35 Burst results for "Last Monday"

Stocks drop the most since May on worries over China, Fed

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 56 min ago

Stocks drop the most since May on worries over China, Fed

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting stocks dropped the most since may on worries over China and the fed worries about a potential collapse by Evergrande one of China's largest real estate developers and the potential ripple effects across markets sent stocks tumbling on Wall Street Monday the markets are also worried the federal reserve may pull back its support for the economy the S. and P. five hundred suffered its biggest drop in four months falling over seventy five points or one point seven percent to four thousand three fifty seven seventy three after two weeks of losses the S. and P. five hundred is on track for its first monthly decline since January the Dow Jones industrial average briefly dial nine hundred seventy one point fell six fourteen to thirty three thousand nine seventy the nasdaq fell three hundred thirty points or two point two percent losses mirrored drops in overseas markets hi Mike Rossio

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FBI searches Florida home of Gabby Petito's boyfriend

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 hr ago

FBI searches Florida home of Gabby Petito's boyfriend

"The FBI executed a search warrant in total weight a Mustang at the family home of Brian Landry wanted for questioning after a body was found the thought to be that of his girlfriend van life blogger Gabby potato out side the family home of Brian Landry a person of interest in the disappearance of Gabby potato a crowd of reporters huddled under umbrellas on a neighbor's lawn exactly I agents came in and out of his parents home with boxes of evidence at least a dozen agents and police officers converged on the home a day after authorities discovered a body believed to be hers on the edge of Grand Teton National Park Landry's whereabouts are still unknown in an interview broadcast Monday on the Dr Phil show Gabby's father Joseph potato said Landry and his daughter had dated for two and a half years and there were no problems during a previous road trip to California Patino said Landry's family was complicit by protecting him he says he wants later to be held accountable for whatever part he played in Gabby's disappearance I'm Jennifer king

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UK Gov't Says Lights Will Stay on Despite Energy Price Surge

The Briefing

01:11 min | 6 hrs ago

UK Gov't Says Lights Will Stay on Despite Energy Price Surge

"Energy costs spiraling which means providers earned the threat of going bust and your household bills may become more expensive. But why is this the case to give you an idea of the scale of the increases faced by g phones wholesale prices for gas of searched two hundred fifty percent since january with a seventy percent rise since august alone and the situation to get worse with uk gas prices for next month surging. Sixteen percent today. A business lifelock has more but in summary so tough time to be in the energy business right now. Of course the companies come put up prices because of the government's energy price cap business secretary quasi quasi said today it would remain in place and he reassured. Mp's in the commons that he didn't expect supply emergencies to occur this winter. Adding there is absolutely no question of the lights going out it senior tories of warned about the wider impact. The cost of living crisis could erupt into the biggest political issue of the decade read. Why surging gas prices could cancel christmas and hit food supplies. Ross clark knows where he thinks. The blame for the crisis lies arguing. The chickens are coming home to roost for millie. Banditism and we have a guide to how to protect yourself from rising and prices and supplies going bust.

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What to Watch on TV Monday, September 20, 2021

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

00:33 sec | 7 hrs ago

What to Watch on TV Monday, September 20, 2021

"Ten night is the night dancing with the stars. The season premiere some of our favorites. Cody rigsby from pelivan. Taking the stage. Mel sees taking the age more. Brian austin green. Joe joe joe see wa. She is going to be having a same sex partner and that has never happened before dancing with the stars. So that'll be a first time for that. She's going to do it. Cody should do it. To see your right code. He should do it to agree hundred percent. Ncis the season premiere. There's so many people excited about that. The voice the season for me. If you are just fan of television tonight is a good night. Because there's a lot of season premieres

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Guterres Condemns Yemen Executions by Houthis

UN News

01:06 min | 8 hrs ago

Guterres Condemns Yemen Executions by Houthis

"U. n. secretary general antonio guiterrez on monday urged world leaders to take action to get sustainable development back on track before it's too late to change course at a meeting in new york on the sidelines of the un general assembly. He insisted that the road to recovery after kovic was mapped out clearly highlighting several challenges. The un chief said that corona virus vaccine production needed to double to reach seventy percent of the world's population by the middle of next year. Bold investment was also needed in education welfare protection healthcare and jobs. Mister guitarist continued at the digi moment. Event as he urged an end to tax evasion money laundering and illicit financial flows the third global challenges ensuring equal rights for women and girls including in education everywhere. The un top official maintained as leaders heard his call to put an end to the warming lead against a planet. The only way to do this by committing to zero net emissions by twenty fifty said mr perish by dedicating one hundred billion dollars a year to climate action and by saying no to more coal-fired power stations after twenty twenty one

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A Global Selloff to Kick off Disrupt Week

Equity

00:28 sec | 9 hrs ago

A Global Selloff to Kick off Disrupt Week

"A hello. This is alex of course happy monday. Hope you're doing. Well hope he had a good weekend and that all things are gucci where you are. I'm scared because the markets are in freefall. This morning it is an absolute mess out there. We have the dow jones industrial average off six hundred twenty points in market trading or two point eight percent that in case. You're not sure is lot yes. It is the nasdaq is off two hundred and eighteen points or one point four percent. This morning again. Pre-market trading numbers. So we're kind of looking ahead to what the. Us markets will

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The Zach Wilson Era Is off to a Disastrous Start

ESPN Daily

02:17 min | 13 hrs ago

The Zach Wilson Era Is off to a Disastrous Start

"So let's talk about zack wilson. Because you mentioned him and watching him lose twenty five to six at home to the patriots and bill ballot check and bill. Bella check destroys rookie. Quarterback's he consumes them. He picks their bones. That's all stuff that we know already cleans. His teeth with the bones of rookie quarterback is what he does but we saw jets fans alex. You know throwing in the towel and it's week two. And i say that because they were literally throwing souvenir tales from the stands. And zach wilson. The four picks. I'm curious about climbing into your memory bank here because what do you. Alex smith remember about playing the colts back in two thousand and five pablo. I've definitely tried to forget this one all right but we're good. I do remember my first career. Start the number one defense at the time and like the colts were in their heyday. Payton was rolling. But that defenseman dwight free robert matt Bob sanders. i mean it was. It was a joke and yeah. It's all a terrible blur for me. Like four picks i think my rating was it like it was a disaster but i think that was a clear design i was i just turned twenty one. I mean i played only two years in college in a spread system now trying to plan their center. Probably this become this pro quarterback whatever that is and It was not good. I was definitely i. I felt unprepared. And it was a disaster and it showed. You've been a guy who had a four interception game really early after being a top. Pick your the number one overall pick of course. What do you counsel him. Hypothetically what do you stay to him after a game like this if you were to visit him. Alex smith kind of like a ghost of christmas future. What do you. What do you tell a kid who's very talented but also just had a day like this. I think exactly that. I mean i think you gotta go like for me. I just go to the third and fourth picks that he grew and pause before the snap and look look like jack. It's ten to three on this one. It's in the third quarter we got. There's a ton of football left. There's no reason to throw this ball up The way he did and then even the second one in the fourth grade. I mean i think it was thirteen to three. At that point. There is still time. Left like again I think going back to just doing your

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Streaming Platforms Dominated the 2021 Emmys

the NewsWorthy

00:41 sec | 16 hrs ago

Streaming Platforms Dominated the 2021 Emmys

"As expected streaming platforms dominated. Last night's emmy awards. Netflix was the network with the most wins. In fact netflix says the crown was the nights. Biggest winner overall. It won seven awards including best drama series as well as best lead actor and actress in a drama on the comedy side apple. Tv's ted lonzo won for best series and it brought in three other awards as well. Like best lead actor in a comedy. That was a first emmy for jason. Today's best lead actress in a comedy though. Went to jean smart for hbo's hacks rupaul. Also made history by winning the most emmys ever by a person of color when ru paul's drag race won best competition series for a fourth straight year and cedric. The entertainer hosted the ceremony making him only the second solo black host in the event's history.

