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"lippman" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Lippman, 10 10 wins on the Upper West Side. Back in 2005 Regis did an interview with Esquire magazine, where he said he wanted his ashes scattered at Notre Dame. Regis family announcing his death. They say he died of natural causes just one month shy of what would have been his 89th birthday wins NEWS time. 11 45. Now from the W. Fe in Sports Desk years, Marc Renee O'Brien will say the Yankees and Mets can close out the opening weekend of the season on winning notes. Both have Siri's rubber games on tap the Yanks star Jonathan Luisita on the mound for their finale in Washington. That's a 105 1st pitch on the fan rookies Brooks, Chris Key and Nick Nell Center in the bullpen mixed today, both called up last night from the bomber's alternate site in Scranton, Clint Frazier and right hander Ben Heller. Both were sent down. Aaron Boone had to use five relievers in last night's 92 lost. After James Paxton was chased with none out in the second inning after the game. The manager also talked about Aaron Hicks and Giancarlo Stanton taking a knee during the national anthem. I'm totally supportive of their decision to do that. I know it was heavy on their heart, and I support You know they're they're right to do that and and That it was, you know, very well thought out and in something important. It's a practice. Both guys say they intend to continue as well. Meantime, Metz and brave Sunday night game at Citi Field Jersey native Rick Porcello to make because maybe you on the mound. We probably won't see Edwin Diaz for 1/3 straight game, especially after his Saturday blown save and word this morning from NFL network and elsewhere. Now the giant set to cut kicker Al Drake Rosas on the heels of his Arrest last month for a hit and run out in California Market a 10 10 wind sports Are you having a difficult time finding domestically made masks? Are you a health care system that is tired of being reliant.
New Jersey - Hoboken Mayor Confirms Highest 2-Day Total Of New COVID-19 Cases Since Mid-May
"Across the nation has been steadily climbing for the past week. More than 50,000 new cases were reported yesterday. Many trying to figure out how to safely celebrate the holiday weekend, and there's a new cluster of cases in Hoboken Mayor Robby Bhalla says 13 new covert 19 cases Thursday and Friday are the highest two day total since mid May. All traveled out of state where they attend to gatherings, Thankfully, They heated our call that we previously put out alerting residents. To this early tread. And to get tested. If you traveled to a hot spot, ST Most were asymptomatic. And he says That's why the governor asking travelers from 16 states. A quarantine is so important as well as testing, Hoboken's chief health specialist, Lynette Maduro says it's not just a problem in Hoboken. Actually, we're seeing spikes in cases across the state better travel related. I've been in contact with other health departments and other health officers and public health professionals and Especially over the last week. We can have Samantha Lippman 10. 10 wins in
Louisiana Abortion Law Struck Down by Supreme Court
"US Supreme Court has delivered a major defeat to abortion opponents by a 5 to 4 vote, the court struck down in Louisiana law that was virtually identical to a Texas law invalidated by the court four years ago. As NPR's Nina Totenberg reports. The fifth and decisive vote was cast by Chief Justice John Roberts. Four years ago. The chief justice was among the dissenters when the court struck down a Texas law that required doctors performing clinic abortions to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. But today he voted with the courts for liberal justices in striking down a nearly identical law in Louisiana. He wrote for himself alone, however, and said he was joining the Liberals on the outcome because of the doctrine of starry decisis. Which is the legal term for standing by the court's precedents. It instructs us to treat like cases alike, he said, and the Louisiana law burdens women seeking pre viability abortions to the same extent as the Texas law did four years ago. The value of following precedent, he added, is that it promotes the evenhanded, predictable and consistent development of legal principles. Foster's reliance on judicial principles and contributes to the actual and perceived integrity of the judicial process. While president is not an inexorable demand, he said, Simple disagreement with a previous decision is not enough to justify reversing course in this case. Not only is the Louisiana law issue virtually identical to the one struck down four years ago. But the District Court judge who held an extensive trial in the case found that if the law were to go into effect at minimum, two of the three abortion clinics in the state would be forced to close women would have to wait longer and drive further for abortions, and only one doctor would likely be left to fill the demand for 10,000 women seeking abortions in the state each year. Abortion providers and defenders were to say the least relieved. Here's Kathleen Pittman, administrator of the Hope medical group that runs a clinic in Shreveport, Louisiana. To say we're related hardly begins to come close to what? Where you're failing. I'm celebrating today, but I'm still worried about our future. And Nancy, north of president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights, echoed that sentiment. Well, we are taking the Supreme Court cases one victory at a time. We are under no illusions that the fight is over with this case, you know, it's welcome all over and over again. And Leah Lippman, a professor at the University of Michigan Law School, cautioned That Robert's decision sets out a standard different from the one adopted by the court. In the past, the chief justice's reasoning was actually quite permissive in what it would allow states to do to restrict abortion. That said, however, the decision does appear to rule out state laws that, for instance, Ban abortions at 68 12 weeks or any other time prior to fetal viability. Even James Bop, general counsel for Americans United for Life, sees those bands as dead in the water. I've been saying for 10 years that those approaches are doomed to failure. The bop was disappointed in the Roberts opinion. He saw some hope he gives half alone. He sees the Roberts opinion as enabling states to mandate ultrasounds for those seeking an abortion. As well as allowing states to ban abortions for certain reasons, for instance, because of fetal disability or sex. And he sees the decision as sending a message to anti abortion voters tells the pro life movement that President Trump fulfills its promises with his appointment of Gorsuch and Kevin all and that we need Trump reelected in order to make future appointments, political groups on the right and left we're making that very point today. Were one of the liberal justices to retire and two of them are over 80. Another Trump appointment to the high court could make Roberts vote irrelevant. Given that mathematical reality, today's decision is likely to play a significant role in the upcoming election. Polling data has consistently shown a hefty majority of the public approve the right to abortion. But while Americans held similar views in 2016 exit polling at that time showed Trump was able to turn out Maura of his vote based on his stated goal of naming conservative and anti abortion justices to the court. Nina
