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"john sexton" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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"john sexton" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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Innovation and the Clich

LensWork

09:35 min | 3 months ago

Innovation and the Clich

"Years the editor of Lens Work Publishing Brooks Jensen as an introduction to this topic. Let me begin with a little bit of inside baseball as they say. Did describe how it is that these podcasts come about. Oftentimes they're sparks from something. I read or something someone says to me or an idea. Get an e mail. Sometimes it's ideas that just bubble up out of nowhere. As I've often mentioned this happens a lot in the shower for some reason so I actually have a divers where I can jot down ideas before I forget them while. I'm still in the shower. And that's what happened this morning at phrase occurred to me out of the clear. Blue Sky jotted down. I had no idea where it was going. But I've been thinking about it all day in it's led to a very interesting train of thought. I WANNA share with you. The phrase is as a pursuit in life. The creation of art seems to be a dance between innovation an execution dance between innovation and execution. And here's what occurred to me while I was thinking about this. I've been listening to two different kinds of music of late. I've for reasons I can't explain really gotten into the piano concertos of Rachmaninoff. And I've mentioned that these are available on Youtube Etcetera. Play by this brilliant Chinese Pena's named Eugene and by sheer coincidence. I've also discovered a composer. Young woman who is very talented at composing classical music. And she's been exploring lots of other genres of music are names Nari Soul and she has been discussing of late in some of her Youtube Videos John Cage and his work. With what's called a prepared piano. He would take an open up a piano and attach things to the strings. like paper clips and whatnot and and the piano would make very funny noises and oftentimes. He would not really play music. He would just play notes and things and very innovative very creative. Very modern very sort of avant garde out there and she's been exploring some of his ideas so I I had these two things that are clashing in my brain the extreme precision and accomplishment of the execution of Rachmaninoff by Eugene Dong and John Cage and is prepared piano as explored by Nari Soul. I think these two extremes are what got me thinking about the dance between innovation and execution. LemMe ask the question. This way in terms of piano music which is a higher form of accomplishment. The extreme innovation of John Cage thinking way outside the box not only thinking outside of meter and normal harmonies and progressions but thinking about outside normal instruments. And how they can be modified in played with talk about innovation way out there so we applaud that to some degree and then at the other end of the scale is you. Juwan and her unbelievably precise playing Rachmaninoff. And the the execution that she brings to his scores are not only extremely high in terms of technical proficiency but also in terms of emotional content. So that's a very high measure of success. But can't we agree that these two are at essentially completely opposite ends of the creative spectrum? Both forms of music can bring out emotions. Strong positive and negative is zoom and both of them can be seen to fall in some sort of competition or scale of things. And which do we appreciate more? Well obviously the reason I bring all this up is because I'm thinking about this relative to photography to what's more important in photography extreme innovation here. I'm thinking of the inventive work from the imagination of photographers like Jerry. You'll Zeman or John Paul Capela Negro or Huntington Witherell or dominic rouse or the incredibly precise execution on very traditional lines. And here on thinking of Bruce Marne bomb and John Sexton and and even people like Steve McCurry. Which do we value more? The key idea here seems to me to revolve around our expectations. If we go into a piece of artwork with the assumption that what we're looking for is incredibly talented sensitive execution and we see something like the prepared piano of John Cage or the innovative of Jerry yells men or someone we might say. Well that's not what I call a picture because it doesn't look like what we expect a fine art photograph to look like on the other hand if we go in assuming that what we value. Is something really innovative? Something we've never seen before then we can look at work like. Oh maybe even Louis Balsam Robert Atoms and Lee friedlander Gary Winner. Grand and say well. That's that's not what I call a picture. But wow is that fantastic. Because it doesn't look at all like we expect a fine art photograph to look. I think it's easy for us to appreciate the fact that there are two camps. It's perhaps even easier to fall into one of those two camps without even realizing it if we're a traditionalist we're gonNA look at the innovative and the Avant Garde is being weird and certainly when people look at oh do sharp or Mcgraw eat they might look at those paintings and say that's weird. That's you know. Because it doesn't look like Rembrandt Raphael. On the other hand if greet and duchamp painted like Rembrandt and Rafael. We might look at it and say well. That's boring because it's not innovative so therefore it doesn't seem to add much to the history of painting and so we're not interested in it. Well we can do exactly the same thing in photography. How do you evaluate work when you look at it? Do you evaluate it based on its execution and how well it conforms to the cliche or do you evaluate it based on its innovation and how different and unique it is. There is a position in the Middle. Which gives me pause for concern. Because if what we're trying to do is have the best of both worlds have innovation and traditional execution for example. Then the only thing that's left is what you point your camera at that is to say trying to find something that hasn't been photographed as artwork before and turn that into your bailiwick or your creative vision. In hopes that people would look at it and say beautifully done traditionally printed man fantastic execution of something. That's never been photographed before and isn't that Nice. Do you realize that that's exactly what happened? In the early history of painting this has been discussed by lots. And lots of people. Certainly not a unique idea. And certainly not my own but basically the idea's this for generations for literally. Hundreds of years painting was of the human figure primarily religious pictures descent from the cross kinds of things but usually what happened in those paintings as they had to be set in some kind of scene and so there would be introduced in the background. Some little bit of a tree or a little stream or a building or something and with enough passage of time and hundreds of years. Painters started saying to the figure move over. We're we're more interested in what's going on in the background than we are in the human figure or the story and landscape painting was born but when landscape painting was born that way there were probably lots and lots of people around who said well. That's not what I call a painting because whereas the people this is just a bunch trees that's not very interesting so it was innovative but it wasn't traditional and it certainly didn't measure up to the kinds of execution that were expected in a portrait of a person or the painting of a of a story seen or some such thing

