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Report: Chiefs' Clark faces felony weapon charge
"Charged with felony possession of an assault weapon, and he is now facing up to three years in prison if convicted, According to the Kansas City Star. Clark has a court hearing next week in Los Angeles and overseas at Wimbledon. Novak Djokovic, ho hum, he
Tribes and Native advocates praise Joe Biden’s actions to reverse many of the Trump Administration’s environmental policies affecting tribal lands
"This is national native news. Making camera in print tony gonzalez tribal advocates are praising president. Joe biden's quick action to reverse the last administration's environmental policies the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports on inauguration day biden took steps to rejoin the paris climate accord. His administration also placed a sixty day moratorium on new leasing and drilling permits on public lands. Biden has also fulfilled campaign promises that were important to tribes including revoking a permit for the keystone xl pipeline. I think there's a sense of indication. Recognition of treaty promises. Matthew campbell is an attorney with the native american rights fund who fought that project on behalf of tribes. In montana and south dakota campbell also represented tribes in the four corners region in their lawsuit opposing the previous administration shrinking of bears ears in grand staircase escalante national monuments. A move biden has pledged to reconsider important first step an important signal that tribal sovereignty will be recognized. The fossil fuel industry is likely to be among biden's biggest detractors. His climate change plan aims to achieve net zero emissions in the us by twenty fifty four national native news. I'm savannah mar reporting for. The story is part of a collaboration between national native news. In the mountain west news bureau native american tribes praised the biden administration this week. For issuing an executive order stopping the keystone excel pipeline but now they're urging additional action to halt other pipeline projects including the dakota access pipeline. The guardian reported the standing rock sioux tribe and the nonprofit earthjustice urged biden in a video to shutdown dapple biden has not made statements on that pipeline but last year when she was a senator vice president kamala harris signed in a mikus brief calling on a judge to shut it down while an environmental impact study was done. Dapple is already transporting half a billion barrels of crude oil daily last week. Seventy five female indigenous leaders sent biden a letter calling for a halt on fossil fuel projects. That threatened the environment. Culture and security of native american lands activist also want the administration to stop construction of line three which would transport canadian tar sands oil across indigenous lands in minnesota in montana this week the state legislature heard three bills that would continue. Efforts launched in two thousand nineteen to address missing and murdered indigenous people. The cut bank pioneer press reports. The bills faced no opposition. One reauthorize task force created in two thousand nineteen and a grant that went to a tribal college to create a database of every missing indigenous person in the state to other bills create a commission to examine cold cases and provide training for search teams and the kansas city star reports. The kansas house of representatives is also considering a bill that would allow the attorney general to coordinate training on murdered and missing indigenous people with tribes. The state bureau of investigation and other law enforcement organizations advocates. Called a good first step. In the philippines eight catholic bishops are calling for an independent investigation into the killings of nine indigenous leaders. The vatican news reports the military claims they were arresting members of the communist new people's army for alleged possession of firearms and explosives and that they resisted but eyewitnesses say. The men were unarmed and offered no resistance. The indigenous leaders were opposing the construction of a dam that would impact indigenous lands. Human rights groups say the government often labels people communists who are fighting for indigenous rights. Also in the philippines indigenous youths may lose a space where they had been sheltering from the military mugabe reports. A group of sixty eight indigenous students and teachers have taken refuge at the university of the philippines and his on city. The campuses of the university have been off limits to military and police under a longstanding packed but the national defense secretary declared an end to that. Pack earlier this month for national native news and making camera
Kansas City Star apologizes for racially biased coverage
"A huge retraction over the way that it treated African Americans over the decades. Jazz legend Charlie Bird. Parker was a native of Kansas City. But the first bit of Syria's information that the Kansas City Star gave him was when he died in 1955. Now the stars coming clean about that and other pieces in which it mistreated black citizens in his coverage, the paper says. For most of its 140 year history, blacks were rarely mentioned in anything but crime stories, and the paper saw itself as one written by for and about white. The papers. Current president and editor says he is stunned. How badly the star covered the city's black residents, and he notes, many other newspapers would find the same result. If they look through their archives. I'm Oscar Wells, Gabriel. Bird. Parker was
Kansas City newspaper reckons with its racial mistreatment
"The Kansas city newspapers issued a huge attraction over the way that he treated African Americans over the decades jazz legend Charlie bird Parker was a native of Kansas city but the first in a series information of the Kansas city star gave him was when he died in nineteen fifty five now the star is coming clean about that and other pieces in which it mistreated black citizens in this coverage the paper says for most of the two hundred and forty year history blacks were rarely mentioned in anything but crime stories and the paper saw itself as one written by for and about whites the paper's current president and editor says he is stunned at how badly the star cover the city's black residents and he knows many other newspapers would find the same result if they look through their archives I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"kansas city star" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Guess who's coming up next? I don't always know tired. How is what she says. Like like like she's, uh, it's you know, social producer David Tell me this phrase code talking. When you're around somebody that doesn't look like you talk like that, because you know how to act around them, which shows you got a problem with race. Um, that's where Hillary does when she's in a black church high, Always no ways, tired. Yeah. He's coming up. Next you go. 000 wait. No. She's not going to cough throughout half the thing because it's all edited no seriously. So unfortunately, couldn't record her whole candidacy last year, right at four years ago. If they could have recorded the whole thing pre recorded her whole candidacy, she would have won. Right. Like the DNC pre recorded all we're going to destroy the Democrats with R D R and C next week, because unless we choose to do it like this garbage Look, they're showing the kids in the cages that Obama built that Mrs Hussein Obama talked about my husband build those cages and Trump had the test You use My husband's cages that he built to put those illegals in. You know what I heard about last night? I heard And I've invited this guy on the show. Ah black columnist out spoken A guy who is a sports guy, but he also is a political guy. Social Jason Whitlock used to be a huge star with the Kansas City Star back when I was in Middle Missouri doing a talk show 20 years ago. And Jason talked about what Obama did and what everybody else did these past two nights. The Democrats are telling the black kids that they cannot get pulled over by a cop without getting killed. That they're getting murdered. Whatever they do, they have no chance and that there's no hope for them. And that means that if there's no hope, why would you want to aim for something? Why would you want to strive for something instead? Give up, Go on the streets and loot and rob and steal because you can never get ahead. Jason says where I love it. I didn't know about him. This is what I really want to get him on Associate producer executive producer Douglas and he's working on it because he said, something that I touched me deeply to is that Jason talk about his faith throughout the whole thing a little bit here and there sprinkled it in. He's like my parents raised me with faith. And they gave me a hope and something to go for, and these folks are telling you there's no chance because he's a black guy. You know to like They're telling this with black kids. There's no chance there's no hope and you're going to be killed. Just by being a black person, so they're literally ruining their hope and their chances and telling them we're all that can save you. It really is what the former head of the GP and Garland said member he wrote his book called Runaway Slave. Andi said. It's like a