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"kyle peterson" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"From the opinion pages of the wall. Street Journal this is Potomac Watch Nancy Pelosi holds out for a bigger virus spending bill president trump host. The signing of the Abraham accords and Joe Biden makes a pitch to Latino voters in Florida. Welcome. I'm Kyle Peterson with the wall, Street Journal City in today for Paul Zhigo. We are joined today as usual by my colleagues. Kim Strassel hike him hi. Kyle. And Bill mcgurn Hello Bill. Hi, Kyle. So, there's lots of news on Tuesday. Let's start in Washington We've previously discussed the stalemate in Congress over a phase five corona virus relief bill after Republicans recently passed a five hundred billion dollars skinny package Nancy. Pelosi is under pressure from Democrats some members in her caucus in modern districts or trump districts to take some votes in the house and so far she has during on Tuesday. She said that she would adjourn until it agreement is passed saying that quote we have to stay here until we have a bill unquote. As I understand it that's a little misleading because many lawmakers are at home anyway and the House has instituted proxy voting. But leave that aside. Bill. She also said that she doesn't want to vote on measures piecemeal and is holding out for a bigger package. So I mean as far as you can see bill, are we getting anywhere nearer to a a real negotiation or deal I?.
"kyle peterson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"No matter what happens this year, because this is about at bats, Innings, cohesion coming together, and there's no There should be no issue with doing that over 60 games. You know, it's it's a win win for the White Sox. Jesse. I'm glad you spent some time out. What are you going to be on a guest on Kubo television? We're looking at a 6 a.m. Saturday morning appearance. I don't know who's playing. I don't know who's managing. I know Jason Benetti is doing the game along with Kyle Peterson, so I will be talking them at about 6 a.m. on ESPN Saturday. That's unbelievable. Six. Are you going to provoke the Cubs Sox game on Sunday? Is that the is that the deal? I think I'm just there to fill time. So there's something somebody to talk to. That's basically the boy. The Benetti comedy of 6 a.m. On Saturday. You're gonna be in a good mood. Be careful. I know I was all in last week's. I know I got to take the taste. I know what he's all about. Good man. Jessie, as always, I appreciate that. Thanks for coming on the show You gotta take Take care is Jesse Rogers covers Major League baseball for ESPN dot com with me on under the hood with Jonathan Hood. This is under the hood with Jonathan Hood on ESPN one Chicago's home for sports. 11 20 20/4 long months ago, the NBA said. We are pausing hours east. What followed was an avalanche of cancellations, Confusion and incident. ESPN 1000 was here to talk during the longest game of red light green light in our history. We thank you for being here, but now you can forget all the terrible shows you binge watch sports are back comes in socks start their 2020 It ends on the 24th of Black Hawks start a five game series.
"kyle peterson" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"This is Potomac Watch. Joe Biden goes on to deny an allegation that he assaulted a female staffer in nineteen ninety-three and the latest news in the case of General Michael. Flynn welcome. I'm Kyle Peterson with the Wall Street Journal sitting in today for Paul Zhigo. We are joined by my colleagues. Kim Strassel Hello Kim. Hi Kyle and Bill mcgurn High Bill. Hey how you doing bad about a month ago? Terror read who worked for Senator Biden in the early nineteen nineties alleged that in nineteen ninety. Three Biden cornered her in a hallway and sexually assaulted her. The Biden campaign denied that allegation at the time but Biden himself did not address it until Friday morning during an interview on. Msnbc when he said this quote no it's not true. I'm saying unequivocally never never happened. It didn't it never happened unquote. Kim What do you make of his response here so far? Well I think we're making some progress and that at least Biden had to answer a question on this for the first time up. Until now he has largely left it to his staff or others to issue the denials for him which has been made easier by the fact that no one in the regular media seemed willing to ever bring it up as we Pointed out in a very fine at Oriel this morning. He's been on interviews on. Abc NBC. All the major networks and yet among seventy seven separate questions and all of those interviews. He was never once queried about the Tara Reid allegations. So he's he's now had to address it. He has unequivocally denied it. But I I would note that one thing. That is very interesting. Is How much his standard as changed and another's by the way to No longer saying that You just simply have to believe women when I make this case but instead you have to believe them and I guess at them to. What about that bill? That question of due process I mean. Obviously it's hard to establish conclusively what may or may not have happened in a hallway. Twenty seven years ago but I mean here's here's Biden's quote part of his Friday interview. He says quote women have a right to be heard and the pressured rigorously investigate claims they make always uphold the principle but in the end in every case the truth is what matters in this case. The truth is the claims are false unquote. Yeah I think you hit on the most important quote in his In his interview because what he says there's exactly right people make a charge. It'd be hard to take seriously have an investigation. Be vetted but that's not what he gave that answer in response to a question. You know wiser one standard for Tara Reid in another for Christine Blazey Ford or for you at Cavenaugh. And he basically his answer was intended to say look. I haven't changed my mind when I said I believe the woman. This is what I mean. Give her the presumption that she's telling the truth than rigorously. Vet Her to see if she is telling the truth in the goal is truth if you go back to Mr Biden statements in two thousand eighteen in all his statements about believe the women and he's not alone. There are a lot of people with them in the Democratic Party. You'll find no mention of betting. No mention of truth. It was just believed the woman. And there there's a reason for that They want short circuit the process. Sometimes I mean the the hope would read Cava was that he would just withdraw his name rather than respond to it and those of us on the other side are not saying. Don't believe the women just say let's find out who's telling the truth and that was the standard Joe Biden has rejected until now and I mean I think they may have made a mistake in waiting so long to allow him to personally address it And particularly in trying to overplay some of the news To an extent that could strike some of the news to extend that it could really be taken so I mean the by Cam sent out some talking points saying that a review of the situations interviews by the New York Times had showed quote. This incident did not happen. Unquote and Stacey Abrams who is campaigning to be Biden's VP. Choice Definitely took that line. She told CNN that they found that the accusation was incredible. Which for the New York Times to put out a statement saying that no its investigation did not include one way or another. What happened It just didn't find anybody unbinding staff who could corroborate it at the time didn't find other instances of assault allegations being made against him. So Kim I mean. It seems to me that they've really made a mistake. In how they've they've tried to handle this so far correct When you have to have the New