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"lavigne" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

08:31 min | 9 months ago

"lavigne" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Today. Do you have a Do you have a statement about the affairs. going on with you and lebanon and Your position here with our show because the audience has grown to love you and they have missed you the last couple of days yeah. I don't have a prepared statement to to read but It's weird the dan. All of a sudden has become an enemy of mine because i always considered him an ally I have no enemy but I would consider my whole out to be suspended today. Not ended and I appreciate some a couple of things. The show has done such as make an arrangement where. I don't have to pay eighty dollars to park every week and also agreed to play a snippet from my podcast. Every tuesday that i'm in which is very appreciated but you know i'm still not being paid eight months later right so you know i mean in the parking guard. Yeah well no no. I didn't get the part. What happened what happened is some someone else Meaning christopher has to be kind enough now to let me in his parking card every tuesday so at the inconvenience of others at least i- skirt that eighty dollar charge right but You know. I don't wanna come on like money hungry about any of you in the listening audience. Would you work eight months in a row without being paid just curious. I feel like everyone on sports ban the local. tv show. i did. I feel like that was the case shaking shakings at yes because he was executive producer of that show. So he's agreeing with okay. Yeah so billy's done it all right. Maybe i was spoiled. Because i was used to being paid right When i had a contract with the unnamed worldwide leader sport. Do you feel like you're popularity has grown on this show to a place where perhaps i'm not sure what you're negotiating four but i'm thinking this is a pretty good time for you to negotiate for even more than what you're asking for how about that. Oh yes if. I had an agent. I would want him to be you doing this. I would likely be an agent. Yes exactly yes gotta suits my personality very well. Yeah it does. I think you'd have to be good negotiator. It'd be. I'm not good at that. The worst negotiator. Well i'm gonna. I'm not a negotiator either. So i i you know they. They could Medal or could offer me. You know a buck and a half a week. And i'd probably be thrilled but you know something please again. It's been eight months Yeah i'm with you. I ride with cody. I mean lebatardshow. Be pissed at me. It's his company. But i ride with greg. Good eight months and months. You're very popular figure. You deserve to be paid down here. We have to play a snippet of your podcast every day. Right we do. We really well. That's what Executive producer. Mike ryan told me okay helped one of the concessions i made in our negotiation down here. But it's an odd exchange. That you wanna greg cody today because it met dan left like that's that's an audience j.j. that labradors israeli upset. That you're here. It was proc- we we really didn't he looked at me. He spun on his heel. It was unbelievable man with that guy. I don't know i'm on his side. He doesn't view it that way. Really y i don't know. I mean i don't know i can. You know i've i could say things that best. I three straight back off to iraq and start here. You could say things. What are you gonna say things then. Oh i've emailed a dan suggestion. I sent an email to A metal arc executive right mentioned to him that I have a contract. i. I'm not getting paid and blah blah blah and and i get an executive speak email back saying very little more than we thank you for your patients. That's nice. yeah which eight months later is is sort of not exactly what i was looking for. I understand yeah so anyway. I'm happy to be here and help. I'm here for you anyway Anyway i can help you make a call returns my calls around here but if you need me to make one for glad to make a call and let me know how that works out We were talking a little bit yesterday. About the dolphins preseason game number two which is now the dress rehearsal only three preseason games and i'm wondering like to me. The dolphins are a sneaky super bowl. Pick they really are because this is the first time first off. I think they have great talent all over the field. I really do defense wide receiver offensive line. They have as as you pointed out in one thousand nine tight ends on roster. But i think what's interesting is i think people forget before the injury to a was. Probably the biggest best. Nfl quarterback prospect since andrew lock. That's the way they were talking about him now. This is the first time we get to see him. Were still dealing with kobe. But last year was there were crazy. Circumstances surrounding the world and of course the nfl to it and get a full training camp in. He had no knowledge of the play book. He was this big prospect. And i think he played pretty well not great but he played good. But here's the thing about this dolphin team. Greg has to be great for the dolphins to be good. I think to just needs to be good good to very good. Don't turn the ball over. And they have enough talent for them to be a sneaky good team in the afc this year. I really do. I think the dolphins are a sneaky super bowl pick. I don't disagree. I wrote a column a few days ago basically saying it's time to go all in on the dolphins. It's time to start believing in two of floors and the dolphins and i don't say it Knee jerking off one impressive Preseason result because atlanta wasn't even playing it starters. They're not a good. They're they're they're an average team when matt ryan is playing right so the team that miami beat is not that impressive but i'm basing that On a two year. On on what. I've seen over two years and some of the things that have really impressed me. This preseason is that a couple of the weaknesses. What you thought would be weaknesses. Have not been the young offensive line has performed really well The running backs that they don't have a running back who's scares anybody but together my you don't need that in today's nfl. No you don't and miles. Gaskin malcolm brown. I think in tandem are going to be good enough The which they've shown as well so. I think i agree with you. Dolphins have talent all over the field To has better targets In the three wide receivers. And then most quarterbacks do and i think the dolphins have a real chance to To to be a major player in the afc east and when you say a lot of people would laugh when you say there are there. Are there sleeper for super bowl. Why would they laugh at that though. I don't understand that that's the point. That's that's what i'm trying to say. I think the dolphins are very good team. And i'm agreeing with you. Most people would laugh at the notion of me saying. Hey i think the dolphins can make it to the super bowl. Maybe they're laughing because of kansas city. I have no idea right. The dolphins are really good. Well i think part of it is that A lot of people see less years ten win season as a little bit. Fluky like prove it do it again type thing and also Buffalo is being really put on a pedestal. Based on josh allen buffalo is seen as probably the second best team in the afc east behind kansas city. So all of a sudden they finally got rid of. Tom brady In the kingly new england and here's buffalo as the new saint of the afc east but in my mind The dolphins are are just about their with buffalo in terms of overall talent. Well d think. The denver broncos are sneaky super bowl. team I don't do you think. The san diego well los angeles chargers do you super bowl ta want to go back to the broncos i did. The broncos are sneaky super bowl team. I'm not. I'm not there with the chargers but i do think the broncos are sneaky super bowl team because of the defense. The defense is really really good. The patriots are sneaky team. I do like lamm. Newton extremes but i think the reason why the reason why i bring the broncos of is looking at the rest of the see of all. The teams had didn't make the playoffs last year. Maybe that's the only other team that you would hear whispers about being a sneaky super bowl team which is answer your question. Why people would scoff at the notion that the dolphins are sneaky super bowl teams because they didn't make the playoffs last year but they were the best team in the nfl to not make the playoffs and and they had a better record than i think three at least three and maybe four teams that did make the playoffs including an eighteen gut in or or was it a seven in nineteen about the nfc..

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"lavigne" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

