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"michael rubin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

07:45 min | 6 months ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"All of that is fair. All of that is fair fields or lawrence to twenty one. Nfl draft april. in cleveland. the clemson superstar out this week and the ohio state superstar done planted firmly in cheek. He's trying to filibuster on election day. Man you got a big lead filibuster on election. Kuyper said the same thing is it is so early right now like you gotta really watch the film and break it down and look at it and see if he makes all the they make all the throws just snap crackle. Pop snap boom. He's the number one guy. He's really smart. He's a family guy on. Oh that doesn't mean anything. Can you help me win on sundays. I need to talk to you. Need to be able to look you in your eyes. I need to be able to feel your post. Check your heart. I need to be able to do all of those things because the way you respond and react at clemson is different than the way you might respond and react in the national football league. Let's just we've seen quarterbacks man be drafted high in can't miss prospects and all we've seen it every position all i'm saying is you gotta take a wait and see approach is still early. Hyper was on with this little while ago. And he mentioned. It's not far apart. Trevor lawrence in fields or next to each other but for whatever reason people wanna push trevor lawrence so forehead when. That's not factually. The truth we was in the same breath. Mel kiper did say terror. Lawrence will be number one. Justin feels to be number two right kind of a one. A witness in this city could be one a one b. It's really yet. He also said wanted to or willing to whatever. I'm just change so it's an. I go back to counter argument. Zubin is that most of the year for the same reason. That key talked about tom. Brady and the bucks getting pushed up on his pedestal because of the narrative that fits and the media wants to see that happen. Tampa bay knowing that the super bowl in tampa bay is almost the same kind of narrative could be applicable for trevor lawrence. Considering we've seen him in multiple national championship games even though he hasn't played the big sexy games. Kiewit say so he wins. He wins and it's still a small sample size of what we've seen from just feels considering. He's only fifteen starts in ohio state jersey right. That's right over the course of about one and a half years. Actually a little less than one and a half. We are presented by progressive insurance. Oh wait in. Jay's weighed in mel kiper junior has weighed in and so did greg mcelroy former national championship winning quarterback he weighed in on his opinion on indeed. If indeed it comes down to it for a number one pick for lawrence or or feels he says this one is easy but not really though to me like i found the jets or the giants or the miami dolphins. I'm taking trevor lawrence about the first overall. Pick miami dolphins obviously owning houston's picks so is it likely they have. I don't know. But i do know that. Trevor lawrence anticipates throws justin field still a little decisive need to see from justin fields and the next six games. Grady only has six more games. That i have already seen trevor lawrence check that box. Fields hasn't checked that box. It doesn't mean he won't just means he hasn't so. I need to see a lot more from justin fields to close. Get that that. I do from trevor lawrence to keep him at number. One and two jays point could be sample size. Lawrence played over thirty games and feels is right there at fifteen on the dr pepper twitter feed it's overwhelmingly in agreement with mcelroy. Seventy eight percent of you're saying lawrence over feels without a doubt including gauge tucker. Seventy-one trevor lawrence is a franchise. Qb has good arm strength and accuracy. He's a winner and a great leader. I'm not taking fields based on the track record of ohio state. Quarterbacks not panning out in the nfl key. That's something we've heard more than once. But i don't think that's a valid argument. What clemson quarterbacks. Hand on the nfl. Sean john what clemson quarterbacks have panned out in the. Nfl doesn't even make any sense that you're talking about a history of quarterbacks at a university when clinton was only had one is panned out in dijon. Toda's totally with you next stop. How 'bout tribe fan seventy four jail. Get your thoughts on this. Well i think lawrence's the more pure passer. I like fields as he is mobile and can also throw a decent ball. I also think it's one eight one. b essentially. What mill set just saying look quarterbacks these days right like you know you have to be able to get out of the pocket you know really create yardage with your too so i mean that is an advantage that considering athletic ability oh trump trevor lawrence move around a little bit. He can he can escape. And i would be comfortable with trevor lawrence moving around and being a quarterback that didn't have an offense align can protect him and feel comfortable that he can still get out of the way. Yeah but you agree. Justin fields higher net category. Would you not not necessarily no because trevor lawrence can move around still need to see more tape off. Need to see more type of both of i need to see more capable of. That's just me. Diego is in queens on. Espn radio this morning. One of the reasons that we're asking this question is because teams like the jets. The giants the falcons. The vikings might have a lot of opinions to make here fella say that one more time all diego's no longer with this. We'll go to totta noise. We'll go to darren in dallas on. Espn radio interesting scenario here. You're mixing third quarterback in here. God darren good morning gentlemen. Happy election day seemed the election day. Scenario to you is Going with lawrence at number one. But what if the cowboys do not win another game. Which conceivably could happen and at two. They picked justin fields and let derrick walk and save the thirty seven point. Eight million dollars franchise tag for next year. What about that. I mean you could do that but would you do that. Would you want to start with a a team. That i mean. It just depends on what you're doing. Which team i guess because the offense align is decimated. They're not very good the secondary. I mean a lot of holes that you have if you to cowboys top. Pick depending on where The rehab is aphrodite prescott. What the doctors are telling you depends on what you do your pick. As far as i'm concerned i would certainly look to try and build martine around the high traffic. Whether it's training in accumulating pigs or finding the best available at that time they can help me. I will one hundred percent through that. I would do that. I if if i find myself in a situation and a couple of months where i'm not i'm unsure about where dak prescott is rehab progress and that is not panning out and not knowing the probability of them come back being the way he was before you have to look at that as a feasible option. Injury is part of the game but mel kiper did say he knows for a fact that both trevor lawrence and justin fields will go one and two and some kind of order if you get a top to pick. You're going to be placed in that conundrum. Well not if you got that. I got who could potentially be healthy. That's why you lean on your medical staff to make decisions. That's well that's what i said if he's not coming back to help you determine when april rolls around if he's going to be available to throw the football in the summer two big things. We should mention. Trevor lawrence was always a clemson commit. He's been there for justin feels. It's been a bit of a different rudy. Initially committed to penn state then went to georgia then transferred to ohio state. At the end of the day they'll both be in the same place as franchise quarterback in the nfl so therefore he should be seven round pick because he decided to start off at penn state. Go to georgia and be beaten by jake from mike. Bob's it you have to question..

