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Joy Reid Calls Pro-Life Republicans Racist

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 1 d ago

Joy Reid Calls Pro-Life Republicans Racist

"Now I want to know again why Comcast is keeping joy read on the air I want to know what the answer is She doesn't get ratings She's not a news person She's an opinion person Okay fine But she's a racist And she's a bigot What's the difference Look it up They're slight differences But for her she's both in my view I want you to listen to what she said the other day And by Republicans and their pro life views Because nothing you can say that she disagrees with can be based on integrity and intellectual disagreement Principle morality you disagree with joy Reid You are racist in her mind Well that makes her a racist Makes her bigot In such a stupid buffoon I don't care what schools she went to Such a stupid buffoon Who just has her foot on the gas pedal of racism all the time I mean this is as I said she's Louis fair In the women's closing clothing cut 7 go Republicans love to say that they're pro life But the more accurate term is that they're pro birth Because once that baby is born they stop caring And depending on the color of your skin they may not even see you as fully human Now what it won't know what kind of a you believe that mister producer I mean it's truly

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Joy Reid: If You Don't Support the Democrat Agenda, You're Racist

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 1 d ago

Joy Reid: If You Don't Support the Democrat Agenda, You're Racist

"If they did care about children After they're born They would be supporting universal healthcare So in other words if you're not a Marxist or even something less than if you don't embrace the Democrat agenda then you don't care about people who are not like you You get the argument there is no argument It's an attack Go ahead So services food for kids those families can't afford it Fully funding education and gun reform So kids don't have to do mass shooter drills at school They would support you You got it folks If you don't embrace this agenda you're racist And you don't care about babies either If they're not white So why is she on the air That's got to cut a go But pro life really The more appropriate slogan In my humble opinion is anti choice As the same party passes regressive policies at harm women children and families by taking choices away from that Or maybe it's pro death As this party does nothing about kids getting massacred in classrooms while siding with a virus that mutates and has killed nearly 800,000 Americans They didn't have children What kind of a mentality What kind of a stupid low IQ mentality is that So you people who support vaccines at a post tyranny You're siding with the virus You're siding with the virus Unbelievable And you're not pro life anyway your anti choice So where's the science in that What is in the womb exactly A chocolate chip cookie What is

AG Merrick Garland Files Lawsuit Against Texas Over New Redistricting Maps

Mark Levin

01:07 min | 1 d ago

AG Merrick Garland Files Lawsuit Against Texas Over New Redistricting Maps

"Go ahead Democracy is that voters should choose the representatives not the other way around Section two of the Voting Rights Act requires the state voting laws including laws that draw electoral maps provide eligible voters with an equal opportunity to participate in the democratic process and elect representatives of their choosing The complaint we filed today alleges that Texas has violated section two by creating redistricting plans that deny or bridge the rights of Latino and black voters to vote on account of their race color or membership in a language minority group Now what's all that mean That's all that mean Means they took the statute and it took Supreme Court precedent and they threw it at Texas They threw it against the wall like darts And they're hoping that they get a positive decision If they don't they've created a rhetorical basis for trashing the court Blaming it on the concerns of the court and on and on

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Remembering 'A Time for Choosing Speech' by Ronald Reagan

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 1 d ago

Remembering 'A Time for Choosing Speech' by Ronald Reagan

"The great Ronald Reagan Now listen carefully again For his prescience cut 18 go This is the issue of this election Whether we believe in our capacity for self government or whether we abandon the American Revolution and confess that a little intellectual elite in a far distant capital can plan our lives for us better than we can plan them ourselves Now it doesn't require expropriation or confiscation of private property or business to impose socialism on a people What does it mean whether you hold the deed to the title to your business or property if the government holds the power of life and death over that business or property in such machinery already exists The government can find some charge to bring against any concern it chooses to prosecute Every businessman has his own tale of harassment some wear a perversion has taken place Our natural unalienable rights are now considered to be a dispensation of government and freedom has never been so fragile so close to slipping from our grasp as it is at this moment But I think it's time we ask ourselves if we still know the freedoms that were intended for us by the founding fathers Not too long ago two Friends of mine were talking to a Cuban refugee a businessman who had escaped from Castro And in the midst of his story one of my friends turned to the other and said we don't know how lucky we are And the Cuban stopped and said how lucky you are I had some place to escape to And in that sentence he told us the entire story If we lose freedom here there's no place to escape to This is the last stand on earth And this idea that government is beholden to the people that it has no other source of power except the sovereign people is still the newest and the most unique idea in all the long history of man's relation to man This is the issue of this

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Rep. Michael Waltz: Dictators Love the Olympics

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 1 d ago

Rep. Michael Waltz: Dictators Love the Olympics

"Dictators love the Olympics We all know what Hitler did after 1936 but fewer people realized that the last time the Ukraine was invaded Putin invaded the Ukraine just a few months after the 2014 Olympics in Sochi because they love it because it is a propaganda platform and everybody attending the entire world is turning a blind eye to their abuses to the authoritarianism It emboldens them And I do fear for Taiwan in the wake of the Beijing Olympics which is which is coming in February but just one other point mark The IOC the International Olympic Committee says well we don't do politics And you hear so many people left and right both parties saying well what are about the athletes and what have you Let me ask you this If the United States government had a million Muslims in concentration camps do you think those athletes would be demanding to compete Heck no They would be out protesting So why is it different than if China is doing And the other piece is the IOC had no problem getting into politics throughout the 60 70s and 80s when they boycotted South Africa over apartheid not only did they not allow an Olympics in South Africa they banned the South African Olympic team from participating anywhere for 30 years but I guess it's okay when it comes to apartheid in South Africa but for them to get involved there But they're going to turn a blind eye when it comes to these gross atrocities that are happening all over the world including inside China So and I think the answer is as you and I well know it's all about the money

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Rep. Michael Waltz: U.S. Corporations, Athletes Should Fully Boycott the Olympics in China

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 1 d ago

Rep. Michael Waltz: U.S. Corporations, Athletes Should Fully Boycott the Olympics in China

"Is right around the corner I think case in point is what I'm calling the genocide Olympics I was the first in the house to call for a full boycott not just a symbolic gesture Biden just throughout of the diplomatic boycott The Chinese Communist Party could care less whether of a few U.S. officials come and go But a full boycott the U.S. corporations that stand to make millions and yes even the athletes themselves and the International Olympic Committee should be ashamed of itself for ignoring this genocide and ignoring the human rights abuses that are going on And ignoring the cover up of COVID and to see the American flag in just a few months flying in Beijing despite all of that second to mean my stomach In ways reminds me of the 1936 Olympics This isn't in any respect Quite parallels with a Holocaust but I'm talking about the rise of this regime rise of the fact that the west is really feckless It's like they're like ostriches Their head is in the sand I mean one group the women's tennis associations at standing up Well where's the men's tennis association Where are those tough guys on the NBA and the NFL

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Rep. Michael Waltz: Our Money Is Funding the Threat of Communist China

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 1 d ago

Rep. Michael Waltz: Our Money Is Funding the Threat of Communist China

"America needs a wake-up call An American people need to wake up to the fact and just a couple of data points The Chinese navy is now larger than the United States Navy More ships and newer ships They are launching more into space than the rest of the world combined including the United States They're on track to have a separate space station and a manned station on the moon Within the next decade that will all be militarized and prepared to attack the United States And just don't take it from us mark or even from me listen to president Z speeches where he has openly talking about replacing the United States as a global leader replacing capitalism and democracy with their form of socialism and communism as a superior system And they just launched a hypersonic weapon that is a first strike nuclear weapon that we can't defend against but the thing that has me so damn mad is they're doing it with our money It's our money that is funding their military build up their debt diplomacy their belt and road initiative or they're taking up power grids and ports and airports all over the world And between Wall Street between Hollywood between the sports industry our trade deficit which president Trump knew and got on top of it is historians are going to look back and say the American people and the American tax dollars funded their greatest adversaries So my call to action to so many is if you see made in China put it down I've reached out to my financial adviser and told them to divest I get us out of investing into the Chinese economy But we have a long way to

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Mark Levin: The Industrialized West Isn't as Strong as It Used to Be

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 1 d ago

Mark Levin: The Industrialized West Isn't as Strong as It Used to Be

"I mean this is getting way too obvious the pattern from the 1930s into World War II is becoming way too obvious The industrialized west is not nearly as strong as it used to be The people are much weaker They're much weaker I talked the other day about the psychology of the United States of the people of the United States As more and more of our greatest generation passes on and more and more of their children pass on and we embrace more and more of the American Marxist movement more and more of beating ourselves over the head Over what took place a 150 years ago more and more of denying the greatness of this country We have a huge problem What if we do institute a draft Do you think the people who are now looting these stores You think the people who are were involved in these gangs you think the people who are pushing drugs you think people who've had it easy We're being subsidized not the work do you think that they're going to even honor the draft

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CAIR's Nihad Awad Insists Israel Capital Should Move to Tel Aviv, Return to Palestinians

Mark Levin

01:19 min | 1 d ago

CAIR's Nihad Awad Insists Israel Capital Should Move to Tel Aviv, Return to Palestinians

"Let me ask you this Have you ever heard Talib or Omar Or AOC or the other marxists in the Democrat party ever criticized communist China Mister producer have you ever heard them criticize communist China Have any of you ever heard them criticize how communist China is murdering raping sterilizing and torturing and torturing excuse me 2 million Muslims You ever hear about that This organization care which is led by somebody named Neha awad Sounds about right Nihad awad made a speech not that long ago That he hopes most of you didn't see or hear We insist that the capital of Israel needs to be moved back to Tel Aviv and eventually Tel Aviv needs to move back to the Palestinians as if it ever was He said there recently He's an executive director the national care CAR CAR This administration talks the care the Department of Justice the FBI work with care the Democratic Party embraces

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Mark Levin: Israel Needs to Attack First When It Comes to Iran

Mark Levin

01:24 min | 1 d ago

Mark Levin: Israel Needs to Attack First When It Comes to Iran

"One of the reasons the Israelis won one of many The 1967 war because they went on attack Nasser was working with the other countries To economically choke off Israel they were preparing a military attack and Israel attacked first An Israel needs to attack first when it comes to Iran They can't wait for them to have a nuclear weapon So this administration is forcing Israel to decide between its own survival and the survival of its relationship with the current U.S. government Because that's the choice the Israelis have to make now Are they going to defend themselves against what is I don't like this word existential because 98% of Democrats don't know what it means Survival Whether it's going to survive because Iran has said it wants to destroy Israel And with nuclear weapons it can do that Or or well its relationships with the United States government survive And it's going to have to choose the former but that is the position that the Biden administration the Biden Secretary of State the Biden national security adviser have placed the State of

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President Trump: Foreign Prisoners Are Being Released and Brought Into the U.S.

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | 1 d ago

President Trump: Foreign Prisoners Are Being Released and Brought Into the U.S.

