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"kouachi" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

09:31 min | Last week

"kouachi" Discussed on The Big 98

"Let's see the value of using the art T drive traffic back to their downtown been great to see. You know, that's interesting, because you know Nashville, maybe Memphis those air. Easy for life a better term but to get people to go into a smaller town. Could do that. That is, you know, that is huge for that town. Maybe there's an artist, the famous artist from that town or they grew up in a certain place. Whatever that's got to be a huge, economically, really. Yes, And I I thinking example. There's an example of a very small town, the dictator Tennessee That's around 3000 people. And they have a summer summer nights festival that will attract you know, close to Triple their You know about 10,000 people that they have. Ah, A summer theories that drives traffic to their downtown. And you know, though, that's happening all across the state. What about the mission that grants? How does that work for grants for communities or for individuals? If they like, you know, I wanna Wouldn't grant and you know, do this or do that talk about your grant situation Well, and we have our grandfather wrote are opening October 1st. And so they run most of our grant. So there's a deadline. There's different deadlines. But from October, Tonto To most of them are the deadlines or in January, And so we have a number of different grant categories, and so you could go online to Tennessee Arts Commission Doc Ward. And you could look on our website or you could just Google, the Tennessee Arts Commission, and you can go right to our Web site. And that is where there's a number of different grant categories that are focused on whether it's arts education. We have. Ah, we support not last year, we've supported 92 operating support grantees. Um, for for you know, there are two programming all across the state. Um uh, wait are all kinds of projects support grants for any, you know, arts and cultural activity for a local community for a nonprofit That wants to do our programming. I hope everybody will go the world website. And if you've never applied for a grant with the Tennessee Arts Commission, I hope you will go to our website and on and look at. I'm sure there would be a grant that that would be of interest. Uh, for the four a Nart organization or a non profit. A school or local government to apply for you probably find him hidden. Jim. That way. You know somebody you're like, Wow, this is this is great. This person applied and And and it really becomes a great success. Do you find those people wear about? We usually have grants workshops. Um, you know, we're starting in, uh, in about two weeks. We will have nine grants workshops all across the state virtually, but we're gonna take you know it'll be anybody could listen in, but they can also listen into their area. It will be done virtually and that's where will sort of had the nuts and bolts of our grants. We also will have what we call our grants, 101. The tenancy arts Commission. Wanna one where you can kind of learn, you know, uh, it's the one our webinar that will be up in a couple of weeks. So just look at our website. And that will have. We'll have a great deal of information, and we have hidden Jim's every year. Where where, Uh, we'll see new grantees. We're so excited about one program that comes to mind. We have one of our programs is our folk life program and we have in our focus program. And that is for uh, that's you know, folks, Life is for, you know, arts and skills and practices. That are learned or passed down from generation to generation, and many of these art forms have been around for decades or even centuries. And we have a traditional art apprenticeship program where we wear a master who's a master at a narc form is paired up with an apprentice. We try to find rare or endangered. Oh, Clyde traditions and find a print. You know, a master in the Prin ish, a primitive apprentice in that art form. Compare together to carry on that tradition. That is very interesting out. Are you? Are you finding that those traditions The future looks good for those traditions that have you know the way things were changing. Now we're fast paced world. The world gets smaller, but some of those positions still still continuing. Yes, if some of them are continuing, But you know, there's very, very few. And so we have, you know, like just trying to think of the ones. Last year, we had a we had, you know, a master of Princess and the Kouachi Valley traditional music and then African American Quartet Gospels, saying With Fairfield four hearing on that style Choc Choc callback Basket tree, you know, Wide open Best basket making That's so that's you know, in Canon County. That's one of the most A most in the world. You know there it is very rare and endangered in that feel very few doing it. So we are trying to thought, you know, to find those Masters. Yeah, and partner them within a planet and we're having. We're having a good deal of success with that and very excited about those traditions carrying on That's great, because you don't you don't want to lose those. You know, we just don't know. Didn't Tennessee to the sea? Yeah, Exactly. That's great. That's great. All right now, you know, I think about a lot of people think you know, uh, art. You know, I love going toe to concerts, and I've missed that during Kobe. So you think you have to go in person if they go to a museum or something? What has been the impact of covert on the arts? Was being you know, with been devastating. I mean, much much light. Lots of industries. You know, the arts and culture sector has also been impacted. I mean, I think If you start out, you know, you know Tennessee Prism restaurants and that Tennessee tourism has there. The U. S Travel Association has forecast of the loss of up to 45%. Um, you know, for 4 19 4020 alone And when you think about the art Uh, the the arts have been. It's been devastating because you think most of the arts particularly fine and performing arts, you know, which includes visual arts, music theater dance. Most of that much of that depends on live performer and so in Tennessee, over 96% of all the of all the arts Fine and fun of the arts and fine arts. Organizations have canceled their 96%. That's that's a loss attendances of over 1.2 Million and lost admissions alone in Tennessee for the four months. That is, you know, from March until August, and so It's been devastating, uh, well over 33 million in in objective losses just for that four month period. We've had a devastating affected in Tennessee's Some places. Starting to open up. Well, there's been some, you know, There's been some real innovation and the arts. You know, there's been a lot of virtual programming..

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"kouachi" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:37 min | Last month

