16 Burst results for "James Floyd"
"james floyd" Discussed on Comeback Szn
"I mean if nebraska did leak this which again it's all rumors like what happened between nebraska and scott frost between last year at this time and now obviously there's against ship loved him last year he was. You know he'll pull up play anywhere and we want you know we'll go whatever conference a let us play and now all of a sudden like bresca fans aren't the biggest fan like they're really questioning. Let's say i want to be good again. I don't care. I want nebraska. Good him i sat in. That stadium is gigantic. It's like the third biggest city nebraska on game days. I i wanna be good again. I don't know why that's good looking to cintas that i'd wear that. But that's that's adidas. We hope you'll get that for our schools. Why are you whispering. I don't know. But i like the texture the hoodie or the hat. I think they both look bad. I don't like to love yeah. I can't get already from a gap. The gap does not have asked the gaps still exist. Yes it's still like really wanna somebody's for gap back to school who oh man back to school. Gap commercials yes. I don't have cable side. I'm sure they're great. But okay first of all this georgia news number. One is filed under the shocking thing. Ever can we. Just go. And say i don't know what's going on his life. Whatever eric gilbert probably isn't going to be a star college football player the guy committed to several teams in in recruiting process. Then he goes lsu disappears increments. The florida disappears and he turns up at georgia and georgia is the place that will take him. Because georgia just takes five. Stars doesn't really worry about how it affects anything else and now he is a practicing with the team anymore. He's got some things going on a lot of guys just don't have college football in their blood and i don't think he's one. That's just me speculating. That's all that georgia's sources says dr washington. Tikey smith are each expected to miss three or four weeks minimum with injuries sustained in practice. Stay unlikely to be available against clemson. Huge deals darnell washington. If gohmert is not gonna play healthy years darnall washing still a five star tight end. Dr washington eric over are the same person. They're both six six hundred eighty pound. They're like lebron. James of like if lebron james floyd but there's also that's a weapon offensively for jt daniels against clemson's defense. That would nice to have smith's the bigger one. It is the bigger one. 'cause you're facing galela in week one and you're without tacky smith big time difference back right. Yeah i mean. He transferred in from west. Virginia's all american last year on multiple. Not just one sporting news. Ap i don't know if it was. Ap pro football focus had him as their defense. A safety All americans so that's a big loss and katie puts the in with a hypothetical loss clemson. What is georgia's path. That cost football playoff. I think it's very very simple. I think they're scheduled their regular season schedule favorite in every other game. Yeah and then they just beat alabama in the west. I think it's very very cut and dry I think you said beat alabama as if it's necessarily easy still is can be hot tap. No if they beat clemson no i think they would still be. They would loose alabama. I think they're still in but they could still being dominos the fall but if the hypothetical clemson laws was stores a football playoff wrestling same. Probably if you beat if you beat clinton you can play well and still lose to alabama and sec championship and make it up. Here's i don't disagree with that georgia clemson right clemson. Clemson needs us win a lot. Worse than shorties. Yes as it doesn't get this win. They might not play lost in the conference championship. Ever made the because laugh. No right oh yes who hold on. Ohio damage georgia. Jimmy didn't make it but not yeah. That's oh yeah because ohio state got in two thousand sixteen twenty seven It's almost like if you don't make it to the conference. Champions lost happens earlier in that day. That's the news only so we did the top five quarterbacks. Yes i the psa. I just completely forgot do and gala. When i was doing this list. I wish i would have added him on my list. Okay for who who you could. Golf coral mac. Yeah coral carol. I would have put him. Oh yeah i i. I'll be honest when i text to. This is drunk. Okay so i here's the thing we did a top five quarterbacks. This season is very very similar. I think there's only a couple players. They're only one. Less me willis is only on one list. He's jack has number three is he. The only guy only on one least j. daniels only on two lists makarau only on. No he's on mackerels on three list. Okay anyway so katie. And i have the same number one. It's sam how north carolina. I am very confident. That's the number one quarterback in the country. I have no idea what casey or jackass seen from spencer rather to put him number one in the country that bay people very mad. Awful tweet one of the worst tweets i've ever seen. Is it spencer rattler. Good or is he just oklahoma's quarterback that's people worthy question. And i haven't jalen hurts couple years ago but i think regardless of where he will be is he. Can i leave. My point is like not wasn't good. I don't think he'd be trashing somewhere else. I think he'd be a top ten hebrew heisman candidate if he was colorado score back. No the answer is now. I think he could still be in the top ten for like betting wise. But i don't think he'd be number one would he just. Yeah like if. Tom brady played for the jets. They weren't up won the super bowl. Last year was talking to do with anything. It's like a hypothetical that doesn't really add up corral was oklahoma's quarterback he'd be number one I agree with that. I don't disagree with that. But that's yet based upon situations. But i seemed as the at least. I read the tweet from the tone of perspective. That like oklahoma's quarterbacks aren't very good. I know that's not what she's saying. I think leonard say closing. qb you you like. Automatically they get a little bump by being. I what they produce. What ten info quarterbacks the past decade okay so my question. I know i mean katie. Have sam how as number one quarterback he's back in the country. Why casey and jackie you have spent so rattlers number one quarterback in the country lot of talk or not no. I just stopped talking. I was just wondering. I stopped talking. Gonna let you wouldn't even let you talk. I wish there was no precedent. That say that i wasn't gonna let you talk okay. It's just absurd that you would sit there and tell me i'm not gonna let you talk you talk so i can talk. Why aren't you talking. It was she said that to me. Five seconds ago. It was a job. That i just don't understand why you were accused me of not lend you talk. I'm gonna let you talk. She has done. You can talk all right. I'll be done in just a minute. Talk i think is very good. I do number three number one over. Sam how yeah. I think he's unpretentious projections. He's always very well last year for sixty eight touchdowns and fourteen receptions seven thousand yards junior. I'm not taking anything away from sam. Hal and katie. I i will say i. I'm gonna put spitzer rattler number one for sake of argument because of all four of us. Sam house number one. What's the point. But i think you've been talking about how good you think spencer outlets going be good or who do you can have a better season at the end of twenty twenty. How that's why i got him. Sam house the best quarterback in the country samao is as lights out. He's great again..