"Here's a little bit of president Trump cut one. Here's the former president with Mark Levin, the great one on life liberty and Levin on Fox News. It was kind of a freewheeling conversation and man. President Trump is still on point and as strong as ever. If you did a sample of a thousand people, typical good American people that love our country. They are, they can't believe what they're witnessing at the border. And some of the people are really bad. These are stone cold killers that other countries don't want and they're sending them in. From their prisons, prisons are being emptied out in other countries. This is not a majority. Sanctuary cities. This is not a majority. This stuff is really, really bad. And I think you're going to see a big, big victory for Republicans in the midterms. I think it's going to be very hard for them to come back that fast. They're using prosecutors all over the place to hurt people to hurt Republicans. I will say that Bill Barr certainly didn't do that. He certainly didn't. Hey, it was absolutely fascinating to watch. And I hope you had a chance to take it

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LA Rams snap 3-game skid, roll over Jacksonville 37-7

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

LA Rams snap 3-game skid, roll over Jacksonville 37-7

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Rep. Matt Gaetz's Lesson to Freshman Congressmen

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:54 sec | 2 d ago

Rep. Matt Gaetz's Lesson to Freshman Congressmen

"You. What is the lesson learned that you want to send to all those freshmen congressmen and women or all those people in the media spotlight? This is a mark of being effective, is it not? Yes. I tell folks like Lauren boebert, Martin jury Taylor Greene, Madison Cawthorn. Folks who I think are really untethered from the corrupt influences of this place that there's two kind of fighters in this town, those who've had a scandal and those who will have a scandal because they gin up nonsense. I mean, I saw that with Cawthorn. You see that with boebert, where they really try to focus you on everything other than the task at hand. And one thing that president Trump taught us, you can't let the process be the punishment. You have to remain focused and driven for the mission for the people. And never, ever apologize for anything, fight, fight,

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Kennard hits clutch 3s, Clippers hold off Lakers 119-115

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 d ago

Kennard hits clutch 3s, Clippers hold off Lakers 119-115

"Luke Luke Conard Conard came came off off the the bench bench to to score score nineteen nineteen points points as as the the LA LA clippers clippers beat beat the the LA LA Lakers Lakers one one nineteen nineteen one one fifteen fifteen in in a a game game like like that that with with some some time time left left they they wanted wanted to to shoot shoot the the ball ball state state research research so so they they kept kept telling telling me me that that the the time time outs outs in in the the huddle huddle so so I I just just stepped stepped in in and and took took the the shots shots and and I I got got so so I I was was able able to to make make some some seventeen seventeen of of his his nineteen nineteen came came in in the the second second half half including including a a couple couple of of clutch clutch threes threes late late to to help help the the club club snap snap a a three three game game losing losing streak streak Marcus Marcus Morris Morris senior senior high high man man with with twenty twenty one one points points Anthony Anthony Davis Davis topped topped the the Lakers Lakers with with twenty twenty seven seven the the clippers clippers improved improved to to twelve twelve and and eleven eleven the the Lakers Lakers drop drop to to twelve twelve and and twelve twelve mark mark Myers Myers Los Los Angeles Angeles

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Former Rep. Dave Brat Talks About the Intersection of Free Market and Faith

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 4 d ago

Former Rep. Dave Brat Talks About the Intersection of Free Market and Faith

"Yep. Yep. By the supply curve and the demand curve are both curves that involve human beings who are both fallen. But also made the image of God. The creation story right on the gate were created as co creators with God almighty, made in God's image, just something to think about. But what that means, go YouTube that one. And so we have that creative ability to create jobs and commerce to serve our neighbors, our brothers and our sisters. The hebrews were great business folks. Then the tradition continues with Jesus and the New Testament and the outwork of that. Jesus begins with a band of 12 around him. To go out and preach the gospel to the ends of the earth and in 300 years, the Holy Roman Empire and Constantine Constantine turns emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, the Christian empire. So just shocking turnaround. And so what what people don't get is that tradition that judeo Christian tradition is responsible for our dignity as human beings. There's no other source that you can name the enlightenment project failed terribly on that. Jefferson and et cetera they could never name an alternative source for the dignity that is inherent in us. And so that is what undergirds the free market system. And then we're triply blessed with all that plus James Madison and the constitution and the rule of law and then Adam Smith and free markets, but the irony is you need the law to be a free people. And so the left gets utopian at times and they just say, you know, let's just make it up as we go marks. There's no need for God. There's no need for this rule of law. There's no need for human rights, all these ideas that exist in the air, are fake. No, they're not fake. They're responsible for the greatest civilization on earth. And it's our detriment that we lose those foundational pieces that set up the free market system that now serves us so

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Alec Baldwin Says He Wasn't Responsible for 'Rust' Crew Member's Death

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 4 d ago

Alec Baldwin Says He Wasn't Responsible for 'Rust' Crew Member's Death

"Which clip is Alec Baldwin, guys. Kind of an amazing story. Where he sits down and tearfully says that he's not responsible for the death of this young woman on the set of this movie. I don't want to pile on. I can't imagine what that must feel like to know that you had your hand on a gun that you fired and killed this woman. Now he says he didn't fire the gunner he didn't pull the trigger or something. And Mark told me that he had a number of callers on his show this morning say that with certain kinds of guns that can happen that if you pull the. What do you call it? And I'm not, listen, I'm not as adept. Yeah, the hammer. If you pull the hammer back, it can fire without putting your finger on the trigger. Now, I don't really understand how an ongoing investigation could be thwarted by this dramatic prime time interview where Alec Baldwin can mount his defense before he faces his possible day in court. And there's George Stephanopoulos, they got the movie lighting and the music. She's a young woman dead. And I don't like Alec Baldwin. I think he's very talented, but I know what he is politically. I don't care what your politics are. I wouldn't wish that on anybody. To know that you were involved in something that led to the death of this young cinematographer on the set of his movie.

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Fox News Interviews Waukesha Christmas Parade Suspect

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 5 d ago

Fox News Interviews Waukesha Christmas Parade Suspect

"Interview why would you give this guy the time of day? Exclusive to Fox News dot com. He has spent the last ten days locked up in a Wisconsin jail cell after allegedly mowing through the barricades and into revelers at the walk of Shaw Christmas parade, killing 6 people and injuring 62. He ran over 68 people. Now he feels dehumanized. He told Fox News digital in his first remarks to the media. Seemingly surprised that he had visitors. Seemingly surprised that he had visitors. Yeah. You think? Who's going to visit him? His own mother apparently hasn't visited him. How ashamed she must be. How he said during a brief video visit in the Waukesha county jail, a stone's throw from where tragedy struck over a week earlier, I just feel like I'm being monster demonized. He told Fox News digital. Wearing a sleeveless green jail jumpsuit and his hair in braids, the soft spoken accused killer offered no details about what prompted the carnage. The two Fox News reporters on the other side of the video screen marked the first visitors he's had. Since the night of

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Michigan teen charged in Oxford High School shooting

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 5 d ago

Michigan teen charged in Oxford High School shooting

"Prosecutors prosecutors are are charging charging the the Michigan Michigan teen teen accused accused of of killing killing four four students students at at his his high high school school with with murder murder and and terrorism terrorism charges charges fifteen fifteen year year old old Ethan Ethan crumbly crumbly was was in in court court a a day day after after the the shooting shooting where where a a judge judge ordered ordered him him held held without without bond bond and and transferred transferred to to an an adult adult jail jail facility facility police police told told the the court court crumbly crumbly recorded recorded a a video video of of the the night night before before talking talking about about killing killing students students and and Oakland Oakland county county assistant assistant prosecutor prosecutor mark mark Keast Keast says says he he deliberately deliberately dropping dropping him him down down there there with with the the intent intent to to murder murder is is many many students students as as he he grabbed grabbed prosecutor prosecutor Karen Karen McDonald McDonald calling calling the the shooting shooting a a wake wake up up call call for for new new gun gun laws laws explains explains why why she she filed filed charges charges of of terrorism terrorism all all the the children children who who ran ran screaming screaming hiding hiding under under desks desks what what about about all all the the children children at at home home right right now now who who can't can't eat eat and and can't can't sleep sleep police police say say the the boy's boy's parents parents had had been been called called to to the the school school Tuesday Tuesday morning morning because because of of behavior behavior problems problems and and the the shooting shooting took took place place just just hours hours later later I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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"mark who" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"mark who" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Up with ESPN. MBA front office inside her body marks who joins us now to break down. All that's transpired in the N B a in the past couple of days and Bobby let's start with Gordon Hayward and that deal to the Charlotte Hornets. Four years $120 million. I mean, look, Heyward got 100 and $28 million deal from the Celtics for three years. His last time, So I mean, it's great to get the money. Is this just about money? Or there's something else here going on with Hayward to Charlotte. I think it's more that the money factor. I mean, I think when you looked at how his career and went in Boston, you know, certainly the first three years. Where he started with injury a good second year and then you know, selling battled injuries towards the talent and in the playoffs. I think he's looking at probably the Best interest. Long term on another. As you say, He certainly has made a lot of money here. Where If you could take a little bit of a pay cut from that $34 million to go down to 27 28, but it gets in more guaranteed money in years to the fore. That was an option that he was willing to pursue. And, um, you know when it's income when nothing came to fruition in Boston. You know, Here comes here comes Charlotte with four year $120 million contract, And I always say that you know, with those big contracts. We usually reward players kind of what they've done in the past and not what the future's gonna hold, then. Would be certainly, you know, concerned what years 23 and four is going to bring that that organization there because Hey, has certainly battled some injuries here, and that's a big cap number that kind of sit on your on your sheet. Being a guy who has battled some injuries here. John Wall hasn't played in MBA in 23 months. He is due 40 point 8,000,043 40.0.8 Million and 46.9 million and demanding Trade from the Washington wizard. One body. Does this get done? And to what is he thinking? Yeah, I don't. I don't see John Wallace contract. I mean, every any contract in this league is trainable. But that is the heart of the contract. It is to get moved. You know, we've talked a lot about Russell Westbrook and the challenges there and Um, a wreath Ross has been, you know, played and lost also level and has been on the court We last saw. I think John with December of 2018 is that one of us played, Um And you know he's still on that Super Max. Uh, you know, contract, you know, $40 million plus I don't know how this is gonna play out. But he is not. His contract is not tradable, You know, even if you're swapping out his number four Let's say a blade Christian type contract. You know, that doesn't do anything for you know, for for the for the Wizards. That doesn't do anything for it for the Pistons here, so we'll see. You know, we've got training camp That's gonna be on December 1st. One guys will be back. You know what team? We'll see What comes out of that. Um, but, yeah, I mean, it Z pretty remarkable that for a guy who hasn't played in almost two years that you know all the sudden whatever be, um, you know, he's not happy with that situation. Bobby barks is with us on Game night on ESPN Radio. Bobby, What do you make of the moves? The Lakers have made it. I like him. You know, I think it's there. They weren't content on bringing this group back. You know, You want a championship? They've got guys on this team, You know, with West math, flat Matthews and truth in a shooter in Montrose Hell Who haven't won, you know that you know that championship and it could kind of give them a little bit of an edge. And then you bring contagious, Cole told back. You know, in a We're here. $40 million deal. They show that some work to do as far as just with some minimums to Philip that bench and of course, a D will suit kind of structure is, but yeah, I think you know, I think they're they're definitely the favor. I think there's much separation now than it was a year ago with the Lakers as being the best team in the Western Conference where Look at what the Clippers got, maybe have taken a little bit of a step back with hell Gone, and John Michael Green going to the Denver the Nuggets. Certainly, with losing Jeremy Grant and basic Plumlee go call. The city is taking a step back. Who knows what happens in Houston? I really like with Portland's done. I think Portland's on a really nice job with their roster here, but I do like I do Like what Rob Klink has done with the Lakers kind of shaking that roster up in there. As I said, they're not content on on what they won last year. Body. I'm looking around the league and I'm trying to see which teams I thought we're going to perhaps. Take us back seat thunder being one of those, but like it. I was looking at what the New Orleans pelicans have put together, which Steven Adams and Zion Way of Senator Front court. It feels like they're gonna have Eric Bledsoe and Lonzo Ball back court. What do you make of them if they're able to Perhaps get those guys to jail in time to make a run at the playoffs. Yeah, I do think there I do think their playoff team and it's It's funny, and I mentioned it this morning. It's like, Usually we trade OK? I like your holiday. You know, you're taking a huge step back, you know, but what they were able to do it, But, you know, they got three first, um The toothpicks lots. Eric Bledsoe. George Hell turned into his into Steven Adams. And they've got a new head coach in Stand around, Gundy, So I'm intrigued. As far as what what they can do. Of course, a lot will rely on what sign it. Resign is health wise, you know, certainly, from a conditioning standpoint, um you know, I still have JJ Reddick. They still have you seen Lonzo Ball, Josh? Hard guys like that. S so Yeah, I do. I do think they're one of the probably one of those 18. Maybe, you know, in that nine or 89 range. Um, you're competing for a playoff spot. Game night. Bobby Marks is joining us on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. All right. I know you had to have had a favorite draft choice this week. Let's go back to draft Guy. Bobby Marks five star draft pick of 2020 was whom Mm. Tyreese caliber Azeri status that I had a band crush on about that sounds wrong, but I love it..

