11 Burst results for "Linda Williams"

"linda williams" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 10 months ago

"linda williams" Discussed on WTOP

"More expensive Brian lund duke his wife and three kids moved to Texas last year from the Pacific Northwest Oregon is terrible right now It's really high but here is still about 20% higher than it was last year for us Linda Williams has the high prices mean fewer trips to the grocery store Instead of buying groceries and they purchased food out fast food and stuff like that Leslie Berg is on a tight budget but she splurges when her grandson comes over We have some pizzas and some burritos and things Oh yeah I'm feeling it in the pocketbook Chris Fox for CBS News Austin Congress gives final approval to legislation guaranteeing that people who experience sexual harassment at work can seek recourse in the courts It bars employment contracts from forcing people to settle sexual assault or harassment cases through arbitration former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson learned that her contract had an arbitration clause when she moved to sue over harassment by the network's chief executive roger ailes The bill will allow survivors a choice Secret arbitration Or the public courts Tesla is recalling nearly 579,000 vehicles in the U.S. because a boombox function can obscure audible warnings for pedestrians On Wall Street today the Dow closed down 526 points NASDAQ down 305 This CBS News If you're checking for fever the leading side of COVID-19 beware of dangerously inaccurate non contact thermometers Instead learn about estrogen at exergen dot com It's 9 O three on Thursday evening February 10th of 2022 We have 51° going down to the upper 20s to low 30s Good evening I'm Michelle bash at the top local stories we're following this hour since Tuesday D.C..

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"linda williams" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"linda williams" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"With your top story. Millions of Americans are no longer receiving unemployment benefits after a number of pandemic relief plans expired earlier this week. This following the recent expiration of a federal eviction moratorium and as many fear, returning to public facing jobs amid the surging coronavirus cases, CBS Money Watch reporter Amy but she has more pandemic unemployment benefits ended in all 50 states, and this is coming at a time when the federal minimum wage is stuck at seven. 25 an hour and so people are coming off unemployment at a time when in some states they're not paying enough for them to afford an apartment order for childcare, So there's kind of Israel disconnect in some regions between wages and needs. Kick out TVs. Christine Lazar talked with a California resident who is struggling. My car payment is to do right now. I had to borrow from a relative to get my rent for the last three months, Linda Williams is unemployed and struggling. I am actively looking 2.2 Million Californians are losing their federal unemployment benefits. Most of those impacted our gig or 10, 99 workers or those who have maxed out their state benefits for Williams, though she is one of the 500,000 who are losing the extra $300 a week. California has one of the highest unemployment rates in the US at 7.6%. It's the subject of your poll question today. Is it a good thing or a bad thing that the stimulus payments are going away? And what is your reason behind your opinion? You can hit the pound to 50 lines. They open mic and we'll get to some comments coming up here shortly more right now, though. More news with Kate.

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"linda williams" Discussed on Just King Things

Just King Things

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"linda williams" Discussed on Just King Things

"Do. Get from steve's work with the often fraught approach he has sensitive topics thanks again e Similarly a yeoman writes in a thanks so much for this wonderful podcast. Read a lot stephen king as a team but stopped after rose matter which was just too weird for me. I'm looking forward to reading more past that as the podcast gets into that territory. Here's my question. The thing that has stuck with me most from king's writing is the combination of sorted human horrors alongside the supernatural things like alcoholism domestic abuse sexual assault bullying the effects of poverty. And other everyday cruelties. I always felt that strengthened the supernatural aspects of his work and made the hole much more terrifying. But on listening to the podcast in rereading the books as an adult. A lot of that same stuff feels explicatives in gross twenty twenty one and i know you've called that out to on the show. Are there instances. Where king or another author does this well in not gross way or is that technique basically doomed to be problematic. No matter what. I know you have not quite a pocket answer to this michael. But but you. And i talked about this a little bit beforehand Do you wanna take a. I swinger you want me to do. I need to drink water. So you can take the first swing. Gotcha you can take the first swig. And i'll take the swing that yes So so kind of that. First one from be the kind of question here is. How do you to separate the enjoyment you get from. Steve steve's works with often approach has sensitive subjects. I'm hard time reading today. Sensitive subjects I don't. I don't think i do I don't separate my enjoyment from those sensitive subjects. Something that you say. I think in the beginning of every episode ride is that you know this. Is these horror novels and they deal in things that are Difficult difficult topics across the board. There's a long history of horror impo in particular but this is a lot of different genres. There's a long history of having to deal with the thorny issue of Things that are unpleasant and still provide enjoyment to us right. I think a lot. And i was actually tweeting about this other day and i completely unrelated topic right. This is the kind of core concern core issue in linda. Williams's work very famous. Media theorist to wrote a very famous essay on the body genres which are like romance in pornography and and horror and You know particularly like slash ary kind of stuff in horror and linda williams says like look the part of the disgust or unhappiness. It that we get from a thing as part of how thing works right. It's part of the the interest in it or part of the reason that we're engaging with it in the first place and that can sometimes be really helpful for people i. I really liked that. Linda williams win for examples. And this is the thing i was tweeting about..

