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"executive committee member" Discussed on ESPN FC
"For Swiss, prosecutor hotties way should be rotated and unwashed the whole story about Basically, he's he's not just president. He's also the big boss of being sports and also you executive committee member being sport acquired World Cup rates from fee for this is many years ago when Jerome Valk was general secretary. He stands accused of essentially paying a bribe leading Jerome balch holiday in his fancy villa or vilis access to in Sardinia. This case has been going on for for awhile twenty-eight months is a long time I don't expect to ever GonNa ever GonNa spend a single day in prison, but I'll tell you what it's not a good look for being sport PSG. Yeah. Don't think it's a good look for us at home. Is the infection rate rises here in England we've had managers like David Moyes testing positive being sent home from a league. Cup Game just just an hour before kick-off we have the government delaying the return of supporters into stadiums or you're gonna be pilot programs as of October first and football and clubs in the lower divisions are I I've been hit really hard. Also today a new report out there saying that the the coronavirus had impact on player trading. So there's like a net. A net loss of revenue or net loss of cash inflow of around five hundred million might be kind of food we. Carney packed I. I. We both live in London There's a weird vibe going on right now. Yeah. This negative dynamic around everything. Especially football and we talk about now is is really roaring because you said some clubs especially in the Lower League. Struggling. Really. Struggling financially having fans going back even even a small number have helped financially. That's how they make most of their money as obviously fans the. Lower Leagues that's not going to happen. They were hoping for the first week of October to have some sort of fans by Kane, that's going to be delayed I think quite significantly. And it's just it's just not good I. Think Clubs are looking for help from the government maybe we talked about one, billion, one, point, five, billion of. A. Package to the clubs and they could they could have some money coming in because Ryan is is very different. It's. Sean Deitz I mean, I posted this on social media and he might have been taken slightly out of context but he made the point like, Oh, I don't understand why more successful clubs I primarily clubs. You know are being pressured to help Did it helps less accessible ones I smaller ones because frankly that doesn't happen in other industries and. Hughes Hedge funds like it's not like successful hedge funds go and bail out less successful hedge funds now. I may own views on this and football is obviously. Different it'd be the clubs are. Interdependent on each other. In a way that hedge funds obviously aren't plus by the way it's a bit rich shoot manager of Burnley basically your bank old and subsidized by Manchester United and Liverpool, and Arsenal decide to share their money with you with a TV deal. So I don't WanNa. Go There Sean it's not but it is. I think that he's telling I do think there is a point. Maybe. There are simply too many professional clubs in England. Like you can still have the community science and whatever semi pro or an amateur club, and maybe there is a restructuring in the works yet. Maybe that's good. Then took him by Sean Dash and Burnley `bout or close to be taken over by an American businessman, which would mean seventy five percent of the clubs and the primarily gap are foreign-owned. What's the latest on? On Burnley and is this warring is when to have so much foreign ownership I don't think he's wearing I think reflects the primarily reflects England or brought. These men could also in invest in football and they did and then apparently they're they're selling to this guy I mean look we live in a globalised economy and I think England's generally been far more pro foreign investment as you know, the most other European Leagues This guy. Was Vitamins guy named screaming pace. Pace. Alan Pacers Right. He's lived in. London. According to his linked in page lived in London since since October twenty nineteen. So he does have some roots here and It's a former president of wral. Salt. Lake although that was many many years ago. It's funny because. The local paper and he's described as. Financial Guru Tech giant I don't know I. Said you know. So said, many times before will come in with good intention. That's fine whether they come over the money comes from I will say this the people who own the club now and in particular my garlic who I think is. The minority owner he is one of the best most sensible executives out there I hope he sticks around even if the club is sold. Spurs player openly qualify Macedonia and yes Stella Allie will be there jewels. He may even stick around after the window closes based on what Marino says changes his mind. It's makes sense right and what about their sexual striker would would. Be a good option. I'm formulaic after be honest I. think that would be perfect. What's knee different profile to hurricane to hung means son that would work really well to with bed of course that we work really well, and also this potentially good deal to be done that financially. So that works and for daily Marino said expect him to stay and watch bring him back to his said he's been so inconsistent which we should fair reflection. NOT BOUGHT UP PSG nonsense. No. That was not. I don't know I don't know where that came from. I don't know who would take on daily right now anyway after the last eighteen months heart. So probably the easiest way for Spurs. was keeping in trying to build his confidence by. On Monday you said that live still had plenty of goals in the season despite losing Patrick Chicken Team Ovarian. Clearly for different gap because they've signed striker. Alexander. Soros. And obviously, they tried to sign him before and then there was some some medic unscripted products rights who? This is a weird one. Okay. Obviously, you look at his profile as a as a striker and you know he's certainly not Jima Verner and not Patrick. Very, different sort of player but yet it really successful season last year tribes on and took. Yeah Yeah. Yeah. Okay not. Just. Checking. was in Turkey. Yeah. Okay. All about get Turkish twitter on your rear end. If Underside love Turkish football my boy got a cliche you know in the League. Stop it but. I do sense that. To some degree. You don't they don't really need super quality striker. They just see somebody who will finish and because they create so many chances and hopefully Danny elmo Forsberg will hopefully play a big role. This year was what I did more on the set. And I trust. Have Been. So agree with recruitment I was kidding about solar dot but is any too much December. Fallas put would have gone for someone very different to Putin. That's why that's why I'm a bit struggling to get the logic behind solar I think they. I think it's been been around a long time and. I wouldn't be surprised if it becomes more of something with one guy up like one or the other, and maybe maybe in Koo Koo and and Olmo behind saboteur running in I mean they do have other they do have other options but yeah, there is a I just thought. Sort of. Doesn't it sound like some strange animal like you know Oh, at the light zoo, we have the only living south. Going know like a a bad guy in gem James Bond Villain. Now, slot on. 