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"john sexton" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"john sexton" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I'm hearing great things about Toy Story, four, I am too, which is surprising. Not because it's not like the other ones were clunkers. Is that man? How many times can you reinvent this thing and keep it good? Apparently, the sport is really awesome, what I understand. So we'll get to that coming up in a few. Can we get to the democratic presidential candidate saying deporting illegal immigrants is like sitting people to the gas chamber? So Alexandra Cossio Cortez, made a lot of news this week by comparing while detaining illegal immigrants to concentration camps. And apparently, some Democrats are all in on this Marianne Williamson who she. Joining for president. She decided she was going to try to make a name for herself. And go even further. Then everyone's favourite socialist from New York. Okay. Brace yourself. The mass arrest rounding people up to deport them. Now, there are some people would say to be honest wings, I visit, I think this, this Jewish analogy, you've really gone too far there. This is not the same type of situation at all. But ladies and gentlemen, some of those people will be deported to places so dangerous. That it is. No different. No different than aghast chamber. Yeah. Disqualify. Now there's a pretty big difference between Honduras and a gas chamber. Of course, at her whole credibility, or what she says is her makes her credible to speak on this point. Is that she Jewish? That's again, I just I, I don't know what's so hard about this. If you're comparing anything right now that's going on right now. That's not genocide to Nazi Germany. Don't. That's been your rule. Rule. And she just blew past that rule. She blew past the stop sign, and I don't know got thrown out at home. I guess he doesn't stand a chance. But you know, this is her just trying to get attention in wearing a weird and dangerous place. When? I guess trying to take down the significance of the holocaust is something that's supposed to gain you more support in the Democratic Party. I don't know. Man, it is a lot of people that really it feels like people have lost their minds. I know you say that for a while, and maybe that just falls deaf after a while Ron deaf ears. There was a really decent piece at hot air dot com. From John Sexton, who was talking about what he's called it, the great awoke inning of white liberals, who have made news, you know, especially in the past few years, a lot of times on college campuses. And he mentioned that a couple of weeks ago, Zach Goldberg who is a student pursuing his PHD in political science published a peace, offering a social science perspective on the phenomenon and then the conclusion, very interesting. All right. Especially okay. This is a bit of a thing key sort of peace. Okay. He says, over the past decade, the baseline attitudes expressed by white liberals on racial, and social Justice questions have become radically more liberal, and this is the telling example, white liberals recently became the only demographic group in America to display a pro out group bias, meaning that among all the different groups surveyed white liberals were the only one that expressed a preference for other racial and ethnic communities above their own. As woke ideology has accelerated a growing faction of white liberals have pulled away from the average. Opinions held by the rest of the coalition of democratic voters completely out of touch with the voters, including minority groups in the party, the revolution and moral sentiment among this one segment of American voters has led to a cascade of consequences ranging from changes in the norms and attitudes expressed in media, popular culture than to the adoption of new political rhetoric an electoral strategies of the Democratic Party and, and looking at it as signs of progress, but you're losing touch with people, and it's, it's alienating. Yeah. To moderates and conservatives, but also to other liberals. Yeah. And I, I don't know if it's so much. That I want to try to be careful, I guess with the way that I phrased this here, but I, I don't think it so much that it's terrible. It's not it's not a bad idea. Of course, to support people who are different than you. Absolutely to say, everyone should be treated the same. That's great. That's a wonderful thing that we should be doing that doesn't mean you have to hate yourself. The conversation going on with Iran saying that you don't want a bunch of people to be killed in Iran is not the same as going and supporting Iran. Iran is something that you do have some young liberals doing saying. Well, it's really the US is fault. Right, that all of this has escalated. No, it's so misplaced. But at at some point, you got to get the truth, you can't just go all off of false narratives that. You've made up right? How's that in place of talking movies? We'll we'll get a hold of Ryan foods DAT. He's on the line. We'll talk to him in a few minutes. All right. Yeah. Well, it's choice, story four and then it's Sheils play remade with your boy,.

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"john sexton" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