York Times Come out on the record and say no. What we reported is not what you are saying. We reported that's never a good look But it's also just allowed this to really percolate In taking so long and it I what you saw were a lot of a more conservative news outlets who were focusing on this and rightly asking the question about why it was being completely ignored. An why the double standard here again. Because it's so difficult to not see the glaring comparison between the way the media jumped all over the Brett Cavanaugh accusations and just barely wanted to touch this. Obviously it's driven by political bias and I think one of the things too that the that the media has really struggled with is that Among those that were the first people who reported about this where in fact liberal outfits like the intercept organizations that have been very all in on the me too Front and they probably you know the press and I think Biden when you'd be addressing this war at all were it not for the fact that finally finally some of these women's groups assorted started saying look. You have to address this. You have to talk about this. You can't just cover it up and hide it so But it did allow it to to build for a long time which is now making it. Turn into a now. It's sort of all over the headlines and there's no way to to to ignore it going forward but now that Biden's out there talking about it and also more discussion about this complaint. That misread clam. She had filed and where it might be and where you go searching for it right. And that's one of the ways that Joe Biden is trying to handle it now so Tara. Reid says that back in the nineteen nineties she filed a complaint with some Senate Office about sexual harassment. But no document like that has been located ever so far Biden says that all of his personnel records are with the National Archives of the personnel records from his Senate office and he's asked the Senate to identify whether any complaint that could exist and the bind campaign says it has not independently look through those National Archives Records Biden himself. Bill says that he's confident that there's nothing there. Yeah I don't know whether there's anything there I would. I would doubt it doubt that there's anything there is odd that he wouldn't When just open up? I think what he needs to do. Now is look transparent. Kim was mentioning The Times Correction I was surprised that wasn't brought up because basically he's accused of telling people to go out and say falsely that the Times concluded that this event didn't happen in the Times obviously corrected that sort of speaks to a general honesty as well so I was surprised. that that That didn't come up but again I think is problem is. He's trying to have it both ways. You know he he and he was not just a guy who said me too me too. He was a guy as the point. Man for the Obama Administration that tried to change those standards in colleges and universities to remove the kind of protections that I think a lot of those in the metoo movement wanted removed to make it a lot harder for the queues. We're talking about the allegations against.
"kyle peterson" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"Street Journal this is Potomac. Watch welcome back. I'm Kyle Peterson here with my colleagues Kim Strassel and bill mckern so we talked a little bit about the protest movements in some of these states against the lockdowns. But how do we square that with some of the public polling So there's a Pew Research Center. Poll that says sixty six sixty six percent of Americans are more worried that their you know their state or the government will lift their restrictions. Too Fast and thirty two percent are worried about the reverse that it will be too slow. Kim. How do we square these? These two data points. Well I'd be really curious to know. Where geographically some of the respondents were on this. Because if we've been discussing I think the views on this change very much across different parts of the country You know if you're on a hot spot you certainly probably have a much different view on reopening than if you found a state where things have gotten that bad So there's that I think it's also interesting that the kind of breakout of this in terms of political leanings which is at the kind of the people who were most willing to let the lockdowns go on forever were were liberal or higher income Democrats Which are people that are often more accepting of government control of things but in this case? Also have the financial ability to write out a long-term Lockdown I think that it's a balance right. You go out there and and everyone who even Americans who want to get back to work of course. They're concerned that this could still come back and break out in a big way and I think that there are some people probably being pulled in this. Who when they're expressing that sentiment part of what they may be expressing as a worry about opening too quickly and ending up back in a full lockdown again. Because it didn't go well so it's a little bit of a big question in some regards. Sure and it's a fair point. I think that not. Everybody is writing out the lockdown. Well on Thursday. The Labor Department said that another five million Americans had applied for unemployment benefits last week. The growth in this has just been staggering. Bill I mean you look at the cumulative total it was six million and then ten million and seventy million and then twenty two million. That number is almost hard to fathom right. And it's it's a real life changer. For those people. I mean I just seen in my town in my casual outings to get groceries or something. It's just amazing. How many people you meet. That are really suffering. I mean again I I have a paycheck that comes in. I can work from home. But if you don't and you don't have a paycheck and you see an indefinite lockdown. This is really bad again. Remember when one of the protests There was a big sign. The people were chanting. I think it was in Kentucky. We want to work. These are not people looking for benefits and so forth and I think the world looks very different from their perspective. If you've lost your job you don't know if your employer if you work for a small business is going to be around when the lockdown is lifted than if you're just at home saying Oh this is inconvenient mortaring my my meals out but your money still coming in. Meanwhile the aid for those small businesses at least part of it is is running. Drive a paycheck protection program. Which is the name given to this? Three hundred fifty billion dollars in forgivable loans has given out a one point six million loans to small businesses after only about two weeks in operation the trump administration had asked for another two hundred and fifty million dollars. Excuse me two hundred fifty billion dollars but Democrats have been blocking that in the Senate and then came on Thursday. The program said that it had totally run dry run out of funds yes and nonetheless we are still saying blocking from Democrats. It's really quite remarkable because if you step back and you look at it. There's really no way to put this another way other than saying they. Democrats are using small business and the difficulties pain a small business as leverage for their other spending priorities. And what they are asking for in particular is more hospital money and yet more a whopping five hundred billion dollars for state and local governments And it's really kind of over the top in part because you know we. We just spent hundreds of billions of dollars to the states in the most recent bill and a lot of that hasn't even gone out the door and it's it's when you add it all up. It's it's a lot because it's not just the direct day that the state's got but it's a economic. I mean the aid. They got for their