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AP News Radio
Ohio officers won’t be charged in shooting of Jayland Walker
"8 Akron Ohio police officers won't face charges in the fatal shooting of a black man that sparked protest. I Norman hall. Ohio's attorney general says a grand jury has declined to indict 8 Akron police officers to fire dozens of rounds that killed a 25 year old black man last June following a car and brief foot chase. Jalen walker's death resulted in demonstrations and calls for federal intervention from civil rights groups and the family of the reverend Martin Luther King Jr.. Police say walker, who had been wearing a ski mask, had fired a shot from his car, the blurry body camera video of the foot chase did not clearly show what authorities say was a threatening gesture walker made before he was shot, a county medical examiner said walker was shot at least 40 times. I Norman hall
The Eric Metaxas Show
Alex McFarland and Eric Discuss the Subject of Natural Law
"We're talking about everything and you said people need to attend to the life of the mind. I mean, I think it was something that we did in this culture for most of our history, people had to understand the basics of how things work, what is liberty? What is right and wrong? How do you get right and wrong? And you were talking earlier about what Lewis C. S. Lewis calls the Dow this inherent sense that every human being has, this conscience of between right and wrong. We all know it. You don't need to be a baptized Christian to know that stealing and murder are wrong. And it brings us maybe to the subject of natural law. The genius legal scholar Hadley Arcus has written a book coming out in a few months called mere natural law. That God's law right and wrong is that the basis of everything. You can not have a constitution unless you understand these things that precede whatever is written in the constitution. Do you know doctor Martin Luther King Jr. predicated the entire validity of the civil rights movement on natural law? If you read his 1963 Pulitzer Prize winning book while we can't wait, brilliant book, by the way, and he quotes Augustine Aquinas in letter from the Birmingham jail. He basically appeals to natural law that we're all human beings, regardless of our ethnicity, we're humans. And if one human has natural rights, all humans have natural rights. Now, Jefferson two, when he used the words in the declaration, we all these truths to be self evident. That all endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights. That's natural law.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Americans Shouldn't Be Proud of Only One Person
"This country now has one day in which it honors an individual, Martin Luther King day. It also had Columbus day, but that has been yanked by the left. So we used to honor Columbus and we used to honor George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. We only honor one person, Martin Luther King Jr., worthy of being honored. But not worthy of being the only person honored. They shouldn't be any one person honored. We should honor a number of people virtually every country does, I assume, to be an interesting question. Does France have any national holidays in honor of individuals? I don't know the answer, but it's an interesting question. Today then represents the decline. Of patriotism, you can not sustain a country if you do not imbue the next generation with patriotic feeling.
Critical Race Theory Rejects Martin Luther King Jr.
"It is Martin Luther King Jr. day in the United States a national holiday to recognize a great civil rights leader and one of the things he was great about Was his view of his fellow human being His entire effort in emphasis Was that everybody should be treated as human individuals Regardless of their race And he made famous the line about the color blind society That the color of your skin shouldn't matter It's the content of your character And when I was doing research on American Marxism really digging into critical race theory and in the Marxist ties to critical race theory critical race theory rejects Martin Luther King Jr. its authors its speech givers they reject Martin Luther King Jr. two Our public schools and classrooms reject Martin Luther King Jr. Many Democrats reject Martin Luther King Jr. Joe Biden Previously segregationist and racist He today rejects Martin Luther King Jr. despite yesterday giving a speech at ebenezer church Martin Luther King's church And his speech today Because Joe Biden has pushed the effort of critical race theory And the view that you're a racist regardless of who you are as an individual human being regardless of how you live your life
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
The American Left Doesn't Have the Right to Celebrate MLK Day
"The American left has killed the dream that Martin Luther King Jr. had. And announced, and promoted, and shared with the rest of the country, maybe the rest of the world. They've killed it. And they've done so intentionally, which is why today, on Martin Luther King day, 2023, I am calling on every American leftist. Every American progressive. Every American liberal. To not celebrate MLK day because you don't celebrate MLK, the man. And his dream. You have intentionally killed that which he strived so hard to build.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Guest Host Bob Frantz Unpacks the Heart of Dr. King's Dream
"Very few people know a great deal about the legacy, the life, the work, the history of the great civil rights icon, doctor Martin Luther King Jr., most people know him only from his great speech, the I have a dream speech. They may know him from marches, they may know him from some other. You should know him for his pledge of nonviolence, which he asked his marchers and his supporters in his protesters who are screaming for civil rights that he asked them to take was extraordinary. It was very important. I actually reread those today at the urging of one of my callers on my home station here in Cleveland, which is W H K radio, a.m. 14, 20 the answer. You can hear my daily show from 9 to noon. Here, Eastern Time, but he should be known as well as much for that. And of course, all of his life's work of trying to advance the cause of civil rights trying to advance the cause quality not equity, trying to advance the cause of, well, colorblindness. Am I right? Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream. Today? As he said, so forcefully, his dream was to one day see his children living in a nation in which they would be judged not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character, the literal dream that people talk about. From doctor Martin Luther King Jr., and it's one of the primary reasons that in his tragic assassination that we have a national holiday dedicated to civil rights and to him as a civil rights icon and leader.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Recommit Yourself to the Promise of Martin Luther King, Jr.
"Some people asked, are you taking the day off? No, but we do believe in the spirit of the day for what the day is supposed to be. The day is supposed to be a day. Where we recommit ourselves to the promise of Martin Luther King, you know, some people say, oh, Charlie, he had all these moral failings and yes, he did. He certainly was a flawed person, but I do think the ideal that he pushed for outside of some of the flirting with Marxism and communism was a moral one in a heroic one. And it was one that we should remind ourselves of. Of judging people based on content their character, not the color of their skin. So their character, who they are, their practices, their values, their beliefs, their actions. Not how they look and this ideal was repeated, in fact, I was listening to radio on the drive in and they kept on replaying it. And they talked about how, you know, I have a dream that one day we will have a society where people are judged by the content of their character, not the color of their skin. And then just a couple of minutes later, they're talking about systemic racism and white privilege, and I just thought to myself the very same people today that are going to be telling us about how wonderful Martin Luther King Jr.'s ideals are about how courageous he was. And he certainly was clear. He was clear in the type of America that he wanted to push forward, are now telling us that white people are to blame just because of the color of their skin.
TIME's Top Stories
"martin luther king jr" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"The new ways teachers are talking about Martin Luther King Jr. by Olivia B waxman. At the beginning of this school year, a Philadelphia student asked a question that briefly took her teacher's breath away. Are you more Malcolm or are you more Martin? Because I or ridgeway, age 37 who teaches African American history, a required class in the city, said the student added that Martin Luther King Jr. was more peaceful, and that Malcolm X was more violent. Ridgway replied, Martin Luther King believed in violence. Then she says her students looked at her as if they didn't know what she was talking about. He used violence to his advantage, she explained. He knew that his ideas and what he was asking for would elicit violence. She told them that king knew that organizing a march of civil rights activists would spark a violent backlash, that would make white people so uncomfortable and get so much media attention. White people would realize that this is a terrible thing that we're doing, using water hoses using dogs on people who are peacefully protesting. These scenes would make America reflect, and make changes in the right direction. This lesson is one example of the ways that some teachers have taken a more nuanced approach to teaching about king, the most famous American civil rights leader. Since Martin Luther King day became a federal holiday in 1983, the civil rights activist has become a fixture in classrooms. But how he's taught has largely remained unchanged over the last 40 years, according to la Garrett king, director of the center for K through 12 black history and racial literacy education at the university of buffalo. State standards for history usually frame the civil rights leader as the embodiment of the civil rights movement, with his crowning achievements being the 1963 March on Washington, and the I have a dream speech, along with his letter from a Birmingham jail, penned after a leading a demonstration against the city's orders. Over the last two years, there's been a heightened awareness of how black history is taught, and the last year, education week reports that 17 states have passed laws or taken other steps to limit how the history of racism is taught in K through 12 schools or a banned critical race theory, which is not taught in K through 12 schools. Despite this climate, king is still considered a safe person to teach, according to king, the university of buffalo scholar. Teachers still teach him as a moderate and passive, he says. Overall, society hasn't caught up to understanding king's nuances, particularly his thoughts around war and thoughts around poverty. New technology is also bringing Martin Luther King's words to life in new ways. A virtual reality experience produced by time studios and meta relates the I have a dream speech to modern day issues like voting rights. One chilling experience juxtaposes king's words on police brutality with an interactive that puts users in the position of being a black person at a traffic stop. Teachers are also trying to make a king relevant to their students by linking him to their local communities whenever possible. Every year around election day, Anna O'Brien, aged 55, a middle school teacher in fort mill, South Carolina, outside Charlotte, plays a speech on voting rights that king delivered in the state in 1966. Emmett Glenn H 52, a high school teacher in the Baton Rouge, Louisiana area, explains how king researched the city's successful bus boycott, which took place almost three years before the one king led in Montgomery, Alabama. Even when it comes to students of young ages, teachers aren't shying away from difficult conversations about the history of racism in America. They've heard the words white supremacy, they've talked about this before. Turquoise lejeune Parker, age 35, an elementary school teacher in Durham, North Carolina, says of her students. And Killeen Texas, la, aged 33, recalls how last year as part of a day devoted to teaching king during black history month in February, she explained what racism is to her second grade classroom by describing white people in king's lifetime as bullies. She showed how people were treated differently because of their skin color by pointing to the three white kids in the predominantly minority class and explaining that 60 plus years ago, the rest of the students wouldn't have had the same rights, and that injustice is what motivated king's activism. He would just walk peacefully, and here comes the loudest big bully just because they don't like him from the way that he looks, Kia explains. She taught king's resilience by saying he gets picked on, but at the end of the day, he's still accomplished something, meaning that his activism led to landmark laws like the Civil Rights Act in 1964 and the Voting Rights Act in 1965. Parker and Durham explains to her elementary school students that when white people hail king as a promoter of nonviolence, it's often a loaded term. Kids and adults think that when doctor king said nonviolence, he meant that he was going to be submissive to whatever white folks thought needed to happen, like he wasn't going to push back on anything. He was just going to accept whatever was given to him, or he was not going to challenge what they said. Parker says it's important to teach about Martin Luther King Jr. all year round, and laments that discussions about him in many classrooms, mostly happen around Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend. Sometimes I really don't want to even talk about doctor king on this holiday. Lamenting that it's become a time when white people frequently quote king because they want to be seen as inclusive or antiracist. As a result, many teachers aim to go beyond the king quotes that circulate on social media. Ridgway says that the biggest takeaway about the civil rights activist that she wants students to learn from her class is that what is pushed out to the mainstream has only half of who he was. She also makes clear that America would be a very different place if people like Martin Luther King did not risk their lives to make America better. To make it live up to the constitution..