08:52 min | 1 year ago

"john sexton" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Results of two thousand seventeen survey of over five hundred ZipRecruiter users who got hired for job. They found on ZipRecruiter. Thank Robert Joe, Jamie. Markley Stig van camp Scott Robbins for couple days. He'll be back on Tuesday. This is usually when we talk with Ryan food, you Tani rotten tomatoes dot com. If we can, we may push that next segment, David. Yeah, that's fine. Do I have time man. I'm hearing great things about twice away four, I am, too, which is surprising. Not because it's not like the other ones were clunkers is that man? How many times can you reinvent this thing and keep it good? Apparently the sport is really awesome. I understand. So we'll get to that coming up in a few. Can we get to the democratic presidential candidate saying deporting illegal immigrants like sitting people to the gas chamber? Yeah. So Alexandro Cossio Cortez made a lot of news this week by comparing while detaining illegal immigrants to concentration camps. And apparently, some Democrats are all in on this Marianne Williamson who she's running for president. She decided she was going to try to make a name for herself. And go even further. Then everyone's favorite socialist from New York. Okay brace yourself. The policeman kick in the door mass arrests rounding people up to deport them. Now, there are some people would say wings, I visit, I think this, this Jewish analogy, you've really gone too far there. This is not the same type of situation at all. But let us gentlemen, some of those people will be deported to places so dangerous. That it actually is. No different than against chamber. Your disqualify. There's a pretty big difference between Honduras and a gas chamber. Of course, at her whole credibility, or what she says her makes her credible. To speak on this point, is that she Jewish. That's again, I just I, I don't know what's so hard about this. If you're comparing anything right now that's going on right now. That's not genocide to Nazi Germany. Don't. That's been your rule that rule. And she just blew past that rule. She blew past the stop sign, and I know got thrown out at home. I guess he doesn't stand a chance. But, you know, this is her just trying to get attention and we're in a weird and dangerous place. When? I guess trying to take down the significance of the holocaust is something that's supposed to gain you more support in the Democratic Party. I don't know. Man, it is a lot of people that really it feels like people have lost their minds. You say that for a while, and maybe that just falls death after a while deaf ears. There was a really decent piece at hot air dot com. From John Sexton, who was talking about what he's called it, the great awoke inning of white liberals, who have made news, you know, especially in the past few years times on college campuses. And he mentioned that a couple of weeks ago, Zach Goldberg who is a student pursuing his PHD in political science published a peace, offering a social science perspective on the phenomenon and then the conclusion, very interesting. Right. Especially okay. This is a bit of a thing key sort of peace. Okay. He says, over the past decade, the baseline attitudes expressed by white liberals on racial, and social Justice questions have become radically more liberal, and this is the telling example, white liberals recently became the only demographic group in America to display a pro out group bias, meaning that among all the different groups surveyed white liberals were the only one that expressed a preference for other racial and ethnic communities of their own. As woke ideology has accelerated a growing faction of white liberals have pulled away from the average opinions held by the rest of the coalition of democratic voters completely out of touch with the voters, including minority groups in the party, the revolution in moral sentiment among this one segment of American voters has led to a cascades of consequences ranging from changes in the norms and attitudes expressed in media popular culture than to the adoption of new political rhetoric and electoral strategies of the Democratic Party and, and looking at it as signs of progress, but you're losing touch with people, and it's, it's alienating. Yeah. To moderates and conservatives, but also to other liberals. Yeah. And I don't know if it's so much that I want to try to be careful, I guess with the way that I phrased this here, but. I don't think it so much that. It's terrible. It's not it's not a bad idea. Of course, to support people who are different than you. Absolutely to say everyone should be treated the same that rate. That's a wonderful thing that we should be doing that doesn't mean you have to hate yourself. The conversation going on with the run saying that you don't want a bunch of people to be killed in Iran is not the same as going and supporting Iran. Iran is something that you do have some young liberals doing saying. Well, it's really the US is fault. Right, that all of this has escalated. No, it's so misplaced. But at some point, you got to get the truth, you can't just go all off of false narratives that. You've made up right? How's that place talking movies? We'll get a hold of riot food. He's on the line. We'll talk to him in a few minutes, well, its story four and then it Sheils play remade with your boy. We'll get to that coming up. Curtis with your news talk WTO news. Break President Trump says the US was cocked and loaded for retaliatory air strikes against Iran overnight. But did Trump consult congress on his decision would've been within the realm of normal for the house, speaker and the majority leader and key people to be told when the president has pulled back? We are informed today that did not happen, at least with Nancy Pelosi. The house speaker Trump tweeted today that he cancelled the strikes, at the last minute, because it was not proportionate to shooting down an unmanned drone. He said that he was told that an estimated one hundred fifty people would die at three sites in Iran. If you pulled the trigger Planned Parenthood says, Missouri will not renew a license to the only abortion provider in the state. The Planned Parenthood clinic in Saint Louis made the announcement today, an injunction and keeping the clinic open remains, in place, for now time magazine reporter says President Trump threatened. Then with prison after trying to take a picture of a letter sent to him by Kim Jong UN, President Trump reportedly asked to go off the record while he showed off a letter to reporters, but then became enraged after the photographer appeared to try to capture it saying, excuse me under section two well, you can go to prison instead because if you use the photograph, you took of the letter that I gave you confidentially. I didn't give it to you to take photographs of it. So don't play that game with me. Trump, then went on to rant about the magazine's coverage of him, saying some day within the next twenty years, maybe you'll pick me as man of the year. Okay. Big deal. Mike Bauer NBC News Radio brands of bottled water tested positive for arsenic above. What's acceptable in tap water California based center for environmental health reports that bottled water brands Pinga feel and Starkey. We're both in violation of state arsenic guidelines in California. 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"john sexton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