Trump says U.S. will break off ties with World Health Organization
"Twelve president trump is no fan lately of the World Health Organization blaming them for the international response the pandemic and now the president is cutting ties with the group I spoke via Skype with politico White House reporter Daniel Lippman president trump has threatened to cut off funding before any at all to do use but this is a formal step of withdrawing the US from the WHL after they didn't really have good warning systems about how bad this pandemic would be president trump believes that China has been to influential at the W. H. O. and that the W. H. O. is in China's pocket because of that is the president also taking a side swipe at China at the same time it definitely is this was expected to touch more on Hong Kong and he didn't talk about Hong Kong too much he did touch on the democracy roll back if you can say the freedom roll back in Hong Kong by the Chinese Communist Party but he is kind of using W. H. O. as a vehicle to attack China and blaming them for the virus even though the US has weighed more deaths than other countries and president trump talks about that China travel ban but actually most of the cases in the U. S. came from Europe then you come from China was it also a matter of money in some ways yes but we actually don't give too much to the W. H. O. we are a big donor to the WHO's gonna have problems filling that money hole but this is not gonna act actually save us money in the end we actually don't want to be cutting health spending because we don't have countries around the world have health systems that are failing and so we're shifting that money around to other organizations in the U. S. government to spend on kind of similar uses what could this mean now for the global response to covert nineteen from here on out well there has not been much global coordination of the world's response so this is another blow to that you had it former CDC director Tom Frieden condemning this as something that is not going to actually help matters and many Democrats think that well the WHO's not perfect you don't want to withdraw from them in the middle of pandemic major rivers of membership later on but right now it's kind of all hands on deck in in many health experts views again that's politico White House reporter Daniel Lippman
"lippman" Discussed on WTOP
"Go to politico's Daniel Lippman who covers the White House in Washington live with us on Skype what is the president's goal tonight any sense of that Daniel well he's likely to declare what the White House called a more limited designation to allow the federal government to cover small business loans paychecks for hourly workers and to delay tax bills and I will given wasted away to boost the economy without declaring a an expansive national emergency that he fears would contradict his corona virus message which is basically we shouldn't worry too much I'm at the federal government has this under control and so this would be different than like a tax cut this would be money in your pocket yeah for money for people who are affected by this corona virus and the economic implications and they are still hashing out or whether we'd actually get a whole payroll tax cut or anything like that I think they are also you know waiting to see here how long this lasts at last until the summer and then they might do that later on but they don't want to use up all their I mean yes and right now we can understand the president's concern there are already reports of layoffs this week which is astonishing when you think about where the economy and the stock market were just a few weeks ago both soaring so it's definitely on president trump's mind but let's not forget about the on the ground public health crisis here is their criticism to be had of the administration that is focused on the economy which is important but what about the the testing what about the other medical things that other people are demanding be done yeah they're all working on those different aspects of this response but there is definitely concerned that they are too focused on the economy and on the reelection because trump doesn't want the economy to be in a two week that would make it harder for him to win reelection in November and so that is omnipresent on Republicans mines in DC but at the same time you have real world impact you have hundreds of workers who've already lost their jobs with more to come likely if this drags on an economic activity comes to not a standstill but it is much reduced from those you're in touch with every day as a reporter what is the critical mistake the government made over the past few weeks and months and how can it not be corrected I think there's not just one mistake but it's a S. that recognition that they didn't take this seriously enough and that they weren't you know putting in place the types of restrictions that might have made it easier to stop you don't want to respond to much to remember an outbreak where it makes it harder for economic activity to continue but you also don't want to be too limited in your response where you get criticism that you know this is not your not taking seriously enough and so you have trump's own former advisers like Tom Bossert the former homeland security adviser saying bad unless we really treat this with the seriousness it deserves and your you know the government is gonna bungled the response and you know trump has spent even at the C. pac conference you I'd be acting chief of staff Nick Mulvaney we you know call this kind of a hoax by Democrats and but it turned out that at C. pack there is an attendee who is infecting multiple people Daniel we appreciate the preview will be watching the president will talk to you again soon thank you Daniel Lippman of political live on WTOP remember it's an oval office address a live from the White House tonight at nine o'clock and you'll hear it live on WTOP will keep you updated just hearing from our assistant editor tonight that there are three new cases of corona virus in Maryland so that would add to the nine cases already we'll keep you updated here on the local picture throughout the night throughout the week on WTOP sports at fifteen and forty five powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white thank read eight fifteen to Jonathan Moore well to me to the NC double a is responding to concerns over the spread of coronavirus fans will not be allowed to attend any championship events that includes the NC double a tournament and hockey's frozen four March madness tips off Tuesday with the first four in Dayton Ohio the women get started a week from Friday Maryland will likely host games for two days however no fans will be.