09:08 min | 9 months ago

"lavigne" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Was november six. No sorry november. Seven two thousand six. There was a mandatory team meeting called of all the football players back to the athletic facilities and the one person that people remember not being there was rashawn. Jones and as please did further investigating. They found that jones had made some threats to brian. Regarding brian in the weeks and months prior to the shooting he was bryan. Pata was a was likely going to be in the nfl. Jones had just been suspended for a being testing positive for marijuana. You know. He told police that he was home at the time of the killing and police revealed in the arrest warrant just the other day that they have cell phone records showing that he was in different locations that he was in proximity. O'brien patas apartment. There were ballistic reports that matched the caliber of a gun that jones's believed to have with the caliber of the bullet. That was recovered. There were One other big thing that we kind of knew about but we didn't know the details of was there was a man who heard a popping noise. He was walking by the apartment complex and after he hears this noise he sees a man walking briskly away from the scene he gives police a description of the man. They render a sketch in that sketch resembles jones and in two thousand seven. They have him look at a photo lineup and he picks jones out of a photo lineup. Now this is some of these details we kind of know a little bit about. We didn't know the full extent of it. And then we also find out that in september of last year the police actually go back to this guy again. There's no reason or detailed given for why there's a thirteen year lag in asking him about this but he's again able to pick jones out of a photo lineup. So that as far as we can tell is what prompted the place to make the arrest of jones. Now the big question is it seems like most of this evidence is stuff that they had back in two thousand six two thousand seven yet. Unanswered question is did it. Take them so long and then what was it that prompted the arrest on thursday and that is something that we hope we will find out in the next few weeks you know did as we alluded to earlier. Was something found when we prompted them to go back and look closer or did someone. In the last you know nine months or so come out of the woodwork. And say. Hey i've got i've got more evidence for you. And it was enough that they needed to go forward. And i don't know if you saw the photo of rashawn jones on one knee over the memorial bryan pata at the orange bulldozer. Chilling pictures but did you guys uncover anything or were you uncovering the evidence that was already in admission in the investigation. Could the police have seen some new details that you guys reported that then. They then followed up and carried forward into an investigation. Just uncovering the aspects of the cold-case better to answer that. I don't know that like there was any way. I think there was dan. Arruda had talked to us. Jerry abramson who provided some more information pollen. You could probably speak to that better. Yeah sherri sherri abramson was Was dating Rashawn jones around that time. And i know that there were interviews that several of us did with weather was a family member whether it was teammates being their people that we interviewed that. We know that the police didn't interview. And so i know that there was more information that that we brought forward that they didn't have if any of that factored into you know what they were able to do or what they were able to pull together. I don't know i. I'd like to think so but i'm not not entirely sure elizabeth. What is your emotional connection to this case. Well my first year at espn. I'd covered The sean taylor when he was murdered I covered just the initial story and it got me. Think being in miami. Got me thinking about brian and we did it. We ended up doing a story that year on the family. And what it's like to sort of be in this limbo of not knowing what happened to your loved one. I mean not only was brian. The youngest of nine kids they were from little. Haiti came from very meagre background. Brian was super close to his mom and he always promised her that he was going to buy her this mansion and that he was going to take care of his family and so there was so much hope you know he was six months away or so from being drafted there was so much hope tied to the their youngest son and i remember talking to her in a way and kind of feeling her anguish and just the nonstop torture of not knowing but also of losing a loved one. I had no idea that you know thirteen. It wouldn't be another thirteen years before there was an arrest. But i can tell you that first of all dan arruda he had this passion to seek out the truth. Scott frankel they both were. Dan was in constant contact with the family over the last three years but in talking to a family member the other ni- i guess my main thing is. I've been thinking about his mom. She's in her seventies now and she's had a lot of health issues and and this waiting and grief and not knowing you can't say that it hasn't contributed tour contributed to that and it's it's She her one of her sons was telling me the other night that she's basically he wonders if she's been keeping herself alive until she can find the truth and then justice is served. She's been in and out of the hospital. She had a pretty big stroke in a role but this is taken such a toll on her and now she's asking about. When will the trial be. But i think for that reason you want to you. Want to tell their story. And i think a lot of that. That's a lot of what drove us. Besides trying to you know seek out. The truth was just being able there so many times where people die or die senselessly. And there's there's never a look at what that's like for the family that's left behind waiting. I mean these. This family's been waiting for fifteen years for this and they're in and they really want that they they want justice you know there's no such thing as closure probably but there is no celebrating that night you know because there's all these mixed feelings there's this emotion it's like you've been waiting for this for so long but your loved ones still is but i do think that that was a lot of it for us to was. Just hey if we can help find answers great but we also wanted to help tell their story paula. Have you talked to members of the family sense. I don't know what the level of emotion is what the level of gratitude is and as As someone who couldn't possibly understand this what level of closure there may or may not be. I have not talked to the members of the family Elizabeth maryland dan arruda had been in contact with them. And we all took different assignments when this when this news broke but from what they've relaid. It's been clear that the family truly appreciates the work that espn has done that. We've all the effort that we've all into you know getting the miami dade police department to move forward on this and that's been it's just been it's been wonderful to hear from them that you know this is this is something that they feel is getting them. You know maybe one step closer. To finding some justice here has been any as there been any reaction from the university of miami and how they either investigated or didn't what what's been their handling of the story. Well they had I guess first of all back on thursday. I reached out to larry coker. Who was the coach at the time. he didn't have much to say he did say that he was surprised..

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"lavigne" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

08:28 min | 9 months ago

"lavigne" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I'm trying to get you to criticize the police force. I just want to have a better understanding for how it is and why it is we get to the point where you guys have to go to the extraordinary measures of suing to help them do their job sued because they redacted a bunch of information And you know after the lawsuit. I think you know pollen look. Paula is great at getting records. I mean everybody goes to her a lot of times if we're stock on things so she act obviously adding to the team added a different dimension to everything but to be honest with you. I mean when she when she had mentioned that ping was that we were going to sue. Miami pediatric was kind of skeptical. I'm thinking what you know. I i wonder you know what that's going to accomplish. And we lost that case. But i think in a lot of ways we want it just because it forced them to say there is a suspect we got more. You know the. I don't know if this was mentioned but there was actually a page a cover page on roshan's things that they forgot to redact. That said rashawn. John suspect on it so i don't look rolling it get stronger words once again with wallet. I think that there are a lot of crimes unsolved crimes in miami. I think we have a stat in that story. There are a ton of them a year. I have no idea why you would think this was a high profile case back then yes. This lit a fire under them probably get. This started again. But i mean i'm not there so i don't know what was holding back to arrest him but yes. The arrest warrant appeared to have a lot of information that that had been gathered more than ten years prior. but we don't know if something if You the a witness came forward after that story. We have no way of knowing that. So many heartbreaking details in the reporting you guys have done on this story one of them. That bryan pata was buried in the beige suit. He picked out for his draft party because his life was extinguished and he had prospects in football. Paul of the thing. That i wanted to ask you about the work and the reporting of this. Does this end up becoming an obsession in the reporting of trying to solve a murder or are you looking for justice. Is there something about the draw of this story that would feel like the golden state killer documentary on. Hbo where the solving of this once. You realize you have more information than the police and actually care about it a little more than the police do that. You end up developing a bit of an obsession with a subject. Everyone's going to have a different asked to that. But for me it would be it would be ideal if this resulted in in you know in convicting someone and convicting the right person and that was always something that we had in the back of our heads as my gosh. That would be amazing. If our work could bring justice to this family the thing though prior to that that was really driving me that i felt was absolutely attainable. Was accountability was accountability for the work. That miami dade was doing or not doing to solve this case and that it was. I think that's actually probably more my obsession. When when i'm doing something like this then feeling like we have to solve it. I mean that. That would be the again. Like i said if that's if that's the result of this investor result of her work that's amazing but i know even even if we don't get to that point. I know that we held this institution accountable and i consider that a success. What do you think they did most wrong without knowing all of the details yet as to how we got to arrest And what will happen out of that. I think there were there. Were some missteps along the way just things that we noticed that interviews. That weren't done that that you know we. And and the the cold case examiners that that we had consult on. This said that should have been done I think that there were follow upset. That weren't necessarily made and information. You know lines that may not have been drawn together. I you know. I you asked earlier if it was if it was Laziness incompetence me. I can't answer that. I really can't i don't i. Don't you know. I don't know exactly what happened. In in their in their backrooms they when they were working on this. But you know from the people that we brought this to who are experts in this. It did just seem like there. There was interest lost in this. And there were is that weren't dotted and t's that weren't crossed people that were gone back to and you know maybe we'll find out is this comes out further that there were other things that that were missed. I i don't know But you know. I i just i. I like the fact that we were able to. You know bring this forward. I think maybe something that speaks to. Perhaps some of the decision making was as elizabeth mentioned the initial detectives who had had the case for years. After you know after our lawsuit the main detective Retired a supervisor was reassigned. One of the other detectives who had sort of still been working on the case was taken off and they give it to somebody else you know. Maybe that's a sign that that they needed a new leadership on the case. Lazy and incompetent. Elizabeth are so pejorative. But i think. I can say this without too much judgment. It seems like this suffered from a lack of care however it is that you decide to define that lack of caring about brian pat hours families suffering or lack of care when it comes to the attention to detail on investigation requires case it. It doesn't make sense though because this was a high profile case. You know you can say that about someone. Random who nobody knows who dies every day by gun violence but it doesn't make any sense and you know there were hundreds of pages of police work. The obviously a lot of attention. Some witnesses were interviewed multiple times. There's we just. We don't know what what happened. In what slipped through the at or if there was one thing that that for the longest time if they believed since two thousand nine or two thousand and eight or even earlier. That sean jones was there guy there there was something holding them back in. And you know in the next few months. Hopefully we will find out what that was but you know every whatever it was it sure it was redacted and it was something that we didn't see. I've been remiss in not telling the audience and forgive me for this but if you can help audience here paula. You are based on the reporting that you did. And all of the conversations that happen and understanding that it's innocent until proven guilty and interest is not a conviction. Can you tell us what the reporting seems to indicate actually happened here. Well i can tell you. What's signs pointed to sean jones In the context of all of the other leads that the police had now is one of the things that was difficult about this case. Was that when they started going into bryant patas life he. He crossed paths of a lot of people who might have had a grudge with him in the nightclub fights. There were issues with some stolen. Rams there was a a car that he sold to someone that turned out to be a lemon. There were issues with his girlfriend's brother had a violent past even all of these different things but the the the things that pointed to to jones were this so on the night. That bryan pata was shot outside of his apartment..

