31 Burst results for "Lowrey"

Trump Contradicts Pompeo Over Russia’s Role in Hack

Mass Wealth Radio with Jake Lowrey

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Trump Contradicts Pompeo Over Russia’s Role in Hack

"Untold amounts of government and other data over the past few months, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Russia did in Russia suspected of being behind the attack, has denied any involvement. The hackers penetrating Homeland Security and the Energy Department and agency that oversees the nation's nuclear weapons. According to cyber security experts, Species face faith of booby But on Twitter President Trump downplaying Russia's role, implying that it could've been China Government has provided no evidence of that You're listening

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Next Phase of Boston Public Schools Reopening Plan Delayed Amid COVID Uptick

Mass Wealth Radio with Jake Lowrey

00:10 sec | 4 months ago

Next Phase of Boston Public Schools Reopening Plan Delayed Amid COVID Uptick

"2 October 29th Boston is in the red Zone for covert 19. Early voting began today. In Massachusetts Secretary of State Bill Galvin is encouraging

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Police Pull Deceased Man And Woman From SUV In Boston Harbor

Mass Wealth Radio with Jake Lowrey

00:17 sec | 6 months ago

Police Pull Deceased Man And Woman From SUV In Boston Harbor

"Real threat. An investigation is underway after a grim discovery from Boston Harbor dive teams. From the mass state police and the Boston Fire Department called to the Seaport district Yesterday afternoon, two bodies a man and a woman found in an SUV, which was submerged in about 40 feet ofwater again. The cause of the deaths is under

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Staff leave China's Houston consulate

Mass Wealth Radio with Jake Lowrey

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Staff leave China's Houston consulate

"Of workers at China's consulate earlier this week in Houston began taking shape last night. ABC is Marcus Moore has more on why the State Department called for it and what China has done since China's Foreign Ministry, calling the move, quote a legitimate and necessary response. To the unreasonable actions of the United States. Consulate Workers in Houston scramble to get out packing you holes with garbage bags, shredded paper littering the ground Anonymous videos posted on social media days ago showing staff burning documents in the courtyard. We have done nothing wrong, and we've just come here from the board of a senior State Department official, saying China directed quote midline and criminal activities from behind these towering walls. NBC's

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Buffalo, New York police officers quit unit to protest colleagues' suspension

Mass Wealth Radio with Jake Lowrey

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Buffalo, New York police officers quit unit to protest colleagues' suspension

"New York governor Andrew Cuomo is reacting after two police officers in buffalo were suspended without pay video showing them pushing a seventy five year old protester to the ground that elderly man now requiring hospitalization the officers today charged with second degree assault Cuomo called into question any cop would not uphold the law I knew from police officers saying well look unless I get to knock people to the ground and hit them with a baton for no reason I don't to be a police officer think of the officials the suspensions of the officers and now criminal charges drew criticism from the buffalo police benevolent association fifty seven members of the emergency response team resigned from the squad though they remain on the force the two charged officers appeared by video in front of a judge for their arraignment on second degree assault each pleaded not guilty ABC's Erica Turkey

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How Russia Is Trying To Boost Bernie Sanders' Campaign

Mass Wealth Radio with Jake Lowrey

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

How Russia Is Trying To Boost Bernie Sanders' Campaign

"The resurgence of Joe Biden's campaign bolstered by the exit of people to judge any clover shark Michael Bloomberg and eventually Elizabeth Warren has drastically changed the nature of the race and the Democrats fear a repeat of the problem they had in twenty sixteen and a referral split between the intensely loyal progressive supporters of Bernie Sanders and the centrist so called establishment forces of Hillary Clinton then and Joe Biden now some say Russian social media interference is exacerbating the schism others are supportive of Biden's deeply concerned about his possible mental stage due to seriously disturbing gaps in his campaign

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President Trump pardons former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich

Mass Wealth Radio with Jake Lowrey

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

President Trump pardons former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich

"Post impeachment presidential pardons and appointments since the impeachment acquittal president trump has been flexing his executive powers by pardoning seven people this week including the junk bond king Michael Milken and Bernard Kerik the former New York City police commissioner he also commuted the sentences of former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich and three others he's also made some major appointments in an effort to surround himself with loyalists you can trust especially in the spy agency arena the most notable being Richard Grinnell the U. S. ambassador to Germany to the powerful position of acting director of national intelligence and they can get an acting position the president was able to sidestep Senate

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Weinstein jury deadlocked on most serious sexual assault charges

Mass Wealth Radio with Jake Lowrey

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Weinstein jury deadlocked on most serious sexual assault charges

"Jury deliberations resume Monday in Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault case in New York City one scene is charged with two counts of predatory sexual assault criminal sexual assault and two counts of rape the jury of seven men and five women are currently at an impasse on the two more serious charges of predatory sexual assault each carries a maximum penalty of life in

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Prosecution rests case against Harvey Weinstein

Mass Wealth Radio with Jake Lowrey

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Prosecution rests case against Harvey Weinstein

"There was an extremely emotional moments including a gut wrenching meltdown in the winds dean trial is six women took the stand in dramatically testified in graphic detail against the disgraced film industry mogul the prosecution rested its case Thursday more than eighty women accuse winds dean of sexual assault and harassment creating a compelling case that rises above and beyond the he said she said

