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"hurd" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"Republicans in forty three states have introduced largely the same package of bills And they they would not be doing that. If donald trump had won the election a sixty percent of republicans as apoe yesterday still say the election was riven with fraud and and biden was did not win legitimately which is not borne out by any facts And so you know you've got all this activity aimed at reducing participation that is propagated. You know order that is based on just a frequent lie and lie. And look i i would i. I'm going to disagree with you. A little bit in texas. There was a poll there in texas. That said it was something crazy. Like eighty five percent of republicans thought the election was able to think it was close to ninety right so so so the and it's something like eighty five percent of republicans believe in increase in the opportunities. Vote right and so. There is a disconnect even here in texas based on some of the data that i've seen about hurricane household. No look. I don't ever. When i when i when i look through people are like hey people think you should have an idea to vote and they think you should be able to have as many opportunities as possible. I think that's where that's where most that's where most folks are. And so this this notion of trying to create this is brought upon the republican part if we wanna win national elections. We're gonna have to set that. Twenty twenty election was not stolen. It was lost. Donald trump lost the election. He was the anchor the next of so many other folks right he sold many republicans have out perform him right. The election was lost to. We gotta stop it being acceptable to conspiracy theories and one of the conspiracy. Theories is that twenty twenty election was stolen. And so until we're able to to do those things. We're going to continue to lose national elections. We've lost seven eight. Alas boy popular votes right and so so why. This many these efforts may be an effort to appeal to edge. 'cause you focused on primary election if you want to see real change in this country and if you want to grow the republican party then guess way we have to make sure that we're increasing our brand in these incommunicado folks under the age of thirty and with women with a college degree in the suburbs. Guess what all these things his those groups off and and so this trend is it's i also it's it's not align with our values and so again. What problem is some of these things solving. If you believe in local control let let different locations be involved in making some of these decisions and guess what people can disagree that they don't want to your things and say you a lot of work to do my friend because i don't think your view is the prevailing view among you know. The republican mucketty mucks right now. No but but what is interesting. Though to what the congressman just said the probably one of the things that we all focus a little in georgia on the passing out of water and food in you know in in the line which is stupid and egregious and although it is one hundred fifty feet egregious but it also is a little less egregious than the popular view of it is well i mean i think i think what it says more than its impact is it gives you a sense of what their absolute but to to the congressman's pointing the most egregious thing in the bill may be and should be for. Republicans is local control of their elections has now been removed and put into the hands of the state legislature. Just the bill. I mean counties basically need now the state's approval to make change it to an election and and again it just this notion of the republican party and in its sort of traditional historical views of of either. The party of lincoln or of local control is just very very different in its manifestation today with win win before the two thousand sixteen election. Right i was. I was the chairman of a subcommittee and we held the first Hearing on russian involvement in our elections right and this is even before. The election was over in one of the things that happen. Ah prior to the election is a jay johnson. He was secretary of homeland. Security at the time said that they were gonna make it infrastructure a critical infrastructure meaning. There was gonna be. Dhs funds available to the states. In order to help defend an updated. Everybody freaks out the national association of secretaries states. Come in they're like this is nationalizing. Election wasn't a nationalized. Dhs wasn't taking over conducting the election. They're saying federal dollars could be able to help you defend in harden your infrastructure to do this so everybody was worked up and saying little control. This is a local control issue and now for years later the same people that are having those those those those those conversations are taking the exact opposite position. This lack of ideological consistency is is is is one of the bigger problems. Yeah i mean look. It's not let let's be blunt about it. It's not about ideological consistency. It's about trying to hang on to power. I mean they think it's going to advantage them in the next election. I think it's a question as to whether that's true because a lot of people can be very pissed off about this and this could be the rallying cry that actually gets people out To vote. I think generally historically when you when you seek to take something as sacred as this away you you tend to give people a pretty good reason to exercise that right and i. I don't think you need to be a highly creative person to figure out what a decent part of the stump speech is going to be for. Lots of democrats particularly ones running in georgia. There's there's there's no doubt about it. And i would say this to access you know The all star game one of the one of the people they were going to honor was The late great tank. Air and hank aaron A famous People know these famous alabamian born not far from where john lewis was In in south alabama. And i think I think governor can't may not. But i think i'm pretty sure hank. Aaron would have most assuredly approved of major league baseball's decision. Hank aaron john lewis and robert gibbs three the three most prominent alabamian we should. We should note that here okay. Let's take a break right here for a word from our sponsor will be right back..