"james floyd" Discussed on Fantasy Football Overtime
"Yeah he's one of the few players that really really loses value in a pr format in a standard format. I actually kinda liked damian harris this year. But he only had eight receptions ten games last season. So you can't expect any receiving work outta damian harris in. Yeah with cam newton there. He's gonna steal of the goal line touchdowns a key. You can't draft damian harris if you think cam newton is going to be the guy. Absolute downside of harris to like this is worst case. Scenario is that. He's the between the twenties runner and they bring in stevenson. The goal to pair with cam Just because that's such a bill belichick type thing to do. Because we haven't talked about sony michelle. Who's the route one running back that they drafted a couple years ago. But i'm assuming based off of these conversations. We all think that's sony's gone he. Yeah he's going to get dropped cut. Whatever his are absolutely don's owed like todd gurley level knees. I don't see him playing another snap in the. Nfl yeah sony stays for some reason. Does that take away any running back. Then that you're drafting even at adp like we said harris you like him at his adp. Currently if if sony stays in new england are you targeting. I'll say any of the three. Because james floyd's in different category pr leagues. I'm not taking damian harris at wanna one. There's this zero upside there. Yeah none of them. But i just don't see a world where sony stays. I don't either but high situation to throw at you but james white at two fifteen. I feel like deily all kind of feel a little bit differently. There i mean. James white has been really productive in his career but last year was his worst season since his rookie year huge coincidence. That happened right when tom brady leaves. He's twenty nine years old. He's not your typical twenty nine year. Old running back though he only has three hundred nine career carries derrick. Henry had more carries through week. Fourteen last season than james white has in his entire career so he's approaching that thirty running back cliff but his may look a little different than than what we're used to seeing is the a running back or wide receiver. He's a running back. He's excuse me he's a wide receiver. That gets the running back designation. Ignition and gets very very low depth of target catches that. I like for pr again here. If mac jones's name the starter for some miracle whites value goes way up his. That's going to be that safety valve four of rookie quarterback. Yeah he's another guy. I don't really like with cam. Cam prefers to run it over. Check it down. But he likes to throw short to receivers but if it's like behind him or next to him he just runs instead. So i like james. Wait a lot more with mac jones if for whatever reason are gonna zero. Rv strategy. james white is the kind of guy you'll want especially with where he's being drafted like he's he's not even being drafted in most leagues right now. Which is crazy. Npr leagues like. If he's my rb. Five or six. I i absolutely love that. He's gone around keyshawn von tied johnson. Wayne gaughman yeah like why. Why is he in that mix. He's a guy that's actually gonna see the field and could very well have fifty sixty reception bad offense not guaranteed load each. We are like volume you tweet. Just because he's based off so many so many targets if they're winning they're not gonna be throwing the ball very much that just kind of it has to be a perfect scenario for him to give you weekly value speaking of bad offenses..
"james floyd" Discussed on Papo no Auge!
