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Why Grassroots Activist Austin Smith Is Running for Office

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 4 months ago

Why Grassroots Activist Austin Smith Is Running for Office

"Now. Austin, you're running for office, tell us about that. Well, I don't want to have to run for office, but I think if Arizona at this point, we need really good strong America first conservatives. I mean, I'm a 5th generation Arizona. And I've been involved in the grassroots level here for a very long time. You hired me 7 years ago when we started the camp 7 years ago. The campus leadership project in that small office and mesa Arizona and we've come a long way and I'm ready to channel that activism that I've learned for the last 7 years into good legislation and also not just legislation, but stopping the bad legislation because you get these Republicans. I'm going to sponsor 80 bills this year. Well, why? Why do we need 80 bills? And I'm not going to be one of those type of Republicans. And so we need clean, beautifully written simple considerable in one page, not hard, and I want everyone listening right now all across the country that if you are fed up with what's happening, you should run for office. And Austin's 26, we're going to get behind him. We're going to help remember we can we being turning point action, right? And myself personally, in any way, we possibly can. But Austin talk a little about that. You see something wrong, you want to run for office. That's what we need more of. We need grassroots to rise up right now. No, you're absolutely correct. And I think one of the things that really pushed me as the last several years, especially here in Arizona, everybody's noticed that getting more blue, purple, and it shouldn't have to be that way. We're a very conservative state this is the land of Barry Goldwater, but it doesn't feel that way. We have a 31 to 29 majority in the Arizona House of Representatives. That's unacceptable. It used to be super majority of the Republicans have controlled the House since the early 1990s, and I believe one of the two of the chambers since the 1960s. But the reason why we're losing these seats is because receding ground to the left with weak Republicans, not bold, strong policy that we need. I'm thankful that we've had a governor that's Republican the last two decades, but I don't think we've had strong Republican leadership enough from the governor's office. The state legislature, the county board of supervisors and we need strong Republicans in the legislature because of Washington, D.C. is a uni party and they're not going to take care of the border. They're not going to look out for Arizona's water. If we're going to continue to have these tax increases on the state of Arizona like prop two O 8 and seed ground to the left, we need strong conservatives in the legislature that are really going to hold the line and work with the strong attorney general

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Jodi Arias and the Murder of Travis Alexander

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:56 min | 10 months ago

Jodi Arias and the Murder of Travis Alexander

"Jodi areas. Remember her an early summer of two thousand eight the mortgage crisis in the us loomed. Large barack obama was campaigning. For the presidential election in the fall the world was looking forward to the summer olympics in beijing. A horrifying crime was going down into phoenix suburb of mesa. Arizona travis alexander. A thirty year old mormon motivational speaker of sorts would be found five days after his murder by his friends and roommates in a scene. Look like something straight out of a slasher flick. Blood was splattered on the walls of the bathroom. Where travis his body was found along the sink mirror entitled floors. He's been stabbed nearly thirty times his throat slit and he'd been shot in the head and his friends and family immediately pointed their fingers at the one person who the all thought was most likely responsible. Jody areas a slightly built attractive woman with no criminal record. Someone who did not look like the person most would connect with travis brutal crime scene. She was the woman. Travis had been dating off and on for the better part of the past year and a half and odd woman. Once you looked into the relationship. A woman who wants slept under. Travis is christmas tree after he told her she couldn't sleep over at his house. A woman who'd snuck into his house through the doggy door after they broke up and crawled naked into his bed. A woman who. The all suspected had slashed all four of his tires twice when he'd started dating someone else for over for over a year and a half travis and jodi had been involved in a highly toxic sex crazed torrid romance after meeting at a las vegas. Mlm conference in september of two thousand six and jody's jealous suspicious and sometimes downright crazy behavior toward travis set a lot of alarm bells for his friends and we'll travis him to understand how unhealthy his relationship with jodie was he would never totally break it off with her. He just seemed to have liked to sex too much so he kept inviting her back in no matter what she did and in the end he did that too many times in the last days of may two thousand eight. Jody started putting together a plan to kill him or did she

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A Coworking Community of First Believers

The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

08:21 min | 1 year ago

A Coworking Community of First Believers

"Get started. I'll ask you an about launch pad. You and chris co founders of launchpad. What is that exactly so launch pad is a network co working spaces really focused on smaller communities what we call them into markets throughout the united states. And we're located in nashville newark. New jersey stockton california new orleans. And we're coming to many other cities like mesa arizona and louisville kentucky. So we've really focused on becoming part of the entrepreneurial community and acting as a home base for entrepreneurs of all kinds. So i'm going to ask you about your locations in a bit but i wanted to ask you about your unique value proposition. I mean you're playing in a growing space. What defines launch pad among all other players in the space i think the biggest factor is an alignment with the success of our members. We really focus on people who are working on cnn. Really is the way that we define our marketing so that's much more expansive than just people starting a startup right. There's a lot of people who are working entrepreneurial league whether you are starting to start up a small business freelancer even working remotely. The nature of work is changing so much and we really focus on helping her members be successful in whatever their goals and aspirations are a lot of people are new to this and we believe that diversity of member shall ross. The types of businesses in diversity on level is so important so the lot of factors that set launch pad art and. I'm sure we'll we'll talk a little bit about sort of the ups and downs of the co working world today in the in the on gas. But we've been around for ten years and have really focused on the growing success of ecosystems that we play a part in that starts with helping the members that work at launch pad really achieved their roles. So when when i was doing my research a term popped out of the text and that was first believers. What does that mean. And why is it so important at launch pad. They mainly sat down and belts sort of the core values with business and or operating communities that we serve. I believe i one that always talks up and crystals. Everyone's firstly a ride often on journey. You hear the words know whether that from an investor whether it's from your mother whether it's from your little that little guilty had You're telling you that it's not gonna work and what you really need levers and so me think of that as sing the level within lunchtime and oftentimes those folks were working in the community. They are each other's levers members to show every day. They're the ones you hear the saab sorting things go wrong. Who celebrate the for sale. Who ring the bell with you. And you create this environment where we're all sort of on this entrepreneurial jury ourselves and help each other and we consciously about it every day about being people's first lemurs and we do that in righty one. It's the cities that we choose so we often go to places that maybe be overlooked by big providers or big big Operators in our space and we take bets on the city's because we really believe in supporting them supporting their entrepreneurs and we also believe that being i believe her is not just about writing a check. It's also being someone's purse customer so we try actively to support our businesses within launchpad by not only being their mentor their friends but to be their customer many years ago before i even started executive recruiting. I tried my hand at starting a new suspect on intellectual property. I spent a lot of money. I wrote a patent got a patent issue and then i tried becoming operational as a startup and was so soul-crushing and yes i got told no every day i never heard yes and i was like how can i put up with this so i can see the value in doing that. You know it's so true. I it's the journey of any entrepreneurial venture hearing no all day long in whatever role you are and it's also the internal journey right. I think the first believers concept is really the antidote to imposter syndrome. rain holds us back is am. I truly the ceo of this company. Am i truly hanging my big corporate job in stepping out to follow my passion project and so by being a community of first believers has not just us founders that that believe in our members radium culture where people believe in each other and push each other and support each other along that journey wondering if you could give me a sense of how that gets flushed out. So i'm a startup entrepreneur. I set up shop at launch. What can i experience at launch pad. That's going to help me flush out my business model in my path to success. Oftentimes the process starts before you become a member and typically what we see a lot of the journeys especially for startup founders. Is they'll connect with one of us or another member of our community around something as simple as pitch practice or a mentor session. Or hey i'm looking to raise money. Can i tap into your network to connect with others and get some funding. You know they always say if you ask for money you'll get good advice and we have that conversation with us. Start to be able to demonstrate the power of the network the power of the platform and power those connections and oftentimes some of the way we recruit startups into launchpad is through those very first early conversations. Once they join the community we have an on boarding process for folks where we connect people. It's starting out. A co working. Space is a little bit starting your first day at school or your first day at your job and we approach that very similarly by creating programs and connection points doing a little member matchmaking. So that folks who have like minded challenges or personalities or different types of businesses. We can connect them. And so we're really sort of smooth the path of on boarding in the community and then we have a variety of different programming and curriculum and supportive activities that happen throughout the year to be able to support entrepreneurs obviously dumb one some group sessions but we really sort of enable the platform to basically support it. And what we end up seeing these collisions of connection moments where people come together and they find their technical co founder amongst our member base or they find their first customer if they're hanging their shingle to be a consultant. Every time we do surveys of our member base about the benefits of being at launchpad we consistently hear that it helps them do more business. It helps them be more professional helps them achieve more their goals. That's fabulous so you take a lot of the sting out of being a startup entrepreneur with dimension. We also are sort of on converts so we understand deeply the challenges that we all face. And i mean i think especially in a year like we've had with the pandemic with twenty twenty struggled ourselves as as many businesses and i think it's been really valuable for us to be able to share those struggles in to go through that together with our members. We wake up every day. Thinking about launch pad are members. Were not a big corporation. We don't wanna be. And i think that really comes through in terms of the connection points that we can make with entrepreneurs are our

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House to vote on $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill this week

Morning Edition

03:29 min | 1 year ago

House to vote on $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill this week

"Trillion coronavirus Relief bill will go to a vote this week. Republicans in Congress say it is too much money. Here's Congressman James Comber from Kentucky. Congress already appropriated $150 billion in the cares act for state and local governments. And not all this money's been spent. So the Biden administration is looking outside of Washington, D. C to build their case. Here's NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith. When Mesa Arizona Mayor John Giles looks out his window at City Hall, he can see the convention center. It's become a hub for those seeking help in the pandemic. And on alternating days it is people that are there too. Up there drunk and get £50 of food, putting their trump or its people. They're waiting in line to get the vaccine. So it's a pretty sobering view from the mayor's office. His city got $90 million in relief funds last spring spent it all and Giles says they easily could have filed receipts for double that. Sobering view from his office window explains why this Republican mayor is pushing hard for the $350 billion in funding for state and local governments in the bill. You know this is it's just too important to engage in silly partisan debates. Most cities and towns didn't get direct help, like Mesa did. They had to wait for it to trickle down through their states and counties. The deadline to spend it isn't until the end of this year, so some are trying to make it last as they manage strapped budgets. For months now, a bipartisan group of mayors has been pushing for more. In July. We called ourselves July or bust. That's Dayton, Ohio Mayor Nan Whaley, a Democrat. Her city's budget has been slammed by the pandemic so much so that she isn't sure they'll be able to train a new class of police officers or firefighters. This year. We're not like the federal government, we have to have a balanced budget. So if we don't get a federal money, no fire class Dayton is recruiting new firefighters and police officers but may not be able to bring them on board without more money. When it comes to the schools. It's a similar story. Congress has approved about $68 billion so far for K 12 schools. Well, not all of the funds have been spent. Education officials say the money is spoken for, and they need more. In Pennsylvania Palisades School District Superintendent Bridget O'Connell says they were able to reopen in the fall. And that meant hiring more teachers to reduce class sizes and to teach online So it is a staff intensive endeavor to educate kids during a pandemic Staff aren't paid up front, which is one reason why it may look like funds or unspent. And the bulk of the money Congress approved for schools last year is just now going out. Superintendent Sean Record from Pema, Arizona on Lee found out last week how much his district can expect to get. I have a list of all you know of things that we need in order to be able to You know, provide better social distancing more safety for teachers, more safety for students. They've been open nearly full time since the fall making do with the money. They have his message to critics who point to unspent funds and say schools don't need more. It isn't a light switch. The money doesn't get approved one day and spent the next And that's why President Biden and Democrats are pushing ahead with new funding and say they can't wait for Republicans in Congress to come around tomorrow. Keith NPR news

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"mesa arizona" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"mesa arizona" Discussed on WJR 760

"32 of Stanford. Wayne Lions on the coverage junior from Dillard High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida sound familiar? That's the school that Lorenzo White Michigan State had a good game here. Did me one of the stars of George Perlis victory here in the 1988 Rose Bowl demon Want to know in the Rose Bowl? Duffy wanted one great majority. I mean, of course, George Perlis wanna know it now? Mark D'Antonio gets his shot. 2nd and 10. Cartons of the 48. Of Stanford End around hand off the McGarrett kings running to his right and kings is the 42 Yard line, I believe may be the 41 before he shoved out of bounds by Alex Carter. The sophomore corner out of Ashburn, Virginia. Guy they feel is a star in the making. Here. Third down, three balled up the 41 of Stanford, no huddle. Connor Cook in the shotgun with Langford to his left any, Fowler said to the right Limpid and kings wide side left, Connor Cook, keep it after faking pitch and he gets nowhere. In fact, he'll lose a yard or two. Back to about 43 stopped by Trent Murphy. That's 66 £261.50 Year senior from Mesa, Arizona. Who leads the nation in sacks and is one of the top tacklers for loss on this squad gets another one. There now is 12.5 on the season.

