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"loyola marymount" Discussed on The Academic Minute
"Is there still beauty to be seen during tough times. I'm dr lynn. Pascarella president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute brian trainer professor of philosophy environmental studies in irish studies at loyola. Marymount university examines the world to see william james wrote in the deepest heart of all of the corner in which the ultimate mystery of things works out sadly reflecting on the past year. One could be forgiven for coming to the conclusion that he was right. Covid nineteen accelerating climate change resurgent forms of prejudice and xenophobia. It's a hard time to be an optimist. However if the last year has shown anything it's the beauty wonder and joy our irrepressible against the sombre backdrop of economic uncertainty political crisis and a steady drumbeat of infections hospitalizations and deaths. The seasons turned each ushering in. Its own particular beauty for a moment. Human pressure on the natural world was felt more lightly. People fell in love. babies were born. Of course none of that erases the tragedy but it does suggest that pessimism is also a misreading of things. What then is the answer. Scholars vance theories as to what distinguishes humans from the other beings with whom we share this. Strange and wonderful world is a reason. Language laughter sin. Here's one possibility. All beings have interests desires and goals. We however have the capacity to appreciate the beauty of the world and to give thanks for the incomparable gift that we're here to witness. This is the human watermark and our vocation not simply to experience pleasure or pain joy or sorrow but to hold these contradictory together in a paradoxical tension both joyful and melancholic to fully appreciate both the tragedy and the splendor of existence. And that.
Perfect Zags: No. 1 Gonzaga stays unbeaten, tops LMU 86-69
"Top rank is that it is the only unbeaten team in division one following an eighty six sixty nine win over Loyola Marymount Corey Kispert drained six three pointers on his way to twenty four points once all business unit and embedded testers for sure and they reminded us time and yeah we got to clean up the store really things were changing for playing teams like that to Timmy was among five Bulldogs to score in double figures finishing with sixteen points seven rebounds and four assists the twenty four noble dog set a program record with their fifty first consecutive home win this act of one twenty eight straight overall since last season ended the first team to finish the regular season unbeaten since Kentucky in twenty fourteen fifteen I'm Dave Ferrie
Alex Padilla to become California's first Latino senator, replacing Harris
"California governor gavin newsom has appointed california's secretary of state. Alex padilla to replace vice president-elect kamala harris in the us senate padilla will make history as the first latin next senator to represent california state with a population. That's forty percent latin x. He was first elected to public office at twenty six years old. When he joined the los angeles city council he went on to serve two terms in the state senate followed by two terms as the state secretary of state. Alex padilla is the son of mexican immigrants and video. Posted by governor newsom to twitter. Padeas talked about how his family's background has shaped his political. Work can tell you how many pancakes my dad flip through egg scrambled. Try to provide for us sir. In many many years my mom cleaning house the same. So i i try so hard to make sure that our democracy is as inclusive in california's we built in to help a important perspective to washington. Alex padilla is a close ally of governor gavin newsom. He has not taken a public stance unpopular progressive issues. Such as medicare for all. The green new deal abolishing ice. That's immigration customs enforcement for more on his appointment. We go to los angeles where we're joined by fernando guetta. He's a professor of political science at loyola marymount university where he's also director of the center for the study of los angeles. We welcome you to democracy now. Professor get it. It's great to have you back after a number of years. Can you start off by talking about the significance of this appointment and who alex and who. Alex padilla is someone you've known for many many years. Well obviously the significant is very historic and symbolic that latinos. Now have this position. There's been tremendous amount of latino political mobilization. And you've seen latino mayors like antonio viragos lieutenant governor secretary of state mike. But the you've seen latinos be the head of the legislature speaker or as president pro. Tem of the senate. Republican the only positions that latinos having gained in modern times as the us senate which they've never held in california and governor. There wasn't latino governor back in the eighteen seventies but this is really a reflection of the historic importance of latinos also politically. You know we think about forty percent of the population and they're also a significant number of the electric. It is because a lot tino political mobilization that california is deeply blue without that innovation california would be purple and maybe even read and we're changed the whole dynamics of national politics. I remind people that for many presidential elections. Republicans won california. It wasn't until nine hundred ninety. Two democrats started winning and berry winning because of we all know the. Ross perot factor there. But after that really dependent on the latino vote and latino vote is the backbone of california being democratic which becomes the backbone of the democrats having a chance in the electoral college is so historic to historic significance but also political significance
"loyola marymount" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
"Do you have that night? Well I saw what everyone else saw the made a gigantic slam dunk turn to get back on defense. Got Almost a half court and collapsed and And you know. We Lost Them I. Mean A. There's nothing that even thirty years later it makes up for that. Let's was a devastating time for me for the team for his family and. If something's Doug you just don't get over that happens to be one of them. I'm that's actually what what most intrigues me because I went to the next game. was at at long, beach arena you play next state. And to this to this day I tell people my love for college basketball. I loved it before that my dad taken games, NCAA eight tournaments. I loved it after that Clayton. But the the moment to me was you guys came running out and there's Brune everywhere in forty four is everywhere. And and then gets fouled. And all of a sudden he takes three dribbles on his right hand switches to, and then he makes. He makes it. I mean like out of a movie Okay. So how like? This is a kid whose parents trusted you writing transfers from USC and he trusts you and the kids trust you with the style that obviously they he benefited greatly from but it is frenetic. It is different. The level of conditioning was obscene. What you guys don't WanNa get into that. But. But you lose there on the floor. How did you get that group together? What did you say? What did you do? How do you not because you're dealing with your own emotions? I'm wondering how you did that. He. you know we we have some hard times together immediately after hanks passing. They had A. Ceremony at Loyola Marymount nursing arena where the whole campus was there. players. Were in attendance then we all flew back to tell. Alpha. Or. The official funeral. is his MOM's church. And Emily returned and. The players came the knee I I to be honest I said. If we just want to end it here. That's fine. And they said, no, we want to play and we WANNA play for Hank. So we started, we had a couple practices went the Long Beach in. An launch event and it just a little perspective. They played better than ever did or could have. And it's kind of interesting You can say they played for Hank but they were playing in kind of for themselves. They they they wanted to Kinda get away from all of the sorrow. So plane was you know two hours of relief from the other parts of the day that you were in Greek. Listen how you always play when you want an NBA championship with the Lakers But what you did took the world of basketball by absolute storm and I remember like one of the names I remember. At seventy two at the half. And I. Remember. My Dad who had coorg state He told me at the time after the game. You know what happens is. Everybody scored in the first half they feel great and they're like, this is easy and then they hit a wall in the second half and the shot can't dribble. The can't pass. The can make a layup and you guys end up conditioning kind of wins the day. So just the the style of how you played later in your career Loyola Marymount to the Denver Nuggets when you press and you ran wh-. How'd you formulate that style in in your mind or in a discussion with other coaches? Well. You know through the seventies I was at Lasalle University, and and. Through my professional careers with the Lakers. And the Chicago Bulls and ultimately loyal Miriam out I was always a running coach and I and I believe in in the quick shot I believe. It makes more sense to run the ball down and beat the defense I mean why? Why? Play five on five plan if you go fast after you can play five three main A. This is a lot easier. So I, did for those reasons but. It wasn't until all the mariners out until Hankins Bo coreygaines. Tom peabody all showed up together all transferring from different parts of the of the country hall La is. That I said, well, I'm going to run, but I have to do something to make the other Tamera. So that's when we employed full court man-to-man press. And the press was good enough or if you look at the another way weak enough that you shot the ball and five seconds like we were shooting the ball and five sections. So, kind of accidentally I created the perfect scenario. We shouldn't five. You shouldn't five do that for forty minutes and see how you feel are player. Sustain that the opposition many times were doing well by halftime and then would ultimately crack in our guys knew that was going to happen. how do you condition for something for that style of play? Yeah. May We did some preseason things? We you know we did some running. We, we actually ran the sand dunes. Manhattan beach that. Really quite a challenge. I my memory is and I did once myself it's about Oh. It seems like a mile straight up but it's probably a few hundred yards, but you have to run straight up hill than sand dunes and. And very difficult. So our guys kind of soil data a challenge. We didn't do it every day. We did it a couple of times. Over But the honestly doug the way you get conditioned to run the fast break like we did in press, you have to do it everyday in practice I mean. I was not a stand around who would stop play and give a two minute explanation on how to defend the pick and roll Those two minutes were twenty five possessions wasted for me. So I played the speed game in every drill, and therefore the players They were very acclimated to claim nonstop. Yeah and then you get as you describe, you get team playing style that your kids practice and play every day and they play once or twice a year, and so they're kind of discombobulated while it. It feels good to be free and playing that fast when you're not used to it, you start to make errors. You do you lose your wind and then you start teams also start playing their benches and guys that did only play are thrust in there, and now that the strength of your death ends up becoming effect I, mean the teams get so tired A. We had a game. Where we played Lsu with the Royal Neil. than. A Nike Clinic and he said, you know coach we had one of our point guard. With about eight minutes ago in a game he was so.
