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The Fight Over The Future Of Natural Gas
"Keeps your apartment warm Okay i know i know. Our electricity is some mix of renewables. But i'm pretty sure that our heat is gas right and so many people are in exactly the same situation about half of the homes and businesses in the country a burn gas for heat in the winter especially in the cold part of the country. Right plus a lot of people have gas water heaters. This is basically your own little fossil fuel power. Plant right there in your basement and it really adds up between heating homes and businesses burning fossil fuels on site accounts for more than ten percent of the whole country greenhouse emissions. Wow okay all right. And i'm glad we're talking about this because i feel like i remember. Natural gas has been pitched as this cleaner fuel cities. You know buying buses running on compressed natural gas and that's supposed to be a good thing question mark while it is cleaner. It was cleaner than the diesel that those buses were burning. And it's a lot cleaner than coal but you know when you're putting up buildings and installing equipment. That's going to be in place for twenty thirty fifty years. Maybe cleaner isn't good enough anymore. I'm killed really bad about this. Fossil fuel plant. I've got my house now again. Guilt about this is not the point. The point is there is an alternative Another path at least for new buildings and also for when a lot of other buildings you need their furnaces replaced. Okay okay and i talked to one of the people who's pushing this alternative ali hundred mahia cunningham with the natural resources defense council. We're going to have to tackle emissions from pretty much everywhere. The benefit of buildings is that we have the technology. Okay dan what technology we talking about. It's got a name electrification. I like the name. But i i do feel like with electricity. I mean there are greenhouse gas emissions from generating electricity to right right absolutely for now but the thing is if your goal is zero greenhouse emissions burning gas will never get you there but electricity could if it's coming from places like solar and wind and hydro which increasingly it is so the environmentalists are saying if you're putting up a new building making decisions for decades to come. Don't lock yourself into burn guests. Give yourself the chance to be zero. Carbon got it. Okay but what does that. Look like dan. Well let's go to our next story like sitting here. We have tyler holland. Who works with construction company called wiedeman corporation and he is going to give us a little audio tour to explain this whole electrification idea like sixth all electric apartment building that. We've done john reid from our member station k. u. e. r. actually recorded this was masked and socially distanced. Mike was out on the end of a long pole. Now that la this buildings six stories high still under construction not many people around so this is an affordable housing project now in most buildings in salt lake city and really lots of places in the us where it gets cold there would be a pipe underground going into this building. Delivering gas to heating furnaces. But here in this building. There's no gas hookup. Its all electric. Every apartment has an electric heat pump on the wall which takes care of heating and cooling. Okay dan i feel like i should know this. But what what's a heat pump The heat pumps are basically the key to electrification They work pretty. Much like refrigerators. They use compression and expansion of a gas to move heat from outside to inside or the other way around in this case the heat pumps are capturing heat from the air outside and moving it inside the apartment for heating and in summertime. they do the opposite. They'll move heat from the inside to the outside are also heat. Pump water heaters. I will tell you from personal experience. They have gotten so much more efficient and they just work better than they used to. Are they really expensive. Though for big buildings the machines themselves can be more expensive than say a gas furnace or a standard of water heater. Which is why tyler said. They only did their first all electric building. Because there was this environmentally-minded developer give group. That insisted on it. Tyler's company thought this is terrible. It's going to cost a lot extra. But once they started working on it they say turned out to be cheaper. You eliminate gas taps you eliminate running all those gas lines through your building so by not putting all that gas infrastructure in there. You're kind of saving money. Right and now tyler company is totally sold on this. They're sharing their blueprints and budgets with other builders just to show them that it makes sense for business for the climate also just for cleaner air. We everybody to do it. I mean it's it's everybody's air that we're all breathing makes my mountain bike ride that much easier and the basic idea is down the road. This building will have zero greenhouse emissions once. It's getting that electricity from the sun or the wind or from falling water Okay got it. So will we see more building like this around the country. A lot of cities with big climate goals are trying to promote all electric buildings like this. They're really focused. On new construction not so much. Retrofitting existing buildings. Nobody's forcing people a tariff. Their gas furnaces at this point and salt lake city is not considering any formal ban on new gas hookups. Vicki bennett who's director of sustainability. There says they'd like to try persuasion. Incentives maybe expediting building permits at our next step is exploring what sort of incentives would be would make a difference you know what would be enough to get them to pay more attention to going to all electric buildings but there are cities dozens of them mostly in california that have adopted rules that say in one way or another new buildings cannot get connected to gas pipelines anymore So that's what that person from. The american gas association was talking about like at the top of the show. The campaign against gas exactly and that movement reached the third place. We're going to go visit flagstaff. Arizona whom where nicole anti-monopoly is director of sustainability. that was one of our strategies. Could we say no new natural gas in new construction. And this is where they run into the backlash. Yeah i imagine. The gas industry wasn't happy about this. Not really we have seen some internal documents from a meeting of the executive committee of the american gas association last year An environmental watchdog group that climate investigation center obtained these documents through a public records request. And they showed that by late. Two thousand nineteen a group of big gas utilities had already launched a campaign in favor of what they call consumer choice. One of them is southwest gas. The biggest gas provider in arizona and in february of two thousand twenty. The speaker of the arizona state house introduced a bill that makes it illegal for cities in the state to limit gas hookups. Republicans generally supported it and in arizona. The law just sailed through a passed both houses and signed into law within a month. So what does that do to to the city of flagstaff. Plans nicole antenna says it pretty much left them looking for a plan. B it definitely put a huge hurdle in our plans for promoting electrification and fuel switching Instead of requiring developers to go all electric they have to persuade them to the approach. Utah's taking and since then similar bills have passed and three other states and they're being considered in a dozen more cleaning. Florida georgia whole bunch of states. Well so this is my question about the like you know. Consumers can choose. I mean our individual consumers actually choosing here dan or is the developer kind of choosing for the consumer. It is an interesting conflict. You have these states stepping in and they're saying on behalf of consumers although it's also on behalf of the gas suppliers right no you. Cities cannot interfere with the consumer's right to burn gas or the developers right to build a gas burning building and the cities are saying just like we have building codes for public safety. We want to enact rules that will help end climate change and that means no new construction that uses fossil fuels. So they're saying the community is making this choice and we should have the right to choose right. I mean that's what it kind of felt like we were talking about kansas way back at the beginning of the episode. Felt like the folks in lawrence have decided on this goal which is one hundred percent renewable which means down the road. Gas wouldn't be an option like that's the choice. Yeah i asked. Jasmine more. The city of lawrence's director of sustainability. How this would affect your city's plans if it passed. And she said it's kind of hard to tell. But the bill is written. Very broadly it prohibits any municipal ordinance that quote discriminates against restricts limits or impairs. Close the use of a utility. So she's worried that it might even ban city programs that are aimed at promoting energy efficiency since that would reduce gas use. Wow that's pretty intense. Then she also said this no matter what. We'll figure out a way to continue to make progress. She sounds pretty determined. I'll say that yes. She does okay. Dan charles as always we appreciate you. Thanks for bringing this to the show. Thank you
GOP senators who voted to convict Trump are now facing backlash in their home states
"Acquittal behind him. Former President Donald Trump remains eligible to run for the White House again in 2024 on now GOP lawmakers who voted to impeach dealing with repercussions. Seven Republicans who joined Democrats to vote guilty are now facing backlash. Saturday night, the Louisiana Republican Party executive Committee voted to censure Senator Bill Cassidy. He's defending his decision. I'm attempting to hold President Trump accountable. And that is the trust I have from the people that elected me and I am very confident that as time passes, people will move to that position, Alaska Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski issued a statement saying if months of lies, organizing a rally of supporters in an effort to thought the work of Congress, encouraging a crowd to march on the Capitol and then taking no meaningful action to stop the violence once it began. Is not worthy of impeachment. I cannot imagine what is Skyler Henry