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"james floyd" Discussed on Tales of American History
"He's he's buried there but then we've also found the remnants of his gun shop there we really and so his gun shop was there. We know where he's gun shop was that Then conrad moved in later. He wasn't here until probably again. I'm thinking seventeen eighty seven Having trouble recall dates today for some reason but they but he had a son named noah and noah actually apprenticed with his uncle. Michael there was even after after conrad died. He actually sat in seventeen ninety. And there's only one rifle known that signed by him in the book. And there's i guess now. We have three rifles. That are signed. Michael one that belonged to to Gosh captain james floyd that still in the family. And then there's the and you mentioned. Joe candidate The the the my colombo rifle come from the kindred collection i been able to purchase the conrad unbel- rifle and i started Pouring through the books and this thoughts on the kentucky rifle and its golden age that can dig wrote in nineteen sixty is considered the bobble if you will in the long in the long rifle the kentucky rifle world and among go back to this quick to even in pennsylvania. We've got documents now for a long time. People kept saying this kentucky rifle. Come from the song the battle of new orleans that was done. You know after the battle of new orleans but it was really common. This term was really common bay tino three and new york baltimore. London newspapers to describe it interest. Grab this gun. But we now have documented. That's dated seventeen ninety eight At a pennsylvania gun shop listing what he made and one of the top of firearms that he made were kentucky rifles even in pennsylvania. This this term was was being used. But but going back to michael. Michael and joe kennedy had started studying and i had went to kindergarten. And we're talking about six hundred rifles just kind of leaned up against the wall and and i started going through these rifles and i didn't see anything and he told me nothing was for sale and and But anyway and so. I went through. All of these guns and my friend are landing. I dedicated the book to. That's kinda my mentor. And my daddy and best friend who's now eighty eight years old and still going strong But he was talking to joe and they were having a conversation and and you know. I thought man i better go through these again and half halfway around the room now not once all day you know. These are so many you know we're talking to an excess of six hundred so so so many rifles you kind of have to have a rhyme or reason and it's real overwhelming so i was kind of going from my left to the right the same way that i would read now not once during the day had ever reached back at always pulled out what was in front of me and get it went on to the next one and i was halfway around the room and for some reason i reached back maybe three feet i mean a long reach and picked up a gun picked up a rifle in one of the things as collector and as a student of these rifles for years and looking at a rival of made the exercise to not look for a signature but rather to look at the artwork and to test myself to teach myself how to locate where this rifle was made by architecture and.
"james floyd" Discussed on Jogo Bonito
"I mean originally came in because teams will just sit in back in in european taking the drawer and you know waiting to go home and and really push teams but yeah. I think it's it days. Served a purpose back in back in the day when it first came in. But yeah i think now you roy it kind of. It's almost ruining it for me. I think the waco's routes probably worth staying. It's just the fact that the end of ninety minutes it should just see is well even if you want to be fair with because it's a two legged affair you get in the ninety minutes and just spoke aches unless making really fat and let's make them take spot kicks on the halfway line though one's in front of a crowd or partisan crowd to fall. Well they have to sheet from the noble they do they come and they just paint the goal line they will one to the training goes and put it in the middle and i just take spot kicks s and there's no france built on the ground. Golvin jimmy you still about that of new made maybe somewhere else in in one of jimmy's many books of possible ideas to in game audio volume. Seven nine hundred and ninety. Three to nineteen ninety-five. James off happened sawing episode arthur eight nine throw every sniffy earth fleet. James floyd.
"james floyd" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"And the ad council. I'm bobby with today's carbonic minute making it to work on time. Maybe hard but the journey itself doesn't have to be you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting live for seven newsbeat. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's a new executive order. I'm him who fox news. The white house says president biden will sign one today designed to make it easier for americans to vote. The order comes on the anniversary of bloody sunday. In alabama today marks fifty six years since the marches and bloody sunday when more than five hundred demonstrators gathered on march seventh nineteen sixty five demanding. The right for black people to vote and cross selma's edmund. Pettus bridge has protesters were met by dozens of state troopers facts as jeff monosso last week. House democrats passed legislation to update voting procedures. Passage in the senate is uncertain senate. Democrats delivered coronavirus relief approving a nearly two trillion dollar plan that the house votes on tuesday. Our number one lodestar is going to be helping the american people and if they more help we'll do another bill. Majority leader chuck schumer. Republicans called the plan. A progressive wishlist. A high profile. Police trial hasn't started it already. Demonstrators gathering last night. Dozens of people showed up outside. The governor's mansion in minnesota to demand accountability for police officers. Tomorrow jury selection starts in the trial against derek. chauvin who's charged with the murder of james floyd. He died last may after chauvin preston knee to his neck. This city is bracing for potential outcome in the george floyd trial that perhaps protesters may not be happy with minneapolis. Officials estimate six hundred and fifty thousand dollars to protect the city's five police precincts city hall and the public service building up to a million dollars spent on fencing downtown. Fox's matt fin meanwhile police are looking for suspects following a deadly shooting last night at the intersection where floyd encountered police. America's.
