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Fresh update on "joe jackson" discussed on All Things Considered
"Were a lot of nights that I would go searching the streets looking for him 3 o'clock in the morning 4 o'clock in the morning I remember times when I would find the pills and I would take them and try to flush them down the toilet and we would be rolling around on the floor fighting for them I mean what It's not a life for anyone This is one of the moments when she really reveals something that seems intimate that we haven't heard before What do we learn would you say about how Janet Jackson went from being the youngest sibling of the jacksons and sister to the famous king of pop Michael Jackson and to becoming her own huge star in her own right Well the first episode kind of traces how her father Joe Jackson pushed her into performing First with the jacksons then on TV shows like good times and fame and then on some unsuccessful early solo records But there's not a lot of detail on how she got the gumption to fire her famously controlling father as her manager and create this series of really successful records with producers Jimmy jam and Terry Lewis Now I assume the docuseries is gonna show her reaction to the child molestation allegations against Michael Jackson and that infamous 2004 Super Bowl halftime show where guest performer Justin Timberlake exposed her breast briefly at the end of the routine Fans think she was unfairly punished for that and it would be great to hear her side of the story Over the years though I think the Jackson families kind of downplayed avoided or ignored these dramas that swirl around them That reflex does not help this docuseries which too often feels like it stops short just as it gets to the telling moments Well that's NPR TV critic Eric diggins thinks as always Thank you This is NPR news Amplifying Atlanta this is W ABE Good afternoon I'm Jim beris it's a pleasure to have you along for all things considered coming up in just a moment We'll check in with NPR.
"joe jackson" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"It's a cruel summer brother. My favorite. that's one of my favorite greatest hits albums Let's see i'm not gonna like. I said i don't wanna waste time going I'll start thrown out some of the The songs jump automatic fire in. I'm so excited so excited just can't think you got it. You got it. Who is it though. Who is it who is it. Scott scott who is inside. It is the point. Two sisters assist assist pravo. Yes i'm not gonna. I'm not gonna wrack my brain over this. Todd's trivia time clemson. Give another hand. And i'll give you one more hint. This band was a three piece. Think it was a four piece at once to names in the band. Name the lead singer went on to be one of the biggest artists in the world in currently is regarded as such also married to a very famous hip hop star one of the more influential couples. That's beyond say with with her. Group is wilson phillips. There they are on on this right there number seven. What about in. Vogue is en vogue on their end..
"joe jackson" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"I guess five five times now every time they come to they got a west palm and we just saw them recently with stained and every time we go we go to see him but they had their the the. I think it was the twentieth anniversary of their debut album and they played it from start to finish and we saw it at the jackie gleason theater which is like it's a little smaller than the the orpheum in boston. But we were right there. You know we got the special passes to be right there on the floor and they played the album start finish and they're just. They're just phenomenal band. They are just so consistent. So i see them. Once said woodstock ninety nine. Yeah great one another one sure. Bring it on the band the ramones. How many people in. That band are actually named. Ramon none none absolutely none. So the the band the ramones came up with their name is actually a beatles connection so back in the day In the early days of the beatles back in the early days when they were even like the silver beetles when they used to check into hotel rooms or into hotels they would go under pseudonyms fake names lot of them to yeah and paul mccartney used to always get a room under the name of paul. Ramon ramon deedee. Deedee decided that he was going to call himself didi ramones than they thought..
"joe jackson" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"A yeah anyways so i go and i buy the cd. And i pop it in. And i listened to walking on the sun. Because i do dig that groove right kinda kinda beach type. Sound on the rest of the cd sucked ass was. I'm like what the hell it's all sky. Right they were originally a scab and and it wasn't even good sky. It was horrible. Like how do you. How do you have eleven songs. That are all scott and then you have this song right. So how would we. How did you do that like why did you go way out on a limb and which they ended up staying with that type of sound also. No doubt was originally a scab end. Yup and they did the song. I'm just a girl. Gwen stefani blew up. You know. she kind of took over that the whole face of the band and they never went back to doing scott. They kind of dabbled in some of the songs. But for the most part. But did you have. Did you have ever have one of those albums. One of those cds where he's just didn't because back then remember we couldn't. We couldn't test out these things yet. There's there's a couple of bands like that for for the record. I was never a smashmouth fan. That song was okay. The funny thing is that's not even the song that they're known for their known for the cover of believe it. Which is even worse that i've i've had more than my fair share of albums where i was like. Oh my god this is going to be a great record and on the album there was one..
"joe jackson" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"No i love. I love joe jackson. He's he's he's your favorite isn't he is. He is one of my favorites jackson. Yeah i was surprised you know. We reconnected after after a while. 'cause like i always say life gets in the way and we as usual music always pops up and you mentioned that to me longtime all joe jackson's one of my favorite artists and i. It's funny how you don't kind of. I didn't connect that. Didn't connect you with being gioja. Like a big joe jackson fan but listen. I'm not. I'm not done. This isn't i'm not dogging joe accidents. He's he's an intellectual has explored many genres of music. He's been around for a long time. Still out there torn. Yeah he's not playing. You know radio city music. But he's still doing it and he's still pack and places in the just smaller places. Yeah he was quite the asshole on stage in his younger days to the crowd like he had that british punk attitude where he would challenge. The crowd had no problem with that. No problem with that. So what do you wanna talk about tonight. A little bit of everything Since we're on the subject of you know where do they stand. Where it is. In your book. Courtly love courtney love get a bad rap because she was kurt cobain's girlfriend and became successful or do you think she's talented and she's where she's supposed supposed to be. Let me save for the record. That i like. Some of courtney love's music. I like some of holes music. You know the fact that billy corgan or kurt cobain helped write. Some of the songs is irrelevant to make you know. I mean there..
"joe jackson" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Eighties music or something. What's the name of the podcast. I'm not sure. I listened to a lot of them. I kinda if if they don't catch me. In the first thirty forty seconds i listened to intros a more interested in that and what they say at the beginning and these these guys kind of caught me for about four minutes but i noticed this two friends talking about music and neither one of them called the other one in idiot too. So that's a more polite podcast. Then this one so well you know how you can avoid that stopping entity. We'll see about that. We'll see about the who's the only person to be inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame and the inventors hall of fame the rock and roll hall of fame. Yeah ventas hall of fame. Yeah all right. I'm gonna guess ready. Yeah i'm going to guess. I could go either way less. Paul good ding ding ding ding ding ding ding. Yeah it's pretty interesting stuff. I had the opportunity to meet less. Paul one to be push you out of the way and say. Take the picture if you can like chuck berry. Did he did. Not but but this was. This was an an interesting and carissa. Deborah and i had moved to just outside of los angeles and my boss had connections to whoever it was over the house of blues and i told them that i wanted to go and see less paul so he got me tickets. You got two tickets. I didn't know anybody. We had young kids so dead. Couldn't even come so. I ended up going down there by myself and when i went to the will call and picked up the tickets..
"joe jackson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A fair chunk of our listeners. It's by Joe Jackson, who is also our last storyteller. In this hour, he told this story for us two decades ago. Here's Joe Jackson live at the Players Club in New York City. Hello. My story this evening is about the Admiral Drake, which is not a person but a pub in my hometown, which is Portsmouth, which is a rather rough naval port town on the south coast of England. And this was the scene of one of my early musical triumphs when I was 17 Just tow before we get to the Admiral Drake just to give you a little bit of context. I did my very first gig when I was only 16. And this was also playing piano in a pub. It's always a pub. No, but it was a great success and it was almost too easy as it happened, and this one went to my head of it was rather pleased with myself, and I thought that I was launched on a glittering career as a gigging musician. It didn't work out quite like that, because the next few gigs I did were pretty disastrous. I'll give you an example. I was recruited by too much older guys. I was 17 by now. Bass player and a drummer who wanted a former jazz trio. After a couple of rehearsals, the drummer announced that he got us a gig. At the Portsmouth Irish Club. Blood. And I said the Irish cover a bloody jazz trio. What are we doing in the Irish club? He said. No, no, don't. Don't worry. It's not. They use it for all kinds of music and all kinds of people go. There will be fine. Well, we showed up at the Army's club and the drummer was quite right about one thing. The audience was not Irish at all. It consisted of about 100 skin AIDS now. Skin. It's in Portsmouth at this time. We're not really known for their appreciation of acoustic jazz trios. For a while. They just stood and kind of stared blankly at us. And then they started to throw things. Nothing too dangerous. The purpose was really humiliation, so they threw pennies, you know. Peanuts. Fag ins or cigarette butts to to your Americans. Fag packets, more pennies, you know, And after a while, Of course, we were duly humiliated and schedules. So what This did is inspired in me, a sort of defiant determination. I thought, God, you know, there's got to be one decent gig in this godforsaken town, and I started to do a strange sort of pub crawl where I walked into just about every part in town just to see if I had a piano. Unusually well straight out again. But I eventually found myself in the Admiral Drake, which was a shabby pub. The landlord. His name was Charlie. Was from Birmingham. I don't know if you know what a Birmingham accent sounds like, but building you, Max it it's sort of rather nasal and one of the most unpleasant accents in the U. K like that. So this is how Charlie talked. And he said Not only did he have a piano, he had a 19 act to Beckstein. So I tried the piano, and it actually was a bit beat up, but it wasn't bad. It was playable, and Charlie was interested in having some live music in his part a couple of nights a week. So I said Great. Great cannot bring some mates in a guest musicians, and he said, I cannot pay you any more. I said. Well, that's all right. Slipping into my 17 year old self. It's all right, Cheerful. Navy T. That's all right. Just post as much as you can, and we'll split it between us two, which Charlie replied. Well, in that case, you can bring the Philharmonic for all I care..