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"executive committee member" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Now I doppler radar already off to a warm start today it's gonna get scorching hot this afternoon highs in the mid nineties right now eighty three info KD two in fort Lauderdale and Hialeah and he'd outlined Georgia is allowing some small businesses to reopen today including hair and nail salons president trump's been critical of Georgia's governor is health experts say the move comes too early new polling shows that seventy two percent of Americans think moving too quickly to loosen stay at home orders is a greater threat to the country then moving too slowly and that's a sentiment largely shared across political ideologies eighty two percent of Republicans polled say social distancing and stay at home orders are responsible government policies that are saving lives ninety eight percent of Democrats responding the same ABC news episodes poll also reviewing seventeen percent of Republicans believe it's an overreaction and infringes on an individual's freedom to percent of Democrats polled feel the same one employees ABC news New York today president trump will sign the latest financial stimulus into law this one provides three hundred ten billion dollars in funding for small businesses a hundred billion to hospitals in Culver nineteen testing Brian Clark ABC news coming up on eight oh three hundreds of new coronavirus cases in South Florida alone numbers released overnight show over two hundred new cases in Miami Dade County over a hundred M. Broward in eighty six and Palm Beach that's almost half of the more than one thousand new cases reported yesterday the reopen Florida task force meanwhile will be handing their recommendations to the governor today I will have some some certainly a good amount of standards that as to what we need to do going forward to protect the public and ensure that we don't have a resurgence executive committee member in Broward mayor Dale Holness says some of the ideas could include limiting restaurant capacity converting parking lot space into outdoor seating and there's also talks about requiring hair salon workers and customers to wear masks and maintain social distancing Miami beach city manager discussing reopening plants they were commissioners for when it's deemed safe to do so safety is key Miami beach will reopen in a phased in pragmatic way to avoid a second wave of the corona virus but commissioner Ricky Arriola says they understand people need to get back to work as soon as possible the economic hangover from the shut down it's gonna be very painful and we need to address it as soon as we can he says the re opening of hotels restaurants bars and retail will most likely include monitoring and testing the commission is seeking input from both the public and private sectors they're hoping to start the process sometime.
African football body CAF in disarray, audit reveals
"Hi Connie we're going to talk about the confederation of African football because an old it into the state to the continental governing body has revealed an organization in a state of disarray really both with regard to finances and government governance calf meets on Friday to discuss the order to along with plans for major reforms of the body and the continental game itself the BBC's piers Edwards has seen a copy of the old it prepared by the accounting firm PWC he told us first of all why the report was commissioned well the report came about fool two reasons firstly cast executive committee approved it early last year but the real reason it went head was because of the unprecedented decision to instill faith sector general from assume or as a general delegate for Africa that was in a bid to improve governance and calf and as I understand it was a condition of the general day to go well that's the old it would take place and it started just a few months after her appointment in August last year so that's why the report came about what does it say about the running of calf what is sure to paint a picture of an organization in Kelso council described as unreliable and untrustworthy lower ranking stuff labeled de motivated and who works in the general organizational structure of calf is also criticized effectively described as I'm fit for purpose now the executive committee which is a faithfully caps board is described as hindering progress since it was found to delay critical business decisions by any meeting four times a year and in terms of general organization the orders as the basic math is such as stuff attendance and holidays a not even registered on the subject of money is says it is incredibly hard to to order if cap for the very simple reason that most of the organizations that payments are made in cash and that includes is payroll to stuff for the old it raises more serious questions and in particular a questions the validity of at least twenty million dollars worth of payments which are said to either have a little supporting evidence unlike what will be deemed higher risk or of course both in the old it also reviews thirty five payments to the executive committee that was cast board effectively and found that none of those thirty five payments have the required documentation to clearly establish those payments legitimacy baby she's pairs had which has been looking at the order ten to the confederation of African football he told us what it has to say about calf president I'm at in particular well the auditors who price Waterhouse coopers want an investigation into what role president out among others had in the controversial decision to employ a little and gym equipment manufacturer in the southern from school to school still well they became a key supplier of schools where to calf now types who steals own is an old friend of Ahmad's attache and I'm AT has emphatically denied wrongdoing about this case in the past none the less some of the financial transactions between calf and tentacles still are described in the old it as being highly suspicious so that's the day tell the question now is what all calf going to do about this report will cancel executive committee is G. three very shortly on Friday and that's to address both the order and the recommendations of a joint FIFA calf tall schools which is cool for wholesale changes in the way cath is both structured and run and among these changes is the desire to effectively remove administrative power from the executive committee and to change how that committee that we knew were rations are determined which the order says is county being done by a committee members themselves well half of the knowledge that things happy mum badly saying they are now tackling historic problems that dates back in decades but with the executive committee members would address the recommendations remains to be seen that's a baby she's pace at which you can read more about the order timed cast response on the BBC sport website two other lines regarding the confederation of African football this morning the governing body has sealed an agreement with Egypt the country where it's always been based which gives it the same legal rights as other international non governmental organizes calf says the deal gives it quote immunities and privileges similar to those granted to international organizations and diplomatic missions and ahead of that meeting on Friday which as well as governments will discuss important footballing reforms African legend someone letter has made clear his opposition to the idea of moving the Africa Cup of nations to a full yearly cycle from every two years the shift has been talked up by FIFA boss John Infantino when would be warmly welcomed by European clubs who wouldn't lose that place because so often but that's okay who's close to both Infantino and trust president Ahmet told the French broadcast RFI that the move would not be in Africa's