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"linda williams" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"linda williams" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"So i this sites to paragraph eighty two of the dominion complaint. Let's read the actual paragraph that. They actually pled. Which says the united states district court for the district of arizona. Found that the evidence. Put forward by powell and was impressive. Only for its volume and was quote largely based on anonymous witnesses hearsay and irrelevant analysis of unrelated elections and includes sarcasm quotes expert reports that reach implausible conclusions often because they are derived from wholly unreliable sources quoting the court. That statement is true. Yeah that's statement one hundred percent because it is describing what the district court for the district of arizona found then the sentence state quote reading context the holy unreliable sources in quotation marks. Thus referring to what was it that the arizona court was was commenting on the holy unreliable sources. Put forward by. Powell would in that case whose declarations were posted on palace fundraising website included. Turps core mirrors lindemann. Russell ramsland william briggs and and josh merit aka spider. So what happened. In dominion's complaint was they described a court holding and then said and by the way the affidavits that that court found to be wholly unreliable were the same people that are now being put forward in other litigation matters and are the subject of the various sanctions complaints. That are going for right. It's the same group of people. it's turps accords. rams. Linda william briggs. It's the spider guy there nonsense and this is part of why you should infer malicious defamation against us because they're just right because by any standard willful disregard for the truth or falsity of an act of accusation. Like when you go into court and the court says boy. You're affidavits are as bad as i've ever seen and i've been a judge for thirty years and you say okay well i'm going to go into another court publishes like at some point. You ought to say well. Maybe i should learn something from that. Let's pretend i wanted to try to give turkey the best case scenario here. Let's say everything turkey said was true and this was still in a filing like. Would this even still be defamation. Even if all like her testimony were true because all the that was in the quote was. This was mostly unreliable. Geneva name her you know like how could this possibly be defamation. To be clear. I did read paragraph twenty. Four concludes the defendants liable in defamed plaintiff in a defamation suit against sydney powell. And let me rephrase your question ever so slightly and that question would be. Is it possible to defame somebody in a lawsuit right. Yeah and the answer to that is no really equivocally. No it is not possible to defame somebody in a lawsuit and that has been well settled for two centuries. I thought that too. But i it. Almost the first thing. I thought of was well i can just file a bunch of lawsuits saying like andrew pedophile or something. But that's fine. I can just that. You've hit on the exact right way. To parse that from a legal perspective so this is the restatement of torts section five eighty seven from eighteen forty one that says a party to a private litigation is absolutely privileged to publish false and defamatory matters of another in communications preliminary to a proposed judicial proceeding or in the institution or during the course and as part of a judicial proceeding in which he participates if the matter had some relation there too so the way that's interpreted today is so so long as it's a valid judicial proceeding and it is relevant and pertinent to the issues raised in that proceeding. You may not sue somebody for defamation in connection with what they've said now counterexample super easy right like you sue me for breach-of-contract and include ninety seven pages about how i'm a pedophile yum. Since some not a pedophile. I would then move. We've talked about this procedure. Before i would move to strike those allegations from the complaint as being scurrilous and irrelevant to the complaint very very rare procedure but this is the perfect example of which you do it right in which a complaint is larded up with allegations that yeah because it doesn't prove either way like even if i was a pedophile that would prove that i- breached the contract right like and so and then. I could absolutely sue you for defamation. But if you say andrew torres took the contract tore it up through it on the ground urinated on it you know spit on it and said you know and then attributed some statement to me. That is defamatory. And i win right. So i've i've now proven at law that i did not say the thing that you said that i set right a. I can't sue you for defamation over that and if you stop to think about it for a tenth of a second it becomes immediately obvious. Why because then. Every party that loses in litigation would get sued by the winner for all the claims that they made in litigation. They would say yeah. I am suing you for defamation. I'm suing you for you. Know you perjured yourself right like. That's not the way. Our law system operates right. Our law system does not say you know we go back and then revisit complaints and allow the you know that would that would essentially transform us into the english system right. It would be an effective. Whoever loses pays because they would be subject to per se liability for having defamed the other side because by definition right if if a court says as a matter of law andrew torres never said x. Right well now super easy for me to see you for defamation. For claiming i said x. Not only is this rule. Explicit in the restatement of torts from eighteen. Forty one was settled with specificity in tennessee in nineteen sixty two tennessee. By the way being the venue for this lawsuit. You know being the the jurisdiction in which Russell a newman practices. He is bar number three three four six two that the case called jones versus trice. Tricare tennessee supreme court discussed the absolute privilege applicable to judicial proceedings. And so that was a case in which jones had attended a trial in which trice was a defendant trice was the executor and a state after jury verdict against trice. She moved for new trial. On the grounds that jones had improperly influenced the jury and then jones sued trice for liable based on the allegations based on her motion for new trial. And the court said get outta here with that like you can't so did did you follow the the procedural history you had trice is the executor of an estate jones goes and sits in the gallery. trice loses and then trace moves for a new trial and said look this guy. Jones came and sat in the gallery and improperly influencing these proceedings and then jones said. Oh no i did not..

