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"martin eric" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

"martin eric" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"In the city accu weather says it we are in for a very nice evening just beautiful still sunny clear not you made really just a gorgeous early summer night on the way you made at the moment is thirty three percent which you're going to wish you had later in the week the full forecast coming up in just minutes there is humidity there are storms are significantly warmer temperatures on the way to right now those sunny seventy seven degrees we are going down to sixty five degrees tonight in midtown good evening I'm Kathleen marble cap with Zeus time at the tone six thirty anything I've done a bunch of Republicans cut business ties with prospect after the controversial tweets from at city over the weekend Greg Glassman's apologize but still faces a backlash first to criticize the institute for health metrics for calling racism a public health issue dispense dismissing it as quote Floyd nineteen then in a follow up tweet the crossfit CEO seem to suggest the quarantine leads to riots riots that is Glassman now calls his words a mistake let's join ABC news now for a live update two weeks after the death of George for a while in police custody the mayor of Minneapolis announcing some new initiatives long black voices have been silenced they will very much be heard in the conversations ahead around the future of Minneapolis mayor Jacob fry establishing a commission to close the economic racial divide in the city and one to assist residents and businesses who are impacted by looting arson and other violence president trump meeting with law enforcement officials today at the White House and in Houston a line of mourners waiting to pay their respects to Floyd the Reverend al Sharpton outside today's memorial service pushing for an end to police brutality as the residents of the relatives rather of Trayvon Martin Eric garner and others looked on why.

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"martin eric" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"martin eric" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Done you know they left this work for the rest of us to do to make America live up to its ideals well at the very least and we should be creating new ideals you know the constitution doesn't have to just be that static document we've amended it many times we amended to give women the right to vote we amended it to extend the vote to eighteen year olds a week we always have the possibility of improving the Republic the people have to have the will to do it and the consequences of not doing the work what we've been seeing for so for anyone who's lamenting what we've been seeing over the last two weeks ask them how much they have worked to improve this country this Instagram post by lebron James reminded us that before the knee on the neck there was the knee on the ground when professional football players silently protested police killings of black Americans they were condemned by the president and the NFL Friday the lead conceded it was wrong when peaceful protest is cut off how are legitimate complaints to be heard when we peacefully protest we're called ungrateful we're called unpatriotic when in fact to do the work of trying to make this country better is the highest form of patriotism the highest form of patriotism and in fact it is the lack of patriotism in this country the unwillingness of too many Americans to work to make this country better that actually accounts for the condition in which we find ourselves and this is where we find ourselves in just the last decade an endless stream of images of black men and women killed at the hands of law enforcement or armed vigilante Yvonne Martin Eric garner Michael brown Tamir rice Walter Scott Freddie gray Landau Casteel Terence Crutcher both him Shah Ahmad Aubrey Brianna Taylor George Floyd after all you have witnessed about race relations in the United States what gives you hope she well I don't know of anything in the history of black people in this country in which I've read some accounts in which it ended with and then they gave up that's just not what we do I know that we work for the future of our children and our grandchildren and their children that's our obligation we don't have any other choice.

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"martin eric" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"martin eric" Discussed on KTRH

"Calls Venice beach in California home back with more right here on coast to coast AM these guess your Houston's news weather or traffic plus breaking news twenty four seven news radio seven forty K. T. R. A. I. R. tradio station well there is weaker but this storm still poses a danger in Louisiana and Eric sharp it's twelve thirty on newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. traffic and weather together he's been Martin Eric road work is pretty much a heavy topic at this early morning inside six ten six ten south bound between ten the KTM postoak that stretches completely shut down and stepping into forty five the Gulf and between NASA parkway fifty nine at last report that stretch in pretty good shape in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center weather channel forecast a decreasing chance of shower thunderstorm for the rest of the overnight only about a twenty percent chance as of right now lows around seventy nine forty percent chance of rain is what they're calling for your Monday highs ninety two right now it's partly cloudy eighty four still feels like ninety four the case here H. west side door said Lexus twenty four hour weather center news Todd twelve thirty one our top story thousands of people spending the night the darkest tropical depression bury continues to battle Louisiana a hundred thousand people are still without power across the state that's down from a hundred eight eighty eight thousand now earlier berry was downgraded from a tropical storm Sunday though it's pounding the state with rain and wind and forecast expect berry to be much worse meanwhile the Amazon prime day set for Monday and Tuesday it's the fifth here for the Black Friday like sales that has deals that pop up every.