Johnson and Johnson says single-shot COVID-19 vaccine is 85 percent effective
"What's going on. When it comes to Cove in 19, and more specifically, Pursuit for more vaccines because we've got some big news from J and J Today. In fact, it's our top story on the Bloomberg In the past hour, Johnson and Johnson's one shot vaccine generating strong protection Against covered 19. They did him a large late stage trials, raising hopes that it can rapidly reshape US stumbling immunization campaign. We know the role. It has been really tough, but you've been pointing to the numbers preventing 66% Moderate to severe cases of covert 19, according to the company. Particularly effective stopping severe disease is preventing 85% of severe infections and 100% of hospitalizations and deaths. That's the number you've been focusing on. And it's a big one. All right, let's bring in our guest post op pulls his vice chairman of the executive committee, a change a also chief scientific officer at J and J and he joins us on the phone or actions should say Zoom. From New Brunswick, New Jersey. We also do want to welcome our Bloomberg TV audience. Who is joining who are joining us at this time? Um, Paul, it is so nice to have you here with us. First of all, Thank you so much and welcome. Talk to us about the findings. There's some difference statistics in terms of the efficacy. What is it that we need to zero and in on and what's really the most significant your view? So we did a very large study of 45,000 people in the US South America in Latin America in a totally different environment, where now huge transmission but also many variants or presence, and what we saw is that in the high in the severe disease We got a very high protection 85% against severe disease as well as 100% for death and hospitalization, and that across the entire study, including the South African study, and why is that important? That's 6000 people in South Africa, and we found that 90% of this train spread inside African strains, and we got even a better we got from 89% perfection in South Africa against the severe disease that 100% against hospitalization and other begins percent against that, so that shows that the vaccine is applications in in severe disease. Smell us against significant new strains. Given the results of this study, do you expect new and even more powerful variants to emerge in the future? Yeah, we have to stay very vigilant. There's so much fire a virus replication in the world. And now new vaccines being used and the virus is following the Darwin principles. The fittest survive, and they will take over as in in that race, And so you will see probably more variants. But strong immunity, antibody immunity and so immunity probably can overcome that. But we have to stay very vigilant and we have been able to do that with a single does, and I think that is going to be very effective in faster allowed as we are making a billion dollars in the course of the year. Well, let's talk about that. Because when you talked with our David Westin last fall, Paul, that's exactly what you talked about A billion doses you anticipated for 2021. So that's a real number. You expect it And can you give us an idea? That billion dose roll out. What does it look like over the next few months? So at the moment we are, we are setting up many of manufacturing plants in late stage. We are getting approval from different regulators in the world on that, so it's in full upscaling. And as we will deliver a billion over the year, it will be region by region, country by country. We work with the government to discuss on how much will be available when it will come in equivocator, but we are confident that we will be able to make Provide a billion in the course of the year. But what does that mean that? I mean, obviously, you've got get the emergency approval. So give me an idea of what the timeline is. I think we're all kind of Fixated on getting the vaccine so that our life can get back to normal. So what does the emergency approval process look like? And then when you actually anticipate getting vaccines into arms, and then at what rate Them so we will submit a filing next week. So we know that the data now for three days, we We worked on it that we finalized. That's what we published today. Next week will submit And then the FDA and Emma will have to do their work. The European fella to use a U. S agency will start their work and most likely towards the end of February will have an advisory panel bending of course decision off the FDA and then we'll see getting approval. Emergency use approve. Full and then in March will be able to start living vaccine. So you think a realistic timeline for us to actually receive Johnson and Johnson single dose vaccine would be March? It will start in the month of March, but they're also with US government. We have made an agreement over this off for several for 400 million vaccines to start with, I will keep up to that agreement to be able to deliver that. I'm wondering how you see this shot being used in the context of this is you call Pandemic Recovery tool kit, you know, especially fitting in with the Amarna vaccines that we see from during a and Fizer As well. The rollout of those has has been really tough here in the United States. There's been a lot of speed bumps, but you don't have to keep this one at a temperature for very, very cold temperature for a significant period of time. I mean, they're a lot of differences here. How do you see the rollout working in the context of these other vaccines? Well, it's it your point of the right thing. It's a single dose. So it one shot. You get this protection starting day 14 and and if you know, mature, said 28 even lot longer, so that goes fast. And then it It has to do it Celsius, which is normal refrigeration temperature for stability for three months so we can distribute in the country at normal refrigeration, which allows to get fractionated almost in every health care center pharmacy in a very simple way s O and that that will help and the single shot combined with that. And a high efficacy poor for severe disease. That hospitalization can have a very important effect. In addition, very short, very clean safety profile we have. We have not observed serious adverse events. No, an electric shock so further to be evaluated by the regulators. But that will also be an attractive feature with the very favorable safety profile. So that means that people who perhaps have not been in who had been advised against getting Marnie vaccine, This could be an option for them. Be an option, but it will be determined by the authorities who will get access first as this is emergency use application. It's ah, it will be distributed by the government. Hey,
Understanding the Virus with Dr. Howard Fullman
"So i are host the quadruple board. Certified doctor of internal medicine. Pulmonary disease critical care in neuro critical. Care my very good friend. Dr steven day back. How are you steve doing. Okay deceive. oh we have one of our favorite experts returning to us today Howard j fomin. He is board certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology and howard served a multi decade tenure at kaiser permanent day as partner ford member president of the executive committee chief of staff and chair of the quality committee. He has supervised over forty three hundred staff and over five hundred doctors. Howard is now seen your operating advisor at atlantic street capital for their medically focused investments. Dr howard foreman nice to have you back thanks to be here high stated it good to see hey steve. What's it like in the icu. With the kobe patients has it gone. It's been very rough at my hospital. The surges hit us really hard. We actually we had a mini surge. Back in may when everybody else seemed to be really struggling at this time it has hit us really hard we have about one hundred and fifty plus cove patients in our hospital and i bought twenty percent of those are in the intensive care unit and those that intensive care unit. They are all on high flow oxygen or intimated. So they're all very very sick. And howard what. Are you hear about kaiser. How are they holding up in all this. I just very proud of everybody. Credible courage by the patients and their families what they're going through doctors nurses respiratory therapist all staff level of dedication i think of the healthcare professionals are just miraculous people. Tired in was there the other day doing data the procedures. And just in what. I do which is way less difficult than being in the icu. For twelve hour shifts just wearing in the ninety five masks in a shield and all the p p being more cautious than ever and trying to make sure that the patients can get in and out so that they're not in the medical center. One minute more than is necessary. Cetera et cetera. Just makes the practice of medicine which is already something that's very challenging even more challenging but my heart goes out to the patients and that that's just a culprit patients Anyone who needs services. The hospital is having more difficult time than usual inside easy being a patient thunder normal circumstances that along under these circumstances. i'm sure they're all kinds of treatments. That have changed since our last conversation. I mean the remdesivir steroids in a number of other treatments that you guys have raised a bad situation. What's working the best these days. Dr steve in actually the one medication that really has shown to decrease mortality everything that we have is decadent on an age old medication. A steroid that's used to decrease swelling decrease inflammation in the body thus far as the only medication that we're using that actually has been proven to diminish with a twenty eight day mortality. We do give them de