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"mark eric" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"mark eric" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"I see it. These are the things we don't make up. That have actually happened. Go back to daniel pearl. Go back to the beach scene of all the isis fighters. You know severing the heads off of people. This is what they are who they are what they do. I don't want this to happen to anybody. Is there any option available and do we have any earthly idea. Can we finally find out how many americans of mine enemy lines. How many afghani allies by an enemy lines. Well you know. And i'll point out show on that. The number two of the taliban is a terrorist by the name of suraj economy. His network the hassani network closely aligned with the taliban and al-qaeda. You know the administration wants you to believe there's good terrorists and bad terrorists. We can work with the good ones against the bad ones. They all intermarry. They're all intermingled. Gas sometimes factions by the end of the day there to wage jihad on the west. They're holding an american hostage right now. They've been holding them for a year and a half. He's a navy veteran names. Mark eric. the thing the alabama of the most was for all us forces to surrender and leave. You would have thought biting. Could've gotten one hostage back for that. And they still have them. They have a laws. they're going to use. This is mostly going to be used as ransom but there might be some killings to show that this series nope that's absolutely right and they have a long history of and remember this is the same crew that led. You know that's around by those around. Obama that led to the rise of isis and americans being beheaded on international television in orange jumpsuits jordanian pilot. That was burned alive And but this crew around biden. You know sullivan lincoln austin all of them believe you can appease terrorists if you just concede enough if you just give enough. If you're just nice enough they'll be nice back. And i unfortunately i'm out of time for the interview but i want just thank you for being one of the few guys that have been so open honest because it's been really hard to get truthful answers at an. I know we're being lied to. I have enough people that have confirmed that for me. Repeatedly congressman. We gotta pray for our fellow. Americans pray for these allies that they don't get slaughtered but we have no leverage and i I fear you may be right. But i pray to god. We're both wrong. I hope we're dead wrong can say oh it worked out. The taliban kept their word. I don't expect those words ever coming out of my mouth to be honest anyway sir. Thank you for the good work you're doing. Please keep us informed along the way. Thank you eight hundred nine. Four one sean. As number we'll get to your calls Last harrow the program today and hannity tonight at nine. Hey take a look at your cell phone bill. take a look now if you're with verizon. At and t. t. Mobile big carriers. 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Sean is our number Let's say hi. To fill in texas phil glad you call pension Dad lost his eyesight. In vietnam was seven years old in nineteen seventy five and i remember vividly sitting on the living room floor with him behind me watching the thing in saigon unfold and he could see he couldn't see you can hear the commentators and he asked me sound. What are you seeing total. Dads they're holding onto the bottom of the helicopters and he said oh my god i lost my sight for this so when i see the debacle unfolded in afghanistan and then i see in dover that sock puppet looking at his watch looking at his watch while men and women noble marie or being off loaded. It made be sick to my core. I wanted you know what's sean soldiers die. That's a fact of life. But when our marines the best we have to offer are used as cannon fodder. That's something entirely different. So i've got a message for the biden regime for all the puppeteers behind the scenes pulling that empty sock puppet strings you keep the names of those greens out of your filthy treacherous mouths. We all say their names. We all immortalize them. You have no rights keeping names out of your mouth. I'm sick and sean. But when i see the internal and external threats in this country listening to those gold star parents it breaks. My heart breaks my heart. I feel exactly as you do. It breaks my heart. I can't imagine this you know. Here's the reality. And i've spoken to them both now on air and off air la- game you never the same. How could you possibly be the same and and biden looking at his watch. Oh i share your anger. Did he had something else. More important to was looking for his nap time. Not even general milley. You have no honor sir. You do not represent what an opposition represent obama spin eight years fundamentally transforming and reimagining our officer corps and. You're seeing the results of that now but he does not represent the overwhelming majority of the officers. Enlisted in the armed forces. He should burn fire from the air force base alone and giving that territory up. Which by the way was not going to happen. In the trump deal just like the taliban wouldn't have been on the march they would have been blown into the oblivion. I mean the fact that we're gets me really even more angry. Not that i'm trying to work fell is all of this was easily preventable. All of it. This was not a heavy lift. It was americans. Seeing the taliban the march and obliterating them would without risking a single american life with the new modern technology we have if for warfare. This was not hardly leaving all of that that all of our top weapons behind them planes and blackhawks and i drones. I just like i cannot believe. What a spectacular fail this is and listening to. This is incoherent mumbling bumbling. You know so call president. He doesn't even know what day of the week it is. It's heartbreaking to know this. They lost their kids..

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Major League Baseball to hold first Lou Gehrig Day on June 2

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Major League Baseball to hold first Lou Gehrig Day on June 2

"Garak joins Jackie Robinson and Roberto Clemente as players who are honored throughout the league I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth June second marks the ninety sixth anniversary of when Gehrig started at first base for the New York Yankees in place of Wally pipp starting his record streak of consecutive games played June second was also the day in nineteen forty one Gary died at the age of thirty seven Amiot trophic lateral sclerosis or ALS I might have been given a bad grade but I've got an awful lot on June second each home team will have for a LS logo's in ballparks to mark Eric's number for money will be raised to fight ALS also called Lou Gehrig's disease I'm at Donahue

