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"jim boris" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

05:00 min | 11 months ago

"jim boris" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"I think I'm a little higher you know. You know pressing Williams we talked what we like them and then Brandon I I think in the fourteenth worked well for them a tight end we'll see how that turns out I I. I'm a little bit as big a huge Irv Smith Fan as a lot of the fancy pundits rights, but I don't know what about an Interim Howard Vendor from fantasy alarm was picking in the ten spot tonight he went with the Shawn Watson and Josh. Allen as quarterbacks running backs are Nick Chubb James Connor, Jordan Howard Sony Michelle Jerick McKinnon, and Lynn Boden. Then you have at where I'd Receiver De'andre Hopkins Alan Robinson Daria Slayton Curtis Samuel Rashad Pyramid Randall Cobb and Stevenson's tight ends are Hunter Henry hate and hearst and Gerald. Ever Dave I love the tight ends and quarterbacks not so much the running backs two receivers It's the took a lot of players that I will not be taking on my teams this year. Yeah I agree with you there and I think that he you know taking trouble early and Hopkins a little bit technically early I mean that's fine. Yeah. There's a lot of the running backs and receivers guys that I just not not huge fan. So I think that's those impact my evaluation as well. Yeah. Not Not Howard Guy Not a Michelle Guy. Slayton is your number three. Curtis Samuel. And I do like the Randall Cobb pick late and that Steven Sims selection could work out as well. moving on to Brian Melo here in the eleven spot, he went with Ben Rothlisberger Ryan Tannehill and Sam Darnold quarterback running back. David Montgomery Kareem Hunt Alexander Madison Aj. Dylan and Reich well armstead receivers are tyreek Hill Juju, Smith Schuster Adam feeling deontay Johnson Nicole Hartman. Paris. Campbell and Jalen Hurd Titans Travis Kelsey in Dallas along with Gregg Olsen he was the last team i. Believe to take a running back. Dave and Kinda shows as as I'm not a huge fan of the stable. The first two were fine Madison as your three edgy four. That's really not good and then he he obviously got the Pittsburgh Stack at receiver but this team will go as far as the running backs can carry them and unfortunately He doesn't have a lot of them and he waited until the fourth round to take his first one fifth round. Excuse me. Yeah I worked around. Sorry. Agree with what you're saying about the running back they both the to shop guys need to stay healthy Andy Productive. and. So I just don't see it. You know I don't I don't see that that's going to be, and then during by week season have issues great job waiting quarterback O'Brien. Love it man after my own heart final team, we're going to evaluate for the entire pros vs joes competition. It's Jeff Man's from grew elite here and he ends up with drew lock. And Philip rivers at quarterback running backs are camakers de Andrea Swift Mark Ingram Zach Moss, Darryl Henderson and Chris Tomson receivers. Davante. Adams Odell Beckham Aj Green. Mike Williams. Jalen. Reagan Michael Pittman and Lazar Titans are George biddle Tyler. I for end Jimmy Graham very top heavy at tight end I think you waited too long to grab his second one I. I. The Combo of lock and rivers does not really give me any kind of of trust that that they're going to be able to pull this off weekend and we go and just a lot of youth on this team. I mean I get Adams Beckham and green is your top three receivers. That's cool. But you're counting on rig or you're counting pittman acres swift Zach. Moss. On this team. Let's just too many rookies Dave too many rookies. That's that's like, Tobin? Agreement with that. Too many rookies and too many podcasts God we've done six of these now and we're GonNa put this one in the can ladies and gentlemen that is going to put a wrap on the twenty twenty pros vs joes competition our coverage of it at least with the high stakes fantasy football our one of the things Jim Boris calling in Armani for putting this whole thing together Dave Zach the F. FCC our producer mutual friend rob audio engineer, my best friend, Bryce and of. Course most importantly all of you listeners out there. Thank you so much for listening to all these podcasts as well. if you like covering live drafts, we ain't done yet. We got one more to cover before the start of the NFL season that is going to be this Friday. It is the live on the high stakes fantasy football or football guys, players, championship all these guys signed up they'll be playing for a half million bucks on Friday night trying to win that coming. Up in that draft will have a lot of former guests, the show Wayne Ferguson, Chris Carlson Vince Staff Bellina Jimmy. Wagner who you can hear the high stakes low down this coming Thursday bit flatman Dow who's The defending champion dip labs actually won this league twice now you have John Terry in this Sykes and Jim, Corcoran we'll be drafting our good buddy rate Chung along with the the Ivy League Professor Kern Reeve is going to be drafting in this Frank Inborn Nonni David David David. Jefferson and Liz Ballard, all going to be participating in this draft Friday. Night, it is going to be on our early nine eight central for our broadcast on Friday. We'll be with you for the duration of that draft you which is talking about kickers, defenses. Oh thank God I'm GonNa do they now? I'm going to talk about everybody's. All the opt-outs at the Patriots you guys get in the nineteenth round somebody who's tweeting that on on a football guys drafted anyway, which is totally true..

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"jim boris" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

06:11 min | 11 months ago

"jim boris" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"I think they're going to be trailing a lot and you know kind of kind of the the one thing about four net to is i. you know there's a good chance that. come come trade deadline. He might be tossed and might be a number one somewhere else. So that was kind of another thing because. And and listen to somebody touches last year out of the Backfield So you know four, nine, four, nine while he's there I, like him and and the fact that their trail and you know he gets some keep dump off, passes and then deep you know D-. Do to break out anyway. Yeah. It was a guy that was always a heisman trophy finalist put up some pretty big numbers and Oklahoma Jim Boris is put up pretty big numbers in the FCC putting up a good score offer his team at least by my standards night, we'll get into that later on in the program Jim I'm GonNa let you get back to the draft. Thanks so much for chiming with us. Tonight. Good luck the rest of the way and good luck in the main event this year man. Guys thanks for the thanks for the kind words and thanks for your time. Jim Boris Ladies Gentlemen The F.. FCC. Joe Drafting tonight out of the five spot. Want to catch everybody up we. We told you what happened in the fourteenth round. Here's what took place in the fifteenth round in another semi quarterback around here Jimmy Garoppolo leading things off to Brian Cooler here followed by Damian Harris right after that they mean Harris you goes goes to Chris Prints excuse me the Andrei Washington So you have Todd Hopkins going back to back chiefs backups here that's interesting and the Fourteenth Fifteenth Gets Darwin Thompson in the Andre Washington, you know Smith speaking of backups. Is The fifteen or four to Michael Nasdaq hundred renfro and then Teddy Bridgewater to Boris and then Armani their money takes bridgewater as his backup to Dak. He's the deck up as it were Carlos Hyde the jokes are terrible, but it's night six. This is what's going to happen people Carlos Hyde funnier than the other Carlos on the board, the Peterson Pierre and Steve Ashi right after that followed by Nikki behind high inflict that value there in the fifteenth round team Hines To, Mike Beers you have kirk cousins as the backup quarterback to Kyle Murray That's for Sky Islands there you have Randall cobb going off the board the Houston Texans receiver to Howard Bender Brian to Manalo then takes Greg Olsen and it's his number three tight end Philip rivers backing up a guru Li chap man's drew lock at his starting quarterback position. So you get the young and then you get the old day if you get the big arm and then the. Popcorn essentially with. But there is something to be said for that at least to get the the veterans stability there when you wait on quarterback that long I? Mean at least you should be getting some. Production their. Job or anything like that no. Yeah. Exactly. I mean, he is after the season, but he should be good to go twenty twenty match. For, certain Tyler I for then is his number two tight end see now this is something I would not do I know he has George he picked him in the first round they have I can't condone waiting into the sixteenth round to pick a second in especially when it's being Tyler paper I I it's Not, not. Good. Who Do to do that? Yeah I. GotTa Concur of Sam. darnold is the third quarterback selected by Brian to mellow here at the sixteen to you get a couple of running backs here, Jerick McKinnon and then Anthony McFarland to bender and then Eyler scold and tate off the boards Mike Beers couple of rookie tight ends. Then coal commit off the board the bears tight end followed by Devin Assisi to That's during our money. I believe they're taking him. Yes. Yeah. During our money takes CFC call come at once you saint-pierre and Ashi. Dede Westbrook you've heard that pick live on the air by Jim Boris you have Sean McCoy another buccaneers running back Leshan gumming up the works McCoy as he goes at the sixteen zero nine tonight to Michael Maverick. Derek Carr third quarterback selected by team three Todd, Hopkins Yep, Corey Davis, going off the board Oh. How the mighty have fallen Corey Davis in the sixteenth round tonight to Chris Prints and then Justin Jackson the Maybe backup running back for the chargers we're not really sure. GonNa, fall in yet but Justin Jackson goes with the final pick of the sixteenth round here Dave. And as we look at value and past two rounds, I like the Damian. Harris. Pick what do you make of the Darwin Thompson? de'andre. Washington. Stack Todd Hopkins did in the fourteenth and fifteenth I think that's a good way to spend those two picks. Oh, you personally I was just go with John. Jay. Washington leave Thompson alone but I don't think it's bad i. mean if that's what he wants to a shot and it makes a Lotta sense, all you really betting is that Edwards layer is is somewhat of a either injured or a bust in both both both are totally possible. So I think that that that's a nice way to go do you so what just curiously you don't you think Dr Thompson is the clear number three there. Then if you're just taking Washington, if you're GONNA, do it my opinion is that the Andre Washington wins the number two job over Darwin Thompson Yeah Okay all right, fair enough speaking of other value. In in the fifteenth and Sixteenth I like the hundred Renfro pick I think that made sense for for Jim Boris there a Carlos Hyde I mean say what? You will about him to get him in the fifteenth round behind the Oft Injured Chris Carson I think there's a Lotta outside there and I think that that's a guy that moves updraft boards as we get closer. To Vegas and main event really picking up steam in the he m hines obviously were of one mind on that and Randall Cobb you know. Say what you will about him say what you will what what he's done since he's left Aaron Rodgers and the packers but this dude catches back passes and there's a lot of them that just got vacated in that Houston, Texans offenses very true I mean he touched on. Pretty well, what do you make Greg Olsen and Seattle this year. And he he he had the foot issues last year he did all right when he was healthy, he's GonNa. He's contending with Disley for snaps, and obviously you got metcalf unlock it outside Going like a you know the top thirty, top thirty, two tight end though right now.

