37 Burst results for "June"

Fresh update on "june" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "june" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Bluegrass with the band new grass revival. Newgrass revival was the progressive force on the bluegrass scene. They were the hippie jazz weirdos. They're extremely virtuosic. Very blues oriented, but jammy. He next mix banjo with jazz to form the fleck tones. A hybrid musical form that blended a lot of different things that had the banjo with the center of it, but trying desperately not to be bluegrass. Trying to live in a jazz world. There's a lot of people against the idea. And a lot of people in the jazz world didn't quite remember that the banjo was an African instrument. That's where it came from. Here are our full channel, my podcast beyond the fame, Jason furley WTP news. 9 25, money news at 25 and 55 with Jeff playbox. While the July kicked off Friday with a rally, the Dow up 322 points, the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ both gained 1% yesterday, the NASDAQ still lost four and a quarter percent this week. Wall Street gets a three day weekend like many of us. Next week's economic news includes how much further in debt Americans went minutes from the Federal Reserve's last rate meeting in June and Friday. The Labor Department's June jobs report, the unemployment rate likely unchanged at 3.6%. Jeff Klebold news. We've got the forecast for the 4th of July weekend coming up next. And after traffic and weather, will the issue of abortion rights have an impact on which party holds power in the U.S. Senate. On Capitol Hill, I'm Mitchell Miller. It's 9 26. Gas prices got you down? MGM national harbor is giving away a new 2022 Lexus nx four 50 hybrid. Earn entries daily by playing your favorite slot machines and table games to participate in our $100,000

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Fried wins 8th in row, Riley homers, Braves rout Reds 9-1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 13 hrs ago

Fried wins 8th in row, Riley homers, Braves rout Reds 9-1

"Max fried state hot so did the braves in a 9 one pounding of the reds Frida's 8 no and 14 starts since losing his first two outings of the season He allowed one run and 5 hits and 7 innings with four strikeouts and no walks Austin Riley put Atlanta ahead to stay in the first inning with his team high 19 film run Ronald Acuna junior went two for three and was hit by a pair of pitches in his return to the lineup Dance V Swanson added a three run Homer in the 7th for the defending World Series champs who are 22 and 6 since the start of June I'm Dave

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Fresh update on "june" discussed on Bloomberg Law

Bloomberg Law

01:33 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "june" discussed on Bloomberg Law

"Alert system, check back here for updates in coming weeks. The city's health commissioner says it's part of an ongoing reevaluation of the risk alert system that takes into account where New York City is in terms of perception and the reality of risk from COVID-19. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Stocks fell for a fourth week in 5 as investors worry over a weakening economy. Former treasury secretary Larry summers says there are downturn dynamics that are pointing to recession. It used to be just target. Now they're reports coming out of other retailers, reports coming out of semiconductors suggesting fairly drastic reductions in demand and fairly substantial buildups in excess inventories, which will then lead to things on sale and will lead to reduced production demand. Summers was interviewed on Bloomberg Wall Street week with David Weston. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg law. A divided Supreme Court rejects a religious challenge. Tell us a little about the facts of the case. Interviews with prominent attorneys in Bloomberg legal experts. My guest is former federal prosecutor Jimmy Carole joining me as Bloomberg law reporter Jordan Rubin. And analysis of important legal issues, cases in headlines. The Supreme Court takes on state secrets, multiple lawsuits were filed against the emergency rule. Is this lawsuit for real? Bloomberg law with June Grasso. From Bloomberg radio. Welcome to the Bloomberg law show, I'm June grosso, ahead in this hour. The Supreme Court ends its blockbuster term with landmark decisions, using new doctrines to upend the lawn church and state and President Biden's climate agenda, but freeing the administration to end the Trump remain in Mexico policy. A

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Hall, Hoskins homer, lead Phillies past Arenado, Cardinals

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 13 hrs ago

Hall, Hoskins homer, lead Phillies past Arenado, Cardinals

"Down three nothing the police scored 5 unanswered runs for a 5 three win over the Cardinals philosophy tied to game was escort three runs in the bottom of the 5th one of those runs courtesy of the Mickey moniac double They took the lead for good and the bottom of the 6th on a solo home run by Derek hall his third since his call up on June 29th That's why you're here to be able to pass the baton and give the team some momentum And especially when a game is like that's everything No one are building all three St. Louis runs as he hit with a cycle for the second time in his career Michael luongo

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America's National Pride Problem

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | 17 hrs ago

America's National Pride Problem

"We're going to talk about being proud of being an American. You would just spend an entire month focused on pride. LGBTQIA+ pride. We were told that we must not just tolerate not just accept, not just celebrate, but we must participate. In these mass prides of drag queens and children exploitation and all this nonsense. You must participate. Where's your flag? Where's your ribbon as they would say in Seinfeld? Just come on, put the ribbon on. And there's a new poll out that we're going to kind of focus on for a little bit. And I have a take on this that I never thought I would have. National pride is down with majorities of Republicans and independents I'm reading from Fox News dot com. And nearly half of Democrats feeling dissatisfied with their country, according to the latest Fox News survey. The poll released Thursday asked registered voters are you proud of the country today? Just 39% said, yes. That is down 12 points from June of 2017 and down 30 points since June of 2011. While the question has only been asked four times, this marks a majority feeling disappointed in their country. 56% are not proud, up from 48% in 2017, and 28% in 2011. Independence and Republicans reversed their position since 2017. While formerly not proud Democrats are now on the fence. In 2017, Republicans by a 31 point margin and independence by four points were proud. Today, both Americans feel disenchanted with the country.

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Krystle Matthews Wins SC Primary Runoff Despite Crazy Leaked Call

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 2 d ago

Krystle Matthews Wins SC Primary Runoff Despite Crazy Leaked Call

"Support. James O'Keefe hits home run after home run, and he recently has an amazing one from his project veritas action as well, and yesterday I think was his birthday. James, welcome back to Charlie Kirk show. Great to be with you, Charlie. What a big story this isn't South Carolina. Tell us all about it. Well, this is a democratic candidate for the United States Senate, running in the primary, the primary was last night, June 28th, which is also my 38th birthday, so quite a bit. It's also Elon Musk's birthday, by the way, June 28th is quite a day. And this is the crystal Matthews using racially charged language while encouraging illicit campaign tactics. She was caught on a, in a she was talking to someone inside of a jail. And it was a recorded line and a whistleblower provided this to us. Some of these quotes are pretty incendiary. This is the candidate. And by the way, she won last night. So now she's going to face Tim Scott. The South Carolina U.S. senator in the general election. She said, quote, where's my dope money, my duffel bag boys? Give me that dope money. Honestly, and I'm an N word at heart. I love black people. We need folks that can wear black at night and take down their effing yard signs. I mean, just this is just some of the most shocking things you'll over here. Now, just this week, yesterday, the house legislator in South Carolina has put together an ethics committee to investigate this woman who has just won last night the primary in South Carolina. And a lot more to say, but that's the

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Conservatives Won the Roe Narrative War Thanks to Drew Hernandez

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:22 min | 2 d ago

Conservatives Won the Roe Narrative War Thanks to Drew Hernandez

"Won the narrative war that we were supposed to lose on Friday Saturday Sunday Monday is because your footage. And by the way, this is not just speculation drew. So we were told by everybody the following. Rove versus wade comes down and it's going to hurt our midterm chances. You heard something similar to that, right? Well, a generic congressional ballot before versus after roe versus wade, where on June 21st, Republicans were leading four on the generic ballot, and now we're leading by 5 on the generic ballot. Wow. You know, I think part of that could be the response as well. The violent response to this. I mean, you see this kind of footage. You see the way that these people respond to this type of thing. And I think a lot of pro life organizations that have been putting out a lot of education and media and social media informing the public just exactly what this is and what it looks like. And then you see people, yes, but then the other part is the other part is when you see a picture with a woman who's fully pregnant and she writes on their not yet. Exactly. And it all comes together. I don't think that's persuasive. I mean, a person is come on. I mean, it's not science. It's not science fact. It's evil. Listen, Charlie, when a regular person is like sitting on social media to go to your point and that pops up on their feed, they immediately say to themselves, that is, that's not the side I want to be on. That's right. At all. So you got this cut