"kouachi" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Go ahead, Allison. Oh, I just had one more question for Alan. How our school district's handling it when a teacher or students tested positive for the virus. Are they closing schools? Do they do contact thing? But, yeah, that's a great question. And there, you're using their local health departments to help with the process, and they're looking at numbers and percentages and for the most case say here in Tennessee and other districts we worked with across the United States if it's above 20% of the school that was a contract or or exposure will probably shut the school down for a time period for quarantine. But if it's class by class under 20%, they're going to do probably Cem quarantines of those classrooms and those teachers, but they will not shut the whole entire system down. They shut the school down, and you're right. It's a mitigation plan, And I think that's been the toughest part for superintendents are our principles as they moved through this base, So Alan Pratt, this is a public school problem. Not a private school problem. You know, I can't. I mean, were we deal with public schools? So I don't I'm assuming private schools have the same issues. We don't currently have members at a private school. Simply because we're the majority of, say, 99% of our district's are a public school. So that's what we deal with. Have you put a dollar figure on what you would like to see when it comes to connectivity? You know, we're pushing. I know the Heroes Act that came out of the house side was, I think four billion for the FCC to create some flexibility but also for home subsidies for home Internet connectivity. I think that's kind of we're pushing along the same lines as everyone else for this for help and connectivity way also believe you know it's going to take federal, state and regional local help T kind of solve this, and we also believe to this is goingto phase into what we look at from the twenties and thirties on electricity and electrical co ops and getting electricity to all parts of rule America. I think this is the same approach is going to be needed to Connect all of our schools and all of our homes and rule America. So this is a federal state local funding issue. I think it's across the board and I really think it's got to be driven by obviously, by federal dollars and to incentivize this movement to allow. You know the run the last mile or allow the connection connectivity to reach all areas of the country just makes us a stronger country when we're all connected, and I think that's the best part. Of if you're looking for a bright spot is this was really really highlighted the need for connectivity to be connected to issue to be resolved and I really think coming out of this, we're going. It's going really changed the look and the dynamics of a lot of rule communities and a positive if we can get the connectivity issue resolved Well, you just happened to be in Chattanooga. Chattanooga has been kind of a leader when it comes to connectivity hasn't The Electric Power board in downtown Chattanooga has were the gig City. I think we're one of the first cities in America to be a big city, and they're spreading the connection to a lot of rules, Cooperative's electrical or operatives, So I think that has been a positive. I know the little community. I live in London, South Pittsburgh, Tennessee, and we have the Kouachi Valley Electric co op and there now providing thiss the broadband Internet connectivity through our region, and a lot of that comes from the USDA. Federal dollars in grants but also local money and, of course, state money. So we're going to a federal, state and local effort. I think all three of those are in play when you're looking at some of these places mean connected on the USDA announced today $10 million Tio, Tennessee for Rule connectivity came out this morning, so they had a press release so that it's spreading across the state. Well, joining us now from North Dakota is David Brothers. He is the executive director of the Broadband Association. Of North Dakota and North Dakota. When it comes to connectivity, Mr Caruthers has been a success story. Is that correct? It really has been. Thank you. Ah, it's a pleasure joining you, the North Dakota, which is served almost overwhelmingly by locally owned providers. Stir some 96% of the state. And so what we have here in North Dakota is a situation where those companies invest in themselves. They invest in their communities in the infrastructure and the customers that that those locally owned companies serve. In fact, Mr Practice mentioned the Chattanooga being a gay community. North Dakota has 300 rural gate community. And Mr Crothers, you You've emphasized the locally owned aspect of these private companies. Is that correct? What's important, Really? What they are point are the telephone co operatives in a majority of cases in minutes 46, 7 16 and all That have evolved into beings state of the art broadband providers. Nobody's inference. Vision invoice Right now. Voice is just one of the application for that we use with broadband. And so these companies have evolved to meet the needs of the people that they served. And so what? We're not doing 300 rubles. 8 46 seconds because I don't think people understood how long a time that wass and people told me. They watched you Don't television. They've asked him to three minutes and I was tired of standing less No pressing your neon everybody's name and put that in the time it never really hits you. Wait a minute. This is a human be somebody's trout. That I'm squeezing the life out of when coming face to face with that at that corner was overwhelming to me, I say and and the other thing about that eight minutes and 46 seconds is the fact that the police officer had his hands in his pockets. So it was in broad daylight on a City street and he was seemingly nonchalant. About Lancelot didn't matter And later when I found out that you know when he was Collins was mother And I told Ben Crump when I come back, maybe a few days needed to do a few. As hey said the family wants to meet you because I talked to them on the phone and off alone as his brother. Oh, and I talked and did my television show. I said, you know, I want to meet this month. And then comes to his mother that somebody needed well. Today he was calling for his mother, He said That was what was the stranger was calling for a month, and it almost appeared near. Because he was calling for someone that he had no wasn't there, but it was like he didn't have anyone else to call. It was like Carlin, for who he probably called fall is like jazz, you know is someone has covered me off 30 years My mother was raised by come out of a friend home. I knew that feeling. I think that also brought it all back to the emotions. And the funeral because I know what it is called for mother because when nobody else would help. My mother was right. I felt that that's what George had yet as a son of Ah, a single mom is as well. That was the thing that that got me. It's that's your that's your person of last resort. When you're calling for your mama, there's no one else to turn to as result. Of the killing of George Floyd. We have seen I can't remember an incident that.

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"kouachi" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:12 min | 2 months ago

"kouachi" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Taylor. Father was killed by police executing a drug warrant hit by bullets. Half a dozen times grand jury did indict one former officer for wanton endangerment for shooting into a neighboring apartment. My Williams is among those who turned out to protest after the charging decision was announced. It's not enough. They can't walk. They can't live their lives like it's not. Leon is not here. She can't live her life. Kentucky's attorney general says the grand jury found the officers were justified in firing their weapons after Taylor's boyfriend fired at them as they storm the apartment on March 13th. Have been some scuffles between police and protesters today, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer called for common ask for residents to work to heal racial divides. Acting secretary of Homeland Security, Chad Wolf says Russia, China and Iran all present a threat to the U. S election. NPR's Greg my reports, Wolf was now poised to assume a top spot DHHS permanently. With several controversy swirling around the Department of Homeland Security. Chad Wolf's confirmation hearing covered a range of topics from the treatment of unauthorized immigrants toe law enforcement tactics at recent protests in US cities. Several Democratic senators focused on election security, saying they understood that Russia pose the greatest risk to the November balloting. But Wolf declined to rank the threats. There are three nation states that we have to be very concerned about one is Russia. One is China and one is Iran, and they all have different ways in different motivations of doing this. Wolf is expected to be confirmed in the Republican led Senate. Greg Murray. NPR NEWS Washington You're listening to NPR. More than 100. French news outlets have signed an open letter backing Charlie Hebdo phe after a fresh death threats against the French satirical weekly newsmagazine NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports. The new threats come is the trial of 14 alleged accomplices to the gunman who attacked the magazine five years ago begins now. In their open letter, the media outlets said Threats against Charlie Hebdo are a threat to everyone's freedom of expression to mark the start of the trial this month, the irreverent magazine republished the caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed that had so enraged the Attackers. The 14 defendants are on trial for allegedly providing logistical help, such as guns and cars to the Kouachi brothers. And Amedy Coulibaly, who gunned down 17 people at Charlie Hebdo and a kosher supermarket before being shot by police. The emotional testimony of the two month trial is dredging up the horror of the January 2015 terror attacks. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS The judges ruled that President Donald Trump's son Erik, will be required to testify in a New York investigation into the family's business dealings. Prior to the November 3rd election. State judge saying Eric Trump must comply with the subpoena to testify no later than October. 7th trumps lawyers have cited his extreme travel schedule on the campaign trail over the judge said the investigation is not bound by the timelines of the national election. Democratic State attorney general is investigating whether the Trump Organization inflated the value of its assets to get loans and tax breaks on Wall Street. Today, the Dow was.