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Man removed from flight after fight over refusal to wear mask

America's First News

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Man removed from flight after fight over refusal to wear mask

"Say a man who refused to wear a face mask on a Utah bound flight was escorted off the plane after he and another man got into a physical altercation, Riley Lanes. Bird boarded the flight in Mesa, Arizona Saturday and was sitting near both passengers, she said. A man wearing a face shield. Started arguing with the flight attendant after the flight attendant asked him to put on a mask. She says another man then turned around and asked him to follow the rules, and the two started fighting. Police say the man who refused to wear a mask was cited for disorderly conduct. And we've seen airlines crackdown on people who refused to wear masks. Of course, some of the airline industry calling on the F a, too. Make the mandatory s o. They do not have to enforce the rules in the air. Like the, uh, like it appears that they had to do on this flight. But we know air travel down 70% as still Because of the Corona virus. In fact, Southwest

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Takata recall: Exploding air bag inflator in Honda Civic kills Arizona driver, bring the worldwide death toll to 26

Sean Hannity

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Takata recall: Exploding air bag inflator in Honda Civic kills Arizona driver, bring the worldwide death toll to 26

"More concerns for car manufacturers and drivers again because of defective airbags. Another person has been killed by an exploding Takata airbag inflator, bringing the worldwide death toll to at least 26. Latest death was from a crash of a 2000 to Honda Civic in Mesa, Arizona. Takada Corporation, which was criminally charged back in 2017 and sold after filing for bankruptcy, had used volatile ammonium nitrate to create a small explosion to inflate air bags and a crash But the chemical could deteriorate over time. The explosion can blow apart a metal canister and hurl shrapnel into the passenger compartment. The problem has caused the largest Siri's of auto recalls in U. S history with at least 63 million inflators re called Mary Course study Fox News

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Exploding Takata air bag inflator kills Arizona driver

WBZ Morning News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Exploding Takata air bag inflator kills Arizona driver

"To another person losing their life to an exploding Takata airbag inflator, the latest death happening in August in Mesa, Arizona, in a crash involving a 2002 Honda Civic. The 17th death reported in the United States and at least 26th worldwide now before the problem began to kind of used a canister of volatile chemical compound to create a small explosion to inflate air bags and a crash, But It. Wass eventually determined that that can might deteriorate and blow apart, hurling shrapnel into a passenger. It triggered the largest Siri's of auto recalls in U. S history, Takada has been forced to recall about 63 million

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"mesa arizona" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"mesa arizona" Discussed on WDRC

"Positive for Corona virus, Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, now the third Republican lawmaker to test positive for Cove in 19, along with senators Tom Tell US of North Carolina and Mike Lee of Utah, Tillerson Lee or on the Senate Judiciary Committee scheduled to start confirmation hearings for a Supreme Court nominee, Amy Cockney Barrett in less than two weeks and monsters. Rachel supplement reports that another A prominent politician who has recently been in close proximity to the president has also tested positive for the disease. Chris Christie made the announcement on Twitter, saying, I will be receiving medical attention and we'll keep the necessary folks. Surprise of my condition. Christy help the president prepare for the first debate, he told Good Morning America No one at the time was wary mask. Christie was also in the Rose Garden for the official announcement of President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett. Rachel Sutherland, Fox's Christy says he's hospital was because he has a history of asthma. World leaders are offering support to President Trump and his fight against Corona virus. Labor leaders have bean very unified in sending messages of sympathy to the trump family with it be from countries that a friend or foe here in London, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the personal message of support because he's being in intensive care hospital with Corinna bars himself earlier this year, so he understands very well what President Trump is going through, and he says he's confident that President Trump will recover soon. Kitty Logan Dance. China's government who the president blames with the virus wished him a speedy recovery. And he's also receiving well wishes from the World Health Organization and North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Yun. Another person has been killed by an exploding Takata airbag inflator, bringing the worldwide death toll to at least 26. The latest death of the crash of a 2000 to Honda Civic in Mesa, Arizona. I'm soundly in fresco. Now for the show, reflecting on classic radio Hollywood 3 60 with your host, Carla Martin. Strange looking man behind us. Call him the launch it on. You don't know what to do By every night. He listens to the radio. I can't keep him away. Lone Ranger. The shadow the masked Avenger. This is not good. It tends.

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Travel to Iowa

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

Travel to Iowa

"I'd like to welcome to the show Sarah brewers from travel with Sara, dot com, and also mid west travel network, DOT COM and oddly enough we're going to talk about the mid West and specifically serious here to talk to us about Iowa Sarah Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. I'm excited to be here excellent well and I put out the. Word among my travel blogger brethren and written and I don't think that this thing put a couple of weeks ago and said, I've got three missing states I missing Iowa Nebraska and Hampshire, and at least one person I think it was more than one said if you want Iowa have to talk to Sarah and why is that? Sarah. What's the connection to Iowa? Well I live in Iowa. I have lived here all my life and I live on I will farm I'm married the neighbor boy in two thousand eight I started a blog and it was in two thousand thirteen that I really dove into the travel side of things. But the one thing that I realize is a lot of people didn't know a whole lot about the mid West or my home state of Iowa in. Most people don't realize that I will has beautiful cornfields and soybean fields we have that, but we have a lot of other amazing things and that's why you need to come to Iowa to visit and we're GONNA get into all of those today and I can't wait to share I. Clinical Slices a paradise will normally ask why someone should go I. Think you jumped into that one ahead of time anything else you would add to that I will surprise you I think the art, the culture, the scenic byways will blow you away. You could spend probably one home month exploring Iowa's scenic byways and I think that's pretty darn. Cool excellent will and where are you going to take us to what you're gonNA recommend where we starting. Well, let's start and do and. North, central. Iowa. Route, which is near where I live. I live near Mason. City. Mason. City Clear Lake and we're GONNA go to Charles City those three towns there, and then he can go up to forest city where you can see we're winnebago motorhomes are made. So you start in Mason city, Mason cities, a great base camp, and I would recommend that you stay in the park in hotel. The parking hotel is the last known hotel in the world designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Can stay there. Okay. People come from all over the world to Mason City Iowa population twenty six thousand something. So I have to Mason City, but I stayed in the holiday and see this is my mistake. You need to come back and see if the. I'll give you the grand old tour I. Didn't know he had designed any hotels. That's true. The first thing people say to me is Oh I don't think I could afford to stay there. and. I'm telling you that rooms at the Parken Hotel in Mason city. Iowa. Are Very affordable. I'm talking one twenty, nine to one, fifty, nine at night in a historic hotel. Designed by Frank Lloyd. Wright. I mean that is amazing. So when you're in Mason City, you want to do the river city's sculptures on parade, which is a sculpture walk, and it's always fun because I travel a lot and you know these artists that create these sculptures are all across America and maybe some of you've seen the Humpty dumpty sculpture that's around. I. Know I'M Thinking, the last place I saw one was in Mesa Arizona Okay I just have to take a Selfie with it because I'm like here's how you know Humpty kind of manages to be wherever I am but the sculptures are really a nice walk because they also take you through the Rock Glen area in Mason City, which is where there are other Frank Lloyd Wright designed homes. So is not only the hotel. There's other homes there as well and McKnight or art museum is a fantastic museum in town. They have the bayard puppets, Baird Marionettes, wizard of Oz the marionnettes that we're using the wizard of Oz are in the museum in Mason City and you can go across the street to Music Man Square we what puppets were in wizard of Oz are we talking about flying monkeys or what? Yes. Monkey is there okay it's a really Nice Museum but then you go across the street and you go to Meredith Wilson's boyhood. Home The music man. So, Meredith Wilson was born in Mason city. Iowa. And the Music Man Square has museum in there that is home to. Meredith Willson. So in the streetscape is in there and it looks just like in the movie, but you would envision it. So that's pretty cool. Meredith Willson he's also buried in Mason City and you know what? There's a lot of people that look for famous people were buried. You know who knew a lot of people cemetery tourism is kind of a big deal but then you go, let's go estimates saying you've already Charles City and get to Whitewater rafting most people don't think of Iowa and Whitewater rafting. And you can do that in Charles City Iowa. In Charles City I'm not sure eight, ten thousand people maybe. And you can stay in a luxury cabin there at red? Cedar. Lodge cabins that are overlooking the river great place for extended families to stay. But you've got the river

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"mesa arizona" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"mesa arizona" Discussed on WJR 760

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"mesa arizona" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"mesa arizona" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And welcome back to coast to coast George nori with you open lines here and just about any topic that you want to talk about is fine by me lots of things been going on of course and I hope you and your family are okay because it's been a rough three months for a lot of people was maybe even a little longer than that let's go to the phones let's go down to Miami Florida to Reese's with us hi Theresa welcome program Barrick you are back how are you how do very many things you'll he's the president thank you HM anyway I wanted to ask you if your gas if you have ever tried boarding schools what kind of schools Morgan school boarding schools side doing well he's not with us now it's just open lines all very well like you know I was going to ask you like you like our reporters style that I went to a boarding school in England and you know before you go to a girl because I'm looking back in the sixties so you get creative in those spaces you spent some time you know we used to spend the cations in the score because we couldn't go but back to our country right so it will get worse since Donald from the school through the famous Arabic council where they were saying does there you love is doing there's still one or two soldiers from the school to the council you know they move through the doors of Donal underground underground underground so we try to go on to round ground as Donald but you don't show dark and scary that that we didn't know it but we certainly know we are there we have I let me tell you one night it got so bad W. can lower the school crossing guard was used because of the noises and you could be here today they were like so there is one Jeez that's like Gettysburg you hear that same kind of thing going on in those kinds of places thanks to reserve those spaces are haunted they really are next up we've got wrecked truck driving in Alabama Hey Rick welcome to the program George I'm sorry I missed your previous guest I I I hesitated to call because you got got a story but I was when you mentioned which you board I I I had to call in all right tell us tell us your story well I I wanna purposes with my I had great parents to this is this on sixty eight years old this all took place in the sixties and seventies in mesa Arizona I had a great mom she was we're told Mr but normal very smart yeah she coached a little league team for two years in the early sixties that was just unheard of mark mom coached a little league team yeah yeah yeah get your great coach I love it they did a big story about it now and then the local papers back in sixty two sixty three were you on that team I'm sorry what you want on the first I was on the first team to secretary mark moved up a notch and does she because a minor league team was she tough sign where it was she was she took on you as a kid when you were playing no not at all okay now that you just you just a good person that people just want to and and just logic but she was different okay we would play this game at our home and we were just telling us that you would say I ghosted your house so we had a house so that it was circular you can walk in a circle around the house they don't promote all aid to the bedrooms to back to the living room and it was just we turn all the lights would just walk in a circle this would put her hand on her neck you are just touches it will scrape rake our leaves and you couldn't see or was dark right now yeah yeah but she was she was very smart and but the story goes what we lost I lost a little brother before I was even born wait wait wait they had a two year old then he was hit by cars in the late late late forties and I was born in fifty one he my my parents divorced in in it in the mid sixties yeah my mom turned up the hall she never drank before she was sentenced to a teacher and she just general life after that after the war died sure really who can blame that and and and the divorce and then I'll get it she was raped as a child the buyer the father so you know the top stuff life but she is what my her mother my grandma one night got a knock on the door in the middle of the night and my my grandfather grandmother did sleep in the same bedroom and his bedroom was farther away from the doors she came to the door in the middle of the night then there was this tall good looking young man at the door and this thing he said my name is Donald Wayne I've done all the way middle name first and middle name all of our state okay time Donald right I don't want you to look out for my mom she's really struggling and and she's having a hard time and they just had this conversation in just a matter of fact and she told the story of his life but chills up and down my spine but that wasn't done a few years later she I'm a pass away and I got it to do this because it was really weird because that the night before she died I was I was I was a grown man and a twenty something years old like seventy four and we were we were talking she lived in 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"mesa arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:13 min | 2 years ago