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"martin eric" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"martin eric" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"We know we're doing more now. Just listen to the sound. It's so alive I'm so connected when peyton manning would yell Omaha Omaha Omaha as a viewer. I'm activated always changing the ball Atlanta's Greenwich. He's changing the play. Oh okay what's pay so now. I'm connected to Peyton Manning Omaha now. It's not the teams teams play. It's Peyton Manning's play. He's personalized sports last night. You had three Astros. Mike Watch at the same time did that. He's not GonNa get it off. The Wall throw Oh into second base is too late and it's a leadoff double for Patel Martin Eric Garner guys sorry i Mike Weird. George missed the cutoff man so what you saying through a cutter in a second base right there I love it and stop with the gets in the way the game stay on balls and strikes R._e._n._F._e.. It you can't you have is you can't watch balls and strikes. You have to be babysat. Give me noise. Give me a motion. Give me conversation. I find it absolutely fascinating. I think baseball struggles because because players are far apart. We don't see them connect. We don't see the conversations were in the stands their way down there N._B._A.. Guys are right on top hockey players they literally you can touch them like in baseball their way down there and you're way over here and I feel like I'm involved volved in the game. I absolutely loved that. I think it's fantastic and some of your grumpy but I think it's amazing all right so I just tend to bring my attache case to work. Oh it is stuff with money. This is so much money in there. You can't have outside. I do this every year. Okay I give you it's called my Uncle Collins over unders so vegas predicts how many games teams will win and some of these have already come out and be bet down U._S._C. by the way started at like eight and a half. It's down to seven so these are random win. Totals what I do is I go through my Phil Steele magazine. I go through every bit of information I can and I give you the four four or five and by the way I do four to five every year. I've never had a losing season. I always have a winning season. I this is my favorite bet of the year they're over and unders in college football and the college football practice starts in about fifteen days. So are you ready to go on this. It's all right here. We go overnight. Let's start with an over Michigan State so the guys in Vegas Have Michigan State at seven and a half wins Michigan State's GonNa win more than seven and a half games. Here's why they return seventeen starters..

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"martin eric" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"martin eric" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"But this is a collective gate. You got to have all three phases working. And today the office of phase which has been a powerhouse which has been so reliable was not there today. And particularly the quarterback position. I thought that Cam Newton quarterbacks de missed some throws it definitely made. And some some throws definitely not throwing the ball. Right. So this is a collective game is a collective loss. And you tell you told us a collective loss. Fortunately for them. They write the destiny of this. You're six and six you can win out in the last four games. That's talk that destiny. He doesn't guarantee you that. But it makes you feel better about where you are. It could keep your job. And we'll begin to see how that final quarter of the season plays out beginning this Sunday in Cleveland. Thanks to our crew here herald hammock our technical director Jason Hutchinson. Our game site engineer, David aids and oh black our studio. Engineers by Putman, bend, Blevins, and Jerry doubt. Amy Martin Eric fiddling Kevin Donnelly on the sidelines. David Ogden are executive producers, we send it back one last time to Brett and Mike. Thanks a lot Jim games in progress right now at the two minute warning in the first half chiefs lead Oakland thirteen to nothing jets over Tennessee late in the second quarter thirteen to nothing New England leading Minnesota seven and ten and a half minutes to go in the second quarter. It is Seattle over San Francisco thirteen to nothing's coming up next week. The Panthers traveled to Cleveland the last growed game of the stretch of four out of five on the road. The countdown to kickoff will begin at noon here on the Carolina Panthers radio network kickoff. Just after one o'clock, and then Mike, and I'll be back for the CPI security. Postgame show around four o'clock because we see if the Panthers can get out of this four game losing streak and get back on the winning track. It's Marty said though, you know, you have to just get some big plays. You know, get get things kind of working their way and build up that confidence. And it's a doable. Yes. Is it difficult? Absolutely. So there's no guarantees they can win out. But it looks like for them to get to the playoffs this year. It's gonna take. Absolutely. You gotta get that get things turned around. Just get that one win. I and get moving in the right direction hard to believe that the last time the Panthers play Tampa. They were six and two at the end of that game and feeling really good about the direction. They were headed. It's the final final. Again today is Tampa twenty four the Panthers. Seventeen Carolina football..