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"michael rubin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

06:16 min | 6 months ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Line. Mike out there are more. You have ellen brand new coach doc rivers. How do you envision the dynamic between all these guys working. yeah. I think one of the things. I think. These guys are incredible. Partnership when you look at and you look at darrell. I mean these guys. A lot of ways are opposite. So i think they're going gonna work incredibly well together. I think it's really exciting edition. Elton's such a great guy selfless as soon as he saw. Dow became available. He said we got this guy. This how would you in championships. So these three guys who just wanna win championships and bring philadelphia chips and so everyone is currently focused working so well together. Ready so passionate about what we can do for the city of philadelphia michael the league and adam silver somewhat concerned about the pre-christmas start for the two thousand twenty two thousand and twenty one season. Where do you stay on how the nba should start the season. This year. The way. I look at it as we have incredible. Commissioner adam silver and i think ad together with the players who are going to sort that out certainly There's a lot of pressures coming from all different areas. But they're going to get that sort out and they always work well together to get to the right outcome. I know we're going to do something. Isn't it best interest of the players and something that works for everyone. When you look at the situation. We mentioned it at the start. You're the executive chairman of fanatics. Why of fans been so eager to purchase championship games Gear from the dodgers in the lakers. Yeah these been to incredible hot markets. The lakers were actually be a previous. Nba record by more than two exits two times bigger than any hot market in the history of fanatics on shows. Just how great emmy vandalism and certainly laker fans as well and the dodgers become our second biggest hot market in the history company in the history of the company. I think it starts with e commerce is doing incredibly well and that's about e- percent of our business certainly with the pandemic you've seen a big step folk shop and ecommerce sales and i'm certainly connected benefit again with that being eight percent of our business but these are your sports are doing great. I think fans are so excited about supporting their teams. I think during the pandemic there's been people just want to be excited about certain things we've seen that both lake lakers. And the dodgers are you. And i talk about this all the time. So it's like i'm curious. Get your perspective on this. A lot of fans are saying well. Nba ratings are down. Whatever your metric show you guys have a little bit more of inside in that category. Yeah i think that's kind of like when you look at a brick and mortar retailer and if you'd say only in a measure the sales of the store's not looking ecommerce that's the same way we just look at television rate is when i think about ratings i look at what's overall fandom and certainly social media so much more important today that it was just a few years ago so i think when you look at the. Nba fan is incredibly up. I just looked this morning year to date. Nba sales up sixty three percent. And that's roy very indicative of where. Mba fans stan. And i think it'd be look media consumption. The issue is television. Media is a smaller percent of total media. Consumption has ever been social. Media's more important ever been so i think. Nba fans are more passionate than ever been about the sport. I think you'll see more consumption other media and less than traditional television microwave fans not able to spend money going into stadiums. How much have sales increased for you guys doing this. Pandemic yeah love e e commerce sales which you know again. This is about eight visit really strong up nearly thirty percent year to date. Now we also have a wholesale business that supplies the brick and mortar retailers and that business been terrible astounded by fifty percent but ecommerce has really strong. I'll tell you the most interesting thing. When sports were paused in march. I thought the would say hey until sports come back. They're not for the teams was exactly the opposite. There is incredible support fans want to go online. They want to buy the merchandise. The teams they care deeply about and good visitors terrific during the higher pandemic. even when there's no sports for five months michael before we let you go. I want to ask you you know you. Work with meek mill and jay z two former reform alliance recently and had a huge huge social Reform to tell us about the impact of reform alliance had in getting the bill signed in my state of california. Yeah well it was a really big win for For for people in california and for the reform alliance you know. We've got a goal getting least a million people out of the criminal. Justice system will keep the community safe. And what a lot of people don't understand is america has five times the rate of parse ration- of the rest of the world and in california gavin newsom. The governor just signed into law just a few weeks ago. Bill put a limit on how long it'd be on probation up to on no more than a year for misdemeanor. No more than two years opera felony and that was an incredible step. Four ruin transformed one. That's gonna help. Hundreds of thousands of people directly millions of people and their families indirectly self royd proud of what what's happened in california and a big step forward and we need to do the same thing in every state in the country. we started reform alliance. You know inspired by what happened to my good friend bill. When he went to prison for different times for not million a crime and we use that to again negative into a positive. Exactly what just happened with the sixers off season and we have a goal again getting at least a million people out of the system of the six point seven million people that are in the system. Say we'll keep the community safe. I think it was a big step toward one that we look to replicate lower to michael you even partner with clarify joe with the brooklyn s jay z. All those guys and what. You're doing The last question the half or when you're gonna invite key and i up to the showroom we need some gear. Can we get some gear places guys. Hang with me all the time. I miss you. You don't call me right as much anymore. So i love to have you guys in in It'd be fun to do it. So you gotta get over and do a little bit of social distancing hanging out mike. Thanks brother man for joining sociology and social reform. That is michael. Rubin thank you. We should mention. Bob kraft the owner of the past has been involved in a lot of the social justice. Reform with meek mill and we must have a really good friends. It's great to see a younger guy. Like mike in an elder statesman. Like bob come together on something like that. No doubt about it. Great to have him on the program this morning and good to see even without sports. The interest sports fans was really super high..