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Rep. Chip Roy Reacts to Biden Withholding Monoclonal Antibodies From Florida and Texas

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 2 d ago

Rep. Chip Roy Reacts to Biden Withholding Monoclonal Antibodies From Florida and Texas

"Is even more horrifying And we have the Montgomery County judge here in Texas, which is near Houston. Who posted on Facebook yesterday, the day before. I'm not sure if you saw it where he right. He wrote out the 2000 Texans that were benefiting from the treatment that they had put in place to have a clinic or set up there to run these mono monoclonal antibody treatment. And it was successful. And this is where the vaccinated and unvaccinated and then now you've got the Democratic leadership in Washington coming in and saying no, no, no. We're going to step in and interfere with the market and create a problem that didn't really exist. And I look, I wrote a letter to the HHS on Monday, lighting them on fire about this and raising this issue up the flagpole and then load the whole We get 24 hours later, they were gonna have a briefing on Friday. We had that briefing today, Mark And I asked twice. I got cut off. And then I got back in Q asking a second time. Hey, how many, Uh, doses do you currently have a supply? How many can be made per month and what's the demand? You tell me the numbers. You show me how there's some massive national shortage that you've got to interfere, and they would never answer the question. Literally, he said. Well, we'll just have to get back to you. The numbers to wait you're stepping in and rationing care. Rationing what Texas can get, and you can't even tell me what the numbers are its political. They started off of saying seven states have 70% of the demand on this stuff and get never mind in January. It'll be 10 different states Mark because we know how this virus works. And yet that's what they're doing. It's political. It's purposeful and people's lives at stake. And they're doing it because they don't want to talk about treatment. Not just this. But after cork wine back when that was more effective. Let me tell you something about, uh Hattrick chloroquine. I've been taking that for months. Have heart disease and asthma. Has an harm me in any way.

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At 101, She's Still Hauling Lobsters With No Plans to Stop

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 d ago

At 101, She's Still Hauling Lobsters With No Plans to Stop

"A one hundred one year old woman in Maine has no plans to stop hauling lobsters Virginia Oliver still faithfully tends to attract top Rockland Maine with her seventy eight year old son Maxwell I'm man the lobster and I made sure all then I put them in the king Oliver started trapping lobsters at the age of eight and these days she catches them using a boat that once belonged to her late husband and bears her own name the Virginia Oliver had worked at a printing plant Mary being nasty when he came on Monday and I have the dad will call the doctor went to Laura had said Monday it has an important role in Oliver had a brief scare a couple of years ago when a crab snapped her finger and she had to get seven stitches she won't let that stop her always down there from now on I might as well keep right on doing it I'm at Donahue

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Broadway Will Not Disclose Box Office Grosses

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

01:05 min | 5 d ago

Broadway Will Not Disclose Box Office Grosses

"You probably know usually the broadway league releases figures every monday about box office grosses. They're not releasing those this year. They they've said stuff about like well you know plays are staggered is not the same. Also there's There's reduced reduced shows for a lot of shows. Not everybody's doing eight shows a week so we don't know i do know that waitress that the night it opened they did make an announcement that waitress itself had broken All the previous broadway records for single performance ticket sales. They made it almost two hundred thousand dollars in ticket sales But besides that all when i was at passover tusa empty seats When i was at hagerstown. I didn't see a single one and i'm sure that last night i think the odds are very good. That every seat was filled last night. They would have been sold out all the people who wanted to be part of that history. How it will continue that way.

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The Future Of Sports (MM #3829)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

The Future Of Sports (MM #3829)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I've been a sports fan all of my life, but I've actually gone from being more of a rabid sports fan to just a casual fan over the years. But the other night when I heard the news about the new ESPN Monday Night Football mega cast with Peyton and Eli Manning, I had to check it out. And I think I saw the future of sports broadcasting. With that said, I actually did sports play by play in college, thought about doing it professionally, but I saw it the other night and said this is where we're going. Sure, there may always be a play by play guy at professional like what I once was, but sitting there listening to two guys just casually watching a game and then all the plays don't really matter. But what they said mattered more. It may not be patent in Eli which everybody say it works because their brothers and works so well together. But imagine just doing this with all different sports. Having different ways to watch the game. Sure, there may be one traditional play by play going, but imagine being able to do this with a lot of pro players and having visitors come in and out and being a part of the gang. Feel like you're right there with them on the couch or in the bar hanging out and having a good time. That's only ten games this football season on Monday night, but I think it's going to be huge.

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The Future Of Sports (MM #3829)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

The Future Of Sports (MM #3829)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I've been a sports fan all of my life, but I've actually gone from being more of a rabid sports fan to just a casual fan over the years. But the other night when I heard the news about the new ESPN Monday Night Football mega cast with Peyton and Eli Manning, I had to check it out. And I think I saw the future of sports broadcasting. With that said, I actually did sports play by play in college, thought about doing it professionally, but I saw it the other night and said this is where we're going. Sure, there may always be a play by play guy at professional like what I once was, but sitting there listening to two guys just casually watching a game and then all the plays don't really matter. But what they said mattered more. It may not be patent in Eli which everybody say it works because their brothers and works so well together. But imagine just doing this with all different sports. Having different ways to watch the game. Sure, there may be one traditional play by play going, but imagine being able to do this with a lot of pro players and having visitors come in and out and being a part of the gang. Feel like you're right there with them on the couch or in the bar hanging out and having a good time. That's only ten games this football season on Monday night, but I think it's going to be huge.

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Raiders Concerned Marcus Mariota, Yannick Ngakoue May Have Suffered Long-Term Injuries

The Trendzone

00:16 sec | 5 d ago

Raiders Concerned Marcus Mariota, Yannick Ngakoue May Have Suffered Long-Term Injuries

"Yeah then the raiders. On monday night had a huge win but they lose denzel good. Acl he's out for the air. And then john gruden in gakugei. Marcus mariota and jerry mccoy may have long-term injuries. We haven't heard the extent of it yet. I'll just brutal. For the raiders but man. What an epa

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Brad Smith Promoted at SiriusXM

podnews

00:36 sec | 5 d ago

Brad Smith Promoted at SiriusXM

"Simple costs founder and ceo brand smith has been promoted is now head of podcast products for sirius. Xm simple cost was acquired by sirius. Xm last year they also own pandora stitcher and adds ways smith will be responsible for podcast strategy across platforms for creators and listeners. His boss sirius. Xm's ceo jennifer wits. Said on monday that the company plans a broader set of podcasts available for pandora listeners and will continue to publish across multiple platforms though also suggested some opportunities for exclusivity

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Clay Helton Fired as USC's Head Coach

College Football Live

00:17 sec | 6 d ago

Clay Helton Fired as USC's Head Coach

"Usc coach clay helton was fired on monday. After going forty six and twenty four in his six seasons as the trojans head coach. The decision comes just two days after. Ufc who had conference title aspirations was embarrassed at home. In a loss to

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Putin to Self-Isolate Due to COVID-19 Among Inner Circle

NPR News Now

00:51 sec | 6 d ago

Putin to Self-Isolate Due to COVID-19 Among Inner Circle

"President vladimir putin is going into quarantine the kremlin says that's due to a breakout of covert nineteen in his inner circle for moscow. Npr's charles means has details. The kremlin made the announcement in a readout of a phone call with the leader of the former soviet republic of tajijistan. According to the readout putin told the tonge leader he would not be attending upcoming regional summit and instead joined by teleconference because he was self isolating due to an outbreak of kovic nineteen in his inner circle acres on monday criminal pool. Cameras caught putin in a hot mike moment while signing autographs for returning russian paralympian from the tokyo games during which putin casually noted some among his staff had been infected. The kremlin spokesman later insisted the russian leader was speaking generally about concerns over the virus. The athletes themselves had quarantine for one week to meet with

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Hurricane Nicholas Disrupts Power to Some Louisiana Residents

Wall Street Breakfast

00:20 sec | 6 d ago

Hurricane Nicholas Disrupts Power to Some Louisiana Residents

"Hurricane nicholas made landfall along the texas coast today bringing the threat of up to twenty inches of rainfall to parts of the gulf coast. Louisiana governor john edwards declared a state of emergency sunday night ahead of the storm's arrival across louisiana. Almost one hundred and twenty thousand customers remain without power. As a monday

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"last monday" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | Last month