"hurd" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"Roads locks and dams having the digital infrastructure that we need and and it's not just about repairing stuff. It's about being prepared for the future. And you know this this too much accident and you've heard me talk about this. There is a global competition with the with the chinese government and whoever has the best infrastructure why were all the companies that were built on the why were amazon and facebook and all these companies building in the united states. We had the best four g infrastructure. Why were some of the best phones sats building in asia in europe because they had the best three g. infrastructure and so. We need to make sure that when we talk about infrastructure that it's more than just bridges rose lots and dams but it's also this digital infrastructure. That is going to take us into this next century. And so sometimes. We get focused on the political makia nations of weather. Sunday this tax on tap man. We're we're always but but but when when you framing in that it changes and and and again i think You know a president biden on the cove package. A majority of the country supported that and so you know he. He's playing for for longevity. He wants to go in the history books And this is about as you say. How many democrats can't he. What is needed to put an lose. The least amount of different democrats robert You know before you common that. George stephanopoulos questioned People to judge the transportation sectarian on just this point that that will is making this weekend. 'cause they're ally republicans who are saying you know. Infrastructure is roads and bridges and we ought limit this thing to to that and George asked him about that. Let's let's listen to that only about five percent of this. Bill goes for traditional roads and bridges. You've got twenty percent caregiving for the elderly about thirteen percent for investments in the green. New deal so why. Not focus on that traditional core infrastructure. Let's be clear there's a lot more than roads and bridges that are part of infrastructure Heard the the governor of south dakota recently saying this is an infrastructure. It's got money for pipes. Will we believe that pipes our infrastructure. Because you need water to live and too many families now live with the threat of lead poisoning. That's absolutely infrastructure You know you talk about roads and bridges but also airports and ports. We need to make sure that we have broadband. I know that traditionally the internet wasn't considered infrastructure. Because in the eisenhower years. Of course it didn't exist but infrastructure investment has to include looking to the future. So he's all over. Your point will He's it's all about building the foundation for the future and robert. Is that a winning argument. I think it definitely is. I mean look we were all. He's not judge buddha churches a good messenger. He definitely is. I mean look. We were all fascinated a week to ten days ago about a boat larger than the empire state building stuck sideways in the suez canal. And what it meant. For shipments and the global supply chain Now obviously this. Bill isn't to help the suez canal. But it's hard to argue in a modern world that ports aren't part infrastructure. It's hard to argue that our airports and air cargo that has to go to and from the rest of the world is in part of that or drinking water pipes or a whole lot of stuff. I mean i think it is very Nineteen fifties to say this is about interstates or You know bridges that connect states. I i just think. That's i think that's a little It's backward and to the congressman's point it's it. Infrastructure is going to be more than just it's going to be even more than just the traditional public works projects right now. You know we've got kids that can't get on broadband right there in the parking lots of restaurants trying to get broadband to go to school right. We're going to need to invest in that because if a country is going to lead the world in in the in the types of of technology opportunities that we can provide. Then we've got to make sure that the youngest and quite frankly the least fortune have access to it to your point earlier on the democratic stuff. I mean it's going to be interesting to see. They're going to be a lot of people who are going to grab four or five to your point on the math. Four or five of their colleagues and say the five of us aren't voting for this unless we get this and and the real question is whether or not they can withstand that pressure right. Joe manchin as we talked about lives in west virginia right a state that gave Joe biden the robust twenty nine point seven percent of their vote. Can he can. He can withstand the pressure of democrats pushing back on him. I give of a bunch of democratic congressman from the northeast. Say or not voting for all this stuff we've always wanted because of the state and local tax cap. I think that's gonna melt like a A snowman in july. I mean the question is whether this thing is just too big to fail. You know what i mean. There's too much in here could be for For democrats ultimately not to vote for. I mean the biggest thing a the the bigger questions gonna come in the next round which is going to be all social safety net stuff and you know you saw a lot of flack in here about home and community healthcare though. I think that's a big concern for for people as parents or aging. But you know there was some question as to why That was in here. And i think they separated this out for for a reason. They wanted the more traditional kinds of infrastructure investments to be to lead the story. They wanna they wanna you know They want to impress people on on. Just what we've been talking about here when we get to the next round. Here's where you kind of hit the kind of rubber. The rubber hits the road in the kind of divides we have in this country. Because you get into focus groups with.
NBA: John Wall scores 24 as Houston Rockets beat Russell Westbrook, Washington Wizards
"John wall scores twenty four to lead the rockets over the wizards one zero seven to eighty eight lee big takeaway from well. It was a pretty close game until john. Wall really took over the last seven minutes. There hit a couple of shots made some plays and and got his victory now. Coming into this was a couple of story lines of course beal and and john wall would teammates here in washington for a lot of years now. Their relationship didn't really end in a hostile way. It was more just like the team moved on. So john wall was more trying to prove a point to his team. In the franchise and the wizards rather than ex teammate there. I in bradley bill. And then you also of course you had wall and russell westbrook who were traded for each other just prior to the season and now that one was a little bit more spicy. But i think that's probably more westbrook than in the us both on a minute restriction but yeah i mean it was. It was a close game but The the rockets pulled away in the end. And really i mean i. it's post game. You saw bradley. Beal who had another good performance for the washington wizards just looking completely distressed on the sidelines. And really the question. Out of this game is we've been kind of asking and alluding to the last couple of weeks. Anyways is does bradley. Beal stay with wizards for the rest of this season. Because they going nowhere right now. He's putting up right numbers. There's no question. He would be in demand and i think he needs to move on from the wizards as well. So you know. That's that's probably the biggest talking point. I think coming out of this guy because you know it's it's not neither seems really a a threat to was. The rockets guess could make the playoffs but Certainly not a contender. So it's really just do. The wizards hit the reset button. He move on from bradley. Beal may even move from westbrook if they can get a first round. Pick out of him because I just can't see this thing going anywhere for the remainder of this season. Yeah every loss. That piles up there for the wizards trae. It does feel like the echo chamber gets a little louder with the trade deal. Save bill get him out of there. Hey beal ask the front office to move you. There are three in ten now. they're one in eighteen games. Westbrook has played. He has not looked great. He was He was just visibly upset last night. And then you started talking. Some trash with wall was given it back to them and walson after the game russ has been kicking my ass for years. My third win against russell westbrook that he's been in the league this john wall talk it so i don't know if it's any more than that just a frustrated westbrook but yeah what do you think about the idea of will be just like go to front office. They do not want to be here. Because i don't want to be on a team. That's not going to be a playoff tournament in just signed that huge deal though right like he's still got two seasons after this one the westbrook in wall donnybrook. What happened there Westbrook goes by wall walls down and it seems to me like he was basically saying yeah. I tripped because you could see westbrook saying back to him. It doesn't matter what matters like as he upset is wallops at that. Westbrook is trash talking him for tripping over his own. That's what it might have been. They hit him with the double tax. And everybody just moved on. But if you're bradley beal despite the fact he's got this huge deal still on the books to be frustrated man because he had twenty five through the first three quarters and then in the fourth quarter it feels like he's not even getting the ball like feels like he's barely getting a touch. I know he had eight points. He took a bunch of shots but there are times when he just doesn't even get a look from westbrook he'll just be standing at the top of the court. It feels like kevin durant waiting to get the ball all over again. But i don't know you kind made your bed now sleep in it.