"james floyd" Discussed on KGO 810
"A couple minutes to tell us about his show coming up today at ten o'clock but where are we with the aftermath of James Floyd how do we move forward here and you know there are so many different ways to look at this but I think the most important one is the very first point it's not the finding we are not defining police departments we are reforming or changing or maybe the right word comes from national political correspondent correspondent and author of the daily to to the Washington post James Hohmann and that word might be demilitarizing are that sounds like something out of Afghanistan the right James I mean what I hear well our military or police look like something out of Afghanistan may not be true struck watching covering these protests your turn their thirteenth day here in DC you know the the it's not just the National Guard in the military that have D. M. routes mine resistant impervious entitled vehicles that were designed to withstand IEDs in Iraq you know to be literally small police departments in our country have grenade launchers and bayonets that the Pentagon has given them as part of this program that was originally created after the Cold War to get rid of surplus and then expand it what kind of a provision of the bill and it kind of exploded since nine eleven the result is that our police department you know I I know a lot of guys who served in Iraq and Afghanistan and the infantry and say they're they're using more intense equipment than they had when they were fighting al Qaeda and ISIS over there until this isn't the be all end all this isn't gonna deal with the systemic racism that such a real problem but the militarizing is something that a lot of reformers on Capitol Hill in the various civil rights groups believe is achievable there are some Republican allies who could get behind it including the coke Charles coke rand Paul people like that in so there's there's some effort underway in DC at least to to kind of take away some of the most hardcore military equipment fifty caliber gun stuff like that again not not you know it's different in defending the police but it would change the dynamic of the relationship between law enforcement and in the government well yeah we're a long way from Andy of Mayberry that's for damn sure and having you know having grown up in and watch this you know again I still have my father's thirty eight he was a decent cop M. and we got to we have to keep it they block the pan firing because he could never use it again we got to keep its bads that north it was it was interesting you know when you go back and think you know it back then so much with policing was communication and I don't know when that broke down I don't know when it we got to this point where we felt that we have to I mean posse comitatus was written for a reason it was it was the idea behind that is that the military does not our military does not attack human human beings in our country American citizens and and the course in the insurrection act which is you know it's from a totally different period of time you know where you know we just you know at what will lose because right before the the war of eighteen twelve we had we were literally fighting in a war with Britain still still had even happened the second war so it's a it's a but the idea that we can use that to attack US citizens are from a bill that was designed to you know to stop people from Creighton whiskey and solid no voiding no federal taxes I mean it's it's really this I just tell people when I go to these conventions the political conventions and I watch the police line up and they all look like the dark force from Star Wars yeah hi you go with there's a disconnect here somebody's not getting the message out that's not a that's not the United States and I knew growing up into the you know the I. D. after focusing in twenty fourteen we saw all you know to do the same kind of dynamic playing out whenever civil unrest broke a bomb issued an executive order not getting rid of this program the ten thirty three program which is what allows the Pentagon to give all these weapons of war to local police departments but he he feel that back you said no grenade launchers no fifty cal you know no M. wraps and it knows you know correct sold drones and one of the things that president trump did during his first seven months in office was signed an executive order on doing that and indeed expanding the program's billions of dollars in equipment is going out to the police department Joe Biden the thing he's going to restore that but a lot of people I've talked to on Capitol Hill this week so that it that it needs to go further than that salute this year there's no question I'm an insurrection this was an interruption that we saw last week and and and you know I think that this is gonna end up being part of the conversation about what form you need to do it the congressional Democrats but a build like a hundred fifty pages long and what side of the pages were about this issue with this program I'm kind of putting in place some of those limitations that Obama had in addition to everything else and it definitely should be part of the conversation at the very least well and you know it's funny because I I I think irony is one of the most misunderstood yet most important human interactions to understand if if you keep giving people hammers they're gonna find something the work at a nail and and that's where we are right now we have we have created an us versus them mentality between citizens and the police and ironically it's conservatives right now that seems to be so gung ho about it and you would think conservatives again with the whole idea to minimize government intervention into our lives the R. would be against this you mention rand Paul who is a self described libertarian put it in some ways that down that's younger Johnson and others have come out said this to it we have to stop this but I don't know how you pull it back that's I mean how does a woman that's the thing is you know that in the nineties with after Waco and the branch Davidians and if if if a democratic president was was kind of doing this definitely would have a lot of voices on the right crying foul and and you know it it doesn't really matter who's in charge curly or system isn't designed to have this kind of a relationship and to your point chip there's a lot of academic studies on this now they have looked at places where they've given out these weapons you know when you when you get people hammered everything's a nail and when you militarized police departments they're more like that you have all these athletes around and in fact one of the provisions as part of this Pentagon program was if you.