education systems. The unemployment benefits that are going in money for food stamps and for Medicaid. And you know so the pot when you take it in. Its totality is quite huge. So you know. We're beginning to see some pressure on Democrats now though the press has largely been shielding them from criticism In that kind of anti-trump. Move up pretending that none of this is happening. But Democrats clearly starting to begin to hear from small businesses in their own constituents and you beginning to see some of them break from leadership and say. Let's get this done yet to in particular Curious in cinema and Tina Smith Democrats Democratic senators from Arizona and Minnesota respectively are now calling for this to be passed essentially post taste. As far as I understand so bill it looks like there are some cracks in the democratic unity. That are showing now. I think so and as it goes along I think that will be more apparent. I think we'll be really interesting. There in those cracks is one certain states. Start to open and other states. Don't think there may be pressure back and forth because if you reopen and then all of a sudden you're death skyrocket. There might be a lot of questioning of what you've done. But on the contrary if Some states reopen and seemed to be handling it. There'll be a lot more pressure on the other states to reopen themselves. So I think we're going to see a lot of differences Meanwhile there are questions about how to get. Anything passed through the House Congressman. Thomas Massie. The Kentucky Republican Libertarian National Republican Who was threatening to do. A quorum call of the cares acts a couple of weeks ago and force all of these congressmen to do a cannonball run back to Washington. Dc to meet the core requirement. He is reportedly signaling that he wants a recorded. Vote on this to Which would essentially require Corum and throws up in the air. Kim How they would essentially get this past. The at. This is now becoming more urgent question because I think back at the height of all of this when everyone was scrambling and we ended up with that two point two trillion dollar rescue package Everyone was kind of more in the mood of. We gotta get this done and there were more people still in Washington. But here's the problem. If you don't have a quorum in either the house or the Senate You have to move legislation on the basis of what's called unanimous consent and that means that any one individual is able to object and then require as you said an actual vote And so this is an issue not just in the house. But it's also one in the Senate as we talk about for instance this replenishing the P P P money You know the White House is saying well. Yeah you know. Maybe we'll give some more money to states. Maybe we'll come up with a deal with Schumer and Pelosi but there are some Republicans in the Senate that are also getting very concerned about just printing money and throwing it out and it would only take one of them to so there are some discussions about how you might do. Remote proxy voting. But there's a lot of concern about how that would actually role and but nonetheless. I think this is something that in the next week if if Pelosi's not going to bring people back if if McConnell's not going to bring his people back they're going to have to figure out something else. Yeah and I think I saw that Nancy. Pelosi head endorsed the idea of proxy voting in the House. Now so as I understand it. Essentially it wouldn't be the record of remote voting you imagine it would be A congressman hanging emailing calling a colleague who is physically there in Washington and say this is the way that I would like to vote on this. Can you cast this? Vote on my behalf and Bill I mean maybe the appeal of that is that it's It's fast and it's a little bit of Cluj so it's temporary maneuver. That seems unlikely to be made permanent. It could be. I don't know I worry about a lot of things being made permanent that we're doing now I think we're shooting in the dark on a lot of this and in my suspicion. Is that a lot of things we're doing won't get two people in time or in a way that they can access it in. That's my great fear especially with the small businesses fake you. Ken Thank you bill. Thank you all for listening and we'll be back next week with another edition of Potomac Watch..
"kyle peterson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Radio i believe that one of the sui categories for a long time and again the sue as their next week they are our annual awards show <hes> has been shocking revelation is shocking revelation one of the categories this year because because chris cody has told me that carl ravitch who looks like a disney cartoon prints <hes> or is that more than reese davis not now. You know what my bad my bad because reese davis does look more like that than carl ravaged as the carl ravage has made a shocking admission. What was shocking about it critic so they're doing the little league world series it was call ravaged. David ross and kyle peterson and david rawson cal peterson our big brooding former major league baseball players so they just come. They're different from call ravage and they're talking about. One of these little kids twelve year old kid throwing a split finger and instead of using the pointer finger in the middle finger. He's using his ring finger anger in middle finger so it's a unique way to throw a splitter especially for a kid so there's marveling at the kid's hand size and it leads to car average making a revelation we saw aw i mean earlier normally if you can throw split it's like this. He took and went volk on it. I mean in this huge fans but that's not easy to do man dan. You don't have twelve year old hands. I do not split on that at all so carl ravage it was willing to go on national television and tell you that he has the hands of a twelve year old yes. I don't think that rises up up to the level of shock. I wouldn't call that a shocking revelation. I think you're making donald his hands. I didn't know about his hands. I assumed call ravage had monster mr hands. I put it on the poll guillermo lebatardshow. Did you assume carl ravitch had monster hand you. Didn't i mean you're not shocked that an adult reveal that he has the hands of have a twelve year olds. I mean karl ravage to be honest with you. I did not think of him as somebody with monster hands i think of the the thick the sean casey's of the world as having monster. Hey this is something you can't judge. A book by its cover drew brees small dude. Everyone thinks of him as a small quarterback. We had him on earlier in the week during that doing that. Research i learned he has huge hands chance that's part of the reason why he's such a good quarterback. Small dudes short not small but just shorter for that position huge hands and i just put ravage in that category smaller dude huge hands held or your hand mine. I think are like that of a twenty two year old. They have a little bit of character but not too rough and they're grown but not enormous enormous. I'd say my hands or twenty two bill. Can you help me with something because i don't have them in front of me but you can send out on the internet perhaps apps you could send out some photos of you on your wedding day because the difference between you and photographed you is a marvel. You took the best wedding pictures. I've ever seen a man take you like the coolest person in the universe as opposed to when you were in the ceremony and just sitting there and i looked like an altar boy. I feel bad about that. If i'm going to be honest with you because normally it's supposed to be the bride's day but as soon as those pictures came out. I realized how my day was unbelievable. I'm looking at these pictures and he's like putting and unlike i so wanna be friends with that person..