"lippman" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"This is Terry Lippman response to my point so grab somebody number five so I sent him a song by that one of the great things have happened here is that trump has now exposed the existence of this private secret gumball that thinks they run Washington and the government whereas before people thought that only conspiracy theory cooks believe that so here is this former Deputy Assistant Attorney General Harry the Lipman responding Shannon bream says so here rush says that Democrats are helping the president I going after him and they ended up exposing the deep state the process what is your response to that at her head start is strictly whether us on the deep state it's a hundred percent clear there are no due process protections at this point the ultimate call rasse which ship and what he said and given the track record I think it's very justified if they're trying to use this to relitigate steel dot CA Arbor is my family that doesn't mean and do with trump's actual behavior then they will say we want to I've I've read the transcript of what I don't know what he's talking about I literally if he did if he makes a joke about my observation trumps expose a deep state and goes off talking about the dossier and ship from due process rights and so forth so no clue what he's saying at any rate let me get started on the phones we got Louis here an olive branch Mississippi great to have you Lewis I'm glad you called hello Sir thank you rush I've been listening to you since nineteen ninety so I want to get right to the point I wanted to always give you a different perspective on Twitter from a what your your take usually us and okay a couple of and a couple great examples so and you know you have the right as far as it is a self polders assess pool side to Twitter but there's a really I believe a good part and I like in what's happening on the conservative side of Twitter to the pamphleteers the revolutionary war over so crucial during that work with the communication and keeping us you know the rebels kinda together during some pretty dark times and then with a you know a couple great examples is what happened to the what they try to do the cover to Catholic boys we saw over that we can tell that story to get blown up and then another when you actually mentioned to was Polish patriot saw something question one a video that ABC did last month and it turned out that the they were doing a story on the you're supposed to the tax and on the Kurds in Syria but it was actually Kentucky gun range footage why don't you know what Twitter I'm sorry there's a lot of us to get encouragement from each other there's a lot of us that were connected I understand I understand totally believe me everybody wants a microphone everybody wants to be able to read more no no no no no everybody wants to be able to reach more than the family and so Twitter you think that you've got the ability to influence people and so forth and within a specific universe whatever you do I don't I don't I don't deny that let me ask you one quick get that I've got five seconds why is Antonio brown not playing in the National Football League the answer's Twitter if Antonio brown didn't have access to Twitter he would still be playing in the National Football League Twitter has destroyed able more self destruction winter is one of the greatest damaging in Florence it's ever happened a modern day journalism which may be a good thing in the long run but for now it's it's it's it's at the pain in the **** that we have.
"lippman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Responsible for the whistle blower complaint about his phone call with the president of Ukraine Mr trump told the crowd from the United States mission to the United Nations that the whistle blower was quote close to a spy we're going to talk more about it we're going to turn to the KCBS ring central news line and speak with Daniel Lippman he's white house reporter for politico Daniel thank you very much for talking to us this afternoon at certainly not unexpected that president trump would lash out at somebody who appears to be criticizing him. yeah this is the normal course of business it is hindered this has whole life and but now he's in the biggest fight of his life in terms of trying to beat back impeachment he had mock the possibility earlier in this president Cheney but now it seems to be much more likely then this has gotten him kind of going full full bore against this unnamed was a bore okay and predictably I suppose Democrats are pushing back on this particular comment I think one of the reasons that they're doing so up beyond partisan politics if you will I is that a whistle blower program by its very nature is a sort of tenuous in terms of getting people to actually step up and blow that whistle and there are concerns that a president of putting the quash on that could become problematic. yeah I think we might. kill the effect you know that's the effect that can happen if to future whistleblowers think that they can't do this without getting attacked by the president there was supposed to be to protect the country you obviously want you don't want the whistleblower system to be abused by people using it to kind of go using your user for partisan gain or personal gain but first here's doesn't seem like about the case here at all this seems like the reservoir thought that it was important Americans know that the present United States was trying to get the president a foreign country to investigate his potential political arrival next year. I'm wondering what among those on Capitol Hill what are the odds that this was a blower well actually testify. pretty unclear right now because it was worse seems to want to stay anonymous although you can imagine that publishes might salivate at trying to get a get this guy or girl to read a book until one so this person is kind of the new New York times op ed author member who wrote the I I server the truck ministration I mean I think the president is acting immorally maybe it's you know one of the same person. all right to Daniel Levin thanks for making some time for us again a Daniel is the White House reporter for politico.