13:17 min | 1 year ago

"john sexton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Online, and the handle at Twitter at Chad Benson show so much to get to jump into what's going on with our crazy government once again, you know, yesterday, we talked about the Democrats throwing out as Trump calls at the I word having this big meeting about, impeaching him before they had the meeting where they're supposed to work together and infrastructure and Trump storms out and everybody's throwing hissy fits all over the place. The media can't believe it as if you wanna work with people who want to impeach you and they're doing twenty two investigations. And yeah there's more stuff on that we'll get to today. But there's this other part of what's going on with our government and the balance of powers, and it has to do with what did you dish? You'll branch has been doing and attorney general bar. Vice president Pence and the Trump administration are finally calling attention to something. We've talked about for quite a while. And it's this idea that if the president does something that the left doesn't like they shop around to find a liberal, judge to get a liberal judge who will do what they call a national injunction. And that stops what the president did for the entire nation. So doggone right. It should because he's doing stuff that's unconstitutional. Well, one judge isn't supposed to be able to determine that on the supreme court. It takes five judges to determine that five four decision. Right. You need at least five judges to agree with you justices rather to determine that, that is unconstitutional. The president can't do that. But instead, all of a sudden, now we have far left, these finding a far left he judge. That'll say up. I'm stopping it for the entire nation with the national injunction. And the thing is, this is a relatively new way to go more national injunctions have been issued under President Trump during the entire twentieth century because Trump flawless. You got everything you can stop this guy. He's out of control. No. That's not it. It's that it's a new left-wing tactic. To get one judge to make national law, or at least, stop national law, until it winds its way all the way up to supreme court. So since Trump took office federal district courts have thirty seven nationwide. Injunctions against the executive branch nothing about this supposed to be a co equal branch of government judicial executive now the executive has been vested the powers to execute. The laws that you digital branch does not have the power to have one judge stop everything. And yet, that's what's been going on. It's not supposed to work that way. During President Obama's first two years. Remember, Trump's been for two years. So let's compare Obama's first two years district courts issued to kind of to nationwide injunctions. Both of which were vacated by the ninth circuit court. And only twenty seven nationwide injunction junctions were done in all of the twentieth century of that. By the way, the only Trump case so far. Litigated on the merits in the supreme court. The president one it was the so-called travel ban challenge, where the lefties tried to say that he was banning all Muslims, which just factually wasn't true. And the law was on President Trump's side on what the president is allowed to do in terms of who can come into this country based on national security threats. He won. So the general bars coming out and saying, hey, this isn't house supposed to work. He said, I'm not interested in arguing about specific policies said he wanted to argue that the use of these nationwide. Injunctions violated the separation of powers that the court said, traditionally, observed here's what he's talking about. If you look at article three and our constitution, it vest, the federal courts with quote, did you digital power to decide cases or controversies, John Sexton reporting on this Johnson's writing this and says as the supreme court is instructed with this really means is that concrete disputes among individual parties. That's what the court is allowed to decide. There was the case on this chief Justice Marshall. Said this in Marbury versus Madison, quote the province of the court is solely to decide on the rights of individuals not to enquire how the executive or executive officers perform duties in which they have a discretion. In other words, they're not supposed to make these big policy. They're not supposed to say, well, a judge at a lower level. I just don't like this law at all that I'm going to stop it nationwide. No. But they're supposed to say. I'm looking at this Pacific case this person against this person or against this entity, and I'm going to decide it based on the facts and the law, and the constitution for this particular case. That's what they're supposed to do. So limiting judicial power to resolving concrete disputes between parties, not general oversight over the political branches. That's what the courts are supposed to do. You know why because the legislative branch writes the laws and the executive branch enforces the laws that's not that you dish, you'll branches responsibility. So, by the way, that's what the federal courts used to believe the first one hundred seventy five years of the United States being a Republic. There were zero national injunctions done by federal court zero the first documented nationwide injunction nineteen sixty three from the DC circuit. That's the first one. Wow. By the way. By the way, that doesn't mean that the judge is never ruled against the government. No, no. Go back to nineteen thirty seven. Attorney general Homer, Cummings reported that the lower courts had issued thousands of injunctions against new deal programs. But, but those rulings only bound the government with respect to those parties. In other words, the people who sued and won vats other law was was looked at for them, but that didn't change the law. The government continued to invoice enforce their new deal programs against others. Exact same regulations rules and laws in fact, courts issued more than sixteen hundred injunctions against one particular agricultural tax during that time, but the government still collected it for more than seventy one thousand people who had not gone to court against them. Wow. But now flat Ford's today, John Sexton reporting courts pass judgement on laws or executive actions bound only by judicial doctrines of deference, so they assume that they are now a one man council of revision of the law. That's exactly opposite of what our founding fathers thought it was supposed to be, and it diminishes the power of the executive, which you're not supposed to do. So attorney general bar saying beyond that these nationwide injunctions. Basically make a district court. Judge more powerful than the chief Justice of the supreme court because the chief Justice on his own cannot issuing national injunction, he needs to convince for the justices on the court to agree with them. And that amazing. So the supreme court Justice has less power than a federal judge who decides the issue in national injunction. By the way, by the way, this is unprecedented. This, this means one judge can tell the entire nation. That they cannot follow through on a law. But when a court grants nationwide injection and junction renders all other litigation on the issue largely irrelevant. So when congress passes a statute with the president implements of policy that challenged in multiple courts, the government will have to win, and every single court in order to keep the law going the other side, only has to find one judge who agrees with them to issue, a national injunction, the whole thing's over until it gets Precourt if it ever does. So one, judge basically, can cancel the policy or the law of the stroke of That's not how it's supposed to work. No official in the United States can exercise that kind of nationwide power, except the president of the veto. That's it. That amazing. So is this going to look into this or speculation that they will? Josh Blackman is a professor South Texas College law Houston. He says the justices don't like the district court's changing national policy overnight. After that's not the way it's supposed to work. I mean, it really think about this, so one and you find this judge in Hawaii. Oh, I don't like President Trump. I don't like what he said in his campaign. So I'm going to put a national injunction on this policies. Put forward. You shouldn't have the power to do that. And by the way. If a democrat wins next time and the conservative start doing this, and getting judges to issue national injunctions. You think the media is going to say that's fine. You think the Democrats are going to say it's fine. You think the celebrities are gonna say it's fun? Are they all going to claim? Oh, these these people are trying trying to rule by your feet. They're trying to turn this into an oligarchy there. But when it's there guys doing it to Trump, anything goes, man, anything goes, it's like the milk shaking that's going on over in Great Britain, Nigel frosh, one of the one of the guys over there that is for getting out of the EU, and he says, you gotta watch what's going on with the legal immigration. They're calling him all kinds of names. And they calling him a far right winger, and therefore, it's okay to throw a milkshake on them. I mean, because, you know, we're just trying to humiliate him because he's a horrible person and it's really bothering him. So obviously, it's a good thing to do. So we should just keep shaking. I mean anybody complains about that don't you understand? It's just a political protests. Really, if people start throwing milkshakes at Alexandra Qazi of Cortez, every time she shows up somewhere, you think the media is going to think that, that's a funny thing. Start show throwing milkshakes on Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden, you think the media is going to think that's funny and just a political protests. Of course, not it's a salt, especially you don't even know what they're throwing at you. Maybe it's a harmless milkshake. Maybe it's something that could really hurt you. And it's just wrong. That's not a political protest. But hey, you know anything stop Trump because Trump's Nazi and therefore anything goes, because we used to kill Nazis, and that really. That's how you're looking at it. Now. So now we got the Trump administration fighting back. Vice president Pence said, we believe this needs to change. So these nationwide injunctions, have frustrated presidential policy for most of the president's term, and no clear insight. That's generally embar one. Judge cannon affect the policy with the stroke of the pen, vice president Pence. We believe that needs to change. We believe that's really distortion of the separation of powers and the balance of power in our constitution. So we're going to be looking for a case to take the issue of national injunctions, all of the way to the supreme court. We really should stop. Here's some of the things he's talked about recinding grant money to sanctuary cities because the breaking federal law. Ending the DACA, the so-called dreamers program for young illegal aliens. President Obama started that not even with an executive order just with a memo. It's clearly on constitutional, the congress had debated almost the exact law and said, no to it. And did it anyway? Because I have a pen, and I have a phone and yet, when President Trump tried to undo with executive order, what President Obama did not even with an executive order. One judge said, Nope. Can't do that.