plantation. Getting off the plantation when he learned about what it's like with these Democrats when he wanted to stand up against abortion, because God says I knew you. Ah, but when I knew you and when I needed you, I knew I needed you. I'm getting a messed up will I find you before I needed you in your mother's womb on DH. So he was told. Drop it or you're off. You're out and so that, he said in his own words. He became a runaway slave. He got out and, ah! Boy that didn't go too well for him. So we're gonna have we have Billy, I'll ish. This is horrible. I'm going to tell my daughter who loves Billy, I'll ish her brother Finn Ius, But what do you expect? You'll never see my my favorite. The Rolling Stones. Mick Jagger performing Arar. It seek adventure. Mick is a socialist, but I still like I still love the band. Okay, let's play Billy eyelash. She just You don't need me to tell you things are a mess. Donald Trump is destroying. I control everything you care about composite possible Only if she is what 18 22. And she lived and I'm not. I love what I've heard. You know, liberals could be right and some things you know. Like I know, some that are good about would be with their personal money issues and saving and extorting their house and their cars and wise with, you know, but but this this is a young girl. I mean, she has no she's doing She just started driving a few years ago. This is like me when I was an idiot. The first person voted for Bill Clinton. You know that. Second time I didn't vote for him. But the first time was when, first time I could vote I voted for because I felt all cool. That's what this is right here. Play the rest of this slop Orange man bed. We need leaders who will solve problems like climate change and cove. It not deny them. Fight against systemic racism and inequality, and that starts by voting for someone who understands how much is that in old men? Someone who's building the team that shares our values? It starts with voting against Donald Trump and four Joe Biden did that's it. OK, OK, so she supported the crime bill that put all these black people in jail? She supported Kamala Harris. Putting black black men and women in jail tremendously, even a weak cases, even on cases that her Her assistant. Prosecutors said she pressured them even other weak so it can make the numbers look good..
Episode 85, Apple updates to macOS Catalina 10.15.6 and launches new audio and news features - burst 1
"In this episode, we will discuss the recently released Mac Os. Catalina ten point fifteen point six update which introduces local news audio features in the Apple News along with improving the security and reliability of your Mac. This update, which is now available for downloading introduces several new features for Apple News and Apple News plus including audio stories of some of the most read feature stories from Apple News plus a daily audio news briefing hosted by Apple News Editors and curated local news collections, beginning in five cities and regions and expanding to more areas in the future. Apple News is also adding more top local and regional news outlets for readers and subscribers including the Charlotte Observer, the Miami Herald and the news in observer, which is located in Raleigh. North Carolina. Lauren Kern editor in chief of Apple News said the following about the new features. Apple News showcases so much great journalism and we're excited to help bring it to life in new ways with Apple News. Plus audio stories and a new Daily News Show Apple News today. We also greatly value are many local news. Partners are new local news feature highlights work for readers who live and are interested in those communities finished Kern. Let's delve deeper into some of the new features. Apple announced including Apple News plus audio stories. Beginning with the update Apple News will produce about twenty audio stories a week across a wide range of interests. Narrated by professional voice actors these are audio versions of some of the best feature reporting and long form pieces published by esquire essence. Fast Company G Q New York magazine sports illustrated. Time Vanity Fair Vo wired and more and newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times and the Wall Street Journal audio stories are now available to Apple News plus subscribers in the US. Apple News plus is available in the US for nine dollars ninety nine cents. And for International Listeners Canada for twelve, ninety nine a month, the UK for nine, ninety, nine, a month and Australia for fourteen, ninety nine a month. Customers can sign up for a free one-month trial in the plan automatically renews after the trial and. Through family. Sharing up to six family members can share one apple, news plus subscription. I use family sharing, and for some. It's a great bargain. Next features are to apple news today with Apple. News today, a daily audio news briefing Apple News Editors and Co host guide listeners to some of the most fascinating stories in the news, and how the world's best journalists are covering them. Apple News today is free to all listeners available mornings Monday through Friday directly in the news APP in the US and apple podcasts. Productivity is a huge interest to me, and this is another way to learn the topics of the day. I am preparing for work or listening throughout the day. Audience Stories and Apple News. Today can both be found in a newly added audio tab located at the bottom of the news app where listeners can manage their Q. and get personalized recommendations both new audio features are available I. Phone, Ipod, touch and carplay. Apple Awful introduced support for the news APP in Carplay, so users can listen to audio stories and Apple News today while driving. Users will be able to sink listening progress across devices start listening to an audio story with carplay from your iphone and pick up listening to a reading it later at home. Also new is curated local news apple news introduced a new curated local news experience, currently available in the San Francisco Bay Area Houston Los Angeles New York and San Francisco featuring a variety of content from a diverse collection of local publishers, including a major newspaper in each city and region. Local news collections and Apple News include coverage of topics most important to local communities, such a sports dining and restaurants whether news and politics and more with curation by local apple news editors as well as personalization for each user. There is now even more local news apple news recently added even more top, local and regional newspapers. Do the Apple News plus catalog! A subscription to Apple News, plus in the US now includes access to the Charlotte Observer, the Idaho Statesman, the Kansas City Star the Miami, herald the news and observer and the state from Columbia South Carolina in Canada. Leading french-language newspaper lay divorce is now available to Apple News plus subscribers and the Globe and Mail. One of the country's most prestigious national newspapers will be available to subscribers later this summer. 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Newspaper chain McClatchy files for bankruptcy protection
"Newspaper chain McClatchy which publishes thirty newspapers including the Miami Herald in the Kansas city star said yesterday that it had filed for bankruptcy protection McClatchy said it's newspaper will continue to operate as normal as it reorganizes under chapter eleven it hopes to emerge from bankruptcy protection in a few months as a private company with majority ownership by a hedge fund that's both its largest shareholder and debt holder to doing so well and a hundred and sixty years of family control of McClatchy is the newspaper chain files for bankruptcy so perhaps Egon in Ghostbusters was correct print
Kansas City: Newspaper Publisher McClatchy Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
"More bad news for the newspaper industry this morning McClatchy has filed for bankruptcy protection a publisher which puts out dozens of papers nationwide like the Miami Herald in the Kansas city star cloud she's thirty local news rooms will continue to operate as usual during re organization under chapter eleven bankruptcy earlier this week as we first reported Tribune publishing offered buyouts to reporters at the Hartford current the second such move in two
"kansas city star" Discussed on KOMO