severe because there has been shown that there's been some benefit in terms of shortening the course of the disease and so it's still part of our protocol and so everybody who's coming in is getting a coverage for we call community acquired pneumonia in case they have bacteria on top of covid. So they're getting the usual medications for that which is usually as for miocene in something called stuff triax zone but the standard therapy provided you have good kidney function that you're not to overwhelmingly sick is the decca drawn remdesivir but it is the decca drawn. That by far has been shown to be very effective. I do believe for those people who are not terribly ill that are just starting to show signs and symptoms of covid that have various co morbidity is considerably overweight have diabetes a monoclonal antibody that has given an infusion. I believe has also been a game changer. Although i've not seen formal data in that way but those are the big three medications that we give. I mean you've got to look at what's going on here in the us and it's gotta frustrate both of you. Knowing how many people are breaking the advice may be needle one column rules because somehow those of us in the us don't like those things called rules. Frankly i've seen a bunch of parties. Go on in my town. There have been a bunch of weekend weddings and dancing. And what have you and it's almost like. What are you supposed to do as a healthcare organization to get the message across. I can't imagine. What would happen. To dr steve here if there was a surge on top of this surge. That's an important point in all of us in healthcare professions of. I wanna start again by saying lots. Lots of people doing their level. Best imply vincent. I feel really badly for people who don't have a luxury to be at home. That essential workers people who were living in very congested areas. Tranquil did very best. They can difficult circumstances. So that's important to make sure we now. The hard work difficult circumstances lots of people living under now everybody's violating these guidelines but there are people who are either inadvertently or something some cases intentionally violence
Harris County GOP Chair Keith Nielsen resigns in Houston
"Republican Party chair. Keith Nielsen is stepping down. He tendered his resignation Monday after a four month tenure, Republicans put up another disappointing show in the state's largest county this year for failing to win any Countywide races. There's kind of GOP executive committee will pick a new chair. President
2020 election "most secure in history," security officials say
"An executive committee of top state and federal election officials say in a statement they found no evidence of lost, compromised or altered votes and last week's election. The committee members also reject claims made by President Trump and his supporters of widespread fraud. The committee is made up of top level officials within the Cyber Security Infrastructure Security Agency, which was set up by President Trump two years ago. Various secretaries of state and election officials, They add states with close races now have paper records of each vote, allowing the recount of each ballot.
2020 election "most secure in history," security officials say
"Election Security Committee made up of state election officials and federal cyber security officials says last week's election was the most secure in the nation's history. Members of an executive committee of top state and federal election officials say in a statement they found no evidence of lost, compromised or altered votes in last week's election. The committee members also reject claims made by President Trump and his supporters of widespread fraud. The committee is made up of top level officials within the Cyber Security Infrastructure Security Agency, which was set up by President Trump two years ago. Various secretaries of state and election officials, They add states with close races now have paper records of each vote, allowing the recount of each ballot. Tim McGuire, Washington
A Discussion with David's Former Investment Firm
"Welcome back to David Star. Great to be here. Thanks for having me. Yeah we'll works cited. We could we need some help with this podcasting thing and before we do a deep dive, we thought maybe we start out with the effigy year. So first things first, you often reference at Bejesus has not by name but your previous job. So listeners, what did you actually do it E. G. DE MATURE? So I joined Effigy Nineteen Ninety five it was a very small firm at the time only twenty five employees and then I was there seventeen years left in two thousand twelve and at twenty five person firm We pretty much did everything everybody did everything? So I was an analyst consultant. Research then I became a partner in nineteen, ninety eight eventually was on our effigy executive committee for many years I co founded what became effigies Osceola effort at the time it was called managed portfolios, and so I oversaw portfolios and then when I left I was. Co leading the research group is chief investment strategist and chief portfolio strategist. So it was it was a great. Have Very fond memories of a years at effigy and learned to bunch. He is you even prior to your came up we were. Looking at a research report and I said, well, how does that researcher Borno Greg is so old it David Stein road like oh boy. Update that one exactly a what are some of your favorite memories are lessons learned from your time at you? As a young firm at the. Twenty five employees there's always been very low turnover both from co workers, partners and clients, and so it's just it's those years of being with colleagues and clients and the trust that you. You have in in your fellow co workers and that that's one thing I miss about not being with a firm is just the trust you have in your fellow partners. What learn was just we were all curious. And we were all trying to figure out how invest markets work, navigate, increasingly complex capital markets, and so I I really liked the constant change and that's that's one reason I got into investing instead of having to move to the next job all the time. Everything else was moving around us in terms of how markets revolving and so that that was great and the big takeaway from that is as you know, you learn humility as an investor and and the reality is no one really knows what's going to happen. I thought when I was an advisor that I had to know that like people were paying me to predict the future and you realize that you can actually manage assets an allocate assets without having perfect foresight. There's ways to manage risk and to do that and make decisions and just recognize that we don't know and the humility that comes from that longer you invest. Great there's definitely a difference between risk and uncertainty, and sometimes you you just have to embrace the the uncertainty and I thought that was that was very well said I certainly recognized I know a lot less than that I, thought I, did each year. I know less. Is a great a great mark I remember the day we're we're at A. Orders RETREA. I'm just GonNa retire and your whole life David. You're you're too young to retire like. See Retire and do what you did immediately. Turn podcasting you retire what happens next. Well now. So I left in two thousand twelve and I launched the podcast in two thousand, fourteen I I spent a couple years writing about investing I was a number of. Businesses. I started. Shut Down Because I. Was Afraid Somebody would hire me I had been investment advisers for so long I just I loved investing I just couldn't find. The way that wanted to continue to do it without. So I didn't have to manage assets and have that that Wade of that fiduciary responsibility i. was a guest on a podcast in two thousand fourteen realized that that was kind of fun because what I missed about. Effigy was an opportunity to teach to go to. An endowment, Investment Committee and to just talk about investing and talking about our latest research and so. After that guest appearance few weeks later, experimental launch a podcast though structured kind of like an investment committee just not do interviews do more a solo show twenty-five minutes talking about money the economy investing and at the time. Everyone, was more people were getting smartphones, they had data plans, and so I saw a shift. And podcasting timing turned out to be very good. As, there were not really that many investing podcasts. At the time and so that that's what I've been doing since. So it's been six over six years now.
UN chief urges Libya cease-fire, warns its future at stake
"A rare opportunity for peace in Libya should be seized by all those involved in the conflict. Secretary General Antonio Guitarist told a high level virtual meeting convened on Monday to stem the fighting noting that the conflict has been going on for far too long. He said that the country's future is at stake and called on all Libyan's to continue to work towards a lasting ceasefire. The summit comes amidst ongoing longstanding concern over unresolved conflict within. Libya and interference from outside states. The oil-rich country remained split between the UN recognized government of National Accord or GNA, and the self proclaimed Libyan National Army L. N. A. which launched an attack on the capital of Tripoli in. April. Two, thousand, nineteen, the chief of the UN refugee agency UNHCR said on Monday that maintaining humanitarian aid levels during the covid nineteen pandemic was a comparatively inexpensive way to save lives and protect people on the move. A. Along with host communities are facing what he calls a pandemic of poverty. Filippo Grandma told, UNHCR's annual executive committee that keeping aid flowing would mitigate the instability from growing pockets of marginalization, which would be more costly to address later. Despite. The UN chiefs call for global ceasefire. pan-demic conflict, violence, discrimination, human rights, violations, and political crises continue, and currently, there are nearly eighty million forcibly displaced people in the world of figure double that of ten years ago according to Mr Grandy.