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"john sexton" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"john sexton" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"A c about twice the size of st louis six hundred twenty one thousand that's a new record by the way for the most murders per capita in that city's history so npr purely this was the other day published an interview with a baltimore pastor named ji scott from here and he st louis apparently he says that the problem in the city is that the cops had pulled back in the wake of the freddy grey case the lauren prayer who's the interviewing journalists says the reverend scott after the death of um freddie gray yourself families of victims didn't you want police to back off this is his answer he says no that represented our progressives are activists are liberal journalists are politics is a black pastor in baltimore our politicians but it did not represent the overall community because we know for a fact that around the same time freddie gray was killed we start see homicides increase we had five homicides in the neighborhood wow we were protesting what i wanted to see happened was that people would be able to trust the relationship with our police departments so they would feel more comfortable we have conversations with the police about crime in the neighborhood because they would feel safer so we wanted our police there we one of them engaged in the community we didn't want them beating the hell out of us we didn't want that but i think the most interesting thing about that is that he's blaming progresses at liberal journalists for demanding the police back off but he's saying the most people didn't want then i think that's true here in st louis as well there was a piece about this in hot air which is a great blogging ipods as some kind of struggling here with a little luck congestion but john sexton who wrote about this on hotter dot com said the topic of this comes up quite a bit in the aftermath of ferguson michael brown and they brought this up in the interview asked about specific changes that the group has brought since the killing in ferguson scott says that the outcome has been more distance between police in black communities not less yet thank told you that here's this quote the primary thrust nationwide is what president obama wanted to do focus on building relationships with police departments in.

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"john sexton" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"john sexton" Discussed on WDRC

"Revelation about russian anti trump activity on social media postelection fits with the typical crumlin information warfare efforts quote their goal is to create confusion and dissent the target is the united states and nato not any particular candidate they is one chaos it went from being a grudge match against clinton to what they thought was a priceless opportunity to inflict harm isn't that what the democrats that after the election you could say the democrats and putin were working together sohn said what was will you got the same goal undermine trump as much as you can right and how about this one from the hill the hill said last november just a few days after the election when we had more than ten thousand people protesting donald trump in new york city quote more than ten thousand people indicated on facebook that they would attend the noon march from union square to trump tower the guardian reporting on that the future presidents home corporate headquarters and then the hill reported that protest organized on facebook by a russian group calling itself black matters u s many people mistakenly thought it was some kind of black lives matter offshoot the demonstrations in new york city which took place a few days after the election appears to be the largest and most successful known ever to date pulled off by russianlinked groups intent on using social media platforms to influence american politics interesting an oh that's not been talked about very much i wonder what was going on there as sixteen thousand facebook users said that they had planned would tend to trump protest john sexton reporting on november twelve 2016 organized by the facebook page for black matters us a russianlinked roof it sought to capitalize on racial tensions between black and white american event was shared with six one thousand you've the bank county goes both ways hear them hey i want to get to the latest on the new york city cherished what president trump for saying about it will he sent the give o coming up on ames redknapp napping for snack.