The story of Cars - Gary Numan
"Gary numan was at the forefront of a punk band called tube way army at the age of nineteen back in nineteen seventy seven. It wasn't long after that in nineteen seventy nine that the band appeared on the show. Top of the pops newman seven an interview with billboard magazine that. The appearance was a fluke. Top of the pops had a regular feature during which they showcase bands that were incoming and during the week in question. It was between them and simple minds. According to newman two-way army was selected. Because it was a more interesting band names and simple minds but the appearance led to the band's songs are friends electric. Which is what you're hearing now. Going to number one on the u k pop charts and stayed there for four weeks. It was also top ten in ireland. The netherlands and top twenty australia and several countries in europe bad. I know what you're thinking. Because i thought much the same thing you're thinking this sounds more like new wave than honking. It'd be kind of right and kind of not see here in the us. We have this image of punk music being all rapid fire. Hard cords and lyrical content. That advocates unindo spitting on your mother or some such but acts like patti smith. The ramones for runaways and i would even include early joe jackson. All part of the punk movement is wealth so while two way army had a little bit more sensitive it was still a punk band. That said numan did want to move away from punk and into more of a pop slash new kind of sound so he jettisoned the rest of the band and he began working solo album. Now when newman began work on what became the pleasure principle said his intention was to write a whole bunch of throwaway pop stuff for it because the previous album was just so heavy. Newman said the two thousand and eight interview with mojo magazine that the song was inspired by road rage. Not his other people's. He said he was in london and a couple of guys started peaking in his windows and for whatever reason they took a dislike to him so he had to take evasive action. He locked the doors he swerved onto the sidewalk scattering people everywhere even hit him scared them away any made his escape from. That incident occurred to him. That when you're in your car in the modern world you feel somehow safe. He said in a two thousand and one interview that quote. When you're in it. Your whole mentality is different in a car. it's your own little personal empire with four wheels on it unquote so while on its surface. It sounds like an ode to people getting around. It's really got a little bit of a darker intent to it. It's a feeling of isolation created by being in the vehicle. In retrospect gary numan has said that he don't really know why the song has done so well over the years he wrote it on bass guitar. He says and it took him about ten minutes to compose the keyboard. Parts came later. Voting had the main melody and the arrangement locked in pre quickly newman said in that. Same two thousand and one interview that he really couldn't even play bass so we bought a bass guitar in order to learn how to play properly. He never did get very good at the face. He says but those opening notes of cars was among the purse. Things he played did make a video for the song of course because nineteen seventy nine. But it's actually kind of hard to watch because of the video effects us which are a little bit on the silly side nowadays but they were pretty cutting edge then but when. Mtv launched in the summer of one thousand nine hundred eighty about a year later. They didn't have a lot of videos in their library. So this one got a lot of airplay early on and that meant that. The song's popularity kind of endured in the united states. The record was released in august of one thousand. Nine hundred seventy nine and went to the top of the charts in the uk and canada was a number nine record australia and on the billboard hot one hundred chart here in the us and a top forty record in a few other european countries the song has re chartered a few times over the years in the uk because of remixes being released now over. The years newman has updated a lot of his older material but cars seems to resist that kind of treatment. He said he's tried to update. But it doesn't sound any better too so when the heavy metal band fear factory approached him in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight about doing remix slash update. He was getting a little paranoid about having that one thousand nine hundred eighty s tag on fear factory. It turns out to have been playing the song shows since about nineteen ninety six so they sought his input. Newman said the experience was quite positive and actually learned a lot from it. The fear factory version is a little bit more guitar heavy which makes sense since aren't any guitars on the original version. And you've got every middle band here and in some verses newman's voice has actually been allowed to bubble up a little bit more prominently and at the same time. It's a weirdly bright recording considering fear factory's usual pretty good track the album is a whole is one of their bestsellers and the single did okay on the uk singles chart but it managed to reach number sixteen on the billboard mainstream rock chart and number thirty eight on the modern rock tracks chart and yes. There is a video and it's a little easier on the eyes and the nineteen seventy-nine version
"joe jackson" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Weekend. Like Joe Jackson. What a great song Stepping down on Sonny. So get to it. You are young. We'll leave, don't you? Well. Sunny South Florida and sunny 1079. You know all the words and he could sing along playing the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties. Young, which older with Good. So it is agreed at you. Oh, my gosh. Leak. Take a chill pill will keep coming isn't.
"joe jackson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Near fifty later welcome to the we can stop it's Joe with you Joe Jackson you know in the control room coming up seven forty five coach got Davenport is belemnites are home against Quincy today at three fifteen sep looking to turn their fortunes rock on Thursday for the fourth time in five games they lost a heart breaker on a last second shot we'll talk with coach D. about that coming up and coming up and eight eight thirty five when Porter how much money should you have let's say you're thirty years old much as I possibly can right Joe John I saw all the numbers and they do it by age I think you and I are way off yeah I'm in trouble way off Hey by the way I'm playing a lottery religiously yeah I get it all when you search Joe do you just typically search ones for something and okay I'm good what you mean like if you search the internet like if you Google something sometimes it depends on what I'm looking for good point I mean if I'm searching for something specific and I know what I'm looking for it pops right up in the search results then I'm gonna go there but if it's something that I have a vague idea for I'm going to do very I'm gonna do various us search strings you might be doing the right thing how do you search Derry all day from ABC news tech trends next time you Google something think about doing it twice Dan Russell is a senior research scientist at Google focusing on search practices he says well it's easy to quickly Google the answer to your question it may be more affected to reformulate your query people will do one little church don't find a result and they're done don't be that person so just do an additional search maybe very your search by word or two he says that leads to a more comprehensive search results more so even than digging deeper into the results from your original search relevance drops out fairly quickly so I've seen people for example go to page four page five and you should never ever do that I mean you could the results down there but it's better just to reformulate your query Russell adds that using control left to do searches within a web page is relatively under use ninety percent of the U. S. internet using population does not know this with tech trends I'm Michelle Franzen ABC news thank you my love keyboard command all I do control left control de yeah the whole nine and the little the little window symbol with a yeah I love the I do that you have to I you control all at our control F. is awesome when you search all right so there you have it maybe you're searching right maybe stick a little bit more time okay on a on the strap until you bought a morning two years after a shooter killed seventeen students said Marjorie Stoneman Douglas high school in Florida schools around the country now a running regular active shooter drills but some say that may need to change CBS's of light duty eight takes a look at both sides of this hot button issue now gripping.
"joe jackson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Joe Jackson you know in the control room Jerry bloom coming up with your top of the hour news in about six minutes time one that tragic story involving that keep the volleyball team and also police called out yet again last night he'll tell you about that and much more meanwhile let's get right to sports show it is a lot to talk about what's in the diamond to start out the segment showing the toppling university of local baseball program opening up the twenty twenty season with a seventy two victory over number eighteen Ole miss that it's Swayze field in Oxford yesterday re Detmers allowed one run over five innings of work striking out nine for his first win Adam Elliott how the rebels at bay that for two and one third innings and Michael Kieran slammed the door shut in the final fight for them final five outs for the save the card cardinals in the rebels will continue there series today with first pitch scheduled for two thirty junior ready Bobby Miller will take the ball to the cards Kentucky extended its scoring streak to one hundred and twenty consecutive games but they were out done by eight walks on the mound only five to want to see you in their season opener and a cold night leptin stadium in fort worth cats are back on the field today at three o'clock in game two of that series Indiana University baseball team dropped an eight to one decision on opening day that too number eleven Ellis you that in baton Rouge last night both teams are back at it today former Jeff red devil ready sophomore gave Bierman is on the boat for the Hoosiers and bell amended junior righty and former tricky star Brendan fun along with senior righty Anthony Evington it won the pitcher's dole is seventeen right Bellamy beats union to do nothing yesterday today the night's conclude their series with the Bulldogs in a double header that starts at two o'clock Kentucky Derby winning horse country house has been retired because of a Ford ailment country house finished second in the twenty nineteen derby is a sixty five to one shot him was place first under but was place first after maximum security was disqualified trainer bill Mott tells the Associated Press he thought the Kentucky Derby was a sign of better things to come for the horse unfortunately that will not be the case and speedway getting going at Daytona last night grant and figure held off a charging Jordan Anderson on the final lap of overtime at Daytona international speedway he wins the next next I'll get it right the next era energy into fifty NASCAR Gander out be outdoors truck series race by point ten second point ten one hundredths of a second will was Ben Rhodes finished twenty fifth in the ninety nine for today it's the Xfinity series that's races the NASCAR get this out in a was so hard for me this morning today it is the Xfinity series NASCAR racing experience three hundred that coming up at two thirty okay some high school basketball scores for you let's talk about the girl shall we last.