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"kouachi" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"kouachi" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Small Business Association needed standard 60% of that loan on payroll cause 60% or more on peril costs in order to receive 100% forgive, he says some cos they're waiting to see if Congress agrees to issue blanket forgiveness of loans under a certain dollar amount. The S P A will review the forgiveness applications after the bank that made the loan goes through them. Nancy Hardy, NewsRadio, 105.9 FM. W BBM News Time. 12 41, The Charlie Hebdo Trial gets underway. I'm Fred Adam, or with report on religion. The traveled more than a dozen people accused of helping gunmen attacked the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket more than five years ago has begun in Paris. 14 people are on trial, but three were not in court. It's believed they fled to Syria just before the attacks and two are presumed dead. All are charged with helping the three Attackers, including providing money, weapons and a getaway car. Some 200 people are civil parties to the case. They include several of those taken hostage in a Jewish supermarkets in a coordinated attack. Two days after the shootings at the offices of Charlie Hebdo, CBS News correspondent Elaine Cobb is there. The trial opened with the judge reading out how the Kouachi brothers attacked the offices of Charlie Abdo newspaper. And how they coordinated their attack with the man responsible for the hostage taking at a Jewish supermarket. Some of those hostages were in court, along with relatives of the 17 people who were killed in three days of attacks. Several said they were there to get answers on some closure. The BBC's Hugh Scofield, you need youto aftermath. The world was.

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"kouachi" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:55 min | 2 months ago

"kouachi" Discussed on KPCC

"S needs to take additional steps to help curb the spread of the virus ahead of the flu season. In an interview with NBC News felt she warned about what he calls a twin dem IQ, but I would really like to see Is kind of a full court press to get us way down is the baseline so that when you get these cases in the full, they won't surge up. They'll be controllable felt. She says He's also concerned about the spike in the number of Corona virus cases after the Labor Day holiday, he says this weekend will be key in determining whether the U. S gets are running start at containing the virus this fall. Winter. Johnston NPR NEWS Minnesota man who attended last month's Sturgis motorcycle rally in South Dakota has done is a result of covert 19, spokesman for the Minnesota Department of Health, says the man was in his mid sixties and an underlying health issues. Cases of covert 19. Among rally goes, have now been reported at least 11 states. But this is the first death to be reported following the rally, which to hundreds of thousands, many of whom did not wear a mask or maintain social distancing. 14 suspects accused of helping his LA missed gunmen who attacked satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo five years ago went on trial today in Paris, NPR's owner of Beardsley reports They're accused of providing financing, safe houses and logistical support. Over the next two months. France will relive the three horrible days in January 2015 when terrorists killed 17 people at Charlie Abdo magazine and a kosher supermarket. Two brothers, Sharif and side Kouachi considered Charlie Hebdo blasphemous because of its cartoons and caricatures depicting the Prophet Mohammed. But the publication regularly skewered Jesus Moses, the pope and other religious figures. The magazine says it will never be intimidated and republished controversial cartoons of Mohammed in a special addition to mark the trial. Resident Emmanuel Macron gave his support in France. We have the freedom to blaspheme eyes and my call. It's part of our freedom of conscience. Eleanor Beardsley NPR NEWS PARIS baseball legend Tom Seaver has died. Seaver, one of the best pitchers in the history of the game, led the New York matched to the 1969 World Series Championship. His death was confirmed by Major League Baseball owners. Tom Terrific. Seaver's had a back bending knee scraping style. The confounded batters three time N L. C Hi. One Young award winner was diagnosed with Dimension 2019 Tom Seaver was 75 years old. This is NPR and from KPCC News. I'm Nick Roman with stories we're covering at 70 for one of the nation's leading police abuse attorneys today announced he's representing the family of Dijon kissy. Who was shot and killed Monday afternoon by L. A county sheriff's deputies in south L. A. The story from KPCC is Frank Stolz. Attorney Benjamin Crump has represented the families.

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"kouachi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:30 min | 2 months ago

"kouachi" Discussed on KCRW

"We saw the hijacking. Of a protest by hard core group of radicals who were carrying out planning a coordinated violent attack on law enforcement on public property and on private property and that can't be tolerated. Bar has pointed to so called radicals as a source of anarchy and protests across the country. Yet that isn't born out in the criminal charges that federal prosecutors have brought to date. The action by the Trump administration isn't happening in a vacuum. The president is making crime and social unrest. Aqui message in his campaign trumps Democratic opponent Joe Biden Cries foul Donald Trump. Looks at this violence and he sees a political lifeline. For its part trumps Justice Department says it's taking steps to maintain order. It sent federal agents to nine cities led by Democrats where violent crime has spiked this year. But it hasn't moved. That program called Operation Legend into places like Tulsa, Oklahoma, which is run by a Republican mayor. The Justice Department also launched a second effort of surge of agents to cities facing riots. Some mayors and governors have refused. The officers and critics said many of the agents had no training for dealing with protesters. Richard Rosenfeld is a criminologist at the University of Missouri ST Louis in particular federal agents who are not trained in local policing who have no knowledge of the local area. If it's from a criminal, logical point of view, it's just mind blowing to think that AH, couple of 100 of folks who are not trained in unfamiliar with the area are going to help out very much, Rosenfeld says. The rise in murders and Aggravated assault this year should trouble people. But he says there's not enough data tow link those problems to protests over police violence. The pandemic has cost millions of jobs and made people worry about their next meal, Rosenfeld says. It's also limited the way many of the best police do their jobs, getting out of their cars and talking to people face to face. And we have to subdue the virus in order to increase police effectiveness and effectively confront this rise in violent crime. Experts say. They know what it takes to reduce crime and restore trust in police, but it takes political will to get that done. Carrie Johnson NPR NEWS Washington Today In Paris. The trial began for 14 people accused of helping gunmen attacked the offices of the magazine, Charlie Hebdo in 2015 12. People were killed. Another five were killed in an attack on a kosher supermarket thie assailants are dead, but authorities say they did not act alone as NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports 40 French media are reliving those three terror filled days in January, 2015 that began when sheriff and side Kouachi two brothers stormed the office of Charlie Hebdo. They killed 10 journalists, a security guard and a police officer before escaping in their car with a manhunt underway. Another about Islamist radical Amedi Coulibaly killed a police officer before taking hostages and killing four more people. All inside a kosher supermarket Lassana battle. We worked in that supermarket and helped save people by hiding them in a walk in freezer. He told French television. He still hasn't fully recovered from the ordeal..

