35 Burst results for "Mclaughlin"
Glenn Youngkin Explains Why 'Quality Education' Is His Top Issue in Virginia
"Quality education is your number one issue isn't it It is it is It's become it's become so clear that Virginia schools and particularly we've watched loudon county be ground zero where parents by the way park in Virginia parents have a legal right It's in our code They have a right to have a fundamental right to make decisions with regards to their children's education And Terry McLaughlin believe that he wants to put government between parents and their children And we've watched loudon county parents stand up for their kids for the last 20 months to keep our schools open and get them open Please to make sure that they're teaching our children how to think and not want to think that so just be transparent or materials that are being used and found county school board has time after time after time just not listen to parents and demonstrating clearly that they think government control is better than parental control And parents across Virginia are standing up and saying not here anymore we're in charge of our children's
In Stefanski's return, Browns defense dominates Vikings 14-7
"The Browns defense led a fourteen seven win over the Vikings leaving Cleveland with the three and one record Minnesota didn't score after Kirk cousins hit Justin Jefferson for a touchdown pass to cap a commanding opening drive cousins threw his first interception of the season is Grady Williams picked him off Nick Chubb had twenty one carries for one hundred yards and Kareem hunt ran fourteen times for sixty nine yards and a touchdown chase McLaughlin made two key field goals to help offset a rocky game for Baker Mayfield who was fifteen of thirty three for one hundred fifty five yards I'm Dave Ferrie
"mclaughlin" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"Talking with navy veteran mark mclaughlin Is business partner artois arch. Watkins is not with us but the boats have had to be six be. Nfo's and we're talking about old spirits so mark before the break phenomenal story. You're able to intern Under these under these under the the remaining partner of golden spirits is what they had called their Distillery finished it all up and you're able to pack it up and move it back home to move back home to baltimore right but the baltimore So what happened after that. Now you guys are definitely on your own. You've taken all the way across the country in here. You go good luck. Yeah yeah. Let me Yeah this is where the story takes a turn in now. The sars right after you know with the training wheels. The training wheels are off once once. Bob shook our hands. You know god bless and we rolled out of his driveway and that was twenty fifty When we last bob in new back back here.
"mclaughlin" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"Veteran mark mclaughlin in arch ins both. Ea six nfo's Now from what. I understand mark normally archer doing these interviews together but archer neighbor to make it today. So it's all you on the spot and Do wanna give you congratulations for being episode number. Four hundred phenomenal journey. Overlake seven plus years. So congratulations you're number four hundred. I wish i had a price for you. But i wasn't really thinking ahead so later so anyways you you had a great career in the navy Did some phenomenal things. When you got out had a lot of really great jobs Eventually gave it all up. Gave it all up for entrepreneurship so Take us before we get to talk about that you spec and tell us about your time in the navy. Yeah thanks joe. Thanks for having me on on. Sorry arch apologizes for not being able to be here but we really appreciate this and You know an honor to be number four hundred so yet the navy so tier to your opening Those arc tonight were eighty nameplate officers sliding ea six p. prowlers for those listeners. Who are familiar. Have a blunt nose carrier based jet navient record used to fly in focusing on electronic tax. That was wonderful experience Honestly it's professionally hands down The best thing. I had ever done revenues being in the military and it's really forged. Who are tonight ours. People in in many ways from one. Until i left active duty. Twenty ten Atrophy by aviation. Admit which you're familiar with updating quite a long time from from your line and then you went from there And essentially where where. I was at the point twenty. Tim was that. I loved the military. I absolutely loved flying. I love the people that works with Filling but i wasn't quite sure that it was what i wanted to do forever the way i viewed as myself at least was that i was my early thirties The iron was hot to take that military experience in and transition it into a civilian direction In my mind. If i stayed in for twenty or twenty five or thirty the opportunities would just change right. The opportunities the longest day in i think are much more defence industry which is wonderful. If that's what you wanna do But the opportunity to redefine yourself. I think kimmel harder. The longer i stayed in so that was kind of the reason..
Williams, No. 1 Alabama sprint by Southern Miss, 63-14
"James and Williams opened the game with a one hundred yard kickoff return then added an eighty one yard touchdown catch and another eighty two yard run back in number one Alabama sixty three fourteen pounding of southern miss Bryce young was nearly flawless in throwing for five touchdowns completing twenty of twenty two passes for three hundred thirteen yards right now Williams ran for one hundred ten yards and chase McLaughlin added ninety seven tank he's passed for one hundred thirty one yards and two touchdowns with an interception for the golden eagles and the ferry
"mclaughlin" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"On the whole well run in spite of all that there also been a little bit of luck like things sort of break their way and i told matt i said he goes will martin. If you're well run organization that will happen. I know but i do believe. There's a little bit of cardinal devil dust or whatever the hell they call it well you create your own luck right. It's the cliche that you hear about. And i can go on fan graphs you can go on it. We can go on all these different websites that tell you that j hap is not a good pitcher and john lester before he got here was not good. And why do you sign. Tj mcfarland and wade blank leblanc and luis garcia but inside those office walls. There is their own system of looking at players and how they evaluate and saying well if we get this guy. And i think this is. What's happening right now at the club. And he throws strikes. We have a really good defense. So maybe some of these outs or base hits that we can turn into outs benefit us if we bring them into what we and we also see. Maybe we could change him. Things guy works with yati. Maybe working with mike. Matic's maybe gets with adam wainwright see something that is part of what mad holidays talking about in terms of it's a well run organization work. Pick up little things that may be on the outside. You're saying are you kidding. Me with jay happen. John lester but inside those walls they say maybe we catch lightning in a bottle with these guys because we see some things that might fit into our club. I do think that that's happened. And also think you got to have a little devil magic. And they've had there is something to it just over the years you know like that nationals game where they come back sheringham five. It was just weird stuff happens but as it pertains to this year the moves have worked out because these guys are throwing strikes primarily and they used the defense and the defense might be the best in baseball and we're also seeing that it's a pretty athletic club. They run the basis. Well always have so with the speed of o.'neil baiter edmund. Sosa some of the others. Now you're seeing the athleticism on display. The defense is going to work and that's one of the reasons that they're winning. It is amazing. If i'd said two months ago well if we could just get john lester. J hat and luis garcia and tj mcfarland. We'll be fine and wade block. Yeah it'd be like what are you an idiot and right. now you're like me more garcia. Gimme more mcfarland. And that's dad's part of that devil magic like sit on tv. Give them more reasons to hate you. You know it's so much fun is mad as you've been at. This team has many times if people wanted. Mike shield fired on twitter wherever they go on social media right now. You're kind of forgetting all that and enjoying the game. Now that said.
"mclaughlin" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Well this is a very special edition of the kilcoyne conversation. It's with the boss. The behind the curtain. At scoops. With danny mac dot com. It is the one the only dan mclaughlin. We were doing this for a minute. It's like everything we try stuff and we just stop a pandemic opinion. That's right is that what it was. Yeah okay get that. That can cut into some things. So you're like a contract. You just blame the pandemic for everything absolutely was a pandemic podcast on what happened You know the pandemic. Hey honey i was gonna yard cleaned up You know the pandemic did looked a little dent into the sports world into scoops. Were always here. We are well. I thought it'd be fun. And i'm rarely serious but i am serious about this. This cardinal stretch has been fun. And you're a big part of it with people watching the games and last monday. You have the tyler. Neal home run and it did feel pendleton. Ask kind of a late season. Mets game for the cardinals. And then it's like every night while can they do it again. Well can they keep it going. Well the padres are here. Can they keep it going. And it's what i think is fair. Is adam wainwright said on saturday night. After the game he said. Hey y'all we weren't playing very well. It was kind of wretched at ta like that is fair like it's okay to say. I criticize team. Or i was down on them or i didn't. They had enough forces and still tough. Road did not only get in but to advance. I think all of that is fair. But what is the question. The question is dan is your job. More fun right now than it was a month ago. Of course it's been Better it's always better when they win because we have passionate fans and smart fans and fans that i think through this year. I've said this this year with the walk-offs against them and the manner in which some of these games have taken place in my twenty three twenty four years of whatever doing this this has been the toughest year the vogel back..
Boston-Area Catholic Priest Found Guilty of Child Abuse, Banned From Priesthood
"Now. News of the godly catholic priest who formerly led parishes in the boston area has been barred from public ministry. After an ecclesiastical panel found him guilty of sexually abusing a minor in the nineteen sixties. According to the archdiocese of boston it confirmed the resolution of the case involving reverend paul mclaughlin. It said mclaughlin. Ninety one had been found guilty of child abuse and his sentence has been affirmed by the vatican his sentence. Four years in no live a life of prayer and penance. Ouch that smarts. In the light of that sentence the archdiocese said mclaughlin who currently lives in california. Well let's get the lapd check is a social media. No he's barred from exercising any public ministry including celebrating masses edition. He may not provide spiritual direction may not wear clerical attire and cannot function as a cleric quote he is to live in contemplation of his sins and pray for all of those affected by his conduct said the archdiocese the globe. The boston globe reported in february two thousand three that three men. The prior year had come forward to accuse mclaughlin of abusing them in the nineteen sixties in september two thousand and one is placed on administrative leave following an allegation of use abuse reported to have occurred in late nineteen sixties with a minor. One man said mcglaughlin. I'm not gonna read that one. You can imagine it. When he was eleven or twelve years old he was also accused in a separate lawsuit of abusing a boy at least ten times from nineteen sixty seven to nineteen sixty nine. The boy was a ten.