Palestinian refugees insulted by Trump's 'shameful' deal
"Morning president trump has outlined his plan for peace in the Middle East he announced the deal yesterday at the White House he was with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu it calls for two states Israel and a quote future state of Palestine I want this deal to be a great deal for the Palestinians has to be today's agreement is a historic opportunity for the Palestinians to finally achieve an independent state of their very own after seventy years of little progress this could be the last opportunity they will ever have the envisioned Palestinian state would remain under Israeli security control which is something that Palestinians say is unacceptable and the president says Jerusalem will remain the undivided capital of Israel the Palestinians want at least part of Jerusalem as their own capital for any future state online with me now from Ramallah is ten nine astro weeks he's an executive committee member of the Palestine Liberation Organization the main political body representing Palestinians this group rejects the plan Mrs Riley thanks for joining us thank you my pleasure and honor my past president of the Palestinian authority was quoted as saying of this plan a thousand times no one I know well it's not the Palestinians are saying no I think we should put things in proper perspective as Israelis and Americans are saying no to justice not to international law not to recognition of signed agreements not to international humanitarian law and not to the global consensus on the requirements of peace what they're doing as as as for Jane are working together for an agreement that there is an Israeli American agreement at first it was cynically timed in order to meet the needs of their not ten Yahoo is that corruption charges and their camps impeachment trial and of course both that impending elections and at the same time totally meeting Israeli needs accommodating Landsat accommodating settlements annexation of Jerusalem all of these are war crimes and you getting the borders of Palestine maintaining the occupation on re inventing the defining the occupation to become as system of control why telling the Palestinians down the road if you're a good little boys and girls who may have had with that because they this is certainly not an SFE for peace that set us up before that but you ation of the occupation and the conflict let me ask you something you mention the Palestinians being cut out of this the Palestinians did stop talking to the trump administration after president trump said he would move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem I wonder now looking back do you think it was a mistake to not be part of this process whether one is no press this button please speaking then what do you mean by that there was no process because the Americans were busy coordinating with the Israelis and then delivering to Israel illegally unilateral steps when the you is this administration I'm not saying the U. S. as when this administration went temp decide that that is going to recognize is as illegal and exceptional Jerusalem out capital Palestinian territory occupied by Israel not only to recognize it to move unilaterally and illegally in the American embassy to Jerusalem and then closing the embassy the the consulate to and from Jerusalem which was the diplomatic mission to Palestine in eighteen forty four closing our mission and palace and that Washington and then the funding everything Palestinian and then attacking the refugees and so it meant that the Americans have become really partners with this man and as the war crime of of annexation and expansionism you are saying there was no point to have been part of this process each the it wouldn't have made any sense the way the situation was going let me ask you about some of the specifics in the plan it would allow this plan it would allow Israel to annex some contested settlements in the west bank Israel is planning a vote on that as soon as this weekend what would your response be if Israel does vote to annex those settlements well first of all these I'm not contest that settlements these out illegal settlements built illegally on Palestinian land frankly speaking that annexing and they're out extending Israeli law on the settlements and what they're doing is giving them to themselves that I could continue with the process that's been taking place they have expanded they have built in more than half a million settlers into the west bank they have stolen a lot of land already so they're staying is saying we're going to vote that we're going to keep it and we're going to expand what will saying is that there has to be accountability for is that that have to be curbs on Israeli behavior and lawlessness and of course the US has only emboldened and supported these ones now if they take such a step of course that would be protests of course most of the world I mean people have been issuing statements we have hundreds of you and his emotions and they haven't been and payment that and everybody says no we cannot accept this this is a legal from the E. U. to everybody else today you and and yet nobody does anything because it is and enjoys full impunity and it is being covered by this U. S. administration's positions and actions and partnerships and crime this is extremely dangerous if this is how international relations are going to be done then it means the law can no longer prevail and that is the law of the jungle hi nana Charlize a senior member of the PLO ms Ashrawi thank you so much for your time he almost got
"executive committee member" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Virginia Democrats are backing off plans to introduce articles of impeachment against democratic governor Justin Fairfax Virginia NWC p executive committee member Phil Thompson believes Fairfax should be heard and wants an independent investigator to investigate the allegations for him to have to go to an impeachment hearing in front of a body that is pretty much. Call for him to resign seems a little bit of a kangaroo court, and we don't think that's a fair outcome.