Congressman Hurd On Why He Decided To Leave Congress
"Congressman. Will Hurd and headlines will pop up more than one calling him the future of the GOP hurt himself has expressed wonder at what he's been able to get done in Congress. Last week, he took to the House floor and talked about the opportunities he has been given how his words a young black kid could grow up come to Congress represent a majority Latino district and get 17 pieces of legislation. Signed into law well heard made that comment in his farewell speech. The so called future of the GOP decided not to run for re election this year after three terms and we wanted to hear wife Will Hurd, Republican of Texas. Welcome back great to speak with you again. It's always a pleasure to be on. Why leave Congress now? Cause there's opportunities to work on these issues that I care about in other ways. You know, everybody always asked me. You know when I decided to go to Texas, saying them versus Stanford They thought that was a crazy decision When I left the job at the CIA, because I thought I could help the intelligence community a different way by running for Congress. Folks question that in for me. The opportunity to continue working on these. What I consider generation defining challenges in other ways is exciting, and I also believe these jobs weren't created. To be in forever on the fact that I've gotten more legislation signed into law in six years, and those people do in a couple of decades. I'm pretty proud of my my legislative accomplishments. Stay for a moment on the Congress that you're leaving behind. I want to play another moment from your farewell speech on the House floor last week. My final message. For my colleagues as I depart this body. Don't treat bipartisanship like a four letter word. On leeway. Big things have ever been done in this country. Is by doing them together. And Congressman. I got a note. You delivered that speech right before 126 of your Republican colleagues in the House signed on to support the Texas lawsuit trying to overturn the results of the presidential election. Does it feel like the climate for bipartisanship even exists right now on Capitol Hill in the problem is on both sides of the aisle that we're seeing that in the cove in 19 negotiations right now and yes, I think It feels like things right now are terrible. I think the all you see on television and the newspapers is about to divisiveness. But the reality is is the number of people that could that approach me and they want to see people get things done. I think the biggest takeaway from the 2020 election should be don't be in a hole and don't be a socialist, and ultimately, I don't think either side is going to realize that And if both really, that's your biggest takeaway, don't be in a hole and don't be a socialist. Yeah. Yeah, because how did Republicans of down ballot from President win? And then President Trump lose right? It's a great question that I've been putting to a lot of your fellow Republicans. Yeah, and ultimately, it's because the American people want to see Sensible things get done, And then they didn't believe that defund. The police are getting rid of private insurance and things like that was where things should go. And so when you look at this last election 8% of the of the Congressional seats were split party right where we're in the previous presidential election, people voted for one party of president One party of Congress that's about 34 seats. 40 years ago. That number was like 160 Plus, unfortunately, a lot of our district's are designed for people only talk in primaries and so people are constantly talking to the fringes. Of their party, not the middle, which is the largest stay with the results of the November election, though, because it is many Republicans who have stood with the president and his efforts to overturn those results. Has there been lasting damage done to the faith that Americans of both parties have historically shared in the outcome of our elections? There is an erosion of trust for sure. And at many levels rights, and I think this erosion of trust has begun many years ago when it specifically started. I'm not smart enough to figure it out. But what about the erosion of trust? Just since November 3rd? Yeah. Look, you'd have to ask them because you know, I was one of the first people to Congratulate President elect Joe Biden. In this case, this was probably one of the most secure elections we've seen and democracy is not always it is not always pleasant, but this is going to lead to continue distrust and and at the end of the day when I look at where the future of the Republican Party needs ago, we need to be growing the party. We need to make sure the party starts looking like America. And when things like this happened, then it's hard to grow with those people that distrust you. Will you stay in the Republican Party? Yes, of course, I believe in and freedom. I believe freedom leaves opportunity Opportunity, Lisa. Growth and growth leads to progress. This is what I believe. I think, unfortunately, yes, the President's the titular head of the Republican Party. But not everybody believes that way. It's just like People that are married. Don't agree. 100% of the time with their spouse. And so for me, I'm gonna continue to work on those issues and those principles I believe in help candidates across the country. That would be people that I would have loved to serve with when I was an electoral office. Let
"hurd" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Populates this industry these news. Just come out in the last half hour or so and ryan sending along the announcement of couple of inductions to the joe hirsch media roll of honour at the hall and two very familiar names One a little in the past one. Still current tab is been added to the meteorology. Honor the joe hirsch and congratulations. Ninety four now is pab. And of course french born and raised and You know his his work Started out in in french publications before reaching these shores and Started in As a staffer. I'm sure when we talked to Steve asking on thursday civil talk about Have started in nineteen fifty five in the morning. Telegraph and anybody. i mean. obviously of a h. i. Anybody living that that's ever bought a racing for at one time or another. I've got boxes of big day racing forms with with the drawings it there the the whimsical wonderful Have artwork really a fabulous inclusion into the media wing of the hall. So congratulations to have. The other name came up just the other day just last week the lack and i and i'm sort of surprised that i didn't realize that leg it wasn't already in The jewish wing of of the hall. I brought up leg last week. When when dick allen passed. And in fact i sent that remarkable nineteen sixty four legged preseason end end of spring training article. That was just amazing. The names that were involved. The other rookies like like both tony. Leyva and tony clinically. Ero and i. It's just amazing. It focused on on dick allen and leg it for those that don't realize was from saratoga born and raised in saratoga and i reached out to When when When last week when when dick allen passed that and i reached out to a couple of different a couple of different directions for sports writers white kind of it hoped had had made cross paths with with legged and didn't wasn't able to make that happen but i knew that i knew that he started at sports illustrated In fact i had a conversation when i said sent that article to girardi and and he said that he was somewhat surprised that that that they had given legged that he had written matt baseball piece. You know that if first and foremost On the turf riding circuit And i guess. I guess whitney tower. You probably answer this too. I guess whitney tower. I guess they overlapped right. They must've overlapped at sports illustrated. Anyway bill legged added to the joe media the joe hirsch media wing of the hall and tower certainly in their boy. It's been ten years. This'll be this will be Ten years ten classes. Steve crystal neck red smith early hatton. Ross harris joe palmer j hubby whitney tower. Andy buyer kent hollingsworth. Georgia'll january's jim. Murray steve asking raleigh boroughs. Mary jean wall. Jim mckay mike beach jack. Whitaker barney nagler. Joe bertram tom and charlies canty and bleat read and now had and pretty distinct pretty good. Can't think of got to think about who else there's more there's there's every they'll be able to come up with a couple of others Anyway so there you go We will come back with the more tomorrow including todd pletcher. Andy stirling steve anderson and more fun morning and wanna thank powell for the hong kong. Recap danny guardian tax duke matisse john coby hernandez gulag if you're planted. Everybody talk to you tomorrow..