"loyola marymount" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
"And listen to that one We have a great special guest this week or in this episode, start pumping out multiple episodes per week hopefully our guest. This week is Paul. Westhead can po- West, of course, legendary coach lead the Lakers to an NBA title. he led Loyola. Marymount to was three NCAA tournaments including elite eight, famously coach Bogue Bo Kimble, and Hank. Gathers. also Jeff Fryer and Tom peabody bunch other dudes, but so we'll talk to him about. The speed game, that's his new book and it talks about teaching guys teams to play fast I. Think you'll really really enjoy that interview. Let me start dill as were a couple of days removed from the NBA Finals the NBA Championship. And I did hear Lebron James Say I want some respect and I just. I don't know you I think he's Great Happens. When in in our world now of sports is either somebody's the best. Or. Your hater. Like I I. Many. Parts of his game. I I haven't necessarily loved some. He's improved some. He hasn't right like that post game the game, the fadeaway jump shot that's kind of disappeared. He doesn't really have a middle game. He's developed a step back jump shot, and he's obviously developed into being a more than capable open three point shooters improved his shooting. But like look like, Oh, you know Cindy Crawford as a mole, you're talking about a word on a on a supermodel Lebron James's incredible player doesn't move as well. Defensively throughout the entire game or back to back games, but can clearly really really defend and can dominate a game. I have no. I I'M NOT GONNA pick apart his game in any way my whole thing Jordan is Jordan. Was a force of. Sheer force of will like he had to find a way to win, and once he found out what figured out how to win there was literally no stopping him. You know I know He. I. Saw when he lost to the Orlando Magic, we lost the Basque when he was in sharp he didn't look like a good ball handler and I understand that players. I. Do think have more well rounded skill set basis now but the game is very different much less physical. There's no power forwards sometimes centers in the game. So instead of comparing. Eras. I would just tell you that for his era. I feel like Jordan was more thoroughly and completely dominant. There was no discussion over who the best player in the game is and I think we were honest. We would say that Lebron didn't go against the full field as durant was hurt Steph and Klay. Warrant in it had they had both been hurt this year and. You know he never had to face off with the honest although jaanus is not nearly close in terms of you know being completely refined. And they got incredibly favorable matchup along the way face. Kawhi who has done a great job on Lebron in past. So with all that mind. I'm not taking shots at the broad what I don't love is the why would you ever have a need for respect? You know who are we trolling? Why does it matter? These. This is the real mistake that Lebron makes is dignifying anybody he feels like is disrespectful to his level of success. That that's that's punching down. I. Want some. The only people you think are disrespecting you. Are People whose opinions should matter. And there's plenty of former players. That opinions I think do matter that would prefer Jordan or their era to Lebron, and maybe that's what he's talking about. But when you say respect, it feels like you're giving credibility to TV shows and radio shows even mine and I'm very suitable like people forget that in the early eighties, it was Larry Bird Magic Johnson say the league they deserve to be a discussion of the top five players in the modern history of the game so too does Michael Jordan so to Lebron James and then you gotta go okay. Do we go Tim Duncan? Who won all those titles? Do we do Kobe Bryant who had his when all his titles like what do we do? I don't know all I can tell you is that if somebody wants to put me in a list of the two best players in the history of the sport or the ten best players in the history of the sport I think that's respectful and I think. I think asking for respect feels like some. unneeded. Insecurity being being outed that he clearly shouldn't have. Nonetheless, we should respect Lebron. James. Like the four NBA tiles are special I know we can't compare because no superstar players ever bounced. Actually, four different teams relief you kinda get down to it. So this whole, no one, one, three with three different like I gotcha. Gotcha. But no, you know Kareem Bounce the two teams, Shack Bounds to a couple of different teams obviously to to to the NBA finals couldn't get the cavs to the finals when he was a player with Lebron or the sons to the NBA finals so that would be the only. only parallel there and checked in take care of himself. The way that Lebron took care of himself. But to me the the the NBA playoffs, the bubble was about his leadership ability to get guys to totally buy into why they were there and coaching I mean think how much does play the use of zones like Miami couldn't run zone against the Lakers they just sliced and diced it right but they would not have gotten to the finals without the use of his own. I oh yeah. By the way, the Lakers and they're just been for quick doubling James Harden, getting it out of his hand before you get into his game like again, all of these things are coaching and even getting the Lebron to buy into whatever the defensive schemes were from the Lakers that that's coaching some of these Lebron being coach. And then you know leading and getting ways to get motivate Anthony Davis and all their whole team to play at a super high level defensively. But I I kinda feel like coaching gets undersold in the reason the Lakers became the best team in the NBA One NBA Championship. Let's let speaking of the Lakers winning a championship. Let's welcome them in he the longtime college. NBA. And WNBA champion head coach Paul Westhead joins us. Be Short a catch the live edition of the Doug Gottlieb show weekdays at three PM Eastern noon Pacific on Fox sports radio in the iheartradio APP. Let's welcome in the book is called the Speed Game My fast times in Basketball Paul Westhead is is my guest There's a lot of places people could start, but I I WANNA. Start at a place that that is really most interesting to me. So I apologize coach of his now where you wanted to begin. I had I had seen hen gathers kimble played a pickup game at cal state northridge the summer before Hanks Finals hankered Boe's final season together for you at Loyola Marymount and I was. A kid from Orange County I was kind of blown away by this kind of bigger than life mythical player and I had known how you guys had played. Watch you guys in the NCA tournament the two previous years. So then fast forward to. The WCTC TOURNAMENT and. Hang passes out. What what now were like thirty years later? What memories.
"loyola marymount" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Hey. What I welcome in I'm Doug Ali Ben, this is the all new album. We took a slight diversion with our last episode Lil Wayne joined us. It was awesome. You can still download and listen to that one. We have a great special guest this week or in this episode, start pumping out multiple episodes per week hopefully our guest. This week is Paul. Westhead can Paul West, of course, legendary coach lead the Lakers to NBA. Title. he led Loyola Marymount to was three NCAA tournaments including elite eight famously coach Bo. Bo Kimble Hank gathers. also Jeff Fryer and Tom Peabody bunch other dudes but so we'll talk to him about. The speed game that's new book, and it talks about teaching guys teams to play fast. I think you'll really really enjoy that interview. Let let me start though as were a couple of days removed from the NBA Finals in the NBA Championship. And I did Lebron James Say I want some respect and I just? I don't know you. I think he's great. What happens when in in our world of sports is either somebody's the best. Or, you're a hater. He like. I. Many. Parts of his game I I haven't necessarily loved some he's improved. Some hasn't right like that post game that game the fadeaway jump shot. That's Kinda disappeared. He doesn't really have a middle game. He's developed a step back jump shot, and he's obviously developed into being a more than capable open three point shooter. He's improved his shooting. But like look is this like Os. Cindy Crawford as a mole. Are you talking about a word on a on a supermodel? Lebron James's incredible player doesn't move as well. Defensively. Throughout the entire game or back to back games but can clearly really really defending can get a game. I have no. I, I'M NOT GONNA, pick apart his game in any way my my whole thing would Jordan is that Jordan? Was a force of. Sheer force of will like he had to find a way to win, and once he founded figured out how to win. There was literally no stopping him. You know I know he I saw when he lost to the Orlando Magic Weight Lost Tabasco. When he wasn't sharp, he didn't look like a good ball handler and I understand that players I do think have more well rounded skill set basis now but the game is very different much less physical is no powerful words. Sometimes, you know centers in the game. So instead of comparing. Eras I would just tell you that for his era I felt like Jordan was more thoroughly and completely dominant. There was no discussion over who the best player in the game is and I think if we were honest, we would say that Lebron didn't go against the full field as durant was hurt Steph and Klay Warrant in it, they had both been hurt this year And you know he never had to face off with the honest although jaanus is not nearly close in terms of you know being completely refined. And they got incredibly favorable match up along the way the face Qui- who has done a great job on Lebron in the past. So with all that in mind. I'm not taking shots Lebron would I don't love is the.