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"mark eric" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"mark eric" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You got us for another half hour that he's got Chicago's College tailgate J Hood out of a Dalek. Jump out at 10 30. They lead you right up to the counter Dame Louisville games of Big Games and all. They see Alabama Georgia later on tonight, so he'll be wearing his Georgia garb. No doubt. As he gets ready for that one later on this evening marks and her friend Guv'nor. We're talking baseball and really, that's the bears. But before we do, Mark Eric's going to jump on and get some of our poll results are a couple of polls earlier today. Together. All right, So the first one that we did is what sport do you enjoy Joe back calling games more. This one's actually really, really close with the two options were baseball and football. Baseball got 51% of the votes. Football got 49% of the votes. That's pretty amazing middle a lot of write in votes saying, Where's my question? For none for I hate Joe Buck? No, not not that I have been too easy. That's low hanging fruit. Yes, it is. Yes, it is. How about the other one? The other one? I worded it. Are you still watching the MLB playoffs? Because I didn't want to be like, Yeah, I watch the Cubs in stock. So are you still watching the MLB playoffs? Yes or no? Yes. Is 46% know is 54%. Okay, So in my opinion, I would say those 54% are not true Baseball fans, right? Because if you're a baseball fan, you watch baseball with it. But look, look, not everybody has got all this time in the world and you devote the time when your fan's air with your team is playing, and if you don't have any skin in the game, necessarily don't have connection to one of the teams. It's easier to put on the back burner. But listen, But you don't have you don't have the MBA playoffs. Watch If you watch that, you know the NHL playoffs to watch if you watch that right now, all you have Got started at ESPN for some bizarre reason. Most of the people that work at ESPN National all watched the bachelor Eric you a bachelor fan. It's on at the house because the wife watches it, but I'm pretty much always work Monday night, so I kind of get away from having to watch it. Would you like it if you weren't working passively like if there was nothing else on it's on like she has the TV and it is what it is. So you're going to be. You're going to see some of it exactly like I could give you the names like I know what Claire's up to right now and all that. But I'm solar launching. I am so glad I have no idea. I barely even knew that it was on except for the promo is that they run And to me, it's been on for, like 20 or 30 years. I'm sure it hasn't been on that long. But I I mean, I don't think I've watched five minutes of All of it collectively. Thankfully, I don't have never turned it out at all. There's actually a TV show that's based on that kind of concept, which I've watched a couple of times, which is very funny. I can't run the name of it right now. But it's really a good show. But I won't sit. Watch the bachelor or the bachelorette. And it's amazing the way people get into it. But you know what? Everybody has their guilty pleasures. Okay. I watched the voice a lot. I have watched. I didn't watch the last year. So much is Tom. Now That's all that video and stuff like that. Watch that one show the mass singer. No, No, I haven't watched that. It seems intriguing. I just don't want to get sucked into something like that when there are better things to watch the MLB playoffs, But I'll tell you, the bachelor just like watching a Jerry Springer or a more pulled it or whatever. It's when people Go through tough times. Other people watch it, and this is obvious because they feel better about themselves. I guess, I guess I mean, sometimes you need that. I guess I guess you do. I just I just grab a beer Is that 312332377 light years? Well the other days last Saturday, had three. That was, but they were all High alcohol. I had a Bourbon County stout from 2014 proprietor's I had a big hugs but was 10% alcohol by volume that I had one from toppling Goliath in Decorah, Iowa. That was about about 9% out while we're sitting down when you wanted all this. Yes, I wass And for the rest of the night, I was sitting down too, and realized you could only do those three. If you're sitting down and you're at home. You can't sitting down and then laying down immediately there afterwards. But, yeah, so but anyway, 3123323776 bears here in Carolina and get our bears conversation started. Let's go to the phones. Talk about a guy five Bob, which happened? Good morning, guys. I love your topic this morning for me. Joe Buck sucks. My guy was always John Madden. Because yours get the arms going in the gyrations of it. You've got sound effects with it. That's for us to remember John Man. It was bad musicals anyways, anyways assed game girls. How can I say run the football This should be The Bears get better offensive lined in because they're horrible. Okay, run, Run Run. Patterson and Montgomery ought to be running all day if the line's blocked form because Carolina's week there, okay? And I also think we need to go home or to the right hand tight and said would help Are you there? Okay. And the defense? This ought to be the game where the bears back fields to do. Very, very well. I'm fan of Jackson floor back there. They really proven themselves to be very, very good. Probably. I'm looking for about two interceptions. But we're gonna need to do something to stop the run up the middle. Because Davis is very good males will have to remember Teddy. He's not. He's not. You know this guy's mobile in the backfield. He will run on you, and he is accurate when he throws out of there, get some pressure on him. I think the bearers should do okay. I'm actually happy that they've got a shot to be a Clavin. One kind of my thoughts, gentlemen and Bob we appreciate is always and Bob brought up a great point, because I've heard a lot of talk this week on the station. They're all saying, Well, you know, they're the worst Ford one team in the NFL. They're the worst board one team in the history of the I don't care. I don't care. They have four wins. And you know what you do What did cap say? Throughout the entire baseball season, you wake up. You get up in the morning, you go out and try to figure out a way to win a game..

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"mark eric" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"mark eric" Discussed on KGO 810

"Well, First of all, I think we would always remind people that Wall Street is not Main Street. The stock market was given a huge shot that they are by. Many measures of the Federal Reserve talk that are aimed at keeping the financial system from seething up. The other part is an issue near and dear to those around the heart of your listening area, and that is technology sector has been viewed as you might say, a white knight in this situation because of technology. Not only it's helped to keep all of us, let's say working on solutions that help us to get our jobs done. Onda also solutions, too, by the way, the medical crisis but also the fact that these areas a great growth for the country and the global economy. And so these are the stocks that really led the way. There's not been tremendous participation beyond the technology realm, and let's say, you know, people bidding up stocks there. Wedded to the notion of the arrival, the vaccine or progress that is seen with the vaccine. So what I would say is that at some point there will be probably a rotation out of those kinds of stocks and into the broader market. But that will be As we see truly over the horizon, the broader economy on the man and so, for example, with record low interest rates right now, that's not great for the financial sector, but it's helping aspect of the financial sector. That, for example, are related to the home sales because we have record low mortgage rates as well, and that's really kind of propped up the housing market here. On a national basis. And obviously you saw of the major banks reporting their earnings. Not that long ago where they did a great job generating profits where they could Based on trading, But they're also taking billions of dollars in a loan loss reserves because of the fear and likely to some degree, the reality that Billy losing money on their lending. So what I would say is, you know people are absolutely right and your questions right on to say. There is a disconnect between Wall Street on the broader economy, but that doesn't make those the games. They're singing for those selected stocks fictitious of those air. Those air days that can be booked and and I would say, you know, there's a fundamental idea that's attached to investing and that is you don't invest on necessarily what's happened in the past. You want to try to invest in tests anticipating the future. That's a big part of what's happening here because we know that while you know we will not be proud of the way that our country has, I would say failed in responding to the virus year today, so to speak. I think at some point there will be something that will be triumphant about the arrival of the vaccines and American no out. Ingenuity, technology research and development will be playing a big role in that. So that brings me to my next question. Which has to do a sentiment can is sentiment. One of those indicators that we look for if we start seeing something like a vaccine or successful trials, do we all of a sudden get sort of this? Morale boost and is that is that likely to translate into AH, stronger economic signals. Sentiment is important on, for example, some of the sentiment measures there really two major one that we monitor one from a conference for another from the University of Michigan and indicated that assessments of the future are weaker than the assessment of the president meeting people fearful about what may yet developed, I would say with the economy, which is ironic because it does appear That the worst is behind us, at least with respect to the decline and or contraction in the economy and and hind unemployment, where we had close to 15% reported by the Labor Department earlier this year. But what probably that would be ah, to some degree with my used the word panacea. With the discovery and realization of vaccines that that will help cure a lot of the ills about the economy as well. But it won't restore the damaged two incomes where we know that more than half of households have suffered a loss of income. The Census Bureau's household Pulse survey tells us that More than 10% of households have suffered from not enough food to eat within the latest week. So those are all really a and a virus. Let's say being mitigated by a vaccine doesn't resolve those economic issues. But it does get at the heart of what caused the economic problem, and therefore a lot of good can result from that, because we'll know that the worst of the problems overall ought to have been behind us at that point, Indeed, indeed, Mark Eric is our bankrate dot com senior economic analyst and marksman a pleasure having on the program. Thanks for helping us break down these numbers, my man. My great pleasure. Thanks for having me. Thank you. Well, just a few moments ago, we were kicking around this unemployment benefits stimulus package. Where are we with all of these, and Frankly, it's completely up in the air. At this point, Congress is going on vacation. How is it they had until today. Now they're going to vacation. Now. I expect that leaders in Congress are going to continue to talk with White House advisers and everybody that's been part of these negotiations with negotiations once again broke down today. And now one Trump senior adviser says, Well, we just can't be helping people out too much because then they don't want to do anything. Does that actually holed up in practice? Discuss that coming up here In just a few moments. It's Chris Maryland in for Chip Franklin KGO.