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"mark who" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"mark who" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I'm Kirk darling. On the level on the go and on Twitter and 93 w Y B, C and w y b c com 9 34 back to Mark and Rob. No, no, you are back with Mother love and as promised. I haven't Andrea Tantaros update Isn't this amazing? Oh, my Oh, So thanks to follower Katie Katie tweeted this to Michel. So a direct message this to me because she was so excited And she knew I would be too And she writes Mach I tweeted you, but I felt I must let you know that there has been Andrea Tantaros activity on Twitter. She tweeted and I just happened to see it. Then I went to her page and it was gone. Fortunately, I took a screenshot. I need to know what is happening with her. I randomly tried to find and find and so on her but never can. She went totally underground. What does this current activity mean? And she sent me the screen show. So It was a retweet. Okay, this happened, I think on Saturday and it was a retweet of New York Times Business. Their New York Times Business account and that New York Times business account tweeted quote Just as a Murdoch trump divorce appeared to be underway, Fox News is prime time stars have embraced parts of President Trump's Sully the results strategy. So that And then there's only two an article about that. Andrea Tantaros. Her verified account Retweets that and says that's going to be a difficult divorce for a fake marriage. Fox News is lawyers are Trump's lawyers, and then she she copied at Jones Day and at Project Lincoln. When was the last time she tweeted war years ago? Four years ago, Randall, right, and then she immediately took that down. We've We've talked about this numerous times that it is fascinating in the world. We live in today that anyone anyone could disappear much less someone of national prominence. Yeah. Now, if injury a tin terrorist walked into a Wendy's, I don't know if anybody recognize her. But the point is, she's a a prominent person was a prominent person in the media industry feel like people would probably recognized her. And she has a very distinctive look. I mean, she was a beautiful woman. There's no doubt you would go that that person's you know, striking. Yeah, so it it amazes me that someone could literally disappear. And she did. I mean, like, on every social media platform, and on every social media platform, she had thousands of followers thousands. So I mean, if anything, it was, like a way for her to potentially monetize. You know what I mean her following and she never did that. Now we do know that she has filed suit against Fox News for sexual harassment issues. And I did when I googled her. Just the other day, I saw that there'd been some sort of random updates from that lawsuit from, like, six months ago, but nothing really. I mean, it's still in progress, right? You have to wonder why. Because clearly she wanted to disappear. Yeah. Clearly clearly she wanted. Maybe that was part of what her legal team advised her to do. But for four years I know, I know. I mean, it's one thing to go. You might wanna lay low for a couple weeks. You know, let's get this looks good. But for four years, right, your job is to be in the media. I know and then like to be that I mean, she had a relative amount of fame because she she not only did like the five for a long time, but then she did outnumbered. She was one of the original cast members of Outnumber that show that's on like what? At noon or 11 or something, and so for her to just vanish without can't we like without paparazzi, at least tracking her down in some way? It's incredible. She really did vanish until this weekend, and then it was just the weirdest Reach, We'd you know what I mean? It was just so odd and not to get overly sentimental. But think about the quality of work on the original. The five you think about that. Think about the side thigh on the original. The five you had Andrea Tantaros on one side and Kimberly Guilfoyle on the other, and then smack smacked Have the middle was Dana Parayno. Yeah, And you know that the two end girls Andrea and Kim, They always had the leg showing because you said, And that was, of course, by design. They had the really short dresses and they had a lot of leg and they have the fancy shoes on And that was a draw. And we've talked about this for years that you know me. I have no problem with you earning a living. However you see fit. You use whatever gifts the good Lord gave you But you see this often where they know what they're doing. They're incredibly smart, Talented women. They just also happen to be beautiful. But then they act all offended. You know, when they leave, I was objectified. No kidding on listen, I don't know the merits of her particular. Lawsuit. I have no idea what she experienced at Fox, but it is still ongoing. I mean, that is like an ongoing thing. We even asked cats because you know he knows everybody at Fox if he had help us, and he was all He was super weird about it, too. Like I feel like it's possible she is still in his basement because because he's been so quiet. You know what I mean? And he won't directly answer the question. Or maybe he just won't ask the people at Fox, who would tell him or to his credit. Maybe he has asked them, and they also won't answer. Cause it's a I don't know if it's too touchy of a subject or what, but that is crazy to me. By the way, she did not write her own book. I just want to point that out. How do you know? Because that was another lawsuit I saw because she got into a lawsuit with the guy that ghost wrote for her. And he was suing her because she didn't pay him. What she was post. Pay em. So that was a whole other lawsuit. Why would you have someone else? Write your books? Zach? She's a lawyer. When she lawyer, right? I don't even know Super. I mean, super intellectual. Why would you have someone else? Write your book? Wow. It's just one more reason that people should buy right for a reason. Which Amy Daisy and I wrote, We wrote it like ourselves, and that is available on Amazon in paperback. Now, um can we play this hilarious audio that we got this clip sent to us on? I can remember who to give credit to, and I actually don't know who the woman in this audio is. It doesn't matter except that she is brilliant and hilarious. And she has something to say to all of us about climate change. Take a Listen baby bug a boo. You're right. Climate change is a fact. The fact is, you can't fix Mama change the climate is gonna change. Change millions of years ago is gonna change. Now. First, it was really hot. Then he got really go. Then it rained a lot. Then it didn't rain at all. The dinosaurs. That caveman dah way home. Die no more. You try to fix climate change. No worse. You're gonna make it. The only thing you can do now is live your best life. Well, son, I have some fun. Just leave the climbing alone is gonna change. Whether we like it or not. Is gonna change plan all the trees you want. They're not gonna grow in time enough to build the oxygen that's already been destroyed. Leave it. I love her. That may be the most articulate explanation of climate change I've ever heard. I need for her. And that Greta Finberg girl to be in a room together. I just want this woman just just get in her face and say Greta Prize. Good change, and a little later we're gonna play some clips from Bill Maher. And he touches on this and one of these clips, not climate change directly, but just the level of ridiculousness And this is Mark who's a total lefty, the level of ridiculousness and doom and gloom and insanity that comes from the left on a daily basis, like it must be exhausting and He will just eventually tune you out. They have the first Earth Day was about global cooling, right? They 15 years ago. Al Gore did that that big concert. We're in five years or 10 years We were all gonna be dead..

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"mark who" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"mark who" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"The road Rage and to an end, Rational radio, The Rick hunger show. Welcome back to the Rick under show. What do you say? We hear what you have to say? Let's get to your calls. We're going to begin with Mark Who's calling us from Chicago. Mark? Welcome to the program. What's on your mind? Well, Rick, I think Trump's presidency and what might be the ending of it here reminds me of two things Remind me of the fairy tale. The Emperor has no clothes and Orwell's book, 1984. Uh, sort of ships between these two. I mean, I think many of us have known from the very beginning that Trump was not really Capable of being president. And he certainly shown that I mean he was smart at the beginning to hire all those generals to help him and then he fired them all or they quit. Um You know, and now he's doing crazy stuff. I really appreciated Adam Kids anger the Republican representative from Illinois, his comment that this is insane. He's made a couple of comments. He's been a real straight up guy. I agree with you. And I'd like to. I'd like to hear more Republicans do this, you know, But then, on the other hand, Fox is so I mean, Trump is someone who has been a bully all his life, you know, led by his watch his father was telling him and by Um Roy Cohen and, uh, He was a terrible bully and, uh, in college, but I guess he went to a military school. He really mistreated people. I think he trained himself. He learned how to be a bill bullet. He learned how to Push people's buttons and we're told he read mine conference He became president. He kept my income by his night stand. So we're told, according to his wife. Yeah, hey, wanted to learn how to control people, and he's been very successful. That's the 1984 aspect of this. Which is scary. The other thing you know, I wanted to mention I really thought it was insightful of 11 of your people yesterday. I think said, uh, people in rural areas there they listen to fax. Online. They're isolated. They don't get out and talk to people. So of course they're upset if they believe everything, Trump says. You know, they'll be up again. You know what? Mark? I Since you brought that up, I'll take this moment to say this. I think Fox has behaved pretty darn well during this election. They really mean that some of the opinion people at night have not But by and large when you look at the news side of Fox, you know the bread bears Martha McCollum's. I think they've played it really very straight in this election, and I, for one, appreciate that. Well, I'm glad to hear that. I don't watch Fox. So I I admit, I don't know about only what I've heard, Um The, uh the other thing. I don't agree with what you've said. I hope I'm that you're wrong about this idea. Trumpism, uh, still exist. I don't I don't know what you mean by that. Unless unless you mean uh All. I don't know what you mean. I think people have been taken in by Trump and I think yeah, but that's that's what I mean. I agree with you people have been taken in by Trump, and I think that many of them still are and that's why I say I believe Trumpism very much does still exist. When we had all hoped that we could repudiated through this election. I think all of these things that Trump has taken people in on It will continue in their minds as we move forward, and I think that's unfortunate. Mark. I better move on. Appreciate you call next up. We've got Bryan calling from Schomburg, Illinois. Brian, Welcome to the program. What's on your mind? Uh, Trump's behavior in the post election periods been typical Trump, you know, childishness obstinate. It's uh Acting like a spoiled baby. You know, it's so sad, and it just goes to show that you know that's his mental ability. And that's why we're in this horrible situation with the Corona virus. I mean, the case is an hour. Escalating very quickly and Of course, Trump's prediction about how we just disappear after election was completely wrong. But certain right wing media types don't want examine those facts and it's It's very disgusting. You know, it's interesting. Somebody who was a pungent on the right who I know. Wrote on Twitter trying to be very clever, saying So. Are we still concerned about the coronavirus toe, which I wrote back and said, Yeah, hear the numbers just from today. The question is, why are you concerned? But you would be amazed some of the responses that I saw and they all lead back to one thing. People who if they don't think that they are in danger. You know if they're young, if they're healthy, and they're not afraid, because they think they'll be okay, then they say, Well, I don't care about the Corona virus, and I thought that was so telling. Because these people were so self centered that they have absolutely no concern. No empathy for families who have lost loved ones. Those people themselves who have died and the many more that are going to come and this begins to be what we see in the way your average trump supporter thinks and it's It's really tragic. You know, their concern is solely About themselves. And doesn't that really match the behavior of the person who they choose to follow? Yes, it does..