The Trish Regan Show
Majority of Americans Want Biden to Consider 'All Possible Nominees' for Supreme Court Vacancy
"In the meantime, I want to report on this story. You know that the president had promised that he would appoint a female and a black female at that to the Supreme Court. According to a new survey at a Rasmussen, Americans expect them to do that 59% of Americans expect them to do that. But they're not really happy about it. And I'll tell you whether or not that happy about it. Because since when did your gender or your race matter more than your intellect and your capability? This is still the United States of America. And I realize in this woke movement that's in part funded by the likes of super pacs from billionaires that want to spend a $125 million on 2022. This is the problem, right? You've got all this money that's force feeding a set of values and so then it becomes all about your race, your gender, as opposed to your capability, your intellect, et cetera. And so Americans don't like this. Everyday Americans are like, but wait a second. None of that should matter, right? Going back to the words of Martin Luther King Jr., we really should be a colorblind society. We don't want to see race or gender first. We want to see who someone is as a person and yet it's like all you can see because they're making it that way so much that the person that's going to be appointed to the Supreme Court has to be female and has to be black. There's something really, I think just off putting about all of
Kottke Ride Home
"martin luther king jr" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home
"It was sometime in this year that he changed his name and changed his son's name too. Though Carson adds that king senior himself said he made the change because he had uncles named Martin and Luther and his father wanted the name to be changed. But quoting Carson, it seems likely he was affected by the trip to Berlin because that would have brought him in the land of Martin Luther. And I think the obvious reason is Martin Luther sounded more distinguished than Mike king. And though, as I said, doctor king junior didn't always love the comparisons to his namesake. Taylor branch, author of parting the waters America in the king years, notes that he did at least once publicly comment after the Montgomery bus boycott that he had perhaps earned his name. But as far as more direct influences, the morehouse college Martin Luther King Jr. collection has over a thousand books from doctor king's personal collection, many of them including his handwritten notes. And one of the people who supplied him with a number of works that would end up being influential to his philosophy was his wife, Coretta Scott King, who had done a ton of work of her own before meeting doctor king and would influence his politics right from the beginning, quoting a separate Washington Post article from this morning, coretta Scott grew up in Jim Crow era, Alabama, and attended one of the few high schools that accepted black students. While there, she first met the black pacifist in civil rights activist, bayard riston, who lectured the students about Gandhi and the principals of nonviolence. Her early introduction to pacifist politics was expanded when Scott attended the liberal Antioch college in 1946, where she again encountered. At Antioch, she also became active in the college NAACP chapter, and in 1948, she campaigned for Henry Wallace, the Progressive Party's candidate for president. Wallace's party called for an end to segregation full voting rights for African Americans and national health insurance. Musically gifted as a singer and violinist Scott attended the New England conservatory of music in Boston, where she met king, who was a seminary student at nearby Boston University. In 1951, she gave king a book, Edward Bellamy's bestselling 1888 utopian novel looking backward. Bellamy's work was a vision of a socialist utopia set in the year 2000, in which a nonviolent revolution in the United States had produced an egalitarian society where industry was nationalized, and everyone ate in communal dining rooms shopped in consumer cooperatives and retired at age 45. Because his utopia did not require violent revolution, but rather peaceful, if swift evolution, it was particularly popular among pacifists. A letter doctor king wrote to coretta Scott in response to the gift of Bellamy's book, shows some of his early thinking on a utopian socialist vision of the future and how that would go on to influence both his and Scott's work. The two also shared inspiration in Gandhi, whom they visited in India in 1959 and said that doctor king always carried with him a piece of paper that said Gandhi speaks for us. Prior to meeting coretta Scott, doctor king's exposure to concepts of nonviolent resistance began with reading Henry David Thoreau in college in his autobiography, doctor king wrote, quote, here in this courageous new englander's refusal to pay his taxes and his choice of jail rather than support a war that would spread slavery's territory into Mexico. I made my first contact with the theory of nonviolent resistance. Fascinated by the idea of refusing to cooperate with an evil system. I was so deeply moved that I reread the work several times. I became convinced that non cooperation with evil is as much a moral obligation as his cooperation with good. Quotes. But make no mistake that non cooperation with an evil system was anything but passive. Doctor king was an active radical who was incredibly disliked by white people in his own time, coming in.
Native America Calling
"martin luther king jr" Discussed on Native America Calling
"The association of American Indian physicians and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention remind you there are now booster recommendations for all three available COVID-19 vaccines in the United States. You may choose which COVID-19 vaccine you receive as a booster shot. Getting the COVID-19 vaccination protects you, your family, and your community. More information at AAP dot org or CDC dot gov slash coronavirus who support this show. Your tuned in to native America calling. I'm Sean spruce. Do you take time? On Martin Luther King day to reflect on the progress that native people have made toward self determination, sovereignty, and equity. Or do you feel that there are still too many barriers to overcoming? Colonization that still remain. Let us know what you're thinking. On this day, set aside to honor doctor king. Jonah discussion, one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. Before we went to break, we were chatting with Suzanne, harjo and she was sharing her experience working to make MLK day a federal holiday only a federal holiday since 1986, so I can still remember my own life before that time when it was not a federal holiday. I'd like to bring in Darius Lee Smith into our conversation. He's a director of Denver's anti discrimination office. Darius, what are you thinking about today? MLK day, where are you at? What's your thought? Wow. It's so impressive to hear miss harjo's history lesson. And I was born in 68. So the day after he was assassinated, I was one. I had just turned one. Action was born in 67. He was assassinated in 68. And it was interesting because when I came to as an undergrad student in the late 80s, I remember Arizona being the last state to recognize Martin Luther King junior as a national holiday. And I'm just reflecting on her words, what we're talking about and really just proudly to say that I'm a bit a factor of the civil rights movement. I have this amazing job in Denver, which I've been doing for 18 years. As the director of the Denver antidiscrimination office, and again, I have the opportunity to serve in that position because that was one of the things that Martin Luther King Jr. and people like Hank Adams. They were demanding a seat at the table. And in a lot of ways, I feel that that's what I do. I have a seat at the table and I get to be an activist and an advocate and a civil just a civil servant around civil rights and social justice and I'm so proud of Martin's became junior in this day. So thank you. Well, thank you, Darius, for explaining and sharing that background. You mentioned your amazing job. Tell us more about your amazing job. How did you get started doing the work you do now? So Denver has an agency called the agency for human rights and community partnerships. And in 1990s, they created the Denver, the city council created the Denver anti discrimination office. And I believe I'm the second director. I think we're just over 30 years past that and in addition to that in 2008, the city of Denver created these commissions. And two of the commissions that I had the pleasure of serving as the staff liaison, we were creating to give voice to African American folks in Denver as well as American Indians. And so I've been doing the American Indian commission for beginning so 15 years and 6 years. I've been staff lays on for the African American commission. So it's just I was so amazing because that's my background. I strongly identify as Navajo and black and it just feels so rewarding to have a job to get aid to do the type of work I do. And I'm in a really good situation. And Darius, I know you grew up primarily in Denver currently, you're on a little weekend holiday in Phoenix, but as a child, I understand you spent summers among family in loop, Arizona. And I had an uncle from one of my great ants, she married a Navajo. In fact, I think they met at that old boarding school there. But let me just say loop Arizona, that's the res. Red dirt and sage as far as the eye can see. And I'm interested Darius. What unique perspectives do you offer to both groups, Native American and African American as a person who shares both cultures and experiences? Great question. It was very unfortunate to grow up with family in Navajo country that were very supportive of us being black. And when I say us, I have four siblings and it's I think it was made easy for us because we were celebrated because my brother and I, my sisters, we were all great athletes. And when we would take trips to loop and to the city, western side of it was so important for me to understand what Indian country looked like. And I think for me, also, I understood what poverty, as well as what it looked like in Denver and other major cities. And so I think early on, I kind of had a firsthand experience about what poverty looked like, but also what cultural look like in terms of like language and just the proudness of being around Navajo people and then during the school year when I was around. I grew up in an all black neighborhood in Denver. And being there, I was also really uplifted and supported by my black coaches who really encouraged me to celebrate maybe in Navajo me being American Indian. And I think it was heavily supported by, again, my community to really explore and express my Navajo identity. Darius, you mentioned the comparing and contrasting the urban poverty that you saw up in Denver versus the rural poverty that you experienced on the Navajo Nation in Arizona and I always find it fascinating how those two different types of poverty are very different in many ways similar but different. Could you explain a little bit more depth, how they compare and contrast? Yes. I like to use the story of when we would come to loop our to the city. And we would go back at the end of the summer. We would it down with commodity food. So.
