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Sen. Chris Murphy: Cut Funding for Police Not Enforcing Gun Laws
"Democrat Chris Murphy. This Connecticut Democrat, once these guys bang this drum all the time, here he was over the weekend after these terrible shootings in Colorado Springs, and if the Walmart, here was Chris Murphy, poster boy. For anti Second Amendment, anti constitutional rights for law abiding American citizens. You don't think they're coming for your guns? Think again. The majority of counties in this country have declared that they are not going to enforce state and federal gun laws. They have decided that they are going to essentially refuse to implement laws that are on the books. That is a growing problem in this country. And I think we're going to have to have a conversation about that in the United States Senate. Do we want to continue to supply funding to law enforcement in counties that refuse to implement state and federal gun laws? Red flag laws are wildly popular, right? You just temporarily take guns away from people. So you want to withhold money for law enforcement? I think we have to have a conversation about whether we can continue to fund law enforcement in states where they are refusing to implement these gun laws. Nuts. These people are back crap crazy.
"murphy " Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"He's limited by the state legislature. I mean, and here's the funny thing. When you speak to all of my colleagues at the state level, except the most radical DSA elected officials, they all sound like Eric Adams. They all say, yes, someone who's arrested probably 20 times deserves to be remanded. Someone who, you know, someone who commits a violent crime deserves to be reminded. Obviously we made mistakes. And that's those are the changes that the governor got done in the budget. You know what though? They're not working. And they need to go further because someone who's arrested still for 20 times. They're just not. That to me is the rub, right? If you look at the changes, the governor got done, which she didn't talk about on the campaign trail, I'm not sure why. But she got changes to the bail law done. It was seemingly part of why the budget was a weekly, which was not a great look for her in her first budget, but she says it was partly because she held it up over that. There's also the Buffalo Bill stadium deal, also not a great look how that came together, but there's some issue with the implementation of this. And she says the courts are not doing it, but then she sort of dropped that because she's not supposed to criticize the courts. I don't know, but they're still required to use the least restrictive setting possible. So when you have these progressive judges, I think they do bend the law to their favor or to the favor of the criminal. Listen, that to me is what needs to be looked at most closely here, especially nobody's having a most Republicans would agree that we don't need cash bail. You know, we don't need. You want remand. You want a dangerousness standard like the mayor. I got you. By the way, is what New Jersey implemented after us. And you just don't see this, you didn't see it as an issue go up in governor Murphy injection arrangement last year because New Jersey implemented a bail reform system that was just more responsive to both criminal defendants and the needs of the public. On the issue of city government function, let me come back to that in our last minute here. The understaffing or, I mean, you might have a different perspective. The understaffing at some city agencies seems to be a really big problem right now. Do you agree with that? And even as a small government conservative, okay, so you agree with that. Do you think it's because the mayor hasn't allowed hybrid work? Do you think it's because the salaries are too low? It's definitely a combination. Some municipal labor should get a bump outside of the pattern. Only because they can not find humans to actually occupy some of these jobs. I haven't even seen coverage of IT, but the IT departments of most city agencies are suffering tremendously because all the people who work in IT can get a job making probably more money with a remote option. And every single day we exist on Planet Earth, more of our government functions have an IT component because we're going obviously digital for everything. And the need on them is growing. And yet we're understaffed there. The last mayor hired 30,000 people to trim bushes in the parks. Those are the kind of things that we don't need. Even though we couldn't even hire those people at the end of the day.
The Ongoing War Against the ‘Disinformation Police’
"Story is remarkable. Somebody said Charlie, we knew this all along. No, we really didn't actually. We did not know the depth and the complexity and how blatant they are. So look, here's the big takeaway. We created a vast national security bureaucracy. And they're always going to try to justify their existence. So people like Lindsey Graham and senator blumenthal and senator Murphy that kind of uni party defender defense of the national security state, they're always saying, well, you know, terrorists could be around the corner. The problem is, what happens when you have a supply and demand problem with terrorists? Well, then you have to go find new terrorists. If all of a sudden, America doesn't have as many terrorists as you think we do, and ISIS and Al-Qaeda are not as strong as they used to be, but then you've got to go find new terrorists. And those terrorists just happen to be right wingers. So terrorism has faded in the traditional sense. And thanks to left wing politics, we aren't allowed to care about our border, so they've turned on the easiest target. Imaginable. DHS, by the way, should we focus on the invasion of our country 2 million people coming into America? Not worried about whether or not someone is challenging that we send aid to Ukraine or wondering, hey, are we really systemically racist? Policing free speech, monitoring speech, spying on the public and targeting etern internal American dissidents is the new focus of this regime. So the only fix to this is admitting an acknowledging we made a mistake when we passed the Patriot Act, we made a mistake when we put the DHS into power. We need to tear down these organizations quickly because we never needed them in the first place.