Final 53-man roster projections for all 32 NFL teams
"We're to get into the fifty three man roster. So today, we're going to make some projections I did a roster projection heading into training camp was on July twenty seven I had Jalen Hurd making the team I had Sean Coleman making the team. I had a few other players that they're just not going to make the team for whatever reason. So we're going to do that again today after trying to cap after all the news after everything we've seen and read and it will let's just compare to see what's changed since. So start with the first things first quarterback, Jimmy, Garoppolo, nick, mullins, CJ, Beathard I think they all make the roster I. Don't think that that's going to be very you know very controversial. It should be. I mean yeah. I I. Agree I all three of them making the roster as well. Especially, this season with Cova did I imagine that most teams will try to carry three quarterbacks if they can especially just given you know you never know. What happens if Garoppolo or mullins or you know they were to test positive or whatever the case is right and they were mistime than having Beth who understands the system? He's not great by any means just having them in the building is going to be advantage. Advantageous this season. I made this comment to someone else earlier Beth. `Red to George Kettle is Kinda of like you know James Jones or Mike Miller was. and. Lebron he's like teams back in the day. He used to have like those guys like travel with him. I think CJ beathard and George kind of like that George must have somewhere in his contract that Caesar method must be on the roster wherever he is. Those our buddy buddy but jokes, apart I I think all three of them will will make the team. So that's funny. You say that because Caitlin Beth one throwing to kill this off season for the most part it wasn't. Garoppolo. So maybe there is this weird clause in the contract right? I mean I feel like I could make a stronger argument where you carry two quarterbacks as opposed to three just playing the odds last year I can understand it as you know Garoppolo is coming off an injury. So you want to just protect your quarterback you WanNa make sure that you know united last minute fishing for a quarterback but you know he's out there he looks comfortable. No knee brace. In just in this situation I just can't understand a situation where. What are the odds that your third quarterback plays a snap in the regular season game just play the is I imagine that's less than ten percent very, very low at imagine. Right if we're going to do that, yet are the likelihood of a quarterback testing positive for having that whole situation happened shared night. There's a possibility that can happen without. It'd be a risk that I'd be willing to take, and I would much rather have you know a position player as opposed to you know a third string quarterback that major. May Not like the is that he throws a pass on likely and he's not going to help you in special teams or anything but that's I mean that's a Shanahan's ways and I don't see that changing I. Wonder if that will change you know this year with mullins and method both moans is a restricted free agent, right? Yeah. MULLENS will be back. He's restricted free agent. CJ BEATHARD is directed So hopefully, this is the last we've seen of method. CONHAM. I. Hope they don't some deal but Yeah it's tough. Especially, you know when you're having. Debates over other positions trying to like squeeze some other guy and you've got who's affected taking roster spot and like you mentioned, what are the odds that he plays right? but just given. Kyle and where they draft method and what they're trying to do I think they're gonNA, they're gonNA keep him on the roster rather than just swallow their pride and cut him. So both said before the pod before we hit record, this is what we think is going to happen not necessarily what we would do if you were in charge fifty, three man roster so.
Ryan Hurd on Songwriting for Morgan Wallen & Diplo
"Like Lonely Tonight. Blake Shelton. Sunrise, Sunburn Sunset, Luke, You look Good. What if I Never Get over you, lady? A heart that heartless diploma jam like all there's a chance, but I mean, that's like the new worlds like, and that is what was up with that song when you are That one I wrote with Ernest and Charley's handsome Ernest is like, Obviously he's becoming a massive songwriter, he wrote. I love my country and he wrote Breaking up in the nineties. Sam Hunt song so great You wrote that new Morgan song more than my hometown. And so I just loved. I think there's some guys that are just there lyrically that it just oozes out of them, and he's one of them. So I just was thinking my phone in front of that, and I keep keep talking man and when we'll figure it out, but it's really cool to be on a project like that. I think that diplo album is really cool. Take on country music. I loved listening to it, and it's really cool just to be a small part of that. We're gonna
QAnon backer wins congressional primary in Georgia
"In Georgia, a supporter of the debunked conspiracy theory. Q and on has won the Republican primary in a congressional district from member station W. E B E In Atlanta, Emma heard reports Marjorie Taylor Greene won despite a lack of support from many national and state Republican leaders. Green moved her campaign from suburban Atlanta to northwest Georgia in December and spent nearly a $1,000,000 of her own money on the race. The construction executive caught national attention for calling newly elected members of Congress a quote Islamic invasion into the government. Her words lost an endorsement, and several GOP leaders condemned them. But Green still won the primary by a wide margin in an overwhelmingly conservative district. Emma Hurd
Supreme Court may consider making it easier to sue police for misconduct
"With police misconduct in the spotlight these days the supreme Supreme Court is considering whether to revisit qualified immunity for law enforcement that shields police from civil lawsuits Texas congressman will Hurd says this is something lawmakers need to address to if you have evidence of a police officer committing crime whether or not they're wearing a uniform they should be treated like anybody else nobody is above the law the issue's been debated in lower courts for years it returns to the Supreme Court now by coincidence as the country reacts to the death of George Floyd who died in police custody for
'Seinfeld' actor Richard Herd dead at 87
"One actor Richard heard known for roles on let's see sign felt he also played John you remember John the supreme commander on the original V. back in the eighties and V. the final battle he has died too many he was known as George's Yankees boss on Seinfeld well George have you heard anything about the missing equipment Richard Hurd also appeared in films including all the president's men in the China syndrome he played William Shatner's boss captain Sheridan on the police show T. J. hooker a clean on Star Trek the next generation he had to face many people knew even if they didn't know his name heard was born in Boston in nineteen thirty two briefly served in the army during the Korean War is survived by three children and his wife of forty years Patricia Richard herd died from complications due to cancer he was eighty
The Story of Sam Hurd