Virginia Dems back off efforts to impeach Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax
"Virginia Democrats are backing off plans to introduce articles of impeachment against democratic governor Justin Fairfax Virginia NWC p executive committee member Phil Thompson believes Fairfax should be heard and wants an independent investigator to investigate the allegations for him to have to go to an impeachment hearing in front of a body that is pretty much. Call for him to resign seems a little bit of a kangaroo court, and we don't think that's a fair outcome.
"executive committee member" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"To real estate professionals from Rhode Island who are married not only to their work. But also to each other a couple who worked together side by side every day. Joining us now is Ron Phipps and Susan Martin Phipps real tours at fits realty and relocation services in East Greenwich. Rhode Island Ron was the two thousand eleven president of the national association of realtors and is currently serving on any ours. Executive committee. Susan is the senior appraiser at Phipps realty and executive committee member of the appraisal foundation in Washington DC, and the chair of Rhode Island's appraisal board, and they started their real estate careers together while still in college running Susan welcome back to real estate today. Gave is great to be with you. We are. So glad you're here. And how about happy Valentine's Day a few days early. We liked that he liked. So let's look at what it's like to be a married couple and working together in the same. Brokerage every day. So I imagine there's some ups and downs to that arrangement. So let's begin with the ups. What are the best parts about that? Susan. I think it's the complete understanding what we're going through of what each other's going through. We understand the frustrations. We understand the the clients and the buyers and sellers and the houses and the market, and it's really just one thing you can just come home and continue it, which is also one of the cons. But it is seamless lives are seamless in between work professionalism and family, you know, see by actually would build them a little bit. Am I had the privilege of working with my best friend? I remember when we took the bow. Dow's word traditional dhows, we did promise to honor and cherish and respect each other in what is it sickness, and in health, etc. Etc. When you take it to business and have the opportunity to really share your professional, life and your personal life. You've got to partner visit able to celebrate those amazing piece, but also to be with you in those valleys in that really empowers you to be a better self, and what I very much grateful for is it Susan encourages me. Encourage her kids everybody around her to really be them be themselves at their finest at their best. That's a really fine attribute for anybody. And I have the privilege of having that person as my business partner, and is my wife that is wonderful. And now are there any cons? He's still doesn't get my coffee, right? I take my coffee. But cases changed so she likes the differently than she did. Like it. The cons frankly on occasion. The distinction between work and life, sometimes gets blurred. And what that means it you're having a really really bad day on a transaction or situation when you come home and you're both in the same field. You have a tendency to really work through it on occasion. You wanna fix for it? When the other person really doesn't wanna fix. They just want to vent about it. I it's hard. It's just saying, you know, what we've got it not talk about real estate tonight because it was a frustrating day and in life, the majority of days are great. But on occasion, you just have a David is particularly challenging and you've got to deal with it. But on occasion, it's nice not to deal with it at home in the other footnote is Susan is passionate about what she believes. And she's very willing one of the things they most value our willingness to really carve through it in criticize not the person, and an occasion, I really don't want my behavior criticize I just wanted to say, yes, I understand. The appraisers critical mind often. Sometimes we do come home and leaving work at the door can be very difficult because we are both in the business, and we both know what each other's going through. So like Ryan said sometimes we just have to say, hey, no talk about any house at all. We have to talk about other things movies travel in other fun things. Art, our love that grandkids. So rod in all these years. What have you learned from Susan? Wow. So I learned that Susan is probably one of the hardest working most detail oriented people. I know and I've learned that her approach to her profession is amazing as a practical matter. She is. Just she's an amazing professional partner with and the end of the day was kind of interesting is you spend a lot of time as husband and wife together. But when you have the privilege of working together it gives you an opportunity to see the people in multiple dimensions. Not just in a husband and wife role in that regard. I still am an offer. And Steve I married way way way up. I remember Ron you've told me that before whenever we talk about your wife. You said, yeah, you reached high and you lucked out. There's no doubt. I'm still reaching. Ron actually, he sees the best in everyone, and he brings out the best. And everyone's so it works out. That's wonderful and Susan how about you. What have you learned working side by side with Ron? His recall of properties and situations is remarkable he remembers almost everything that he's done in the last forty years, and he can really come to very quick recall. What the house is like what improvements have been made when they were made. If there was any issue. You know, why property didn't sell why did sound so quickly so history. We call is amazing. I have to write everything down run has just instant recall for everything's truly amazing. He's a really good resource for not only me, isn't it. Razer, but. The state of constantly calling him for his expertise, which it's pretty cool. That is wonderful. Ron and Susan. I hope you have a wonderful Valentine's Day this coming Thursday. And thank you for joining us on the show. Is pleasure. Runs hips and Susan Martin Phipps with v realty in East Greenwich. Rhode.