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"lavigne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:34 min | 10 months ago

"lavigne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"After this. You're listening to the paul finebaum show podcast and we are back here friday afternoon. Continuing with more of your phone calls and red dog is up. Next what what was that guy talking about grass grilling on a highway and clemson. Big white force them. I think he was waiting to laugh. I don't was there a point to that story. Is there a point to any of these stories. Well here's the thing. Doodoo hot on a plate university georgia for a long time because we. Your athens is only ninety miles and ninety miles away from clinton and in georgia used to play clemson every year. And you know. I guess i saw some article about talking about real. I'm not i guess. Acc might add mercer georgia southern. Today's you see conference but you know you better pocket watch because do does not wanna play us every year. He doesn't wanna. Cbs in charlotte. And you know. I know it. They what they do. Every years. they've played twelve softies. Didn't they basically go into the college playoffs. One hundred percent healthy and whether it's alabama georgia whoever we actually play real games in real conference and we have real injuries. So until the acc. Now we've got texas and oklahoma coming showing going to get worse so you know. Clemson is a complete every national championship to me. They have should be with asterix. Because even if they beat alabama they beat an alabama team. That actually had to win real games to get to get to the playoffs. They have to win. Nc state or acc championship in charlotte held dipping thousand people. But that's all. I gotta say Go downfall okay certainly One county heard from there. Let's continue with more phone. Calls and chuck is up next in texas. A hello chuck. Hello mr tom. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you like to say. We're really happy to be joining the sec. And can't wait to going up to the arkansas game. I've got some Pulling for both teams and it's like Coach spurrier said we'd been mediocre in the big twelve so we need to prove we can be better than that in the sec. And i'm looking forward to it and really enjoy your show. I wanna ask you a question. Are you in the college football hall of fame. I'm sorry chuck Somebody was talking. What was the question again. Are you in the college football hall of fame. Because if you're not. I think you ought to be no. I'm not and i'm not sure i don't think i be eligible since Number one. I think to be in the college football hall of fame. You have to have been an all american. Well i think just like the conference. Bay include announcers and i think the college football hall of fame. Look at that because you several other Great ambassadors for college. Football really do a lot and needs to be recognized. We'll say i appreciate you saying that But i i don't i don't think i would call i. It's it's a nice start but thank you very much for saying it. Let's check in with someone who is in hall of fame his own. And that is jim from tuscaloosa. Wow hey by the way. You just gave me an idea jim. We need to have a. They're a bunch of hall of fame out there but don't you think it's time for a finebaum show hall of fame every year with was it wasn't one we pick five people or whatever the number is and we i i got knew that i'm gonna be the you know. This is not about popularity. This is about brilliant. I would think the first hall of fame induction next spring. We'll have you and tammy. And i don't know who i want the first class to be really special zola. Shane tammy jim from tuscaloosa. We need to more. I'm the. I'm not i'm not i'm not. I know you're listening. You're in jim if we do it. you're you're in the first class. There's no there's no there's no that's not debatable. Is if you you you you guy while ago you know your style about what he's saying you happy but you're not gonna act like you deserve either. Because i know what. I'm talking about me more. You said something about what are you talking about. I really is it was augie. Who said the prodigal sung sung. I know her by me. But i didn't call about this is i wouldn't talk about larry in friend of mine and i mean he's been tweeting nice stuff and i mean you run now larry's fun and i i didn't i didn't know he'd been still in the hospital and i just won't do you got and and I i mean. I really have worried about him. Lately and man happy can stop. Stop the twenty biz and that'll kill somebody Even even if you don't i in. I think i i think i mean he. He has a. He has a condition right now. Jim where he doesn't get enough oxygen so he's constantly short of breath and in that in that condition you don't need to be downing you don't need to be. What did he say rainy. Sucking the bottom. A twelve ounce. Bud light much you know and i understand what he's when he says stuff like constructive call and by the way we are going to have a meeting soon as we can take a break here and start work on the first finebaum show caller hall of fame. I think it's the best idea and gm you gave it to us. I mean not just by your call come back..

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"lavigne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:35 min | 10 months ago

"lavigne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You larry. You don't challenge. I'm in recovery and house bill. So what happened today. If you can tell us ally our hammerstein you know for run and cameras in there and shake your shopping thing. I've ever done it. But i know what you're talking about only jay jack. You won't tell but now they got the tv. I n now in front of me. I'm in recovery. And i'm watching your show. They got it here. I'm glad to hear that. I would hate to take your hospital show. Yeah even walk. And i'm glad to hear you're doing well. We're happy about that Did they do. They know who you are at the hospital. Locked gra knows you okay. Ate a big stojan. Miami heartland is he the guy we talked. We had some doctor on from down there was. Is that the guy yeah okay. They wanted their surgery today. He's all good. Where you man you know. Well you got me good. I always liked to in case my heart ever go gives out. I'd like to have a list of my in my back pocket and i'm in shelby county. Gave you a little extra. that's no you know. Count laughing gas. Whatever i could use that So is that what so larry. Wendy where do you get out of there. I don't mean to to rush you out but the season starts in two weeks. I know i'm be back in. I'm going to tell dr larry. Do you heard about the article that went out. Didn't you know yes Somebody Picked up clip of your conversation the other day and you went all over the place Finebaum caller larry drinks twenty-five bud lights during game kicking fruitful. Well larry my only advice. Of course. I'm not a trained physician. But i would. I would recommend maybe laying off the bud light for at least a couple of hours going to a football game and do it was notre dame and break. Okay well you take care of yourself larry. let's go to booker in new jersey Good afternoon booker. How're you doing fine. Thanks again for taking my call. I always One you talking about broadcast earlier and I I used to wait with egotism. In the lens hilson call the cotton bowl. I mean that was that was a thing and then back in the day with with harmon in in in in riyadh grain merle harmon. Yeah tom harm. Tom harmon. I'm sorry. Yeah in redgrave galvin goes not other thing gentlemen. Call it about Black coaches in. Scc in other places euphemia with the bring your neck bowl. I am not. that's that's the game not diminish in the school I went to each. You is his like alabama lsu playing some of that hbo Games early teams early in the season and they and they get is six hundred thousand dollar check. And i call the game. Bring you'll nick and get your check. I get it. Yeah and so that keeps on going on those kids who are playing for these. These other schools don't have a chance to win. They see what look what's going on there. So like i told you the other day the apostrophes and the hyphens will start. Going to the sec. Two acc the big t in the pac twelve. And you're going to need somebody to coast them so you'll see it priest in african american coaches In the next cycle and then the final thing The guy was talking about heroin and so forth. Remember frank our used to be to degrade. P. t. barnum Of college coaches. In one year. He was playing peed. Welcome was coaching notre. An at wake forest back in those days and it walker said frame. Our couldn't coach because here. It was bowled in grass didn't grow concrete and after clemson wore out wake forest then frank would hit him back and said no. You got it wrong. Grass doesn't grow on a busy highway i hear. Hey thanks for the call Booker you take care of yourself. We're up against the break. More to come on the final hour and fifteen minutes of this friday program and the week back.

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"lavigne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:05 min | 10 months ago