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"martin eric" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"martin eric" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Night, two thousand eighteen on news talk eight three O w. We're back here. We have about six minutes to go in this. We plan on being here for a while. Voice Olsen, the the seventy seven fifty seven house margin entering the. So obviously, you need eleven if you're the Democrats to gain majority. How are they attempting to achieve their goal where they at right now, it looks like they've won at least six to eight seats. The majority of them are in. Hennepin county in the third congressional district. But they're showing some signs of holding their own in the second, including a seat down in shock happy where Brad tab key, the former mayor shock copies, the democrat and the Republicans name Chaz is is Eric Martin Eric Mortenson who wanna a primary against the incumbent Bob moon tab key leading that race. So that'd be another pickup. What what I'm seeing is a lot of Ramsey county is not in yet. But the Randy Jessop seat up insure view, a Republican that was targeted and Jessop is down with about a third of the precincts. And so again, we keep watching those suburban second and third ring suburbs. To see it. But it looks like momentum is headed towards the hours in the Minnesota house jazz. You agree. I agree. Looks like a right now about seven seats have been lost. Obviously eleven is the number a magic number, but they have at least twelve seats cetera jeopardy. So I think it is trending towards the Minnesota Democrats taking control of the Minnesota house. Mike, you talked about this early and said that I believe I have this. Right. You correct me if I'm wrong, they typically in off year, the swing is seventeen votes. Right. So they only needed to get to eleven we've talked about the inner ring suburbs and the twin cities area and the Trump effect. How surprise would you be if the DFL ends up getting to eleven or more and it's eighty by some greater Minnesota. I don't think I'd be overly surprised if they got eleven as I said, Melissa Hartman, the democratic leader said if we just under perform what is the. The normal swing. We should be in pretty good shape. What we're going to have though in Minnesota. That's going to be interesting as I don't know that they've called that Senate seat that one Minnesota Senate seat. I looked it not much in. I'm I looked at it. And it was like six percent. So either way I mean, so whoever wins that race it's going to be a one-seat Senate. Yup. And if the Democrats do get their eleven seats, we're only going to be a couple of seats apart in the state house. So we are going gonna have real divided government. I think some of us would see that as an opportunity for Democrats and Republicans to work together, it should work better. When the economy is good, but you know, a little too soon to tell on that front Senator klobuchar speech, she was talking about being more bipartisan in Washington DC, working with Democrats and Republicans now that the houses flipping on the national level. So we've got a lot of work to do in Minnesota in Washington on public policy issues. And so let's hope knock on wood this evening that the message that sent by voters. As for people to work together. The Star Tribune is also calling the gubernatorial race for Tim wall. So right now called this Fox News called this at eight fifteen. So Tim walls will be the vector. It is clear from multiple outlets losses could be an enormous day night and year for the Democrats. If wall's wins decisively, we knew closure was going to win decisively Smith has a healthy lead. If they flip the house, and maybe there's an outside chance they win that special election in the Senate could they come out of this owning governor Senate and the house and the Senate. I mean, they could we don't have any results from that special Senate race up there. But just the current results that are in and this is a lot of Hennepin county, but with forty two percent of precincts in statewide, Tim walls is up fifty eight percent to thirty eight percent while that's a margin that I thought at the outside. He hit at fifty five which he still may come in. But if he hits fifty four fifty five and you start to see the impact on these Minnesota state house races that Democrats showed up or independence voted democrat. In a lot of those suburban seats. But again, there's still a lot of greater Minnesota which will impact the state house and those congressional races. Chaz foolish me. I just thought there were enough Republicans in this state that new Johnson. That felt like that. This is state was dramatically over taxed because Mark Dayton. And would rally Johnson even if they didn't care for the president. But appears a lot of those people who must have voted for the president in two thousand sixteen nowhere near as energized of over Jeff Johnson here in two thousand eighteen it appears that way, but you don't have to remember the governor's race wasn't. I mean, there's a there's multimillion dollars put into this race from both candidates and outside money. But not to the extent that we saw in the congressional races. I mean, I could tell you my parents in otter tail county know more about what happened in the Erik Paulsen. Dean Phillips, raise the Angie Craig Jason Lewis race. And they do the governor's race. Just not a lot of you know, resources were behind that governor's race at and political environment that we're in that's gonna favor Tim walls. All right. Let's reset everything here and remind you Chad Hartman Blois Olson, Mike, Erwin Sanchez Anderson were approaching ten o'clock, so far it is a big Blue Wave in the state of Minnesota. There are parts of the nation, which are definitely moving towards Democrats. But it appears at the Senate that the US Senate is remaining in the majority of Mitch McConnell, and the Republicans were gonna take a pause go to CVS and come back with you on WCTC..

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"martin eric" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"martin eric" Discussed on KTRH

"On News Radio seven forty KTAR, h traffic and weather together. Here's the Martin Eric. We are watching some activity inside to ninety northwest freeway westbound between guests during the west Sam, Houston tollway. It is roadwork affecting that stretch until tomorrow morning, five o'clock Sam Houston tollway eastbound between Alameda and the south west toll plaza pocket or slow traffic there. Ben Martin and the KTAR h Gulf Coast windows dot com. Twenty four hour traffic center. I forecast clear skies lows in the mid eighty excuse me, mid sixties for the rest of the overnight tomorrow. A study starts the workweek flat out highs in the mid eighties right now. Seventy two clear at the Westside northside Lexus. Twenty four hour weather center. KTAR news time is ten thirty one. Our top story while the suspected shooter accused of murdering eleven worshippers at a synagogue in. Pittsburgh will be in court tomorrow Robert Bowers is facing numerous charges, including federal hate crime counts. It could be given the death penalty if convicted the Lisa Bowers that the tree of life synagogue, yesterday morning and opened fire with an assault rifle and three hand guns. Israel is showing Jewish American support in the aftermath is deadly shooting at the synagogue in. Pittsburgh Jerusalem's Old City walls were lit up last night and displayed a message with Israeli and US flags along with the message. We are with you Pittsburgh. And the Boston Red Sox are World Series championship after five to one win over the. In game five in Los Angeles. Just about a half an hour ago. Boston one of the best of seven matchup four games to one. It's the fourth championship since two thousand four for the Red.

