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"mitch rich" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

16:15 min | 10 months ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"He saw himself as someone. Who is there to make sure that president trump is acquitted and that is a surprise because we think about this impeachment process? You know none of us. Are that familiar with the impeachment process because this will the third time we'll have had a senate trial but I think the the constitution envisions the Senate as an impartial jury who considers the case presented by the House and for the Senate majority leader who control so much of what will happen in this trial to say say he was not an impartial juror for him to meet repeatedly with officials from the White House to try to figure out what to do going forward. I think did chuck a lot of people. So what does this mean going forward. Do we have any idea whether Nancy Pelosi might actually literally hold onto it and not send it forward if she did that. What would that indicate? What would that mean? Well people the White House officials at the White House are now suggesting that would mean that. The president was never impeached because they they're arguing that the impeachment is act of sending it to the Senate. I think that it is unlikely that Nancy Pelosi will choose to do that. I actually think it is unlikely that Speaker Pelosi is going to delay a long time. You know that we're talking about it. Being a delay delay now but the fact is this is a meaningless delay at the moment because the House and Senate have gotten home for the holidays they come back on January six. Nothing would have happened until January six even even if she had gone ahead and immediately sent the articles of impeachment to the Senate I'm inclined to think that she'll that will look pretty tricky. If she doesn't forward the articles of impeachment she's been trying she's trying to be careful to make this look like not as a political act but as a constitutional one and I think that there will be the risk that she could open herself to a lot of criticism of kind of Of acting in a political way. Do you see Mitch. Rich McConnell giving into any demand whatsoever. So here's the thing Nancy Pelosi Mitch. McConnell are both great poker players. I don't mean actually playing poker I just mean that. They are skilled in this exercise in which they are now engaged in. I don't know how it comes out. But they both have some cards to play and they both have some vulnerabilities as well on this and so I'm inclined inclined to think that they'll reach some kind of accommodation that prompts. Nancy Pelosi to send the articles of impeachment over. But what that comprises..

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"mitch rich" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on WTVN

"The road or that build around the about recipient this that of the is there one was but a hell to of a few Christy days ago just Marconi awards daily caller in which broadcast says trombone weighty the one easy in the when old twenty twenty the old according coming to modeling to my right I see election the cowboys twenty thirty twenty seven is three hundred the Nichols eighty five ten days reminds away me the media the according eagles to coach one model that's promised been historically accurate about president four or five trump days appears ago to be that on his way the to an that easy the victory the eagles are when in moody Dallas analytics Doug uses Peterson three different the eagles economic coach models to predict sell the my outcome only concern of political is races things are within the media my control understands that I the guarantee economy of victory in is Dallas going to get trump wow reelected by wide thirty margins seven ten is not and like Ohio CNN Indiana promising Kentucky Pennsylvania three Florida next year for Texas Elizabeth Warren coverage Wisconsin in such maybe a way as even to Minnesota ruin themselves and so it by doing seems so to me whenever when you come there's up a against wobble the trumps in the American or whether economy you're John Casey the media C. 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"mitch rich" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