Native America Calling
"martin luther king jr" Discussed on Native America Calling
"National native news is produced by colonic broadcast corporation with funding by the corporation for public broadcasting. Support for law and justice related programming provided by Hobbes Strauss dean and walker, a national law firm dedicated to promoting and defending tribal rights for nearly 40 years. More information available at Hobbs Strauss dot com. Support by the center for indigenous cancer research at Roswell park comprehensive cancer center dedicated to cancer research medicine and cancer care for indigenous population. The no charge online risk assessment tool is available at Roswell park dot org slash assessme. Native voice one the Native American radio network. This is native America calling. I'm Sean spruce. In his 1963 book, Martin Luther King wrote that America was born in genocide. Before Africans were brought to this continent as slaves, king noted in his words, the scar of racial hatred had already disfigured colonial society. King's campaign to achieve social justice for African Americans in the south naturally included Native Americans and all people of color. Of course, it's a struggle that continues today, even as we mark a federal holiday in king's honor. Today we'll get the native perspective on Martin Luther King, both the man and the movement he led. We'll talk about the foundation for civil rights, king helped build, and the progress, or lack thereof, since. And as always, we'd like to hear your perspective as well. What does Martin Luther King mean to you? What lessons do you draw from his life and his mission? What's his legacy among Native Americans? Please join the discussion by calling one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. That's a one 809 9 native. Joining us today from Washington D.C. is doctor Suzanne shown harjo. She's a founding trustee of the Smithsonian, national museum of the American Indian, and president of the morning star institute. She's also the recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the United States highest civilian honor. Suzanne is Cheyenne and muskogee. Suzanne, welcome back to Native American calling. Always a pleasure to have you on the show. Thank you so much, Sean. Happy MLK day. Happy MLK. It is. And joining us from Phoenix, Arizona, we have Darius Lee Smith. He's the director of Denver's anti discrimination office, staff liaison for the Denver American Indian commission, and Denver, African American commission. He's Navajo and black. Welcome to native America calling Darius. Thank you for having me. I look forward to today's call. Absolutely really excited to have your voice in today's discussion. Joining us from Portland Oregon is amber Starks. She's an activist who is Afro indigenous and muskogee creek citizen and African American. Welcome back to native America calling as well amber. Hello, everyone. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really looking forward to this discussion. And yes, happy and located. You bet amber and thank you for taking time out of your busy day to join us. And also joining us from Phoenix, Arizona is Dion Mitchell. She is an educator, artist, storyteller, and creator of butterfly kisses. And she is Afro indigenous and black. Welcome to Native American calling Dion. Yes. And thank you for having me. I'm so excited and honored to be part of this discussion happy and marquee day everyone. Yacht day to you as well. Suzanne, MLK day, attempt to reflect, attempt to honor the legacy of a great man. A time to evaluate race relations in America today and how we got here. However, as native people, I think we might not always consider the legacy of doctor king within our own cultural and historical contexts. Suzanne, is it a mistake not to do so? Oh, it's certainly is. Some of our greatest native leaders worked with doctor king and were part of the March on Washington in 1963. Tank Adams assiniboine Sue and from Frank's landing Indian community in Washington state. Was one of the main people organizing with melt home and others Bruce wilkie from macaw, and others from the national Indian youth council and Marshall bridges was there from Frank's landing rose crow flies high mad bear Anderson from tuscarora nation. People from the northeast and from the dakotas and Washington state primarily were there Martha grafs also from Oklahoma, so lots of native people were there and worried about the exercise that was treaties that was being thwarted. And part of their mission was to work with other people of color, although that term wasn't used at that time. And let them know that in the civil rights movement, everyone is looking for equality and that's equality of opportunity equality toward justice and the like. But that the most severe critics and enemies of treaty rights were those also using the language of the civil rights movement and saying that native people should not have treated you should not sovereignty should not be recognized and everything should be equal. So their mantra was equal rights for everyone while they were trying to innocent kill native peoples. Okay, well, thank you for that background in Suzanne. You mentioned a lot of names that go back a few years, melt Tom, for example, the national Indian youth council. So we're going way back into the very early days of what grew into what we consider native activism. And I'm curious, what did some of these early Native American activists.
The Charlie Kirk Show
USA Today Faces Backlash, Deletes Series of Tweets Which 'Normalizes' Pedophilia
"USA Today which used to be a respectable publication came out with an article recently and the title was that they believe that pedophiles are misunderstood. They wrote an entire article, by the way, on the day of child sex trafficking awareness day. Let's just be clear. The day that you're supposed to talk about child sex trafficking, they say that pedophiles are misunderstood. Could you imagine if USA Today on Martin Luther King Jr. day said that racists were misunderstood? Or on Juneteenth? USA Today was lamb blasted. This is on the blaze dot com for publishing an article framing pedophilia as misunderstood. Swift backlash caused the publication to delete tweets promoting the article, which was originally titled quote when the public keeps getting wrong about pedophilia. The complicated research behind pedophilia. Continued by saying, pedophilia is viewed as among the most horrifying social ills. But scientists who study the sexual disorder say that it is also among the miss most misunderstood. When most of the public thinks a pedophilia they assume it's synonymous with child abuse. USA Today researcher says, it's actually when we study pedophilia, we say that term describes an attraction, not an action, and use it interchangeably with abuse that fuels misperceptions. USA Today was forced to delete their Twitter thread. Yeah, I don't know if USA Today was reading the room correctly. But platforming like pro pedophile arguments, don't think the country's there. Hopefully not yet. USA Today tweeted out, quote, we think we know what a pedophile is. There's a lot of misunderstanding. Or there's a lot we're misunderstanding. USA Today said, quote, a pedophile is an adult who is sexually attracted to children, but not all pedophiles abuse kids, and some whose secretion abuse kids are not pedophiles. Oh, thanks for that distinction. That's super
The Charlie Kirk Show
The Rise of School Board Parents Was Wonderful to Watch in 2021
"Of the school board parents, speaking out against sexually explicit books in their kids schools, this was a drum beat that spread like wildfire everybody. This last year. And I would never seen anything like it. It was special and it still happening. Play cut 68. Jasper wasn't even my boyfriend, just this dude. I did some hacking with once in a while. Not in my league at all, but he had a big head toward the door appearing through the window at the boy. His pants around his ankles squeezed between April straddled legs as she lay on top of a teacher's desk. I gripped his arms and flipped him around, pushing him against the wall. His eyes widened, mouth dropping, hey, what are you doing? He chuckled nervously. I took a deep breath before dropping on my shaky knees, the ground cold. Now, I want to apologize for playing that sexually explicit stuff because if you send your child to public school, you are knowingly exposing them to pornography and propaganda. At this point. But then cut 67, I started to show up at school board meetings. I tried to participate the best I could. Like, cut 67, play whatever they have. Good evening. I'm in Arizona taxpayer and employer of over a hundred people in this state. I'm disgusted that you are lying to the citizens of this state and the people that pay your salaries. You say critical race theory is not in the school district and then moments later you have someone come up and use that word equity. Just last week, the CU SD summer equity symposium was held. And it was, quote, to create systemic change, change your leadership thinking. How about addressing imply it implicit bias for student excellence? If you know anything, just a little bit about where these ideas and these phrases come from, you know that this student suffers stomping on the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.. You see, despite the drums of war from the centralized pullet bureau, regular moms and dads rising up was a phenomenal and positive wrinkle.