"kyle peterson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Honeymoon. Experience rian you're you guys are free to draw for me while i am gone and just to have the blessed ability to not be nearest to god's scam. We'll be my honeymoon reward because this marriage in terms of the amount of garbage that i have to put up with not being near it on my honeymoon. I'll do whatever it it is. I have to do from afar gun picks me just allow him to do it. Feel the love today man. I love you too donlevatar. I feel terrible. Here's the thing with you. You don't actually feel terrible. I didn't feel thank it. No i don't really care. I know you announcing. I feel terrible as just your way to move onto the next thing you're gonna do stugatz. They're just words and words mean. Nothing don't mean nothing his words words nothing words or just transitions to your next lie. That's so right. They're not words. They are bridges to lies. This live at our show show with stugatz on e._s._p._n. Radio i believe that one of the sui categories for a long time and again the sewage our next week they are our annual awards show <hes> has been shocking revelation is shocking revelation one of the categories this year because chris cody his told me that carl ravage who looks like a disney cartoon prince or is that on more than reese davis not not my the band my bad because davis does look more like that than carl ravage does the carl ravage has made a shocking admission. What was shocking about it chris so they're they're doing the little league world series it was called ravage. David ross and kyle peterson and david rawson kyle peterson our big brooding former major league baseball players so they just come. They're different sprint from call ravage and they're talking about. One of these little kids twelve year old kid throwing a split finger and instead of using the pointer finger in the middle finger. He's using his ring finger and middle finger so it's which is a unique way to throw a splitter especially for a kid so there's just marveling at the kid's hand size and it leads to ravage making revelation. We saw earlier earlier normally if you can throw a split it's like this. It took an went volkan on it. I mean this is a huge fans but that's not easy to do man. You don't have twelve twelve year old hands. Oh i do. I could not split on that at all so carl. Ravitch was willing to go oh on national television and tell you that he has the hands of a twelve year old yes. I don't think that rises up to the level of shock doc. I wouldn't call that a shocking revelation. I think you're making a shot his hands sir. I didn't even know about his hands. I assumed call ravage had monster hands. Put it on the poll guillermo lebatardshow. Did you assume carl ravitch had monster hand you. Didn't i mean you're not shocked at an adult reveal that he has the hands of a twelve year olds i mean karl ravaged to be honest with you. I did not think of him as somebody with monster hands i think of the thick of the sean casey's of the world as having a monster hayes is something you you can't judge a book by its cover drew brees small dude. Everyone thinks of him as a small quarterback. We had him on earlier in the week during that doing that research. I learned he has huge hands. That's part of the reason why why he's such a good quarterback. Small dudes short not small but just shorter for that position hugh chance and i just always put call ravage in that category smaller dude huge hands..
"kyle peterson" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"Street Journal. This is Potomac watch welcome back. I'm Paul zhigo with Dan Henninger had Kyle Peterson here on Tomac watch, and the, the thing that I think I would raise a question about in regard to the president, stand-down militarily is the message of deterrence. And what message that sends obviously, the Rainey's have been escalating the since the imposition of the oil sanctions, they have. Done damage to oil terminals in the Middle East that didn't get a response. They have sent the who t's have been sending missiles into Saudi Arabia that hasn't been enough for a military response. Then they mind oil tankers, and that wasn't enough. Then they shot down this American drone, which the president. I said, it's Arana's making has made a big mistake, then he said, well could have been some rogue general or something. But that now has not gun un-american response. If it does not yield the negotiations that you've talked about Dan, and Iran decides to escalate further than the president may be forced, his hand may be forced later on to take even more aggressive military action. And I guess my point when he says, I didn't wanna take hundred fifty Iranian lives, which could have potentially done. Has he put more American lives on the line in the future? On what happens if there is some, if some Iranian proxy kills Americans, you know that John Trump is going to be blamed for, because he reduced the credibility of America's deterrent. Right. And I mean, I guess that's what I was trying to suggest by bring up this range of options to me, if he wanted was a proportionate response to the downing of an unmanned drone, the Pentagon, Shirley could have come up with one, you know, whether it was hitting, you know, airfield somewhere or, you know, some sort of military facility that wouldn't be manned in the middle of the night, surely, there's something that they could have done that would have been a proportional response. Other than run, this whole thing all the way up the flagpole, get everything, get everything locked, and loaded as the president said. And then say ou know we were just, you know, it's too much, you know, maybe we'll think about doing something later. I mean that is much worse, deterrent. I think than than doing a proportional response in the first place. That's, that's why I find this so puzzling. Well, you also I think there's the possibility that as I say momentum moving against the president, that to go back to the beginning, the Iran policy was to pull out of the Iran deal and force around back to the table. Now, if you're sitting in the capital, superiors, Germany, and Beijing, and the rest of it, it looks as though there wasn't ultimately a thought out game plan in the White House for how to get to that goal. And if it could be pushed off whatever strategy it was on which was to squeeze around economically by events like this, as you suggested Paul by the mining of these tankers in the Gulf. And now the shooting down of this drone if the US can be pushed off a strategy by that then maybe. A lot of people are going to start thinking the status quo ante was better than this. Which is to say the Iran, original ran deal. Yeah. The concert. I mean, there's a con I think the president of some ways caught here between his goals, the goals of his policy, which is to deny Iran, a nuclear weapon, and to apply maximum pressure to do that through sanctions and economic pressure, which has been working that has been working which is why the Muller's are now acting out in back, but he's caught between those goals and the means he's actually being willing to use to achieve them. And he is he just doesn't want to take military action. I think that's now playing. I think it's, it's obvious that he doesn't want to do that. And, and look, you can argue that there's good reason not to do it. But if you're in an, that's the case, if you're rand Paul, for example, who is a close advisor that this president. And talks to them all the time. Than look, maybe you have to change the policy because if you don't have maybe you don't even have maybe you have to go back to the, to the, to the to the Iran deal or just concede that Iran is going to get a nuclear weapon eventually. Yeah. That's a pretty dire consequence. Israelis would not be too happy with that. And I was one of the valid reasons for pulling out of the deal itself, which was a, there was a breakout year of, what was a twenty twenty-five when many of the terms of the, the Iran, nuclear deal do expire in twenty twenty-five down all of them. But many, and there was no real limit on the Iranians missile, development program