"james floyd" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"High Life after the American dream I wanted to ask you about this whole coal to. To de-fund Police Michael and also governor Cuomo is. Discussion of what she's calling. The say their name Bill. This is the New York state level. He says the next wave of reform reform will be shift funding from NYPD to youth and social services. Reform Fifty, A. transparency. That was what the mayor is calling for, but the governor in their say their name bill is calling for. A number of different. demands, and I wanna get your sense of what exactly that say their name bill means when he says more transparency, the New York attorney. General in charge of prosecution of police, there should be no colds and other issues, Michael. Well those are things that are you on the back end of this issue? Right like the defunding the police demand isn't abolitionist demand one? We have to understand in recognize it as such. The the shifting of funds from the police, department currently as you stated the New York City Police Department's budget nearly six billion dollars, almost two billion dollars in Los Angeles constituting almost eighteen percent of their budget. It's similar numbers in Chicago and other large cities. Those are funds that could go toward a building the type of institutions in infrastructure for the health and safety of people like Linda. was just saying you can invest that money in things that people actually need the one thing that has come of this global pandemic of covid nineteen is an understanding of what constitutes essential. What do we actually need and so an police have shown that they are in essential. They are not there to do what people imagined them to do. They don't protect. They don't serve unless you are rich white. And so in that instance, if you continue to find the police at the rates that you do and in the you are denying other services those funds. which you set up an untenable situation in which you always need, the police or need the police, because a system of inequality requires that violent enforcer in when when there are uprisings as we've seen, the police enacted the suppression of these uprisings in the past couple of weeks ago, so the call for defunding the police really is sort of the first thing is one of the first demands it goes along with decriminalization. It goes along with the building of new institutions that are actually community oriented safety measures and also getting rid of White Supremacist Hetero Patriarch. Patriarch, capitalism, taking a shot right at the heart of what that means, and how that that is under girding every institution in the United States defunding the polices one step toward that and it's a crucial step because it gets people to understand that they prioritize the police in ways that are unhealthy for so many of us that are dangerous that threaten our lives. Let me ask you about campaign. Zero efforts at reform they released an eight can't wait campaign with eight reforms they claim would reduce police killings by almost three quarters. Abolition abolitionists are responding with an eight to abolition platform. Explain all of that. Yes so in the midst of this campaigns zero at which is a organization of sorts that came out of the Ferguson uprisings, and has been at the forefront of activist organizing around police violence They've delivered to us. Stats on policing and police violence and use of force that have been crucial to, and they've been uncovering things about police union contracts, and and those things are really essential, but they're programmed. The eight can't wait. the the policy reforms that they issued in came along with this nice graphic, and the were shed on social media. They're really milk. Toast reforms right, and then what they do is sort of changed the rules of engagement for police. Right like they say you know. Got The war issue a warning before shooting, or you can't use chokehold, so you can't shoot at a moving vehicle and these sorts of things, and while those things could do something in terms of the reduction of police violence by. Campaign zero own admission on their website the seventy two percent number, the reduction of police violence by seventy two percent would only happen if you go from having zero of these reforms to having all eight at one time. Then, you would reduce police violence by seventy two percent, but. Across the country, a number of police departments have these reforms in place. What that what that means, the whole is that you're not getting at what the actual issue is the broader issue of policing as it as a structure being meant to always having been in its historical roots, a measure of suppression measure of violent law enforcement of white supremacy and capitalism and so the eight to abolition response, which has been led by black seminoles abolitionists. It's to say these. These are actual forms that are also actionable items right now that you can do the actually strike at the heart of policing, it reduces points of contact with police so that we don't have cable remove police from schools. we decriminalizing so that we have fewer interactions with police were setting up. Community led a conflict resolution so that people don't call the police for these minor conflicts such as like. Complaints or parking violations and stuff like that. That could be held a that could be handled. If we were talking to one another. These are things that are that are actionable right now that you can do to divest from the idea of policing carceres logic that has seeped into all of our our thinking. That the police are somehow a necessity in safety when they've proven over and over that they're not. Going to be. With Alex Vitale. Author of the end of policing, but I wanted to ask you Linda about the thirty five year old African American men named Jimmy Floyd. Another Mr Floyd, who died after being pepper sprayed by guards inside the Metropolitan Detention Center Floyd had been held at the Brooklyn jail since October two thousand and nineteen families. He was a smack on Thursday. Protesters gathered outside the MDC to demand justice for Floyd. Inside prisoners knocked on their walls and solidarity. This is Floyd's father, James Floyd speaking at the protest. Claim a lot of. The Day All not as good so. Say. Can you tell US Linda? has been marching from Minneapolis to Loy. Ville. Now here in New York, You've been involved with this protesting this case. We just have thirty seconds, but if you can tell us what happened to Jamaica Floyd. I have been in touch with the family and working with them. This is a thirty five year old man who was about to be released from prison very soon MDC is for people who are pretrial or about to be released, so they are not a threat. They are about to go home. He was pepper sprayed in his cell where he was not a threat to any other inmates, and so we are outraged at MDC and I want people to remember as we say, and police brutality as we talk about black lives matter that also incarcerated black lives matter, and that means that we also the systems of incarceration that also kill our brothers and sisters inside, so this case.