13:51 min | 1 year ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"Was unbelievably condescending to her. No one has any doubt that Ms Cagan is bright and personable and easy to get along with but the Supreme Brain Court is not a dinner club if getting along and polite society were enough to put somebody on the Supreme Court then we wouldn't need confirmation hearings at all. The goal here is not okay determine whether we think someone will get along well with the other a justice okay <hes>. It's a pretty weak argument vehement well. I mean imagine that you're saying <hes> you know. No one has ended out that Neil gorsuch is bright and personable and easy on the eye I mean this is so crazily sexist. Oh I start laughing and I can't help myself because the whole speeches like this uh-huh I'm presiding I'm presiding. I should make that clear. I start laughing and he's speaking to Mr President President Yeah. Yeah that's me and I'm just going like I can't stop laughing now. This is what most people do when they're presiding they okay <hes> read their press clipping and and I because I was a performer had been a performer I I listened to every speech like gave eye contact to the speaker and it was to some of them was unnerving yup because no one had ever done that and were you looking at. Were you looking at Mitch and laughing yes and that was a mistake and I own it as mistake. It's mistake you shouldn't do that well. There is no greater wound to Mitch McConnell then when he standing up there as a leader of the Senate his lifelong Dream Kareem to be taken seriously and not dismissed but be admired and feared and respected for somebody to laugh in his face yeah he got mad. He got mad a marched up there after he was done and he said this is not Saturday night. Live and you say loud enough for the press is right bomb <hes> there and <hes> he said you do that next time. I'm going to call you out and and I knew right away that fucked up and I knew the president heard it so <hes> right away right after that we had I was presiding so I had to stay and <hes> we had the vote and announced the Cagan was gorgeous like I went to his office. You know sh weren't there and he wasn't there air so I left a note ball gazing of myself and Sam I'm sorry you know and then I went to my office and they said Holy Shit at the you know the press had picked it up and <hes> so he <hes> accepted my apology so that was personally. I mean was it. No well no no no. We're about to go on a break so I will. I'll say that <hes> we just didn't see each other but his <hes> his his press secretary issued something like this. You know <hes> senator are Franken's apologies and appropriate response or something like that yeah so after we got over his fury then he had you yeah but he let me off. I know I know but then he really had you. Oh I see I see damn dumb. Ah Knowing Him. That's that's the thing that just drives him nuts. He doesn't care if he's hated. He'd prefer he expects to be hated but he expects somehow that that will produce however reluctantly in other people respect. Let's go to a President Obama gets selected and he says the single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be one term president that wasn't said on election night by although he supposedly he might have said that privately to people because what what he was doing on what they did did immediately upon election of Obama was ga- McConnell gathered together the troops and they began trying to figure out how they were. GonNa fight him from the start because basically when I came we had sixty votes right because Arlen Specter switch switch right but they were going to delay the start using the filibuster eventually but he eventually did said I think he said in in early twenty ten our main objective is to make him one turn President President the point is from the very beginning the idea was never never and what acquaint notion it would have. It now seems in our politics for the opposition party to say you know. Let's give the guy a little time. Let's see where we can work together to start for of course what we always do Democrats. No the Democrats don't do that either not anymore not anymore because when when trump but it was trump it's not like a real test yeah well. You believe that when trump came in yeah the Democrats said Oh my God you know let's let's but I think that we would have worked with him. He had something to work with right and if he had any interest in and playing ball that way but the fact is in a way Mitch McConnell prepared the ground for Donald Trump Yeah Mitch McConnell Mitch rich McConnell's rejection of the idea of cooperation which you're talking about now with regard to Obama the sort of wholesale rejection action of the system in a way. I mean to say that you're not going to work with the president is is to violate the spirit and in many ways the letter of the constitution institution and McConnell was perfectly willing to do that eager to do it eager to do it <hes> to destroy the relationship between the presidency and the Congress to to undercut to the extent that he could the legitimacy of the president of the United States. You don't don't one thing he did that. I know I haven't heard other people talk about. This is something I would go to the APEC dinner and almost every member of Congress go oh to it and it was his bipartisan thing right before the two thousand twelve election. McConnell gets up and for the first time I've ever heard. He is a rabidly partisan speech. <hes> basically saying. Republicans Republicans are the Friends of Israel and Obama and the Democrats are you know it's enemies and I walked out and and I didn't see anyone else walk out but I walked out because the biggest strategic advantage geo political advantage Israel had was bipartisan partisan support that we had been totally bipartisan support Israel until that moment in the reason for that is <hes> <hes> so Mitch McConnell is undercutting Israel's what you're saying yeah which he is it which some political van for some political advantage he is going. He's saying he's as politicized the whole thing and the reason is by that point <hes> Barack Obama had <hes> had disagreements with Netanyahu Oh and and and the Democrats were beginning you saw the slivers of division in the Democratic Party and Mitch McConnell saw an avenue a new to exploit those divisions so suddenly something he basically didn't care much about it was just a box he was going to check off like every other became a strategic officer Sheldon Alvin Adelson yeah and the and the money and but but more than the money because they get money lots of places frankly don't necessarily. Early Need Sheldon Adelson for the money. It's the division of the Democratic Party that they're looking at that. They're try think he has really done sure he's done it and it's to the long ranged. If you care about Israel's existence. It's a long range threats now a real threat to his room because it in that Tom Political I put that at his feet and he knows that anyway okay then we get Scalia dying right okay Emmerich Arlen and my God well. There's a new book out that <hes> that <hes> I read in preparation for this <hes> called confirmation bias. It's by Carl Hall Sues <hes> New York Times very good New York Times reporters covered the hill for a long time and it's covered McConnell for for a long time and covered the confirmation hearings longtime and he lays out in detail as did an earlier piece in the New York Times just how McConnell within minutes of the death of Scalia was already setting stone the strategy of Republican Refusal Wholesale Republican few refusal to consider a replacement during the last year of Obama's term and McConnell did that he realized that it was important that he instantly like they were still you know carting poor old scalise body out of the lodge in west West Texas when McConnell was on the phone with people saying we've got to immediately say an I am going to immediately say I'm not going to consult with the Republican Caucus. I'm going to immediately say and put it out publicly that as Republican leader <hes> we are not going <music> as majority leader. We are not going to consider a replacement for Scalia in the last year of the Obama term away to the next President Biden rural yet and we're going to do it. Ah Yes we'RE GONNA. We're GONNA do it <hes> and he wanted to get out ahead of Ted. Cruz who he was afraid would make an issue out of it and it would be identified ride with crews who everybody hated and not with McConnell who everybody hated but also feared and and so he did that and it was because of McConnell's Dell's move <hes> entirely because of that instant decision within an hour of the death of Scalia to put out that public statement that the result was that <hes> <hes> Garland never got a hearing and I I was on judiciary Republicans on judiciary kept saying Biden rule and that was is complete bullshit yes because what Biden had biden had given the speech but it was at the end of of session like in June of before an election and he is saying if wanted one of these guys retire then N- <hes> were not going to confirm somebody unless and he says unless there it's a moderate and he said I or and unless were consulted yeah. I have to say well. I'm not sure what would have happened in Garland Ireland. I think it was outrageous but <hes> that's that's Mitch McConnell and it was what he realized that was so I think what would have ever Garland is that he would have been unconfirmed because and I think that's why he didn't want hearings is because Merrick Garland is Bryant and unbelievably unbelievably <hes> he he was a consensus builder on on the Circuit Yeah I it's very possible but my my point about McConnell is he was so he's so cunning in the in the in the destruction of institutions to serve his own purposes in other words the caucus in theory the party caucuses are still supposed to be a big thing <hes> to some people <hes> but Mitch totally ignored the caucus in order to issue that public edict which ended up working and then after that he was instrumental and coming up with the the list of <hes> Farrell Society Federal Society list he worked very closely with Leonard Leo and all those people to put together list and and he argues McConnell argues that it was because of the list <hes> which he claimed.

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"mitch rich" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Like a senior in college. We were ESPN wasn't as big then. And we weren't getting the driver and all that. So K state wasn't really in our in our head in California. But ever since that day Mitch I've always thought about what said look at you. Now, all all the. The den full of metals, right? And they always calling them similar to that. Yeah. Hey, hey, bay, KOMO. What can we do? But but you'd never mentioned front of that. The Mitch in their body jail. Yeah. My question is computed make that t-. Ooh. Yeah. Why didn't you make that team? Man. Listen, I can't even remember because the tell you it was so many great lesson. I remember poop in there. But I remember my jersey then number ninety died. So it was a hundred. Wow. It was it was that. We we're in in Colorado Springs went year. I mean, Colorado Springs one one week. And I mean, it was like five course going on. I've been able so many people I didn't know come at it though. It was so many people isn't that incredible. So who made the team willy Anderson had a Georgia? Stacey Augmon at a UNLV Bimbo. Coles dot TEK, Jeff grayer, Iowa State. Hersi Hawkins at a Bradley Dan Marley at a central Michigan. Danny Manning at a Kansas JR, read out of Carolina. David Robinson at a navy Charles Smith at a pit and another Charles Smith at Georgetown. And then Mitch at Kansas state, so stuff man, fun stuff. All right. Well, be good. Mitch. We're glad Bonnie Jill finally finally bothered. You enough. I always bother me you guys. Thanks man shares. That's Mitch rich Ozzy her six four..