"mesa arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And office up in mesa Arizona cure for up there if you have questions about anything that you heard on our show you can call five two oh six hundred sixty three sixty three five two oh six hundred sixty three sixty three okay Jeff what people listening to the program today and the question is how do I exit out of this market and why he is now a good time to do it well as I mentioned earlier it may be a great time to continue to stay in the market if you have time but if you're worried about more downside and I think it is a reality that it could happen I'm not going to predict it and I'm not going to predict it's gonna bounce right back but if the market does continue to go down and let's say we have a corona virus part two next to that's even worse than this one then what are we going to do I mean I was just going to be a a rolling bear market where we have a big down then the government comes to our rescue and got a trillion dollar plus influx of money and all of a sudden everything's good for a few weeks and then we find out more people are dying and you find out more people lose their jobs and the economy might not look like it's going to bounce back and then we have another downturn that downturns worsen the first one sometimes he's rolling bear markets create what's called sucker rallies where the market goes up from a good piece of news because people are hoping for some good news I finally get in they get all excited about the market think okay mostly at the bottom let's go back in the market rallies for a little bit and then it goes down just to go down even farther if you look at the chart the last month you'll see that that's kind of been happening with a couple of really good days here and there but I think sometimes people like okay it's time to buy only to find the market's going to go down again so if you can't afford to be losing any more money you know stop the bleeding now and if you're worried about but I will get my money back I won't ever get back to where the you know the upside in the market well what if you only made five percent a year from the year two thousand toll right now even though we know that over the long haul stock market averages your ten percent or better you know you'd be way ahead of where the market is right now even if you only averaged five percent but had no losses even though the average annual return the stock market maybe more the compounded annual return is less than four percent right now and all the indexes from the year two thousand ten now so you might think well but I want to get back okay so you want to get back maybe it'll take you five years like the last two market corrections maybe it'll take you fourteen like the correction on the nasdaq OTC market in the year two thousand so if you want to get out to stop the bleeding move straight sideways into an account that can't go down anymore you can either do it with our managed funds right now our managers said Hey we're out of the market we're gonna wait till the market definitely turns it up for the better we're we're sure of it we're not going to just try to bet on the little sucker hours we're gonna make sure that it confirms an upward trend in upper Biasa we're gonna get back in now we're still fifteen to twenty five percent out of the market fifteen to twenty five percent higher than it is right now but if you didn't get out you could still be fifteen or twenty or thirty percent higher than the market is in the Futian I keep in mind if the market goes down fifty percent you have to go up one hundred percent to get back to even what's the fastest the market has ever gone up a hundred percent it's been about five years there's gonna be a couple of twenty percent and thirty percent in there and there's gonna be a couple of aflac years because after a good year typically there's kind of a not so good here and so forth so you know what is it gonna take what if the market goes down sixty or seventy percent what goes a seventy percent what does it have to go up it has to go up two hundred thirty percent to thirty percent at twenty three percent a year on average that's another you know ten years plus to get back to even the nasdaq took fourteen years to get back even on eighty three percent drop and those years were actually good if you could a bottom fish so why not get into the market don't go down anymore while the market's going down but when the market renews its up trend you're going just add on to where you are right now so you don't have to make the full rate of return of the stock market to stay ahead of the game and actually get back to where the market would be even if the market continues to go down now granted if the market continues to go straight up right from here you might not get as much of the upside but in hindsight was that the right decision well you might say well should I shoulda woulda shoulda but you know what it probably is the right decision if you can't afford more losses because if you can't afford more losses you should be in the market you should be in the market five years ago getting the last five years of upside because you should have been preparing for the worst and basically securing retirement with safer investments anyway so let's say that a bear market happened when it should happen historically two or three years ago when the market went down fifty percent and now it's on its leg back up do you realize you be lower if history would have taken its normal cycle you be lower right now than we are right there we are even with the recent dourada so again when it looks at the overall scheme of things you're looking at market cycles we're still at a decent exit point I know people would say Jeff you're crazy just because the market was way over valued and you didn't get a surplus or didn't get a huge bonus on your exit doesn't mean it was realistic and doesn't mean that you're you have to wait till the market's overvalued again if you wait till the market is fairly valued at where it was before it might take ten years so you know you gotta keep all those things in consideration you have to take your own situation into your under consideration you have to try to put greed on the side you know there's a saying pigs get fat hogs get slaughtered when we stay in the market and we're hell bent stand in the market just because we can't bear to sell lower than it was at one time even though we're still selling at a gain and even though we're in an okay position that we can still make a decent retirement plan with guaranteed income by moving some of what we have still in the market off the table and letting the rest ride is still a smarter plan than being greedy and losing more money if that should happen nobody knows when they're going to get sick nobody knows when they're going to need a nursing home are you gonna get sick when the markets up when the markets down I will tell you that were mostly stressed out more when the market's down and that's when we get sicker more often that's made in thirty years of watching this I have more sick clients a more clients that die when the market's horrible when the economy isn't doing well or stressed out period so take care yourself take everybody take care of your emotions take care your money let us help you if you'd like but you know sometimes maybe you just need a little bit of churning said Hey it's okay not to get out at the all time record high it's okay to secure gains if it makes your life peaceful and livable in a good comfortable fashion for the rest of your life so you don't.

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"mesa arizona" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"mesa arizona" Discussed on KOMO

"Memo to Nicholas of mesa Arizona if you're gonna steal beer from a convenience store as police say you did then try to rotate your target store don't steal dozens of cases of beer over eight days from the same store but then you know that now the state of Indiana is still trying to sort out the case of three men involved in a fight in a fast food parking lot after a night of drinking which left two of them with gunshot wounds did I mention that all three are in the end the judges although temporarily suspended judges with a nationwide shortage of school referees and umpires Wisconsin is considering a law under which loud mouth parents and others could face up to a ten thousand dollar fine and my months in jail for harassing sports officials from our it's about time department memo to Otis late them and rustle sparks of flow would Mississippi the state lottery commission says when submitting a winning lottery ticket it's best not to submit tickets with the winning numbers glued on but then you know that now to one Phoenix driver you might be the H. O. V. lanes with American I would recommend it but you might however you will not be the H. O. V. lanes by parking in your front seat a skeleton but then you know that now in Trenton New Jersey Scott to Rome has lost his court fight in even though we argue that it looked cool he still has to pay for a ticket and the one hundred thirty nine dollar penalty for fixing his motorcycle license plate upside down if you don't give emergency vehicles enough room on the road you get a ticket and that's what happened in Waukesha Wisconsin to the driver of the Oscar Mayer Wiener mobile we understand they Wisconsin sheriff's deputy gave him for quite a grilling and Lancaster Kentucky police report Raymond pace call them to report stolen property when they got to his house police say pace told me wanting to get arrested so he could be with his girlfriend they said no each of the cop they still said no so we showed the drug paraphernalia that did the trick the off beat I'm Jim Bohannon America in the morning.

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"mesa arizona" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"mesa arizona" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Come to my hybrid parent meetup group you can check out my website at hybrid mother dot com and I'd love to hear the rest of your story because your story is much like many my thousands of women that have experienced it so it's really interesting and I'd I'd like to have some follow up questions so that we can kind of get to the you know means and then try to understand that better thank you so much for sharing absolutely Carol Ann Geraldine's links are right there add to coast to coast AM dot com thank you for that let's go to let's go to Stacey in mesa Arizona Stacy Europe next. hello hi Stacey is not there's going to first time Sergio in orange California Sergio Europe next. hi hi Julia thank you for taking my call okay I had a question if she's never heard of this experience with which I had it to such an upon seeing light in room in ways where should know shine. I was in a garage one day just sitting down smoking a cigarette before I went to bed. and I wouldn't really folks somewhere where those of smoking. and I thought laser red laser light appear before me the way it appeared was a really distinctive it shook when it first got there and then it focusing instead still. I I saw this and I thought maybe it was it was one of my sisters someone playing a prank or some or something there wasn't really to folks like I said where was and then it started to go away from me well what did you think happened Sergio. I'll get to that so it went away for me it started to go away from me slowly.

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"mesa arizona" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"mesa arizona" Discussed on KOMO

"Get the east marginal in the north ninety nine that stays busy today about diagonal and the west Seattle bridge with the slow drive from admiral to I five our next couple traffic at seven forty for a look at the weather here Seth lane of the come forecast it'll remain plenty sunny out there throughout much of the day today that's going to help get those temperatures up to the low eighties could be an enjoyable one in a warm one sue before we start to cool down but rapidly cool down tomorrow will only be in the upper sixties as a mostly cloudy sky rolls through this new batch energies gonna produce some scattered rain are going for a partly cloudy but dry your end of the week have a great rest your day I'm settling in a coma whether some gorgeous morning sunshine it's fifty six in downtown Seattle right now come on his time seven thirty six of the former owner of a defunct Seattle area pro soccer team is defending himself against sexual assault charges Dion Earl once owned the can't based Seattle impact of the major arena soccer league now two former babysitters in mesa Arizona it's a girl sexually assaulted them girl took the stand to deny doing anything wrong did you get a massage or I gave her a very little just on our back that says dance team members with the Seattle impact accused Earl of sexual misconduct in twenty fourteen The Seattle Times reports Kirkland police have re opened an investigation into hurls alleged two thousand nine rape of a massage parlor attendants a fifty nine year old Lynnwood woman is in jail accused of trying to lower a four year old child away from family police say the attempt at luring happened at an event near the admins waterfront Sunday night couples Michelle Esteban was in the courtroom yesterday when that woman Tracy Richards faced a judge police accuse Richards.

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"mesa arizona" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"mesa arizona" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Implicit bias training is working in fact we talked to rank and file police officers in mesa arizona which is a department that is you know i think by all accounts you know if you look at the high profile incidents there. It is a troubled police department but we talked to rank and file officers. There's there who told us that they thought that implicit bias training was just a big show and was not helping the situation <hes> and it was part of somebody's somebody's agenda and it made all white police officers look as if they are <hes> racist so they did not like implicit bias training. We also went due to <hes> saint louis metro p._d. And the city of saint louis and we talked to officers there who say they don't even remember taking implicit bias training even though the police police department officials told us that it is mandatory for them to take it so that is one aspect of the training really that has you know there are questions about whether it's really making a difference well wesley bill. Would you like to respond to what jeff is found in his reporting. I i agree. I think that and i would just add the caveat that <hes> what we know is that with many of these trainings it depends on the commitment from the department often top-down if a if a chief insists and makes really mandatory that people not only <hes> take these trainings but embrace if these trainings and they're evaluated based on these types of trainings you'll see more of an of a positive impact with things like implicit bias but if it's just sit in front of the of of the computer and and get your hours in then yeah you're right you're not going to <hes> get the type of impact that we would <hes> wanna get and so <hes> with the eighteen thousand police departments in the country. There's no way to measure who is actually taking this seriously and who isn't and so that's going to be a hard thing to measure but i think the fact that we're seeing more of it is a is a positive but we have to make sure that <hes> our leadership in law enforcement understands how important these types of trainings are. Let's go to call derek calling from waterbury connecticut derek. You're on the air. I feel that <hes> a lot of you have to do with the law. The law allows the lack the necessary up the need to use deadly force it so lax that even me and i feel like i'm the michael ferguson. I'm that person that's most likely to be pulled over and ask for my my registration license and i reached my back pocket to be at my life. I'm construct just that easy because the law allows them to say i thought he was reaching for a gun and another man running with his back turned and he's getting shot back. Would it back to them. The law allows that and we chase the police officer he's only doing what the law allows him to do when he can do it because his training and it's just wipe back in the slavery days when when they turned the dogs loose on the runaway slave he wasn't it wasn't illegal for him to do that is illegal right now with the shooter derek. Thank you so much for your call wesley bill..