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"jim boris" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

06:49 min | 11 months ago

"jim boris" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"The phone lines right now you are on the air with a Dave and bulky on the ats are whom are we speaking with? This is Jim Boris I'm actually in the draft right now. Right, what's up the F. FCC Joe Jim Boris drafting in the five spot? How do you like your team so far Jim? Well just picked up on renfrew With this last pick you know every drafts different. You've just got to adapt my friend You know it's Nothing. Ever goes to plan I usually. Am Wide Receiver heavy early in this draft didn't didn't bode well for that for me. So I always try and get the best player available when possible. But yeah it's fair. I have a fair team I I'm I'm not over excited and I'm not disappointed. I dunno, you tell me what you think. Well. Let let me ask you this. Just curiously when you knew you're going to have the five pick I think the top four picks where pretty you know not run of the mill but pretty much what you'd expect to see here did you make up your mind that you're GonNa go with Michael Thomas at the one zero five before the draft started. Absolutely. So that for me, that was a no brainer anywhere. I. I might have even taken five to be honest with you I. I'm always always want to buster top top three, and then he position So if I can get that best receiver football take that all day long. When you talk about how your draft strategy changed, you normally are wide receiver heavy. You end up taking a quarterback in the second followed by a couple of running backs after that the what did the rest of the board sort of dictate that like when you see all these running backs flying off the board? Did you feel like I should probably get a couple of rushers here on my squad before it's too late? I needed to get one in. You know I needed to get four out there I was happy to get Johnson the you know a couple of rounds. Later, that round of the the next round of those only one after that Me Take him a homes in the second I never take quarterbacks early, but you know what? being this best ball being the you know again mahomes the best quarterback in the game So I I wanted to wanted to take advantage of that I didn't WanNa get into a situation where a couple guys got into where they got caught with. They got caught naked without quarterbacks you know late You know and that's that's that's a big boo boo you can't get caught without a quarterback and then I was looking at breeze I was looking at breeze as my backup and he got taken to pick before me but. Can I really complain if I get Rogers as my backup in the twelfth or whatever it was. Yeah exactly. You know actually. I mean I mean the okay I didn't get breezed. I got rodgers well. So so Jim. Outside, of Michael Thomas did you have a favorite pick a favorite selection of yours tonight when when the when you know you're on the clock and you're like, yes, this guy made it to me I'm so happy I can make this pick here. Did you have any of those moments tonight? I like the shepherd pick I I was looking at Shepherd You know as a fourth receiver, not too bad best value there i. also I also like the the the. It's silly. I think you win you win when Leagues Late Not in the first three rounds but like rounds seven to fifteen and the Murray pick I like plus it blocked the guy next to me so that he didn't have a backup. You know. So he didn't he didn't have the the handcuffed more to Alvin Kamara. So. So it Kinda. It helped me for depth and it hurts you know her the guy next to me. You know not not to be mean but it's right. Yeah it is. That's listen you approach to cares about them improve your team and and make sure the other teams cannot improve. There's we talked throughout pros vs joes, Jim about the the colts Backfield, and the lines backfield, your snared a couple of pieces from both of those teams tonight with Marlin, Mac, and Kerryon Johnson back to back in the seventh and eighth rounds. How do you view those splits this year I mean, do you view them closer to fifty fifty than some other teams or was this just basically trying to get a piece of that backfield in case something were to happen to Taylor? Swift. I like the guys I got rookies are GonNa, not play a big part this year covid covert and lack of practice and lack of reps and I think I think the rookies are going to be eased in because we nobody has any idea how they can pick up blitzes. Nobody has any idea if they know the playbook because reading it and knowing the classroom a totally different than actually executing on the field. So Mac for sure and I, and I trust me I love Jonathan Taylor. Taylor love them love them to death but not not this year I think he's GonNa I think he's GonNa get Curry's don't get me wrong but I think Mac and Johnson Kerryon Johnson are GonNa they're gonNA have probably a sixty forty, sixty, five, thirty, five, split. But if it's a short season. We don't because we don't know we don't know if it's GonNa go Games Twelve Games sixteen games I'm banking on everything I'm I my strategy was the bank on a short season just in case, and if it's a short season, I don't want the guys that have the thirty five percent that are going to dominate the second half of the year I want who's dominating the first half of the year. I can still still be a factor in the second half of the year. Jim Tell us who you're taking here in the sixteenth round. I have no idea but talking to you guys. Let's see Oh Shit I. Oh sorry. Sorry about that All right. Let's take a look at oh my goodness. Glad, you guys are awake you know what it's for. But. Let's go with You know what? Let's go with Dede Westbrook. Dede Westbrook from Jacksonville. This is a balanced team that that that you have so far and I think you add to that wide receiver depth here? With westbrook especially if Jacksonville is passing it a little bit more than you know there's such a heavy. Last year, right? Exactly. Yeah. You be behind. Go ahead I'm sorry. You'RE GONNA. Have mentioned year or two you don't you know which.

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04:37 min | 11 months ago

"jim boris" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news I'm Shay Stevens Georgia's governor and attorney general are suing Atlanta over the city's mask requirement. W ABC's Jim Boris. Jim burs has details Republican governor Brian. Kim issued an executive order that encourages Georgians to wear masks in public, but expressly forbids local governments from requiring it. Atlanta Savannah and at least a dozen other Georgia cities have issued mask mandates in hopes of slowing massive increases in covid nineteen cases here. Kim issued a press release. Saying the suit is on behalf of Atlanta business owners, and they're hardworking employees who are struggling to survive and that he won't watch quote. Disastrous policies threatened the lives and livelihoods of our citizens. Atlanta Mayor Kisha. Who recently tested positive for the corona virus tweeted quote, a better use of taxpayer money would be to expand testing and contact tracing. For NPR, news I'm Jim Boris in Atlanta record numbers of corona virus, infections and deaths were reported again Thursday the nation South and West the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Algae says just four states accounted for most of those cases in an interview with facebook CEO mark. Zuckerberg Valgy said it's time to reset efforts to reopen. Would I think we need to do and my colleagues agree is that we really got almost regroup. Call a timeout, not necessarily lockdown again, but say we've got to do this in a more measured way. We've gotta get her arms around this. We've got to get this control. Warns that more than one, hundred thousand daily Corona, virus, infections, or possible in the US at the nation doesn't come together to try to halt the spread of the disease. The US Supreme Court is refusing to lift a lower court order likely preventing Florida ex-felons from registering and voting in the November as NPR's Nina Totenberg reports majority of the state electorate agreed in two thousand eighteen to amend the state constitution to allow ex-felons vote. The referendum was an end run around the GOP controlled state legislature, and meant that hundreds of thousands of ex-felons would be eligible to vote, but the legislature then passed a bill that barred them from voting unless they paid all the remaining fees, fines and restitution imposed as. As part of their sentences, the federal courts three times struck down to pay to play scheme as unconstitutional and ordered that felons many of them indigent be allowed to register and vote this month. However, the eleventh circuit. Court of Appeals without explanation intervened to prevent the ex felons from voting now. The Supreme Court, also without explanation has refused to intervene as well. Three justices noted their descent, accusing their colleagues of repeatedly condoning disenfranchisement this year, Nina Totenberg, NPR news Washington in Pre market trading US futures are higher. This is NPR news. The Vatican is advising bishops to report investigations into clerical sex abuse of minors to civil authorities. Even if local laws do not require it. NPR Silvio Pohjola reports that it's part of a long awaited manual. The handbook was issued in numerous languages and comes a year and a half after Pope Francis summoned the heads of the world's bishops conferences for a four day tutorial on abuse for the past two decades Roman, Catholic churches around the world have been hit by numerous sex abuse cases and have spent billions of dollars in settlements. The manual does not have the force of a new law, but goes beyond the current policy that bishops must report allegations of sex crimes, only where legally required the manual is aimed at depriving bishops of excuses, not to investigate allegations of clerical sex abuse in order to protect their priests Soviet Jolie NPR news. The Republican National Committee is scaling back the size of its convention next month in Jacksonville S Corona virus infection surge in Florida. The party moved the event from Charlotte to Protest Carolina's covid nineteen restrictions. A federal ban on cruises is being extended through the end of September the no sale order imposed in response to nineteen was set to expire next week that applies to ships, carrying two, hundred, fifty or more passengers. The CDC says they were nearly three thousand cases of Covid, nineteen or similar illnesses and thirty four deaths on cruise ships for March first to tenth. Nine ships are still dealing with outbreaks. I'm Shay Stevens this is NPR news..