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"kouachi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:25 min | 2 months ago

"kouachi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A protest by hard core group of radicals who were carrying out planning a coordinated violent attack on law enforcement on public property and on private property and that can't be tolerated. Bar has pointed to so called radicals as a source of anarchy and protests across the country. Yet that isn't born out in the criminal charges that federal prosecutors have brought to date. The action by the Trump administration isn't happening in a vacuum. The president is making crime and social unrest. A key message in his campaign trumps Democratic opponent Joe Biden Cries foul Donald Trump. Looks at this violence in the seas a political lifeline. For its part trumps Justice Department says it's taking steps to maintain order. It sent federal agents to nine cities led by Democrats where violent crime has spiked this year. But it hasn't moved. That program called Operation Legend into places like Tulsa, Oklahoma, which is run by a Republican mayor. The Justice Department also launched a second effort of surge of agents to cities facing riots. Some mayors and governors have refused. The officers and critics said many of the agents had no training for dealing with protesters. Richard Rosenfeld is a criminologist at the University of Missouri ST Louis in particular federal agents who are not trained ah in local policing who have no knowledge of the local area. If it's from a criminal, logical point of view, it's just mind blowing to think that ah, couple of 100 of folks You're not trained in unfamiliar with the area are going to help out very much. Rosenfeld says The rise and murders and aggravated assaults this year should trouble people. But he says there's not enough data tow link those problems to protests over police violence. A pandemic has cost millions of jobs and made people worry about their next meal, Rosenfeld says. It's also limited the way many of the best police do their jobs, getting out of their cars and talking to people face to face and we have to subdue the virus in order to increase police effectiveness and effectively confront this rise in violent crime experts say they know what it takes to reduce crime and restore trust in police. But it takes political will to get that done. Carrie Johnson. NPR NEWS Washington Today in Paris, The trial began for 14 people accused of helping gunmen attacked the offices of the magazine, Charlie Hebdo in 2015 12. People were killed. Another five were killed in an attack on a kosher supermarket thie assailants are dead, but authorities say they did not act alone as NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports French media are reliving those three terror filled days in January, 2015 that began when sheriff and side Kouachi two brothers stormed the office of Charlie Hebdo. They killed 10 journalists, a security guard and a police officer before escaping in their car with a manhunt underway. Another about Islamist radical Amedi Coulibaly killed a police officer before taking hostages and killing four more people. All inside a kosher supermarket Lassana battle. We worked in that supermarket and helped save people by hiding them in a walk in freezer. He told French television..

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"kouachi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:29 min | 2 months ago

"kouachi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We saw the hijacking. Of a protest by hard core group of radicals who were carrying out planning a coordinated violent attack on law enforcement on public property and on private property and that can't be tolerated. Bar has pointed to so called radicals as a source of anarchy and protests across the country. Yet that isn't born out in the criminal charges that federal prosecutors have brought to date. The action by the Trump administration isn't happening in a vacuum. The president is making crime and social unrest. Aqui message in his campaign trumps Democratic opponent Joe Biden Cries foul Donald Trump. Looks at this violence and he sees a political lifeline. For its part trumps Justice Department says it's taking steps to maintain order. It sent federal agents to nine cities led by Democrats where violent crime has spiked this year. But it hasn't moved. That program called Operation Legend into places like Tulsa, Oklahoma, which is run by a Republican mayor. The Justice Department also launched a second effort of surge of agents to cities facing riots. Some mayors and governors have refused. The officers and critics said many of the agents had no training for dealing with protesters. Richard Rosenfeld is a criminologist at the University of Missouri ST Louis in particular federal agents who are not trained ah in local policing who have no knowledge of the local area. If it's from a criminal, logical point of view, it's just mind blowing to think that AH, couple of 100 of folks who are not trained in unfamiliar with the area are going to help out very much. Rosenfeld says. The rise in murders and Aggravated assault this year should trouble people. But he says there's not enough data tow link those problems to protests over police violence. The pandemic has cost millions of jobs and made people worry about their next meal, Rosenfeld says. It's also limited the way many of the best police do their jobs, getting out of their cars and talking to people face to face. And we have to subdue the virus in order to increase police effectiveness and effectively confront this rise in violent crime. Experts say. They know what it takes to reduce crime and restore trust in police, but it takes political will to get that done. Carrie Johnson NPR NEWS Washington Today In Paris. The trial began for 14 people accused of helping gunmen attacked the offices of the magazine, Charlie Hebdo in 2015 12. People were killed. Another five were killed in an attack on a kosher supermarket thie assailants are dead, but authorities say they did not act alone as NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports French media are reliving those three terror filled days in January. 2015 that began when sheriff Inside Kouachi two brothers stormed the office of Charlie Hebdo. They killed 10 journalists, a security guard and a police officer before escaping in their car with a manhunt underway. Another about Islamist radical Amedi Coulibaly. Killed a police officer before taking hostages and killing four more people inside a kosher supermarket Lassana Batty Lee worked in that supermarket and helped save people by hiding them in a walk in freezer. He told French television. He still hasn't fully recovered from the ordeal..

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"kouachi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:07 min | 2 months ago