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"mark who" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"mark who" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I'm being canceled by my own wife of nine years. Believe it or not. I'm a Hispanic currently serving the army for 11 years. Wife is white and stayed home, Mama, three kids and one on the way she's a hardened trump basher. She thinks the president is an incompetent fool, racist and a disbeliever in science when it comes to mask wearing well, apparently I am There's no changing your mind on any of that. It's very sad that it can't be as as as outspoken as I want to be my own home about my political views. I can't tell her outright that I love and support Trump for everything he's done for our country. She has threatened divorce. If I were to say anything positive about him or any Republican a part of me wishes. Gosh, um one thing keeps me around. My kids can't be without them. I can't raise my shield high my home. Please keep yours. Hi for me, man. Mike. Yeah, Shields high for you, but that's tough. I'm so sorry about that. That's not an easy situation on the home front. But I look I don't believe that people should allow their politics too. To corrode and degrade their personal relationships. It's just It's not worth him and the people around you. That's your life. That's your that's what you're dealing with everyday. It's just so sad. It's so sad. I can't imagine Taking that perspective I can handle even the loony ist live as long as they're respectful, Nice and you know, willing to shut the blank up about their politics when they're around me, and that's fine. I'll do the same by the way. It's not a one way street so we can I can be around anybody and not talk politics with them and get along just fine. But I always do find it pretty Really amazing. When people find out what I do in a social setting, and I usually tell them something like I work in media. That's my I don't know where I am Who I'm dealing with it to say I work in the media. We'll say, you know, I I do voice overs for this guy Producer Mark who's lighten up the lighting up the charts that says something like that. You don't I mean, so what do you have to drag me into it? I don't know. I figure maybe then they'll like me, so I just said I try to come up with something is very non confrontational. But they keep pushing. And then they find out what I do. There is this tendency. Of course, only the lives will do this to me. Do they? Although here they'll find out that I work in talk radio. As in I host a nationally syndicated talk radio show on I think over 180 stations now and they'll say something like Well, Have you ever thought of and then they launch into Sunday was like yes. That talking point that sounds like it comes out of a DNC press release. Yes, I have thought of that. Yes, I have heard that it was like, Oh, my book. I'm going to blow your mind with this one thing you know, I I work in an office doing something has nothing to do with politics. And you do this all day long, But I'm I just met you. And within 30 seconds of meeting you. I'm gonna totally shattered your sense of of politics by dropping this bomb. People do this all I can't. It happens all the time happens all the time. It's kind of the version of well remember when I was in the CIA when people found out it was the same thing that I work for the government, and I'm an analyst..

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"mark who" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"mark who" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Who's in Chicago. Dillon. Welcome to the program. What's on your mind? So I wouldn't talk about clemency granted tunes. Roger Stone, and I think it's really important that as we talk about this, we remember that the part of the Mueller reports specifically relating To Roger Stone's crime is still redacted and has not been released publicly at given that Mueller himself took the extraordinary act of writing and up ahead on this issue. I think it's way past time. Teo publicly relief. What? The findings of the mullah report worse so that we can completely contextualized. That's what is President Trump granting clemency. That's a great point, Dylan it really is and you're correct. It is still redacted, and I don't know if we'll ever see it. But I will say this. The one thing that we do know is that this evidence whatever it may have been was presented to a jury. You know, That's something that I think people are missing. This was not a situation where somebody felt pressure. To come in and plead guilty, whether it was to protect a relative or to protect the president. You know, this was not that situation. This was a situation where evidence was put forward before a jury and that jury voted to convict on seven felony counts. That is not something that should be going unnoticed. So yeah, I mean, I agree with you. It'd be great if we could all get a look at exactly what happened here and what the charges were. But I have to say when, when we know that the very nature of it because Roger's Don't told us That the nature of what he was doing was to protect the president of the United States. And when we know that a jury of his peers found seven Felony. Seven. That they convicted this gentleman on then, boy, we've already got a lot of information and enough to know that this was really out of bounds when you say I I wass and just one last point. You know, the power of either clemency or pardon has been used on behalf of perjurers. Rosters were criminals and people convicted of official corruption. And you know how about people who have been convicted of murder? Add that to the list of who this president is pardoned. Right. So you know, there's the rottenness. Of the use of official power that this is something that we all need to wake up and raise our voices up about. Well, I couldn't agree more. I know. I am anxious to see Dylan how this polls I I really am. I really wonder if the American people are now just so ignored. Teo trumps behavior that it's just going to kind of fly over their heads, or if they are gonna have a reaction. Dylan appreciate your points. Let's go to Mark Who's calling us from Chicago? Mark. Welcome to the program. What's on your mind? Yeah, Rick regarding Trump wanting to review universities of tax exempt status, It just seems like another thing he's throwing against the wall, see if it'll get some attention. Uh, this is the way he governs by the bully pulpit. I don't think he really cares about anything other than his election. He doesn't have really Too much to stand on. I mean, ah! Universities. No, he's going on an old idea that universities are teaching left just things. I mean, that's kind of ridiculous. Wouldn't matter if they were. I mean, you know the point that I make about this Ah, you know, And I used the example at the beginning of the program of member Lois Lerner and that whole adventure where Republicans were very upset, and by the way, as I said, then I had some sympathy for them, because while it turned out, Lois Lerner was not actually Breaking the law in holding up these 501 c four applications for conservative organizations. You know, there was no question in my mind at the time that she was playing a political game, and she did not have the power to do that. The IRA rest does not have the power to do that. There are certainly rules. Where you Khun deny that status. To an entity, but you don't get to deny that status based on political ideology. Same goes for the president of the United States. It may be his opinion as he has stated that our universities are teaching leftist ideology and they are turning out bad Americans and that maybe his view, you know, I mean to this president, If you don't agree with him, you have to be a bad American, or Ah, ah, leftist extremists. But you know what? I don't really care what he thinks. Because that's not how the rules apply. He, Khun tell the Treasury Department until his face turns blue instead of orange that he wants to take away the tax exempt status of universities that he doesn't feel. Are executing a proper curriculum to turn out good Americans, and they are not legally allowed to do that, because the one thing that the IRS is barred from considering with respect to any tax exempt organization is ideology. So this is all a bunch of nonsense. But it is yet another example of how this president has absolutely no respect for the law. And why, more importantly, why the law is the law? Does he think that the next president who comes in who might be a liberal gets to go Toe Liberty University and say, I think what you are teaching these people. Is absolute conservative crockery and I'm taking away your tax exemption. Well, he doesn't think that's the thing. He just lookinfor wedge issues to divide Americans and hopes that he can promote his own reelection. I think that's what everything he does is about these days. Yeah, And I think he just says stuff. But you know what? Even he actually probably believes he has the power to do this. This president seems to think he has powers that that have never existed. Neither in our Constitution or in our statutory law. He doesn't have the power to do this so he can talk about it all he wants, but no the Treasury Department and through the Treasury apartment, the Internal Revenue Service cannot Take away a university's tax exempt status because they don't like or they or their president doesn't like what they're teaching. Just can't be done. Ah, it's just Maurin Sanity. Mark, Thanks for your comments. All right. That's a wrap on our one For today. We got a really interesting our two for you. We're going to take a look at this stress between the White House and the CDC and what that's doing to the American public. As we battle the Corona virus. We're also going to take a look at why the Catholic Church got somewhere between 1.5 billion And $3.5 billion in PPP money, while small businesses in America are being forced to close their doors forever. We got that and more when we continue here on the wreck Hunger show..

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"mark who" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"mark who" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Welcome to the jungle has chose to speak with labor law attorney joy Smith who has graciously agreed to extend all the way for the next hour or so if you're on live we'll get to your call starting with bill in Pittsburgh I bill yeah yeah I went out to eat more theoretical question are identical what could potentially happen today a clinical healthcare worker could be a nurse Dr right your therapist became infected in fear if we go with that nineteen and they saw their available time off in a card because you're reading the same protective equipment in a way which therefore told them to use that but which is not in agreement but how it's supposed to be used if you look at me the packaging they all they not dental patient you if that single you know basically you get a room and before you leave the room he disposes that and most of us know they are being you later never met the reviews okay sure at you know this is a really hard time to be on the front lines of health care workers and health care providers have been exempted from the families first coronavirus act that would allow them to expand its sick leave which means you know there's additional pressure to show up on the job and I am hearing from many many of my clients a lack of PP and masks I think one of the problems we face in ocean that regulate ten promises a safe workplace the end of the pretty high I think for example in the first broke out of somebody and then pull your head so you're going to Wuhan China I think that probably would have qualified as an unsafe workplace but right now I think it's going to be challenging it to argue that with our own country CDC is saying you can wear bandannas to work yeah which we all know has a much much lower degree of effectiveness so can we meet the standards of the oceans on safe work place when your government regulations and guidelines are suggesting things like band Dan is there okay I I think it's I think it's a really tough situation right now for for healthcare providers and and my heart really goes out to them yeah good points thank you this is mark who calls in from new Milford Connecticut hi you had a question I've been for a loan from my job but I had compiled to about ten weeks of PTO time paid time off and my job is to tell me that I had to use all that before I could actually apply for unemployment and I was wondering should I be applying after my vacation runs are my PTO runs out or am I eligible to do it before it runs out sure unemployment is regulated by state I'm not admitted in Connecticut but I can tell you in most places what would happen you can either wait to apply or apply now and then what they will do is accept your claim that you stand to benefit until you've exhausted your paid leave so if you apply now it will just say you know denied until your your paid leave and then then we'll accept the claim so you don't need to wait but you can wait if you would like to good luck mark and Jackie in Bethel Connecticut hello Jackie yes good evening gamble how are you doing well thank you I'm good I have a question for joy if you're for a load for a few months from your corporation are they obligated to take you back even though they state that you are still an employee after the two months Carlo or however are we talking about a private corporation now this big government workers all or is it it depends if it is a private corporate a it's a big company but it's private right yeah okay very good so not not public sector private sector got about thirty seconds joys if there's no contractual rate you they could indeed come back and say we're not bringing the furloughed workers on you know again if you're in an at will employment jurisdiction which means they don't need good because that's a fairly easy to do so so absent a contract agreement you know they may not be anything you can do it the furlough turns into a a permanent separation good luck to you Jackie the other callers out there we will get to your calls.