Olympic Stories More Lovely Than Silver and Costly Than Gold
"The olympics ended. Sunday night though. Many of us hardly noticed they were on hard to cheer for athletes representing our country. Who don't seem to actually like our country that plus the insufferable push to sexualize. These games have just turned many of us off. Well that's a shame because there really were a number of inspiring athletes. That were competing in tokyo. This year their performances in their stories are worth knowing and were celebrating like sydney mclaughlin after winning the gold in the four hundred meter hurdles last week. She said this what i have in christ is far greater than what i have or don't have in life. And she went on to say. I pray that my journey may be a clear depiction of submission and obedience to god. Another female runner who shocked the world was only a teenager. Adding mu won an olympic gold in the eight hundred meters as a nineteen year old. She's the first. Us woman to win the event since nineteen sixty eight and in an interview said this as a follower of christ our main goal is to live in the image of jesus in order to connect to god and then there's wrestler tamra a stock the first african american woman to win gold for the us in wrestling. Her interview after the olympics will bring a smile to the face of any american and her testimony of god's faithfulness just put it all in perspective back before the olympic. She told faith wire this. It's by the grace of god. I'm even able to move my feet. So i just leave it in his hands and i pray that all the practice my coaches put me through pays off and every single time it does mensa stock also noted that her dad well he would have been the loudest one in the room but tragically. He died in a car crash. After one of tamara's wrestling meets back in high school and he also likely would have approved of the way. His daughter responded after she won. Gold she said in an interview. That's now gone viral quote. I love representing the us. I love living here. i love it. And i'm so happy. I get to represent the usa another olympian who set a record despite incredible challenges. Four hundred meter sprinter allyson felix in tokyo. She earned the distinction of becoming the most decorated. us track star in history within medals over five olympics. however she almost didn't live to see this one she'd already won six gold medals three silvers before becoming pregnant back in two thousand eighteen faced with a choice between her career and her child. Allison chose the child and she endured a challenging pregnancy. That nearly took her life and the life of her unborn baby.
"mclaughlin" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich
"A podcasts hotdogs. A sandwich the show we break down. The world's biggest food debates. I'm your host josh air. And i'm your host nicole handy's awda today's special guests and perhaps the keeper of the smoking gun for this mystery actually has a whole smoker in his backyard. It's fellow mcmahon. Rhett read mc lag. Maclagan red maclagan phoolan welcome. Hey you know what you nailed it. I thought so. People say mclaughlin. Mclaughlin as i've heard you pronounce and i was like i don't think that's right. It's mcglaughlin area. What do you call it. Maclagan smoke brands. That i really enjoyed your henderson. Telemarketers like to call me. is josh shredder. Which is way cooler than share. And i think i should keep that. Yeah yeah speaking of shredder. Sometimes they shred of like pork. No god what a terrible on. Trying to work on my segues. Anyway today we are talking about regional barbecue styles. What the best one is right. You obviously grew up in north carolina. Nicole you grew up in what can only be described as the opposite of north carolina. In beverly hills. I'm curious read. We'll we'll start with you. What do you think the best regional barbecue style. We're just gonna stars go small talk small talk. You wanna get another way. i just. This is This is really personal. Knew me because my answer is probably a little unexpected. Not sacrilegious given that. I'm from north carolina and i'm kinda from eastern north carolina at least in terms of the barbecue. That's the way it was served. It was more that eastern style basically whole hog chopped pork with vinegar sauce. Vinegar red pepper. That's all that's in the sauce. No catch up. I really like that very nostalgic. It is not my number one regional barbeque. We were joking. This was a gotcha interview. And we have nothing to gotcha about. This is the gotcha. We've got you my favorite of all. The different styles is actually columbia. South carolina style pork with a mustard sauce. Interesting okay so very nice. You're mentioning north. Carolina is like the ultimate in puritan barbecue. Right it is a whole hog. It is smoked over live fire..
Tokyo Olympics 400m Hurdles: Sydney McLaughlin Blazes to Gold and World Record
"Sydney McLaughlin is on top in more ways than one In the women's 400 M hurdles. The current world record holder Sydney McLaughlin breaks her own world record. She gets the gold McGlaughlin crushed her own world record by a half second, his teammate and reigning Olympic champ Dalila Mohammad gets a silver. This time tomorrow, Minsa
USA's Sydney McLaughlin Sets World Record; Dalilah Muhammad Wins Silver in 400 Hurdles
"Twenty one year old Sydney McLaughlin goes one two with teammate ally Muhammad to deliver the United States gold and silver in the women's four hundred meter hurdles McLaughlin ran the four hundred meter hurdles in a world record fifty one point four six seconds it's not one of the hot events that people usually want to watch you know a whole lot but I would definitely made it something very interesting you know every time you step on the track there's seems to be some sort of record broken Mohammed who led for much of the race before McLaughlin pastor late finish just one one hundredth of a second behind the New Jersey native and university of Kentucky Wildcats thank a bowl of the Netherlands earned the bronze running it in a European best fifty two point oh three seconds I'm Danny cap
"mclaughlin" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"Coming out tuesday july twentieth you can pre-order it now. It's called becoming heroines. Unleashing our power for revolution and rebirth. Elizabeth cronies mclaughlin elizabeth before the break. We were talking about sort of building up this thick skin being a public facing figure having your story out there and then of course the inevitable attacks that Because there are people who want keep the patriarchy as a status quo because it works for them and in your book you talk about this sort of over the core over the course of four sections there are these four stages and i wanna talk about those a little bit you you say that these are recognition reconciliation revolution and rebirth. What what kind of put your brain into putting into or categories four stages. Can we start with recognition. Yeah absolutely so. Recognition is really The place that many of us come to you at multiple points in our lives where we realized that things cannot continue as they are and we may not know at that point where they need to go but we know that what we are. Living through has become intolerable One of the turning points. That was a big point of recognition for a lot of women who maybe had not been politically active before. That point was the morning after the election And so that. What i talk about in that section is the fact that once we become aware that things are not as they seemed and that things need to change and we are being called to a part of the journey. That changes that. That's not the end of the story right. We have to actually start doing your own work that will allow us to then be a part of the process of change for ourselves for other people so recognition is really the first part of the book and it's about We have a principal. We talk about it. The guy a project for women's leadership which is that when you change the inner you change the outer and that all of the work that we do in the world is activists and leaders and organizers and thought leaders Podcasters has to start with our own self awareness about what we bring to the table and also about the messaging that we've internalized so a big chunk of that section is about. What have you been taught by the culture about what's possible for you as a woman trans or cysts or a non binary person what what have you. What have you been instructed from birth In terms of what you are allowed to do. And what you are not allowed to do. And what are the ways in which you were talking to yourself about those things that maybe limiting the impact that you can have in the world for the betterment of yourself and other people You know one of the things. That's really key by the way to this. Point in the book is that We've measured excess. Looks like for women by traditional masculine models of success. so it's like money title hierarchy You know all those traditional standards. And i'm really of the view that that script has to be looped that really what success has to look like For all of us is about whether we're using our gifts for the greater good and were making the most impact that we can were living fully into the reason why we're here And so that the first section of the book is really about recognizing not and coming to terms with the ways in which you've been silenced and limited by the culture itself And then i feel like also going on into later stages here that you you sorta address how to overcome a lot of the things that tend to limit us as trauma survivors within our own brains. Pretty much like feeling like a fraud. Feeling like an impostor feeling like. You aren't a thought leader for example can you. Can you talk about like a little bit about how we're in the process overcoming those types of things. I think that's in the early stages. Yeah so the second sexy. It's actually overcoming trauma and work with trauma is the very opening part of the second section. The book which is reconciliation. And so reconciliation. Is really about reconciling with yourself and also with others And i should just mention that you know the way that this format by the way that we're talking through right now came to be. Is that it maps. Onto the four different types of oppression so Systemic oppression institutional oppression interpersonal oppression and then internalized oppression so You flip those in the reverse and you're getting the four stages of how we address those. So reconciliation is really reconciling with our own trauma. Which is really about what the world has done us. And then also with reconciling how we have been used by structures of oppression to perpetrate it so If you think about this for instance in the ways in which we see women become complicit in systemic forms of oppression. Right we see You know women tear down other women. We see women who have broken through the glass ceiling. Make it harder on the women coming up behind them. The men i'm that's all about internalizing the lessons that we've been taught and so part of the work that we all need to do in order to really understand how this can change is to understand the ways in which patriarchy and white supremacy wanna use us right To do the dirty work and so some of that has to do with trauma right. Because for instance if you were hazed coming up through your professional life and your the way that you coped with that was by saying i have to be tough enough to take it and then you succeed the lesson that you taking from that is i have to be i. I'm exceptional first of all because patriarchy wants you to believe that because you met the tiny little window of possibility of what it will grant to women and others And also that therefore anybody who anybody else who can't meet that metric is not as worthy as you are that lesson right there is all about internalized oppression and so oh yeah. We overcome the trauma of our own experiences and recognize really that the things that we have been put through the violence that has been that has been perpetrated on us. And i mean that. Only spiritually and physically is about it's about oppressive structures having field day when we recognize that. It's not about us but it's really about what we're living in then. It becomes easier to offload that trauma and also not allow ourselves to be used in furtherance up because we can say the experience that i lived through for instance in this example of being hazed in mistreated and abused are not things that i have to replicate. I can decide that because it was done to me rather than that making me exceptional. It's a part of how the system works right. And i don't have to do that to other people to allow my like other people to experience through me what i experienced through others. So the whole section reconciliation is really about moving through Hard conversations understanding why intersection alley is so important understanding why are interpersonal relationships. Women have to be about working together and lifting one another up now by the way. There's an exception to this. Which is that like. i'm not talking about about trump. no no no. I'm talking about women who are committed right to ending systemic oppression and talking about women working together rather than buying the line that.