"last monday" Discussed on WGN Radio

"1000 people here last Monday. Marched on the school board meeting, and I think I I don't know A lot of people spoke up. We had a lot of support my community, and I think I don't know what it was exactly. But I do know that, uh, you know, that's how it's supposed to work in a democracy school board says it committed. It is committed to providing excellent education and fair compensation for its teachers. Teachers are planning a walk in at schools today. At this point, everybody is hoping to avoid a strike. Chicago Mayor Lightfoot is zeroed in on four finalist for the new Chicago Public Schools CEO from a pool of 25 applicants. The sometimes reports interim CPS CEO Jose Tourist remains in the running for the permanent position. San Antonio School Superintendent Pedro Martinez also appears to be the top contender, the report, says Mayor Lightfoot Has not made up her mind yet and now with WGN SPORTS Here's Andy Maser Cubs were swept at home by the Royals yesterday. 91 Kansas City victory, The Cubs now set a franchise record with their 13th straight loss at Wrigley Field. Chance to snap that skid tonight with the Cubs host the Rockies. Kyle Hendricks will go for the Cubs against Antonio sends a Tele for Colorado. Nico Horner began his rehab of the South Bend Cubs yesterday, his second advent, he removed himself from the game as a precaution. He's been battling an oblique issue and felt some tightness during that at bat will be re evaluated later today, a rare ugly one for the White Sox get shut out by the Rays. Nine Nothing. Tampa takes two or three in the series Reynaldo Lopez four innings, giving up three runs. Tim Anderson missing his second straight game with leg soreness. White Sox will start a series tonight in Toronto. Lance Lynn will get the start in Game one yesterday In Toronto. Miguel Cabrera became the 28th member of the 500 home run club, hitting a home run off Blue Jays lefty Steven Matz in the sixth inning of the Tigers 53 win over the Blue Jays. There will be back at work later. Today. They're getting ready for their final preseason game Coming up on Saturday, The Bears will head to Nashville to face Tennessee News breaking yesterday. The Titans head coach Mike Vrabel, as tested positive for Covid 19 final round of the Northern Trust in the FedEx Cup gets going today. After a day off yesterday, Cameron Smith and John Ron the leaders at 16 under par. The final 18 holes.

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"last monday" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:01 min | 3 months ago

"last monday" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Invested in Portland. As far as I know, I mean, he's been, uh, fully invested in the coaching search. Um, he's been, you know, involved. The coaching search he is going to Tokyo doesn't fuck a guy who's asking for a trade. We'll see who the Who? The coach who gets hired there, But I don't think games going anywhere. I think if you honestly made then I know a lot of people are leaping to conclusions about Portland. Not just for Lillard, but for CJ McCollum and yeah, you could, um I could write you up a nice 700 Word article about analyzing that that possible trade, But Ben Simmons is a really good player, and if he became available, there'd be a lot of teams making offers. And you know, there would be a lot of options. Um, it's not is cut and dried is making a snap decision after a miserable defeat like this, Brian Wind horses always making us smarter here, chatting on the rich Eisen show. What is up with Chris? Paul? What's going on? Is he vaccinated? Best You can tell. And why. Why don't we find out like is it? Is it a close contact? Does he have it like Why aren't we learning all of the details and leading me to ask you a question? Five different ways. Brian From From what? I have been told he was vaccinated. And he is in. He has unfortunately has a breakthrough. What they call a breakthrough infection. He is covid positive or was tested covid positive last week. Despite being vaccinated, and that's actually happened with a couple of NBA players, and it's a reminder of why they still have protections. Um, you know, we don't have a lot of data yet Rich on what happens to folks who Have a breakthrough infection like that. Hopefully, he's not experiencing severe symptoms. But, um in the during the during the season of the NBA players who tested positive you either had to Go through two back to back negative test. Or you had to go through 10 days after your symptoms stopped, and almost every player who got who tested positive without for about two weeks. Um, and again, I wish I could say Well, there was 35 players who tested positive would breakthrough infections and and there was a bigger sample, but I don't have it. And so the reality is when Chris Paul tested positive Last Monday. You had the reality. You had to face the reality that he could be looking at 10 to 14 days. Just because the two negative tests don't come very often. And despite him being vaccinated the whole Whole league is not vaccinated. And because of that the NBA has had to stick their protocols to try to avoid an outbreak. And so it's a terrible hand to be dealt to the sons. The reality is he may look at having dimmest three or four games. They are not giving us Updates on his daily testing, which I understand It's a privacy matter, but we just don't know. Um you know, publicly at least, you know. Wow. You know what his test looked like and what his symptoms are. But the reality is, you know, I don't see him. Back for Game two and I, It could be longer and so the fact that the sons are able to get such a victory and they got a huge break Rich This is This is just reality. The fact that the Western Conference finals are being televised by ABC and ESPN worked in the Sun's advantage. And that is because Gaby see ESPN with guaranteed a Sunday afternoon game. That was going to be game one of the series of Game seven of a series and and because it was an afternoon gave TNT typically doesn't do afternoon games. They do evening games. They have the Eastern Conference finals. Um Had to be an afternoon window and it's early in the West Coast. And so the Clippers have a 36 hour turnaround and that I do think, play the role in the sons being able to go up one. Oh, so as bad luck as they had getting to Chris Paul infection. They did get some fortune to catch the Clippers on an UN tight rest, and I think it contributed that. And, of course, Devin Booker is brilliant game. They're up one. Oh, and that's a great win without Chris Paul interesting, and then the Twitter sleuths. If that's such a thing, I don't know if that's an oxymoron or not, Brian, but The Twitter sleuths are seeing co. Why walking around without a lamp and no brace and know anything on his knee, and that's led to the conversation that maybe it's the old Bone bruise partial axial tear, which means he may not be out. Either for the rest of the playoffs. What are you hearing about that for the Clippers? Well, uh, a sprain. The definition of a sprain is a is a terror so he has Some sort of care in his A C. L, um I probably have a tear in my eye. I see how we are little pairs, but I don't want to overreact that, but he definitely has a minor tearing his a C l or I don't know, moderate or whatever. They elected not to tell us whether he had a grade one grade two or grade three spring? Uh, James Harden came out after The Nets Series ended and said, Hey, I had a grade two hamstring strain, which means that that's a 4 to 6 Week injury normally, so that's what he was playing through. Um So you know, Kawai would been talking to the Clippers they have. They're keeping their cards close to the vest, But they say they're optimistic that he will be able to return. Now. Does that mean in Game six of the final series that mean in Game six? Of the conference finals. You know, I don't even know if they know that but I will say that Typically, when you have a knee sprain, it is is an injury that is measured in weeks, not days. Um But this is the playoffs and we'll seek Hawaii's very cautious with injuries in his career, and I can't be That can't be discounted. But I think for the short term, the Clippers are going to have to do this without thinking. What is going to be coming back last one for you, Brian. I read an article that, um, that Durant wears shoes one size larger than he really needs to, because he likes the feel. That he likes the room or the give, and we all saw. We all saw the toes on the three point line. That would have been the game winner essentially against the box, leading to an overtime instead because he had his feet on the line that they lost is that a true story? Does Durant where she's larger than he needs to It was true at one time. I don't know whether or not he still does. I mean, I wonder after you've torn your Achilles whether your doctor advises wearing shoes that don't quite fit. But Um, yes, although that is an amazing fact Areas. Amazing little story. That wasn't why the Nets? No, It's just I just saw that and I'm like, Wow, you know, so it it was truly incredible shot. And here's what you can say about about the playoffs and the margins even though You play series in the NBA, and typically, you don't have stuff like that. You look at the Milwaukee Bucks. If he is four millimeters or whatever back I don't think they score and I think they lose that game now. The Milwaukee Bucks.