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"mark eric" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"mark eric" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Ah, big time, batter or four outs or five outs at a pivotal point of that baseball game. That's the negative off last night. Yes, you have not seen the early returns on familiar not great. The early return on it would Diaz. He is one of two and save opportunities. Not great. You look Adela Betances like I mentioned, I think Betances when he's right is the best that you thinning men in all the major League baseball. They had him in the offseason. Now you get to luego the question. Maggie, is this for met fans out there? What do you value more? If you look at luego because I'd be honest with you, I think right now I could plug Seth luego into that starting rotation. He's my number two starter, and I think that would be a tremendous pair of diagram and luego at the top of my starting rotation. Where I don't have the grave concerns about my starters. I'm not reaching for a starter, you know, first turn through the rotation for my number five spot. I can quell the concern about Poor Selo. I can quell the concern a little bit about the inconsistency with Steven Matz, even though Walker looked very, very good last night, Michael Walk only give you five innings last night. I've been beat down, so you look at it. I think I could plug set, Lou go in, and he's going to be my second best starter on this team. But the question for everybody out there for me. That's what I value more. Out value. Steph Luego as a starter more now, the question for everyone out there would be this. What do you value Seth Luego as Morris because the Mets is an organization clearly clearly value Seth Luego right now, even though he is based publicly come out and said that he wants to be a starter. They value him clearly. Mohr off what he conduce with that bullpen. As a reliever, and I do think that's a mistake. I do think that's a mistake because I think I can get Maura out of Seth Luego as a starter than what I have with the restrictions and the concerns I have off of use of him in that bullpen, even though I know he's going to be a dominant bull pen Reliever. Right. Well, here's the rub. Right? So if you make him a starter, while yes, that does answer a big question mark that you have in your rotation right now, considering there's been injuries, it also answers the question like for a guy who needs rest. Does. It is a starter schedule kind of make sense. You know you could have him go out there empty the tank, and then he's got four days where he could recover and then maybe, you know, and maybe that could work for him, but think about what Mark Eric said when he joined us earlier this hour. You trust luego. You want him in your highest leverage situations. Very rare. You're high leverage situations common in your 1st 456 maybe in the fifth, but very rare that those high leverage situations are common in the early innings of the game, so I think they because they trust him so much he becomes Too important if I can not that Not that starting pitching is an important but in some ways he becomes too important just to use early in the game, So I guess I understand it. The problem is, is that I don't trust yet the back of the bullpen. So I don't know if I could make Seth luego a starter when I like having of their sort of my back pocket to know that he can't come in close games. Three if I need it. The problems aren't open close games two days in a row. I rope in close games two out of three. I don't know if he has the if his arm kid hold up, and he could be used in a way that he could be a closer at a proper sense and listen. That the past was, though approach doesn't seem to work. You know that That's I would say you could. You could deploy him for high level situations. I think that works best those when you have other arms in the bullpen, who you trust Tio. I don't know. Close out a game when it's 72. I I get that, Maggie. But what? How many games that get out of reach early? Are we gonna witness here? Save poor sellers. Next turn through is just as bad, as was his first started the year against the Atlanta Braves. Say Peterson starts tonight. We flip on that baseball game, and it's six nothing red socks in the third inning, and that game is out of reach. One. When do you get to a scenario? Where the pressure point where you look at the starting rotation, which is one point in time was a tremendous strength. Now you've got a ridiculous weakness in there, and I don't disagree. Listen Seth Luego is so good everything when Gary Keith and Ron were were speaking so glowingly of luego at the end of the game last night, it's true. He's a strike thrower. He has tremendous work ethic. He works quickly, darling pointed out. If you're a young pitcher, look at the way that luego handles himself on the mound. This is the way you want to conduct yourself as a professional. He is at the top of his craft right now. I would me personally, I need a guy that I can lean on in that starting rotation. I do. Even the walker look good last night. I need to see a little bit more. I have concerns about Rick Porcello. We've talked about how many times we have floods. Well, not even just before, even before that. I mean, I think he is what he is..

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"mark eric" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"mark eric" Discussed on No Agenda

"Don't think it's me and trump. I think it's more like me in Schumer one at a time right. You're all giddy about doing Joe Rogan. s what it is that must be it. Yeah no I'm all. GD about it to talk about the Kobe Copter crash. But let's go to Biden for all GonNa get to that and I guess I got one clip to your thing and some thoughts. But let's go to. Let's good. This is now this is on the Mark Levin Talk. Show my guy you. Can't you know he has either parkers or his own version of threats. Have you noticed that. Got Something wrong with them so they say about me see. That's my point. People look at me and go Scott something wrong with him all right. He's got some wrong with them so so so he's on there with this book Guy Who's writing a book about the bite of five Biden's who I thought was funny and he's just he's got anecdote after anecdote he goes on and on and on one after the other. This is just one of them. I could have made two or three clips and this was too long but you might as well play this. The five Biden's slides Mark Levin Clip. Five right it's like it's like a whole family of all set up corrupt. Biden's what did you find. You know it's interesting. There's two choose sides to Joe Biden. Let me begin with a real small illustration where I think proves the point. Joe Biden has been seen as the Amtrak senator. The Guy who's the regular guy who gets on the Amtrak train would go home the Delaware. That's absolutely true but in our research what we found from local newspaper accounts in Delaware is he not only did that. What if he was running late he would call amtrack and have them hold the trends so yes he was regular Joe Amtrak but if he wanted to pull strings power for his benefit he would do so he knew someone on the board yes his son his son was put on the board? Now we talked about the five Biden's we know about hunter. There's new material about hunter in in the book. The chapters seventy pages long so there's a lot of ground to cover but some of the other ones are very very interesting. James Biden for example. His brother very very interesting. Develop in November of twenty ten. This old town Biden family friend named Kevin Justice who grew grew up in Delaware with Joe. Biden's kids starts. This construction company called Hill stone goes to the White House. November twenty ten meets in Biden's office according to White House visitor logs. We don't know what they discussed market was the only time he ever visited the White House but three weeks after that meeting he appoints James Biden the vice president's brother as the executive vice president of the construction company. Now James have any concerns. Great Question Mark Eric. And the answer is no he did not in fact on the company bio which is no longer up. They said that his skill was he was comfortable in the corridors of political power. And of course. You're very comfortable when your brothers. The second most powerful man in the world. But that's just the beginning of the story about six months after James Biden becomes vice as president. This company gets a contract from the federal government to build one hundred thousand homes in Iraq. It's about a billion and a half dollar contract act. They get a twenty two million dollar contract with the State Department they get legions of other federal contracts. And that's the kind of thing you see repeated over and over with the Biden's and it's all about the timing mark. These things occur when Joe Biden is pulling the strings of governmental power at this time then he always says I don't know anything anything about it. Yeah I son my brother. My other brother I. I don't know anything about your Joe. Is the family franchise. And I think he's getting too much credit here. I thanks Joe is dumb and we. I mean we've seen nothing but dumb stuff from him throughout most of his career and I think that he he just doesn't maybe it looks like he's not even thinking through it. Let me see if I if I help these Credit Card guys. You know it's like this all all kinds of stuff with and I'm sure it's the same. Maybe maybe it's just normal course of business. Everyone else does that strange. I think it's rife I'd like to know about all is rife to argue. That wasn't his dumber summer now remains to be seen show business works exactly the same way my kid is in semi show Biz. She hasn't really WANNA be in show business. But the money's easy why because of her parents you know so you and and did I put on. MTV as a prop when she was the three years old very go yeah so I understand but MTV is a little different than being a senator or vice president president public funds which is kind of a different the major difference on the United States to do that in government because this is just as guest law not against the law to give your daughter any anything. She wants in terms of helping understand but people forget that they they just get complacent. I have a couple of Joe Clips here. None of them are great audio quality. We know why because the audio guy and the iphone on video guy. Hey Joe Apparently WanNa make him sound as crappy as possible and here. He is.