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04:38 min | 1 year ago

"jim boris" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Speer President Donald Trump says US schools must reopen in fall despite the coronavirus pandemic, but as NPR's frank or Donas explains his authority over schools is limited. President. Trump tweeted and all capital letters schools Muss. Open in the fall and included three exclamation marks. The emphatic message comes as some governors reinstate safety restrictions to try and contain the spreading virus, it state and local leaders who generally have jurisdiction over the schools, but trump's staff mark meadows said on Fox News the White House is working on a plan. He's willing to invest to make sure that whatever adjustment we have to make in our lifestyle is temporary. We gotta get the schools open this fall. We're coming up with plans to do just that on Tuesday president trump. Trump and the first lady plan to join a meeting on safely reopening the nation's schools, Franko or Donas NPR news the FDA has authorized another rapid task for the corona virus. NPR's Richard Harris reports. The tests can be given on the spot in doctor's offices and hospitals. Let's corona virus tests look for genetic material from the virus, but this test looks for fragments of Corona virus pro team. It's called an antigen test. The FDA authorized the first of these made by quite l. back in May now. Lab giant Becton Dickinson also has emergency authorization to sell its antigen test. These tests provide results in fifteen minutes and having average wholesale price in the twenty dollar range, but they aren't as accurate as genetic tests. They failed to pick up more than ten percent infections, so the FDA recommended follow up. Test of a result comes back negative. Del says it's making a million tests a week, Becton Dickinson says it hopes to ramp up to two million tests a week by October. Richard Harris NPR news. The mayor of Atlanta says she has tested positive for the corona virus from member station. W. A. B. E.. Jim Bruce has more in a twitter post Atlanta Mayor Kisha Lands Bottoms Rights Covid nineteen quote literally hit home, confirming she's tested positive for the corona virus bottom stressed in the tweet that she has had no symptoms. Bottoms who was fifty is often cited as a potential running-mate for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. She's been a vocal critic of Georgia's governor. Seeing Brian Kemp was too quick to reopen the state. Confirmed cases of covid nineteen have been steadily increasing across Georgia with the state likely to surpass the one hundred thousand mark. Tuesday for NPR news. I'm Jim Boris in Atlanta the white woman walking her dog in Central Park, who called police during a videotape to speak with a black man has been charged with filing a false report. Amy Cooper drew widespread condemnation, calling nine one to claim. She was being threatened on Wall Street. The Dow was up four hundred and fifty nine points. This is NPR. Billionaire West Virginia Governor Jim Justice Families Companies received at least eleven point one million dollars federal rescue package met keep small businesses afloat during the coronavirus pandemic. That's based on information released by the Treasury Department. It shows at least six justice family businesses receiving the paycheck protection program. Exclusive members only club attached to a lavish resort. The Justice owns public governors considered to be West Virginia's richest man through ownership of dozens of coal and agricultural firms. Since March professional theater in the US has been shot down by today. Actors equity the national. Union that represents actors and stage managers announced it has approved contracts for two productions in western Massachusetts this summer. Here's Jeff London. It was looking like a sad summer in the burke shares Tanglewood. The Boston symphony summer home canceled its concerts. Jacob's pillow canceled its dance performances and the Williamstown theatre festival moved its season onto audible, but there are some glimmers of hope actors equity approved contracts for an outdoor production of the musical God spell featuring ten actors and to stage managers. It starts performances. Performances at the end of July at the Berkshire Theatre Festival and an indoor production of Harry Clarke man at the Barrington stage. Company opens in August, both will be presented with strict social distancing protocols and safety measures for NPR news I'm Jeff London in new? York was down two cents a barrel to forty sixty three a barrel. I'm Jack Speer NPR news..

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04:37 min | 1 year ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. Federal health officials have confirmed a new covert nineteen infection in California. That could be the first case of the virus spreading the United States the Centers for Disease Control and prevention so that the patient has no history of exposure to another infected person or travel to the region in China where the outbreak began president. Trump says the government is prepared for any threat posed by the corona virus outbreak amid growing fears of a pandemic trump also says there is no plan to extend his travel ban to include South Korea. Which has the second highest number of cases behind China as W ABC's Jim Burst report from Atlanta us-based? Air Carriers are implementing their own restrictions. Hawaiian Airlines says. It's canceling service between Honolulu in Seoul. South Korea starting this weekend Delta Airlines will halt flights between Minneapolis and soul. The carrier is also scaling back to five weekly flights between Seoul and its hub cities of Seattle Detroit and Atlanta. That's down from twenty eight. The changes will be in effect through the innovate pro. Us carriers are waiving change fees and in many cases refunding affected passengers for NPR news. I'm Jim Boris. In Atlanta Corona virus uncertainties continued to weigh on global stock markets. Us futures are down over one percent as NPR's Jimbo Sorolla reports. The Dow Jones industrial average fell half a percent during a volatile session on Wednesday. The market started higher and the Dow at one point was up four hundred and sixty one points but the rebound proved temporary and by midday stocks. Were flat the Dow is now down seven percent this week alone. Investors are worried about the spread of the corona virus beyond China on Monday and Tuesday. The Dow lost one thousand nine hundred points and as investors dumped stocks and put their money in bonds. The interest rate on the ten year Treasury note again fell to an all-time low meanwhile a measure of market volatility called the VIX index remains high. Jim ZARROLI NPR News New York. Asian shares are mixed down two percent in Tokyo. A mass shooting at one of the nation's largest breweries as claimed six lives in Milwaukee. Police say an employee shot and killed five co workers at the Molson coors complex than apparently turned his gun on himself mayor. Tom Barrasso says the plant. Bruce Miller beer and employs about a thousand workers. This Miller brewing site has been part of the Miller family and part of the city of Milwaukee for one hundred and sixty five years and this is the saddest state that we have had the complex widely known as Miller valley houses. Twenty buildings includes a mix of corporate offices. Moore's core molson coors CEO Gavin Hattersley. Says it'll be closed for the time being to give people time to cope with the tragedy this is NPR news the national transportation. Safety Board is Ordering Autonomous Shuttle Company Easy Mile to stop carrying passengers in sixteen cities. The move comes. After one easy miles shuttled developed a mysterious breaking problem in Columbus Ohio causing minor injuries. To a passenger it is unclear what triggered the emergency stop. Federal authorities have arrested for men who are suspected of being involved in a secretive neo Nazi group. Npr's Martin Kosti has details from Seattle Seattle's US attorney. Brian Moran says the four men are members of an extremist group called Adam often and they crossed a legal line when they agreed among themselves to intimidate journalists and others who've been investigating them the First Amendment does not protect speech if it's accompanied by acts they're taken in furtherance of that hatred and the intent to intimidate and incite violence a Seattle based TV reporter. Chris ingles says they mailed him a poster decorated with swastikas and the phrases death to pigs and two can play at this game so I think this was them saying. We know where you live and we could come get you in any time. The men face a federal charge of conspiracy to make threats though other charges are still possible. Martin Kosti. Npr News. Seattle Lewis House has voted to designate lynching as a federal hate crime. The bill is named after Emmett till the black teenager who was tortured to death. In one thousand nine hundred eighty five Mississippi after being accused of robbing and whistling at a white woman a similar bill passed the Senate last year and president trump is expected to sign the version that reaches his desk. Congress failed to pass anti lynching bills nearly two hundred times in the last one hundred twenty years this is NPR news in Washington..

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Nora Raum. Iran is admitting that its military was responsible for the deadly crash of Ukrainian jetliner Wednesday Wednesday near Tehran. NPR's Jen Newman reports. Iran's foreign minister says its military shot down the Ukrainian jetliner earlier this week. Killing in all one hundred seventy six people on board in a Saturday tweet Mohammad. Javad Zarif blamed the missile launch on human error and brought on by quote US adventurism. I'm a military statement. says the plane was mistaken for hostile target after a turn toward a sensitive military center of the Revolutionary Guard Iran had denied for days and a missile launch caused the crash. The accident came after Iran launched a missile attack against a military bases housing. US troops in Iraq following the American assassination assignation of Iran General Qassam Sulamani genuine. NPR News Washington. A North Korean official issued. A statement today that president trump sent birthday greetings to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un but that's not enough to get North Korea to return to the bargaining table negotiations between Pyongyang and Washington. Over North Korea's nuclear program broke down last February. North Korea says it won't resume talks unless the US makes major concessions in sanctions relief off. The officials said chairman. Kim has good personal feelings about president trump. But he won't lead his country based on that Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced and yesterday refugees are no longer welcome in his state. Texas is the first State to invoke an executive order that requires written consent from local jurisdictions actions before refugees can be settled there. Wendy felise is with the American immigration counsel she says Refugees Make Valuable contributions. Itchy often common and take some really key jobs that support the economy like in meatpacking industries and in manufacturing and things like that Texas has been the largest recipient happy in of refugees in the US. An influential Iowa poll shows efecto four way tie in the first presidential contest. Just weeks ahead of the Iowa caucuses. NPR Scudetto has more the Des Moines. Register's Iowa Paul Has Bernie Sanders on top followed closely by Elizabeth Warren Pete Buddha judge and Joe Biden. It's just the latest survey to show a close muddled race in both Iowa and New Hampshire campaigning in Nevada Friday by work to contrast himself with the other Democrats by repeatedly heatedly talking about his international experience. One thing for certain we know as the next person United States is going to inherit a divided country three and a world in disarray is just a fact. And it's not gonNA allow in my humble opinion much time for on the job training. I didn't consistent assistant message. The next president will have a long and complicated to do list. Scott detro- NPR news reno this is NPR news. Georgia Republican congressman. Doug Collins is walking back comments. He made criticizing Democrats as Jim Burroughs remo reports from member station WABC in Atlanta Collins says he does not believe the Democrats are quote in love with terrorists. Doug Collins made the comment about Democrats Wednesday night on on the Fox Business Network Democrats fall right in line one. They're in love with terrorists. We say that they sold them on any more than they more. Gold Star families amid intense criticism Nissim Collins took to twitter early Friday afternoon to apologize. Let me be clear he wrote. I do not believe Democrats are in love with terrorists however collins did not apologize during an appearance on Fox earlier in the day instead the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee said he understood the frustration Australian being expressed for NPR news. I'm Jim Boris in Atlanta. Hundreds of thousands of people in Puerto Rico are still without electricity and water. After after Tuesday's six point four magnitude earthquake hundreds of homes were damaged. At least one person died. There have been several strong aftershocks since then then including one yesterday with the magnitude of five point two in Australia to wildfires have merged to form one huge fire in the southeastern part of the country entry. At least twenty. Six people have died since the fires began in September. They destroyed more than two thousand homes. Firefighters are getting a break with cooler. Temperatures turn today and the weather is expected to remain milder for the next few days. Nora Raum N._p._R.. News in Washington..