"lavigne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Football player headed gun. And that's why these charges were filed today because apparently bands vigilant his parents really pushing. The police do something and most people expect. These charges would greatly reduced if not Dismissed the next couple of weeks. Well listen. I don't know You know a lot. More than i do but i can certainly understand as you explain the story how we got to this point. Yeah apparently the reason why they charged burglary is if it if one of the players in fact had a gun and that is very much in dispute. Nobody had a gun not even the guy back him up in fact returning told to take out the uk player. There were there. Were picking out guys to warn even at their i. It's really big mess. Yes i i. I would agree. I mean when you see the headlines you think the worst you know we. We shared the headline earlier. I did not know the back story i do. Now thank you for sharing that appreciate it. Augie who share stories with us whenever he can good afternoon. Hey paul ask you a story. People have been really commenting on your hairline today. What's that about. I don't know It doesn't seem like it's particularly important to me But if people want to make fun of my my hairline then go right ahead. Hey i'm with you. I i don't know about you but mine started falling out my sophomore year in college. I mean it has been so long since. That's even but you know people i at this point in my life. I've heard the. I've heard all the jokes i mean i'm looking for some new ones. You know the only bad thing about it all at the time it happened to me. I mean since then. I just go kojak but back then the only cool dude shaved his head was really telly. Savalas yul brenner i. It was probably better than i did. Lose my hair because at that point in my life i was so good looking that i i. I think i would have gone to hollywood. And and i don't know. I would have hated to have to be an actor and a and the brad pitt of my era. So i it worked out well. I'm with you paul. They're very few of us. You can wear it. Well so is. It was danny werfel shaped head. We'll tell you a story. It's been about Maybe ten or fifteen years I ran into Charles barkley and in a locker room a golf tournament and he started like yelling at me. Like and i can't use the language he said. When are you going to shave that blank. Off your head. And i'm like going. Is there something on my head. Like i didn't know what he was talking about. And as i got closer to him he finally said you. Gotta you gotta just take all that off. And and by the way i did about about seven years ago not long after i got here maybe i decided i wanted a haircut place and i said take it off and then i said no i mean i met my hair and she and i got home and my wife literally fell over and i looked so weird and just so i was on. Espn a couple of days later. And i had friends calling me saying that. Really you because i i just. It wasn't a look that i thought it would be really cool. And i it instead i looked like i was like an extra on the On the on the latest star wars picture an escapee from puppy. Just wanted to say that. Yuck more descriptive phrase. I heard from some of my friends. But i i don't want to bring that into it because also today or there's been a lot of talk about imbibing and i've gotta say yesterday. That guy ben you had on the phone. Yeah i think you're right. I think then it just walked out of the bar but when he was talking about i think about florida winning. All their games asked him. Why said 'cause my dad's a classic line. I just think you have to you have to do you have to. You have to really get some some credibility with these calls in the only way to do. That is is on authenticate where they are where they were. They are calling from well. I i think he's was just as good as sheridan's but your money in florida is Ben's dad says too but The other thing you you've had some Really a landmark more calls this week although they may not have been long The prodigal son returns. Yes he has has been truly remarkable the the moment that he called the show immediately lifted off like a ship. It did and i wanna say. I want more of it. I gotta be honest. You know we had a little few way back in a couple of years ago But we kind of made up not so long ago on your show. That was upsetting. I was banned from the twitter account. But since i've redeem myself i have been allowed to follow again and i've always followed in bene- fan and all that politicking by jeff is paid off so i wanna thank jeff Because you're right to show has really Picked picked up. And i hope it continues. So thanks paul and have a great weekend. You got thanks so much. We are heading to a bright more more phone calls and more guests who knows what will happen.

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"lavigne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:46 min | 10 months ago

"lavigne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"My colleagues and i have been just relentless on this and during that whole process you know even before i was brought on board. I mean there were a lot of a lot of times when we thought this was going to get derailed or just wasn't moving forward and always in the backs of our heads was the the desire to bring some closure to the patta family. And i just like to think that as as journalists the whole idea that dina that we could contribute to something like and also in the process of it bring some accountability to the police department and their investigation. I mean that to me as someone who does this who fights for transparency. Who you know is really pushing for getting to the truth that i think it was incredibly gratifying. That you know we have some role in getting either getting this investigation back on board and or getting someone to come forward or prompting some new evidence. You know this is. This is why we do this. And and it feels like it's it's great to to see that you know. Perhaps that has some some result. But you know this isn't this isn't done yet As you said. I mean there's still a long ways to go You know we one of the thing. I should point out. Is that when we did the story Last year you know. We did talk to jones and jones involvement and we haven't been able to reach him after the but you know i'm still curious to see how he responds to this. And what his what his legal responses. So we're we're far from from being done with this and you know we'll keep following it. Thank you so much. It's always great to see. paul levine. Joining us from espn on yet another Incredible p so we'll take a break Thanks so much we are heading to write more phone calls and more guests as we continue here on a friday afternoon. Listening to paul finebaum show podcast and we welcome you back then. Some breaking news from auburn concerning head coach bryan carson. The university just issued a statement moments ago saying that the coach has tested positive for cova. The official statement from coach arsene yesterday tested positive for the covert nineteen virus. I am isolating at home. All experiencing no symptoms as we have navigated through the pandemic contingency plans have been place. Should a situation like this arise. We prepared for this coach. Jeff schmeling will assume in person head. Coaching duties will continue to participate remotely in meetings in practice just like in a game teams that handle adversity and make necessary adjustments are those that are most successful. I have full confidence in our coaching staff and team. I know they will continue to prepare with the same intensity and focus that they have since camp started the news again from auburn concerning coach bryan harrison. Let's get back to the calls at eight five five two four two seven two eight five and greg is up next in oklahoma. Hello greg glow as turned out over the last six weeks or so. I paid more attention to your program. Well thank you. I'm glad to hear from you. Okay time with oklahoma texas coming to the fcc and it's becoming super conference. It's really a transformational time. You know. we need to start rethinking a lot of other circumstances for instance eighty five. Scholarship rule was since sued by the ncwa disorder spread to well. Well the super conference doesn't need to spread the wealth. They aren't the well That should be that number should be increased. Two hundred scholarships a year at a minimum. There's going to be increased attrition. Biding week after week after week. Through this massive. Sec conference The only way to really compensate for that would be to have more players. So that when you get hurt you have warned guys to put in there and with the increase. Many's the schools could afford it but in trouble. Yeah i mean those are interesting by the way the is having this constitutional convention in a couple of months. I do not believe they're going to be able to up that number while you make some some very good points. Hey thank you very much for finding us and we hope to talk again soon. Peter is up next in dallas. Hello peter hello paul pick you here for a long time and your show thanks. Liberty taught two years ago. We had callaway and Tell them early and quarterbacks sharing time and duty at the only worked for one fall out has had a quarterback who announced to be the quarterback this year yet finnish. Keep saying we can't prove quarterback when you announced it we waiting too long enough to record to be. Yeah i'm always of the opinion. Peter that when you know it you announced a lot of coaches Including some of the best ones never announce it at all as if that's going to give them some competitive advantage But i i don't know what's going on there with. I mean i think most people believe hanes king is going to be the starter but all defer to jimbo fisher on on what his rationale there is to thank. You thank you very much. I've forgotten about cower. Murray that was quite a quarterback battle from yesteryear. Hey thanks for the call appreciate it. Let's continue jerry Gary is up next in kentucky. Good afternoon all. I was gonna talk to you about this football players. I don't think people know that. This is about a fight at an off. Campus fraternity house last march and what allegedly most people agree. Allegedly happened is three capable. Players are at a at a party they get the confrontation. See some racial language is used They get encouraged to leave. They come back with three more. Uk football players that stayed outside more racial languages us. As fighting sues the police show up and the university investigators and everybody kind of thought this away but that were the problem comes in is one individual paternity not all just one individual who alleges a uk..

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"lavigne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:38 min | 10 months ago

"lavigne" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"That's when we actually got them to admit that despite what they've been saying for years they were actually looking at someone and again. That person happened to be jones thought processes now so they bring they bring espn into it and ended up getting exposed. What what are they saying. Now the police department in relation to this utterly bizarre odyssey obviously our relationship with the police department change after the lawsuit and since then they have an after. Our story ran last year. They have not been willing to talk to us. And when i reached out to police and prosecutors Just yesterday to ask them. The question. That i that i post earlier. What new evidence do you have. What prompted the arrests at this time. They were not answering those questions other than to say you know. You'll just have to stay tuned to what comes out as this case moves forward. So so what was the final tipping point between the beginning of this several years ago to yesterday that that finally i'm guessing a little bigger i guess since we're not talking what push them over the top. I really want to know. I mean we've been those who've been working on this story for some time Have a lot of speculation on that. I mean i would have to say though that our story i i believe played some role in it Clearly to at the very least it got police to dive back into this and you know. The family has been very appreciative of the work that we've done and i i do hope that that's something that made a difference what they then discovered after the pressure was put on them to go back into this. That's what we're wondering. Did somebody flip. Did a someone who was reticent to talk back then finally come forward you know in going back to interview some of the witnesses which which is what. They said they had been doing Even prior to our battle with them with over the records you know did some new information come up that that advanced the case further. We don't know It could be any of those things and right now. It's just speculation. But i you know i in terms of of building a solid case. I would think that that there has to be something new or something that cropped up that that will get them that actually got them to the point now where they could move forward with making an arrest. Paul finally It's so easy to blast media these days and many do and some of it is justified. But for someone like you and and and the people that you've mentioned to to work this hard to see again. This is the first step of justice in fairness but but it's still a pretty significant step From from a personal or collective standpoint How does it feel To to at least see hard work good. Journalism journalism payoff. Goodyear believes in the power of moving forward. No matter if it's on the track the court or the field movement makes us want to be more. It pushes us to go further to show the world what we can do. Movement has the unique ability to change our perspective to challenge us to work for a better tomorrow. Movement can even bring us together when we're still because if we're focused on.