"executive committee member" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To real estate professionals from Rhode Island who are married not only to their work. But also to each other a couple who work together side by side every day. Joining us now is Ron Phipps and Susan Martin Phipps real tours at Phipps realty and relocation services in East Greenwich. Rhode island. Ron was the two thousand eleven president of the national association of realtors and it's currently serving on any ours. Executive committee. Susan is the senior appraiser at Phipps realty. An executive committee member of the appraisal foundation in Washington DC, and the chair of Rhode Island's appraisal board and. And they started their real estate careers together while still in college running Susan welcome back to real estate today gave it's great to be with you. We are. So glad you're here. And how about happy Valentine's Day a few days early. We like that. So let's look at what it's like to be a married couple and working together in the same. Brokerage every day. So I imagine there some ups and downs to that arrangement. So let's begin with the ups. What are the best parts about that? Susan. I think it's the complete understanding what we're going through what each other's going through. We understand the frustrations. We understand the the clients and the the buyers and sellers and houses and the market, and it's really just one thing you can just come home and continue it, which is also one of the cons. But it is seamless. Our lives are seen within between work professionalism and family, you know, see by actually would build them a little bit. I had the privilege of working with my best friend. And remember when we took the bow our bows, traditional dhows, we did promise to honor and cherish and respect each other in what is it sickness, and in health, etc. Etc. When you take it to business and have the opportunity to really share your professional, life and your personal life. You've got a true partner. Visit able to celebrate those amazing piece, but also to be with you in those deep valleys in that really empowers you to be a better self, and what I very much grateful for is it Susan encourages me. Encourage her kids everybody around her to really be them be themselves at their finest at their best. That's a really fine attribute for anybody. And I have the privilege of having that person as my business partner, and is my wife that is wonderful. And now are there any cons? He's still doesn't get my coffee, right? How I take my coffee. How crazy is that her has changed? So she likes the differently than she did. Like it. The cons frankly on occasion. The distinction between work and life, sometimes gets blurred. And what that means it if you're having a really really bad day on a transaction situation when you come home and you're both in the same field. You have a tendency to really work through it. On occasion. You wanna fix for it? When the other person really doesn't wanna fix. They just want to vent about it on occasion, that's hard. It's just saying, you know, what we've got not talk about real estate tonight because it was a frustrating day in life. The majority of days are great. But on occasion, you just have David is particularly challenging and you've got to deal with it. But on occasion, it's nice not to deal with it at home. And the other footnote is Susan is passionate about what she believes. And she's very willing one of the things they most value our willingness to really carve through it in criticize not the person that the behavior at an occasion. I really don't want my behavior criticize I just wanted to say, yes, I understand. The appraisers critical mind often. Sometimes we do come home and leaving work at the door can be very difficult because we are both in the business, and we both know what each other is going through. So like Ron said sometimes we just have to say, hey, no talk about any house at all. We have to talk about other things movies and travel in other fun things. Art, I love that grandkids. So ron. In all these years. What have you learned from Susan? Wow. So I've learned that Susan is probably one of the hardest working most detail oriented people. I know and I've learned that her approach to her profession is amazing. As a practical matter. She is. She just is she's an amazing professional partner with and the end of the day. Kind of interesting is you spend a lot of time. It's husband and wife together. But when you have the privilege of working together it gives you an opportunity to see the people in multiple dimensions. Not just in a husband and wife role in that regard. I still offer. And Steve I married way way way up. I remember you've told me that before whenever we talk about your wife. You said, yeah, you reached high and you lucked out. There's no doubt. I'm still reaching. That's what I love about. Ron actually, he sees the best in everyone. And he brings out the best and everyone so it works out. That's wonderful and Susan how about you. What have you learned working side by side with Ron? His recall of properties and situations is remarkable he remembers almost everything that he's done in the last forty years, and he can really come to very quick recall. What the house is like what improvements have been made when they were made. If there was any issue. You know, why property didn't sell a why it did south quickly? So his recall is amazing. I have to write everything down Ron has just instant recall for everything's truly amazing. He's a really good resource for not only me as an appraiser, but across the state are constantly calling him for his expertise. Which is it's pretty cool. That is wonderful. Ron and Susan. I hope you have a wonderful Valentine's Day this coming Thursday. And thank you for joining us on the show. Is pleasure. Runs hips and Susan Martin Phipps with Phipps realty in East Greenwich. 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"executive committee member" Discussed on Here & Now
"We've just envisioned the way the holidays feel for a lot of little kids. And if you're the parent of young children, you met you may be the one telling them to give those giants uncle hair and Suzy are the guy down the street, hugs and kisses back, which is well, meaning, but it is also apparently a new no, no because many kids don't want to and more pediatricians psychologists are telling parents don't force them. One of them is New York pediatrician Jack Levin executive committee member on developmental and behavioral pediatrics at the American Academy of pediatrics and doctor Levin in my team obvious. You know, forced affection is a little creepy. But remind us why not do it. Well, if you force children to hug or kiss someone who they may not know very, well, then they're not having a say in the decision. On who to show their affection too. And then they begin to feel that showing this affection is expected at someone else's asking and that their feelings and Phillips don't really matter on the issue, which is not a very positive experience for that. Right. You don't teach them about Tani over their own body. That's correct. Yes. And they feel that external forces are more or equally as important as their own feelings on how they should be kissing and hugging and then later on in life with it should be intimate. But you know, this can make parents feel embarrassed. Right. Because it feels if their child is not respecting an elder or not functioning in some way. So how should parents handle? This people have understand that children have individual differences as do adults in that some children have temperament where it's a little slower for them to warm up to people other children may have social emotional skills in which they take a longer time before they. The talk to people or their ability to make friends is a little bit slower than other children and even language skills on occasion can be different in some children. Don't feel as comfortable in conversation. And all of this is okay. And that children just needs to progress at their own speed. And they need the support and love of their caregivers to nurture them along the way and shepherd them. So that when they're ready to do these things they can do them and feel good about innocent in a certain point. You know, kids, we know very so self centered the world revolves around them and part of childhood is learned to have empathy for other people in one of the ways to do that is to make eye contact. So some are encouraging parents to just say, okay, you don't have to hug you to touch. But just look somebody in the eye some children don't like to look at people in the eye. Some kids are a little more socially anxious than others. But there's a lot of other ways children can show respect for their relatives. They can take their coats when they come in. They can make drawings for them. They can make place cards do a number of other things rather than things that they feel uncomfortable with. So I think it's important for parents to discuss with their child prepare them even role play with them perhaps. And then give the child to say and some forewarning and give him an opportunity to express their own feelings on how they want to show their respect to their relative to your point that some kids don't like to make eye contact. They're not ready at we should say the children on the autism spectrum. Maybe very uncomfortable with that we're reading that. There are some families to put together picture books. You know, here's who these people are coming because you forget for a little kid who's at about knee height. This can be overwhelming to suddenly have a room filled with people who want to hug you very much. So and force them to do things makes matters worse. Most kids will come around. I believe, you know, then they will develop the social skills that are appropriate for them and for their family and getting along with relatives. And is. Very important for parents to support their child and their decisions and feelings that they have about themselves in their bodies. And how they relate to other people are are validated in this last year. The girl scouts put out a memo, titled reminder, she doesn't oh anyone a hug not even at the holidays, and they have a developmental psychologist..