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:14 a.m. EDT

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 2 d ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:14 a.m. EDT

"GP sports I've checked Freeman They went back and forth in a scoreless duel in New York two teams that had visions of playing in October and the Houston Astros scored late to beat the New York mets to nothing Justin veranda was outstanding earning his tenth win after his return from Tommy John surgery I definitely feel different you know some of my pitches haven't felt as sharp some of them have felt better You know I think my curveball this year has been really good I feel largely the same but the stuff seems to be playing a little bit different He tossed 8 innings allowed two hits with 8 strikeouts Mike mancuso New York While in The Bronx the New York Yankees completed a three game sweep of the Oakland a's 5 to three Giancarlo Stanton hit a three run Homer His last 6 hits have been the long ball It's an interesting time right now We're not getting too many hits but when I am in the Homer The LA Dodgers avoided a three game sweep with an 8 four win at Colorado Boston held on for a 6 5 win in extra innings in Toronto Minnesota scored three in the tenth Cleveland scored four to win 7 to 6 the game winner a two run shot from Josh naylor Rowdy teles has hit 5 home runs since Sunday He hit a pair in leading Milwaukee to a 5 three win over Tampa Be more compact and not as aggressive in a swing Has helped me make more contact and be able to keep everything in the middle of the field Yeah you got a two run blast from Avi Garcia in the 9th four four three comeback win at St. Louis Atlanta down Philadelphia four to one Adam Duvall hit a 400 foot home run the braves now 21 in 5 in June Whoever we put in there right now is stepping up and doing the job and that's huge Oh the angels over the Chicago White Sox Pittsburgh Washington Kansas City down Texas San Diego Arizona Detroit one at San Francisco Seattle be Baltimore and the Chicago Cubs beat Cincinnati NBA James Harden will opt out of 47.7 million from Philadelphia as the team works a deal in hopes of using money saved to help build the roster Check Freeman AP sports

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Duvall, Wright lead Braves over Phillies, now 21-5 in June

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Duvall, Wright lead Braves over Phillies, now 21-5 in June

"But brave's got a solid outing from right hander Kyle Wright as it took a four one win over the Phillies where it allowed just a woman on three hits that run came in the bottom of the third day solo home run by Reese Hoskins He struck out four to improve his record that I'm in for Atlanta took the lead as they paid a two runs in the top of the fourth They added two more runs in the top of the 7th one of those courtesy of a solo home run by Adam Duvall The goal is always tack on runs You know as you go just to give you some breathing room and we were able to do that late Rangers Suarez took the loss Michael the long go

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García's homer in 9th lifts Marlins past Cardinals 4-3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

García's homer in 9th lifts Marlins past Cardinals 4-3

"Ever say you'll Garcia and sandy Alcantara led the Marlins to a four three win over the Cardinals The red birds were one out from victory until Garcia belted a two run blast off Ryan helsley Right now and I thank God that I focus on the fast one Our contra is 8 and three after tossing a 7 hitter Working around two runners in the 9th Dylan Carlson drove in two runs for St. Louis which is a game and a half behind the first place brewers in the NL central It was the cardinal's first laws to the Marlins in St. Louis since June 20th 2019 I'm Dave ferry

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Trish's Market Rundown for June 28, 2022

The Trish Regan Show

01:50 min | 3 d ago

Trish's Market Rundown for June 28, 2022

"I mentioned gold and we're looking at gold prices, holding steady today. Let me see if I can pull this up for you. I know with all this stuff going on, it's no wonder that you're seeing a sell off in the market. I've been saying all along, you've got to be really, really careful. I'm not your financial adviser. I just kind of, you know, as a journalist, I think, have a pretty good handle on what I think the macro environment is. And it's not good. I mean, I warned you back in the summer of 2020, we'd be looking at hyperinflation. And sure enough, here we are. And I'm going to still warn you that I don't think that is going to be able to just flip a switch and put the Genie back in the bottle. A lot of this inflation is getting embedded. Some of it even into wages. I mean, I like seeing some inflation in wages, but you saw recently a major airline coming out with a 14% increase in pilots pay. I mean, these are the things that they're having to do in order to continue recruiting people, but it causes the margins on the business to get much smaller. Maybe that's okay. Certainly for the employees, but for investors, you've got to just be aware of all this stuff. Anyway, crude oil trading at around a $112 a barrel. Gold holding on pretty much steady at 1822. This is interesting to me that the ten year yield is back at 3.2%. I suspect that as this all kind of works its way through the system, you may start to see a higher increase in that yield. And for me, anyway, I welcome perhaps welcome a day. When we could say, you know, we're going to put money in a treasury bond for ten years and get a decent something kind of a decent return out of it. So I don't entirely see that as a negative, but it is an important thing to watch. And it's a gauge of where people are willing to go and how they're willing to take on risk.

Bob Vander Plaats on the Significance of the of Roe v. Wade

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 4 d ago

Bob Vander Plaats on the Significance of the of Roe v. Wade

"I can't think of a better guess to help us talk about the victory and to celebrate the victory of roe versus wade being overturned, then bob Vander platz, bob, welcome to the program. Good to be with you, Charlie. Thanks for having me on. So bob, just your initial reaction. You've been fighting for decades. For the reversal and the overturning of roe versus wade, probably longer than I have been alive. I was told by people for years that it would never happen and that we have to keep our expectations low. Talk about the significance about this and how multiple generations of workers and prayer warriors helped deliver this victory. But Charlie, it was huge. And first of all, it's a nice way of telling me I'm old, but it is true. We have been praying for a long time, activating for a long time. And hoping that one day, we would see all the American embrace a culture of life. And that would begin by the overturn of roe V wade. And so Friday on June 24 is a little bit like an out of body experience that this is really happening. It's almost a picture yourself. And right away from our governor to many others, texting me, just praise God that this is happening. And I'm glad I got to be on this side, where I got to see it. Charlie, I think, of so many have gone before me, who have fought hard, gave other resources, prayed like crazy, and they just never got to see this day not knowing that this day would ever come to be, but we're definitely celebrating today that it did

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Jim Harden of CompassCare Highlights Attacks on Pro-Life Centers

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 4 d ago

Jim Harden of CompassCare Highlights Attacks on Pro-Life Centers

"But right now I have the privilege of speaking with the founder of the CEO of compass, care, Jim, the reverend Jim Hardin, Jim Hart and welcome to this program. It's an R&B with you today. Eric really is. Well, you are really kind. Listen, you are one of those heroes out there. My wife ran a pregnancy center here in New York City for 12 years, it's called a veil. I know about this world. And the people who are involved in this, they're doing God's work any time anybody tries to bad mouth people, you know, who are on the pro life side of the equation. They have no clue what they're talking about. They really speak at a ignorance because folks like you, you're doing an amazing thing, truly heroic, beautiful stuff. But the reason you're on right now, Jim Hardin, with compass care, is because of what happened recently. You guys are in Buffalo. So tell the story of, first of all, what is compass care and what just happened to your facility in Buffalo, New York? Yeah, compass care has operations in three different abortion hub cities in New York. Because the abortion capital of the U.S. with more abortions occurring per CAPiTA basis than any other state in the union and we're expecting a significant influx of patients from conservative states now. Roe versus wade, reversal of his way, essentially, totally changed the abortion industry. And that means that patients are going to be coming to New York from the conservative states. So what happened in Buffalo was on June 7th, our facility was firebombed. By James revenge, they took responsibility for it in a communique. And they also had their signature scrawl in graffiti on the side of our facility that said, Jane was here. There's catastrophic damage to the facility. And we're going to take, it's going to take hundreds of thousands of dollars and many, many weeks to

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Britney Spears' ex ordered to trial on stalking charge

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 d ago

Britney Spears' ex ordered to trial on stalking charge

"Britney Spears short timer ex-husband is facing a criminal charge for trying to crash her wedding A judge in California has ruled that there is enough evidence against Jason Allen Alexander to have him tried on a felony stalking charge Alexander is 40 and was married to spears for not even three days still he felt compelled to show about her wedding and talk his way inside where he live stream part of his foray quite records say in addition to the stalking charges he will also face misdemeanor counts of trespassing vandalism and battery His lawyer entered not guilty pleas on his behalf Spears married longtime boyfriend Sam asghari at her home in California on June 9th among the guests where Selena Gomez Drew Barrymore at Paris Hilton and Madonna Gabrielle