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"mark who" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"mark who" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Great one mark who have been usually having culture Fridays of poor but we got a special appearance by hand today coming up four o'clock hour she has forgotten more about Jeffrey Epstein than most of us will ever know he's been writing about this man for the last fifteen years and we're going to pick her brain a little bit about it also big doings in the Pentagon today and also in Congress with regard to the defense authorization act of reading it as a national security issues a little bit later on right now I'm so excited sit back and enjoy this we're gonna get into justice on trial the capital confirmation and the future of the Supreme Court brand new book by Mollie Hemingway in Kerry's Severino during this confirmation process ladies you were regular guests on this program talking about it mall you're covering it for the federalists and as a fox news contributor in Kerry you're with the judicial action network racial crisis nicest network sorry thank you for being here it is wonderful to be here congratulations on taking our extensive interviews during that time and just putting it into a book pretty easy way to do it I'm joking because this is incredibly research did did you start pretty much right after the confirmation hearings well we we were gathering information while the hearings were going on in my role as reporter and carries role while working on the nomination and to advance the nomination so we thought we knew a lot we knew there was a good story there and we knew we had good access but we have no idea how good it was going to get when we started sitting down with people and what we you know what we thought we knew was nothing compared to what they had to tell us so we were we were really happy to combine all these stories we interviewed more than one hundred people including the president and other people at the White House Supreme Court justices top people at department of justice you know many senators and their staffs so it's a pretty exhaustive look at it from multiple angles your instincts were great because as this whole thing was playing up before our eyes I know I was thinking my god I want to know what's going on behind closed doors the inside story here and Molly your your journalistic credentials are impeccable and and and no one can question them but suddenly carry their questioning your right to write this book because you were actually part of the process to get justice Cavanaugh confirmed what why would that preclude you from writing about this story good question I mean I I think the edict with the goal here was not even to advance one side or the other but to make sure the actual facts were out there like I because I click for justice Thomas and I seen that there is more than the phases of the war phases to this process that we've seen so far first without even trying to delay the nomination that didn't work then they tried to defeat him and even destroy his character it so they they failed on on defeating him but the next step which we saw with justice Thomas is that nature could try to discredit him this is where we see this is where we are now in the cabin a confirmation when it went Thomas and hill you know right after those hearings with everyone the nation's watching it and when they took polls right afterwards two to one Americans said they believe Thomas over him but now in this ensuing decades we've had just a steady drip drip drip of constant change the narrative we thought the way to combat that is to actually have the fat that there so we're we're not pulling their punches which we try to tell the full story we tell the story for example of the primary in the various was were calling in the primary where they're trying to say who nominate and the arguments for and against different different candidates right we tell some of the story of of some of the but seem to you missteps of the team or you know where there was internal debates of what is the right strategy to do but we think it's important to make sure the fax there because that's what's going to combat the false news specially when it's fresh in people's minds and you could get really almost contemporary interviews with these people this is a really you know it's weird to me how much goes on in our news cycle but isn't it bizarre that it wasn't even a year ago well process I am glad like forever ago I am glad that we did it as quickly as we did we knew it was important to get it while it was fresh in people's minds but also so many people we met with I don't know if you remember this they would bring their calendars and they'd say I was just about to throw these away or is just about the now my documents were like thank god we got to them because if you're doing a book like this in ten years people are gonna remember those you know nitty gritty details like we have and the memories even though are they would say things like well this happened and then a couple weeks later this other thing happened we would look at the counter saying that was two days later because it just it tile felt like it helped me and daydreaming out of a fire yeah I know we were feeling that covering it done this program as well and by that you know we have fun with the news so I remember during this process we actually goof around is that okay let's cast who will be in the HBO movie when they do this whole thing so I know you love this story you can now get the book so you know everything that happened in the story it's called justice on trial the cabin a confirmation and the future of the Supreme Court I usually love to have authors on their book is fresh because I can move the needle on the best seller list but I can't move your needle anymore you're at the top of the bestseller list all resumes regulations yes from even before the the from the day before the book came out we I do not think we expected that we we know we were interested in it but we've heard so many people saying how interested there in and even people who are writing stories about at the telling us their readership is off the charts so I think it was a cathartic thing for well to be able to you know to read that narrative and and remember yes that is how that is what I remembered and I had no idea this was going on it's sort of it's it was a really traumatic thing for the country to go through a lot of what we're gonna get into it I think what makes the book so great is that it is an incredibly compelling and dramatic story with bigger than life characters that we also play up before our eyes but the way you write about it it's incredibly researched and and you give so much great background to set up what happened during these hearings so let's do a little bit of what you do in your book justice on trial let's start with the the the past how we got here from there I mean you talk about the Bork hearings you talk about the the the Thomas hearings as well why is that such an important background Kerry well what we saw it looking through this is the way the confirmation hearings are run today is really just a composite of what we've learned from previous nominations battles and it goes back even before Bork to there been issues with with specially Republican presidents having it an idea of what are we looking for with people it's been quite you had many of the most liberal justices in history who were appointed by Republican presidents and so you kind of scratching your head what keeps eyes an hour off my mount Rushmore about the justice yeah yeah you can see it sounds like he may have acknowledged that that would that some of his worst mistakes were in fact appoint people like or a warrant to the bench but we and we've learned from that we've learned from things like the Bork hearings that's it would with any Wii U. contrast how that happened and how this happened the Bork era it was thought of as unseemly to for the eight anyone from the administration to be advancing the nomination even for the nominee to be defending himself we learned that even his own son who is a journalist the time went on TV at one point to say your not being honest about my father's record and he got a call from his dad saying stepped out I I stand out I don't want I don't want my family doing this is not appropriate nowadays we we have realized that if you just see the battle and see the field to these literally hundreds of opposition groups you're going to get it to Bakul like that was where a good man's reputation was smeared and it was career wise it is a judge at least was ended and of course he had a great career later as an author and is a real leader in the conservative movement we learn from that we learned from Thomas Thomas from suitor women remember before Chandler bush nominated David Souter they thought well the solution here we'll have a some with no track record then will they will have an easy cuff I still messed with John Sununu about you I promise yes it's a looter was good really good the news but it turned out soon good at cedar was one of the most liberal members of the court it's it's also funny though because even with as bad as you turn out to be the last was already showing how he's going to the end of roe versus Wade bags right which shows the progression of that it first they will attack anyone and second it doesn't pay to go for the dark horse and just think will seek somebody because whenever we have done that it has backfired so we south Thomas and we in he's we'd even learn something from more recent hearing there was a lot of concern after Chief Justice Roberts's decision in obamacare saying okay you can have someone who is is brilliant you know seems to have conservative credentials however maybe they don't have the courage to when it when push comes to shove come with his decisions that are the most difficult and it you know you're gonna get a lot of political blowback so one of the things that president trump look for explicitly as list with courage that is that Kerry Severino her co author Mollie Hemingway is also with us we're talking about the book justice on trial the cabin a confirmation in the future of the Supreme Court and Molly that does bring us to sort of the political story here in the background and I had to do with president Donald Trump as a candidate completely unknown many people pointing out the factoring the run that he had just been a Democrat a decade ago we didn't know where he stood on these issues on the issues that matter when it comes to Supreme Court appointments and a lot of us you know we were reluctant to really go forward with this man as our candidate because of that issue but then something happened during the campaign that that changed everything right when Donald Trump was elected and shocked so many people one in four of his voters said that the Supreme Court was the reason why they voted for him that is such a difference from how it started if you remember in Iowa they're having debates and a new story got out which we found out was actually not completely accurate saying that he was going to nominate his sister is a liberal for who was a liberal a federal judge to the court that's not actually what he said but but people in are you telling me the media is quoted in this character as something done but it was it was something where voters really didn't have confidence in him and then in the midst of all this you've got Ted Cruz who really you can be confident I think with him that he would have good judges is is competing well then Scalia dies and people are just devastated they do not want to lose this presidential election when such an important seat is on the line so that very first night Donald Trump comes out with actual names of two judges that he would like to nominate to the Supreme Court and it was very different from how previous candidates have handled things with it I like someone in the mold of Thomas the night was nominate someone very different and and it goes so well and he starts talking about his rallies that he decides he wants to put together a list of nominees and so they get working on it so normally the vetting process when you're in in an administration takes a very long period of time and it's you know it's after someone retires and you're trying to figure out could be good they actually started there's in March of twenty sixteen and it was good that they did because they had that not that of a seat to fill right when he was not you're rated but they as Kerry noted they're looking for people who are courageous they're looking for people who have the right judicial philosophy they're looking for people who are young and will have a long tenure god willing on the court so they put together a really great list then they strengthen it and say that they're they're going to stay he says I'm gonna only choose from this list and he adds a few names including Neil Gorsuch and any updates the list again yeah I'm in anticipation of a potential additional vacancy and that's when justice are judge cabin on gets added to the right at the time judge Cavanaugh and you do spend a bit about Gorsuch and and but where I want to skip ahead to cabin on now because that really is obviously the meat of the story however Gorsuch in cabin I have something in common and had to do with the vacancy the per capita was up for yes they both clerked for justice Kennedy same justice the same year so it was one of the we I love finding the photos for this book because it was just.

