13 Burst results for "Eric D. Simmons"

"eric d. simmons" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

11:54 min | 3 months ago

"eric d. simmons" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"In his new book north of Havana thank you so I'm Victoria said he and a fellow at the Brennan center for justice and out please keep up with our work by signing up for our newsletter at Brandon center dot org or following us on Facebook or Twitter are you on Twitter no yeah I I would be delighted to follow you on Twitter I think it would be an interesting I think you have an interesting account so we have to do and thanks thanks to everyone for coming this is the conclusion early March was hosted by the Brennan center for justice at New York University the principles Victoria beside the who's a fellow at the Brennan center attorney Martin Garbus discussing his book about the can five charge by the U. S. government with espionage in nineteen nineties the name of his book north of Havana up next on book TV WCS be from Washington we'll hear from journalist Katherine Stewart charms that religious nationalists are waging political war against American democracy and institutions she made her comments at town hall Seattle good evening everybody my name is where Harmon I'm the executive director of town hall Seattle on behalf of our relationship but walking you through tonight's livestream presentation by Katherine Stewart in conversation with David I work as we get under way I want to acknowledge in our institution stands on the unceded traditional territory of the coast Salish people particularly the waters we thank them for continuing use of the natural resources of their ancestral homeland I thank you all for tuning in in the strange strange times we're thrilled to be able to present virtual editions of our programming using live streaming to build a digital status or account all communities engage highlights hi folks from well beyond Seattle to like everybody's willing to share or talking to their computers right now some for the first time I want to thank Catherine David for helping us keep the conversation a lot all unfortunately tonight's broadcast did not feature closed captioning services however captions will be available once this video is uploaded to our YouTube as upcoming events include tonight's appearance by former labor secretary and noted economic explainer Robert right Washington post vice columnist R. 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two thousand twelve the good news club which investigated religious fundamentalism in public education she joined tonight by the journalist and blogger gated networks previously he worked at MSNBC as a writer producer and over the last twenty years he's focused on writing books increasing his walk with Venus that's correct correct of reports on the far right influence on mainstream society he served as an editor for the political blocs in liar in his book and hell followed with her crossing the dark side of the American border when the twenty fourteen international Latino book award for nonfiction where Harmon is executive director of town hall Seattle your book the power worshippers inside the dangerous rise of religious nationalism is the subject of tonight's program they will join us in a little bit for now please join me in welcoming Katherine Stewart thank you so much thanks to town hall with our everyone watching from home is healthy I don't need to tell anyone here that this is a stark progeny and then a time like this would be great to have national leaders bring us together this is speech action and work collaboratively without favoritism to alleviate the suffering of all Americans and particularly those among us were very nice cost unfortunately that's not what we have to wait for the points I think we all know by now two things we know what sort of person Donald Trump is and we know that he wouldn't be where he is today without the support what many people call the Christian right for all let's just nationalism or Christian Nash here's the one thought I want to put forward a strong and his religious national order there's a story that people like to tell according to which trump's conservative base hold their noses and voted for him in a purely transactional way not just you tonight this story is in large part all trump and trump politics represents something essential about Christian nationalism today and we had better understand that understand what it is because you know leader and build followers are going to be around a lot longer than the religious right we're also making social work from the bottom up expressing the anxieties right in the absence of rapidly changing social realities but which is nationalism watching the top down we should is China operation and it often should target what we think is right we're also usually cultural movement symbols are about certain very specific aspects of modern life like female reproductive health the card is starting early what we're dealing with a political movements not just a cultural movement it's about her religious nationalism in America is not going to win this talk do not arise Washington she created the abortion issue quest for power when the religious right we usually imagine it as one more special interest you're in a noisy warm hi Christy we this is what we see is competing with them our first table this is not a leader in the market the aim is to not able to overthrow the system as we know it and you create a new type of order one in which which leaders along with members of certain approval which is great mostly it and their political allies who enjoy musicians of exceptional privilege in politics law and society members of this movement talking about you often see them in red white and blue George Washington and someone just nationalism is not remotely in fact one of those with me is this for and its alliance with religious nationalists around the world when Latimer Putin Russia Viktor Orban in Hungary or the one in Turkey find themselves closely to religious conservatives in their countries wait your turn how are we right we understand this as a form of religious nationalism and we're seeing this today with trump's alliances with hyper conservative religious leaders in America my book the power worshipers is a deep dive into the machinery of the movements in the workings of leading personalities tonight I want to focus on four areas messaging through churches focus on ideology of the movement leaders in particular the role of money and the international line so let's start with messaging to churches we are the movement and figured out that testers drive votes and organize pastors and you know it works they get them all on the same page quickly and give them tools to help them turn out and vote for conservative candidates and movements chambers from their perspective vast numbers of loyal Americans hyper conservative churches have been converted into what are essentially sells a shadow political party town hall Seattle Katherine Stewart the power worshippers so when I was researching this book I went to some of these events organized by these caster networks I will give you an idea of what this looks like on the ground at one event I found myself at a small church road north Carolina with dozens of evangelical pastors from the area the event was aimed at teaching them how to communicate to their congregations the key is supposedly matter in elections and the supposedly biblically correct way to vote on them the event was organized by watchmen on the wall project in family Research Council which is one of the most powerful policy groups of the Christian right watching the Walgreens have over twenty to twenty five thousand customers actually some people say the numbers quite a bit higher and it's been openly endorsed by Republican political leaders including vice president Mike so.