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"mitch rich" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

14:47 min | 1 year ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Aw, feasability and how to finance it. We'll be joined by economist Robert Pullen, the university of Massachusetts. Amherst he is the principal author of a report that's called economic analysis of Medicare for all also talk about how to pay for what's called the green new deal. Now, they're that proposal was voted down in the Senate yesterday, though, it wasn't a very serious vote. Most Democrats in fact, did not vote at all rubber Paulin joins us next on letters from politics. But first the news. Hello. I'm Julie candler with the BBC news. The British government is planning to hold a new vote on Brexit on Friday. But only on the withdrawal agreements that deals with the practicalities of Britain's departure from the EU that has to be approved by tomorrow. Otherwise, London will have to ask for another extension and take part in May's European elections. Norman Smith is at Westminster Theresa May today sought to breathe fresh life into her battered Brexit strategy after dramatic offer to quit last night failed to win over Auden, Brexit, tears, and the D U P reverse which this morning forced MRs may to shelve plans to bring her deal back to the Commons for third time in a so called meaningful vote instead in a move designed to buy time the government announced it would seek to secure parliamentary support for just one part of the deal. The withdrawal agreement a move which labor can. Condemned as a desperate ploy to keep her deal alive. The shadow Brexit secretary sa- kissed armor that would mean leaving the EU with absolutely no idea where we're heading that would leave us with the flying disciplined Brexit. It seems clear however that MRs may is determined not to give up on her deal. The authorities in Saudi Arabia have released a number of women detained last year. In a crackdown on activists. Yousef Taha has the story. Three out of the eleven women put on trial two weeks ago have been granted temporary release academic. I am Harib retire lecturer as easily Yousef and blogger Email enough. John have been freed following the second hearing of their high profile trial in the Saudi capital Riyadh. The are facing charges connected with campaigning for women's rights to drive and the abolition of the Saudi male guardianship system as well as contacts with foreigners. The court said the women would continue to attend the trial. Hearings until sentences are handed down the Turkish narrow has suffered another shop full losing almost six percent of its value incised as trading. President wretched tired earned one blamed the falls on what he called a plot by the United States and other western countries. Mark Lowen reports three days before local election in which his party could lose control of Ankara. And even stumble president add one has gone on classic attack mode. This time over the Turkish lira. He blamed recent volatility on a plot by the west, and he again called for a cut in interest rates despite stubbornly high inflation, it's all designed to galvanize his base whom he badly needs to turn out to vote, but with the lira plunging by a third in the past year in flation at twenty percent Turkey is now in an economic crisis having entered recession last year. World news from the BBC. The Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez but dole has hailed as historic the vote by the upper house of congress to lift the immunity from prosecution of sitting presidents and legislators mister Lopez. Oscar dole said the Bill was part of his commitment to fight what he called the cancer of corruption in Mexico. The New York state attorney general has expanded a lawsuit against the painkiller mak- Purdue pharma, and it's wealthy owners. The Sackler family the tissue James is pressing new charges at the cyclists fraudulently transferred money from patchy farmer to their own accounts. Michelle Fleury reports in amended lawsuit. Multiple defendants were named in addition to Purdue and the Sackler family, but at a press conference, the new York Attorney General Letitia James cooled out the family which shows it's fourteen to the sale of painkillers. She said they moved funds to be out of reach from any potential recovery. But do is facing thousands of lawsuits over how it marketed Oxycontin. But only a handful of named the settlers Purdue and the Sackler vigorously denied the allegations. The news comes after Purdue and the Cyclades agreed to pay two hundred and seventy million dollars to the state of Oklahoma. An appeal court enchant has dismissed a case brought by lawyers to have access to social media. Sites restored the site's blocked exactly a year ago following a national conference, which recommended changes to the constitution to allow President Idriss Deby to remain in power until twenty thirty three. Critics said used social media to organize anti-government protests. The Vatican has explained why pope Francis was seen repeatedly withdrawing his hand from Catholic devotees trying to kiss it earlier this week video of a papal audience in the Italian town of Loretto showed the pontiff pulling back his hand from those attempting to kiss his ring. The Vatican says it was a matter of hygiene to avoid contagion when there were long queues of people BBC news. Good. Dan will come to letters in politics. Mitch rich the democratic house leadership yesterday unveiled its healthcare proposal to basically strengthen the Affordable Care Act. This came a day after the Trump administration asked a federal appeals court to invalidate. What's also known as ObamaCare in its entirety including twit include pre existing condition protections all subsidies and the expansion of Medicaid in a whole lot more. Basically, the government is asking the appeals court to accept a lower court's ruling that the is now unconstitutional in its entirety after President Trump used his executive authority to put the tax penalty that for not having health care at zero now several years ago, the supreme court in a very narrow decision ruled of the Affordable Care Act is constitutional based on Congress's taxing authority which was connected to this tax penalty for not having health care that was the cornerstone of the decision. But this court in Texas last year had ruled that because the tax is now at zero they're effectively is no tax, and hence, it is the law in its tired. He is no longer constitutional previously. The government said to believe that parts of the current healthcare law should be maintained. In fact, you may even recall that after this lower courts rolling the White House put out immediately a statement saying that ObamaCare would remain emplaced while the case works its way through the courts. So yesterday was a perfect opportunity for the Democrats to bring their own proposal out on healthcare in they have in. Again, it mostly is to strengthen way is already there with the Affordable Care Act, but what was missing from this per puzzle. Perhaps is one of the most talked about issues concerning health care in the last year, and that's Medicare for all. Even though such a proposal has vocally been backed by a number of democratic presidential candidate. It was not a part. Of what was released yesterday by the democratic leadership? Of course, a big issue over Medicare Medicare for all is how do you pay for it? Well, that's our topic today. And joining me for that conversation is Robert Pullen rubber. Poland is distinguished professor of economics at co-director of the political economy research institute at the university of Massachusetts Amherst, and he is the principal author of a report that is called economic analysis of Medicare for all he joins me on the telephone Robert Pullen, always a great pleasure to chat with you. And I thank you for taking time to talk with us today. Very happy to be rock. Thanks. All right. So this study that you did basically how how to pay for Medicare? And then what what what are them, even we'll get into this the macro and micro economics of having Medicare for all we're gonna dive into all aspects of this report. But let me begin by just asking might you say here is that this report is based on. The proposal the Bill that Senator Bernie Sanders put out in two thousand seventeen for Medicare for all. Roughly speaking, but as we also say right up there at the beginning that, you know, the the general principles and the the issues apply. More broadly and attacked. I have been working with the opposite congresswoman Julia Paul on her Bill as well, which which varies from the Sanders. Bill, but the basic financing issues don't really change too much from this Andrus, delta the giant Bill. I mean, I guess our other proposals out there about fading into it or even buying into Medicare. My understanding is Representative John Paul's proposal, which has over a hundred sponsors in the house of representatives. That roughly though is is the same. As is Bernie Sanders. Yes. Where were you surprised before we get into the economics of all this that it wasn't a part of what came out yesterday in the democratic leadership's proposal? Well, you know, I know that. The. Leadership is very wary of getting too strongly behind Medicare for all. Despite the fact that I don't know how many six seven presidential candidates have all endorsed it. The. Congressman woman Pelosi is. I guess cool to the idea. I did make a presentation in January to the Senate Democratic caucus and Senator Schumer was I would say no open and not necessarily supportive, but not hostile either. So it's a matter I guess of chipping away, and certainly is long is the best thing to we have for chipping away is, you know, public support and people are hearing from about the giant Paul Bill the initiatives and the organizing around it and Sanders spill insert certainly Senator Sanders from his two thousand sixteen campaign and his current campaign are really advancing the idea, and so you know, the the intensity of interest. I think is going to continue to increase, and I can't help. But think the difference of of the dynamics between what's right now. Happening in Washington. And again, the democratic leadership having its proposal not include Medicare for all. And what happened really over the past decade here where we are broadcasting from California with a single payer Bill. And I know this is something that you have followed firstly because you also did an economic analysis of the California Bill, but what happened in California as long as there was a Republican governor who is Arnold Schwarzenegger at the time. The single payer Bill seemed to get through the legislature. Every year was vetoed by Arnold Schwarzenegger. Once Jerry Brown came into office. I it became a much more challenging process. It never got to his desk for a veto to Jerry Brown's here in Washington. You would think if you want to use the same sort of dynamic even to push the idea knowing that the Senate is not going to approve it knowing that you have a president who's not gonna sign it into law. You think this would be a time you could actually push in congress for Medicare for all? I think that's a that's an interesting analogy. I myself. Well, as you mentioned, I got involved in the California initiative in two thousand seventeen when Jerry Brown was governor had it so happened. I've also known Jerry Brown for twenty five years. I I was hoping that Jerry Brown would be more open to the idea, and I did have some conversations with him. And I said, I think we can show how you can finance this in a practical way. And anyway, it wasn't something. He wanted to take up. This is despite the fact that literally the day after I made a presentation to the democratic caucus of the state Senate in may two thousand seventeen the they voted with a two-thirds majority to pass Medicare. Well, it's called a healthy, California. So it passed in the Senate, and then Jerry Brown, basically, I think behind the scenes made it clear that he wasn't going to sign it. And so that the opposition and the assembly or California assembly just kind of block. The initiative altogether. All right Medicare for all. I'm sure it's title says everything you need to know about Medicare for all means everyone's in everyone, you know, you you get Medicare. If if you if you are a at the very least a citizen of the United States, perhaps a naturalized person as well did does. But is there a better explanation to make it real what Medicare for all means? Well, you know, they're obviously it's just a phrase so people can bend it. And I, and I think something is of that is happening with various presidential candidates, but working for me the Sanders Bill the giant Bill or what we traditionally think about with single payer healthcare. His the idea that every resident of the country, or if it's just a state every resident gets healthcare gets is guaranteed could quality healthcare. There are various specific features. But I think the general principle would be to get to say, you're guaranteed. Good quality healthcare, basically means that there shouldn't be any financial barriers to you get good quality healthcare. So that means there shouldn't be any deductibles or co payments..