"loyola marymount" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
"You will not not a ton of jobs open. But. We had Jeff Lindor last week. He got the Wyoming job came from northern. Colorado this week. We have Stan, Johnson who's going to join US Stan of courses, longtime assistant coach, never been head coach played at southern Utah and state. And we've been friendly over the past decade or so I can only tell you that the guy can hoop. And he's got a young family is going to move from Marquette from Milwaukee out to Los Angeles Playa del Rey's where lmu is located. Now, Lula, Marymount used to be the home of the NBA Summer League and they were one of the first to take advantage. Of of. Transfers would. What what people forget about Lula marymount is they remember Hank and Bo. What they forget? Is. That hanging bow were together at USC. And I believe when they're at. USC They actually won the PAC ten before they went on probation. But Bo. Kimble Han gathers. We're not the first big transfers. To land at Loyola Marymount not even close. It was actually. A group before a year before that team took off or a couple of four, they had dad coreygaines. Coreygaines transferred over from UCLA and the first. The first year. That hank in Bo played they. They do at Lmu. They dominated. The WCTC that team had coreygaines as their point guard. Corey averaged seventeen and nine granted. Those stats were skewed because the pace of play. Jeff fire was a sophomore that year. He's from Coronel, more high school. Still worship kids great shooter. Mike Joost was one of the old heads from the previous regime, and they had Bo Kimble and hang couch. Imagine a team in which Jeff Fryer Coreygaines Mike IOS Bo Kimble and Hank gathered Bowen, Hank both average twenty two a game, joost and gains averaged seventeen, a game and Friar, average twelve game all on one team, and they had inox. Simmons coming off the Bench Enact Simmons. The year after coreygaines finished up ended up averaging I think nineteen game, so they had so many dudes who get buckets. It was. It was really kind of crazy. They had a guy mark. Armstrong as well came off the bench average about eight. So they took coreygaines from UCLA. They took Bowen and hang from USC. And Let's roll. Let's go play some who right? And so the the idea of transfers in the w into the WCC from the pack twelve pack ten back then, this is not a new idea. Only now everybody's doing it now. There's all kinds of movement college basketball. It's one of the challenges to high major low major mid major basketball. Getting guys move up. Getting moved down in terms of levels. You get Grad transfers. Do you get four year transfers? You'RE NOT GONNA. Get a lot of GIACOSA LMU. Do you read shirt guys? Do you play the long game? Do you do the international thing? So there's all different sorts of ways to build a program and where you are. When you're in Los, Angeles, generally, you should recruit olive. Just recruit ally. You can always be out on the road without being on the road, still sleeping her own bed, but you have to know who to pick were recruit from Yatta recruit all these guys and then get up. Get some unbalanced back, but you gotTa make sure you take the right guys kind of interesting. Let's catch up with stand Johnson. He's got all of these challenges who to take how to build how to get Loyola Marymount back to where they work. Because now you're in the WBZ. Gonzaga is a high major. Byu Is is rolling and I think they're going. You consider them high major, they have. Though they can't recruit the whole country. The group they can recruit as a fervent fan base, and there's plenty of players..
Ex-CEO sentenced to 9 months in college admissions scandal
"A California father caught in the college admissions bribery scandal has been given jail time in a massive fine Associated Press correspondent Jackie Quinn Douglas Hodge has received the harshest penalty yet nine months in prison a three quarter of a million dollar fine and community service prosecutors say the sixty two year old former investment company executive paid out eight hundred fifty thousand dollars in bribes to get four of his children into the university of southern California and Georgetown University as fake athletic recruits he tried to get another child into Loyola Marymount hides apologized in a statement read in court for tipping the scales in favor of his children over
Ex-financier gets 9 months in college admissions scandal
"Douglas Hodge has received the harshest penalty yet nine months in prison a three quarter of a million dollar fine and community service prosecutors say the sixty two year old former investment company executive paid out eight hundred fifty thousand dollars in bribes to get four of his children into the university of southern California and Georgetown University as fake athletic recruits he tried to get another child into Loyola Marymount hajj apologized in a statement read in court for tipping the scales in favor of his children over others more than fifty people were charged in the admissions team including actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin I'm Jackie Quinn
"loyola marymount" Discussed on WSB-AM
"In mid January in des Moines Iowa for perspective on I like stone ABC news at Loyola Marymount university in LA couple of weeks ago we reported on the resignation of Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson and the uncertainty surrounding that city's crime and law enforcement this week we're gonna focus on another American city where crime in twenty nineteen is on the rise Baltimore it's got a long time ABC news affiliate their W. B. A. L. I've talked with reporter bill yucca bus what is going on in the city of Baltimore can you explain to us yeah we're probably going to have about three hundred twenty homicides this year so far and that's a big number only because it's it's happened almost all of the years in the recent past and it's something that the city has had really a difficult time getting under control one of the things that the biggest problem here seems to be as consistent so you know we have four police commissioners here in the past three years commissioner Michael Harrison is leading the department now he took over for Gary toggle who left awhile ago who took over for a commissioner d'souza who was indicted on tax fraud so there's been a number of leadership changes of course as you folks have followed on A. B. C. news we've also had some turmoil with the mayor's office the former mayor Catherine Pugh I recently indicted on some some tax charges and and that sort of stuff so it's been a difficult sort of transition for the city and and again the killings as have not stopped I mean since ever since the riots about five years ago but things have really been spiking here in Baltimore that really was sort of the start of a turn for Baltimore wasn't it those those rights when they happen there yeah absolutely it has been and that's really been the biggest problem because of the number of illegal drugs on the streets as well as the number of guns is illegal guns are just a big problem here just about every homicide you investigate here always has an illegal gun typically over some sort of drug deal gone bad those are all sorts of familiar themes with things I'm in addition you know non fatal shootings are also up we've had seven hundred and thirty five non fatal shooting so far this year so imagine if every one of those was a homicide I mean look at the no homicide numbers we would have here in the city and and really one of the things that a lot of the police commissioners all of them really have credited even the mayors of said you know we have such a good hospital system here in Baltimore because we have Johns Hopkins is some of the other big hospitals here you know we see a lot of trouble so the doctors are very good at saving lives so if maybe the doctors weren't as good here in Baltimore you know maybe we wouldn't have much higher homicide rate but but so far those numbers have been something that they just can't seem to get down now the the governor of Maryland Larry Hogan recently announced over twenty eight million dollars in state funding to help fight crime specifically in the city of Baltimore what was the reaction to that and do you think even that much money would do much good well it's certainly something that's been a welcome in the city of the city's always looking for more money in the crime find whether or not it's you know more equipment for police officers are more prosecutors you know some say the prosecutor's offices you're shorthanded because they can't go after a lot of the criminals that are on the street because they simply don't have the manpower a lot of these crimes were committed by juvenile offenders which is a whole other situation that the governor has wanted to straighten out they brought in the state prosecutor's office to help the city prosecutors in these cases because witness intimidation is such a big problem in fact part of the twenty million dollars he's going to go to pay for witness relocation you know the stop snitching mentality which was a big part of the wire which many of our listeners may have seen off the HBO series a number of years the wire is very real and in some cases like cases now it's worse than it has been in the past in fact commissioner Harrison told me a couple of months ago that he watched the wire he said I was fascinated with the body said now is that these are real people that are involved so the twenty some odd million dollars of the governor is going to dump into this program you know he's hoping that it'll help that also comes along with some legislative stuff that has to be done he thinks that there needs to be stronger sentences for people who commit a crime with an illegal gun bill thank you so much thanks Terry part.