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"last monday" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"last monday" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Oh, I mean is, are they and they're not going to be the Lions won't be at any any less than all the teams that they play, but Is this gonna be good football? That's what I'm really asking. No, I don't think it could be good for the first month or two, something. It will be football and I think we'll all watch it hopefully in choices, but I mean, I know that's a great point. Because you know, Jamie, the past came back on. Ah, the 17. So last Monday was the first day they reveal about their get pads on they got they had six practice last week. Um, they had Monday off. They did not practice Tuesday. So they have the rest of this week the rest next week and then you have a game week in terms of live work. You know, truly live live all the way live. Everybody's getting tackled to the ground. There have not been many. They done some. They've done some short yardage stuff. They've done some Ah, couple live reps here and there. You know what a handful of practice I've been out, too. But it's been a lot of fun, and it's been a lot of, you know, live at the line of scrimmage. But beyond that, it's been, you know, making sure that guy's air kind of rounding. They're rounding themselves back into hitting shape, But, yeah, no. That's three point at some point. And I've been wondering this every day we go out there. One of these days we go out there. There's gonna be a day where it's. It's just gonna be a bunch of hitting because they're gonna have to hit. There's gonna have to be a day somewhere in the middle of this, and I'm not sure what exactly they have planned or those plans or fluid and I think they probably are. Depending on availability and everything else of guys. But at some point we're gonna have to be able to go out there and hit live and maybe go through. Even Ah, controlled. You know whether it be a 30 rep scrimmage or something? You know something of that nature because, like it's a dream, and you can't reasonably go into an NFL game, having hit like one It's a pretty three. I'm sorry. Previous eight months. I mean it like that, exactly what I think they're trying to build themselves into that. Practices have been physical every day. I'm not going to say that they haven't been, um you know, it's unethical practice, So obviously there's a lot of hitting going on across the board. But in terms of truly live live all the way work. No, they're not having those inter squad scrimmage is that he used to get no preseason games. So you know some of that was overkill. I always thought that I'd be too much of that. But you got to find a balance somewhere in the middle of you. You have to hit some and, you know, we'll see. You know, kind of the big metal ramp up for the end of this week. And then in the next week, and we'll see how it goes before Gameweek. Yeah, Nick about Ah, ah, Couple of the guys on the defense side to Sean hand. Ah, that was a huge loss for them last year. I don't even know how many snaps he ended up taking, but it wasn't a lot. He 100%. And what about the corner opposite of Dakota? Desmond Trufant, would you would you put him as Ah? As the the number one on the block down guy Here is the true find from a couple of years ago. Do you think he's lost a step? What about true? Funny and then the show on hand to guys that obviously you're going to be key here for Ah! Map. Attrition of defense. Yeah, Yeah, hand his hand. It looks good. I mean, he looked. Ah, look, look, He's out there every day for a healthy uh, you know, he looks stronger to me. Hey, looks more explosive. And part of that might also be you know, he's healthy. But he looks like the guy athletically that folks expected, You know, I mean, he's got such a good You can feel it when you watch with one on ones and he's inside, and they have moved him out to the edge a little bit of work on the edge of the past two weeks here. When he's inside against the guard and he gets you know winds is get off and then get that get those hands inside the chest. I mean, it's a pop, You know, I mean, I mean, there's it could get violent with the hands and he has the ability Like you said. I mean, he has the ability to push the pocket from the interior. If he's healthy and consistent, he's been out every day on look good. I mean, I think that's so far so good On that front, he end Danny Shelton of both. Nice job inside of you know me, you know, creating some push, winning their gaps, The things like that, But I think for hand, it's as much about you know what that would look like in four weeks. You know, as it is today, so that's a big part of it on Ben for true fun. Yes, but he's in one of these guys do that We've seen, you know, on offense. They've had some, too. He hasn't done a lot of teamwork. It's been a lot of that kind of slowly brought him along, You know, not sure there's um Maintenance issues there, whatever else but they've sort of slowly brought him along. There's been a lot of times I've seen him sort of working with Jeff. Oh, Kuda Kuda has questions will come over and talk to him. But a lot of his work has been an individual. Setting kind of similar to what they did with fury and Johnson. They've sort of limited the workload here in the first couple weeks, they're going to get their bodies back. So a lot of that happening with veterans in a lot of different places, and they're really still trying to push. Repped all over the place is much the candidate to I think, probably try to evaluate the back and the rest, I will say. 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"last monday" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"last monday" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"To class. Last Monday, America's listening to Fox scenes. Staying connected continues with 1061 FM Talk Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest had sought an injunction against pandemic related executive orders issued by Governor Cooper. These are the orders keeping some businesses like bowling alleys and gym's closed while a lawsuit against the governor's action is pending in court. Forrest says the governor should have asked for the backing of the Council of State. In the meantime, a judge Tuesday ruled against forests injunction request Fire destroyed a town home in Durham overnight. The grove complex off Jackson Street was under construction. No one was injured. Firefighters have that blaze under control within about 1/2 hour because now under investigation Over 19 was found in a family's deceased pet Richard Stelling reports. The dog's owner told authorities that pet began having trouble breathing and was taken to the NC State Veterinary Hospital in Raleigh early last week. A few hours later, the dog died test performed on the animal determined it wasn't affected with the virus that causes covered 19 and humans. Doctors say the dollar was most likely infected by a family member who had tested positive for their current virus a few weeks earlier. I'm Richard's telling the code Compliance division for the city of Greensboro, is warning residents about a new scam making the rounds. City officials say people claiming to be contractors promised to resolve a notice of violation for a cash fee. They say the city will never request cash payments. Anyone has been approached by someone claiming to be a contractor and requesting a cash payment. Is asked to call Greensboro, P. D. First round Stanley Cup action between the Hurricanes and Bruins was pushed back two this morning. The NHL postponing last night's game because of a Quint topple over time between the lightning and blue jackets. They were stuck in two and two until Columbus finally pulled ahead. The Canes around one matchup will get underway this morning at 11 o'clock. Inside the NHL's bubble up in Toronto with continuing news updates from around the state. I'm Kyle Wilson. Prepare to hunker down with heavy rainfall. The forecast by tomorrow showers. Thunderstorms maybe some spotty heavy rain today. 90 thunderstorms early tonight overnight low of 73 Thursday. Scattered showers and thunderstorms with heavy rain.

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"last monday" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"last monday" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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"last monday" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"last monday" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Last Monday night's record breaking game saints quarterback drew Brees drawing is five hundred and forty first career touchdown pass to surpass the great Dan Marino and breeze also set the NFL mark for the highest completion rate in a single game twenty nine of thirty four ninety six point seven percent just ahead of the old mark set by his old Chargers mate Philip rivers that a breeze looks to extend his TD record against the Tennessee pass D. that's right twenty fifth in the league and after completing his final twenty two passes in a thirty four seven win over the colts through just needs a complete his first for today against the Titans in all set another NFL record for most consecutive completions and his sage teammate Michael Thomas also closing in on a little history he's already had record eight games with at least ten catches the most ever in a single season Thomas now leading the league with a hundred and thirty three receptions fifteen hundred fifty two yards of just eleven catches behind Marvin Harrison's all time single season record of one forty three set back in two thousand two what a breeze TD passes on Monday night went to his third string quarterback and his clubs human Swiss army knife Hey some hill roll utility guys caught five touchdown passes this season and I spoke with hill this week in first asked about contributing to breeze incredible achievements man it it it's kind of crazy I think sometimes we forget how special he is that you know for all the things that he's accomplished because he's such a normal guy you know returns.

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"last monday" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:50 min | 2 years ago

"last monday" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"This to our debate took place last Monday prime minister Trudeau running for another term being challenged by conservative leader and through sheer Jack meet seeing represents the NDP party also hearing from Elizabeth may of the Green Party the election will be held on October twenty first since he's been radio W. CSP from washed in American history TV this week Supreme Court justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and selling your soul tomorrow or discuss the judicial impact of the first woman in the U. S. Supreme Court Sandra day o'connor justices Ginsburg represents the second woman and just to sort of more or the third justice o'connor was nominated by president Reagan she served from nineteen eighty one to two thousand six this talk is part of an all day conference commemorating the thirtieth and I'm sorry thirty eighth anniversary of justice o'connor's Senate confirmation and it was hosted by the Ronald Reagan presidential library would like to note that in the audience for this conversation is Supreme Court associate justice Brett Kavanaugh and the two justices will be joined by appellate attorney Ted Olson I know most of that was for the justices we are so honored at the Reagan institute to have this program today which those of you who have been here from the beginning now it's been a marvelous marvelous experience we have had many of justice o'connor's Clark's here some of her friends and colleagues talking about her legacy what it meant when she was appointed to the Supreme Court what her heard a fit about her jurisprudence and it's been an exciting interesting conversation and I worry as I was hearing this what can we add to that because we're going to talk about some of the same things and they heard some of the audience heard a lot about justice o'connor and her jurisprudence and what she meant to the court and to America but they didn't hear it from only perspective that the two of you can provide Ali eggs in the history of the United States Supreme Court and so I'm going to ask some of the questions that the people here I'm sure are anxious to learn about and I'll start with you justice Ginsburg what was your reaction and how what what were your feelings when you first heard that justice o'connor was going to be nominated to be on the United States Supreme Court I was driving home from the DC circuit turn on the news and the nomination of Sandra day o'connor was announced I said Hallelujah then I also thought this is the selling that would give me thought of the yen is going to be advance forward and letting me be harder again it was the change the complexion of the U. S. judiciary when he became president it was only one woman on a federal court of appeals that would surely have center he made her the first ever secretary of education and then there were none surely have stint yeah Conor although he had only four years and no Supreme Court vacancy to fill he can literally change the complexion of the federal court by appointing women and members of minority groups a number is I think president Reagan was saying Jimmy Carter was right and I am going to make the big strive for appointing a woman to the US Supreme Court so you saw this as a continuum of what president Carter had started and was a change in the opportunities for women to be a part of the federal budget or judiciary anyway anywhere else people sometimes ask did you always want to be a Supreme Court justice in the ancient days when justice o'connor and I graduated from law school what we wanted was HM any well we won't talk about too much about that the job opportunities at least at the beginning just a sort of my arm where were you and how do you learn about this nomination disappointment and what was your reaction at the time I was an assistant district attorney in New York County as of I was working hard but as all of you know Ruth works harder than most of us so I got to see it on the news that night and to me I had just graduated from law school year and a half before maybe two two year before here before and at the time they were obviously no women on the Supreme Court there were hardly any women in the federal judiciary there were I think maybe one or two women on the Supreme Court says other states and the idea and people law firms were counting that they were progressive when they have a one woman partner among a hundred and so what Bruce had started I still have not seen the progress being made in any significant numbers Jesse act but the appointment of Sandra gave me a whole it opened the door to me thinking that the progress would move faster than I had imagined didn't quite as fast as I had hoped and still some steps to be taken but it was a door open it was an opportunity for women to begin to see the possibility of exploring all aspects of our profession you see the advantage of diversity whether it's gender or race or ethnicity or even professional work whatever the diversity represents it gives people who don't otherwise think there's opportunity it inspires them to believe there might be and so I think seeing a woman on the court inspired not just me but so many of the young women who are starting their careers do you think just a sort of me are the justice o'connor has very special qualities in terms of her character her background for a for a bringing I'll tell you what I heard be sure deal as a first or the only thing that scared me was she was a woman who had done it all she was married to raise children she has served in the legislature she had served in the court system and I thought to myself oh my god if that's the standard I'm.