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"Of the right now they're on a motion to adjourn late and could be extent how Capitol Hill producer great okay I think we've heard enough it's so riveting we just want to get you we wanna get everything we possibly can I know that CNN was counting down the moments and the seconds fourteen minutes twenty eight seconds twenty seven seconds before Nancy calls the house to order and see Nancy yet that was about forty minutes ago so kind of a let down there I'm a let down I don't know what I don't see Nancy Pelosi I do not consider it a let down I consider that a wonderful afternoon but that's just me yeah I just I am tired of like the disingenuous nature of this you know you brought up the you know how to solve the solemn nature the historic things another thing I do not feeling at all nine remember where you were on this day no one ever forget it next week I mean it's obvious I don't know where I am right now right obviously this partisan you know it nonsense that just like it just it just feels like another day so this is how the yell about Donald Trump every other day so this is historic in one way this is the day that will go down in the history books as possibly the the day that finally jumped the shark and America could not return back to any kind of normalcy maybe I'm not when America fully embraced its partisanship and corruption yeah the day that finally the press got their way through lies in distortion those things will go down as history but that doesn't end well for America just doesn't now this is not a good thing for America I mean and and like if they actually they obviously don't care about any of this stuff if they actually care was just believe how much is a first second we need an excuse me I think we must have great is how dare you on today because I think he's saying he's still gonna be seeing a lot of things that that's the only response how it is like which one of these things where they're just like it was so you actually cared for second what's so you believe this if you're a Democrat it's hard to put yourself as they don't have to give me about twenty minutes to get there right let's say you believe that to Donald Trump was you know going to manipulate the selection is gonna steal this election what is the worst possible thing you could do to a person who you believe was going to do that let me be a picture okay Donald Trump that's what he was doing he was calling up Ukrainians trying to manipulate this investigation the entire time and he was trying to manipulate the outcome of this election so now you're going to impeach him okay then he's going to get it he's going to get acquitted in the Senate you can impeach him again before the election right so now you have he has a free pass basically to do whatever he wants because there's no increased penalty and you can give him and double jeopardy and yeah right you can go back to the same stuff so he who knows how many he might be on the phone he might be doing conference calls with it you can hop on the party light not to be talking all sorts of a presidential from around the world just to manipulate elections hated Jim Boris Johnson let's see what I get together will do some blow on the coffee table with the cameras rolling you might be trouble for you we might have to put a blue dot over your face but I'm clear time clear and it's just infuriating it's like they have this I was listening to CNN and again this is my fault for doing this but I was listening to see and and and like down here you Donald Trump sends us seven page letter in which he describes how upset he was about impeachment and he said it was a fraud because of his kissing starting starting starting if you were stunned by this if Donald Trump sent a letter filled with eighteenth century French poetry that would be stunning but Donald Trump acting like Donald Trump in a letter where he complains about impeachment is not stunning is exhausted from what you the picture Donald Trump to do Donald Trump writing a letter while on the plot and then there is and then writing books just dropped another one in the middle it's not surprising your none of you were stunned and you just keep saying these things over and over again every day you escalate the language it's just like the crime is that he brought up Greta it's just like the crimes of three days here you yeah you every day you have yet another claim about how it's going to be worse in hold more horrible how we can't do we are not going to be doing things you're telling me we're not going to be dead now.

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05:00 min | 1 year ago

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"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity. Some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like Xfinity X. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave mattingly a former. US envoy to Ukraine is expected on Capitol Hill today. Kurt Volker is scheduled to give a closed-door deposition to investigators from three House committees involved in the Democrats impeachment inquiry of President Trump bulker walker resigned from his job last week. The president heads to Florida today where he's expected to announce an executive order designed to protect Medicare at the White House this yesterday trump was visibly angry when asked by reporters about the inquiry he referred to House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff as a quote low-life earlier on twitter. He described the impeachment inquiry against him as vs. The Justice Department is weighing in on an investigation in New York involving the president's business practices practices Andrea Bernstein with member station. WNYC reports an issue in the case is whether the Manhattan da Cyrus Vance junior can examine president mint trump's tax returns in case looking at whether trump filed false business records and his hush money settlement with adult film actress Stormy Daniels the President's private private attorneys sued the DA arguing. The president can't be charged with any crimes while his president even by a local prosecutor now the Justice Department is arguing the United States. It's of America has an interest in allowing federal courts to decide that question. The practical effect of their action is to ask a judge to continue to withhold trump's tax returns from the Manhattan. Da The da didn't comment on the latest filing but last week in court his lawyers said trump was trying to delay the criminal investigation adding quote when they delay they win for NPR news. I'm Andrea Bernstein in New York. The British government says its latest brexit offer is its last best one the UK is scheduled to withdraw from the European Union at the end of the month. NPR's Frank Langfitt says the proposal requires some customs checks on the island of Ireland British Prime Minister Mr Boris Johnson's plan would require with the UK calls decentralized customs checks for goods crossing the border between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic paperwork could be submitted electronically. Although there would be a small number of physical checks Brussels however opposes any customs checks it sees an open border across Ireland and as crucial to maintaining the peace has spelled out in the nineteen ninety eight Good Friday Agreement chief negotiator Michel Barnier so the proposal was an improvement but added to be frank. Lots of work still needs to be done. Brussels is also concerned. The government of Northern Ireland could leave this brexit deal in four years and triggered the construction of border post across the island Frank Langfitt. NPR News London a US Army spokesman says at least twenty two soldiers were injured last night in Mississippi during a parachuting parachuting exercise at Camp Shelby. Some were hospitalized. Reportedly troops were blown into a group of pine trees this is NPR news from Washington authorities in Connecticut. Say Some of those who survived yesterday's fiery crash of a vintage World War Two era bomber at Bradley International Airport Award are in critical condition. Seven of the thirteen people aboard were killed. James Rotella is the state's Public Safety Commissioner. There are six survivors I and various conditions of medical condition ranging from minor injuries to critical the four engine b seventeen also known as a flying fortress had mechanical trouble during takeoff and crashed into a maintenance building as the pilots tried to circle back for a landing one person on the ground was injured. Firefighters say people along the ground helps survivors escape by opening a hatch on the plane. The airport is about fifteen miles north of Hartford. The federal government is giving United Parcel Service. Just the green light to operate a drone airline. Jim burress with member station W. A. B. E. has more from Atlanta for months. UPS tested drones as way to deliver time-sensitive medical supplies to North Carolina Hospital. Now with the Federal Aviation Administration's approval in hand. The atlanta-based Company plans lands to expand that scope. UPS Bala Ganesh says look for drones to make home deliveries one day while the technology is making progress. The regulations are getting standardized. The cost is going to come down over time. Although ups is the first company to get the FAA approval competitors Fedex Emma's on are reportedly close behind for N._p._R. News. I'm Jim Boris in Atlanta. I'm Dave Mattingly N._P._R. News in Washington.