Sydney Mclaughlin Sets New World Record
"Set a world record The 21 year old ran the 400 M hurdles in 51.9 seconds at U. S Olympic trials. She's the first woman to break the 52 2nd barrier. This is CBS
Louisiana Police Deny Black Man Who Died in Custody Was Alone for 48 Minutes
"Officials in Shreveport Louisiana a refuting claims that officers denied medical care to a black man who died in police custody in twenty twenty the family of Tommy McLaughlin junior filed a federal lawsuit in connection with his death they allege he spent forty eight minutes in a patrol car alone without medical attention the cloth and had three encounters with police on April fifth twenty twenty the day he died the lawsuit faults officers for missing signs of a mental condition known as excited delirium syndrome police admit using a taser pepper spray and a baton but they say that they were needed to subdue him lawyers representing the police officer say there's evidence they requested medical assistance and that help arrived within seventeen minutes I'm Jackie Quinn
Israel and Hamas Claim Victory as Fragile Ceasefire Holds
"The media is where we start again. Tonight it is in gaza residents counting their losses and gingerly surveying the destruction as a shaky. Truce goes into a second night. The rockets that crisscrossed the skies and aerial bombardments now silent israel and hamas claiming victory. But at what cost tonight. We have reporting from both sides of the conflict. Here's richard angle. Gaza today is bruised and battered eight thousand homes damaged or destroyed. Hamas did not win this fight militarily claiming victory in the ruins because it kept firing rockets until the very end during the peak of the fighting we found dean abdelatif just ten years old but with a powerful message. They don't deserve today. i met her. What does it been like for you and your little brother throughout all of this. We don't care if they have weapons are anything else we they're scared of us. And we're not scared of them. But in israel today the prime minister also claiming victory warning hamas of a new level of force if it fired i on israel again. Nbc's erin mclaughlin met ron. Whose house was hit by hamas rocket before the cease fire. Do you think the ceasefire is going to hold. Who knows maybe a month maybe two maybe half year maybe a year but some point usually on and on
After Child Dies, US Regulator Warns About Peloton Treadmill
"There's an urgent new warning tonight. About a peleton product. Federal agency says one of the companies treadmills pose a serious risk to children and pets. Mclaughlin has details onto warning. Some of the video is disturbing tonight. A rare and urgent warning from the agency charged with keeping consumers safe. Stop using the peleton tread plus immediately if you could have a pet child or object around this device noting the popular treadmill poses serious risks to children for abrasions. Fractures and death. We hope that we will reach a voluntary recall. Stop sale consumer product safety commission releasing this disturbing video showing two children unsupervised playing on a peleton tread. Plus you see the little boy pulled under the four hundred fifty pound machine. Eventually the child escapes uninjured. We've had thirty nine incidents of objects a pet and worst of all children being sucked underneath the device and we believe that the public health and safety warrants earnings warning out peleton released a statement refuting the warning from the cpsc saying it's troubled by the unilateral press release alleging that it's inaccurate and misleading adding that there is no reason to stop using the tread plus as long as all the warnings and safety instructions are followed noting that children under sixteen should never use the tread plus and members should keep children pets and objects away from the tread plus at all
With every passing day, the harder it'll be to reach vaccination targets
"There's been nearly three hundred thousand. Doses of coronavirus vaccine have been deleted across australia since the rollout began. But we heard from epidemiologist mary. Louise mclaughlin weeks ago that we would have to be vaccinating about one hundred and nine hundred thousand people a day to reach our targets and of course we haven't been vaccinating that many people a day for weeks now so presumably. We've gotta make up that shortfall and norman. What are these barriers at stopping us from from really ramping up this roll out to the stage that it needs to be at for us to actually make those targets well. One barrier is simple. Logistics is that we don't have the vaccine. We haven't had the vaccine in the country. We didn't get a batch of astro which was blocked by italy coming in it may well be in the future of the twenty million of doses. They may be delayed as well as if they get blocked by europe. Hopefully they won't be and so we've got a supply issue while our local supply comes on stream which is coming onstream now and that's going to be a good thing. But that's a million a week that supposedly coming on we've had more vaccine in the country we should have been able to distribute it more than we have. We haven't been able to do that. And it's been miscommunication which the federal government and general practice generates confused the communities confused and not enough. Vaccines are getting through to general practice. There are multiple issues here and of course the federal government is committed to doing this through general practice which is fine general. John apprentices wanted to do that has been success with the gp respiratory clinics and doing and we can actually see a ramp up there. But you're absolutely right. Teeing is that for every week. That goes by and you miss that target you. Just add on that target to the next week. And then you missed that target you add onto the next week. So you cumulatively are talking about much more than one hundred nine hundred thousand a day because you've got to catch up now what's going to have to happen down. The track is only going to be a limit to how much general practice can do. And we're going to have to include the state's not in the states to take over but the states can tool up. Imagine pretty quickly to provide services for large numbers of people in convention centers in football stadiums and other places independent hospitals people can get on with the regular job here and that would be for all comers. Once people immunize our high risk healthcare workers people in age care cetera. Then you could just say to people forget all this business turn up a local convention center will tell you what the waiting time is and just get it done. You don't have to make an appointment. Just turn up and anybody turn up. Who wants suits and you deliver it that way. In addition to general practice not instead of in addition. That's sort of uplift you're going to have to need and the you're going to need and the komo government will inevitably move in that direction. The only way they're going to achieve the target
NCAA Tournament West Preview
"It's ncaa tournament time we had championship. Week was absolutely spectacular. You had a championship game. That wasn't so spectacular in america conference by the big twelve was tremendous big. Ted was tremendous. Because you know what those two leagues are tremendous all season. Long games aren't games. they're events the acc was anti climactic but great for josh passenger and the greatest shield in the history of life. The big east to me was phenomenal. I mean patrick ewing. Not only does he no longer needed credential again but he got into madison square garden and walked away with four games in four days and his team played like an old vintage georgetown team. Pac twelve stolen a bid which was really cool. Wayne tinkle's got it was who was on the hot seat. It was so cool is good coach. A good person attack boil. Who's another great guy still going tournament. So i thought championship week was absolutely spectacular. Your take oh. I thought it was great. I look. I'm gonna tell you houston's legit at chance due to their games including the championship game in the ac. That is a legitimate. I was happy that drake dot in. I was happy that twenty five and four guy in. I thought that was terrific. I love the fact that the drew brothers are in the tournament. The demolishing of creighton shocked the living in. Hell on me. And says i'm telling you i like when you lose guys mclaughlin aquino record and next thing you know man. What are you doing better. The next year matt pain and getting himself in the top four seeds after losing two guys eastern and harms but overawe a look championship. Week was the sec. Tournament was off the charts with the championship. Game and college basketball delivers it delivers every damn nights. Let's go to the west ready. Let's do it all right now. Let's do this number one seat. I was thinking what games in the upper half of the west. Are you looking forward to see. I wanna see what. Oklahoma can do eight nine game now. Maybe it doesn't matter because you're gonna play gonzaga. But i think this i think if you're gonna play along krueger team whether you're konso martyn missouri. Who has struggled or whether you're gonzaga. You know you're going to play a very very good basketball team. And i had them earlier in the year they can shoot it. They defend it. They play hard. I don't think they're overly talented and the kid to get something done but lon kruger is so good at dictating pace. That if i'm sitting here with gonzaga i wanna lesser coach in my second round game assuming that they win. What do you got. Well you know i actually. I think missouri can win that game. A jeremiah tells me he's going to have to go out guard on out on a primitive 'cause they're playing brady at the five and they've run them all over the place on the other side though rate mattis gutter guard that dude on the block to is become a good player control martin's team when they're older and more mature and her physical they are talking tournament. Think about what he did tennessee. So you know this is going to be really good game because you've got a tough physical team in missouri. You've got a team that attacks match ups plays almost four guards in oklahoma. I'm actually leaning towards missouri in this match up. Well you're going to be wrong and that's okay you can be. It's okay. I can be wrong. It will be the first time won't be the last time and you know that's right. I don't have either. We'll on from barry. I but i touched on that but also got to say tony bennett said that most of his team is in quarantine south. Now i don't know about you but that preston kid that plays at ohio university. Ooh yeah he can go and all of a sudden. You're talking about a team that wait a second. I know i know. Virginia's good. I know virginia came on. I know they ended up with the one seat in the acc tournament. But seth you're playing against a hot as hell ohio university team. A team led by jeff bowls. Who frankly he's the perga- guide ohio you because he loves ohio you. He played there with the with the shock of the mac. But when you're playing a team in quarantine sat that tells me they're not practicing. That tells me this is gonna be a hats. This'll be a good game regardless.