WTOP 24 Hour News
Thousands Gather for Annual "March on for Voting Rights"
"Years ago On a hot August day, thousands gathered in D C to march for jobs and civil rights for Black Americans Today, decades after the march on Washington, thousands commemorate Did the iconic day when Martin Luther King Jr delivered his I have a dream speech with a march for voting rights. I'm here to make a stand. Listen, every American should have the right to participate in democracy, and that's why I'm here, making a loud and proud. This marcher goes by the name Britta Filter. I'm here with drag out the vote, and it's very important for us to stand up for people's voting rights, especially marginalized people. People of color. There are 389 bills that have passed insert in 48 different states around the country. People suppressing voter registration, voter everything mail in voting. All of it. So folks are marching in favor of national voting rights legislation. D. C. Statehood, ending the filibuster and making sure black and brown Americans have full access to
WTOP 24 Hour News
Activists March Nationwide for Voting Rights, Honoring 1963 March on Washington
"58 years since the March on Washington, led by Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Thousands marched again in D C today and across the country in an effort to persuade lawmakers to pass federal voting rights legislation among the speakers. Martin Luther King the third We need to turn up the press. Shall on the leaders who think their flimsy talk about bipartisanship is more important than our rights. The rallies come as a number of Republican controlled states have made sweeping changes that could make it harder to vote. Many activists view the fight over voting rights as a civil rights issue of the day. This
Financial Advisors with Aubrey Morrow
Thousands March in Washington, U.S. Cities for Voting Rights
"In Washington marking 58 years since the historic I have a dream speech delivered by the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr the central Focus this year is federal voting rights legislation. Designed to combat election bills in several Republican states. The group also hosting marches and other cities today, including Atlanta, Miami in Houston, the state where Texas governor Greg Abbott will soon sign into long a bill that also blocks election officials from sending random absentee ballot applications that imposes ID requirements and gives more leeway to poll watchers. Fox says Jeff
NPR Politics Podcast
Martin Luther King, Jr. Fortnite New Game: I Have a Dream Speech
"Epic games the company the developers behind fortnight have done something kind of interesting it also kind of ties into what i cover for npr. So i thought it was really interesting. It is as we pointed out in the last segment. It's the anniversary of the march on washington. And dr king's i have a dream speech and they've worked with time studios in time magazine to create this experience called march through time. Players can be teleported to what they're calling. Dc sixty three which is like this kind of a reimagined alternate universe. Washington dc built by users. And you can actually take your character and traveled to the lincoln memorial and the national mall. And here recordings of dr king. Giving the i have a dream speech. There are also like many games that you can do. Yes are you doing the usual fortnight stuff while you're there like my question. This is my question to an eye full disclosure. I have not gotten a check out this experience myself yet but a really smart gaming journalist. I follow erin ashley. Simon actually did you can find on twitter. She put up a four minute. Video of what people are doing. And yeah there's some of the emotes as they call them of people dancing and things like that but you can also hold up signs at the rally. There are collaborative experiences. That are sort of educational. There were puzzles. So yes some of the traditional fortnight stick. But there's also kind of a learning angle here too. I see people describing it as like an interactive online museum.
Professor Paul Kengor and Mark Levin Share the Same Analysis of 'Marxism'
"Professor. Congress is precisely only a fool a Marxist forward, try to refashion the centerpiece of all man's humanity, the alpha and the omega around something like class for Karl Marx or race for the modern CRT advocates. What could be more demeaning. What could be so contrary to Judeo Christian values? That's what Marxism does, from its classical form to its modern American forms were less Children of God than products of class, race and gender. Here live in quotes the very worst of them. Richard Delgado jeans Stefan Sick and D a N D. Angelo for whom races everywhere and everything as his racism. As the antidote to this dehumanizing world. You live in quotes Dr Wyatt T. Walker, who was very close to representative Excuse me to Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. And in his essay in 2015 when he wrote was Steve Kalinsky. Steve Kalinsky. Walker stated. Today. Too many remedies such as critical race theory, the increasingly fashionable post Marxist postmodernists approach. It analyzes society has institutional group power structures. Rather than on spiritual or 1 to 1 human level are taking us in the wrong direction. Separating even schoolchildren into explicit racial groups. And emphasizing differences instead of similarities. Unlike Dr King's vision of judging people by the content of their character, rather than the color of their skin. Walkers. Views of civil rights were rightly based on religious values, humanism, not Marxism and critical race theory. The roots of critical race theory are planted in entirely different intellectual soil. Walker out Begins with blocks with each person assigned to an identity or economic bloc, as in Marxism. Yes, says percent Professor as in Marxism. That is an Americanism. That's what Mark Levin understands so well, especially given previous works of his such as rediscovering Americanism. American marks and is quintessentially UN American. People in America professing this noxious junk, maybe Americans in terms of citizenship. With all the rights and liberties and protections afforded thereof. But they are not Americans the way the founders of this country envisioned. America is less a place that an idea, said Ronald Reagan. It is indeed The ideas of America as it was formed by the direct antithesis of the ideas. A car marks. And his perverse heirs who today pushed their insidious new forms of American Marxism. Especially at our awful universities. And what Mark Levin shows above all is how un American American Marxism really
Red Eye Radio
Biden To Sign Bill Making Juneteenth A Federal Holiday
"The Juneteenth National independence They act into law in the East Room. Today, Juneteenth will be the first federal holiday added since Martin Luther King Jr Day in 1983, the president back
Maine Man Arrested for Setting Fire to Black Church
"Is the Fox News. Run down, Listen and subscribe now by going up fox news podcasts dot com. A man from main faces federal hate crimes charges accused of setting fire to a predominantly black church in Massachusetts extensive damage and Martin Luther King Jr Community Presbyterian Church in Springfield, Massachusetts, from a fire set December 28th. There were three smaller fires set on two separate days there earlier that month and some tires slashed in the area. Federal prosecutors say disco vulture I've 44 years old from Houlton, Maine, is responsible for all of it. They say investigators found on his phone, several messages using racist language about black people and location data linking him to the scene of the crimes. He was already in state custody, pleading not guilty of
Mornings on Maine Street
Georgia's new GOP election law draws criticism, lawsuits
"Street with Bill Main Bizarre is adjourned Sonny down. And with that House Speaker David Ralston, calling the 2021 legislator legislative session to a close Georgia lawmakers agreeing to a budget for the new year that does restore money to K 12 education increases. The mental health funding also pays nursing home operators more Now even know with that there has been more fuss about the state sweeping new election law, which has already been signed into law. The chief executives of Delta Airlines and Coca Cola, now calling the law unacceptable. Also Tyler Perry, who owns the giant Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta. Is speaking out about the new lawyer. Perry is joining other metro Atlanta business leaders, including Delta's CEO and criticism of Georgia's new voting law, He told the Hollywood reporter the law is unconstitutional and called on the U. S. Department of Justice to investigate its validity. Ford versus Ferrari Director James Mangold tweeted that he would not direct a feature film in Georgia due to the new law. While some agree with Perry and others in the production industry about the boycott. Others see the danger and blocking business in the state. Bernice King, daughter of the late Reverend Martin Luther King Jr tweeted that boycotting the state would disproportionately affect middle
"martin luther king jr" Discussed on Revisionist History
"Be perfect. But now let's leave this iconic scene behind us and travel across time it across the atlantic twenty eight years later a very different man would give a very different speech in front of a very different audience kit after noon. Mr president he spends name was gerald ratner and he didn't have a dream. He had a nightmare. I'm tim harford. And you're listening to cautionary tales..
"martin luther king jr" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Two wrongs do not make a right Michael McFaul. He is former U. S ambassador to Russia and author of From Cold War, Too Hot Peace, Ambassador McFaul. Good to Speak with You. Thanks for everything. All right to another story. It is Martin Luther King Jr Day here in the U. S. A holiday usually celebrated with parades and festivals and interfaith services this year, the pandemic force the cancelation of most of those gatherings. But after a year dominated by racial turmoil, many cities found ways to hold virtual celebrations instead. MPR's Adrian Florido reports, speaking from the King Center in Atlanta to just a handful of people spread out in the pews, but to thousands watching online, Martin Luther King Jr is daughter Bernice King said she'd never have predicted all the racial turmoil the last year would bring the reserves and culture of divisiveness, hate racism, nationalism and violence has reached a critical stage and at this point The United States is certainly the poster child for it. Police killings of black people a pandemic ravaging black and Brown America, a president trying to toss out black votes insurrectionists storming the Capitol. She called on the violence to end Yes, there are many who will continue to endorse and even employed violence. As their answer to social change. But in the words of my mama, she said, somebody has to cut off the chain of violence. So on this King holiday, it's not too late for us to shift from chaos to community. Can you shared the stage with Raphael Warnock George's recently elected first black senator? He's also the pastor of Dr King's Ebeneezer Baptist Church more Neck said Making that shift to community requires understanding that Americans faiths are linked deadly pandemic has reminded us We're tied together is, Dr King said in a single garment of destiny Because we're dealing with a deadly airborne disease. My neighbor coughs and I'm in peril by the cough of my neighbor. That doesn't make my neighbor my enemy. That means that our destiny is tied together. We are as close in our humanity as a cough. The Atlanta event was just one of many held to honor the King holiday. There were virtual events in Memphis, Detroit, Denver in Los Angeles in San Antonio, where tens of thousands of people usually march on this day. City streamed what it called a virtual march featured the voices of families of people killed by police. In Chicago, the city's virtual commemoration highlighted the work of community leaders who have focused on healing the wounds inflicted by racism. And speaking via zoom from North Carolina. The Reverend William Barber, the second called on the incoming Biden Harris administration to chart a new, less violent course for the nation even is the threat of violence continues to loom over the presidential transition. And so the way out, we believe in this moment. Is to heal the morning and the hurt people are experiencing. He joined by about a dozen other faith leaders laid out a 14 point plan, they said, would help the nation and specifically black and brown Americans to begin healing. Marco bit relief access to health care. Ah, higher minimum wage, immigration reform voter protections. We must choose policy Nonviolence. And stop policy violence and nothing would be more tragic than for us to turn back At this point, he said. Anything less would be a dishonor to Dr King's legacy. Dream for NPR news. Tomorrow on morning edition, a preview of the speech that will set the tone of Biden's presidency. His inaugural address. You could listen by asking your smart speaker to play NPR or your member station. On. You were listening to all things considered from NPR news. Two studies out today suggest ways to improve treatments for depression and obsessive compulsive behavior. Using brain stimulation. Thea Pro choice delivers pulses of electric or magnetic energy to certain areas in the brain. Scientists report that stimulation is more effective when it is customized for each.