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"michael rubin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:56 min | 6 months ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Speaking of another level. Tom brady has certainly taken it to another level. The giants on the short end of the stick last night. Keyshawn j. will zubin presented by progressive insurance. In case you missed the end. Let me give you the old cliff notes. Giants going in game tying score. Perhaps they need eight touchdown. Two point conversion they get the touchdown they go for to daniel. Jones goes to the end zone looking for dion lewis. Who is tom. Brady's old team made you can hear jail really upset here. In the studio is the hardcore giant fan. They threw a flag on antoine winfield. Junior pass interference and lo and behold. They picked it up. You throw a flag to pick the flag up mill. Copper has me really hot on you. Throw a pi flight because it was pass interference. That's it make the call two point conversion. Let's go into overtime. Yep i'm done. I'm sorry no problem. Khyber joined us earlier this warning and essentially said it should have been a pi instead. It was picked up in the bucks. Pick up their six win of the season short week antonio brown back they got the new orleans saints on sunday night football. Meanwhile key the pats got a lot of problems trade deadline today. Four pm eastern. There's a lot of talk about some boldfaced including guys. On the pats that could be on the move. The bucks or sixty-two with brady. The passer two and five with bella check. He is an excuse free guy for sure but he did weigh in with his weekly radio interview on w. e. e. I sports talk radio in boston and essentially said there's a clear reason for cam struggling and it's not on cam put it on me. I mean what we pay him. Million cam newton million dollars. i mean. it's obvious we didn't have any money. It's nobody's fault. it's i mean that's what we did. The last five years we sold out and won three super bowls played in the fourth and played an afc championship game this year. We had less to work with sound. Excuse fact less to work with because the salary cap situation he and his executive nicosia. You'll have come up with. But i did like the term. Maybe we sold out to win. Three super bowls make sense that you want to fan right. Three super bowls a fourth appearance. Four appearances in afc championship when they lost against payment. Five years So in five years. Would you take two super bowls no championship appearance. No other super bowl in no other super bowl loss. Would you take just two. Super bowl wins and five years. I'd take one and missing the playoffs for four years to be in this situation that they're in now so what the hell is people talking about like. The man just said that they're in this situation because they sold out for those five years which clearly they did that. Whether it's giving stefan gilmore money whether it's redoing tower whether sony shale whatever it is tom brady whatever it is. They got what they wanted to get. All organizations that are winning organizations win big for a period of time and then they take a dip in a time all then they come back with a rebirth and try to win again. All great organizations do that. I don't care if you or the yankees. The lakers the celtics they all did just. That's what happens in this case. Clearly they have some salary cap issues so they couldn't sign can't go out there and the choir top notch talent because they don't have the necessary funds from a salary cap standpoint that but what i've always said jay is that you can manipulate the salary cap if you choose to do. So if you choose to restructure move things around you can do it. All teams do it. The rams have been doing it forever and they continue to keep signing their player signing players giving money to get him on but that's their decision on how they want to handle their money versus the patriots decision. This is a classic case of rubbernecking for fans and the media so first time you're seeing this patriots team somewhat struggle key you and i both. La you're in traffic.

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Hockey equipment maker Bauer shifts to medical shields

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Hockey equipment maker Bauer shifts to medical shields

"But that makes the company that manufactures uniforms for Major League Baseball has suspended production on jerseys and is instead using the polyester mesh fabric to make masks and gowns for hospitals in Pennsylvania and nearby states Michael Rubin the founder and executive chairman of fanatics so he was struck by the idea to turn the three hundred sixty thousand square foot facility into a factory for the covert nineteen by respect meanwhile hockey equipment manufacturer power has shifted from making visors for helmets to making visors for those fighting the corona virus pandemic about our spokesperson says there are already one hundred thousand devices ready for distribution I'm John mother

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Price-gouging allegation leaves 750,000 face masks in limbo

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Price-gouging allegation leaves 750,000 face masks in limbo

"Baseball uniform maker fanatics I don't buy the hall to the major league season is now making medical masks and gowns and at Philadelphia factory owner Michael Rubin says the million yards of fabric should produce a million masking gallons over the next several months at no cost in Houston the Texas attorney general's office shuts down auction house which was selling seven hundred fifty thousand medical grade masks including end ninety five respirators accusing the company of price gouging owner Tim Worstall in a statement to the AP says it is literally impossible to price gouge using the auction method when all bids started a dollar the winning bids varied but all were above retail I'm timid wire

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Fanatics shifts production from MLB jerseys to masks and gowns to fight coronavirus

The Lead with Jake Tapper

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Fanatics shifts production from MLB jerseys to masks and gowns to fight coronavirus

"The Los Angeles Times noting. It is a beautiful day for baseball with a picture of the empty dodger stadium instead of a new season. Of course the league is announcing something else. A new partnership to try to help those on the frontlines fighting Corona Virus Major League Baseball and the Sportswear Company fanatics have stopped producing baseball jerseys. Inter now using that fabric to make masks and hospital gowns joining me now for an exclusive interview is rob Manfred. Who's the Commissioner of Major League Baseball also with US Michael Rubin the founder and Executive Chairman of Fanatics? And he also happens to be Kohner CO owner of the Great Philadelphia. Seventy sixers basketball team as well as across the river. The New Jersey Devils Michael. Let me start with you. What happens to the masks and gowns that you produce what happens? Is We as you said? We recognize that we had this incredible manufacturing plant in Pennsylvania that had the ability to take the baseball fabrics retirement and mass and uniform so we started producing them a few days. They'll we've got a goal to make a million and get donate those two People need them over the next several weeks and months. I'm Pennsylvania New Jersey New York. That's fantastic commissioner. No baseball today obviously means a lot of disappointed. People are so few. Joyce left now obviously nothing compared to the death and destruction. We're seeing but for no no baseball. More concretely means no work for ballpark employees. People who don't make all that much money to be frank food vendors ticket-takers security guards parking lot attendants now I know. Mlb Major League Baseball committed thirty million dollars to support those employees. Can you break that down? For how many people will get access to the money? How many how much will they get? How long will it last well? The pledge was a million dollars per club the number of employees at each club. Varese really And so you know exactly how much each employer get will vary by clubs. Club will use their million dollars In the way that's the most efficient effective in order to provide assistance to the type of seasonal employees. That you're talking about on news really a a a major commitment. The I league wide commitment of its type and one that doubt were product represents kind of spirit of our worship through

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"michael rubin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"China Michael Rubin resident scholar at the American enterprise institute is hard to top on matters Middle East he speaks a language those leadership travels there frequently he often help sort through the complexities of this region this time Michael was cautious about the president now Turkey is threatening to move I guess he said the appraiser David Ignatius had tweets last night saying it's imminent first of all what do you understand to be the situation on the ground before we talk about what that means the situation is it remains imminent we've withdrawn perhaps a few dozen are pulled back a few dozen forces which were in coordination with the Turks that said the other issue which is changed to is that we are no longer coordinating with the Turks on air space however we haven't stopped controlling their space so this is complicated Turkish plans because they assume that they would have a green light when it came to the control of the airspace and they do not but when it comes to facts on the ground the question is if the facts on the ground have changed completely whether economically punishing Turkey would change those issues which are most concerned for example to American national security the continued detention of the Islamic state prisoners as well as for the simple fact that when Turkey's control that border in the past we've had it become basically a way station for the Islamic state that is true now you write in your piece the Kurdish administered regions of sherry are the most secure and tolerant within the country they're the ones is wired to conquer them as far left to do is supposed to terrorism and more to do with the desire to expand Turkey borders a radic at the present many Kurdish self government not to sit not subordinate to Turkish dictates and to grab local oil wells and then you know the Turkish move on Cyprus forty five years ago and suggests this is the same sort of situation if in fact there grabbing turf in oil are they going to be likely in the business of leading ISIS run rampant with the black flags again all we that is one possibility but the broader problem too is that the United States and Turkey have fundamentally different notions of what constitutes a terrorist group let's put the Kurds aside for a moment one of the greatest concerns to American forces in American strategist this is why people like the ten secretary Mattis resigned is that many of the Turkish proxy groups have incorporated former fighters from the Islamic state war would match what the United States believed to be al Qaeda but you're saying because of this realignment we have to worry about the rebirth of isis absolutely we do the United States plug the vacuum it plug the vacuum with the Syrian democratic forces which are predominantly Kurdish but when it comes to the Turkish tax free Syrian army some members of the free Syrian army especially the former members of job but the on the strap which is gone through several name changes our affiliates with all quiet at that is one of the concerns Turkey of course would say that the Syrians democratic forces are predominately affiliated with the Kurdistan workers party the so called PKK which has waged an insurgency inside Turkey for more than forty years and so that is where Turkey is coming from I've traveled back and forth to north east Syria and while there is still some affiliation with the PKK when you look at any database of attacks and so forth Turkey would be very hard pressed to suggest that many if any attacks had come from the areas of Turner Syria in which they are now talking about and at the same time our country was puzzling over jerking the Kurds a shameful domestic.