"kouachi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"High risk health workers, older adults in nursing homes, among other groups. Teachers in school staff are included in the second phase as our people in prisons and homeless shelters. The third phase includes Children and young adults, and then everyone else. The draft is open for public comment until midnight Friday. Selina Simmons Duffin. NPR NEWS President. Trump Visits Wilmington, North Carolina today to tour the battleship North Carolina. It participated in every major American naval offensive in the Pacific in World War two. But as NPR's Tamara Keith tells us, that's not the only reason for Trump's trip. The official reason for this visit is to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the end of World War two. The unofficial reason for this visit, which will be President Trump's 12 to the state of North Carolina is that this is a key state battleground state in November and according to Trump's campaign All of his travel has potential campaign benefits in mind. NPR's Tamara Keith reporting and internal watchdog has found several concerns with the U. S Postal Service that includes its ability to process mail in ballots for the November presidential election. NPR's Alana Wise has this report. Problems include ballots mailed without proper bar code technology and outdated voter addresses. The report, which examined special and primary elections from this summer, says the agency needs to better collaborate with state and local governments. A watchdog also found the facilities did not always comply with election readiness procedures. The report comes as the nonpartisan Postal Service has found itself in the unwelcome position of being a foil to President Trump. The president and some of his allies have made a number of unsubstantiated claims about voting by mail, including ones now directly contradicted by the FBI. Alana Wise. NPR NEWS Washington You're listening to NPR news. A woman considered one of Lebanon's most renowned philanthropists, has died. Lady Yvonne Cochran died of injuries she gone from last month's gigantic explosion in Beirut. She was 98. Cochran led efforts to preserve Beirut's architectural heritage. The Barrett blast killed nearly 200 people. The trial of 14 alleged accomplices in the deadly Charlie Hebdo. Terror attacks opens today in Paris. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports There have been five years of investigation and the delay due to the pandemic. 14 people are said to have helped the Kouachi brothers launched their assault on the newsroom of the satirical magazine on January 7th 2015. The trial also covers the hostage taking killings free at a kosher supermarket carried out by Amedy Coulibaly, a friend of the Karachi's the three day killing spree by the avowed Isis radicals claimed 17 lives, including some of France's leading cartoonists. Police led the defendant's into a packed courtroom They're accused of supplying weapons and financing to the terrorists. The 2.5 month trial will plunge France into a traumatic chapter of its history. Charlie Hebdo magazine marked the occasion by republishing many of the controversial Mohammed cartoons. It's headline read all that for this. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS Members of a State commission in Mississippi are making a final choice today for a new state flag. They've pared down thousands of choices to two designs. One features a magnolia. The other shows a shield. Mississippi State lawmakers retired the old state flag this year. It was controversial because it included the Confederate battle emblem. In Corvo Coleman. NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, supporting those working towards a day when no one has to choose between paying rants, putting food on the table and protecting their health and the health of others are w J f dot or GE. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Rachel Martin. Good morning with just weeks left until the election, more evidence is coming out about how Russia is again interfering. Facebook has confirmed that it has removed accounts linked to Russian state actors who were trying to spread false stories. Those stories reined in influencing the outcome of the November vote. NPR's tech reporter Bobby Allen is covering this and joins us now. Good morning, Bobby here, Rachel So tell us more. What exactly did Facebook uncover? So this all started with a tip from the FBI. Federal authorities reached out to Facebook and said, Hey, we found the site piece data dot net and it says it's an international news site. But if you look very closely, it sure does look like a Russian propaganda tool. So Facebook looked into it and indeed discovered that it was linked to Russian operatives, and it was sharing hundreds off. Bogus news articles about everything from racial injustice to the Democratic campaign of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. I talked to Ben Nimmo of research firm Grafica. They collaborated with Facebook on looking into this website, and Nemo told me that the Russian operatives who were running it, we're posting articles on Facebook to groups liked by progressives. I was very much a strongly left Lee named constituency that they were aiming at, but in among their they were indeed pieces, which is saying, Well, Biden and Harris, they're much too far to the right. So they were trying to make progressives less likely to be supportive of the Biden Harris ticket. How does that compare Bobby to what happened four years ago, researchers say. You know this operation both echoes to 2016 playbook and introduces some new elements. So Four years ago, Russian troll farms pushed false stories to suppress the progressive and minority vote to try to hurt Hillary Clinton. We're seeing that tactic again. It's a similar goal. What's new here is they duped Americans into helping them seem more credible. They Posted writing gigs on hiring boards in the U. S Telling, you know, young and inexperienced journalist that if you want to make some extra money, you could come right for peace data dot net Here's Nathaniel Glacier, he had cyber security policy at Facebook. They used that to reach out to unwitting freelancers to essentially trick them into writing for this fake organization and writing on topics that the Russian actors wanted them to write on. The thing is Rachel. It didn't quite work. Facebook and Twitter. Both caught this very early on, and these pages never really gathered to reach that the Russian operatives had hoped..

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"kouachi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:42 min | 2 months ago

"kouachi" Discussed on KCRW

"Good morning. Russia interferes again. Facebook and Twitter say they removed accounts from Russian state entities trying to target Left leaning voters with disinformation. It's morning edition from NPR News. Will the social media companies be able to stave off more attacks before the November election? I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. Also, what do the protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, say about the racial divide in that state? Massachusetts senator and marquee makes history by beating a Kennedy to keep his Senate seat. We look at how three different countries air educating their kids during the pandemic and a cosmic mystery in the Brazilian countryside. It is Wednesday. September 2nd actor Chiana Reeves turns 56 years old Today, theme news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Korova Coleman. The Trump administration is moving to block evictions has millions of Americans fall behind on rent payments due to the economic effects of the pandemic. The order comes from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC says it's making the order to stem potential new outbreaks of the corona virus people at risk of homelessness or who would be forced into cramped living quarters. May apply for the relief. National Academies of sciences, Engineering and medicine, has published a draft plan for how to distribute a Corona virus vaccine when it becomes available. NPR Salinas Simmons stuff in reports. This is one of many groups trying to decide who should get the first doses. The draft plan from the national Academies is over 100 pages long and runs through lessons learned through past outbreaks for the Corona virus vaccine. The authors suggest. Four phases of allocation. First in line should be first responders, high risk health workers, older adults in nursing homes, among other groups. Teachers in school staff are included in the second phase as our people in prisons and homeless shelters. The third phase includes Children and young adults, and then everyone else. The draft is open for public comment until midnight Friday. Selina Simmons Duffin NPR NEWS President. Trump visits Wilmington, North Carolina today to tour the battleship North Carolina. It participated in every major American naval offensive in the Pacific in World War two. But as NPR's Tamara Keith tells us, that's not the only reason for Trump's trip. The official reason for this visit is to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the end of World War two. The unofficial reason for this visit, which will be President Trump's 12 to the state of North Carolina is that this is a key state, a battleground state in November and according to Trump's campaign All of his travel has potential campaign benefits in mind. NPR's Tamara Keith reporting and internal watchdog has found several concerns with the U. S Postal Service that includes its ability to process mail in ballots for the November presidential election. NPR's Alana Wise has this report. Problems include ballots mailed without proper bar code technology and outdated voter addresses. The report, which examined special and primary elections from this summer, says the agency needs to better collaborate with state and local governments. The watchdog also found that facilities did not always comply with election readiness procedures. The report comes as the nonpartisan Postal Service has found itself in the unwelcome position of being a foil to President Trump. The president and some of his allies have made a number of unsubstantiated claims about voting by mail, including ones now directly contradicted by the FBI. A lot of wise. NPR NEWS Washington You're listening to NPR news. A woman considered one of Lebanon's most renowned philanthropists, has died. Lady Yvonne Cochran died of injuries she gone from last month's gigantic explosion in Beirut. She was 98. Cochran led efforts to preserve Beirut's architectural heritage. The bear it blast killed nearly 200 people. The trial of 14 alleged accomplices in the deadly Charlie Ando terror attacks opens today in Paris. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports There have been five years of investigation and a delay due to the pandemic. 14 people are said to have helped the Kouachi brothers launched their assault on the newsroom of the satirical magazine on January 7th 2015. The trial also covers the hostage taking killing spree at a kosher supermarket carried out by Amedy Coulibaly, a friend of the Karachi's the three day killing spree by the avowed Isis radicals claimed 17 lives, including some of France's leading cartoonists. Police led the defendant's into a packed courtroom They're accused of supplying weapons and financing to the terrorists. The 2.5 month trial will plunge France into a traumatic chapter of its history. Charlie Hebdo magazine marked the occasion by republishing many of the controversial Mohammed cartoons. It's headline read all that for this. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS Members of a State commission in Mississippi are making a final choice today for a new state flag. They've pared down thousands of choices to two designs. One features a magnolia. The other shows a shield. Mississippi State lawmakers retired the old state flag this year. It was controversial because it included the Confederate battle emblem. In Corvo Coleman. NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations..