NBA Players, Owners Meet To Discuss Plan Of Action
"Get back on track WHOA Jeez here. Thankfully to tell us what might happen here. Obviously, it's a fluid situation Adrian. I. Guess. The first thing we want to ask you is, what are we expecting today like what is going to happen today meeting Liz I have no idea what's going to happen today guys yesterday was. A remarkable day and one that I don't think any of us who cover the NBA. WHO Who've covered sports and and in my generation Bo forget but to set the table for today. The players having eleven am meeting here in the bubble. And the owners have a board of governors call at the same time. I'm pulled eleven am obviously that'll be done virtually and so simultaneously, those two groups we'll be meeting and the players. I think after a night, it was an emotional day. It was an emotional meeting they had. With most of the players in the bubble coaches were there last night there came a point where? The players asked the coaches to leave so they could hash it out amongst themselves. The teams I was told broke up into groups. and then they're going to continue that conversation this morning but I mean what's at stake is simply This season and are the players as a group going to decide to move forward. Continue the playoffs by all indications that the three games that are scheduled today. Not. Going to be played, the League hadn't officially. announced it but every indication we got in the last night regardless of what they decide moving forward that those three games later in the day. Wouldn't be played, but the players have more to work through and talk through. And consider a lot of different. Consider a lot of different scenarios. And and ultimately consequences of what it would mean to shut this bubble down. You're there in the bubble woes and you could get and I just WanNa know like what is what's the feeling is like does feel like NAM empty and just spooky and? What's that feeling like? I. Think the last several days keyshawn. and. You could feel a building you could watch on I think you guys could watch. On television and and read what people are saying and see. The interviews with George Hill and Fred Van Vliet. and. The emotion that players were carrying. Since the shooting of Jacob Blake earlier. In the week. And how that resonated not just all over the country. But here. and. On top of the emotion and Guys have been here a long time and it wears on you and guys miss families guys feel. At times like their captive in this place it I get it. It's a resort like I. Don't mean to. It is a resort and I get it and. All of us are lucky to be able to work. In, this country right now and a lot of people can't but there is a cumulative effect about being away this long. And you add on top of that. the horrific nature of that shooting. Another in a series of them in years of decades. Of them a century of them and so. data impacted this place at impacted those inside. And It was a domino effect yesterday of once. The bucks made the decision to knock him out of the locker room and not play. And then how it impacted the other teams and lead to that meeting last night that was pretty rot times. The to La teams the LA clippers. The Lakers have two of the hour say most powerful voices in professional sports in Genie Boston. Steve, bomber what type of influence can they have on the rest of the NBA owners to get something done in favor of the players? It's a good question I think the question is. And I think what the players Were spending last night doing. And and previously, it's been an ongoing conversation here. But is there something and and I and I know in the meeting last I a lot of players. Disgusted I know CJ mccollum was who's an executive on the players committee or on the on the Executive Committee of the Players Association. mccomb the Blazers Jaylen Brown the Celtics war leaders. in the Union and top players in league talked about having a plan of action and the bucks in the locker. Room. In those hours after that they after they decided not to play. Working with their own ownership in Milwaukee to get on the phone the Attorney General of the Lieutenant Governor in Wisconsin to talk about ways to move forward. To try to impact. that. Particular case. In in their state in Kenosha. And so you saw players already beginning to do that yesterday now. How does that continue today? What what players are asking themselves I know what organizations are asking players when they got back to the rooms. Last my back to the hotels. What is the endgame if we don't play? One is that what is it that we wanNA accomplish outside of the bubble outside of this environment outside of the platform that you have right now to play. play NBA Games and speak to the world through. Through this. What does that look like and so I think that's all going to be part of the conversation today with the players and with the owners if they kinda reconnect after those two meetings.
Liberty University says Falwell Jr. "withdrew" his resignation
"The first day of classes, according to the school, Liberty University, Falwell Jr agreed to resign as its president and board of directors today. But then some media reports came out about the resignation and Falwell has withdrawn it. That is the latest news. The executive committee's board of trustees asked Falwell to go on indefinite leave of absence on August 7th to which he agreed since that time, additional matters came Delight, according to the school that made it clear it would not be in the best interest of the university for him to come back and serve as president. So they say that he said, Yeah, I'll leave but then has withdrawn that resignation. In the meantime, some information came out by the Reuters news service and other news outlets about a sexual affair involving Falwell, his wife and a younger man. And all of this seems to be mixed up in the controversy tonight
Virginia Tech renames dorms honoring men with white supremacist ties
"Tech is renaming two buildings following student calls for the change. A A yearbook yearbook link link former former longtime longtime faculty faculty member member Claudius Claudius leader leader the the cake cake and and for for former former president president Paul Paul Barringer. Barringer. He He openly openly supported supported pro pro slavery slavery positions positions in in the the early early 19 19 hundreds. hundreds. Now, Now, the the executive executive committee of the VT. Board of Visitors has voted to remove the men's names from residence halls. School's current president, Tim San, says the names were inconsistent with rich heritage and increasingly diverse community at the school. The buildings will instead be named after William and Janey Hoga black couple who has the first African American students who are not allowed to live on school grounds, and also after James Leslie Whitehurst junior Was the first black student toe live on campus. Mike Murillo w. T. O P News, one of the
"Welcome to kiss myths and Mystery Syam, your host Kit crump today, the Bohemian Grove and a little bit about secret societies. Perhaps, you belong to a club some time in your life maybe the girl Scouts or cub scouts I was a cub scout many clubs have rules and regulations that go no further than the halls were the members gather like the elks however organizations like the PTA Parent Teacher Association can affect schools, school districts therefore students the reach and impact of. These organizations are limited and generally they're intent is not secret records of meetings of the scouts, elks in the PTA and many other clubs are available to the public. But there are many secret societies out there Yale's skull and bones founded in eighteen thirty two and has had both bushes Teddy Roosevelt and his cousin Franklin as members but a complete list of members is difficult to acquire and the intent of the club impossible to know Dan there is the barbarian aluminum. An lighten era secret society founded may first seventeen seventy, six. The BILDERBERG group is so secret that is considered by many to be a shadow world most secret societies, clubs and organizations so far flung with headquarters in different cities around the world. But the Bohemian Grove is located on two thousand, seven hundred privately owned acres located in Monte Rio California and established eighteen seventy two security at the grove is year round ex-military hired to keep out the curious high end equipment including thermal night vision cameras, and motion detectors are used. As. Part of the sophisticated detection and alarm system, they have ceremonies with strange names like the yearly cremation of care ceremony. It was revealed by a California judge during a discrimination suit brought against that grow by the California Department of Fair Employment and housing over the club's refusal to hire women when the judge that issued decision in favor of the club's practice of not hiring women stated the club members urinated in the open and that hiring women would alter the members behavior odd ceremonies and members strange conduct aside members like those. Of Yale are rich and powerful pictures of President Reagan and Nixon indicate they were members. Also, the Grove is particularly famous for a Manhattan Project Planning Meeting this took place there in September of Nineteen, forty two, which subsequently led to the atomic bomb those attending this meeting include Ernest, Lawrence j Robert, Altman Heimer, the s one executive committee heads such as presidents of Harvard Yale and Princeton along with representatives of standard, oil general, electric as well as various military officials. All members at the time oppenheimer was not an s one member. Although Lawrence, an open heimer hosted the meetings grow members take particular pride in this of and often relate the story to new attendees. However, other behavior at this famous campground has led to numerous claims and even some parody in popular culture. One such documented example was former president Richard Nixon's comments on May Thirteenth Nineteen seventy-one recording the Bohemian Grove which I attended from time to time. It is the most Fag God damn thing you could ever imagine now that's a quote from Richard, Nixon was recorded may thirteen nine, hundred, seventy one. Author, Brad Meltzer hosted a program for the history channel. It was called history coded. He hosted a team of three and during one episode sent to to infiltrate the Hebron. Grove. With the disastrous result, they were all arrested.
Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. placed on leave
"University, is temporarily stepping down amid criticism over a since deleted photo he posted on Social Media Jerry Falwell Jr is taking an indefinite leave of absence as president and chancellor of Liberty University, in a statement. Liberty University says the executive committee of the School's board of trustees, acting on behalf of the full board, met Friday and requested Falwell take leave to which he agreed. In the photo. Falwell had his pants unzipped stomach exposed and his arm around a young woman in a similar post. Falwell apologized earlier in the week for the photo I Mike
Jerry Falwell Jr. takes leave of absence from Liberty University
"Liberty University's Jerry Falwell Jr takes leave of it. Controversy amid criticism over a since deleted photo he posted on Social Media Jerry Falwell Jr is taking an indefinite leave of absence as president and chancellor of Liberty University, in a statement. Liberty University says the executive committee of the School's board of trustees, acting on behalf of the full board, met Friday and requested Falwell take leave to
Jerry Falwell Jr. takes leave of absence from Liberty University
"Photo he posted on Social Media Jerry Falwell Jr is taking an indefinite leave of absence as president and chancellor of Liberty University, in a statement. Liberty University says the executive committee of the School's board of trustees, acting on behalf of the full board, met Friday and requested Falwell take leave to which he agreed. In the photo. Falwell had his pants unzipped stomach exposed and his arm around a young woman in a similar post. Falwell apologized earlier in the week for the photo I Mike Rossia, federal
Jerry Falwell Jr. Takes Leave as President of Liberty University
"The president of Liberty University, is temporarily stepping down amid criticism over a since deleted photo he posted on Social Media Jerry Falwell Jr is taking an indefinite leave of absence as president and chancellor of Liberty University, in a statement. Liberty University says the executive committee of the School's board of trustees, acting on behalf of the full board, met Friday and requested Falwell take leave to which he agreed. In the photo. Falwell had his pants unzipped stomach exposed and his arm around a young woman in a similar post. Falwell apologized earlier in the week for the
Jerry Falwell Jr. takes leave of absence from Liberty University
"Liberty University's president and Chancellor, Jerry Falwell Jr is taking an indefinite leave of absence the school making the announcement in a brief statement this afternoon, They said that Falwell agreed to go on leave after a request by the Board of Trustees executive Committee. No details were given as to what prompted the request. But a recent photo on Instagram had shown Falwell wearing unzipped pants with his arm around a woman who was not his wife. He apologized for that photo on Wednesday. Falwell has served since 2007 as president of the Lynchburg School that his father founded
"executive committee" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown says his officers will now wear protective gear and all protests to prevent injuries after what he's calling it quote mob action Friday night at the Christopher Columbus statue in Grant Park. 49 officers were hurt 18 sent to hospitals after being hit with rocks, frozen bottles and fireworks. Because of these mob actions, we must protect our officers. We cannot assume A protest. Going to be peaceful. He says The mob actions took away from CPS efforts to fight violent crime. Over the weekend, 63 people were shot. 12 people were killed in gun violence. Demonstrations are happening across the country today is fast food and service workers call for racial equity at the workplace. It's part of a nationwide protest called Strike for Black lives. Here's WG ends Ryan Burrow McDonald's employees. Adriana Alvarez is a leader for the fight for 15 movement in Chicago. She says the fast food chain isn't protecting workers during the covert 19 pandemic. And they aren't getting legally mandated sick days for them to say black lives matter and to treat that they are George Floyd and I'm an armory and Briana Keeler is not in line with reality. Some workers are expected to walk off the job or conduct a protest for eight minutes in 46 seconds in honor of George Floyd. Chicago's afternoon protest is outside of the tops and center downtown. Georgia Democrats have selected state Senator Nicky Mo Williams, chair of the State Party to replace the late John Lewis on the ballot. In November, The executive committee of the Democratic Party of Georgia voted overwhelmingly for Williams to take Louis is spot on the ballot for the Atlanta area Fifth Congressional District. After the long time congressman and civil rights leaders death last week, Williams was chosen from a list of five finalists as the group works, too quickly fill the spot in accordance with state law. She is nearly assured of winning in November in the heavily Democratic district. Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, continued his outreach Monday, two groups that he did not court as much as the presidential candidates during the primary season. Former vice president engaged with engage action That's the political arm of the Muslim outreach organisation. Biden invoking the voting rights legacy of Congressman John Lewis. Civil rights leader who died over the weekend to encourage Muslims to vote. Best way to honor John's legacy is to continue his purpose, continue his commitment to making it easier for every American to cast.
"executive committee" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Of the W. N. B. A. NBPA executive committee I'm curious because the W. N. B. A. is seen as a progressive league especially in recent years they've super embrace the identities of the players and made that a part of their their their selling not not something that they fought are there dissenting voices from within are there because I I feel like I've heard about at least one team who's run by someone who's probably not down for the cause of you know what I'm saying and players for those teams or coaches or play a places handle that yeah it's been tough that's what that's what I need with being on the union that I care we've had this year every single player boy you know regardless and at the end of day it's hard it's hard job as the union leaders to make the best decision for the majority of the whole so taking into account what you're what you're referencing is just making sure if players do make the decision to not play and stay home but like that is one hundred percent their decision and their choice and we support that at least as you know the union of like what can we do for you and so something we try to focus on two if players do not want to report is you know making sure they still have mental health resources making sure they're still a part of whatever social justice movement we have going on in the clean site that now all of a sudden because you decided to not play that the then you're left at home you're gonna kinda like Hey will be next year no we want to make sure we're still engaging those players and the work that they're doing at home and so again it's not an easy choice there's been a lot of the different opinions about whether players one employer we should be playing like your thing on the NBA five but as a whole the majority players wanted to get back on the court and I know my feeds the birds added yeah absolutely excited to gets more packing Alicia I was able to play in the Disney wide world of sports backgrounds youngster that's incredibly important but why say that R. Jordan I will this time full for me so it would be for you all I don't know what the NBA's environment's gonna look like because I've been I played on that floor before I'm not aware of what I am G. academy and Braden ten provides it will present for you as players what do you guys know about that environment we're learning about it we're learning it's a light clean right so there's obviously gate on the property we had excellent employee and have been there if you are on the rise though she's in her brother's actually been there and played but a part of their cat in need so she actually was really monumental and my job is where the date is the talking about the map and kind of helping us understand it from the very beginning she said the like the possibilities are awesome like we got the photos of kind of the high performance level facility that they have there and you know you have the names like three million people train there and knowing that they have the infrastructure to take on twelve different teams are going to need the weight room her gonna need basketball courts are gonna need housing obviously sued especially amenity here right we're going to be in a clean fight what did it look like in our down time providing different areas for players as far as lounges places the film podcast in the media as have meeting rooms that do the social justice work that we want to do so we knew overall I and you can provide that and we knew from a safety perspective that it kind of had the level of I think the carribean like at a big campus that we needed but we could still spread out and not feel like you know we're literally stuck in a hotel and we can go to the pool area we're back in the hotel there's no kind of outdoor space to walk around and move around yeah there's there's gonna be a lot of interesting just stories about the various bubbles and safe spaces or whatever and clean space because of a bubble and I think that'll be interesting to just how different people move about in how they spend their time and I kind of what reality shows for all the different bubbles in addition to coverage of the sports themselves before my job yeah right would you be good I have a quick idea that I think you guys should do I think you should do like the share the Mike now thing where the coverage of the games get split between the players and then the activists that they think represent the way that they like the cause discussed in them and the important issues and then maybe you can you can find ways to sort of amplify other you know black queer or just black voices out throughout the coverage of the season I think they'll be pretty cool yeah we've actually been in the the focus started you're the Mike and I was like one of her things because we have to be open about being backed out all right we're on a great market could happen that would make a late we'll be keeping an eye out for it thanks for the time really appreciate it yeah no problem later cleared and you could see on the liberty alongside Sabrina Ionescu who coming up.