"loyola marymount" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Final debate of twenty nineteen ABC's Alex stone is at Loyola Marymount university in LA for Instax site plans economists say could stifle growth in the US but Warren responding in the P. B. S. politico debate saying the economy is art right soul they're just more all judge breaking away from Warren saying yes taxes need to go up but not to the extreme that war and one we can also be smart about the promises were make make sure their promises that we can keep without the kind of taxation that economists tell us would hurt the economy I like stone ABC news at Loyola Marymount university fast rising candidate people to judge face a lot of questions about his experience as well as electability senator any club which are called him out on an earlier loss in a statewide race a bar in Lowell is now on the hook for serving miners more details on WBZ sherry small the blue Shamrock bar in downtown Lowell is getting its liquor license suspended for three days according to the Wall sign on November ninth police conducting a compliance check found under each people in the bar including a seventeen year old high school student that seventeen year old was among eight other miners in the bar without drinks but five under age customers were drinking other compliance checks back in September and October found similar violations but investigators let those incidents go because of the realistic fake ID's the miners were carrying but after police showed the blue Shamrock how to detect those fake ID's they couldn't let this latest November violation slide in Lole sherry small WBZ Boston's newsradio after blasting off in his first test flight to the ISS international space station Boeing's new star liners capsule has hit a snag in orbit today's lift off from Cape Canaveral Florida March the start of a crucial dress rehearsal for next year's inaugural launch with astronauts everything initially went flawlessly as the atlas V. rocket lifted off of the star liner but about a half hour into the flight Boeing reported that the capsules insertion into orbit was not normal controllers are now looking at all of their options they say the capsule is stable at least for now the starliner again is supposed to fly to the international space station some complaints from parents up in New Hampshire the eagle Tribune reports parents are come adding to Salem high school officials that hazing is a big problem on sports teams but after questioning students about a game called hot seat superintendent Michael Delahunty says it was determined it's not hazing after all back in September apparent when tool coach and said her daughter was being asked questions that made her feel uncomfortable at eighteen gathering held a student home during the investigation which involve interviewing athletes school officials found that the game involves one student sitting in the middle of a circle being asked questions of a sexual nature by teammates students say these questions became more and more explicit as the game went on again the school superintendent says this is not considered hazing it is twelve oh eight over now to Joan Doniger at Bloomberg for an update on Wall Street and business news hi there John Hey Tina well this is a happy holiday for alphabets new C. E. O. sandhar but shy the firm is telling the government in a filing he'll take home nearly a quarter billion with AB dollars in stock awards over the next three years if he hits all as performance targets his two million dollar a year salary will start in twenty twenty beach I was just named alphabets top job after Google's co founders gave up their shared role investors are counting down to the holiday break in an upbeat mood help by government numbers indicating the economy kept up its moderate pace of expansion and consumer spending sun nice jump in November the Dow up a hundred eleven points the nasdaq thirty.
"loyola marymount" Discussed on WTVN
"Alex stone at Loyola Marymount university in Los Angeles house speaker Nancy Pelosi insisting she will not send the articles of impeachment on to the Senate until she's told how a trial would be structured like to see a fair process but we'll see what they have and will be ready for whatever it is Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the speaker's getting cold feet a highly unusual step speaker the house continues to him at all about whether and when she intends to take the normal next up and transmit the houses accusations over here to the fountain McConnell says he and minority leader Chuck Schumer at a cordial meeting but they're still at an impasse over procedure for a trial the Senate's okay to spending bills just in time to avoid another government shutdown ABC's Andy field on Capitol Hill spending covers everything from billions more for the Pentagon to raising the cigarette purchase age to twenty one the funding the senses in stabilizing pensions for miners who were about to lose their benefits Republicans complaining it gives too much the social programs Democrats saying it spends too much on the military economists saying it just spends too much so you could add four hundred billion to the debt over the next decade president trump is expected to sign the bill the house has passed a re worked trade agreement with Canada and Mexico stocks closed at record highs today your listening to ABC news a man believed to have beaten his child to death nearly ten years ago now under arrest by the northern Ohio violent fugitive task force nine years ago Richard Lundy was convicted of felonious assault investigators say as child suffered serious head trauma from the result of three separate beatings the child was four months old at the time in April the child died and investigators say it was because of those injuries Lakewood police filed an aggravated murder charge Thursday the forty one year old Lundy was found at a halfway house in the Akron area after being released from prison in September that's Ken Robinson reporting from Cleveland a former gym teacher in Youngstown who was arrested last year in a sex sting was sentenced today James nor kiss given three years of probation he must surrender his teaching license as well nor can assess the register is a tier two sex offender police say he was one of twelve men were busted in August of last year they had showed up at a vacant home thinking they were there to meet and have sex with a child after Ohio state auditors sent a referral for criminal prosecution of Cincinnati so called gang of five city council members and all the county's prosecutor Joe deters says not him but a special prosecutor will handle the case our selfie G. today at lunch and I told him what was common I would not be doing my duty if I didn't brand special prosecutor that special prosecutors Patrick Hanley it was earlier this year when council members P. G. certain felt and other members Lancement Denard seal barking young admitted that they violated Ohio's open meeting act when they discussed city business privately I'm Matt Rees quick update and recap of the latest headlines you'll get it all in minutes at the bottom of the hour on news radio six ten W. TD and I would die of stress long before the cancer because the diagnoses brought this avalanche of worries the money they traveled a burden on the family when I I called the American cancer.
"loyola marymount" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Los Angeles Loyola Marymount university and died now we are waiting for the articles of impeachment which were voted yesterday against president to be turned over to the Senate so the trial can begin at the first of the year for the removal of the president which of course is never going to happen and I don't know why they bother all right now remember the president getting really upset about nafta I saying it it was a horrible deal that was made between United States and Mexico and Canada and he pulled us out of it he said we're done and he read negotiated a deal with Canada and Mexico and the big thing is Mexico candid also for dairy products and a few other things Mexico about the car manufacturing and it is a bunch better deal for the United States so you have to give the president a lot of credit for that however I'm not what it actually does more than nafta is not really a whole lot unfortunately it is more sizzle than steak which quite often happens under these circumstances I here's what that there's two things going on number one the reason that US manufacturers are thrilled in the economy is thrilled in the market is thrilled about it is it now gives some certainty as to what's going on the fallout is now happening and our business can expect as to what's going on and not helps enormously across the board also I even though it is better here's a reality check right I Mexico is our top export market thirty billion dollars in good in goods we sell them thirty billion we import does California we import forty four billion dollars so there's a negative balance of trade same thing are in with Canada our candidate is our second largest export market we sell seventeen billion dollars and we by twenty seven billion dollars and that's that is not good news a are you do not you want a balanced trade agreement where you don't want a deficit when it comes to how much we buy what I what we sell we want to sell more than what we buy here's the problem and that is will always end up buying more even bout with American manufacturers why because the products of the major manufacturers let's call car company right I symbols in Mexico wagers are far cheaper three Bucks an hour the benefits are non existent the OSHA requirements don't exist I mean it just makes it so much cheaper to build in Mexico however the cars coming in or Mexican products so the card companies are breezy in Mexican products which means that we've got a imbalance because we're buying from them we're not exporting to them and if we do export it's going to be raw material was going to be our products that don't come close to what Mexico's producing for us even American companies producing in Mexico see that is the problem because what ends up happening is a lot of these export import died trade issues it involves components that are shipped to the multinationals for export right back to us and so technically he there're Mexican products even though it's General Motors and it's for example now here's one company there's a company called what is it yeah forget the name but it's a hundred and thirty five billion dollar aid set this sector is under thirty five billion dollars are the nation's largest producers of alternators and starters that come from the U. S. to Mexico so here's what they do they collect old alternators and starters in the United States and then they sell them to their company in Mexico of course at pennies on the dollar because they're used their old and then the Mexican factory refurbishes them and then it goes right back for sale as they gently use products so let's say the original park is a hundred dollars and then you have the junkie part of it five years later it's worn out it's no good anymore and now it's worth ten Bucks and it sold to itself sold to the company in Mexico which turns around remanufacture it brings it back to the United States at the cost of thirty dollars and then it turns around and sells for sixty dollars as a refurbished part of look at the map of course we're gonna be buying more from them than they are going to be buying from us so I two things here's a take away number one the president did make some inroads there's no question about it however did he make any massive inroads the is it a game changer it is not hi and does it change much moon not really but step in the right direction amber it's all about first steps and that you can't you can't argue with that all right coming up a real interesting first amendment case that's going to the Supreme Court and it has to do with Catholic schools firing teachers not for religious reasons but for other reasons which any other school we get mailed for I mean mass a violation of federal law and the schools are arguing Hey we're religious schools we can do this and not we'll talk about that when we come back this is K. a pilot checking with Jennifer Hooper is agreed to set up a fund of nearly four and a half million dollars for employees who complained of sexual harassment.