"james floyd" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"On bringing back sports at Tuesday's press briefing the president said he's tired of watching baseball games that are fourteen years old vice president pence today holds a phone call with what the White House because the college football management committee and there are several representatives from the sports world in the president's council to re open America including commissioners from major professional leagues and the owners of the New England Patriots Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Cowboys Karen Travers ABC news Washington the latest sport to put a hold on its activity the tour de France CBS is Elaine Cobb is in Paris the international cycling union today announced that the sport's most prestigious race will go ahead of this year but two months later than usual the tour to France will now begin August twenty ninth and will finish on the show as a leasing in Paris on September twentieth the race had to be rescheduled after France's president Emmanuel mackerel extended a ban on all major public events until mid July Alain called CBS news powers rapper meek mill doing his part to feed the hungry during the call the nineteen pandemic sounds like this one rapper decided to auction off his rolls Royce phantom part of the all in challenge it is dedicated to addressing food inequality in the Instagram announcement Sir he also nominated lebron James Floyd Mayweather and James harden to donate to the cause as of yesterday this challenge raised over one point six billion dollars with the funds going to.
"james floyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Dr king's commitment to nonviolent social change as well doctor but do we appreciate his strategic approach Terence McKnight stay on the special broadcast commemorating legacy of Reverend doctor Martin shoes we are the world famous and historic Apollo theater in Harlem USA what has and celebration a stellar cast of intellectuals historians journalists strategists and poets join WNYC co host houses stored and James Floyd to unpack Dr king's activist roots and strategic approach to media coverage this is the strategic Kay the Reverend doctor Martin Luther king junior's visionary leadership a co production of public radio and association with the Apollo theater live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jax beer six Democrats vying for the party's presidential nomination will be debating tonight in Las Vegas is NPR's Bobby Allen reports as the first debate featuring billionaire Michael Bloomberg was rise in the polls and lavish campaign spending are expected to make the targets are set to be some fears combat between Blumberg and his five rivals on stage that's because Bloomberg seemingly boundless war chest has propelled him near the top of national polls there's also been a day lose of negative news stories about Bloomberg the coverage has focused on his record as mayor of New York an old remarks stories have aired accusations of sexism support for discriminatory policing and raise questions about his ties to Wall Street it may T. up some tense exchanges between Blumberg and Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren in Vermont senator Bernie Sanders the to represent the left flank of the party in view Bloomberg as the antithesis of their core messages Bobby on NPR news Washington president trump is ousted the Pentagon's top policy official undersecretary of defense for policy John rood given his walking papers would last year's certified Ukraine and made enough any corruption progress to justify the release of congressionally authorized aid were the trump administration moved to delay that aid something became central the house impeachment case against the president on charges of abuse of power obstruction of Congress would is just the latest official to be purged after receiving or after perceived disloyalty to the president one of America's biggest food company says it seeing increased demand from China but as NPR Scott Horsley explains Tyson foods is having trouble meeting the demand as a result of the coronavirus outbreak at the heart of this fight is a federal rule known as borrower defense during the Obama administration at the heart of this fight is a federal rule known as borrower defense during the Obama administration several for profit colleges were found to have lied to borrowers and advocates push the a department to use the rule to give students their money back divorce is now trying to replace that rule with a tougher one with this new lawsuit advocates are trying to stop her the complaint was filed by the project on predatory student lending and public citizen and in it they argue divorces version makes it so hard for students to prove they were misled that few will ever get their money back in a statement the department says it will vigorously defend its regulation which gives borrowers the relief they're owed restores fairness and saves taxpayers money Cory Turner NPR news checking numbers on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average gained a hundred and sixty five points today the nasdaq closed up eighty four points the standard and poor's five hundred was up fifteen points today you're listening to NPR news in Washington and this is WNYC in New York on Shawn Carlson listeners in the New York region are reacting to the surging poll numbers of former mayor Mike Bloomberg in the race for the democratic presidential nomination cue from new Rochelle says he supports Bloomberg's campaign because he thinks he could take on president trump I don't know if I'm gonna have feel like I have to wash my hands after I vote for him but you know he's certainly got the the money and I think you've got the the record with progressive causes so I'm all for it right now Ellie from Morristown is not a Bloomberg supporter she takes issue with his previous support of Republicans and divisive policing policies I just don't understand how Democrats any Democrats can vote for this guy where he's against everything that the platform there democratic platform is Bloomberg again takes the debate stage for the first