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John Zmirak Reacts to SCOTUS Strike Down of New York Gun Law

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 6 d ago

John Zmirak Reacts to SCOTUS Strike Down of New York Gun Law

"Meer agz. John, today is Friday the 24th of June. And as we're recording this, we don't know whether the Supreme Court will release its ruling that effectively ends roe V wade. But we do know that has to happen either today or Monday, I think. Yeah, they certainly have the tortured us with suspense, but yesterday they issued a decision, which is every bit as important. Yesterday, and I would say every bit as pro life. Yesterday, the Supreme Court said that the constitution means what it says in the Second Amendment. My hope is that today they're going to say the constitution doesn't mean what it doesn't say, which is anything about the right to kill your baby for sexual convenience. But let's look at the first half of that. New York State, where you live, where I used to live, makes it almost impossible to carry a gun from your own self protection. Unless you are friends with the member of the city council or Holly Hollywood star with a second home in New York or a corporate CEO or somebody with political connections or if you're a diamond dealer. Basically, if you don't deal in diamonds or have political connections, you can not carry a gun. So all the people who live in crime red neighborhoods in New York are out of luck. At best, when they need help in two minutes, the police will be there in ten minutes. And we'll draw a nice chalk circle around their body. This is not consistent with an important document that a lot of liberals don't know about called the United States Constitution

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James Ackerman: Angel Tree Campaign Is a Year-Long Initiative

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:27 min | Last week

James Ackerman: Angel Tree Campaign Is a Year-Long Initiative

"Because every campaign that we've done, this audience has donated well over $200,000 to send Christmas gifts and the gospel and a message from their mom or dad. In fact, if you don't mind, take just a few seconds, James to walk through the angel tree campaign because hey, before you know it, we're going to be at Christmas time. We are. And the angel tree is really a year round initiative. So right now, as we speak, we are working with chaplains to distribute angel three applications in prisons all over the country. We distribute to just over 1300 state federal prisons and high profile jails. And encourage moms and dads in prison to sign up with their children for angel three. We then take those applications towards the end of summer, process them, and then distribute those kids to churches all over the country. 5 to 7000 churches a year participate in angel tree. And in any given year, we have 250,000 to 300,000 children signed up to be served at angel tree Christmas. So it's happening right now. The parents are signing up their kids. All right, I'm going to put everybody into a holiday spirit because it may be June 23rd, but Christmas time will be here before you know it. And I get very excited at the idea of our audience delivering these Christmas presents and the gospel to these

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CISA Releases Security Advisory on Dominion Voting Systems

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:59 min | Last week

CISA Releases Security Advisory on Dominion Voting Systems

"I have in front of me a report that is issued by seisa. Now sisa is the cybersecurity infrastructure. I guess security agency. It's an official agency of the U.S. government. I believe comes under the Department of Homeland Security and it's supposed to oversee the security of the elections. And this report is very remarkable. It's been largely misrepresented in the media. And for example, I'm looking at a headline of a CNN article, federal review says dominion software flaws haven't been exploited in elections. Now this is a flat out misrepresentation of this article. This article says two things and what CNN does is it takes the minor thing and makes it into the headline because then you'll begin to see really why CNN is running scared. It's running scared because of what this advisory is about. The adviser, the advisory is titled, vulnerabilities affecting dominion voting systems. We are report was released on June 3rd and what it basically says is that these machines can be manipulated. I mean, that's the big news here. It's the big news because we have been told for close to two years that they can't be. And in fact, the people who have been saying that they can be. Now, I was not one of them. I have not talked about this issue and moreover, it's not an issue in 2000 meals. We decided to just focus on one type of fraud and zoom into that. Partly because it was, we thought it was a provable and B sufficient. And it avoided the need to be kind of a referee or arbiter of many other claims, some of which we thought would be very difficult and time consuming and hard to verify and would take us down pats we didn't really want to

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Why Is Juneteenth a Federal Holiday?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:16 min | Last week

Why Is Juneteenth a Federal Holiday?

"A lot of people are out celebrating Juneteenth. And you all know I have a lot to say about Juneteenth, personally, I don't celebrate Juneteenth and to be honest, I don't think it should be a federal holiday. However, I'm not going to march. I'm not going to go out and deny other people from observing Juneteenth if that's what they want to do. I do think it was wrong. I think it was inaccurate to make Juneteenth a federal holiday. Maybe a regional holiday, maybe a state holiday, but to make Juneteenth a federal holiday, and my personal opinion is a virtue signal. Who may Juneteenth, a federal holiday, Democrat, Joe Biden, and 2021. Why did he make Juneteenth a federal holiday to appease black people? Not for any other reason. People have been celebrating Juneteenth since about 18 66. Which is the day after the events that we now consider to be historic events of June, the 19th and 1865.

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The Meaning of Juneteenth With Pedro Gonzalez

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | Last week

The Meaning of Juneteenth With Pedro Gonzalez

"A terrific article written by the brilliant Pedro Gonzalez, the meaning of Juneteenth. I want to read one paragraph here that I found to just be phenomenal. Juneteenth in truth marks the dead of the old American nation, and the birth of a new one. Plowing, clawing out from the chest of the republic and a nightmarish vision that would make Ridley Scott squirm. The new holiday emerged from the mists of June with feeble opposition from Republicans who spent months railing by the evils of anti white critic race theory and The New York Times 1619 project only to turn around an inaugurated national holiday, an honor and validate the basic narrative underline those things with us right now as Pedro Gonzalez. So let me play devil's advocate. I totally agree with the article my open was all about this, but let me just play devil's advocate is in Juneteenth about the good news about Emancipation. Why should we fight on this? Shouldn't we just kind of turn the page and just say it's okay? Why is it important to articulate the meaning of Juneteenth you're on opinion of it? What's your thoughts here? Charlie, thanks for having me back. So Juneteenth as a regional thing as a minor regional event had meaning real meaning for a particular group of people in Texas and reference to a particular time in a particular place. But by taking Juneteenth out of its historical and regional context and nationalizing it, all it has been reduced to is just another element in this national Tapestry of shame alongside things like the 1619 Project, which serve only to remind us of how America's evil, how we must always begging for forgiveness, groveling, hitting our past and ourselves. So in other words, the original meaning, the good meaning that meant something to these people in Texas who have been quietly observing it for all this time, is now

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 Braves' 14-game win streak, Cubs' 10-game skid both end

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Braves' 14-game win streak, Cubs' 10-game skid both end

"Two streaks came to an end as the cubs defeated the braves want to nothing Friday afternoon the win by the cubs snapped a ten game losing skid while Atlanta saw its 14 game win streak snapped Charlie Morton pitched well for the braves was 7 scoreless innings and 9 strikeouts but Atlanta's hitters were handcuffed on just three hits none by mad Olsen The first loss in June is good when you're in the middle of the month So we're going to come out tomorrow and try to get a dub and get another win streak wrong This was the first time in 23 years that a team riding a double digit losing streak beat a team enjoying a double digit winning streak

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"june" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"june" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"June 28th 1996, actor and comic Eddie Murphy scores a career rejuvenating hit with the Nutty Professor Jada Pinkett Smith and Dave Chappelle also starred in the film, which grossed over a quarter million dollars worldwide and won an Oscar for best makeup. June 30th 1955 the Johnny Carson Show debuts, a prime time variety show hosted by the future. Late night legend. It last 39 episodes and Carson would start his nearly three decade run is host of the Tonight Show 1962. July 1st 1941 the first two commercially licensed television stations in the United States sign on in New York City within one hour of each other. Both remain on air today, now known as WCBS, Channel two and WNBC. Channel four. July 3rd 1991 nearly seven years after the original Terminator two Judgment Day hit theaters, the most expensive film ever made at the time. It earned over $200 million in the U. S, and was the first film to take in more than 300. Million dollars internationally. July 4th 1910 actress Gloria Stuart is born in Santa Monica, California widely remembered for her role in 19 97th Titanic. She was a veteran of over 50 films before passing away in 2010. And that's the week in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio. He never stops working for the good of the country. Sean, an itty with behind the scenes information on today's breaking news parody is on right now. This is Jeffrey Lord and.