and the inspection regime really was not airtight, I'm in president was justified in pulling out of that nuclear deal. But now the question is whether. Whether he had a end plant to achieve it, right? And the this rainy aggression on its own might have made European allies in particular more open to cooperating with the sanctions regime. I mean, some of them had been trying to figure out work arounds to kind of do some business with Iran and you know, this mining of commercial vessels, and the shooting down of American drone, maybe would have brought them more over to the United States side to tighten tighten the sanctions a little bit. But again, now we have this instance, of confusing policy that seems Radic and what does Donald Trump policy Donald Trump even want from his Iran policy? It's not even clear anymore. I think that, that's a real danger here, and I guess, the, the president would not like this analogy. But I think we have to put it on the table is this comparable in magnitude too dumb? Brock Obama walking away from his red line in Syria on the use of chemical weapons. We know what happened and then I'm in, but, I mean Putin decided to jump into Syria China expanded its presence in the South China Sea, Iran decided to become much more aggressive via proxies and spreading, it's it's could force around the Middle East. Once your adversaries make a judgment that you're tough. Talk is incredible. They will call your bluff. Yeah, they will and as well you might have site the president's decision to pull all of US troops out of northern Syria, causing as secretary depends. Jim Mattis to resign in, in the event, we have not pulled all the troops out. We just announced last week that prep similar thousand. We're going to go back there, not to Syria, that would be the larger Middle East, the, the larger Middle East theater. So, you know. The president is this president is capable of revisiting his decisions. It is entirely possible that within the next week we're going to see something more forceful, maybe not military action. But it's it's hard to predict exactly where we're going with the I think it, I think it depends on how the how the Iranians respond here and the will will, we'll have to see. But I don't I think there's a large at the big question is Kelly said the presence getting some praise at home. But the question is how to our adversaries. See it, do they see this as a sign of indecision weakness. That's the key question for me. All right. Let's turn to the supreme court a little more pleasant subject often controversial. But here's a supreme court is going to the end of its term. We're getting some interesting decisions and courage, ING ones if you happen to be a, a believer in the original constitution. And Kyle and the most recently now the decision on the Bladensburg crossed. That's the bladen Burg's, Maryland cross that was built in nineteen twenty five to celebrate World War. One sacrifice of soldiers killed and the ACLU and other sued to get it to have it removed as a violation of the establishment of the clause of the constitution because it sits on public land, and the supreme court resoundingly said, seventy-two two no way the cross can stay to me. This is a, a sign that common sense can still prevail in these ideological times. I mean, the establishment clause says that the state cannot establish a religion. So if you're driving across the country, and you in twenty nineteen and you hit Maryland, and in the median a, where it is, by the way, the media, you see a large stone cross. With a bunch of male names on it. If your reaction is I wow. I must have entered a jurisdiction run by intolerant Christians. And this is their signed to me that I'm not welcome here. I think that you're not you're not being commonsense. You're not having a reasonable interpretation of what that kind of a symbol means in that context one thing that was interesting about the decision is that it was a seven two decision, but although a large majority of the court came to the conclusion that the monument was fine. There was no broad agreement over the legal reasoning for it. So the they were a seven two decision and the court issued seven different opinions. There was a majority opinion, there was a descent, and there were five concurring opinions. So it shows again, just that there are all sorts of different legal interpretations ways of reading these laws. These statutes, we talk a lot about, you know, there's a perception that there's red just justices and blue. Justices and conflict, and it's just a lot more complicated than that. But don't you give any I mean, don't you think this is a big not a victory not just for common sense, which I take your point. But for religious liberty and the reason I say that is because this took a big step back with seven justices in my mind from the so-called lemon test, which the court had invoked in nineteen. I think nineteen seventy-one that made it very that made it easier to challenge these symbols, and practices even prayer in, in, in, in before a congressional session of state legislature was challenged. Dan? This is I think this is a real step back towards what I would call the original understanding of the establishment clause, which will allow more tolerance, implore Eliza and religious practice without people. As as as Kyle says getting all upset because they happen to see the ten commandments somewhere. Well, yeah. And. On that point. I would I would recommend to our listeners if this weekend, you want to do something really, really enjoyable rundown. Justice Neal Gorsuch, as concurring opinion. In this case it is a wonderful read. He's a beautiful writer, but Justice Gorsuch, ran right at the lemon test, the idea that you had to figure out whether there's any entanglement of religion in something like this. But more than that, and even more seriously. He wrote at length about something called the offended observer test going to the idea that you're driving down the road is Kyle was describing it, you see this big crossing you decided offends, my religion or my sense of, of not having a religion in the public square and lo and behold, you end up before the supreme court, you sue standing to sue, and just as Gorsuch, just tears. This idea limb from limb buddy, raises the issue. You of whether being offended by something is sufficient to have standing in cases like this now against that Justice Ginsburg, joined by Justice Sotomayor Justice, Ginsburg, read her descent out loud, and calling the something like this cross exclusionary and you know, Paul, the idea being offended by events by speech by structures like this. What could be more common in our time? People are offended by civil war, monuments, people are offended by speech, which they interpret as being racist or gender associated. There are a lot of reasons. And a lot of people getting into trouble today, it universities and corporations because they do something that offends, and I think Justice Gorsuch was running straight at that idea. The language particular language courses at us. What comes out of supreme court opinions is that to have the legal standing to sue you have to be claim a concrete and particularized injury. That means you actually have to add some harmed, unto you and that he and he's basically saying that being emotionally offended essentially is not a particularized injury. And he as he put it in a large and diverse democracy. A diverse country, offense can be easily found every two minutes somewhere. And then and then he adds. There's a line that I thought was funny. He says most every government action, probably offend somebody and I thought about the breadth of government. Does these days the chuckled to myself at that? Well, I think I think the interesting thing here to me, more broadly is this court is moving, I think, to a more original understanding of the first amendment and the establishment clause and the managed to drag. Steven briar and Elena Kagan a good portion of the way not totally and their concurrence make some important distinctions with the, the, the majority opinion by Samuel Alito and it certainly they're not going as far as Gorsuch..