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"mitch rich" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"She say that ten times fast presses don't say that ten times fast because I guarantee you you'll say something that you do not want to say knock you new information out from Adrian ski who will. Join Waddell and Sylvia two thirty today. Shameless promotion. About teams that might be willing to add Anthony Davis for a playoff push and make a run at the warriors. So I'll ask you the exact same shot or no shot question. I asked you yesterday will either Davis be dealt on or before the February seventh trade deadline. I'm gonna say no shot. I think they're going to want Zairean Williamson to be part of any deal. And so they're going to with valuate where the lottery balls fall. Yeah. I'm gonna say. There's a shot because there's something intriguing about Los Angeles. And maybe how say desperate, but the sense of urgency that is obviously president there and trying to make this happen. And maybe they'll do something. Now that they wouldn't do at the end of the season which could force the hand of the pelicans and say, hey, we're not gonna wait. Well, actually do this now because of what L A's offering that won't be on the table later. What about the other team in LA who is sitting eighth in the west? Yeah. And wants to live in L A anyway. Yeah. But I think he wants to live in LA. But I think he wants to play with LeBron sharing the building. If they plan on getting Colli, still not LeBron. I think this is a Rich Paul motive Mitch Mitch rich. Rich Paul is in the middle of this thing to get them together with LeBron I think I think it's all falling in line perfectly. All right. Hey, Steven he joined us earlier today and said that Jim Boylan isn't a bad spot. And all of the bulls coaches have been in a bad spot with the bulls front office of John Paxson shot or no shot that Jim Boylan will be made to be the fall guy, even though he was touted as a great head coach, and he will be fired at the end of the year shot. I do not think he's back next year. It is just too much of a carnival like atmosphere with the slowdown style. And that just it didn't start. Well, I don't think it's going to end. Well, and I think they're going to need to clean house. Bring in another voice in basketball operations and bring a polished NBA head coach like a Monty Williams that they can get recap. I think it's I think it's a wrap for JIMBO has gone too far south. He's lost any. The desire of the players to play for him. He's clearly in over his head. And I think he's going to be the next offering up to the basketball God's when sac LeVine was asked the other day about it. He's like, hey, man. He's the head coach isn't he it's not like, that's our guy. I want to fight and die for him. You.