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"mesa arizona" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

09:45 min | 3 years ago

"mesa arizona" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"She is the pride of mesa Arizona and also now the entire United States of America and why not she's the author of chase your dreams where all books are sold and is in town for part of or what we're going to see this weekend at the Rose Bowl the first of a five game victory tour for the U. S. women's national team great to see you junior thanks for having me a pleasure congrats thank you I am so excited for you to be here it's not funny because what you and your your teammates did was so amazing what in the world was it like to actually do it I'm a ways at it seems like it was so long ago now like a she's been really like surreal right but it was a really special group for many reasons on the field off the field I'm and two thousand fifteen was amazing I love that World Cup but this one was so different in so many ways and yeah it's been amazing the support has been amazing so I'm on cloud nine you should be on on it we we I was on cloud nine ever this we were all on cloud nine watching so different how just because you were you were younger it was your first one in twenty fifteen yeah I think in two thousand fifteen I like didn't think I was gonna play in the World Cup in the house and I was a starter was like so excited you seemed happy to be there and didn't really like you know my first big major tournament with the national team and I was like well this is great like we're in the finals like this happen all the time kind of any kind of just you know don't I took it for granted I think I just was really excited to be there and until nineteen I was like wow like four years I've gone through a lot my career through adversity I think I just have a different perspective and just kind of every game I took it like slowly I mean try enjoyed every practice every meal like everything I really just wanted to soak it all in and how much of the conversation about your team was seeping into your bubble the conversation so I don't really have the media so for size on the outside of everything I know that we're but to be honest I don't really know anything in my yeah so it's kind of nice to have that bubble it's I mean we kind of created ourselves starting on our send off series right and so you don't really know anything that's going on and all you know is you kind of only think and talk and everything soccer and we have a job to do every time we go up there and help you stay focused so you really didn't hear anything about your comments about your demeanor in beating Thailand and anything you're going to hear some things in there I mean how do I want to have the how to how to get passed along to the team just through you in areas of of I know we have family there and Mike obvious they're probably on as well but then you have media there that when you go through that ask you questions like did you hear this ever so then you you kind of I mean not going to completely not hear anything but I think now like I've been long enough in my professional career travel to just have be able to carve out my it's like I need to play in separate and so what what one of the I guess conversations or criticisms that you that you did here was the surprising to you the most that were just that you were you were like come on I'm probably the Thailand one to be honest I would like you to be honest great okay the trial is why were you surprised by that I think in a tournament factor like everything matters on points to be able to get through where you go and I mean it everything goes off where you get out how much days of rest you get I mean a tournament is kind of that whole aspect in you know you talk about kind of being a team to push to support for to continue to get better and wanting to make women's soccer you know keep pushing boundaries of what it can be and you you kind of people are all eyes are on you to do that and you know you play every for it like the next world cups every four years so I was kind of more so surprise before like shocked that we wanted to score as many goals you can regardless of who we are playing like I didn't make that you know I didn't choose who we got to play I didn't use any of that but you know my job is to go there in and play I sense that you were laying down a calling card for everybody that here we come this is our first match everyone's wondering okay certainly knowing that France was going to be on your radar screen not just as the country but you as an opponent but you were basically just laying on a calling card for everybody in the tournament this time I think in every single game I mean we were the lot I think we were the last game of the tournament I believe so we just sat and watched games I think the anticipation of we couldn't wait to play do you play on a Tuesday took for it took for yeah right I think it was like we were like I'm pretty sure we were the last game of that the first like the rounds and so you're just your air anticipation is is insane we were feeling really really good we had really good send off games the vibe was really good with the team ever was like super excited so yeah I mean we we wanted to for sure we knew it was gonna be easy at all we had really hard games coming into it and I mean throughout the entire tournament teams are very good so I think regardless like we prepared as if we prepare we will provide the exact same whoever whoever we play Juilliard's here on the rich Eisen show two time World Cup champion also gold medalist you've got chase your dreams a book right here what do you want people to learn from this book right here Julie that was really fun to write it's basically I could reflect alter my it's a preteen Bucks so kind of for kids to be able to learn a little bit more about my journey kind of what I learned throughout my career my journey my faith and yeah it's been it was really cold of the reflector everything of how my career is gone a lot of people a lot of excess of kids that want to you know we my she's only seen me during the game and don't really know how I grew up through this border when I've gone through adversity how did you grow through the sport because so many people I mean I'm one of them too yeah I just showed you a picture of my daughter a five year old who's just getting into a wire so right now and I don't know if you know the exploits of the electric bees of the local AYSO here got out of the red hot chilli peppers okay is that what you well as my first when I was five so how does one get from a red hot chili pepper or an electric be to where you are right now I mean I just cultivating your love for the game I mean I had amazing coaches I talked in there about you know I wanted so much I would just go out on my own I wanted to just train as much as possible and I was eager to be challenged and pushed in a healthy way to be able to love it I think being able to learn through adversity when that hit as well is probably a big part of of the book as well and kind of about getting out of your comfort zone I went to a new team and just trying to be relatable to things that kids go through especially in sports and yeah so's it was cool do girls females have to do with it you can't aspect that boys men don't do that well now we're trying to change that I felt like we've been able to expression I'll touch with our team as well which has been so amazing to be a part of just I'm this is my seventh year with the national team in just the growth of soccer in the states alone both men and women but how many young girls want to play as well to Stephen pay that to be able for it to be a possibility because I grew up I don't even know if a professionally it was impossible for me to play in right unless I went overseas and now you have the end of a cell here which is amazing the rate of fifty year with that correct cracked a ha and so that's huge you'll see young girls while I could I could be a professional here in my country to be able to play in a in and perform in in obviously if you have one I'm based in Chicago so young girls that calm like you can play in your own home town and so I think just the the possibilities and opportunities where that word our team is trying to you know gives it is huge well and then let's get to the the statement from U. S. soccer that came out just on Wednesday crunching the numbers over the last ten years of the U. S. soccer in the commitment towards the U. S. men's national team in U. S. women's national team and I'll just read here from twenty ten through twenty eighteen US soccer's as it paid women more than the man what do you I know that you are part of a lawsuit suing for equal pay what do you make of U. S. soccer statement that was put out yesterday Julie channel like very aware of what I'm saying I well one I think for us it's growing both on off the field I think the direct comparison you're giving it's very we have a different amount of games we play a year different payment strategy so eight I'm trying to like figure out the best way it's basically we're doing everything that we can to kind of show and prove I get them so I think of course they're gonna come out with a statement by so it's would you say fuzzy math is that what is that what you're saying right now I don't I just I just want to you know obviously this came out yesterday I'm totally info rooting for you and you heard the chance of equal pay from the fans yes very rare that you hear fans chanting the words equal pay from the stands or anything like that yeah so what do you think that US soccer is working towards actually rectifying something because they basically say the things already rectified Julie now I mean I think it their steps to getting there I mean we this is a step obviously with the lawsuit is just a step toward sign in a line to get that and that's what we're going towards.

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"mesa arizona" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

12:40 min | 3 years ago

"mesa arizona" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"She is the pride of mesa Arizona and also now the entire United States of America and why not she is the author of chase your dreams where all books are sold and is in town for part of or what we're gonna see this weekend at the Rose Bowl the first of a five game victory tour for the U. S. women's national team great to see you junior thanks for having me a pleasure congrats thank you I am so excited for you to be here it's not funny because what you and your your teammates did was so amazing what in the world was it like to actually do it on I am a ways at it seems like it was so long ago now like it's just been really like surreal right but it was a really special group for many reasons on the field off the field I'm and she doesn't fifteen was amazing I love that World Cup but this one was so different in so many ways and yeah it's been amazing the support has been amazing so I'm on cloud nine you should be on on it we we I was on cloud nine ever this we were all on cloud nine watching so different how just because you were you were younger it was your first one in twenty fifteen yeah I think in two thousand fifteen I like didn't think I was going to play in the World Cup in the house and I was a starter was like so excited just and happy to be there and didn't really like you know my first big major tournament with the national team and I was like wow this is great like we're in the finals like this happen all the time kind of any kind of just you know don't I took it for granted I think I just was really excited to be there and until nineteen I was like wow like four years I've gone through a lot my career thread firstly I think I just have a different perspective and just kind of every game I took it like slowly I mean try enjoyed every practice every meal like everything I really just wanted to soak it all in and how much of the conversation about your team was seeping into your bubble the conversations I don't really have the media so for size on the outside of everything I know that we're but to be honest I don't really know anything in lately yeah so it's kind of nice to have that bubble it's I mean we kind of create it ourselves starting on our send off series right and so you don't really know anything that's going on and all you know is you kind of only think and talk and everything soccer and we have a job to do every time we go out there and help you stay focused so you really didn't hear anything about those comments about your demeanor in beating Thailand and anything you're going to hear some things in there I mean how different to have that how to get passed along to the team just through U. N. A.'s of of I know we have family there and Mike obvious they're probably on as well but then you have media there that when you go through that ask you questions like did you hear that's ever something you you kind of I mean not going to completely not hear anything but I think now like I've been long enough in my professional career travel to just have be able to carpet lives like I need to play in separate and so what what one of the I guess our conversations or criticisms that you that you did here was the surprising to you the most that we're just that you were you were like come on I'm probably the Thailand one to be honest I would like you to be honest great okay it's Alison why were you surprised by that I think in a tournament factor like everything matters on points to be able to get through where you go I mean it everything goes off where you get out how much days of rest you get I mean a tournament is kind of that whole aspect in you know you talk about kind of being a team to push to support for to continue to get better and wanting to make women's soccer you know keep pushing boundaries of what it can be and you you kind of people are all eyes are on you to do that and you know you play every for it like the next world cups every four years so I was kind of more so surprise before like shocked that we wanted to score as many goals you can regardless of who we are playing like I didn't make that you know I didn't choose who we got to play I didn't use any of that but you know my job is to go there and play I sense that you're laying down a calling card for everybody that here we come this is our first match everyone's wondering okay certainly knowing that France was going to be on your radar screen not just as the country but you as an opponent but you were basically just laying on a calling card for everybody in the tournament I am I think in every single game I mean we were the last I think we were the last game of the tournament I believe so we just sat and watched games I think the anticipation of we couldn't wait to play do you play on a Tuesday took for it took forever yeah right I think it was like we were like I'm pretty sure we were the last game of that the first like the rounds so you're just you're Aaron has a patient is is insane we are feeling really really good on we had really good send off games the vibe was really good with the team ever was like super excited so yeah I mean we we wanted to for sure we knew it was going to be easy at all we had really hard games coming in it and I mean throughout the entire tournament teams are very good so I think regardless like we prepared as if we prepare we we provide the exact same whoever whoever we play Julie arts here on the rich Eisen show two time World Cup champion also gold medalist you've got chase your dreams a book right here what do you want people to learn from this book right here Julie I was really find a right it's basically I could reflect alter my it's a preteen Bucks so kind of for kids to be able to learn a little bit more about my journey kind of what I learned throughout my career my journey my faith and yeah it's been it was really cold in the reflector everything of how my career is gone a lot of people a lot of expression kids that want to you know be my she's only seen me during the game and don't really know how I grew up through this border when I've gone through adversity how did you grow through this work is so many people I mean I'm one of them too yeah I just showed you a picture of my daughter a five year old who's just getting into a wire so right now and I don't know if you know the exploits of the electric bees of the local A. Y. SO here got out of the red hot chilli peppers okay is that what you as my first when I was five so how does one get from the Red Hot Chili Peppers or an electric be to where you are right now I mean I just cultivating your love for the game I mean I had amazing coaches I talking there about you know I wanted so much I would just go out on my own I wanted to just train as much as possible and I was eager to be challenged and pushed in a healthy way to be able to love it I think being able to learn through adversity when that hit as well is probably a big part of of the book as well and kind of about getting out of your comfort zone I went to a new team and just trying to be relatable to things that kids go through especially in sports and yeah so's it was cool to girls females have to do with it you can't aspect that boys men don't do that well now we're trying to change that I felt like we've been able to expression I'll touch with our team as well which has been so amazing to be a part of just I'm this is my seventh year with the national team in just the growth of soccer in the states alone both men and women but how many young girls want to play as well just even pay that to be able for it to be a possibility because I grew up I don't even know if a professionally it was impossible for me to play in right unless I went overseas and now you have the end of a cell here which mazing fifty year with that correct cracked a ha and so that's huge you'll see young girls while I could I could be a professional athlete here in my country to be able to play in in and perform in in obviously if you have one I'm based in Chicago so young girls that calm like you can play in your own home town and so I think just the the possibilities and opportunities where that word our team is trying to you know give it is huge well and then let's get to the the statement from U. S. soccer that came out just on Wednesday crunching the numbers over the last ten years of the U. S. soccer in the commitment towards the U. S. men's national team in U. S. women's national team and I'll just read here from twenty ten three twenty eighteen US soccer's as it paid women more than than than what do you I know that you are part of a lawsuit suing for equal pay what do you make of U. S. soccer statement that was put out yesterday Julie or China like very aware of what I'm saying I well one I think for us it's growing both on off the field I think the direct comparison you're giving it's very we have a different amount of games we play a year different payment strategy so eight I'm trying to like figure out the best way it's basically we're doing everything that we can to kind of show and prove I get them so I think of course they're gonna come out with a statement by so would you say fuzzy math is that what is that what you're saying right now I don't know your mouth I just I just want to you know obviously this came out yesterday I'm totally in rooting for you and you heard the chance of equal pay from the fans yes very rare that you hear fans chanting the words equal pay from the stands or anything like that yeah so what do you think that US soccer is working towards actually rectifying something because they basically say the things already rectified Julie now I mean I think at their steps to getting there I mean we have this is a step obviously with the lawsuit is just a step toward sign in a line to get that and that's what we're going towards I think I didn't really quite understand it too much reading it so I think already ten times I couldn't understand yeah so I think it's just kind of keeps going through it but I mean we know or standing up for collectively so and the and the the man came out and supported you them the U. S. men's national team yeah said that so that that that that okay I don't want to get on the you're being very diplomatic on this front right now you try trying Julie or two year on the rich Eisen show I know that the U. S. Congress invited the team to come and go to Washington DC is that is that still in the plan's best you can tell or I've I heading into the team everyone flies in today for the game because you have so I see no idea I mean I time I am going home yet so no kidding I I don't even know the last ever was the parade in the espys that was but yeah last night it rained and I don't even go to the espys I couldn't do another flight so I tapped out I could go you know you know what you're join my club since I left ESPN sixteen years ago you know my my my last visitation was lost at first and second of your so that the last time you saw everybody was at the parade yeah and and we've had our a couple and we sell games I've seen a few here and there but like okay I I don't even so is that something that you're gonna discussing or something like that do you think or yeah maybe I can come in I don't know okay but you're all getting together at the Rose Bowl this this weekend right Saturday okay yes Saturday okay and coach Ellis made an announcement what I guess is been privately discussed is that she's going to after this five friendly if you will tour she's done as the coach of the US women's national team I give you the floor and Coachella some what she's done for you guys yeah I she's the most winningest coach obviously and hadn't had a tremendous career and I mean she's been two time world champion coach as well and I'm sure by no means is is it in it's a difficult side job for sure I mean you're constantly in the light as well so kind it came as a surprise for me to me I did I mean I guess when you're in the environment I mean it's just so much that you're asked to from but I mean she's been great in I've I haven't really talked I just found out based on the same time no kidding everyone else did so do you have any idea who might be in line for the next year I could even give you I I literally like when you say how to talk to anyone sense like I guess like if I came here tomorrow then I probably better I mean really even talk to anyone I mean the news just kind of came out yesterday was it two days ago yeah pretty much yeah so again I haven't even okay so the band the band get back together rose gold and I I'll ask this question here because the radio audience hadn't heard before you've never play in the Rose Bowl for how is your first time to the rules right yeah I.