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How Joe Biden went from slumping to surging in Democratic presidential race in Iowa

Mass Wealth Radio with Jake Lowrey

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

How Joe Biden went from slumping to surging in Democratic presidential race in Iowa

"The presidential race as the first voting in the Iowa caucuses draws nearer the campaign for the democratic nomination has become increasingly heated with Bernie Sanders enjoying a surge in the polls at the expense of his direct ideological rival for progressive votes Elizabeth Warren and of course the impact of the impeachment trial increasing scrutiny of the activities of hunter Biden provide an additional dramatic story line to this horse race as it comes down the home stretch actual primary

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As Modi Pushes Hindu Agenda, a Secular India Fights Back

Mass Wealth Radio with Jake Lowrey

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

As Modi Pushes Hindu Agenda, a Secular India Fights Back

"Nine India rocked by protests the passage of a new citizenship amendment bill blatantly discriminates against the country's minority Muslim population the question being has nationalistic prime minister never run dry mody gone too far in his zeal to turn India from a secular nation into a Hindu homeland which has prompted protests and tremendous civil

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"lowrey" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"lowrey" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Last night. He closes every game number two not made for fourth quarters. I told you this before the files I told you this before the playoffs started. He doesn't have a fourth quarter backbone in it never has. And we saw done and again and again in these finals. Are you sure I'm gonna give you an opportunity? Are you sure he doesn't have a fourth quarterback? Are you sure about that? Is it might turn the talker years? I'm just wondering, because I I'd rudely interrupted. I think I was just about to make my ear right? Okay. We're gonna make it. Nice so Kyle Lowry. Let's talk about well, first Fred vans lead. I didn't rudely interrupted me for advance leak apps are did it a sensational. Underrated job of defending Steph curry because he had him nose to nose. Sometimes boxing, one nose to nose, but he did a job of hounding in dogging Steph curry through these six games. Now, Carr Lowrey was the driving force of this team. And I believe he's the stronger leader. The number two is obviously because he's been there longer. But every big moment, he shredded their defense off the dribble. He was the one who kept just unlocking the lane, he was slicing and dicing every coverage by getting in the lane, and kicking it out and the big turning point game was obviously gained three at oracle and he goes for twenty three and nine assists in that game. And that was huge and last night was huge because, as you know, he's fifteen in the first quarter in twenty one in the first half on his way to twenty six and seven assists and was again the dry. Having force he was the one creating so much of their offense. So he winds up for the six games a plus thirty three while number two winds up a plus fifteen which was sixth on the raptors..

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Lowe: What Kawhi and the Raptors have done to the Warriors

The Lowe Post

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Lowe: What Kawhi and the Raptors have done to the Warriors

"Has been the better team for almost this entire series. I realized that the warriors have injuries. There's no question about that. The warriors just took this game. The why Leonard's been the best player in the playoffs. The best player tonight. He's been the best player in the series. They got your Mendes defense. Zach lowe. This is you've tracked the raptors for so long. They're a team that usually in the moment under pressure, doesn't liver. They've been delivering for a couple of months now. And here they get it again. It's a different team. That's why the team that crumbled under pressure had Rosen and some other players who are under steam anymore. This team has a guy who's already a finals MVP. And I think if they pull this off takes his place among the greatest modern day playoff performers ever. I mean, I don't think that's hyperbole. They win. And he's the finals MVP again. And you know what they did tonight. That was so smart. Because just like the warriors struggle with its anyone besides clay or Steph in this game. I think the rest of them shot under under forty percent. The raptors get concerned when they have to take quiet they bought five minutes when they took him out in the second quarter five minutes, and they actually. Made the deficit less to me. That was so keep because down the stretch Steph looks gassed, he's playing forty minutes, who is thirty six minutes. And I know that doesn't sound like a lot. But at the end of the game it is, it's a big difference. So Nick nurse handle quite beautifully tonight. And I mean he was just so far and away the best player on our priced. He keeps rolling out these lineups at the start of the second and fourth quarter that have both Lowrey and Leonard on the bench and they're playing even or winning. And like if the warriors can't win those minutes, they are not gonna win Saqlain tonight. They did not like when I watched the warriors right now they look like a team that has never gotten comfortable in this series because they don't know who's playing games a game. Now he's that would Nick nurse before game three and he said, you know, it's kinda like a Geely game. I have experience in this goes gonna play in every game like we're fine. We didn't know Klay was gonna play until ten minutes where the game we're fine with that. But for the warriors. I'm I'm poppin and everyone of these huddles like my job is the sideline reporter on on the radio here. It's kind of like big peeping, Tom like sneak in there. And listen and I'm really sure with us of different comparison, but go ahead. Okay. But you you're just get in there and get listened into the huddles. Sometimes you see these, where's WALDO? Will you know, moments where's Momo right every single