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"lavigne" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

08:02 min | 11 months ago

"lavigne" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Lavigne radios, Hell raising intellectual call. Now 8773813811. You know, the left is destroyed the Oscars. Nobody watches the Oscars anymore. They've destroyed the Golden Globe. Hope somebody watches the Golden Globes anymore. They have done serious damage to multiple Sporting leagues. And now they're going to do it to the Olympics. There's several reasons for this first. I don't know if you're able to watch my show last night. And here the monologue on Fox. I don't want to play some of this for you to lay the foundation for the rest of the program this evening. So I hope you'll bear with me. So let's go Cut one Go. We talk a lot about critical race theory. We talk almost not at all about something called Latte Crip, which is Latino critical race theory. We talk almost not at all about critical gender theory. We talk almost not at all about the move up behind, Um, climate change, so called and the green new deal. Well in this book that I've written America Marxism. We talk about all of them and more because they intercept. That's the word I didn't invent Intersectionality. That's a word, one of the critical race theoreticians in a law school in California invented They all intersect. And what's the common denominator? The white dominant American society must go. That is, it must be destroyed from within one way or another. All the progress that's been made economically. It's not progress at all. All the race relations progress that we've made. Well, that's not progress at all, either. And I want to talk about this briefly before I bring the guests on. I'm watching now on MSNBC, Joy, Reid and others who are lying through their teeth about what's taking place with critical race theory. They either don't comprehend what it means. Or they're purposely misleading the public. Critical race theory is not about learning the history of America. It's not about learning slavery and segregation. It's not about learning about neo Nazis and the Klan. It's about a Marxist movement invented by Marxists. Herbert Marcus. Uh, Derek Bell and many, many others and it attracts the marks. It's like Black lives matter. Founders two of three who have already said that they are Marxists, and that's not a coincidence. Because this was hatched by professors. As a way to attack the society from a Marxist perspective. So when Joy Reid goes on MSNBC and asks one of the professors involved in leading this movement, you know, uh Some people are actually saying, this is a marks the space movement and I've been saying it now. Really? For some time. And that profession never said No, it's not. Because she can't you want to know why. I read what she wrote, and she's written a lot. In fact, I've read what Herbert Marcos wrote, and he wrote a lot, and I read what Derek Bell wrote, and he wrote a lot and they all say it. They can't deny it. But they want to embrace it. The problem is this This ideology again isn't about teaching history. It's about teaching lies. It's about teaching racism. It was considered a kook fringe movement in the 19 sixties and seventies. Now the United States military is promoting it. Now. Every federal department and agency is promoting it. Thanks to Joe Biden. Now, almost every school district is promoting it. Thanks to these administrators and school board members and of course, the National Education Association, the American Federation of Teachers. And we're going to continue to talk about this on this program, and I hope you will pre order a copy of American Marxism because it lays it out. But it lays out more than that. You ever heard a lot crit l A t slash c r E T This is a Latino slash Chicano movement that pulls in the critical theory and critical race theory ideas. What's the bottom line with this? The bottom line is Americans. You're the interlopers. You're the illegal aliens, in fact, the entire existence of the United States of America. As a result of imperialism and colonialism. My white Protestant Europeans who came into this this continent and impose their well and created this country that the real natives indigenous peoples of this area. Are south of the border. And so they have every right to come to this country. They're not illegal aliens. You're an illegal alien, and so they do not accept or recognize the sovereignty of the United States because there is no United States. There is no United States now. This is also being taught in our colleges and universities, in addition to critical race theory And that's what they mean by Intersectionality. So we have all these victims all the oppressed. The existing civil society that's doing all the oppressing And so everybody has a chip on their shoulder. Everybody has a reason to want to overthrow and overturned the existing society. And so that's the notion that there are two Americas, North America, South America, and they argue even there, there's really one America. The indigenous peoples, of course, are the people who are coming into this country, not the people who are in the country. By the way, it's a footnote. That's an interesting argument from these radical Marxists because when it comes to the Middle East, they forgot about who the indigenous people are. To the Jewish people. Well, they've only been there 4000 years, you see, but apparently they live on occupied territory. All right, But that's not all. So you have critical race theory. You have lacked crit. What else do you have? You have what I call critical gender theory. Now what's that? Well, That's why Facebook says there's 58 varieties of gender is, um, and things you do with your gender. Okay, There's not this binary thing where we call a male and a female and male has this And if female has that? No, no, no, no, no. And why is that part of this so called spawned Marxist movement out of Marxism. Many of its leaders and many of its scholars. How do I not have read it? It's in the book. They believe that this whole idea of a man and a woman And biological genitalia. That's been imposed by social contract early on in the history of this country by the same people who were enslaved blacks, the same people who took over territories that believe belonged to Latinos and Chicano knows And these people are trying to impose their morals and their religious beliefs on society. And who are they to do that? Who the hell are they to do that? And so this is this movement, particularly the the trans movement as they call it, I suppose that rejects it. And so your Facebook pushing 58 different varieties and others pushing four different varieties. And now when you get on an airline you can you can say male female other whatever That means. And you can see this being pushed by the Department of Education again. It's being pushed in our schools transgenderism. If somebody is transgender ring And they're of proper age. Nobody cares. Nobody said. Don't do whatever we people may have their opinion. If you're going to make a public, it doesn't belong in elementary schools. One of the entities that's pushing it among students is the United Nations, and you'll see again an American Marxism the book and they have a whole teaching plan that's being used now. Have you checked about this transgender is a movement. Not that people are transgender, a movement. Have you checked it in your elementary schools lately? Many of you may not know this, but it's there, and it's not getting the attention that it deserves. Critical Race theory. Latte crypt. Transgenderism. What else? The war on capitalism. He can't be a good Marxist.

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"lavigne" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:23 min | 3 years ago