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"june" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"june" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"June 30th I'm Lisa Ledeen. The collapse of the condominium in Surfside, Florida was shocking. But a review of internal emails and city officials and condo association leaders found that the buildings problems were well known. That story ahead. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro in Washington and I'm Ailsa Chang in Los Angeles. Former U S Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has died. He was 88. Rumsfeld served as defense secretary under two separate Republican presidencies under Gerald Ford in the 19 seventies and under George W. Bush from 2000 and 1 to 2000 and six In his second stint at the Pentagon, Rumsfeld was instrumental in leading the country to war, both in Afghanistan and in Iraq. He was also for a bit well known for his many aphorisms, including This one in response to her up to a reporter's question about U. S intelligence on whether Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction. There are known knowns. There are things we know, we know. We also know there are known unknowns that is to say, we know there's some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns. The ones we don't know, we don't know. Never forgot that one for more. We're joined now by NPR. Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman. Hi, Tom. Also So Rumsfeld has a complicated legacy, right? He was unrepentant about the need to go to war, both in Afghanistan and in Iraq conflicts that US forces have only begun to pull out of after two decades. How How do you think he will be remembered? I don't think he'll be remembered very well by history Run, so was an arrogant breast kind of guy and some Republicans on the hill Wanted him replaced early in the Bush administration because he just couldn't get along with folks in Congress. But the 9 11 attacks. Elsa kind of saved him in a way he helped carry the wounded from the Pentagon and then became something of a matinee idol. But I think In many ways, Rumsfeld personify the hubris of an era where he was really the architect of Afghanistan and Iraq. His death comes as the forever wars are ending, with nearly all U. S. Troops expected to be out of Afghanistan by Mid July on Afghanistan. There really was no plan once the Taliban was overthrown and in Iraq also little post war planning, and frankly, Iraq is considered by many. I talked within the Pentagon to be one of the worst strategic decisions and the nation's history, but he remained defiant to the end. Now he did expand special operations forces, and that's widely seen As a plus and let's not forget I mean Iraq. It was a war that famously began with funks information about weapons of mess destruction. That's right. And that's why I say he was one of the architects of Iraq. You know, he he believed that he, um, Also, one of the things about Rumsfeld was his belief you could do less with more He didn't support high troop numbers. In Iraq or after Afghanistan and he refused to talk to the Taliban. On the troop question. This became a huge issue when Osama bin Laden was suspected of hiding out in the mountains of Tora Bora in Afghanistan. Bin Laden might have been captured, many say had more troops been sent, Rumsfeld said, Absolutely not in his ultimate refusal to send more troops a few years later led to his firing and being replaced by Robert Gates. But here's the thing. Gates only recently said, You know that maybe Rumsfeld was right. The U. S should have left earlier in Afghanistan in 2002 and really turned it over to State Department and other folks. I am curious time. I mean, during your time reporting on Rumsfeld, how did he come off in person? He was an arrogant, prickly kind of guy, especially with the press. He once began a press conference by talking about how great the Afghan forces were doing and I piped up and said, if that's the case, Mr Secretary why they're thousands of Americans there and he said, that's an accusatory way of pointing it and didn't answer the question. That is NPR. Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman. Thank you, Tom. You're welcome. Lawson. An NPR investigation finds the federal government is not providing crucial assistance to some disaster survivors who need help the most Internal documents from the Federal Emergency Management Agency revealed that low income survivors of hurricanes are less likely to get money to repair their homes or cover the cost of rent compared to more affluent people. Local officials and researchers say they also see racial disparities and who gets help. NPR's Rebecca Herscher reports on reports those disparities can erode entire neighborhoods..

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"june" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"june" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"June 19th Juneteenth, the holiday Commemorating the end of slavery. By marking the day enslaved people in Texas finally learned they were free. Is now the first new federal holiday since Mike Luther King Jr Day was created in 1983. In fact, the news was so big our next guest was invited to the White House to be there for the moment. At the very moment that she was scheduled to be on this show on the 18th of June, and like I said, then we understand that cancellation. But while the recognition of the holiday marks a step in the right direction for some, the state where the holiday originated Is facing somewhat of a different reality Today. Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed legislation just a few weeks ago outlining the ways in which kids can and cannot be taught about the racist violence in our nation's past. And similar bills are being debated in other states, So there is lots to discuss with our guests. Joining us now is true Texan Annette Gordon Reed. She's a Harvard University professor, historian and author of the book on Juneteenth. Which is at now. Thank you for being here, Professor. Glad we could find time to reschedule. Thank you for inviting me and thank you for being understanding about that. And so last we heard on June 18th as we were about to do the segment with you. You're on a flight to the White House. How did that come to be at the last minute? Well, I got an email that morning asking if I could make it down for the signing ceremony. All of this taken place really quickly. Between the time the Senate acted in the house acted, I thought the president was overseas, and indeed he was. But he came back and I guess one of the first things he did was to arrange to sign this bill. So I hopped on a plane and went down. I could question your priorities that day. But I want, um as someone From Texas. Was it even more special that it might have been for any other African American to be in that room, and President Biden signed that legislation. Absolutely. It was special and and it made more so because hopefully another Texan, the daughter of Texas, as Biden, Calder, had been campaigning for this for years. She's 94 years old. And during the course of doing talks about this book we've been on a couple of I've gotten a chance to meet her because we've been on a couple of shows together, So it was wonderful when she walked into the East Room and two right there at the last moment, and, uh, the ceremony began and President Biden recognized her and brought her up on stage and Gave her a pen. It was wonderful. Sounds wonderful, and you know, there's a lot of conversation. Online about who really benefits from the passing of the holiday and what change it really provides, or if it just kind of provides cover. Symbolic cover for not doing enough to actually bring about more racial equality in this country through legislation and policy. And the like. Do you think this was an important move by the president? I think it was an important move I never had. I think it was sort of unrealistic to think that a holiday is going to accomplish all the political things that need to be done Political, social and economic things that have to be done in this country. I mean, it stands as its own to me as a way of Recognizing the joy of the people who have been treated as property who learned in Texas that that would no longer be the case. I mean, they knew they would still have to struggle, but that being designated Chattel and property that was over. We can recognize their joy, and we can also think about how to fulfill the hope they hope they must have had at that time to work on voting rights. The work on educational opportunity all those kinds of things. I think it's unrealistic to think. I believe that anybody would think or should think that a holiday substitutes for political action. As soon as we can take some of your phone calls for Annette Gordon Reed. Maybe you've seen or heard her in other media around the release of her book on Juneteenth. We're also going to get into critical race theory. Uh, the ban on which is coming from that very same home state of Texas, 646435 70 to 86 46. 435 70 to 80 or tweet at Brian Lehrer. If you want to communicate with Annette Gordon Reed today, 646435 70 to 80 and then the introduction to the book, You discussed the image of Texas being a white man. So can you paint a picture of your hometown in Texas until it's about tell us about its history of race relations? Well, when I was growing up there it was a small town. But fewer than 5000 people. At the moment. It's one of the fastest growing cities in the in the country. It's almost up to 167,000 people. Sorry. Which city is that? This is Conroe, Conroe, Texas, and, um, it was a small town. It was it is 40 Miles north of Houston. But when I was growing up, it was between Conroe in Houston was pretty much a pine forest. Now Houston has spread out to the point that it is more like a bedroom community, but it was a separate town. It was a town that had a very, very tough racial history. There were histories of lynching there. Man had been burned at the stake on Courthouse Square in the 19 twenties, Uh, lots of incidents of violence and it was a prosperous town. It was started as an oil town, so it wasn't a matter of You know, like a hardscrabble place with people living hand to mouth. It was for many people there a prosperous city. The school district that I went to was very, very well appointed and had enough money for Things they needed to do. But this racial history when I was a kid was still a part of the town. When we went to the movies. We had to sit in the balcony, black people, and when we went to the doctor, we sat and we went to a separate waiting much smaller, less well appointed, uh Waiting room. So there were all of these this Some remnants. Legacies of Slavery that Jim Crow brought with it. Jim Crow is basically trying to accomplish in law control over African American people and maintain a racial hierarchy. And so I came of age at a time when those hierarchies were being challenged. And I was a part of that when I integrated the schools of our town when I was in the first grade. What was it like to help integrate a school? Did you even understand what was happening as a first grader or beyond? Yes, I understood what was happening. I knew that I had been to the black school. Booker T. Washington. Which is K through 12. What my mother taught and where my two older brothers went to school. It was sort of the nerve center of the black community and and Conroe. So I knew when I was going to Anderson Elementary School, a white school that I was doing something different..