"Two thousand eleven Chicago. A black escalade cruised through the rainy night pulling up outside. A Morton steakhouse the car backed into a space beside the entrance and man stepped out. He approached the restaurant confident. But careful wary that someone might recognize him. His name was Sam heard wide receiver for the Chicago bears if the wrong people overheard his conversation tonight. His football career would immediately come to mind. Welcome to sports criminals. Apar- cast original. This is the twenty second episode in our March Madness special this month where counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from Nineteen Ninety to two thousand twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson in today's episode. We're going back to two thousand eleven and the arrest of wide receiver. Sam Heard in July of two thousand eleven twenty six year old Sam heard signed with the Chicago bears as a free agent. The reserved wide receiver was known as a humble and God fearing man. Good player with a heart of gold. He was dedicated to giving back to the community donating significant portions of his earnings to local charities but only a few months after joining the bears. Everything came crashing down at around seven thirty five PM on December fourteenth. Two Thousand Eleven Sam entered. Morton steakhouse seated at table fifty four. He waited patiently for his guests to arrive to men entered one of them. A man going by the pseudonym. Havi air carried a cowboy hat in one hand and a white bag labeled happy birthday in the other. The other was a short man who was going by Carlos also not his real name. The men introduce themselves to Sam and sat at his table talking in hushed voices. The conversation lasted for seventy seven minutes and it was all recorded. The happy birthday bag contained a kilo of cocaine wrapped up under a small pile of tissue paper at the end of the conversation. Sam picked it up. As Sam stepped out of the steakhouse. He was surrounded by policemen arrested. He had been caught in a sting. Operation Heard was cut from the bears two days after his arrest though he was
Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd dies at 62
"Mark heard the co CEO for Colin the former head of Hewlett Packard died Friday it is only sixty two years old and was H. P. CEO from two thousand five in two thousand ten a period that was rocked by scandal but also a company's stock prices doubled he was appointed to oracle's because he opened in twenty fourteen no cause of death has yet been
Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd dies at 62
"Oracle co CEO mark Hurd has died he took a leave of absence left last month for an unspecified illness heard moved to oracle after resigning from Hewlett Packard nearly a decade ago mark heard was sixty
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd takes medical leave; first-quarter revenue misses
"Now work within the last couple of hours that oracle co CEO mark Hurd we'll take a leave of absence from the software vendor for health reasons founder Larry Ellison and the other CL Safra Catz will handle herds responsibilities during his leave in addition oracle reported as expected quarterly earnings and revenue there was a bit weaker than forecast oracle shares are down nearly two percent in after hours
Will Hurd, lone Black House Republican, won't seek reelection
"The only black Republican serving in the U. S. house of representatives has announced that he is not running for reelection in twenty twenty comes in will heard represents a key swing district on the Texas Mexico border in his announcement Thursday evening is considered a setback for the GOP which is struggling with the issue of race and also a lack of diversity within its ranks wondering if your conventional correspondent Susan Davis to talk about this morning so good morning David so did you another see this coming will heard it comes as a surprise it was described to me by one Republican strategist as it got punch I'm as you said he's the only black Republican in the house so that certainly gives him some element of prominence but he was much more than that he was seen as a rising star in the party he was young he was only forty one years old he comes from a rather impressive background he was an undercover operative for the CIA which give them a certain amount of credibility inside the house on issues of national security and foreign policy it only served three terms he was first elected in twenty fourteen he was he survived the twenty eighteen democratic way even he was someone that I think a lot of Republicans were looking to is someone who could rise up in the ranks instead he said in his statement he intends to look for work now in the private sector working at the intersection between technology and national security why I've won a note the timing I mean that this announcement comes at the end of two weeks of president trump you know from the same Republican Party sending these incendiary tweets and and this rhetoric I mean did did heard mention in his resignation anything about that or or or or whether he might even leave the party not directly no I mean he made clear he plans to stay involved in the Republican Party he said he would still continue to work to grow GOP that quote looks like America he has been one of the most regular consistent voices that have been critical of the president inside the party he has been a critic of the border wall you know his his Texas district it takes hundreds of miles of the U. S. Mexico right there yeah it's right there if seventy one percent Hispanic he's one of the few Republicans representing a minority majority district he was a critic of the president for not being stronger against Russian interference in the elections and just recently he did vote with Democrats he was one of just four Republicans who voted with Democrats to rebuke the president for his racist tweets so he was certainly unique and a lot of that regard and I think that's part of the reason why his exit I think is being interpreted as a bad sign for the Republican
"hurd" Discussed on NFL Live
"Drills this week. He's dealing with a groin injury Jacobs is the number one running back in the draft. And it projected first round pick and Baylor wide receiver. Jalen Hurd will not participate in drills due to a minor knee scope, so that is the latest and greatest as we go into combine we take a look about her out of Baylor right there. So we'll come back. Now, we have Jim Nagy along with Ryan and hawk and here is is finish up. The highlight. Jim your NFL scowl for eighteen years, you one titled home groom with Bela check with Pete Carroll talk to me, some about their mind processes as we'd go through the draft. How were they similar? How were they different? I think that thing that connected all those guys they're invested in the process, right? There's some coaches that just kind of want to. Sit back and let the personnel guys do their thing. Let the scouts do their thing. But those guys were all invested. So take you back to the first year. Pete was in Seattle two thousand ten I wasn't even with the Seahawks at the time and the senior bowl used to have a really spread out practice form where there was time in between to go back to the hotel. And there was a Xhosa station set up with all the tape. And I go down there to watch tape between practice and who's their peak carols down there watching tape between practices, which told me something. And then when I in my time in New England, Bill Meljak always sat aside a day during the year to watch college tape, which not a lot of not a lot of pro coaches. Do they'll get through the season and get through the coaching, and then kinda jump into the college draft and Bill just kept it all the way through the season one day one day a week, and it just shows their investment that's the same. Yeah. No doubt to NFL. Does these guys over on the N word? Without the combine invite. I honestly, I couldn't believe when they told me earlier today, tell me some of your stories about going through this whole friend, the the cool thing for me was because I wasn't a combine invite. I wasn't invited to any games. Like the senior bowl there on a lot of ages who were willing to pay for me to train. So what I did was I got the key to LSU's indoor facility, and I will go there at night after classes because I knew I wasn't getting drafted. I was getting late. So I needed my degree. So I stayed in school. I would go after school. I would train myself. I would do to twenty five as many times as I can racket do it again. I would go run to forty. I even had a girlfriend at the time who will come time me. And if I had heard time that my pro day, I would ran forward to I think she was trying to make me feel good. But I- trade myself. I went to pro day. I did. Well, and you know, the rest is history. Yeah. I mean same thing grind it from the bottom. I was a guy with the pro day. And this is why advocate for calamari. He shouldn't even take a measurement of. On my pro day. I took clay from the craft store molded to my hills to add an extra two inches and put weights in my pocket. So I can get over one eight and be listed at five eight..