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"mark who" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"mark who" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg survey and just to put that in perspective GE trading at nine dollars and twenty seven cents as we speak. Boeing has fallen four point nine percent. The planemaker said late Friday that will cut production of the seven thirty seven max jet in the wake of two fatal crashes. Boeing will make forty two planes a month down from an earlier target of fifty two. Now, the biggest advance belongs to sign Mantech up. Six point two percent. The security software maker was raised to buy from neutral. Goldman Sachs didn't Bob my Bloomberg showed the stock only had one by rating fbn securities and twenty-five old ratings before Goldman's upgrade. Now, what win resorts has gained two point one percent? The Zeno recently made a takeover of her frustrations crown resorts that was rebuffed the coin of the Australian Financial Review the report cited unnamed people familiar with the matter, Greg. Oh, thank you very much. Dave wilson. With this hour's market drivers report and now politics policy, power and law. Thank you. Greg. We are live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, President Trump's homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen is leaving that post. She had been DHS secretary since December twenty seventeen in mcallen, Texas on March twenty first this year, she met with law enforcement personnel about immigration issues Nielson highlighted, the need for a border wall. This is not a manufactured crisis. This is truly an emergency. Our system is breaking. Michaela. Ross is Bloomberg government homeland security reporters joins us now. For more in the story by phone and Michaela, you write about the leadership. I don't know emergency over at D H S what's going on. This is really what a lot of lawmakers are saying is the absolute worst time for the secretary of homeland security to be leaving the department, and we heard that there for the last several weeks for the last several months. Does department and the secretary and President Trump have been you know, beating his message that there is a crisis at the border. There's a humanitarian crisis security crisis. And yet now we see the secretary suddenly out after he really become the face of a lot of these policy issues that were being pressed by the president she's out and we're seeing the allegation of the chief of border protection being elevated her post now that leaves a vacancy there, and then we also saw on Friday. Trump concern confirming pulling the nomination for ice director, and he'll still be there at acting capacity, but still no permanently ship bear. So not only a lack of leadership on the immigration department. But these we're also just seeing it at the department in general, there's a I count by my count about teen senior leadership positions that are missing the department right now are in acting capacity. So Trump said Friday that he they're looking to go into a tougher direction. How? How much tougher can they get than they were excellent question. Because really what the debate is hit plenty of democratic lawmakers that are going to say, you know, she was you know, she was incompetent or she was, you know, really cruel and our policies, especially when she became really the face of the family separation era. However, there's plenty of other people that will say that she has following the law. She was a moderate moderating force, you know, that she really tried to be Trump Solter and back a lot of these policies and a lot of these issues, but the end of the day there's going to there's going to be asylum laws there's going to be migration laws international and of the US that whoever replaces her is gonna come up against a lot of the same challenges including coming into power at a time. When there is a surge of migrants that hasn't been seen haven't been seen in about twelve years. What are you hearing about her departure was she fired by the president? Or did she quit or a little both? We are hearing that this has been this didn't necessarily surprise anyone. She has definitely been under scrutiny by the president for probably about a year. Now, the the first started hearing rumors, but what does the tries people is the timing. Obviously. Again, this is coming in the middle of a really difficult time or resources are very much overwhelmed. I was just at the border last month, you know, with those agents there are hundreds of thousands of people crossing each day. I should say hundreds thousands, not hundreds of thousands. And so yes, it is a difficult time, but she really had seen in the last few weeks like she had gained the confidence of the of the president back with her steadfastness push for a lot of these policies. So it's definitely surprising. Some folks so Stephen Miller who's an immigration hard liner seems to have a lot of influence over the president. Did he have anything to do? As far as you know with this loss of confidence in Nielsen reports are on the ground are hearing. We did get one message official message from the press secretary while the press secretary of the of the White House over the weekend that that Miller one involved in the pulling of the nomination it gave the the the man who is up for to lead ice. So that was their official response on his nomination going to go in that direction. That said, yeah, we're definitely hearing that the is more in line to take even more of an influence. He's already had an incredible influence on the president's thinking on immigration subjects that said, you know, it's not it wouldn't be a Senate appointment, you know, there's so many thirties come with that ten an appointment at the department. So it's a little unclear what else he could do with the more power and just in our last thirty seconds or so then who. Who could succeed Nielsen? I may maybe Miller or this acting. That is exactly what over chasing as well. It's really difficult because at the end of the day, you know, we've been following the story for months because it's been, you know, the concern that she would be exiting resigning leaving of last several months, and it, you know, trying to get someone confirmable. But is also said it confirmable that's also going to be able to carry out some of the hardline policies that President Trump would like he's going to be really difficult is going to be really difficult, and some of the names that are being floated around maybe have lost some leeway with the Senate, or you know, they're considered to hard line. They considered not have enough experience. So it is it is a big question Mark who's going to be able to to get through end in a timely manner. Because clearly this is something that the president would like addressed as soon as possible Michaela Ross Bloomberg government homeland security reporter, thank you for that update. Let's.

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"mark who" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"mark who" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"The way safely and comfortably and loans. Do that then I'm not sure flying. But unfortunately, the way I will around out. I can't take Schule nowadays flat. Unless you know. Of course, I'm up to one four five. Do you think it's inevitable though? At some point in your career. You will eventually move up to one forty five. Yes, definitely bad though. And his trip is just this is just for pleasure. You're gonna go train at different places or it's just union girlfriend. Vacationing it's just me, and my girlfriend will I'm going to begin travelling out there. So he traveling. I'm going to be getting some training out bay. Just. To kinda try maintain shape. And if I'm on stopping go week without him pads doing some full move some activity but lost two weeks all day. I'm actually going to be staying me more strength conditioning coach who now lives in Australia. So well with that, you know, I'm going to get him to get me back in shape and ready for when I get home perfect scenario. Would you like to fight next? Pomona fair. There's no one to cheekily. I just want to work my way up that. I didn't get short gold eventually says whoever they wanna give me to get close to that. You know, take it a five would like I me would be go about 'cause he froze down. But you know, over the UFC gonna give me someone rang pies in. Yeah. I do not know, and I would like to enjoy approaches. No sick aims Cheetos. So you know, again, he fly coming up emotional. How do you know as I say, whoever the UFC gave me off? I'll take it. No problem. Those ideas I like both of those options very much. I appreciate you you saying that what's for dinner tonight. What are we doing? What are we eating? I'm going to curry house tonight. Oh, yeah. A local one he's the favorite one. So, you know, I'm going to guard sit of family, and yeah, you know, I'm going to enjoy a need a lot put on a lot of pounds. You desire. Well, thanks very much for doing this. The congratulations pre she at the time. Welcome. Thank you having me. All right. There is the prospect th-annual would big win for him on Saturday three in a row now, and you have all three via submission great stuff there. Now, another big winner on Saturday. A man who was very emotional after his victory would a nice performance out of him over a veteran and Joseph Duffey Marci Casey the Bonecrusher joining us right now. It's always anytime and say Hello to Mark who's joining us via the magic escape, Mark. How are you? I'm going to. I'm doing great great to talk to you again. And congratulations on the win. What a big win for you. What a great performance, and it was really nice to see the emotion because I know how much the wind meant to you a forty eight hours later. Do you feel you've calmed down a little bit? Or are you still a little motion about what transpired Saturday? I'm good just it's more of a relief after released. Yeah. Have you ever? Sorry for interrupting go ahead. Go push from a bike low. But I needed that win. Have you ever felt like that after a win? No, no. Because I mean, I've trained hard before was like this company went through a lot and the obviously my personal lives things going through in eighth. Just came, you know, Kim to the NFL like, you know, everything, you know, things phase go by. So it was emotional..

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"mark who" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"mark who" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"The way safely and comfortably and loans. Do that then I'm not sure flying. But unfortunately, the way I will around out. I can't take Schule nowadays flat. Unless you know. Of course, I'm up to one four five. Do you think it's inevitable though? At some point in your career. You will eventually move up to one forty five. Yes, definitely bad though. And his trip is just this is just for pleasure. You're gonna go train at different places or it's just union girlfriend. Vacationing it's just me, and my girlfriend will I'm going to begin travelling out there. So he traveling. I'm going to be getting some training out bay. Just. To kinda try maintain shape. And if I'm on stopping go week without him pads doing some full move some activity but lost two weeks all day. I'm actually going to be staying me more strength conditioning coach who now lives in Australia. So well with that, you know, I'm going to get him to get me back in shape and ready for when I get home perfect scenario. Would you like to fight next? Pomona fair. There's no one to cheekily. I just want to work my way up that. I didn't get short gold eventually says whoever they wanna give me to get close to that. You know, take it a five would like I me would be go about 'cause he froze down. But you know, over the UFC gonna give me someone rang pies in. Yeah. I do not know, and I would like to enjoy approaches. No sick aims Cheetos. So you know, again, he fly coming up emotional. How do you know as I say, whoever the UFC gave me off? I'll take it. No problem. Those ideas I like both of those options very much. I appreciate you you saying that what's for dinner tonight. What are we doing? What are we eating? I'm going to curry house tonight. Oh, yeah. A local one he's the favorite one. So, you know, I'm going to guard sit of family, and yeah, you know, I'm going to enjoy a need a lot put on a lot of pounds. You desire. Well, thanks very much for doing this. The congratulations pre she at the time. Welcome. Thank you having me. All right. There is the prospect th-annual would big win for him on Saturday three in a row now, and you have all three via submission great stuff there. Now, another big winner on Saturday. A man who was very emotional after his victory would a nice performance out of him over a veteran and Joseph Duffey Marci Casey the Bonecrusher joining us right now. It's always anytime and say Hello to Mark who's joining us via the magic escape, Mark. How are you? I'm going to. I'm doing great great to talk to you again. And congratulations on the win. What a big win for you. What a great performance, and it was really nice to see the emotion because I know how much the wind meant to you a forty eight hours later. Do you feel you've calmed down a little bit? Or are you still a little motion about what transpired Saturday? I'm good just it's more of a relief after released. Yeah. Have you ever? Sorry for interrupting go ahead. Go push from a bike low. But I needed that win. Have you ever felt like that after a win? No, no. Because I mean, I've trained hard before was like this company went through a lot and the obviously my personal lives things going through in eighth. Just came, you know, Kim to the NFL like, you know, everything, you know, things phase go by. So it was emotional..

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"mark who" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"mark who" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Why don't you point seven kiss FM? Thank you for listening to us. Right. So. Yeah. Potential podcast coming out of this show being born left. And right now, we got Mark youth and Mark wisdom producer Mark who's married and we got Mark youth who how do you Mark youth twenty six twenty six forty seven. What did that? That's a age gap called the magic marks twenty one. Kalina? Yeah. Morning out. So you posted that you got engaged. Yeah. Congratulations. Exciting people excited. For the most part. I think so good. But what happened? So we got engaged and we're obviously both really really happy. And I posted it on social media, and I never really post. I don't know. Maybe that's what happened. But within like an hour is noticing when I was starting to lose that. I it was like five or ten and so I just figured. Haters never going to be happy. Who cares? They're not taking my happiness seriously. By the end of like a couple of hours later, it was about like a hundred. Kept on Reggie robbing. Like why like five ten fifteen? I remember I was in the restroom and I had like. Oh my God. Are you serious and in the other room? Like what happened? What happened did you drop the ring like what's going on? But I just keep on moving. Is that something that occurs to people drop off because they're uninterested when you become attached interesting guys, I'm assuming okay? So I. Most of the guys, but there were a couple of girls too. And I was surprised because then I downloaded that app. Which is a bad idea. You can see you and follow. Yeah. Yeah. A bunch of people that I knew I was like, oh, maybe they feel guilty now following you knowing that you're going to get married. No. I think it was all these people that either had crushes on you. And now they're out. One of my co worker that her her husband. The calls from his friend saying. Were really bad. And they all followed me. Here's what we need. We need to not focus on the followers. Let's focus on the leaders. And that is you and your fiancee leading yourselves into a whole new chapter of your life. Bad. I like it. Yeah. We gotta stop worrying about how many a caboose are on the train here. Right. Right. You're just going to get new followers. You know, Mark Malbak? You're twenty six isn't that? Right. Thank you. He's in the social department. All right. Well, happy. I'm glad you. Engage. Let it be long. So you're sure and if you get married congratulations ahead of time. Wow. That's incredible. Thank you Ryan for you. When you're just like so negative when it comes to marriage. I am not my parents have been married all their lives. You are. Well, look people either maker, they don't. Pretty fifty fifty. She just got engaged and she's all happy. If you get married what how long she seeping gates before. She gets married. I don't know two year. I say year two years for sure. You. Get married with a two month. Nick Priyanka that issue. All right, Nick and Priyanka.

