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"diane david" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"diane david" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"And is now working with the band. A new band called the Sung's S.. U. N. K. KS, not the skunks, but the Sung's and that song is entitled Dear. Judy are we playing the song and I just don't hear it. There is okay. So always nice to hear the music. It's always nice didn't hear that no I was talking over it. I guess and was muted in my ear. Tonight is I've got that. We're tinnitus whatever but it comes and goes as we know. And I'm not worried about it. Just Watch your sodium. Yeah, so if if you want to send us your original music, how do you do it? Michael Music by emailing it to Jingles at Tony showed dot com, and a reminder at the end of the podcast, or you can just stop with us right now and go straight to the end, and you can hear the songs in their entirety Tim. Kirk joins US now. It's a pleasure for me to have tim and to ask him a I should I should say Tracy Roberts. And I, R- dear. Friends and Tim and Tracy Roberts. Our dear friends I'm trying to coordinate a dinner situation where we can use this great food from Roberto Dona, so we have to do that but that's my plug to bring tim over for dinner every single day. A new baseball plan is leaked to somebody and so when you talk about it the first day you rest assured that the second day there's a new plan. Today is a Wednesday. We talked about a plan yesterday. Is that plan still out there or is there already a new plan? Well Tony I don't often do this, but I need to talk about West on sell if I Have Not Diane David Honor We. Aldridge, is, do you yesterday? You guys were great? Okay, but that was my wheelhouse growing up, I went to a basketball camp. Came to the camp. He threw a ball off. The backboard caught it in midair, and before he hit the ground, he threw a two handed. Pass over his head. That hit the backboard on the other end of the court he's. out the greatest outlet passer ever one of the most underrated players ever and Kevin Locker who was a guard on that team was once asked when he stops running on the fast break. Knowing West can't get it to him. And he said when I reach the other end line. Because any other moment, the ball might appear like a howitzer. That's how great that outlet pass was and to be. Be as dominant as he was at six seven, and a half the greatest basketball player ever to play in Washington DC I just had to say that I'm sorry I rarely do these things. No, you know. There was a statistic that we were told yesterday and I don't know that. We got it into the show that he has more rebounds than anyone in basketball history under six eight. Yes, he was, and he played at a time. You pointed this out beautifully yesterday, guarding huge man, and because she was so unbelievably strong and had the biggest, but you've ever seen at knew how to use that big button. Those giant legs of that incredible strength I, just hope everyone understands who we lost this week. Because he was that great, so let me let's go back. How old were you at this camp? While I was. About twelve years old and I'm just gonNA. Guess that at this camp. You were not then six feet tall, right? Yes well at that time I was about four feet tall, but the point is as a teenager. That's was my wheelhouse for really watching basketball when the bullets were really good, and he was in the middle of it, and he came to the camp and showed everyone how to make an outlet pass a billion other things, and it was just breathtaking to watch, so you must have at that point in time, and we all have a memory like this. Wesley, on sell must have been the largest uman being you had ever been in contact with. Of course and again seven and a half, and whatever two hundred closer to three hundred was just so big, and so wide, and understood what leverage was all about which is so important to rebounding especially in the NBA, and he understood all of that he set the meanest hardest screens of all time. He was such a great defensive player to be able to guard Kareem Wilt Chamberlain and these guys who were five six inches taller than him, and he was able to do it because of his knowledge and understanding of what leverage meant in the lane. He's a great great great great player that thank you for that reminiscence can I get back to sorry the baseball. No, the baseball plan. Is it still are we still what seemed to me was we were at the stage of finding a number of games that the rest of it they it seemed like they could make a little progress on the rest of it or my wrong, yeah. No you're right and this one this latest idea from the owners. Hasn't been soundly rejected yet. which is a good sign, 'cause? It's only been a couple of days, but it hasn't been rejected yet. And this is what I think and I'm guessing Tony after people. I'm talking to that. We're going to play a sixty game season. Which I said a couple of weeks ago, when a when a source told me look the owners, WanNa play sixty games. That's the best they're going. Going to be able to get. They're going to get an extended postseason. That's where they make all their money and with only sixty games. They don't have to pay the players as much. This is how it's going to work. That was two weeks ago. I was told that and it looks like that's where we're headed at this point now. Of course, the Union has to agree with this and everything has to. Go along smoothly from here which never happens, but this has given me at least a little bit of hope that we might have season truncated and all it's interesting that that the owners went back to the deal they signed in March, which was a prorated salary for every game that is played which the Union really wanted, but on the other end. What they're saying is yeah, but we're not gonNA. Play that many games, so you're not going to get that much money. You'RE GONNA get half, but. But you're not going to get that. Much I figured it would be bargained up to about well I if you play. If you play in your League League still exists. You have fourteen other teams in your league. If you play them all five times, that's seventy games right that seventy right there, and if you'd say, give one more game to each team in your division that seventy four. I thought it would. It would fall out around seventy to seventy five, but you're. You're right there at sixty. Yeah and again Tony he could be seventy five. It could be fifty five. It could be sixty. It's just not going to be one hundred hundred fourteen..