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"june" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

09:22 min | 1 year ago

"june" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"I think has done it very very beautifully and done a really great justice so we've got an enormous photograph taking up the top of page three here with a tiny professor. She she's dame. Sarah go but now sitting in the bottom on her chair looking absolutely mortified almost horrified not knowing where to look and around her just schools and schools of people standing up applauding some looking at his some smiling and it's just these wonderful wonderful tribute that spontaneously broke out at wimbledon. Yesterday she was there for the opening day. And of course this is very symbolic at wimbledon was cancelled last year. So it's one of the first major sporting events to go at half capacity. Although there's no social distancing taking place in his outdoor crowd in this photograph and she was overwhelmingly applauded and and As the clapping went on and on she was congratulated for the success in making her vaccine people and still my fate and i really did think strategy and it was one of those truly the best of british moments still jane people there to see the tennis players But annuity scientists from oxford. Was the person they really wanted to cheer on. It was the also the the way that people started just started with israel gingy clamming and then it just builds and builds and builds and as you say of course. She looked more and more mortified. Yes as it went on. I mean the british but when they do get sentimental. It's very very moving. Isn't it yet just quickey before you go. We'll talk about the fact that you are in essence stuck here. In britain for the moment you can't return to your native australia and And and to about the astra zeneca vaccine. How is it being received in australia. Well this is a really great question. Because i'm not sure that if a professor sara gilbert went to australia should necessarily be getting the same sort of reaction in australia which is essentially zero covid. I take a zero tolerance approach to any cases so this means Died of strict lockdowns very very harsh boorda band. They don't let anybody leave the country including jill citizens And so what this is meant is that they've come to rely very very heavily on these harsh images rather than wanting a vaccine and so the vaccine rollout in australia's bain incredibly slow. It's around four to five percent that fully vaccinated in june We'll nilly july twenty twenty one and in fact the full dosage number is not even known because the governments won't release that statistic and we fear or we think it's because they're so mortified by how loyd that number it's the lowest in the always say now big problem is that in zero covid country where you have no desi. They have been two deaths from blood. Clots related to the vaccine and so the medical experts in australia have said well. We're now only going to recommend astra zeneca for anyone over sixteen because when you why the risk of getting carnivorous undying australia. It's not because they don't have current virus so two people dying from blood. Clots makes their risk a lot higher. Now we've just had a big and fairly significant outbreak of coronavirus across the street leah. That's being met with usual strictures but it has also fueled an increase in vaccine takeout which is really positive to save one of the issues. However is that everybody in australia would prefer to take the mr vaccines of which is very limited supply. So we've got pfizer and then later in the year we'll get some madonna now. We currently have two point. Six million unused esters zeneca does is in australia. That allying around that nobody can take so last night. The governments of australia opens those vaccines up for the first time to anyone. Under forty of course giving jay pays medical. Indemnity said that anyone say me. And i'd be very happy to do these thirty seven years old can go into a j. pay. That found it very hard to get a vaccine can say i now want to voluntarily opt astrazeneca. So that's been a very good move but of course the fear is that it has received so much bad publicity. Had it has not had the backing of the medical community and the governor. Perhaps the way you saying in a country like he The warriors that may be too much damage has been done to the reputation of that vaccine. Latigo thank you very much indeed for coming in that's latifah buck and this is the globalist monocle twenty. Four ups is a global financial services firm with over one hundred fifty years of heritage built on the unique dedication of all people we bring fresh thinking and perspective to are wa. We know that it takes a marriage of intelligence and heart to create lasting value for clients. It's about having the right ideas of course but also about having one of the most accomplished systems and an unrivalled network of global experts that's why at. Ubs we pride ourselves on thinking smarter to make a real difference tune into the bulletin with ubs every week for the latest insights and opinions from ubs all around the world. Playtime what i meant to say was. It's not time to talk. Technology with monica tech. Wanted david field david. You put toys. Thanks cited is. I'm not sure we should call them toys very very expensive mobile phones. but yes Vivo a chinese brand at which is increasingly in the uk and around the world has recently released. The vivo ex six t pro five g which is a bit of mouthful but A nice phone this. This is the phone And as we know phones there to replace everything from calculators to sat knobs do and especially cameras and you will see it on the back of this Do you obviously launching the camera. and taking what. I'm sure it's going to be a really tremendous photograph of this moment. the camera on the back You'll see has a big zeiss brandon because the lenses are made by zeiss and it also has what viva referred to as they gimbal lens referring to phenomenal optical stabilization. So that you can move around and take great pictures. And i think it's just the latest example of chinese brands seeking to become an alternative to the main Premium brands like apple and samsung although at a cheaper price it's two hundred or three hundred pounds cheaper than you'd expect to pay for a premium. I found there are a lot of chinese brands coming in. And of course we've seen all these security scares over and This latest scaring in parliament with matt hancock people saying some chinese equipment involved whether there was not a i don't know but i mean it is a open that people are so accepting of of this technology coming in. Yes i think it varies from brand to brand Oneplus for example Which is related to oppo another chinese brad. Oneplus has phenomenal community support from all the people who fought it and i think they are willing to look past any Issue the not But the truth is that it's only qualify and said either have really call the the the the brunt of the security issues. I'm i'm interested it now. In phone cases with lenses yes So there's a brand called moment which makes these Very nice lenses. we're just doing about cameras In phones they can't really beat a lot of things that regular cameras do they. Don't have optical zoom they don't have specialist lenses so there's a company called moment that makes a phone cases with little Brackets that go in the back. And then you buy separately. Whatever kind of lens you want which attached to the back of the iphone and that's an animal glenn's Is on there now but additionally you you can have any kind of you can have A tell you can have macro lenses and it means that because they clip on. You only need the extra weight when you're actually taking the photographs. That's extraordinary. i mean the real professional level. I mean the absolutely yeah yes and it comes with a sorry an app for the iphone. It's also they also make these cases for other brands offense Which allow you to shoot enroll which the default camera on the iphone does not. Now you might want to start kind of some kind of regime. Look really good for the for the photo shoots that are inevitably going to come And you can do that with apple. Watch i say. One of the most elegant segues apple fitness plus is a subscription.

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"june" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"june" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Been learned of quite the ethical dilemma while the song is obviously objectively terrible and the sentiments animating it arguably somewhat sinister and the entire endeavour daft in the extreme. The anthem was in fact written by a bunch of primary school. Kids in bradford. Yeah we feel pretty bad about it as well. Although not as bad as whoever chose the date of june twenty-fifth will have felt when someone told them that the summer school term in scotland finished on june twenty third elsewhere. We learned of a week's news cycle furnishing bountiful temptation. To wins news. Monologues with a weakness for lamentable. Peng's hanging the wheel make quick. We learned that one of the principal. Henchman of former. Us president benito cartman has taken independent legal counsel and we learned that his name is matthew calamari so we're wondering if he's offering a squid pro quo. Yes thank you. And we learned police in california investigating the of nineteen metric tons of pasta. Xio nuts have made an arrest and can therefore claim to have cracked. The case made good on their threat to the miscreant thought. We'll cashew at.