"Yesterday by police in a late the Kansas the Kansas city star reports that she is charged with second degree murder and is jailed on a half a million dollars bond it wasn't immediately clear if she had an attorney who would comment on her behalf looking at other headlines on this day did you bother to make a new year's resolution this year are you going to stick with it this time around if you did ABC Jim Ryan as a result of a new survey and spoke with como's Taylor band seis GM water Americans trying to accomplish or improve upon and twenty twenty well a couple of things in this really doesn't change your your killer it is trying to get a little help you're trying to lose a little bit away and trying to save a little bit of money that given that the unemployment rate is historically low stock market is super high and the economy seems to be cook along just fine this might be a good time to start creating a bit of money talking away just a little bit you tweak baby each month and that add on to that by the end of the year you'll have a nice savings account going and they have a buffer just in case the unthinkable happens and you do lose your job so yeah those those two things are at work right now that they are interconnected of course it wouldn't be easy if you you know feel like you your finances are doing well you you might be more inclined to get help your own and vice versa so that tied the two things together but don't touch on realistic goals that you can't reach them take you know take little bites at a time and and work on it slowly and and by the middle of the year look back and see how you've done okay Jim us it's very positive that message but I know that I only really stick with my resolutions for a month at most to many of us fall through your long well unfortunately no Hey you know that the expectation is that that forty percent of the resolutions that we make it by the end of the year our call on and most people have moved on to something else but if you can kind of track your progress that also helps if you have.
"kansas city star" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Age out of foster care for the Kansas city star this is NPR news it's morning edition on WNYC in New York I'm Richard hake good morning it's thirty three degrees some freezing rain right now in New York City we do expect periods of rain today highs near thirty degrees it'll feel colder with the wind wind chill values between twenty five and thirty twenty percent chance of showers later tonight in a twenty percent chance of snow tomorrow WNYC is supported by FX presenting the FX original movie a Christmas Carol a dark and modern retelling of the holiday tale from Charles Dickens a Christmas Carol premieres this Thursday at seven thirty PM on FX the New York Philharmonic celebrating the holiday season with Handel's messiah conducted by Harry Beckett now through December twenty first at David Geffen hall tickets at NY filled daughter work this is W. N. Y. C. ninety three point nine FM AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly members of the house rules committee are meeting today to set the parameters for tomorrow's impeachment debate the house will consider two articles of impeachment against president trump abuse of power and obstruction of Congress they stem from his July phone call with Ukraine's president a yes vote would shift impeachment to the Senate for trial a new survey shows Americans typically pay two to six times more for prescription drugs than people in other countries and P. R. Sydney love can reports the survey examine the prices of eleven drugs in the U. S. and abroad in twenty seventeen her bony which cures most hepatitis C. infections in three months cost less than fifteen thousand dollars a month in Germany in the west it's double that at thirty one thousand a drug called Enbrel which is commonly used to treat autoimmune disorders like arthritis costs six times more in the U. S. than it does in South Africa only one drug kaleidoscope was more expensive in another country in United Arab Emirates to cost more than thirty two thousand dollars versus just under twenty four thousand in the US the survey was done by the international federation of health plans which includes health insurers from all over the world signup can NPR news the FBI says a man charged in connection with traces of mercury spilled in three Houston parking lots broke into a lab and stole the material dozens of people in Texas had to be decontaminated this is NPR news from Washington this is W. NYC in New York on Richard hake.
"kansas city star" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The card don't store guides I do like that idea ability of Goldie Grady I like the idea of a friend named goal the ecological the B. C. C. dot levantar shoal with this store guides only SPM radio it is diverse straight docket is brought to you by straight talk wireless V. to retail news was certainly probably the biggest news item last week it was interesting because I heard this morning on goal looking lingo Brooke prior right for the Kansas city star and let me just say in the French are front end of this that the and many times was as good as anyone on the network on the show last week right when the to retail news broke the NFL did a four month investigation there will be no suspension for to retail they'll be able to participate in training camp will be able to participate in everything and now there are talks as to whether or not the teacher to Saddam long term and so on and so forth I am with me not that I don't know how you the NFL listen to that audio tape the entire audio tape give a four game suspension to ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith or emotional abuse listen to that and not give some sort of suspension beat a game to game for four games to to retail but that's the decision that the NFL may after their four month investigation they concluded no suspension and I think most people disagree with it or at the very least perplexed and confused by so I'm going to win this morning Brooke prior came on because they were talking about the reaction in Kansas city the reaction of G. fat and Brooke prior who was follow this again she is a journalist for the Kansas city star she writes for them she has followed this story since day one she covers the cheats they had arrived to talk about what the reaction was in Kansas city and here's what she had to say well I think the national reaction is surprised and shocked that it that he wasn't suspended or or anything I think locally people feel vindicated because he was and that and they feel like now you know the path to the Superbowl is that much clearer for the team having tiring hello available for the entire season and I fully expect that when that you play there even though the home opener that they're going to be a chance of of Tyree as soon as you step on the field catches the ball so they feel vindicated that they feel like a we told you so we told you so we told you so and then she went on to say a little bit later on that they weren't excitement would be the the words celebrating but certainly chief fans works cited and so now what's happening here is you have fan bases from other cities criticizing the chief fan base for being excited for feeling vindicated you have members of the media who are now ripping the chiefs fan base for feeling vindicated for being excited that to retail is not going to miss a single second apply unless he gets injured and I never understood why fan bases and the media get mad at a fan base because they got their way even though we all think that to retail should probably be sitting for a game or two ever go Joe get now the Kansas City Chiefs fan basin you know can we pause for a minute and think about the kid that was involved the thick about the lady that was involved and and think about everyone that was involved and I understand all that but media members need to realize other fan bases I get it right if it's your fan base if it's your guy you'll celebrate if another fan base celebrates a guy like to retail not getting a suspension you will crush them I get it roster got this out there okay but the media that is puzzling to me how do you want fans to react the fed please don't take this the wrong way the fans don't care about that family they don't care about the kids they don't care about to retail they don't they care about how to re kill makes them feel and how we make them feel every Sunday is very very good and how we make them feel overall is that they have a really good shot of making it to a Superbowl and if they get their wedding that Superbowl and that's all that fans care about not every fan but most fans they care about themselves they care about how that player and that team makes them feel they don't care what you think they don't care about that kid they don't care about the girlfriend they don't care about to re kill they care about how to re kill makes them feel every Sunday they have their own set of problems and for a minute three kill makes their problems go away and that's all they care about and the discussion and media members repaired she fed or being happy that's a retail is not going to miss a single play get out of here I seriously are you get again here you're gonna get mad at she's fed who don't care about three killed who only care about themselves and their feel good your to get mad at them because they're relieved to feel vindicated that's a retail is not gonna miss a single second of a single game I get criticized she said so that because of the retail is a jet I'd be happy as well maybe I disagree with the rolling but to re kills point sixteen football game for me and I'm sorry selfishly that's what I care about that is 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Prosecutor: Criminal investigation of Chiefs' Hill inactive
"An update on the ongoing investigation regarding chiefs wide receiver tyreek hill. Prosecutors in Johnson county are not actively working a criminal investigation into. Possible child abuse involving the Kansas City wide receiver while the criminal case is not currently being pursued there is a continuing investigation into the matter by the Kansas department for children and families. The NFL has also begun an investigation, but a league spokesman told the Kansas City star on Friday that the NFL was waiting for permission from the DCF to interview hill.