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"mitch rich" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"And isn't this what we strive to do with our children or grandchildren to to have them be stand up people, and this is the role model come on. So he should have done that the Monday come out make that statement publicly. And I wouldn't have finished it for saints fans because they'll never get over it not until their dying day. They will never get over this. But at least that would have been something that he would have handled before him having to address those questions next week. I'm sure you'll be peppered about it. Does thing too is if you think they bring out all these old sages that have covered the league fall? These years about how this will dramatically change, the NFL NFL and dramatically change in for this. We've already heard from John Elway from Stephen Jones from Mitch rich McKay. Head of the competition committee, saying, you know, basically, you know, it was a mistake on referees sport that you know, they like instant replay the way they have it and they don't wanna lengthen the game. So if you think anything dramatically will change because it is not gonna happen. We're talking to Mike to tell ya on the shell Pennzoil performance line up. Now, he has five rightfully so. I think we expected that. That's why we call them. You get a follow him on Twitter at Mike deteriora-. So I I want to go back to what you're saying. Because if Roger comes out on Monday the day after the game and says, all right? You know, what we blew it? But we're not going to replay the end of the game. The game is with the game is is is this roar really over at this point. Nobody down here me. I it wouldn't have it wouldn't have settled that part. But I think what it would have shown at least he's sort of is is reaching out and saying, hey, it was a mistake we admit it. And that's that. And we just have accept accepted. It's human error is like a guy throwing a miss passed. A fumble an interception a penalty on you know, play. Like we saw in Kansas City. You know, d Ford lines up offsides on a play and how crucial that was to admit that you made a mistake here. Again. This is part of you being a leader. And I think people down here would've accepted that part, but they would never forgive the play. But I think the furrow as the week has grown on has turned away from officiating and turn more towards the Commissioner for not addressing this at all. And he can call the the head coach and he can call MRs Benson. But that's not really addressing the NFL nation that really should have been addressed on this the Monday right afterwards. Because that's what a leader does. In essence, he has shown in the past. He kinda tipped his hand. I knew it right off the bat. He was never going to do that. That's not what he's done in the past. And that's not what he's going to do in the future. He Mike here in Chicago. I'm actually not in Chicago right now. But my hometown of Chicago, we reacted to Cody Parke's rice, the double d link with a little Cody parkey challenge that a beer company through on. I did see some saints fans. Bought some billboards in Atlanta, and I'm wondering if there was anything else going on around New Orleans that. You know, was kind of a reaction to this any contests then he'd drink deals anything else like that. So I want to be in the billboard business anything that happens negative down here man, people by billboards all if it's in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Atlanta, you name it. I want to be in that business 'cause I'm gonna tell you one thing we make a heck of a lot of money doing that one of the things that has spurred on 'cause I've talked to a number of people involved with different Mardi Gra Cruz that you will see the outrage camonte grow time as they are fixing floats, and that sense to try to you know, just trying to human things and the one thing about down here is they never forget. But they sort of sort of move on because that's another party down the road. And I think it'll be heavily themed Tamada grow on referees. And Roger Goodell that moment changed mardi gras twenty nineteen for everyone..

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"mitch rich" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on The Starters

"Inspired by a true story of one girl at the heart of Hollywood's most notorious murder upload this thing wide open. Girl. She's the key. But new limited series on AM the night. January twenty eighth at nine on TNT. This starters is presented by Jack Daniels old number seven and Tennessee. Honey. Back with the starter time to play a little fill in the blank trade. You've got some questions for third returns from all star fan voting came in today. And as you can see the song remains the same in the east. We've got Janas quiet and beedon the front court while Kyrie in D. Wade hold down the back court, west LeBron the dunk and Paul George or the tall is Stephan de rose or the smallest we got about four days left of voting. So fill in the blank the player who most needs all star. Support is blank. I think it's Blake Griffin or the pistons. If feels like he's becoming a bit of a forgotten, man. Even though he's averaging over twenty five points a game. He's eleventh in the league in scoring. It's not his fault that he has to do everything on his team, and they have fallen out of the Eastern Conference playoff picture is bounce back with all he can this season he'd working his butt off. And he would be very very fun in the all star game. He would be spectacular. Even those games a little bit more primer or entities days. He can still throw it down get them in there. It's because he's on Detroit though as well. I mean, that's just not a team that people watch a lot of note. What he's doing? But I'm going with Stephen Adams because I think it's underwrite at just how important he is to the Oklahoma City thunder. He's been brilliant has the highest net writing when he's on the court visits when he's off and oil. So I think in the Western Conference. These are the the forwards who are going to make it on the front Coa guys LeBron. Kevin durant? Anthony Davis Yokich, Paul George. Maybe don't you. I'm not sure what's going to happen there with him. So I think it's going to be a little bit tight for him. He's going to have to get in one of those wild card spots. But I think the coaches will respect what he's done. I just hope that he does get in. Because he doesn't have the flash if someone like Paul George or Yokich it gets a little bit more acclaim. But I think Stephen Adams has been just as important to the thunder as anyone else on that thing. It's a good one. I'm going to stump for deer and FOX this FOX can't even sniff the top ten in the Western Conference guards here. I think that's a joke. He's averaging eighteen seven and four on one of the league's most surprising teams in the kings are twenty three and twenty one here. Admit january. That's rare with forty seven percent from the floor. Thirty seven percent from three. He does a little thing called defense as well. We haven't had a. Kings guard just guard here make the all star team since Doug Christie, Mitch Mitch rich way back when over a decade. I don't think I don't think. So to think FOX is going to make this all star team. But you got to start laying the groundwork. You've got to start looking a year or two ahead. So if I start saying this meeting the Bush here beating the Bush saving the book. I'm thinking FOX's in the bushes. And all that aiding the drum beats and if I ever heard one. All right. Beating the Bush never heard of that before. But where we're going. We don't need laces because earlier this week Nike and build the first ever auto racing basketball shoes. The Nike adapt BB tightens up on your foot through a smartphone app..