"diane david" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
"Little fun at the end of the year is approaching. The Hanukkah starts tonight Christmas days away. I wore my Christmas time for my daughter's sunny. I WANNA make sure she sees so. Let's think about this. If if you could give one gift to the news media one present what would it be be humility honesty. A MAGIC WAND to stop mistakes from being made Let's ask our experts for their gift. Ideas it's unwrapped these Gary Kasparov Compelling Se. Cup are back with me as I. Your your gift for the media. I think sometimes when we think about the media we think about you know oh cable news or right `institutional outlets like the New York Times or The Washington Post and what I loved about. Mardi barons interview was that he talks about how expensive of it is to do really good journalism and not every outlet has the resources that mayor. Marty Baron has hundreds of reporters. Jeff bezos behind the cash. That's register I'd like to talk about the other media local news and to local news. I wish I could give the gift of more jobs. More resources sources or money and more attention to do the good work that we rely on them for more attention. Gary Your gift for the news media unlimited supply of strong coffee. Stay off. Stay awake and vigilant gathering how. `Bout you vacation vacation jeans and then next week You know there's no major breaking news no incendiary trump tweets at four. Am No new trade wars. No new hot wars A little bit of a break. I think we could use tation police short on the twenty twenties around the corner a New Year's resolution for the media Catherine New I what would the resolution for the media. I think we need to spend more time covering what the government is actually doing and a little bit less time about what members of the government are saying about each other and and who's ahead in the horse race at some point The goal of elections is not just to win more elections. It's to elect people who will actually do things that change people's lives whether we're we're talking about health care Or paychecks or anything else. I think there needs to be more coverage for those issues Jerry. What about you used to be here from both sides from Democrats Garage Republicans from Conservatives and liberals now it's simple it's truce versus lies and And I think you know this. This won't should be done. And just keep repeating the facts Stop giving equal times to lies and also remember that Outdated sense of fairness is killing goll democracy. Se finally to you. It's twenty twenty. We're going to be in a primary election season caucuses and primaries coming. What's your New Year's resolution for the media? I would like to resolve all of us to resolve to be just as scrutinous of the twenty twenty Democratic candidates candidates as we have deservedly been of of trump. You know I think we give trump a lot of attention and she requires. There's a lot of attention and scrutiny but I don't think that means that we can ease up on on the gas when it comes to paying as close attention to all of these candidates they deserve Just as much scrutiny and analysis and regress journalism as he does se. Catherine Gary. Thank you all merry Christmas. Happy Hanukkah happy everything more reliable sources in just a moment before we go today. Let me get my things. Everyone who you you don't see here on screen heading into the holiday season. I'm grateful to John Marina and Katie and Diane David J Jeff and all the members of the team who get us on the air are every week Adama Katrina and Julia and chloe. Thank you all so. Please send us all your feedback. Tell us what you want to see on this program in the in the in the months and year ahead. I'm ATP..
"diane david" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
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"diane david" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Reading on peace themes, contradicts western views. Muhammad by one. This is the Tom Hartman program. Greetings, my friends patriots lovers of democracy. Truth and Justice believers in peace freedom, and the American way Tom Harmon here with you and. Can I have to to bring up my alternate? Call screen software here. Here we go. Online with us right now is Dr David Dan is a Dan or Diane, David. I'm sorry. Okay. Great journalists contributor to the intercept new and the new Republic author of the new book fat cat. The Steve Mnuchin story. Other website David day day dot com, and you can tweet him at D, Dan. David welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. Thanks for joining us. This is absolutely fascinating. This whole Steve Mnuchin story. Let's kinda start at the beginning here. Where actually let's start at the end how how corrupt is Steve Mnuchin how precarious position this administration. And and you know, what do we need to know about what's happening with him right now. And then I'd like to get into how he got where he is. Sure. I mean, everything's relative in the Trump administration. Right. Yeah. It seems could cost the most squeaky clean member of the Trump cabinet, and that would still put you in pretty dicey territory. You know, the Arcus Steve nations career is someone who was financier at the highest levels. Whether it's Goldman Sachs zone. Hedge fund his own Bank. And then he moves into the government, and is a driving force behind very policies that benefit. Sears bankers and his former colleagues and friends you're talking about he was a major player in the tax legislation which has been incredibly profitable for the banking industry. And for Stephen militia player in deregulation of the financial sector, which obviously has benefited his his former POWs, so you know, it it may not be personal corruption in a sense. But it certainly the kind of corruption that comes from having a FOX guarding the henhouse. Yeah. Literally and in no pun intended. So where does Steve Mnuchin come from? Right. So Steve Mnuchin one thing that's interesting in this book that I should say was also current by my partner, Rebecca turns. So she she should get some credit here. But this quote that you know, it his confirmation hearing he says he started at Goldman Sachs working on a folding chair was this this up by the boot straps, kind of figure the truth is is that his father was a partner at Goldman Sachs is other worked at Goldman Sachs for