"loyola marymount" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Correspondent bills and for Loyola Marymount university tonight is the democratic debate as they returned to the stage so who's and bill yeah we've got does seven candidates on the stage tonight so a little bit of a reduced field Joe Biden Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren people to judge Jamie comet char Tom Steiner and Andrew Yang are the ones who met the thresholds as time which required a four percent our rating in four different polls as well as two hundred thousand unique donors so they met the threshold Kamel Harris also qualified for this debate but of course ended her presidential campaign so those on the outside or Cory Booker fully and Castro and tell C. gabber who did not meet the threshold for this debate tonight so with fewer faces on the stage here's a little more time for everybody to talk three hour format tonight Tim so we should get into a number of issues it also gives a little more time for a little head butting and for the candidates to begin going at each other bill although told the Gabbard will not be in attendance I would be surprised if her name gets dragged through the mud a little following her voted present during last night's impeachment them certainly interesting in at almost will when he almost wished she was part of the debate tonight to talk more about that but I imagine that day it may be brought up in fact impeachment will be discussed tonight especially with three senators on the panel tonight Bernie Sanders Warren and that quote which are who will may have to have that is suspended campaigns during the Senate trial which could take place in January so that will come up tonight but Tulsi Gabbard could be an interesting situation here because it she said even if you would have qualified for the debate tonight she wouldn't take part in the debate she is kind of distance herself from the rest of the Democratic Party so I'm not sure what it means for her presidential campaign or whether even she will be kind of accepted with open arms by the rest of the group why squeeze in this last debate before the end of the year of recent ratings are any indication I mean these candidates are going to get the attention they're looking for yeah and after yesterday's session all day long you have to wonder if anybody wants to hear any more politics before the holidays it'll be interesting to see last time out there were a little less than seven million people tuned in I would expect the numbers would be lower tonight especially since it is a a little another lengthy session tonight out in California I I think that there there are some reasons to listen tonight I want to see if Pete booted judges targeted because of his pre political career which is come more into focus now with a management consulting group also Joe Biden will be trying to once again avoid stepping into any big pot holes in and just continue along a Bernie Sanders is the leader in the polls in the state of California be interesting to see what happens there as well maybe the biggest opportunity tonight could be for any clover charm as she gets more time and also as a chance to establish yourself as more of a moderate Canada are you mention that impeachment be one of the topics what are some of the other likely topics are we going to hear about the Medicare for all again we're gonna hear the same old topics or you think there might throw something else in there well I think we will hear that healthcare debate will continue after all Bernie Sanders is Bernie Sanders asking to be front and center there in Elizabeth Warren will also talk about it not likely to go out and with people to judge over that but I think that the also trade make him up tonight because the US MCA they Mexico Canada deal is currently working its way through Congress that could come up tonight as well and look for climate to become a little more of a discussion tonight because Tom's dire will get more speaking time tonight and he has made that one of his primary issues so couple of new things tonight very possible but you know what it all comes down to a new poll that's out that shows that sixty four percent of likely democratic voters have as the top item on their priority beating president trump not healthcare not trade not climate not foreign policy but beating president trump and the guy they think can do it sixty seven percent say it is Joe Biden wow that's great staff thank you that's S. net sent on your first news national correspondent bills and for coming up we'll check in with the San Antonio first news correspondent Michael Bauer get the latest on the impeachment in the.
"loyola marymount" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"PM eastern time at Loyola Marymount university in California it seems that an agreement was struck that ended that labor dispute between the food service workers and the employer at Loyola Marymount I ended because none of the Democrat candidates and they all said we will not cross the picket line so then they're like well wait a minute you have a debate but while we're not well we're not going to go and you can't make me and so they had to come to some kind of an agreement with this or else there would have been no debate in what would be a satyr place on Friday without the Democrat debate on Thursday well that's so great they save the lunch lady sloppy Joes for everybody we're having a debate mmhm unite here local eleven the labor union representing the workers I said that their plan was to pick at the debate if no agreement had been reached if it to pay just and none of the Democrats won the Best Picture of them crossing the picket line now the only person picketing the debate will be Cory Booker heavy stand aside what made you write with a crying shame sparred again so yeah so all the all the Democrats all seven Democrats who who qualified we'll be there so that is Andrew Yang let's see Bernie Sanders we have Elizabeth Warren we have Tom Stiers we have a whole woman missing Joe Biden forgot to buy them cars for missing two more who was missing I don't know I don't remember her of what a judge judge regrettably judge okay forgot to judge five a charcoal which are that's it okay the closure we got thank you heather we're tries trying to do it off the top of my head I do want to cheat yeah so you went into that not even caring whether or not you can find the end well you do some I counted on my partner who is far smarter than I know to have the answer and he failed to me yeah thanks for thanks for pulling your weight here last year apparently according to PBS this is a big one for Pete booted judge because he has taken off in the polls since the last debate and he is now near the top of the pack a lot of people didn't see that so tonight is a very very smart is a very big night for people to judge yeah he's doing back in Iowa and New Hampshire not doing well among black voters no you're not like him no he's not but you know and and also by name Warren struggled in the last debate so this is also being there for them as well I mean it's a big night for all of them obviously but the focus being really on those three to see of Biden Warren can do better and it booted judge can continue the momentum that he has so I took two morning even says that you put on your your pajama Grampa jamas I'll put on my will meet will watch TV I will watch eight o'clock tomorrow yeah I'll pick it up about thirty minutes and after they get done talking about impeachment for half an hour okay this is like a you know I mean I got the popcorn we're good this is seven fifty one Eric in military.
December's Democratic presidential debate will go on
"The last twenty nineteen democratic presidential debate will go on as planned at Loyola Marymount university campus after straight with a local union put the debate at risk we mentioned yesterday also in Canada threaten to pull out of the event rather than cross the picket line now in LA senator Elizabeth Warren says this is a big victory for workers in the state when I am president of the United States we will put more power back in the hands of the people the Thursday night debate is tomorrow our coverage begins at seven
Democratic Presidential Debate To Go Forward At Loyola Marymount After Union Deal Reached
"The democratic presidential candidates who qualified for Thursday's debate at Loyola Marymount university in LA had threatened to boycott the event if the school didn't settle a labor dispute situation of our union member's celebrating their pay increase and lower healthcare costs is part of the new deal they've agreed to union leaders Susan Monado making the official announcement democratic debate scheduled for Thursday December nineteenth Los Angeles is that means seven Democrats will take the stage on Thursday night for another three hour
Democratic debate to proceed after labor agreement reached
"The Democratic National Committee has announced to the democratic presidential debate on Thursday will proceed as planned saying the party stepped in to arrange a settlement to a labor dispute that had threatened to form a union representing workers on the Loyola Marymount university campus had been in negotiations with the Sodexo food service company since March and workers began picketing in November all seven candidates who qualify for the debate pledged to boycott the event rather than cross the picket line DNC chairman Tom Peres city help bring the stakeholders to the table to reach a deal the debate co hosted by PBS newshour and politico is set to begin at eight PM eastern this Thursday I'm Jennifer king
Democratic Debate Will Go On, After Labor Agreement Is Reached
"Scandal democratic campaign debate will happen this schedule for Loyola Marymount university in Los Angeles on Thursday but it was threatened due to the presidential hopefuls not wanted to cross a
Labor dispute putting Democratic debate in jeopardy
"The democratic party's National Committee is in a bind when it comes the next presidential candidates to debate a labor dispute could disrupt the democratic presidential debate planned for next Thursday in Los Angeles all of the candidates scheduled to take part say they will not cross picket lines at Loyola Marymount university a labor union called unite here local eleven says it's been negotiating since March on the collective bargaining agreement for one hundred fifty cooks dishwashers cashiers and servers who work on the campus loyal American says it is not a party to the contract negotiations scheduled to take part in the debate are Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders Amy clubbers sharp Pete booted judge Tom Steiner and Andrew
Democratic candidates threaten to boycott next debate
"A labor dispute at the venue for next week's democratic presidential debate is putting that event in jeopardy the Democratic National Committee says it's trying to come up with an acceptable resolution that would allow the presidential candidates debate schedule next Thursday in Los Angeles to proceed all seven of the candidates scheduled to take part are threatening to boycott the event at Loyola Marymount university if an ongoing labor dispute forces them to cross picket lines unite here local eleven says it's been negotiating with the service company since March on a collective bargaining agreement for one hundred fifty workers on the university's campus the union says the company abruptly
Democrats say they won't cross picket line over union conflict at debate host site
"And more Democratic candidates or saying they will not cross the picket. They could line to participate in next week's presidential debate. The event is scheduled to take place at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. NPR's Juana Summers the report. Campus workers. There are locked in a labor dispute. Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders Joe Biden and Andrew. Yang are among the candidates who say they won't Cross a picket line in order to take the debate. Stage the leaders of unite here local eleven which represents more than one hundred fifty food service workers say. They've been picketing since November November unable to reach a resolution in negotiations for a collective bargaining agreement with the subcontractor. That employs them. They say they're planning to pick it on campus the day of the Democratic Debate Elizabeth. Warren was the first handed it to signal that she wouldn't cross the picket line saying on twitter about the Democratic National Committee should find a solution in that lives up to Democrats commitment to fight for working.