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04:55 min | 2 years ago

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"Support for NPR and the following message. Come from Subaru featuring the all new three row ascent with seating for up to eight and a choice of second row. Captain's chairs love is now bigger than ever. Learn more at Subaru dot com. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer, the US China trade battle has a lot of constituencies concerned that includes Georgia's pecan farmers as Jim bursts reports from member station W A B E in Atlanta. The heightened tensions come at a difficult time historically, China has claimed as much as two thirds of the state's annual Bikaner output, but tariffs imposed last year dropped boat demand and the value of their crop and in October hurricane Michael hit. It all means unprecedented. Struggles for the state's pecan growers says Jason Rourke with the Georgia chamber of commerce or already dealing with a lower price because of the lack of an ability to export to the Chinese market. And then they got hit by this massive storm that hurt their supply. So we've seen pecan prices dropped thirty percent. That's too much for some farmers who say they're not sure they'll be able to hang on for NPR news. I'm Jim Boris in. Atlanta. President Trump today said he would take steps to help you as farmers being squeezed by the trade war Tucson oil tankers. A Norwegian flag ship sustained damage, and what Gulf officials are calling a sabotage attack off the coast of the United Arab Emirates the incident, highlighting the wrist to shippers in a region that is vital in terms of global energy supply, and it comes amid the heightened tensions between the US and Iran over an unraveling nuclear deal, which the US pulled out of last year while Gulf officials aren't saying who they believe was responsible US has warned ships that are honor its proxies might target maritime traffic. Actress Felicity Huffman known for her role in desperate housewives broke down in federal court in Boston today. She pleaded guilty to a scheme to boost her daughters. SAT scores NPR's tovia Smith explained. She's one of dozens charge in a sweeping conspiracy. And bribery case Huffman pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud for paying fifteen thousand dollars to have someone correct or daughters SAT exam. She cried as she explained. Nd to the judge that her daughter knew nothing about it. And that her accommodation for extra time on tests was legit everything else. She said I did huffman's apology expressing deep regret and shame will help her at sentencing. Prosecutors are recommending four months and a twenty thousand dollar fine. Another parent L A businessman. Devon Sloan also pleaded guilty to paying two hundred and fifty thousand in bribes and using Photoshop pictures of his son purportedly playing water polo to get him recruited to the USC team. Prosecutors want him sentenced to a year in prison. Tovia Smith, NPR news. Boston supreme court says US consumers can pursue an antitrust lawsuit claiming is unfairly monopolized the market for the sale of iphone apps. Justice spread cavenaugh joining the courts for liberals in rejecting a plea from Cupertino California-based apple and the lawsuit over the thirty percent commission. Charges software, developers whose apps are sold on the company store on Wall Street, the Dow plunged six hundred seventeen points, this is NPR. Beloved, actress and singer Doris day has died at her home in Los Angeles, just a month after her ninety seventh birthday, the cause of death was pneumonia is NPR's nettles report. Stay was also a passionate animal welfare advocate. Stay with herself a workhorse. He recorded more than six hundred songs she appeared in nearly forty movies, including her Hitchcock's the man who knew too much and musicals such as the Pajama Game. Hey. You with the staff junior Doris day started as a dancer, but after a car accident, she switched to singing and quickly found success while still a teenager her wholesome, charisma and comedic chops would make Doris day. What if the top Email box office performers of all time, but her real life was not as delightful as the characters? She immortalised onscreen daynard four times unhappily wants to a musician who abused her and wants to a manager who grossly mishandled her finances Dora? Stay retired from acting in the early nineteen seventies and turn to working with animals a source of happiness for performer who gave so much joy to her audiences Netto. Libby, NPR news interesting proposition, two employees from giant package shipper Amazon, which your job and the company will help you start your own business. Delivering packages for Amazon comes at a time. The company is looking for ways to speed up delivery, especially for its prime members. Amazon says will cover up to ten thousand dollars and start up costs. And pay three months worth of salary. Crude oil futures prices fell today oil down sixty two cents a barrel to end the session at sixty one zero four barrel in New York. I'm Jack Speer. NPR news in Washington.

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03:00 min | 2 years ago

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"It's now five thirty live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Isis is claiming responsibility for yesterday's suicide bombing in northern Syria that killed sixteen people. They included two members of the US military and to American civilians NPR's, Jane Arraf says that claim is still being checked. I spoke to senior US military official doesn't want to speak publicly. He says it's too early to say and because they're still investigating. Because they're still planes. There are claims of responsibility emerging from other groups, and there that's particularly tricky because they're always other theories floating around not based on evidence, the attack also wounded three US troops came a month. After President Trump announced he was withdrawing American forces from Syria. President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani tells CNN he can't guarantee no one in the Trump campaign colluded with Russia during the two thousand sixteen election. I never said there was no collusion between the campaign or between people in the campaign. I have not I said the United States. There is not a single bit of evidence. The president is committed the crime, you could you commit here. Conspired with the Russians to half the DNC. That's giuliani. Speaking to CNN's, Chris Cuomo, the president's nominee as attorney general William Barr told senators this week special counsel, Robert Muller should be allowed to complete his investigation. This is NPR news. President Trump heads to the Pentagon this morning where he will detail a new US missile defense strategy existing threats posed by North Korea. And Iran are expected to be addressed along with potential ones from advanced weapon systems being developed by Russia and China this is the first missile defense review in nine years. The president may also raise the idea of putting missile interceptors in space. The FBI says a man under arrest in Georgia was planning to carry out an attack on the White House and other sites in Washington DC, Jim Burress with member station. W A B E has more from Atlanta, a community member tipped off law enforcement that Twenty-one year-old hasher Taib of Cumming Georgia had allegedly become radicalized and was planning attacks on the White House, the Washington and Lincoln monuments and a DC synagogue in March. The FBI says it began using undercover agents and confidential informants posing as sympathizers to. Gain the suspects trust. He reportedly told those agents they be martyrs would fight to the end in quote, make it a big bang, according to the federal criminal complaint. The suspect went as far as to order an arsenal agents arrested harsher to head when he took delivery of decoy weapons. He thought to be real the FBI says the suspect was acting on his own for NPR news. I'm Jim Boris in Atlanta. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. I'm Jerry Hobson.

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05:02 min | 2 years ago

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"Seventeen I estimate jacket, a minimum has left in the pockets of investors. Tens and tens of billions and the numbers are going to be hundreds and hundreds of billions over time buffet called Bogle a real hero. We should say to that. Well, Bogle was a critic of greed and excess on Wall Street. He was also a big fan of capitalism is the best system in the world. And he spoke out calling for young people. The leaders of tomorrow to be more idealistic follow his lead and clean up the mess. Chris Arnold NPR news. This is NPR news. And you are listening to morning entity. This year Virginians Mark four hundred years since the beginning of slavery in America. We look to the best institutions in Virginia. Those who are the keepers at this history. It's a history that's short on stories told by Africans themselves. Those are the narratives that were deliberately submerged those are the stories. Nobody wanted to tell people in Virginia tell some of the stories on the next edition of the world. Tune in to the world today at three o'clock here on KCRW. KCRW sponsors include focus features, presenting black klansman now, a producers guild of America nominee for best picture of the year and nominated for three Screen Actors Guild awards, including outstanding cast awards eligible in all categories. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Isis is claiming responsibility for yesterday's suicide bombing in northern Syria that killed sixteen people. They included two members of the US military and to American civilians NPR's, Jane Arraf says that claim is still being checked. I spoke to senior US military official doesn't want to speak publicly. He says it's too early to say because they're still investigating a little because they're still claims there are claims of responsibility emerging from other groups, and there that's particularly tricky because they're always other theories floating around not based on evidence, the attack also wounded three US troops came a month. After President Trump announced he was withdrawing American forces from Syria. President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani tells CNN he can't guarantee. No one in the Trump. Campaign colluded with Russia during the twenty sixteen election. I never said there was no collusion between the campaign or between people in the campaign. I have not I said the United States there's not a single bit of evidence. The president is date committed the crime, you could commit here conspired with the Russians to hack the DNC chilly on speaking to CNN's Chris Cuomo the president's nominee as attorney general William Barr told senators this week special counsel, Robert Muller should be allowed to complete is investigation. This is NPR news. President Trump heads to the Pentagon this morning where he will detail a new US missile defense strategy existing threats posed by North Korea. And Iran are expected to be addressed along with potential ones from advanced weapon systems being developed by Russia and China this is the first missile defense review in nine years. The president may also raise the idea of putting missile interceptors in space. The FBI says a man under arrest in Georgia was planning to carry out an attack on the White House and other sites in Washington. DC jerem Burress with member station. W A B E has more from Atlanta, a community member tipped off law enforcement that Twenty-one year-old hasher Taib of Cumming Georgia had allegedly become radicalized and was planning attacks on the White House, the Washington, and Lincoln monuments and DC synagogue in March. The FBI says it began using undercover agents and confidential informants posing sympathizers to. Gain the suspects trust. He reportedly told those agents they be martyrs would fight to the end quote make it a big bang, according to the federal criminal complaint. The suspect went as far as to order an arsenal agents arrested harsher to head when he took delivery of decoy weapons. He thought to be real the FBI says the suspect was acting on his own for NPR news. I'm Jim Boris in Atlanta. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington, and I'm Cheri Glazer. And you are listening to KCRW while the morning commute.