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"martin eric" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

09:58 min | 2 years ago

"martin eric" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Back Thirteen eighty w., a. okay the voice of the community, calling four four eight nine, two two seven zero three. O'clock hour we're going to. Have Dr Kumar. Jumps on talk about criminal Justice reform in his recent trip. To Africa one thing that we have to talk about is. Last night During the Miami Dolphins vs Cleveland Browns NFL game we saw that the kneeling started again that the protests were criminal Justice reform and social Justice continued despite the NFL instituting policy earlier this year Said that they would fine or even suspend? Players the NFL and the player's union came, to an agreement to allow protests to continue because. Guess what have you start to spend on your black folks and you have. A bunch of. Five foot five, hundred and, ten pound white news running, around ain't nobody, watching the game in the NFL, realized exactly what was going on what would happen so this morning of. Course we get a presidential tweet Donald Trump tweeted the NFL players are edited again taking a knee when they. Should be standing proudly for the national anthem. Numerous players from different teams want to show. Their outrage at something that most of them are unable to define they make a fortune doing what they love this is what the president has to understand. You cannot have. A meeting on criminal Justice reform last week with the black pastors and then continue to attack black players for fighting for criminal Justice reform the Reason though this, is part, of the national diet dialect, the reason this, is part of the discussion is, because it's the most sustained movement we have had in probably about twenty. Years most of the time when we have one of these social Justice movements what happens is we get outraged. We'll get upset then it builds to a. Crescendo and then it dies down you know. There'll be a new season the real housewives there'll be a new album that comes out new pair of shoes comes up we'd get distracted and it goes. Away But this has been going on since twenty sixteen this predated, Trump and went back to the Obama, administration this is the most sustained movement we've had in a generation and because of, this sustained movement is the reason you're having meeting with the pastors in the first place because people care about criminal Justice reform the reason that you. Have the first step Bill would pass the house will bipartisan support and is now in the Senate being held up by Chuck Grassley is because people are passionate and care about criminal Justice reform so, you're shooting yourself in the foot, when you on the one hand say that we need criminal Justice reform and. You have, meeting there was a meeting, with governors today. To discuss the issue but then hair down. The players were doing the exact, thing that you're saying that we need Just a couple of weeks ago we saw, in Florida another quote unquote stand your, ground case were a white man with a costing a black woman her boyfriend came, out of the store pushed the white man to the ground he shot him and killed him You don't think we need criminal Justice reform how. Many names, do we. Have to lift off we you say outrage at something that most of. Them were unable to define well defined, it for you right now Freddie gray. Landau Casteel Alton sterling Trayvon Martin Eric garner we can go on and. On and on that is the outrage that. Is the issue is not hard to define and? When we say that we need to address these issues is not something abstract is that something obscure is not something. That's undefinable we know what the, issues are We have a. Civil war we have to have a new civil rights Bill for two. Thousand eighteen something addresses police brutality and over policing something that gives African American at, the same constitutional rights as other individuals to not be shot down by their government Something that addresses criminal Justice reform because guess what when you're sentencing people for twenty or thirty years for non violent crimes Violates the eighth amendment of the constitution for cruel and unusual punishment Shackling women two beds who are in custody to give birth as cruel and unusual punishment We are giving local judges some redneck gets elected judge he can extract his His vendetta against black folks. We give them the right. To change people's lives With no oversight no ability to get out from under them. Except for years and years of appeals and litigation Then clearly we. Have an issue that needs to be, addressed we have a one of the largest prison populations in the world you talk about authority Regimes like North Korea and, China and Russia we've got a bigger prison population what does. It say when we have hundreds of thousands of people locked behind. Bars for nonviolent crimes So you know what the issue is. You've had meetings on the issue. Using the legislation on the issue so don't pretend that these players don't have a reason to protest It makes the presidency look weak it makes. The office of the president seem ineffective feckless if you would say Why is it the president is tweeting about NFL players taking a knee instead of addressing the issue saying that we are going to. Pass legislation that I personally to. Congress to get this Bill moving. That I want to address criminal. Justice reform I want to address prison reform I want to address police brutality And when it comes right down to it the president is going to need. The black vote both in two. Thousand eighteen and in twenty twenty He won Michigan by about twelve thousand votes you don't think there's twelve thousand black votes in Detroit Who didn't vote in two thousand sixteen who could vote in, twenty twenty it's wing that election he won. North Carolina because the low turnout in the Charlotte area You don't think there's twenty or thirty thousand. Brothers and sisters sit. Around Charlotte who didn't vote in twenty sixteen hookah voting twenty twenty The president wants to maintain power he's going to have. To appeal to. The African American community they. Have maximized the mega vote they have maximize the number of. Individuals who believe in this all right theory there's all right belief system So if the party, is going to have any relevance going forward if Republicans going to have any chance of competing you've already alienated Hispanics Latinos with the whole. Build the wall thing you've already. Alienated the women vote with the whole grab them by the. You know what thing you've already. Alienated the immigrant community by talking about the poop whole countries. And not wanting. More immigrants in the country You've already alienated the LGBTQ AP take plus community by trying to ban transgenders in the military by coming out against transgender bathrooms By having Jeff. Sessions attack Lee institution of gay marriage so you need some more votes from? Somewhere he lost the popular vote by three? Million where are you going to. Get him at who you're gonna talk to you what's going. To be your plan going forward and guess what they're gonna come they're gonna come to black folks looking and asking and begging And so you're? Gonna come to black folks you. Wanted to come correct you have to talk to meet meals Being Peru is. Going to have to have, you gotta have to talk to capture Nick you gotta have the talk to Mike Malcolm, Jenkins Paul to Bennett you're going to. Have to address the black community, because you have run out, of racist white votes run out of Hispanic. Votes you run out, of. Gave votes ran out of female voters We're, your only hope going forward So you're gonna have to do something about it and tacking black athletes on Twitter is not the way to motivate. More people to vote for you Five. Percent black unemployment great more black folks ever enrolling in college good now combo that some criminal Justice reform and stop being racist for a little while You know, you, might get twenty percent of, the, black vote, there's a, possibility but as long as you continue this diatribe. In anger attacking Jay z attack and beyond say attacking LeBron James attacking capper Nick Is not going to happen So understand the going forward the reality of America, is the demographics have changed and they're not going back America's no longer. Than ninety percent white country you can't win. On the. White vote alone going, forward you've maximized that towards you're going to have to go across, party lines and. Do bipartisan criminal Justice reform if you want to have any relevant going forward Want to hear from, you after the. Break news and talk thirteen eighty w. a. okay Call. Us at four zero four, eight nine, two two seven zero three on news and talk thirteen eighty.