"executive committee member" Discussed on AM Joy
"Yeah. And you are an executive committee member of something called the southern rural black women's initiative. Talk a little bit about the work that you're doing now. Yeah, that's that's an fact. That's why I've had to come to this area. We have three state project consistent of women throughout Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi. We've sought at a work on sewin- coop. We do asset development work. We do. Civic engagement work. We work with young women and leadership and so forth, and it's just it's rewarding work because then you can have some influence on on young women who are coming forward today who want to do good work in their communities, but needs some God and sin being able to figure out what to do and how to do it. Yeah. And I don't wanna get you pulled into politics, but there is a black woman running for the governorship of your home state of Georgia. Stacey Abrams a have to get your thoughts on her. And can you win in a state like Georgia it, you know, we're going to do everything we can I. Well, let me say I will do everything I can to help her and I'm hoping she can be successful with that. You know, we thought we wouldn't give would be one hundred years before we get a black president that happened. So I would say that, yes, it's probably and should be possible in the state of Georgia to see that kind of change happen. Yeah, absolutely. And I should also mention Lucy MacBeth. Who lost her son tragically in an incident of race based violence, a gun is also running to so black women seem to be, I don't know, black woman and Georgia's seem to have a little special something. What is what is it about you ladies Georgia? Well, we just have the figure out how to survive and we go for it. Yeah, absolutely. Well, surely Surat it's such an honor to talk to you. Thank you so much for being here. Really appreciate it. Hope you'll come back to New York often. Okay, thank you. Thank you. She is great. Well, I want to take a quick moment to which speedy recovery to civil rights legend and Georgia. Congressman John Lewis who was hospitalized yesterday after falling ill on a plane, a spokesperson for the congressman said that he was hospitalized for routine observation and is expected to be released today get well soon, sir. Absolutely need you more aimed after the break. Sometimes the label is everything this week. Volunteer Trump announced her namesake fashion line shutting down, following months of boycotts and and scrutiny over potential conflicts of interest with her job and her father's White House. Although we Bunka says, she's closing the line to focus on her new life in politics. The brand may be closing for another reason, bad business sales spike during the two thousand sixteen election, but have dropped in the past eighteen months amid backlash to the Trump administration's policies as New York magazine's. The cut put it karma is a triple markdown coming up Donald Trump's TV lawyer, Rudy Guiliani is making Sunday show round this morning, defending his client by tacking is clint's former lawyer who has tapes that should work out. Well, more am joy after the break. Just a lot of things going on. I appreciate that my profession may disagree they often do, but look. Policies matter a lot. Jake and I think the president deserves a victory lap team Trump including White House, economic adviser. Larry cudlow want you to believe that Trump has rescued. The economy Tada, we'll has. He Teradata del Joe Coniston. Michelle Bernard are back with me. Okay. With Tara business lady, it felt solved. Apparently the economy was terrible when it was under done that, let's put up a four. This is four. John Harwood, tweeted the strong four point, one percent growth being touted by Trump fixing the economy. It ranks fifth compared to four different quarters under Obama. So economy fixed economy the same what is going on Trump fixed the magic magic magician, sorcerer. Look Trump again, lying and one thing though I wanna point out about Trump's lying about the economy though is we're laughing, but it bareness to the seriousness of what he's doing..