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05:32 min | 2 years ago

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"Ooh. San Francisco and we I north Highland Sacramento at eleven o'clock. One of the most read works of fiction last year was a short story that brought a whole new meaning to the phrase cat person from W A, M U and NPR in Washington. This is one A. I'm Indira Lachman on today on one a writer, Kristen Rupeni in her new collection of short fiction is called you know, you want this. It contains the story cat person, which became a literary sensation in the metoo conversation will meet the author, but I the future of nuclear power in the US a former nuclear regulator explains why he wrote a book advising the nation to abandon nuclear energy altogether. Share what you know, Email one A W A M U dot org. Comment on our Facebook page or tweet us at one A. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens a Houston. Couple is traveling to Kenya. To claim their son's body. Jason Spindler was among Twenty-one people and the only American killed in terrorist attack Wednesday at a luxury hotel in Nairobi. Dr Joseph Spindler is Jason's father or getting phone calls now in texts from all of the world for for people that didn't even once and yet touched them Jason spend her left as Wall Street job to join the peace corps, then start an international business development company. He lived in Kenya. For five years and would have turned forty one next week. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer says he'll oppose the nomination of William bar to become the next attorney general saying he's not convinced that the special counsels Russia investigation will be protected as NPR's miles parks reports. Civil rights advocates are concerned about the nominees views on mass incarceration. The hearing second day illustrating how the attorney general. We'll do much more than just oversee Robert Muller's Russia probe legal experts and civil rights advocates testified for the Senate Judiciary committee folks, a lot on bars. First term as attorney general under president, George H W Bush bar voiced support for aggressive incarceration policies than a time. When violent crime rates and prison populations both skyrocketed. The question thirty years later is how far will abide by the first step act. A criminal Justice reform Bill that congress passed last year bar said on the first day of the hearing that he would enforce the law, but on the second day, the president of the N W C P and the national urban league both said they still oppose his confirmation, miles parks. NPR news, Washington, George man is being held on charges of plotting an attack against the White House tales from W ABC's. Jim buries a community member tipped off law enforcement that Twenty-one year-old hasher Taib of coming. Georgia had allegedly become radicalized in was planning attacks on the White House, the Washington and Lincoln monuments, and the DC synagogue in. March. The FBI says it began using undercover agents and confidential informants posing as sympathizers to gain the suspects trust. He reportedly told those agents they'd be martyrs would fight to the end and quote, make it a big bang, according to the federal criminal complaint. The suspect went as far as to order an arsenal agents arrested harsher to head when he took delivery of decoy weapons. He thought to be real the FBI says the suspect was acting on his own for NPR news. I'm Jim Boris in Atlanta contract talks are set to resume Thursday in the nation's second largest school district where teachers have been on strike since Monday, Los Angeles. Mayor Eric our city has agreed to serve as mediator among other things. The teachers want smaller class sizes and more support staff. Their union says the district is hoarding almost two billion dollars while district. Officials say they anticipate a half billion dollar deficit this fiscal year. You're listening to NPR news from geeky weedy news. I'm Tara Siler. A federal judge has found that rohnert parks policies or lack thereof for searching the homes of people on probation are unconstitutional. Louis reports that the ruling stems from an illegal twenty fourteen search of a couple's home police entered elva and Raoul Barajas house to do a probation. Check on the couple's adult son who wasn't home at the time. Judge Sally Kim found officers violated the couple's rights by not giving them a chance to consent to the search. And by searching, the whole house instead of just areas where the sun might have his stuff. The judge ordered rohnert park to train all of its officers and how to do probation searches without violating people's rights. The Barabbas attorney Arturo Gonzalez says the city will finally have to create a written policy. If your son is on probation that doesn't mean the police have a right to enter your house at any time for any reason. It doesn't parks attorney said he couldn't comment I'm sukey. Lewis cake news, San Francisco officials are recruiting drivers from a private bus service that is shutting down next month. Mayor Linden breed met with about one hundred chariot drivers at immunity yard today to offer them spots in the city's new driver training program called city drive. The three week training courses usually open only to San Francisco residents. But breed says Muny needs experienced drivers who already know. The city streets..

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07:00 min | 2 years ago

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"This is Abby Jacobson on Michael Cain. And you're listening to you're listening to Q, and you're listening to Q with Tom Polly JD executive producer of the series that the entire entertainment world is talking about right now surviving R Kelly. It's a show that not only details the sexual misconduct allegations against the famous singer. But also poses the question. These new allegations people have been talking about it for a long time. Why is it only getting mainstream attention now, you'll hear dream Hampton tell you the story and the toll it's taking on her. Plus, one of the biggest pop music records of all time turns twenty today. So our queue this music panel. We'll be talking about the legacy of Britney Spears how she and a Swedish producer change pop music forever. How was I supposed to know? That's coming up on Q. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer, even as hundreds of thousands of households with federal workers trying to deal with missing a paycheck today. President Trump is defending his visit to the US Mexico border and a partial government shutdown that's in place as a result of his battle with congress over a border wall. Trump a message on Twitter saying it as far worse situation than almost any more. But understand it invasion and speaking today at the White House, the president again called on lawmakers to intervene. She does this. If they can't do it. If at some point, they just can't do it. This is a fifteen minute meeting. If they can't do it. I will declare a national emergency. I have the absolute right to do during a visit to the Texas border yesterday. Trump was presented with statistics on unauthorized crossings as well as an array of drugs seized by agents, Trump is seeking to push lawmakers to pay for the border wall is part of ending. The partial government shutdown the union representing the nation's air traffic controllers sued the federal government today, claiming the continued shutdown violates its members constitutional rights Jim bursts from W A B in Atlanta's more. The unions fifteen thousand members did not get their latest paycheck. That's the basis for the lawsuit says, Molly Elkin, she's the attorney for the national air traffic controllers association or not. Now been in on lawful taking in violation of the fifth amendment due process rights under the United States constitution. Napa is asking a federal judge to issue a temporary restraining order and a preliminary injunction. If granted those would provide back pain and overtime. The office that would be served. The lawsuit can't accept it. It's closed because of the shutdown for NPR news. I'm Jim Boris in Atlanta charges are pending against a twenty one year old man accused of murdering two people in abducting a thirteen year old girl in northern Wisconsin from under station WWF inventory. Dennis has more. Take Thomas Paterson will appear in court on Monday afternoon, where he's facing to homicide charges and blunt counts of kidnapping, Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald says a gun recovered from Patterson is undergoing forensic testing. Fishtail says it doesn't look like Patterson intended to kill thirteen year old Jamie clauses. Parents the night he abducted her after being held captive for nearly three months closest gaped on Thursday. Fitzgerald says it appeared Patterson was searching for Klaus when he was arrested near the house where he was holding. Her Jamie is the hero in this case. There's no question about it. Class has been reunited with family for NPR news. I'm latonya Denison, Milwaukee. Engine company. Google is reportedly considering building a six hundred million dollar data center in Minnesota. It'll be powered by wind farms postal facility be built in Becker Minnesota with Mark one of the largest private construction projects in recent state history. On Wall Street, the Dow closed down five points. This is NPR. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Lance lucky. New Jersey officials say two people were injured in a shooting at a Jersey City mall after a fistfight broke out this evening mayor Steven Fulop said the Newport center mall was evacuated. Police chief Michael Kelly said they had two suspects in custody. But that it wasn't clear. If either was the shooter officials are analyzing surveillance footage to determine that Phillips set an arrest warrant was out for one of the injured people in connection with another shooting. Both people are in critical but stable condition. Kelly said the shooting could be gang related lawmakers are promising plenty of action in Albany next week. Karen DeWitt reports governor Andrew Cuomo moved up his budget address by two weeks and will deliver it on Tuesday. The governor is optimistic about an agenda that he says will include the child victims act which would allow victims of sexual abuse to face their alleged abusers in court and plans to legalize marijuana. I believe legislatively, we are going to make history in this state. Even before the governor spending plan is released the democratic state legislature plans to act to allow ten extra days of voting in New York leading up to election day and a measure to ensure equal rights for transgender people the Mets and their Cy Young winner. Jacob degrom have signed have agreed to a seventeen million dollar contract for one year to avoid arbitration. It's a ten million dollar bomb for the thirty year old right hander who lead the majors with a one point seven. Oh ERA the Mets as can become a free agent after the twenty twenty season. If the team doesn't sign him to a multi year contract by then the Mets also reached deals with pitchers Noah, Syndergaard Zack Wheeler in Stephen Matt's. Twenty four degrees now eighteen overnight partly sunny and thirty two tomorrow WNYC support for NPR comes from X chair maker of the X chair office series with dynamic variable lumbar support and ten ergonomic features to adjust and fit users have different shapes and sizes at X chair dot com or eight four four four X chair. Next time on the New Yorker radio hour, a close look at how reality TV has shaped the presidency of Donald Trump from someone who helped make him a star on the apprentice in creating the show. I think we definitely did a lot to create the kind of mythology of Donald Trump. We'll talk with Jonathan Braun at the apprentice next time on the New Yorker radio tomorrow morning at ten on ninety three point nine FM WNYC. You're listening to Q on CBC radio one Sirius XM one sixty nine and PRI public radio international. 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03:54 min | 2 years ago