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"kouachi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:29 min | 2 months ago

"kouachi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"N. Y. C on Mayan Levinson for these overnight hours about a 30% chance of showers. Otherwise mostly cloudy with love around 68 for today, a chance of showers and thunderstorms possible in the late afternoon Mostly cloudy and high near 81. This's w N y C FM HD and AM New York. Coming up after the news on the BBC World Service. It's hard talk with me, Stephen Sacha Racial discrimination is America's wound that refuses to heal. And in this presidential election year with Donald Trump in the White House and black lives matter, campaigners on the streets Race could be a decisive political issue for my guest today is the multi award winning black actor Alfre Woodard. In her latest role, she plays a prison warden responsible for administering executions on death row. So is this where her art and activism merge? What? We have to stay on point where we have to fight. Will there be tears shed and probably blood? Probably so, but we're still going to fight. We're gonna move forward with joy because you know what? When women move forward, they bring everybody with them. That's Alfre Woodard on hard talk after the news. Baby. Say news. Hello. This is Jerry Smith. 14 people are about to go on trial in Paris in connection with the deadly terror attacks at the French satirical magazine Charlie Doe Onda Jury supermarket in 2015 from Paris, his Lucy Williamson Among those on trial today a men like Ali Riza polder, accused of supplying weapons and equipment to both the Kouachi brothers on DH Ahmadi Coulibaly. If convicted of complicity, he faces a maximum sentence of life in prison. His co defendants are facing charges of terrorist financing handling, weapons and criminal terrorist association. Many of the key suspects died along with the perpetrators in police operations at the time of the attacks and others like Amedy Coulibaly is partner will be tried in absentia after slipping out of France to Iraq or Syria before the attacks took place. Australia has officially fallen into recession for the first time in 30 years. The economy shrank by 7% in the April to June quarter as the impact of the Corona virus pandemic hit. Speaking in parliament, the Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison called it heartbreaking. This is a devastating die for striving. Paris train economy has been savaged by the covered 19 global pandemic and rescission. Mr Speaker. It is develop, bring an awful and heartbreaking blow two Australians and their families all around the country. French president Emmanuel Macron is visiting Iran today In a gesture of support for the new government. He'll be the most senior foreign official to travel to the capital Baghdad. Since Prime Minister Mustafa Al Khatemi came to power in May. Francis from Minister Jean Evil Adriana visited the country in July and said he wanted France to stand a Dirac side by supporting its forces as it tackles the remains of the Islamic state group. Relatives and friends of a black man who's shooting in the U. S. City of Kenosha was a catalyst for several nights of violence have criticized a visit there by Donald Trump. The president praised the way the police adult with what he called domestic terror. He did not visit the family of Jacob Blake, who was shot by a white police officer. Helene Mukul is in the Wisconsin city when he got to town, Donald Trump visited police on the site where buildings had been burned down. Condemned the demonstrations and wanted to talk. Lord order. Not about the reason the protests started. This visit clearly fit an election agenda from President Trump. That's become very clear to assert that he is the only one that can deliver Americans from chaos and anarchy in actions like defending the 17, year old supporter of his Who shot dead two protesters here. Critics would suggest he's stoking it. World News from the BBC. One of the most notorious figures from the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia has died while serving a life sentence can cake you known by the alias Comrade Dyke was a security chief responsible for sending more than 14,000 people to their deaths. When they compare roots were in power in the late 19 seventies. In 2010. He became the first Camaro Rouge commander to be found guilty by a tribunal of crimes against humanity. The Thai King Maha. What share along corn has restored the rank entitles of the woman he officially named is his royal consort when he ascended the throne four years ago. This was just two months after he had married his fourth and current wife. Green, sooty dark. His consort, Cindy Notes. One Watch era pack was stripped of her title is last year, just months after being ground to them. Written is today merging two key government agencies that deal with its foreign affairs. Critics for the Union between the Foreign Office and the Department for International Development will be used to mask cuts in aid spending. This is James Lando. The abolition of the department for International Development may have bean driven by political pressure from within the conservative Party. But the government argues that its merger with the foreign office will mean better, more joined up policy. The Foreign secretary Dominic Rub, said that by combining its diplomatic strength with its expertise in foreign aid, Britain could not only tackle global challenges but also protect its interests. Turkey, which is mediating in Venezuela's political crisis, says two high profile opposition leaders are in advance negotiations to take part in December's controversial elections. The Turkish foreign minister. They've looted Chava Shalu, said. Enrique Capri less on DH styling. Gonzalez had demanded the presence of international observers as a precondition. BBC news Welcome.

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BBC World Service

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

14 on trial in 2015 Paris attacks that sparked terror wave

"Charlie Hebdo on a Jewish supermarket in Paris in 2015 3. Islamist gunmen killed 17 people in the two attacks from Paris his Lucy Williamson. Among those on trial today a men like Ali Hamza polder, accused of supplying weapons and equipment to both the Kouachi brothers on DH Ahmadi Coulibaly. If convicted of complicity, he faces a maximum sentence of life in prison. His co defendants are facing charges of terrorist financing handling, weapons and criminal terrorist association. Many of the key suspects died along with the perpetrators in police operations at the time of the attacks and others like Amedy Coulibaly is partner will be tried in absentia after slipping out of France to Iraq or Syria before the attacks took place. Australia has officially fallen into recession for the first time in 30 years.