"last monday" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"last monday" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I'm back to utah last monday so like city police chief chris brown says detectives have served a search warrant at a home our detectives collected multiple items of evidence throughout the night better in the process of being tested and analyzed this will take some time he says a mattress and box spring from the home where recently given away police in salt lake city are trying to find those does he whether there's any evidence of the missing woman andrew mollenbeck k._f._i. news supreme court has ruled the trump administration needs to explain it self better before putting a citizenship question on the census aaron katersky says the ruling comes just days before the feds were supposed to print census forms court said there needed to be genuine justifications and found the stated rationale that the justice department requested the question to veteran force the voting rights act who've been contrived chief justice john roberts says the government has the right to ask about citizenship if it provides a clear reason the questions challenger say could scare emigrant's of the questions challenger say could scare immigrants away from answering and lead to underrepresentation in places like southern california governor newson is using the supreme court's decision on the citizenship question to push californians to fill out their census form the governor said even the idea of a census question will make an undercount more likely for guardless of whether it actually ends up on the actual questionnaire he and attorney general heavier ever sarah are urging everyone to answer the census forms even if they're in the country legally it's a simple statement if you don't participate in the census trump wins it's as clear as that california's at risk of losing federal funding and even a seat in congress if the state's population is undercounted in sacramento andy clawson k._f._i. news the u._s. supreme court has ruled partisan gerrymandering cannot be appealed in federal court critics of gerrymandering say it allows whoever draws voting district lines to engineer the outcomes of elections the justices split five four with liberals dissenting chief justice john roberts says the district's at issue or highly partisan but it's not the court's role to decide if they are constitutional justice elena kagan wrote the dissent she says the court should not abandon its role in defending free and fair elections from.

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"last monday" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"last monday" Discussed on KTOK

"Clock since last Monday, the area is under a voluntary evacuation order. She climbed down on her own. That's what witnesses say about the woman who had to be rescued yesterday from a storm drain near north west sixty second and Robinson can herb tells news four he tried to help when I got here, she was kind of bracing herself inside the drainage. And as I looked in she fell the woman reportedly fell about twenty five feet the bottom firefighters had to cut through metal rungs at the top of the storm drain bring her out. She was taken to a hospital with minor injuries. Witnesses told police the woman had earlier been seen running through traffic on the Broadway extension. Dodging cars. Governor Kevin stood scientists school Bill. Here's Katie case Beth Myers, some school districts might have to return to five day school weeks under a Bill signed into law this week by governor Kevin. Did the Bill authored by state Senator Marty Quinn of Claire Moore and Representative Ronda Baker of Yukon. Give schools three options. Those are one hundred eighty days of classroom time or a minimum of one hundred sixty five days of classroom time with one thousand eighty hours of instruction or one thousand eighty hours of instruction with no minimum days, but only if the district meets guidelines for school performance and cost savings three more measles cases in Oklahoma. The state health department says they're all close contacts of the initial case, confirmed may fifteenth and Mogi county that initial case was a person who had travelled overseas and then return to Oklahoma. It makes a total of four cases this year in Oklahoma. No cases have been confirmed outside. Smoggy county. It could be a record year for tornadoes in the United States. The national weather service has received nine hundred thirty four tornado reports so far this year. The yearly average is about seven hundred forty. Okay. Weather center in the four storm team sunshine today with highs in the upper seventies low tonight in the upper fifties. Your next news update in ten minutes. I'm Jacqueline, Scott NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. On demand. KT, okay dot com. From us radio, one thousand K, T, O K, Oklahoma's first news. This is ninety seven point one wash. FM. Toby not period. You've got to hurry in for this. The buy one get one event. It's on a mattress warehouse. Select mattress sets are by one get one free bed pillow. Buy one get one fifty percent off at mattress warehouse. Now carries nectar mattresses. So now you can try it before you buy it. For a limited time, save one hundred twenty five dollars on your nectar mattress purchase and get to pillows, free and buy with confidence. What the mattress warehouse one year price guarantee. Find a better price.

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"last monday" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"last monday" Discussed on KTOK

"The clock since last Monday, the area is under a voluntary evacuation order and governor, Kevin stint was in Tulsa, earlier today to get another update on the flooding situation. There has been tough. Couple of weeks. All across Oklahoma is up traveled to western Oklahoma of toured the tornado damage there. Now Reno all eyes are on Oklahoma right now. He says he wants Oklahoma and to know that officials are on top of the disaster situation. Meanwhile, the national weather service says, so far this year, thirty eight people have died in ten tornadoes in the United States in Oklahoma, Ohio, Iowa, and Missouri. It has received nine hundred thirty four tornado reports since January. First, the yearly average is about seven hundred forty from the NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay, weather studio. Your weather, Katie. Okay. And the storm team. Clear and cool. Tonight some patchy fog around a low in the mid fifty s and then sunny and dry on Thursday, and a high of seventy eight and then on Friday, it's going to be sunny with a high about eighty three. I'm Beth Myers. Newsradio one thousand KT. Okay. Radio one thousand KT okay, studios are a service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for EDS not. Learn more at universalmensclinic dot com. Why the eyes of the nation are on a court case, right here in Oklahoma City, and why you're I should be on. What's coming up this weekend? When Canty Estella joins us on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay, it's the drive with leeann tears continuing in two minutes coming up this weekend. It's a tough fact of life to accept. But if you choose to live, you'll have to find ways to protect yourself, especially when it comes to your money, whether protecting yourself from scans losing your life savings in the stock market, or your ability to leave a legacy near kids after getting remarried you constantly have to be on your guard. We're gonna share our best protection tips on, it's all about the money on a okays most listen to we can financial show Saturday at one pm and Sunday at six. Alexis who has the biggest jackpots in Oklahoma lucky star casino, has Oklahoma's biggest jackpots in conscio- Clinton, canton, Hammond, guy, and a contract travels Zander lucky star casino has over four thousand of the loosest slot machines last year lucky star players, one one hundred sixty million two hundred twenty three thousand fifty nine dollars lucky star casino. The next winner is you one big. Did you know that over ninety percent of male enhancement pills are virtually the same thing? That's repackaged, redone over and over again. Why settle for the same old product when you can get something completely different.

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"last monday" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"last monday" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Last Monday at left the facility completely overcrowded looking for a lot more room and appeals court may be able to help the justices have upheld. President Trump's plan to require asylum seekers to remain in Mexico, while their cases are considered and officials realizing those immigrants coming into Texas are solid citizens and that some of those trying to get in have the potential to do so as well Kate brick with the group new. The American economy says among the thousand refugees in San Antonio identified in her particular study, the average income fifty four thousand dollars more than the average for native born Senate, Tony and she says if you want affordable housing it's immigrants who are going to make that happen for you. That is growing as fast as Senate Tonio immigrant communities, literally building the city out as we grow. So descend over third of all construction workers in the city, but foreign born and far from the stereotype of evidence coming here just to get free stuff even illegal immigrants living in Texas paid more than a billion dollars in just federal taxes last year alone. Well, there's a new twist in the latest school shooting in Colorado. Now say one of the suspects in yesterday's deadly school shooting in Denver, a seventeen year old girl she's currently in custody along with an eighteen year old lines of communication being kept open between President Trump and the North Korean delegation. Trump spoke with South Korean president moon Jae in about the most recent weapons test by North Korea moon, reportedly told Trump he did not see the test as provocation, and it should not be reason to break off dialogue with North Korea. Moon has steadfastly argued that communication with North Korea needs to be maintained reaching out numerous times to the north since he was elected president. And there's a lot of what's debated in the state capital to serious bothersome feel good stories once in a blue moon this week in a hearing for a Bill that would force cities to allow kids to set up lemonade stands the star turned out to be an eight-year-old. Branson burton? He told the Senate. Committee that selling lemonade in his neighborhood was learning about economics potent.