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"john sexton" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"john sexton" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The list of crimes that would be exempt from some of the bills key provisions of amendments sought by some a law enforcement groups as well as brown so as they pointed at hot air john sexton round reached an agreement with california senate leader leong deleo whatever which will make health phone yet a sanctuary state it's still prohibits the proposed law enforcement officers from asking people about their immigration status participating in border patrol activities arresting people on civil immigration warrant are acting as deputised immigration enforcement agents it's still would restrict the ability of california law enforcement officers to notify federal immigration agents about the immigration status of some detainees are to transfer some inmates in federal custody but in a concession a law enforcement a longer list a crimes will be exempted from those restrictions such as felony assault convictions within the previous fifteen years while that was a gimme now the bill would also require california schools hospitals libraries in court houses to restrict enforcement of federal immigration laws on the premises all this is being done to block what is seen as increased deportation activity by ice under the trump administration and so we have an entire state now our largest day which is moving towards sanctuary status which is an illegal status that nullifies federal law that nullifies federal law there was a time when the courts were concerned about this they're not concerned about it anymore you can novel five federal law at the purpose had nullifying federal law is to advance a radical left agenda now they claim this is federal is no that's not federalism federalism is a constitutional uh position or idea nullification is nothing do the color the constitution is not legal it's the democrats are back to their old tricks of nullification that's nullification was something that they promoted during the precivil warned civil war periods and of course these secession talk in california is hot and growing which of course is another a throwback to the precivil worn civil war period a democrats are up to their old tricks in this regard they don't believe in.

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"john sexton" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"john sexton" Discussed on WRVA

"And you know what i'm at the reagan library on meet them and of course i lived a short period in california in both my kids live in california my grandma order does my son in law and you can see what's happening every radical kook left wing idea is codified in california statutes or regulations and there's really not a damn thing conservatives slash republicans can do about in a oneparty state but i do salute and tipped by hat at the conservatives who remain in california and do fight and they fight at the local level and they fight at the congressional level and they do everything they can and that's a good thing but california's pushing it become a sanctuary city this from the mercury news the latest version of senate bill 54 would allow federal immigration officers to interview people in custody though they could no longer have permanent office space in jails according to information provided by senate leader kevin to leon's office who wrote the bill the changes would also exclude state prisons for many of the requirements would expand the list of crimes i would be exempt from some of the bills key provisions some amendments sought by some a law enforcement groups as well as brown so as they pointed a hot air john sexton brown reached an agreement with california senate leader leong deleo whatever which will make health on yet a sanctuary state it still prohibits the proposed law enforcement officers from asking people about their immigration status participating in border patrol activities arresting people on civil immigration warrants are acting as deputised immigration enforcement agents it still would restrict the ability of california law enforcement off a search to notify federal immigration agents about the immigration status of some detainees or to transfer some inmates in federal custody but in a concession a law enforcement a longer list a crime will be exempted from those restrictions such as felony assault convictions within the previous fifteen years while that was a gimme now the bill would also require california's schools hospitals libraries in court houses to restrict enforcement of federal immigration laws on their premises all this is being done to block what is seen as increased deportation activity by ice under the trump administration.

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"john sexton" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"john sexton" Discussed on WJR 760

"A law enforcement groups as well as brown so as they pointed at hot air john sexton ground reached an agreement with california senate leader leon de leon whatever which will make health for gna a sanctuary state it's still prohibits the proposed law enforcement officers from asking people about their immigration status participating in border patrol activities arresting people on civil immigration warrants are acting as deputised immigration enforcement agents it still would restrict the ability of california law enforcement off a series to notify federal immigration agents about the immigration status of some detainees are to transfer some inmates in federal custody but in a concession a law enforcement a longer list a crimes will be exempted from those restrictions such as felony assault convictions within the previous fifteen year while that was a gimme now the bill would also require california schools hospitals libraries in court houses to restrict enforcement of federal immigration laws on the premises all this is being done to block what is seen as increased deportation activity by ice under the trump administration and so we have an entire state now our largest day which is moving torch sanctuary status which is an illegal status that nullifies federal law that nullifies federal law there was a time when the courts were concerned about this they're not concerned about it anymore you can novel five federal law if the purpose had nullifying federal law is to advance a radical left agenda now they claim this is federal is no that's not federalism federalism is a constitutional position or idea nullification is nothing do the color constitution is not legal so the democrats are back to their old tricks of nullification that's nullification was something that they promoted during the precivil warns civil war periods and of course the secession talking california is hot and growing which of course is another a throwback to the precivil worn civil war period a democrats are up to their old tricks in this regard they don't believe in.

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"john sexton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"john sexton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The list of crimes that will be exempt from some of the bill's key provisions some amendments sought by some a law enforcement groups as well as brown so as they pointed a hot air john sexton brown reached an agreement with california senate leader leong deleo whatever which will make health on yet a sanctuary state it's still prohibits the proposed law enforcement officers from asking people about their immigration status participating in border patrol activities arresting people on civil immigration warrants are acting as deputised immigration enforcement agent it still would restrict the ability of california law enforcement off a search to notify federal immigration agents about the immigration status of some detainees or to transfer some inmates in federal custody but in a concession a law enforcement a longer list a crimes will be exempted from those restrictions such as felony assault convictions within the previous fifteen years while i was a give me now the bill would also require california's schools hospitals libraries in court houses to restrict enforcement of federal immigration laws on the premises all this is being done to block what is seen as increased deportation activity by ice under the trump administration and so we have an entire state now our largest day which is moving towards sanctuary status which is an illegal status that nullifies federal law that nullifies federal law there was a time when the courts were concerned about this they're not concerned about it anymore you can nullify federal law if the purpose had nullifying federal law is to advance a radical left agenda now they claim this is federal is no that's not federalism federalism is a constitutional position or idea nullification is nothing do the color of the constitution is not legal so the democrats are back to their old tricks of nullification that's allocation was something that they promoted during the precivil warned civil war periods and of course the secession talking california is hot and growing which of course is another a throwback to the precivil worn civil war period a democrats are up to their old tricks in this regard they don't believe in.