"executive committee" Discussed on KOMO
"The forty four year old was found near east twenty sixth and as street that's new the Tacoma dome died at the hospital possible suspect described only as someone wearing dark clothing was seen leaving the area. Police did not find them two other men were found dead on Sunday about a mile and a half away. No word of the cases are connected. Venture capitalists invest more than twenty million dollars in a Seattle startup run by women four women businesses. Komo's to Romero tells us the Riveter secured that money in less than two years. The company opened its doors in Seattle in two thousand seventeen and in just eighteen months. The provider of nontraditional workspaces and networking resources, secured twenty one million dollars from investors. The rivers carry Murphy believes, it's good business to support women in business, and apparently investors believe. To we really believe that we are only going to see gender, equity and work. If everybody comes to the table with an equal. She says their focus is on supporting women but twenty five percent of their clients are men who owned businesses and small businesses need to accelerate their growth, and we do it with a female forward lend, but we are inclusive of all sue Ramiro. Komo news. John transit Peter Rogoff peers on track to get a sixteen thousand dollar bonus topping off a new three year contract. He signed last month, which includes an eleven percent pay increase. The Seattle times reports sound transit's executive committee unanimously approved the bonus with no public debate following an hour a private discussion. The full sound transit board is expected to take up the bonus at its meeting next week Rogoff is finishing his third year at the top of sound transit surviving an investigation into complaints about his management style. Which led to the loss of his too. Thousand seventeen performance bonus the Seattle Mariners spent a good chunk of change hoping to help the homeless donation is nearly three million dollars, and we'll be administered through United way, the money is intended to subsidize legal services and other needs for those who are about to lose their homes mayor Jenny Durkan. We know that as people struggle to pay their rent sometimes what they need is not a long-term stay in a shelter to get on.
"executive committee" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"It's an. Executive committee meeting today for the southeastern Michigan council of governments also known as Sam cog as Jim Matthews has a preview transportation policies bridge and pavement performance climate resiliency and flooding mitigation as well as infrastructure assets. Just some of the topics to see discussion by the seven county partnership. The session will also see a featured presentation, highlighting the implementation of activities related to the southeast Michigan traffic safety plan. And there will also be an update on the work of some cogs legislative policy platform task force. The executive committee will gather this afternoon at one at the same cog offices on Woodward in Detroit, you Matthews Wwj. Newsradio nine fifty a federal judge in Detroit has called a halt to a plan to eliminate eastern. Michigan university's women's tennis and softball. Teams officials say the move will save the school two point five million dollars. But judge George St. says that is not a defense for violating title nine, which is a federal law that requires schools to provide equal athletic opportunities to both genders. To women's softball player. And a tennis player filed suit over the elimination of their teams St. has ordered both sides back into court in October to figure out a plan to reinstate the teams. And it'll be a big night for a former Detroit lion. Robert Porsche, prochet leads the list of the two thousand eighteen inductees into the Michigan sports hall of fame. Also on the list. Former brother I stand out in Chicago bull BJ Armstrong as well. As Olympic soccer soccer champion, Kate soubra, Mark graph and sports writer, Nick, McCabe, w w j news time now eleven thirteen. We'll check in with Tony and sports. That's coming up next folks.
"executive committee" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"The two thousand fourteen world tap everything executive committee member executive committee the most powerful thing at the time the one that where world cup for house and other important issues we went to the hotel room to find a goodie bag stuff with meeting in at the bottom of each goodie bag was the twenty thousand dollar watch is that a fair thing that in this this is the us coming in serving our moral structure or judicial structure question briberies a from a legal point of music is more complicated than somebody subject that is some kind of a moral point of view i think the laws on bribery are complicated and vary from place and it's definitely true that many countries in the world was known as commercial bribery which is sort of private private corporations or individuals agreed your bribe one another is often not explicitly illegal as opposed to what we think public bribery which could be public official taking or giving bribes for kind of benefit but you know that that lawsuit since the us there is no federal commercial bribery statute in the us there are some states that commercial bribery statues new york state comes to mind that utah letters i know of have it but it's not the rule so what the prosecutors in this case argued is it's a bit species to say what bribery perfectly perfectly allowable in our country therefore you know this investigation found confounded imposing american law our country because i think the site tone of admiration cough clever what the what the prosecutors figured out how to do was was really smart to get around that whole issue by issue which is then i ultimately the crimes were brought with the misdeeds row bribery crimes that they're focusing on in factor not bribery case what they considered species of fraud i'm what they're essentially saying is that these people committed different kinds of crowd on route to taking money for things they shouldn't take take it because you almost every instance these are officer of different soccer stations around the world at all have an ethics code and the ethics codes specifically prohibit taking your receiving bribes and wendy's officials secretly take bribes they are effectively defrauding the organization of the money that should have been errors or defrauding aggravation of officers who honor the code they've signed and so what the government is they charge him with a bunch of frauds pretty hard to not because they they've pretty clearly show they have they signed the ethics code and they it wasn't that cisco near where they they did these things anyway and and lied to organizational but they did and defrauded them because it costs eur musician money it's sorta tantamount sense of stealing money for the corporation is the organization you work for we'll get to the who done in the next segment do you have an idea for an invention or new product do you think companies would be interested in your idea do you want to try to get a patent call invent help now if that helped keeps your idea confidential not explains every step of the invention process.
"executive committee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"So boy wrote that you chose to reach out to professor sharoni and termed her complaint frivolous well guess what marky mark baker boyer not mark baker's the president of the we love mark baker he's a great guy mark boyer the international studies associate executive director wrote you chose to reach out to professor sharoni termed or complaint frivolous which it was period he was told to write leabeau's told the right an unequivocal apology what are we in first grade and unequivocal apology to sharoni and submit a written copy by may fifteenth of the association's executive committee the apology should focus on lebow's actions rather than sharoni perceptions of them it said adding that if he failed to comply the executive committee would consider appropriate sanctions ooh what are they gonna kick them out i would tell them go f your cells all of you because now what has happened what has happened is this has become a joke this professor sharoni has now is a laughing stock because she was just shaken by somebody saying lingerie department place well professor lebow has refused again and he sent an email to colleagues a horrifying and showing example of political correctness that encourages others to censor their remarks for fear of retribution he said he made the joke to relieve the slight posture phobia i felt in such a crowded lift which is how brits the brits called elevator and he said it was a man not a woman who asked for the floors and that the other men in the elevator were not his buddies she described them well the fact of the matter is lebow feels he is the aggrieved party and you know what he's right and he says is someone who is supported mentored and coauthored with women in the profession for fifty three years i feel that i am the.