"michael rubin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"China Michael Rubin resident scholar at the American enterprise institute is hard to top on matters Middle East he speaks a language knows leadership travels there frequently Lee often help sort through the complexities of this region this time Michael was cautious about the president now Turkey is threatening to move I guess he should be afraid he's dating nations had tweets last night saying it's imminent first of all what do you understand to be the situation on the ground before we talk about what that means the situation is it remains imminent we've withdrawn perhaps a few dozen or pull back a few dozen forces which were in coordination with the Turks that said the other issue which is changed to is that we are no longer coordinating with the Turks on air space however we haven't stopped controlling their space so this is complicated Turkish plans because they assume that they would have a green light when it came to the control of the air space and they do not but when it comes to facts on the ground the question is if the facts on the ground have changed completely whether economically punishing Turkey would change those issues which are most concerned for example to American national security the continued detention of the Islamic state prisoners as well as for the simple fact that when Turkey's control that border in the past we've had it's become basically a way station for the Islamic state that is true now you write in your piece the Kurdish administered regions of Syria are the most secure and tolerant within the country they're the ones is wired to conquer them as far left to do is supposed to terrorism and more to do with the desire to expand Turkey borders a radic it depression of any Kurdish self government not to sit not subordinate to Turkish dictates and to grab local oil wells and then you know the Turkish move on Cyprus forty five years ago and suggests this is the same sort of situation if in fact there grabbing turf in oil are they going to be likely in the business of leading ISIS run rampant with the black flags again ultimately that is one possibility but the broader problem too is that the United States and Turkey have fundamentally different notions of what constitutes a terrorist group let's put the Kurds aside for a moment one of the greatest concerns to American forces in American strategist this is why people like defense secretary Mattis resigned is that many of the Turkish proxy groups have incorporated former fighters from the Islamic state war would match what the United States believed to be al Qaeda but you're saying because of this realignment we have to worry about the rebirth of isis absolutely we do the United States plug the vacuum it plug the vacuum with the Syrian democratic forces which are predominantly Kurdish but when it comes to the Turkish tax free Syrian army some members of the free Syrian army especially the former members of job but the on the strap which is gone through several name changes our affiliates with all quiet at that is one of the concerns Turkey of course would say that the Syrians democratic forces are predominately affiliated with the Kurdistan workers party the so called PKK which has waged an insurgency inside Turkey for more than forty years and so that is where Turkey is coming from I've traveled back and forth to north east Syria and while there is still some affiliation with the PKK when you look at any database of attacks and so forth Turkey would be very hard pressed to suggest that many if any attacks have come from areas of tour Syria in which they are now talking about and at the same time our country was puzzling over Turkey in the Kurds a shameful domestic.

"michael rubin" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Michael Rubin resident scholar at the American enterprise institute is hard to top on matters Middle East he speaks a language knows leadership travels there frequently Lee often help sort through the complexities of this region this time Michael was cautious about the brother now Turkey is threatening to move I guess he said the Bradys taping nations had tweets last night saying it's imminent first of all what do you understand to be the situation on the ground before we talk about what that means the situation is it remains imminent we've withdrawn perhaps a few dozen are pulled back a few dozen forces which were in coordination with the Turks that said the other issue which is changed to is that we are no longer coordinating with the Turks on air space however we haven't stopped controlling their space so this is complicated Turkish plans because they assume that they would have a green light when it came to the control of the airspace and they do not but when it comes to facts on the ground the question is if the facts on the ground has changed completely whether economically punishing Turkey would change those issues which are most concerned for example to American national security the continued detention of the Islamic state prisoners as well as for the simple fact that when Turkey's control that border in the past we've had it's become basically a way station for the Islamic state that is true now you write in your piece the Kurdish administered regions of sherry are the most secure and tolerant within the country in a one desire to conquer them as far left to do is supposed to terrorism and more to do with the desire to expand Turkey's borders a radic it depression of any Kurdish self government not to ship not subordinate to Turkish dictates end to grab local oil wells and then you know the Turkish move on Cyprus forty five years ago and suggestions as the same sort of situation if in fact there grabbing turf in oil are they going to be likely in the business of leading ISIS run rampant with the black flags again all we that is one possibility but the broader problem too is that the United States and Turkey have fundamentally different notions of what constitutes a terrorist group let's put the Kurds aside for a moment one of the greatest concerns to American forces in American strategists this is why people like to ten secretary Mattis resigned is that many of the Turkish proxy groups have incorporated former fighters from the Islamic state war would match what the United States believed to be al Qaeda but you're saying because of this realignment we have to worry about the rebirth of isis absolutely we do the United States plug the vacuum it plug the vacuum with the Syrian democratic forces which are predominantly Kurdish but when it comes to the Turkish backed free Syrian army some members of the free Syrian army especially the former members of job on the strap which is gone through several name changes our affiliates with all created that is one of the concerns Turkey of course would say that the Syrians democratic forces are predominately affiliated with the Kurdistan workers party the so called PKK which has waged an insurgency inside Turkey for more than forty years and so that is where Turkey is coming from I've traveled back and forth to north east Syria and while there is still some affiliation with the PKK when you look at any database of attacks and so forth Turkey would be very hard pressed to suggest that many if any attacks had come from the areas of Turner Syria in which they are now talking about and at the same time our country was puzzling over Turkey in the Kurds a shameful domestic.