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"linda williams" Discussed on Insider Interviews

Insider Interviews

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"linda williams" Discussed on Insider Interviews

"They're they're building over there so it's safe to say that you are bullish on narrative audio rea-. Okay so i think you also influence the decision on some some content. Would that be true. Yeah we have a head of development but certainly a member of the team is thinking about what we should be building next okay and so when you and the team are deciding on that content. Do you do it with an eye to the long tail. Hell well we'll get monetize and will it play in peoria and across other platforms. Well certainly yes. Consideration we wanna tell amazing original stories that their audiences for that can be really nation. Specific content in different verticals we. We actually are building content. That's you know all different genres sci-fi through even female radico like our show with demi moore called dirty diana so we think broadly about the different interest areas consumers have and then when it comes to things like rodas in tv and film. That's definitely a consideration though. We are primarily focused to ensure that the podcast that we make is gonna work on its own and we turned down projects. That won't work as a podcast. So we do you think about the holistic view of the stories in the content. That's being told. Oh got it. So the pitch to q code to develop a product is It's not just you developing and finding the product. But it's also those coming to you and you're looking at it through those lens. I of will play as podcast. Yeah yeah one hundred percent and point out like the projects that key code developed some of them come in as original podcast ideas others actually came from different forms of media to begin with so the left right game for example was a viral. Reddit thread that we developed as a podcast and is now in development with amazon and we have other projects as well like dirty. Diana came as a book so sometimes the idea for podcast actually originates in another media. Type end becomes a podcast and then can go be that other rita type as well great. I knew you'd buffer a good base for us. I i wanna do something. That's common in marketing podcasts. I want to give props through cross promotion to atlanta. It's a great be to be podcast about the industry unless you think insider interviews is even better But you were just on that episode last month and it was packed with great information. I encourage the audience to find that. Episode with steve wilson on atlanta. And in it the hosts quoted malcolm glad well who said we think with our eyes and feel with our ears is that also how q code approaches projects i think. So course malcolm god. Wells is a brilliant person to to quote and put things so we definitely take a lot of pride in how we put our projects together. So q code You know really one of our. Our pillars is rich sound design. We best heavily in that area. We have a head of music who is incredible classically trained pianist. He got him darren. Johnson he was touring with paula. Abdul in discovered by miles davis has done all kinds of work in tv and film. And he's the one who scores Our podcast and we also partner with dolby atmos and dolby atmos as release imported across the industry yet on the distribution side but we've p- reproduce contents to really have that immersive sound because we believe that sort of elevates in takes the stories to the next level and we're seeing an increase in outside to just in the way that tv in film progressed from. You know television sets in. Ctr's through in four k hdr. We're seeing that same increase in audio quality and we make that a core part of the project. Sweet may excellent. I love that. Thank you for being our first mini episode. You are second mini. Episode is glenn teague will williams and she is someone who has a long tenure in audio coming from npr and sink jamaica. Your podcast network has maybe four years old and you you been winning awards and press. You just hit a hundred million downloads. One million okay from my mouth to god's ears named until the teen. You've been peabody nominated. You just want one of the first ever ambanis. Which is a new award in the podcast industry with macmillan for driving the green book and might i say did i mention overachievers on this panel. She has two master's and two children. So i don't know kim friends as another master by the way. Yes so you. And i know each other a bit but i want you to share with the audience your definition of multi genre content. And if that's what you set out to build from the get go with. Linda williams it absolutely was one of the foundational tasks that except for myself. When i was employee one was to only pursue ideas that could be rated in five different genres. So yes i have always been very clear. An people all the time not an audience game. This is an ip game and my mental won't get to have real conversations about their intent coming into podcasts. I really have to emphasize to them. How it is university of your ideas The size of your audience at downloads. And so for me. It is imperative that we are always thinking in a multi genre landscape for original shows and for our client shows a lot of our decks to clients. Were.