Facebook moves to dismiss federal, state antitrust suits
"Meantime, Facebook has filed a formal motion to a federal judge to dismiss in antitrust lawsuit. By the FTC, the social network, saying the government is attempting a do over trying to unwind acquisition that got approval years ago. Joining us now for more. Bloomberg's David McLaughlin, who's following the case, David what's Facebook's argument here? Could they actually get this suit thrown out? Well, certainly that's what they're trying to do. So they're trying to knock out of court this very early stage. The case was filed in December. Uhm this is their first formal response to the government. Lawsuit. They make a lot of arguments. But one of the key things that they say is that They said the government's trying to do it do over. They reviewed both of these deals. The Instagram What's up deals? They investigated them years ago, and now they're trying to come back and, um, unwind them. Facebook lists a bunch of services that they compete with Tic Tac Twitter snap linked in saying that the government is ignoring the realities of the competition. That they face what happens next. Now that Facebook has made this move. Right. So the FTC the state to that, dude, what will respond to this and then ultimately will be. We'll go to the judge. There could be, um An argument before the judge. Um and It's certainly possible that it gets dismissed. I think that's probably unlikely, but we'll see. Um and on the on the competitors. I think one of the other key issue here will be well. What is this market? Who are Facebook's real competitors? Is there really a social media market that Just Facebook or their many other players. That's going to be a key issue and in the case Doesn't Facebook have other suits to worry about? Well, the main one really night. Now is this ftp case and the state cases? They're both, um, sort of running in parallel. Um, I think the fact that there are two cases gives the government in other states and the federal government to attempts at undoing these
"mclaughlin" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!
"Their rosters back. You know so and only recently. Did i get signed by a model and commercial ages. But i'm still working on the actual ages just like hundreds and hundreds of other actors. And i hope that you're gonna win the lottery that you were talking about either one right here. The money one is good. Dear john not love my wife for supporting me for thirty plus years in you know it takes a special someone to stand behind ges with you side by side and and support you through passion like that without support from either a loved one or friend or community of people it really really really makes it that much more difficult to achieve certain goals as an actor so always keep it a nice type support group. I e you could be like the actors psychologists future. There's a role for you. Tim like a freudian nugget. Freudian it could do that or or the in guru i love for you to do five. Cast chair so you can be think. It's okay. his name is tim. Mclaughlin keep an eye open for him. You know when we see some stuff coming out. We'll give me a yell. And i'll throw it on my social media and we will spread the word to the rebels of the pollution. Tim thank you so much for coming by having beyond he can. You can find me. And i m d be Just i to me back. Backslash timothy mclaughlin. There's a couple of other links there on that. I am v page. I could take you to some of my. Social media sites are instagram. At the max Those are those are the main areas you can find me. Thanks for having me on really chretien thing. That's collision dot com and thank you so much to tim. Mclaughlin for coming by the shepherd screening room. Keep an eye out for his upcoming projects and he'll be the guy with the really cool beard. Thanks a lot. Tim for coming down. Really appreciate it you know. I just wanted to take a couple of minutes here to let all of you know about the brand new well. it's a little bit older sits. This has been recorded but the brand new shirt pollution dot com. 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"mclaughlin" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"See I don't have pets. Okay okay I do have to ask you Based on some of your answers. I I i get the feeling you or a blue ball in a very red state bear man. Yeah oh in fact. My congressman is mo brooks and. i don't know what you've seen. Oh my goodness yeah. Oh yeah and he. He made the news lately because he said that he's going to be one who's going to question the count. Which s and i'm going holy cow. Well you know here in texas right. I was just telling my wife and Apologize listeners will get politics in a minute right. But i i wrote both to ted cruz and john corwin. The hypocrisy of you guys didn't feel merrick. Garland didn't even get a hearing. Yeah and then you decide you know amy barrett cohen. Whether you agree with it or not. I mean the idea. The let's be consistent right now. Boise and both of them answered the emails with all her qualifications. You know and just we were proud to vote for it. And i was just like at least own. At least say yeah. I could see why you're frustrated that you know you weren't questioning. Her qualifications are questioning the timing. I mean look what's good for the goose should be good for the gander. Absolutely yes My wife says this all the time we live here in texas we we are. You know Just weird like she's like dylan. Austin austin is a blueberry and strawberry. Yeah yeah yeah. And so i just. I had to think that that's gotta be interesting. This has been great before you go We to ask you the questions. So j armstrong is an honors english teacher in the philadelphia area and every year He takes his seniors and they spend two days stuttering thunder road going through the lyrics talking about the imagery A talk about the themes of the song They compared to rover frost. The road not taken among other things and then at the end of the two days jay looks at his class and says does mary get in the car so think. I've seen a t shirt with that on there. Yes there is so wide. That is your question. Does mary get in the car. Is mary getting car. I i think she does i think she does. It's a Because that just would enhance her. Ride and and And it would answer her questions about the driver of the car. And i think it's obvious that there is some some chemistry between the between the hero and mary. I think she does particularly since i'm just stretching. I'm saying it's a convertible so she doesn't have to worry about being it being in a car not not being able to get out if the hero turned out to be really weird. Oh i like that angle. i liked. That ain't a lot that's good good. Well thank you sir. This is perfect If someone wants to reach you How can they my emails. I can give that It's a bud mclaughlin. Seven byu dmc l a u g. H l i n seven at g mail dot com and i've got a twitter. Twitter account is bud thirty three b u d three three and facebook which is what we have someone on facebook to that. Sounds great and What are you working on. You're talking about your writing. So i am editing a couple stories for for the next day to huntsville business journal We've got a. We've got a wall burgers opening up here Which is The hamburger joint by donnie mark and her brother phil huntsville's a suppose getting getting really really big Got a couple of developments going. So that's that's basically what i'm doing now. No i'll do the occasional blog for the for the city they have would scott city block very fitting guy guy. I've done some pieces for that and that's about it outside of reading and and seeing what's going on you're like you said. Msnbc and walks. Yes it does. Rachel does rock we. Yes we do we Join the coal at her. Were just the three of them. Were just amazing. Just watching that and so yes. It's very very fun. So that's great thank you bye. This is amazing. I appreciate your time sharing your stories. I I can only imagine young bud autographs and the center man. Yeah it has. Yeah I i look back. I can't believe i you know at at the way to do that. I mean it's just crazy. What i could see you doing that until it started getting that like. Okay look i you know. Hey i've gotta stop right like You know there's probably someone like. Oh yeah. I met bruce. He was at the student union. And i know you. Yeah but you had nothing but love in your heart forward and the local crank campus. Paper did a story. The headline was fake singer. Fool students very very alliterative in may and all but it was the it was it was it was just freak out you maybe get a couple of people went to the show because because of their assize. I think what's what's what we need now is Some way to get to bruce's people go. Okay back in the seventies. You offered me a chance to ride around. Though can i can i can i. I got a rain check. I use this now. That sounds great. All right thank you so much sir. Listeners you please stay safe. Remember to social distance. Remember to wash your hands. 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"mclaughlin" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"It shows did it at the carousel. Yes years ago. And that that that that moved to the top of my springsteen christmas song all i had a merry christmas baby just the way he did it and the way they they were all just watching them a good old time Going it. yeah and you know. Ken rose and talk about that on his His blog right. That there's actually the official last time. Clarence played with the band and look. That's what got me to watch too. Because yeah i saw the first show without clearance that was in atlanta. Okay that was really really surreal They had a spotlight on stool where he would be sitting while and was on the sax holder and they also had a spotlight at danny's keyboard if people were going. Okay how are they gonna react. They blew that how they you know. Not the house down. They really did a great job and he he did not shy about bringing jake out that take take ends like he. I guess he had to let jake know. Okay you're you're one of us you've got it. Yeah and i do think it. I think You know the originally right. The wrecking ball tour. You had the horn section and then during the river. They were able to jake. And i thought that was a neat moment to in the documentary. Right where he says. you know. Jay clemens initial recording session with eastern band. And you've got to think that's right. He is right. Yeah toward but they have not recorded. Zero had to take a policy. Oh yeah that's that's was a good that i know there's some folks saying well. Why isn't owner more well. There are several hours. At clarence doesn't have a whole lot of arts and so so there there's going on and on over the leaving them behind. Yeah just chill. I was i was Let's good so k. But what have. I not asked you that. I should've Let's.