twelve years his college roommates both ended up working at Goldman Sachs. One of them was Eddie Lampert. Who's in the news now because he was the the hedge fund guy who bought Sears, and ran it into the ground. Mnuchin has lived his entire life essentially in the wearer fide air of power and privilege and particularly financial power. And so he goes to Goldman Sachs as a legacy, essentially, he, you know, be gets has a an internship at Salomon Brothers, which is the company that ends up creating the mortgage backed security. He worked under luminary who is the godfather of the mortgage backed securities, essentially, we'd be godfather the financial crisis. Mnuchin was working with him. He ends up going back to Goldman Sachs in running their their mortgage deaths. He ends up escaping trouble. Thereby leaving and starting his own hedge fund dune entertainment, which is named after I believe his is summer home on Long Island or something. And he ends up buying one of these distressed banks that at Indy MAC, which is taken over in receivership by the FDIC, and he buys it renames it one West Bank and becomes what he has been called by critics as the foreclosure king. Someone who one West Bank is tied up in all of the issues. Aloun illegal foreclosures around kind of heartless situations. Foreclosing on people over you know, ten cent underage is on their payments. And he does that for several years is the chairman and chief one of the principal investors in in one West Bank, which he kind of created how did he bail out of one West Bank? How did he not get sucked down the drain in two thousand eight? So so so one West Bank was purchased after two thousand eight okay? Indy. Mac was a failed subprime lender. And Mnuchin through his hedge fund brings in a bunch of investors makes a deal with the FDIC that includes a stop loss function. So that he does not take the hit on foreclosures above a certain threshold and this enables him to lard on fees profit off of, you know, clearing out the underbrush of all these toxic subprime loans with the government taking a good bit of the the the losses and and him and his investors ended up taking the proceeds one west ends up slipping CIT which is another Bank that that's owned by John McCain who ran Merrill, Lynch into the ground CIT ended up buying one Westberg double roughly the investment. That Mnuchin in this consortium made so they made out very well on what one West Bank, despite the fact that it engaged in these mass amount of foreclosures that that really why? So he doubled his money basically throwing people out of their homes this. He's our Treasury Secretary. This is a position that requires confirmation by the United States Senate to what extent was this history brought up in the Senate confirmation hearings. And and why is it that the average American doesn't realize that the guy running the treasury department was the, you know, I mean, literally referred to by his friends as a as a as a term of endearment in some cases as the foreclosure king. So it was brought up and yet it wasn't brought up. I mean, Republicans control the Senate, obviously and Democrats held these remarkable extra senatorial hearings with foreclosure. Your victims who suffered at the hands of one west policies where they gave direct testimony to to the Senate Democrats on the Senate in the Senate about what what they suffered from at at the hands of one less Bank. The other thing that I reported on at the time is that the California attorney general's office initiated an investigation into one West Bank, which found what they called widespread misconduct in the foreclosure process, and they they sent us up the chain, and the the attorney general at that time was Kamla Harris who now is a Senator from California, and she was recommended by her her her lower level staff to prosecute one less Bank for these these particular issues, and she chose not to for a variety of reasons, but the the dock. Documented self was unearthed was actually sent to my house in a Brown. Paper bag. It it it. It wasn't known about until right before the hearing. When we we released it and just did not play really a factor. You know, every every Republican voted for Steve Mnuchin to confirm him. But it did show that that there was this, you know, between that and the hearings that there was this real discomfort with with the way that Mnuchin operated at one best homeowner activists foreclosure victims were adamant that this guy was running a full closure factory. Based in in some cases, on illegal documents Mnuchin has has in my view perjured himself on numerous occasions to the congress by saying that his Bank did not robo sign when we have sworn testimony from vice presidents of one West Bank. Saying I spent thirty seconds putting my signature on documents that attested to me knowing everything about the underlying loan. It's it's obvious that he he lied about this over and over again least three occasions in both written and oral testimony to congress. And yet this is the Mnuchin is a kind of guy that just sorta skates free. Well, now, given we just have a minute or so left here. We're talking to David Dan, whose the whose new book is fat cat. Steve Mnuchin story. Now that the Democrats taking control of the house is is there enough juice to encourage, you know, one of the committees that has oversight over the treasury department to start investigating notion to look into this stuff or is or is this all safely behind us. Yeah. I mean, obviously, if you're talking about perjury towards congress, if you're probably talking about the Justice department having to prosecute that. I don't see that coming. If you're talking about the abuses covered under foreclosures, that's probably a state issue. And I don't see that state of California happening. You know, the statutes are done, and and people have moved on Steve Mnuchin is now in the corridors of power, and he is able to you know, in widespread fashion. Dictate policies that have an impact on on not just the banking sector, but really everybody, and you know, when you when you really look at the full picture of the man and his origins, and what he did in the private sector, and how he's will wording the same people that he palled around with wild Treasury Secretary paints, a really disturbing picture. But I'm not sure if there's a total way out of it, although you know, turnover being what.