"executive committee" Discussed on KPCC
"A lot of male directors are male studio executives don't even know female composers do you think that's part of the problem i do i mean i think one of the amazing things about being at the academy and being leadership at the academy is just the access i've had just getting to know people getting to know casting directors getting to know producers i never intersected with these people before and part of it is people don't have not thought of women as composers dislike when you think about a scientist you think about albert einstein i mean that's the old kind of parable i think what has changed is the people are talking about it i think if you would interviewed any of us even five years ago we probably wouldn't be as disclosing as we are now about this and i think in men anyways the rocks have been lifted up and we're seeing what's there and you know those of some of those of us who been working for many years are saying hey you know what we've been here and guess what we've got a beautiful sisterhood all of us know each other all of us are friends now all of us are on the executive committee at the academy we have a really beautiful community that we're building of women artis and mail allies who are so hugely important in all of this and we're just going to keep on going until we break this thing down tara was that part of how you got to work on stuff that you had a relationship with war and that she brought you enter you collaborated on that project together yes solar and i met on black me tiffany years ago and that was kind of lake college for me just to be able in in terms of found 'cause i started off my career doing a song for men in black which was you know huge film but to really be rule the involved in the process it wasn't until then um and that was laura and raphael were scoring together and i wrote an coproduce some of the song all the songs and um yeah that's where we met and and just built a friendship in uh overs a common respect for mutual respect for each other and and and we're here of how many years later lakes some years later were charged with composers laura kartman torstensson endlessly barber or to talk to you.
"executive committee" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The seventy five year old quit or be pushed out by the party's executive committee that committee meets in pretoria this afternoon if he ignores his own party he'll trigger a vote of noconfidence in parliament theresa may earned the irish prime minister liver africa arte visit belfast today to hold talks with northern ireland's main political parties they are growing indications that the democratic unionist party and shin thayn maybe close to a deal to restore devolved government islands correspondent kris page reports northern ireland has been run by civil servants since the powersharing executive made up of the dup and shin fan collapsed thirteen months ago major decisions have been delayed in the absence of ministers and several rounds of negotiations have broken the deadlock but in the last few days both parties have indicated there's been progress darning street says theresa may will remind storm and politicians of the many pressing issues she in the leave rod cure say they'll encourage the parties to reach a resolution the authorities in russia say they are considering whether human error weather conditions or a technical fault may have caused a russian passenger plane to crash soon after takeoff from moscow killing seventy one people some witnesses say the aircraft broke up in midair investigators are using drones to try to find the wreckage which they say is spread ever wide area the us vice president mike pence has said the trump administration is willing to hold talks with north korea he said the united states would pursue what he described as maximum pressure and engagement at the same time this approach was worked out with the president of south korea monje injuring meetings at the winter olympics symposium chang from there are correspondent nor baker this appears to be a significant shift in us position in the past the trump administration has largely indicated it would not engage with the north korean leader kim jongin until he showed a willingness to discuss dismantling his nuclear weapons program but in his washington post interview mr penn said the us would be prepared to talk without preconditions he said the us would continue to impose tough sanctions but if pyongyang wanted to talk the us.
"executive committee" Discussed on WBEN
"Prove collusion as it's all aimed at a settlement ministry pressuring everybody here for a settlement but that's the drive bys the sports drive bys love this because cape and it to them is a symbol of what's wrong with america and if there for the nfl is part of what's wrong with america it's senseless here are these people everybody in this game one way or the other is killing it the players are doing their part the sports drive visor doing their part the executive committee of the nfl was doing its part is the most amazing thing the actions that this league are taking is think are are doing great harm to the product you know you can't watch you watch nfl something i football i didn't watch game last night i caught the last ten minutes i'm at my watch the post game and the interviews with the with journalists after bmo all about the status of suspensions the status of concussions the the status of cabramatta cnn the status of this legal case the status of that legal i slept a highlight show i thought i'm supposed to be seeing what happened in a lead today that i didn't see kazama golf course instead of getting up jay them on every three game legal case in the journalist during the updating our state are just eating it up it'd be like the guys at own the doughnut shop putting strychnine and every doughnut not enough to kill you but enough to make you sick over time to the warriors stopped going to the doughnut shop the most amazing thing as a disease anybody involved here jeered is trying to save this league the vince scully yard about this then scully who broadcast dodgers games force 7 b plus ears the folks the last year that vans scholarly work he did home games only for the dodgers on radio in that last year sports journalist all over the country were praising scully as one of the best the he was considered oldfashioned because he didn't do social media any didn't have canned quips for a long foul ball a long homerun mirani just described the action and he was a purist but he was excellent he was among the best as seventy years behind the microphone would test ribot during his last year constant praise over the weekend scully was some are making speech a qna.
"executive committee" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"All aimed at a settlement ministry pressuring everybody here for a settlement but that's the drive bys the sports drive bys love this because k predicted them is a symbol of what's wrong with america and if if the nfl is part of what's wrong with america it's senseless here are these people everybody in this game one way or the other is killing it the players are doing their part the sports drive visor doing their part the executive committee of the nfl was doing its part is the most amazing thing the actions that this league are taking is think ard are doing great harm to the product you know you can't watch you watch nfl stunning i football i didn't watch game last night i caught the last ten minutes i'm on my watch the post game and the interviews with the with journalists after the ember all about the status of suspensions the status of concussions the status of cabramatta the status of this legal case the status of that legal as lap up a highlight show i thought i'm supposed to be seeing what happened in a league today that i didn't see kazakh blooming of course instead of getting up data on every three gang legal case in the journalist during the updating our our just eating it up it'd be like the guys at own the doughnut shop putting strychnine and every doughnut not enough to kill you but enough to make you sick over time to the warriors stopped going to the doughnut shop the most amazing thing as a disease anybody involved here it is trying to save this league then vince scully yard about this then scully who broadcast dodgers games force 7 b plus years the folks the last year that vans scholarly.
"executive committee" Discussed on WJR 760
"Approve collusion as it's all aimed at a settlement ministry pressuring everbody here for a settlement but that's the drive bys the sports drive bys love this because cape ann it to them is a symbol of what's wrong with america and if the nfl is part of what's wrong with america it's senseless here are these people everybody in this game one way or the other is killing it the players are doing their part the sports drive visor doing their part the executive committee of the nfl's doing its part is the most amazing thing the actions that this league are taking is think ard are doing great harm to the product you know you can't watch you you watch nfl something i football i didn't watch game last night i quote the last ten minutes i'm at my watch the post game and the interviews with the with journalists after the all about the status of suspensions the status of concussions the status of cabramatta the status of this legal case the status of that legal as of a highlight show i thought i'm supposed to be seeing what happened in a league today that i didn't see kazama golf course instead of getting up data on every three game legal case in the journalist during the updating our our just eating it up it'd be like the guys at own the doughnut shop putting strychnine and every doughnut not enough to kill you but enough to make you sick over time to the where you stop going to the doughnut shop it's the most amazing thing as it does the anybody involved here it is trying to save this league then vin scully yard about this then scully who broadcast dodgers games force 7 b plus years the folks the last year that vans scholarly worked he.