"michael rubin" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

13:48 min | 1 year ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"It's only a game until you bet it. FDA SL well welcome to this dish now. The Rich Eisen show Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday right in the middle of weeks two two and three the national football league the week three begins tomorrow night between the Titans and the Jaguars as of right now Jalen Ramsey is still a member of the Jacksonville Jaguars and will suit up in that crucial home game against the Tennessee Titans. There is Gardner Minhsiu news but I put news in quotes Chris Brockman. We'll have that later date. Don't Miss It. Oh Oh my gosh and the titans and the Jaguars opened things up tomorrow night today's a big day in the giants facility it is the first day of the first practice for Eli Manning's tenure with the giants that he was not the starting quarterback act four and wouldn't be for the foreseeable future since one would think the week before Tom Coughlin shockingly turned to Kurt Warner in his rookie season again Kurt Warner in two thousand four was fresh off the rams and a lot of folks are wondering if his hand could survive and NFL season if he still had to be very honest with you and it sure looks like he did because the giants were five seven three and two thousand four and that's when Coughlin said this one we're going to allow manning and it shocked everybody and three years later Eli was Super Bowl champion and Kurt was making his way to the Arizona cardinals having a renaissance for his career that was necessary to eventually put him in the pro football fame where he deserves to be today's a big day. Ally Manning is going to be in front of his locker in about an hour's time maybe even less than that and Kamara's GonNa be put in front of him and I'm assuming he's GonNa talk because he's that stand up guy. He's always been available. He's always been that standup guy and my suggestion might my suggestion to you would be to keep your ears peeled because I believe he's GonNa come out. He'll say it's disappointing. He'll say this is not you know what he had hoped for or expected but then he will support Daniel Jones in full breath as I'm sure he's doing on a practice field right now. Even though it's gotta just be as heads gotta be spending and it's Daniel Jones GonNa be in front of a podium and and Pat Shurmur is going to be up there why now that's all coming up in the next hour and a half and we're going to keep an eye on it and our ears peeled and we're going to send play as many soundbites as we possibly possibly can throughout our three hour addition of this show and it's it's. It's an exciting day for the giants but it's also a a mournful day. It really is just because ally manning has been there since two thousand and four he these people to Lombardi trophies in the case but five out of the last six seasons this team ms started all and two and the quarterback is usually to blame when that's the situation and we could sit here and see as much as you want on twitter from from Kurt Warner from Shaun O'Hara from all the giants from all of his old teammates from a lot of the punditry saint. Hey I've looked at the film in the Allies doing the best he can or ELI is making winning throws he's making winning plays and and all that said in in in the NFL you start Owen to five out of six years in a row the coach is going to get got and quarterbacks GonNa get God it's just that simple and Pat Shurmur and and Dave gettleman to their credit went and a had and made this move right now when I say to their credit it might be wrongfully blaming Eli Manning but they are they could have sat back and let Eli still be at the controls of this team and ownership would be happy because ownership wants allied to be sent off off feted. It would have been nice if it was a playoff season and who knows what Daniel Jones can do. It's possible that this could be a playoff season. I think they're gonNA win this weekend. I know you feel very high on on the giants because it's GonNa be fresh blood yes from the neck up. There is no comparison between these two quarterbacks none none in terms of experience in terms of seeing and knowing and being able to put people in the right position pre snap on the road silence snap counterfeits necessary all it put all that together and conversely from the neck down. It's no comparison. Neither I think you are correct. We'll see what wins out you are. We will see what wins out. We've got a special guest tomorrow to discuss this because this isn't the I highly chosen quarterback out of duke taken by the giants to succeed a super bowl winning quarterback and having the entire New York City fan base wonder if he's the right guy there once upon a time as a quarterback in New York city named Dave Brown who has since gone totally underground he's got his own private business and and he's coming in to be our first guest tomorrow to talk about his experiences. I'm from New York City as you know. I've been following the New York sports scene for all for. I don't remember the last last time Dave Brown spoke publicly on this subject so we went straight to a guy who's been there done that in this very position he'll be on tomorrow's show and will hear what Jones Jones asked to say today. I'm sure he'll say all the right things. Shurmur will be one would say positive upbeat and resolute because he's put it on the line if Jones craps out it's Shurmur job to make sure it doesn't happen if Jones craps out Dave gettleman gets got. It's that simple they all know that when they choose somebody sixth overall. How patient can you be giants? Ownership usually is quite patient as you've seen with with ally manning and I'm not going to sit here and come on and put the giants on full blast for sitting Eli Manning or the giants or Shurmur on full blast or Eli on full blast that he deserves it. You come to the wrong show for that. What I'm trying to tell you is what it's probably feeling like in that building? It's probably a level of excitement it meant an in a heartbeat that that that the team can feel again Owen to hey we're starting again. I know we lost the first two but we're starting again and you can give a team a jolt that way but he's also mournful because of what ally has stood for Walter Payton Man of the year face Front Guy a stand up guy and now he is sat and he's got to watch this kid from the sideline. It's going to be particularly difficult because I'm assuming this is for the rest of the year. We'll hear from Shurmur later on particularly difficult on the giants go to New England 'cause beating New England is this man's front and center top of resume entry into the pro football fan and it's now dangled Jones Gig and we're going to hear from everybody including tomorrow on your show Dave Brown so there's that speaking of there's that Sam Darnold Arnold has spoken. He talked to talk to Michael. K looks like he's going to be back sooner. Rather than later the jets are GonNa go with Luke funk in New England. They had David Fales tobacco up fresh off the couch congratulations Chris. That's why I gave you the AFC East crown last week. That's why I gave it to you. Jets man here on the jets would Luke Falk David fails. I am sure I am sure Bella check is going to have to take some form of medication to get his rest this week because he's just staring at the ceiling. How do I stop Adam Gays Ace and Luke Falk and David Fales Yeah and and and the headline writers are the ones we're looking at the ceiling and saying thank you because they they? I gotta thicken then they got a faulk. Now they gotta fails. I mean you could go. I mean for a name of a jets quarterback named fails okay. It's not spelled that way. It's F. A. L. E. S. US fiqh and MRS and fails throws an interception right right right so the headline would be the same old thick and jets as a gangrene fails in New England to faulk the season up up. It's pretty good that long small print but it's good I mean you know the you know. The headline is same old Fiqh jet right knishes. He said Yep Bella check talk self about four minutes to open his presser today talking up jets of course he is as you know. Where do you think Nick Sabin and his whole rat poison concept came from? I mean right yeah. Bills doesn't have his head in the sand. You talked to Willie McGuinness. You Talk to anybody he he takes headlines and he he pins them on on on bulletin bulletin boards there he wants to make everyone know. Let everyone know they don't talk about what goes on outside of course what goes on outside doesn't matter except bill uses uses it very well you think building. Here's somebody told Hey hey hey hey coach. You are installed as eight three touchdown. Favourite over the jets is a division gay man that said the jets have no shot so of course he's GonNa talk them up because they do have some playmakers. Unless of course the coaches allowing Greg Williams to bench the kid in Jamal Adams great idea by the way way to take your dog your culture changing playmaker Acre and because he misread situation sit his ass well-done. Don't get me started I again. You know what I mean I. I don't know what goes on in a locker room. Clearly like Antonio Brown is the perfect example of that and the number of people who blame Tomlin for not being able to make work well he did make it work for nine. Damn seasons okay and so for some people just got figure out you got jalen Ramsey Jacksonville figure you're out how to make it work unless he's making totally untenable I don't know and Jamal Adams in the NFL just make it work with your playmakers. Don't alienate nate them and bench them which caused him to follow the jets he never. He said he never fall twenty by the way the whole twenty-first-century business company on followed the somebody like that is the ultimate act of rebellion. I don't WanNa be here anymore. Unwell following we've got sixers partner Michael Rubin founder of fanatics also the owner of the New Jersey Devils here I'm wondering if if management actually maintains a watchful eye on players social media accounts of whether they who they follow and who they don't and whether they take that as an active active aggression towards them all it's been pretty damn Hunky Dory for the sixers lately certainly with Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons now for the long haul so Michael Ruben's GonNa come out here shortly you think he is the guest with the most net worth we've ever had here. I was trying to think about it and I think he might be okay. Okay he's up there okay. We've Tom Werner of the red sox here. Yeah we had a WHO from the warriors came in Oh well we know one from nobody came in from the warriors. Peter Guber called in yes Frank Alejandro who's maybe two nickels to rub together he'll be here in studio number two and you know his joining us now number number three Charles Woodson nice who for NFL the grind on epochs which I host every single Wednesday night at nine eastern time including tonight gotta tune in the two car korrespondent this week Jerome Bettis was in Pittsburgh when everything went down with my ribs and Rothlisburger and Charles was sent to Miami to check on what's going on with the dolphins and the Patriots and he had a nice little sitdown chat with TB twelve. I didn't see that clip yesterday that kind of makes out there because he sat down with TB twelve one clip that's yet to be aired. Will air tonight see if we can get a copy of it. Beforehand is Charles did go there with Tom. Tom Brady interesting about the TUCK. Rule in the fumble did go there saying to Michigan Goats together snow game. That's what we we we call it. The game we call the snow outside of New England Tuck rule game right so Charles is going to be here and obviously he knows Eli Manning very well and Charles is just joined Fox exports as well right. There's lots to talk about with with the Goat Charles Woodson and our number three and then with you at eight four four two zero four rich. We'll take your phone calls throughout the day what's our poll question and before we turn our attention to Mr Rubin over here we're looking at Owen two teams today which has the best chance to still make the playoffs. I though the percentages aren't good but somebody's is GonNa do it. steelers Jaguars broncos panthers okay very good. check out our twitter feed at richeisenshow. Get our.