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"kouachi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:19 min | 3 months ago

"kouachi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Explosion that killed 200 people on destroyed parts of the Lebanese capital. There is an investigation ongoing, many fear it will simply be a cover up. We'll bring you sports news with Matthew Kenyon and Business news from Andrew Wood in Hong Kong. Stay with us That's Newsday from the BBC. Hello. I'm David Harper with the BBC News. The trial of 14 people begins today in connection with the deadly terror attacks at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on a Jewish supermarket in Paris in 2015 3. Islamist gunmen killed 17 people in the two attacks from Paris his Lucy Williamson. Among those on trial today a men like Ali Riza polder, accused of supplying weapons and equipment to both the Kouachi brothers and Coulibaly. If convicted of complicity, he faces a maximum sentence of life in prison. His co defendants are facing charges of terrorist financing, handling, weapons and criminal terrorist association. Many of the key suspects died along with the perpetrators in police operations at the time of the attacks and others like Amedy Coulibaly is partner will be tried in absentia after slipping out of France to Iraq or Syria before the attacks took place. Australia has officially fallen into recession for the first time in 30 years. Australia's was the only major economy to avoid a recession during the financial crisis of 2008 to 2009 Phil Mercer. Reports from Sydney. This is Australia's worst economic slump on records. National income has fallen by 7% in the June quarter, the corona virus pandemic has inflicted wounds on almost every sector from retail and hospitality to mining, education and tourism. There could be more paying to come. A second wave of infections in the state of Victoria is likely to delay the recovery of an economy once known as the wonder down under The Australian economy was faltering before Cove it 19 took hold. One of the most notorious figures from the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia has died while serving a life sentence. Comrades OIK WASA security chief responsible for sending more than 14,000 people to their deaths in the Camaro Rouge were in power in the late 19 seventies. In 2010. He was found guilty of crimes against humanity and international aid group says that in the past five years more than 200,000 unaccompanied child migrants have sought asylum in Europe. Save the Children says more than 700 Children have died, making the crossing With this report. Here's Emily Hola, Child Migrants face an increased risk of abuse and exploitation, especially if they're alone. Five years ago, Europe struggled with an influx of more than one million migrants and refugees. Some you states fell out over how to respond. Save. The Children's report accuses European countries of failing to meet the needs of those trying to escape conflict or violence. The charity says that while some Children have been given safety, harsh border policies prevent the most vulnerable from being reunited with their families knew you. Proposals on migration reform are expected in the next few months. World News from the BBC. French President Emmanuel Macron is expected to visit Baghdad today to show support for the new government. He will be the most senior foreign official to travel to the Iraqi capital since Prime Minister Mostafa Academy came to power in May. France's Foreign Minister John Evil, Adrien visited the country in July and said he wanted France to stand at Iraq side. Facebook and Twitter say they have removed fake accounts that were part of a Russian influence operation linked to a group that allegedly interfered in the 2016 U. S. Presidential election reports suggest one aim was to push American voters away from the Democrats candidate Joe Biden from Los Angeles, his Peter bows Facebook says the operation centered around a pseudo media organization called Peace Data targeting left wing voters. Freelance writers were recruited to produce material on topics that included US politics, racial tensions in the run up to the November presidential election on the Corona virus pandemic. Facebook said its investigation found links to individuals associated with past activity by the Russian Internet Research Agency, a company which U. S intelligence officials say was central to Russian efforts to sway the 2016 presidential election. Britain is today emerging to key government agencies that deal with its foreign affairs. The government hopes the union between the Foreign Office and the Department for International Development will help promote British interests. Critics fear the new agency could mean the government weakens its commitment to spending north 0.7% of national income on foreign aid, but officials said there would be no change to that policy. Eric Murillo, the veteran deejay best known for the dance song. I like to move. It has been found dead in the U. S. City of Miami. Local media have reported that he was due in court on Friday for a hearing into a sexual assault allegation against him. He has denied the claim and make Maria released his head track under the name real to really in the 19 nineties. BBC news Thank.

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"kouachi" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"kouachi" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"kouachi" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"kouachi" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

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"kouachi" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"kouachi" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Our coverage continues finals. postgame reaction it's time to break it down with Friday night under what I'm into the front and I understood it does I am Josh Peterson in the post game taking over from Dennis weaver and Dustin Murray if you just joined in coffee county falling tonight sixty five to nothing to blank when and game where they were obviously over master is a school board thanks to get to in the next little bit we got like somebody online we're gonna jump to that I mean if you want to up and talk about football we love to have you seven to thirteen twenty seven two eight three five two six real quick one had a couple scored before I head over the phones so the color can hear me just hang on and I'll get to in just a second but if you just tuned a coffee county falling tonight to Blackmun sixty five to nothing that drops coffee county to in three on the year and a tough couple games are the not scored since the third quarter of the Franklin County is a nice street corners I do believe if I've got a math right without points for coffee candies that's something they're going to work on in the in the bye week the could not come quick enough US underscore this one is I was watching it close at halftime we checked on it there and is this still a good game Warren County in Rockville tied at twenty eight twenty eight one Kelly have a twenty one twenty lead going into the fourth quarter rug Vale with a touchdown a two point conversion in the morning county scores just moments ago with about two minutes left in the fourth quarter to tie this thing up at twenty eight twenty eight so worn canny bouncing back nicely so far after a tough loss to Kenny county last week Oaklyn is taking it the single fifty five to sixteen at last check that the fourth quarter score Cookeville trailing Riverdale twenty seventeen that's in the fourth quarter also if you have time score shipping bill in a tight when with page twenty three twenty one the golden eagles lead. a past have time now that's my last court date the Kouachi county leading Kenny county twenty eight to fourteen that's in the third quarter Eagleville got beaten out by force at home twenty eight to seven and love birds is taking it to Antioch sixty eight to nothing that's in the fourth quarter we'll look at some more scores momentarily what will come back to school board and just minutes going down the phone to get somebody on the one you want to talk about the a football game of the keys on which is the the stick him on the air getting your friend up under..