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"mark who" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:47 min | 3 years ago

"mark who" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I mentioned our friend Colin suitor, Colin suitor who is taking a break from reviewing movies with us on Monday mornings. He did it for nineteen years or so nineteen twenty years, and he's taking some time off he's going back to school and doing some other stuff. So he he's not going to be reviewing with us on Monday mornings anymore. But Jim Liszkowski is filling in for him. And now, he's our regular. He's our regular second reviewer along with the air children's. Anyway, Collins, also, a filmmaker. And he made a documentary many shot. It can't even remember. So I think it was about fourteen years ago when he when he when he started shooting in and got released early two thousand eight I think and it's called break-up date, and it's a documentary about. This is what the hell they describe it documentary romantic comedy about the awkward and uncertain time between relationships when one is confronted with the dating world in a culture of speed dating online dating in too much choice. So if you if you want to see it, I'm actually featured in it. So I'm one of the I'm one of the the people that are featured in the documentary. He's got people from all walks of life talking about their breakup. And and dating in general, and he goes to on a to a speed dating night at a bar. Covers online dating and covers he goes to an actual place a cuddle party where people just cuddle each other. Which was a real thing. And he yes. So he so he made this really entertaining documentary. And and I always mentioned it on anti Valentine's Day because it's a it's a good movie to watch it's called break-up data streaming online. Now. I mean, if you just go to. If you just got IMDB page, it's there you can watch the whole movie just click onto it. So I'm assuming it's all available on YouTube and all that stuff. There's a trailer online as well. So what's called break-up date and our good friend, Colin suitor. Directed it and put it together. And it's really a it's really an interesting movie of fun movie. And and a documentary about relationships in about breaking up and getting a getting back together and all that stuff, and you get to hear me tell the dead ringer story. I tell the dead ringer story in the in the movie, you get to see me tell the dead ringer story in that movie in break updates. So Cowan suitors film break update. I highly recommend that one. All right three one two nine eight one seven two hundred. Here's Mark who's gonna walk on WGN. Hi, mark. What a great show. Thank you, really super. I was dating a younger guy. I mean, just the twenty years back. I was just coming out of the closet, blah, blah, blah. He was a dancer. I thought this is going to go to real places marriage the whole nine yards, and he here we're going to move in together. It was gonna leave then a couple of months into it. He breaks the news to me that his roommate is a little bit more than a roommate. Like husband. But while I'm crying in the car while he's driving me home. He thanks me. Because I helped bring them closer together. That is brutal Mark. It was brutal. What a canal. He was and still is today. That's good, Mark. Thank you for the call. That's funny. Hey, thanks crying in the car. Hey, thanks for we got closer. Because a you. That's brutal, man. Hey, Dan, can you give me a little Sinead O'Connor? Nothing compares to you. This is. I mean, come on, man. This is one of the greatest songs of all time. Now, the interesting thing about this is that was actually. It was written for obviously, everybody knows that prince wrote prince wrote nothing compares to you. But he wrote it for a abandoned that he put together called the family. So the original version of this song, and there's prints altered did a version of it as well. But the original version of the song that was written was written for a band called the family and their version is. Is different is much different than the Sinead O'Connor version and different than the prince version as well. But yeah, so originally people didn't I don't think a lot of people. Well, nobody bought the family except for me because in the eighties. I bought anything that prince was associated with I was prince fanatic. Really? Oh my God. And and still am. I mean, I was devastated when he died, but I had everything that had his name. He had projects with other artists. He wrote he wrote a ton of stuff and put together a super groups and all kinds of stuff. So of course, I immediately bought the band the album by the family. And and and I thought it was great, but NATO counter put it right over the top. And of course video. I mean, the video is just a close up of her face. And then she starts crying. It was just that song. Through the roof when he came here a little bit. Such a great song. Such a great song. And her delivery of.

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"mark who" Discussed on Download

Download

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"mark who" Discussed on Download

"And they get picked up by somebody else, and you kind of have to keep up with where content who's the back catalog content is right. But it seems like we're going to erode were released the big name the office or friends, or you know, parks and rec these sort of big shows, they're just going to be on the service from the network. They were on initially like I think was going to be more options than ever. There's some kind of nice about that of knowing just like if I like these shows, they weren't NBC. They must be on NBC streaming service. Lease. That's where I would look I do you think that would impact like the consumers approach to picking where they wanna go possibly, it gets more complicated than that though. I mean frightens didn't air on NBC, but it's owned by Warner. Brothers. So it will be on the Warner media service. I don't know that the average consumer understands that. And I do think that that's going to start to become a really interesting problem that these companies are going to have to figure out. I mean, Disney's brand everyone knows Disney people know marble, they know Pixar, but a lot of these other companies, Viacom, I don't know that Viacom is a brand that people recognize outside of the industry in the same way. And it will be really interesting to see how companies sort to build up these direct to consumer brands and start to make the case for what their value proposition is. And I do wonder how how this plays out when you do have all these kind of fragmented services. You're right. I think people will start to go and say while no I like NBC shows. I like the office, I like parks and rec I like thirty rock. So I'll probably be NBC universal user and go to their streaming service, or you know, I really like friends and the TC world. So I'll go to Warner media. But I do wonder if it starts become really complicated for people to manage where to find all this content. And, you know, hey, you know, the great thing about cable is that it's all in one place to find you have to think about it in the same way. I was looking on Twitter. There was a conversation going on between John August, the screenwriter and just Mark who's the show runner of counterpart one of my favorite TV shows, which is on stars. And I think they were jumping off of a lot of stuff in the water here. But the idea that Netflix is such a powerful trendsetter the idea that there was that show. I can't remember the name of it..

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"mark who" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"mark who" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"J that's right answer the phone and remember to shout. Oh my God. No MJ. Really, nobody. Nobody else say that yourself. Nobody else says that answer the phone even if you don't recognize the number next chance to win next hour with Tim six oh five to six twenty and you can win a thousand dollars once an hour Monday through Friday from five in the morning to six twenty at night. All that all that all that middle Email. We got fantastic meal for Mark who lives down in Costa Mesa and has had it with a local Starbucks because there's a homeless guy is taken it over months. This Email is sent is from a bad last Saturday, actually, so I guess it's still going on guys there all day. His clothes are torn into. Shoveled. He's larger which means he's fat with messy hair. Probably greasy on watched air. I love this part. My main complaint is that from the second. I open the door. I know he's there. I'm no more than one foot in the door. And there's that sweet pungent B O smell trailing its way into my nostrils. It's awful nearly makes me go into dry. Heaves. Even I sit as far away from the man that there is the smell circulates around the store each time. The AC turns on. I've gone back and forth and Starbucks. I've sent them emails the first four or more responses raw clearly cut and paste responses telling me nothing but generic bleep and policies on Starbucks at how they care for humans, and we're all created equal. And he does right. I'm sorry for this, man. I don't want him to die or starve. He's rather large as John pointed out. I don't want him out in the cold still. He doesn't need to live in here. Day after day. Here's the response like ten times from Starbucks. Starbucks. It's committed to creating a culture of warmth and belonging. Everyone is welcome. This policies intended to help maintain the third place environment in alignment with our mission to inspire and nurture the human spirit. Why one person one Cup in one neighborhood at a time? That's the mantra they pour coffee. What the hell are they talking about? It's not a church a coffee shop. And you can't have a guy with sweet pungent B O in the coffee shop for fourteen hours a day. He claims he got that response. Three times with that nurturing. The human spirit person one Cup one neighborhood at a time these these stupid corporation. Well, our mission statement, we have a mission statement, you.

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"mark who" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