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"michael rubin" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"And summonses extension but other than that <hes> excited to have this guy on I think he's really interesting and somebody that feels very two thousand nineteen gene how he succeeded in the kind of people that he's dealing with day to day so here it is Michael. Rubin Michael Rubin is Harry is a part owner of the sixers and he owns fanatics which I would say is the biggest apparel <hes> boom of this decade so fair. We're humble small company. It's just getting started with huge market share to gain. Can we talk about the sixers I in being an M._B._a.. Owner what year did you guys form the ownership group when you hijack the sixers for two hundred eighty million dollars. We paid full value at the time yeah we bought the team. <hes> group of US bought the team in fall two thousand eleven. It was great timing that was there is like ten franchises for sale so at that point it was good timing and crazy store. I think most people don't actually know this so Ed Snider who started the fires and own the sixers was my direct next door neighbor for a good chunk of my life yeah so when I sold my company GSI commerce to Ebay in March two thousand eleven ed called me and said Hey the government celebrate and he comes over with a bottle of wine bottle champagne and actually bought a killer because he could drink a lot yeah and he said Hey Asia by the sixers. I'm like I got no interest in this. This team loses a ton of money. I couldn't afford the losses and you know I'm focused on my business and I never thought about it again and he's like you know Michael Michael and he wasn't a basketball fan. He was all hockey. I don't want you to buy the team and then Josh Harrison. David Blitzer put together the deal by the team and when I realized economics are much different than I had the thought and then not David Stern actually <hes> convince me to get involved that one affiliate and gold state where the two ridiculous once Golden State I think was is like four hundred something like that yeah and it was just it was gigantic city that was growing in every conceivable way and had a ton of money and had great basketball fans yet it looked really is an incredible sports market. It's absolutely without question <hes> you know one of the top few sports markets in the world and Philly advantage credible and they bleed. They bleed for their for their team so it's a great market. Those are two good purchases so now you look at. I don't know heading into two thousand twenty. What are the sixers worth? Do you even think about stuff like that. I I don't. I don't think it feels like it's two billion per big market franchise. Now I would say yeah I think I think that's fair but I don't like look. I don't think you know for for me. <hes> you know I'm a business builder..

