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New Jersey to Give Free Beer to Covid Vaccine Recipients
"Jersey is launching a shot and a beer program and New Jersey Any New Jersey residents who gets there first vaccine dose this month and takes their vaccination card toe. A participating brewery will get a free beer. Governor Phil Murphy of New Jersey hopes it will encourage people 21 older to get a vaccine
Aaron Rodgers Confirms Rift With Packers in off-Camera Discussion With Mike Tirico
"To NBC Sports Mike to Rico that there is a rift between him and the Packers management. Rogers a V I P guest at the Kentucky Derby today. Packers President Mark Murphy, those saying the team has been working to resolve any conflicts over the past several months and remains committed to have Roger's play for Green Bay next season and beyond. Red flag
Thousands of Vaccine Doses Going Unused Across U.S. As Demand Declines
"Concerned? The demand for the covert 19 vaccine is declining. NBC's Marcus Moore report thousands of doses going unused across the country. In Oklahoma, a state where the average daily death toll is rising. FEMA is going door to door in an effort to change people's minds in Philadelphia, the clock is ticking 3000 doses set to expire this afternoon at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. After vaccinating 7000 people a day they're the average has dropped to the low hundreds. I don't want to do it, but I'm gonna do it because I want to go see my grandson and my daughter. Overall cases across the country are dropping and states are now rolling back more restrictions in Georgia, the Atlanta Braves truest part it will be open at 100% capacity next week. And in New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, signing an executive order allowing day and sleep away camps to reopen this summer. But as life returns to normal and alert, some insurance companies are also changing policies. And no longer waving some covert fees. People have that cope. It now could be facing huge deductible payments of $1000.2000 dollars, even more than that one provider at not telling ABC news that while some of their wavers like inpatient treatment expired in January and February, Are still waiving fees for covert testing and vaccines. ABC is markets more
Phillips' Homer Helps Rays Cool off Athletics 4-3
"The Tampa Bay rays slumping offense came to life by pounding out ten hits in route to a four three victory over the Oakland A.'s World Series hero Brett Phillips delivered the big blow a two run Homer in the sixth inning that gave the raiders the lead they would not surrender Sean Murphy second Homer in two days led off the ninth inning for Oakland the rays closer Diego Castillo shut down the gays from there for his fifth save Jeffrey springs got the win while Frankie Montas took the loss the rays are now twelve and twelve all the eighties drop to fifteen and nine I'm Tom Aikens
Supermodel Carolyn Murphy on 20 Yeas as the Face of Estee Lauder
"Today. I sit down with supermodel. Carolyn murphy who has been modeling for thirty years and this year is celebrating twenty years as the face of estee lauder indeed. She is the longest reigning folks model in the industry. I wanted to ask caroline. How modeling has changed in. Three decades including how implementers are impacting the space and how brand partnerships have evolved welcome caroline. Oh my gosh. Thank you for that introduction. I heard as your with you today and to have all the listeners. And yeah there's lots to talk about on so exciting so much to talk about. Let's talk about this twenty year partnership twenty by. Has that made sense. Why has that worked out so well. Well i don't know why i can't really speak for the behalf of the brand south but you know it's crazy. I would have never dreamed that we would be having this conversation. Were i would say that. I was the face of estee lauder twenty years later or actually maybe faces estee lauder to begin with is still when i'm on set and pinching myself. It's like a dream. Come true. Because i grew up with the brand i mean literally i grew up my nana's vanity her white linen and the gold tubes of lipstick and i remember just pining to wear beautiful perfume and going to the beauty counters in seem paulina Cova is the bride. And my mom's sticks advance asians so for me growing up with this brand having my entry point with clinic which you know they own and using the three step and then prescriptive which they also own which was concealing. You're too young for any of this but it's just really it really is phenomenal. And i'm so proud. And i'm so grateful and i'm so honored and i'm still to this day in
Ryan Murphy, on the Singular American Designer - Halston
"In the one thousand nine hundred. Seventy s halston was the most famous designer in america. Embodying the age of studio fifty four with his deductive clothes. The sense you luxury of his interiors and his hedonist lifestyle. Halston inspired a generation of future designers. But none more so than tom. Ford this is hamish. Bowles and provokes may issue. I have a chance to speak with tom. And ryan murphy. Dollywood mega producer. Who's bringing halston liked to the screen and a five part series of netflix's that stars. Ewan mcgregor as the designer whose life was an inspiration. And a cautionary tale. Here's an edited version of all far-ranging compensation ryan. I wonder how this project came to you. What excited you about halston and the an historian the arc of his career and life. And what made you feel. This could be to into a series all. It's funny because i grew up in indiana. Were halston trump surrounded by cornfields on churches. I always heard about two people from indiana. Who had sort of gotten out of the state onto bigger glamorous. Things one was florence henderson. in one was halston. He was always sort of a big figure in my mind. A representation of somebody who had come from humble beginnings that had gone on to do something incredible with his life and i was always moved by him tone. When did you first become aware of halston. And his work can wanted that mean to you at that moment. A little bit disabled so growing up as a kid. My grandmother always had w which then was a gigantic newspaper thing and so i was very aware as a fifteen year old of halston was you couldn't not be aware if you cared about design in that time. I mean the ultra suede rap. Dino suede dress. He did the the luggage for hartman. I mean you. you couldn't miss
Prosecutor Placed on Leave After Suggesting Adam Toledo Was Armed When Shot
"A veteran prosecutor Even accurate information to a judge in the case related to the Toledo shooting prior to the release of the body Cam video change, Murphy said in court that Plato had a gun in his hand. The moment he was shot, state's attorney's office issued a correction. Five days later. Video shows Toledo drop the gun less than a second before the officers fired. Former Cook County prosecutor Matt For Corey says it's common to be given limited information before bond court hearing. It looks bad because of the Justice Malek case and some other things that have gone on and it's it almost looks like this is big conspiracy. I don't think it's that Attorney is on paid administrative lead. While the state's attorney's office conducts the internal investigation. Authorities say they've apprehended a person in
Prosecutor Placed on Leave Following Comments About Adam Toledo
"In Illinois is being put on administrative leave after he failed to fully present the facts in the Adam Toledo case. Assistant State's attorney James Murphy is on paid leave pending an investigation after he presented the facts following the police shooting death. The 13 year old. The county state's attorney's office is now saying Murphy fell to fully inform himself before speaking on the case. Following the release of the body camera footage Toe laid out is seen surrendering the police officers with empty hands in the air before being shot while a gun was found near the scene. It's unclear if the teenage boy was ever holding the weapon. A nurse in South Florida
Martinsville Cup Recap
"The final lap with kerry murphy is is on nascar cup series race recap from martinsville speedway which started on saturday under the lights and ended on sunday under the lights after heavy rains. Let's take a look ten to one. Kyle busch somehow kind of top ten with a mangled number eighteen race car. Then got kevin harvick tyler. Radic number eight. Christopher bell joey. Logano kyle larson william byron number four denny. Hamlin led more than half of the race and ends up third. Ouch and in second chase elliott comes up one spot short of the win. So let's head to victory lane. Our martin tricks. Junior has become the seasons. I race winner with twenty nine. Th career win third career martinsville win third of the last four races at this track and now with three grandfather clock trophies in his house. I'm not sure how he's going to get any sleep with that. Other stories on the day ryan blaney won. Both of stages led a ton of laps in this race. Only to get busted for leaving the pillbox equipment. The air hose and the gun. You're not supposed to bring that with you late in the race while running up front about forty three laps to go and a massive talladega like wreck bush. Chris butcher banged fenders took out the likes of kurt. Busch brad keselowski kyle busch cole. Custer alex bowman daniels wars and many others on lap. Three eighty six up next to the cup. Series is yet another short-track richmond. Raceway sunday three pm eastern on fox and martin tricks junior has won two of the last three at this track. Nineteen car again
Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine shortage to hit New York, U.S.