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"lowrey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"lowrey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I mean, I, I would agree with that. Well what what's the benefit of it? Well, the benefit of it is that you never know I mean, I understand, but in the but what? But what if somebody got hurt I mean I, I understand I get it. But what if somebody got hurt, I I'll if I'd say took my ten eight hundred four five year old to to accord side seat. If I was so fortunate to be able to do something like that, I would absolutely tell them they have to pay attention the entire time. I that's and that's, that's, that's part and parcel of these seats. Now I understand you can't blame. I can't. I know you're not, but I, I know you're trying to come up with a solution, but you know, I just don't know. How how how Carr Lowrey or that place should be taken out of the game. I just can't. I mean, they're trying so hard. How I nobody's questioning that? I just think from a safety issue. I mean these, these things are getting worse like these guys are diving and I get it and one hundred percent like I'm nobody, I'm not blaming how Larry did hustling, it's great hustle play. But at some point man, like the that guy's reaction. I think he actually forgot who you know, at the time he's like what, you know, an and, and he's wrong. He's wrong wrong, but it's a total, gut reaction play that, that, that, that, that changes the dynamics. And, and one of the thing if you don't mind go forward, Carson Wentz is only going to be about thirteen percent of their cap on this new deal..

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"lowrey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"lowrey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Lowrey another former client of Mets general manager Brodie van wagon and his days as an agent the Yankees avoided arbitration with Greg bird, the oft injured first baseman getting one year at one point two million and the national thing free agent. Second baseman, Brian dosier for one year and nine million dollars. First of a home in home set between the Rangers and islanders at the garden. Yes. For fos third period goal. Got the blue shirts even at three three looked like overtime was near. But the aisles had other ideas who got at the center. Thought about right wing over the ranger line. He's got behind him. To the goal line in front. Twenty six seconds. King with the call the one for the seventh time in eight games. Four three the final MATT BAHR zella goal in to assist. Routed lender. Twenty-seven saves the Rangers losing despite outshooting the avenues thirty to twenty. They've got five in a row there. Other goals from Kevin shattenkirk and Ryan Strom islanders have won thirteen of the last fifteen meetings against their New York rivals the two teams meet again in Brooklyn on Saturday afternoon. Former either John Taveras scored two goals in the first period in Newark, his Maple Leafs with a three nothing lead. The devils got second-period tallies from Blake Coleman and Brian Boyle. But Toronto held on four to two triumph. The devils dropping their third straight Kyle Marion company not quite able to dig out of that early. Whole wasn't the first period we need to have the game wasn't over. We fought and tried to battle back just wasn't an awful sound.

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"lowrey" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"lowrey" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The gun. So. That because if I told you wanna see me. Going to see you again. Still remarkable swansong. That's what he claims he says, this is his last job in film as an actor that they'll continue writing and directing and producing. But this is the last time he intends to appear onscreen as an actor. And if it is it's a very graceful swan song it was written. I think especially for him by David Lowery with a Dallas filmmaker with when we worked previously on dragon, and they apparently hit it off. And it's based on a true story of a guy named four stuck or a Bank robber who just loved robbing banks he'd been involved in larceny since he was a teen. And now he's in his seventies. And he just keeps doing it. In conjunction with a couple of other old pals who together called the over the hill gang. And as he continues his work, robbing banks. He's chased down by a back Dallas detective played by Casey Affleck. And he romances a widow played beautifully by sec- space, the romance in this movie between the two is really quite endearing and Redford. Of course, does a splendid job. He's charming. He's debonair in that old style way. He doesn't push too hard. And at the end Lowrey gives us a collage of Forrest Tucker's previous jailbreaks, she's very proud of Israel breaks and in one of them. He shows a clip of Redford from nineteen sixty six film, where he was playing a person escaping jail and juxtaposing what he looked like then with what he looks like now in his early eighties is really a charming way of sort of giving a good graceful exit from the stage. If that's what this turns out to be. I really enjoyed this film great film, but it's not profound, but it's it's really an enjoyable. Piece of work. I wish I hope he changes his mind. Actually does another one. He's eighty two. I just looked it up. And finally, there's this movie called the hate you.

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"lowrey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"lowrey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Back here. Zach britton. We'll take over the hill. Do leftfielder is Brett Gardner, and here's back Chapman lefty delivers outside of the right hand hitting third base. So two three four and the order Chapman Lowery at Davis. That's in for a strike. An account wanted water members Zach Britton who was acquired from the Orioles. Got a late start because he blew his achilles out in the off season. No that he would say he's gotten totally right. This year, the one one in on the ground through the left side whole at a base hit for Chapman show third hinted a day for or the night for the Oakland as a single through the over shift on the left side leadoff man aboard in front of jet Lowry who will turn around and hit right handed the solid contact there on a flight or but now Zach Britain what he has in his back pocket is at two seam fastball. Good velocity. On it reduces. A lot of double plays. Lowrey knees bent, right side Britain fires. That's in there for a strike. I mean, there's an when he's right. There's an or at least at his best. He's left handed Blake trying to. Yes. Ninety six ninety seven miles per hour. A lot of movement down and away on right handed hitters. Swang it a little dribbler towards third the.