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"linda williams" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"linda williams" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"We've produced publication And i have to ensure that you get a copy is the task force report on reimagining public safety and we're looking at as a roadmap. How do we fit into the community where we are today. Law enforcement has over reliance but again against down to that law enforcement. Can't solve all societies problem. It has to be buying it. Everyone is so that is one of the strongest mantras stand on today that we have to look at things differently. We have to call it out the what it is and recognize. That change has to come but it only comes after. We have those uncomfortable. Conversation ended up to acknowledge where we are today. We have to change things if we don't want the same results. Absolutely absolutely so let. Let's start off with your entering this career. You talked with noble So you entered as you mentioned at a time when george. Floyd started coming on the the presidential election. And all this crazy stuff that was going on in twenty twenty. I mean i don't know where that came from but it was just a year disaster along. Yeah Yeah i wanted to get into that too so talk about how you came into that in what you're seeing as you were dealing with meant to the killings that we had all seen come with george floyd and then going with the riots and everything like that. Tell us what your thought process was so yeah. Everyone brings a different skill. Set most of my predecessors s the present national president of the national organization of black law enforcement executives noble are usually acting chief There are representations such as myself that represents the federal government and so even those things were planned out with. George floyd the social unrest and unjust in note the killers and stuff and of course. My predecessor was a Sitting police chief and so she was able to talk about the racial all. Emmy of the things that were going on when my first week hampton when i was sworn in as president on the same day. They're turning general bar A made the statement that he didn't think system. Racism was real and all of one week in office. I was invited to the department of justice along with other police agencies like the international No chief of police a major city to so all of those groups in so you know there was no set agenda in syria. Even as he came in everybody took off the mass except me and he just you know just trying to get his yet. Yeah and so. I would likely wait at my chance. My opportunity and i took my mask off. And i said well i'm not new in in you know as a person but i'm new s the national president of noble as i swear on this very day that i was sworn in. You made the statement this asymmetry. Racism does not exist. And i challenge you just because one has not Experienced such cannot. You can't negate its existence. We have to acknowledge this and so that became a very good conversation. Wasn't apple serial about grace of god. You know all the reports enrollment. I ended up on cnn off that morning. I may just days later. And still i say all of this even as these times are still just you know happening. Is you know like never be poor. But the conversation is is systemic racism. We have to call it out. What it is. You can't be afraid of it. You came the gate it. I don't need anybody to note justify verify. give me credence. That is okay. That i s linda williams a black female of black law enforcement executives. You know that..