"joe jackson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"WHAS good morning seven forty three thirty nine heading up to forty two rain with some light snow moving in scope it's your with the Joe Jackson you know in the control room jury woman the news room welcome to the weekend it is Kentucky on a Saturday morning is by the way I heard back from my clients he will be with us today five to sort of break down the situation in Iran will try again for that meanwhile we're listening to our own will Clark where the conversation was Steve Bevin he is the author of the book we will rise the story of the nineteen seventy seven university of Evansville basketball team that was killed in a plane crash is they were in route to a regular season game at middle Tennessee state your writing on board a DC three that crash just upon take off they never made it to one lone survivor who subsequently died in a car crash shortly thereafter meanwhile we'll have to just touch base with an author who's going back to Evansville the sort of look at the team again here's more wills conversation as far as the university where did where they open to this idea I know that they have the on campus monument and and they've they've done a handful of of game night sort of tributes on their wrists I know it old Roberts stadium there was a display case then I believe it's been transferred over to their new arena downtown but if when they open to this idea and and cooperative to kind of telling the story of the team again yeah I mean they were Jeez people were so incredibly helpful I mean a lot of the people I talked to ciliated with the university including the late president Wallace Grays and the great athletic director at the time with Jim buyers I spent a lot of time at the university library in their research department looking through documents and photos as as far as the the people you had a chance to interview in and looking through the the list in the back of the book the book again as we will rise the true story of tragedy in resurrection the American heartland one of the names that they caught my eyes as a fellow Evansville area native was Mike Blake the longtime sportscaster out how much was he able to to give you as he's there he he probably more so than than anybody in town these days understands what the tradition of of Evans basketball and what that team made it to the city how much was he able to add to the book Mike has been a huge huge help still he's hosting two events for me you know Mike was on the air that night and he was very close to the program he did he did he was hosting the culture show he was doing play by play or was it we schedule to do play by play so he's been a huge help to expand on that and more into the the tradition of the university I think you do a good job of telling this in the book that Evans basketball was was almost bordering on of religion there for years in town and I think that to some extent it was still kind of the the social place to be seen I can remember going to games in the in the early two thousands the kind of the twilight of the Roberts stadium there and it was still the the thing to be seen dressed up and go to dinner and then and go see the aces a Roberts stadium how how much of that culture did you pick up still in and talking to people decades after the fact and seeing the university the way it is now I remember what that was like I didn't get dressed up for those games after the crash but you know I was ten years old and I would go to those games on Saturday nights with my dad and it was a huge social events I mean it was it was the biggest ticket in town you know I don't live in Evansville I have not been to a game in years though I will be going on Saturday you know you can just tell from the box scores the attendance is about half of what it was at its peak they haven't been to the NCAA tournament and twenty years so I don't know for the older generation I think it's still a big deal but younger folks are not as attached to the program as as they may have been forty years ago Steve Bevin is with us he is the author of we will rise the true story of tragedy in resurrection the American heartland is the story of the nineteen seventy seven university of Evans basketball playing Krashen before we let you go just as an Evans native I I know that in the book I believe you mentioned you were at the stadium watching a high school game the night that this crash happened describe how this was just sort of maybe a closure to you may be kind of you know putting up a a Beaux wanna look back in into a part of your childhood in your life yeah in some ways it has been I mean in some ways for the research that I did I learned a lot about my home town that I didn't know before I got to know some really good people from there I feel like I have really I've learned a lot in other research for this book and you really grateful for all the help that folks could give me again we're talking with Steve Bevin he is the author of we will rise a true story of tragedy in resurrection the American heartland and where can people find this book if this is something that the peaks their interest yeah well I always go to Amazon dot com Barnes noble I believe it's available online and I'll be doing an event at the Evansville Barnes and noble and on Sunday from one to three thanks for talking with the Steve Hey thank you very much you have a good day that is a great job I will clocking against Steve Gavin we will rise as the book again the story of the nineteen seventy seven Evansville basketball team as Steve mentioned if you are in the area you're listening to issue be heading that way tomorrow from one until three he'll be on hand to sign copies of that book just a tragic tragic story that you don't know the wake of Marshall etcetera I don't think it's enough press and I'm sure there are plenty of stories to be told come reminds me the story the Edmund fitzgerald outside of the iconic song by Gordon Lightfoot yearly still honor those sailors every year and it kind of gets lost by the wayside tell something is all you remember when that happened in in that's right so big tip the had to Steven and will Clark for bringing that to the forefront here at news radio eight forty WHAS now the D. FH heating and air conditioning forecast let's go over the WLKY forecast blustery and cold today rain may mixed with snow this afternoon.
"joe jackson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Basketball takes on Missouri today at twelve thirty on newsradio eight forty WHAS good morning seven fifteen thirty nine were headed up to forty two scuds it's Joe with you Joe Jackson you know the control brain was a light snow moving in minor accumulations good day to stay inside can maybe go see a movie or maybe kind of curled under that blanket and barely golden globes coming up we'll talk more about that eight fifteen and it's the streamers they could be big winners coming up tomorrow night the Golden Gloves Ricky Gervais S. hosting should be a lot of fun will be one of his last times Jr vase thank you Joe it's so it should be a lot of fun and we'll talk more about that eight fifteen we'll hear from Eddie Murphy Houston dolomite is my name that's up for best comedy we'll hear some of that will preview some of the clips and whatnot and also coming up just few minutes time all lots going on in basketball both collegiately and at the high school level even bell high school playing in the Sugar Bowl classic down in New Orleans how did they do well run down that in some scores as well everybody's in action Beller meant Indiana western Kentucky global Kentucky you name it everybody's in action so we'll break that down plus the NFL playoffs start as well we were hoping to talk with my clients CBS news military analyst of course the recent news coming out of Iran following the death of Iranian general Qasim solo Meanie for money it actually had World War three twin trending on Twitter after the terrorist was killed in an attack a deliberate attack on the leader Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Iran's minister terror master terrorist is dead rounds master terrorist he did the architect and chief engineer the world's most active state sponsor of terrorism has been removed from the battle and senator Mitch McConnell is calling on fellow senators to wait in here from the administration before passing judgment on the operation Democrats house represent of John yarns says he's called deeply concerned on quote by president trump's decision to assassinate the Iranian general without the consultation of Congress Yarmouth says it shows the whim of an impetus commander in chief meanwhile reaction coming from those who are probably a little bit close to the situation than any of us will ever be that's a runny and Americans are speaking out in the wake of the US air strike Ali Sefer who lives in Los he lives in Los Angeles but he remains optimistic about his home country I have a good feeling on it on I go off with their I. forays like there might and so they're they're even right now my mom is the still there that's why I applied that audio coming to us courtesy of ABC news thank you A. B. C. and that's that's kind of who I want to hear from on all this I don't want to hear from you know politicians speak and and this and that I want to hear from folks who live there and what they really think it is a matter of fact if you go much if any morning special on Iran it's pretty insightful into the country you get a whole different perspective of the country and and what the folks they can just like we heard from Alice if you're here who said he remains optimistic about his homeland so if you get above the political speaking the noise and the sound bites that you hear in sort of getting in delve deep into the people of Iran I think you'll hear a different story about that country now Mr some mixed feelings internally in that country I'm sure there are I think the big fear that I am seeing is that previously some of the diplomacy had been working in some of the younger people into Ron had started thinking outside of the Iranian government speak of and now there is some worry that this perhaps will cause them to rally behind the government and maybe whatever overthrow the could happen internally may not sure absolutely no it's good it's good take Joe well see I was hoping to break this down when Mike lies but understandably I reached out to him yesterday and I'm sure my man is he works very very hard and I'm sure he's probably dozing off on this Saturday morning yes some of the hysteria is is a little over the top yeah I know social media has been off the chain since I was surprised and I'm not going to call him out publicly but one very reputable news source I heard a report yesterday and I mean you would have thought that Iran had already pushed the button and they were getting ready to lob some missiles over at us I mean they were just completely their hair was on I would not want to be a fly on the wall in the newsroom because they were completely out fire was almost as if the presenter could not wait to get behind the microphone and tell everybody that World War three was trending on Twitter sell anyway more to come on this I'm sure Jerry bloom will be following in our news from a weekend we will definitely have Mike lines on Kentucky in his morning news coming up this week as well as some other experts I hope to find some folks actually from Iran that can talk about this I'm gonna do some work over the we can try to reach out some of our local folks who might be from that country that can speak to us with a little bit more thorny and some politicians that's for sure all right there you go you up to date here at news radio eight.