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"mesa arizona" Discussed on KGO 810

"Vince before we go to the phones. I wanna talk about some successes so close to home here, groom lake. We can now talk about it. You can talk about it. And some of the people who work, there are able to come forward and talk about it the U2. the Blackbird programs. Eight twelve twelve and SR, seventy-one spectacular successes, a lot of those, those particular airplanes built by Lockheed and, you know, they helped us win the Cold War, but not everything that went on out there was a success. And you discuss one of those projects, I think it was called tag board, right? Yeah. Piggyback, no pun intended off of the eight twelve program. The idea behind this was to create a supersonic drone that would literally go on the back of the twelve and be launched at supersonic speeds. And fly mainly into China because. If the seventy eight twelve program actually flew over the Soviet Union and take pictures of Neri hard to get to places like where the Chinese actually tested their nuclear weapons. And then give us those pictures back remotely and this program, you know, made a ton of sense. It was designed by the same people that designed, the YouTube, yes or seventy one this is Kelly Johnston, Lockheed skunkworks, and sadly, it sailed in failed in a deadly way of the first combat launch launch under combat conditions of the what was called the d twenty one. Was tragic, it, basically got caught up in the jet wash of the seventy one or the, the mother ship and smashed down into it in up disintegrating, the mother aircraft to wear both pilots jetted, but one, unfortunately, died in the crash on it, basically more than likely what happened is, she was either knocked out or his suit was damaged to the point when he hit the water, he drowns, not really what killed that program. They try to resurrect it by dropping the drone up the bottom of fifty two but it's never had the success that it was intended to supposed to be a supersonic drone on the back of supersonic aircraft, and it would have been the stealthy assed thing ever created up to that point where when it finally did do one test, run successfully over the Chinese. They had no idea. It was there. It was completely invisible to radar. Well, you know, those guys from skunkworks of have been more successful successful, more often than they haven't for sure. I think about the SR seventy one, which is the most awesome plane. You know, my favorite plane, the guys who worked on those blackbirds say the twelve was even better faster. Yeah. They special person to strap yourself into one of those and goes zipping over China or the Soviet Union. I mean my gosh. Well, you have to be a special person to be the first person to do it. Right. I mean I mean. Hey, you know, you're going to get the plane and don't matter don't mind, the fact that the fuel is leaking out the back of the aircraft because it did because the field tanks and seal on the ground, they sealed up in the air, when you reached out the toot and speed, and that was a quirky little design feature of the aircraft don't mind that, and, yeah, you're gonna to faceted anyone's ever flown before the atmosphere. And yes, sure have fun. But the crazy thing is that it was completely successful. This is crappy ass or seventy one that broke the, the air speed record flying to be retired when it flew from what it from the west coast of east coast. It broke the record of how fast you got there on the way to be retired. So this is this is one Helvin aircraft. And, and the, the men and women who worked on, on the Blackbird say the twelve was even faster. Yeah. Actually had a higher ceiling fly higher. It just. Yeah. It's the I basically eight twelve CIs variant of the aircraft or seventy one was the air force, variant and CIA gave up the program for the air force until the seventy one became the operational variant that continued to fly until the end of the Cold War. We'll take a couple of calls, and I got some other questions that come back to east of the Rockies Brian in Indianapolis. Hi, brian. Hey, george. Good evening. Yeah, you're hoping. Hey, how are you? Hey, I was kinda curious about Vietnam war about the era America part of the uh, or the CIO ration- kinda gotta the shady stuff that they were kinda maybe so shared with you know what they did. Or do you have any any stories that you could tell us, and it's kind of a sidebar wonder why Castro was so hard to you don't? Take my ear George topic. I think it sounds like that. Nothing off the table. I mean they just wanted to do. Thank you anything that great topic, and I love it. You guys have good evening. Thanks, brian. Yeah. I think I think he got it. Right. Nothing was off the table. I mean, this is a time during over to the Cold War, where there was no idea, too crazy things were completely entertaining. And, and civil airports, the air America was started as a way to critic front company to allow Seattle operate in the southeast Asian region. Even actually before the US was fully involved in Vietnam. Certainly while we were as well. It's easy to kind of complete southeast Asian, a one thing that idea that there was a war that congress had authorized inside of Vietnam, but not authorized inside of Laos and Cambodia. The problem was a lot of the stuff was happening inside love and Cambodian. Clean human trail wet through both countries and the CIA operate all over the region and do it without anyone really knowing it within the black budget. So you're America was very handy for that. I it's not all that different than what we're doing today with bringing in contractors bring in people who are tied to these agencies, but not directly hired by these agencies. This is kind of an early version of that. Why was cast a hard to kill us? Good at St. alive. He didn't let anything get him. You have tasters had body doubles. He had people who were making sure that he was protected at all times. And plus we tried. All the weird ways right? We didn't try the simple ways. I don't know what the right one kill the guy. Well, we almost five about the read the book find out, how that story went he must have been lucky to some extent, too. Oh, sure, I mean, this is not the compare apples and oranges in much as you hate Fidel. He's hitler. He think of kind of how Hitler was lucky threatens life of there was something like fifty assassination attempts Adolf Hitler, and he survived every one of them. And it was some of his blind luck sometimes like you know, he moves three steps over that protected them from the bomb that went off, and, and, and she was somewhat similar feels not responsible for six million deaths in the holocaust, but Castro certainly hated by many people. Maybe there was, and he was lucky in many circumstances. Also where he just wasn't the right place at the right time or not in the wrong place at the long time he's able to do live as long as he did west of the Rockies Daryl in Mesa, Arizona. Hey Daryl, you're on with Vince Houghton. Hi, george. Thank you. Dr houghton. And I was wondering if you remember from the late seventies, I feel like I'm experiencing Mandela effect because I seem to be the only one who remembers this. But in the late seventies, I remember the CIA being caught red-handed in the drug trade, and then profiting from bringing dogs in the United States, states. Do you remember that? So there, there are a lot of stories about this. They're actually some several really good books about this and there were not just in the late. Seventies goes actually into the nineteen eighties, as well where there's a lot of this understanding about this, and actually everyone's right in everyone's along about this the same time, did the CIA physically help the cartels, bring drugs in the United States. Most of the evidence points to know. So anyone arguing that is probably stretching the evidence way too far into kind of conspiracy theory land. Now that being said, the CIA look the other way, while the cartels, moved brags, the United States almost certainly into the CIA look the other way as cartels made billions of dollars off of Americans in providing drugs and other things almost certainly now did they do it to be mean. It did it because in their justification. The cartels help to keep communist governments, taking over some of the central and South American countries. And so that was obviously the priority for the CIA in the seventies eighties in Latin America was to prevent a communist takeover. If you could help the cartels, maintain the power that they had over these governments, and look the other way while they set all this stuff up in the United States who was a bit of a symbiotic relationship, so not as crazy as literally bringing stuff in for them, but it's certainly not our finest hour as an intelligence agency, Daryl, thanks for the call. So vince. Is there any evidence that there was say during the Vietnam era of involvement in drug trade in the golden trail there as a way for CIA to have independent funds that money, that's not budgeted? So that that's another very common arguments. And I. I would I'd never seen evidence that they allowed this the prophet of this, basically looking at this abuse heroin from coming into the United States. That's not to say that, that the air America was not involved in helping reasonable assets. Move around see I always has a very healthy black budget, whether they need drugs or not so incessantly during Vietnam or just money money and money was pouring into the region. I've never seen any. Evidence such convinced me that the CIA needed to do this, in order to have money that could not be traced. Now were there, people who worked for CIA that were doing this to make extra money? Certainly there's certainly evidence to suggest that it's impossible at this point to, to tie them directly agency personnel. But again, -pedia prior to nineteen seventy five the CIA was the wild west. They basically did whatever the hell they felt like so anything's possible. First time caller. Ted in New York City. Good morning. Ted you so much. You know when you mentioned Hitler, he survived was never a sniper a long distance, sniper, try to take them outstanding in his car. I guess he liked out. I'll is. The seventy Valerie should have been dealt and would have been built. I know had drop them. But. I wish they didn't cancel it. Look what Russia has now a dime. Sound barrier bomber is going in South America. Dr. Thank you. I mean. Like half a Russian bombers are still propeller-driven right. They're still old, their foxtrot so bombers bombers. You're just a way to keep bomber pilot find I mean, what we're three by bombers, whether the hypersonic or anything else, you know, all start worrying about the Russians when they build better submarines. Also worrying about the Russians when they may have, you know, mobile and base missiles that I need to worry about. You can you can always down a bomber the reason that we still have B C to flying with air crews that are you'll have a single d fifty two pilot who is old as aircrafts, which is amazing to me, which is wonderful way of kind of keeping these things going. It's because it's their antiquated. Right. We're not gonna retire them because actually very useful for conventional war, but we're certainly not going to bring the b one back and actually making nuclear capable. That's another. There's no be one aircrafts flying in our entire. In our tire country that you can stick a new car, and they're all conventional specific. Now, the B two. And then, of course, the twenty one. These are just keep. Keep do you military complex and I'm using that to making seriously. It's just to keep people building bombers. Right. The idea is a single higher class. Ballistic missile submarine is enough to keep the Russians deterred. So I'm not worried about the b seventy program was cancelled as.