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"june" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"june" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"June 18th, Bruce, Judy and cheese with you and I will admit and acknowledge. But I don't think I'm 100% up to speed on Juneteenth. Yeah, as much as I think I know about it. I know I still have more to learn. If only we had somebody if only we knew somebody who was a tremendous teacher. Knowledgeable man. Thank goodness. Pastor Corey Brooks is with us right now. Good morning, Pastor. Well, thank you for leave him, please, as a great leader, and I don't know how great a teacher I am, but I think information with Well, I got to tell you, I listen. I know that your congregation thinks you're an amazing amazing teacher. How's that? So, uh, Thank you. I appreciate it. Technically, Juneteenth is June 19th Saturday, June 19th, But Friday is a Hollywood we have it. It's a company holiday for us. We're off on Friday and again, relatively new. I think maybe not a lot of people are familiar with it. I started hearing the term Juneteenth. Maybe about 10 years ago or so it kind of and I was trying to learn more about it helped me understand more of what Juneteenth is. And what does it signified? Well, first of all, let me say that don't feel bad that you didn't know There's a lot of people who did not know because you know that you weren't taught that in school History book. I didn't find out about it until I was like 21 years old and I was in the seminary in Dallas, Texas, and it's a really big thing in Texas and I remember distinctively They were getting ready to celebrate Juneteenth and I was so embarrassed as I did not have a clue what it was okay. And I discovered that Juneteenth is a celebration where blacks were free from slavery, even though the Emancipation Proclamation was in 18 63. It was only two years later that the border states like Texas, where there are quite a few slaves, got the word that they were free. And so they ended up being treated 18 65 2 years later or and and and that they June 19th. They celebrated as June 10th. That is the celebration. That's what it's all about. It's the frame. Of all slaves along the border state specifically like Texas got it. Are you saying that they had to wait two years after everyone else was free? Yeah, they waited two years after everyone else was free. And not only did they waited two years after everyone else is free, But even after they were saying they were told that they should stay with their masters on their properties and things like that. That's the reason why you had a lot of individuals. Well, even though they were free from slavery. They ended up still staying on those on those plantations because they did not understand the ramifications of being three. Wow. So it's so does Chicago do something special? For Juneteenth think as a city they've started to try to celebrate it more. I know a lot of churches like our churches. We celebrate Juneteenth as well. We're celebrating this weekend. We're doing it on fire where you be incorporated with Bibles. They were coming back together as a church and we're putting it all together, And it's just basically a reminder of people to do better in their neighborhoods be better with their family to celebrate their family. And it's It's just like a celebration. I tell people it's kind of like when the Jewish people have certain holidays. This is kind of like a holiday. The African Americans celebrate and it really is a holiday for all Americans. I believe, because it's a part of our American culture, and it's a part of our history. I think there's a certain argument to be made for that. And I would agree again. We're talking to pastor Corey Brooks. The founding pastor of the new Beginnings church right here in Chicago, are there Are there traditions already associated with this? Are there Are there things in the African American community specifically that you do around Juneteenth? Yeah, There's one of the things that happens is there there's a passing down to the story retelling the story why Juneteenth came about because a lot of like I said, a lot of schools. A lot of people don't really know what they don't teach it. So it's just going back to the story saying, Hey, this is what happened. And then the second thing that we do is we try to say this is what happens should happen as a result. As a result of us being free. You should care more about our community. We should care more about our families. We should take no about our our spiritual experiences. And so it's just a celebration to get people reinvigorated about about pride in themselves and pride in in, um, in the community, and I, almost based on your story of your personal story of you didn't even know what it was. I do feel like is just as Americans. We're all learning about it together, right to be not just black people, white people. Yeah, we're all Teeth is kind of new to all of us, And it's something that now we can all in the future, At least, you know, go forward and know what it means. I think that's probably the most important thing right Knowing what it stands for. Not just that. It's a day off of work, right? Yeah, it stands for freedom, and it's like it's part of the Emancipation Proclamation. Right? It's an extension of the Emancipation Proclamation. It is the opportunity that everybody got to finally be free as a result of the Emancipation Proclamation. So, as we said Celebrated. We celebrated as Americans because this is the full working of the Emancipation Proclamation. It's not independent of it. This is the extension of it. So do we say, happy Juneteenth. I've always what's the greeting? Uh, Mary, let's go with Mary Ju teeth. Yeah, it's a happy duty. Very dude. Chief, uh, any of that works? I think it all works. I think people I think people are just, um Thankful and grateful that in America everyone was finally free and that as Americans, we have the opportunity to make the country the best country we can possibly make it. And I think that was our ideas and the principles that we need to be working this area one another, and I think, as far as my white brothers and sisters go if they want to do something. On those days to celebrate it. I think it's more than fine. This is America is America, part American history. You know, you might as well celebrated throughout work anyway. You like there is a you were halfway there. For goodness sakes, Pastor Brooks. You mentioned the education aspect of it. And I do find that interesting because even you acknowledging, Hey, I might have been a little late to the party. You know, they didn't teach me this in high school history. If you will. There is a lot when it comes to Not just I'm going to use as an example, The Tulsa Race massacre Black Wall Street. I was embarrassed cause I think I'm a decent study of history. Embarrassed that I learned about it. Through the HBO miniseries Watchmen, where I Thought It was fictional until I looked it up ago. Holy crap That really happened that that is..

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"june" Discussed on The Drive with Paul Swann

The Drive with Paul Swann

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"june" Discussed on The Drive with Paul Swann

"Am nine thirty. don't worry. Paul swan has the wheel drive. Espn ninety four point one fm and am nine thirty their final segment for today's addition friday. June eighteen holes one host. They tuning in today's edition of the drive on. Espn ninety four point. One in a m nine thirty so it looks like we're getting closer to that. Twelve team playoff proposal to expand the playoff moving forward the management committee today agreeing to present the concept to the eleven university presidents and chancellors. Those are the members of this cartel. Whatever you wanna call it that have the authority. They're the once they're the ones that had the authority over the format so meetings go to say in dallas the measurement management committee basically made up of ten fps commissioners and notre dame athletic director. Jack's warburg they're going to ask the presidents and chancellors on this board of managers. They're going to say look. We we need. We need feedback. We've got to be able to solicit the feedback. So we gotta do this. We got to begin the feasability. We've got to do all of this and it looks like that's going to happen and i think what we're seeing is the realization that more money could probably be made. If you open this thing up also this is going to create more interest because you get twelve teams and really. This isn't going to be a death blow for a team that maybe stumble somewhere. That could beat any of the other teams that are participating for the national championship. Or at least you have always a team five or six range. And i think this ed some equal to be i mean this really as equity as well too. I mean you want to call them power five group five. That's fine. you can call them whatever you want to. But there's now a a more clear path more legitimate path it's still not at a slam dunk. But there's going to be six six bids here not automatic qualifiers going to be six here. You get you get a shot in. You're going to be in here. You get to participate and so if you were the highest rate again you wanna call a group of five you you do so highest rate group of five team get in. You have an opportunity here. You're not getting into an access bowl. Hey here's a nice bowl youth. Play someone have fun. Thanks for coming. You actually get a shot here. You get a little bit more of an opportunity and and that rare case where you might have a couple of conference champions. That aren't that good. Let's just say there's an upset here. The top spot and so there's no automatic qualifier. So if you get an upset maybe in the big ten and there's a group of five school or two higher ranked than that upset team they get in again. There are so many permutations of this. It's still a ways off the way this is going to happen but at the same time it adds a little bit more push conference championships or go to matter. Obviously what you do in the regular seasons going to matter. You're going to have to make sure that you're playing quality schedule me. How do you if your group of five what do you do you play like. Do you play if you're marshall deeply appalachian state a lot more. You play coastal carolina. More me if you're the american conference to you go and play a lot of those teams out the big ten or or do you look a little bit toward maybe playing some teams out of the american do you some teams and conference. You say how you work this to maybe work your schedule where you're playing some teams that are good. You have a chance to win but at the same time. They're they're a little higher quality. But if you in the mid american conference school and you go and you play a couple of big ten teams. You beat them. Hey you're going to get some attention so it's gonna be fun to see how this works as far as how schedules going gonna look in the future. How you gain this how you try to to work this. So you are competitive. You're in a spot where you can maybe be one of those highest. Ranked six champions. That's the big thing here. The american might have a thought that it's going to dominate this thing. But you know the sun belt's looking pretty good over the years. All the sudden the sun belt is look pretty good conference. Usa needs to the do something. Football needs do something to to really asserted so because at one point. I thought that you know conference. Usa had an opportunity to be the best of the group of five and then opportunity is coming on. The american definitely has taken that and run with it. Of course again they refer to themselves as a piece six and there's just no such thing but they have run with it because they had an opportunity to to really put together a strong league that can compete and they've done so as a league so that's where we to see conference. Usa figure of course. There is a a huge gap between institutions from the america and probably institutions and conference. Usa monetarily markets again markets conference usa was put together looking at markets. And i think that miss the point sure you might be in dallas but really are people paying attention to you now if you look at some of the other sports. There's an opportunity for you again. We talked about that yesterday. We talked about the fact that maybe conference usa has some strengths in some places like soccer like baseball. And there's an opportunity for the league to start making itself little bit more known having a little bit more of a push in some of those sports and maybe that spills over to beer sports basketball has a shot not to win a national championship on average basketball has a shot. Football now has a better shot. at least there's a path there's a to get into this thing. If this thing passes i saw see sixteen. Twelve is good twelve to start and there were years in the old days where marshall could have marshalls admit american conference back in the day and this was the way that the playoff was selected. I guarantee you marshal would have had a few shots of this thing now. We'll just have to wait and see because there are leagues. That are pretty good and conference. Usa maybe top.