France, Mr Trump And Daniel Lippman discussed on KNX Weekend News and Traffic
"Update president trump and the First Lady are in France for the annual G. seven summit Mr trump has met with French president Emmanuel macron political reporter Daniel Lippman says there's a lot to talk about most of these T. seven leaders are pro free trade and trump is very skeptical and seems to threaten new countries on treat every other day Lippman says he's watching the president's first meeting with the new British prime minister Boris Johnson trump and bore seem to be kind of two peas in a pod and they seem to get along quite well they're both brash leaders to seem to have
Mr Trump, Daniel Lippman And Emmanuel Macron discussed on Eddy Crow
"Mr trump is met with French president Emmanuel macron political reporter Daniel Lippman says there's a lot to talk about most of these G. seven leaders are pro free trade in trump is very skeptical and seems to threaten new countries on treat every
"lippman" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen
"Award winning author of detective fiction most famously for the test monaghan series these most famously tell now maybe because her terrific brand new novel lady in the lake which doesn't star tests is a new york times bestseller caller. Laura lippman also happens to be a lifelong resident of baltimore city where a drill impose bedtime and died so for a story. We're working on an american american icons our about pos work. I spent a recent afternoon walking around baltimore and talking with laura of course po is best known for his gothic take horror tales and his dark gothic poems but he also wrote what are considered the first detective stories ever in the eighteen forties his august this do pass stories like the murders in the rue more and the purloined letter almost half a century before arthur conan doyle created sherlock po invented laura lumens literary genre. It's interesting to me about it is he comes at it not because he's someone who's worked as a police officer or worked in law not because he's drawing on his own experience but because he does have this interest in in the darkest side of human nature and he follows his own tastes to a logical conclusion. I took the train down to baltimore where i it hadn't been for years and i've got to say in light of the disgraceful slagging. It's gotten recently from a celebrity currently living in our away i found the place entirely early charming and i met up at the official edgar allan poe house one of the places up and down east coast that poe lived. It's a tiny any three story row house preserved in austere eighteen thirties condition and antiquity reminded laura. That poe was writing fiction in a very different era. Maybe a preferable one for mystery writers standing here in the house. I found myself thinking how amazed intrigued he would be by modern technology and how much i envy him that he didn't have to deal with it. One of the things about writing crime fiction now is it feels like it gets narrower and narrower and what do you do with the fact that so many of us can be followed by a g._p._s. We don't even know we have honest most of the time i mean i it happens that i set my last two books in the past and i'm getting ready ready to write a book set in the present for the first time in four years and it's a bit of drag but i think one of the most interesting things if it's happening right now is you have this writer pamela cough who's written a great deal about the fact that they're all these cases based on blood spattered technology technology and maybe it's not scientifically based and we're beginning to question the technology and to say well. They're these things as we think we know that are so definitive but what if they're not and to me that's going to be sort of like the next phase of it where we become skeptics again about all all the science that we think we know baltimore is one of the first places where they talked about what at the time they called to see us. I affect were juries. Began began refusing to convict because they would say you found a sandwich at the scene. Did you test that sandwich for saliva and you'd have these prosecutors. I'm trying to explain well. No because we have a confession we have witnesses and we have this other police work and that stuff is expensive in labs observe backed up and you don't really know what it's like in the real world but you know this is something that all novels dealing with right now is trying to keep up with the science trying. I hate it. I tried to get away from it when whenever possible but i think poet found it quite delightful and would have i'd love to see what he would do with it. <music> conversation.
"lippman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Oh your granddaughter her. How did that make you feel when people comment that way? I'm actually trying to be really sympathetic. It's a perfectly reasonable thing to say it is it's fair game so I tried so so hard to come up with something to say that would be accurate but kind and I would say no. I'm her mother but I am old enough to be her grandmother other and as I noted in the essay which surprises me is how hard people double down on why they were right asked me that question Christian and I think sometimes they get embarrassed and flustered and it makes them almost aggressive to get out of the situation and I don't know maybe I should just say hey thanks except now that my daughter's older it affects her right and kids are so sensitive so we've talked about it a lot and and she's like why do people even talk about this. I don't know but they do so. Let's just be as gracious as we can. What has surprised you most about about being a mother? I'm good at it. Never saw that coming. Is that one of the things that hold you back from becoming a mother's others thinking like I'm not GonNa do very this. Yes I did not think that I had an ideal temperament and of all the things I struggle with as a parent Perritt. Patience is probably there but I'm learning.