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"kouachi" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"kouachi" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Data show right here on five seventy KLIF. eight forty one A. K. A. L. I. F. there's a ceilidh of commercial that's running on Comcast cable of us will have a host nation yeah you know we're we're in it yeah and I was sitting at dinner. family last night and I look up at the TV and they're really. for some reason that's more that's always more impressive if you're in a restaurant I know that if. and then he turns around looks to to look at the right now no no no the well I was gonna say the scene with you and it is just so but it was on the weather channel that whichever one student who now absolutely and so absolutely so hopefully we're getting a lot of new listeners a would you like a quick a quick Z. Kouachi update been following it to me even if I don't want to write and write exactly what their say first of all the the cowboys just began at team meeting at eight fifteen yeah yeah yeah yes so there's that. okay all of the snow talking about any excuse me well they're not there they that the team is not maybe a shot work out today and do some do mainly this investigation yeah see there was a there was a tweet that went out yesterday evening from somebody just you know a fan who said that he has a friend who works at the star who saw Zeke there yesterday. now this was while all the reports are coming in that the cowboys and Zeke we're getting very close to an agreement at one point they're saying they just they just need to dot the I's and cross the tease and then another report came and said well insiders say that there's been a kind of a monkey wrench thrown into the works and so they're still working and they're still hoping I kind of I kind of expect a news conference later today to announce the deal's been reached I think a deal be reached before the first game don't you. I think so I don't know that single play in the first game he just you know but. you know we're just gonna grasping at straws those of us who were cowboys fans don't mean anything all you gotta do all you can do is wait until they come to some sort of decision and I know a lot of people are. end of really down on Z. for the whole business but manners professional football when I hear. another player I can think of his name into the matter but as he's holding out. he will be missing and apparently they're not planning on signing him before the first game he will be missing something like what I think of Z. is were to skip missed where the hell out. well he would be at his current contract rate he would be giving up something like eight hundred thousand dollars a game area yes you have to pay that no. Hey that's the payday a lot of those guys you talking about thirty million dollars a year. I mean you know you do the math you talk about a couple million dollars just for showing up every Sunday and is a lot more involved in the right is that still how many of us even make a couple million dollars in our career hers and I won't get a million lives. it's a weird business was with Warren surging. which was not at all a certainty when her twenty twenty campaign got under way but now she's trying to big crowds and attention for her detailed policy positions. I read a really interesting story and I thought I'd send it to us to look at it this morning but I can't find it it was about a blues with Warren surging she had fifteen thousand people show up in Seattle for her campaign appearance on August twenty fifth twelve thousand in Minnesota the previous week and the article. and I believe it was from the heart of Huffington post. which has a distinctive liberal and feminist slant slant to it the article actually pose the questions as well the the problem the thing the Democrats are worried about is that a woman wouldn't be electable and I'm thinking really. in twenty today's day and age when you're talking about you know you know people say Hillary Clinton got more votes than Donald Trump lot of people didn't think an African American man exactly alike I found that a very a very strange way of looking at things but people are saying essentially Hey if trump can be Hillary Clinton and I go hang on a second Hillary Clinton was especially despicable to a lot of people and also I would also say this we read about you know these extremely liberal candidates that the Democrats are running a seems to me that they're bigger problem that they might want to consider the reason the Joe Biden is still in the lead as goofy as he seems to have one ounces so out there right because he's he's more moderate right so I don't know they'll be fun to watch all right we're going to check in with Brad Barton get another update on hurricane Dorian coming up plus it's our favorite story of the day how did you find what I did okay I told you I did okay let your member. okay. traffic.

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"kouachi" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"kouachi" Discussed on WEEI

"A point guard just pointed it maybe or something else that comes along there are teams beyond the Lakers or clippers are matters this point that have the caps the outright to absorb them but my guess would be that Miami knowing it wants to sign another star next summer even gonna wanna wait even stretch wind Anderson money out to have on the books for three years so much my guess would be that they aggressively pursue Dr gets trade maybe the matter of finding the right team that can send them back at a cheaper contracting and deconstruct that then it's a little bit lower but I think he winds up being traded more likely than they wind up stretching Ryan Anderson Dan valley covers the NBA for bleacher report NBA math of its on the progressive gas line Dan last year boogie cousins couldn't get the long term really wanted and surprised a lot of people it's like a five billion dollar deal to go to Golden State and chase a ring this year is he even going to get a five million dollar contract I honestly don't know I think he would have a chance if again you know it's crazy out the lady remaining players are kind of depending on the Kouachi state but if the Lakers or the clippers one of one one of them misses out are quiet they they both use another based on their team maybe they're willing to give him sort of this balloon one year payment to fill roster spot maybe potentially have an impact player beyond that though you're looking just around the league and there isn't a clear need her to markets cotton anywhere a Dallas events that took the top off the board they have a P. White Howell Mackey Klay but a sign gold bond in land needs a center but are they gonna find someone like the markets cousins knowing that their timelines more gradual and they're trying to build up the younger kids and and he's got me crying for his next contract if he's there and you know why you could still talk yourself into maybe a team like Boston depending on the roster spot the tuition even San Antonio they would need to create a roster spot where have you read that for over he's actually only going to sign for around minimum level Monday and if I had to guess I don't think he get if you get more money than he made last year called stated because he signed a one year deal but it wouldn't surprise me by any means if if he winds up signing a contract that is less than what he got in gold stating that this is someone who's playing for the room exception or or again less likely but still possible minimum deal he's damn the valley covers the NBA for bleacher report and and be a math follow him on Twitter at Dan to valley they're always appreciate your time appreciate you joining us early on a holiday morning enjoy your fourth money he was well they drive a stick at hi Dan valley bleacher report NBA math with us on the rest of gas line here and it's been a sharia so bring about the biggest games started fan but I can acknowledge James harden's individual greatness the load that he had to show that this year was incredible he had to carry more loads maybe than anybody else in the league yeah this is got Middleton and those guys you looking to beat in Philly he's got to be father with them right so you think about this Steph curry's get Kevin Durant for the majority season and vice versa you have quite a letter he still gets in poverty guys around him the Kyle Lowry for the world the Pascal SIAC of the world James harden had what this year he had an injured Chris Paul getting injured Aragorn at the beginning the seasoning Clint capella like James Arness did you more than anybody else in the league when Chris Paul comes back from injury after James argues that the Kerry amp for about six weeks because he was dealing with an injury and put out all that energy on the court in terms of having to handle every situation but the rockets from an office perspective have that cut sure put in my ear about my style of basketball I mean that would completely aggravate me the break with Brian Barrett weekday mornings at ten eastern on SB nation radio the second level Mike Conley gets moved to the jazz and the first thing I think of is how aggressive everybody is because as a result of a.

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