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"last monday" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

15:24 min | 2 years ago

"last monday" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Three governors place. Last Monday hosted by Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. She's span radio UCSB from Washington. This past Thursday, the Brookings Institution hosted a form to talk about state and local making among their guests. Former governor of Colorado John Hickenlooper, he also served as mayor of the city of Denver. Good morning. I'm Bob Rubin. And on behalf of my colleagues Hamilton project. Welcome today's form, which is you know, is expanding opportunities at the state and local level to evidence based decision making what I'm gonna do is is very briefly set the stage for today's program, and then we will turn right into our program. We have all of us know a federal system, and that I think gives us many advantages states and cities can take different approaches to common problems and as a consequence best practices can develop which then all can benefit from. States and cities are closer to their citizens, and the national government would be and I think in many cases at naval station cities to make decisions that are better suited to the local circumstances. And a time when the federal government fortunately is in large, measure, dysfunctional states and cities can act. I think there's also another point which seldom gets discussed, but I think is very important. And that is if states and cities recognize the local and state comparative advantages and build around those that can be not only very good for state cities, but can be very important for our overall economy. And I think at least that the idea of building around state and local comparative advantages should be significant part of the nation's our nation's economic strategy. How many settle that is obviously very important states and cities and their policy-making make sound sensible and effective decisions. The potential if we have evidence based approaches effective disciplined and rigorous evidence based approaches for better. So you're making at the state and local level is very substantial Brookings, of course, has had a longstanding focus on the issues of states cities in some cases regions to the metropolitan project. But there's a lot more that can be done at least in our view in that area. The purpose of today's program is to focus on how to make state and city decision making more effective and also to focus on some specific policies. Policy organizations for the most part is we all know tend to focus primarily on federal policy-making. And we at least think this should be far more and more focused on the state and local as well. So while part of today's purposes to contribute, intellectual work product. With regard to states and cities another part is to hopefully, encourage others to increase their focus in these same areas. We'll begin our program with fireside chat with the former governor of Colorado John Hickenlooper that'll be conducted by should he was managing editor of politico and had been former economics editor of the Wall Street Journal. Governor Looper is widely respected. And widely recognized for bringing analytic and evidence based rigor to decision making in the state of Colorado. And also for the sound and sensible programs. He's implemented on many fronts. We are extremely fortunate to have the governor with us and we thank him for being here. The fireside chat will be followed by two panels. The I will address improving policy analysis outcomes at the state and local level. Our second will focus on transportation and housing policy increase economic opportunity. Let me just say on a personal note. I don't know how many of you remember this but many decades ago. There was a book by Jane Jacobs, the death and life of great American cities. I myself from a great fan of that book, and the idea was to nurture the vibrant, character street, life and neighborhoods of great cities. And hopefully that will be part of the discussion that focuses on the complexities and competing considerations around urban development, including housing access to jobs and gentrification in keeping with the practices of the Hamilton project. I won't recite from the resumes of our authors discussions, but as you can see it's an extraordinarily distinguished and experienced group, and we are grateful all of them for being with us. The author and members of each panel will be introduced by the moderators panel number one will be moderated by j Shambo the director of the Hamilton project and former member of the couch with economic advisers panel to will be moderated by Jason Furman. Also, a former member of the Obama council economic advisers and its chairman. And then we will proceed and that we will proceed to the panels after the fireside chat. Let me close by recognizing the outstanding leadership of Hamilton project. I've mentioned Jay and Jason already Kristen MacIntosh or managing director. And Ryan, none our policy director Earl extraordinarily capable and thoughtful in helping us accomplish the mission to which we are committed. We also have outstanding and hardworking staff without which we would not accomplish any of what we do with that. I will turn the program over the governor can Looper and Sudip. Where's john? Okay. Governor you are an expert in beer. You are a reluctant expert in. We'd from your experience in Colorado. You obviously have some expertise in purple state politics. I wanna talk about all of that including a little bit about twenty twenty and a and a couple of minutes. But first I want to just discuss your experience as governor. If you could take us back eight years to when you took over, and you're trying to figure out how to to work within agencies and deal with a lot of obviously different constituencies in the state. How did you think about this issue of bringing evidence to the decision making process at the very outset of what you're doing given the ideologies that I'm sure exist in state? Absolutely. I I wanted to just hang Brookings and the Hamilton project Ruben. The entire board. Because I think this is near and dear to my heart a little disappointed. I was kinda promised a fireside chats. I don't really feel at a fire yet. I'm sure we'll create work on that. My I had been married Emma for eight years and trying to create policy that works, but also policy that is embraced by the public. So they'll support it. In meaningful ways really required that you you'd be able to talk about initiatives with facts and be able to demonstrate we've tried this. We looked at that. Here's where we're coming at this. And I got elected in two thousand ten is governor we were coming out of the this gigantic economic collapse. And were I think disproportionately harm compared to many other economies? We're fortieth and job creation two thousand ten and my goal was to a lift up economically the entire state not just the urban areas a commitment to the rural areas of Colorado as well. But I also said that we would continue to take data and information and use that as ways to. Attract a diverse economy to the state and expand the economy was there and that allowed us and really informed us around almost. In a funny way when you're trying to use innovation and new ideas to. Make make real change people have to believe in government to a certain extent. And that was the root of everything was an attempt to use lean six sigma type process improvement systems in every agency this take on. So every cabinet senior official that I hired had to sign onto that. And we now have we've done over a thousand lean process improvement programs over the last eight years, we've really create an institute and funded. So that we will continue doing that for for hopefully, many years to come tell me about the resistance if any to this. There's obviously their state and local officials who take signals from their federal leaders from their parties who might have ideologies that are in conflict with whatever policy pursuing everyone embrace evidence-based policy-making in the beginning. No. Of course. Yeah. The there's an orthodoxy. Is that a number of established biases in politics? Feel threatened by. You know, an open board nonpartisan. And what's the election was over? We didn't care whether people are Republicans or Democrats who tried to hire a the most diverse, but also the most talented. Cabinet and senior staff that we possibly could. And look at solutions that didn't weren't tied in one of the things we wanted to do if he wanted to attract young entrepreneurs to Colorado, which we thought was part of the solution. We had to be create an environment that was receptive and embracing of young entrepreneurs. So one of the things we did was we decided we'd go through it turns out there. Twenty four thousand rules and regulations in Colorado. Buried within that because it hadn't really been looked at in detail are. Our boatloads of red tape and bureaucracy. So we had some really smart team go through that. And I think in the end we either simplified or eliminated about eleven thousand so almost half of all those rules and regulations. Some people accused us of playing into the hands of real estate developers are private industry. Obviously, we were very careful to make sure that our regulatory framework still protected the citizens of Colorado and allowed. People that were trying to build something or build a business to have a little less bureaucracy to deal with that's always a balancing act, and some people just have a knee jerk reaction that bureaucracies good that the red tape is beneficial. I think most American people don't agree with that. And we had to push back a little bit. But ultimately if you look at where. Where how people talk about business and starting a business and how difficult is right now. We're seeing some of the lowest levels of startup businesses in the country that we've seen probably fifty or sixty years part of that is is just the red tape and regulation of your oxidative. Just. People that start businesses are the ones generally who are successfully working in somebody else's business, and they've got to be lured into making a jump and going and taking a risk and starting their own business. And if it just feels like there's burden after burden hill after hill. I believe that there certainly we've had many discussions of that is a disincentive for many of them. So when you launched a wine coop brewing company, you're obviously dealing with government and regulations to some extent. Did you how did you deal with the the local officials with state officials were you frustrated business owner were you embracing the regulations what was your experience at that point? Well, when I was building my business. I was frustrated just because there were all these seemingly incomprehensible roles that I couldn't see the purpose in many cases. That being said, I think the Denver specifically as a pretty good city in which is not corrupt the weekend before I was going to open the wine coop. The final building inspector came through for the final checkup and the handrail coming up from the basement, which is just where employees would come out was two inches too low, and he's why can't give you a temporary certificate of occupancy obsolete. Mr. Hickenlooper awful. And I started saying well, do I have to go up outside Philadelphia? I'm not trying to irritate anybody. But I said do I is there a building inspector retirement program something I haven't heard about? And he stopped and he looked at me and goes Mr. Hickenlooper just for just for your record. I'm on my way, because it was like four thirty all the carpenters had left is. I'm on my way out to my car to get my screw gun, and you, and I are gonna get this railing to the right height. But you don't want to hear any cracks like that anymore. Denver is very honest city, but going when when one of the things that impelled me to run for mayor in two thousand and three, and I you know, I'd never run for student council. I had no experience whatsoever. But the there was a recession after the dot com bust and sitting revenues went down dramatically, and they were worried about having to lay people off, and what that led to was they decided, well, we haven't raised parking meter rates for eight years, and we could actually go up fifty percent. And that would give us this much money and. I knew a bunch of us went down to the mayor's office and said, hey, you know, usually when your revenues go down is not when you raise your prices, right? Historically, that is a bad idea to address a a change in your in your business. Listened to us for about a day. Listens to us for about an hour, and then waited two days and then raised the parking meter rates. And I called that when I ran for mayor the the fundamental nonsense of of government because I hear about it from business owners not downtown. But in the periphery where they didn't have to pay for parking saying that was the craziest thing I've ever heard of the wisher glad they did it because it pushes all this business back out to the neighborhoods outside the downtown area. And I think that's emblematic of oftentimes government makes decisions for its own benefit its own self interest at the expense of the people that are supposed to serve so you took office as governor just after a recession, and there was obviously quite a bit of money flowing from the federal government into state and local coffers to deal with that..