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"Look at the debate among Democrats about seventy percent top tax rate. We'll talk with financial manager Josh Brown about how the market views the president. And why it keeps changing its mind about the economy and Evelyn Farkas will join us to take a look at Syria. Do we even have a policy with regard to Syria and ISIS now? And if so what is it all of that, plus Alexandria, Casio Cortez? And modern monetary theory is coming up next on left right and center. We'll be right back. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer, even as hundreds of thousands of households with federal workers trying to deal with missing a paycheck today. President Trump is defending his visit to the US Mexico border and a partial government shutdown that's in place as a result of his battle with congress over a border wall. Trump a message on Twitter saying this far worse situation than almost anyone would understand it invasion and speaking today at the White House, the president again called on lawmakers to intervene. How would she do this? If they can't do it. If at some point, they just can't do it. This is a fifteen minute meeting. If they can't do it. I will declare a national emergency. I have the absolute right to do during a visit to the Texas border yesterday. Trump was presented with statistics on on authorized crossings as well as an array of drugs seized by agents, Trump is seeking to push lawmakers to pay for the border wall is part of ending the partial government shutdown the union representing the nation's air traffic controllers sued the federal government today, claiming the continued shutdown violates its members constitutional rights Jim bursts from W in Atlanta's more. The unions fifteen thousand members did not get their latest paycheck. That's the basis for the lawsuit says, Molly Elkin, she's the attorney for the national air traffic controllers association or not. Now than in unlawful taking in violation of the fifth amendment due process rights under the United States constitution Nazca is asking a federal judge to issue a temporary restraining order and a preliminary injunction. If granted those would provide back pain and overtime. The office that would be served. The lawsuit can't accept it. It's closed because of the shutdown for NPR news. I'm Jim Boris in Atlanta charges are pending against a twenty one year old man accused of murdering two people and abducting a thirteen year old girl in northern Wisconsin. From under station WWF way. Dennis has more. Jake Thomas Paterson will appear in court on Monday afternoon, where he's facing to homicide charges and blunt counts of kidnapping, Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald says a gun recovered from Patterson is undergoing forensic testing. Fishtail says it doesn't look like Patterson intended to kill thirteen year old Jamie clauses. Parents the night he abducted her after being held captive for nearly three months closest gaped on Thursday. Fitzgerald says it appeared Patterson was searching for Klaus when he was arrested near the house where he was holding. Her Jamie is the hero in this case. There's no question about it. Class has been reunited with family for NPR news. I'm letroy Denison, Milwaukee. Somebody Google is reportedly considering building a six hundred million dollar data center in Minnesota. It'll be powered by wind farms postal facility will be built in Becker. Minnesota would Mark one of the largest private construction projects in recent state history. On Wall Street, the Dow closed down five points. This is NPR. And this is KCRW. It's four minutes after seven o'clock evening. I'm Steve Chia. Take us. They are words. You don't want to hear if you're looking for resolution to a labor dispute. The end of today's session we declared impasse, that's United teachers L principal negotiator. Arlene. Inouye bearer of news about yet another day of bargaining with L A USD administrators two sides have been at it for months and a teacher strike now is in the cards imminent, barring some sort of miraculous deal. Come Monday morning,.

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11:14 min | 2 years ago

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"All the votes are counted, the Democrats may have gotten their Blue Wave gradually, and then suddenly and while you're still being wrangled in Florida. We can draw couple of broad conclusions with senior Washington correspondent netter Ron Elving. Ron thanks for being with us. Could it be with Scott? I because it's breaking just this morning. The president praised Nancy Pelosi on Twitter said she ought to be speaker, and even offered to get rid the votes is this the kind of support you need or want the president would like to be up against Nancy Pelosi. That's the kind of oppositional figure that he would like to have he already has in mind all the things he's going to say about here. So that's why he's supportive, and he's probably not going to be able to get her very many votes among the Democrats, which is where she's actually hunting for them. Does it hurt her though? I don't think it actually hurts her either. Because I don't think the kind of people that she is trying. To get votes from are going to pay much attention to what the president says so more than a week after the election. Where are we still adding to Nancy Pelosi's majority if it's going to be her as speaker? They were up past thirty five seats have might wind up a little closer to forty and it is absolutely amazing to see longtime Republican bastions such as New England now devoid of a single Republican member in the house of representatives and the same is true in southern California's Orange County where they have six congressional districts as many as many states, and it was once the absolute bedrock of conservatism, even the airport. There is named for John Wayne, and they have now not one single Republican in those six districts, and and what about the Senate, maybe they've been overlooked. They may have been overlooked a little bit in some quarters, but we've been talking about this since election night when it looked like the Republican majority might grow to fifty five seats from fifty one in the Senate that would be a pickup of four all in states. The President Trump won in two thousand sixteen. Now, it looks to be more like a pickup of to the majority took away democratic seats in North Dakota, and Missouri and Indiana. And apparently also in Florida where an extremely close races not likely to be overturned in a recount, but then the Democrats took back to in Arizona and Nevada. So Mitch McConnell is going to have a little more breathing room. But on the other hand considering there were twenty six Democrats exposed on the ballot and just nine Republicans gaining negative too is pretty close to baseline. So we're on a week out. What's your assessment of the midterm elections? A lot of Democrats were disappointed Scott largely because of outsized expectations. And they wanted a bigger and clearer repudiation of President Trump than they got they were disappointed in failing to capture the governorships in Iowa, and Ohio and Georgia and Florida and those high profile races, which also included Senate seats in Florida and Texas Texas was the bed or ROY race against Ted Cruz. Those were letdowns for Democrats who hope they produce a new democratic star. Maybe even a new media obsession akin to Barack Obama, I didn't happen. But if you think back six months, or so even a lot of political people hadn't even heard of a lot of these democratic candidates that they put so much faith in in November. Instead what we really wound up with looked a lot like a normal midterm election. Lots of house losses for the president's party a mixed bag in the Senate with governorships going mostly for Democrats and restoring something close to parody in that category. And one of the things that a lot of Democrats may overlooked. The return to democratic voting habits in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. They're back to being blue states now for all major statewide offices. That's meaningful news for the party in terms of twenty twenty. A lot of anticipation about Robert Muller. But we don't know anything. Do we not yet? The president says he has answered his questions from Muller, and he's done it himself, not his lawyers. We shall see. What those answers are at some point down the road. Well, meet you down the road. Ron thanks very much. Thank yous got the Washington Post broke the story late Friday that the CIA has determined with high confidence that the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammad bin Salman, ordered ordered the murder of your enlist Jamal kashogi until now the president has rebuffed claims. The crown prince was behind the killing Robert Jordan was US ambassador. Saudi Arabia during President George W Bush's administration and joins us now. Embassador thanks for being with us. Thank you. What do you believe the effect of this report will be? Well, thank you. Lessens the options that President Trump has to try to curry favor with the crown branch. Thank you. Much more difficult. It probably also encourages congress to insist on more robust sanctions that we've seen after this point. I guess I ought asked to do. You have do you have any doubt about this assessment? Or do you think it is in any way, politically inspired against the president by certain officers? Well, I think it's very unlikely that it's splitting inspired. Although I do think perhaps the leak of it is inspired by some who would like to get a marker out there before. For example, any action is taken on until the land the turkeys dissident residing in Pennsylvania whose rendition or extradition has been speculated about. The sanction of the Trump administration levied against seventeen Saudis reportedly involved in the killing do you consider that a serious response? No, I've I've said before that canceling their visas really only means they can't come to Disneyland. I think it's a a token kind of sanction. And obviously there needs to be something more robust. I think we also have actions perhaps short of formal sanctions in the form of slowing down these arms sales apply. More pressure to wind up the war in Yemen to wind up to blockade of cutter and to have a very forceful diplomatic exchange here on the kind of conduct we expect going forward. This your feel the need to step back a moment. Recall after nine eleven fifteen to the nineteen hijackers were found to be Saudi citizens. They were charges that the Bush administration Bush administration had been to soft and compliant in the kingdom of which had tolerated extremism more than a decade out from that. Do you think? Several administrations including perhaps the one you served. We're just too too soft on the Saudis. Well, I think that may be the public image. But I can assure you since I arrived embassador one month after nine eleven we were right in their face about extremism from day one. This is a private conversations that has to be had. And frankly, they the fact that we had an ambassador there for two years makes it more difficult to enforce our values and force our relationship. So, thankfully, we've now identified or the good the president is now identified general who I have great confidence. And I think he will make some difference in the diplomatic exchange that needs to occur. But I think beginning with the aftermath of nine eleven. We made it clear to the Saudis that what they preach in their mosques. And what they teach in their schools is no longer an internal matter because it affects our national security as well. And when you said a private matter. We've just got about fifteen seconds. Jimmy, no matter of American policy, we have to talk about with each other. Exactly, it's not simply an internal matter for them. It's it's it's a matter of our national security and the intolerance extremism that they propagate is something that we have a national interest in Robert Jordan, former US ambassador Saudi Arabia. Thanks so much. Thank you. Democrats Stacy Adams has ended her run for governor of Georgia from WABC in Atlanta. Jim us reports. During a fiery speech from her campaign headquarters. Stacey Abrams accepted the inevitable. I that former secretary of state Brian Kemp will be certified as the Victor in the twenty eighteen gubernatorial election, but she was clear in her belief the camp didn't win fairly, but to watch an elected official who claims to represent the people in this state Bali pin, his hopes for election on the suppression of the people's democratic right to vote has been truly appalling Democrats accused camp of making it harder for minorities to vote in his role as overseer of Georgia's elections Abrahams referred to him as the secretary of suppression since election night Abrams had trailed by a bit more than one percent in hopes of forcing a runoff. She'd appealed to the courts and constituents that every vote should count Abrams had hoped enough provisional and absentee ballots were out there that if found and counted might tip the scales. Make no mistake. The former secretary of state was deliberate and intentional in his actions. I know that eight years of systemic disenfranchisement disinvestments and incompetence had its desired effect on the electoral process in Georgia since claiming himself, the Victor the day following the election. Brian Kemp had pressured Abrahams to step aside, he called her refusal to do so undemocratic following Abrahams speech. Kemp issued a statement writing he appreciated her quote, passion, hard, work and commitment to public service. He went on to say, the focus going forward shouldn't be on the undeniable political divide that splits Georgians. Instead, Kim said the focus should be on the state's bright and promising future Stacey Abrams who would have been the nation's first African American woman to serve as governor said she would not be stoic in her defeat. Instead, she said she'll file a federal lawsuit against Georgia for what she calls quote. Gross mismanagement of the election. For NPR news. I'm Jim Boris in Atlanta. And you're listening to NPR.