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"martin eric" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

09:53 min | 2 years ago

"martin eric" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Eighty w. a., okay the voice of the community calling four four eight nine two, two seven zero, three twelve o'clock. Hour we're going to have Dr Omar jumps. On talk about criminal Justice reform in recent trip to. Africa one thing that we have to talk about is last night During the Miami, Dolphins vs Cleveland. Browns fill game we thought that the kneeling. Started again that the protests were criminal Justice reform and. Social Justice continued despite the NFL instituting policy earlier this year Said that they would find or even suspend, players the NFL and the player's union came to. An agreement to allow protests to continue because guess what have you start to. On your black. Folks and you, have a, bunch of five foot five, hundred and, ten pound white news running around ain't, nobody watching the game in the NFL realized exactly what was going on. What would happen so this morning of course we get a presidential tweet Donald Trump tweeted the NFL player for edit again taking a knee when they should. Be standing proudly for the national anthem numerous. Players from different teams want to show their outrage at something that most of them are unable to find they make a fortune doing what they love this is what the president has to understand you cannot. Have a meeting on criminal Justice reform last week with the black pastors and then continue to attack black players for fighting for criminal Justice reform The. Reason though this, is part, of the national dialect the, reason this, is part of the discussion is because, it's the most sustained movement we have had in probably about twenty years. Most of the time when we have one of these social Justice movements what happens is we get outraged will get upset then it builds to a crescendo. And then it dies down you know they'll. Be a new season the real housewives there'll be a new album that comes out new pair of shoes comes out we get distracted and it goes away But this has been going on since twenty sixteen this predated Trump, and went back to the Obama administration, this is the most sustained movement we've had in a generation and because of this, sustained movement is the reason you're having a meeting with the pastors in the first place because people care about criminal Justice reform the reason that you have. The first step Bill which passed the house with bipartisan support and is now in the Senate being held up by Chuck Grassley is because people are passionate and care about criminal Justice reform so you're, shooting yourself in the foot when you on the, one hand say that we need criminal Justice reform and you. Have meetings, there was a meeting with, governors today to, discuss the issue but then tear down the. Players who are doing the exact. Thing that you're saying that we need Just a couple of weeks ago, we saw in Florida another quote unquote, danger ground case were a white man with a costing a black woman her boyfriend, came out of the store pushed the white man to the ground he shot him and killed him And you don't think we need criminal Justice reform. How many, names do. We have to lift off we say outrage something that most of. Them were unable to define well define, it for you right now Freddie gray. Landau Casteel Alton sterling Trayvon Martin Eric garner we can go on and on and on that is the outrage that is the. Issue is not hard to define and when we? Say that we need to address these issues is not something abstract is, that something obscure is not something. That's undefinable we know what the, issues are Civil war we have to have a new civil rights Bill for. Twenty eighteen something addresses police brutality and over policing something to give African American at, the same constitutional rights as other individual to not be shot down by their government Something that addresses criminal Justice reform because guess what when you're people for to twenty or thirty years for non violent crimes Violates the eighth amendment of the constitution for cruel and unusual punishment We. Are shackling women two beds who are in custody to give birth that's cruel and unusual punishment We are giving local judges Some redneck, gets elected judge you. Know he can stretch his The his vendetta gives black folks we, give them the right to change people's lives with no oversight no ability to get out. From under them for years, and years of appeals and litigation Then. Clearly we have an issue that. Needs to be addressed we have a one of the largest prison populations in the world you talk, about authoritarian regimes like North Korea. And China and Russia we've got a bigger prison population what does, it say when we have hundreds of thousands of people locked behind bars for nonviolent crimes So you know, what the issue is. You've had meetings on the issue. Using the legislation on the issue so don't pretend that these players don't have a reason to protest It makes the presidency look weak It makes the office of the president seem ineffective feckless if you would say Why is it that the