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"mitch rich" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Charles Berkeley's when the greatest of all time, you know that wasn't a degrasse by certainly drafted by the Sixers and all the kids that we shoot with. I don't know. Idea he'd stopped playing when they were born I was talking to a legend, right? Holy so Goodman. Yes. So fucking tough. Rough. So so fucking good. He had to weigh. No, he's three easy three forty probably because Isao Paul. I'll tell. No, six five. But no, he's big in six five for sure he's never his height six six six, but just. Big. I love how says wait to fifty. My was playing when they're they're Jordan. Yeah. That's crazy. Yeah. He's all time greats. I wonder if they took down on the I one of curls like them back in the day. Now, he's got a very pretty girlfriend. Does he? Yeah. Skinny is there. I mean. Yeah. Wow. My friends the girls in high school, my friends, they loved them. Hot good looking guy in high school. One day go back to fuck. Fucking dream team picture look at. Give me the Stockton. Let me see if I can let me see if I can do it. All Stockton Barclay. Haunt start start with number eleven you know, who that is. That's that's yes. That's robinson. Nope. Core malone. Okay. I can't see from here. This can you really bad picture to there's another one. So number eleven do you know who that we start? I'm sorry. No. I thought I thought. the top that's Robbins up there. So let's start with number eleven, and that's that's that's. Twelve John Stockton only white guy shot up to him number six tiny guy number six is for Landau. Magic. In the first round. Oh, yeah. Bias now. Away penny. Hardaway Fernie Hardaway number four. Number fourteen is number fourteen calmly glove, and she would Nike com. Gary Payton who number ten is between Stockton and Carl Malone. His sister might be better at him than back. Yes. Yes. Come on. Rams a belly Jila Reggie Miller. Okay. Number eight side piece to j. Yes, pippin. Okay. No, Reggie Miller. You don't right? And then between Scotty and Shaquille O'Neal's names. I can't remember who that is. Fuck Peyton and now. Went to Duke. Grant Hill grand tail do the real dark, gentlemen, all the way in the back. Who's not standing on any game allows one key Malaysia one and the guy next to him number nine. I remember, he's a dunk master rafters. Always that is that Vince Vince Carter. Yeah. Oh, that might be Mitch rich, and that's Mitch Richmond. That's probably Mitch Richmond. And then David Robinson ham the dream team. Now, if you don't if you don't think if you do not think fucking Robinson was on all the Wynstrol, you're crazy. I don't know think. Why wouldn't you back? Then I wonder how much they were doing back then they're still doing today. They don't test believe that they just for some. But I don't know that they were that. I mean, he was just a such a free for sure possibly he can also just be a free. There might be. Because he's just so shred skews me. If he was lifting ways. Yeah. Why wouldn't you though? I don't give a fuck. No. I don't get a leather ball already such a damn free at maybe put on that size. Yeah. There's freaks freaks, but listen if gun to the head to guess, why not especially back then to prolong your career to gun hurting, saying, no, I'd say, absolutely. Yeah. He's in the navy as my dad's favorite player. How tos he to be in the navy? You thought six six was the cutoff. Will you can't can't fly fucking fighters?.

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"mitch rich" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Anywhere on the FOX ports at Ohio states, beaten, Michigan six straight times winner. This game wins the big ten east Michigan to win by a touchdown. It will be close. Jim Harbaugh has done. What I thought he would do which is take control of the big ten. I'll have thoughts on urban Meyer. There are some massive changes coming in college football for some of the biggest names, and we'll get to that next hour with Michael Vick. But now a decade and a half in the NFL Pro Bowl and a Super Bowl. His name is trend for the coward. Global satellite network. All right. Chicago's mad at me. Because I keep saying listen sometimes it is the coaching more than the players in. My eyes are telling me is that there's a lot of David Copperfield going on with Matt Nagy. I I mean, it is just MIR's allusion in what do you make on Chicago's offense? What do you make of it? It's good stuff. So I agree bills and whistles a lot of misdirection a lot of stuff do help. Mitch trubisky. Have success this stage of rare I'm mentioning talented yet. He's big strong as good arm. Accurate. Primary Seaver can extend plays. In fact, the line of scrimmage get yards. His athleticism moved the chains. What he's still remedial in his development as a quarterback. So Nagy a lot of pressure on himself and the other ten guys by moving them around and giving all these Frasier looks to help grace really haven't aged situations. Permits trubisky. I think it's the right way to coach young for back. You want? Quarterback to be a legend in his own mind. You think he's better than he really is the way you do that you get them cheap. Completions. Throw a lot of screens. You'll get your primary receiver open you create ways for him. So I don't think it's wrong to say the mischievous for product of Nagy system. But at the same time, it's gonna help speed up. Mitch rich mischievous he's learning curve. And and help them become a better player long-term. So Lamar Jackson. He's better than I thought he would be defeated kind of the same way. Like, I don't think he's sustainable that running. But I gotta tell you. It's got a little bit of a whip on him. He kind of moves around. The ravens did a nice job with with his game plan. Fantastic job. I mean to me, it's the it's the best backup or back that way you can have when you're stars hurt. And you can roll out a guy that you can put a whole new often out there for puts tremendous pressure on the defense hard to prepare for a lot of big plays in the running game is a sustainable. Heck, no. Running quarterback and times game in the NFL. Is this sustainable, let alone twenty seven. I watched every snap for that game. And I had anxiety watching. Toby for network. I mean, listen, he's Amar's. We're number eight better. I work. I am rooting hard..