time in Las Vegas tonight that debate starts at nine PM eastern we will have the latest recap and analysis tomorrow on both morning edition and the Brian Lehrer show jurors wrapped up their second day of deliberations in the trial that could send Harvey Weinstein to prison for the rest of his life the panel of seven men and five women were asked to review several pieces of evidence as they wait charges against the disgraced movie producer one scene faces five felony sex crime charges his lawyers contend that 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"james floyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I have found an H. T. New York welcome to a special MLK day presentation of all of it it's a W. NYC an Apollo theatre collaboration reported live in front of an audience at the legendary Apollo theater in Harlem the theme of this year's event focused on Dr king's approach to achieving a quality the program is called the strategic king M. L. K.'s visionary leadership posted by yours truly give me and my sis James Floyd and WQXR's terrace coming up we'll talk about modern day media strategies around social justice as well look at the next generation of leaders and we'll hear from a very special guest artists and record the fellow Carrie Mae Weems performs a piece called how do you measure a life I'm Alison Stewart and we'll get to all of it on this end okay day special recorded live at the Apollo live from NPR news in Washington I'm she Stevens the White House has released justice department legal opinions meant to bolster its case for defying subpoenas issued by house impeachment investigators meanwhile the White House says that eight house Republicans will be a part of president trump's defense team the president's impeachment trial begins Tuesday former Rudy guiliani associate charged with illegally funding for money into US political campaigns is asking the US Attorney General to recuse himself from the case details from NPR's Bobby Alan Ukrainian born Florida businessman left Parnassus says the president's personal attorney sent him to Ukraine the fine damaging information about the Biden family the justice department is probing part **** role now part as his lawyers say because Attorney General William Barr has himself been accused of playing a role in the Ukraine affair he cannot fairly look into Parnassus in a separate case federal prosecutors have indicted Parnassus on campaign finance charges finances legal team says giving both the Ukraine matter and the campaign finance case to a special prosecutor outside of the justice department is the only way to quote preserve the public trust in the rule of law justice department lawyers haven't yet responded to the request Bobby on NPR news Washington secretary of state Mike Pompeii has met with Venezuelan opposition leader one quite ill as John notice reports from pale pledged you was solidarity with WYO who is recognized by dozens of countries as Venezuela's legitimate head of state quite ill met with Pompey on the sidelines of a regional counterterrorism summit in the Colombian capital of Bogota quite was barred from leaving Venezuela last year after he defied Maduro by declaring himself acting president but he snuck across the border on Sunday at a news conference lavished praise on white who in turn predicted that Maduro's days are numbered and like the without someone today the dictatorship is more isolated the ever and that presents a huge opportunity quite upset however polls show that why does support back home is slipping one medusa remains firmly in control of Venezuela for NPR news I'm generous in Bogota Colombia a manhunt continues in Hawaii for a man who is wanted for killing two police officers standing in Honolulu a third officer was injured in the incident authorities say the suspect opened fire when the officers responded to a call about a man static his landlord while being evicted my experience is near the crime scene tells KFMB TV what he heard as the situation unfolds first.
"james floyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Senate impeachment trial will have a round up of the best impeachment podcast to listen to right now this is a WNYC FM HD AM your I know welcome to a special MLK day presentation of all of it it's a W. NYC an Apollo theatre collaboration reported live in front of an audience at the legendary Apollo theater in Harlem the theme of this year's event focused on Dr king's approach to achieving a quality the program is called the strategic king and please visionary leadership posted by yours truly Debbie and my sis James Floyd and if you have sars coming up we'll talk about modern day media strategies around social justice as well look at the next generation of leaders and we'll hear from a very special guest artists and record the fellow Carrie Mae Weems performs a piece called how do you measure a life I'm Alison Stewart and we'll get to all of it on this end okay day special recorded live at the Apollo live from NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein president trump's legal team has filed a legal brief laying out its defense against an impeachment conviction the Senate trial begins tomorrow NPR's Tamera Keith reports a brief uses both legalese and trump Ian flourishes calling the process rig and a quote brazenly political act by house Democrats that must be rejected he goes on to say Democrats through this process debase the grave power of impeachment as for the actual legal defense the brief argues trump didn't do anything wrong when he asked you cranes president the Lynskey to investigate vice president Joe Biden and his son hunter but they also argue abuse of power is it a crime anyway they say it is too big a standard and doesn't rise to a high crime or misdemeanor as spelled out in the constitution Democrats in their own brief say a president's abuse of his office is very much what the framers had in mind Tamar Keith NPR news the White House a gun rights rally in Richmond Virginia is officially over and while a state of emergency was called in anticipation of violence it's been largely peaceful NPR server McCammon is there the capitol grounds were very.