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"eric d. simmons" Discussed on In The Dark

In The Dark

05:35 min | 3 months ago

"eric d. simmons" Discussed on In The Dark

"Have you're thinking about acting. I'm telling you right now. We're going to play football. You guys are trying to graduate on time. It's critical right now that you stay on top of his. I get what you're saying. But it's like given the pandemic mean like he could die in there. What if that happens? Judge Episode One. Greenville Dr Singh ended up in Mississippi three kind of unexpected path. Back at the start of his career he wanted to be a doctor in California but the process to get licensed taking so long are reaching gave all the documents and I was thinking he started getting calls from a recruiter. Talking to him about a place he'd never even heard of Greenville Mississippi. The local hospital there was looking for a doctor are. I'm not going to miss the okay. I have not heard about that state and I. I don't know how to spell it. But you know he was just telling me you don't have to spend a penny you just cut an expedience how to interview for dealing with you. Okay so you just try it. Try It so you know. He was so stubborn. He used to call me every day in the morning every day in the morning. Finally one day Dr Singh decided he was sick of waiting around and when the recruiter called him the next morning Dr Singh told him actually I will come down for an interview. He figured that if he got the job he'd stay. Maybe a few months. Gary Austin Lonely. One question the employees. How many months are weeks advance? Notice I give you. That was sixteen years ago. Dr Singh took the job in Greenville and never left says Martin but it needs might God. Juno many big phones. You don't know anybody. Nobody knows you. This is good actually good relations with down. Most people know me. I know them. Kids are graduating from in the schools. Don't feel like a stranger here. Dr Singh cares for patients with all kinds of infectious diseases. Pneumonia Heart infections brain infections and his job is basically nonstop. When it's the middle of the night and nurse wants to know what to do about a patient whose infection is suddenly getting worse they call Dr Singh. So that's what he's been doing for years. But then three months ago Dr Singh started tracking the striking new virus the new corona virus that was spreading in China. And what he was hearing was frightening this so contagious. Just did this very small amount and they just digital the whole body. The first time we talked with Dr Singh was late March already. There were a few cases of corona virus in Greenville including some patients of the hospital. Where Dr Singh works by that Point Mississippi it already taken some steps to slow the spread of the virus. The state's Governor Tate Reeves had shut down the schools. He urged people to wash their hands. Regularly and Governor Reeves advise people to follow the guidelines issued by the. Cdc The people should avoid crowds and keep at least six feet away from each other. But as we were talking with Dr Singh in late March it was clear that that wasn't what Dr Singh was seeing as he drove around town. I'm not sure how much the community understand the impact of the disease. I mean I just came from the hospital but I sound my way and the Walmart it full parking lot. Full Walmart Kroger. Lowes the parking. Lot Full Lakers black Friday. Dr Singh knew it could happen all these people who seemed healthy right now could be spreading the virus and he was especially worried about them spreading to people who are already sick people with compromised immune systems people at a higher risk of dying from this disease and Dr Singh felt he needed to do something he needed to convince the city of Greenville to shut down. Keep in mind. This is before. The governor issued a stay at home order. This is before lots of places were forced to shut down. Dr Singh started making calls and having other people in his office make calls to any started with a kind of business. There was irking him almost as much as the megastores. Their full parking lots Greenville's gyms or people were still gathering to work out. 'cause I know not to train for business to stay healthy at home i Dr Singh called the manager of extreme fitness. Twenty four seven He was a nice guy in the morning. I caught him at five o'clock. He called me back. He said he closed until further notice. And that's good then. Doctor saying actually sent his office manager in person to the local. Ymca the manager talked to a trainer. There you didn't love the idea of closing up shop but eventually the YMCA shut down to and Dr Singh called the mayor of Greenville Mississippi. A man named Eric Simons Simmons is all about unity. He ran on a platform of uniting the town. His campaign slogan was we are one which was also the name of his campaign song.