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"lowrey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"lowrey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"There? Good thing is I thought he reigned in call while the rest of the game. But that's just to look at. If he got a little out of whack mechanically will look at the video and see if we can't correct that. But which is a tough first inning all around. The bitch is gets fast. Sanchez. Out on the third, of course. Passed. I was right off the stock. It is a fast ball. We definitely have some. Getting on the same page in that first inning. I can definitely say there were some some. I should have done a better job. It's no sin gets by Sanchez. Homeless. Lowrey scores. Dave is the third and the Yankees are down to nothing, and they are having terrible time of it. The first. Couple of science. There was a message. Sanchez lost the ball. Picked up on the third goals Olson will call it a pass wall. But he got crossed. I think we've seen enough signs that feel like he started to climb out of a little bit. And this obviously a little bit of a bump in the road. And a setback for him that we got to dive into and and again get on top of that gets away role store. The Oakland dugout run stores for nothing open this terrible. It's embarrassing. Imagine. If this was the wild card game. Again location location. You know, especially against a team like Oakland. That's that's bad as well as they did that's playing as well as they do we really got to come out on top of your game early. And that wasn't the case tonight and they made a pay in that first inning. Okay. That game was September five.

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"lowrey" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"lowrey" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"The money would be much more valuable to you if it were fungible and we should add to that, the the the value of this is is. You know, stretches to people who I think are you know, involved in more or less for lack of a better term, you know gig, the gig economy where you, you know you ride out ebbs and flows. I mean, I think there's been a significant amount of research that one of the problems with poverty is that your money comes in chunks at times, and there are times of the year where you have no money and other times of the year, we have a little bit more, but you're just paying off bills. This would sort of, I guess, even things out a little bit. Yeah, absolutely. Help provide. Kind of it'd be kind of like an insurance, right? You know, you're never going to be literally without and that maybe you won't have to, you know, maybe you're not even doing that much more, but you don't have to make this trade off. You don't have to like sell your car in order to keep your life on type thing, and that that would be great because I think that you're right that you know, lower income family. These are often having the problem of just not having enough money, but they're also facing the problem of that kind of financial through Jilin. And you know, especially if your community or your family is lower income who you're going to go to all you need, you know, five hundred bucks or something, and that's just, you know, constant problem. And again, it's, you know, on these measures of fragility, they just really haven't gotten better in a long time again, just like the economy growing quite a bit. All right, so let's move immune. I, you know there there. I have wrestled with my feelings about the u. be I for for some time, and I am increasingly becoming a little bit nervous about it. So let's move on to some of the the critiques maybe that we would hear from the left a little bit, which is the the, the remake the world part because some of the concern is on the left that. This will end up in it, and it was conceived in in some circles as a replacement for the the social safety net. So you don't have economic stabilisers that kick in maybe like food stamps, maybe you do it partially just when I don't know, GDP drops our unemployment drops or whatever, but there's a lot of concern that a program like this is going to replace the social safety net, which. It seems to me it's almost like during the Trump administration. This has been a great lesson. It seems to me about programs that have any sort of regulatory reliance on on on regulatory agencies to set anything right like so we can see how Trump is able to basically unwind the ACA with a little tweak here and a little tweak their the fact. It was a Republican congressman who had to beg Trump to to salvage the. I think it was the risk adjustment payments recently and had he not the the private insurance component of ObamaCare, you know, and you combine that with what's happening with the navigators, all stuff that is sort of like below the statutory level is. Is a, but but much of the programs contingent upon this. It seems to me there's a real danger with a u. b. I that we're going to be in the same situation. We're going to set it for thousand dollars a month today. And then Donald Trump will be president or Tom cotton. It'll be president and he'll say, you know, my Labor Department says that actually, you only need eight nine eight fifty. And then we just, right, right. I mean, isn't that the biggest concern about a program like this from the Latin look like? Yeah, I mean, so from the last I think that I share that concern and I think that there are couple other good ones. So yeah, if you only have a single lever of policy, then that lever becomes that much more vulnerable, right?.

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"lowrey" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"lowrey" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"And let's just imagine that you have a more equitable distribution of income and consumption during a Konomi like we had in the late nineties. We had, you know, we had more inflation than, but there are ways to temper inflation, right? Like this is a fiscal policy and you're still going to have monetary policy and it's probably still better equilibrium if you just, you know, are still providing more purchasing power to middle income and lower income family. So hard for me to to see a world in which it literally all just gets eaten up by inflation. It is possible to see a world in which it gets eaten up by things like rent or rising class of education or healthcare. So you know, it's not. But it's certainly not a silver bullet that like ensures better levels of consumption for any what everyone, but it does probably help get you there. Okay. I mean, I imagine like, okay, I if I. If I own a Bodega in a fairly low income area, and I know that all of a sudden every one of my customers now it has got an extra thousand dollars cash. I don't know what I'm gonna do with my prices. There. But let's move onto to how it would revolutionize work. Yeah. So. There's kind of two ways that I think about this. The one in, you know, I know that this is obviously something that you talked about on on your show in extraordinary depth, but between declining unionization rates in the private sector between a relatively low minimum wage by historical standards due to increasing concentration among companies in just huge number of sectors of the economy. You've seen this, you know, declining labor share of income for decades now. And so this is kind of one way to make sure that workers are kind of getting their fair share if you had a thousand dollars a month to fall back on its nuclear less likely that you would take a job for eight dollars an hour. That was dangerous degrading something you wouldn't otherwise do right. Like you're not gonna find a lot of slaughterhouse workers for eight dollars an hour. If you're also providing them with a thousand dollars, that's one way. And then another way that it's fear is is. Could be good thing is that you know, we've known for hundreds of years that GDP and national in common national counter and really only counts for certain types of work and that's paid work. I'm but there's a huge amount of unpaid labor. It's done primarily by women and often by women of color. That's really important to the economy functioning right? Like somebody needs to be taking care of babies. Somebody takes to be taking care of older people, people who might be sick people with disabilities. And so this is kind of a way of providing sort of social wage for that kind of work because we're coming into this. You know, we have an existing childcare crisis. That's really just, you know, driving women out of the labor force. It's it's sort of difficult for families all over the income scale, which is kind of an interesting thing. Although obviously it's much harder for women who are low income, parents, low-income, and then you know, we have a coming care crisis one. That's probably. In a lot of cases already here in terms of elder care. And so you know is that work is socially beneficial, but it's hard to make a living doing it, and it's very hard to pay for in some cases, you can magin that this is sort of a way of addressing that. It's certainly not the only way to address that, but it would probably provide families and especially low income families with more and more choice. We're choice to either stay in the labor market or leave to pay for care or not..