"mclaughlin" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"And two remember it was a wanna rotate. But it was. It was that tour and Oh i can't remember. Marianne who's who's the singer. You're you're ready to emmylou harris up on the stage all very nice. I just talking to my wife. She's my producer. Yes i understand. I will tell you. The first time. I saw him was in two thousand two in dallas and Don henley joined them onstage. Wow because don henley lived in dallas. At the time i end they did. I fought the law right. Oh man and so in during the During the wrecking ball and kind of with the high hopes tour right. They they were in nashville. And i just knew someone was going to join him. Onstage right. yeah yeah no one did. And i can't say it was disappointed but that would have been very cool for im- lou. Harris adjoin emergency. That that's neat. It was it was. It was pretty cool. Yeah and that's the I mean i've never been in the pit always always had a A special tour we had was in sixteen. When did the river tour. Yeah i took my. She's my wife now. We we married later year. That was her first time. Seeing seeing springsteen she was she was a fan. And a funny thing about that just a row behind us was my daughter-in-law my oldest son in her mom all night. And so that was yeah. We had no idea they were. They were the air and so that that was a net. Kinda shows how he he affects. Just generational I went to a show in nashville and my son and his life the same daughter-in-law i saw again. They're like two sections over. And i had no idea. Oh that's great you're going to be there. That's a good yeah So do you have favorite albums. You've already talked about how much you love letter to you. Do you have favorite albums or songs that have meant something significant to you and your life Yeah like a grown up on my hometown. I when in the library of war Just the sheer emotion in in that song. And then when he'll when he has the lead up you know blind blind faith Can get you killed and again going back to the sixties and seventies and a an album. Wise it just just born to run it it just. It just struck a chord from from beginning to end And i i think that'd be that'd be the one out album wise it just Just resonate intact trying to figure out which which songs were were to play funeral. Yeah we are reaching that point. Yes yes you know you. You mentioned something earlier about how nine eleven may have revitalize your re-energize. I also think one of the things is taking that break and then doing the rising tour. I think a lot of baggage from the past of the band was gone. Yes so now then they when they get together. There is just this joy of playing other. I don't know about you. But but when i was at one i ended up getting go to four of the river. The fall river shows in two thousand night's game. And you know you watch the play and there is a joy and you and it was this. They realize the road in front of them is shorter than the road behind them. Yeah they were having fun against. Yeah and just enjoying this saying yeah You know. And i think like marine said. I don't know if this is a there is no plans for this to be. The last album at eastern ban does letter to you but there is a a sense of hopefulness but also a sense of reviewing and seeing the pets embracing that. Pass them this. Exactly yeah at that net is that is a good way to look at it because he had the retrospective but then like you said road Road ahead is shorter than the road road behind absolutely so but if we get a chance and we will one day get another tour are their songs that you have inferred him do live. That you are on your wishlist. One of the ones. That i finally got the air was santa is coming into because it was just the timing of the show and that came in nashville national show. I think i've only heard a knock was goes to that in virginia I haven't heard katy back okay. And that's that's one of those fund songs to you're hearing the libraries lately and a seat and i can. I can see them just having a a good old time with it. finally heard rosalita Just a couple of times in the show. Because i know he stopped playing playing that song. Anna gaffe that was that was one of my favorites backed up. I did that in a lip sync contest with a friend of mine. Who who did the sax park. Fine fine it. We added a fund. Many many toward doing doing lip sync back. Eighty five eighty six nice in that kind has a special thing but yeah i think he's back in and and i don't know if if i've heard grownup in concert i probably have i think it now it would mean a whole lot more than it did several years several years ago. Yeah i can see that. Too ghetto i. I really am curious like you know. They've announced that they're going to do as a recording. This it's the first part of december This'll probably come out Towards the end of the year or maybe in january. I'm trying to book some shows at advanced but they're talking about you know they're playing live and there's the speculation of what are they gonna play. You know and and i. I'm excited because you know when they did the river box said you know they. They played and they did meet me in the city and they closed with santa claus is coming down. So i'm really curious what they're gonna do the You don't have to assume they would do something christmasy at least one one of the songs. That didn't the one. I just saw that. Somebody had just put out that That he did a blue christmas. Yes man i was. Just you know i..
"mclaughlin" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I first concert was in seventy six when he came to auburn. Yeah and at Up i had to actually meet him into ban to through little hoax. I pulled on campus at this point. We had a slight technical glitch but neither lost our connection. So we reconnected and we take our conversation from where we were All right so you're telling me that while you're in college. Bruce comes to auburn. Yeah and you had a chance to interact with him. The band please story yeah. We'll let what had happened Back back then. I was just a twenty one years old with a beer in longest curly hair and that was his era. Yes so and and a couple of my fraternity brothers said you know. I'd you know. I was just telling them about the music and playing playing the songs for them and they they said some resemblance and so we got some wild hair and One of my progressing brothers was abandoned. A battle the bands and he made an announcement. So we said okay. Let's let's try something. So he made announcement that springsteen was gonna come to to campus before the show. Walk around. just take a look at. The venue wasn't going to be him. It was going to be made all fun and Had a couple of my fraternity brothers as my quote escorts. So i had my. I had to floppy hat and and and everything and and beard earring you know and again. We're sick the same same size walk around. Campus went to the main building on campus. Main players from building signed a couple autographs Got interviewed on the campus radio station. No way it got out of hand. How and and so then Then when showtime came my date night we went to went to arena. And i had leather jeans the floppy hat again and and we went walking around because i was looking forward. The guy the student government who organized the show to see. If hey is there you know you can have that. I can meet bruce gaffe and those looking around people. Nobody sold his name was skip. Nobody saw skip though. I took my date night. We went around to win around back at arena. And there's a bunch of guys In behind their Saul baseball around. And i just hear. Hey bruce bruce look at this. And i just froze Anna i went walking over and it was the band and they were all just started laughing. And and then he comes sauntering up and i mean i. I won't forget this. He's wearing yellow bad news. Bears t shirt and green. Army fatigues right. And so you know. We're we're ida. I'm hi how you doing. He said why are you doing in his way. Then i asked him. Did you hear you know what i had done. He said yeah it's cool. It's cool and then then. I hear a even go look even the noses had the same that same and we both looked at him and so that was that was but he invited us backstage. After after the show at an enduring show he went into the crowd. And i was sitting by the sound guy and a sound guy was waving to him so he was he was going to come up to see but he never he didn't get up there and and So then after the show went and talked with them in adam sign. I had the time and newsweek magazines and he signed in. Clarence sign both of ohio pool and let things Clarence clarence asked. If i wanted you join him outside for a little little smoke so to speak. Yeah and i said oh no thank you said. While like bruce and then but the highlight or maybe thing that semi regret Asked me. I wanted to go with them to join them on the next leg. They were going to new orleans. And i said now i've got class and to this day i'm going i. I'm not an ace to the opportunity of a lifetime to go on tour bus with them but but yeah that was a great man little minute with him but did did anyone have a camera to take a picture There was somebody. They're taking a picture but this was a Near back in seventy six seattle so anybody who had One of my fraternity brothers took pictures. Nobody did of us meeting. It would cause it was just eight night there. Yeah and you don't back then right. There's no camera phones. There's off it. Just yeah it just an end in a way. That's kind of makes it more special than in your memory alone. Yeah and so it is so that was that was it was it was in Further strengthen my you know. Mike following or Girth can imagine did have have you ever met him again. No no never never have been you know been shows The closest i've got was when On the tunnel of love tour In atlanta i covered it for for my local paper. And so i was. I did photos and right up and so we were allowed at the foot of the stage for three songs. Take pictures then. Then we had to leave and and go to our seats so that was the clothes that i got. I got a couple couple. Good shots of him. him and But that was that was that was about it. Maybe one another time in in virginia of had my youngest son my oldest son now he was my only son then and the band was playing at the Scope arena in norfolk they. came in a van gogh into the back way and and my son and i were there just waved and you know it was hard to see because attended class windows. Yeah yeah those were the only yes the only to close closer russia's so to speak with with main well you know it's kinda hard to beat though your your initial meeting and have a chance to talk to him and I do think right that This older bud wants to go back in time. Tell young but look you can s three or four days of class. It's okay don't blow it yes. I'm sure your mom and dad for very proud of you to be a conscientious of students. Yeah that's the word. Yeah yeah that's great any other special moments during shows that you've attended or stories it sounds like you've gone with your son and my oldest son when in fact He went to the show in norfolk My of my middle son. And i went to show in.