Michael Strahan Says He Hasn’t Spoken to Former Co-Host Kelly Ripa 'in a Long Time'
"It's all the same procedures this help. Also you to go on later to sleep in a little bit cheating. But she did just that she was live with Regis and Kelly, and it was really Regis his show. And he had a different women every time Kathy Griffin was on. And she turned it intern show and good for her and then she had met. And so who fucking cares. He did what she did took the better job. Yeah. Anyone would do that in? It's show biz. No one's g you talk to your old coworkers my God. I don't have any.
Marty Smith's Analysis: Does Alabama's Crimson Tide have any real competition?
"Alabama crimson tide mardi like, ooh. Yeah. Nobody's honest to God. We've been talking about this around here their second team led by Jalen hurts is that is that the best competition that they would have if they played in the national championship game against their second team with Jalen Hurd. No, no Clinton's good, man. Not only is Clinton good. They're really starting to figure it out. Trevor Lawrence is he's a bona fide scholar now at quarterback their defenses elite. They look very complete to me now and only in the last couple of weeks have they look back complete. Notre Dame looked very good. The other night. I was here Yankee Stadium. But at this point, I still believe it's Alabama everybody else from a lot of different perspectives. Their death is unbelievable. To he's going to run away with the Heisman Trophy and their physicality. So I think that I think that Alabama. If they don't show up unprepared, which I don't expect and they don't suffer some sort of catastrophic injury. I think I think they're going to win it in convincingly. But Clinton is good guys.
"hurd" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It's just stupid yeah and i and that's why i brought up to the the rallies from pennsylvania because we cannot allow this to become kind of normal behaviour snow the i and i i think he's already done so much damage to the office just by i mean we used to have this idea that the office of the presidency is to be revered and respected above all outs in that there's a certain level of decorum and and respect that comes with it and that's all gone now in it's going to take a lot of work from a lot of people to get that back and i think it's a lot easier to kind of fall into a place where anything goes and that would be devastating for our country's future anaokar hit earned michael hurd yeah no problem appreciate the comment definitely it's always good air from your core delia in maryland your next welcome kid coordial you're on wbz or chris how are you i'm good how are you know arm earning agreed with uh the caller yep the patch he wished rarely right on the march i think he was rational through his emotions was rational this other men guide on mazury you rational though when you couldn't talk to but anyway michael new follow though i don't know what it was going to left and right near everything else um i think no but i wanted to get your opinion because with balpa sing is so right i don't see how the the nation part that put him in what i don't just don't understand why they cannot feed the immaturity of dismay and and it looked like to me he does everything the way he runs donald trump c e r o he wants to do it the same way there he doesn't see the reality of being charged up a whole of almost four hundred million people really fascinating for me because i talked to a fair amount of trump supporters on this show and it seems that no matter what position they held originally on an issue donald trump is all over.
"hurd" Discussed on Christpoint Church
"Hurd thing i'm gonna tell you the fight the doubt and discouragement let me tell you something john was the anointed he was warden he knew that but he started proclaimed the gospel he started proclaming the news and or had taken his brother's wife and john what what he did these that was thin a big rob ended up being a region it was the mighty man elizabeth neil dawn's father new dawn new who knew what he said about himself that i am not even worthy to take the sandoz off and john even heard in the baptism let me tell you that he heard the from having though have an open door drop came down and say this is my son whom i'm glad and john was the weakness of this this is a guy who saw signs wonder dan miracle or win in london lloyd's those if luck allies i in the mountain running away from life i'm gonna tell you when we take the crowd unlike this morning when the past the gave a list of this family eu wife down the rule of thumb holes in it this is the year we will fight you will wide with your your doubt you will fight with your discouragement because guard have called you you know that because god has ordering you you know that got as unknowing data and you were hide with your doubt dan discouragement there's no other way there's no other way except saying in jesus name i regroup you'll devil.
"hurd" Discussed on College Football Live
"Great competitors that's why you come to a place like alabama there'd be able to play teams like clumps of the game he played all black northeast you'll bowl alabama cleansing greets three times rhythm frost villafranca the feds on rosy zone let's now that was a mistake dostam secret plus good hurd's p wolves morning he'll throne yes look white of rural white hugged away intercepted another the i will be more we'll be playing for the national championship this time against the george o'boyle logged next monday night in atlanta georgia the alabama defense to shutdown clumps of attack in new orleans on monday dabbous when he's tigers posted season lows in points total yards and yards per play on the night alabama's defense even had more touchdowns and clemson offense because we all saw that mac wilson fourth quarter fixit and we was tremendous here's joe test and todd blackledge on their takeaways after call in this one crimson confetti monday night in new orleans joe tested jordan todd black john the heels of alabama's dominating second half performance against glimpse in your biggest takeaway alabama's defense is back you know they they struggled down the stretch of the season with injuries and fatigue they were arrested they were refreshed there are a little bit ticked off and they played like it tonight they made the field feel slanted it felt like clemson was playing uphill the entire football game they dominated field position and they their offense stayed on schedule much better than clemson was able to refreshing getting healthier with a thirty seven days off from that time they lost that iron bowl until they played here in new orleans absolutely key they did get you more injury i'm going to get updates on them lester cotton starting offensive lyman every jennings who was also announced her in the past rush on defense how much is that concern you while it it's definitely concerning because they the linebacker position has been decimated throughout the season they finally got some guys back and africa jennings is one of those guys who missed a couple of games played outstanding tonight i don't think that that they will struggle if they lose him because he was a big factor in what they did.