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"eric d. simmons" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:04 min | 4 months ago

"eric d. simmons" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Connectors dot org we put a link up on our website turned to ten dot com market gap again from NBC ten at new Yorkers they've got to wear masks New York governor Andrew Cuomo said yesterday that he's going to require everybody in the state to wear a mask in public when not social distancing also announced a seven hundred fifty two people have died in the state on Tuesday down slightly from the day before hospitalizations I see you admissions and those on respirators and ventilators were all down to further evidence of a plateau he says in the state that's the epicenter of the U. S. outbreak president trump is threatening to forced Congress to insurance so he can make appointments he's got the power constitutionally you know but that has never been used in history during a White House briefing he urged the Senate to stop gambling in pro forma sessions when lawmakers aren't in town so yesterday he urged the Senate to just cut it out if the house will not agree to that a German I will exercise my constitutional authority to adjourn both chambers of Congress trump says the Senate should fulfill its duty to approve his appointments the Senate should either fulfill its duty and vote on my nominees or should formally adjourned so that I can make recess appointments the president saying that the lawmakers flat out make his job difficult they made it very very difficult to run government I don't think any administration is done anywhere near what we've done in three and a half years but every block every week they put up roadblocks and he slams the idea of pro forma sessions the current practice of leaving town while conducting phony pro forma sessions is a dereliction of duty that the American people cannot afford during this crisis it is a scam what they do Congress is unlikely to return to Capitol Hill this month and social distancing is forcing lawmakers to consider alternatives to on the floor voting is fox's Jared Halpern reporting on the remote voting debate in Russia leaders from the house Senate Republicans and Democrats don't believe there should be any regular practice of remote voting but house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer says in an emergency situation there could be alternatives but any change would require buy in from most lawmakers and all your says well some video conferencing platforms could allow for voting like members topping on facetime saying yay or nay that technology he cautions would not accommodate debate speaker Nancy Pelosi has tasked members with considering remote voting options Jared Halpert fox news Senate is so could take some action to add money to the popular paycheck protection program which is saved a number of small businesses as early as today Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer and treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin they're nearing a deal to add two hundred and fifty billion that's with the beat of the program which is expected to run dry today house Democrats have a new proposal to that Americans will receive two thousand dollars per month for as long as this financial crunch last it's called the emergency money for the people act which would give two thousand dollars a month to Americans over the age of sixteen who make less than a hundred and thirty thousand dollars a year in theory payments would last until unemployment levels fall to pre coronavirus numbers show Democrats just say print more money we'll just make force like Doritos the tour de France after they announced on Tuesday that they had postponed because the pandemic organizer's yesterday announced the new dates they're hoping that the three week tour de France will be held between August twenty ninth and September the twentieth that its fingers crossed of course and pro football hall of fame defensive lineman Willie Davis who at the Green Bay Packers when the first two super bowls died after being hospitalized for kidney failure Willie Davis was eighty five years old the mayor of a Mississippi city pulls a U. turn on drive in church services during the corona virus pandemic as we hear from fox's Steve Rappaport Greenville mayor Eric D. Simmons now says people may attend drive in church services during the outbreak as long as they keep their windows up city leaders last week ordered churches to close for in person and drive in services as long as Mississippi state home order remains in effect police issuing five hundred dollar tickets to several worshippers at drive in services the next day the democratic mayor changing course after two groups filed freedom of religion lawsuits and Attorney General William Barr submitted paper siding with those suing the city Simmons on Monday said people would not have to pay the five hundred dollar tickets Steve Rappaport fox news six fifty seven now getting kids into home education just got a tad easier thanks to Google they're rolling out a new kid section to the Google play store with teacher approved apps for learning at home Google was going to launch the section later in the year but moved up the timeline with the nation's students home from school because of the pandemic the apps will include a list of what it's about what ages four and a list of reasons teachers absolutely love it apple's offering up a cheaper iPhone so if you want an iPhone but you don't like the price tag apple has apparently heard you and you are coming through loud and clear the tech giant is offering a cheaper version of its popular iPhone that has a smaller screen iPhone S. E. it goes on sale tomorrow for about four hundred Bucks it's going to start being delivered by April the twenty fourth the display is the same size of the older iPhone eight and four point seven inches it comes in three colors to black white and red for that your basic collision their higher price tags for more memory if you want to go in that direction the iPhone eleven cells were about twice the price and the iPhone eleven pro costs about a thousand dollars however this one right around the four hundred dollar mark so little bit more affordable and I did the movie.