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"lowrey" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"lowrey" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"We'll take a break. When we come back. We're gonna be talking to Anne Larry. She's reading this book on UB, but she also just wrote a piece on on stock buybacks. So I may indulge because yesterday I had mentioned this story about the stock buybacks, and. About, you know, Bilas onic we've had on this show. I don't know three or four times over the years. Who is convinced that so many of our economic problems are tied into two basic policies. One capital gains taxes where you favor. Money that is made by money essentially, and versus money that is made by labor. When you give it preferential, teach treatment in the tax code, and then the idea of tax of stock buybacks because you've created these cottage industries in the upper. Levels of. Of these corporations that missile line, the agendas of of people, or I should say, of of of the people who run corporations and the the consumers, I guess, and the. The workers and the community, and even the long term health of the corporation. So I should say also rest in peace to Ron Dellums. He was Oakland's mayor for. Thirty years. Somewhere around there, and then you. He was in congress for like, I think thirty years someone, someone like that. The. And I guess he just he passed away yesterday. He was eighty two and he was known obviously on civil rights, but also his anti Vietnam war activism continued as work for congress against weapons systems and on Uman rights. Yeah, he was. He was like a like one of those liberal lion type of guys. Barbara Lee has a seat now. Right? I, I believe so. All right. We're gonna take quick break. When we come back, we'll be talking to Annie Lowrey about her book. Give people money, how universal basic income would end poverty revolutionize work in remake the world. We'll be right back. We are back Sam cedar on the majority report on the phone. It's a pleasure to welcome to the program contributing editor at the at the Atlantic monthly or the Atlantic magazine..

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"lowrey" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"lowrey" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"We are broadcasting live steps from the industrially ravage Ghana's canal in the heartland of America. Downtown Brooklyn USA. On the program today. Contributing editor. To the Atlantic magazine anti Lowry. On her book, give people money. How the universal basic income would end poverty revolutionized work. And remake the world. Also on the program today, North Korea. Punked Donald Trump. Book. Hopefully it won't lead to war may while Iran says, thanks but no, thanks to a Trump visit. Hopefully won't lead to a war. White House wants to unilaterally cut more of rich people's taxes, and they think they can. Meanwhile, the Pentagon launches. Space force. And imagine that federal court. Has the audacity to insist that our government must get consent before they drug immigrant children. Can you imagine lastly LeBron James birth, a school and put Bill Gates to shame shame. All this and more. Hunted as program facing gentleman. We have Brendan on the board today. He's doing a little dry run. So. So folks, if you have any issues with the board today, you know that it's a Brandon, not Matt, just so that Matt doesn't get, you know, nasty emails or anything like that Brennan going through so far. So good, Brandon. I got a little bit confused because the disparity between the the music in my voice, and I had the volume in their everything else get. Hey, doing doing okay. Put your microphone up when you talk. All right. We will. We'll get to all this more. Oh, let's start with this. Rudy Giuliani. He's having this rolling nervous breakdown in in public, and it's sort of fascinating to watch. Of course, Rudy Giuliani, his whole strategy at this point. I think this strategy the entire could ministration is this is probably going to end. As a situation where the public will be the arbiter as to whether Donald Trump and those around him, maybe not those around him, but whether Donald Trump should be impeached or go to jail and any type of impeachment. And I, I don't know if it's going to be from Russia collusion or whatever it is. But I think they definitely feel this way they are and for a long time they've been trying to. And they know that impeachment is a political process. There is no, there is no scenario. People have asked me this over the past year or two. There is no scenario where Robert Muller comes in and says, you know, we've indicted the president and you know, put the cuffs on them. That doesn't. That doesn't that can't happen. The indictment of a president comes from congress. The conviction of. The president comes from the Senate. And it's in the form of impeachment subsequent to that. Could there be criminal charges brought in a traditional criminal court? Yes, but there is no scenario where he gets led out in handcuffs. So the Trump people know this is a political process and they are constantly trying to muddy the waters. The problem that Rudy Giuliani has is that he's just loves the sound of his own voice. And I'm saying, this is someone who loves the sound of his own voice and Rudy Giuliani. When you have to explain a joke, it's not funny. And when you have to explain your spin, it's not effective here he is on outnumbered yesterday trying to clean up the mess that he made on that same network just hours before. I said today that there was collusion and therefore, and that collusion also is no crime. I've been saying that for the very beginning. So John doubt, it's very, very familiar lawyers, arguments that the alternative, my kind didn't do it. And even if he did it, it's not a crime. Yeah. I mean, it is that is actually a classic lawyer's argument, except for Rudy Giuliani is really his TV lawyer and the the, the judge and jury, in this case is not a judge jury, but it's the public. So when you have to explain your spin here, you're, you're not you're losing. He's saying things that even some FOX viewers might be like really? Yeah, because just like it's all for them. It's just like, well, that's not common sense, right? But it's not something Dan, that collaborating with a foreign government because of computer hacking, I get that the founders weren't psychic. I mean, obviously we should reinstitute slavery because it was in the constitution. But on the other hand, not sure you could say that that isn't illegal because they didn't rent that..