Why AJ Wants You to Watch the Netflix Series 'Hollywood'
"Have to tell you while I got you. Listen, the new Netflix series, Hollywood. Okay? It's Ryan Murphy's new series. It's a 7 episode series. It's gonna be on Netflix starting May for May 1st. You gotta watch this. It follows a group of aspiring actors and filmmakers in tinseltown right after World War II as they try to make it in any cost. It's basically a love letter to this town. Each character has a unique glimpse behind the gilded curtain of Hollywood's golden age. There's a lot of unfair systems in place back then. A lot of biases, concerning race and gender and sexuality, et cetera, and that continues to this day. But the show, I saw some previews and I talked to people who worked on it, it's really going to do what it can to expose and examine those power dynamics, and maybe what the entertainment landscape might have looked like had it not been dismantled.
The latest in sports news
"AP sports I'm Tom Miriam The defending NBA champions played the team with the best regular season record in the NBA last season It turned out to be no contest as the Phoenix Suns routed the Golden State Warriors one 34 one O 5 AP's George Tanner has the details Devin Booker led the way with 34 points and 7 assists Mikhail bridges and jock one Dale each had 17 Andre 8 and 16 sons scored 13 unanswered points in the third quarter to improve their record to three and one Steph Curry led the warriors with 21 And they had a bit of an edge out of that moment that nearly capitalized off of it Elsewhere in the NBA the thunder won their first game of the year over the clippers one O 8 94 The wizards topped the pistons one 2099 The pelicans etched the Mavericks one 13 one 11 despite not having Zion Williamson and Brandon Ingram Trey Murphy stepped in and stepped up with 22 points Guys are willing to step up and we got a lot of guys on our team a lot of depth So you know it just shows that we're teams resilient like I said last year is carrying over into this year NHL the avalanche edge the rangers three to two in a shootout and a gold standard duel The abs Alexander georgiev made 44 saves plus three more in the shootout and his first game back at Madison Square Garden after 5 years in New York It doesn't get much better than type shoot out where And the building the building is awesome I brought a lot of good memories The rangers Igor's historic and stopped 42 shots plus two in the shootout Also on the ISO record setting night for Phil kessel The golden knights forward set a new mark by playing his 990th consecutive game and marked the occasion by scoring his 400th career goal in a four two Vegas win against San Jose The Devils bedeviled the red wings 62 as desperate brought scored two goals Other NHL winners the bruins kings flames crack and coyotes wild and black hawks Baseball the Miami Marlins hired skip Schumacher as their new skipper replacing Don Mattingly who managed the Marlins the past 7 seasons Tom Arian AP sports
Peña's 18th-inning HR sends Astros past Mariners for sweep
"Jeremy Pena homers in the 18th inning to help the Astros edge the Mariners one zero and complete a sweep of the best of 5 ALDS Pena let off the top of the 18th with his first career postseason home run That was a long game but you still gotta lock in you know trying to put together good at bats And yeah I was just trying to stay inside the baseball I thought I drove it in the gap but it just happened to leave the ball field The Rookie shortstops aerobic shot off Mariners reliever Penn Murphy sent Houston to the American League championship series for the 6th consecutive year The 18 inning a fair time for the longest game in major league postseason history and became the first ever scoreless postseason game to reach the 16th inning I'm Denny Capp
Joe Biden on a Hot Mic: ‘No One F**Ks With a Biden’
"While Joe Biden's a tough guy, wouldn't he? You see the tough guy in Florida yesterday? Quite a moment there when he was caught on a hot mic. It was a hot mic moment. One of those moments that leaders are public figures never want to have happen. I live in constant fear that's going to happen here on this radio show that you will hear me sometimes when I should be in Q and I'll say something inappropriate. That goes out over the airwaves. Now I don't really typically say things like this. I can't imagine saying nobody fs with me. But that was what the 46th president of the United States said yesterday, here was the moment. It's a little hard to hear. You're watching on the Salem news channel. I think we put captions to it. But you can hear them. This is the mayor of Fort Myers beach, ray Murphy. Shaking hands with the president of the United States, a little bit of salty language between the two men. Outside the house. That's exactly right. That's exactly right. That's exactly that's GD right, man. And, you know, you got to give the mayor Fort Myers some slack. The guy's been through hell and back. Fort Myers is obliterated. I'm sure he wishes that his terrible language wasn't caught by the microphones.