12:28 min | 3 years ago

"mark who" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And we move onto socials Facebook and Twitter, and we encourage you to communicate with us in Iraq. It's very much your show. So let us know what your thoughts are on that. Or if you wanna go straight contact to us voice to America dot com. This plenty of portal's there to Email the show directly to and we encourage you to do it. So in less than forty eight hours Britain is scheduled and that of course, as we know in this day and age where institutions are inapt an impotent and their favorite tactic is to kick. The can down the road Britain is scheduled again to vote on Theresa May's Brexit plan. Remember it's been going on for so long. There've been so many twists and turns it because we really are in new territory, not change agent fake change, but real change. Then it's tough to remember that we are now just weeks away from that article fifty date in March where the break is supposed to happen or not happen. And it is now just a couple months away roughly, you know, eight weeks away or so and. And does this mean that free sommes plan will get through if it doesn't? And if it doesn't get through then what happens to her. But more importantly, what happens to Brexit? What will that mean for the United States? What will it mean for the European Union economy? What will it mean for the millions of Brits? We're going to talk to one Mark who's contributed this program? Several many times before I chatted with remember. He is a perfect people to talk to about this because he is a British citizen who lives with his family in France in works in Switzerland. And so I- chatted with him from his home in France ripe for the program. And I asked him is this truly going to be judgment day for Theresa May. And her Brexit plan, actually, reckless of multi because the fact of the United States before he came to Turkey Israel thing that we are not considering I got the wrong interview for you. We're going to get you the right interview. That's all use. He'll be coming up in about thirty minutes. But we were gonna talk to Mark now. And do we have Mark ready here? Is mark. And I asked him is this judgment day for Theresa May. Frankly, it is uncharted territory right now. I mean, this is the vote on Tuesday, which was put off from the end of last year. Because they knew she would lose. It looks very likely that this she'll lose this one. And I think the question that she now just is around by how much if some some people are saying if she loses it by around one hundred votes, she might survive. If she loses it by more than two hundred votes. Then in fact, she may have to resign. So don't exactly know. But it doesn't like she's gonna pass it will pass when you say if you know, the the one hundred margin the one hundred vote margin versus the two hundred vote margin. Are you talking about when you say will she survivor we talked about will she survive as prime minister or will her Brexit plan survive? Brexit plan isn't going to survive that much is virtually certain unless something amazing happens between now and Tuesday has anything changed with her Brexit plan from from the last time. I mean, did she redo anything? No, not really not not anything tangible. The thing that has happened is the EU if made some say more positive noises about this temporary backstop arrangement about Britain, stay in the customs union because of the Northern Irish border. They've made some let's say Katri comments about that. But it's nothing in the paper nothing written down. So no, fundamentally there is a difference to to this this Bill. And it was just before Christmas. So she can't change you. The EU. He called me changed that going back to the EU. And e you say, they're not reopening the negotiations. So what did Theresa May do over the last whatever four five six weeks when she when she scuttled her own votes because she knew it wouldn't pass if she can't change the plan. How did she just try to change the minds of other her colleagues is that all does that what she's been doing for the last month? Yes. Basically, she's been lobbying her own party members around MP's, try and back Dale all says, she's been lobbying some opposition labor party of backer dealers. Well, it looks very likely she will lose that vote as I say on Tuesday, then the Brexit Dale is dead. L hurt. Brexit is dead. And then it goes opens up another complete kind of worms about what happens next, which is then new against very interesting because the house MP's in the Commons do seem to agree that apart from a few. Let's say wing nuts onto to the extreme that most do agree that leaving the European Union without a deal with the EU will be an enormously stupid thing to do and catastrophic for the economy. Everyone seems to agree that is the case. So what happens after that? Well, there are a couple of options. Well, they sorta linked ready. There's there's one option which has been talked about seems to be gaining ground. Which is this extension of article fifty. This is the deadline that Britain will leave the EU and the twenty ninth of March under the terms. Outlined two years ago. Now, the EU has signaled that it might be prepared to extend that article fifty notification if there's a good reason to and then the possible good reason would be a new referendum. So what could happen is maybe MP's will say we will ask to extend article fifty. So we can get our ducks in a row to launch a new referendum under that process. The EU signaled. It will accept an extension of the article fifty timetable, which means Britain won't leave the European Union on the twenty ninth of March. It will be some point in the future. Some people saying six months others the same could be a year. We don't know that only to be worked out if that's the road that poverty goes down. What do you think? The what is the public reaction to that plan? I mean, the British public reaction not the European the British the people that voted for Brexit two or three years ago. What would your reaction be to basically them's to them saying, you know, we're we're basically not going to we're not going to respect your vote, and we're going to hold another vote. Well, I mean as a lot of people I say are just so fed up with their stay really don't care. I think actually you could argue that's gonna be a large chunk of people just stop talking about it and let and this is a genuine concern in a genuine argument. Let let the government get on with governing the country because basically Brexit has taken up so much time that there are other things that need to be done that just being done such as transport infrastructure. The governor said he would do isn't being doing we've seeing delays on your power stations said that will be built an are being built some of those Brexit related somebody just a fact that government hasn't gotten the time so passed the necessary legistlation to make these things happen. So a lot of people are saying we just need to stop this process. I just get on with our lives. So there's a lot of people in that in that camp right now. Mark is it is it legal. To just hold another referendum. Parliament can do what he wants. If if the MP's a loss. I we'll have another referendum then there'll be another referendum and parliament can tell you that. That's what it's there for. So it could actually do that. Now when she's done starts with elections. That's actually, then another little quirk in all of this. What the labor party is said, they will do Dave very quickly is if and when as say when really Theresa May loses this vote the party of Lucia emotion of no confidence. Now, if they win that parliament collapses, and there's another general election, that's the process. However, they asked the many people say that the Tory MP's are not gonna vote for that. Because that'll be turkeys voting for Christmas. Frankly, so they're not gonna do that. So that's likely to fail. But like I say Theresa May could resign which means Britain could get a new prime minister now under the parliamentary system the people vote a parliament in they do not vote prime minister in. So the conservative party is well within his rights to change his leader and changes prime minister, if it so chooses, and I think that's a that is a distinct possibility I think there is a chance. I'd say less than fifty percent. But I still think there's a chance that Theresa May won't be prime minister in seven days from now. As live resigned and the process that choose another one has has been started is that what you describe is that is that the term parliament control is that what that is. This is the irony in many ways, many people who who support Brexit said they they want to bring powers back all that sovereignty. They wanna bring POWs back to parliament and parliament's exercising. Those powers which looks like it could be a very soft Brexit or no Brexit whatsoever. And those the people supposed Brexit very upset by that which is ironic because they wanted parliament to be in control, which was the whole point for many for Brexit. But when it comes down to choosing a new prime minister, this is actually Itani match after the conservative party, if Theresa May resigns, the conservative party will go back to its membership, and they will vote in conjunction with the MP's. They will vote for a new prime minister or new leader of the policy who then would become prime minister. That's how that would work what we should point out here though. I think is that the conservative party membership, isn't that she very big members of the party, not very big about seventy to eighty thousand and demographically speaking that already above sixty five so actually, it is worry well on some size people to worry that they will actually put in place, a very pro Brexit, prime minister, someone like Boris Johnson. Could well win that vote which many others would say that would be a disaster for the country for his Johnson became prime minister. But it would be a decision for the conservative party membership on who should be the next prime minister, not the general electorate, so it's it could be very interesting times. If that's the case. So as things stand right now, you mentioned in just a couple months, you've got the the exit date, the March twenty ninth for for Brexit, the split date if things stand for March twenty ninth where does that leave you and your family personally because we were talking about this for a couple of years? It's that that date is now just weeks away. I'll be an illegal immigrant because you live in France your British, but you live in France right now. That's right. That's right now. I mean, it all serious this. Yes, there is a property about one and a half million people in my situation. Many EU countries have already said that they knowledge that many British citizens living in the European Union will find themselves in let's say a great legal area. And and will be helpful for those people France and Germany and Spain and Portugal of all set British citizens living in those countries can stay you. We will probably would have to apply for some some. Of different type of residency permit. But yes, there will be some rigmarole I would have to go through. But you don't sound she worked out you. Don't sound you don't sound too worried. I'm not particularly worried. I work I pay tax on property. In france. Clashed with a million Brits living in France. So now, I'm not particularly concerned since you're in France. What's the status of the yellow vest protests? I see there at least back in the news here in America. Are they still they're still out there doing their business? I often out doing business mainly though in major cities, and even by French standards. So a pretty good at protesting it. Yeah. But yeah, right. Even by French standards. This is this is on going at the moment..

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

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:10 min | 3 years ago

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

"They are memories and the excellent those memories are imbued in the physical objects. It's really hard to let go of them. I agree with that. This woman is still grieving woman is still hurting and we need to respect that. And we'd honored that I would help her try to refrain. I'm not a clinical psychologist, but I would help refrain that into how can these items give other people joy, how can you help? I'm certainly not equating to it. But if you think about people who have transplant, you know, the when they're asked to give an Oregon in how can this help something someone else's life being rich to have moved forward with the memory of your husband or your wife or live on and by by helping somebody else. So I would certainly understand her. I certainly understand her views, and, you know, have to be sympathetic, and we'd be supportive of all of that. But I've tried to help her to think about how doing this. I really liked Shelley from before teaching children teaching each other that we need to give to others. You you pay it forward you pay it out don't have to hold onto yourself. So that's what I would. I would try to. Help her do that consider how this helps someone else, Nicole. I don't know if you've ever had any clients who've been in the same place in their lives that you know, perhaps have. In life. We'll so I have not made it to this episode yet. Spoiler alert. But you know, I I don't think it's any major rush for people. So, you know, she's been it's you said nine months, and she may be ready to start. But she probably needs to go at her own pace. Maybe you know, I'm not sure again, how it how it turns out. But I'm assuming are thinking that Murray condo is is recommending that. She keep, you know, a couple of every item that are special to her or maybe take pictures of the very special things, or maybe, you know, in write something down about them. And and to sort of I think that especially with these clients you need to break it down by categories. You can't do close in books, and you know, all of these things at once, you know, maybe one day you work for a couple of hours looking through the clothes and make a few decisions. And maybe maybe the what dictates what you keep is. You know, you agree to keep you know, one sm-. Small garment bag of things, you know. So limiting yourself in that way. But again, like Dr Ferrari said she's grieving it needs to happen at her own pace. And you know, trying to do it too early is going to be counterproductive. I guess the reason why I really liked that episode is because it's the one that fully acknowledges that that. You know, it's it's normal to have an emotional connection with some of your stuff. It's is the external manifestation of the experience of our lives. And and so that's sort of the flip side of we also have a lot of it. Well, we'll Joseph Ferrari, Nicole and Zia look at our phone lines of Virginia, Georgia, Maine, Ohio Vermont America wants to talk about clutter. So let's go to Mark who's calling from Norfolk Virginia Mark you're on the air. Are there as a naval officer my family, and I move approximately every two to three years, and I found that when it's time to pack everything up we get rid of so much stuff. And it's just stuff really. But getting rid of it is actually cathartic. Okay. And so I if you moving all the time, and you're getting rid of stuff, but how is it that you requiring so much more every time you have to move. Well, with the advent of Amazon prime I realized that just exceleron the the accumulation of of stuff, and well, my wife is the primary purchaser I've been culprit as well in the throw away one time limited lifespan objects that we find we'll hold onto broken items. Even maybe if things lasted longer or items were better quality, would we still have a need or the desire to so fill the need for stuff. You know, poor lady in the episode who attracts 'attaches memories to her husband's items. Make me wonder if people with lots of items who are living dissatisfied live is it a loss of appreciation or a numbing of appreciation for the many items that we collect..

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"mark who" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"mark who" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Police in Phoenix Arizona are asking for the public's help in the case of a woman who gave birth at a healthcare facility while being an vegetative state for fourteen years. DNA samples are being gathered from all the men who worked there and currently work there, and there's a lot of controversy surrounding this. Because some of the people are saying, why do I have to get my DNA collected? I had nothing to do with. This is disgusting. It's a very crazy story. Starbucks is putting needle disposal boxes and some of its bathrooms. God I've been asking for months. Needles. Starbucks. Loaned Kendrick my Americano till I dispose of my my Needham needles. Yes. So they can have special taxes because some of the Starbucks employees complained about being stuck by needles when they were taking the trash out so Starbucks is jumping into action to take care of them. And I think everybody in this room won't be excited about this. You will soon be able to sing along to the film bohemian rhapsody, rhapsody and theaters this weekend, they're doing a sing along show at the teachers can show up and go have a good time. You know, you wanted to do it. And now, it's okay. Oh, that's fun. I have a clip play it. How do I play this here? That's all my rest. Never ever. An and cleaning. That you that's me. Back to the news headlines. How between during the serious stories? We play a live clips. Eclipse from tiny to go there. Yeah. All right. We'll take a break day brody's phone tap coming up next. And as we said tomorrow daybreak joined by Gandhi for her first phone tomorrow. Typically, alcohol makes them better. The sixty tatty fraud. She's got to Cleveland steamer to come out in cleaner carpet, Johnny. What are you putting in your hair? And I was like. Starting your. Historian in the morning show, Monday at ten meet the next generation of the bosses on MTV's made in Staten Island. They're ready to change the world. But will they fall into the street life or can they leave it behind? Don't miss maiden Staten Island, Monday at ten nine central on MTV. Full always to Randy Elvis Durant phone tap, Rhody Elvis. But do you have our listener Jimmy wanted to phone tap? His husband Mark who's about to have lap band surgery. He went through all the proper channels to make sure it was covered by insurance. But he's still very stressed about it. He's hoping he did everything. Right. He's excited about the surgery. So of course, I call him. But for the surgery on the days go into what is this? Brody I've been in the situation. Here we go idea. Hi, I'm looking for Marcus or hi, Mark. My name is Charlie and calling from client Messina claims adjuster. How are you today? I'm okay. Hi, good..

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