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"mark eric" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"mark eric" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Has this perspective. it was a night of extraordinary beauty a torchlight parade with young people singing and carrying books forty thousand cheered as in a striking display of heat and light twenty five thousand books gathered from stores and libraries based on list compiled largely by students burned days later yes of girls who proclaim those books and German in Berlin's are per square was named the German minister for popular enlightenment I'm German and patriotic nationalism defines itself not by who we are but by who we exclude Hemingway an American was perhaps and German HG wells Trotsky but Hitler's Germany banned its own to Einstein marks Eric remark who's all quiet on the western front brought the experience of Hitler's own folk to the world band burned vilified there was nothing beautiful about the may tenth nineteen thirty three book burnings but put yourself in the shoes of those young **** free to express their rage extravagantly applauded for doing so just a few years earlier Berlin was among the most liberal cities in the world Germany's **** party received only two point six percent of its vote the city banning books was Boston which objected to a Scribner's installment of Hemming way's a farewell to arms immoral crafting an American every book is a collaboration between reader and writer the reader considers do I agree does this change the way I see the world in ways subtle or grand it's inconvenient to those who would control our thoughts to allow alternatives other ways of being German or American how does one is still blind obedience to a leader and the kind of hatred authoritarian to rely on hatred of those who might if we're allowed to inhabit their lives through story move us to understand admire and love insist only you know the truth vilify other views and those who commit them to paper or publish them or read they're such a danger these things called Bucks with a perspective I'm make weight Clayton make weight. Clayton is the author of seven novels she lives on the peninsula you can share thoughts on a commentary online at KQED dot org slash perspectives support for perspectives comes from leave her bracer Hyman and burn scene seeking justice for the injured victims of fraud whistle blowers employees and investors in the bay area and nationally for over four decades online at L. C. H. B..

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"mark eric" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"mark eric" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Sanders touchdown Denver KO a voice for the Broncos day looking on the call quarterback Joe Flacco talked after the game on the positives coming out of that loss it's tough to look at it but we definitely learned a lot of things I think we've learned a lot of things going in from the first half the second half so hopefully we can what we put together get some rest this week it's gonna be a tough tough task you know travel back home playing against a good team next week but you know hopefully we put that stuff together and make the most of what we learned the wisdom always learned in football there's always the biggest improvement between that first and second game they're gonna get that second game under way early it's an early because the Monday night's start against the bears are covered starting early at eight AM on Sunday kick off a two twenty five right here on Kaley the voice of Colorado yeah well you heard the new QB Joe Flacco talking positive so there's not a lot of that coming from Broncos country this morning they are down in the doldrums today K. always Connor Shreve joins us live with reaction has anybody hit you with anything yet Conor. no April but your point about positivity I've been out here for hours so far this morning finally heard my first bit of positivity from a Broncos fan who said well at least they looked better in the second half now certainly positivity has not been the common ground in terms of fans I'm talking to this morning nothing off limits this fan says there's plenty of blame Gramm leach and Molly greed and of course fun Miller have just been amazing hello breeze isn't and yet we size zero pressures. and you know it's been pretty interesting is despite the offense being so inconsistent the defense has really been the focus of a lot of the fans score and I've talked to this morning they say they'd like to see more consistency when this team takes the field next week reporting live in Denver Connor Shreve came away news asking you about your early assessment of this team on Facebook this morning and where they need the most work Jason rights and coaching question mark Eric says I saw two sacks in the red zone and killed those drives that really hurt Brandon says fire Vic already no difference from Vance and here's my love from Brian he asked when does preseason and. that is that is harsh Democrat Bernie Sanders drumming up support in Colorado ahead of a super Tuesday next March he made an appearance last night at Civic Center park he says his time is well right now I am asking your help. to make sure that we defeat the most dangerous president in the modern.

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"mark eric" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:25 min | 3 years ago