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"eric d. simmons" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:02 min | 4 months ago

"eric d. simmons" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Now to Michigan State governor's orders long Kentucky some protesters during governor Andy Beshear's news conference demanding things be opened it now that would kill people would absolutely kill people China's been much criticized for how it's handled this outbreak too slow to admit human to human transmission and how this whole outbreak started we have a better idea now fox's Rachel Sutherland as more live did multiple sources tell fox news there's growing evidence cove at nineteen originated in the lab in Wuhan that the initial transmission was back to human and that patient zero worked in a lab and then brought it to the population secretary of state Mike Pompeii told fox's Hannity you know they have this lab we know about the wet markets we know that the virus itself did originate in Wuhan so all those things come together one source telling fox news this may be the costliest government government cover up of all time China has denied the virus came from a lab Dave Rachel the US six hundred and forty thousand coronavirus cases were the first time an NFL player has been infected Los Angeles rams center Brian Allen Erica's listening to fox news contractor license two eight two eight one two eight two eight two did you know the number one homeowners insurance claims for house flooding due to plumbing failure it's why I became a plumber plumbers are super heroes how does plumbing because the house to flood it could be a supply line problem what do you mean you know like the water line that goes to the ice maker washing machine dishwasher anything else as water going to was it usually my water heater but sentiment builds up in the bottom of that tanking cause it to rust out how do you fix that replace it what do you recommend I recommend the new tankless water heater from again you get instant hot water on demand and it's limitless how about the warranty way longer than the old style water heater does use less energy of course it does it don't heat and reheat the same water all day it just waits to you made it and then it heats it up instantly get a tankless is abdicating G. O. E. T. T. L. really I think that our dispel president trump works with governors trying to re open thing shut down in this corona virus crisis his critics in Congress fear he is putting testing before opening Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer says the economy can't reopen without a robust corona virus testing strategy the administration is at best scattershot and it was just chaotic when it comes to test Marin other Senate democratic leaders are unveiling a thirty billion dollar roadmap to increase testing capabilities including investments in the national supply chain to manufacture test another monitoring strategies Congress is not scheduled to return to Washington until next month at the earliest but leaders in both parties saying additional coronavirus response package will be a top priority Jared Halpern fox news so one issue is pressing extra money for the fast depleting funds set up in the two trillion dollar stimulus package to provide loans to small businesses which would be grants if they use a certain amount to keep paying workers Republicans and Democrats keep negotiating trying to end a stalemate this controversy over churches holding some sort of services during the corona shut downs a mayor in Mississippi is now relenting on his order Greenville mayor Eric D. Simmons now says people may attend drive in church services during the outbreak as long as they keep their windows up city leaders last week ordered churches to close for in person and drive in services as long as Mississippi state home order remains in effect police issuing five hundred dollar tickets to several worshippers at drive in services the next day the democratic mayor changing course after two groups filed freedom of religion lawsuits and Attorney General William Barr submitted papers siding with those suing the city Simmons on Monday said people would not have to pay the five hundred dollar tickets Steve Rappaport fox news on Wall Street up possible abounds from the Dow's Ford forty five.

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"eric d. simmons" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:52 min | 4 months ago

"eric d. simmons" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Of government ordered the isolation hundreds of drivers clogging the streets around Michigan's capital yesterday protesting what they say are the overly restrictive stay at home orders from governor Gretchen Whitmer Pennsylvania state lawmakers have passed a bill to force governor Tom wolf to allow some businesses to reopen governor says he'll veto that and continue the stay at home orders after an opinion from the justice department that it was infringing on religious rights the city in Mississippi will stop blocking churches for holding services in their parking lots Greenville mayor Eric D. Simmons now says people may attend drive in church services during the outbreak as long as they keep their windows up city leaders last week order churches to close for in person and drive in services as long as Mississippi state home order remains in effect police issuing five hundred dollar tickets to several worshippers at drive in services the next day the democratic mayor changing course after two groups filed freedom of religion lawsuits and Attorney General William Barr submitted paper siding with those suing the city Simmons on Monday said people would not have to pay the five hundred dollar tickets Steve Rappaport fox news direct deposits of stimulus money began showing up on Americans bank accounts congressional negotiators still stalled on adding millions more to the payroll protection program president says Senate Democrats blocking confirmation of several of his key appointments or making the fight against corona harder he says he may order Congress into a formal recess so he can make recess appointments they've been warned and they were being warned right now if they don't approve it then we're going to go this route and will probably be challenged in court and we'll see who wins well most of Congress is away from the capital both houses have been holding brief pro forma sessions daily so they are technically not in recess I'm Jack Callahan this is fox news news radio pale BJ on John Cooley and topping Austin's news for the city of Pflugerville says it will continue to monitor construction sites but will not stand in the way of allowing those projects to continue the city attorney says governor Abbott's order declaring construction the central would override any city issue bandit regardless Georgetown city council approved waivers for residents and businesses totaling roughly two or twenty eight thousand dollars and the downtown Austin alliance is working on how they could best help downtown businesses during the growing crisis the group's journal Moffett says they have a survey up on there website asking businesses what they are doing different in how they have changed their operations only one province reach out to people to understand where they are currently in the state once we get those results then we will have a better sense of what we need to do more the survey is up until midnight Sunday adding the D. eight is looking to move swiftly in this ever changing climate your kale BJ radar weather watch low forty eight high seventy nine good Austin news on demand at newsradio kale B. J. dot com thank you this is coast to coast AM with George Noory next we're gonna talk about miracles the fellow who really understands miracles Jim Paris went through some tragedies in his life and I'll tell you about that in a second but get ready and then our last hour of the program when we take your calls and also like your miracle stories all of us probably you've had one or two in our lives I sure hope we have the coronavirus full boy it has kind of devastated our economy leaving thousands dead as well then now newsmax television wants to know China's real role in this crisis did they hide the danger of this disease was it a bio weapon that escape the lab and is China forty medical supplies as well Greg Kelly asking tough questions and more each night on his newsmax TV show Greg Kelly reports.