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"john sexton" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"john sexton" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The list of crimes that would be exempt from some of the bills key provisions some amendments sought by some a law enforcement groups as well as brown so as they pointed at hot air john sexton brown reached an agreement with california senate leader leong deleo whatever which will make health manja a sanctuary state it's still prohibits the proposed law enforcement officers from asking people about their immigration status participating in border patrol activities arresting people on civil immigration watch are acting as deputised immigration enforcement agents it still would restrict the ability of california law enforcement off a search to notify federal immigration agents about the immigration status of some detainees her to transfer some inmates in federal custody but in a concession a law enforcement a longer list a crimes will be exempted from those restrictions such as felony assault convictions within the previous fifteen years while that was a give me now the bill would also require california schools hospitals libraries in court houses to restrict enforcement of federal immigration laws on the premises all this is being done to block what is seen as increased deportation activity by ice under the trump administration and so we have an entire state now our largest day which is moving towards sanctuary status which is an illegal status that nullifies federal law that nullifies federal law there was a time when the courts were concerned about this they're not concerned about it anymore you can nala five federal law if the purpose had nullifying federal law is to advance a radical left agenda now they claim this is federal is no that's not federalism federalism is a constitutional uh put the position or idea nullification has nothing do the color the has not legal so the democrats are back to their old tricks of nullification this nullification was something that they promoted during the precivil worn civil war periods and of course these secession talk in california is hot and growing which of course is another a throwback to the precivil warned civil war period a democrats are up to their old tricks in this regard they don't believe in.

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"john sexton" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"john sexton" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"The list of crimes i would be exempt from some of the bill's key provisions some amendments sought by some a law enforcement groups as well as brown so as they pointed a hot air john sexton brown reached an agreement with california senate leader leong deleo whatever which will make health foreign yet a sanctuary state it's still prohibits the proposed law enforcement officers from asking people about their immigration status participating in border patrol activities arresting people on civil immigration warrants are acting has deputised immigration enforcement agent it still would restrict the ability of california law enforcement officers to notify federal immigration agents about the immigration status of some detainees are to transfer some inmates in federal custody but in a concession a law enforcement a longer list to crimes will be exempted from those restrictions such as felony assault convictions within the previous fifteen years while that was a gimme now the bill would also require california schools hospitals libraries in court houses to restrict enforcement of federal immigration laws on the premises all this is being done to block what is seen as increased deportation activity by ice under the trump administration and so we have an entire state now our large today which is moving towards sanctuary status which is an illegal status that nullifies federal law that nullifies federal law there was a time when the courts were concerned about this they're not concerned about it anymore you can nullify federal law at the purpose had nullifying federal law is to advance say radical left agenda now they claim this is federal is no that's not federalism federalism as a constitutional put put a position or idea nullification is nothing do the color the constitution has not legal and so the democrats are back to their old tricks of nullification that's nullification was something that they promoted during the precivil warned civil war periods and of course the secession talk in california is hot and growing which of course is another a throwback to the precivil worn civil war period a democrats are up to their old tricks in this regard they don't believe.

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"john sexton" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"john sexton" Discussed on KELO

"The list of crimes that would be exempt from some of the bills key provisions some amendments sought by some a law enforcement groups as well as brown so as they pointed a hot air john sexton brown reached an agreement with california senate leader leong deleo whatever which will make health on yet a sanctuary state it still prohibits the proposed law enforcement officers from asking people about their immigration status participating in border patrol activities arresting people on civil immigration warrants are acting as deputised immigration enforcement agent it still would restrict the ability california law enforcement off a series to notify federal immigration agents about the immigration status of some detainees or to transfer some inmates in the federal custody but in a concession a law enforcement a longer list a crimes will be exempted from those restrictions such as felony assault convictions within the previous fifteen years while that was a gimme now the bill would also require california schools hospitals libraries in court houses to restrict enforcement of federal immigration laws on the premises all this is being done to block what is seen as increased deportation activity by ice under the trump administration and so we have an entire state now our largest day which is moving towards sanctuary status which is an illegal status that nullifies federal law that nullifies federal law there was a time when the courts were concerned about this they're not concerned about it anymore you can novel five federal law if the purpose had nullifying federal law is to advance a radical left agenda now they claim this is federal is no that's not federalism federalism as a constitutional put a position or idea nullification has nothing to do the constitution is not legal so the democrats are back to their old tricks of nullification that's nullification was something that they promoted during the precivil warned civil war periods and of course these secession talk in california is hot and growing which of course is another a throwback to the precivil worn civil war period a democrats are up to their old tricks in this regard they don't believe in.