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"linda williams" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"linda williams" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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"linda williams" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"linda williams" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Iconic Spanish tavern serving the finest Portuguese and Spanish food in all of the iron Man. You got to check out the Ironbound. You got to check out the Spanish Tavern in New York, New Jersey that Spanish taverns been there since 1932. We wish you all the good luck. Thank you, Albert, The Joe on the radio. I'm proud to bring to the airwaves. And this is fascinating for me is Linda Williams, She's national president of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement executives. Linda. Thank you for being here first and foremost. Did you want to wear the headphones? Oh, I don't know. You know what? I'll tell you. What Secret Service. You were a secret service. 30 years, 30 years. But you, you you, you know, and I again I say this most respectfully. You don't look like you put 30. Years of law enforcement lies The secret, sir. Yeah, God bless you. And you were just out on the boardwalk. I was. Let me get the mic. There. There. There we go. No, I'm good. So before we get into what you're doing, and God bless you for you doing by the way. Thank you. Tell us about you guarded. Ronald Reagan. One of my heroes. You guarded Reagan. You You were there was there. How cool was that? The South Florida coat. Oh, my gosh. And all the way to Donald Trump. So I served and you talked into your wrist and stuff. All that good stuff like that. But you get so we see. So So what was what was the Gipper's? What was the Secret Service name? I forget it. Oh, my God. Now you're trying to show my age now. Are you sure my age I really can't. I can't remember then and they have a name for everybody. Yes, Everybody has a cold, some when the president's about to come out to say the code name, and then he comes out like absolutely the military in the in the Secret Service. What are you trying? What are you buying? Especially around the portico? And I was I had been there one of them dollar Ronald Reagan's events, but not they don't invite me. I'm I'm the bad guy that punk from Jersey Only because the Italians were they everybody to be down. That was the one time but I went down and again. I got to see him. So people strangers from all over they get to the security. The white House that you What are you trying as secret Service that unusual behavior? You know if everybody else is waving and someone's looking different or looking down or is 400 degrees, and they got a code on death, County gives it away. Yeah, yeah, like that. And physically it was trying. Did you ever go? Did you ever go with the limousine like Clint Eastwood, You know, absolutely drove it. Yes. Drove the what was now They call the beast. I was on the vice president's detail. All Yeah. Lord, Thank you for your service. Thank you. So And now you and I so appreciate that you went from there, and you just didn't say okay, that said I've given my service. I'm moving on. But now you this organization, the nationalization of black law enforcement executives tell us about that. Now you started that Sure. Noble was founded over 45 years ago. And we're celebrating an anniversary this July, but it listen to speak out against the injustices and our criminal justice system. We serve as the conscience of law enforcement by being committed to justice by action. And that's just calling out their inadequacies and and our collaborative voices to make a change. Yeah, this is great because you will get into the community which is perfect for you being down here and absolutely Where are you from? If I mean I'm originally from Tennessee. Beautiful But you're here. Just beautiful accent that great state. By the way, you forget giving it a beautiful Where were you from? Tennessee. Memphis, Man. Yeah, beautiful. So walk me through this if I may, and this is so cliche, so please forgive me, but I've been working in the at risk community for about 25 years. And we go into stressed areas and I'll predict Newark. You hear me talking about north where my parents are from Camden, New Jersey, I remember just just, you know, half hour from here. Would go to the number one most dangerous city in America was in New Jersey. It was, by the way I see it was because we did really good work, and we cleaned it up and I would walk those streets and I would walk the streets and work with the nonprofits in Camden, and you would see these great folks and you go into a little storefront. Linda, You know you've been there. Absolutely. And they teach. They teach community they teach. They were teaching jazz in conjunction with the Woodrow Wilson School district. They would teach African folk art They teach about heritage and I look around and I would see And it was. People were getting popped around. The corner popped around the corner. We made it. I gotta tell you. I'm proud to tell you in Jersey and I make the sign of the cross. My people will make the sign of the cross. Thank God we're staying. It's okay. Week because you know what? Little by little brick by brick step by step we went in. I'm just a foot soldier. But you get you know I got and I just wanted to help out and I felt there. But for the grace of God, I see some of these kids. This is a story tools in New York. I mean, 15 years old. Absolutely. And you know, Joe, you say a real important things because regardless where we are in the country's, there's more that unites us than divides us. And it's our collaborative voices and even in this up, take out the pandemic. We have greater problems, but we realized that we have to come together with the social services. Law enforcement is just a catalyst to bring it all together. But we have to reach across so that we all can serve one another and make our communities better and safe. And we could do that. Absolutely. And I love it. I love when there is a police officers that comes in in full uniform into the classroom. Absolutely not the enemy. Not at all. You know, we have to take that that mentality from a warrior mentality back to a guardian because you know, I many, many, many months ago when Officer friendly came to my classroom, So you're even Oh, God, yes. And so you know, it was something noble. And so we got to put that back into our profession and that we've got to realize that with our stakeholders in our communities, then we can make our communities safer and better for everyone was that the 30 point for you, officer friendly in school, said I want to do law enforcement. No, it was actually I was sitting in Class and middle Tennessee State University where I am now a professor, uh, FBI agent came in my classroom and I said, that's what I'm gonna be. What? Fast for it, 30 years later, I am now happily retired as the deputy system. Director of the Secret Service. Yeah, God bless you. And you're going to school stuff. Yeah, I teach Now. I'm Professor. They created a professorship in my armada. Professor of practice based on all my years of experience. God bless you. What a great story. Thank you for your service. Thanks for Stephanie. Thanks for stepping into the communities and Italian sometimes, uh, you know, on the national basis we missed the point. It go. It all comes down to locality. It's all local. And that's exactly what you're doing. Step by step is always something to do. Linda Williams is the national president of Noble is the national Organization of Black Law Enforcement executives. God bless you. Thank you for having me God's people. It's our honor to have you here. Thanks, Linda. All right. Hey, Deputy here with traffic.