"martin luther king jr" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"So hopefully I done my part in what John catch. Maty dish owner and operator of Red Apple Media's W. A. B. C and 107.1 FM had asked us to do. Is to bring light to the life and times of Martin Luther King Junior on this The national holiday in his honor. And I think I've done so in a manner in which you learned a hell of a lot you might not have known because I lived through it. And more importantly, we didn't get all wrapped up into the jargon of if he was still alive. This is what Martin Luther King Jr would have thought said or done. I don't know of anyone out there who's a soothsayer, a swami or a tea? Leave reader who could have known any of that. But it's been a great day so far, and it will continue on and you will learn quite a bit about Martin Luther King Jr Talk radio for New York and all of America. 1071. W L I. R FM, Hampton Bays and You may be concerns about inaugural security. I'm rich Dennis and Fox News. The FBI is conducting rigorous background checks into National Guard members deploying to the nation's capital to provide security for Wednesday's inauguration. Defense officials are worried about some type of insider attack by service members involved in securing President elect Joe Biden's inauguration. This concern has the FBI vetting all 25,000 National Guard troops coming to the U. S. Capitol for the event. This massive undertaking highlighting security concerns that have gripped Washington since the January 6th insurrection. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy says he's seen no evidence. It's of any threats, adding the vetting hasn't flagged any issues. Fox's Jackie Baniyas much of Washington, D. C is locked down ahead of this week's inaugural activities. Heightened security led to a brief lockdown of the U. S. Capitol building today after a fire was reported near the complex. Officials say that fire was in a homeless camp and posed no threat. President Trump's expected to grant up to 100 pardons and commutations before leaving the White House. Sources tell Fox News. A large batch could come tomorrow. All have to be issued before noon Wednesday. Rapper Lil Wayne, who pleaded guilty to a weapons charge last month, is suspected to be on the list. Wikileaks founder Julian Hassan's not expected to get a pardon is still unclear whether former Trump advisor Steve Bannon, charged in a fraud probe will get a reprieve. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham has said the president should not give pardons to those who stormed the U. S. Capitol. Fox's Rachel Sutherland in Washington Vice President elect Kamila Harris today resigned her California U S Senate seat ahead of Wednesday's inauguration. Areas will continue playing a key role in the center. Dashi is expected to be called upon to break ties in the chamber. Now that Republicans have lost the majority California's secretary of state Alex Padilla, will Phil Harris.
The Propaganda Report
"martin luther king jr" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"Erik. Erikson we're back. It's monica perez and for ericsson and we're talking about. I threw a new wrinkle. I've had the Martin luther king story. The true story has power the assassination what it was really about and then i mentioned that i stumbled upon in my research that just this november the trump administration and in a kind of document dump about the about jfk had this this twenty page fbi dossier on mlk which just detail the connections between mlk and some members of the communist party in the us very damning document in my opinion if you still care about the threat of communism and you look back it looks to me like it's a way to kind of get people to feel that. Mlk is a serious threat for that reason as a communist as opposed to anything else. I think that the reason he was killed was not that but for other reasons. Maybe i don't know. But i wanna know what you think. Eight hundred wsb talk. I'm going run in snowville heireann with monica. Hello monica how are you. I'm good my point is simply this We need information. We would like to know exactly what happened. I don't think you need to worry about a resurgence or or or of You.
"martin luther king jr" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Chris Libertine e as delivered. There's proof in his promotions and advertising, we will see But it is if you have difficulty understanding how I bought you a lyceum English language. Just understand Sleeve Onyx. It's like the old Yvonne it It is a language that I have created and developed in 30 years. Broadcasting in talk radio. Most of it here at W. A. B. C but believe in another was hit W N Y. C. Not my place to be public radio in New York City for seven months. Surprised I survived seven days. And over at AM 9 70 the ends of for four years doing am Dr NPM Driving many of you. You said what happened to you? I've never heard you on the radio again when you left W A. B. C Can you imagine that? And they said, Oh, you're back. Yep. I'm back in my place to be w. A B. C And my former broadcasting is to connect you with the here and now to what has transpired in the past. Because history keeps repeating itself. I know this was the most important election of all time. We've never had rioting and insurrection like we've had in the takeover of the capital recently, and with the black lives matter, and TIF marches, riots, looting that took place in the summer. You couldn't be More hopelessly wrong about that, especially if you personally lived through the sixties and the seventies. But let me break another bubble as we celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr here today on W A. B C. This myth about the Kennedy Theeighties of Camelot. We've seen a lot of that dissipate over the years because we recognize that like any human beings, JFK, RFK had flaws. Now. Unfortunately, JFK was first to be assassinated. And then Martin Luther King Jr and then RFK. All three of them are iconic figures in the history of America. Through the fifties and the sixties. Until they departed this plane because of assassination. But they have quite the legacy. Fact, a lot of people don't know that RFK was counsel to the committee to investigate communism in America. Right. He was a key proponent. He was no Jill McCarthy or Roy Cohen, who became the number one go to guy for the growing power of Donald Trump. At some point, they sure Comey's under Every sofa in every house in America, but he was in And you know, I don't know if many of you know That they were not friends with Martin Luther King Jr at all. Now JFK who had been a congressman in Massachusetts and groomed by his father. Become the U. S senator and then eventually the president of the United States, he wrote the book profiles in courage. About how guys had broken from segregation. Elice tendencies like Sam Houston in Texas, right. The leader of Texas is independent, strive against Mexico and Santa Anna. He was featured. Another person was featured. He won a Pulitzer Prize for that, even though JFK didn't write the book. His daddy. Had somebody else write it and JFK got all the credits because this was part of the plan. Help make him the president of the United States. Now, As senator of Massachusetts, you would think he leaned lust right? He certainly wasn't a conservative. 1957 while shitting in the Senate. As a Democrat, he voted against Eisenhower's Civil Rights Act 1957. He voted with the segregation of lists. From the South, Strong Thurman and mostly Democrats at that time, because say that was a Democratic stronghold. And why did JFK vote against Eisenhower this civil rights act because he didn't want to anger Those who believed in segregation in the south because he was seeking the 1960 nomination. So it wasn't about You know, equality for blacks, it was all about becoming president. All about becoming president. And then all of a sudden, in October of that year, he was running against Vice President Nixon. And by the way, Vice President Nixon had a great relationship with Martin Luther King Jr he met with Martin Luther King Jr at the White House. They often times would have phone conferences because, remember the Republican Party at that time was the party of Civil Rights. James Brown. That's right. I got ants in my pants, and I need to dance if you have a red jet or have any magazine. He was beloved by Republicans. He was a Republican. Then you had at that particular time. Jackie Robinson, who was the iconic figure he was a Rockefeller Republican. So the Republicans were the party of integration. Democrats with a party of segregation. So this is what happened right before the election. This is October on month before the election with Vice President Richard Nixon. Martin Luther King Jr. Is dragged to jail on a trumped up traffic charge, enjoyed you, and they wouldn't release him. And his wife at the time, Corretta Scott King was pregnant. And J. F case advisor said. Call Corretta Scott King, ask her how she's doing. What can you do to try to extricate Her husband, Martin Luther King Jr from jail. And he received a tremendous amount of attention. RFK, his campaign manager, advisers, soon to become attorney general had suggested he not call Corretta Scott King. You write down anywhere in the history books? No, of course not. Of course, now is he aged Camelot? How dare you say that? The problem is Vice President Nixon did not also call for some reason he who had had regular communication when Martin Luther King Jr did not call Coretta Scott King. Find out how Martin was doing in jail and what he could do his vice president and to try to move up the legal process and get him released from jail, if nothing more than on bail, And that was the story. It was carried throughout the black community in the south, where they had obviously registered voters who would normally vote Republican. They would've voted for Nixon as he had voted for Eisenhower and Nixon twice before, and this time, some of them broke ranks. And voted for JFK. Now JFK won the election for president by the mirror stuff majority such than 1%. When you bisected it and dissected it, it was because he come or of the black vote. Richard Nixon would have become president of the United States. Now you would have thought, right? JFK with a great speech upon his inauguration. What can you do for your country? Would have had my Luther King Jr invited right? He had other civil rights leaders invited In the mountain, not Martin, Lucy King Jr. He was on the outside looking in. In fact, JFK refused to allow Sammy Davis Jr. A lifetime Democrat, to perform at his inauguration because Sammy Davis Jr had married the white actress Mai Brit. What happened to the age of Camelot to, huh? And there's more. My name is 1 808 for a W A B. C. That's 1 808 489222. Remember that famous speech famous of all famous speeches and Martin Luther King Jr gave which is.
"martin luther king jr" Discussed on KCRW
"2000 and 21. Anything the Monday Here in Al a clear morning. Very still right now. 54 F around 12 Celsius. Today. I was thinking about Martin Luther King Jr. Talk about a man with courage. He had the courage. Just stand up. And peacefully fight. Against tremendous opposition. Just stand up and peacefully fight. We're freedom. For a justice. Equality. Very few people with this kind of courage. God bless Martin Luther King Jr. Should be going up to around. 80 F this afternoon around 27 Celsius. And it looks like we're going to be enjoying once again. Beautiful blue skies and golden sunshine. All along the way. Everyone. Have a great day..