"lippman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"She's famous for her testimony again. Detective Series set in Baltimore where Littman lives and now she has a standalone novel also set in Baltimore and it's called lady in the lake <hes> so <hes> matter your main character in lady in the Lakers Jewish tests Mongan. The character in your detective series is not you're Jewish. You're not Jewish. I some Jewish. It's complicated complicated so my grandfather Theodore Whitman was the son of Jewish emigrants <hes> he married into a Protestant family and my father grew up with zero knowledge of Judaism. Oh I I ended up babysitting for the family of an Orthodox rabbi when I was in college and I have now married into a Jewish family and I am raising my daughter as it you at a wonderful synagogue in Baltimore. Although I consider myself an atheist but I think I'm an inescapably Jewish and I've found that people who are patrilineal jus with lapsed parents often feel this way and I feel very much at home within the Jewish faith. Even though I don't practice it or believe it it feels kind of second nature to me and of course every year because of my husband my daughter and my the in laws I observe all of the Jewish holidays more more so than I do any Christian wants tests was actually created as the inverse of me in that she has a Jewish mother and a Catholic father so by you know she he is a Jewish because she has a Jewish mother. Even though she's non-practising and wasn't raised on the Fed that she goes through life with this Irish Catholic surname and search you know she's freckled and she has reddish brown hair and people often say incredibly antisemitic things in front of her assuming agreement I was raised a Presbyterian but my last name is Lippman and throughout my journalism career I received a lot of antisemitic hate mail bill and there is once even this hilarious episode on twitter where when I condemned monuments to the confederacy as a native of the South I woke up the next morning and found out that there had been a twitter investigation to whether or not I was Jewish. Well which I thought was hilarious. After years of being a newspaper reporter and anomalous you started writing personal essays that are really good <hes> and I'm wondering if there was a change in your life that made you think that you're going to open up your own life as subject matter and not write about things in your life through the transformative power of fiction so I think as a former journalist and current novelist I actually had a lot of skepticism about the personal personal essay and I worried that some of the young women I knew were exploiting their own lives in a way that many worried for them like don't tell that story but I found myself suddenly wanting to tell personal stories raise and I think a lot of that was rooted in my father stuff after my dad died in December of two thousand and fourteen I saw there were stories I could tell because he wouldn't be around to be embarrassed by them but even when he was alive I had sort of found myself veering into personal essays by accident those asked you write about my favorite bar in in Baltimore and I became very bittersweet essay about my father and me began with I stole my father's bar. I never meant into and it became this meditation on you know how kids are almost rapacious and respect nothing in their parents lives. They just figure it's is all theirs for the taking I wrote a piece of my mother who's still alive and how the Christmas stocking that she made for for my daughter seems to have turned out to be the last Christmas docking shall ever knit not for any reason of frailty are anyway so I wandered into it and I. I felt like I had this really original SORTA. which is what it's like to be the oldest mom always so you decided to become a mother and and by the time you became a mother you're you were fifty one which is a very unusual age for a lot of reasons including the physical ones? Most women can't become pregnant at that age nor could I so you know I found a different way to add a child to our family which was telling my husband was very keen to do. I want to stop happy there because your husband had a child from a previous marriage <hes> this was your second marriage but you didn't have a child and you said most people assume like Oh so you want one of your own but it was really your husband who is leading the way in wanting another child <hes> so what what was your role in deciding citing. Yes I guess I won't want to I want one two at the age of fifty one. My husband persuaded me that there there was something wonderful about making a family and that yes I had the wonderful wonderful problem of having stepson whom I consider perfect. My Stepson is one of the most perfect lovely people I've ever known in my life. He's twenty five now and I just adore him so I was like you're not gonna get a better one and but I understood that there is like like a bonding that my husband wanted with me that for him involved having a child and I I talked to a good friend a man who you know had said. He told me he said look if the person you love wants a kid. That's a pretty good reason to have a kid I mean I wasn't Anti Hi Kid I. I was just always a person who's been really quick to throw in the towel and is like hey. I'm in my forties. I'm on a second marriage. I don't don't get to have Could do this. We did you feel like not having a kid was settling for last or did you feel like you hadn't wanted to have a child earlier so that you'd have have more freedom to do what you did to become a newspaper writer and to become a novelist and a bestselling novelist at that you were doing two do things at one time you were reporting during the first five novels that you wrote <hes>. I'm not sure there'd be time to be a parent and do all that to there wouldn't have been but I had assumed I would be a mother at some point and I didn't find it to be a huge drive and I don't think it would have been tragic to me not to be a mother but I also think that.