Chiefs Owner Clark Hunt 'Deeply Disturbed' by Audio Discussing Tyreek Hill Abuse
"Chain. Oh disturbing audio release this week of Kansas City star wide receiver tyreek hill talking with his fiancee, crystal Espinel about him allegedly abusing their three year old son. And now, the Johnson county district attorney in Missouri plans to take another look launched criminal investigation in March after their son suffered a broken arm later. The Johnson county district attorney announcing they would not press charges. We believe that a crime has occurred. However, the evidence in this case does not conclusively establish who committed this crime. The recording was given to the local TV station by Espino, she allegedly called the tape in insurance policy hill does not admit to breaking his son's arm. But the team has consumed that ABC's Zachary quiche the chiefs have suspended hill from all team.
"kansas city star" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"This chiefs video are emerging. If you're just joining us a video was released this morning and TMZ that shows the star running back for the Kansas City Chiefs Kareem hunt appearing to strike a woman in the hallway of Cleveland hotel. There's an altercation he has to be held back. It is all explain a read what the Kansas City star says the video reveals it says in the video hunt is seen coming out of a room and talking to a woman off camera when she approached him he shoved her when another man came out of the hotel room and tried to intervene hunt continued to lunge towards the woman as more people came into the hallway hunt had to be restrained. Several times as he made advances towards the woman and other people at one point he appeared to knock to people over with the shove, including the woman. He initially shopped at the end of the video hunt kicks the woman as she's crouched on the ground. That's the Kansas City star explanation. Mason I've seen the video it is incredibly damning. I we both agree. We don't think he can play again this year, and maybe into parts of NEC's very well could be but Mace more details are emerging as this story has gone viral. According to two different sources, one of the police reports claims, and you tell me if this changes anything that. The woman was kicked out of the hotel room, the -partment, whatever it is. And when she was kicked out that the men in the room say they kicked both girls out because they found out. They were nineteen right women say they were kicked out because they wouldn't do more with the men. But. What's in the police report? Is that this girl that is is striving to be her name is Abby, right? She yells at Kareem hunt. Blank you in word, you ain't 'Swampy yells at him that the N word loud. And he reacts to it. Does that change anything? No. Yeah. I don't think so either. No. You know, there's no excuse for hitting a woman, and by the way, when you can when you see this video you will notice another girl, a friend of Abby apparently or somebody who was with the group filming this on her cell phone. Yeah. So even if the surveillance video didn't get leaked today. This this girl is filming it on her cellphone and Kareem hunt. Kick her anyway. Yeah. Just complete loss of control. Yeah. Now what we are trying to determine and the NFL has not reacted either. Have the chiefs we are trying to determine you pointed out earlier Steve that the police investigated this back in February when it happened. It's in a hotel in Cleveland. Yup. And they elected not to press charges. So no charges were filed against Kareem hunt. What we don't know is did the police see the video. We are all seeing today have the chiefs. Gene, it has had the NFL if they did this could run much farther than just disciplined for Kareem hunt. If the NFL knew about this video and decided not to discipline hunt. When they've already suspended Zeki Elliott for six games, Ben Rothlisberger for four games. They've suspended players who were not caught on tape and for them to look the other way on this. I think I would run up to the top of the film. You throw something else. I mean, the NFL investigated this incident. This incident was known to have taken place did the NFL not fine. Did they not look for the security the surveillance video if not shame on them shame. If they did not they they investigated this situation already back during the summer. Didn't they say let see the surveillance video or did? They bury the surveillance video. I think in the Ray rice case, nobody knew there was a video. So. So when that video came out of said, you know, Ray rice was telling one story his his wife's name is Janie the one he punched she was telling a story. And then when the video came out everybody saw exactly what happened. So that if you're going down the right path, though, the questions about this video is. When when did anybody see it? And how long ago because that changes everything that implicates a whole bunch of other people if the police saw it why didn't they filed charges what's their explanation?.