Wendell's World & Sports
"martin luther king jr" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
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Wendell's World & Sports
"martin luther king jr" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"To not you guys do are the ones doing the oppressing. We are the ones that are oppressed. So sorry and then you guys think that you know because you're the majority here that you get the call shots on this one not on this one now on this one. So of course. Canada perry you know who is the ultimate opportunist. I'm quite sure he had his players back quite sure that he agreed with you. Know stuff that they were nearly four. John calipari racist. I'm not going jump. Pero racist not doing all that not saying that you know the fact that he was doing it for his guy. I'm not saying that. That was you know. I'm not saying that will bullshit and i'm not saying that all about calipari but i am saying down. Calipari isn't opportunities. And i'm all i'm also saying that john calipari kind of understands why he needed to go ahead and do this john. Calipari relies on getting five star highly qualified basketball players. Who happen to be black. So he down with that any type of hint that he down with that is going to hurt his recruiting which is going to hurt his stature. The basketball coaches in america. So this was kind of like a two fold thing. I'm not. I'm not saying that. Calipari was not sincere in wanting to kneel with the guys by taking the situation like this. You're talking about fifty year old white man who was a little bit nervous. Who was a little bit. How 'bout this uncomfortable doing that. So that's the reason. Why when all of this shit started going down and you know black folks. The fact that you know bunch of poor white trash will sit there and talk about. We're gonna burn your clothes and blindfold shrug and say go. Fuck yourselves by calipari fifty one year old white man with a nice fat contract and a high standing within the state of kentucky also got louisville was going to go ahead and when he's you know told about what happened. He's going to hold a news conference on wednesday. It'd be like well. I didn't know. I didn't know about it until ninety minutes before the game and we we've talked about it since then about you know you don't need to speak you. Don't need to have action. How how do you bring people together. How do you make a difference. Not just how do you make a statement. I mean there. Eighteen year old kids. These are good kids. These are kids and they're good kids. They've got good hearts the political time. Not probably not. If you'll get time to do it. No no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no. No cal knows no no. No lebron get on the phone ninety on the phone when john walk in on the phone. Someone needs to talk to this guy. You need to talk to your own ball coach. No no you see john. You're feeling uncomfortable that needed with the perfect time. So this bullshit about. I know but ninety minutes before the game i mean they kind of sprung up on me like y- ninety minutes was not enough time for you to make the in your mind now the correct decision to say well. Let's not do it now. Let's let's do it some other time. Let's do what's a mother ways. You had ninety minutes. I think this discussion was more important than basketball game. John i mean you're talking about learning lessons to be a great learning lesson and you blew out florida so you really didn't ninety minutes to prepare themselves ready because you beat florida pretty good on saturday so i don't know what you're talking about. I have no idea what you're talking about there. Eighteen year old kids. These are good kids. Maybe kids falker. They can vote. Can't they when you vote. You're no longer a kid. You're a young person but you're no longer a kid you can go to jail as You can go to prison as an adult when you're eighteen now. You can do a lot of things when you eighteen. Candy you when you're seventeen. Seventeen year came when you're eighteen urine adult so no these are the all kids these kids. They don't know any better john. I'm quite sure that these kids the background they came from. They know a lot more about this shit than you do. A sixteen year sixty one year old man who's been quote unquote john calipari as we know john calipari for a long time. Now each kids know exactly why they kneeling a lot better than you do. And this stuff about well. We'll do this. We'll take action and we don't need to advertise it and we don't need to go ahead and and bring it to light. We don't need to pull kimber for a little bit and everything bullshit. John everything you fucking do to help yourself and your program. You put a camera in front of it. Tell me the last time john. Calipari didn't take an opportunity to get in front of a camera. Tell me the last bucket out time to dr john. Calipari didn't he get passed up on an opportunity to get in front of a camera or get in front of a microphone. Or the be on sportscenter or to be somewhere where you can't talk about himself talk about the program in that type of thing. Tell me the last time john calipari did that. I'll wait still waiting. Still waiting still waiting. You get my point. So what can i say. What can i say. tell ya. World other nells boy world is something else so all right. I'm done i'm done. I've done but this. I wanna thank you very much for listening to the podcast really do and i'll be back talk about some. Nfl football anything happens. We've got the New orleans pelicans in the la lakers coming up after. Luca in jaanus do they're fine so be going ahead and talking about that. Listen to a bunch of phil. Henry podcast and other podcasts. And listen to my man defending fenning and all those other guys all got great podcast so enjoy yourself enjoy your weekend be smart be safe be good be good to each other. Listen learn learn. listen. I'm going to be ending the program today. Appropriately says this is the data. Martin luther king junior was born with the black national anthem. Which i've said many times if you're gonna play the national anthem that you should go ahead and play the black national anthem and ain't gonna hurt. You ain't gonna kill you. We can sit up there and put our hands over our hearts and take our caps off our head and pledge allegiance to a flag and pledged to anthem which you know for some folks really is only sliding scale in terms of how much we should be pledging allegiance to but the the least that we could do this country it also go ahead and pay respects to the other half of the tracks and the other folks who don't have as good as the others still don't even though we're working very hard for it so the black national anthem is what i'm gonna be going out with. So yeah peace love harmony. Happy birthday dr king music.
Wendell's World & Sports
"martin luther king jr" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Mr mcconnell was elected from that state again reelected shows. You the intelligent level of the folks talk not all not all all not all but enough doughnuts kelly. Another county great diversity. In high intelligence. Knox county had the populist population of around three out thirty thousand people and also sits near the tennessee border all right. The census of two thousand the population there was thirty. One thousand seven hundred ninety five. People don't think that is gaining too much over the last twenty years. The racial makeup of the county is ninety. Eight percent white point eight percent black and point two five native american. The medium income for a house in the county was eighteen. Thousand in the medium income for a family was twenty. Three thousand males had a median income of twenty four thousand versus eighteen thousand for females about twenty nine percent of families and thirty four percent of the population were below the poverty line including forty two percent of those under the age of eighteen and twenty nine percent of those age. Sixty five or over old even gets any getting better. The kelly has been strongly republican since the civil war. I'm the only democrat to carry. Knox county since then had been linden. Johnson's when you won everything humanly possible. Nineteen sixty four is fourth presidential election and johnson. Of course was you know. Had that southern drawl from this he was from texas so there was some There was Of familiarity fair. So once again. We're taking a look at this medium income. Were taking a look at the way they voted. We're taking a look at the poverty line. We're taking a look at the racial makeup and we're coming to the conclusion that knocks kelly poor white trash. Okay okay and again. I'm quite sure that those kentucky basketball players are wringing their hands about the idiots knox county feel that the team is disrespecting the flag disrespecting the military and disrespecting the country when they kneel during the national anthem. I wonder how many of those fucking idiots or saying the same tune on wednesday when people were breaking into the capital and threatening the lives of their elected officials. Just wondering just wondering let me see then start there oh kentucky you are just a you two barrel laughs this week. Kentucky republican senator president clinton crime during the speech over uk players kneeling during the anthem. He cried said quitting with you on the senate floor robber steamers. Shed tears on the senate floor monday afternoon. He gave a speech responding to university of kentucky basketball players kneeling during the national anthem over the weekend. So emotional he was so torn. he expressed the hurt. He felt at the pair of an active military member in the nephew of a korean war. Combat veteran both of whom he said are symbolized by the american flag. Now stivers did not specifically named duckie players said quote when a group of young men got out on the basketball court and kneeled. That's protected speech. Was it at the right place. The right time that's debatable. no now jackass. It wasn't available. When would you rather have them new. I mean because after all for things to get changed not just decided in this country but really part of the world that we live in any part of this planet that we live in the only way that change because we we have our oppressors. Feel uncomfortable you see if our oppressors feel comfortable then less lightly they are going to change things so what we need to do. What what we both choked up there what we need to do to go ahead and try to change that by making them feel uncomfortable to the point where they need to change it so they will not be uncomfortable anymore. That's the way things go robert. If you read a history book maybe you would find that l. Become liberated from england becoming want them to feel uncomfortable. We didn't elaborate from england because the founding fathers were afraid of making king george feel uncomfortable taxation without representation. Man come on now. We became a free country because we were making the british feel uncomfortable. We were waiting around for those folks changes in this country. Changes in the world. Come along because we wanna make those who are pressing us feel uncomfortable. He roberts feeling comfortable right there. Okay let's talk about what we can do about. You know. police not whipping are asked for no reason. Maybe we can now talk about the conditions in our communities to make them better because now robert is feeling comfortable. Those idiots nuts kelly feeling comfortable. Those assets in laurel kelly feeling comfortable now is a great time for us to go ahead and discuss these things and i'm quite sure with them. Feeling comfortable about the w much more amicable to change their mind and change her opinions. Did you do he then. Read this clown. Read a letter written by his uncle. During the korean war he said people have died for this country. They have died to allow young men to go out on the floor and have the opportunity to play sports and we speak there and speak their mine. You know what else there robert you know what else people have died for. Black people poor people. Brown people people of oppression. People have also died for the betterment of this country people have died fighting the war of discrimination and oppression and segregation at home. Just what we didn't have to go over to black folks if you take a look at the history black folk didn't have to do over to another country folk have to go to korea black folk didn after vietnam black folk death over the german the be killed in war in the battle. No problem you hit white folks. Had white marriage is doing that right here. I mean shit. Back in the fifties and the sixties if you lived in alabama mississippi of you lifted louisiana and texas if you lived in new york city if you lived in washington. Dc lifted. virginia. If you lived anywhere this country and if you weren't black and you wanted to get alleged or you wanted to get killed or you want to get murdered by a white person too but very simple you go ahead and you might say hello to a white woman or you might go ahead and move into a neighborhood or you might try to go ahead and try to get into a high school or white college or university sit. There were many ways black. Vote to be murdered by white folks trying to better this country then go overseas and fight for a right or fight for someone else but fight for another country. Isn't that to do that if you were black. So yeah robert guess what just much your grandfather. Just as much as your relatives went over to a war. The fight for this country in risk their lives. But i didn't have to do list our life every fucking day that we wake up the trying to make this country better so if anybody has the right to dictate one is right to kneel luna's right to protest when the right time to protests damn sure to be white folks periodic. Yeah history tells the wife. Oh you don't get the call this one. You don't get to tell us exactly when we should be able to protest that not debatable. Robert that's debatable though jackass law kelly. Nope no wrong. Sorry we get to go ahead and we get to decide when we shall go ahead and protest when we shall expressed our feelings and thoughts about the way that we're treated in this country the way we were treated in this country for two hundred years for three hundred years for over four hundred fucking years we get we get choke.