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"eric d. simmons" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:05 min | 4 months ago

"eric d. simmons" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Do you people around the U. S. ready to break free of government ordered the isolation hundreds of drivers clogging the streets around Michigan's capital yesterday protesting what they say are the overly restrictive stay at home orders from governor Gretchen Whitmer Pennsylvania state lawmakers have passed a bill to force governor Tom wolf to allow some businesses to re open governor says he'll veto that and continue the stay at home orders after an opinion from the justice department that it was infringing on religious rights the city in Mississippi will stop blocking churches from holding services in their parking lots Greenville mayor Eric D. Simmons now says people may attend drive in church services during the outbreak as long as they keep their windows up city leaders last week order churches to close for in person and drive in services as long as Mississippi state home order remains in effect police issuing five hundred dollar tickets to several worshippers at drive in services the next day the democratic mayor changing course after two groups filed freedom of religion lawsuits and Attorney General William Barr submitted paper siding with those suing the city Simmons on Monday said people would not have to pay the five hundred dollar tickets Steve Rappaport fox news direct deposits of stimulus money began showing up on Americans bank accounts congressional negotiators still sprawled on adding millions more to the payroll protection program the president says Senate Democrats blocking confirmation of several of his key appointments making the fight against corona harder he says he may order Congress into a formal recess so he can make recess appointments they've been warned and they were being warned right now if they don't approve it then we're going to go this route and will probably be challenged in court and we'll see who wins while most of Congress is away from the capital both houses have been holding brief pro forma sessions daily so they are technically not in recess by Jack Callahan this is fox news for all our sakes we need to avoid crowds anyway we can but what if you need to go to the post office or need postage for letters and packages stamps dot com is here.

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"eric d. simmons" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"eric d. simmons" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Hundreds of drivers clogging the streets around Michigan's capital yesterday protesting what they say the overly restrictive stay at home orders from governor Gretchen Whitmer Pennsylvania state lawmakers have passed a bill to force governor Tom wolf to allow some businesses to re open governor says he'll veto that and continue the stay at home orders after an opinion from the justice department that it was infringing on religious rights the city in Mississippi will stop blocking churches from holding services in their parking lots Greenville mayor Eric the Simmons now says people may attend drive in church services during the outbreak as long as they keep their windows up city leaders last week order churches to close for in person and drive in services as long as Mississippi state home order remains in effect police issuing five hundred dollar tickets to several worshippers at drive in services the next day the democratic mayor changing course after two groups filed freedom of religion lawsuits and Attorney General William Barr submitted paper siding with those suing the city Simmons on Monday said people would not have to pay the five hundred dollar tickets Steve Rappaport fox news direct deposits of stimulus money began showing up on Americans bank accounts congressional negotiators still stalled on adding millions more to the payroll protection program president says Senate Democrats blocking confirmation of several of his key appointments making the fight against corona harder he says he may order Congress into a formal recess so he can make recess appointments they've been warned and they were being warned right now if they don't approve it then we're going to go this route and will probably be challenged in court and we'll see who wins while most of Congress is away from the capital both houses have been holding brief pro forma sessions daily so they are technically not in recess I'm Jack Callahan this is fox news W. C. B. M. Baltimore bridges.

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"eric d. simmons" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:00 min | 4 months ago