"kansas city star" Discussed on Latino USA
"Khobar was involved with drafting Arizona's infamous SB ten seventy better known as the show me your papers law as well as a similar law in Alabama co box resume also includes helping to craft and defend anti immigrant ordinances for number of towns across the country. An investigation co published by Republicans and the Kansas City star found that Kobe made a lot of money doing this. But the towns that hired him often didn't fare so. Well. I'm joined by propublica. Journalists Jessica whose men to talk about her investigation. So where did your kind of interest in Chris co Bach where did your interest begin? I started covering elections right before the two thousand sixteen election, and he was sort of a minor player in the two thousand sixteen election, and that he was one of those people that talked a lot about voter fraud. But he wasn't that big of a deal. And then as soon as he became the Commissioner for Trump's voter fraud commission. I started paying very close attention to him. President Trump launching a new commission on election integrity, the move coming after President Trump raise questions about why spread voter fraud in the two thousand sixteen election. He is a person that just has very extreme ideas about the way voting should work who should be able to vote and the way that administrator should go about securing the vote, and so that Trump was putting him in charge of the voter fraud. The commission was very indicative of the direction of that commission. We do know that there's a very large number, and it'll be impossible to ever know what the exact number is of non-citizen millions. Right. I think it probably was. A million. I realized that the vast majority of his views on boating's stem from his views on immigration, as you know. I've been fighting this tough, he'll he'll immigration in cities and states across the country. It's a no brainer. If you really want to create jobs for Americans we need to start aggressively enforcing our immigration laws and looking after our own citizens. I if you look at the DACA amnesty, people talking about is if this is an amnesty for some kids. Now, the average age of twenty four these are illegal aliens in their twenties and thirties Ville, we would be legalizing almost a million of them to compete against our kids. So tell us a little bit about crisco Bach and his background like where is it that he starts getting these hardline views on immigration. You know, it's it's kind of hard to nail down. He has given a couple of different answers to this question. Most recently he has said that his strong stance on immigration came from understanding that the people who carried out nine eleven we're in the country on visas that maybe they shouldn't have had nineteen individuals all aliens Alva came in legally, but then five of the nineteen became illegal. Chris Khobar grew up in Topeka. He was valedictorian of his high school class and went to Harvard, then he went to Yale for law school, and he also has a PHD from Oxford Susan, very educated, man. And while he was at Harvard. He studied under a professor who had very extreme ideas on democracy. I'm going to take awhile guest and say that that professor Samuel hunting. Genton? It is Samuel Huntington who I interviewed did you? Yes. So then I mean, you know, what has these are? He thinks that I think he calls it the Latino ization of America. And he says that that's going to lead to a downfall of American culture. And that person was crisco box mentor at Harvard. And so he has never said that this person shaped his views particularly radically these number claimed that but they track pretty closely with the work that he did at Harvard under this professor. So how does it happen when you're looking into the background of crisco Bach that you start making some connections around anti immigrant? Fear radical issues, and Chris Kobuk actually making money off of some of the policies that he ends up basically creating supporting right? So his first real job with government was after George W Bush got elected he chew and the department of Justice and what he did for the department of. Justice was create a system that tracked Muslim men of a certain age. You mean this was the the Muslim registry. That was crisco Baku created this. Yeah, he was very involved in creating Matt and getting it off the ground..
"kansas city star" Discussed on Download
"Material podcast right here on relay FM and I have been working for him working for him working with him for so long. I may be working for him. Now in the pay of big, not co, it's India nut Co. Hello, Jason. It's always been. A collaboration has been at just like the Beatles. You needed the producers and all the people who are in the studio, and sometimes you're in the studio, and sometimes you were in the in the booth. And I hope we passed the audition also here digital journalists at the Kansas City star return and guest as well. Liepa Sarah. Hello. Hello, good to have you back. It's good to be back and Steven hack. It's here to Delo producer who puts this show together with me every single week. Stephen, I was in my workshop this morning sanding and sawing and gluing. And now. We have show document, wow, I did not know it was made entirely of wood a car of the whole thing out while people think it's over the top. But I the distance for you that well, it's good that this is a handcrafted podcast I do like that about. I am concerned that you were spending too much time on the show document now, but the the results are obvious and we should dive in to it. It's a grab bag kind of week. We got a lot of different stuff going on. Pugh topics to to blow through one of them is what Steven has termed. Sad, smartphone news. The essential essential company founded by Andy Rubin who created Android this week. It was reported by Bloomberg. I believe that the company has cut thirty percent of its staff which had been about one hundred twenty people before the off. The cuts were across different teams affecting hardware, marketing and sales. The layoffs a few months after the company scrapped plans for a smart homes, speaker and plans for a second Android powered phone. It had previously been reported the company which had raised three hundred million dollars to produce its first phone had been put up for sale. That essential phone. You may remember famous for having one of the first notch full screen smartphone displays in the industry. It ran close to stock Android, but it was a little bit buggy and camera behind those found in other products that had a high price. And the company is said to be working on a new smaller phone that can automate responses to things like incoming messages without needing to bother the user. So there's, there's that story and essential and then the other story is about poem it. I'll. Wrap that into this segment, everybody remembers poem. Stephen was a big pump, and I think I used poem stuff for years and years after the company died in the wake of the whole web poem, pre era, it's off. We ended up hiring a bunch of smart devices. Bill by g including TV's, using web west. Now, Palm's name is now back just the name foam maker called TCL has the rights to that name now and it's.
"kansas city star" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"All the time Wow wow and the crazy thing about that is it's even more interesting than it seems it's built in as. Its own thing interesting that he's freaking out in the wide receiver room by people, sitting out practice but there's a confrontation later in the episode that I think was the defining moment of this episode that was. About this topic so I think what's happening is Hugh is holding certain players out because they're too, valuable to practice and it's obviously ticking off certain players in the team taking off certain Essen coaches later on, in this episode he's challenged by Todd Haley on this, and basically, says you know I thought the same thing when I was, in your chair but now that I'm, in my chair, I know it's it seems like there's this weird disconnect in there right. From the, start and again they HBO has the power. To, edit this. However, they want. Right that's true but it seems like there's a disconnect right away right from the start of camp, between Hugh. Jackson everybody else and, I gotta say I'm not surprised. About that one why is he? Still even coach. He's a joke how did I? Liked Todd Haley and I told us on the air a lot where I went to, dinner, and Reverend sir During the show with a bunch of writers the Kansas City star, I was, there and Scott Pelley and Todd Haley but Todd, rubs people the, wrong way just he didn't get along with. Rothlisberger, that. Well in Pittsburgh and he's an edgy guys area got it I like him and he over compensates because he was. A golfer he didn't play football he's a golfer and his dad he's like a, day day I was a big football guy what was your impression of them the show you like him was impressive how you. Come on I like him but again you keep commenting I like old school type guy he's a, gruff guy but in this particular meeting and again this is just my reading of the way HBO presented it, but I think he was basically standing up for the, entire rest, of the assistant coaching staff by saying something and I think, you said something as gently as he, could to to, Hugh knowing you didn't wanna hear it I think he I forget how. He phrased, it something like you can't live in your. Fears, something like. That, is what. He's he can't keep guys at a practice when we have work to do because you're afraid of, something and. That kind of rubs, you the wrong way it was. Really interesting and Hugh kind of? Came down on. The you know I know what? I'm doing on the head coach you're the assistant but the weird thing and this is that Obviously Todd Haley, was a lot more. Successful head coach still not hugely. Successful I'd coach for a. Lot more successful than one in. Thirty one Hugh so it's just? A weird thing for you to pull that move like when? I was in, your chair, but now I'm. The head coach knowing full well. What Haley's background is, hues of bummed do can, we just, say he's a bomb man Todd Haley look sick to his, stomach after he dismissed it any even had to kind of apologize Hugh did this after you shut it down, he said has anybody have any objections speak now or forever hold your piece and is he's looking at Hailey. And Hayley kinda, has to apologize and be like. Yeah well I mean I still think we're. On the right track all things. Considered and it looked to me again is heavy interpretation it looked to me like Haley's already nervous. About his job in his trust with you which. Is a disaster because buzzer the quarterback room yes and all the, investments they've, made in the now this is the receiving corps, with ever Carlos, hides the running back they brought in there Their there Baker Mayfield now you want to hear. About Baker I want both guys leave on this is the. Positive, thing, Baker I I think bigger still coming across embarrass. Impressive guy he did this cool thing where he bought a trailer. For camp that's the, quarterback, room. Quote unquote that's a, QB trailer which I think they all especially tyrod really pumped about tyrod seems to be very supportive and open to this..