"executive committee member" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"A top executive their restaurant they giving gifts the two thousand fourteen world cup every executive committee member executive committee is the most powerful at the time that one those that's where world cup for housing other important issues we went into the hotel room to find a goody bag stuff with meeting stopping 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 and inserting our moral structure or judicial structure questions you know briberies from a legal point of view it more complicated subject that is some kind of a moral point of view i think the laws on bribery are complicated and vary from place to place and it's definitely true that many countries in the world what's known as commercial bribery which is sort of a private private corporations or individuals agreed to bribe one another is often not explicitly legal as opposed to what we think public bribery which could be public sexual taking or giving bribes for or you know kind of benefit but you know that that loss expense the us there is no federal commercial bribery statute in the us there are some states with commercial bribery statues new york state comes to mind that utah letters i have it but it's not the rule so what the prosecutors in this case if argued is a bit specious to say what bribe is perfectly allowable in our country therefore you know this investigation found imposing american laws our country because i think site tone of admiration for clever what's it what's the prosecutors figured out how to do was was really smart to get around that whole issue by issue which is ultimately walk the crimes o'brien with was the misdeeds bribery crimes that they're focusing on her factor not robbery in the case why they considered species of fraud i'm what they're essentially saying is that these people committed different kinds of fraud on mood to taking money for things they shouldn't take take it because almost every instance these are officers of different soccer organizations 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 defrauding their organization of officers who honor the ethics codes they've signed and so what the government did is they charge him with a bunch of fraud it's pretty hard is not because they they've pretty clearly show are they have they signed the ethics code and they it wasn't aware of it and they they did these things anyway and their organizational but they did and defrauded them because it costs eur mutation money it's sorta tantamount in the sense that skewing money for the corporation your organization you work for we'll get to the who done in the next segment i love loan and rarely have visitors so when i slipped and fell in the kitchen last fun and couldn't get to a phone i knew i was in trouble i could barely move i tried calling for help but no one could hear me as i lay there i couldn't help but think of my kids and grandkids having to go on without me i was terrified it took eight hours from my neighbor to find me it could have been the end of me that's when i knew i needed.
"executive committee member" 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 member" Discussed on WDRC
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"executive committee member" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"R block online software and a mobile tax products and solutions she also serves as executive committee member of the sri file alliance very impressive heather it's an absolute pleasure to have you here today and um uh to one what's all this about d i uh why tax cranes were willing to take on stress in order to save money uh the majority of tax payers um to do it themselves are actually doing it and because they're trying to phase name even though it is a stressful tax or a chuckle process steve me and the good news is that there is a lot of free option out there and one of them is h r block monsignor how and what they cannot block point zero about on extending tax payers next they filed both their struggle and their state taxpayers completely free and even for clients who are a little bit more complex and they own a home or they may actually get charitable donation they also would qualify to file under easternbloc more are program we would surveys indicate uh uh and um how indepth has the research beer in terms of leave the distress factor of of not doing this then and then let me let me play at the second part of the year the sentence here how much is that affected what do you recommend for people uh when the tax deadline is ah is up here well uh that the la taxpayers race third raid about thirty five percent of them are actually um starting to think about how they're going to file already so before the end of the calendar year and one of the best things to limit the biggest advantage bandages is around getting organized and one of the best way to do that is actually to start taking pictures i've documents that you have around the house and getting those organized and feel a digital ball such as my block and then that way when they're ready to do their taxes at any point uh next fear they'll have all the documents at their fingertips be big problem in listen i'm not perfect although.
"executive committee member" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"And a mobile tax products and solutions she also serves as executive committee member of the sri file alliance very impressive heather it's an absolute pleasure to have you here today and um to one what's all this about d i uh why tax cranes were willing to take on stress in order to save money thorough well uh the majority of the pact air um to do it themselves are actually doing it because they're trying to phase mccain's even though it is a trust all tax or a triple crown so season and the good news is that there is a whole lot of play options out there and one of them it's not blocked one zero and what they can i bought one zero about on extending taxpayers next they filed both their struggle and their state taxpayers completely free and even for clients to a little bit some five you may own a home or they may actually get charitable donation they also would qualify to file under or eastern bloc more europe program we want to give surveys indicate uh uh and um how indepth has the research career in terms of leave the distress factor of of not doing this then and then let me let me put add the second part of the the certain senior how much is that affected and what do you recommend for people uh when the tax deadline is ah is up here well as they the la taxpayers we third laid about thirty five for some of them are actually um starting to think about how they're going to file already so before the end of the calendar year and one of the best thing to do and one of them was the biggest and being it does is it around getting organized and one of the best ways to do out is actually to start taking pictures i've documents that you have around the house and getting those organized into digital such as my block and then that way when they're ready to do their taxes at any point uh next fear they'll have all the documents at their fingertips drink a big hole a big problem in our listen i'm not terrific dolo i come across as being perfect on the radio who led the.
"executive committee member" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Move was an important step toward peace so i would like to use this occasion to announce that we are already in contact with other countries which will issue a similar recognition i have no doubt that the moment the american embassy to jerusalem and even before then there will be a movement of many embassies to jerusalem the time come from welcome to jerusalem the capital of the jewish state of israel a cop but if you weren't aware of that until yesterday you are now for your water what we've been aware of it for three thousand years reuters reports the us state department privately asked israel to temper its response to trump's announcement in a memo writing quote while i recognize that you'll publicly welcomed the news i ask that you restrain your official response we expect there to be resistance to this news in the middle east and around the world were still judging the impact this decision will have on us facilities in and now overseas minutes after trump's speech american embassies in turkey jordan germany and britain issued security alerts hamas called for a new uprising in the palestinian territories and declared friday a day of rage today at a checkpoint near ramallah israeli forces fired dozens of rounds of tear gas and stun grenades at hundreds of palestinian protestors clashes were also reported in east jerusalem and at the border fence between israel and gaza the united nations security council is expected to meet friday to discuss the move for more we go first to ramallah where we're joined by dr hanan ashrawi palestinian diplomat scholar elected an executive committee member of the palestine liberation organization the plo in two thousand nine becoming the first woman to hold a seat in the highest two executive body in palestine she also served as the official spokesperson of the palestinian delegation to the middle east peace process we welcome you to dr to democracy now dr and honest row we your response to president trump's move yesterday thank you well first of all i think this is an outrageous move as an irresponsible move let's that but to me up recklessness that is something that not only violates international law destroys the chances of peace but also places they us squarely on the side of lawlessness and illegality by becoming complicit and israeli occupation is illegal annexation of jerusalem and therefore losing any standing credibility to take part in any type of pursuit of peace.