"lippman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"You know I'm thinking one of the stories in your new novel lady in the Lake <hes> involves the main character Maddie who's the newspaper newspaper. She wants to become a newspaper reporter and her ticket in as that she's found a body and one of the story she's working on leads to the the discovery of another body and she wants to be the person investigating this when she was younger when she was seventeen she had had a relationship with an older man who was actually the father of a boy who the main character had been dating in high school and I don't think it ever quite occurs to her. How predatory a relationship like that probably was no? She's very much a percent sonapur times and I know she's bought into the older man's logic that he's bestowed something special on her that he's seen something special in her. He's flattered her. He is described her as a libertine and someone who wasn't made to live inside the normal strictures of the society they're in and that he was going to give her the freedom to express her body fully and because she is she's a queen and he's a kid and their special they stand you know they're not like everybody else <hes> but you Matti Schwartz in the novel. She's playing what she thinks is a winning hand. She's a beautiful woman. In a world where beauty is pretty much the best thing that a woman can bring to the table and she's been granted that and she plays that card and she's very happy with it doesn't occur courtesy to ever second. Guess it or think well is that right is that fair is that how women should be judge is like this is how women are judged. I got it. I'm going to use it and the older reporter who is a woman at the paper were Maddie's trying to work. She Interact very much but of course there is a chapter from the point of view of the older woman who's been a reporter for a long time covering the Labor beat because you get into the heads of everybody in the book Komo's so I just talk a little bit about creating that dynamic between two generations of working women so I came into newsrooms when women may be five to ten years older than I am had done a lot of the heavy lifting there were run sued really like like knocked in the door and they had to be so tough and I always said I was of the generation where we had now reached the point where one could go cry in the bathroom. You still can cry in public that you could cry in the bathroom and I did a lot of crying in the bathroom when I wiz reporter and so I kind of kept backing it up and thinking okay and so the generation before that how much tougher did they have to be. I mean they've always been women reporters US you know but they've and they've always been tough as nails in my opinion in the best possible way and you know I know that as a a young reporter I often seemed silly and flighty to some of the women I worked with perhaps fairly so and Dan you know aspired to have them. Take me seriously because they took themselves seriously and they took the business seriously so I was was really aware of all of that history when you'd be crying in the bathroom. What are some of the things you'd be crying about? The one that stands out most vividly in my mind is when I'm very young reporter in Waco Texas and we get these little slips slips of paper and our mail slots I used this to certain similarity to like and you would have this assignment written on a piece Lisa paper and one day I reached into my box and I was asked to go cover the Christening ceremony if you will for the new public bathrooms in a city park and the thing that just destroyed me was first of all the the editor who gave me this assignment with no sense of fun or irony or any idea that he was making a very bad joke asked me me to get all the poop so that was indignity number one but the worst part was the last three the words were no big deal in case. I thought this is my big break. No big deal you know dampen. Those hopes it's it's really not it's not going to be a page one story and at that moment I just thought is this my life and I can still see myself standing in the bathroom at the Waco tribune-herald crying and looking out at the parking lot. Did you read the story. Oh yes try to get an interesting angle. You know <hes> twenty three. I was not not capable of that later. In my reporting career I would have been like let's go and one of the things that I came to over. Twenty years of journalism is that I realized that the best stories I I always paraphrase <hes> Auden in his poem to in memory of Yates places where executives would never want to tamper and over twenty years as a reporter. I really wanted to be where executives I would never want to tamper didn't WANNA cover presidential. Politics didn't want to be in a big scrum of reporters. I wanted to be the reporter who went out and talked to the high school English teacher who built his own speed bumps in his alley because he couldn't get the county to do it. That was my idea of heaven by the time I was coming to the end of my reporting career. We need to take another short break here so let me reintroduce you if you're just joining us..
"lippman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Her new standalone novel lady in the Lake is also a mystery set in Baltimore. It's about a recently divorced woman setting out on her own in the mid nineteen sixties Lippman said it in in the past because she found it hard to write about the present after trump was elected and everyone she knew became obsessed with cable news and social media and they'd be very excited excited about the breaking story of the day the hour this will change everything things in nothing would happen and I thought this is insane. Littmann's his novel digs into issues that are still with us like racism sexism and Homophobia. The main character gets a job at a Baltimore newspaper Littman and her father father wrote for the Baltimore Sun. My.