"kyle peterson" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Allnight, ESPN radio and the ESPN app and AA baseball tournament bracket unveiled on Monday. UCLA goes into the to- top overall seed him tournament. As for the reaction to the bracket. ESPN analyst, Mike Ronin Kyle Peterson TC was a surprise to me. And when we looked at the bubble you're not quite sure who's gonna get an who's not going to get in. I don't think too many other TCU would get in. I'm not quite sure that TC youth TCU would get it. They did finish strong. They are getting healthy good size from Jerry Jones Eck, in the big twelve tournament, which makes them dangerous nickel Dolo can beat anybody. And obviously Janet, Janet bag they can do the exact same. So that was the biggest surprise for me other than that top a top sixteen about what we thought it would be, you know, for me guys, the disappointment was the five as a fan of college baseball, five interconference matchups in super hills, is disappointing. You know you like to see the parts of the country get to play. But I'd say the positive is this if that chalk holds those environments, will be absolutely electric. So no worthy. Is that there could be conference? In the next round in the super, regionals NCW selection committee chairman Ray Tanner. This is the second year. We've seen at the top sixteen based on merit. We're not looking at potential matchups ups just based on merit. At the top sixteen. There is a consequence that you're going to have conference play conference opponents. Is that good? Or is that bad in this case, they're five potentials potentials where that could happen that doesn't necessarily mean it will happen. So is just the, the consequence doing the savings. We'll see want to ask you about the national seeds here. We've got a Georgia Tech there at the three didn't win the ACC regular season conference tournament eighth in our PI. You've got Stanford is the eleven national seed despite being a top five team for most of the year to explain those two decisions. I'll just share a little bit about Georgia Tech. They had twenty two aggregate wins in the ACC. They won their division. They played in a championship. They won nine out of ten series, their metric for really good, the strength of schedule the non conference strength. Schedule. They also want to raise against Georgia. So I think maybe they might have been overlooked a little bit, and even going into the selections, the merits jumped out at the Georgia Tech band, top seed wanna ask you about the merit of TCU as we look at the last four hundred and I four TCU with an RPI of fifty.
"kyle peterson" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"And Kyle Peterson a member of our aditorial board who for his sins will be covering the democratic presidential. Candidates this year Kaya, how are you Lolo? All right. Let's let's talk about Lisbeth Warren, Kyle you looked at her video and her early females that she's going to be going to be stressing. And it looks to me like she is going to try to take on Donald Trump's populism with version of her own for sure the video announcing that she has launched an exploratory committee for president is kind of funny. It's for thirty seconds starts out there, some nice home home movie footage, and then it takes a really grim turn worthy of Trump inaugural address. We wrote it's it's American carnage. You know, these aren't cracks that families are falling into their traps. Didn't she try that populous, touch and she Papa beer or something shows her working in the kitchen? Yes, she had a over new year. She had a fireside chat on. Bagram live where she was very awkwardly popping. Going off or dog. She's not the most natural politicians, but she's definitely going to try to mirror some of the Trumpian rhetoric. You know, she she's also gone on board some of the the liberal sloganeering Medicare for all she backed she at a rally last summer. She was talking about the need to abolish ice, immigration and customs enforcement and replace it with something that reflects our morality the difference with her is that she's also proposed some very fundamental changes to America's market system. Some that go even further left than Bernie Sanders. Bernie Sanders has talked a lot about the problem of high drug prices. But Elizabeth Warren has introduced a Bill suggesting that the federal government should manufacturer generic drugs. I could be wrong. But I'm not sure Bernie has even gone that far. So that would be basically be government run drugmaker to compete with private manufacturers of. Generics. I if I were a private manufacturer generics. What I would suggest is. Well, you're you have zero cost to capital, you know, compete me. No matter what right, right, though, the, you know, the the problems of central planning suggests that maybe that maybe that wouldn't work out that way. Anyway, I mean, even I it was interesting. There's a writer from mother Jones aimed to Kevin drum who even threw cold water on this idea and said, you know, there's something's government is good at something. That is not good at and manufacturing has not shown to be one of them over time. Actually didn't know that. There was anything that Kevin drummed in think government was good at but Cam. Elizabeth Warren is I think we're going to be reasonably formidable. I mean, she has a tremendous following on the left by dent of her stalwart opposition to Trump she created. She was the person created the consumer financial protection bureau that idea hated Tim Geithner, and the the love was was was unrequited the feeling was mutual. I I mean, and the former secretary of the treasury under Obama, she's a she's been a real a strong opponent of Wall Street and finance thinks that the big banks are entirely evil operations need to be much more controlled if not broken up. Yeah. And there's a belief out there that one of the reasons that she announced on New Year's Eve, which is an unusual time to do it. Because most people are tuned out to other things was to get an early jump in here. Get that grassroots enthusiasm behind her raise a lot of money. And then as a result scare some of her potential competition from even joining the race work. So well, I don't know because the, you know, it's interesting Elizabeth Warren hometown newspaper, the Boston Globe. Actually ran Annetta to'real only a couple of weeks ago in which they advocated she not run and their argument was that her shot was supposed to be back in twenty sixteen when she was essentially bagged by many on the progressive left to get in and mount a real opposition to Hillary Clinton. She didn't do it. And their argument is that was your shot back. Then it's time to make way for some of the new more. Interesting and aggressive people out there and what they focused on. I think is in fact, Elizabeth Warren's biggest problem is that back in two thousand sixteen all of these things that you mentioned she.