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Kyle Lowry does not comment on DeMar DeRozan trade by Toronto Raptors

Izzy and Spain

04:43 min | 2 years ago

Kyle Lowry does not comment on DeMar DeRozan trade by Toronto Raptors

"Town or sitting on your couch, swiping left and right on your tender, looking for someone to Netflix and chill. We like to play a little, not necessarily. We're gonna start with Kyle Lowry who is out in Vegas for USA basketball, and we haven't really heard much from Kyle about everything that's gone down with the raptors about his buddy Dhamar to and getting traded about the arrival of quite Leonard. Danny green. And there was an interesting exchange today. Here's sports nets, Tim, and sid asking him about qui- the reporter. Do you have a relationship with Kawhi Lowery. No, I know him. We have mutual respect reporter. Have you spoken to him since the deal Lowery? Probably, yeah, I think so. I don't know reporter to Kawai Lowry. I dunno reporter you don't know if you've spoken to by Lowry. No reporter. What do you mean Lowry? I don't know if I've spoken to him reporter. Are you not sure? Do you not remember. Lowery. I'm not sure he's not here. So I, I haven't spoken to him reporter on the phone. I mean, Lowry. I haven't spoken to him. No reporter iovine spoken to him Lowry. No. And then later what he was asked, if people might read into his silence and assume he's not happy about the trade he was asked, that'd be an accurate assessment. He said USA basketball has been fun. Good one. So Nick, I ask you, are you okay with Kyle Lowry's weird responses. This one is very easy for me. I says, I'll will. Lowrey lost his best friend in in this deal. He didn't. It didn't die, but somebody lost his bed in in really quickly for context. I did a whole story on this at the beginning here, Lowry into Rosen, took Uber's back and forth from shootarounds that the raptors had on the road. Just those two always. They were always together on the road hanging out their family's very close. I am sure this whole trade has crushed, Kyle Lowry in the moment. Can the raptors be better? Certainly, but I have no issue with him wanting no part in in discussing this calories. Always very good with the media. He's a personable guy, but he does not want to get into losing his best friend from a professional standpoint in dealing with lettered who doesn't sound like many people are close to on either one of his new team, the raptors or his old team, the Spurs. I'm gonna have to agree with you and one up unit because I'm going to. Yeah, man. It's just too soon for people to keep asking everyone to move on. Oh, Dhamar just be ready to move onto his new team. Yeah, he will be given the minute. He dedicated everything to this team. He thought he was going to be there forever. Yeah, it's a business but give them some time and same with Lowry. I mean, if you want to try to figure out what his silence means, he's not being that silent. Check his Instagram as he's posting videos with his buddy to Marta, Rosen is reunited at USA basketball, then pulling up to mini camp together that he's telling us all we need to know. And I liked the loyalty and listen. They're going to be enemies when they hit the court come time for for the season to start. I'm sure he's going to be a good dude to collide, and he's going to try to make a relationship there, but you need time. So I do not blame him one bit moving on according to the eater website, there will be a new food show featuring Gordon Ramsay and of. With the departure of Anthony bourdain. We're all looking for something to fill that hole of other cultures and other other places, other foods and other other communities. And well, Gordon Ramsay is here to fill that hole except unfortunately, instead of doing the things that Anthony bourdain did to connect everybody around the world and to pay on edge to the cultures and the foods of other places and help us to get to know those people and those foods better Gordon Ramsay uncharted which is set to be on the National Geographic channel next year is going to have him take in the traditional food ways attempt to go about discovering the undiscovered and finally engage in a kitchen competition against the locals pitting his own interpretations of regional dishes against the tried and true classics. So he's set to walk up to someone's a boiler and tell her, no, I can do this better..