WWE, Justin Verlander and Billy Joel discussed on Joel Riley
"Back in the, WWE hall of fame after getting kicked out for using the n.. Word HOGAN game was removed in two thousand fifteen right after he dropped the expletive multiple. Times in an angry, rant about his daughter dating? A black man, the WWE saying in a statement. He issued multiple apologies and, completed community, service during his time Kate Upton and Justin Verlander. Are having a baby at Twenty-six-year-old Sports Illustrated, model posting a picture on Instagram where she revealed the pregnancy and. The caption, it read pregnant in Miami and also, tagged her, husband Houston Astros pitcher Justin, Verlander Billy Joel will be marking his. One hundred concert at Madison Square Garden in New York City he signed on to do his residency at, the garden and twenty thirteen and has since. I and a one year contract with the Philadelphia Phillies to, place citizens, Bank park Michelle Obama. Showing her support for Jay z and beyond say the former first lady and her youngest daughter. Sasha Obama attended the couple's concert in Paris France they were spotted hanging out with Beyonce as mother beyond saying Jay z are on their second on the run stadium tour Kenny Chesney, continuing, a set, in, Kansas, City after apparently, hurting, his, ankle the Kansas City star says the accident happened roughly halfway through the nearly two hour show and, the country music megastar was invisible pain his, trip. Around the sun tour wraps up at the end of August, in Foxborough Massachusetts that's entertainment Jennifer purple sunny NBC News Radio.
"kansas city star" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The eve of president trump's summit with vladimir putin senator john cornyn is blasting the russian leader putin is an autocrat he's a thug he does not respect the rule of law obviously doesn't respect our democracy and wants to undermine it at every every chance he gets gordon tells face the nation he thinks the president is conflicting muller probe into what he calls a witch hunt the president's in helsinki for the summit and correspondent mike cremedas has what he's tweeting the president tweeted quote much of our news media is indeed the enemy of the people and all the dem's know how to do is resist and obstruct this is why there is such hatred and dissension in our country but at some point it will he'll suspect in the shooting of three police officers in kansas city missouri is now believed to have barricaded himself inside a house officers were this whole rifles have blocked off the area the kansas city star is reporting that worshippers at a nearby church were urged to leave as soon as they could mike moore you're listening to buffalo takes policy and power with amy morris and peter barnes on bloomberg radio as we head into the november midterms us lawmakers say our elections are safer from hacking than they were two years ago but that there are still threats of foreign interference to the election system and a senate rules committee hearing chairman roy blunt of missouri discussed the threat during the two thousand sixteen election cycle state and local officials were tested like they had not been tested before and even after the election were more aware of the threats that were out there and there need to have better information about those threats and more help as to how to deal with them ken doyle senior editor of the bloomberg government money and politics report he joins us now for more on this story from our bloomberg ninety nine one studios in washington and ken the security of the election system is better but the system is not totally secure what kind of holes did they discuss at this hearing yeah they discussed the well it's better because of awareness of the problem mainly it's not i mean there wasn't a lot of discussion of the kind of technical side vulnerabilities and things like that the fact that the russians were were interested in potentially hacking elections is something we didn't know in two thousand sixteen it was only known after the election that department of homeland security said that russian russian interests had looked at sort of check the locks on are things like voter registration databases in twenty one states and basically assessed whether they could get into our system in hack now their conclusion was that that didn't happen in two thousand sixteen but that it was something that needs to be carded against in future elections and there are things that are being done i think on the technical side to try monitor for this and that was some of that is really not known specifically or maybe most of us wouldn't even understand that if if we didn't know it but the but the fact that election officials in state and local jurisdictions know about this and are looking for is what's new and that's what that's what we have no no specific vulnerabilities came up in the conversation the key message was at this time around at least election authorities are aware of the threat of potential foreign i talked to senator amy klobuchar after the hearing the the ranking democrat on the rules committee has been one of the most active people on this issue and she said she made two point she said the first of all the awareness of state and local election officials of possible hacking is very important they're now looking for it where they weren't looking for it before so there are less vulnerable because of that the other point that she made us at the federal level that both republican and democratic senators really are at the point where they recognize that this happened in two thousand sixteen the russians did look at our vulnerabilities with an eye possibly towards doing something in the future and so despite president trump's kind of equivocating about whether there was a russian meddling were how significant was she thought that in congress at least people take this seriously and.