"mark eric" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Q E D forum. So Mark Eric's, there are these there is this larger than life figure. I mean essential. He is the richest farmer in the world named Stewart Resnick. Who, who basically was never a farmer to begin with. But yet has come to own potential, use the most water in the state of California this. Right. So I've been chasing Stewart Resnick for fifteen years. We after I wrote a king of California with a friend of mine. Rick workman, Resnick read the book and he thought that there was a book in his story in there is, was about JJ possible. That's right. That's right. The time king who was the biggest farmer in the world at the time, but he was just growing con so Resnick is rising, and I go see him and he invited me to his mansion on Sunset Boulevard in Beverly Hills and we start talking and he's a very engaging guy. We do have one thing in common. Both our fathers were bar owners. But what's the. Only thing we have in common. He he's a remarkable story. It's really someone coming to California in that played way to reinvent themselves. He comes in the nineteen fifties and sixties. He goes to UCLA law school. And by the time he's a senior UCLA law school. He's basically a millionaire. He's cleaning buildings, his got security alarm systems in these buildings that he's basically as the vendor of. Yes. This company. That's right. And then he ends up divorcing marrying Lynda Resnick. Who's a just a genius when it comes to marketing they get Tele floral? And she creates these flowering flowers and gift. Right. And then it's the Franklin mint, you know, if you wanna get some Elvis dolls and Princess Diana plates, or whatever you go to the Franklin mint. He decides in the seventies he needs a hedge against inflation. So he comes up and over the mountain into the San Joaquin valley. He crosses that Mason Dixon line of California, which is the tach mountains. And by some farmland in Delano and Delano famous place. I mean, it's, it's one of the datelines the this civil rights Nate lines. It's where the Cesar Chavez movement was founded. Any buys it in that begins. This incredible amassing of land from the oil companies and others and the plantings of pomegranates stash stashes, almonds, and mandarins. And he ends up just basically the head of a massive massive empire. One of the things that you're very quick to point out, is that Stewart Resnick isn't of this place. And you also point that out about the San Francisco rich men who came in and bought up all the fine this land that they never got their own. Hands dirty felt like in reading your book that you have a particular contempt for that. I, I don't I don't think it's contempt. It's just it's just a an observation that when you look at Stewart Resnick on the land today, you can't help, but go back to Isaac fee lender. Ali, Ben Hagen in in Henry Miller farming place Mepham. You're okay in taking the resources of that place in bending them to an extreme the rivers making them run back. Backward. But so I it so do you feel like if they had put their hand on shovel in God into the dirt that they would not have been so willing to essentially the land as you. I don't know about that. But, but it just makes it interesting that likes to a resident would know the difference between one of his Washington naval oranges in one of his Mandarin oranges, he couldn't tell you the difference. So it's, it's an interesting observation has he ever put his foot on the shoulder of a shovel and dug into the earth. No. I don't think so. I was out on the land when he was yanking, pomegranate off a tree. And he was yanking inking so hard that when it finally came off almost fell fell over. So and you yourself you've lived in central valley grew up in center valley in your dad was a farmer. My grandfather was a farmer. Yes, in my dad was, too. But by the time I arrived, we had sold our last farm along, the San Joaquin river in my life was in suburbia, but there was a weird thing, and this was this is the disk. Connect when you're living in suburbia, in Fresno, you actually don't know about all that farm land that surrounds, you, you're kind of dumb to it, and yet there were these irrigation canals, that would knife through our neighborhoods. And as a kid, they just became part of landscaping, never asked will where's this water coming from, you know, where's it going to in into whom is it going to buy what right? Which is probably why you say that the kaffa water story is also not understood by most Californians which were trying to rectify today. We've invited our listeners to join the conversation with their questions start with KAI in Switzerland. Hi chi. Hi. Calling to ask about the person that wrote the book if he could tell me a little bit about what solution. Hat you have this problem? I think you well, one of the solutions is, I mean California in my lifetime alone is going from eleven million people to forty million the system that we built it was magnificent that system, the central valley project in the state water project combined the grandest hydraulic irrigation system, the world's ever seen we created two, if not three world class cities this farm belt in the middle that was unlike any belt anywhere. But the system is cracking and something has to give in this book is me going inside those cracks and trying to figure it out, one of the things that's going to happen is after a hundred and sixty five years, California, which has this reputation of being over-regulated actually decided after one hundred sixty five years to regulate groundwater, extraction and that's going to be real, and we're going to see in the San Joaquin valley is six million acres of farmland public reduced to four point five. Five million, if not four million, and we're gonna see that, that footprint that, that went out kept creeping out, because the we had the, the systems by which to extract the water. We're gonna see that footprint. Go back in it's going to go to something more sustainable, and that will be one of the first things that will happen that I'm not sure it'll be in the way of solution because maybe that water then goes from the farm belt to then sprawl suburbia, even more across California. But at least we're going to start seeing some solutions to the over extension of the farm belt. Well, let me thank for the question in John rights. I'm from the central valley and currently live in the bay area. I visit my family regularly there. No that it is a very conservative area. I'm wondering how the authors messages taken there. You know, when when the book launch we had four hundred people in an auditorium in Fresno coming. So I thought that was interesting coming to hear it. It's never easy, telling on your place. You. You know, people view you, as, as someone who's, you know, kind of hanging out the dirty laundry, but I've, I think I've tried to portray folks fairly, you know, it's very easy from San Francisco's perspective to look at a farmer in the valley and say my God. He's farming twenty-five thousand acres. He's using all this. How is the family farmer? And yet, when you get on the land with some of these farmers, and their in their their, their roots extend to three generations into the soil if not more, they become a little more complicated than that. It's not so easy to paint them as, as just cardboard bad guys. They become even some cases compelling figures. Well, we're talking with Mark Eric's about his new book, that dreamt land about how the promise of unprecedented harvests and profits led to policy and infrastructure that dramatically altered, the flow of water in the state in the larger than life farmers who've come to own the most land, and use the most water. What are your questions for Mark Eric's? What's your take on water policy in California, when it gets right or wrong? What have you wondered about California's water story where we're headed and as high points out solutions that we are starting to implement.

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"mark eric" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"mark eric" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"But he made I didn't realize that the settlement number was so large, and they pretty bad it, well, but I think we're, we're people are guessing buddy was hit by a WalMart truck. Oh, though. So there's some money there. And the trucker had been driving for like twenty seven straight hours because WalMart baba blah. And he was he had a friend of his die in the in. Transport in and then he was severely injured. I mean, we're just you just money, money, money money. And so anyone who's no lawyer would settle that thing for any less than one hundred million and those cases cases because of talked to Mark Eric's about this multiple times. You think it's about the severity of the case in and it is. But it's about the earning potential of the victim. Yes. So he'll do this all time cop shot that poor janitor in the back, you know, on his lawn of his house just for nothing. And it'll be like it's good for three hundred and fifty thousand bucks, like what he's dead. It's like, yeah but he was only good for like forty four thousand dollars a year. SNL. Yeah. Tracy Morgan is making four million dollars a year, six million dollars mirror when you cut that guy off, now we get in about sort of earning potential. Right. As a big part of. Well, Oakland on Tuesday became the second that he to decriminalize magic mushrooms, not legalized decriminalize after a string of people shared, how psychedelics help them overcome to pression and drug addiction. NPT. SD Denver voters also approved the measure of people twenty one and older last month. The vote makes the investigation and arrest of dull to grow possess distribute, those plants, very low priority so against not legal, but it's really now it's on the bottom of the list, no city, money would be used to enforce the laws criminalizing it the Alameda County district attorney would stop prosecuting people who've been apprehended for it skeptics raise some concerns about the unsafe use, especially in schools and to address those concerns lawmakers would have to establish rules. Of course, regulations about how to use the substance, including what exactly can be used how to use them, what the risks are. But it is now very low priority on the list. You know how awful, I had a combat what it tastes like shit ground. Never experiment. College. Any reminder now you guys will lose your age is the superior race if too much in the magic mushrooms, that's for soft widey..