"mclaughlin" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Get to alabama I was went to auburn university. And what it was. I during my high school years at work at a supermarket called. Act me Which was the big chain in. South jersey and philadelphia area and also worked for my junior senior years in high school at a pharmacy. A local pharmacy was struck. By how how profession was the owner was a friend of my mom's Well maybe i'll go major neighbor major pharmacy. I had already been accepted to college in western pennsylvania for political science Looking at pre law. Just your typical junior senior. High school didn't know where i wanted to go so i just applied for pharmacy went to the guidance office in my high school in alphabetical order. Look for colleges at our that pharmacy in auburn university was a and i said okay. That's neat i. We've been to the south to me when we had family vacations. We myrtle beach south carolina. So that to me was my southern experience. And i applied and got accepted in ended up going to auburn university in but by march of my freshman year. I changed curriculum chemistry. And i didn't get along. I can imagine yes that would be. I was thinking that sounds like hard. Major that's funny. Because i almost asked you at the beginning like okay Alabama or auburn. So yes you know. It's funny because i grew up My dad was in the army moved around a lot but by the time we settled It was in louisiana. Mike mike or dairy farm and You know it's strange because like everyone's in lsu fan there You know doesn't even exist. Yes my my favorite joke is half of the lsu fans didn't graduate from high school in less from lsu. Decide what we call. A lot of alabama fans are same way. They didn't go to bama the they've never been to tuscaloosa there. We call it in the sidewalk fans. And when nick sabin leaves It's gonna be interesting. How many of them still have those flags flying from their cars. Yeah it's it's a very interesting It was interesting in and i promise listeners. We'll get back to bruce You know when. I moved up here from my wife and i got married in eighty four and eighty six. We moved to dallas. And i had never really experienced the passion of college football. Because you know there's an and there's ut and there's baylor there's smu and there's you know texas and it's just all this you know you know factions and in This fandom it's funny right like you'll hear someone call sports station ranting in. Okay hold up before you say anything else you know. What your allegiance. Well yeah. I went to am okay. You know like okay. We gotta do where you're coming from it. So that's interesting but yeah. That was an eye opening. When i went to auburn because in jersey pro sports get dominant. I my high school in the conference we were in. We played football games on saturday afternoons. And they're not do that in texas or alabama. Were down here. that's that's that that's Not not not right exactly absolutely well so you're growing up in jersey But early So when did you discover bruce. And how did you. it was It was after my freshman year My best friend in high school went to the university of delaware which is like ten minutes where my hometown in newark newark newark delaware. And he told me ab- about a springsteen is is learning about him there and so we've been seventy four august august or september seventy four. I was still home for the summer from from auburn and a a bar made out of a church in newark stone balloon. Anna reuss was was there yet was having a show bear. John john said. Hey let's let's go to. Here's a guy want to show you in and so we went there and and you know it was. It was struck right away. It was just years amazing. The out just a few tunes and all of a sudden gone forget sabbath. Forget forget zeppelin. Yeah i i know where i know where my music's going now can. I always ask this question. And it's you know it's sometimes it's difficult to say but can you say what about his music spoke to you. I think one of the things that spoke to me was his easy was a any five nine five ten guy just like just like me and and so i could really. He was the first person famous person said he went famous yet. Of course but who. I i could relate to and then a couple of his songs They were they were definitely about to shore. Because we would go to the show where we'd hang out in a place called wildwood and which was just about an hour south of asbury on on the jersey shore and those those things. Were you know what he was talking about. And they they they related just as well and it was just. There's just something about. I don't know magical word out. There was there was a commonality in there. So but you jumped on the bruce train pretty early then. Yeah right so Have you have you. Has he been consistent. Your phantom oh we and especially especially with letter to you Yeah i i will up When i hear someone 'cause i can. I can relate a ghost power prayer letter to you. Last man standing out cook last man standing kinda relates. Because my friend. Jonathan passed several years ago. Though and of course ghosts. i'm sixty. I will be sixty six in a couple of months ghetto. i'm. I'm seeing seeing that as it goes along. So he and then when he his other earlier before you know when he talked about his hometown and then then growing up. And that's all it. All str- struck a chord then on in usa I had a draft number. But i was fortunate that i didn't get caught. It was it was zero zero three in time. They were looking at taking firsthand john. So you know that that that really struck a chord with me even though it was fifteen ten fifteen years after the draft. It's still it's still resonated. Did so i always. This wasn't on the agenda but can you. I'm always fascinated by people that were there kind of at the beginning of the journey. And like how did you feel during the dark periods. Right like he fires the band. He moves the los angeles and all of a sudden. There's no new albums. he's not. Really touring mean. What.
Tropical Storm Zeta likely to strengthen as it heads towards Gulf Coast
"Part of Florida prepares for a possible tropical storm again. Tropical storms data in the Caribbean Sea heads north with the Panhandle in its forecast Cone. We're now tied for 2005 for the most active hurricane season ever. 27 named storms, NBC. Miami meteorologist Steve McLaughlin says Louisiana looks most like that. Get landfall by midweek.
"mclaughlin" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Good morning America, this is the Cat5 cable. Try and catch him. He's here Sunday morning. Where is this morning's a good friend John McLaughlin posted to the president friend to the president and he took that makes very last Thursday night. Good morning John. How are you? I'm doing well. I tested negative. So I'm good. God bless America my God right off. They have to come up with a test. But for everybody that's within 15 minutes or something because I don't want to let anybody in our office unless I test them and well there's solution has to be done and that could be a partial solution. And and by the way, what we've got to do is think positive and test negative and the good part is full of tests that people have taken now because before you get to see the president, you know, you have to get tested and you would then, you know, you have to wait like 45 minutes, but that's pretty quick turn off. That if you're negative, they let's just say em, and and the Secret Service doesn't let you within six feet of them anyway, so yeah. Yeah, but hopefully the president and the first lady said well and everybody else they know a lot more now than they did six months ago and you know there was able to get you got treatments and you have hopefully the love of vaccination so there's a lot of progress being made against this disease, which is good. I understand my friend Rudy Giuliani was very close to him last week. I think he's taking like three different kinds of tests as a test. There's a fifteen-minute test as a 24-hour test. I mean just and I guess people want to feel good and be making all those tests right and and you know, like the key thing right now is before this should happen with the president the actual perceptions of the viruses that it's subsiding and getting off. For most people they not seen the outbreaks that they they've seen before and they are wearing masks to their social distancing to be cautious. But the economy was reopening reopening so so like we did a national poll right before the debate thousand likely voters. And when you asked about is the country and recession or is it not it was two to one. It was life back in back in the June. It was like two two thirds of the voters were saying that it was worse than it was in the recession. And and now it's like you've got people 39% saying not a profession 55 recession that sound from speaker 65 in June and is the economy getting better or worse back in April. They said 65% worse only twenty-nine better. Now, it was 439 worse 45 better. It's almost half the voters saying the economy is getting better. So it's really bouncing back because of the president's policies the country's doing well. But don't forget you have the big cities are still closed and I scratch my head and that's mostly politics, isn't it? Yeah, and you by the way you and the president agree on this Thursday. It's definitely politics because the rest of the countries reopening safely. They're learning how to manage with this and for some reason, you know, Mayor DeBlasio. I've I've seen polls York State and even in the city, he's like it a two-thirds of negative. I mean even among Democrats the really disappointed and disgusted with them because they're losing their jobs. This is it's it's really jobs. You can't walk around without being afraid that somebody's going to slug you in the back. Well, yeah, and that's it. The other part is the rise of crime all this tension rod, you know, you're trying to deal with a virus and what you're doing is compounding the problem where people you know, there's dangerous people out there people are afraid and all of a sudden you have this terrible increase wage. Crime and they want to talk about defunding the police and we in June we had two thirds of the voters think defining them at least in the country the bad idea and 75% think it'll lead to an increase in crime. And guess what the the right and the president speaking out about that and that was at the national issue now and we saw the president was like popping back up. We had a 49% job approval language is mostly at fifty and uh in the Rasmussen reports ball and they Adam popping up after the debate this week and it was an interesting poll cuz Gallop Gallop has approval rating up on Thursday. Four points and they asked the question, who do you think will win the election cuz they don't ask the balance anymore galat about Galaxy's they got burned last time. But who do you think will win the election 56% of all voters in their people think Trump will win the election only forty percent safe by that's the hidden from Pope because there's people afraid to talk to the pulses right now cuz they can tell That they that they don't like the president. The media was I mean it was two on in the debate Chris Wallace of July and the next debate moderator was supposed to be somebody used to intern flight home. So it's like they see the media so nasty negative to the president that they're not telling them the truth. And when you asked well regardless of who you vote for who do you think will win and they're telling you it's Trump wage so and that was big number fifty six forty and that's a Gallup poll. Well, we have a few minutes left. I mean the American people over all have a lot of common sense. I mean what what I think the the president is afraid of and the is that the the mail in ballots that there's going to be a wide variety of fraud, right? And that's easy required is for it. And what what Most states thirty-five states have voter identification laws and almost nine out of ten voters are in favor of Motor Voter identification number. If you're going to vote, they need to know that your citizen legitimate person in you're only going to vote once and what the governors are doing with some of these bases with they have the police Powers. They're getting rid of her idea was cuz Nancy Pelosi wanted that that was in her bill. She was getting rid of that or the getting ready to the signature verification. So if you mailing it a ballot don't have to verify your signature, how do we know it's from you and look what's going on in New York in Brooklyn, they mailed out thousands of ballots the wrong balance to the wrong people and then they want to do a do-over. I said that more lines balance and you've got this going on in the rest of the country where they have ballot harvesting when you want to know what the polls are saying figure out what the Democrats are doing in that state. I'm in North Carolina and in Pennsylvania, the Democrats are trying to get rid of the signature verification in Nevada, which would last time but the polls are very close to this time. Yep. Either they want to they want to allow ballot harvesting or campaign workers can go out collect the balance. You have no idea where it's coming from their live balance and then they collect them and they file them and New Jersey has proven that you have recent cases of fraud that North Carolina's for when you have recent cases of fraud were people that were supposed to be filling out those valves didn't and campaign workers when we got home. So so this whole thing about the the word is not mailing ballots, the word is fraught they're enabling fraud for that valve will be cast for people that don't don't actually live their life or vote there. And you know, it's it's crazy. It's just we have thirty seconds left bottom line bottom line your gut feeling who wind up feeling is it's like that feeling the president's going to win again for years ago. They were afraid we were going to win on Election night. They tried to hold out for calling the election because they did worried one this time. They were afraid wage. Only to win again and trying to steal the election before the election. So thank you for all the work that you do to give the people the truth and stay well off to stay healthy and your family stay healthy and we'll catch up with you again soon the best few down to thank you. This is the cats Roundtable be right back..