"kyle peterson" Discussed on Animal Radio
"So it's not a rarity crazy home. Well, if you've ever lost a pet, I know that you have heard about the rainbow bridge. Mythical overpass bridge into the sky said to connect heaven and earth, but it's also a spot where grieving pet owners supposedly reunite with their dearly departed pets. This all started as a poem about the rainbow bridge, though its origins are disputed. This poem actually launched the myth that was back in the nineteen eighty. And at least three men are still claiming to have written the original rainbow bridge poem, but it's hard to know exactly which one really did write it since all three of them wrote similar books in the nineteen nineties about pet loss. Pretty weird. Yeah, I wanna know who wrote it. Come on guys, three of you highs Mel here. The poem and the books that followed, though, however, you know, did validate the big need for support and helped create a new social understanding that pet deaths are devastating for their humans. But I've always wondered about that. Where did this rainbow bridge thing begin? I read at one time at the funeral of one of my cats was very comforting, and that's the key. It is very comforting. Speaking of cats, Bobby, the cat went missing from his home in great falls Montana more than a year and a half ago. However, his owner, luckily retired seventy three year old. Kyle Peterson, he never stopped trying to find Bobby and last month, everything worked out. Bobby was found roaming the streets of Fallon Nevada, correct? Yes. Bobby had left great falls Montana, turns up and Fallon the Vetter after being picked up as a stray by animal control. They're a quick scan. Bobby's microchip revealed that he was indeed more than. Nine hundred miles away from his home. So with that, luckily that microchip information this shelter was able to get in touch with bobby's owner and after hearing how far that Bobby had traveled. Mr. Peterson believes that the cat actually wandered away from home and somehow hopped on a passing train, which they're train tracks right across the street from his house, and somehow Bobby got on one of those trains, but he's back home now. She. Good ending, though..
"kyle peterson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"He's he's the best best of the paul finebaum show podcast and we welcome you back what a week it has been what an exciting weekend this is if you're a baseball fan especially in the southeastern conference with six conference teams playing super regionals they're all playing each other we have talked to literally all the almost all the coaches this week and now we're going to find out what's really going on with the commentators we head out to nashville in two of the best around tom hart and kyle peterson guys big broadcast coming up let's let's hear what you guys have to say good afternoon type paul thanks for having us yet not only big broadcast not just us two more rightly house so that's big class it up a little bit what we've seen so far this season is not expected for a lot of these teams of being this position i think florida we all knew they would be in a scenario where close to number one national seat but these teams that will see tonight mississippi state vandy got off to terrible starts be quite frank they're playing their best baseball of the year at the most important time without a doubt i mean vanderbilt gets hammered by auburn about a month ago and really from that point on vendor spend a totally different team if you had gone maybe the end of the second week in the sec and we did that don't know who did it on air and ask the two teams that i thought would miss the sec tournament mississippi state was one of them and really for the last five or six weeks they played as well as anybody has in this entire conference it's a tribute to gary henderson jake goto this entire coaching staff and honestly attributed leadership that they have on his club we'll talk plenty about jake mangum today's probably my favorite baseball player in the country it's guys like that that you know what didn't listen everybody else thought they still had plenty and that's why mississippi state still plan and this vandy team with the number one freshman class in the country the junior class was expected produce they all as a group had a very slow first half to the season but i think one thing to keep an eye on throughout this series will be the.
"kyle peterson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"He's he's the best best of the paul finebaum show podcast we walk into the weekend well maybe a little opportunistic or optimistic by our part one out it's friday afternoon why can't we say that good afternoon welcome to the program glad you are here we have lots of do today college baseball across the map going on now going on later guests will be dropping by dennis dot among them talk about the sec meetings and what's in store for the continual quest to try to stop alabama stop me if you've heard that one before chris burke on baseball george schroeder on everything college football tom art kyle peterson live from nashville and it water perot's from gainesville we gotta cover super regionals all over the map six i say that six teams in regionals is that right what does it mean this means more welcome to the program glad you are with us and your phone calls at eight five five to four to seven to eight five pretty open on friday we don't we don't really ever specifically requests certain subjects it's always open line to to do whatever you want some shows only that on friday we do it every day we're here which is pretty much every day eight five five four to seven to eight five that is our number a lot of other things going on this weekend game four the nba finals tonight will this be the end as anyone heard about lebron thinking about going elsewhere you heard that i haven't heard that the belmont stakes tamar in new york will there be another triple crown winner or more heartbreak and of course the college football drumbeat coming closer than it's ever been let's grab some phone calls here.