"eric d. simmons" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"If people around the US ready to break free of government ordered the isolation hundreds of drivers clogging the streets around Michigan's capital yesterday protesting what they say are the overly restrictive stay at home orders from governor Gretchen Whitmer Pennsylvania state lawmakers have passed a bill to force governor Tom wolf to allow some businesses to re open governor says he'll veto that and continue the stay at home orders after an opinion from the justice department that it was infringing on religious rights the city in Mississippi will stop blocking churches for holding services in their parking lots Greenville mayor Eric D. Simmons now says people may attend drive in church services during the outbreak as long as they keep their windows up city leaders last week ordered churches to close for in person and drive in services as long as Mississippi state home order remains in effect police issuing five hundred dollar tickets to several worshippers at drive in services the next day the democratic mayor changing course after two groups filed freedom of religion lawsuits and Attorney General William Barr submitted paper siding with those suing the city Simmons on Monday said people would not have to pay the five hundred dollar tickets Steve Rappaport fox news direct deposits of stimulus money began showing up on Americans bank accounts congressional negotiators still stalled on adding millions more to the payroll protection program president says Senate Democrats blocking confirmation of several of his key appointments making the fight against corona harder he says he may order Congress into a formal recess so he can make recess appointments they've been warned and they were being warned right down if they don't approve it then we're going to go this route and will probably be challenged in court and we'll see who wins well most of Congress is away from the capital both houses have been holding brief pro forma sessions daily so they are technically not in recess I'm Jack Callahan this is fox news now here's your storm team ten forecast.

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"eric d. simmons" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"eric d. simmons" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"S. ready to break free of government ordered the isolation hundreds of drivers clogging the streets around Michigan's capital yesterday protesting what they say are the overly restrictive stay at home orders from governor Gretchen Whitmer Pennsylvania state lawmakers have passed a bill to force governor Tom wolf to allow some businesses to re open governor says he'll veto that and continued to stay at home orders after an opinion from the justice department that it was infringing on religious rights the city in Mississippi will stop blocking churches for holding services in their parking lots Greenville mayor Eric D. Simmons now says people may attend drive in church services during the outbreak as long as they keep their windows up city leaders last week ordered churches to close for in person and drive in services as long as Mississippi state home order remains in effect police issuing five hundred dollar tickets to several worshippers at drive in services the next day the democratic mayor changing course after two groups filed freedom of religion lawsuits and Attorney General William Barr submitted papers siding with those suing the city Simmons on Monday said people would not have to pay the five hundred dollar tickets Steve Rappaport fox news direct deposits of stimulus money began showing up on Americans bank accounts congressional negotiators still stalled on adding millions more to the payroll protection program president says Senate Democrats blocking confirmation of several of his key appointments making the fight against corona harder he says he may order Congress into a formal recess so he can make recess appointments they've been warned and they were being warned right down if they don't approve it then we're going to go this route and will probably be challenged in court and we'll see who wins while most of Congress is away from the capital both houses have been holding brief pro forma sessions daily so they are technically not in recess I'm Jack Callahan this is fox.

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"eric d. simmons" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:05 min | 4 months ago

"eric d. simmons" Discussed on KTOK

"Michigan's capital yesterday protesting what they say are the overly restrictive stay at home orders from governor Gretchen Whitmer Pennsylvania state lawmakers have passed a bill the force governor Tom wolf to allow some businesses to re open governor says he'll veto that and continue the stay at home orders after an opinion from the justice department that it was infringing on religious rights the city in Mississippi will stop blocking churches from holding services in their parking lots Greenville mayor Eric D. Simmons now says people may attend drive in church services during the outbreak as long as they keep their windows up city leaders last week ordered churches to close for in person and drive in services as long as Mississippi state home order remains in effect police issuing five hundred dollar tickets to several worshippers at drive in services the next day the democratic mayor changing course after two groups filed freedom of religion lawsuits and Attorney General William Barr submitted paper siding with those suing the city Simmons on Monday said people would not have to pay the five hundred dollar tickets Steve Rappaport fox news direct deposits of stimulus money began showing up on Americans bank accounts congressional negotiators still stalled on adding millions more to the payroll protection program the president says Senate Democrats blocking confirmation of several of his key appointments or making the fight against corona harder he says he may order Congress into a formal recess so he can make recess appointments they've been warned and they were being warned right down if they don't approve it then we're going to go this route and will probably be challenged in court and we'll see who wins while most of Congress is away from the capital both houses have been holding brief pro forma sessions daily so they are technically not in recess I'm Jack Callahan this is fox news breezy chilly evening forty nine at ten o'clock tonight low forty two degrees in the morning with southerly breezes pretty good south window more fifteen to thirty partly cloudy and seventy two degrees a forty percent chance of thunderstorms by late evening and for a while Thursday night in the rain chances.