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"It down. You know people who served a for this country. I saw people in pittsburgh do that. Just like your burgunder jackets. There's like damn pittsburgh. I mean the last time i checked the weather in pittsburgh in december and january and february the quite the weather in hunting lulu. You fucking idiots burning your shit. Don't you go ahead take it down to a place where they serve veterans or serve the homeless or serve somebody and say hey look you know what these guys have pittsburgh steelers. They were kneeling and they were doing. All this type of stuff and we vehemently disagree with that because of that we are no longer supporting the team. We're no longer gonna be wearing their merchandise. We're no longer going to be wearing the paraphernalia the clothing so we don't want it. Do you guys want. And i'm quite sure down. There would be hell fuck. Yeah because we have many many people men women and children who can find great use of the stuff but no you idiots wanna go ahead and burn it you fucking stupid embry low-life clown ass mother fuckers wanna go ahead and do this dump so at always. Just burn me up. Color capital is not colin capital case. This country colin kaepernick doesn't give a shit about the military. Meanwhile you're burning your clothing instead of showing your patriotism and your concerned with others and instead giving it away to somebody who is indeed of it. Un- flipping believable so any griffin barney fife down in laurel county decided they were going to burn the uk. Jerseys also tell you stupid motherfucker. Something do you really think that the kentucky players in the coach give a flying. Fuck that you two. Jackasses burned or clothing while bernard uk merchandise. Do you think keen. I'm brooks in terence clark am. Bj boston do you think any of these guys give a flying. Fuck that you did that. Do you think that these guys are going to be like well. You know what we were going to go ahead and we were going to protest again and kneel before the national anthem. But you know. I saw what i saw. A deputy do dogpound. Lower county did in while you know that really had an effect on me so you know we decided against it because man we don't want to be losing our fans and burning jerseys and burning our our merchant are burning our t shirts and stuff so we decided that we were just gonna go ahead and show up dribble because guys. Golly we can't have we can. Have you know these guys go ahead and do what they were doing. Do you really think you stupid motherfuckers. Do you really think that was the case. Unbelievable some people. Just just tighten my jaws. Sometimes so again it lethal one guy would like the remaining shirts will go to the people go to people in need or the homeless shelter. What why are you going to be doing that anyway. Give it to them. Regardless you're gonna burn stuff. Look if you don't wanna wear your merchandise finding america's no law saying that You have to support these guys. Where bertrand does i get it. So you know you wanna go. You wanna go that route. Make yourself look stupid by burning shit on on not social media or you want to go out there and you know express your displeasure about an athlete or a team or a coach allowing players to go ahead and exercising first amendment rights. If you wanna go ahead and do them bullshit. Fine almost arrest you for. But they'll they'll sit there and talk about mr superamerica captain america over here and doing some stupid shit like that. When there's many people need who could use the clothing that you're burning stupid so lower laurel. Kelly sits near the tennessee border at the population of roughly sixty thousand people now at the census of twenty ten in laurel county was ninety seven percent white Point three percent black or point seven percent black point three percent native american so the overwhelming majority of law county is white which you know that kind of a answered a few questions. The medium income for a household in the county twenty seven thousand with the medium for a family The family medium with thirty one thousand males the medium income of twenty seven thousand versus one thousand nine thousand for females and they'll seventeen or eighteen percent of families and twenty one percent of the population were below the poverty line including twenty eight or twenty nine percent of those under the age of eighteen and twenty percent of those age. Sixty five or over. So looks to me from taking a look at the demographics and i'm taking a look at the medium income and i'm taking a look at the poverty line bowl. County is a county of poor white trash so here we go so surprise surprise they would be stupid enough to be sitting there still under the delusion. Meant that yell kneeling. Black athletes kneeling is a sign of disrespect of the military in the american flag. Surprise prize. that they would feel that way. Wendell's world is sports. i'm your host one. The wall glad that you could be with us. The dust county fiscal court also staged a protest of the basketball team for kneeling on saturday. In florida sign. They signed a unanimous resolution demanding that taxpayer payer funds allocated to the university of kentucky elsewhere. This is what judge executive mike. Mitchell told the tribune. The university of kentucky received millions and millions of dollars every year of hardworking kentucky taxpayer money taxpayers money. I think they need to be held accountable for their actions. If they can't manage it no better than that. What what what what what are you talking about. What the fuck are you talking about the. Do you realize how important it is for the only kentucky basketball team but the kentucky football team and other sports in general but especially we're speaking about our region like kentucky. Do you know how important it is for the university of kentucky basketball team to be relevant to be good to be dominant d. Do you know how important it is to that university. You do realize or maybe you don't bet when will a team of importance in the community in a in a city light. That is good and his rocking in his role. Take for instance when kentucky is zero rant high in the country of the basketball team and the referee is sold out. And they're getting on espn and they're getting our cbs. They're making the tournament and they're doing all these type of things. Do you know how much of a positive that is for the university of kentucky. The school itself. Do you realize how much more financially advantaged they are when the kentucky basketball team has rolling and doing well. Do you know how well enrollment goes up when the kentucky basketball team is doing well. Do you realize how important that is. Do you realize if the university of kentucky in lexington kentucky you realize that that university is strong that university of bringing in money. That university of health is healthy. How helps the area how it helps the community. How would help the city. What in kentucky going strong in lexington kentucky is doing well financially doing well because of the university of kentucky mainly because of the university of the basketball team do you know how this spreads outside of lexington and helps the entire state of kentucky. Do us realized that. Did you understand that. I don't know if you do or not because you wanna make such a stupid decision to say that. The university of kentucky needs to allocate the phones of the tax payer because i'm guessing electing kentucky one of the main industrial monitoring main financial assets of that city or of the town. Whatever you wanna talk about is the university of georgia. University plays a big role in the health of not only the city but the entire state. So why dingo holy hell would you take tax payers funds away from that university where you pull them nelson to and how to help the university which in turn is going to help the entire community which in turn is gonna help the entire fucking state you idiot. How the hell does that work because those guys are exercising. The first amendment to kneel will jackasses who lifted. That state are already arrested for the nonsense that you call down in dc Wednesday.