"hurd" Discussed on Conversations with Phil - Sales and Leadership Insights to Increase Your Influence, Impact and Income
"Hurd uh there have been many many since says a people bringing some money in from the outside who ultimately is not familiar with the culture not familiar with the person's can change the dynamic and really raised is the bar and they struck and they struggle because they don't have you know the inside information the deep relationships at center so i think there are a lot of benefits from promoting from with and without question the obvious drawback is how do you get people especially those i would focus primarily on those who feel that maybe they were uh stepped on if you well in a while this other person uh ascended or maybe just bypassed in the process in out why did not get the job i wasn't either one who was promoted said that that's always difficult and i think that a wise leader for uh would really tried a max and with that other purse then you know m a monnard a monarch to continue to be able to work with you i want be able to continue to support you obviously when different roles and were before but i still see it as important for me to be able to ensure that you succeed just like i try to do when we were teammates and so you know you you take the elephant out of their out of the room you know you acknowledge it for what it is you back the curtain you have the real honest conversation about it and he say look we have two ways we can move forward here we could even move either move forward as we have his teammates recognizing that i as a leader what we will have a little bit of a different relationship in i can't quite be out what the guys you know after after work at the at at the nearby you know coffee house whatever it is like we used to be maybe not quite like that but i definitely want to make sure that we continue to optimize and that i see was a valid in all as as as a real player in that conversation so so be honest the open technology for what it is and really try to get that person support but you know occasionally where you have somebody who's just not able to do that you then have to approach it at the time but hopefully on.
"hurd" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM
"You go to the drugstore you see these advertisements for mega vitamins uh some claim that it retards the oxidation process other people site certain studies which show that if you in chess certain diets die as a rich in vitamins it's seems to be good for you but what about the pure the pure form of vitamins that you buy in the drugstore well um well once again um you know the new the nutritional supplement i industry is really working hard to convince us that aging is somehow caused by uh uh either the loss of some hormone or the lack of nutritional supplements of one kind or another and they're perfectly willing to sell you uh everything that that uh that that they can't try to convince you that you can somehow influence this process and it's based in part on a uh on on on science uh where it suggested that uh part that aging is influenced by oxidation uh and this oxidation process can be uh uh slow down in theory with the ingestion of uh certain nutritional supplements that you have antioxidative affects um but there isn't any empirical evidence that demonstrates that these substances the actually extend duration of life uh so once again it's the same scenario uh where people are selling something with exaggerated claims uh with a profit motive uh in mind and people are buying it up like crazy what about herbs some people say that may be pure vitamins that are refined by the chemical companies may not uh simulates vitamins in the natural forms so what about taking herbal medicines what is known or not known about hurd's honestly i don't i don't know that much about a uh herbs in herbal medicine uh to comment uh on that but what i can tell you is that is that there's plenty of evidence that eating more fruits and vegetables and uh i can certainly in uh lower your risk of a wide variety of disease disorder uh and of course those in the supplements industry are suggesting that contained within those fruits and vegetables they're certain substances that they can concentrate in a pill and give to you in a larger forum you know under the assumption that more is better well.
"hurd" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
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"hurd" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Sponsored by breda pest management here's channel 2 action news meteorologist brad nitz lots of sunshine today uh very little win now but a bit of a breeze picking up this afternoon out of the westnorthwest 10 to 20 miles an hour and temperatures will climb to a high of fifty today although just briefly will spend most of the afternoon in a high of sixty today most of the afternoon in the fifties bottom line is mostly sunny little breezy and cool all day today chilly tonight into tomorrow morning down to forty three in town some upper thirty's in the suburbs than sunny and a high of sixty seven tomorrow and then a little warmer on friday although we start at forty eight we'll get to 73 friday afternoon with a mostly sunny sky nice weather for your friday evening but then as we head into the weekend emma fiveday forecast for saturday and sunday the weekend will be wet first half saturday showers and a few storms likely ahead of a cold front low fifty three high sixty three and you're a a chance at eighty percent for saturday but quick clearing by sunday morning and there will be mostly sunny windy and chilly low forty high fifty four down into the '30s sunday night and into monday morning recapping the forecast for today mostly sunny and a high of sixty right now forty three on peachtree street i'm channel 2 action news meteorologist brad nitz wsb are back to the roads we go triple team traffic and here's smilin' mark mckay the wave of highway no longer the grabble out the left shoulder hurd nobody at mountain industrial boulevard but heavy delays we've already crippled geographic alert gravel adviser to broke robert backed up apart update out traffic trooper claire says new trouble 85southbound before indian trail in a centre lane that's keeping jammed up back.
"hurd" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Shooting war group hurd kurd whom we rodney occurred dole wanted under array who that where there on crop fitted where clinton me log known a cop have the cap hold high office it can't even have a single could we mall wrong if you have payroll uh obviously dirty added by occupy wall quietly any anything anyway on the will be back there right and so what okefenokee wrong occurred bronco long breaking there are very real he can i ask you about initiative gets very little attention have less than amendment it may be quickly tell us what is the status of dissidents inside iran we have about thirty seconds shot a doctor you've got that were pheko every day people don't hear about it very beautiful it will cry the people who are suffering from enclave your bank at good bye uh i'm very clear prodemocracy movement who fight he long out by loss and you know the question of prime when one up uh he's apropos begin to grow yang the ability of the government to contolled dr shahrier he is the cofounder of the unity for democracy in iran therefore arrigo malcolm what i learned from the good doctor is that there is another choice between support of rather than supporting the iran deal that has failed or war and that is supporting the iranian people who oppose the dictatorship set malcolm hoenlein conference of presidents major american jewish organizations the el.