president is tweeting about NFL players taking a knee. Instead of addressing the issue saying that we are going to pass legislation there I'm personally to. Congress to get this Bill moving. That I want to address criminal. Justice reform I want to address prison reform I want to address police brutality And when it comes right down to the president is going to need. The black vote both in two. Thousand eighteen and in twenty twenty He won Michigan by about twelve thousand votes you don't think there's twelve thousand black votes in Detroit Who didn't vote in two thousand sixteen who could vote in, twenty twenty it's wing that election he won. North Carolina because the low turnout in the Charlotte area You don't think they're twenty or thirty thousand. Brothers and sisters sit. Around Charlotte who didn't vote in twenty sixteen hookah voting twenty twenty The president wants to maintain power he's going to have. To appeal to. The African American community they. Have maximized the mega vote they have maximize the number of. Individuals who believe in this all right theory this all right belief system So if the party is going to. Have any relevance going forward Republicans are going to have any chance of competing you've already alienated Hispanics and Latinos with. The whole build the wall thing. You've already alienated the woman vote look the whole grabbed him. By the you-know-what thing you've already. Alienated the immigrant community by talking about the poop whole countries. And not wanting. More immigrants in the country You've already. Alienated the LGBTQ AP k plus community by trying to ban transgenders in the military by coming out against transgender bathrooms By having Jeff Sessions. Attack the institution of gay marriage so you're? To need some more votes from somewhere he lost the popular vote by three million where are you going to get him at Who you gonna talk to you. What's going to be your plan going forward And, guess what they're gonna come they're gonna come? To black folks looking and asking am begging As you come to black folks you wanted. To come correct you're gonna have, to talk to, meet meals Being real is going to have, to have you gotta have. To talk to capture Nick you gotta have the talk to my Malcolm Jenkins you gotta talk to Bennett you're going to have to. Address the black community because you. Have run out of racist white. Votes the run out of Hispanic vote you ran out of gave. Votes you're ran out a. Female voters we are only hope going forward So you're going to have to do something about it. And attacking black athletes on Twitter. Is not the way to motivate. More people to vote for you Far percent black unemployment great more than ever enrolling in college good now combo that criminal Justice reform and stop being racist for a little while You know you might, get, twenty percent of the black vote there's a possibility but as long as, you, continue, this diatribe in anger attack Jay z attack. And beyond say attacking LeBron James attacking capper Nick is not going to happen So understand the going forward the reality of. America is the, demographics have changed and they're not going back America's no longer, in ninety percent white country, you, can't win on the white vote alone going forward you've maximized Going to have to do is go across party lines and do bipartisan. Criminal Justice reform if you want to have any relevant. Going forward Want to hear from, you after the. Break news and poke thirteen eighty w. a. okay Call. Us at.

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"martin eric" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"martin eric" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"We had we we leave here's the thing is the discipline to change for us especially for me leave new orleans we go back to minneapolis and we're talking about this is the nineteen eighty seven nfl playoffs the the vikings henry's vikings the five c they were the last team to gated barely got in bay they hammer new orleans at the superdome in the first round first time they've ever been in playoff the hot team and i have a couple of guys that i played college football with doug martin doug martin why receiver martin eric martin dalton and you're there on that team on the saints team so it was it was great for me but we get back to minneapolis and would think and we're gonna be done you know get ready for practice and all that we get there and we're going to watch the film and he said after we watched the film of this game and break defend down you guys go home and pack for the week we left and went to arizona and we stayed in arizona for entire week we're in i wanna say we're in nowhere yeah we're in tucson and we practice there we worked out we stayed there and left there and went to san francisco so we'll get to san francisco dab joe montana that's probably that's probably the best team of all time joe montana jerry rice roger craig they have a host of just monster guys and we go in there and we has a team we were great we're we're following firing on all cylinders our defense was unbelievable my roommate intercepts the ball for a touchdown we beat we beat him up so bad that they pull montana input young in the game and.