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13:27 min | 2 years ago

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"Now back to the drive with Steve Jackson. Okay. It is California wine country. Dan Berger, my co host, of course. Longtime thirty years plus. The winemaker at Saint Saint Francis. Tom Mackie is with us. He's got Mickey Mickey sellers. Jim morris? Our buddy from Charles Kirk. What's going on with Charles Krug now in Napa? Trust crew is one of the coolest places that you guys haven't been to over Houston. I'm accounting photos. I gotta get you over the hill. One of the things with a helicopter. You know, what I'll come over and pick you up. Okay. I have a litter that will walk. No carry it through the brush honor. So when I started work over there, six months ago, and one of the the new CEO the winery it's been there about a year. Judd wallet Brock, and I worked together Mickey Slumberger and one of the things that's what I always called it Mickey Slumberger, and one of the things that he said he goes he goes, we're going to recapture the Matvey family name, we're going to recapture Charles Krug as the cultural hub of Napa Valley. And so we have this great estate over there that has this magnificent property this great all these great buildings. But there wasn't a lot going on events wise or things like that. We can do a lot of things. So just it's it's really there's an idea factory over there. There's a whole bunch of very creative people. And and they just have encouraged me to bring in different things that will it really show case the property and just to just to be the great community. Resource. So we've started a comedy series with the last from the laugh seller here. Lisa pigeon Carly pitch right on we've done. So. Well, that's a monthly thing. Our next comedy show is a week from Saturday on the thirteenth. So you can find out information on the Charles Krug website. We're doing we're part of the Napa Valley film festival. So we've done outdoor films all summer long. We're we're going to be doing some unique. The music series as starting next year. We've got we're using pizza ios Saloum east from from up in northern Sonam account. He was in a few weeks ago. He's bringing his Saloum me, and it's freaking believable best. So we have kind of an exclusive on he infuses our wine into all of his for us. So we just an amazing place to come and kind of drink wine from the really the heart of the beginning of Napa Valley wine country. We will have you back in to talk about some of this stuff after we get back some DC. It's Charles Krug K R U G dot com. Check it out. Dan berger. Of course is here. Tom Mackie and thirty plus years was Saint Francis. As winemaker now as Mackey sellers. What are you guys drinking? We got a little short berry. Brought this is from Bob bottle barn. It's from fry. Which is it'd been in business for forever. This is one of the Gallo projects. This is fry brothers up and what does the Appalachian on Russian river Russian river valley. Nice little spice note, and this one a double gold at the fair and pretty darned reasonable thirteen fifty bottle g no complaints. I think we've already F R E is pronounced fry fry brothers. Okay. Yeah. Brand it wasn't even a brand for years and years. It was just a property that they owned up in dry creek. And a big never use it as Brandon for seventy eight or seventy nine or something like that. I forget what it was sometime in the seventies. He opened it up around forever. Yeah. Big rich style, not shy not at all shy and berry Herbst wine buyer for bottle Barden what as far as Charles Krug and Tom Mackie Zeller's carrying both from Tom. We've got the two thousand fifteen cabernet that we I tried from dry creek. And there's snow about I'm sorry Sonoma valley, and then the award winner that gold medal we're going to get in. We just negotiated that deal. Just now. So we'll have that out on the harvest fair for won a gold medal. And then Charles Krug. We've got some E ON balk and merlot both really good sellers. Distort reasonably I'm sure Tom. Come on. I I need to hear you talk more about what you do. 'cause you your fascinating. Well, I found out after I retired that I wasn't that good at golf and and. So I decided to with a friend of mine with CLYDE downtown. He and I made some home line and it turned out. Nice. I got the grapes being the Saint Francis. Some here's I had a lot of a lot of great connections. We bought from many many vineyards all throughout some county. So I had access to a lot of good fruit. But we made a little bit of wine in in two thousand twelve and said, well now, we didn't listener shrinks and said, let's go commercial. And so we decided to. Explore that, and I found the interest intricacies of permitting, and licensing fees, and taxes, and and government regulations. And to this point, I admire the people who do that, especially the bigger wineries as ING staffs for that. Now, they do. And so we got our permits are bonds and their licenses and there and this and that and we decided what we wanna do early on. We found a place where we can make the wine in Santa Rosa, inspiration sellers, just off a coffee, and if we have a fire to story. Yeah. Go ahead. We got a time. Well, I this is this was can compare it to the people who lost considerably more. Mine was worked hours worked out to be a very minor inconvenience. But nonetheless, we couldn't get in. We had to sneak around back ways and and climb fences just to get our winds because we had fermenting wine in the in the winery. And so we're. Able to sneak around with the power was out. So fortunately, we didn't have anything on the refrigeration. We're able to do our punch downs in our checks and everything but. Eventually if you showed your show tell you belong. They're worried about fire starting they're worried about looting. You can't. He can't argue why they why they barred the entrance of. So they were they after a couple of days, they're letting people in and as long as you showed truth value belong there. And so it went in there eventually the power came on. And and cleaned up. Whatever ash there was and like I said minor inconvenience compared to how bad it this fire treated other people. This was not even mentioning. Erasing now. No kidding. Well, I think more than anything else. What's at play? Right now today is that we're starting to see a lot of innovation taking hold and when Tom started in the business. Well, you're talking three decades. A lot of stuff was fairly rudimentary. And it was fairly commonly used it was widely used today. Everybody's got another new gadget to us. And these winds have are a reflection. Also of the some of the best grape growing that we've seen in the last. I would say in the last thirty years we're at the very peak right now. Nobody's trying to do what they did. So there was a it was a slowdown in the industry in about nine hundred ninety. So we're looking at about thirty years now bef- between that slowdown and the development of great grapes. And you really source some fabulous fruit here. Well, it makes me wonder what it's going to be like in thirty years or forty years from now it'd around, but I just wonder how what the advances are going to be like we won't be able to see how they're going because no one standstill, and so whatever well we've done now, I'm just hard to imagine. Try to imagine. This one hitting one thing that's going to happen is a little. More distinctiveness is going to creep into some of these varietals. We're starting we've seen a lot of in your designated zinfandels receiving an awful lot of vineyard designated Pino ours. I think vineyard designation is where the wave of the future for high end wine. I agree that that set follows the European tradition. If you will the nonnuclear Germany before nineteen seventy you couldn't the labels are undecipherable. I like that. Let's get further into that. But the labels. Well. The real problem with the Germans right now is that they want to identify the greatest dry wines made from single vineyard sites. These are designated as gross gross gross vacs. And if you can see if you see on a label that means it's going to be drying. It's going to be from a single vineyard and these are not cheap. They are really expensive the dry ones from Germany. So really? Yeah. Today. Sweet German recently, you can buy some for six to ten dollars eleven dollars. Whatever find good good drinking. The really good stuff is dry, and it's going to be a lot of money. When you're I remember when you're on the budget though back way back then there's leave Milton Zeller's parts. Remembers may wine. Yeah. I remember that was flavored with Woodruff. What is it? It's herb ourselves. Spicer some sort. Flavor. Seventy first winds ever had very. Assess piano here, very what what are you just another? This was the best class in the twenty dollar under this is Maury. It's available owned by. The two buck Chuck people. Not too associated with them or that with them. But this loves the two buck shook, Dan, what were your thoughts on that? We can't get into that here. But. For value was really, it's always reliable, very clean, very clean winemaking, not very much distinctive character in terms of varietal of in terms of locale. It all has a California appellation. This was a project that was begun by Jacob and Barbara Shiloh and was this label. A to a couple that I actually came over from Israel founded the property and they made wine for several vintage was Steve test was the winemaker. Very inventive and creative winemaker Mason fabulous wines through about ninety one. I guess it was her ninety two. And then the brand was eventually sold to KENDALL Jackson. And then at the the brand itself was shifted over to Fred Francia and his Bronco wine company and evolution. That's they're doing quite a job in the value in. I think of things we sell massive quantities of their various labels in the store. Ken ninety nine impossible. Yeah. That's a really narrows Pino fruit. That's pretty remarkable. Really? Yeah. No, they put together. Some really reasonably priced amazingly reasonably priced Fred has got some of the best winemakers in America. But nobody ever heard of any of them just best of class out of. I think maybe sixty Pinos and that glass, Tom bark is here. It's Marquis back. I'm sorry. Tom mackie? It's Mackey sellers. My dear friend, Jim Boris. Steve it's good to be here. Well, fancy new digs cool. I haven't been here since we were doing it out in the parking lot with an eight track. What were you doing? Well, we recording. Down some tracks. Tom Mackie is here Macki Macki sellers. Go ahead and Dan talk about another. You've got the Chardonnay Charles Krug shortening, which I don't have a shot of yet. Delicious choice after all these big Red's highly trained professional. That's fine. Go ahead. Frenchies out. This is this is how we do it here. So. You know, one of the things that I love about the show is the burgers podcasts. Podcast. Don't you? His by. Contribute.

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