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"mesa arizona" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"mesa arizona" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You'll never get odds like this anywhere and route tickets to Hawaii Hawaii flies with us on Hawaiian airlines like Julie Parker. She was great. She was great. Good insight. She said she said she's still getting getting her bearings. I guess in the clubhouse, which you got some good insight from aircraft yesterday from Kabul the newer guys on the roster challenge for a woman to do this in sports. It really is to have her. She's a tough cookie. That was good stuff. Good insight from. Yeah. Yeah. Glad to have her there. Joining us now fella who sponsors are. Show and he's done this for a number of years, and I have beautiful pieces of furniture in Mesa Arizona from him and his bug deacon of heritage salvage. And I've got the the beautiful dining room table. I've got the benches. I've got the bookcase a desk and some very interesting looking credential that I'm not sure what's in there. But very nice. So I love it. It's great stuff. It's the most unique stuff you'll ever find anywhere. So glad to have you on the show. Well, thanks a lot Mardian. It's just really glad to be here for another baseball season. And you know, I'm lucky enough to be here in the sweet and can be our fronted me a a room at the handlery on the occasion of my seventieth year. And I I wanna give a shout out first of all to. Year after year the best team that gets fielded in baseball. And that is the team of announcers and people with the San Francisco Giants in KNB are I think you guys are just the best bar. None all over the planet. I appreciate.

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"mesa arizona" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

13:20 min | 3 years ago

"mesa arizona" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Arizona because I'll be doing my radio show this week from cubs camp at Sloan park in Mesa Arizona. So I got baseball in the mind, and I know that sometimes nationally. Baseball is not the driver in terms of interaction on Twitter and text and calls that football and basketball is, but I want to have a conversation kind of beyond just baseball off of this Bryce Harper contracts because I've seen. I've seen a conversation. Take place with some of my sports media, brethren and on social media that I feel like complicates a rather simple story. And it always happens because we deal with money in sports in a funny way. And so we see a deal, and it's thirteen years three hundred and thirty million dollars for Bryce Harper. And it's a record setting deal in terms of guaranteed dollars and people immediately turn to ask the question of what needs to happen for that contracts to be worth it for the Phillies. Isn't that answer? Unbelievably obvious. Is it quite simply win a title? That's it. Just one. Win a World Series. The contract was worth it. That's the goal of pro sports. It's the goal of all sports. But all sports don't have an even playing field, right? North western football doesn't have the same chance of winning and national championship is Ohio State football. Missouri doesn't have the same chance of winning. The SEC is Alabama. We understand that. In pro sports. The goal is to fly a banner for a championship. And people just twist themselves in knots into figuring out ways to quantify. They're like, well, I mean Bryce Harper already paying for his contract because the Phillies sold one hundred thousand tickets in a day. Bryce Harper already paid for his contract because fanatics is reporting that a record number of one day jersey sales happen for the Bryce Harper. Cool. Great that helps make money. But that's not what we're doing here in pro sports. And by the way, John Middleton. The owner of the Phillies doesn't even want you to be judging it that way. This is what he said when asked about how is negotiations with Scott Boris, Bryce, Harper's agent, wet. Quote. I said Scott. I'm not interested in talking about marketing dollars tickets sold billboards concessions. There's only one reason I'm talking to you. And that's because I believe this guy can help us win. That's all I care about. I said I've made enough in my life. I don't need to make more. My franchise value has risen dramatically over the last twenty five years. I don't need it to rise more. If it does fine. I'm here to win. And I think your guy can help me win end quote. Now, what is the billionaire owner believes that or not it is remarkably refreshing because I think people sometimes because they? Are jealous or jocks sniffers or they resent that they don't get paid twenty six million a year for their beer league softball game. Or they think if they're varsity coach just would have recognized their talents. They would have gotten a shot in the big leagues or whatever it is. I don't get why people are jealous of the money that athletes make they earn it period. Full stop one hundred percent, they earn. It your salaries what someone is willing to pay you. Revenues of these sports are skyrocketing television contracts are skyrocketing player salaries are skyrocketing accordingly and frankly in baseball, they're not skyrocketing accordingly enough revenues have been going up percentage of revenue that's gone to players over the last fifteen years has actually gone down from about forty nine percent of revenue to now forty percent of revenue is in salaries for players. So while their salary is going up, and why the contracts are huge in their guaranteed. They're actually underpaid. But people don't. I'd like to hear that. But beyond that the goal of pro sports to win a championship. And I get the Phillies a tough town. And that if Bryce Harper wins the World Series this year, and then he and if he doesn't win a World Series in the next twelve years, and then he goes over thirty at the plate in twenty twenty two even if there's a banner flying out there. He'll be booed in Philly. But that doesn't mean that the contract wasn't worth it. I got I got an honest question. I wanna know if you think that Bryce Harper needs to do anything other than win one World Series the justify that contract but separately to bring it beyond baseball in Philadelphia. Is there an example in pro sports? Act. And he's been bad. He's been a one two three war player worth a couple of wins mainly because of his base running and his superb gold glove caliber defense in right field. But he can't hit. He's got no power. And he's a corner outfielder. Two thousand sixteen cubs laps the field on the division. They were a wire-to-wire champion, and they Jason Hayward's one or two or three wins that he contributed based on war was not the difference in them winning or losing the National League central. And it probably wasn't the difference with them winning a World Series. And because his contract is twenty three million a year. It was largely contributed to them not being able to get in on the bidding for Bryce Harper this year. So if there was ever an example of yeah. You want a championship with the player, but he was overpaid. And he didn't really contribute. All that much had been in down the road his contract hurt. His team's ability to sign it. It would be a cubs fan about Jason Heyward. But I still think the contract is worth it. And not just because he gave the speech during the rain delay of game seven against the Indians, though that definitely had something to do with it. But because who knows? I'm a process over results guy, except when you win a championship. Right. Joe madden. Bungled the game seven of the World Series and his bullpen management and in game six of the World Series with using urologist Chapman. When the cubs were up. All those runs. They still won the World Series. That doesn't mean you don't talk about it that doesn't mean that it's something that you think about the Joe Madden. But it's okay to play the results when you win the first World Series in one hundred and eight years. Joel Madden was a good manager. They won the World Series. Jason Hayward's contract was worth it. He was on the team that won the World Series. Who knows maybe if Jason Heyward isn't on that team. The chemistry is off they lack leadership their worst defensively something else happens and they don't win. Who knows all I know is with Joe Madden. They won the World Series with Jason Heyward. They won the World Series. Therefore, both of their contracts were worth it because they won a championship. So this idea that like, oh, the phillys need to win three World Series and thirteen years. Oh, he needs to sell x number of tickets or x number jerseys. What are you an economist Darren reveal the goals to win a championship period. The Phillies have won two World Series. They've been playing baseball for a hundred and thirty six years nineteen eighty they wanted to thousand nine that's it. I was thinking about Yankees fans razzing. Okay. So I'm a cubs fan. It was one hundred and eight year drought Hayward's contracts still worth it to me because they want it with them. And even if it costs down the road, they want it with them. That's enough for me. Phillies to titles in one hundred thirty six years. I'd imagine it would just be one for that. So I was thinking, okay. Who's the most spoiled fan base in the sport who seem the most winning, obviously, it's the Yankees fans. Right. You know Yankee fan, you know, that they're arrogant whatever's sorry, Mike Zimmerman my EP back in New York diehard Yankee fan, but. You got twenty seven titles. One of those twenty seven titles came with a rod. A came with a ten year contract. It also ended really poorly lots of drama lots of scandal. The biogenesis investigation steroids the talker paying out millions of dollars in bonuses. When he hit benchmarks on the all time home run list leaving in shame. All sorts of stuff. You think there's a Yankee fan in the world who would rather have twenty six series titles, and no Iran or have gone through all that stuff with erotic given him the ten year deal and have a twenty-seven title. Mike Zimmerman your Yankee fan. Turn on that Mike you want twenty six titles in no way, rod twenty seven titles with a rod with the contract and with the headache. I mean, it's it's hard to imagine any Yankee fan out there saying they would rather have twenty six without rod. I mean. Yeah. There was a lot going on off the field and the whole drama and everything him jeeter the whole steroid thing. But you gotta twenty-seven title. And is now what it comes down to in terms of sports. It's about winning championships and the Yankees go in with Iran, and he was a huge reason why they got that twenty seven title. It's it. It's that simple. There is not much more that needs to be discussed five. Just I'm genuinely curious. I don't know the ins and outs of every team in every situation. But is there a Philly fan out there with it when they sign that Bryce Harper contract are immediately like one World Series is not enough. To justify one World Series would be enough. If it was a two hundred and twenty million dollar contract for three hundred and thirty million in must be too. Is there a single Philly's fan that actually thinks that because the owner of the Phillies doesn't seem to think that the Yankee fan with twenty seven World Series? Doesn't seem to think that the cubs fan who had one hundred and eight year drought doesn't think I can't imagine. You know, what what World Series not enough why because of an arbitrary number because it's more than three hundred million because it's more than ten years. I don't get it. Honestly, if you think that Bryce Harper needs to do more than win one World Series the validate that contract I'd love to hear from you. And by the way, conversely, he could have five MVP trophies and win a few Pence. And if he doesn't win a World Series, you'll be like damn. Get everything out of that Bryce Harper contract that we could have wanted. Now, he would have lived up to his end of the bargain, but it's a zero sum game in pro sports you either win a title or you don't. The vast majority of teams don't luck is a huge factor. Put you've got to win. And when you put all your chips in the middle of the table like the Phillies did with Bryce Harper. You're not playing for penance for division titles bites at the apple you're playing rings then banners? That's it. You're not playing for tickets sold in a day jersey sold in a day Darren rebel to you breakdown dollars per plate appearance against median household income of Philadelphia. No point for hairstyles. That's that's all part of it in the entertainment and the fun, and you can have fun watching Bryce Harper in time when he doesn't win the title. But and you can boom by the way after he wins the title. But it is zero sum you either win or you lose its pro sports. So I'd love to know if people think that Bryce Harper needs to do more than one World Series to live up to that contract at eight five five four two two seven. And also is there a guy on your team and your sport who helped you win one title? But you didn't feel like his contract was worth it. I gave you the example. And you heard from Yankee fan, I gave you the Jason Heyward example. And you're hearing from a cub fan right now. I'd love to know the example of the contract of the guy who won a title that wasn't worth it. Eight five five four CBS because.