House Dems raise prospect of new impeachment articles, in court battle over McGahn testimony
"We're back now with the politics. Lead House Democrats insisting they still need the testimony of former White House counsel Don mcgann because their investigation into whether president trump obstructed justice continues and could in theory lead to additional articles of impeachment that is in response to a filing overnight from the Justice Department which argues the courts should avoid weighing in mcgann while an impeachment. Trial is pending. WanNa bring a CNN senior. Justice correspondent Evan Evan. DOJ also saying that since hence the articles of impeachment do not include obstruction of justice. which they want to hear from Don mcgann about his testimony is irrelevant at this point? Does right Erica in the articles of impeachment. There's only one cursory Sort of reference to the mother investigation. And and that's one reason why the Justice Department says that the courts first of all should stay out of. It's been their argument for for some months. Now that the that the court should play no role in a fight that is between Congress and the White House but The heart of this says the importance of all of this big question which is can. The president give absolute immunity to his close aides. That's what the president is arguing that these people don't even have to show up to To in response to a subpoena from from Congress in this case Don mcgann who as you know it was a was the former White House counsel and was unimportant Horton witness in the obstruction of justice. Part of the Muller investigation well and the houses also arguing that it needs muller grand jury secrets to show in the Senate impeachment impeachment trial President Trump's pattern of soliciting interference and obstruction right. Exactly that's the one reference that they make in the articles of impeachment that have already been approved proved but the question here is you know what does this matter for for any other parts of the of what the what the House Democrats are doing. And I think what the courts are struggling ogling with And you know certainly what the administration is trying to exploit here is the fact that the Democrats have have already voted for these articles of impeachment. And the answer is from the House. Democrats is we can always impeach him again. Essentially we can add more articles of impeachment In addition to the ones that have already been approved. Be Interesting to see how that would would work. Evan Perez appreciate it as always. Thank you C. N. N. legal analyst Joe Jackson back with me now. So let's start with what we heard from the Justice Department. These arguments again filed overnight tonight to those arguments. Water depends who you ask the panther you sitting next to write from a department of Justice Loy. Eric I'm going to say absolutely they do. They carry the day but let's just try to evaluate it objectively. I think the core clearly has a place here. Why you can't on the one hand argue that you know what mcgann is absolutely immune? He's not going to go to Congress because I say so. If you don't like that go to the court okay. So then we go to the court and then you get a district court ruling that says that presidents we elect them. We don't elect kings or anything else. He has to testify. But if there are specific issues that you feel a privilege that you feel fall into illegal exception he could cite that at the time of his testimony and and then of course now you say well no. It's going to impede upon what we're doing here. I don't think it's a credible argument. Look as long as we get paid to make arguments we get paid to support clients and what they want us have as do as long as those arguments we call frivolous meaning. They have no merit but I think at the end of the day. It's really not a legitimate argument to make that the court has no place. It may impede upon the impeachment proceedings and therefore hold off. Hold the phone. Don't do it. I just think that Da. No I do I mean what. What else is it's it's it's been complete stall? We know that Congress has a responsibility and that responsibility includes getting information from the executive so to your point in terms of Congress has a responsibility the the house we just heard is saying. Listen part of the reason that we need to hear from Don mcgann is that we are not done investigating and there could be more articles have been preserved very well may yeah I mean it's premature right. I think they have to get through this. There's been an impeachment. We'll see what happens now. The Senate trial in terms of whether there's actually more evidence and information and facts and will all those facts. Erica actually matter but sure I mean look if you do something that's impeachable. The House has a role to ferret out what that is and to the extent that mcgann has critical information that that he has not conveyed because he's being held and not to testify. I think the court should make a ruling. They should proceed. You think they should make a ruling just quickly do you think mcgann again and other important. Witnesses could be compelled to testify. I I don't see it. I mean I think they should be but at the rate this is going. Are you talking about the Senate trial for purposes of the Senate trial. Well I think that's completely in the arm of one Mitch. McConnell the Senate majority leader. I think he'll call the shots
"joe jackson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Attorney Joe Jackson says the case against his client one Rodriguez should be dropped because we'll have to live with the accidental tragedy for the rest of his life we believe that they will come to the only conclusion which you can in this case and that this was a horrific horrible accident Rodriguez telling police he thought he dropped the twins off at daycare in Yonkers back on July twenty sixth instead accidentally leaving them in the backseat where they died the Bronx DA is charged with manslaughter but has yet to present the case to a grand jury Rodriguez is due back in court in December I'm Bob around for seventy seven W. ABC news two dozen people are facing charges on Long Island after authorities busted up an alleged drug ring that operated on the Shinnecock Indian reservation Suffolk County district attorney Tim scenes as an up tick in recent activity last December sparked the investigation the ring stands accused of selling over one million dollars worth of heroin cocaine marijuana and other drugs prosecutors maintain their heroin was laced with Sentinel and led to five overdose deaths city council members are considering a series of bills aimed at trying to bring down the number of cyclists involved in deadly crashes lease Warner reports hearing a hearing and Y. P. D. chief Thomas chan endorsed the bill that would require a minimum of three feet of space when a driver over takes a cyclist the specific three foot requirement will lend clarity to an otherwise vague concept understate law and would present an opportunity to publicly highlight these dangers DOT officials say they urge bikers to wear helmets but stopped short of wanting the mandatory saying stats show that would deter biking more than two dozen cyclists have been killed on New York City streets this year the most in the last couple decades I'm Liz Warner for seventy seven W. ABC news some ups and downs on Wall Street today in which way will it go tomorrow they download down twenty eight points but the S. and P. up five points and the nasdaq up sixty six points in sports the Rangers are on the ice against the Buffalo Sabres right now the islanders also facing off against the Arizona coyotes and Yankees manager Joe Girardi is reportedly heading down the turnpike to.
"joe jackson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"One point five. Joe Jackson, you're on New Jersey one zero one point five. Incident. I'm sure they get a federal investigation. You know you talk to neighbors you talk to relatives and again, we don't know the whole story, she may better terrible. Mom to begin with you. Once you interview people, you know, you get a good idea after tearing I mean, I for my, you know, me, I know people that are not good. Parents. Know their neighbors. And obviously, when you talk to people, you get a gist of if they're good parents or not, it's terrible would happen. I personally don't think she should be charged. I mean to lose a child white debt. Yeah. Doodoo a mistake. It's a stupid mistake. The rest of her life. And this does to you. A life sentence and see exactly. And this does to you sound like it sounds to us that it was not intentional. No matter how bad and tragic, it was. It doesn't feel like it was. I don't care if the kid is it, it, it does feel like an accident. Doesn't it? Yes. I mean, I lived in town next to Lakewood and. Yeah, I was aware of that of what happened, but I didn't hear anything afterwards. I didn't hear any of the facts, and that's, that's really what's missing. It's hard to make knowing. Yeah, but of course, the police know a lot more than we do. And they decided to tell the prosecutor what they knew the prosecutor decided shorts were that charges were in order Joe. Thanks and I, I do wonder why now there is a township committeeman an Albert Ackerman who knows the family. And last month when this had happened. He talked to somebody in our newsroom. Now he spoke very highly of the family. He said it's a sad situation. It's terrible. They seem to be amazing people. They're not the negligent type at all. I don't know. But does that because he knew the family, too? Well, are they such close friends that maybe you're not seeing right? Or is that just the very truthful statement? And they really were that. That good of parents. And that this was absolutely the, you know, the, the accident that it appears to be Robin and cherry hill. You're on New Jersey, one zero one point five. Hey, how you doing? Okay. Listening to everybody. I didn't realize that it dad would it seems. Not bad. So I feel like there must be something we don't know. But if they have to do something, I think she should be under house arrest because there's other kids, so they lost their sibling. Now they're gonna lose their mother. To do. I just don't think that, that seems right. Well, okay. Let me ask you this. And see this is where it gets hard. What does the trial didn't die? What if a mistake like this had been made, and it could have killed the kid and the kid was in, you know, dire distress but made it through should there. Then be a punishment. Look at the intent. Like something. Casino Houdini in store. They weren't in the house. They weren't home. They parked, there was something out of the ordinary civic may be day care. And. I think she's been punished enough. Said something has to be that she should be under house arrest. All right, Robin. Thanks for calling New Jersey, one zero one point five the Lakewood mother who lost her daughter by leaving her in a hot car for several hours in the driveway. She has been charged. And what do you do to punish someone in a situation like this one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five four thirty? Time for the news. Now, the latest, New Jersey news from nj.
"joe jackson" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Of the sexes, revson. The medicines Daniel, he lives in Moreno valley, he works as a senior business. Ed Eliza ho at enjoys playing soccer. What's up, Dan? Representing the ladies her name is Adeline. She's from Paris. She just graduated from Cal, poly Pomona and enjoy spending time with your dogs. Let's hear for Atalay. Here's how it works out. I'm gonna ask stereotypical male questions. Daniel Joseph as stereotypical female questions. Best said, if we win still tied the end of regulation, we go to announce tough tiebreaker question. Let's start with the ladies shredder. It is foot clan regularly battle. What group of characters? Oh, that's very funny. No shredder in his foot Clinton's reference. Do teenage mutant ninja turtles. Daniel Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams are members of what group. All right. Guys in the board. Here we go. Adeline shoeless Joe Jackson is an iconic name associated with what sport. Shoeless. Joe Jackson is a whole name. No baseball whose baseball player speaking of baseball, players, David Ortiz, apparently, doing okay? He's out of surgery and everyday, poppy iconic baseball player of the Boston Red Sox was injured. He was shot that's Republic last night. But he's out of surgery, doing well, Daniel Connor is best known for what kind of products. You're right. And might have put out for the year. The men have just taken.