"executive committee member" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Of an executive committee that he serves on i am a shareholder of the green bay packers so as paul because i bought him a share i i keep pointing that out his if you are at the really their shareholder that your sums they had that you're like god some sort of addendum of my share like if you think though let us vote on this let's have a vote of the shareholders should we make the players stand during the anthem or not they never of course would do that i guarantee your which side woodward that i am a shareholder of the green bay packers this does not giving me my right to have my way because this packers don't have you vote on anything they instead have you vote on a board of directors of the board of directors vote said the executive committee the but they have the election for the board of directors they put up the exact same number of candidates as there are slots at the board said there isn't even the ability to for somebody is simply right on the road the board announces who could run to be board of directors at and that board of directors than chooses the executive committee which hires mark murphy so the executive committee as a representative of b one measly shareholder of the green bay packers and the executive committee is out there for the purpose of managing the organisation they hire murphy so i ask the rents if he agreed with this statement i sent this to apply is public relations person now i said it because i figured the danny errands who runs a wonderful company at harrods is a fine cooperation here in the state of wisconsin employs a lot of wisconsin aides might actually be one executive committee member who has enough solans backbone intestinal fortitude and maybe enough patriotism to decide that it is fire more important to stand with our veterans are police officers are fire are first responders and our other patriotic americans that it is to sand with mark murphy or mark tell us about it unfortunately dan arendse's decided that he would rather stand with mark tell us about it he would have rather stared with a handholding little was his standing on.
"executive committee member" Discussed on KGO 810
"Their behalf to fated it president debt of these individuals let's go at least politics must go it so it dairy important did that everyone raised their voices and let the administration the trump administration notably to unacceptable is intolerable it's disgusting it's reprehensible uh and we're not gonna let this country go back to the days of jim crow lewis i grew up in catches i understand very well we're not going to allow the the neo nazi to talk about a cute the way they are an and cuptied could a bite bias up you know li hate lowered the in the minority but they got a not a champion they've got a champion in the white house they've got a champion in the white house all right let me ask you this before i let you go but there were a couple of places and i was glued to cable lose all last night and there were i think it was cnn and msnbc i've played eat a clip of of of trump when he met with the congressional black caucus earlier in the year and i didn't see see you in the shots of this show but i'm sure that you were you were there to reading it he says that the hinted that he says this means more to me then you'll ever no i i i'm just curious as to your thoughts in in in the room i mean what were you optimistic about working with him by brian brian how i would never meet with the president i was not in the a m i did not go to the inauguration i actually the meeting was only with the executive committee member i'm a former chair of the black caucus meeting was whipped executive committee mojo cape may dented the president with a list of well you know what are you stand to lose remembering what is an app within a ghenda there was a positive agenda about voter voting rights supporting the voting rights act about strengthening public education bad creating equal opportunity for all about moving forward on civil right now you're trying to end inclusion in diversity and issued so we gave him a an agenda and it online people he'd read that it's although no i could not meet with him and i would not meet with them and i didn't go.
"executive committee member" 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 member" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Some go triple eight nine seven one s a g e triple eight nine seven one seven two four three eric holder considering the possibility of running for office i heard he may run for president and in over october director resigned after making a comment while arianna huffington another board member was speaking a comment that was deemed the sexist tell you what he said you tell me whether or not you think the comet sexist rappers used to love them some donald trump cnn has a story about the many many times that rappers over the years i have used donald trump in their wraps and have spoken positively about mr trump all that is coming up triple eight nine two one s eight gee i am larry elder that number is a twenty four seven line which means you can call the number anytime day or night leave a message try and keep your message under sixty seconds and if you're move to drop some f bombs try to keep the bombs limited to single digits all of that will enhance chances of your message being played on the air now this story is really interesting friday cnn deleted a story from its website about congressional investigators allegedly focusing on a russian investment fund whose top executive supposedly met with the trump transition team member they specifically mention executive committee member anthony scaramucci as somebody that was involved well they retracted the story retraction reads as follows on june twenty second 2017 cnncom published a story connecting anthony scaramucci with investigations into russian direct investment fund the story did not meet cnn editorial standards and has been retract acted links to the story have been disabled cnn apologize to mr scaramucci and of course now according to uh new york post in email came out the next day internal ternal email outlines the restrictions that the network has now laid out in wake of the controversy quote no one should publish any content involving russia without coming to me and jason this is put out by the executive editor rich barbieri and jason referring to another cnn vice president quote this applies to social video editorial and money stream no exceptions i will lay out a work flow monday thanks close quote and apparently the new rules apply to other areas of cnn just not just cnn money.