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"mesa arizona" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:56 min | 3 years ago

"mesa arizona" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Time to hook up with the great mardi. Larry who is in Arizona's spring training Marty. Of course, your pre and post game shows for the giants every weekend, a popular popular figure, and we're hooking up with with Marty right now, the the mayor of of may Mesa Arizona starting to every interview with what Marty thinks about about Bryce Harper. And once again, if you just joined us this morning looking for any news. The reports are now that Philly, and you know, where they get these obviously from from the agent from Scott Boras camp at Philly has made a big offer and going to pay him more than Washington's ten year thirty million. What do you say mardi the latest on Harper? What is the feeling with your boots on the ground air giant camp? Well, it's not happening here. I'll tell you that. I mean, that's pretty obvious that they brought in Cameron Mabon. They brought it par. They brought in Craig gentry and people like that. So it doesn't seem like they're getting ready for the emergence of Bryce Harper. So I think everyone's realistic here. I think Boris made his market and sorta threaten the Phillies are the nationals wherever he goes. But the feeling here is that Harper won't be with the Phillies. All right. Wow. That's interesting. Well, it makes sense. I mean, why why would he come here? Why would he come here? If you really think about it. I mean, west coast TNT's death on left handed hitters. He's going to need to average over thirty home runs a year for the next decade to make it to the hall. He cares about the hall. He probably can't get that here. You know, and not to mention I was looking at the World Series odds. There's only three teams above the Phillies as far as the best World Series odds. There's only six teams beneath the giants and as far as. You know longer odds of winning the World Series. So they're not, you know, you're not gonna maybe reach the hall. You're not gonna put up numbers and you're not gonna win. You know what I'm saying? It's like, why wouldn't he why wouldn't you pick fairly right? Well, let's as well. We've been talking about it mardi if it somehow it came down to hey, Brice really wants to return to the west. And yet the ballpark scares him for his numbers is home runs. All that. Would you think the giants would move the fences and a little bit for him? Absolutely not. There's no way, you know, they they love this ballpark. But I think the one thing we're we're forget he is the union this is there a number one guy and a proper settle for something less. The China's work in ten years. I don't believe it's going to go five years without an option to get out of it after three. So if your number one guy is getting low balled, what does it do to the rest of the union? The union is is very nervous right now about all this free agency stuff. So my feeling was Boris was never gonna ever lead. Harper signed for less than what he said he could get them. And I think it's important to the union. I really do. I think that's the one issue. I don't think it's the ballpark Italy. It's the west coast. I think it's the money. And I think it's a pressure from the unions to get the years for this Cup. Did you see Cameron maven? Larry, I just looked at. He's thirty two right? Ten th team. Right. He's moved around him. And if he if he were added to with par to be an outfield with Harper. That's exciting. But without Harper. I'll say this Marty if the giants will make a huge, you know, they they really didn't make a competitive offer and shame on them because the need for power is severe. They have Mu-chou deniro. I mean, the the franchise is worth three billion Forbes says they make four hundred and fifty million a year. Some margin. Milan-san are coming off the books next year. Pence is coming off the books this year cueto's coming off the books two years. They have no power to speak of, you know, no sex appeal as far as we know what the warriors moving in down the street. I mean, if they didn't make a huge effort to get him or I hope they're offer was as good or better than Philly, a Washington. And that if he's picking Philly it's just because he it's his call. If I find out that their offer was beneath. Then what the hell if you're a giants fan? That's gotta rub your wrong. Well, I don't think they were gonna go ten years. Look, I would love to have him here. Gary, and I would love to have if he signed a ten year contract. We'd worked for the next ten years calls forever. You know, we we we love it. But I think I'd get along with with the young ladies you have on your show on the weekend. Absolutely. Come on one's twenty eight one thirty five and I'm forty. Absolutely. But you know, let's face it. Didn't he get this job by selling? The ownership group of say, hey, let's go out and spend three hundred fifty million on Bryce Harper. And I think it's sort of spelling the giants lap because the market sort of fell apart Harper for whatever reason, but they're they're trying to build from the bottom up. And that's Hans deal. They've got very good pitching. I will tell you this pitching that I've seen down here. I think is very good. I mean, we got a terrific bullpen. They're going to have an outfield defense. You're going to have par out there. They're going to have Duggar and maybe a center if somebody. But they're gonna start playing better ball at home. And that's something that they want to do. So I think it's a Farhan way of building around the ball club and not going for that big splash. And the other thing is you have to see how these guys play. There's a question Mark every position. But let me ask you this Marty about again to answer. Larry's question to you. I think they really tried. I mean, like, well, we don't know that it's over yet. But when they sit down and they're negotiating with the with Boras. Like, they really said this is our priority. We gotta get it done. They have better. They were picked to finish last. Yeah. Or did. They just say, hey, we'll do it on our terms. And if we don't get him, we don't get him. But you know, what I'm saying mart? If you want to get somebody. Who'd you battle to the end. No, I don't think they're they're not in it for ten years and three hundred million. And I think that's where Washington was that sort of Phillies are and I think the giants got above the Padres down evolved. The other teams got involved to make the markets. And I just don't see the giants going ten years at three hundred million not with where they're at right now. They're the oldest team in baseball. They've gotta start getting younger players into this. He's twenty six. I mean, ten years puts him at thirty six Jesus. He'd be great. But how you got to build around. So I think they probably came in my guess is five years something like that. But I don't think they would go ten, and I think that's just the way they approach right now. I'd love to see somebody. It'd be great for for. They will be great for baseball in San Francisco. But I think the money is just something they're not gonna community think. Larry, Larry, Baer smart enough to know that people are not in a rubbing their hands together. Looking forward to the the middle of the road players that they're bringing in and Larry not ratings radio ratings. All this. Maybe I'm overdoing it. But I thought Larry Baer would say we need a drawing card. Let's go all out for this guy. Am I overstating bears power? No, not at all. And I think that's the they very reasonable way to look at it. And who knows? Looking he's at the podium wearing the Philly hat or the national hat or whatever had his on. There's always that hope. But it just doesn't seem like it's going the giants way with all the reasons you say, hey, you know, they made the drawing card they need us. So they've got their core. Guys coming back, and they've got all this fringe guys. They've got a bullpen got pitching. They've got the fence. And I think they understood twenty nineteen was not going to be a year. They're going to go for it. I having that is so short sighted. This franchise is drawn three million plus in seventeen of the nineteen seasons. The fans have done their part. They have done their part. You bought the team for whatever you bought it for it's worth three billion as in boy billion dollars. According to Forbes, they're making four hundred and fifty million annually if they want to they want to sit on their on their checkbook here. The fans are gonna do the same. Let me ask you this Marty. Let's spin it forward. Let's say Harper goes to. Philly. All right. He jumps to Philly. And he and the giants, you know, once again, holding the bag going in a new direction. What do you think? I mean is it is it a is it Jose Martinez from Saint Louis? Do you trade for Nick cast Alana's, somebody floated a couple of names this weekend that I think are interesting. Ian, Desmond Colorado will Myers San Diego. Somebody said Starling Martin pirates center fielder might be a trade option. What do you do? What is far hand? What direction is far Hongo if Harper says, no way. Well, I think he has to see who's healthy. I I mean, he's got belt coming back. He's got panic here Crawford. He's got some, you know, some people behind them. We could name the whole team today. I can tell you what the team's going to be probably right now. What's going to happen longoria? I don't see them making traits until he sees these guys on the steel to see what they can do. 'cause if yours came trading with why would you take a chance until you see the guys didn't see if they can play at least. So I think it's very quiet. Any may be panicked. Could go eighty Williamson could go maybe another outfielder. But I don't see them making a lot of moves. I gotta start playing the games and see how the injured guys are what's pose? That is Bumgarner look as some argue going to be able to pitches Milan-San back. I mean, they've got a million questions. And I don't mean he could start making moves until he sees what he's got on the field. And that's the start this Saturday. Let me throw a Cameron may Banat you talking with the great mardi Larry when you've been on. Now ten. Teams. And you're thirty two years of age is that something that we should get excited about a guy who listen he's earning eleven nobody's putting put him down for that more power to there's always a team for. But if you're in the giants position is this gigantic upgrade. Well, it becomes interesting because Duggar he can he can put with Doug or he can be a mentor to Duggar, and let's face it. When you look at them. This looks like an athlete he can play center field in this ballpark. And they gotta figure out a way to win forty eight or fifty games at home. And you get a guy like this. I think it's gonna be fun to see him play in the ballpark. But as far as you're right. It's career is one of those you know, he says a year here year there. I don't expect a lotta hitting, but I would see him as a platoon with Duggar, and that's bar hands way. Again. That's the dodger way, you know, and get as many advantages as you can. So maybe maybe able to give you something that you like a mardi one last one on the way out the door report over the weekend. Susan slaughter that Billy Owens is a a strong future GM candidate for the giants. What Farhan was introduced I talked to him after the press conference. I said, you know, any what do you think of Billy Owens, and he could not be more a few his praise and he. Basically told me right there that that Owens was his choice as the giants general manager, but somewhere along the line Billy bean said, no, no, no, no, no. I want this guy. We're keeping this guy. And so Billy Billy Owens remains in the as stable. What he did that story? Get any legs down there. Anybody commenting, what do you think of Billy Owens as the future GM?.

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"mesa arizona" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mesa arizona" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Ten from Mesa. Arizona. Find out what's going on with the cubs. And also something that we talked about this a little bit yesterday. But kind of gold I won't talk long form with Jesse about a changing of the guard. You know for some of us. We cannot stand change. Right. And I can't believe I've been doing this for such a long time. And now change is happening, and I can't handle it. Well changes. For the cubs because I know that I grew up with it, my father, my grandfather, we all grew up. Watching comes baseball on WGN channel nine next year. That won't be any cubs baseball on channel nine. Now. I know that there is no more super stations anymore because I grew up watching I grew up watching the Braves the Mets and the cubs on three different super stations and saw them on a regular basis that was just on basic cable. There you go. There's a little Mets baseball. There's there's the Braves and skip Carey in Arizona cubs. Of course. The White Sox is well they were on open air television as well in them channel three to channel forty four. When I was growing up. So all that was part of the mix when I was coming up. And so now, no more comes baseball channel nine. That's the difference. We'll talk to Jesse about that. And some of the things going on and Mesa coming up at eight ten tales from the hood stories of sports entertainment everything else in between. I don't even know what we have for tales from the hood. But I understand it's pretty hot. You can you can you confirm that tails will be hot tonight. It's going to be lit. Trains everybody. What the reports on tales from the hood and ninety minutes from now here. ESPN two thousand and then of course, oh, I had to look at the calendar to make sure this one is going to be a very interesting addition. Of something. Will you love to do every Thursday, nine o'clock?.

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"mesa arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"mesa arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Phoenix in Mesa. Arizona. It's the RV super show. Prices are slashed what a huge selection of new and used motor homes trailers fifth wheels dougans of dollars of RV's to choose from save on top names, like winnebago, Tiffin, Fleetwood, heartland and more congress of RV's have been moved to state farm stadium and all our price for immediate sale free admission and parking more information at RV show, USA dot com. The Orphee super show at state farm stadium. Now. Twenty sixteen four hundred and thirty one million opioids prescribed in Arizona, according to the state health department. That's a two and a half weeks. Apply for every man woman and child in the state. It's time to take action. Here's what you can do. I take opioids only as directed. And only needed talk to your doctor about other pain management options and be honest with your doctor about any alcohol or medications, you're using visit opiate affect as E dot com. To learn more as you're driving into work right now. Do you ever look at the clock and think what am I doing? Yes, it's painfully early. But that's the beauty of what you do. You wouldn't be up at this hour without a great reason. Maybe this is what you do to put your spouse your kids in a better financial situation. Maybe of dreams of greatness, whatever it is your driving the American economy by getting up right now and heading out to work and you've earned a taste of luxury. It's Doug from Doug. And wolf on the sports talk show host on our sister station, ninety eight seven FM Arizona's sport's station. And I'm up at this hour. So I know it's tough. But I know something that'll make this drive a lot better doing it. In a Cadillac real American luxury and Coulter Tempe has certified pre owned Cadillacs, but you might be surprised to find out are so affordable. I totally understand. If you're thinking I'm exhausted at the end of the day with the hours, I work. I don't want to deal with a car salesman at Coulter Cadillac Tempe. You can open your car door. Not hit a salesperson. It's an easy experience. Go to Coulter Cadillac, Tempe dot com and experience the difference. I like.