"Vaccine is about to drop dramatically. Dana harsh Edna Fox TV affiliates to WN Y W reports from New York, according to the CDC. Next week, Johnson and Johnson will distribute 86% fewer doses across the country than what's currently being allocated. New York State will see an 88% week over week drop in the Johnson and Johnson supply, while New Jersey officials expect and nineties. 6% decline, but J and J is clearly have had some challenges. Our objective is 4.7 million people by the end of June, so there's going to be a couple of months there for you to allow you to do that. Governor Murphy defends the state's upcoming eligibility expansion by saying not everyone who qualifies will immediately come forward to get their shots about 15 million doses of the vaccine were ruined.
Arizona parts ways with Sean Miller amid NCAA investigation
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting Arizona parts ways with basketball coach Sean Miller the university of Arizona announced Wednesday Sean Miller will not return as men's basketball coach next season Miller spent twelve years in Tucson guiding the Wildcats to five pac twelve regular season titles three pac twelve tournament titles and reaching the NCAA tournament's elite eight three times but a twenty seventeen F. B. I. investigation into shady recruiting practices at several top college basketball programs included Arizona Arizona issued a self imposed a postseason ban this year associate head coach Jack Murphy will serve as the Wildcats interim head coach hi Mike Rossi up
New Jersey COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Expands To Include Those 55+
"Expanding vaccine eligibility that happens as it today more groups of folks anybody age 55 older is eligible for a vaccine. But I feel Murphy expecting a huge influx of covert 19 vaccinations either side of eastern, which is on April 4th. I believe the supplies both not just change a bit. Visor and Madonna or going toe. I'm gonna use the word explode. People age 16 and older in New Jersey. We have intellectual or developmental disabilities are also newly eligible. In New York, though
Are the Packers Preparing for Life After Aaron Rodgers?
"Take a listen to our friend. Chris canty who was on keyshawn. Jay will zubin. The packers are telling you that prepares you for life. After aaron rodgers one front last season was with the personnel. This front. This offseason is with the financial house and making sure that they can have aaron rodgers on a year to year proposition rather than committing cab dollars and resources to in future years so i think that this is mark murphy in his roundabout way of saying. We're getting ready for life after aaron rodgers. We don't know exactly when that is because we gave him that contract in two thousand eighteen. We're going to be the ones to determine when exactly that happens. Not the player you heard them. The packers are preparing for life after aaron rodgers. No doubt obviously. They drafted now first of all that they really liked to take jordan. Love means that they didn't decide this year. We're going to take a quarterback they. They decided within like a two to three year window. Probably when we see a quarterback. We think we will be great. We're going to grab him and that we could actually get in the draft because they usually have a good record and jordan love they grabbed. They think he's going to be the next great one. When you look at the packers time between store and brett farve but you know as pretty you know breakfast starring brett farve and then during brett forbes rain they draft aaron rogers and rogers even better than fourth. Now they have gordon love. They're preparing for life after aaron rodgers. The thing is what tom brady just showed you. Is these dudes playing to their mid forties nowadays early mid forties. Who knows how much time. Rogers has
Phil Murphy signs legislation expanding early voting in New Jersey
"Governor Phil Murphy is signed legislation establishing early in person voting in New Jersey as NPR's Sally her ship's reports. The move comes just days after Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed legislation tightening voting restrictions. New Jersey residents could already vote early via absentee ballot, but the new law gives them another option Voting early in person. Polling places in New Jersey will be required to be open for early voting Monday through Saturday from at least 10 a.m. to eight p.m. and Sundays from 10 to 6. Georgia's new law implements multiple restrictions. Voters who want us have been an absentee ballot via mail. Need a photo I d. And it gives more control to the Republican state Legislature. Murphy. It was joined at an online signing ceremony for the bill by Stacey Abrams, the voting rights advocate who pushed for expanded access for voters in Georgia. Other states like Florida and Texas are seeing bills that also seek to limit voter access. Sally her ship's NPR
New Jersey, New York have highest new COVID-19 cases
"Jersey and new york are on top of the list. They don't want to be on the state's now. Ranked number one and two in new corona virus infections per capita both states recently loosened some restrictions but governor phil. Murphy's says new jersey will hit the pause
"Comedy Team Magic" Interview & Set with Mack & Jamie Show #58 - burst 02
"Nobody new music like him and having a hard rock station to work on. That must have been fun for you. Jamie in having that i met mack started working together and key. West are the comic strip from new york opened a annex club in fort lauderdale and they would bring down four comedian new york every week before lauderdale and have them perform in that club and we got windows but through a gal who used to living key west but went up there and was a waitress at the club and she called us and said hey you guys are as funny as any of these guys and you should come up work at this club and we were so freak out. We worked with paul reiser. We work with dennis. Wolfer with sindbad. Jerry seinfeld betty murderer cara leader and murphy. All these people would come down to the fort. Lauderdale club four to turn and we would drive up. Every week was a five hour drive. And we drive up to the weekend shows. And we got so that we were regulators there and so we got to know. These people and rick overton All these great comics. I should go to new york so did you.
Lakers Defeat Cavs As Buyout Market Heats Up
"Got a win and it was a good win. It was just a solid win where they got it done with defense 102 eighty-six. They get the double years old friend Larry Nance Jr. For the Cavs. My goodness, 17 points ten boards five assists nice outing for him. Great to see great dude, Larry Nance Jr. But it was the Lakers who really stole the show in the second half Murphy Flores coming up big for the Lakers 13 points. Don't normally see him in double-digits five boards plus a block three of seven from Deep kuzma only four points, but eight boards and seven assists again finding ways to log in even when he's not scoring so you gotta like that they're from him but 17 points from Dennis Schroder probably the story of the game four steals seven. It says five boards for of 10 shooting out for of Sorry 7 or 12 shooting my screen skipped a bit. They're seven of twelve shooting one of two from the three-point line two of two from the free throw line for steals seven turn off, but he had the ball in his hands pretty much the entire game whenever he was on the floor. He had the ball. So I guess we'll forgive him from that. But is he going to get paid? We need to talk a little bit about that cuz I'm getting a bit nervous about the job situation. And then of course Montrezl Harrell, ho-hum. Just doing Montrezl Harrell. Thanks 24 and 10. Come on mantras ten or fifteen shooting. Imagine. If you shot better than fifty percent from 3/4 of a table. I'm sorry from the free throw line for of eight from the free throw line tonight. That's not going to get it done. But seven offensive boards 10 boards and seven of them are on the offensive end just more amazing stuff from my name is Harold gotta love that.
Suburban New Yourk City Expands Vaccine Eligibility
"Jersey will lower the Corona virus vaccine eligibility age to 55 starting April 5th James flipping reports Governor Murphy toward a vaccine clinic it Kean University before making the announcement. So a week from Monday all New Jerseyans age 55 over will be eligible for vaccination. Both he and first lady Tammy Murphy among those who will be eligible, and I'm going to make my vaccine appointment as well, she Through the state process that millions of New Jerseyans have done for. There's also more professions will be granted access. We will be moving to the next tier of essential workers based on their employment sector.
"murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Ben Max from Gotham Gazette and jared Murphy from city limits. Welcome to maximum Murphy. What did the Democratic presidential candidates have to say to New Yorkers? Welcome to a special edition of Maxim. Murphy this is Ben Max Gotham Gazette and the maximum maximum murphy. We had a special live events show on Wednesday February twenty sixth than we brought together six supporters of the six major Democratic presidential candidates we had a supporter of Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders Amy Klobuchar Michael Bloomberg And Joe Biden join us at the Commons cafe in Brooklyn just below the WB APP studio for a panel discussion about why those supporters support those Democratic presidential candidates the state of the race. How the candidates really are differentiated from themselves and a whole lot more. It was really great discussion and coming up on this episode here that you're listening to you'll hear just about all of it. We did have a little bit of a technical issue. At the event so there are a couple little chunks early on that are missing but then it all got straightened out and you hear a lot of really good thoughts from those. Six supporters will be introduced in just a moment We had a really great smart passionate panel of folks supporting each of those six major Democratic candidates and just want to make clear. These are supporters of the candidates. Some of them are official surrogate. Some not so really just referring to them as supporters so nothing really that was said should be interpreted as official campaign rhetoric much more attributable to the individual person. Speaking just to be clear really enjoyed the discussion. It happened the day after the South Carolina debate and just leading up to the South Carolina. Primary which is then closely followed by a lot of voting happening on Super Tuesday. And New York's primary which comes up in April with a period of early voting and then the actual Presidential Primary Day April twenty eighth. We do not know of course at this point who will be competing at that juncture in the Democratic primary but we had a great discussion for New Yorkers to really start thinking about who they might vote for when Democrats get the head to the polls on April twenty eighth and in the early voting period preceding it and just to be clear Both Jarrett Murphy end myself moderated the panel with these six supporters of the presidential candidates as I said a little bit of the beginning got cut off but the first question that we posed to the six folks join us really was very simple. Why are they supporting the presidential candidate? They are supporting that. They were there speaking in support of and so the first person you're going to hear from is Ana Maria Archie who is the CO Executive Director of the Center for Popular Democracy and. She was speaking in her support of Senator Bernie Sanders and she kicked off our event and let his lifetime and I know that he said every election at that. Everyone knows a sacrament. Beef is the election for lifetime because we are living in a moment of incredible darkness. We have his team and every single day of his administration.
"murphy" Discussed on R.W. Murphy Book News
"Episode five an irish devils hole by our w murphy brother other joe decided to ignore the advice of his older wiser sibling. He concluded that he needed to go downstairs and have a chat with the four or of them. His intent was probably pure sharing our adventures of the day with them rationalizing. Our lateness were noble. Objectives lives conversely. I just knew without the least reservation that it was a really bad mistake. He ignored my <hes> warnings for me. I chose the avoidance strategy. I mentioned and headed to bed with the book that had been the proximate cause of the entire entire course of events i plan to face the music a few hours later knowing that joe had become a self destructive lightning rod and might consume most the ringer before then that being the case. I never really saw what joe actually did that night but i can conjure up what has to be a reasonable facsimile in my mind fairly easily. There are two living witnesses joe and my dad but neither either are talking at this point picture my mom sitting there with to a very good friends in front of whom she would become mortified by two of her sons behaviors bad enough right now picture joe coming down the stairs looking like a survivor from the battle of gettysburg leesburg and talking ragtime bloody dirty torn trousers drunk somewhat incoherent flying solo without his partner in crime any attempt on his part to explain away. The events were subsumed by my parents horror. You're just at the sight alone. The backs did not matter the friends new to they listen to jo's rant for a bit but having thank figuratively held my parents hand during what had been a long night in mourning their job was done the boys were home safely and what was to to happen next was between the murphy's not them they tactfully bid goodbyes and we're out of there as quickly as decorum when wouldn't allow what i did not know at that point is what part of the whole thing with most upset my mother with the continuum running from rudeness rudeness due to the late hour to carnage joe's physical state. My guess is that it was not long. After the guests had left the my folk's sorted joe to his room and they shut down have become a form of situation room for the last six seven hours going to bed themselves elves. Yes i had voided the direct confrontation however i probably had not factored in the simmering anger of an irish mother cou perceived her cubs to be a mortal danger especially one of them several hours later when i woke up with the obligatory hangover commensurate answer it with a prior days partaking and went downstairs from my bedroom to the first floor. I expected to have to start some serious explaining. It was not required. The house was abandoned. Mother father in joe were all gone the last being as culpable as myself itself. I figured they must have just mercifully. Let me sleep in if he had walked away relatively unscathed at seems it's the consequences would be minor. His skit of a few hours ago would never have been enough to indemnify him. We both must be safe. I was so very wrong again. Instead of a cool down period i had just given my mother enough time to build up a head of steam something in my entire life i only seen a couple of times and hardly ever towards me personally in the present case she had clearly drawn a straight great line from lucifer to me while somehow failing to indict her youngest son the charges were not clearly levied the punishment certainly was she had removed my stocking from where the others hung and left a note there that in so many words said that i had forfeited my invitation to enjoy christmas in her home a pariah in my own mother's home wow she in my dad and brother joe had all gone for the day to my mom sister's house a few towns over about ten miles away standing there alone. I realized that there were no presence with my name on them under the tree. If she had left the stocking up filled mine to the top with an irish doubles those coal she would not have been able to cut any more excruciating way to my heart yet. I couldn't understand how or why i was being singled singled out for such extraordinary treatment joe had been as bad or worse than me but he seemed to have gotten a pardon. I was soon to find out why the array of transgressions was brought. Indeed however the one that's utterly enraged. Mrs murphy would hardly have been on my radar head. I tried to discern the source. The conundrum was solved for me a few hours later. It was not the early morning our it was not the we had left to worry. It was not the embarrassment in front of her friends. It was not the bloodied countenances. Let's have joe coming down the stairs. No it was the short drive from oak grove station to her house. In fact was even more narrow arrow. It was the fact that i as the eldest had allowed my younger brother to get behind the wheel. When we were both clearly seriously impaired haired the fairness of this one-sided indictment notwithstanding implicit in her logic was it. I as the eldest had some degree of control roll over joe after he tumbled down the stairs at oak grove. Nothing is far from the truth. I could not have dissuaded him from driving no matter how strong my argument in addition possession being the operative consideration he had the car keys from earlier in the evening very hypothetically late we possibly could have argued to a stalemate and maybe taken a cab from the station to her house but that would have assumed a level of sober contemplation relation far beyond the reality of the situation who would also have required some means of communication in the wee hours with a cab company. Hey which inner by itself would have been problematic in the presell bone world any counter arguments by me were futile concluding her position -sition my mother's argumentative kudarat what's so simple. It was indefensible. She told me that as the oldest it was just my responsibility ability period no matter how much culpability rightly rested with my brother as the oldest i would serve the time so order the judge at least the only one mattered in her house so what to do. I doubt it my mother would be able to hold the punishment line in a a public setting. Although i'll kantor she had already shown behavior that day that did not resemble what i knew to be her core personality analogy she had been on an labral tear. Just a few hours earlier facing her would still be a role of the dice. There was another it to remain factor my mom's sister sheila had always been somewhat doting on me. It probably stemmed from when she lived with my family a. and her early twenties and i was a sort of surrogate younger brother to her. I was pretty sure that there would not be a united front there. It would be harder if my mother to make a scene if she was so inclined. I also knew my mother would not be the really vindictive or confrontational hopper. Take the type of person once she had vented her splaine by removing the stocking and writing the note she would inevitably be looking for a way to be more conciliatory without however losing face on the underlying issue that continued to burn for long time somewhat like a smoldering smoldering peat bog wildfire the takes a winter's followed snow before it can be extinguished. I also had a pacifier of sorts. It's i still had the book we had towed it all through boston. The prior day. It was still a great present with all that quasi logic in mind signed. I cleaned up and hopped in a second car. My parents had at the house and made the drive to sheila's house. This car had seen much better days. Ace was more reserved vehicle than daily drive yet. Even with a loose steering linkage a questionable breaks as successfully navigated through through a few small massachusetts towns until i got there about noon. Sheila lived in the small town which had grown up before moving to florida. I knew the route well and episode five an irish devils coal by our w murphy..