"mclaughlin" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Good morning America, this is the Cat5 cable. Try and catch him. He's here Sunday morning. Where is this morning's a good friend John McLaughlin posted to the president friend to the president and he took that makes very last Thursday night. Good morning John. How are you? I'm doing well. I tested negative. So I'm good. God bless America my God right off. They have to come up with a test. But for everybody that's within 15 minutes or something because I don't want to let anybody in our office unless I test them and well there's solution has to be done and that could be a partial solution. And and by the way, what we've got to do is think positive and test negative and the good part is full of tests that people have taken now because before you get to see the president, you know, have to get tested and you would then, you know, you have to wait like 45 minutes, but that's pretty quick turn off. That if you're negative, they let's just say em, and and the Secret Service doesn't let you within six feet of them anyway, so yeah. Yeah, but hopefully the president and the first lady said well and everybody else they know a lot more now than they did six months ago and you know there was able to get you got treatments and you have hopefully the love of vaccination so there's a lot of progress being made against this disease, which is good. I understand my friend Rudy Giuliani was very close to him last week. I think he's taking like three different kinds of tests as a test. There's a fifteen-minute test as a 24-hour test. I mean just and I guess people want to feel good and be making all those tests right and and you know, like the key thing right now is before this should happen with the president the actual perceptions of the viruses that it's subsiding and getting off. For most people they not seen the outbreaks that they they've seen before and they are wearing masks to their social distancing to be cautious. But the economy was reopening reopening so so like we did a national poll right before the debate thousand likely voters. And when you asked about is the country and recession or is it not it was two to one. It was life back in back the June. It was like two thirds of the voters were saying that it was worse than it was in the recession. And and now it's like you've got people 39% saying not a profession 55 recession that sound from speaker 65 in June and is the economy getting better or worse back in April. They said 65% worse only twenty-nine better. Now, it was 439 worse 45 better. It's almost half the voters saying the economy is getting better. So it's really bouncing back because of the president's policies the country's doing well. But don't forget you have the big cities are still closed and I scratch my head and that's mostly politics, isn't it? Yeah, and you by the way you and the president agree on this Thursday. It's definitely politics because the rest of the countries reopening safely. They're learning how to manage with this and for some reason, you know, Mayor DeBlasio. I've I've seen polls York State and even in the city, he's like it a two-thirds of negative. I mean even among Democrats the really disappointed and disgusted with them because they're losing their jobs. This is it's it's really jobs. You can't walk around without being afraid that somebody's going to slug you in the back. Well, yeah, and that's it. The other part is the rise of crime all this tension rod, you know, you're trying to deal with a virus and what you're doing is compounding the problem where people you know, there's dangerous people out there people are afraid and all of a sudden you have this terrible increase wage. Crime and they want to talk about defunding the police and we in June we had two thirds of the voters think defining them at least in the country bad idea and 75% think it'll lead to an increase in crime. And guess what the right and the president speaking out about that and that was at the national issue now and we saw the president was like popping back up. We had a 49% job approval language is mostly at fifty and uh in the Rasmussen reports ball and they Adam popping up after the debate this week and it was an interesting poll cuz Gallop Gallop has approval rating up on Thursday. Four points and they asked the question, who do you think will win the election cuz they don't ask the balance anymore galat about Galaxy's they got burned last time. But who do you think will win the election 56% of all voters in their people think Trump will win the election only forty percent safe by that's the hidden from Pope because there's people afraid to talk to the pulses right now cuz they can tell That they that don't like the president. The media was I mean it was two on in the debate Chris Wallace of July and the next debate moderator was supposed to be somebody used to intern flight home. So it's like they see the media so nasty negative to the president that they're not telling them the truth. And when you asked well regardless of who you vote for who do think will win and they're telling you it's Trump wage so and that was big number fifty six forty and that's a Gallup poll. Well, we have a few minutes left. I mean the American people over all have a lot of common sense. I mean what I think the the president is afraid of and the is that the mail in ballots that there's going to be a wide variety of fraud, right? And that's easy required is for it. And what what Most states thirty-five states have voter identification laws and almost nine out of ten voters are in favor of Motor Voter identification number. If you're going to vote, they need to know that your citizen legitimate person in you're only going to vote once and what the governors are doing with some of these bases with they have the police Powers. They're getting rid of her idea was cuz Nancy Pelosi wanted that that was in her bill. She was getting rid of that or the getting ready to the signature verification. So if you mailing it a ballot don't have to verify your signature, how do we know it's from you and look what's going on in New York in Brooklyn, they mailed out thousands of ballots the wrong balance to the wrong people and then they want to do a do-over. I said that more lines balance and you've got this going on in the rest of country where they have ballot harvesting when you want to know what the polls are saying figure out what the Democrats are doing in that state. I'm in North Carolina and in Pennsylvania, the Democrats are trying to get rid of the signature verification in Nevada, which would last time but the polls are very close to this time. Yep. Either they want to to allow ballot harvesting or campaign workers can go out collect the balance. You have no idea where it's coming from their live balance and then they collect them and they file them and New Jersey has proven that you have recent cases of fraud that North Carolina's for when you have recent cases of fraud were people that were supposed to be filling out those valves didn't and campaign workers when we got home. So so this whole thing about the the word is not mailing ballots, the word is fraught they're enabling fraud for that valve will be cast for people that don't don't actually live their life or vote there. And you know, it's crazy. It's just we have thirty seconds left bottom line bottom line your gut feeling who wind up feeling is it's like that feeling the president's going to win again for years ago. They were afraid we were going to win on Election night. They tried to hold out for calling the election because they did worried one this time. They were afraid wage. Only to win again and trying to steal the election before the election. So thank you for all the work that you do to give the people the truth and stay well off to stay healthy and your family stay healthy and we'll catch up with you again soon the best few down to thank you. This is the cats Roundtable be right back..
NFL icon and wife save grandchild from near-kidnapping in Los Angeles
"A kidnapping scare for legendary quarterback. Joe Montana police say a woman broke into his home and tried to kidnap his grandchild Erin. McLaughlin has late details. Tonight, a kidnapping thwarted involving the nine month old grandchild of football legend, Joe Montana, and his wife Jennifer the scare happened around five PM. Saturday. According to the La County Sheriff A. Thirty nine year old woman identified as Suds Idell, enter the Montana's multimillion dollar Malibu home or Joe Montana to authorities she removed they're sleeping grandchild from a playpen. The couple confronted the alleged kidnapper still holding the baby and attempted to de escalate the situation asking the suspect to give back their grandchild a tussle ensued Jennifer was able to safely pry the child out of the suspects are. The suspect then fled the House Joe Montana ran for help flagging down sheriff's deputies already in the area does L. was taken into custody a short time later now charged with kidnapping and burglary today the nfl hall of Famer tweeted. Thank you to everyone who has reached out scary situation but thankful that everybody is doing well adding we appreciate respect for our privacy at this time Montana during his time as a star NFL quarterback earned the nickname Joe, cool for his calm under pressure a title both he and his wife seemed to have taken into retirement
Brain-eating microbe: US city warned over water supply
"Parts of Texas are beginning to ease up following fears of the supply was tainted. Only Lake Jackson, Texas in the Houston area remains under a warning that city is home to the water treatment plant for Brazos Sport Water Authority. Lake City manager says earlier this month, a six year old boy died after contracting the microbe of further investigation led to the finding of a brain eating amoeba in the water. Fox is Rob Dawson. America is listening to Fox News.