"hurd" Discussed on KOIL
"Hurd down and thirteen for the eagles and up to one so it's good to see number ninety five big chris jones back in the lineup as well exhorting this crowd to help them thirteen thirteen tied on 23 to go in again free by wa coverage on their side on john jaso looks like they're gonna throw a skrela has it france take this season buried question i second chance yes just mentioned gone over seven quarters without a defensive qinglin you know that's been the mantra for this team in the first four years of andy reid and bob certainly defensive coordinator and then a pass that was ricocheted off the helmet of justin houston was intercepted by chris jones and it allowed the trees to have a short field opportune and then cashing in on a shovel past travis kelsea took it in on the fifteen yard shovel past keep in mind zach fulton came to play center on that first play on the shovel pass away right over its tail for the touchdown but the defense he play the defense of take away on the interception by chris jones the first of his career the ends up being a giant play that turned the game and the chiefs could a victory twenty seven to thirteen over the philadelphia eagles the chiefs also had five sacks of carson wentz in this game a hardfought victory but of exam played offensively are ahca health midwest turning point play of the game now let's go back to art haines at the fox and if filled us and this update brought to you by crown royal being generous as being safe crowd royal canadian whisky lived generously add life will treat you royally please drink responsibly everything is final nail the noon central time starts one.
"hurd" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast
"So that's that's kind of the general breakdown of the theory in the beginning and then we'll get into hurt our you know thickets of bits here so we're gonna talk about that radio communication again it said and i'll i'll give it to you again it says group to 17 is holding four pilots captive and the group is requesting orders concerning what to do with them and then the second version is presently group to tan has four pirates they are going from forty four to 93 the things that people point out that a really interesting about that is that parrott lead the vietnamese interchangeably use the words pilot and pi rid all the time for guys fly and planes they consider them to be pirates i guess is the reason why hurd also that the and this was in the vietnamese i thought it was like the oceans captured these guys they were going to turn them over to the vietnamese i was under the impression that it was the vietnamese that had done it as it was on the hopman trail and therefore the vietnamese army was flowing through there could have been i would say road would we could agree here i don't know but i had heard that they use nomenclature like the word pirate could apply to like bandits and also just members of the opposition lie they're ethic communist guerrillas operating area too and up apparently i heard they referred to them as pirates also yeah so it was it was it was basically a word to describe the enemy and not just a particular group in so pilot in pirate or miss translator to miss decoded jack could lead to confusion which again it's obviously blend up to a whole bunch in here let's see we had at one point in the initial reading it was group to seventeen in the second reading it was group to ten people say that the difference fanatically in the language between two and to 17 isn't isn't much so it could easily have been miss translated to there's something that people pocos into it with.
"hurd" Discussed on The Red Couch Podcast with Propaganda and Alma
"Hurd politics also is not just american nope is in a national because right now yano is gone all with the brexit right is the brexit makes me laugh first of all the fact that like just the subversive type of humor that the uk has like justice like like podium iq boat face like this the type of stuff the job do justice were oppressive humor yeah that's just anyway so they came up with the term brexit right um and turns out the day trying to do this thing that they call unlike a solve exit like a soft brexit which basically means they like okay so we want to leave the eu but we still wanna be able to use the euro in like want to have to change our currency and nothing because like the euro khanna works and it's funny because the rest of the eu is like up yeah you just broke up with us you don't get to define the terms this part is not really hood i feel like this is anybody although people do this where you breakout with somebody but still want to be able to slide into deums was still to be able to have a bully car which you here and there but i don't want to name did we generally want the official like relationship changed on facebook i wanna like seeing you sometimes has just in case ought to be able to hit you with the hey bk tax if that's gonna listen you uk you can't do that.
"hurd" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"We don't see any of the production team faces but how do you then insertive post in winter creating something to present to the world how do you avoid making like for lack of a better word like poverty porn where it's like oh look how hard it is there welli'm gonna go get my latterday you know if it's a great question really important question andi think it's something that we've we grappled with kind of throughout production and something we thought about and continue to to talk about andi don't think there's kind of any easy answers umi do think we continued to involve a in the process you know about a year into production we she started telling us about this journal that she was keeping and that she great wrote into it pretty much every day meant you read a some of the entries and they're really incredible and kinda brought some new depths to you to her story and encounter her in her life so we it worked with hurd to kind of do those two readings of journal entries we would show her footage from the film and have a reacts and so you know it wasn't that she was kind of making every editing decision with us but we were continuing to involve her in the process of crafting her story and that was important to us because again we are outsiders stewart world in every way and we felt it was really really important to do her story justice and you know i think uh you know people can take away what would they will from the film but when we first showed her the finished film her reaction was just so moving to to me i mean she just she was so excited to see it she got so emotional at you know seeing these different moments in her life and and she just said like this is me this is this is my life and i think that was kind of it was one of the most exciting moments of the process of far yeahi think the idea of reinforcing stereotypes are falling into cliches is something i mean that's our deepest fear really men i think as you know we were tracking her life it was.
"hurd" Discussed on WLAC
"Hurd message out some republicans are worried that trump's tweets may jeopardizes travel ban case is on its way to the supreme court trump also recently you social media to criticised london's mayor in the wake of this weekend's terrorist attack today the british foreign secretary boris johnson was asked about then then frankly a preview our control the city by comparison with uh the world would you will have him on saturday night at the importance of getting the right response johnson says london's mayor was saying something really very reasonable about how there was no need for the public to be alarmed by the presence of armed officers on the streets wikileaks founder julian assange is throwing his support behind the woman who's been charged with leaking classified material to the media old reality winner worked with the federal contractor and his accused of leaking information about a supposed russian hacking attempt right before the election he faces up to ten years in prison if convicted assange who was holed up in the ecuadorian embassy in london asked the public debec winner he says he's accused of courage in trying to help us no he also tweeted that it doesn't matter wikileak the report because acts of non elite sources communicating knowledge should be strongly encouraged joe comas nbc news radio washington australian authorities say they consider yesterday's deadly standoff in melbourne too be a terrorist attack police fatally shot the man after they say he killed another man and took a woman hostage the man reportedly called the offices of a tv network inside quote this is four islamic state this is for alqaeda bill cosby sexual assault trial is underway again today the seventy nine year olds.