Looking back on the Warriors' 115-111 loss to the Phoenix Suns
"First, let's start with the warriors. And we have a lot to unpack here. So it was just yesterday. We were discussing the fall of the empire. Just the the sky is falling. The warriors are done. Everyone's freaking out because the warriors had him very embarrassing loss to the sons they came off a big win against the Denver Nuggets. They play the sons at home, you think this is just such a gimme gimme win against the sun's before they hit a tough road trip. But no, the warriors lose this one. Not only do they lose. Kevin Durant right ankle contusion. He left the game the fourth quarter people were a little nervous about that one. But it seems like he's day today that is the word coming out of the warriors PR staff, and that's it just seems like one of those deals that it'll just be a give and take just see how he feels as a day to day goes by do we think that Katie is going to miss a lot of time. No, that's everything. We are hearing. He is not going to miss law. Time will he miss this upcoming game that is yet to be seen by it was just a really I really hesitate to say cherry on top. But just one more thing you add to a a bubble. Those ready to burst role fans that were just thinking that the warriors are hitting the skids here and then after the game once the warriors lose clay criticizes the oracle crowd that got some people talking and we'll we'll touch on that. And then the Twitter detectives. Yes, Twitter detectives lip reds Steve Kerr, and uncovered some explosive comments on the on on the teams grass on the first seed became a little shakier. So there's just a lot to unpack here and a lot of it can be talked about now because Steve Kerr addressed the media yesterday in a an optional practice. The team didn't have to show up yesterday. It was just individual work. I saw. On Instagram that Draymond green. And Steph curry Rover there at the practice facility, Draymond green. Look like he was having some fun. He was filming on his Instagram story. Steph curry looked like he was putting on a do rag people had some fun with that. I posted it as well to my Twitter, and do you can find me on Twitter actually grant Lifton at grant Lippman as well on Instagram. I put some fun stuff on there from when I do my show wars, outsiders NBC sports bay area there, it is ring that bell self promotion, and you can see it's if you go to my Instagram or Twitter, I before the games, actually, I'm pre-game when there's a home game. I take some shots on the court to see all the guys warming up, and it's fun. We have some fun with that. But let's go back to what Steve Kerr said. Because he's the only guy that addressed the media yesterday. And and the media was assured ask all the questions that everyone wanted to hear about and it's the most important stuff, and let's start with the warriors going on the road. So at Houston at okay. AC at the Spurs and at Minnesota, it is a very tough road trip coming up for the warriors. So after an embarrassing loss. Everyone starts wondering what what can we expect from the warriors? Is this a good time to go on the road? Do they need to fix things at home? Well, here's Steve Kerr answering that question. Groups
"lippman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Driving seat Part one and Arabian encounter The country had virtually. No pertinence of modern. Live there were no telephones there were very few schools and there was no public transportation. Or mass communication or any this is nine hundred thirty Saudi Arabia as described by Thomas Lippman former Middle East bureau chief with the Washington Post The country was surrounded by push colonial presence across the Middle East Saudi Arabia's founding monarch king up even south new. The United States had no colonial history in the region and so as he was looking for, great power protection for development assistance the United States was an appealing target to. Him back then the only American presence, is Saudi Arabia was a few missionaries and accompany searching for oil that's all changed. With World War Two president Roosevelt's energy advisers perceived that after this war ended the United States would begin to need. More oil than it could itself produce so by the middle. Of the war there. Was a new interest in the American government doing some business with Saudi Arabia the US. Wanted rights to explore Saudi Arabia for. Oil and the Saudis for, their part wanted a couple of things one more Was capital and. Technology for development of wish they had none themselves and the other basically was protection from Britain and so an unlikely. Courtship began And it was king abilities of Saudi Arabia he made the first move he had heard. President Roosevelt love stamp collecting and he put together a collection of truly. Exotic and rare stamps from the Gulf region and send them the president Roseville, is, a. Gift and president wrote back with a very gracious letter the plans began for. The two leaders to meet and in one thousand nine forty five. They finally came face to face.
"lippman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Know what emergencies aren't we getting too because we gotta go get this guy's remote off the tv forum right somebody's loved one is laying on the floor somewhere and this guy wants a cup of milk someone has fallen and can't get up and you're over there getting this guy guy's a beer i yeah yeah this got probably needs to go to jail in heaven complete evaluation done is this anything mcdonalds a stealing an idea from seinfeld they're selling muffin tops for breakfast yeah the top of his mother that was me i'm sorry i don't like the stumps so you just need the task oh yes the best part it's crunchy it's explosive it's where the muffin pan that's a million dollar idea right there to sell the tops yeah i love and that's you know elaine was outraged mr lippman for stealing her muffin top idea in that episode mcdonagh stealing the idea from aside failed and the right it's funny the the writer of that episode i saw i thought i saw him on tnt or something because that episode was like twenty years ago twenty one years ago which i can't believe it's been around for that long i'm old but yeah the writer was joking around he's like yeah i'm going to sue mcdonalds for a billion dollars or they could become a sponsor on my podcast one of the other mcdonald's i don't get this because after my son's tee ball on saturday mornings.