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"mark eric" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"mark eric" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"California, the orange groves and all that fun stuff. I grew up in the Santa Clara valley back in the sixties. So we've got a little bit of knowledge about the water situation out there in California. Well, Eric ask and Ye shall receive here is a scene from Chinatown, a lot of irate, citizens when they find out that they're paying for water that they're not going to get it's all taken care seems to get you've, you're breathing the water LA or bring hell eight of water. Are you going to do that by incorporating the valium to city simple as that John? Huston, Jack Nicholson in nineteen seventy four in Chinatown. Eric, thank you for your call. More hit some thoughts, do you have any thoughts about Chinatown? It's still a powerful metaphor that, you know, I it's, it's, it's one of our metaphors and the idea is that do you want water should the city be taking water from somewhere else, which is what we've done here. I have a whole chapter on on that. I mean, it was written beautifully by Marc reisner in Cadillac desert. And I've done did some new research borrow from reisner and, and so that you cannot write a book about water and the California dream without touching upon Chinatown. Well, you know, Mark, we only have about two minutes left here and. I wanted to just end by hearing from you about if there are some solutions here because we talk about the California dream, your book is called the dreamt land indicating that perhaps the dream has come to an end. You've even used the word delirium. So I mean, is there a way to, to cope with what the reality of California, and water is, what are the solutions? What we after one hundred sixty five years, we have now finally were were regulating groundwater. And that's because the land is sinking from all the pumping, and I think when this when this takes effect, and it's, it's a long kind of lead up to it. But it'll, it'll take effect in fifteen years, you're going to see the footprint of agriculture in the San Joaquin valley alone. Paul. Five to four point five, maybe all the way down to four million acres. So the farm belt will get smaller and smarter because we went from farming very good land to farming marginal and to now farming poor land, just because we kept having water that we were taking in it had to go onto land. So, so that's going to diminish. But the city's you have to do their part. I mean, can we keep sprawling out a growing suburbia evermore, you know, all the way up to places like paradise that, that where we're a town should have never gone. And this is what's going to have to happen, if we're going to figure out a way to to, you know, continue this, this, this, this, this, this myth and this experiment, that's California into the, the next fifty years. Well, Mark Eric's is author of the dreamt, land, chasing water and dust across California. We have an excerpt of the book at on point radio dot org. Mark, it's been a great pleasure to speak with you. Thank you so very much for joining us today. Love the way you framed the whole segment. Thank you for having me on point is produced by Anna. Bowman Brian Hartson ski Eileen. Amata Stefanos, Kosonen Hillary mcquilken, Alison, poli James Ross Alex Schroeder and grace Tatler with help from David Marino. Our executive producer is Karen Shiffman. I Magnin truck Roberti. This is on point.

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"mark eric" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"mark eric" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"I it's a really powerful myth in in, you know as his trains coming in. He saying, wow, this is just like the old land, but it wasn't. It was the super charged experiment. That really had not slowed down since the gold, rush. I mean, that was that beginning that hurdling forward is something that became our ethos in. It's still there. And, and, and now it's bumping up against these constraints, the constraints of too many people the over development of farmland the overdevelopment of cities in, you know what's going to happen. And so, but, but the myth is all ever so powerful. Yeah. So one of the great joys of live radios, you never know where the conversations going to go. But one of the, the pains is that I'm trying to balance a lot, a lot of different things. And you have so many great stories in your bookmark that I wish we could get you, but I want to. I want to on our callers as well who have some questions for you. So let's go back to the phones. Craig is calling from Omaha Nebraska Craig you're on the air. What's your question for Mark Eric's? Yeah, I got a two part question, actually, why doesn't California have a diesel is Asian plant? And you're the question Greg. Well, I mean, some salt that they get because I don't like Nebraska. They use a lot of salt. I know midwestern states new for the roads. So it'd be a win win. I'm thinking, okay, well, Craig, thank you for your call. Mark is diesel part of or doesn't need to be part of California's future. It's been talked about we built one near Santa Barbara closed up. It's they're expensive. They have some environmental, you know, the effects, I take a lot of energy, the sure, do you know, I think the Californians who want to be saved from these constraints? They will you know that becomes one of the ideas, and, and it may be that in the future, if we continue to insist on growing, and everything else that we will have to, you know, to unknow to take that, that diesel plant out of mothballs and build some others. And it might be part of a larger solution. Well, there is a, a really key figure in your book that I do want to spend some time hearing about Mark, and that is Stewart Resnick. He's the richest farmer in America tells you tell us tells about Stewart Resnick and why he plays such an important role in the story of California's water. Yeah. I mean this book could could have been subtitled chasing water and dust and Stewart resident across California. You know, I've been I've been trying to nail down his story for more than a decade. And Stewart Resnick is a classic Californian. He came from somewhere else. He came from New Jersey and he came out here in the nineteen fifties to reinvent himself. His dad was a bar owner. And, and today like the old barons of wheat, like Isaac Friedlander. You know, Stewart Resnick isn't of this place. I mean he's never driven a tractor cranked open and irrigation valve. Never put his foot on the shoulder of a shovel dug down into the soil. I mean, he really wouldn't know one of his Valencia orange groves from one of his Washington, naval, orange groves he lives in Beverly Hills and he farms in the valley and hit the center of his empire is lost hills and lost hills in Beverly Hills could not be two different places on the. Map and he. You know, the land to him is, is kind of not real. It's like an on Konami of scale that no one's tried and he is the biggest farmer in, in the United States, and he the remaking of Stewart Resnick really began with going to use lay UCLA law school. And then he became a cleaner of LA buildings vendor of security, larmer's, he owned the Franklin mint he owns Fiji water, and then he, he owns all this farmland in, in, in, in, in California, and some in Mexico and Texas, too, and he's eighty one now and he's gotten so big he really doesn't know how big, but, but he's the single biggest grower of almonds, pistachios, pomegranates in citrus in the world..

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"mark eric" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"mark eric" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Ann Cates. AL news at six o two. I'm Steve coming many Arlington residents tried to stop it. But the Arlington county board unanimously approved an incentive package for Amazon yesterday. Amazon draws more people to stay in hotel rooms the company could get twenty three million dollars from a growth in the revenue from hotel taxes over the next fifteen years proponents say the new HQ two in crystal city will strengthen the local economy opponents argue Amazon will increase housing prices have make the area unaffordable for low income residents. The mosque shootings in New Zealand were discussed on CBS his face the nation. This morning Virginia. Senator Tim Kaine said, President Trump has not called out white nationalism after other events in the US we saw in the aftermath of the horrible attack in Charlottesville that he tried to say that the white supremacist Neo Nazis, Neo confederates. There were just good people. Kane said, the president helps support white nationalist, the president is using language that emboldens them. He's not creating. Then they're out there. In a manifesto? The accused shooter in Friday's Bosc attacks that left at least fifty people dead praise. Trump is a symbol of white identity. Good use for Montgomery County. Residents executive Mark Eric released. His proposed five point seven billion dollar budget for the fiscal year that starts July first there is the tax increase. And so anybody who's waiting for me the tax increase bound you'll be sorely disappointed council. President Nancy Navarro says she's pleased the budget holds the line on taxes, but says the council will look carefully at how county executive was able to balance the budget without tax increases, including his recommendation to cut the county's contribution to a fund for retirees Maryland state police are increasing patrol units today for Saint Patrick's Day saturation patrols are looking for impaired aggressive or distracted drivers.