NATO ambassador says Trump to "encourage" Putin to change behavior at meeting
"The us is shrugging off north korea's out of hand dismissal of recent arms talk while secretary of state pompey oh left pyongyang sounding upbeat north korea issued an angry statement rejecting what it described as washington's gangster liked demand for rapid nuclear disarmament pompeii owes reaction to that in tokyo aim counting on chairman kim to be determined to follow through on the commitment that he may and so if those requests were gangster like there the the world is a gangster ralph costs are is president of pacific forum at an expert on north korea as part of a drawn out process and i don't believe the north koreans are serious about giving up all their nuclear capabilities tom foty cbs news washington nato ambassador kay bailey hutchinson says president trump will encourage russian president vladimir putin to change his country's behaviors at an upcoming summit in finland she spoke with cbs's face the nation yes we should be talking to vladimir putin and many of our allied nations do as well but it is to try to bring them in the tent instead of just constantly seeing them do these things that are attempting to disrupt us but will not hutchison's comments come as mr trump heads to the annual nato meeting in brussels this week he's expected to step up pressure on allied partners to spend more on defense budgets wbz news time four eleven boston's long road trip away from fenway concludes this after noon but the socks and action of kansas city here for a look at the action and the scoreboard wbz's chris pharma and the ace hticket dot com sports studio middle innings now garo top of the six the red sox have one man on and two outs with andrew benintendi coming to the plate and the or v rain royals rather have gone to the bullpen boston up in this one four three there runs courtesy of eduardo nunez steve pearce and he'd fill meyer the kansas city star to who walked mitch moreland with the bases loaded in the fifth that's the last batter he faced in his first major league start zander bogart's then followed with the sacked fly against casey reliever glenn sparkman he's the guy being lifted right now royals runs came in the third and the fourth of third a two run double by whore haven fico albert del monte had the other rbi in the fourth rick portillo doesn't have his best stuff but he's in position for the win after five innings three run seven hits and six strikeouts so right now again it's the sixth inning top half one on two out and the socks in front four three so exports to make a couple of roster moves before the game christian vasquez brian johnson to the d l call up right handed pitcher william cuevas ryan brazier in the a l s yankees beat the blue jays in extra innings to tampa limited the mets digest two hits and nine nothing victory for the razor who take two of three from new york.
"kansas city star" Discussed on AP News
"The kansas city star's the services are planned for thursday at our lady of perpetual help redemptorist church her father says it's the same church where spades grandparents wed spade was fifty five was found dead by suicide on june fifth in her new york city home she had a teenage daughter and husband in lieu of flowers the families asked for donations to the american society for the prevention of cruelty to animals or kansas city animal shelter sunscreen pills were called shady by the food and drug administration earlier this year and now as ap's julie walker reports senator chuck schumer is calling on the agency to pull them from the market altogether fda already put out a warning about sunscreen pills saying they don't give the needed protection and telling companies to stop marketing them this way but senator chuck schumer says that's not enough and wants them them off the market i am burning mad the fats are anything but cloudy these pills don't protect you and the fda says the fda says there's no pill that can replace sunscreen and that skin cancer is the most common cancer in the us right now an estimated one in five americans are at risk of developing it in their lifetime julie walker new york more people are speaking out on the issue of separating children from parents entering the us illegally ap's surely smith reports that includes the current first lady and a former first lady first lady melania trump said through her spokeswoman that we need to be a country that follows all laws but also one that governs with hart former first lady laura bush called the policy cruel and immoral gop senator susan collins expressed concern about it democratic representative adam schiff of california says the administration is using the grief the tears the pain of these kids as mortar to build our walls and former advisor to president trump anthony scaramucci says he thinks the issues going to hurt the president at some point shirley smith washington there places you visit and places you behold full of natural wonders that beckon with the promise of a feeling you haven't felt in a long time a food and you're in the right place immersed in a moment you never want to it's here in west virginia from lush rolling hills to quiet streams and unexpected adventures a place full of mystery and endless fascination a place that's.
Officers were sent to wrong house before Mo. cops's fatal shooting
"Terrible mistake plunged three missouri police officers into a dangerous and what turned out to be a deadly situation cbs's peter king three of the officers were sent to the wrong house fifteen miles from where the nine one one call came from a man in that how shot the officers than gutted with standoff with police who responded to their calls for help the kansas city star reports the gunman refused to let them help an officer who later died the accused gunman's cousin says he shouldn't have had weapons in the first place he's been in and out of prison for years was facing drug and weapons charges when police mistakenly showed up at his home peter king cbs news oprah winfrey is sold about a quarter of her stake in weightwatchers is the joy for me love oprah bought ten percent of the company three years ago she says she's simply balancing her investment portfolio steve kathan cbs news he my name's bread he.
"kansas city star" Discussed on KGO 810
"Featured a gun ralph in missouri thirdgrader for selling raffle tickets for an air fifteen to benefit their traveling baseball team this was i actually sent a note to some of the people in this article uh hopefully to get him to come on and just but then you know the more i think about this now it's sasid the the people that defend this will especially the one in in missouri i hear this this is a missouri um uh according the kansas city star traveling youth baseball team missouri started to sell raffle tip tickets of the day before the shooting continued through the shooting and a it was a it's an effort kids 9 and under baseball team it's like it's like a p we damage money to need for free compete we team the go out and play anywhere so but they're selling guns and i i guess you know i mean um the the it this one particular one uh they had a big sign of sid underneath yes there legal so when you're buying the amine on our man you know it's just it's the glorification of guns that is unnecessary and is also not the problem but part of the problem there are many things as well the people will buy raffle tickets for it doesn't need to be a weapon it doesn't is the sole purpose of a weapon is to kill things get uber have targetpractice enterprising targetpractice to kill things well you know those kids are gonna go up to dc from parkland on march the 24th their march on washington mmhmm and you know i worry about their safety that's the idiocy that we know i do i mean i under san that but i mean i think it's going to go i don't know if it's gonna make a difference but i'm glad to see it will though be joined of course by people 'if i was there i will join them i would schwab was emily and a probably be tens of thousands if not not hundreds of thousands of people by the time this thing happens in about and about a month and i hope it does i hope it has because it needs to send a message and he noted so funny is i'm so it gets me really moved and choked up to see the.