"lavigne" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Unless you are a member of congress, of course because what do they do? They exempt themselves exempt themselves from what they pass for the rest of us. Remember Medicare frozen Medicare at all? Get the facts. Go to healthcare, facts dot com. True healthcare facts that come true healthcare, facts dot com. I don't know how I miss this. The guardian. The guardian is supposed to be newspaper in Britain. You know, they like their French fries and fried fish and Britain, call it, fish and chips. There's no paper better to wrap oily leaking fish and chips. All the grease the guardian they left wing coop newspaper. And so imagine my surprise when they attacked me. On freedom of the press review. Marklevinshow Trump's take on the first amendment. You know the guy didn't read the book. But let's go on America's distrust of the media is only exceeded by disdain for congress. Mark Levin, latest book while too much to rehabilitate journalism, but it should submit his standing on Trump's Goto guys the let's stop right there, Mr. producer. You've read the book, right? I don't even get the Trump till the end of the book too. I for the most part, it's a while in so he skips the first chapter, the second chapter the third chapter the four chapter. Definitely chapter six about the New York Times. That's what these fools are all about. Let's continue. A radio talk show host any recipient of conservative largest now doesn't talk about my education background. Doesn't talk about my career as a lawyer, doesn't none of it. A conservative recipient of conservative largesse Lynn served the digestive -partment. Under Reagan nineteen twenty sixteen public primary back, Ted Cruz was never Trumper was, and I was never Trumper for about one day over Roger stone, wasn't, I missed it. Have to listen to my radio shows I'm not hiding a damn thing. What is it for day, right? Less than a day. You, you can just listen to my radio shows. They're all out there. I am more transparent than anyone. I know let's continue. He's Simpson braced. Not sense of embraced this president for a long time. The passion of a penitent and the conviction of convert. So far anything about the book nothing. Nothing. This is why this form of media. It has a death sentence on itself. It's whites destroying itself. Trump recently appeared on Lavigne program. This is on the radio show where the president explained his reaction to the white supremacists, March, and Charlottesville, and August. Twenty seventeen in which kinda protester was killed code. I actually said it every way you can say it, but I said, you had bad people in both groups. And I said, good people in both groups. If Heather higher were still alive. She would surely beg to differ. See, again, he's a liar. Trump said, much more than that, and I was very specific any elaborated, and I was specific again any elaborate, but it's the guardian. On freedom of the press is a nonstop attack on the mainstream media, and he running indictment of a century. Progressive politics. That's for damn. Sure. In Levine's words, has book is about how those entrusted with news reporting, the modern media are destroying freedom of the pass from within not government, oppression or suppression, not Donald Trump's finger pointing, do you realize, ladies and gentlemen. Let me see here. I think that's the first book on here. I don't think this guy got much further pretty much. Yeah, he took that out of the first sentence of the introduction of this guy's a real sharpie. Isn't it? Who cares? If Trump calls the press the enemy of the people, I spent a lot of time on that issue. And this guy didn't read it try to publicans embrace this proposition. No, they don't. That's one poll. It was very biased. Again. I undress this in the book almost two thirds of their fellow Americans. Disagree unfreedom of the press. Attempts to bestow patina of respectability on their darker impulses, not in the least. The book is about the press. As to be expected. Lynn ignores Trump's often repeated attack on existing libel. Laws exacerbated by Bob Woodward's fear. The president empty threat to enjoin the publication of Michael wolves fire and fury and his praise of using the media as a literal, tackling dummy. Now here's what I say in the book dummy. You can say what you want about what the president says about the press. But you need some context about what presidents have done to the press, including your great Barack mill house, Benito Obama, and I might add with the press has done to this president. All the president calls caused certain outlets enemies of the people. They call him Hitler as he called any publisher Hitler, as he called any journalist Hitler, as it cold any editorial writer Hitler. Lynn neglects to mention that Montana's. Greg Jia font forte body slam. The former guardian reporter, Ben Jacobson was congratulated by Trump for doing so. Misses the entire point of the book it's not about cherry picking it's a bigger issue. It's a broader issue. It's an issue that has extended over decades. But he can't help it. Unfreedom of the press is not exactly fan fiction, but it can get ahead of itself when discussing the special counsels conclusions ending up sending like the fake news. The author Trump, both purport poor. Where did I do that? Nowhere. Among other things is jettison, any journalistic scepticism surrounding fresh. I'm not a journalist. If I were at resigned from the phony profession today. It has no standards. I'm a constitutional conservative. Tired to be a constitutional conservative today or most of the media outlets. He has jettisoned any journalistic scepticism surrounding the attorney general Bill bars non summary of the case. So it goes on. So let me ask you folks question. What's beef, basically? What's his beef? His beef is. That I don't agree with them. That I'm not a leftist. That's what is beef is. For good measure. Lavigne also takes potshots at Alexander Hamilton lin-manuel Miranda's Broadway, hit about the founding father Levin, writes, have Hamilton, undercutting, George, Washington and acting in ten of with England. He has forgotten. I love WikiLeaks. What, what is he talking about? Still lavigne. Criti- his critique of the press, and the Obama administration should not be ignored. Wow. Then he goes into some studies. There we go. All right. I I'm gonna post this you can read it yourself. So you can see what a what a conflicted individual, this is. And how unserious he is those of you who have the book and read the book you'll know what I'm talking about. He misses the entire purpose of the book and I even put it in the introduction. But I want you to remember this this book's not written for Loyd. Green a fraud. It's not written for National Public Radio. Frauds. It's not written for the Washington compost, frauds Trittin for you. It's written for you. The smartest book the Lloyd green has ever read, or at least page through it should say. Because I don't believe is rented. I don't know how you write this long essay that he writes in the guardian this long essay, I'm still looking down long as here. Oh, long essay still looking. Looking looking and skips chapter six you believe that Mr. producer. He, he doesn't need it. Right. He skips the entire chapter on the New York Times. Yeah. Why does he do that? And why does he skips much of the rest of the bookies Atta space, now of his mind? Is he not the third reviewer the lady NPR included? I think three sentences on chapter six. I believe it's the longest chapter in the book. The guardian has no chapter. Of course, their hate for Israel's. Well known. And the Washington compost writer, barely touched it the fact that the New York Times, you know, covered up the holocaust the fact that the New York Times, was in imbed effectively propaganda wise with Stalin going, his slaughter, the and we're going to skip over that stuff, and I would add Lloyd grove. Fetish your name. How come you missed something that recently occurred when the New York Times ran to antisemitic cartoons? That's how long ago. How did you miss that? How did you miss that? Groupthink, pow. That's how you missed it because you agree with them. I'll be right back. Traffic sponsored by account temps, crash. Southbound ninety five approaching fifteen there at this forget bowl off to the right injury. Rank cod. Charleston east afford a patchy, we've got went.

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"lavigne" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"lavigne" Discussed on WTVN

"Six PM Pacific a full hour. Full hour, one on one where we talk about the press. I think you're gonna love this show. I really do. And we have a special show for you on Sunday to ten PM eastern, as usual Sempione Pacific on the life, liberty and Lavigne Pete hegseth. He's not really my guest. He's my colleague, and we have a, a really great discussion back and forth. Do we have a free press, or an unfree press in this country? I think you'll find it very intriguing but first things first tonight, nine pm eastern, please, if you're going to be out set your what do you set your TV, is that what you said, say, your DVR? But if you're going to be home or somewhere, where you can watch it. I think you're really gonna love it. Matter of fact when I was finished Sean pulled me over and said that was a fantastic interview. I think that's the best one we've ever done. I don't know that. But that's what he said. That's what he said. So I think you're gonna love it. So tonight, nine pm eastern time on FOX on Hannity on Hannity Levin. Sunday on life, liberty and Lavigne. We've a special Pete hegseth is the nicest guy, by the way. Smart. Sharp can be and just very, very gracious, and that all comes through, and you'll see that again. Sunday, ten pm eastern time, life, liberty, and Levin and really Hannity needs, no introduction. He's one of my best friends like a brother in many ways. And I think you're gonna find this to be a truly fantastic show. These long-form interviews, just aren't done anymore. Sean, does one with me. They're just not done anymore. And. Same with our Sunday night show. And they're very different in many ways. Even though both are going to talk about the press, and we expect to be hammered because don't forget on Tuesday. The book comes out may twenty-first Tuesday. On freedom of the press, and you can go to Amazon dot com right now. I think it's.

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"lavigne" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"lavigne" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Channel nine PM eastern. Six PM Pacific a full hour. Full hour, one on one where we talk about the press. I think you're gonna love this show. I really do. And we have a special show for you on Sunday to ten PM eastern as usual, seven PM Pacific on life, liberty and Lavigne Pete hegseth. He's not really my guest, these my colleague, and we have a, a really great discussion back and forth. Do we have a free press aren't unfree press in this country? I think you'll find it very intriguing but first things first tonight, nine pm eastern, please, if you're going to be out set your what do you set your TV, is that what you said, say, your DVR? But if you're going to be home or somewhere, where you can watch. I think you're really gonna love it. Matter of fact when I was finished Sean pulled me over and said that was a fantastic interview. I think that's the best one we've ever done. I don't know that. But that's what he said. That's what he said. So I think you're gonna love it. So tonight, nine pm eastern time on FOX on Hannity, one on one Hannity Levin. Sunday on life, liberty and Lavigne. We've a special Pete hegseth is the nicest guy, by the way. Smart. A sharp can be and just very, very gracious and that all comes through, and you'll see that again. Sunday, ten pm eastern time, life, liberty, and Levin and really Hannity needs, no introduction. He's one of my best friends like a brother in many ways. And I think you're gonna find this to be truly fantastic show. These long-form interviews, just aren't done anymore. Sean, does when with me. They're just not done anymore. And. Say whether Sunday night show and they're very different in many ways. Even though both are going to talk about the press, and we expect to be hammered because don't forget on Tuesday. The book comes out may twenty-first Tuesday. On freedom of the press, and you can go to Amazon dot com. Right. And I.

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"lavigne" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"lavigne" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"PM Pacific on life, liberty and Lavigne Pete hegseth. He's not really my guest. He's my colleague, and we have a, a really great discussion back and forth. Do we have a free press or unfree presidents country? I think you'll find it very intriguing but first things first tonight, nine pm eastern, please, if you're going to be out set your what do you set your TV? Is that what you said, set your DVR? But if you're going to be home or somewhere, where you can watch. And I think you're really gonna love it. Matter of fact when I was finished Sean pulled me over and said that was a fantastic interview. I think that's the best one we've ever done. I don't know that. But that's what he said. That's what he said. So I think you're gonna love it. So tonight, nine pm eastern time on FOX on Hannity, one on one Hannity Levin. Sunday on life, liberty and Lavigne. We've a special Pete hegseth is the nicest guy, by the way. Smart. Sharp can be and just very, very gracious, and that all comes through, and you'll see that again. Sunday, ten pm eastern time, life, liberty, and Levin and really Hannity needs, no introduction. He's one of my best friends like a brother in many ways. And I think you're gonna find this to be a truly fantastic show. These long-form interviews, just aren't done anymore. Sean, does one with me. They're just not done anymore. And. Same with our Sunday night show. And they're very different in many ways. Even though both are going to talk about the press, and we expect to be hammered because don't forget on Tuesday. The book comes out may twenty-first Tuesday. On freedom of the press, and you can go to Amazon dot com. Right. And I think it's.