"diane david" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"In peace freedom, and the American way Tom Harmon here with you and. Going to have to bring out my alternate. Call screen software here here, we go. Online with us right now is Dr David Dan is a Dan or Diane, David. I'm sorry. It's Dan, you got an okay, great journalists contributor to the intercept news and the new Republic author of the new book fat cat. The Steve Mnuchin story the website, David Dayan day dot com, and you can tweet him at D, Dan. David welcome to the program. Oh, thanks for having me. Thanks for joining us. This is absolutely fascinating. This whole Steve Mnuchin story. Let's start at the beginning here. Where actually let's start at the end. How how corrupt is Steve Mnuchin how precarious position this administration? And and what do we need to know about what's happening with him right now? And then I'd like to get into how he got where he is. Sure. I mean, everything's relative in the Trump administration. Right. Yeah. It seems could call Steve Mnuchin the most squeaky clean member of the Trump cabinet, and that would still put you in pretty dicey territory. You know, the Arcus Steve nations career is someone who was a financier at the highest levels whether Goldman Sachs zone. Hedge fund his own thank. And then he moves into the government, and is a driving force behind the very policies that benefit an Sears bankers and his former colleagues and friends. You're talking about he was a major player in the tax legislation which has been incredibly profitable for the banking industry. And for Steven Mnuchin your player in deregulation of the financial sector, which obviously has benefited his his former pals,.
"diane david" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
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"diane david" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket
"To the hut then during the hunt even at but i will tell you that if you take it up a notch these fellows who black bear with the spear really is real pierce to be a high risk involvement but is interesting that you're doing that i don't know of anybody who does the spear hunting it's all muzzleloading and archery greer hunting black rear out like a small quarrel white likely to become more at yes yes indeed i don't quite understand that but the book out but i would tell you that would be appear on it indeed it they will right i would say i would suggest that you do it with more than one person and that you have a rifle back up nia for unity all right thank you you bet i'm glad you called appreciate you're listening to the program to i really do robot diane david let's see 16 after the hour let's talk to let's talk at dawn this morning and don is calling from kuala what do you say don how are you feeling and as as the fish it over on ocean i'll uh great uh mobile units banner garden here where we've added to remember aid known a veto climber and the coup cared known very aggressive so the cooper you well let's uh i've got a fishing trip to tell you about to after i hang up i know you're listening to the program and do you are you able to watch the program also on facebook oh thera don't i wouldn't do in on the radio and that's about as turkey iraq and yet okay we're going to talk about later in the program we'll talk about my trip to the gulf coast to cajun vista lodge this past week my goodness gracious it's unbelievable well this time it was mostly trout uh you know she that what's the limit on trout there on the north carolina coast are three three they'd got so many of them down on the gulf coast the limit on trout is 25 per person per day were ever bring only code fantastic we care for buried down there the arizona get into this further in the program but uh on the on the first day down there four us or did a fly out and.
"diane david" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And you're not that far from boston and again of yours which had how how will the kids uh my son movie soon to be thirteen perfect in my other daughter perfect of elanie beef because a couple of years from now it will be cool now though not more interested in the boyfriends the girlfriend so get him up there to evacuate exactly one one last thing i wonder if you remembered my lake are they worked at the boston globe when your order for channel four jeremiah murphy course they did all absolutely absolutely uh your dad was a great a columnist and isn't one of your brothers still working at the globe yeah sean sean i've had sean on here as a guest sure but i remember eating jeremiah murphy absolutely he has in that i that the group of riders to george fraser's the david diane's david nyons comment that jack thomas a great friend of that i am going to miss someone and then i'll i'll i'll make a enemy if i i mention if i don't miss that was when tom when ship was the editor goal are you inside a great semiprivate vietnam yet happened liking seventy as a reporter yeah be one of his uh that sign simonsen then he can't accomplish after that went to a great another that he might affect artois here's buck you'd be pretty upset to shoot a of the newspapers in the newspaper uh but change yes yes yes they have and unfortunately get a hold on keep newspapers and business i'm a subscriber data heralded the globe it's as simple as that country fame by about uh i i met i mentioned david.