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"martin eric" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"martin eric" Discussed on Deadcast

"La la she oh she was owning the libs with our weather like the seinfeld season four dvd's that they have like box in like well well well i still haunted by a being stuck in a hotel room on election night in twenty sixteen and i saw i remember one tweet that was just when trump pretty much wrapped up and it was it was someone saying at remember who tweeted it but they said but like for real the number of votes he should've gotten is zero and still on me to this day the idea that roy moore gets any votes just i mean even my collapse that means that like humiliate people like wade the choice between like not even doug jones is very consciously tried not to say anything at all it seems during the campaign smarr both the idea the idea is like like do you honestly think that like what you imagine a liberal to be is worse than like a pedophile with six gun strapped to him and like at least forty seven percent of the people in that here going to be like no i mean it's it's a tossup but for me in the end came down with the brand trust one more question for both you from eric's all you answer i martin eric says i take anything that has care mel would be improved if it was replaced with peanut butter yes i like the sake as a matter of fact once i saw that was going i said i hope i hope he's going to say peanut butter peanut butter peanut butter has all the savory nece but without the unpleasant goofiness.

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"martin eric" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"martin eric" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Teed triple eight nine seven one s eight triple eight nine hundred one seven two four three larry elder here we're talking about the controversy over the shooting of stefan clark on arm black man twenty two years old father of two was shot and killed by the police in his grandmother's backyard there was a report if somebody breaking in cars the police responded he ran disobeyed orders officers assumed he had a firearm in fact he had a cellphone and he was shot at twenty times don't know how many times he was hit interesting how people make a big deal out of how many times the shoot their job is to shoot to stop the threat and it's not like television where you shoot once and then you look and see whether or not you're done any damage and you shoot again and then it doesn't work that way somebody even said why didn't they just shoot him in this in the wrist honestly trump and says this is a national issue what's the national issue meaning that whenever there's a shooting of unarmed black person it becomes something that the whole country talks about or at least the news media decides to put it top of mind that what you mean and if you mean that federal laws apply to anybody who civil rights are violated you're right and isn't interesting in virtually every single one of these cases whether it's sandra bland whether it's tamir rice whether it's michael brown whether it's craven martin eric gardner the feds come in doing investigation and no civil rights charges are filed the case of alton sterling man who was killed by the police in baton rouge louisiana where they just determine the the state ag just determined that we know charges against the two officers involved this is after the fed doj came in and did a study and said there would be no charges isn't this good news good news officers are no longer engaging in the kind of hideous behavior that with commonplace in this country particularly in the south isn't this good news that a department of justice run by a black person reports to a black president examine this and determined that the officers acted ill awful way isn't that good news isn't it good news that in fifty years police shootings against blacks have fallen seventy five percent isn't it good news.

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"martin eric" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"martin eric" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The killing your trayvon martin bryant one of these was locked like matter movement can they name anybody other than trayvon martin george zimmerman or anybody that can they namely the sixty thousand block block mortars in the country wide on wipers in the may in public but that's not where i have a problem with the leader is a lisa garza who who supports weather underground angela davis who is a socialist and part of the communist party that's where i have a problem with i'm sure if you do the research and look who started black lives matter black lives are the bothered it's the people that organiz likewise rounded by this is this is the you're talking about the the lord of who's who is a marxist feminists part of the black panther movement killer the port of the cuba escape cuba after killing cops their came back the do we have a problem with us what i don't think you know how can we can we separate the message from the people first well i think what you're doing is you going deeper and looking into the research and when you look into the research is not cool but what's happened is the conversation around the issue has become party conversation dinner conversation cocktail conversation but there's more moved on beyond what there's more black lives matter other than trayvon martin eric garner michael brown freddie gray a samir rice who i convey k and that's the problem with that is that this is a hollow protest for people that think easy for us if you wanna fix something nfl goalie the inner city streets of chicago and spends the money it's as simple as that i don't usually get this the political on the show but i i will tell you you know i i i the hypocrisy is is daunting to me i'm not saying there's not a problem there is the problem but let's not let's not posess were protesters because this is some sort of some sort of the admonition to the present united states from by the way caused apparently the hurricane molest them i checked in puerto rico for that he got play because because he won't hit his tweet create in earth apparently some showed a anyway so let's move onto the more stuff like business how about that along volunteer because i got more fired up today you know i can i can.

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"martin eric" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"martin eric" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Comply is this difficult comply and every now and then you're over situation like michael slight goal the cop in south carolina who shot water davis running away from him that's like a murder that's bed the case in chicago cepd chicago a youth was walking away from the cop and got shot several times that's a crime the cop committed a crime had a very bad day not copper's criminal every now and then and you'll have a michael slagelse situations south carolina but weather's trayvon martin eric garner or samuel dubos what you've got to do is comply now cop is going to make a mistake every now and then it goes for the territory if there is a million copts in this country every day there's tens of millions of interactions with whites and blacks happens all the time every now and that a cops gonna make a mistake in every study is indicated in this goes back seven or eight year i got to get to the clause but his goes back seven or eight years obama and his attorney general wanted to prove holder he wanted to prove that there was massive lawlessness with cops in the black community eric holder wanted to prove it so bad he good taste and obama community organizer south side of chicago left wing progressive wanted a proven so they launch study after study as did the washing he didn't post and harvard not exactly conservative bastions and they found that a white police officer is less likely to shoot somebody black for the same behavior why is because you don't want to deal with it you don't want to deal with with the with the what darren will jason went through or what rate tenzing went through in cincinnati they have found statistically that a white police officer is less likely to shoot a black man than a white man and that the incidences are well below zero point zero zero zero one per sent it is almost nodding says now if you're the guy getting killed if you're walter davis in south carolina.