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"mark eric" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"mark eric" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Those other guys in Jacksonville. They're going to be expected to compete in a division that is much better than it used to be. It wasn't that long ago that we looked down our noses at the AFC south now all four of those teams titans Jaguars called Texans competitive potential contenders. And the Jaguars got better yesterday. Did you see the big cat response to the news that Blake Bortles is going to get cut? Yeah. I hereby put a curse on the Jaguars minus Doug Marrone. I still like him. Okay. And it's funny. It's stick. That's what they do. What they do. And I love those guys they tend to befriend the people who give them access. It's very obvious. Like, Blake Bortles like talk to them and go on their show early. So they liked him. So anybody who would have done that? Would it become on the inside? That's what happened. So Bortles did it. I don't think they have any special regard for his quarterback skills. They just like the fact that early on in the life of their podcast, Blake Bortles was a friend and would go on and. So they defend him kind of jokingly, and I think they know. That he's not good. But you know, they claim him as one of their own. So no matter how bad he is. They're gonna act like he's good. And where he goes from here who knows? Who's going to sign him to be a backup? Would you? I don't know. Seriously. Yeah. Why would you why you know, what if we need a couple of games with our starter injured, and we need someone we can count on to come win those games? Let's let's bring in a guy who. Only wins games because of the sporting cast around him. Now, look there aren't enough bad quarterbacks to go around much less. Good quarterbacks to go around. So he will find work somewhere. Josh Johnson ultimately found work last year. But. There will be folks who bring up the name of a guy who shall not be named by many. They get mad when you say calling Kabir, Nick, I don't care. But remember when Colin Kaepernick was supposed to get signed. Remember, the market Mark arrogance needs to stop writing checks. I think his Bank account has been shut down. How many times during the life cycle of the Colin Kaepernick controversy did Mark Eric is make a promise he failed to deliver on. Florida end up going around way who are you talking about? Just all forms of saying who you're referring to specifically president United States. I can't believe I see I was trying to be coy with you. And I thought you'd continue to be quite you gave up there were like five moves left on that chessboard before you declare checkmate. You yell checkmate? I didn't even move my night past the halfway Mark at a board. Is there even a halfway Mark of the board? I didn't even.

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"mark eric" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"mark eric" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Interesting guests and a lot of fun coming up next. Hi, I'm Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans. Thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more. We'll pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea. A better idea maybe to take cash out of your home with a Quicken Loans. Thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today on our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four and a half percent APR four point seven eight percent. Call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com. Rates subject to change percents received a call for cost information and conditions. Equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states MLS number thirty thirty what if Donut shops were like most investment firms they'd sell one kind of doughnut and expect everyone to like it sprinkles glaze we filling. No, no. And no, creative planning is different. We look at your entire financial picture to create an individual plan just for you. Dial eight six six four four zero one thousand six for a free, no obligation consultation with creative planning investment strategies, recommended by three. Planning or not assured of earning a prophet or avoiding a loss in declining markets. He really is funny. It's refreshing. You don't want to hear about politics has addressed the humorous music tastes, pretty spectacular. Nonpartisan point of view. We'd be really good transit. We excellent. WSB's Mark Eric negative worker. My friends every day weeknights six till as he's got it really rocking and rolling. I appreciate it. And we will Mark you love this job. Depend on it. Hey, it's Eric von Hassler WSB's nine AM to noon host you already know about the incredible partnership. We have with Saint Vincent depaul Georgia during Clark Howard's Christmas. Kids we want you to know about the great things they do year round. Here's the CEO Saint Vincent, depaul Georgia, John berry. Thanks are. You know every day across our great state people find themselves in need often through no fault of their own children and families facing hunger homelessness, and a loss of hope for a better tomorrow for over one hundred fifteen years our five thousand plus volunteers across Georgia have been working.

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"mark eric" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"mark eric" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Well as worked on the FOX television series empire within that working relationship able with the stand in court character named KAI who is a love interest of defendant small lex character on the TV show. Additionally text messages between defended smaller in able revealed that Abel was a source of designer drugs for defendant small lead specifically since of two thousand eighteen and on several occasions defendant smile at requested able to provide him with Molly which is street name for that narcotic ecstasy. Messages generated by defendants small let's able specifically starting on the morning of January twenty fifth two thousand nineteen revealed defendants small at asking able when he would be leaving on his trip to Nigeria. This trip was scheduled to take place on the evening of January twenty nine twenty nine th of two thousand nineteen and it had been planned by able and his brother Ola banjo Ola Darrow who twenty seven years old two months prior after able confirmed the date and time of his trip defendant small texted able stating might need your help on the low you around to meet up to talk face face-to-face, then made arrangements to meet at space studios that afternoon where defendants smile at subsequently drove able to able to -partment in the Lakeview neighborhood. Right. State's attorney's office. I believe her name is Lisa linear, actually. Lisa. Maybe Risa might be Risa anyway, so she's the in the state attorney's office, the lawyer, I know people are going to hate me for saying this. I actually like Mark Eric now he is also presenting capper, Nick. And I call them what they said, let me talk to cabinet. I'll give him an hour. And you know, he started laughing, but that never happened. But you know, he's he's been a lawyer for like people like Michael Jackson light by on a writer. Remember shoes going through a tough time, Chris Brown Diddy, and then others. But anyway, so that's what's happening. Look, it doesn't look good. When you look at all of this. And what the superintendent of police said he Johnson, let's play a little bit of Eddie Johnson. The best cut we have Saone and let people here he was so pissed off as he laid out what really happened here, and what was presented to the grand jury which led to the indictment. This announcement today recognizes that empire actor Jesse Smolin took advantage of the pain and anger of racism to promote his cO. Career. I'm left hanging. My head.