"joe jackson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"A thanks Mark. There is a possibility for a live pags parody at some point during the program. But really nothing motivated me right now yet. Not really unless you know. Michael Cohen was back on Capitol Hill today talk about that. What am I gonna do with him? Can we use liar from three dog night? We did that before. Paul. You've offered up proud Mary a couple of times which they angle there. You could say Cohen, you know, he's going down the river something. Cohen cohen. Cohen down the river bed. Cering did leave a good job in the city. He was working for the man. See donald. Many meet some money. And. Nose is runny. No. Put it together. Here's. Worse than a frying pan. Do frying pans flip-flop. No, we could do something. We might do something. Do I do? I do the credence version or do. I do the IT Cantina version. Well, how do I think the teen apart? You can do the new. That's all you, buddy. Dude in your Hillary voice. Okay. That could be something that might be a thing today. We also have Dr Ben Carson, he's the housing or housing and urban development secretary. He, of course, are very good friends have been for a long time. So we talked to what why why did your whole body? Make a move on. I said, we're good friends. Telling us, you're good friends with all these people in Washington. When we know you're not just because you. Not make your best buds. Have I interviewed him five six times. Now, probably doesn't make you. The hang out with them in Washington at the White House at the Christmas party. Now, you take a picture did you? Well. Yeah. How do you take a picture hanging out? That's kind of how you take a picture hanging. A picture. Okay. Done Instagram immediately. And and today I asked him if he framed picture with me. I did. Do you think I asked him that? He did. Yes. Of course, you do. Gets asked. Ben Carson questions like that joepags his friends his friends do. Yeah. All right. That I can do a Ben Carson parody. It could be. That's what friends are for. No. Signal. The Michael Jackson. Somebody by the way requested that I use PYTI by Michael Jackson for. In a parody. Okay. Michael Jackson music off limits now because of the whole I mean, listen. Are we are? We knew to the idea. The Michael Jackson was doing something with kids is that something today now. No. But it's been out there for twenty years or more me he paid some people off, and they couldn't talk about it afterwards or something. And now there's suddenly there's this investigation out there. And of course, his legacy is family in his the the the children. They're all denying everything. And how dare you? Everybody's paying off. I guess that's probably the return to us. Now. Everybody's face off. Yeah. And the alleged victims are all coming forward now and whatever else. Radio stations or stop are not going to play his music anymore. Really? I know that I hadn't heard I know. I haven't seen the documentary of you have not because I've heard people are. Yeah. They're physically ill after watching this the the alleged. He did write the details that are coming out of this. Are there radio stations that aren't playing Michael Jackson anymore? I haven't heard anything just yet. I'm sure it's probably in the works. But Sam Dooley. Ever look that up because I I get the feeling that there are some radio stations that have announced that they're pulling Michael Jackson's music off their sack could be wrong. Maybe I had that dream. But I'm pretty sure somebody said that this is always the quandary for me because Michael Jackson was was a musical genius. And I don't want to hear the argument that he wasn't was he weird. Hell, yes. Held to the. Yes. So weird, dude. Did did he grow up in an odd way? Yeah. I think I think it's Joe Jackson probably mistreated all of them. And I say that because there were movies made of the Jackson Five, and he seemed to be not only the patriarch, but the, but the disciplinarian, and maybe even more so that he should have been was he forced to perform starting at eight years old. I have forced is I dunno guy was so talented that he was performing with his family at eight years old was he a guy that wrote songs that that move people absolutely hundred percent was his dance. Unbelievable. And was that. Yes. All of that. You can listen if you want to deny Michael Jackson's talent because you don't like what he said or or what's alleged that he has done that doesn't make sense to me. I can separate the two does that mean that we should keep playing his music? I don't know. Do hold people up on high that. That did what looks like worst horrible, dastardly stuff. No. The let me talk about my favorite artists ever. My favorite artist ever, as you know, is Elvis Presley Elvis, Presley dive in the toilet at forty two years old because he was addicted to drugs now, let's talk about and I hate that over a long time. I believe that Elvis didn't die, and it was a hoax Gail brewer Giorgio wrote a book about a Ryan, and he really came back and he performed as a Ryan Darnell. I mean, I know all the stuff he was working. He was working at McDonalds in Kalamazoo flipping burgers under the name, John Burroughs and all this stuff. But it sounds like it turns out he just died because he made horrible decisions in his life. Do we stop playing Elvis music because of that? No. So I don't know. I mean, I it are we going to at some point. Have some sort of proof that these allegations are true was he a weird guy. Absolutely weird guy. He was exonerated when he was tried for this though, criminally. And his music is really really good. I'm telling you for me. It puts me in a very weird position as a musician is somebody who understands good music. I don't get why his voice was like that all the time. And he's real speaking voice wasn't really like that. And the definitely, you know, bleached his skin to try to look white that it doesn't matter if you're black or white, and then it turns out he's frontal cloud, Diana Ross. The dude was weird. Having said that some good music. You know what I'm saying? I absolutely agree. So what do you do with that? I mean, do we excommunicate anything he's ever done for society? I've been dental longtime now. I don't have the answer. What did you find here or carried you have it? Something. Coming up from CNN. We have radio stations in New Zealand and Canada have dropped Michael Jackson replay list following new accusations of abuse by the late pop star the documentary leaving never land. I mean it starting. And it puts us in a position that do. We completely get rid of everything in society that has any negative connotation whatsoever. It's like the same argument over a confederate flags of the confederate star in Alabama, or or, you know, South Carolina, should we removed from the state house, and and you know, confederate statues disappearing in San Antonio the dark of night under police protection. I mean, do we pretend like the things that happen that we're not so great and our history didn't happen. I I I think this opens a Pandora's box again because the tell you this a lot of Michael Jackson fans will fight to the bitter end to stop getting rid of him off the radio to stop me. There are people now who are like ready to fight you. If you say the Michael Jackson abusing kids. But if it turns out, he was abusing kids, and how do we prove that now that he's dead? How do you to try them again? It turns out he was abusing kids. You don't want that person to be held up on high. It'd be looked at as an idol to some. Here's another the died at fifty years old from 'cause he's taking propofol or wherever the however you pronounce it too because he couldn't sleep intelligence go under major anesthesia to go to sleep. So the same thing with really I mean, so you stop playing music. Found guilty to get rid of do you have to get rid of the the the the movie Space Jam because I believe I can fly was like the theme. Right. Into that. At what point where do we stop? By the way, I talked about pop culture a little bit yesterday. Joe Rogan gonna talking about how transphobic ace Ventura wasn't it wasn't. So wrote me and said that that Rogan didn't say he was ten there were some women on the show saying that she was then when as Ventura came out, we read the story, and the story said Joe Rogan said he was ten when it came out. And it's better now because now we recognize transphobia where we didn't back then. So it's actually a good thing. So the story was either written wrong or he did say it, so whatever. But at the end of the day, the never show ace Ventura Guinot we talked about it yesterday. Well times are changing, and we're a better society. Now, we're better society that we're so over-regulating. Everybody's offended by everything. I mean, we're really going to pretend like the thriller album wasn't one of the biggest selling albums ever. And like every single song on that album was a huge hit. We're gonna pretend that just didn't happen. Gary where you can do that. I would say no probably going to do that. We're going to pretend you're Michael Jackson was a huge star now. And then people always reference that album when they talk about other albums when as far as selling and everything else. What are they gonna just not mentioned that there were some album in the eighties? Yeah. That it's now beaten or something. So yeah. I mean, that's crazy. Sam your generation Michael Jackson, still made an impact right? Oh, yeah. Definitely do. We throw them away throw Mattis -ociety. We never hear from them again because of these allegations. No. And I think that it goes to do care about the music or do you care about the actual person making the music? I like the music. I don't care who's singing it. It's an interesting question me. Do we pretend carry do? We pretend like the Cosby show wasn't the hit. It was in the eighties. We know what Bill Cosby. Bill Cosby accused and convicted he's in prison. Does does that show the impact? No, you can't. Because the impact of that show. Was it empowered minorities that you could be a doctor and a lawyer you could have an ice house in. Sang songs and went through the same stuff that everybody went through that was a ground-breaking necessary show. Do you pretend it didn't happen? So to me, and this goes back to I'm hearing a lot of people lately. And this is kind of a smart thing to say, they're judging today by yesterday standards, or they're judging ni- I took it back the judging yesterday our history, by today's standards, today's standards are very very different. But to say, well, you know, find out that pags picks his nose, and he shouldn't have a show that doesn't make sense. Know what John Wayne said years ago? Right. I'm just getting maybe. What John Wayne said an interview fifty sixty years ago. Was it politically, correct? Absolutely. Not no way. Nia another one in an airport named after the context or right? Put it into the context of nineteen seventy-one where was this country nineteen seventy-one and put what he said in context. Yes, I can argue that everything he said was offensive. I could also really here the way he said it and why he said it that way what was our society doing at the time. Very interesting to me. The whole thing is interesting. We're we're we judging we're going to say, well, what was America like in seventeen seventy six we should judge that by twenty nine thousand nine standards eight eight nine four one eight eight nine four one seven two four seven joepags dot com..