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"eric d. simmons" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:14 min | 4 months ago

"eric d. simmons" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"So this what do you people around the U. S. ready to break free of government ordered the isolation hundreds of drivers clogging the streets around Michigan's capital yesterday protesting what they say are the overly restrictive stayed home orders from governor Gretchen Whitmer Pennsylvania state lawmakers have passed a bill to force governor Tom wolf to allow some businesses to re open governor says he'll veto that and continue the stay at home orders after an opinion from the justice department that it was infringing on religious rights the city in Mississippi will stop blocking churches from holding services in their parking lots Greenville mayor Eric D. Simmons now says people may attend drive in church services during the outbreak as long as they keep their windows up city leaders last week ordered churches to close for in person and drive in services as long as Mississippi state home order remains in effect police issuing five hundred dollar tickets to several worshippers at drive in services the next day the democratic mayor changing course after two groups filed freedom of religion lawsuits and Attorney General William Barr submitted paper siding with those suing the city Simmons on Monday said people would not have to pay the five hundred dollar tickets Steve Rappaport fox news direct deposits of stimulus money began showing up in Americans bank accounts congressional negotiators still stalled on adding millions more to the payroll protection program president says Senate Democrats blocking confirmation of several of his key appointments making the fight against corona harder he says he may order Congress into a formal recess so he can make recess appointments they've been warned and they were being warned right now if they don't approve it then we're going to go this route and will probably be challenged in court and we'll see who wins well most of Congress is away from the capital both houses have been holding brief pro forma sessions daily so they are technically not in recess I'm Jack Callahan this is fox news trying to work from home in a recent hardly working right.

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"eric d. simmons" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:16 min | 4 months ago

"eric d. simmons" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"You'll miss season three battle in the holy land available now only on fox nation what do you people around the U. S. ready to break free of government ordered the isolation hundreds of drivers clogging the streets around Michigan's capital yesterday protesting what they say are the overly restrictive stay at home orders from governor Gretchen Whitmer Pennsylvania state lawmakers have passed a bill to force governor Tom wolf to allow some businesses to re open governor says he'll veto that and continue the stay at home orders after an opinion from the justice department that it was infringing on religious rights the city in Mississippi will stop blocking churches from holding services in their parking lots Greenville mayor Eric D. Simmons now says people may attend drive in church services during the outbreak as long as they keep their windows up city leaders last week order churches to close for in person and drive in services as long as Mississippi state home order remains in effect police issuing five hundred dollar tickets to several worshippers at drive in services the next day the democratic mayor changing course after two groups filed freedom of religion lawsuits and Attorney General William Barr submitted paper siding with those suing the city Simmons on Monday said people would not have to pay the five hundred dollar tickets Steve Rappaport fox news direct deposits of stimulus money began showing up on Americans bank accounts congressional negotiators still stalled on adding millions more to the payroll protection program president says Senate Democrats blocking confirmation of several of his key appointments making the fight against corona harder he says he may order Congress into a formal recess so he can make recess appointments they've been warned and they were being warned right now if they don't approve it then we're going to go this route and will probably be challenged in court and we'll see who wins while most of Congress is away from the capital both houses have been holding brief pro forma sessions daily so they are technically not in recess I'm Jack Callahan this is fox news before I was adopted I felt like nobody wanted me I felt like my life was already over a certain age they don't want you here troubles and stuff even if I.