"kansas city star" Discussed on No Huddle
"kansas city star" Discussed on No Huddle
"And i think look i think eventually even though airc the enemies instead uh uh elevator to you know office of coordinator i i think he'll eventually be given that responsibilities that it doug peterson had three years ago when and and maggie had lashed here i i just think that's the way antigreek rooms his assistant coaches in and we'll be seeing that from uh from eric the enemy pretty soon blair in emu see what they've been able to accomplish starting off the season by going on beat the new england patriots are the when he did which was a powerful star lester said stained just stick and what that game without talking about the fiber games that they actually went on the run with but they start that way of course we saw the law in the middle of of seven games they end up losing six of those how do you fixed those problems as you move forward because they hadn't been able to go into the post season after having a good year in being able to get a victory to go to the next level to justify amy reach presence there is a head coach on this team yeah yeah yeah they they they do they said why would you know th fifteen point win at new england to open a year that follow that up by beating the eagles and we too in the air head opener so it could turn the super bowl opponents and in the first two weeks of the season and so chiefs fan were uh wh what more than interested in the super bowl this year and and not only because accepted having this to win but of course uh fold she's backup quarterback a year ago and doug peterson you offensive coordinator uh previous to go into the eagle's um but but you're right they start at five and go in and and they do look like the states they look like the best team in the afc um and and then in and then they'll fall apart uh i thought a few moments but it's keeps this past season was when they lost a home game primetime came to the steelers in the exact same fashion they had lost a playoff game to pitch for the previous year um lake nona bell whatnot sauna and uh and and that is that than the chiefs couldn't get anything going off actively and i think that was a.
"kansas city star" Discussed on No Huddle
"Being a a and and preseason as as mahomes becomes more comfortable as the as the guy when you think of losing alec smith in a nazi lose him because he he gave some really good numbers last year twenty six touchdowns five eyeing tz threw for four thousand yards and mort most yards he's thrown in his career how much and you think you'll losing when it comes down to what he brought to the table is a veteran abbott most importantly how he was capable of going out and be inefficient without turning to football over and and maybe putting the team in the position to not succeed now having patrimony right and he you know he did have an excellent era air in areas call could be a period of adjustment the uh uh you know he was here for five year which met he was working with you know his receivers for you know as long as they were you know alec smith was really with with one or two games exceptions the only quarterback at the chiefs receiver worked with here you know guys hanging out with and get all the all the refs of practice and he knew what everybody habits uh characteristics and um and and and even when new new wide receiver break on the scene what would it would take a while for for them to adjust to alex smith because there is such a comfort level with the guys that uh you know that he'd known for a little bit longer time and so that dinner start fresh basically on that level um and then again that's why the off season is going to be so important for homes and uh and and then this receiving corps and and trapped in the can go into quitting traps chelsea so that to me is what what's going to be the the most noticeable miss uh without alec smith is uh getting on the same page you connect.
"kansas city star" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Didn't see real and it felt like i've been shot 'cause i couldn't believe what was happening no one should have the right to destroy family like this uh regardless of their position in society does he jamal told the kansas city star that after his father's handcuffed in his mother tried to how him goodbye and ice agents said she could be charged with interfering in an arrest jamal down jail members of the community of taken in writing handwritten letters begging for his release and testifying to his character the stories like this been playing out every day donald trump's american communities large and small michigan father deported after three decades in the country sent to mexico where he says he now feels lost the duck eligible man detained in traffic court after mistakes on this renewal applications who said upon release the treat people like animals the hiv positive gay man who has lived in the us for fifteen years who ice border deported to venezuela were there is no medicine to treat him he told an immigration official you were sending me to my death is this what america first looks like in practice deporting the fathers of our fellow americans arresting people at court joining now vox senior reporter sarah lind who's been covering immigration for a decade is doing some of the best reporting on what isis up to in the trump era so i guess the first question is is this different is what i s is doing under trump different than what they were doing in previous president center oba so the short answer is yes the longer answer is that if you look at the numbers in aggregate ice isn't deporting people there more to people they're not arresting more people than they were say in twenty nine or 2010 the early years of the obama administration when they were at peak porter in chief as activist used to call obama but what's different is that the public stance of ice is much less there's much less of a pushandpull with local activists on the route it used to be that in cases like this when it particularly sympathetic person would get detained there would be this big community outcry there would be an actor.
"kansas city star" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Year one year ago oh neil gorsuch yeah so he was there only four justices and attendance at the supreme the un they had to get their wrist middle yeah ripe freshly abbasi new now rugazi ginsburg everybody had a big cry because she wasn't there 1928 three m company first marketed this product scotch taking us constant thing now you get doublesided scotchtape you've got scott st louis just wrapping presence they've got to start state for almost every use that you can imagine or whatever happened a glue now on i gave up sniffing at a twenty years 1958 sixty years ago the first successful american satellite was launched mohsen will they call it telstar no no a woman 1958 at the tel star was a little later them out there maybe it was explorer vestige more wild explore day go explorer one was a so there there you have it super bowl week of course in everybody's overs on the serb of all but a trade is being reported kansas city star is reporting that the washington redskins and a kansas city chiefs have made a trade in the redskins would acquire quarterback alex smith with one year to go on his contract we have agreed in principle to a fouryear extension of his deal that means kirk cousins would now be free to pursue the free agent market uh and and i guess so that i willing to pay him i don't blame of thirty five million dollars put you in capital and one season for one that's if they tagged him that would be thirty five million that's ridiculous it is ridiculous they did have to give our however it's been reported the number one slot corner in the nfl kendall fuller which is a little bit of a you know a dig at the.
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"Now compare that occurred cousins kind of interesting the numbers are not identical but pretty darn close this year kirk cousins past four four thousand ninety three yards so fifty more yards than alex smith and had twenty seven touchdowns his qb rating was lower alex was over a hundred kirk had more interceptions you know had had more turnovers and alex was really good on third down vertical passing game expanded with kansas city so the cheese were able to get a thirdround draft pick and a starting quarterback and according to multiple reports the news broke with the kansas city star but according to multiple reports it began or i'm sorry he was sweetened and consummated with the addition of kendall fuller that's what the cheese wanted and the redskins agreed so that they could get out in front of the quarterback carousel and believing that they weren't going to be able to sign kirk cousins before he hit free agency and knowing they couldn't give him thirty half thirty four and a half million dollars the frame as tag according to multiple reports smith is planning to a fouryear extension with the redskins averaging twenty three and a half million dollars annually was seventy one million guaranteed a lot of people seem to think that's overpaying but they finally have the job security with the qvc heed the lack of a civility at that position is something that j gruden has lamented now publicly for for over a year this has been a tenuous situation at best now they have a qb in place and maybe they can go out and draft the cuba of the future and have him learn behind alec smith for a couple of seasons so what's your reaction five me on twitter aol all radio lot of you also weighing in on facebook after hours with amy lord's from minneapolis wcco radio it's early in the morning on your home jay super bowl week after hours on cbs sports radio.