"joe jackson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Very interesting discussion that we're having right now on obviously agree Martinez gets in there as well. But we're talking about bonds cleanse now making it can be our is the number. We'll get to Craig and Patrick in second. But but Ed piece chomping at the bit here. Go ahead polish chomping teeth. Always just. Red light second. Yuki your Mike. You're just like your. You're tapping your feet. Go ahead. What do you want to say? I just want to propose an idea to you guys. What if members in the hall of fame players that are elected can vote with the writers? So the writers Ardy elected these guys. So the writers are responsible for these veterans committee is. But with the the first ballot boat. I I like this see I like where you're going because what I would like to see a world where the riders are removed and the active living hall of fame members vote for the next class. What's wrong with that? If William as says Barry Bonds is a hall of Famer how is he not a hall of fame? That's pretty credible. Right. No. But not you guys you guys think that and I mean, honestly, there's so many guys that have come out and said that they would never do it. Either. I know. What if he? If he's not a hall of Famer in the eyes of the hall of famers in our should we even push that issue anymore unit is saying we should take their word for it. That's what I feel. I feel like there's a lot more credibility doubt. No doubt. Here's that already on that pedestal then a guy who who got pissed off at a certain player in the locker room. He's not gonna vote for him ever guys who are voted in where the jacket have the bus. I will say this when it comes to the riders. I'm on the. I'm I think minority on this with you guys, obviously. But most of the guys are being talked about as far as voters based on a couple of guys a couple writers. I think too. I think the majority of them do their absolute due diligence. They they do the necessary research, they think long and hard about it that don't have a bias. I think there's a majority of the writers. I think the couple that are are screwing this all up is causing us to have this discussion just a couple. But those couple could end up being, you know, get a couple of guys here, and they're convinced a couple of guys here, and there I just think that for the most part we're looking at really got a lot of individuals guys and girls that have. They do what they're supposed to do. And they do it right now. It's great. That's a good point. Actually, there there is a handful, but their influence is so massive I think they could sway the vote one way or another. I really do. I do like the writers in the system. I do like that. They watch baseball twenty four seven. They know what they're talking about. They get it. They get it. They love the game to you have to love the game to write about baseball. That's one. Yeah. That's. For the game. I mean, look what guys are making millions and millions of dollars those guys and girls are getting paid everybody. Yeah. But everybody. To me. I think I understand that. But everybody loves the game of baseball. If you're involved, you're watching everyone you'd be surprised saying if he surprised saying you can't just say that the writers are the only ones that love the game. So I didn't say that not saying that you did. I've just the thought that oh the writers. They love the game that covered yet everybody who watches baseball loves baseball. If if there's a different if you're into it. No matter what you are a writer a fan of your into it. You love baseball. Yeah. The whole thing was just throwing in that idea because it would offset those few that are in the minority that are impacting the majority danger beggar. Thirty. We'll talk to more. We'll talk danger about this. This is interesting conversation. We're all kind on different sides of things. The episode with franey because the writers I'm on an island as I always am anyway, kmby number love to get your thoughts. Go to Craig in Santa Rosa, Craig you're arcane beer. Thanks for taking my call. Thanks for making that what's on your mind. The hall of fame. No, I have not I have not. Newseum it celebrates the game. I went years ago in my brothers. I saw shoeless Joe Jackson shoot. I saw homerun back from eighty seven. It is a celebration of the game. All of this stuff. Blow. Celebration of the game to that in. Everybody's got their perspective on Keith Olbermann wrote an interesting tweet today. Listen to that. Trust me. I don't know how you'd pull this off in the building itself. However. Three-tiered hall. Mortals, like Ruth and Ted Williams Willie Mays and Hank Aaron the general population damn near everybody else. And then the notable shorten Thurman Munson ROY halladay the controversial guys like bonds and Clemens. Three wings three wings and hall of fame. Well. Even if it's vertical. Even if you go all the way upstairs to see, you know, the immortal. Second the general population and the bottom tier even if it's in a darkened room the notion of having guy play Thurman Munson halladay, I'm not a big fan of Edgar Martinez. Not having a glove is locked up a seventy percent of the game. She played, but the and the closers, and and the guys who he rose and Barry Bonds, I don't think they should be in. But if you're going to celebrate this game. Got the most the most homerun ship it to not have them there. And they're all there by the notion of cheering it up the notion. Giving the immortal hairdo giving the quote unquote, general population of guys with a plaque there do and then having an area where the guy should made this game to game bonds bonds and woes are going to be taught about in baseball long after all of us are gone. It's just a way of things. But I thought it was an intriguing notion. Call Craig appreciates chiming in. Interesting. Let's go to Patrick Kane. Beer, patrick. You're on. Hey, what's going on? Kevin you Lou. Good, man. What's on your mind? There you go. I should've followed. You're on that same point where the hall of fame is a museum. And if it's a museum you have to capture all January of the entire baseball four hundred and fifty years, and we all know that in the nine thousand nine thousands of things that are going up. But prior to that other things have gone down as well. So Bob laser being there Roger climates being there. You don't have to put an asterisk for them right now. The major league baseball writers who vote for the hall of fame are changing history of baseball layer change in the history of baseball. That's what we're talking about cut you off. But that's what we're talking about. Those those select few who realize how much power they have realized how much influence. Just kind of do their own thing all bias in the motion into it. That's where I have a problem. Yeah. Changing the history of baseball. And that's what they shouldn't be doing. I mean, the history of baseball bonds was there and. I don't know about you, drew, and I'm sure I could say the same thing, and we're gonna miss your for anyone you go while you're in Philly now, but I'm never seen a person intentionally walked with the bags loaded. Thank you for calling Patrick. You're absolutely right. Thank you for coming. Patrick. Appreciate that. Franson we talk about that that that moment were show. Walter walked bonds. What happened after that play? What happened after that line out? Maine. Yes, right, right. Made her line out. I got something for you guys about that. I thought about this over the weekend kind of switching gears a football. When are we going to get to the point where Tom Brady, just like walks in with a minute, three laughing? You just take your chances on offense because he's almost automatic within two minutes think about this. So in the fourth quarter when he's gone. Okay. Where where we at right now. What are we talking about football? I know, but this is connecting the dots here. Just listen to me. I promise it's good. It's good. Barry Bonds gets walked intentionally. Okay. When are we going to let it Tom Brady score intentionally think about it? Within the last two minutes. So that way you could take your chances on offense at the minute time. Yeah. Time. It's almost like Barry Bonds eating intentionally walked I feel like Tom Brady is in that category now. And that's what you do with the goat's. There's connecting FBI patriots. We're going to get into the patriots. I didn't see it. I'll text it to you know, we'll get into the patriots. But I I kind of follow what you're saying F B that he's on this immortal level for sure Brady is patriots are infuriating shivers support though. Yeah. Yeah. Completely different. What is the intentional walking every other sport? There really isn't one is there. Well, that's what I was trying to compare it to guys. There's none no in football. I said trying and instead I was gonna do it was going down the path may lead to a brick wall. But he's going down. Yeah. All right committed to it. Let's. You know, what I just that's why we liked perseverence friend effort, just go. You don't care you'll run into the wall. You'll get back up and go the other way can CASA. But. Had to away for a little bit. House truly fair. For having to listen. Kaby number. We'll continue with the hall of fame discussion, then we'll switch gears at eight forty five talk NFL angel Bagger leads up on that one. I tell you this in half an hour. We'll talk NFL we'll continue our baseball discussion airbag baggage that the Georgia today thirty it's Cambier tonight on these sports leader.
"joe jackson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Jackson from nineteen seventy nine. From our window. Copy goes to my senior year at Maryland spinning tunes at the big over there. And some records arrive in the mail. Remember records married now orange? Remember, the male one of the most Joe Jackson's first album called look. She really going out with him released forty years ago this week. Wow. That's right. It's the Mark Davis in for Hugh Hewitt chart history. Moments making all of us feel a whole lot older. Hey, no charge. One eight hundred five zero one two three four one eight hundred five two one two three four as I said a lot of Trump audio Schumer and Pelosi audio the sound we create the most is your thoughts on the phones at one eight hundred five two one two three four. Let's let's return to a little bit of the of the democrat response, which I realize I'm totally serious about this. They should it should have been delivered. Pi beta O'Rourke in Alexandria, Cossio Cortes, who by the way, may well be the democratic party's next to nominees in two thousand twenty and twenty twenty four but more on that later, but Chuck Schumer in the midst of his his portion of the of the retort, essentially said, you know, we this is his big line. We about the shutdown. We don't govern by temper tantrums. Listen, thank you speaker Pelosi. My fellow Americans. We address you tonight for. One reason only the president of the United States having failed to get Mexico to pay for his ineffective unnecessary border wall and unable to convince the congress or the American people to foot the Bill has shut down the government. American democracy. Doesn't work that way. We don't govern by temper tantrum. No, president should pound the table and demand. He gets his way or else. The government shuts down hurting millions of Americans who are treated as leverage tonight and throughout this debate and throughout his presidency. President Trump has appeal to fear not facts division, not unity. Let's pause fear. Not facts. The fact is our border is too porous fear is an interesting term. I do not fear the consequences of a porous border. I don't fear on a daily basis the slings and arrows of. Terrorism. I am concerned about them. They're not fears that I have their concerns that I have a two soft border is a concern that the president has it's not it's not a fear implies irrationality, and who I'm scared, and I may overreact in any one of a number of of unreasonable ways. This is a concern. It is either something that concerns you or it does not it does not concern the left. It does concern this president. Let's grab a call or two before we take our next pause one eight hundred five two one two three four. We're in Cleveland. Jan hey, Mark Davis in for Hugh Hewitt. How are you? Good morning. I'm just fine. Hi, you know, Trump's have a realistic view of America. When he says America first. Pelosi is way out there. And she really feels bad for the impoverished, people are women and children, and how cruel we are. And what does she think does she think this every mother and child from all of central and South America can show up here, and we can absorb them because we have actually in our inner cities and a lot of suburb. We have under served people. A lot of them are children. We have children that supposedly don't have enough to eat and. Nasties involvement with Catholic charities and years back standing on the border, and I think I think with her she might have a well skills, and she is just using her wealth skill to. Make that she feels so bad for everyone. I think that's interesting analysis Janet, thanks. I guess for time. I don't want to psychoanalyze people so much wealth. Guilt is an interesting concept. Listen, if people are guilty of being wealthy, they can dole out as much of their own money as they wish for any kind of caused that they wish or sell them sell out things in return to the middle.