"executive committee" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"A settlement ministry pressuring everybody here for a settlement but that's the drive bys the sports drive bys love this because cape and it to them is a symbol of what's wrong with america and if the nfl is part of what's wrong with america did it's senseless here are these people everybody in this game one way or the other is killing it the players are doing their part the sports drive bys are doing their part the executive committee of the nfl was doing its part is the most amazing thing the actions that this league are taking is think art are doing great harm to the product you know you can watch you watch nfl something i football i didn't watch game last night i caught the last ten minutes of it and i watched the post game and the interviews with the with journalists after the m all about the status of suspensions the status of concussions the the status of caper make the status of this legal case the status of that legal as up up a highlight show i thought i'm supposed to be seeing what happened in a lead the day that i didn't see kazakh a of course instead of getting up data on every free gang legal case in the journalist during the updating our our just eating it up it'd be like the guys at own doughnut shop putting strychnine and every doughnut not enough to kill you but enough to make you sick over time to the where you stop going to the doughnut shop the most amazing thing as a disease anybody involved here to trying to save this league then vince scully yard about this then scully who broadcast dodgers games force 7 b plus ears the folks the last year that vans scully worked he did.
"executive committee" Discussed on WRVA
"A settlement ministry pressuring everbody here for a settlement but that's the drive bys the sports drive bys love this because caper nic to them is a symbol of what's wrong with america and if the nfl is part of what's wrong with america it's senseless here these people everybody in his game one way or the other is killing it the players are doing their part the sports drive bys are doing their part the executive committee of the nfl was doing its part is the most amazing thing the actions that this league are taking is think are doing great harm to the product you know you can't watch you watch nfl something i football i didn't watch game last night i caught the last ten minutes of it and i watched the post game and the interviews with the with journalists after being all about the status of suspensions the status of concussions the status of cabramatta the status of this legal case the status of that legal i slept a highlight show i thought i'm supposed to be seeing what happened in a league today that i didn't see kazama of course instead of getting up jay them on every free game legal case in the journalist during the updating our our just eating it up it'd be like the guys at owned a doughnut shop putting strychnine and every doughnut not enough to kill you but enough to make you sick over time to the where you stop going of the doughnut shop the most amazing thing i've said this theory anybody involved here that's trying to save this league then vin scully yard about this then scully who broadcast dodgers games forced 7 b plus ears the folks the last year that vins scholarly work.
"executive committee" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"A settlement ministry pressuring everbody here for a settlement but that's the drive bys the sports drive bys love this because cape predicted them is a symbol of what's wrong with america and if the nfl is part of what's wrong with america did it's senseless here are these people everybody in this game one way or the other is killing it the players are doing their part the sports drive bys are doing their part the executive committee of the nfl was doing its part is the most amazing thing the actions that this league are taking is think are are doing great harm to the product you know you can't watch do you watch nfl something i football i didn't watch game last night i caught the last ten minutes i'm it my watch the post game and the interviews with the with journalists after we have all about the status of suspensions the status of concussions the the status of caper make the status of this legal case the status of that legal as well above this is a highlight show i thought i'm supposed to be saying what happened in a lead today that i didn't see kazama golf course instead of getting up data on every free gang legal case in the journalist during the updating our our just eating it up it'd be like the guys on the doughnut shop putting strychnine and every doughnut not enough to kill you but enough to make you sick over time to the where he just stopped going to the doughnut shop the most amazing thing as a disease anybody involved here that's trying to save this league then vince scully yard about this then scully who broadcast dodgers games force 7 b plus years the folks the last year that vin scholarly worked he did home games only for.
"executive committee" Discussed on War Stories w/ Oliver North
"What happens then is four six days the united states government does something that it really does it met in secret kennedy's executive committee considered different responses to this soviet nuclear provocation on october twenty first uh the president decides that the quarantine is away on october twenty second eight days after richard highs irs you two flight kennedy prepared revealed to the nation and the world that we knew the soviets had nuclear missiles in cuba in moscow it was well past midnight inside the kremlin shift from the soviet military waited uneasily for jfk's speech shove his the heart and he says london a tent lose cuban returned to his colleagues as this might however end up in a peak war the us in the soviets prepare for war in our armed forces including this naval air station go on high alert that's just add on war story unmistakable evidence has established the fact but a series of antihiv missile site is now in preparation on that in prison island twenty two october nineteen sixty one president john kennedy told a tense nation about the soviet nuclear threat just ninety miles from america's shores as he spoke the us navy was on high alert i recall stopping in the warden to watch the beginning of the kennedy speech additional site not yet completed appear to be designed for intermediate range ballistic missiles the president ordered a quarantine of cuba while we knew that if there was a quarantine than us navy going to have to do it a 23yearold instant peter hook thousand from see more indiana was a communications officer on the uss blendi the night jfk spoke after the speech the blamed immediately set sail from newport rhode island our orders were to challenge soviet merchant ships heading towards cuba navy task force one thirty six including over two hundred ships the ship so the task force took positions in a five hundred 500mile arc around the island by ten a m 24 october just a day and a half after jfk's speech cuba was affected we cut all nationwide our military went to the highest level of alert air force pilot which advisers saw the build up first and so much harm.
"executive committee" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"He can't tell me that that's just a coincidence and i don't know if it's the shoes were wearing if it's the surface were playing on um there's some of those noncontact injuries that definitely got to look at uh there are some excitement around here at least at espn you know we get this uh that this huge analytic department here and the schedule lined up so nicely for the sandy or sorry for the los angeles chargers uh compared to the rest of their division and you know i wasn't a believer iraq tend to think like you you move a franchise to get your quarterback driving seventy miles each way in a in a traffic killed highway like this is not a recipes for success with an olympics people here for whatever it's worth it he scm they think the charges are gonna win that division crown student inspiring looks chatting writer she sixgame suspension before i ask you to punishment fit declined can you first tell us what you declined was well that's the thing i mean i i don't know exactly what the crime weather i know that if it's what he's accused up then sure i i think the punishment fits the crime but i don't know if he's guilty and as a as an executive committee member of the nfl pierre i i applaud the nfl pa for fighting for the players in all these situations because a lot of times these these investigations quite honestly earn handled properly and and i know it's tough for the nfl they get uh that that publicity but if the players not guilty and the players not guilty and the due process here it just doesn't seem to be fair in my mind a really nfl pas my so i applaud the nfl pa for for standing up for each and every player he in every situation is kind of have in their back um because if we've seen time and time again that these.
"executive committee" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"To talk to the whole glycol each well first of all when they met the first task would the executive committee that was the decision of the whole black caucus and no president has the right to tell members of congress what their decisions of gonna be if he was going to meet with any caucus if that caucus says the democratic caucuses well we are gonna let the head of our korca's nancy pelosi and to address the executive committee meet that is their decision they will elect he kate just tell we can order people around the knottiest staff desk one so the beat that's not of thin deed that is how you do in politics just like would they can't come and say we want to meet with the whole cabinet he says omnipresent you give me would me you can be much cheaper step that's his option the executive branch does it dictate to the legislative branch how to go have a meeting they're not do it ego dad's everything to do would you do business if you told me there was a problem at your job in our call your job i can't tell their moves gonna be in the meeting if the boss of the job says i'll need and his lose in the meeting that suzanne the meeting and i think that a a lot of us are given him too many allowances like he is in charge of everything in every way he is not there's one second to suggest that he is going to have the justice department gave get rid of affirmative action and start talking about suing based on all whites being discriminated has nothing to do with the black caucus not meeting it has everything to do with that is the a gender that they have decided they may have me the career for a new beginning where they will go into question is how we go response and i do not you're absolutely right we do disagree they give will you call let's go to robby in huntsville alabama dougie eu peace seventeenhundred robby you given a real without shopped yes hello reverend al and argued with ferrets arm i just wanted to eight career in alabama especially we have special election on august fifteen for the senate seat vacated by other regard session and i just wanted to let people now and a held at a looker strangers running air dorothy in our.