"kyle peterson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Tanner roark at eighty six pitches pitcher spot is next they had the lefty mac grace warming up you'll want and that's a strike of the outside corner remember last year what are the new rules coming into the season was third base coaches have to stay in the box yeah good luck with that never saw it enforced once last season and i i don't ever see it being enforced i stop heavenly national's third base coaches halfway down the line gift trae turner some direction to swinging a foul straight back to the screen john choppy chris singleton thanks for joining us sunday night baseball radio or tweet at us at uc chomping at singye tweets you tweets of college baseball at kp underscore all maha and you can tweet it kyle peterson we're going to talk to him about that underscore thing because we talked about underscores talk some commercial real estate is well said your question let's get for space tweet a kp to outside just this a ball at two strikes and again you want a good quick twitter handle no underscored i believe you out of the underscore what were you see underscores singleton and you change it to singing anything quite get to bully you bullied break.
"kyle peterson" Discussed on Dari and Mel
"And he said he he's not as idea let the kids let the players have agents in college let him have agents that way other agents are coming in and offering all this huge money to these players makes sense right said college hockey they have agents in college college baseball he said they have agents in college so kyle peterson who was a start at stanford pitched in the bigs and is now and has been for a long time our top college baseball analyst at espn texted me and he said the basic rule is this in baseball you can have an active agent when you are drafted out of high school and you won't lose eligibility arts you can have an agent through the draft process get draft but when you're in college or if you decide you know i'm not going to sign this contract out of high school i'm gonna go to college you cannot use in aged at that point i a ties or cut or you become ineligible so if you're high school have an agent the second you start you decide you're going to go attend college no agent or your ineligible you actually cannot have an agent in college in college basement or all right even though he says just let them all have agents in at seems to be a maybe you're fix the dumb that would make sense andy a staple says just as much okay you ready to honour something good before we get back to something bad let's go hero and zero media say yes.
"kyle peterson" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Via text so andy staples was on from sports illustrated and he said he he's out his idea let the kids led the players have agents in college let him have agents that way other agents are coming in and offering all this huge money to these players make sense right he said college hockey they have agents in college college baseball he said they have agents in college so kyle peterson who was a start at stanford pitched in the bigs and his now and has been for a long time our top college baseball analyst at espn texted me and he said the basic rule is this in baseball you can have an active agent when you are drafted out of high school and you won't lose eligiblity so you can have an agent through the draft process get draft but when you're in college or if you decide you know i'm not going to sign this contract out of high school i'm gonna go to college you cannot use and aged at that point a ties or cut or you become ineligible so if you're high school have an agent the second you start you decide you're going to go attend college no agent or you're an elder so you actually cannot have an agent in college in college baseball all right even though he says just let them all have agents in bed seems to be a maybe a fixed the dumb that would make sense andy as staples says just as much okay you ready to honour something good before we get back to something bad let's go hero and zero media say sorry zero zero zero zero let's go your hero verity is who full huddle hero for your mellman i'm gonna go with the college basketball okay for hero he believe this story college baz oblige direct the drexel men's basketball man for a very forgettable season for the dragons there twelve and eighteen but hey.
"kyle peterson" Discussed on KOMO
"He was on the run for thirty years now a rapist from kids have county is finally in jail komazec one year 71yearold ronald pulse and didn't show up for his kits have county superior court trial in 1990 but he was found last year living in oklahoma he was found after investigators learned and might have been using the alias warren big goal the kitsap sun reports social media searches led officers to oklahoma where he was arrested prosecutors credit the victim with keeping the case open with her good memory falls and pleaded guilty wednesday and now faces twelve years in prison when he sentenced on november seventeen eric heintz komo news seattle police investigating a string of arsons at a magnolia neighborhood calls christon drew says it's been going on force thug months kyle peterson is lived in magnolia four years and he's worried his hung could be hit next by someone setting fires in the neighborhood fits upsetting to feel like they're something actually targeted in intentional since january seattle fire says there have been at least ten arson cases in the nagoya neighborhood in two of the incidents fire spread to nearby structures it just went very quickly the latest one happened a few blocks from peterson's home on twenty eight th avenue west people are pretty disturbed that someone would be intentionally doing us especially at houses that kids and award may be given out for any information that leads to an arson convict chen christon drew colonial seattlebased global health nonprofit getting a major donation for the bill and melinda gates foundation path which works to improve conditions of developing countries receiving a one hundred twenty million dollar grant to improve vaccines of seattle times reports that on prophet we use that money to fight pneumonia and other.
"kyle peterson" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Contractors being called in to remove the wreck brent hunziker kboi two news for six seventy kboi boise police motorcycle unit and other local agencies trying to raise awareness about motorcycle safety after a string of recent fatal crashes officer everett koroma with the bpd motorcycle unit you says the this year alone there have been over ninety crashes of some sort in ada county involving motorcycles it's kind of imperative as a motorcycle rider that you put yourself in a position where you aren't putting yourself at risk from being hit an will by that i mean don't write in a blind spot don't speed because if you're speeding you're not allowing people in front of you to react to you coming up from behind so that's when we get some of these motorcyclist being hit he said it's also a good idea to where reflective pierre to be seen and most importantly do wear helmet a crash yesterday sent six people to the hospital idaho state police report the single vehicle crash happened on each side dr in mccall when kyle peterson of nampa failed to negotiate a curve went over an embankment and then rolled several times peterson and his passenger donna contrarius also of napa and four juvenile's were taken by ground ambulance to saint luke's in mccall can terrorists was later taken by air to say foncesa boise crashes under investigation by the idaho state eight police allocated opening numbers on wall street nasdaq is up six points at this hour the dow jones industrials down twenty two points in for rick worthington i've o'brian six seventy kboi six thirty hornauer six seventy kboi traffic.