Why Miranda Lambert Refused to Discuss Gwen Stefani Publicly for So Long
"Is brought to you by credit karma joe jackson has been laid to rest and apparently there is a long list of celebrities who turned down an invitation to pay respect to the data of the famous jackson family some of the stars allegedly that turned down the invite range from bruno mars jay z diana ross quincy jones paul mccartney salim dion liza minelli and more and according to a source list is very long of those who said they can't make it interesting joe passed away last week after being diagnosed with colon cancer last year yeah we've been seeing some pictures come out from the family memorial and notably janet was there and we've seen pictures of michael's children and we know that he has been laid to rest in the same cemetery where michael is also laid to rest right very interesting reciting miranda lambert refused to do press to promote her post blake shelton divorce album the weight of these wings because she knew she'd be asked about shelton's relationship with gwen stefani now she held no press vows but she broke them and it had well a predictable outcome she said i got on the phone for the first interview first question was how do you feel about glen then she hung up the phone and she explained that the themes on her record the weight of these wings reflected who she was at that moment in time but admitted she can't stay the same person forever so she was like listen to the album you'll get your answers they're interesting don't wanna talk about it i mean yeah i don't think that that's fair for people to go to that place i yeah with her because she is her own artist and she has her own views and i think i would be frustrated if i had just released an album and the first thing that thing that somebody asked me about was my ex husband's new girlfr friend exactly slap in the face yeah just because blake shelton and gwen stefani are playing up their relationship to the tabloids doesn't mean that you are necessarily playing your personal life same way so lazy to start with that right that's just lazy exact scarlett johansson has a new movie lined up she's gonna start a movie called rub and tug wow yes k based on the true story of a woman who ran a mafia connected massage parlors in pittsburgh and the seventies and eighties what that is i think we all know what that's going to be all about with that title one can only guess finally big news of the day because it is bird david foster and catherine feed will they are engaged after he popped the question during their european vacation i was looking at pictures of them boy they look happy i want i would be happy to if i had a big diamond on my finger and i was hanging out in southern italy yeah but then but then i'd have to be married to say also keep in mind the company yeah that's true well everything has a cost.
Joe Jackson Laid to Rest in Private Funeral
"On over the ballpark and enjoy it in person and take take in those fireworks red sox four three winners of washington reversal of the winning pitchers ten and three six innings seven hits couple of runs given up in this one had a base it on his own plan the national league team in the bets we'll keep pets head home run number twenty one so the red sox game up on the yankees coming out of that yankees series even but sox win yankees lose atlanta five three in eleven over new york atlanta's had a great year how about demarcus cousins that golden state upsetting the balance of power once again this one i thought we might win an nba championship one year five point three million he's going to be hurt for half the year but probably ready to go for the playoffs lakers sign rondo i'm steve mcdonald newsradio nine twenty one zero four seven fm at portillo hit by the wing came off max scherzer with the bases loaded three run double cleared the basis hit it over the left fielders head much to the shock of forsillo in dismay of max scherzer one of the best if not the best pitcher in the national league our poll question from yesterday some veterans are upset about a planned concert to mark the seventy fifth anniversary of d day next june sixth because it set to be held on the site of sword beach in normandy now that's one of the five beach landing sites where allied forces stormed on shore under fire on d day organizers say it's to educate millennials on d day do you think it's disrespectful though it's a pop concert to hold this concert on sword beach forty percent of you said yes but sixty percent of you had no problem with primarily i think because of its it's a reason you know these organizers saying that it's to actually educate millennials on what went down there joe jackson has been buried in the same cemetery is michael jackson these same cemetery as is sun the eighty nine year old was rate laid to rest at forest lawn glendale california during a private funeral yesterday janet jackson michael jackson's children prince and paris and other family and friends were in attendance to jackson passed away from pancreatic cancer on june the twenty seventh in michael jackson they were estranged and the late pop icon had left him completely out of his will big big baby boom record for a texas hospital here's fox's kristin goodwin from with what's trending today maybe forty eight babies delivered within forty one hours this the recent reality for a nursery in fort worth texas doctors that'd be scott and white allstate's medical center credited for bringing twentyseven little girls and twenty one little boys into the world including a set of twins averaging more than one baby an hour a big bump from the hospitals typical average of twelve deliveries a day some folks blaming a recent full moon others say it's usually lively during the summer months hospital staff say the nursery halls have never been so busy folks are applauding managers who are well.
Trump to announce his replacement for Justice Kennedy on July 9
"Dimitrius into thannual pitts told an undercover agent that he was scouting locations in hopes of parking and explosiveladen vehicle that would blow up during cleveland's downtown parade pit susan american citizen now charged with attempted support of a terrorist organization the feds say that pits initially came under surveillance in two thousand seventeen after expressing a desire to join qaeda piece faces a maximum for twenty years in prison if he is found guilty looks like president trump is sticking to his promise to announce his pick to replace the retirement supreme court justice anthony kennedy next monday interviewed and met with four or potential justices of our great supreme court they are outstanding people they are really incredible people in so many different ways academically in every other way trump says he's looking at five to seven candidates in all fun movie mogul harvey weinstein facing a new predatory sexual assault charge in manhattan involving a third woman why senior ready pleased the not guilty to similar charges involving two other women if convicted of these new charges harvey weinstein faces up to life in prison joe jackson's been laid to rest and in the same southern california cemetery as his son michael that's a forest lawn memorial park joe jackson died last wednesday in las vegas joe jackson was eighty nine years old he is five by his estranged wife catherine h and dozens of grants a new study finds a coffee drinkers may be less likely to dive and early death in non java lovers get that good i'd drink coffee every morning and finally.
Joe Jackson To Be Remembered With Public and Private Memorial Services
"Over the line on newsradio six ten wtvn joe jewett jack devos did francis with us tonight as well couple of trips here to the over the line graveyard a couple of notable names passed on this week the first of which is joe jackson now yeah and i was really upset when i first heard that because i thought it was a different jojohn the was the english new wave roxy no i would have been sad about me to this what i wasn't much sorry don't have a high opinion of the other guy manager and jackson family patriarch joe jackson died wednesday jackson the father of eleven dude included a including music icons michael and janet had been hospitalized for the last few weeks due to terminal pancreatic cancer jackson's first experience in the music business was in the fifties when he sang and played guitar or the chicago based blues band the falcons he would enjoy much more success managing the jackson five which featured the talents of his young sons jackie tito jermaine marlin and michael remember last week we're trying to come up with all the jacksons and couldn't get all five yeah that was the toyota though we didn't she wasn't even the jackson and which he grew for success when its members were still children in nineteen sixty nine jackson negotiated a deal with motown and the result was a.
Fox, Spain and Morocco discussed on Mark Levin
"Thousand dollars raising nearly one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in a day fox's kristin goodwin rescue services from spain have brought ninety migrants from morocco ashore after they attempted to cross the straight of gibraltar the root is the shortest from north africa to europe and it's gaining popularity a father and son battle for state office in rhode island a house divided in newport rhode island fortyseven year old david kiro a senior is a republican who supports president trump twenty two year old david junior is an independent mulas at the same home both filing this week to be on the ballot for a state house seat now being held by a democrat even driving to city hall in the same car filing their election paperwork the younger was saying his dad's a good motivator even if it's to motivate to stop him both say they frequently talk politics at home and say the race will be interesting the elder kiro saying mom's a wildcard as she could surprise them all and vote for the incumbent rich denison fox news jackson has posted an online tribute to her grandfather joe jackson the daughter of michael jackson posting on instagram a photo of her and her grandfather holding hands and what appears to be a hospital the caption reads rip the hawk joe jackson forceful mentor of michael jackson and his eight surviving siblings died wednesday to hospice in las vegas lisa lacerra fox news.
Report That Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx Have Split Is '100 Percent Untrue' Says Actress' Rep
"Yeah angie's entertainment reports red and angie five kiss up by national louis university joe jackson the father of michael and janet jackson died yesterday at the age of eighty nine he's been hospitalized since late last week with terminal cancer jal launched the jackson five in the sixty s they saw millions of records were gonna become one of the most successful rb groups of all time later guided the careers of michael and janet when they went out on their solo thang survive wife catherine ten living children and all of them grandbabies fox and katie holmes never really admitted that they were a couple in the first place but apparently now it's over sources are saying they were planning a wedding paris katy called it off because of trust issues apparently jamie was the one who insisted on keeping their relationship super private and publicly he never stopped acting single which included clubbing and being seen with other women this same person says it rub katie the wrong way and it was hard for her not to feel jealous and worry about cheating especially since jamie is a major floor i can see him being a total flop yeah charming guys with a lot of charisma that doesn't mean they're cheating necessarily know but it made her insecure with the privacy and the fact that he's flirting i thought tom cruise was the reason that they kept it secret now because it used to be friends meter sign a contract i heard that is expired because right after that was done there was like a five year limit on that and then after it was done they were oh now i thought it was the jamie foxx is uncomfortable because he used to be friends with tom cruise so for a while he gives any yeah i didn't know did they did have that agreement thou like she couldn't publicly date for five years alright so scarlett johansson speaking of you know dating tom cruise scarlett johansson denying a scientologist claim that she wants date tom cruise this dude says that used to work on cruises scientology security team and he appeared on megan kelly show a couple of days ago saying that scarlett was on the list of women who auditioned to date tom after he split from nicole kidman a long time ago so this would have been before katie holmes so scarlett says the very idea of any person auditioning to be a relationship is so demeaning i refuse for adding one to spread the idea that i lack the integrity to choose my own relationships she said the whole story is cry mortar check out all night today what the hell we got up there paulina's paulina's we got floyd mayweather hardy be cardi b's baby shower saw kyo bronx bronx like a little baby bodega was adorable you gotta see a video pictures.