"james floyd" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Chop stories we're following on WBZ radio. Police are looking for answers after a man was fatally stabbed last night in Everett, Chicago, prosecutors are defending their move to drop charges against empire actor Jesse small lied while the city's mayor police superintendent are expressing outrage. The newest battle on Capitol Hill is an old battle on Capitol Hill revolving around healthcare, President Trump wants to do away with ObamaCare while Democrats are trying to save it much more on that coming up and former MVP a transit Cobb James Floyd of Winthrop is sentenced to three years probation after admitting. He grabbed he women while working on north station last year. The White House is reigniting the debate over health care. The Justice department is asking a federal appeals court to abolish the Affordable Care Act as unconstitutional. I just spoke with ABC's. Karen Travers about what this means. And. Its potential impact. Surprise move from the Justice department the other day, and I think there's a couple of things to note here accord does strike down the entire Affordable Care Act. Everything would go even the popular provision. The thing that people like it's an all or nothing situation based on how this is making its way through the court system and the administration giving its approval to that federal judges ruling does give it some have. Now, it'll go up to the court of appeals like we go to the supreme court, probably in twenty twenty the other big important thing is if ObamaCare were to be invalidated there's no plan right now to replace it. The Republicans do not have something in the works. There's not something that's been passed or remotely close to being ready to do that. Which leaves a lot of uncertainty for this process in this might be affecting a lot of people multi millions of people at this point. How are people on both sides of the aisle responding to President Trump's decision Democrats? So looking at this like big political gift, you know, the president trying to do a victory lap for the Muller investigation, ending and what William? Ars letter said on Sunday, and this now gives Democrats something to talk about they can talk about policy. They ran on this midterm elections. This was the issue they say that allow them to sweep into the house majority the president in recent weeks, it said that Democrats are just investigating him. They're just harassing him. They're not focusing on things like health care. That's what he said. Well, now Democrats on the hill yesterday said we're going to focus on healthcare, and they're going to point out that the president has promised to keep protections for people with preexisting conditions. But what just legal brief by calling for the Affordable Care Act to be scrapped that would get rid of those protections. There certainly cause for concern because it's struck down as unconstitutional that would be it would lose that the benefits that were under it ABC's. Karen Travers, and by the way, just to clarify the Affordable Care Act is still in effect. It's just going through that court process. President Trump has also declared quote, the Republican party will soon be known as the party of healthcare. Boeing is such a brief. Hundreds.
"james floyd" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I'm Jim bask won't back with second rank Duke running it's winning streak to nine by bouncing NC state going to get through to Duke defenders. Here we go on leaks out. Looking inside for on gets it to him. Nice catch goes up. RJ bear four triple double Duke basketball history. Twenty three eleven and ten and what a play by Ziya Williamson to get him that tenth assist. You heard it from David Shumate from learfield. IMG college Barrett had dukes. I triple double less thirteen years twenty three points, eleven boards. Ten gibbs. Lou devils ninety four seventy eight over the Wolfpack became the fourth Duke player with a triple double in first and Sheldon Williams back in two thousand sixty spoke post game with our Allison Williams taking graduations on the triple double twenty three eleven in. What I was working for you tonight. Zara. My teammates. Did you realize you were close to getting on triple double doors, the six or seven and yours? To play the game. You played in front of Jay's LeBron James Floyd money, Mayweather just to name a few. What is it like playing in front of some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment amazing? Our team, you know, we're really talented hard-working paying off often people are trying to play a lot of fun. How aware are you of who's in the crowd? I don't really look journey game. But you know, you hear. Walking out now. Owns a lot of a lot of great players were here watching as well. Give me your thoughts on we got next North Carolina coming up. As a kid. That's. We're going to fight. We're gonna have a lot of fun.
"james floyd" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I'm Jim bask won't back with second rank Duke running it's winning streak to nine by bouncing NC state will get through to Duke defenders. And here we go Zion leaks out. Looking inside for on gets it to nice catch goes up. Triple-double tabu RJ bear was just a four triple double in basketball history. Twenty three eleven and ten and what a play by Ziya Williamson to get him that tenth assist. You heard it from David Shumate from learfield. IMG college Barrett had dukes. I triple double less thirteen years twenty three points, eleven boards. Ten Gibbs blue devils ninety four seventy eight over the wolf pack became the fourth Duke player with a triple double in first and Sheldon Williams back in two thousand six he spoke post game with our Allison Williams. Congratulations on the triple double twenty three eleven and ten I was working for you tonight. Czar with my teammates. To realize close triple double towards the end, I six or seven and. Was just trying to play the game. If you played in front of Jay z LeBron James Floyd, Mayweather just to name a few. What is there like playing in front of some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment? It's amazing our team, you know, we're really talented working is paying. Paying off and people are trying to come on display. It's a lot of fun. How aware of you are you of who's in the crowd? I don't really look during the game. Lines walking out now Jones and a lot of a lot of great players were here watching as well. Give me your thoughts on who you got next North Carolina coming up in just a few days. That's. I watch of games, and we're gonna we're gonna have a lot of fun..
Number of journalists killed worldwide increases in 2018
"Information also died while three hundred forty eight were held in tension around the world of the people in total listed as killed the group determined forty nine were deliberately targeted quote because they're reporting threatened the interest of certain people in positions of political economic or religious power or organized crime. The report said the other thirty one died in the field while reporting. The deadliest country for reporters in two thousand eighteen was Afghantistan where fifteen died in violent attacks such as bombings followed by Syria with eleven and Mexico with nine the US made it into the top five deadliest countries for journalists this year for the first time with six dying. Most of those died in a shooting at a Maryland newspaper earlier this year a Bill that would restore press freedom for tribally funded media on the Muskogee creek nation in Oklahoma has reached the desk of principal chief James Floyd, national native news, art Hughes reports the journal record newspaper reports the Muskogee national council approved legislation over the weekend. That reverses a November decision to give tribal executives editorial power over Muskogee media. The new legislation reinstates the three member and editors and tribal officials