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"john sexton" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"john sexton" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Bill the changes would also exclude state prisons for many of the requirements would expand the list of crimes that would be exempt from some of the bills key provisions some amendments sought by some a law enforcement groups as well as brown so as they pointed at hot air john sexton brown reached an agreement with california senate leader leong deleo whatever which will make health manja a sanctuary state it still prohibits the proposed law enforcement officers from asking people about their immigration status participating in border patrol activities arresting people on civil immigration warrants are acting as deputised immigration enforcement agents it still would restrict the ability of california law enforcement officers to notify federal immigration agents about the immigration status as some detainees are to transfer some inmates in federal custody but in a concession a law enforcement a longer list a crime so be exempted from those restrictions such as felony assault convictions within the previous fifteen years while i was a gimme now the bill would also require california schools hospitals libraries in court houses to restrict enforcement of federal immigration laws on the premises all this is being done to block what is seen as increased deportation activity by ice under the trump administration and so we have an entire state now our largest day which is moving towards sanctuary status which is an illegal status that nullifies federal law that nullifies federal law there was a time when the courts were concerned about this they're not concerned about it anymore you can nala five federal law if the purpose had nullifying federal law is to advance a radical left agenda now they claim this is federal is no that's not federalism federalism is a constitutional a position or idea nullification is nothing do the color the constitution is not legal it's so the democrats are back to their old tricks of nullification this nullification was something that they promoted during the precivil worn civil war periods and of course these secession talk in california is hot and growing which of course is another a throwback to the precivil war civil war period the.

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"john sexton" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"john sexton" Discussed on KOIL

"Changes would also glued state prisons for many of the requirements and would expand the list of crimes that would be exempt from some of the bills key provisions some amendments sought by some a law enforcement groups as well as brown so as they pointed at hot air john sexton around reached an agreement with california senator leader leong dealy young whatever which will make health on yet a sanctuary state it's still prohibits the proposed law enforcement officers from asking people about their immigration status participating in border patrol activities arresting people on civil immigration warrants are acting as deputised immigration enforcement agent it still would restrict the ability of california law enforcement off a search to notify federal immigration agents about the immigration status of some detainees or to transfer some inmates in federal custody but in a concession a law enforcement a longer list of crimes will be exempted from those restrictions such as felony assault convictions within the previous fifteen years while that was a gimme now the bill would also require california schools hospitals libraries in court houses to restrict enforce federal immigration laws on the premises all this is being done to block what is seen as increased deportation activity by ice under the trump administration and so we have an entire state now our largest day which is moving towards sanctuary status which is an illegal status that nullifies federal law that nullifies federal law there was a time when the courts were concerned about this they're not concerned about it anymore you can novel five federal law if the purpose had nullifying federal law is to advance say radical left agenda now they claim this is federal is no that's not federalism federalism as a constitutional position or idea nullification is nothing do the co the constitution is not legal so the democrats are back to their old tricks of nullification this nullification was something that they promoted during the precivil warned civil war periods and of course the secession talking california is hot and growing which of course is another a throwback to the precivil worn civil war period the.

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"john sexton" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"john sexton" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"And she was blocked by unruly protesters the police had to escort her out of the auditorium the two hundred or so protestors spread their time chanting various slogans including black lives matter shut it down and one chant that is a real duty from oakland to greece f the police and they didn't say f i liked the comment that john sexton made at hot air dot com he said incidentally for anyone wondering why the pepsi commercial featuring candle jenner went over like a lead balloon is partly because the ad ended with jenner giving a pepsi to a police officer you wonder while the kadriorg firstly while you can't do something nice for a police officer at a protest that's all that's a horrific thing cops raevel don't you know john sexton says you can imagine how well that minimal sign of mutual respect here officer here's a pepsi how well that would go over with people who in real life are chanting f the police so i ask for a caller anywhere in the world who could defended elden called says he might children's books graduated from harvard incidentally according to this twitter pager fix accurate and was a chaplain there now i've got his name i don't want to bearish the guy and i i really don't maybe itself while we can have him back on because i think he's legitimate and it's like wall there are people who think this way and you better believe it the you'd you'd better believe sometimes feel like we are down the rabbit whole doesn't it guys right children's books regine what what the content would be in a children's book.

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"john sexton" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"john sexton" Discussed on WLOB

"There are many who engage in violence there are many who engage in fascistic tacit tactics to stop the heather mcdonald's of the world we're speaking on fascinated by this i mean this really is i wanna on glad we're having this conversation we're talking a little bit about heather mcdonald who we've had on the show we hope to have our on tomorrow mary scholarly woman she wrote a book called the war on cops she tried to give a speech and she was blocked by unruly protesters the police had to escort her out of the auditorium the two hundred or so protestors spent their time chanting various slogans including black lives matter shut it down and one chant that is a real duty from oakland to greece f the police and they didn't say f um i i liked the comment that sean sexton made a hot air dot com he said incidentally for anyone wondering why the pepsi commercial featuring candle gender went over like a lead balloon each partly because the ad ended with jenner giving a pepsi to a police officer you wonder why the controversy while you can't do something nice for a police officer at a protest that's all that's a horrifying thing cops raevel don't you know john sexton says you can imagine how well that minimal sign of mutual respect here officer here's a pepsi how well that would go over with people who in real life are chanting f the police so i ask for a caller anywhere in the world who could defended elden called says he writes children's books graduated from harvard in valley according to the twitter page of its accurate and was a chaplain there madam got his name i don't wanna berasategui and i i really don't maybe at some point we can have happen back on because i think he's legitimate and it's like whoa there are people who think this way and you better believe it the eu you better believe sometimes i feel like we are down the rabbit holes doesn't it guys right children's books you what what the content would be in a children's book.

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