Pa. officer charged in shooting death of unarmed teen
"Aim with tyler right to see his play remember when he was doing mama's boy anybody see the pitch no pitcher well fan johnny surely pitches disbar seeing us yeah yeah that we know yeah too tall women maybe close over here was the sassy here matt how had to swim in his pitches for everything he does know pitcher janet okay yeah now you got she is here the lovely not talking to you the talented miss an trip thank you avoid those guys anyway this is andrew for the news let's get to it president trump says he already has a list of possible supreme court nominees now that eighty one year old justice anthony kennedy's announced his intention to retire and that the list was compiled by the conservative heritage foundation and the federalist society justice kennedy's impending retirement provides the president with the opportunity swing the highest court in the land to the hard right you see the decisions that just came down how big they are how vital they are and they can swing different ways depending on who it might whom they might be in the core that's right there's already a five four gop appointed to democratic appointed supreme court split however the eighty one year old kennedy was the courts a swing voter actually mostly agreeing with conservatives but not always republican leader mitch mcconnell says he intends to be expect rather sent to hold a confirmation vote on trump's high court nominee sometime this fall meanwhile the conservative supreme court already dealt a serious blow yesterday to the nation's unions in a five four decision the justices ruled that organized labor can no longer force people who don't want to be members of say police oh teachers unions to pay special fees even if those same people benefit from the public unions collective bargaining another work now that infect in effect cuts off a great deal of extra revenue for employee unions and lessens their political power a white east pittsburgh police officers charged with homicide in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager name antoine rose offers a michael ross feels accused of shooting seventeen year old rose three times as he ran away from a vehicle suspected of being involved in a drive by shooting early this evening however the allegany county da says that officer rossville was not acting to prevent death oh series bodily injury when he opened fire on the teenager and their rose never fired a gun on the night of the shooting officer rossville preliminary hearing set for next week is bail set at a quarter of a million bucks the white house in moscow have reached an agreement on a summit meeting between president trump and russian leader vladimir putin authorities will only say at this point that the summits to take place in a mutually agreed upon thirdcountry would fox news says the meat's gonna take place in helsinki a twenty one year old white man accused of purposely driving his car into a crowd of antiracism demonstrators last year in charlottesville virginia now facing federal hate crimes and a few arrangements are being made for the patriarch of the jackson family joe jackson the father of michael in the other room to have died of pancreatic cancer joe jackson was musician himself strict disciplinarian and credited with setting his children on the road to start them and international claim starting in their home and gary indiana twenty three hundred jackson street to be specific i it was his sons as the jackson five then michael with elise singer in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine and later all of his children were involved in music to one extent or the other including his daughters reveal toy and janet joe jackson was eighty nine years old back with.
Texas executes inmate for 1979 rape, murder in Houston
"The man dubbed the ice pick killer is dead texas executing danny bible last night for the nineteen seventynine rape and murder of a woman stabbed eleven times with an ice pick he'd confessed to the murder and other sexual assaults after being arrested for rape bible had previously served time for nineteen eightythree murders that included the killing of his sisterinlaw her infant son and roommate after serving just eight years though bible was released it then raped a woman in louisiana and after being caught for that crime in nineteen ninety nine confessed to the ice pick murder as well firefighters in northern california making some progress on the ponti fire that fire is burning about seven thirty miles north west of sacramento now thirty percent contained but not before burning nearly fourteen thousand acres meantime in colorado the four sixteen fire continues to burn it's now gobbled up thirty six thousand acres and starting earlier this month and joe jackson the father of pop michael and janet jackson has died he was recently hospitalized for cancer he was the manager of the jackson five which of course starred michael and his brothers jackie tito jermaine randy and marlin the group a big hit in the late sixties and early seventies michael jackson claiming he was though physically and emotionally abused by his father joe jackson was.
Equifax to boost security under new agreement with 8 states
"Massive data breach last year equifax is being told to boost security ap correspondent mike rossier has this story on the heels of a data breach that impacted nearly one hundred forty eight million americans equifax inc has reached agreement with eight states to put stronger security measures in place the data breach in two thousand seventeen was the single largest exposure of personal information ever state regulators say the consent order addresses deficiencies that persisted even after equifax took steps to correct the problems that led to the breach the states involved in the agreement are california texas new york north carolina massachusetts georgia alabama and maine i mike rossier joe jackson the father of the musical jackson family has died in las vegas at the age of eighty nine the father of nine children in all including michael and janet jackson michael jackson credited his father with.
Paris Jackson, Prince Jackson, and other Jackson family members react to the death of patriarch Joe (updated)
"And fees violate quote the free speech rights of non by compelling them to subsidize private speech on matters of substantial public concern critics are the five to four decision say will encourage union members to stop paying dues for services the court says can they can have for free well it's on washington and moscow agreed to hold a summit between the two leaders cbs's kylie atwood washington moscow are set to announce the details of this summit tomorrow but a putin aide said it would include a working breakfast and a press conference i also want to point out that national security adviser john bolton is an unlikely enabler of this meeting just last year he wrote that us and russia negotiating would be at the peril of the us president trump says he'll likely be meeting with putin during an upcoming trip to europe in july joe jackson is dead patriarch of the singing jackson family including michael janet and of course the jackson five he was known as a hard nose leader of the family and later was accused of abuse on larry king live he spoke up about the allegations as a boo is straightened me out that that's not true you never physically harmed him never have raised just like you would raise your kids you know but michael for what i have no re that's my son i loved him still loving he was eighty nine years old crews in thailand continue to search for a soccer team lost in a cave officials believe the players in their coach became trapped inside when the cave flooded the kids range in age from eleven to sixteen on wall street the dow dropping one hundred sixty five points to twenty four thousand one seventeen the nasdaq composite was down one sixteen this is cbs news wbz news time twelve oh three the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes ceiling with wet roadways that a tough ride coming back.
Brazil, Costa Rica and Mexico discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"The supreme court deals a setback today to public employee unions in a five four decision the court rules those unions cannot compel workers who don't join the union to pay them fees here's cbs's steve dorsey courts liberal justices worry about the consequences of the ruling justice elena kagan wrote quote public employee unions will lose a secure source of financial support but this ruling only applies to public sector unions like those of government employees local organized labor groups are calling an afternoon news conference to respond to this ruling we'll bring you that when it happens here on wbz wb abc news time twelve ten new order overnight from a federal judge in california it demands the government reunite all migrant children under the age of five with their parents within fourteen days it's also applies to children's separated from their parents as those families either come to the border seeking asylum or illegally cross the ruling also gives the government thirty days to reunite all migrant children over the age of five cbs's david bag no has more on this from the mexican border preliminary injunction issued in the southern district of california by us district judge dana sabra which says the government is blocked from carrying out any future family separations the order also says parents cannot be deported before being reunited with their children under the present system judge sabra rights migrant children are not being accounted for with the same efficiency and accuracy as property certainly that cannot satisfy the requirements of due process meantime a member of the kennedy family plans to take part in a hunger strike taking a stand against the trump administration's immigration policies ninetyyearold ethel kennedy says she's joining the fast which is running in total for twenty four days each person that takes part is asked to fast for twenty four hours and then make a donation to charity it's not clear which day that kennedy plans to fast wbz news time twelve twelve the story just coming into our newsroom joe jackson the patriarch of the jackson family has died spokesman for the family tells tmz he died last night in la at eighty nine years old jackson was the father of michael and janet jackson along with the other jackson brothers forming the jackson five again joe jackson dead at the age of eighty nine he had been battling terminal cancer over to sports now shocker today world cup play defending champions germany have been eliminated from play following a stunning defeat at the hands of south korea south koreans best in germany to nail sweden also beating mexico threes up later today switzerland faces costa rica serbia taking on brazil over to sports now with ben parker in the as hticket dot com sports studio during last night's game jackie bradley jr was hitting a buck eighty nine on the season now he's at a one ninety nine.
Oil rallies to $74.84 per barrel as OPEC agrees to increase output
"On jan johnson is like the us china and india had called on the oil cartel to release more crude to help reduce prices and avoid a supply shortage iran went into the meeting arguing it wasn't a question of supply and demand and blaming trump administration trade decisions but ultimately saudi arabia persuaded its archrival to go along with a production hike although there was no clear indication of exactly how much more the opec producers will put into the pipeline i'm jan johnson police you get a warrant to look at records that reveal where cellphone users have been that's according to a supreme court decision on friday that marks a big change in how police can obtain location data collected by cell phone towers michael jackson's father is reportedly on his deathbed tmz says the terminal cancer joe jackson has been suffering from is in its final stages website adds his wife katherine is at his bedside and an.