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"lavigne" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"lavigne" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Year night. Your fellow Lavigne. Rich is the Philadelphia, by the way on Twitter at rich Z Z, E O L. I if you like to follow along at home, and of course, the number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one I need to hear from you. If you disagree with me on the fact that my point is marked point, the president did not obstruct Justice. That's all if you if you want to make your case, I want to hear from you make your case. But you gotta be cogent. You gotta be sustained and you have to actually have a valid point. And the problem is that right now everybody is is theorizing, and they're being hypothetical, and this or that or what if this what if that you have to be able to prove a case see, this is the underlying fact here in our system of Justice. Thank God, you are innocent until proven guilty. You don't have to fight for your innocence. You are innocence. The government proves that you are guilty. The government's job is not. Vindicate you the government's job is not to exonerate. You government's job is to prosecute you. If they think they can win. That's what they do. The Bill of rights is your protection against your government should protection from your government protection of you is individual and the states from the federal government, and the concept that's enshrined in there is protecting you in many ways from government that wants to use its powers shoe, punish its political enemies. And so that's why you have all these presumptions of innocence. It's why you have this. Fundamental rights should be left alone. And if the government thinks you committed a crime they have to prove it. But you can't just make stuff up. You got to be able to prove it. And that's the fact when people the media, go well Muller couldn't prove it. But it's still. No, no, no. That's it. That's how it works period. Mother. Couldn't prove it. There's no other dot dot dot, and it right there stop stop right there. You just said mother can't prove it. But you hear people that professor earlier, but I had about, but I think what happened is it doesn't matter. What you think we just spent millions of dollars an investigation lasted for years for report that's four hundred pages long in two volumes. That does not say they can prove the president committed a crime. So what they leave is they leave this this open area of -struction, and they say, well, maybe congress can figure it out. Okay. Well, then I'm asking you then prove it through the obstruction. If you hate Donald Trump, you want to see them go you one of these people right now that are rooting for him to fail show me where this president has obstructed Justice make your point. But you notice so people can't they can't make the point. Because at the end of the day. I think you're smart enough to know that just because you have an idea of doing something. But you don't do it doesn't mean you've done it even have an idea of doing something you can have thought tonight of driving home drunk, but she decided not to because somebody talks you out of it. You haven't committed DUI, and it's not that somebody stops you somebody gave you good advice. He took it. And that's exactly the point. You're supposed to be judged on your actions. Not your thoughts. We don't have fuck crimes. And we certainly don't have these times of hardware.

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"lavigne" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"lavigne" Discussed on WJR 760

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"lavigne" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"lavigne" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"On Sunday night, life liberty and Lavigne yesterday up late to watch it and each one seems to be better than the one before. Thank you know, why I get great guests, and I let them speak. What you do an excellent job. But I wonder if you could explain something to me. Yes. Really? And I'm probably one of the few Republicans in the state of California. Well, they they are getting they are getting smaller number. But I think there's more than one or go ahead. My question is this can you give me some kind of an explanation is I can't explain it. I don't understand it. Why the vast majority of Jews will vote for the Democratic Party when it is not the Democratic Party of our fathers and grandfathers, and you're Jewish correct? Absolutely. Well, I get this question all the time and it's a bit perplexing. And my answer is really the answer of Norman pothole wrote an entire book on this. Can I agree with them, which is with John, but his father was brilliant band. Or is. And that's this for secular Jews like secular Catholics who support abortion on demand like Cuomo Pelosi and so forth. Their religion really isn't their religion their religion. Is there politics? The religion is their political ideology. And so first and foremost, Nancy Pelosi is a left-wing democrat Catholicism is way down the list. Chuck Schumer is a left-wing democrat Judaism is way down the list doesn't mean they don't go to synagogue or go to church doesn't mean they don't promote their particular viewpoints. But when it really comes to public policy their values their morals, their faith doesn't inform them. I'm not saying that when you're elected you should be. I'm the Jewish so and so I'm the Catholic. So and so I'm the Piscopo. So I'm not saying that. But these religions they provide us with our mornings right from wrong. Good from evil and so forth. And if you dismiss them then you're a blank slate, then you're a blank slate. And when you're a blacks a blank slate, then you can support post birth abortion, aka infanticide. Then you can support the destruction of the free greatest society on the face of the earth. Then you could argue that you can compel individuals to bake a cake for for a couple that's getting married with whom you disagree in terms of their their sexuality and so forth. Then you can impose your will on other people. You see one of the great things about this country is not just the reformation generally put the reformation of of of religion, whether it's Catholicism or Judaism or some form of. Other religion in many respects Islam is not gone through that some areas it has with some people at has which is why you still have fundamentalists that apply sharia law the way that they do. But a lot of other religions and a lot of other people had they've gone through this the lessons learned from history. The lessons learned from the reformation, the resins lessons learned from our value system that we get mostly from religion and so forth, not everybody. I'm just speaking in broad terms with a broad brush their lost on the left because they're obsessed with power obsessed with control and the religion is their ideology. That's the best answer. I can give you all right, my friend. And I appreciate your call. Nate. Joy, Palm Springs and other beautiful area. I'll be right back. Now, the congress is under new leadership. It already seems to be on a mission to thwart our freedom. But to many representatives don't understand how to preserve liberty. And of course, some especially so-called progressives actually seek to diminish it. I'm not expecting these progressives to learn these things, which is why you must we must our founding fathers counted on we the.

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"lavigne" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"lavigne" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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Avril Lavigne Hints at New Music Video Sharing Stunning Underwater Picture

Del Walmsley

00:24 sec | 4 years ago

Avril Lavigne Hints at New Music Video Sharing Stunning Underwater Picture

"Levine is teasing the release of a new song and music video or last album was in two thousand thirteen a few years before she was diagnosed with Lyme disease and took a hiatus from her career to recover. She has hinted the drop of a new song this month and yesterday she shared an underwater photo possibly a snapshot from an upcoming music. Video Levin says she has been planning this video for over

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Regulators: Uranium leaked at SC nuclear fuel plant