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"lowrey" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"lowrey" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Now, the reason Nelson Mandela had to have a Christian name is basically because back in the early twentieth century, white people ran South Africa, so you couldn't have a name that they couldn't pronounce, even though they're only twenty percents of the population, they controlled the government, the land, the economy everything. Yeah, it's kinda like how today, all those. No gluten people have control of all of our menu except in South Africa, the intolerance was real. So this oppression, it was this oppression that pushed Nelson Mandela to join a revolutionary movements called the African National Congress, right? He joined politics when he was just twenty six years old partly to fight racial inequality. And also because he had just been kicked off these parents ObamaCare. Now at first at first, the NC fought for racial equality peacefully, but the racist government only got more oppressive in fact in nineteen forty eight so that because governments sets up apartheid, which made legal racism, the foundation of the entire country like people couldn't votes. They had some live in certain. Areas and they were banned from playing sports with white people. And I'm not like that last part I completely understand. I mean, if your system is based on white supremacy, you kind of black people. Dunking all over your shit. It just doesn't go with the narrative like white people are superior. I wasn't ready. I wasn't ready. In fact, the government became so oppressive that Mandela, and the ANC decided to resort to violence. They bombed power stations, post offices. And I mean, they did it when people weren't in there, but still they blew shut up. And there were many people not just in South Africa, but around the world who wanted him to respond to the tally of the government with civility to which Mandela replied bore sheds feed about it is useless and free future for us to continue talking peace and non violence against the government was reply is on the savage attacks. On an unarmed defenseless people. I know a lot of people seeing a young radical Mandela, that's a bit of a shock. Yeah. Like finding out one of the care bears mauled a hiker to death. I mean not expect that out of ten to heart, but you fund shine. What did you see? Nelson Mandela believe that violence was necessary to fight violent governments and he paid a price for its in nineteen sixty two. When Mandela was forty, four years old, the apartheid government arrested him, and sentenced him to life in prison. And what he said in the docks is legendary. He said, are chatter the idea of a democratic and free society. It is an ideal which are hoped to live and to achieve, but if needs be, it is an ideal for which I am prepared to die. I mean, I'm prepared to die. But I don't wanna die. I'm saying, I'm Pat. Don't don't make me die. I'm just saying, put a pad died, not necessarily. Can we? Let's edit that part out. Just leave. So Manama one arm to spend almost thirty years in prison. Yeah, and the manga he stayed in prison. The momentum became a legend around the world by the nineteen eighties, you had concerts around the globe to free Nelson Mandela, and you gotta admit, you gotta admit, it's probably good that that teacher change his name because it would have been a lot harder for white people on the world to protests freedom when they couldn't pronounce his name. If they were like free. Three, you know, let's just go save the whales guys. Let's say oil. Now, Nelson Mandela story up to that point was impressive, but it's what he did after he came out of prison that transformed him from a leader to a legend, right?.

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"lowrey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"lowrey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Stripling needs. A strikeout or some type of pop up in the infield and then perhaps Induced a ground ball double play to. Get out of the Senate and not allow another. Run next pitch cut on a missed so he gets the strikeout of. Domes right there Now Mickey Brantley, son Michael Astros, seven National League five we're in the top of the, ten Here's the pitch swing and a fly ball left field yelich drifting back circles around. Makes the catch tagging from third is cigarroa no. Throw from yellow it'll come into second Booze from. The fans are too Some people have laughed but still strong. In the. Ones that are here. No question they are all nationally Bottles worn it some yeah it makes. Me think. They're still serving beer Keep it real Nine homers in a game and nine homers by the way, at accounted for All but one of the runs so Pretty unique. Game Lowrey turns around eight left-handed pops a foul A play off to. The, left gene cigarettes and how this continues Ashley ties it up the as. A double and triple away from the cycle so There's something to kind of keep an eye on somewhere Tony LaRussa smiling. Along He's outside.

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Wizards send Marcin Gortat to Clippers for Austin Rivers

Thom Hartmann

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Wizards send Marcin Gortat to Clippers for Austin Rivers

"Game lowry a fly ball right field drifting back kosta janos at the track over his head over the wall lowrey goes the other way and they go back to back seventy six ball game with the score tied seven seven and the last of the eight detroit started to threaten had the bases loaded cuban out leona martinez the plate young reliever ryan booked her on the mound to men out here's the tutu on the way with the bases loaded he throws and swat elevated a high fastball and hicks is down on strikes but their works out of it the tigers leave three ken correct with a call on our sister station ninety five seven to game just moments ago jed lowrie singled in the go ahead ron oakland now leads eight two seven in the ninth closer to home giants coast in colorado here in the city veteran lefty derek holland who earned a win last week against miami going for the giants they've won five of seven on the homestand but rocky first baseman and desmond hit is sixteen sixteenth homer of the year in the first rockies lead one nothing david price seven strikeouts tonight for boston he won his ninth of the year red sox route of the angels nine to one at fenway as jd martinez ios mookie betts both had homers nba clippers have picked up veteran center martine gortat from the washington wizards for guard austin rivers rivers of course the son of coach doc rivers and also eight years younger than go tatton averaged a career best fifteen point one points and four assists a game this last season for the clips and finally free you hockey fans fourtime vezina trophy winner mark martin brodeur one of the game's all time great goalies eight one three.

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"lowrey" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"lowrey" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"There's nothing nothing that they can do with him when you look at the toronto raptors even though they could hit three points it's not like they're boston number two in an elite doing it and number one defendant against it that's not toronto not who they are and the style of play that they implement they've implemented rather and they incorporate into their things into the scheme of things laser gentlemen let me taste the right now will you look at them you gotta ask yourself how are they going to beat this team if the toronto if the if the cleveland cavaliers are hitting parameter shots they'll probably beat the the the the breaks off a cleveland in game two but when you look at them buying lodge they were made made for cleveland toronto only they ranked eighteenth in the league in three point field goal shooting they ranked eleventh defending against it that's not bad but it ain't great and so when i look at toronto raptors this is what i see and i don't think there's any way around it has been edited seven to nine three seven seven six look lebron james just that do when it comes to them they don't have an answer for him and you get perimeter shooters listen and less the modules and starts hitting threes himself and less carr lowrey is hitting more threes they both shot fifty percent of the field both put up decent numbers but they want broad type numbers.