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"michael rubin" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"What do you think you at the game with us? No, he he was like that's my guy when I saw at your party at the Super Bowl party. I had to say to them like, hey, make what's going on. We should go to a game together. Like the game. We went to together in Philadelphia. The Sixers in the rockets, remember. Oh, okay. Yeah. He's been calling me every morning like, yeah. One is big cat coming back. I mean, he's like his life was not complete with that you at the game sidebar on that. I know we just met a second ago. But do you think that Cardi B would like me love? Yes. Yeah. I know. I know. Yeah. For site as well. Yeah. So I want we want to get into bunch of stuff. But for people who don't know your back story, and how you have gotten to the place. You are right now. I wanna do a quick little bit on that. So you obviously were on the Corp with eroded myself. But for people who don't understand first podcast. It was yes, very nervous. You puked right before? This is my second. Actually, my third now was the one in between doing a criminal Justice reform Jason Flom, I wanna get to that too. All right. So give us the quick story about how you went from Michael Rubin. Just regular kid growing up to I now own part of the Sixers and fanatics never regular. Okay. Start with that. That's true. Yeah. I was like I was like the worst student you could possibly find. I was definitely athlete you could ever find. But I was actually only good one in which is business working always love to the time was kid. I loved business a love selling things loved work in. And I started as an entrepreneur at a really young age. I was literally like. You know, eight years old started selling a vegetable seeds door to door when it would snow. So today, we do United have five kids working. It's sell the snow shoveling. I was on baseball cards to my friends..

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"michael rubin" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Could not enjoy every president understand from the opposing party tastes control the executive office things will change the easiest things to alter those done by executive order from the previous administration fortunately for president obama the work done by executive action was part of his legacy in the orion was just the latest piece to come down president obama complain the pullout was a serious mistake and he cues president trump is being so misguided salem michael medved looks at the former president's reaction there's a piece by michael rubin of the american enterprise institute that appeared today in the washington examiner and it's good and it indicates why this decision was happening and reuben is somebody who actually wrote a useful book about the behavior of dictatorships it's called dancing with the devil and it talks specifically about how you deal with and negotiate with and try to cope with a dishonest authoritarian regimes and that's something that frankly i don't think that president obama did particularly well but the real point is okay we had an agreement iran has had some time to live up to it iran's role in the larger world and its role in continuing to develop its ballistic missile program to deliver missiles against its neighbors and here's the point that i strongly strongly suspect president obama has an entire staff that is paid for by taxpayers and that's wrong i don't think we should pay former presidents to maintain their staff security is one thing but if if president obama is being paid by the taxpayer to attack his successor that's a bad thing and it's precisely why better former presidents like everybody except jimmy carter has has observed the idea you did not hear i mean george herbert walker bush was beaten by bill clinton he never attacked him in fact they raised money together to rescue haiti in times of difficulty became friends which is kind of an american way of doing it and president george w bush was nothing if not deeply respectful and supportive of president obama when it comes to maintaining his facebook account who's paying for the staff that is helping barack obama within a reasonable question and if it is the us tax payer he's not elected anything right now coming up pleaded with mcconnell to work nights i am weekends and put.

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"michael rubin" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Have and that means that if iran were to attack a crucial israeli installation israel could strike back in a way that iran could not endure every president understands when the opposing party tastes control the executive office things will change the easiest things to alter those done by executive order from the previous administration unfortunately for president obama the work done by executive action with part of his legacy and the iran deal was just the latest piece to come down president obama complain the pull out was a serious mistake and he cues president trump pink so misguided salem hosts michael medved looks at the former president's reaction there's a piece by michael rubin of the american enterprise institute that appeared today in the washington examiner and it's good and it indicates why this decision was happening and reuben is somebody who actually wrote a useful book about the behavior of dictatorships it's called dancing with the devil and it talks specifically about how you deal with and the goshi eight with and try to cope with a dishonest authoritarian regimes and that's something that frankly i don't think that president obama did particularly well but the real point is okay we had an agreement iran has had some time to live up to it it ron's role in the larger world and its role in continuing to develop its ballistic missile program to deliver missiles against its neighbors and here's the point that i strongly strongly suspect president obama has an entire staff that is paid for by taxpayers and that's wrong i don't think we should pay former presidents to maintain their staff security is one thing but if if president obama is being paid by the taxpayer to attack his successor that's a bad thing and it's precisely why why better former presidents like everybody except jimmy carter has has observed the idea you did not hear i mean george herbert walker bush was beaten by bill clinton he never attacked him in fact they raised money together to rescue haiti in times of difficulty became friends which is kind of an american way of doing it and a president george w bush was nothing if not deeply respectful and supportive of president obama when it comes to maintaining his facebook account who's paying for the staff that is helping barack obama with that it's a reasonable question and if it is.

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"michael rubin" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Iran where to attack a crucial israeli installation israel could strike back in a way that iran do not enjoy every president understands when the opposing party tastes control the executive office things will change easiest things to ultra those done by executive order from the previous administration unfortunately for president obama the work done by executive action was part of his legacy in the iran deal was just the latest piece to come down president obama complain the pull out was a serious mistake and president trump being so misguided salem those michael medved looks at the former president's reaction there's a piece by michael rubin of the american enterprise institute that appeared today in the washington examiner and it's good and it indicates why this decision was happening and reuben is somebody who actually wrote a useful book about the behavior of dictatorships it's called dancing with the devil and it talks specifically about how you deal with and negotiate with and try to cope with a dishonest authoritarian regimes and that's something that frankly i don't think that president obama did particularly well but the real point is okay we had agreement iran has had some time to live up to it iran's role in the larger world and its role in continuing to develop its ballistic missile program to deliver missiles against its neighbors and here's the the point that i strongly strongly suspect president obama has an entire staff that is paid for by taxpayers and that's wrong i don't think we should pay former presidents to maintain their staff security is one thing but if president obama is being paid by the taxpayer to attack his successor that's a bad thing and it's precisely why better former presidents like everybody except jimmy carter has has observed the id.

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"michael rubin" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Iran were to attack a crucial israeli installation israel could strike back in a way that iran did not enjoy every president understands when the opposing party tastes control the executive office things will change easiest things to ultra those done by executive order from the previous administration fortunately for president obama the work done by executive action was part of his legacy in iran deal was just the latest piece to come down president obama complain the pullout was a serious mistake and he accused president trump being so misguided salem most michael medved looks at the former president's reaction there's a piece by michael rubin of the american enterprise institute that appeared today in the washington examiner and it's good and it indicates why this decision was happening and reuben is somebody who actually wrote a useful book about the behavior of dictatorships it's called dancing with the devil and it talks specifically about how you deal with and negotiate with and try to cope with a dishonest authoritarian regimes and that's something that frankly i don't think that president obama did particularly well but the real point is okay we had an agreement iran has had some time to live up to it iran's role in the larger world and its role in continuing to develop its ballistic missile program to deliver missiles against its neighbors and here's the the point that i strongly strongly suspect president obama has an entire staff that is paid for by taxpayers and that's wrong i don't think we should pay former presidents to maintain their staff security is one thing but if if president obama is being paid by the taxpayer to attack his successor that's a bad thing and it's precisely why better former presidents like everybody except jimmy carter has has observed the idea.