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"mark eric" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"mark eric" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I believe her name is Lisa linear, actually research. Maybe Risa might be Risa. Anyway. So she's in the state attorney's office the warrior, listen, I know people are going to hate me for saying this. I actually like Mark Eric house. Now, he is also presenting capper, Nick. And I call them what they said, let me talk to cabinet. I'll give him an hour. And he, you know, he started laughing, but that never happened. But you know, he's he's been the lawyer for like people like Michael Jackson light by writer member. She was going through a tough time, Chris Brown, Diddy and others, but. Anyway. So that's what's happening. Look, it doesn't look good. When you look at all of this. And what the superintendent of police said Eddie Johnson. Let's play a little bit of Eddie Johnson. The best we have Jason tone, and let people here he was so pissed off as he laid out what really happened here, and what was presented to the grand jury which led to the indictment. This announcement today recognizes that empire actor jussie smollet took advantage of the pain and anger of racism to promote his career. I'm left hanging. My head and asking why why would anyone especially an African American man. Use the symbolism of a noose to make false accusations. Alka someone look at the hatred and suffering associated with that symbol as CNN opportunity to manipulate this symbol to further his own public profile, how can an individual.

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"mark eric" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:24 min | 3 years ago

"mark eric" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"In just a few minutes cobble Harrison's announced her candidacy for presidency as has Howard Schultz, the former CEO of Starbucks. But I the president, of course, is accused of making race relations worse, of course, the discussion making it safe for people to come out of the closet, bigots. If that's the case riddle me this. I'm looking at a time line. Gallup poll on race relations in the last eighteen twenty years, or so you know, what the high point was. In answering the following question. Would you say relations between whites and blacks are very good somewhat good somewhat bad or very bad. Hi, Mark for the percentage of those who responded, very good or somewhat. Good was in wait for it. Two thousand seven. Seventy five percent at the time. Of whites. Said relations between blacks and whites are very good or somewhat good. The high point for blacks and respond to that question. Was three years earlier two thousand four. Sixty eight percent of blacks said relations between whites and blacks are very good or somewhat good. That number for white at seventy five percent in two thousand seven declined. Some thirty points by two thousand fifteen. Two thousand fifteen forty five percent versus seventy five percent in two thousand seven of whites felt relations between blacks and whites are very good or somewhat good. Let me see two thousand seven. When was at seventy five percent of whites George W Bush with an office two thousand fifteen when that number had fallen to forty five percent. Bronco? Bama was in office. So proc Obama presided over a thirty point decline are mostly did from two thousand seven he got elected in two thousand eight and took over in two thousand nine. But by two thousand nine percentage of whites believing that race relations were good or very good or somewhat. Good was seventy percent. That was on Obama's watch decline to forty five percent by two thousand fifteen. By two thousand fifteen that number for blacks had declined from sixty eight percent two thousand four when George W Bush with an office to forty five percent. When Obama was an office two thousand nine when Obama got elected percentage of blacks saying that race relations were good or somewhat good was over sixty percent. The point is these numbers fell during Obama's watch. Well, before Donald Trump even came on the scene, so knock it off. Mark Eric saw swale. Well, the democrat from California House Democrat. Was on the new firing line show on CNN. And he was asked do you blame Trump for the polarization? What's to the economy complete the sentence? The state of America's economy is insecure, and it's not working. So right now about seventy eight percent of Americans. According to careerbuilder are living paycheck to paycheck. It is hard to argue with three point nine percent unemployment highest wage growth in this last year in two thousand eighteen than any of the past years in the last decade, many of the fundamentals and the confidence of the economy are far better since Trump took office and they were under the previous eight years President Obama's presidency. And I wonder if it's just too difficult for Democrats to give the president of win. I think if you look at this like a building if you work on the top floor of the building you're doing really, well, and those fundamentals matter the stock market matters because they're invested in it if you're working in a lot of the floors below where? Are up today over half of Americans couldn't whether a four hundred dollar emergency and wages going up? There not matching the cost of healthcare. They're not matching the cost of transportation and housing overall. It's difficult to argue that the tax cuts and jobs act didn't help the economy. There's no evidence that help the economy. What do you think that the economy is just on fire at the top of the top floor? Yes. CEO's they're doing great spending. Unemployment is three point nine percent. Again, if you're working, and you're just running in place and not getting ahead. That's not the promise of America just seem completely unwilling to say anything positive about this economy in relation to the leadership over the last two years are you allergic to anything positive about his approach on North Korea. Was the right one at the beginning. I praised that beginning. Yeah. Why he's lost focus and now it to him as a political reason to distract from other issues, but I praised him at the time for taking a different approach. And I'm not afraid to say when he does something right. Couldn't say Connie's doing well under Trump. You couldn't say three point nine percent. Unemployment is good. You couldn't say that. Now regarding the arrest of Roger stone, and whether stone has the goods on Trump. Here's what Alan Dershowitz it. Read the indictment. Typical Muller indictment very very heavy on stories stories involving collusion and WikiLeaks. But the indictment itself all relates to obstruction of Justice tampering of witnesses in other words crimes that occurred. As a result of the investigation. This is typical of Muller. He has found almost no crimes that occurred before he was appointed special counsel. He was appointed a special counsel to uncover crimes that had already occurred. He has virtually failed in that respect in. Every regard almost all of his crimes that he's indicted people for our crimes that resulted from his investigation for. Statements tampering with witnesses, obstruction of Justice. I went through today. The list of all the people who had been indicted by Muller, and it was very hard to find any American who had been charged with any crime that occurred before Muller was appointed special counsel. Eriksson squeezing him getting information from him about the real target. And that's Donald Trump. Right. Lots of Jerry disturbing way of using the criminal Justice process. Also, the shows another disturbing trend, and that is Muller has hardly indicted. Anybody for crimes that occurred before he started the investigation almost all of these crimes like this one occurred during the investigation their process crimes. They're not crimes of substance. Now in the indictment Muller tells an interesting story about WikiLeaks. But he doesn't charge him with anything like that. He can't defend himself against that a trial and trial. He's only charged with lying and tampering with witnesses and obstruction of Justice all of which occurred after Mullah was appointed. So far Muller is come up relatively empty on crimes that occurred before he was appointed? Which was his mandate, Maxine Waters has not mellowed. So congresswoman you've for a very long time have led this charge. For impeaching the president. You are the chair of the House Financial Services committee, and the reason Washington Post polling is supporting Democrats opening a range of investigations of Trump, including suspected ties between foreign governments. However that same poll shows that only forty percent believe congress should begin impeachment proceedings. So how are you prioritizing that whole idea this go round Steve king says in an interview to the Washington to the New York Times that what's wrong with white nationalism? He is condemned. He loses his committee positions. Maxine Waters tells people to get into the faces of Trump cabinet members a crowd. Let them know they're not welcome anywhere anymore and she referred to as auntie, Maxine. Well, let me just say this. I am pleased that I started the conversation early. I believe that the president early on had defined himself as someone who was incapable of being a legitimate president. No kidding. K David Kay Johnston is an MSNBC journalist. And he says we have a White House full of stone cold, racists, we talking about that just a few minutes, and there's a New York Post article time to give x ESPN tennis analysts Justice.

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