"murphy" Discussed on R.W. Murphy Book News
"Episode three and irish devils coal by our w murphy the bar area was a relatively large open space joe and i set they're chatting with the bartender her. The woman with a child was kind of huddled off in a corner on the opposite side of the room at about eleven thirty pm. I i felt tug at my elbow. It was the lady with the child in her arms. I was surprised by her approach but even more surprised allies but what she had to say. There were never any introductions between all of us. She may have been listening to our conversation with the bartender. Whatever made her feel. We were safe. It was still odd when she told joe in may that she was going to midnight church service nearby and asked asked if we would go with her and her child there are three of four churches within reasonable walking distance of that corner beacon street the catholic cathedral would probably have been more a cab ride than walk with babe in arms as padre today. It seems to me see that is what she had in mind but it could have been one of the other closer churches. The actual church is moot. We were hardly in the church-going mindset sits. It was now after eleven thirty. I told her that the best plan was for her to go ahead without us us and we would meet her at the church shortly. I hope she did not reserve space in a pew for us because we never showed the services is a cheers at midnight seem to fulfil our spiritual needs just fine right about then again in retrospect a sawyer woman with babe in arms seemingly alone on a dark christmas eve night asking for the companionship of strangers was it a lifeline highflying being thrown by opposing forces to data the fallen angels who had been guiding has so far had we accepted her invitation with the balance of our trip turned out differently to the former most would only say who knows although others more inclined would swear very clearly a sign to the latter question. There's actually very little to ponder by spurning that mess approach. We likely made the next few hours virtually inevitable. We were not aware but clearly chosen a side. Since we were the only customers in the place he was willing to keep serving as gratis just to keep him company until his closing time which was a few hours off still in a brief moment of lucidity and realizing it had now actually become christmas per se hey we opted to decline his generosity and began our egress back. Out of boston was only about twelve thirty a m late late but reasonably explainable to our parents. It was hardly the first time we had partied together and being m._i._a. For a few ours wouldn't cause too much concern even so it was somewhat rude that we didn't call tell them always okay. I knew knew it would not be all roses when we got back but it was really a small san and no one would want to make bigger christmas day besides we have been successful at securing the president of all presence from the publishers rep again the beer logic having now been made more found by scotch logic allowed me to rationalize away how my mother might react to her eldest child and her youngest child gal leaving her to worry for hours. I was pretty sure it was a survivable faux pas on our part however there we're still more advanced to unfold that night that caused that conclusion to be far off the mark. I said earlier earlier. The part of this story is missing in my mind. It starts about here some my call it a blackout drunk. I personally don't think it rises to that diagnosis. However what is absolutely undeniable is that roughly twelve thirty a._m. to one thirty a._m. December twenty five nineteen eighty five is not recorded anywhere in my memory banks <music> as much as i have strained recall that our it is indeed missing apparently ad infinitum what makes the missing missing our the lynch pin of this entire story is that as navigator on our jot it was up to me to find a way from a barstool a cheers to a warm cozy bed fifteen miles out in the suburbs joe had no experience with the subway system and i wrote out would not be exactly backtracking the one which again none of the nearest t. stations were the one we're used earlier in the morning. All i recall is telling joe as we exited cheers that we had to find the park street station on the opposite side of boston common. I knew from experience that most of the lines intersected there..
"murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"We've supported visiting bus bill to bring back free buses approximity bill that would have people like when they decide what prison they send and somebody to do you know that the in the algorithm nowhere is it like keep them close to their children so i i think it sounds like it's not a big deal but it is a big deal because at the end of the day people being able to live with families will address more problems than anything else <hes> because because we demonize people who are incarcerated and we assume that they are bad people. We also stigmatize their family which is extremely unfair. Most people have families that are able and would want to be able to provide support for them but we demonize families. We stigmatize ties their children. <hes> and we made it very difficult so i actually think that would be. It's a big ask because who they are and what we're trying to do but i think it would make a huge huge difference to think about this next generation of children how they're affected right now. We are talking to the council about out. Child-sensitive arrest bills to be able to have police think about children when they arrest somebody and then think about them when they incarcerate them and then think about them when they come home because i do think that that's going to be the solution or at least interesting part of it well. We have been very pleased to be speaking this afternoon with with elizabeth gaines who is the president and c._e._o. Of the osbourne association thanks so much for coming on maxim murphy and please keep up updated on what happens is next session okay so to great interview so much this is where we have to start like you know really leveraging our producers and editors here for a second hour yeah exactly great points there one of them that comes up more and more as be i think she she mentioned there's some fatigue and exhaustion with reform form not just that but we're now moving into a period where the stories about people being incarcerated <hes> because they jumped subway turnstile those those are fading being away that will still occur to be problematic for talking about people in state prisons now. Some of them are serving life sentences because they have been convicted of extremely serious crimes crimes you you can't sort of dismiss that is a more difficult population to build a mass movement around because the characters just aren't as sympathetic and yeah people tend to like simple narratives and at this point criminal justice if it ever was is not a simple story yeah i mean i'll say you know it's tipping in that direction but they're certainly quite a bit in between and they're certainly still will you know a number of folks going to jail and prison around lower level offenses because they have again some background conviction. There's there's there's a lot of gradations parole exactly elements <hes> so you know we saw recently some high profile cases of parole board decisions decisions letting people of elder age out of prison but who had been part of very serious or committed very serious crimes <hes> decades ago and that that is still as you said just not something that necessarily plays well so to speak with popular narratives and press treatment and and is easy for people to get out and oppose. You know this is not something really. I've spent a lot of time thinking about or studying and i you know i i don't know what the right balances but you know there are compelling arguments around <hes> when people are of certain ages <hes> reconsidering whether they should be locked up so a topic we will revisit some time later on the show among many others. We are max and murphy. He's been max from cosmic is that i'm jared murphy from city limits. Let's run every wednesday at five pm with our engineer. Reggie working the dials in our interns siam. Stay tuned for the w._b._a._i. Evening news coming up but six and have a great week in the greatest city in the world yeah the..
"murphy" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"They pulled the chair tax on tap with david axelrod rod and mike murphy murphy we haven't spoken since be early morning hours of friday in the the the blush of the debate but now you know it's always true that you have to wait and see how things settle in a few days before you can really assess what happened what what happened doesn't a differ that much from a from and what we saw but now we see some numbers on it there every different polls that show joe biden with like a ten point drop a in support since that debate in a significant boost calmly harris so you're sitting sitting in a war rooms of these two campaigns and will get togethers in a minute what do you thinking let's let's start with biden because i looks looks to me like yeah that's the study being the guy problems here yeah i would be first of all i'd be thinking how much whiskey do we have in the hotel is we might need all of it because i think in in the biden campaign has been sending it tell here of course calmly did very well in the debate but she also won the media echo chamber afterwards so now that moves the noise meter this early polling it really shows you how on tethered everything is so if i were in the biden world i'd be kinda i know that what's coming bad debates get worse in the coverage afterward is everything you did that was good is forgotten and i'd be thinking about all right we we gotta make a call here can joe get a lot better and the tell i'm saying is they don't think he can so i would try plan b only thing i got left and i may be wrong about joe getting better i'd try anyway but they seem to be doing that i would i would pivot big foreign affairs where i'm supposed to be the world master trump's giving me a big opportunity of north korea i would jump on it and pick a fight on on my issue and try to change the channel we should a dilemma limit queue up a a little bit of an exchange that donald trump had with his new best friend kim jong hoon a in north korea the other day and then let's get back to the point you just may can we got to meet andrei stepping post headline was agreed on a lot of progress has been made a lot of friendships have been made in particular a great friendship so i just wanna thank you very much you notice i wanna say leaving aside the fact that people on your side of the aisles head would be exploding right now if that was brock obama standing next to kim jong hoon who has done very little in the way of concessions a an called him a great friend the world's world's greatest human rights abusers aisha a you know a nuclear pirate 'em pretty remarkable but forget about that why isn't joe joe biden has been involved in foreign relations the national security issues for forty five years he a any boasts of it you know normally he he he never raised any of these issues never raised iran never raised anything in the debate that i can remember that was at least memorable about national security and these things are happening why isn't joe biden out there kicking trump's hassen is you know i i don't get.
"murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"I went to the UK, for example, immediately after my primary the week after for UK labor party conference in Liverpool where I expected to be relatively anonymous and people recognized being there, which was very very peculiar and surprising for me. I think that that alone was an indicator not of of who I am really as a candidate. But of the extraordinary attention that the race. Received. So I think I think if anything it was just a higher level of scrutiny than I could have expected, especially as as a brand new candidate. Does that mean that that you don't feel like you did anything that you regret? Or are there things that now you feel like you do wanna prove to to your constituents, especially it demanded for me was to just think carefully about my own how how my own narrative the significance of my own narrative. Right as a candidate and gave it gave me the opportunity to. I think articulate that better. I think if if I would change anything it would have been to be more prepared for that. And I'm I'm glad that going into going into session. But also into the next the next election. I'll have had that experience and be able to better communicate and more clearly communicate with. With with my constituents so talking about the session and the governor, obviously, Democrats control the Senate, there's a lot of power there. But the governor of still has a lot of thority in terms of keeping him honest. Progressive goals. How do you see you and other advocates slash elected officials doing that what's the mechanism? He's won a landslide victory is in there for another four years. How do you hold him to his promises, and we should note that you cross endorsed with his primary opponents at the Nixon as context area? I mean, even even as governor Cuomo won a huge victory. I think it I think that what that race demanded what the governor's race to banded was for him to actually confront issues that he didn't previously have to take a a very clear stance on and I think with the deadline coming up in June on the rent laws, for example, with the L train shutdown coming up in April. These are things that previously the governor may have have not had to pay attention to. But are naturally coming to ahead. And so I think that is that is one thing is is the naturally is going to face pressure to to make decisions about the MTA about. I think about congestion pricing different funding mechanisms and as. As a legislator. I'm I'm hopeful that particularly with the majority that we have in such a progressive majority that we will have more leverage to to pressure governor Cuomo when when necessary and certainly around the budget as well, we're gonna have to leave it there. Julius house. Our state Senator elect Julius Houser. Thank you. And thank you for watching agenda two thousand nineteen Manhattan neighborhood network for more on this series. You can visit 'em N dot org. Gotham dot com or city limits about org from the Manhattan neighborhood network studios. I'm Ben max. And I'm Jared, Murphy goodbye..
"murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"What do you what do you see sort of some of the dynamics that are going to be in play? There. Are there do do you see a lot of things lining up where the assembly in the Senate majorities will agree and really have to just sort of convinced the governor to get on board are there different priorities in the assembly versus the Senate. How how does that all work say I have yet to have a conversation about the priorities of the speaker? I don't know if they've met in conference the way, we have already to be perfectly honest. But traditionally the assembly has been able to pass a lot of the progressive legislation that's been stalled for a long time in a Republican controlled state Senate. And of course, a lot of the legislation that we campaigned on not just me, but the other IDC challengers and even others who once he didn't come in like Julius ally. Right. We are. We are very upfront about what our priorities are an ultimately were hoping that the assembly will. Stay in support of these things. Because of course, we know that sometimes it's easier to support things that you know, aren't going to go anywhere. But you know, we we we are aware that that is a possibility, and we'll be working with the state assembly to make sure that you know, things stay the priority that they should be year from now journalists like us they're going to look back on two thousand nineteen and say, here's your that began with all this hope these speculations democratic controlled state government a long list of progressive legislation. What got done what didn't what do you think is a realistic expectation for voter? There's so much on the table. There are other things to think about to what would be a reasonable expectation for successes this year. And where do you think we'll still do work a year from now, I think that for sure we like I said earlier we have to pass the reproductive health act. I would really love to. See a lot of voter reform pass before twenty twenty specifically automated registration early voting. No, excuse absentee ballots, even campaign finance reform for certain I mean, running for office is very very difficult, especially for people who have to work for a living. So making sure that that more working class New Yorkers can run for office and compete is. I think very very important. And I really think that there needs to be significant progress made on the MTA front or New Yorkers are going to revolt. I mean, I I was you know, Josh with you guys earlier about how I had to. I now have learned to leave twenty minutes earlier. And of course, the train was on time today. Right. So I was here a little a little a little earlier than you guys. But, but Nevertheless, I think that that's now become the exception not the norm. And that's a problem because we can't be the best city in the world. If our, you know, our trains, not working to follows on that one is other than congestion pricing..
"murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Maybe it's just more making sure that everybody has insurance and healthcare rather than a single payer system. So I am I am very much in favor of a single payer system. That is what we campaigned on. And that is what we would love to deliver. I think that once Gustavo is done having all of the conversations he needs to have. We'll hopefully have a good Bill that everyone everyone can accept your district. What do you see is the case for single payer? Sometimes healthcare is talked about it's kind of an abstract issue with principles and ideology. But in terms of your constituents where is the case in your district to move what we have now to a single payer system. So for starters, the single payer healthcare Bill would cover transitions for a lot of my transgender neighbors, regardless of whether they are documented or not, and this is a huge huge issue because unfortunately, not many insurance companies cover the medical needs for these transitions. And if they do cover the only. For them partially. So this is something that's very important to me and making sure that transgender New Yorkers are included. And of course, then there are undocumented immigrants and making sure that we're actually seeing access to healthcare as a public health issue. We don't want the person on the subway next to us to be coughing to be no we want. We want to prioritize preventive care. We don't want there to be any barrier. Espec- especially in economic one for New Yorkers to be able to go to the doctor and get that annual checkup or if they're not feeling well, or ultimately, we know that the most expensive type of healthcare emergency healthcare, right? We want to Levy eight all of the craziness that takes place in emergency rooms. Now, I technically don't have a hospital in my district, which is another problem that we can discuss, but but we are served by hospital and Mount Sinai hospital, and of course, elmhurst hospital is famous for having a full emergency room. All. All the time because it's a trauma center because it ends up serving such a such a large geography. So there's there's a lot of work to do on the health front. I'm someone who's fighting desperately for a health clinic for east elmhurst where I have in aging black population of also a big undocumented population. And where there are virtually no doctors, and if God forbid, there's some sort of emergency, they get stuck on the ambulance in on in congestion in traffic on on the on the Grand Central Parkway, for example, on their way to the hospital, and that's something that's not fair, and we're looking to correct in order for a lot of the primaries to move, and it's gonna be a brand new day in Albany, Democrats control, the state's Senate Democrats, having a very strong majority in the assembly still, and of course, democratic governor. But for anything to really move, you have to have agreement Senate assembly governor, unless of course, the governor's going to veto something the legislatures going over. Ride that. But that's very rare..
"murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"To the nitty gritty of the issues, I was running against a an incumbent who was taking tens of thousands of dollars from real estate money while you know, we many of us as renters I'm a preferential renter are going through a lot of injustices for for example, left city in my dissed. Which is swamped in major capital improvement fees, increasing their rent sometimes two hundred dollars a month. So I think just the cost of living the quality of life and the state's ability to act on those things ended up being a crucial factor for for a lot of a lot of our neighbors. What should your constituents and anybody else watching and anybody who's interested in state government, expect from you as a state Senator in terms of how you are going to approach your voice and your work in Albany? Should we expect you to be someone who's you know? Sort of blends into the scene. More in wants to have your wanted to give you the chance to say. But there are people who approached their legislative work and our part of the conference, and they make sure that they're almost never getting out ahead. You know in public of having talked to their colleagues, and then there's people come out and say, you know, like state Senator Liz, Krueger, for example, just comes out and say and says, here's what I think here's what I think my constituents need, you know. And here's what I'm going to talk to my colleagues about I cannot believe I get to be loose Kruger's colleague for the record. The woman is amazing. I've mired her for such a long time. And yes, I'm not I'm not exactly the blend into the background type of person. I think that people should expect for me. All the reasons why I ran for office to come to light to be the driving force behind the agenda that will put forth, we will fight visibly. A lot of what I talk. Talked about on the campaign trail was creating a political environment or a public discourse that is conducive to passing progressive legislation. We know how transactional this the governor's administration can be and if if things need to be made more comfortable for him to come ahead and be supportive of a lot of measure measures. And we'll do that. And I think that's what I bring to the table, especially now that all the incoming Senate labor committee chair and most of my a lot of people know me from my time at city hall, but I actually spent a near decade in the labor movement before that and to me was it's a matter of making sure that we are increasing or making better the ability for working class people to live in New York in many, many ways and really lifting the floor on Wegrzyn on labor protections to make. Sure that people can keep New York home. So I think that that we'll we'll have a very very interesting year. And we're going to do everything we can to be as productive as we can be talking with some of the policies. You mention before two big ones congestion pricing and senior single payer congestion pricing. Great place to start forty people in the conference some of them from districts that don't have anything to do with the MTA some districts that have resisted congestion pricing because of where the system touch them or doesn't touch them in the cloakroom behind the scenes when you're talking to colleagues like that how do you sell them on congestion pricing? So I think that alternate -ly. We will end up coming to some sort of green where nobody's happy which is intimately. How you know? You'll have a successful deal. Right. Of course. Because I mean, we're my district starts right by the East River. We're very supportive of congestion pricing because we understand the dire. Need of a fixing fixing public transportation? System. Other state senators care a lot about the environmental impact that taking these cars off the road would have it's it's really a big green issue to reduce carbon emissions. We want people to drive less. And of course, people will only drive of public transportation works, and that's kind of sort of the which one should come first question. But ultimately, you know, I think that we can never conceive of expanding the MTA right eastern, queens, a huge transportation desert east elmhurst in my in my district, which is the neighborhood where LaGuardia Airport is is actually a transportation desert..
"murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"I sit on a task force. That's a report to discuss recommendations and just even sitting on that everyone can agree the MTA needs money needs to get corrected. But what that means where it comes from certainly going to be subject of conversation on a supporter of condition pricing, but a lot of people from the suburbs or even in the boroughs outside of Manhattan needs to be convinced though. And so there's gonna be a lot of work to do in that respect the other piece of it is that even if we're not gonna gestion pricing by all accounts. That's not nearly enough money to fill the hole that the has. And with all of that revenue generation wherever it comes from. We also have to make sure they're spending wisely because there's not a great history at the MTA of how they spend their money. But that's going to be an area that we we spent a great deal of time, and I don't wanna leave without mentioning the rent laws, which huge issue for a lot of us. They expire June. And this is the first time in decades when you don't have a Republican majority when laws expire to do the bidding of landlords instead of attendance. And it was always a majority overwhelmingly from outside New York City regulation, of course, is ninety to ninety five percent within the city limits. And so we're finally going to people representing tenants making these decisions going to be a lot of progress in that as well is that one going to be something that's more tinkering or do you expect sweeping reform? I expect very significant reforms we're going to push back. A lot of the gaping loopholes that the real estate industry is created on vacancy decontrol vacancy bonuses, preferential rents the MCI process, which is the major capital improvement process. There are tools that landlords have had to abuse tenants and essentially force them out of the apartments because the way the law's written. When the apartment comes vacant the rents go up. And that is create an incentive for landlords to drive tenants out of their homes to get that advantage. And we're going to put a stop to that single payer healthcare advocates who want that people who want that they likely to be disappointed this year. I hope not it's an issue a lot of support and are going to roll up our sleeves and and move that ball is far down the field as we can that is a complicated issue. I was before and people questioning why, but it is among the most complicated things we have to deal with questions about whether federal waivers necessary and with this administration. Good luck on that front. There are some things we can do without a federal waiver. But we are also getting concern expressed by traditional progressive allies of there's elements of organized labor that are concerned that their benefits would be reduced in such a situation. So I think these are things we can work through. But we have to do the work to work through them, the dynamics change in terms of Democrats controlling the state Senate. But does that mean that? You will operate the levers of government and the processes of government in a similar way as the past. But it's just new people in power. Or can we expect things to change in ways? Like more public hearings more oversight hearings more transparent budget process or any of these types of things going to change or is it just newly new people our intention. I don't know how many of us are game of thrones fans. But I like the to use the the metaphor that they use which is to say, we're not here to just be the new spokes on the wheel we wanna break the wheel of Albany, and reframe the way people think about it and give them a point of pride in this government. So there will be changes. Now that being said, there's a democratic majority for a reason because that's what the electorate wants they want our gender advance. So you're not going to open up the process to let Republicans have equal say what we've owed on his Democrats, obviously. Because they're distinct minority, and that's not what the voters want. But in terms of transparency in the process. More. Here's your certainly expect to see that one of the big developments since the election has been the announcement of the Amazon deal. You've expressed some serious reservations about it since the deals unveiling have you learned anything that has made you feel better or worse about it..
"murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Make sure that we have an actual funding formula that is protected in a lock box. This is something I personally feel very strongly about tired of governors using the MTA like an ATM. I wanna make sure that we have study funding streams that are protected. So that we can actually have the MTA we deserve. Things that in Europe action that you know, your constituents really expect you to carry in the state legislature. Sure, I mean, obviously, given the work that my predecessor did around the dream act because we have the most dreamers in our district across the state. We're hoping that will continue to carry the dream act that we'll continue fighting for drivers licenses for all, of course, and the liberty act as well. These are just a few of the immigration reform that we can do at this at the state level because of course, immigration is federal law. But at the same time, I think that given what the White House is. And I'm sure folks have have read this morning about the seven year old girl who died in border patrol custody out of dehydration and shock, which is completely inhumane and heartbreaking that we at least at the state level. Do everything we can to protect our population. You mentioned your. assessor. We should talk about that. I mean, your manual unseated. Jose Peralta died just before thanksgiving during the transition, especially when you have an upset victory. There's always this effort, I assumed to reach out to supporters try to show the represent the full district. How has his death changed that if you had much contact with his camp in terms of unifying the district? We have not had much contact with his camp at all. You know as was reported. I tried to pay my respects and made folks uncomfortable, and understandably, you know, my team, and I left we just felt that it was the right thing to do at the end of the day. You know, we didn't wish him any harm. We just had very distinctive specific disagreements with which you know, what we believe representation for district should mean. And that's why I think you know, we put democracy in action. But ultimately, you know, I think it's been very difficult or district certainly in morning. He was our state Senator. For eight years the assemblymen for many of them for a long time. And and I think that we on our behalf are trying to be as cooperative as possible. And of course, we would love for for for us to work together to make sure that you know, there is no there's no hard stop and start in between specially services for our constituents Fernie bers, which I think is the most important thing for any elected official anyway that a month out from the election. So looking back Reten to cast we being the media cast elections in broad strokes. But you've had a chance I assume to look at the numbers talk to people. What do you attribute your victory the general which is a month ago? But in the primary to what was what was behind. The fact you were able to win. So I very much feel that it was a combination. Just because the verses so sorry the district is so diverse as I said earlier, you know, there were people who were very educated about the independent, Deborah. Pratt conference became activists this election cycle because they've woken up from, you know, the Trump nightmare. An case folks aren't up to speed. You're one of eight candidates who in the democratic primary took on former members of the independent democratic conference. Six of you remarkably were successful, which is virtually unheard of for that many primary wins to happen in one year. So sorry. That's exact-. That's exactly right. So a lot of people specifically in Jackson heights. You know, where where the infamous townhall took place where he tried to explain what the IDC was tried to explain it as the progressive caucus, even even though they were empowering Republican majority which was inexplicable and indefensible to me that very much helped in Jackson heights in a story and many other parts of the district. But of course, not everybody is that in tuned with politics, a lot of it was also a change in demographic are Latino population in the district is increasingly South American like me, and I think that then it came.
"murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Don't necessarily need everyone to be an agreement on everything in order for the past the last time Democrats have the majority I wasn't there. But they had a bare majority of thirty two which is the minimum number required. Anytime one Senator didn't wanna do something everything got gridlock. So we have now thirty nine or forty depending on what happens with sympathizer in Brooklyn. But that's a huge cushion of seven or eight votes that we can not necessarily need enemy on every say to some centers. Do do what you need to do for your district. I mean that type of thing or it's just a question of as we discussed it as a group if we have thirty five members and four problem those four can vote. No. And it could still pass. We don't need every vote for passage of everything and that's going to give a lot of flexibility to leadership to set the agenda into more detail. What about the relationship? With the governor it during the period when the IDC was in power there were suspicion that governor Cuomo tolerated that maybe even engineered it you in the governor's people had some friction during the campaign over where money was being spent what's the relationship like his progressive self image during the campaign. How solid does that look to you. What do you think that's going to be like this the dynamics between the executive and legislature are less important to me from a personal perspective than what we can get done together. And so there are issues of agreement, and we're gonna move forward together and aggressively and change some of these laws that have been waiting to be to be improved for so long. But that's all that matters. I lived with Jeff Klein of the Senate for how many years at the end of his tenure. There was this deal where everyone came together. And everybody was wondering how I was going to sit across the table from him. And I said I don't care if I like someone somebody if we're on the same page and trying to get things done, then we're gonna get things. On. And whether someone likes doesn't like me is not as relevant as helping the twenty million people who live in the state is going to be the Senate majorities job, maybe in conjunction with the assembly majority to hold the governor to his campaign promises to to keep pulling him left. You know, it seems like he gravitates towards the center is that part of how you you see the new Senate majority job. I mean, there's certainly a bunch of folks who who defeated IDC members who ran on pretty far left platforms. I don't think our job her say's to create some kind of broad desire to pull the governor anywhere. Our job is to get done what we campaigned on. And what people expect us to do on a host of issues. Now, they tend to be progressive nature, and I'm very very progressive in a lot of ways. So if the governor agrees with us who self-proclaimed progressive and self then this'll be very easy, and they won't be much friction if areas of disagreement, we certainly intend to assert ourselves. We're there for reason we're there to be anybody's rubber stamp. And so I think. You'd expect us to stand up and make our case, and they'll be negotiation both with the assembly and the governor, and we'll come to resolution what we'll say is the normal dynamic of Albany has been broken where these semblance Senate are in control of different parties and the playing one off against the other is part of a strategy to keep things from happening..
"murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"We're bringing a short series of discussions as part of gender twenty nineteen including one today to look ahead to two thousand nineteen in Albany, the seat of state government. And what newly empowered Democrats plan to do. For today's discussion. We'll have to fficials will be part of the new state Senate Democratic majority one who pulled off an upset victory. Earlier this year to become a first time elected official and another who is a veteran lawmaker. We'll be the deputy leader of the Senate majority. So welcome soon to be Senate deputy majority leader Michael gymnast, thanks for joining us. Thank you been for. Sure. So tell us what that means. You're going to be the deputy leader of a new democratic majority in the state Senate head you captured for people how significant that is mentioned. It'd be transformational. I don't know. How controversial also added that word. But, but it certainly we'll be transformational is the largest democratic majority one hundred six years in New York nineteen twelve was the last time anything like this happened. And we have been struggling with very strange dynamic in the Senate for the last decade, at least we're winning elections and having majority of members elected, but because of internal problems of the Senate something team up with Republicans. We never actually had control of the body. And we finally achieved that and now there's a long list of. Priorities that have been on the shelf that the people of New York, not only want but had been voting for and been denied you mentioned some of them. There's a lot more than that. And so it's gonna be very full agenda. Expect it's going to be the most productive session than any of us. Remember, so looking back at the election that created this large majority that you have a few weeks worth of perspective. What do you tribute to? How did you guys pull this off? What what happened to make this possibility and strategy? Also chair the camping. But honestly, look if you look around the country, you could tell there was a very good election for Democrats everywhere, the turn out was approaching presidential levels, which is very unusual in a midterm and typically when the turn out his higher Democrats perform better because it's our constituencies for whatever reason that seem more interested in presidential elections than other elections. Typically, I will say the while. There was a Blue Wave everywhere, we really maximized our results here in New York, we outperformed the top of the ticket and the number of victories and the Hudson valley where James scoops, Jen Metzker, and your senators now, they outperformed the votes that governor Cuomo got in those districts and on Long Island where we have Monica Martinez. John Brooks, Monica member John Brooks, reelected, they outperformed the congressional candidate for party there. So we do take pride in having really good candidates having run smart campaigns because of the eight seats we picked up which is historic of itself. Twice as many as the maximum that it ever flipped in the past. They were narrow victories. And so I think we were intelligent about where we dedicate our resources where we knew that the energy of the grassroots would carry us, and it was great success on those narrow victories as we transition. This conversation's talking about the governing. How did those districts and those narrow wins dictate how you approach governing? How worried do you need to be? You know, there's a lot of talk ready will Democrats can't go too far because then they'll lose those seats. They just picked up. How does that come into your first initial matter? I think what you can expect to see in the first two months. The pre-budget portion of session is a lot of things that the people have been waiting for an very popular everywhere. You mentioned your list, I think protecting women's reproductive rights is popular across the board, establishing more sensible gun laws popular across the board improving voting laws. So we make it easier to vote establish early voting automated, registration those types of things are popular with everybody. So there's an enormous amount of work that we can do. And I left a lot off those. Right away that I think will work for everybody as you get into some of the things that have a different support regionally around the state, and that's a conversation. We're going to have to have with our colleagues, but I will say this the margin is so large that we.
"murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Max from golfing gazette with Jared Murphy from city limits and Jarrett we heard from Eliza cats at the daily news at a to'real board. Some of our thoughts really significant election day, both nationally and in New York and the conversation is a ready Turney as we did a little bit too. Also, looking ahead now what's going to happen in two thousand eighteen we can leave the federal level of side perhaps a little bit really there's a lot to be determined there. But also so much of our focus both on the show and at our publications, and of course, elsewhere New York is going to be on what's going to happen in New York. Now that you have this unified democratic control of state government coming in for two thousand eighteen will you mention to the top, and that, you know, the day after election feels like speaking as a person raised raise. Click that they have to Christmas what you do with the letdown with the unwrap presence and the tree starting to look a little bit dragged. This is a different day because I think so much about this election has been teasing very concrete ideas of what the next year is going to bring and even beyond that there's just a lot happening to nineteen that's gonna make it a very interesting year. Normally, this is the part for those who follow it closely in our real junkies about it. This is the part of the New York City New York state cycle that is down. Here is the the Europe between a statewide race at a presidential race. There's no city council mayor elections nothing on the state level. All you have really are some traditional elections and three district attorney races. So normally it would be kind of a dead zone struggling, we're gonna talk. But for a lot of reasons there is just a lot happening both in the city and the state and a lot of the same issues all year long, starting frankly with Turney races, one of which at least is going to be very very. Interesting because the queen's just turning Richard Brown is stepping down. And that race is. I think it become a kind of electoral test of some of the sentiment around criminal Justice reform based on some of the people who are running and very different opinions. They have on that topic. I'm interested to see how much of the city's sort of attention gets grabbed by this race queens. Obviously the second biggest borough population wise, there's everything in queens, and I can say that having grown up there with a lot of thirty. But it's going to be really really interesting to see how this district attorney race plays out. It's going to be important. It might even get national attention..
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"Most the feedback I get has nothing to do with my technical knowledge or how will I know gear Photoshop for how to set up a podcast most have to do with my work ethic and how I do my own thing. And what I create is not like anyone else's. It's my authenticity, inconsistency that people appreciate the most. I'm not trying to be different. I just am. And so are you the content I create is one hundred percent me. It is a whole lot easier and less work being yourself than mimicking. The work of others are putting your energy following someone else's path. When I say I'm a one man band, this is what I mean. I'm in this content creation game for the long. Hall in the only way that I'm gonna make it is by showing up as me every single day. Same with you. The final ingredient for the secret to success in content creation is no secret, but that is story. It's the most important element really at ties everything together stories are all people remember in think about in share with others. When my friend died, I remembered the stories, the experiences we shared that made me smile or laugh or took me to a place stories, connect people. They trigger emotions and make your content relatable. Why do people love Instagram stories, and Snapchat and probably Instagram, TV and the horizon because creators let their guard down and tell the real story by just being themselves your business and your brand and content is telling your story in everything you do in it is up to you what the narrative is. You have complete control over how your story is toll. Old, but the way to make it stick in the memorable is consistency. People do not remember the time. You upload a bad video or had a bad day. They remember that you seem like a good person who shows up day after day, given it your all every comment and post that you make unsocial every podcast episode. Every article you publish in video, you make it's telling your story of who you are as a creator. My daily quick tips. They're not stories in themselves, but the story behind my brand, my business is that I love sharing my knowledge making videos that I think will help people. The story I am telling is the journey that I am on to make it as a content creator in not the actual content that I make every day. My story is that I'm putting in the hard work to create the life I want and be the best person I can be in both life and business. My story is that I am relentless and will not stop trying until I figure it all out. I tell it over and over by showing up. Up every day regardless of how hard it is. And at the end of the day, it is what people see in my content. If the content bring value to the lives of others than the story will be shared in that is the recipe for success. My favorite definition of branding that I've heard is branding is how people talk about you when you are not in the room. This is your story in his upper you how you want it to be told. So in conclusion, I created this episode to remind myself in you that you get one shot. You get one at bat in how you treat others and how you make other people feel is how people are gonna. Remember you when you're gone the recipe for success as a content creator, it's easy, be nice to others mean what you say spread a positive message simply by being a person of good character and working hard, be yourself. It is much easier to do. Go all in on what you are good at and what you enjoy. Make content. You really. Care about and that you generally think others will find value from make content that makes a connection with others and build relationships. The content you create tells the story of you and your brand make good and keep it real live each day. Like it matters create and do work like it matters b the person or brand that makes other people's lives better just by knowing you my life is better knowing my friend that just passed away. And I hope other said the same thing about me in my brand when I am not around that, I make their lives better. And I hope they say the same about you..
"murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Hi i'm jerry murphy from city limits and this is ben max from gotham gazette and we're pleased to have on the podcast today nicole jelena's the senior fellow at the manhattan institute who focuses on new york economics and infrastructure there and also a columnist at the new york post you should find her combs and read them all thanks for joining us thanks ben thanks jared i'm happy to be here so we're going to talk mostly mta on there's a lot happening with the with the mta management budgeting etc a new transit chief who's got a lot of ideas and a big new plan and obviously lots of budget considerations in than people's everyday lives that are affected by it so just sort of broadly speaking you know where things at right now how are you evaluating what's happening with the mta will i think it's been a year since governor cuomo started to put his new management in police at the mta he pointed joe lhota to be chairman a year ago this week and since then he he put in some other top managers throughout less summer and so now that we've had a year more or less of allowing these people to do their work i think there's two things people are thinking about are the immediate problems the delays and in disorder getting better and longer term have they finally put in place a plan on what to build how to build it more quickly so that we have better faster service so i guess let's hit on those two things where they add in terms of seeing some progress or not on the day to day running of the subways well with the delays there's really no discernible trend in either direction the good news is that things seem to have stopped getting worse the bad news is they're not getting demonstracy demonstrably better yet for the writers last month for example sixty six percent streams were on time that was better than the sixty one percent of the previous month but on the other hand they had eighty five major incidents which was worse than the month the previous year when they had seventy five major incidents so if you're with the governor has made statements saying people will soon see that things are getting better but so far the writers can't be blamed if they're still seeing more or less the same level of delays they were seeing less year now february march yes we had some bad weather and so forth and we really need a few more months before we can say yes things are getting better no they're not or they're still just going up and down either way but for now no it's not time to declare victory at
"murphy" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Hi i'm jerry murphy from city limits and this is ben max from gotham gazette and we're pleased to have on the podcast today nicole jelena's the senior fellow at the manhattan institute who focuses on new york economics and infrastructure there and also a columnist at the new york post you should find her combs and read them all thanks for joining us thanks ben thanks jared i'm happy to be here so we're going to talk mostly mta on there's a lot happening with the with the mta management budgeting etc a new transit chief who's got a lot of ideas and a big new plan and obviously lots of budget considerations in than people's everyday lives that are affected by it so just sort of broadly speaking you know where things at right now how are you evaluating what's happening with the mta will i think it's been a year since governor cuomo started to put his new management in police at the mta he pointed joe lhota to be chairman a year ago this week and since then he he put in some other top managers throughout less summer and so now that we've had a year more or less of allowing these people to do their work i think there's two things people are thinking about are the immediate problems the delays and in disorder getting better and longer term have they finally put in place a plan on what to build how to build it more quickly so that we have better faster service so i guess let's hit on those two things where they add in terms of seeing some progress or not on the day to day running of the subways well with the delays there's really no discernible trend in either direction the good news is that things seem to have stopped getting worse the bad news is they're not getting demonstracy demonstrably better yet for the writers last month for example sixty six percent streams were on time that was better than the sixty one percent of the previous month but on the other hand they had eighty five major incidents which was worse than the month the previous year when they had seventy five major incidents so if you're with the governor has made statements saying people will soon see that things are getting better but so far the writers can't be blamed if they're still seeing more or less the same level of delays they were seeing less year now february march yes we had some bad weather and so forth and we really need a few more months before we can say yes things are getting better no they're not or they're still just going up and down either way but for now no it's not time to declare victory at is interesting part of the governor's plan lotus plan it's really part of how andy byford is talked about the system is short of making the actual improvements to performance sort of some i guess you'd call it kind of housekeeping your 'cause medic improvements for instance explaining why laser happening things.