Democrats threaten to boycott next debate over labor dispute
"A labor dispute could disrupt the democratic presidential debate planned for next Thursday in Los Angeles all of the candidates scheduled to take part say they will not cross picket lines at Loyola Marymount university a labor union called unite here local eleven says it's been negotiating since March on the collective bargaining agreement for one hundred fifty cooks dishwashers cashiers and servers who work on the campus loyal American out says it is not a party to the contract negotiations scheduled to take part in the debate are Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders Amy clubbers sharp Pete booted judge Thomas tire and Andrew gag hi Mike Ross yeah
2020 candidates vow to boycott next debate to support union protests
"The Democrats next presidential debate is set for next week in LA but a labor dispute could jeopardize it at least three democratic presidential candidates are threatening to skip next week's DNC debate at Loyola Marymount university in Los Angeles senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and entrepreneur Andrew Yang each tweeting that a labor dispute needs to get resolved before they will participate in the debate the debate location was moved to LMU from UCLA because of a labor issue Warren tweeting the DNC should find a solution that lives up to our party's commitment to fight for working people I will not cross the union's picket line even if it means missing the
Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October
"October is breast cancer awareness month and here's just a partial list of companies that will offer pink products in order to raise awareness about breast cancer Skechers swelled water bottles an era bread diet coke mega bus Estee Lauder and tons of other beauty brands delta airlines it has a pink planes dubbed breast cancer one there is not a consumer product category in America that is not pink ribbon free so hasn't breast cancer he reached peak awareness my next guest says even though everyone knows that breast cancer exists most women know very little about the disease itself Kate picker is a former staff writer for time magazine and a journalism professor at Loyola Marymount university and her latest book sets out to change that the book is called radical the science culture and history of breast cancer in America Kate welcome back to W. NYC thanks a lot for having me so you started writing this book because of your own diagnosis what was it from that experience that made you think I have to read the entire book about this now well I was diagnosed but it was thirty five years old so I was very young much younger than a typical American women diagnosed with breast cancer so it was a very scary experience but because I was a health care reporter I got to work immediately trying to research and learn as much as I could about my diagnosis and the treatments that I would undergo and I learned so many fascinating things I would say just in the first week or two after my diagnosis that I thought if I am a health care reporter and I didn't know these things surely other women I don't know either and as I did the reporting for the book I definitely found that to be the case of so the the purpose of the book is really to sort of empower women give them more information so they can make really informed choices so you describe a
An Interview With Actor and NFL Veteran Anthony Alabi
"My next. Guest is an actor writer and a former n._f._l. Player and he's been talented at all three. His name. Is anthony lobby anthony. Thank thank you for being on the show today. How's life treating you. It's gone great man. Thanks for having me. I really appreciate it. I have notes all across my desk about your life and i feel anthony. I always think the joke that like if anybody ever to this much detail to know about somebody else's life. They needed to be a stocker podcast host so i'm. I'm glad i'm the podcast you the podcasts at least at least what you tell me so. I don't know where to start here. So as you're growing up right you grow up and seeing antonio oneal dad. Has this like love of of movies and is that where you pick it up from my dad is my parents foreign so my dad is nigerian. My mother is puerto rican and so my dad a lot of time to connect to american culture he watch movies and so he would take us to the theaters on sunday to the theater on sundays and what would happen is we'd say they're basically from my. I don't know nine or ten in the morning until like eight thirty nine o'clock tonight. Why and watch just watch like three or four movies. And of course i loved it because of the fact that you know i wanted to be everything i saw aw and i think one of the times we went. I either had enough of it or he was just like let me tell let me let him in on this but he was like you know what you can be all of those things. If you're an actor and i was like what's that he explained it and i ended up i lit up and it was from that moment on. It was like all i wanted to do. Is there a particular movie or actor anthony that you see in your like like you know what that's the one or this is the movie that i has really ignited that flame in me to to want to be go into acting yeah you know honestly there wasn't one significant thing one memory i do have <hes> and it's still one of the first time when i was kind of told what an actor was was. I remember watching this and i'm sure now. It's like the cheesy lifetime movie as a kid of the hank gathers story. Do you remember this. I do yeah yeah eh loyola marymount right. That's right yeah. That's the first my her that school and like he he died of heart heart condition and i remember i cried so hard because sounds like wow that guy's dead and and i was so scared like not scared but more just like i felt so bad that he was gone. My parents were like it's okay like he's fine in real life i was like what are you talking talking about. He just died and that was another instance where they were like. No no no he was acting and i was like what was i remember. I told you actors look and they showed me a movie with that same actor in something else and i was like oh my god and i think that for me that has always kind of been burned into my head as being something like that one what do that. I want to move people like that and it's almost like a bryan song right. We're yeah. It's definitely acting portraying somebody. That's very very real and right yeah. That's a great. I never would have expected that. I mean that's a pretty great. That's a powerful answer man. That's that's a little. That's a little more than acting. That's just really being moved but not only a person but certainly only your love of acting yeah and for me i just i loved the idea that you can move someone and that you can kind of change people's perceptions and just the power our that the art. Has you know what i mean and i fell in love with it anyway <hes> so i have to say. I want to come back to acting obviously but we got to start off at the beginning so i thought i read this. If i'm wrong. Please correct me at anytime you and yet you attended the naval academy. Is that correct i did. Yes well one that super hard to get into and it's one of the if it's on par with harvard for those of you listening that don't know it is. I'm you have to get a letter from what like a representative or congressman again. You're being person yeah yeah. There's two ways to get you need to be appointed or you can be kind of i forgot the name of it but recommended basically so by by congressman and then it's put put to a vote and it's very difficult process. I was appointed <hes> and <hes> you gotta think football for that but yeah they appointed me to the naval academy and i and and i you know i ended up going for about a semester i think i i went and i love and the worst thing you didn't like. The military's actually loved it. I'm super structured sure. I'm very type a. so i loved that part of it for me just kind of tying it into football. The thing that i didn't agree with was just that you know at navy they're passionate about beating army and that was everything you know and i appreciated it and i love the pageantry of it but i just didn't feel like anything anything like the other games whereas significant you know what i mean so they went one in twelve and beat army was a winning season. You know what i mean. I just you know overall it just did the wasn't there and so that's when i transferred and walked on at t._c._u. Yeah that's a very complex situation at navy it. It's definitely a an honor to go there and to be there but yeah. I mean you kind of want for sports. Perspective bigger things and t._c._u. Is certainly that right. I mean that is a hop and yeah i think when i got there they had just kind of gotten to that point where they were getting national recognition as as a top tier you know what i mean yeah yeah and then you drafted by the dolphins you play for nick sabin talk about him a little bit anthony. Was he tough to play for. I mean you get the is very rigid at the naval academy. I would imagine the life in general right. I got the feeling that that's kind of nick sabin but just the football version of that absolutely you know nick is when he drafted me you know he's very straightforward straight forward and and he is a funny guy. That's thank you realize he's actually really funny but he's very he's very serious about football. He knows football. He's he's a genius sat. It and he's not what you would call it. A players coach and i know that that kind of new movement not new but the movement for the past few years in the n._f._l. Or decade or so as been this claire coach thing which is worked out because i think when you get into the n._f._l. You deal with egos. You guys have bank accounts and kids and i think you get to that point you. You can't really throw a dictatorship at them. You know what i mean. So i think that nick sabin he was though he's an excellent coach and he's phenomenal what he does. I think it was very tough for him kind of being in the n._f._l. Because you can't you can't just kind of rule over everybody the way you do in college you know in college. Those kids are looking to take take them to the promised land now. Whether that's a national championship or getting drafted you can get them. There and you've been there so they listened to. They hang on your every word in the n._f._l. You can't necessarily thoroughly do that because these are grown men. You know what i mean and so i remember i remember story particularly where we lost a game pretty badly and it goes to the front of the room and he goes now. You guys don't start doing what i tell you to do. I'm gonna whoop you look my kids and obviously he was kidding but he just kind of he was so upset and he let that out and i remember vonnie holliday who was a defensive tackle. At the time six foot six long arms built like superman he stood up and he goes a nick back when you come and try on what me and i remember going all right vanni we all right. What i'm saying is the point. Is you know and so i think i think that's kind of thing but overall. He's a great guy. I always had a great relationship with him. He's very intense about football which makes him so good at his job but it was a different. It was a different beast. I think being in the n._f._l. And i think where he where he is now is the perfect place for him to be. I think you know they eat breathe and sleep football. Uh and i think that's where he should be yeah. He's licking icon down there absolutely here yeah so. I have to ask you because i do live in massachusetts. It's on forty five minutes away from right so boy okay so you play for miami or the senior in the a._f._c. Straight talk about i mean there just seems to me a universal hate for the because they win but for for tom brady and belle attack. What's your purse. I mean you. You have a unique experience. Here's where you can comment because you've played against them. You've had background. What's your take on that whole thing their dominance lately a lot lately but for a long period of time to start this answer with the fact that my wife is from boston ace so i have to hear from in-laws laws constantly but that being said we played them twice a year. I personally don't like new england win the patriots but not for the reasons that everybody else i played against them so when at in the era that i was playing i didn't like the players played against us. Because i you know and please don't confuse it with respect. I respect that team and i respect those players. I don't like the players that played against because of the way they played and they did certain things and that's just more or inside baseball. It's like little things that are like you know considered like upstanding or norms in football that they broke just to kind of be jerks. You know what i mean like pushing a guy over a pile or being a prick about something but other than that the team itself the reason why they get hated on is because they're so good right and they're good because bill check is honestly that guy's a genius and what he does and the systems they have in place. It's built on it's built on teamwork and it's built on the system. Not the players were and that's why why win. Tom brady goes down as wonderful fantastic as is someone like jimmy. Garoppolo or or the other guy could jump in there and function