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"linda williams" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"linda williams" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"How's the boss as the book Wow Out, Come back the whips we I know we have so much going on, but I love Linda Williams is coming up and she I hear this fascinating things about law enforcement. He was in the Secret Service. You don't want to miss Linda coming up momentarily. Alright, but but to oust point we do a business if I may, and I'm telling you about law enforcement against drugs here we are at the sixth annual 21st Century Drug and Violence Prevention training conference put on by law enforcement against drugs. You have folks who are in my opinion, the Warriors just keeping us safe and they got your back. They got my back, and they are in the toughest areas that you could possibly imagine. And now we're here in Atlantic City at the hard rock and we are joining law enforcement with community leaders with educators was stopping bullying. We're stopping violence was stopping. There's drugs in the community. You know what you see it in your community. Law enforcement against drugs is stepping up and they're the conference behind me in the edit Serena here, we're gonna be there. There's so many people coming from all over 40 countries. 40 countries are coming in. And then even the head of the state Police in New Jersey is coming in here, Colonel Pat Callahan. My friend will be here tomorrow. This is huge. So please check out lead drugs that are because we need your help. You know again when I was here about a year ago, it was like they were in 20 countries in 40 countries now. This is spectacular, and I'm proud to be here at the league conference and we invite you to check out what's going on with law enforcement against drugs.