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Caravan of 3,000 Central American migrants crosses into Mexico

The Big Biz Radio Show

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Caravan of 3,000 Central American migrants crosses into Mexico

"Despite Mexico's efforts to stop them at the border a growing them roof Central American migrants resumed their advance toward the US border in southern Mexico. Their numbers swelling to around five thousand President Trump telling reporters in Mesa Arizona, got some bad people in those scripts. You got some tough people in those groups, and I'll tell you what this country doesn't want them. The president saying he'll call in the military to stop them at the border. If need be

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HIV-positive shelter worker sexually abused 8 immigrant boys, authorities say

Mike Slater

02:28 min | 4 years ago

HIV-positive shelter worker sexually abused 8 immigrant boys, authorities say

"Virginia where the twelve year old Chinese national seen walking off with an, unknown woman, at Reagan national airport, has been found. Latest details from CBS news Rena nine frozen, considered dinging Ma to be in extreme danger after she went missing at Reagan national. Airport the twelve year old girl was visiting the US from China and was with a tour group at the. Time said that she. Appeared to walk off with an Asian woman who had approached try. To restroom that set off a search for her and now the National Center for missing and exploited children say that she has been found safe police say the girl was found in the New York City's Queensboro former. Worker for an Arizona immigrant shelter is charged with eleven sex offenses after he was accused of molesting boys in, his care alleged abuse took place over about a year at the, shelter run by. South west key the largest organization the US government contracts to house immigrant children CBS. News Don daler reports Michael Gray Bill is one of the propublica reporters who uncovered the details. Of abuse at the southwest cay shelter levian Pacheco who is HIV positive was indicted for engaging in. Sexual acts with at least eight boys between August two thousand sixteen and July twenty seventeen at CASA cook, cappelli and Mesa Arizona all the children were between fifteen and seventeen years old. It's very common, for victims of abuse to not come forward To be afraid. To come forward, and especially in this population there is this fear. That if you come forward and report abuse. It might affect her immigration case on Tuesday another southwest key worker Fernando Negroponte. Was arrested and later fired after. Allegedly molesting a fourteen year old immigrant girl at a. Facility in Phoenix. Don daler CBS news New York and eighty eighty nine year, old, man is being treated for head trauma sustained in. A rollover crash in paradise hills early this morning we're told he was. Going eastbound on Parkside avenue lost control and rolled is vehicle several times he was trapped inside the car for. Awhile before, crews could pull him out there's no word on his condition local SDG crews reach out to fire ravaged northern California this is deadly wildfires continue to, burn, destroy, enforce evacuations, in. Northern California SD genie sending cruise and utility trucks to. Mendocino county news eight commander shot ski tells us how the Crews will be helping loaded.

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Mesa Arizona, Robbery and Washington discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:56 sec | 4 years ago

Mesa Arizona, Robbery and Washington discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Chief in mesa arizona announcing to independent investigations of the departments use of force over the last three years they may be crystal clear i'm angry and deeply disappointed to more officers put on administrative leave after the body cam video was released showing police trying to arrest a fifteen year old suspected of on robbery the police chief says he's now asking the national police executive research forum in washington to conduct an independent investigation authorities in florida say they've captured and killed a twelve foot long alligator suspected in a fatal attack on a forty seven year old woman friday morning as she was out walking her dogs near a lake an arm found inside the gator is believed to be from the woman a witness told authorities these saw her walking the dogs and then notice the dogs alone parking near the water this is abc news komo news time nine oh four aaa traffic.

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France, Lsd and Cleveland discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

02:32 min | 4 years ago

France, Lsd and Cleveland discussed on 24 Hour News

"Business of outlawing marijuana ed donahue washington conservative columnist and fox news contributor charles krauthammer says that he has only a few weeks left to live because of an aggressive form of cancer he sent out a public letter today describing his condition the sixty eight year old has been paralyzed since college but says he has no regrets jackie quinn ap radio news ap radio news i'm jacky quin president trump is meeting with leaders from other g seven nations in quebec tonight when he left washington today there was tough talk over the new tariffs that he's imposed on european union country act like well we fought with you in the war which they don't mention the fact that they have trade barriers against farmers they don't mention the fact that they're judging almost three hundred percent tariff but after meeting today with french president emmanuel macron and canada's leader the tone has softened and the leaders say they are negotiating president trump will leave the summit early he's been barraged with criticism over his policies and he's heading to asia to prepare for tuesday's summit with the leader of north korea there are new charges against president trump's former campaign chairman paul manafort manafort and an associate with ties to russia are accused of trying to tamper with witnesses these charges are not connected to the trump campaign facebook is accused of continuing to share user information with marketers well beyond when it said that had stopped in mesa arizona where an unarmed man was beaten by officers the police chief has launched an investigation i'm angry and i am deeply disappointed by what i saw in those videos it's unacceptable tonight's game four in the nba finals could clincher for the warriors or get cleveland back in the running either way president trump says that there won't be a white house celebration invites lebron james and i didn't invite jerry we're not gonna invite either team he's been sparring with professional athletes over protests during the national anthem colleagues tearfully remembering the adventures of celebrity chef anthony bourdain found dead in france this is ap radio news a bill to ease the us ban on marijuana is getting a show of support from the white house the federal ban puts marijuana on the same level as heroin and lsd.

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Teen's arrest prompts new use-of-force investigation for Mesa police

News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum

01:35 min | 4 years ago

Teen's arrest prompts new use-of-force investigation for Mesa police

"La ford ain't gotta start and kitchens among drug addicts and convicts turning those experiences into the bestselling memoir kitchen confidential which led to his tv shows most recently parts unknown on cnn which one in four emmys he was also known for his take downs of celebrity chef culture railing against guy fieri and others bourdain leaves behind a teenage daughter he was sixty one jason nathanson abc news hollywood another incident showing mesa arizona police using violence during an arrest the police force has been taking heat for the recent arrest of an unarmed black man this is not the first time the mesa pd has been criticized for their use of force a new body camera video just released shows officers attempting to arrest a fifteen year old suspected armed robbery mommy wanna come out the officers claim he has a gun where's the gun police say that weapon was later found in a backpack nearby abc's marcus more reporting ten months after hurricane harvey devastated the texas gulf coast recovery has been a slow process despite the financial pressures imposed by a historic year of natural disasters the american red cross handed out four hundred dollar checks around houston in the days after harvey's arrival it's not that storm victims didn't appreciate it but there were so many bills right now the agency is offering assistance of up to two thousand dollars to people who suffered residential damage to the whole net you live in or could be your apartment that you're living in at that time the red cross expects about forty thousand families to apply for the new benefits jim ryan abc news dallas as a business owner do.

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Guatemala, Cdc and Us discussed on First Light

First Light

01:48 min | 4 years ago

Guatemala, Cdc and Us discussed on First Light

"Killer way of all keno has destroyed over six hundred homes on the big island in guatemala the death toll from the volcano there has topped one hundred it's expected to rise there's a spike in suicides the cdc says the number of suicides in the us has increased by more than thirty percent between one thousand nine hundred nine and two thousand sixteen and the biggest jump is in people between forty five and sixty four years of age by police officers in mesa arizona are on administrative leave after surveillance video shows thirtythreeyearold robert johnson being punched in the head in need by officers out of the partment complex a second case of excessive force against a fifteen year old is under investigation in mesa following the release a police body cam video and the federal report says a selfdriving tesla that was in a fatal crash last march sped up before it crashed into a concrete wall it had stopped for another vehicle then sped up to seventy miles an hour and hit a barrier and those are some of the stories we're following on first light today eighteen passports time robert workman good morning to you what's your lead story nba action that we could get go with the two thousand eighteen stanley cup after all the question that is over as of last night the washington capitals won their first ever stanley cup winning game five in las vegas four three over the golden knights after a scoreless first period washington drew first blood jacob verona's scoring six twenty four into period two former cap nate schmidt tied at three minutes later but alex ovechkin put the capitals back in front on the power play just thirty four seconds after that the golden knights facing elimination surged back though david perran and riley smith going to give us a three two lead after two and end action into the third period finally resulted in washington getting the toggle devante smith pelly scoring just before the.

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Guatemala, Cdc and Us discussed on First Light

First Light

01:48 min | 4 years ago

Guatemala, Cdc and Us discussed on First Light

"Killer way of all keno has destroyed over six hundred homes on the big island in guatemala the death toll from the volcano there has topped one hundred it's expected to rise there's a spike in suicides the cdc says the number of suicides in the us has increased by more than thirty percent between one thousand nine hundred nine and two thousand sixteen and the biggest jump is in people between forty five and sixty four years of age by police officers in mesa arizona are on administrative leave after surveillance video shows thirtythreeyearold robert johnson being punched in the head in need by officers out of the partment complex a second case of excessive force against a fifteen year old is under investigation in mesa following the release a police body cam video and the federal report says a selfdriving tesla that was in a fatal crash last march sped up before it crashed into a concrete wall it had stopped for another vehicle then sped up to seventy miles an hour and hit a barrier and those are some of the stories we're following on first light today eighteen passports time robert workman good morning to you what's your lead story nba action that we could get go with the two thousand eighteen stanley cup after all the question that is over as of last night the washington capitals won their first ever stanley cup winning game five in las vegas four three over the golden knights after a scoreless first period washington drew first blood jacob verona's scoring six twenty four into period two former cap nate schmidt tied at three minutes later but alex ovechkin put the capitals back in front on the power play just thirty four seconds after that the golden knights facing elimination surged back though david perran and riley smith going to give us a three two lead after two and end action into the third period finally resulted in washington getting the toggle devante smith pelly scoring just before the.

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Jamie Apody reports from White House on event without Eagles [Video]

Overnight America with Jon Grayson

01:02 min | 4 years ago

Jamie Apody reports from White House on event without Eagles [Video]

"Roberts of veterans senate staffers under arrest for allegedly leaking information and lying to the fbi james wolfe workers the senate intelligence committee's security director for twenty nine years which gave him access to classified material now he's been arrested and indicted on three counts of making false statements boxes joel nato prosecutors say wolf had a three year romantic relationship with reporter whose records were just seized by the fbi mesa arizona police put four officers on leave after body cam video shows three of them beating an unarmed man thirtythreeyearold robert johnson his attorney benjamin taylor people know that mesa pd has been hurting and harming citizens mister johnson is the victim in this case you officers they johnson refused to sit down as order fox news we report you tucson grant langston the new ceo v harmony if you're online dating and looking for love you're probably tired.

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Gary Indiana, Arizona and Robert Johnson discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:26 min | 4 years ago

Gary Indiana, Arizona and Robert Johnson discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"Police swarmed the neighborhood in gary indiana this afternoon after undercover atf agents were ambushed one agent was shot in the chest and arm we are told he is in critical but stable condition the agents return fire and one suspect was killed the police in mesa arizona released body camera video showing what led four officers to beat a man into submission we warn you this video is graphic the incident has ignited protests in the phoenix suburb the man who was beaten spoke to reporters today and jamie yuccas has our updates family man mccarthy person robert johnson says he still replaying the may twenty third incident over in his mind to be held accountable for what they have done newly released body cam video shows the moment when three mesa police officers and a sergeant i confronted johnson they were responding to a domestic disturbance call while the suspect they were looking for complies with an order to sit johnson is asked several times and appears not to comply this is what happens next johnson who is unarmed take several blows to the head and is rammed into an elevator door after being handcuffed he could be heard swearing at officers.

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Mesa, Arizona, police department at center of beating video was already under fire

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:05 min | 4 years ago

Mesa, Arizona, police department at center of beating video was already under fire

"A private investigation after the second video alleging police brutality against a black man was released this week stemming from the mesa police department mopping in the alleged victims say the new video shows thirty year old terrence kirkpatrick being assaulted hog tied mishandled by mesa police after he called them to report being attacked by someone trying to break into his apartment the victim says police also called him rachel slurs and beat his head against a patrol car dragged me out of the house drag me down the stairs near we had a problem with the police vehicle in terms of strapping me so my legs into my arms like a animal protests are planned tonight at five o'clock and friday night at seven outside of mesa police headquarters ali vetnar ktar news who's a strip mall fire is out in the east phoenix area after more than forty firefighters battled the flames in the heat one firefighter was taken to the hospital for heat exhaustion the fire started in a shed captain rod mcdade says they'll be looking into what was inside that shed walking in that shit what was sort in that shed who was in that shit preview to that homes in nearby businesses at thirty second.

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