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"mitch rich" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Feels that the other person has either said something or apologized, you're done something. So that both man feel that their reputations have been redeemed, and then they can shake hands, and it's over, and it's only when that negotiation process fails that you end up having an actual dual now at the time southerners, and by the time, you get to the eighteen thirties ruling is seen as a southern custom. In northerners are beginning to really say an end sort of. Dismiss it as a and this is their word barbaric, custom. So what's interesting about this is that by the eighteen thirties dueling is being dismissed by northerners as barbaric, and they're the people who are in congress who are northerners generally know that their constituents would not want them to engage in that kind of a custom. And a lot of what the book talks about is the advantage that this gave two southerners because southerners knew that their constituents had no qualm about them being involved in an affair of honor or a dual and so- southerners were really good in congress at using those rituals to hinted dual challenges or drop threats knowing that northerner is typically would have to back down because they wouldn't want to be put in a situation where they had to confront that. And so, you know, we talk about when we talk about the politics in this period, we talk about gag rules. That were enforced it both in the house and Senate reputation in the house. It was a fierce debate these gag rules that were aimed at not a enabling people to talk about anti slavery petitions on the floor. Well, I talk about in the book, how there was also a gag of violence that the southerners were enforcing with their threats and intimidation so they had kind of a cultural advantage in congress that they really deployed and the rules of honor, and of of the affairs of honor and assumptions that go beyond that about reputation and honor just generally really gave the southerner is an advantage. You basically say the southerners were we're bullies. Right. Exactly. Certainly there were and that was kind of wonderful that that's their word. So so as a matter of fact, congressman. Tended to break their ranks into two kinds of men. And again, these are phrases for them. They talked about how some men were non-combatants typically northerners and some men were fighting men typically typically southerners and a fighting man of the real agenda. So a fighting man who had just known to be the guy who is going to really deploy threats and violence to get his way he would have been known as a bully. I he would have been called that in the press bullies didn't like to be called bully. So they sometimes slug someone for calling them that which to me seems highly ironic because they're proving themselves a bully is there denying being bullied, but yeah, these people were seen as people who routinely easily used threats and violence to get their way. This is letters on politics on Pacifica radio, I Mitch rich. And we are in conversation with JoAnne b Freeman. Joel Embiid Freeman is a professor of history and American studies at Yale University and author of the book the field of blood violence. In congress and the road to civil war. And now you're in conversation with Kathy homeland, and the what was it blood the title of the book, but Kevin Hofland Burt zipper Adrian, Adam the eighteen engineers all the people here we are here. And you said a really good thing before I can go on Mike and see that about what it sounds like what a pledge drive. Sounds like. Yeah. I love that. Let's drives excuse me. A pledge drive. Sounds like munity radio is not true. I mean, we're here the community that is w all comes in here at some point. Answering phones are the people that are already here that are behind the boards. We don't hear from nearly enough. I agree and the new who can call six zero eight two five six two thousand and one or go to W or FM dot ORG press, the donate button and say, Kathy Burt, stop it. I was gonna switch. Yeah. Absolutely. Hey, there's another really cool pledge here..

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"mitch rich" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Security advisor maybe it's overdone their four million people with the, government who have security clearances. So much is classified too many people have clearances, Goodman also thinks there's plenty to criticize John Brennan four including the CIA spying. On the Senate intelligence committee staff who were working on, a CIA on a report on CIA involvement. In, torture and also lying about it Extremely critical during the Obama years when a Brennan, broke, into the computers of the Senate intelligence committee said that it would be beyond the frame of reason to think that the CIA would ever do anything like that Well Do he's the one who ordered the lawyers to look into the Senate intelligence committee computers to see how much they knew that torture and abuse men tried to pull documents out of their. Computers I wrote a piece then saying that Obama should have a real. Threat the separation of powers for someone from the CIA break into a legislative investigation at the Senate intelligence, committee what's conducting former CIA senior, analyst Mel Goodman directs the national security project at John Hopkins University center for international. Policy you can hear the entire interview with Mitch rich on letters and politics at KPFA dot. Org The nation's newsrooms. Published a coordinated series of newspaper editorials condemning President, Trump's attacks on fake news and, suggesting that journalists are the enemy of the people some of the editorials noted, the deaths, of five Annapolis Maryland capital gazette staff. Members at, the hands of a gunman the Boston Globe invited newspapers across the country to stand up, for the press with editorials today and several began appearing online day earlier nearly three hundred and fifty organizations pledged to participate they included major dailies like the New York Times the Chicago sun times and the San Jose Mercury news Eric guitar. Has more the Boston Globe coordinated this effort in has been joined by. Big newspapers such as the New York Times the Denver post and the Chicago sun times as well as, regional papers Boise weekly editor George, Prentiss printed his aditorial on Wednesday he says the divisive language Trump uses about the. Media is a ruining a key pillar of democracy and so his rhetoric has to, be addressed Sometimes even, the simplest of, messages to be said or in this, case with, great clarity no we're not your enemy whenever have, them we've never will Prentice says as an editor he was reluctant to react to the resident but. He eventually felt the need to because of Trump's unending pattern of attacks on the media Trump frequently is called the, press the enemy of the people and fake news about three hundred fifty newspapers had joined this. Effort as of Wednesday Prentice praises the, Boston Globe for coordinating this effort because it allows. Papers big and small to stand together this was extremely unique not necessarily a clarion call from the Washington, Post the times Los Angeles Times that list. As much credence as big a platform to a, small newspaper as it does to, the most famous ones Prentice says important that each paper is writing an editorial, through its, own Lance because people look at and. Hear the, words of the president differently in Boise than they do in Boston the radio television digital. News association also joined with newspapers encouraging TV And radio stations to release editorials. Denouncing attacks on. The media, for public news, service I'm Eric take it off the US, Senate unanimously approved a resolution supporting the median the resolution declared the press is not the enemy of the people Hawaii democrat Brian Schatz introduced it we can't let statements by the president declaring that the press is the enemy of the people go unchallenged both parties complain about the media but who could argue with, Thomas Jefferson who wrote that our. Liberty depends on the. Freedom of the press and that cannot be limited without being lost or James Madison who said that the freedom of the press is one of the greatest bulwarks of liberty and can never be restrained but by despotic governments this resolution also condemns attacks on the institution of, the free press and views the efforts to systematically undermined the credibility of the press as a whole as, an attack, on, our democratic institutions the White House didn't, immediately react To the, Senate vote but President Trump was undeterred by today's show, media solidarity he, tweeted quote the. Fake news media is the opposition party it is. Very, bad, for our great country. But we are winning and he said he wants nothing more than true freedom of the press the Fresno. City council today acknowledged local journalists, newspaper publisher and political activist Mike Rhodes was a Dan is honor Rhodes was honored for his decades of, work in pursuit of free speech and advocacy on behalf of, the city's homeless population Victor reports from Fresno it isn't often that an activist who has sued the city and more, than once been arrested. By that city's police is honored with a proclamation but that's what happened today. In Fresno.