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"linda williams" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"linda williams" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Jeep? She goes that No, we did is what's find a place. She goes, There's a line that is that there's a line for everything like a line to get into me. So I'm going like Whoa. Well, listen here. Stick with me. I got this out. I got to. You know where I'm going other than Yeah, I know. So I checked with Sebelius by the way he's with Excuse me. The big news. The big news should be with you ready for this? His girlfriend, his girlfriend. She's very nice. He's 74 years old. She's very nice girl. Very nice. Water is looking for the nasty table confined bad, So I'm walking. So now that it's me, it's Stacy is there Debbie and her sister, and we're finding a place to be at the heart, right? And then we wanted to go. Maybe we're going to go to the Asian place. We so this is nice. Here we go. Well, let's go because I said maybe I'll have a red meat steak. Give me that. Look afraid of me, You know, so we go down to the oak Steakhouse. That was Carter. Okay? Yeah, that was I Do You remember that? Oh, my God. Well, we walk in And everybody we sit down. They could not have been nicer. I'm telling you, and it was jam crowd and they let us in, right? And then And then I got it for a second because I had to talk to Ali. Um and check out check on the kids at home and say Excuse me a second. Let me just check with the kids. Good. I walked back in Inundated with people who are, uh how do I say that There was just a like minded but people who are concerned about the country. How about that is that I always say people are concerned about the country. And I'll tell you this because our intimate our 67 in the morning. And when I meet you, and you come up to me and and you shake my hand and yes, I'll shake their because I have to hand sanitizer. So I shake your hand. And then and then for you to say, Joe, Thanks for what you're doing. Keep the fight. We We appreciate your the only voice out there like that. You know that that humbles me more. And I can tell you from one person to the other person to another personality killed. Come say hi to my wife. I was like work. Quotable Working the table. I was like the Nazi era. I was in there working the room, but really more just saying hi. To a full family was there and then one gentleman said, Joe. Thank you. Thank you for sticking up for America like that, like like that, and I'm going. I'm just telling you what my father told me. I'm just speaking what my father told me And then one gentleman said Yeah, I was. I was in the military and really appreciate you taking up for the military. And I said, Where were you that he was in my generation Nam and I never had the privilege to serve And that was tough. In Vietnam. You go every time you meet somebody as a warrior from Vietnam. Say Thank you say thank you. And I said I looked at that man right in the eyes and thank you for your service. That was so tough. You okay? Because Yeah, I'm doing all right. And he goes. I appreciate your support. And then he said a drink over the table. And Debbie said, Okay, Marlowe, I love I I said me without what am I gonna drink? All the sprite? Yes, Right. Please. Do you have any Gatorade Got that club soda with lemon and line fan. You guys bite free drinks, and I'm getting a spray I should have had like I had. I should have something. But I had a martini. No, I put Gatorade with me. How about doctors really? Should ahead of the eight. Yeah. How does that go over the state? Yeah, Gatorade doesn't really go. But I said, let me just stay fired up. So so we got a great fun show for you today a lot to get in the quarter after six o'clock live from Atlantic City, and it's all about law enforcement against drugs. However, we're getting into So many things today. John Lindsay is going to join us in just a little while. He's the chief operating officer of lead who oversees new program development. Right? Joe diGenova is he is just one of the brightest legal minds. That we know. And he sent me an article about Cy Vance, uh, in in New York, overseeing a lot of the dangerous power of Cy Vance. Let me just put it that way. And I have the article in front of me and Joe is going to break it all down, and he's going to explain to us the district. It's dangerous now, because law enforcement they're doing political witch hunts. They are not not. They're just not helping to keep law enforcement or keep you and I safe. They're just doing in my opinion, just a bogus witch hunts, and Joe will break that down for us. Linda Williams, national president of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement executives. And we're very pleased to have Linda with us will break all that down What's happening in the in the black community within law enforcement Congressman Steve Scalise. How about that? How cool is that represented Louisiana, Louisiana, as they say, right? He. He represents Louisiana's first district. These the House minority whip. And he is a just a great, great, great, peaceful patriot, and he will join us. Nick, Tomorrow's our buddies executive director, Chief executive officer of lead law Enforcement against Drugs, Nickel joints. Alan Dershowitz. Excuse me, Harvard law professor and we're going to talk about everything. The legalities that are going on good, bad and indifferent again. With Professor Dershowitz and Joe Grano is my friend. I saw Joe as I went out and everybody's getting on like a jitney to go to Al I talked to you earlier is that we're getting on a bus he goes, was like the jitney. I go. It was It was like a jitney to 75. They were and I went out the jitney and I said, Look, I can't go with you guys. I know you guys gonna stay out late and they did get back late. God bless him. But I I said, Let me just bail out and just grab something gets asleep. So Joe Grano on the bus sat with Joe for the longest time in the greatest conversation. He's the guy in my opinion with Rudolph Giuliani with with Dick Grasso. Ken Langone and some really great Italian Americans. If I could throw that plug in there and save the wall studio after 9 11 it Joe was the guy said, Look, we got we can't They wanted to open up Wall Street. I keep telling you the story. They wanted to open up soon as 9 11 average. Everybody said, No, You got to open up Wall Street because if you open up Wall Street's going to crash and burn, it's just going to literally it's going to. It's going to just fizzle out. The next day, so they wait until after the weekend. That was Joe Granna, who came up with that and plus talk about, uh, hero. What he went through in Vietnam is just something that you're going to hear about. And we're gonna talk about Wall Street as well as well with my friend Joe Grano Joe on the radio. It is. It is 18 minutes after six o'clock. We're waiting. We got French toast. I got everything that we do have a staff at the stand. But look at this job. I'm sure use is Mary around anywhere or I think there was a merry sighting on the beach someplace. Yeah, the gallon. Put it together. You know Volpi was here. He'd be right here. Right up in the morning with us right now. We're right. But thank you, Joe for running everything out. You ought to see you here to see you. Great to have you here, man. And you know what I said? You want to go out to dinner last night? I was good. I had a I had a nice lemon drop martini at the, uh, What's the what's the kids can be placed there? That they have sugar sugar, so I had they serve booze there now. Yeah, they should move it. They served this drink. I saw this guy putting his drink together for these two people next to me at the bar. They put dry ice in regularized. And then he puts the concoction and with all this candy in there, and the thing starts smoking, like you wouldn't believe I was in awe..