"lippman" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
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"lippman" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
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"lippman" Discussed on KKAT
"Alleged incident took place in lippman rejected aggression would have as friends drunkenly call me and be rate may in addition orchestrating smear campaign source of damage reputation out him lippman who was gay was not out at the time quote i didn't do anything at the time i was young and desperately wanted acceptance within the industry this is when he was teen the oxford me advice are going to be a mentor their friendship relations the friendly relationship switched lippman notes during an encounter gresham's apartment reclaims the aged forced himself on the young men while on a sofa lippman says he reject aggression but was unsure how to handle the situation at center center a tip off kohl kid victim he's confused this is someone who had already taken proactive steps will be professionally and i had been in his office very uncomfortable position of being fortunately today we know what it means to be a victim we have their language member boom then here's another additional men are coming forward uh one of these lucas ozone rouse ski uh talked about ad encounter with gresham in 2016 last year tyler is trying to get me highly intoxicated buying the drink after drink eventually add to start leaving them the bathroom to avoid suspicion later that night he alleges tyler reached over and shoved his hands aggressively down my front pants and grabbed my genitalia i've forcibly ripped his hand to get up telling him that was highly inappropriate to leave his home the new um and then here's that that lucas guy no this is a different guide by the name of dousseau's of former actor actually screen captured some uh social messages that some tax that this tyler graham had sent him a house my main man sweet dreams i just wanna sita so good to talk to you talk to demar snapped me when you wake up i wanna see that cute face at cetera cetera this is when he was sixteen he and then he's he's now tweeted since i was sixteen tyler gresham insisted that i become gay and wanted me to send picks of him ever of myself every more getting la la.
"lippman" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast
"Not everyone is going to be ready to sign up for a longterm programme with you so you want offer another option so they can get started with you in a way that easy for them right low barrier to entry if all you have is a sixmonth coaching programme you don't have as many clients as you would like stick around for this entire episode our guest today is going to share the importance of having a short term program and how to use that short term program to generate five thousand dollars by moving participants into your longer coaching programme so our guest our special guest is a new lippman and she is a marketing strategist for health and wellness coaches she's attended the institute for integrative nutrition and after five years as a health coach she merged her merck me routes with her passion for wellness by launching her company marketing for health coaches where she helped thousands of health coaches and nutritionists successfully get clients launch online programmes create high converting websites and grow their lists she's the creator of a popular offering like her ready to launch cleanse program done for you speaking hit and her done for you website package we both known amy for awhile now we consider her a close friend and she's an incredible resource for while lists professionals were so happy to have her here on the show to share some of her will wisdom with us in you as well can amy thanks for joining us oh thank you so much for having me leaning here and i'm and rubbing your podcast being how aged up that was the men's sizes gig was i don't know if you if you knew my gosh we have to get amy on here.
"lippman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"To protect us so sal i'm sorry we've back your show tell us about what you're going to do for new york yacht up just out on the wreckage issue at all i i did read the dick brown deer in queens is not a fan of this proposal he listed the citizens y so was unanimously judge lippman says that it everybody agreed there was there was the sent yes well let me tell you about my campaign he i as you know my record on a city council that was one of independence when i was there i i you know i think the political systems legally corrupt i think bill de blasio is ism is the lucky that he's not in handcuffs because there were two investigations into his fun the manhattan the as well as us attorney book concluded the wasn't criminal but it was unethical inappropriate and i i wanna changed the political culture in his city by and by passing a new campaignfinance reform that will give working people in neighborhoods a chance to express themselves seattle has great systems call democracy vouchers were every single registered voter in seattle receives 425 dowa vouchers sawyer correction officers live in a city will give 425 dow abacha's they'll have as much clouds the hedge fund guy was a billionaire on the upper east side right and and that will all that will force candidates to actually interact would regular people and also force them to engage neighbors because right now most of the might be raised raised by people calling deeppocketed lab houston what have you i've got a different kind of campaign it's grassroots aren't there might base has always been organized labor and people inched and good government because i think that is essential to the city and i believe that the system and albanese corrupt i think the the the politicis the federal levels groveland now i want to change that culture but now so i i get that but talk to talk to us talk to the people talk to the listeners we have homeless situation right we have children's services situations right we have people who are being displaced put out as mayor what are you going to how you see how will you go to address all.
"lippman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"With them lippman so if you want to join us the numbers three one to ninety one seventy two hundred i'm john williams you're listening to wgn we appreciate that we're talking about sean spicer's job the press conference that he just held the daily white house press briefing and their push back from what they continue to say it's fake news in this case about jared kushner in all of these unnamed sources just one other observation about that daniel lippman joins us now from politico he covers the president has also been called covering the jarod kushner story for awhile high daniel that you're on wgn houria good thanks for having me so they are unnamed sources i wonder how realistic it is to hope her expect steve bertrand our news guys also here if one of these unnamed sources would just allow themselves to be named wouldn't that make all of this a lot easier be out of work for one to look for new job and then you should with the wouldn't get the story the next day yeah but i mean the so somebody that isn't that a consumer not be a concern of ours if this was going on is this a conversation that we should all be having every single day we're following the development of this story from somebody saying something they're not supposed to be say no we're not we're doing it from several people saying something the not supposed to be that's the key are as you well know but listen and when you hear the stories of the kushner story the washington post based on six unnamed notice it and counting um so that means it was at one guy or one woman the needle with reporters year the want the reporter heard it from one and others verified from five other people that's a big difference and you're not gonna get people to say on the record some of these things you know sometimes they're hurtful sometimes big picture they may well be that of it but if you will daniel what do you think about this i appreciate the concern readers an have about anonymous sources.