Powell stops short of committing to rate cuts
"Federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell said this morning the president trump trade wars have complicated the fed's ability to set the interest rate policies offer any clear signal about further interest rate cuts but in the wake of his speech this morning some analysts still foresee the likelihood of more interest rate cuts to quote one business economist at Loyola Marymount university he I still think the feds will cut the interest rate in September as an insurance
Trump's right: Declare Baltimore a 'disaster' and rebuild it
"I'm holding in my baby brown the terrain fingers an article from the Baltimore sun headline trumps right the clear Baltimore a disaster and rebuild it this was written November nine twenty eight sixteen so this was just a few days after the president had been elected president he was still president elect at that time written by Shawn Kennedy here's what John Kennedy said again November nine twenty sixteen headline trumps right the clear Baltimore a disaster and rebuild it Donald Trump is known for his hyperbole but not all of these ideas are stretch our inner cities are a disaster as he said in the final presidential debate and they should be officially declared cell the idea of radical revolutionary and just what urban America needs right John Kennedy a federal disaster declaration for a most impoverished neighborhoods hit hard by crime urban blight in economic malaise when the president declares an area to be a disaster additional federal assistance can be applied while regulators and rules for rebuilding and revitalizing the affected area or often waived or reduced in Baltimore the fall in income and wealth has been especially dramatic according to Loyola Marymount economic professor Stephen Walters property and income taxes have risen dramatically while real income especially for minorities in the inner city have fallen precipitously since nineteen fifty as a tax bank based track in the city the wealth gap grew dramatically with the poorest twenty percent in an area worth equal
"loyola marymount" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Tunnels my sponsor too. I'm telling you, man. Cadillac Escalade, you remember one of those back in the day that with the rims and stuff like that. Like that was a cat. Daddy. Wait. Wait. What year is it? What year is it? It's a it's took a ninety two what color. It's kind of a liked hand. You got white walls. No, I don't know why it was black walls, but they're continentals. And they're sweet. Wait here that baby. What's the best car you ever owned? I car was a nineteen seventy two Monte Carlo. And I paid for it with the money I made from Dublin. Cutting grass and working for the water department. And that really I wasn't the best. No, no, no mine was a sixty nine Volkswagen that had no floorboard in the back. So anybody who sat in the back seat? They had to have their legs up the entire time. It was like the Flintstones you as you as you might expect. I didn't get a lot of girls. No. No. There was not what did you say to Chuma KiKi when you came out? Now, he's been injured towards ACL. He's being wheeled out to the bench. You lean in to start the second half. And you say something and everybody starts laughing. What did you say because it felt like it was one of those tense moments there? This poor guys season's over. Well, all right. One of his teammates Maliki Dumbarton knows how to find the camera even better than his head tells you, okay? And so so Balik like asked me before the game. He says coach could I wear hummus jersey in warm ups. And of course, my first reaction is man Maliki. There you go. Nobody is the camera better than you not out loving and touching. It is. Molycorp the cameras. So anyways, they will chew out. And I said I said you are starting to act like me. Cameras all over you. That's good. Got him to smile because he is he's the last thing would want is the camera. Not really can't handle it. It's just that. He wants to give everybody else the credit. He is he's our most valuable player is our best player, then he'd have been a late first rounder this year. And so one of the reasons why I was emotional after the game is because it's probably going to have to wait a year. And and he'll be fine. He has a spectacular spectacular athlete. I'm sorry. The country is not going to get to see him play. Because we're out during the flood Kansas North Carolina. And he was the best player floor that nobody heard about. I also worry about you on the sidelines. Coach I I don't know if you've ever been hooked up to a heart monitor. But I would be curious what your EKG looks like during a game. Because there's one moment that Kentucky game where your sweat pouring off. You still get your tie tied all the way to the top. And it looks like you're trying to defend one of the Kentucky kids shooting at three. Well, somebody has to get a hand up. Got to get a hand, man. I worry I worry about you. I do know. I appreciate that, my friend. Listen, I'm that way in practice. I'm that way for division two exhibition game. And I'm that way. I'm that way where we play Kentucky. So the kids never seen anything different. Now when we get off the floor. It shuts down it's different. But we're going to get between those lines. Okay. Start the clock. It's time it's time. And that's how I want my teams to play. They gotta be able to handle the coaching and handle the the challenges that we put on them. And and I'll be for most three pointers made through the first four games of an NC double A tournament. This is all time the two thousand one Duke team, then the twenty eight Villanova team the twenty nine thousand nine Auburn team. Only to be surpassed by this year's Purdue team with Carson Edwards and you go back to the number one team shooting threes. Nineteen ninety Loyola Marymount. How would they be today? Coach if Loyola Marymount was playing now with that style because they they were so far Paul Westhead was so far ahead of everybody with this. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you know, what I remember Paul's teams, very very well. And and you know, Tom Davis, Paul Westhead. Those guys kinda grew up in the east actually come was a midwestern guy, but he coached at Lafayette coach at Boston College. And of course, against those guys they were ahead of their time. They were innovators, and you know, we've been shooting three ball a long time when I was at Tennessee, Chris Lofton became the all time greatest three point shooter until I can't Auburn. And then Bryce Brown, you know, maybe has surpassed him. So the inside three is the best play in basketball the second. Best offense apply is is is the perimeter three. And and so listen, we Kentucky did a great job of taking it away from us. And as a result, we had to get downhill and get to the ramming period. Harper Bryce Brown made one on one place in space to tell hours to advance a Virginia will do the same thing down there. They are. I think. Team shoot twenty nine percent from three against they've got links. At almost every position they got big long guards, switch out some and and and and and we're going to have to hope we make some. But if we don't you gotta find another way to beat them. You said this is back in the early part of the season. You just lost to Duke, and we had you on from Hawaii in the Malian vegetation. You said there beatable because I think people thought nukes gonna go undefeated. And you said, no, they are beatable, and they don't have a lot of depth. What we later found out is they didn't shoot well from the line, and they didn't shoot. Well from the three point line is this a disappointing season at Duke. You know, I'm a coach. And so I've got to give an answer a from that perspective. Okay. You know, when you are a number one seed when you were when you win thirty something ballgames when you get to the elite eight, you know, you can't eat we can't ever call that a disappointing season. The issue with the disappointment. Dan is again taking advantage of the opportunities. When are we going to get guys like, you know, bear it and and and camera. Williamson you know, maybe three and a top ten players tuna top five players together again and for those guys not to win a national championship. But I think we're seeing that more often than not and you're seeing teams win the more experience, Texas Tech, a lot of seniors Auburn, our guys have been here awhile, which can state, you know, when it comes right down to it are able to win it at the end just because of you know, maybe it was on finish business from the year before Duke those kids weren't together here before they hadn't come close. Sometimes. And you look at this tell me times did you come close to winning a championship. And then the next year you want it, and that's what experience brings and that's something that they just don't have any up. Do you know off the top of your head? Anybody more exciting in one year in college basketball Zion? Williamson. Not best. I'm talking about exciting. As anybody been more exciting than Zion. This year. No, you know, maybe my first reaction was showing the camp back when he first played a Kentucky. You could just see what what an incredible athlete. He was knows something. And Dan, let me tell you something. This system is not broke. Okay. Williamson was a terrific athlete from Spartanburg, South Carolina that hardly anybody knew about he goes to Duke and he's plays college basketball for four or five months. And now he's the number one player in the draft. He is going to be able to say that the endorsements the contracts we've got to know him a little bit more as a man not just a player. Don't tell me that the time that he spent at Duke figuring out how to do it the right way the training that he got exposure got those coaches didn't help him be much more successful at the next level at listen. I'm all for kids being able to go school. I I'm for the liberty and the freedom of this country. Absolutely. But there's nothing broke about our system. Having those kids come to college for a year. Getting a that kid is going to be part of Duke forever. The NBA he'll come back and get his degree. He'll bring his family back to to those games. And he's got to connect. And he's much more Grady now on and off the court to be able to handle the rigors of an NBA season the men in the locker room as go be a boy for another year. And and learn how to be a man. And and so I just think our system's not broke people have made way too much about the ills of the one and done see in Minneapolis coach. Congrats. Thank you. Thank you, Dan. Appreciate Bruce Pearl. Continental tire coaches corner. Got a lot of energy. But man, I feel bad for that suit that he wears. Feels like he's gonna burst right out of it. Continental tire. The proud supporter of the Dan Patrick show. For more information on continental tire. No matter. What you drive where you drive how you drive.