All 12 casinos on Mississippi's Gulf Coast ordered closed
"The U. S. Gulf coast is bracing for flooding and wind damage from the approaching hurricane Sally hurricane Sally continues gaining strength from the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico national hurricane center director Ken Graham says it could make landfall late Tuesday or early Wednesday along the Mississippi Alabama line with winds around a hundred ten miles an hour and because this storm is moving so slowly Alabama Mississippi Gulf coast some areas here in Jackson County forecasting fifteen to twenty inches of rain and a storm surge as high as eleven feet in some areas prompting mac McLaughlin and his neighbors and kill Mississippi to seek higher ground I just don't want to be here when the waters that David be stranded that would be smart several cars have already been swept away by seawater at Alabama's Dauphin island Mississippi's gaming commission has ordered all twelve coastal casinos to close I'm Jackie Quinn
"mclaughlin" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Women making waves on Cambridge I five radio. We've all heard of the Coast Guard and of mountain rescue. But did you know there is a lowland rescue service? Christine McLaughlin is a member of Cambridge's search and rescue a group of trained volunteers who are called upon by the police to help when vulnerable people go missing. Linda talks to Christine. We've all heard of the coastguards and of moten rescue but did you know there's a lowland rescue service Christine.
"mclaughlin" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Women making waves on Cambridge I five radio. We've all heard of the Coast Guard and of mountain rescue. But did you know there is a lowland rescue service? Christine McLaughlin is a member of Cambridge's search and rescue a group of trained volunteers who are called upon by the police to help when vulnerable people go missing Linda talks to Christine. We've all heard of the coastguards and of moten rescue but did you know there's a lowland rescue service? Christine.
"mclaughlin" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Good Morning America. This is the cats roundtable trump castle and. TV's here Sunday morning what's going on. Who's winning those losing will said this? This morning's John McLaughlin and John is the poster for posted for. Trump has been a poster for Netanyahu Arnold Schwarzenegger And he's been around town. Good Morning. John how are you this morning. Good morning it's great to be with you and I also pulled for you. John which is which is very good. Because because you have that common sense and the ability to say things to the average person that they understand and So the common sense touch is very important so tacky. Accu John I agree with you. Common Sense is very important Iowa. You know it's almost a week since Iowa finished and we've got New Hampshire coming up up. People still want to know what the heck happened. You know politics and you know what's going on. Well what was your opinion on Iowa. Well I tell you. It's it's really a disaster for the Democrats and this week because when you think about it it's really the backfire impeachment. The big story coming out of Iowa the collapse of Joe Bike that he that he plays fourth. He was the front runner and when they went after president trump on impeachment on on on Ukraine. They really took down Joe Biden because we knew there was video of him saying you gotTa Prosecutor Fire that. We knew that there were some problems. With hundred Biden like men and the Biden family and but the Democrat caucus goes in Ireland. The primary voters didn't know that so it while they were going for president trump to try to stop him in slowing down to keep from being reelected. They destroyed their own front runner and in the process is there's a primary going on inside inside the primary. There's actually two price going on. There's the socialist primary between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren and Sanders appears to be winning that and on Tuesday. The votes in New Hampshire will decide the winner of that primary and one of them have to drop out and it's likely to be one then. There's the moderate somewhat liberal primary. Where in competition was Biden Buddha judge and clover Shar and the terrible way that the Democrat Party handle their caucus in Iowa and remember this is not a government boat this is a caucus the party runs at government? Officials in New Hampshire will run the primary Tuesday and and they will count the votes. And it'll be a blue in Iowa. You have a party apparatus whereas the Democrat establishment was trying to slow down by donate they slowing down today. Screw up on purpose because they they panicked when Biden was coming in fourth because they did say that they couldn't believe Biden wasn't getting enough votes right. I think they could have. I mean when I met the burnings have been trying to slow down Bernie Sanders because A lot of people believe that although the voters look at Bernie and they say he's honest and he's populist those who are really studied his proposals see him as a socialist and and they know his background is a socialist and so the Democrat establishment was trying to save Barton. And you know we're turning her trump and then the process. I would just showed us that. They actually probably helped sanders and they killed their front runner now. Tuesday New Hampshire will confirm that and we'll find out but the the what an embarrassment Democrats for three years. They've been asked our president four years after president on Russian collusion and rigging elections and the airport he could be run a caucus for honestly in Iowa. And when you think about that. It's just in such contrast so the president's record his record of accomplishment his the things he's gotten done the trade deals the job growth the economic growth I mean he and the strengthening thinning of the national security and the defeat of Isis and terrorism The president has done so much. This you know we uh-huh I agree. It was a great speech. It was a great speech last week and he presented very well but did the DNC deep panicked when the results were coming in. That's the question. And what do you think is going to happen in New Hampshire This sanders is very well known in New Hampshire and so our booker she's from neighbor events -Chusetts but it looks like in in the polls that came out this week. It looks like that it's GonNa be probably to contest again between Sanders and Buddha judge so that judge will be the moderate candidate and sanders will be the very liberal candidate and the choice of the socialist. So that's GonNa be a real a real contest to watch this week. So we'll see we'll see who wins that by the way the polls for the president or the highest ever who is it. That's the other part of the peach from backfire first. The president's job approval is moving up in this little Gallup had forty nine percent the highest ever the average of which are largely skewed because they lack Republicans most often where they under poll Republicans because they're pulling adults or their Poli registered voters but not likely voters the ones who have likely voters like rats and they have Java Pool Atr about fifty percent he gets over fifty percent. He's GonNa get re-elected because that's where it Obama had twenty twelve year fifty percent up fifty one percent of all day. That's what George W Bush had eighteen thousand four on election day fifty one percent Java for was reelected with fifty one percent. That's that's why the Democrats are panicking trauma caughlin. You also hired to do polling on Chinese tell all Americans on The Chinese on the pope. Well there was a there was a poll that was done Frank Gaffney committee on present danger. Where they did they looked look at last week just last week? We did a survey of like one thousand likely voters November general election voters and it was done January twenty seventh through the thirties. Already there was released This past week and it shows that it's a parish the sleeper issue. This year could be China. They agreed to phase one trade deal with the president. Because you can see that Americans they see China as a as an economic competitor fifty percent but also eighteen percents even As an adversary eight percents them outright An outright Enemy and what it is. They know that China engaged like seven. Ten voters voters seventy one percent or where the China engaging trade practices that took away American manufacturing jobs and and the idea that that they they see. See that The technology transfer only thirty nine percent. or where the force technology transfers. But when they're told about that China forces American in companies WANNA do business there to transfer important technology. They're concerned about that. Seventy four percent of concern about that seventy five percents concerned about the fact that they're building this underground Great Wall for for the missiles and and it's really something that most Americans don't think about Particularly would even space like forty one percent or aware that China's trying to dominate space. But when they're aware of it you get seventy four percent of all Americans digging. That's not GonNa be good when you consider our satellites up there and that's how you know we depend on our banks of phones etc communications our Internet. They're all depends on these satellite. I Don some China's up there You know trying to become the dominant space person. And they would see seventy percent of the voters in this poll. Then also seventy seventy one. Seventy nine percent felt China's hostile. Well they they they would see that they they think the exact exact wording of the question was when you when you look at this where they would say they would see China as a as a cost of power up there and they're they're worried about them controlling controlling space so eighty one percents. They were worried about that. So this it's a sleeper issue here where Americans are not thinking about it like I said we simply asked would you word word of China controlled space and eighty one percent of all voters said yes and then when we asked if a hostile power were able to control space it could disrupt such assets and functions here on Earth if that would happen. Would it impact your life in those of your loved ones. And they say seventy nine percent so people when they think about it they can put two and two together and It could be a sleeper issue this year if China You know has any controversy with the United States. That goes on thirty seconds. Left one last question all the nonsense going on in house. Representatives could Democrats. Lose the house Yes it's it's likely because they've what they've done so far is motivated trump voters to come back out and twenty sixteen so those trump voters come back out and twenty twenty the ones who voter from in two thousand sixteen plus a bronze base this thirty districts. Democrats are sitting right now. That president trump carried in Twenty Sixteen Gene the Republicans only twenty seats to take the house and he's already thirty and danger Democrats in those seats. So what happens John. McLaughlin worldwide wide Pollster strategist and politics. Thank you so much for coming on the show and let's catch up again thank you. This is the catch roundtable. We write back..