Mark Levin

11:39 min | 4 years ago

Regulators: Uranium leaked at SC nuclear fuel plant

"Announced that the Alzheimer's Association international conference in Chicago federal officials are looking into. Any dangers resulting from a uranium league discovered at a South Carolina. Fuel plants, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Says it learned the league earlier this, month fits believe, the Ray Radioactive uranium leaked through a, three inch hole in a floor at the Westinghouse plant, near Columbia soil readings, near the league show contamination thirteen hundred times higher than normal but. The state's department of health and environmental control says it doesn't appear the leakage threatens any water supply or is even spread from the plant the states still awaits groundwater tests to confirm that the plant uses uranium. To make fuel rods that. Power commercial nuclear reactors Grenell Scott Fox News tropical lizards can hang. On in stormy weather and researchers now know why thanks to a little help from a leaf blower of all things the tree hugging lizard or put to. The test last. Year during hurricanes are an Maria and scientists work, to see which species survive researchers from Harvard used the leaf blower to observe how forty seven of the reptiles held on to a wooden rod under tropical storm force winds at, one hundred. Two miles per hour they only held on with two fee letting their back legs fly In the win they lost their grip at one hundred eight miles per hour but don't worry the researchers say they. Were gathered into a net return safely Lisa lacerra FOX News Radio It's almost fulltime in Oklahoma Saturdays Norman arches any, other day they. Are defining moments in our history and on of the middle. Coast around, the twenty, fifth Before you know. It, the gates to the palace. Will be open welcoming the sea, of, crimson, and cream. Season tickets to the twentieth eighteenth, season are available and on. Sale now visit sooner sports dot com slash tickets or call eight hundred four five six go Just. Like, chatting with your neighbors afternoon. There for sitting around talking about the, latest, scuttle bug Believe that they lose your civilized it's we can be Or why I just, can't, believe people I am not surprised. That. Just annoy yes you jerk NewsRadio. One thousand Katie okay Just wander around being, dumb, all your life Oklahoma's place to. Talk Now broadcasting from the underground command post Thousands of the hidden bunker somewhere under the. Brick and steel, of a nondescript building we've once again made contact with our leader Hello, everybody Mark Levin. Here our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight. One one why, we have a full plate Full plate The, news outlets particularly FOX, Sky News some. Other reporting we have some deal with the European Union on non, Kar product, certain products Where the goal is to reduce or, eliminate tariffs And subsidies On non Kar products that are purchased And the way Sky News reports it Donald Trump has held a very big day for free and fair trade after reaching a deal to avert a blow a full-blown trade war with the EU, following talks with the European Commission president. John Claude Juncker at the White House Mr. Trump said the US in a you have agreed to work. To resolve their current dispute last month the US presidents slap tariffs on steel and aluminum imports to, prompt tit for tat measures, by Brussels including tariffs on bourbon. Whiskey Levi's jeans and Harley Davidson motorbikes. Mr. Trump had worn of retaliatory action your car makers. In a bid to de-escalate the quarrel Mr. Trump said he and Mr Juncker had agreed to work together toward. Zero-tariff, zero non-tariff barriers and zero subsidy now Mr. producer Zero tariffs zero subsidies who has. Been, preaching this Who's been preaching this and getting, calls for, some Trump supporters attacking me That we need tariffs to protect our industries Now there were some who said look, this is a negotiating tool for the president. But that's not what most said most said we need tariffs to protect our industries And what I what, have I been arguing no, get it down. As close to zero tear zero, subsidies, as possible try and work it out with, other countries if they don't go along we. Can go along anyway just do it Because money will. Flow into this country you know one of the things I meant. To mention yesterday in the past is when you talk about an imbalance? Of trade with the country one of the things that's not considered our, services and financial transactions that's a big deal for the United States just, products just products so it's. A phony number Now they're agreeing to work toward. Zero tariffs and zero subsidies On non automobile products I'm not one hundred. Percent show at that means is that includes steel and aluminum That. Would be great if it includes still aluminum but I didn't hear about stealing aluminum So we'll need to know more as time goes on, but this has been my point this, has been my argument the president campaign and say I want. Zero tariffs and zero subsidies if. I can get it from other countries and so forth that's not what he campaigned on they have genuflected. Somewhat over there. At the White House because I think you you, Lavigne I'ts out there you've been hurt I think you've been hurt by the White House which. Monitors this show That's why I. Say it's one thing to criticize the president, when we disagree with them it's, another thing to try and sabotage, him which is what the left, us which is what the media do. Which is what the Democrats do. Which is what the never. Trumpers do that's not what we do here that's not what I do So this is good if it's true if. It turns out to be accurate is what, I'm saying if they actually can, negotiate this no tariffs and no, subsidies that's the Levin position is, it not Mr. bidder I won't go. Back and play the audio over. And over and over again But that's our position And let's see, how this works out I hope it does Now I may wind up being tougher on. China than most people I'm not looking for. Trade deals with, China I'm not looking. For currency deals with China China's the enemy China's stealing our technology what kind of deal? Can we cut with China to stop them from stealing our technology But our allies I've never understood Why, we would treat. Them like China So free trade apparently is very very, important because now everybody's talking about it Everybody's talking about why Because. It's better for everybody that's why And now our companies have. To compete and our farmers will compete they're happy. To compete Perfectly fine by me Let's do it, in, steel and aluminum too Let's, remove all of our tariffs and subsidies well, only if the other guy does it well we should try, and ask the other guy to, do it but if. They don't do it they don't do, it Then more and more money will, flow in our country Money finances which doesn't. Even count towards the quote unquote imbalance of trade anyway We'll see, how this develops over time. There I hate getting into this stuff with this Michael Cohen and. The tape I hate it when the when the pseudo media drives the agenda but I've heard so much misinformation and disinformation and ignorance when it comes to our federal, campaign laws and whether Trump is on the hook for violating our campaign loss he's, led, to, a close to being on the hook, for violating our campaign laws I had Bradley Smith on this program. A few months ago the former chairman of the Federal Election Commission he wrote a beautiful piece in the Wall Street Journal he spoke at length us and he's coming, back at the bottom of the hour so we can go through this yet again You can have a nondisclosure agreement I've been saying. This now for months. Months months months with stormy Daniels or anybody else a nondisclosure, agreement is not hush money a nondisclosure agreement. Is not illegal a nondisclosure agreement even in a campaign. Is not a campaign violation and in no circumstances is it criminal this entire issue as another shiny object it's another phony issue That CNN they got the tape obviously from Lanny Davis when you, see Lanny Davis there yes ambulance chasing slip and fall. Lawyer that's right Lanny Every damn lie the Clintons ever. Told Lanny. Defendant So, now he's, there Michael. Cohen's lawyer trashing the president this. Guy Michael Cohen what a sleazeball I never spoke to him in my life. I never communicated with. Them in my life what a, sleazeball you're, taping your. Client apparently repeatedly Got a dozen tapes What are you going to? Do with. The tapes Sarah counselor you're gonna use. It against your client Incredible I think the New York bar ought to be taking a look at. This they're probably cheering on Michael Cohen and Lanny Davis right now. Too Colin could turn on Trump who cares if he turns on Trump a nondisclosure agreement with a payment is is. Legal while he might have set up an LLC a corporation to launder the. Money through without Trump's name on it in order to doesn't matter You're not laundering money they're LLC's I love place There's nothing illegal. There's nothing shifty there's, nothing wrong. With an LLC I don't. Have one but people have them Under our tax laws Perfectly permissible Well that way they won't know who's making, the payment who cares The issue here's Michael Cohen the issue is what the hell's Lanny Davis doing. In, the middle of this trashing the president of the. United States Well Cohen's gonna turn on Trump turn on Trump about what Here, we, are going. Down, another rabbit hole Russia now. Michael Cohen Russia Michael Cohen I'll, be, right.

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BREAKING: Israel's Netanyahu says Iran cheating on nuclear deal

Joyce Kaufman

01:48 min | 4 years ago

BREAKING: Israel's Netanyahu says Iran cheating on nuclear deal

"We're going to show you something that the world has never seen before tonight we're going to reveal new and conclusive proof of the secret nuclear weapons program iran has been hiding for years from the international community in its secret atomic archive we're going to show you iran's secret nuclear files you may well know that iran's leaders repeatedly deny ever pursuing nuclear weapons you can listen to iran's supreme leader ali i stress the republic has never been after nuclear weapons you can listen to iran's president costume honey seve a nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction have no place in iran security and defence doctrine and contradict our fundamental religious and ethical convictions this is repeated by iran's foreign minister javad zarif he didn't have any program to develop nuclear weapons anyway we consider nuclear both irrational as well as immoral well tonight i'm here to tell you one thing iran lord big time after signing the nuclear deal in two thousand fifteen iran intensified its efforts to hide its secret nuclear files in two thousand seventeen iran moved its nuclear weapons files to a highly secret location in tehran this is the shore about district in southern tehran this is where they kept the atomic archives funeral new word was very few and also a few israelis now from the outside this was an innocent looking compound it looks like a dilapidated warehouse but from the inside it contained iran secret atomic archives locked in massive files actually they're a little bigger than this a few weeks ago in a great intelligence achievement israel obtained half a ton of the material inside these waltz and here's what we got fifty five thousand pages another fifty five thousand files on one hundred eighty three cds everything you're about to see is an exact copy of the original iranian material you may want to know where are the originals all i can say there are now in a very safe place here's what the files included incriminating documents incriminating charts incriminating presentations incriminating blueprints incriminating photos incriminating videos and more we've shared this material with the united states and the united states can vouch for its often we will also share it with other countries and we'll share it with the international atomic energy agency so let me tell you the history of this material we've known for years that iran had a secret nuclear weapons program called project amount we can now prove that project was a comprehensive program to design build and test nuclear weapons we can also prove iran is secretly storing project ahmad material to use at a time of its choice to develop nuclear weapons here's what project on mars explicit goal was creating nuclear weapons this is an original iranian presentation from these files and here's the mission statement design produce and test five warheads each with ten kiloton tnt yield for integration on a missile you don't have to read farsi to see ten kilotonnes here this is the specific goal of project ahmad five and rochambeau bombs to be put on ballistic missiles this is an original iranian spreadsheet from the archives out project ahmad look at what has your yellowcake production center feud enrichment process warhead project simulation project and test and indeed when we analyzed what's in these archives we found that project ahmad had all the five elements the five key elements of a nuclear weapons

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Inuit Climate Science

Tumble: A Science Podcast for Kids

02:23 min | 5 years ago

Inuit Climate Science

"Long tradition of the high level of understanding of snowden weather and climate so what does that mean like do they do experiments and talk about star trek not exactly they have a way of making very specific weather predictions for their area as well as places that are far from home they're very very good weather forecasters it's the same kind of thing that our weather forecasters and we do with the computer in of mothers and with instruments and they can walk outside of looked at the sky and say in two days we have north winds lots of snowfall in it's not just that there will be snow don't know what kind of snow in how it might affect their travel plans okay so they're thinking about science in terms of what they need to understand daytoday to live in such an extreme and by exactly for most of their

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