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"last monday" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"last monday" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This last Monday of January, spare the air dot ORG. For more information about that mostly cloudy skies in the forecast for today. Temperatures will reach the sixties fifties right now in San Francisco and even some still upper forties in the north bay in the south bay and some of the East Bay hills. It's six and a half minutes past nine o'clock. Welcome to this morning's forum. I'm Michael Krasny. California's Senator Kamala Harris kicked off for twenty twenty presidential campaign at a rally in Oakland yesterday in which she denounced President Trump's politics and policies and called for a new era of truth and unity outside for an America where we keep our word, and where we honor our promises because that's our America. And that's the America. I believe in the meanwhile, federal workers are back on the job today. After President Trump announced an end to the shutdown last week, but many are uneasy as another deadline looms the president and congress now have until February fifteenth to agree on a budget and whether to fund the border wall and former Trump political adviser, Roger stone. It was arrested and charged Friday. But a special counsel's office said in an interview yesterday he wouldn't rule out cooperating with Robert Muller's investigation this hour. We talk about all those developments, and we want to welcome Anthony erker who has been with us before. Informed. But it's here in the studio with us today. He's senior North American reporter for the BBC can go to be here. Good to have you here. Also good to have our own Scott Shafer, senior editor for California politics government desk. Good morning, Scott. Good morning, and we'll say good morning, Julie which joins us from the nation's capitol reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Welcome julie. Hi, thanks for having me. Glad to have you let the all aboard here. And Scott, let me begin with you. You were at the rally yesterday. So is Anthony by some counselor over twenty thousand people there, and there are certainly a major role out and this came on the hills of well one and a half million dollars from the announcement of Kamla Harrison, she's running, but it seems to be that at this point. She's well, it's a big rollout in Oakland. And it's getting national tension. Absolutely. I mean, I think if you're working on her campaign, you were very happy with how that rollout has gone. The first week there were about twenty thousand people as you said packed into Franken our plaza and around city hall in Oakland was a beautiful sunny day. And you know, she used the backdrop of Oakland is a way to kind of fill out her biography. The Berkeley not far from there. She got her start as a prosecutor in Alameda County, and then she went out to sort of describe her own values how they compare with the current administration and the direction of the country. And so there are a lot of you know, sort of soundbites lot of comparisons with her and the current administration. But of course, the real competition for Kamala Harris is the other Democrats who are running to get the nomination and we've already seen three or four serious contenders jump in that said, I think that given her ability to put together coalitions and raise money her profile on the Senate Judiciary intelligence committees. You know, gives her a leg up on some of the other contenders. And I think at this point she's being perceived and described as being in the top tier of those running for president. But of course, Michael marathon. And in the end, I think it'll be determined by not only who has the best operation and get out the vote and motivated voters, but you know, who's able to deal with the adversity that inevitably. Comes up in a presidential campaign. Well, we'll talk about that as well. As the other candidates who are in the ring here. But what struck me about the speech, and can have you Anthony address his with more specifics was talking about love for country and talking about buying for the people in that kind of rhetoric, but at the same time taking essentially what I think has to be described as much more progressive agenda. We're going to have healthcare for all we're gonna have education for all from K through twelve and we're also going to revise the present tax Bill to pay for it. Yeah. And of course, you know, as I said, I f- for her is to win early primaries to establish yourself. She then rolls into California on March third along with Texas Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama are all having their primaries. Those days and the folks who participate in primaries in both parties are the most liberal or conservative in the Republican party voters. And so that's what she has to appeal to and clearly the themes that she's laying out in terms of really bigger government in many ways, you know, standing up to big pharma in the banks. Payday lenders those kinds of things are are the or what she's hoping we'll establish her liberal credentials for what is a very liberal electorate in those in those primaries. Well, I think after these you poke putting on a piece you did the early primaries going to help her absolutely has a change from four years ago in California's primary was in June. Now, it's coming up fairly early on. And Kamala Harris, she's shown that she can raise the kind of money that should allow her to stick around at least into March and get that boost she's paying a lot of attention to South Carolina's. Well, listen early primary state with a diverse electorate. She does take a lot of the boxes. I think that a strong candidate in a democratic primary can do she has a broad appeal. She's progressive. She comes from a diverse background all of these sorts of things I think will help her. Although it is clear she is already taking fire from the progressive left, particularly on her record as attorney general not being in their view sufficiently supportive of criminal Justice reform. It looks like Bernie Sanders is going to enter the race. And he has. Has a very devoted following. And they could be and they are showing signs of being sharply critical of Kamla there. There was a guy holding actually happened to be an African American guy holding a big sign that got into some of the videos that said she didn't support legislation refuses for legislation that would require body cameras on police and another guy holding signs saying she was slow on proposition, forty seven and all those kinds of things really came out in the mix. Scott, you're gonna add well, I think she's trying to thread this needle in betraying herself as a progressive prosecutor. But she also when she was district attorney here in San Francisco just months into her first year in office. There was a police officer who shot and killed Isaac Espinoza out in the Bayview and she had run as a progressive liberal four DA Sancti was against capital punishment, and she declined to seek the death penalty. And I think that outrage the law enforcement community, and in some ways, she spent the next decade of her career both as a DA, but also as attorney general kind of making amends with law enforcement groups, so. That when she ran for reelection. They were mostly behind her and it enabled her to kind of put that behind her that incident with the police officer to a certain extent that said if she does get the nomination, I think she's going to have to deal with that. It's it's one of those issues that sort of easy to understand. It's not very nuanced. Like, some of these other body camera issues and ones that are more policy oriented. And so I think in some ways that is her biggest achilles heel, which would happen in the very first months of her being district attorney abolition of capital punishment. Maybe you kind of achilles heel on the national level. But I'm wondering Julie Vega. Let's let me bring you into this. Because there is a sense that during a cabinet hearings. I mean, she's tough prosecutor in many people admire her work as a prosecutor. But she seemed like she was going tough on cavenaugh like she had some goods on them. And then she didn't follow through on it. And I'm wondering to some extent of this is also something that's gonna may become up to haunt her in her candidacy. Well, I hear what you're saying. And I think that's gonna be a big issue that will play out for months to come. But at this extremely early stage. The thing that I focus the most on is is the money race because this is going to be a long haul and with so many candidates potentially getting in. It's interesting to think about how the different candidates will finance their bids and whether they can generate enough excitement among donors to stay in the race. And so you mentioned the cavenaugh hearing, and what I thought of was, you know, all throughout that she was doing a tremendous amount of Facebook advertising and small donor fundraising to really kind of fees on that moment to raise her national profile. So while there are issues to discuss from financial or technical aspect. She's really used the past two years to build a tremendous small donor following and that's why you saw her launch. You know, an announcer numbers within the first twenty four hours as being able to raise one and a half million dollars. We haven't had any other candidates so far get out there with numbers like that. In fact, she's the only one who's put out any sort of day one fundraising totals, well despite some of the criticism that he's erker this coming from the left slow on marijuana's proposition, forty seven as I said, those kinds of things are not prosecuting as being too tough Maggie prosecution from from the left point of view, and she did have the old Bob Marley song. Don't give up the fight which suggest a kind of resistance. This is really in some ways the candidacy of resistance, and you wrote about how California has now become almost. In the four of that role of resistance against President Trump. Right. I a counter proposal one of the people I talked to you a term debt that California's presenting itself as an alternative to Donald Trump's conservatism that here is a state that is inactive progressive policies. That is elected Democrats is speaking largely with one voice, a democratic voice and has been successful. It's led the economic boom that the United States has been going through for a number of years. It has unemployment that's relatively low that it has a fairly high level of job growth. These are all good things. The question is California has been in boom times before and they've been followed by bus times. And there's a lot of people wondering whether California can weather what could be coming financial downturn. And whether the progressives are ready to to handle that or if they're going to spend money on all these policies that Gavin Newsom has been proposing and watch their coffers dry up when the income revenue stops coming in. It's also Julia. Who it's difficult to think of in many people's minds, not only a candidate from the left and that would include. Of course, Bernie Sanders and some of the others who have put their. Selves into the role of candidates now. But also the idea that you have an African American woman, and well an African American woman in this fight now. Well, again, it's sort of one of her strengths at this early stages to to capitalize on the different constituencies that are out there for grabs in the democratic primary. And so, you know, you hear her really talking a lot about her background and sort of explaining her biographer biographical upbringing and how she came into office. And again at this early stage, you know, I just to remind people were more than a year out from even the first primary. Let alone getting into the thick of the primaries. It's really all about showing staying power..