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"michael rubin" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on WGTK

"When the opposing party case control the executive office things will change the easiest things to alter those done by executive order from the previous administration unfortunately for president obama the work done by executive action was part of his legacy in the iran deal was just the latest piece to come down president obama complain the pullout was a serious mistake and he cues president trump of being so misguided salem those michael medved looks at the former president's reaction there's a piece by michael rubin of the american enterprise institute that appeared today in the washington examiner and it's good and it indicates why this decision was happening and reuben is somebody who actually wrote a useful book about the behavior of dictatorships it's called dancing with the devil and it talks specifically about how you deal with and negotiate with and try to cope with a dishonest authoritarian regimes and that's something that frankly i don't think that president obama did particularly well but the real point is okay we had an agreement iran has had some time to live up to it iran's role in the larger world and its role in continuing to develop its ballistic missile program to deliver missiles against its neighbors and here here's the point that i strongly strongly suspect president obama has an entire staff that is paid for by taxpayers and that's wrong i don't think we should pay former presidents to maintain their staff security is one thing but if if president obama is being paid by the taxpayer to attack his successor that's a bad thing and it's precisely why better former presidents like everybody except jimmy carter has has observed the idea.

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"michael rubin" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Make you gives you three d models of your foot with a foot selfie and just yesterday we announced a company called brief cam which was sold to japan's cannon the big camera company and this was all in one month and what's happening is that the world wants to come to israel to get access to this innovation so here's here's the here's the question and i was asking him speaking right before you came on to michael rubin whose into various tiberius right now on the sea of galilee your perspective on what is the essential iranian grudge against israel there's a history of friendship going back to the book of esther between persians and jews and in fact under the old shah of iran iran was a ally of israel and they they work together what's the basic grudge that leads the iranians to basically risk the existence of the whole country to try to launch these pointless rocket attacks on israel look first of all it's not the iranians it's jeff cult that runs the country that's exactly why been said yeah mola's okay who don't just chant death to israel they chant death to america what are we have against america right in other words why do they want to destroy america why are they chanting death to america because these people are lunatics not the iranians uranium's are great and by the way they will rise up the best part of trump's speech was when he called the iranian people and the press year was filled with people who are monitoring iranian social media and they're finding that there's increasing calls for people saying we don't wanna fight the us we don't wanna fight israel we want to have bread and we wouldn't have good jobs all this money that they got as a result of the sanctions being lifted by obama it all went to line the pockets of the mood is the average person saw nothing of it to buying thousands of rockets for hezbollah by the way did you know this just came in the iranians of premium leader ayatollah ali knee delivered a speech in which he said to president trump that your corpse will be worm food you're going straight to hell with all your failures also diplomatic language from these should should president trump be worried about the language of the.

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Zuckerberg: Facebook was 'slow' to notice Russian interference

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Zuckerberg: Facebook was 'slow' to notice Russian interference

"Ceo mark zuckerberg will head back to capitol hill to testify before members of the house today during his testimony before joint senate committees suck burke acknowledged making mistakes and apologize for his company's privacy failures one of my greatest regrets in running the company is that we were slow in identifying the russian information operations in two thousand sixteen we expected them to do a number of more traditional cyberattacks which we did identify and notify the campaigns that they were trying to hack into them but we were slowed identifying the type of of new information operations suckered segment of his top priorities this year is to prevent foreign actors from interfering in us elections ifop

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"michael rubin" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"A half billion dollars according to bloomberg report on wednesday it was reported for a while that sean diddy combs and golden state warriors star steph curry among potential minority partners with fanatics owner michael rubin who said that is currently not willing to go that high a source told espn the previous record for sale of a pro sports franchise the houston rockets who were sold for two point two billion in two thousand seventeen it brings up an interesting point that we're getting to right now with nba teams is where where is this value go from here are we going to see a place now we're nba team start to become just as valuable or more than their nfl counterparts certainly going to be outliers like the dallas cowboys that grossly outpace everyone in this but it's how you create value around these brands now the nba you've got more opportunities to bring in things like ticket revenue we know the big tv deal they just signed all these things that have been stock up for the nba but numbers wise it's been relatively small in comparison to the nfl but in the nba especially a league where you see so much turnover with superstars or blake griffin and chris paul boltz just left los angeles a big market out there where the lakers saw the bottom drop out for them a couple of years ago when kobe bryant left miami losing lebron james and dwayne wayne no matter of a couple of years the amount of ways that superstars moved and how impactful those stars usually are on the local economy you wonder how difficult it is and what what goes into i can't claim to know enough about valuations to say but it would seem at least on selling the consistency of your product if you're a team in the nfl it's a little easier because of the way contracts are set up in the way movement happens with your players than it would be in the nba so we'll wait and see who that ultimately goes to where the game of musical chairs stops for the next.

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"michael rubin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"michael rubin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Zero nine six two five michael rubin you're you're an expert on this stuff what's the big success from united nations you know one could say the korean war where the us army actually went in under un helmets but that's only because the soviets at the time had decided to boycott the session and so we are able to go in unilaterally and accomplish something despite the un rather than because of the un interesting although you can argue that the jury is still out on that i mean he yes it was a success but it didn't end with an actual peace treaty right we have a ceasefire and well look what's going on among the korean peninsula right now apt absolutely in but when you compare pyongyang's too so so i mean it's amazing what freedom and liberty can do and that's something that unfortunately isn't on a priority for the united nations i i guess i would point to one thing but i and again i i'm trying to to put myself into a reality where would this had happened if it weren't for the un uh and that was the acknowledge you told me maybe i'm getting my history ron but the un did join in recognising the state of israel did they not pretty pretty early on there um we i mean the united states started bit maybe i'm wrong it was a united nations partition plan it was voted on at the united nations and so you're absolutely right in that case it was early on buffet area italy before the united nations became as big and loaded and cynical was an organization has it is somehow his learned now that they i bet if you if you put that partition plan in place right now the current makeup of the united nations would not accept the state of israel ballgame it says like they've been acting to undo that resolution since day one well absolutely larry and it it it certainly a case in point because the only reason why the soviets and the soviet bloc supported israel they thought israel will be one of them right they came in with the same cynicism that they still have today um in this case it worked out a my argument as the united nations has failed from the.

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