"loyola marymount" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"You know how part of my thing now i want people to say that i'm heavily into scouting joy even i'm not i have a son and he doesn't do it but i like the idea of saying oh i adam he's very involved with scouting descend come up better dad than you are scout leader so i have a few things on my list i have as a former prosecutor because no one ever asked you know and they just think you know then you get to participate about whatever on about now i believe you let me tell you what's going on with this whole trump datum is a former prosecutor then i can say i've also added at junked professor at loyola marymount which means now everyone's confused and again they think i'm smarter than you are now and then i'm pretty involved in scouting you know now now more letting morally superior too you like to add that a woman by dated once killed herself over the break up but i don't wanna get into it oh she was distraught that you left her i don't want to get on you okay do you think it was because we were so charming i don't i don't wanna get into it as if i teach at class at loyal what are you doing after class listen i got i got to pretty involved with scouting so i gotta go to attend meeting yeah anyway get into it was about the time we broke up so i don't i'm not saying i caused it but you must be a hell of a lover.
"loyola marymount" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"City smoltz more no one and you're exactly right it's one thing to do that on um you know hey this guy's gonna you know uh be introduced as the next head coach at loyola marymount it's quite another thing to do it when you're dealing with somebody who is um you know possibly going to lose his job and not just his job but his entire reputation scary millions of dollars a year jerry their you're on the show is let me skipped i i could talk to you for hours about this but let me get to this i know you were to column at at the website cbs sports dot com abounded something's wrong with the ncaa is putting sean miller's innocence or guilt aside we don't know something's wrong let the ncaa there are thousands of hours of of phone calls intercepted there's documents there's indictments have been handed down is an investigation what gary parishes the solution to fix this sport you take all the stuff that you're calling dirty and you make your calling you know once upon a time in the different walk of life people say how you're gonna we gotta stop throwing people in jail for simple marijuana possession mike what the what are we doing what what people didn't stop carrying marijuana it just got legalized in a whole bunch places so now those are westerdale but once upon a time kelvin's samson it was literally ten years ago this week lost his job for implementable text messages that crazy in context yeah it's not even on it's not even a legal anymore so they just said the only reason anybody thought kelvin sense was dirty and go on the column dirty calvin says it was us just seems like nothing relatives of do they stories and but the only reason people thought that was dirtiest 'cause the instantly said it was dark now the instantly says it's clean so everybody says it's queen and and the issues we are dealing with today are similar the i like the scandal he's agents identifying college basketball players who are going to be future pros and walking either with their families or at auburn ufc working with assistant coaches to twice to gather influence over those prospects so that when they leave college they will signed with their.
"loyola marymount" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Two games in the nba tonight final two games before the allstar break nuggets and box have reached the southern minute mark of the third quarter and it's is seventy eight seventy four lead for the nuggets gary harris has twenty greek freak with twenty one lakers and timber wolves underway in the second quarter in minneapolis and the lakers lead it thirty nine to thirty five i called troops we have a couple of upsets inside the top ten number six purdue loses to wisconsin fifty seven fifty three and number five cincinnati loses to houston sixty seven sixty two number nineteen wichita state avoids the upset they beat temple mighty three eighty six meanwhile number eight ohio state in trouble on the road and penn state they trail it fifty four to twenty seven there in the second half again with fourteen minutes to play number seventeen arizona out quickly on number 25 arizona state thirty two fifteen in the first half and i back in zagreb the ninth row nights ranked team of the country they a lead loyola marymount in the first half twenty nine two seven and a well it's gone final the devil's finish off the hurricanes final score five two two penguins lead the king's two to one in the third in the third islanders threenothing over the rangers i'm jay berman the nba.
"loyola marymount" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Radio 1029 nye breaking chang strong opinions news radio one or two point nine karn fm sheridan little rock a cumulus station cbs news i'm pam coulter the white house is demanding congressional republicans persevere and the effort to repeal and replace obamacare i'm tom foty not taking the past week son at the feet has the last word on repealing obamacare president trump continues to tweet away on the subject more or less insisting republicans try and try again even suggesting changes in senate rules y health and human services secretary tom price vis system has failed that's what the president say and that's why he is demanding that congress at if we can fix it by regulation we would do so but it takes an act of congress to take care of it and that's what the president is demanding he was on abc's this week tom foty cbs news washington a state department official says blat amir putin's order to cut us embassy and consulate staff in russia by more than seven hundred is a regrettable and uncalledfor act he was responding to the bill passed by congress that imposes new saying japan's on russia former cia russia analysts melvin goodman right now i think president trump and tied because congress very leery it give the president more power and diplomatic dealings with russia because trump has not reacted furiously to the issue of russian hacking into the democratic national committee the us is giving north korea an up close and personal look at its military might cbs's danielle nottingham the united states bluetooth supersonic b1 bombers over the korean peninsula today escorted by south korean and japanese fighter jets a direct response to north korea's most advanced missile test to date overnight the you as demonstrated its ability to intercept ballistic missiles and a planned test the fad missile defense program in alaska michael genevisi as president of the global policy institute at loyola marymount university a flyover joint military activities all those are designed to let the of adversary may be the opponent no that we're ready we're prepared we've got our eyes open a growing number of countries including the.
"loyola marymount" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"So show up at loyola marymount especially if you concerned about this too delmar and coal over boulevard in playa del rey that's going gonna be this saturday from one to three at a place called roszke hall and other one of these filet departed transportation open houses of and of course will loaded again with the activists in these big boards of people ride on love what you're doing you make us safer but you gotta get there they're all part of the scam against barnes guilty there are no their their lives are being valued at triple the wives of a driver of course they show up there to to make a racket and they're they're getting they're getting tax money funnelled to them as well those people are employees that show up there are practically on the payroll these bikers these bikers are corrupt asked and they've infiltrated the system and are getting paid off and now they got a formula that values their lives at bike by three times compared to a car driver when we come back the return of john mccain the washington dc is the drama continues to build of the gonna do about healthcare next john and ken kfi and your markets this ice agents have arrested a pastor from echo partners in fraser arrest was that he and he has a final order of removal back in 1995 lawyer know any rodriguez says the arrests during an immigration checking yesterday was a surprise she says behavior criminal record other than ignoring a deport haitian order she says it's likely demand will be sent back to latah mollah.