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"linda williams" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"linda williams" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"More and take action today. J. i wholesale Joining us on the show today. gonzaga grad Worked for the skins has been an nfl agent and has been one of my go. To's over the years for trade and salary cap and all that fun stuff and he's always been a huge help I had a conversation. This morning with ben standing ben and i've had a lot of conversations. He comes on the podcast all the time. Anyway he said something. And i didn't have time to go into it in great length but he essentially said when the topic of signing jon allen to a contract extension which by the way. I've heard that they are interested in doing In that john is interested in staying. He is entering his option year. And then he's right. Now and unrestricted free agent at the end of next year and ben made the point. He said it's going to be very hard for washington to keep this. You know young star laden in. It's becoming that j i with chase young and montas sweat and doron pain and jon allen. It's going to be very hard to keep this front for together on this roster. It's going to be very expensive and it's going to be hard for them to do. Do you agree with that or not. I do agree. It's going to be challenging. It's going require some creative thought around contracts structuring a cap management and. I know the guy plays on the other side of the ball. But you've also got to figure out to pay terry mcauliffe at some point pretty soon here too so again you know. You don't have a franchise quarterback contract on the roster right now so that does give you some flexibility you. You've done fairly well drafting but you're going to continue to have the draft. Well you're going to have to have college free agents make the roster if you aspire to be able to keep that defensive line together it's going to be a challenge. Obviously you know we've had a delay we've had something happened because of the pandemic that we have not had in a long time In that is the salary cap not going up significantly right And i think they put a ceiling on it for the twenty twenty two season. That can't get go up above. I think it's two hundred ten million or something like that. Maybe you know specifically what is low eight to eight okay from where it is now at one eighty five correct. Okay spot after that. It's going to start going up significantly again with the new. Tv deals kicking in place. It sandra i mean a lot of what you know. we're talking about we'll be contingent on how much the salary cap goes up and how much room each team has. And what we saw over the years is that you know they pushed some of these contracts some of the expensive part of these contracts into the future when they knew the cap would sort of catch up to it right correct. And that's kind of what. I was alluding to a couple seconds. Go when i mentioned it's gonna require creative contract structure in creative cap management. Because to your point you do have to project that the cap is going to increase next season increased significantly in off seasons thereafter. And so you can delay some of that cap accounting of the deals like for example when landon collins. First time. His unrestricted free agent deal here. A couple of years ago is year one cap number on. What was the deal. That was i think like fourteen million per year was like three million dollars and that was just due to contract structured. You do the same thing with. Somebody's defensive lineman with terry maclaurin. Then you've got a chance at being able to retain all of them but again it's going to require that that delaying of the cap accounting into future years and it's gonna also require drafting well and getting cheap labor effectively any chance brandon share hat that there's any incentive for him to sign a long term deal by july fifteen twenties playing this year for eighteen million bucks. So it's not by coincidence. That i didn't mention him when i was talking about these long term deal. I don't i. Don't think that benefits brandon sheriff to Do a multi year deal with washington. Unless it's a offer that he simply cannot refuse that makes him head and shoulders above the top of the guard market You know he. I that brandon would be truly wanted to be here long. Zarni probably would've done deal by now And he's he's gotten paid you know a a king's ransom over last season on tag and this coming season on attack and next off season will go into free agency. He can decide if he wants the move on And somewhere else depend upon how the washington's season kinda plays out. Does he wanna go somewhere else where he has a little bit better chance to win. Maybe you'll get a championship. I think playing just under the tag and not doing a multi year by july fifteenth gives brandon. Scherf everything that any player wants a lot of money for one year's worth of work and flexibility going into next offseason to choose his own. What do you think logan. Thomas is worth because he really performed last year. They don't have a lot of depth that that position or you know perceived depth that position And he is in the final year of deal they cut last year. That was relatively cheap What do you think that they'd have to pay him to. It's to keep them around for the next few years. He doesn't get the ten million per year when you look at the top of the tight end market. You've got guys who got paid handsomely in free agency. Somebody's got most recently in free agency. You know the jonnu. Smith hunter henry is our world got twelve and a half than the elite guys. Kelsey kit or at fourteen fifteen. He doesn't get to ten million plus but do think that there's a sweet spot for logan as a thirty year old tight and probably if tyler he'd be got seven point two five he's logan probably in that neighborhood if he ended up kinda in that seven eight and a half number i think that's probably his sweet spot for a contract extension giving it's worth washington trying to do something now with the cap space that they have and getting something done now. Yeah i think you wanna reward logan You know he's the guy who he brought in last off season for cheap played really well my census. He's he's he's a good locker room guy and it's not gonna cost you a ton of money of the drafted tied in the fourth round this year But you know what you're going to get out of logan thomas and again it's not gonna cost you a ton of money and back to jon allen I think that they are talking to him or are about to talk to him about an extension. Where does he fit in on the d. tackle range. I mean right now erin. Donald's the highest average per year. Right for the defensive tackles correct. So where where would john. We're see twenty plus million. That's tough you know. The elite guys are twenty plus. I'm we're doing okay. Aaron donald's twenty two and a half. I i'm sorry. That's what i was doing. So we're joined the twenty one. So i don't know that he's a twenty million per year guy. I think he's productive and he's everything you want as a player in the locker room. But there's this gap between so chris. Jones forced buckner linda williams. Aaron don all those guys are twenty and a buck right but then the next guy after blow chris..

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