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"lowrey" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"lowrey" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"There's nothing nothing that they can do with him when you look at the toronto raptors even though they could hit three points it's not like they're boston number two in an elite doing it and number one defendant against it that's not toronto not who they are and the style of play that they implement they've implemented rather and they incorporate into their things into the scheme of things laser gentlemen let me taste the right now will you look at them you gotta ask yourself how are they going to beat this team if the toronto if the if the cleveland cavaliers are hitting parameter shots they'll probably beat the the the the breaks off a cleveland in game two but when you look at them buying lodge they were made made for cleveland toronto only they ranked eighteenth in the league in three point field goal shooting they ranked eleventh defending against it that's not bad but it ain't great and so when i look at toronto raptors this is what i see and i don't think there's any way around it has been edited seven to nine three seven seven six look lebron james just that do when it comes to them they don't have an answer for him and you get perimeter shooters listen and less the modules and starts hitting threes himself and less carr lowrey is hitting more threes they both shot fifty percent of the field both put up decent numbers but they want broad type numbers.

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"lowrey" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"lowrey" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Um well we should probably get out of here pretty soon um i did i did mention that um the the peace have the mcdonald piece which i believe if first there was a piece of national review which was awesome criticized for rocha sleigh by many many people including wes lowrey and was noah smith who is at bloomberg right now smith binion revenue 290 us okay we'll yeah no smith at bloomberg um the gifts principle criticism of the pieces that it's super duper racist it's super duper racists twitter moments actually character i as that i saw that as well and yet noah it actually highlighted noah's pushback there's plenty that i could say about heather mcdonald on i think she's wrong about a number of things what seems to really make people upset however is when she like trots out like inconvenient facts or facts that aren't by particularly fun to engage with it's the most criminal justice conversations are framed around race in this country um they've been dominated by the black lives matter crowd on the left um who are deeply concerned about police shootings of civilians was i am concerned about the fact that police aren't often convicted of that i'm also concerned about that and the fact that black people are disproportionately um the victims of these shootings so far as they can solarz they're concerned i disagree about whether or not it's disproportionate but i still think if there's one hundred of these happening a year with his unarmed civilians being shot a hundred of them should be thoroughly investigated we should do as much as we can to limit that number down to zero the let's fix that problem um from the is that the conversation start at sort of race at the core of these conversations and i think that whatever else other is doing right or wrong um part of the issue.

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"lowrey" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"lowrey" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Reading it how past income tax rate cuts um on the wealthy affected the economy and there are typically in sort of vox fashion these explainer pieces that purport to tell you exactly how this dynamic works whether or not promises that lower taxes on the rich trickle down is something that we can just sort of proven periodically and they specifically point to a congressional study that went and correlated actual tax cuts for wealthier demographics and how the economy performed in the year following um and the fact that they didn't seem to be a tight correlation between economic reform its um and tax reductions um and obviously maybe one year after isn't enough but politico did their own study and they looked at a broader time span and they similarly didn't find a tight correlation between these tax reductions and um the economic performance i for ducks for the rich and economic performance and sort of found my my eyes glazing over as i was reading this article and i find myself in many contacts and i've thought this as well on more reading cava mcdonald's somewhat controversial peace from over the weekend about a proactive policing which we may talk about an another day i'd love to get heather and like west lowrey and some other folks in the room so we could just trash just hash out some of that stuff 'cause i think it's super interesting um but i i find myself becoming increasingly skeptical of like most social saw analytical conclusions that are trying to be would have derived for social scientific purposes i e we can prove once and for all the minimum wage totally doesn't destroy jobs or prove once and for all that the minimum wage totally destroys jobs the fact of the matter is that time periods are always do.

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"lowrey" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"lowrey" Discussed on Channel 955

"As much as they used matt lowrey and studio in south which kind disappointed me because lester holt to me is like the greatest thing ever but there was a guy that they had on that with them in the morning who was a storm chaser who went out to record how fast this storm laws like the winds fanned any retina that game we're in the blue jacket and cap having tez man over in touch the ground it was like something out of i don't know like a sitcom or summit as urges recording there you go in which by the way asked meeting till somebody explain something to me how is it that we do live broadcast for our mojo in the morning town tour in it sounds like the winds going to blow us over in the tv guys do interviews in the middle of the freaking worst hurricane ever and it doesn't sound like the wind is blowing that much right do they have better equipment than us or that what is the answer yes so they have they have like windscreens that and i'll do a better job of protecting them from any of the the wind is blowing cause friday morning we're live until lido in there were times where i felt like we were in the midst of hurricane erma share sounded that way it was really win him lie an matter back mike why did you not put that blue jacket on like that guy did not hold up that little thing to see thai myself in something yeah tell yourself at all this is a great wide this is awesome they went out to see why these guys were just like walking the streets as the hurricane was approaching what was it.

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