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"martin eric" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"martin eric" Discussed on WCTC

"And unbeknowst to trayvon martin george zimmerman was in possession of a weapon unfortunately trayvon martin's behavior got him killed unfortunately michael brown eighteen years old his behavior got him killed eric garner new york city resisting arrest you know suffocation unfortunate but all eric garner had to do was comply comply is this difficult comply and every now and then you're oversight joyce unlike michael slagle the cop in south carolina who shot water davis running away right from him that's like murder that's bad the case in chicago cepd chicago a youth was walking away from the cop and got shot several times that's a crime the cop committed a crime had a very bad day not cop was a criminal every now and then you'll have a michael slagle situation south carolina but weather's trayvon martin eric garner or samuel dubos which you've got to do is comply now a cop is going to make a mistake every now and then it goes for the territory if there's a million copts in this country every day there's tens of millions of actions with whites and blacks happens all the time every now and then a cops gonna make a mistake in every studies indicate and this goes back seven or eight year i got to get to the call but his goes back seven or eight years obama and his attorney general wanted to prove holder he wanted to prove that there was massive lawlessness with cops in the black community eric holder wanted to prove it so bad to good taste and obama community organizer south of chicago left wing progressive wanted a proven so they launch study after study as did the washington post and harvard not exactly concern rid of bastions.

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"martin eric" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"martin eric" Discussed on WJR 760

"An unbeknownst to trayvon martin george zimmerman was in possession of a weapon unfortunately trayvon martin's behavior got him killed unfortunately michael brown eighteen years old his behavior got him killed eric garner in new york city resisting arrest you know suffocation unfortunate but all eric garner had to do was comply comply is this difficult comply and every now and then you over situation like michael slagle the cop in south carolina who shot water davis running away from him that's like murder that's bed the case in chicago cepd chicago a youth was walking away from the cop and got shot several times that's a crime the cobb committed a crime had a very bad day not compromise a criminal every now and then you'll have a michael slagelse situations south carolina but weather's trayvon martin eric garner or samuel dubos which you've got to do is comply now i've cop is going to make a mistake every now and then it goes with the territory if there's a million comps in this country every day there's tens of millions of actions with whites and blacks happens all the time every now and of cops gonna make a mistake in every studies indicate and this goes back seven or eight year i gotta get to nicole but his goes back seven or eight years old bothma and his attorney general wanted to prove holder he wanted to prove that there was met asked of lawlessness with cops in the black community eric holder wanted to prove it so bad good taste and obama community organizer south side of chicago left wing progressive wanted to prove it so they launch study after study as did the washington post and harvard not exactly conservative bastions and they found that a white police officer is less likely to shoot somebody black for the same behavior why is because you don't want to deal with it you don't want to deal with with the with the what darren wilson went through or what dr ray tenzing went through in cincinnati they have found the testily that a white police officer is less likely to shoot a black man than a white man and that the incidences are well below zero point zero zero zero one percent and is almost nodding says now if you're the guy getting killed if you're walter davis in south carolina.

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"martin eric" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"martin eric" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Her noncriminal he made a mistake now and micheal brown's case in ferguson he purposely one inside of a police car and beat the crap out of in uniform cop sitting in his car and had possession of his gun inside the police car he gets one point five or more million dollars trayvon martin according to the only witness watched him beat the hell out of george zimmerman mma style his family got i think five to six million dollars is like what i wanted his cases go to trial to see what a jury thinks on a civil case tell me what is it worth in trayvon martin's case young man exhibited terrible judgment was beating up george zimmerman an unbeknowst to trayvon martin george zimmerman was in possession of a weapon unfortunately trayvon martin's behavior got him killed unfortunately michael brown eighteen years old his behavior got him killed eric garner new york city resisting arrest you know suffocation unfortunate but all eric garner had to do was comply comply is this difficult comply and every now and then you over situation like michael slide goal the cop in south carolina who shot water davis running away from him that's like murder that's bed the case in chicago cepd chicago a youth was walking away from the cop and got shot several times that's a crime the cop committed a crime had a very bad day not cop is a criminal every now and then then you'll have a michael slagelse situation south carolina but weather's trayvon martin eric garner or samuel dubos which you've got to do is comply now a cop is going to make a mistake every now and then it goes where the territory if there is a million copts in this country every day there's tens of millions of interactions with whites and blacks happens all the time every now and none of cops gonna make a mistake in every study is indicated in this goes back seven or eight year i gotta get to nicole but as goes back seven or eight years obama and his attorney general wanted to prove holder he wanted to prove that there was massive lawlessness with cops in the black community eric holder wanted to prove it so badly good taste and obama community organizer south side of chicago left wing progressive wanted a proven so they launched study after study as did the wash in post and harvard not exactly conservative bastions.

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