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"eric d. simmons" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"eric d. simmons" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"In south jersey. What's up, Tim? Hey, what's going on guys? How you doing man? All right, Joe. I got a little issue, man. The whole thing. You're sitting guy doesn't take it serious. Personal like interests, what interests are those plane the plane the all star game who who was that was that for you. Tim was it for me was for the Sixers was it for him. I think it was as a service in the fans, I think it was for himself. I think he wants to be listen, this guy, if you ever read his, you know, his background now, you have your professional. All right there, buddy. All right. Joe fresh. I think so if you wanted a good analii if you wanna call me us, and if you call the eating show, you better be ready to argue, and if you wanna call me out, just call me at its I I hear it every day. Here's the thing. I never said Joel Embiid does a care about the Sixers or basketball, but he cares about things that don't that. When it comes to his body and preserving health that I don't think are conducive to help in the Sixers win long-term enough. They he gets it yet. It takes young players while to get it. Sometimes eventually they do Shaquille O'Neal security when he was young compared to Shaquille O'Neal when he was in Los Angeles and the Lakers were about to reel off titles. It was a different kind of mentality. He eventually got it the regular season was for tune-up. He took his time off he rested his toe, which was always an issue and he got himself prepared for the playoffs. As far as being in the all star game this past year. The fact that he took a week off afterwards because he had the knee like that's ridiculous that needs to happen in the all star game. Folks. The knee issue happened before that the playing in the all star game was selfish. It wasn't for me. It wasn't for you like you. And I as fans would have been just fine. If Joel said, my knees acted up, I'm not going to play tonight. I want to be a strongest possible for the stretch run. So we compete for championship. That is what I wanted to my franchise player. I don't care any points. He has the by the way, look like garbage the all star game anyway practices. Knee bothered him. If he and the team don't take his health more seriously throughout the season. This is going to happen. Every year we're gonna be having the same song dance every year. We something's bothering him because he can't hold up think about the NBA season. If you're going to win a championship you have to be ready to play. A hundred something games. And if not if your body can't handle that. Well, then you better figure out a plan to play the sixty or so you need to in the season to get to the playoffs and then be ready to play the twenty or so to title, the he isn't ready for this. And that clouds everything about the franchise. Let's talk to Dan in the northeast. What's up, Dan? Dan, go. Hey, dan. The talk the talk for a while. What's up, buddy? I'll tell you what I was like coming into the season with the police. I was worried I thought we needed another starting pitcher, you know, I'd like to see us get closer. But you know, I mean, we got a good team. I like what I'm saying there. But you know, I think game said they thought the bullpen was strong pitching starting to pay. You know, if they can't get so many endings added a starting pitching the pants up. You know, it's a long season bullpens going to be burned out, and it it would just was all gli. I've always sometimes have Dame's like that. Where everything goes wrong. What will quite a softball? And you're you're correct about the the bullpen. And what happens when the starters, go short and really think about it. Dan the game before last night so Wednesday night's game. That was a product of it at some point. If the bullpen is tired gave is almost going to have to forfeit a game or really give them a not a great chance to win because he's trying to wrest Robertson. He's trying to wrest knee, Jack. And when you do that. Well, then you have romo's closed the night that gave has to choose between burnings relievers out or losing a game. Let me say one more thing, you know, when does something wrong, you know, out say something about it. But you can't blame you know. It's not games fault. What's going on here? I made it no horses to run. It said, you know, I'm scared now, you know, you you you try to you know, we want to be like a playoff team you get a series against a team with the pitching guy or going to get one your. Hitching gets exposed. You were get killed. Well, they're going to have to make change. Then I appreciate the call or they're going to have to have someone step up. And look I think Aaron Nola will figure it out that's important area to pitches tomorrow, they need they need him too at worse with the way the other parts this rotation is right now, they need area to give them some length. Six seven every time that that's really what they need at him. He did that a little bit to start the season. But last year didn't a lot you have any. They need some kind of length of this Armagh tation. There's not getting right now you've Alaska's and veteran our four innings five innings in the bullpen tax. And then and then you have to you have to have Morgan. Robertson and Nisha down on on Monday night or Tuesday night, whatever. Yeah, they're going to give away games here because they have they have solid or levers, the Phillies bullpens pretty good. It just have to use them so much because they're started having gone even games like everyone's crying for set closer. I think they have a closers they've Roberson, but they've had to use them all over the place and they had to get them right at the same time off to begin the season. And the one thing that has gone, right? So far as effluent, and I believe that he's going to be good. I like what I've seen. But he's also not going to be this. Good. So you're gonna have to use the bullpen in those games. It's not an easy puzzle right now. Chris in Westchester, what's up, Chris? Good, man. What's on your mind? I want to talk about the in bead thing. So honestly, I never thought about it. And put it the way he did about treating the body as body does. You know, I got two things about that. My first thing is like I kind of a question for you guys. I mean, the fact that she is pretty much the bread and butter of the franchise if he's coming out Brett Brown Eastone coaching staff and all them, I'm gonna play on fine to what you kind of have to appease him where you don't wanna make them angry and say, we're not playing because we don't think your ready. I mean, stink organization. Do you think that they kind of have to give him the benefit of the doubt? I mean, what did you do? They get harder on him. Yeah. I think you're on the side. Chris I think this is the the big problem here is they just let them do what he wants. Because of exactly what you said. He's the star. He's the franchise. This is kind of the way it works in the NBA. And that's why I'm frustrated like either he s to figure it out or someone has to get through to him. And be like, listen, Joel you can do it your way, but you're way is is leading to you not playing and it's hurting our team. So that's why I rated with him in less. He unless he takes his body and his health seriously feels like every year, we're going to be doing this congenial. Play. Can he play in the playoffs? Like, it's particularly. And that's the top of that. I kind of thought myself that maybe he was just injury prone, and we're gonna have to sit out, but the other thing I'm kinda frustrated, which is if you look at the numbers, you know, the past month or two will say when when he's been wishy washy, you know, we've got a good team. I know that he is our star player. But you know, we got shooters Eric Butler Simmons might not be able to shoot. It's going to be want him to can still utilize him. I dream. You know, I think for them to do. Well, especially in this this playoff season the next year they have to show their strikes. You know, I'm frustrated that you know, this seamless really good with him. But then you take him out of the mix at each players who were supposed to be big names are just they just don't have that vibe with them. And I really think I don't think and be you know, your big star big star in basketball. That's how it goes. But they should be able to do a little better. He's going out for two games. They can hold their own for those two games. And you know, what I think it would make it easier and everyone then Chris I appreciate the call because then they could rest them fully. And he went to come back for a big game against the Celtics. But there. Are all it's like they're trying to piece ago something that it's not the fisa fit eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four pound for nine four on your AT. Horizon wireless will come back. You're focused requested Thursday for chance to win a two hour VIP party.

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