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"mitch rich" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"He was convicted in a mine disaster that killed twenty nine miners he was convicted and did a year for violating safety standards at his mind now just to add some more entertainment value to this race in west virginia mr don blankenship has been running all kinds of ads on tv he's been going after mitch mcconnell the leader of the us senate and here is one of the ads where he's talking about mitch mcconnell and his wife mrs chow who is the head of the us transportation department she has chinese relatives in the shipping business so that's your frame of reference here is he's talking about giving jobs to china the chinese person mitch mcconnell etcetera and i would like to caution you before you hear this you're gonna get an overabundance of personality from this well and and set the rest of the scene give him the visuals on this guy is standing in front of this greenhouse american flag behind him and he's you'll hear what he has to say and then at the end these two blond girls pop up in his arms they look like twins they do look like twins and i'm hoping there at least related to him and they didn't just get some girls off the turkey should say they look like they're about three or four years old don't look like stormy daniels no no no no no there little girls girls but they just come out of nowhere they're all the sudden in his arms it's weird but yeah to admit that would really be something if they look like stormy daniels popped up in the here's this thirty second ad i'm don black chip candidate for us senate and i approve this message swamp captain mitch mcconnell has created millions of jobs for china people while doing so mitch rich in fact as china family has given him tens of millions of dollars mitchell swamp people are now running false negative ads against me they are also childishly calling me despicable and mentally ill the war to drain the swamp and create jobs for west virginia people has begun we'll beat joe mansion and ditz cocaine mitch for the sake of the kids here are the girls at the end of the kids to call mitch mcconnell cocaine mitch okay mitch and in some of the polling now in west virginia he's leading the other two republicans who are both the.

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"mitch rich" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"On tuesday and you'd finish your story sunday maybe monday morning there was tuesday and wednesday before people saw the magsi and you prayed that nothing happened during the environment i did this story about mitch wiggins and lewis loyd for houston you know the redemptive back from drug problems and everything and it was tucked away in magazine hit on tuesday hit got suspend suspended by have league or a violation of the drug politics dayem one of the most delightful people ever dealt with mitch rich reagan's you know who is the father of fog over with israel wigan hideo great guy you know funny guy and i said well upset with some bad time he so lower though were a couple of those that you've got caught with the dreaded tuesday and wednesday these days you then 'unright it on the internet heating the hope but back then you know you couldn't do that of all the stars in that 80s era into the nineties that you wrote about covered who is the hardest guy for you to get to know the toughest whether it's player even team organization the toughest one to get to an end if felt like i never got in his deep as i wished i could have isaiah back when they won their second glitzy they'd be portland ivecco they won their second title almost nobody remembers this but i i think isaiah was always vaguely a disc trust fold that i had plugged.

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"mitch rich" Discussed on The Vertical Podcast with Woj

The Vertical Podcast with Woj

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on The Vertical Podcast with Woj

"On tuesday and you'd finish your story sunday maybe monday morning there was tuesday and wednesday before people saw the magsi and you prayed that nothing happened during the environment i did this story about mitch wiggins and lewis loyd for houston you know the redemptive back from drug problems and everything and it was tucked away in magazine hit on tuesday hit got suspend suspended by have league or a violation of the drug politics dayem one of the most delightful people ever dealt with mitch rich reagan's you know who is the father of fog over with israel wigan hideo great guy you know funny guy and i said well upset with some bad time he so lower though were a couple of those that you've got caught with the dreaded tuesday and wednesday these days you then 'unright it on the internet heating the hope but back then you know you couldn't do that of all the stars in that 80s era into the nineties that you wrote about covered who is the hardest guy for you to get to know the toughest whether it's player even team organization the toughest one to get to an end if felt like i never got in his deep as i wished i could have isaiah back when they won their second glitzy they'd be portland ivecco they won their second title almost nobody remembers this but i i think isaiah was always vaguely a disc trust fold that i had plugged.

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"mitch rich" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"You've now face last season's top two on the road and taken four points from those games apparently wish it could play in london every week they made the capital in you fortress turf moor david the others early fans having good night's out london without a doubt roth impressive performance by then talking of that newcastle sriroj west ham nil another team brought law having a good day against london side the cash roofs that is slamming villages head grows even dinner has hammas lose that third in a row goals from wholesale lou kieron blog and everyone's favorite sensible serb alex hover mitch rich he's of this as a blend of the two it's first 3pointers of the season leave dzhokhar longing for northern italy crazy joke is a battle between two of the worst run football clubs from a footballing perspective in the premier league comes to pay newcastle it lost their opening two games without scoring facing crazy dzhokhar see quivalent of a stool softener three goals he's now conceded ten strikes in two hundred seventy minutes premier league football give the people what they won't dart when start words for slap i'm belych life expectancy is a premier league manager at tatum roughly that of your average russian ambassador right now dave at huddersfield millsap hamza military as had the better of the chances but will lucky to escape the point of the defend the tommie smith cleared a rhyme bertrand header off the line in the dying embers both teams stay unbeaten through three games of you at huddersfield ahead of manchester city three thirty eight into the premier league season a widow roach beautiful terry is the second yuli promoted team.

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"mitch rich" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"mitch rich" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Americans for limited government have been funded by a small group of very very wealthy people for a number of years i don't have the last year's numbers are i i would be more than welcome to look our neineither using you'll see that her trip whatever we're talking ideology i mean that as an ad hominem attack and if it came across their way apologize fine um i actually we spent a lot of time talking about corporate cardio and while if may of incorrect in it here's overall tone in some respects what we have today is with system worthy or the wealthy could work louise government work with ingram worked community away governments to create the outcomes with pay wives against their competitors so what we really end up with the out system is the administrative state is working hand in glove with those who have the power to be able to manipulate it to the to the detriment of the rest of us and that's why would you take a look at trade deal to you take a look at the tax code you take a look at a wanted it differ your element of the of government you what you see is the outcomes are less about what good is the best interest of the public reading the voters who elected the politicians on either side of the aisle but more in terms of was the curse of those factions boost your previous election for those of you who is there is for able to drive government to their own and so let me get this right ear here argument is the uh bharti mitch rich people with a specific agenda let's let's say you know petro billionaires are corrupting government by giving large sums of money to politicians to for example deny climate change or to give them tax breaks by cutting health care for millions of people and and that corruption of government is a legitimate reason to destroy the government cool or to minimize.

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