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"june" Discussed on Accessible Astrology with Psychotherapist + Astrologer Eugenia Krok, MA

Accessible Astrology with Psychotherapist + Astrologer Eugenia Krok, MA

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"june" Discussed on Accessible Astrology with Psychotherapist + Astrologer Eugenia Krok, MA

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"june" Discussed on Books and Boba

Books and Boba

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"june" Discussed on Books and Boba

"The main character is someone who is outside the system. I see if someone who isn't she works for the government but she isn't part of the government because she is in debt your servants and she is there with her own agenda to even among the indentured servants. She is an anomaly. Because most of the thomas at that time They were failed palace nurses so a lot of the nurses that worked in the palace there are also from lower class but they were extremely educated. They had to take the medical exam like almost every year. And for those who didn't make the cut. They had to work as thomas for the police and study for the next medical exam and hope that they pass so whole is not. She's not literate. She is very young. she's sixteen years old and she is not training to a nurse and there is a navy to her that All of the other characters do not have so she. She is very much an outsider. Which i really liked. I think that really. I think june did a really good job developing This character as well as her journey and how she changes in her relationship with the inspector as well as the other characters. Yeah i think. I've read a couple of comments about how kerr motivations are. All really chaotic towards the middle to end the book at the same time. She is a sixteen year old girl. So i was kind of okay with her erratic name. Because there's a lot of stuff that happens. Revelations that like a lot of things yeah. There's a lot of life changing a secrets that get dropped. And it's like okay. Well you know when you're sixteen years old you're living in society where you are at the very bottom of the hierarchy and people are treating you like dirt all the time and you are wrestling with your identity. It's it's a lot to handle it. So i wasn't too concerned about like the chaotic messy nature of Of her coming to know the truth and.

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"june" Discussed on The Drive with Paul Swann

The Drive with Paul Swann

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"june" Discussed on The Drive with Paul Swann

"Bowl. There's no okay. We're going to have a special game just for you. You're gonna play a big time opponent instead. We're going to have an honest to goodness playoff with multiple teams and could twelve be the precursor to sixteen. And honestly i think in a way. This makes it more interesting because how many people would be interested in multiple teams more teams. I think more people would be more interested because let's look at march madness. Their teams in there. You don't know where these teams came from until they get into the tournament. Fill in your bracket out. I if you're gonna have a similar effect but it might be where more people interested in thing because there are multiple teams and there's more rooting opportunities here. Eight seven seven four to talk eight seven seven four two zero eight to five more coming up. It's the drive. Espn ninety four point one and am nine thirty. Your someday starts today. Ohio university southern you'll learn thrive with excellent affordable education close to home all the benefits of a nationally recognized university ohio southern's personalized approach provides an empowering supportive learning experience with your success in mind two degrees for high demand jobs that employers need now and in the future. You're some day starts today. what are you waiting for. Apply today in ohio dot edu slash southern bowl. Swan has the wheel on the drive. Espn ninety four point one fm and am ninth. Wrap up today's edition of the drive here on espn ninety four point one in. Am nine thirty coming up tonight. Pirates baseball the pirates back in action. We've got that action for you. Starting at six forty your home in pires all season long right here on. Espn ninety four point one. Am nine thirty back in action tomorrow with the pirates and of course we've also got hockey action coming up tomorrow as we will have game six between the boston bruins and the new york islanders. That'll be on our sister station. Can't sports ninety three three and thirteen forty but a fun show today and dumb one these in a while. It's just Opportunity for you to be a part of it and we're going to try to get a next week of talking to Volleyball and they've got camp going on soon for for marshall volleyball. That's the thing that's the next thing we got really get into football camp going and going to be. More camps. coaches didn't have an opportunity to do camps these last several months last year. And so that's getting back to where coaches can actually do that for. Maybe a lot of these coaches. That's an important revenue stream to be. Quite honest you get you get supplemental income from doing those camp. So i'm glad it The cancer getting back with you and hopefully promote some them. So i i had that conversation. We're gonna talk volleyball soon. With a with coach. Ara agnes and i basically explained when we were booking that if you wanna come on our aching come on anytime. She wants to to promote her camp. So that's what's coming up in of course a baseball got. I gotta talk base walls. Well i don't want. I do not want to ignore baseball camp for coach wags. So you've got three summer. Prospect camp dates can be wednesdays. And you've got the prospect cancer. June twenty ninth july fourteenth and twenty first position players are one hundred and twenty five dollars. Pitchers are one twenty five and the pitcher and position player. Hundred and fifty campers are going to get a t shirt be held the kennedy center and information of course on her dot com. You wanna be a part of it. That's going to do it for this edition. I appreciate you come back tomorrow. We'll do oliver again here..

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"june" Discussed on Scorpio Today

Scorpio Today

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"june" Discussed on Scorpio Today

"Good morning scorpio. Today sunday june. Six twenty twenty. One mars opposes controlling pluto creating an energetic but as the emotional moon casts are glowing steady torres stagnancy and frustration will melt into his sense of peace look beyond the barriers in front of you. Tranquillity awaits you on the other side. This is scorpio today. Spotify original from podcast when you open your bag. Do you have trouble finding what you're looking for. If so get organized with ziplock brand accessory bags they're stylish and durable and keep your bag neat and tidy us one for cosmetics. Another for tech or jewelry or headphones or any of your must haves and best of all you can use them over and over again spend less time looking for things and more time getting things done with ziplock brand accessory bags available in three collections. Boho chic and charm all with new designs swagger bag with ziplock brand accessory bags. Let's begin your day as the moon moves through torres. Activating your house of unions. Your ruler mars concentrates his energy on your zone of travel philosophy and worldly experience this alignment could inspire you to learn more about a new belief system from someone in your world. Ideological conversations can sometimes bring uncomfortable moments but trust these discussions will lead to more stable ground. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships though you may feel called to have hard conversations with those you love. Mercury retrograde makes it easy for your words to be misconstrued instead. Take a step back and let things unfold organically. Contemplate your path to personal growth has a powerful mars and pluto appeared opposition. He may feel an overwhelming sense of conflict. Perhaps something has challenged your beliefs or forced you to face difficult truth. Whatever the case may be don't be afraid to embrace doubt and discomfort. Anything worth standing for is worth being tested. Have you ever wondered about the stories behind your son. Sign in celebration of the summer solstice. We're delving into the legends that created the zodiac on tales mythical monsters superstitions and mythology. These special episodes kickoff. June fourteenth scorpio. Today it's a daily podcast. Follow on spotify to make it part of your morning routine if you're interested in learning more about your sign. Download the sanctuary app from the apple app and google play stores. Get your astrology. Tarot or psychic readings today and follow sanctuary world on instagram. that's s. anc t. u. a. r. y. w. r. l. d. horoscope today is a spotify original from podcast high listeners. Don't forget that starting july first horoscope today is moving exclusively to spotify now. You can find your daily dose of destiny all in one place to ensure you can still hear this insightful. Content download the spotify app for free and search horoscope today. Choose your sign and give it a follow to start listening. That's it or you can just search for your sign within the spotify app and start following from their remember. It's all free. We appreciate your loyalty and support and look forward to seeing you on spotify..