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"last monday" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

Psychedelic Salon

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"last monday" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

"Well, last Monday evening, our guest was Richie Ogle. Nick who spoke with us about his work with the African plant EBA. Well, rather than have me do a proper introduction of Ritchie. I think that maybe you can better understand his story as he unfolds himself here in our conversation. Now, if you pause for a moment after you, listen to Richie story and then reflect on it a bit. Well, I think that you're going to see how unlikely it is that he became somebody who I think of as the Johnny Appleseed of IBO gain. And I mean that in the most positive way, you know, years ago, I listened to my friend Meyer installer. Off talk about the amazing. Al Hubbard and called him the Johnny Appleseed of LSD. Well, once you here. Itchy oaken story. I think that you're going to see him in a very similar way. And as you listen to this interesting adventure? You may also want to keep in mind what the medicine women and men in the Amazon say about Iowa, which is that she will find you. And she was ready for you. And I think that it's safe to say that the series of coincidences Richie encountered once the spirit of EBA gain reached out for him. Well, they may have been something more than unconnected coincidences and when seen through this lens the plot thickens even more now from time to time you'll hear a little beeping sound, which I didn't realize is being recorded. But what that sound is is the sound. The software makes whenever someone new joins session. So please think of those little beeps as a sound of somebody opening a door and coming in to join us here in the salon. Also, notice that sometimes the sound seems to drag a little bit, and I apologize for that one day. I'll get a faster computer that can keep up with the recording the sound a little better. But until then I think we can live with it. So now, please join me Richie Oakland. And a few dozen of our fellow Solano's last Monday night as we talked about the healing. Potential of the game plan. Well, listen, we've got none of our regulars of the exception of Kevin on away. Yeah. Tim cats here couple of others. So Brooke yet, but in any event here comes another, Dan. Hi, dan. And. Microphone is off. You know, that some some of the people will voluntarily MO and you'll see out of this from the time if I have to cough or something like that. And and then if I'm gonna take a toke onto that. And. I know we we've been doing this. You know, it's been kind of a just a real casual thing like real salon, but dependent on you know, you know, how the thing goes if it has a good flow, and all that they too much editing. I can can edit the audio from this and put it out in a podcast. And and since we've had you know, practically nothing ever in the slot about a Boga this. Yeah. This is a great opportunity for us. See, I've I've I've always put off interviewing people because I don't think very good at it. You get so nervous thinking I've got to come up with another question. Yeah. I know it's just me. And so, but here I found we've got all of these great people here. And so the question's actually become a relevant to the wider audience than just to me. So I'm gonna keep. Philippe into the slot air. So I see that as a a phone icon that somebody has dial in by the phone. You know, we, and I'm courage people to come in and lurk if they'd like to. I I've often been a lurker in my life and use forums a name. It says penguin, but it doesn't have a number or high. Yeah. You can you can put anything in there that you want. You know, you can put anything in there, John. And and you know, that that people call on the phone on courage, lurker xxx, and and shirt, they they may be DA agents by I could imagine them having nothing better to do than this. And so nothing stocking here about buying or selling or stuff like that. But we're interested in is is the, you know, the philosophy and psychology, and.

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"last monday" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"last monday" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"Villa let's start with villanova kansas because anybody at the started this tournament before they looked at how the draw worked out would have signed up in a heartbeat for that to be the last monday night of college basketball about the point macha devante graham senior first team all american unanimous jalen brunson junior first team all american unanimous both fantastic players in their own right neither of whom are going to be lottery picks her maybe even top twenty picks and it's the best point guard matchup with a tournament i that alone is really cool and then you obviously have the coaching matchup and j right to final fours and three years bill self it's hard to believe has not been with final four and six years but it's a true blueblood game and i you're right i mean at of all the cinderella talk this really is the best game well for me i think we i think we might have had this conversation at the start of the tournament if your television this is as close to a dream final four without due cause you could have because you get three three big dogs okay and cinderella you get three famous franchises villanova kansas and michigan which is another team that has won a national championship in the last thirty years okay and villanova has also won one in the last thirty years and then you get excuse me too well to one since rally in eighty five and reprinted okay so let let's stay on kansas and bill no because i always say this we can talk about the bag lease and we can talk about the kid from arizona going into the tournament this is a guard sports event okay this is you show me the best teams that also have the best guards and i i'll play a pretty big bet that they're going to make it to the last week in college basketball i love brunson okay i loved and last saturday of last sunday excuse me when kansas has beaten duke graham doesn't have to be the best player on the court.

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"last monday" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"last monday" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"And i also believe a big part of this remember last monday night football i was told this years ago that monday night football is the one football game in the nfl that every buddy watches even the sunday night game some teams are flying back home not everybody not every coaching staff sees the sunday night football game they're flying home from road games there watching film monday night football is in every office it's a standalone game kirk cousins who the niners everybody said was interested in went up against carson wentz in look completely outmanned physically he's now over for six in monday night football games kirk cousins is a nice middle of the road franchise quarterback but do you think it's a coincidence a week after he was we'll jugs deposed against carson wentz it was very clear who's a worldclass quarterback and who's a guy do you think it's just a coincident a week after that monday night football game when kirk cousin lost again in a standalone game when everybody's watching and san francisco who reportedly loved cousins were out let's get garoppolo i think that's a big part of it i love what san francisco's doing by the way they had a great draft their top three picks in the draft this year defensive lineman linebacker and cornerback are all starting in playing well should also be noted they have in the first threerounds next year they have four picks and now the the ability to trade that number one or two pick and get another handful of picks so i believe the san francisco forty nine irs are going to be the rams of next year at let let let me also address this.

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"last monday" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"last monday" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"And i also believe a big part of this remember last monday night football i was told this years ago that monday night football is the one football game in the nfl that every buddy watches even the sunday night game some teams are flying back home not everybody not every coaching staff sees the sunday night football game they're flying home from road games there watching film monday night football is in every office it's a standalone game kirk cousins who the niners everybody said was interested in went up against carson wentz in look completely outmanned physically he's now oh for six in monday night football games kirk cousins is a nice middle of the road franchise quarterback but do you think it's a coincidence a week after he was would junks deposed against carson wentz it was very clear who's a worldclass quarterback and who's a guy do you think it's just a coincidental week after that monday night football game when kirk cousin lost again in a standalone game when everybody's watching and san francisco who reportedly loved cousins were out let's get garoppolo i think that a big part of it i love what san francisco's doing by the way they had a great draft their top three picks in the draft this year defensive lineman linebacker and cornerback are all starting in playing well should also be noted they have in the first three rounds next year they have four picks and now the of the ability to trade that number one or two pick and get another handful of picks so i believe the san francisco forty nine irs are going to be the rams of next year at let let let me also address this.

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