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"And with his history of physical health. Risky risk. It no biscuit far too. Coaching concern shanahan forty one years old. You take a look at some of the better head coaches in this league yet. You have the andy reed's accord. Bill belichick standard barrier. But these young cats coming in our middle name from themselves. You speak about someone like me when you're speaking about me i'm fifty years old so you know it's a relative term was to begin about young guys someone who's listening to this podcast twenty eight years old tell them out kyle shanahan being young at forty one really you go in there with that but for my generation after speaking about a young head coaches these guys were doing well shayna hand kyle shanahan and matt lafleur and sean mcvay in chemistry fairsky and Brian florez sean mcdermott. I mean these guys are forty six years old speaking. Mcdermott as a thirty nine bay. Thirty four so fancy eight gel shanahan's forty one fifteen years ago. You didn't see coach. That age becoming head coaches they would be deemed that they weren't experienced enough. They weren't ready enough but shanahan's been working in the nfl for seventeen years. So we're speaking about a guy and you can talk about nepotism with his father him being the son of mush here. But yeah it's illegal. Anybody gonna be dialing offers a widget which degree of cow shanahan. So he's worked in the nfl since he was twenty four years old seventeen year. Starting off as the author of quality control coach for tampa bay. He's coastal wide receivers quarterback the offense coordinator for houston washington atlanta cleveland. So he's gotten to work there. Kevin stefanski thirty eight years old. He's worked in the nfl for fifteen years. Fourteen of minnesota assistant quarterbacks coach assistant to the head coach tied in running back quarterback coach offensive coordinator for the viking. Sean mcvay you. All know about his resume. He was working in the. Nfl was thirteen years old. He he really is the winter king. I mean as far as each group concern. He really is the beethoven of the or he relieved the mozart of the nfl in terms of his Talent at such a young age so he worked at the office offensive assistant for tip. Bay washington with the tight ends coach. The offensive coordinator lied about sixteen years old. So he's been doing work. Brian flores thirty nine years old. He's worked in the nfl for thirteen years he wanted. I mean until the near end of the season. He was a strong consideration. For coach of the year in the job is done in miami speeding up that dr revelation or fee speeding up the rebuilding and rebirth of that organization has been remarkable. I mean he was a new england special teamer system special teams coach defensive defensive assistant linebacker coach safety coach. I mean this guy wasn't even coordinator and he's shown that he's more than capable of being a fine. Nfl head coach. Sean mcdermott who. I think should be the coach of the year. Either him or defense. He's been in the nfl for twenty one years. He was the philadelphia. Eagles assistant head coach. Defensive assistant quality coach assistant defensive backs coast secondary coach linebacker coach defensive coordinator for carolina for five years until he got a shot. So everything that i'm saying. That mayer is going to also be going against the train. He's going to try to buck. The trend in terms of what the nfl is looking for not just in terms of age but also in terms of experience because again urban meyer. He's been the head coach in college but he hasn't been jack shit. Diddley in the nfl wasn't equality. Assistant coach wasn't a position coach. Hadn't worked in the front office. Didn't go door to door trying to sell. Tickets wasn't working in public relations. He hadn't done anything afars. Nfl is concerned now. He's going to be in charge of the jacksonville jaguars organization. Not saying he's gonna fail. I don't know. I don't know it's an interesting experiment that's going to be going on in. Urban meyer is so successful and ever since he's been on. The beach in terms of coaching is concerned. He said that he's you know the brain of very successful ceos and leaders and and players play for him who are now in the nfl so he does his homework done due diligence. but it's all different Set of circumstances where you're actually in the line of fire. You're going to be an assistant coach. All you want to be the greatest assistant coach of all time. The six inches between being an assistant coach six inches between that chair between the assistant and the head coach are miles and miles apart in terms of the responsibilities. And the things that you're in control of so as meyer as urban. Meyer chip kelly. He wouldn't there were when chip kelly. Speaking of college coaches try to do their thing in the nfl because urban meyer but this guy who was the first guy to embrace a more wide open offense and everything that he brought to. The college game changed the entire sec. I don't think nick sabin ever leased the ground and pound three yards and a cloud of dust in a quarterback being a game manager of reminded and coming into town in florida was chris. Leak inherited chris. Leak of burlington. T-bone those guys and basically changed the way that the app teams in the sec. Had to play so he he was responsible for nick. Sabin success because and found out that. If i'm going to be playing against this offense that i'm not going to be beat. These guys fourteen the ten and seventeen to fourteen all the time. The go ahead to now upgrade my offense you know he. He accelerated the dismissal of less miles because less miles. Who was a sham. Becker disciple was still doing that. Old bullshit from the nineteen seventies running the football or not having a good quarterback despite being a talent rich state of louisiana where the skill players at the quarterback in the running back position and wide receiver position tied imposition. Should've had him should've had him passing the ball all over the yard but you know less was being less. So less is no more so he was gone. So you know we see. Urban meyer bringing in this whole new way of coaching and new way of office and everything. And he's taylor banking on that to be successful in the nfl will. Didn't we go down. That road chip kelly but guy from oregon with the fast paced offense into no huddle offense and you know you only practice a certain amount of time and you get eight hours of sleep and this is the way you eat. This is the way you train and all this nonsense wouldn't chip kelly supposed to change the way that the nfl will play in the weight. Coaches were supposed to coach that he was going to bring in a whole new way of life. Well after establishing himself as offense of guru and mastermind at oregon kelly who had died he was dying to get out of college. He would have taken any job. You get out of there. But he went to the philadelphia eagles and twenty thirteen. And hey you know the first couple of years for great. He went six ten or she wouldn't tend to six to make the playoffs his first season. Everybody was like wow. This is something else but you know. Unfortunately the run-and-shoot or the fast pace or the you know run on hell. Offense was kind of like these guys are like. Hey man you know you're you're you're with us help and if you're going to go out there in running no huddle and you're going to be three defense you're gonna wheel aware the defense and all that type of stuff so basically the eagles mr playoff next season and then kelly was fired after six tonight. Start and two thousand and fifteen. And then he was hired by the forty niners in two thousand sixteen but.
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"Just seems that i don't know i think that's the thing that basically est anybody i think tire even come to carry his main deal with himself as i don't know i can't predict what i'm going to do. I can't predict what my feelings are gonna be. I can't predict what's going to move me from day to day moment to moment incident to incident feeling feeling i don't know man. It's just seems like this guy just goes on his initial thought to the initial whim his initial feeling. He doesn't think things through the look at the long pitch. I don't know. I don't i don't know i don't know i don't know it's but he's got larry brown disease. You remember the old coach for. I don't know like larry brown coached all over the place it coast at ucla coach at smu coast data new york. Coast to clipper team. Every few years he was moving onto something else and someone who really knew. Larry brown when asked to explain why larry brown the way larry brown is explained. That larry brown seems to be happy. Only when he's unhappy the same thing with the nickel nate diaz. The ufc fighters. They act as trainers. What's up they. Why does he. The guy was like because nate diaz the only time he's happy he's money's unhappy the earning falls into the same spot. I don't know if. I don't know if kyrie irving can with like utopia utopia for him. It's like chaos all around. I don't know if kyri can set can can can be can be happy with a set routine for a long period of time. No matter how great it is like. He gets with being happy as he gets bored with everything being great. And it's like. I need to spice things up a little bit. I need to say things up a little bit in my mind. I'm not being challenged mentally. I don't know what those back once again. I don't know. I've never met carry irving. I'd never talked to kyrie irving. I don't even think kyrie irving those retiring irving is. I don't know neyla so could retire. Stephen was owned by these three tirerack. man will he told tim tim bontemps of espn. Who by the way does an awful job. when he's on the hoop collective with brian windhorst. When windhorst desert park as tim bontemps is on their mouth. Listen to but what kirby told bontemps of espn in november twenty eighteen. He said quote love basketball itself. But everything that comes with it it really. It doesn't really matter to me in terms of my life. I enjoy the game. I enjoy being with my teammates playing every single day. So but but basically he's talking about eight i could. I could see myself walking away. Possibly retiring early mid thirties told them. Let's don't bon temps as much as i love basketball. Everything like that. yeah. I could walk away. I could go ahead and do a jim brown. I can go ahead and do a barry sanders. I could go ahead and do one of those deals. If i'm happy. I can go ahead do a marvin hagler if i'm not happy. So and what may skyrocketed happy. I don't know who knows. I don't think he knows. So why is driving with the team. I i mean maybe what happened with the insurrection of the us capital. Maybe for him to reflect. And maybe i need to do something else. Maybe i need to be freedom fighter. Me might need to do something to help this country to help this world. Maybe maybe he was unsatisfied with the response from the nba owners towards social justice. He feels like he's upon and feels like he's nothing more than a high price. Slave was doing the bidding of the masta. Which is the the white man rich republican owner of the team. He's no longer going to be a slave. I'm not going to be a million dollars slave. I'm going to get myself on shackled from these chains that bind me to do your bidding. And i'm going to go out in the world show. What black power really beans and help the community and do all these type of things. Maybe he's going to go. The ricky williams route the old running back rower. Miami new orleans. Maybe he's going to start taking yoga and start smoking. Ono's who knows but that's kyrie irving s carry irving. It's fine fifty thousand grant. We find fifty grand for that nonsense which the nba was talking about. All you're going to be at a party which you don't have a mask on and you know you're goes against nba protocol when it comes to comb it. You might not like it. You might disagree with it but sorry if you're gonna be working for the nba. If you're going to be doing these things you have to go ahead and abide by the rules. So if you don't the fine fifty thousand dollars or at least in this case the fined fifty thousand dollars and he's gonna lose two games worth the salary. Which is roughly around. Eight hundred twenty thousand dollars. That's how much he's gonna lose this week now before we lose their mind about over here fucking believe it. We have people in this country. We have people all over the world. They're going into poverty being evicted from their homes. They have nowhere to stay. They're losing their jobs and because of they're losing their job their bank counter being depleted and blah blah. And it's fucking asshole known carving because he wanted to go to a fucking party and not by cove and regulations for the league. Get employees him. He's going to give up fifty grand like no big deal and he's gonna missed eight cough up eight hundred and twenty thousand dollars because he doesn't feel like playing basketball while people out there on the streets because they can't afford to pay their bills. Oh how fucking asshole. This guy is. Well a horrible human being is a look man fuck. Y'all say that type of ship. I don't don't i don't mind kyrie irving or anybody else what they want to do with your money. Don't give a damn whenever you want to do your money your business. You don't tell me how to spend my money. You don't tell me how to manage my money. I will get into your business when it comes to managing your money. He's rich enough to where he can call eight hundred and twenty thousand dollars if he paid any collecting hundred and twenty thousand dollars. It doesn't mean that people won't be starving. It doesn't mean that people won't be homeless. It doesn't mean that people will lose their job. What kyrie irving does what his money. Mitch albom it's none of your goddamn business though. Focused are characterized people when they wanna miss games or they wanna cough that kind of money. People lose millions upon millions of dollars every single day on wills. I can't understand someone who's going to lose three thousand dollars placing bets. I don't understand someone who's gonna spend five thousand dollars a watch i can. I can't i don't understand or get how someone could spend endorsed of money on furniture or on cars or anything else but you know what. That's the god their business. What they fucking do with their money still stay out of their business. I'll say l. a. Your business if you stand on my business with the finances so the fact that they always throw that in there he lose two games worth the salary so the make it seem even make car-o-van irving look like an even worse guy. They're going to print or they're going to tell us how much money it is. None.