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"june" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

Silver & Black Pride

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"june" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

"Podcast thanks for being with me is june as jim. I this will be hit the podcast everywhere that we have our podcast nets pretty much everywhere and it'll be unsaid on wednesday so it's june first. Will jones trade talks. You know who knows that. Counting the raiders out anything. I don't really need them. I would be a bit surprised that he if you ended with the raiders. But that doesn't mean anything. i mean. i've been surprised before. But you know what i mean. They say they want first round pick. I don't think i'd give me more than the second. It'd be nervous about that. I i would see the need to go. Get a develop would see edwards develop. You know that's what i wanna see. I think they got enough receivers you. We keep hearing about very series of they have your day jones. The athletic reported that he may be a guy. That has a breakout year. We'll see. I mean he hasn't shown anything yet. Right was it thirty four catches and twenty six games as a raider. come on. but we'll see then there's dylan stone so fun training camp at wide receiver. I think that there is a lot of positions on this team that are filled. And there's not that much needed what's what's needed. You know. maybe some land help backup. Maybe backup offense aligned. Maybe backup free safety to maura. Maybe but that's not bad so there's a lot of holes in the scene is just like. Is this team ready to go. That's is this team ready to compete and it should be. I mean year four. We've talked about that a lot. You might make how to interview with the With the team they put on their youtube and was interesting. I have a a post out in the site. You check it out. I said that merrick is the prototype to what goes bravery wanted free safety. So let's say let's let's let's go. Let's go be fine May talked about the offense aligning. He can use as more athletic. It's also smaller. Maybe that's why it's more athletic. We'll see. I think the key to this team i really do. I mean no doubt about it so you know what we do. Here we go. We just talk quickly in a butcher names and we have fun and don't spend a lot of time we just get in and we would say what we have to say. I give you tidbits of the week. Because i want to make you the smartest raider fans in the nation. And that's what we do know that there's a lot of rankings out there right now. Chris has his top one hundred. Players ranking pete. Crisco knows what he's doing pd cbs sports known for a long time. He has won raider in his top. One hundred Mr darren waller at thirty five said car just missed Jacobs just missed rodney. Hudson former raider dismissed so one out of the hundred best. I mean you want three right at least because that's in thirty two teams times three ninety six. That's one hundred. The chiefs have to adopt five homes. Kelsey five this is on his list. But again pete's pretty smart. I was surprised you know pro. Football focus doing their lists and things they have Kokoska number eighteen. Best linebacker littleton Twenty two. I kinda think those are high. Sometimes they think the raiders rankings or low. I think those guys are a high I think they have that good a year. But we'll see media is going to be out there tomorrow last. Wednesday eighty three of eighty nine raiders. Were there the nfl pa boycotts pretty much. A bus around the league players weren't into it. I don't blame them. You know but whatever. I respect everybody's decision gaag way. Weren't there a couple of other guys. The abl wouldn't worry about those guys being there. You know who knows why they maybe they had. Maybe they will think dinged up. Maybe they had a personal situation. I wouldn't read too much into it. It's voluntary it's fine. It's fine come is fine. We heard from some guys the last week farrell said. We're tired of losing. You know anything about that because they say the stuff all the time. I'm sticking to talk just okay. Tired of losing. Guess what you have. An entire nation of fans. That's tired of the losing start winning and stop talking about it in do it Farrell said that you know bradley. We don't have to think as much he doesn't want you to think as much as his defense he just wants to go. It's supposed to be very simple defense. So we'll see we'll see you know it's an reads system so let's see leave. It works sorry. Report somewhere. And i always try to give credit. Don't couldn't find missile. I'm sorry. I'm not giving whoever credit for that. Maybe robertson is going to play some outside cornerback in addition to slot because bradley may have liked his tape as outside. Cornerback in college for Supposed to be a slot. Guy only.

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"june" Discussed on First Rounders

First Rounders

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"june" Discussed on First Rounders

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"june" Discussed on First Rounders

First Rounders

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"june" Discussed on First Rounders

"Welcome to nature biotechnologies. First rounders podcast. My name is brady hugged. I'm the host of this show since two thousand and thirteen the host. This show. isn't that crazy. We've been doing this That long the guest today. it's big guest. Well they're big guests but carl june. And why is he a big. Because he's a pioneer encarta cell therapy. He's also a co founder of team unity therapeutics and he runs june lab out of the university of pennsylvania We talked about how the vietnam war disrupted. His college plans sent him into the navy. We talked about How the death of his wife actually caused him to look more closely at translational research. This is the second straight guest that has talked about navigating the oceans by the stars. Just by chance craig. Mello talked about that too in episode before this carl talked about if you're doing work that outside the box as he said it's going to be hard to find funding and we talked about Saving emily whitehead's life what that meant to him and her obviously. That's that's in this podcast to. I don't know there's anything else you need to know. i'll have some housekeeping things at the end but for now here. It is your first rounders podcast with carl june. Listen up. oh you're in the office the items that are come in a couple of days two days week bread now. I.

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"june" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"june" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"june" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams

Checking In with Michelle Williams

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"june" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams

"Listen up. This is going to be such a fun. Episode of checking in with michelle williams. I've had a few moments with my guest. June ambrose as it relates to mental health and fashion and there was an episode that we filmed on his show she had on. Vh wild cod style. By june ambrose. I was so insecure. Because i was coming out of well. It'd been a few years. Since i was a solo artist. And no longer touring. They're singing with destiny's child. I was trying to find my style footing outside of the group. How was trying to refine. It actually couldn't refine it. Because i had to define it and june. Ambrose really really helped me with that. Will we found out that it was deeper than defining my fashion sense. We discovered so much fear in me of walking alone doing something by myself so she said to a place where it was a cia trap. He studio where i only thought that. If you're training for gymnastics or the circus that you should only be going to these types of places but going into that trap appease plays when you have to stand on the ledge. I literally burst out in tears. Because i had a revelation that i was scared to take the leap by myself. That was just a personal nugget. I'm just so thankful to june for helping me discover that once again at went beyond anything that she was going to put me in fashion wise. It went beyond anything that surge on the makeup artist was gonna do with my makeup. It went beyond any even. They dyed my hair but none of that mattered. If i was going to continue to walk around with so much fear hours just literally gonna look fierce and be fearful and wanna be fearful some just so thankful to june for helping me take that leap of faith. Now i want to welcome to my podcast. June ambrose and amazing style icon herself but she has made her clients to be celebrity style icons as well especially in the hip hop world for superstars like missy elliott and jay z. And so many more. She's also the creative director for the global brand puma. And when she's not on my podcast she's an n. b. man costume designer for some of the biggest music videos and tv shows. But let me tell you something. She's also just a fabulous friend wife and mother please welcome. I can call her my friend. Y'all please welcome june ambrose. How category. I absolutely absolutely. I really wanted to just speak on your joy. And also the psychology behind your styling. But as i was thinking of people to be on this podcast especially those that are walking their journey to have a better quality of mental health. As said june. Ambrose is always smiling. June ambrose is always full of joy and i was like i never see her in a bad mood and i just wanna know june. How do you keep your joy. It's really exhausting. To be sad it'd be sad instead of the other way around. Yeah like it's. I find that you know i. Smoke is joining that. Were on in life. The cycle we think it's as we're living but it's going very slow but it's actually going really. It's a short trip you know. We're lucky we get a hundred years. You know so. I tried to make everyday count. I try to even on my worst date on on our bed. Dang something happens that may be upsetting or disappointing. I know that it won't that you know there's always a tomorrow. Hopefully yeah if. I want there to be if there isn't gonna make this moment joyful. Yeah i just to tap. And i think since memories really help you to kind of stay happy you know when you tap back into those moments that joint like always tell people that hate taking photos if you feel awkward and uncomfortable in front of a camera tap into like sense memories and think about the feeling the emotion not about. What's in front of you but think about what's inside of you. You know that constant reminder that technique is something that takes practice so if you work on tapping into the joy. When you're in pain you'll be able to call on it even if it doesn't it doesn't sustain you for length of time. At least you know you have the ability to tap into a good feeling. You have that choice now. Some people struggle with not being able to tap into their joy. You know for for many reasons. But i recognize that is one of my superpower so i like to share it and it's just again. It's less exhausting. it's more fun being degi. Hear what she said. Did you get those nuggets. 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"june" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"june" Discussed on KCRW

"June.