How the Ghosts of WW2 Haunted Audie Murphey
"So basically Murphy's life was made up of three distinct things. They're terrible childhood where he suffered in poverty and depression that made him mean lean, the war, which shaped him, and then the town that tore him apart Hollywood. And nowadays they'd call what this guy suffered from PTSD. Back then it was called shell shock and all those different terms we use. But he struggled with ghosts, ghosts of the war, and the fellas he left behind. And he had such a, he had so many strong flashbacks of being in foxholes and watching his buddies die that he used to wake up. Scared shit from these fever dreams. And he would grab a pistol that he always kept under his bed. He'd fire the pistol into the fucking ceiling as he called out the names of the guys he walked through hell with. And that's happening all over America. I got a buddy now in Pennsylvania who went through hell as a paratrooper, and he's always been a guy who's positive and helping other people, but the last month or so, he's putting out signals for help on social media and it's upsetting. But because of all these flashbacks, the guy could never get a good night's sleep. Audie Murphy was always tossed in and turned it up for days. He had an legendary insomnia. Days on end, he would be awake. And as a result, he's got to get on tranquilizers. And as a result of that, he gets hooked on those fucking things. And when you're hooked on pills like that, like I've told you, anything I've been into and hooked on. Getting off Xanax was the worst thing. I don't wish it on anybody. You could go in a room and get off heroin, they say, you know, with a couple of different things you got to do. So it's murder. It's painful, but it doesn't take 6 fucking months. Xanax. Forget about it.
Audie Murphy: The Real American Patriot
"I don't know how many of you know the story of Audie Murphy, but it's really tragic and very interesting. And sadly, probably a lot more common than we want to think. But during World War II, Audie Murphy was the man by which all other men measured their worth. He was that big a dude. Remember when Patrick Tillman, the ex football player left the NFL and went to go fight, I think in Afghanistan or whoever the fuck he went and he got killed by friendly fire, we all talked about Tillman being the ultimate patriot. This was Audie Murphy back in the 40s. He had really boyish good looks, tremendous skills as a soldier, and he became the prototype of Uncle Sam's American fighting machine. He was a guy who run into fucking nests of Germans and killed him single handling when his bullets ran out. He uses bayonet, that kind of shit. And, you know, these type of things happen more than one time with Audie Murphy. And he had this innate skill in terms of staying alive. And if we're being really honest, a whole lot of luck was mixed in there too. But this was a guy who was a war hero who became a celebrity who became a movie star. And that doesn't happen anymore. But like a lot of Hollywood success stories, this one didn't end too well.
Murphy's 59-yard OT fumble return ends Cards' win over Vegas
"Byron Murphy junior was the cardinal's hero in a 29 23 overtime win against the Raiders Murphy completed Arizona's comeback from a 20 point second half deficit scooping up hunter Renfro's fumble and returning it 59 yards for a touchdown in OT Kyler Murray scrambled for a three year TD on the final snap of regulation before hitting AJ green for the tying two point conversion Davante Adams and Darren Waller caught early touchdown tosses from Derek Carr who recorded just 42 of his 252 passing yards in the second half I'm Dave ferry
"murphy " Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren
"Just last year, I had a guy. I was like, oh, it should be fine. And generally it is. I'd say if you did it a hundred times, 99 of those times, the scope will still be on. But there's that one time that it's not. And this was like that one time. Snuck in on a group Elk, great shooter, great shot, close. I think he was like 300 yards for him. That's a chip shot. And he shoots at this bull and almost smokes a cow like 15 feet above it. It's like, damn, that could have been really, really bad, right? And yeah, the gun was off. It wasn't an adjustment. It was like the fall had knocked to the scope point of impact off somehow. So that's just something to think about. It's worth taking the time to index these things to shoot when you get after traveling. It's worth checking your stuff during a hunt, especially just right before stock. Just giving yourself this checklist in this run through of things, to kind of prevent Murphy from sticking his nose or his foot in your hunt and saying like, well, anything that can go wrong, I'm going to make it wrong. So it's just the little details of having things set up. So when you're out in the field when you're out hunting, you can do a few of these visual checks, a few things to make sure. Yeah, nothing's moved and everything is going to work right. I hope you guys enjoyed this week's podcast. I know it's not one of those deep dive into hunting strategy, but this might be the one thing that saves you more than anything. I think about it. I'm like, van the one time I didn't do what I normally do because I just got a little bit complacent and busy and there's all these, just like excuses, man. You can make a million excuses.
"murphy " Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren
"The string. I thought that could have been a possibility, but I didn't think he was that aware I just took a little bit longer to get there than I would have liked. So now, I think it was like, okay, fast forward day to you. Spotted some deer. Not a lot of bucks. So it's one of those things where I'm like, all right, this is going to be, we've only got a few days to do this. And we aren't seeing the amount of bucks that I'd like to see and then just to find a mature deer or a good buck on top of that is going to make it pretty difficult. So the day, I see another, I got in on another buck. Just it didn't work out. Like the stock they moved off before I could get into position. And I'm going back and it's like the evening time. I'm walking back and I hear like kind of a weird rattle, so I go to my rest. And the rest is loose. Like, damn it. Oh man, because of that left hand, I didn't re lock tight it, and I didn't probably get it tight enough the way that the weird angle of holding things with the cast and whatever. A lot of excuses. But my rested moved. So it's like, now dark, so we drive back to camp. I've got a target in the truck. I've got like the headlights on the target and I'm trying to light up my site and shoot and readjust. I look at I'm like normally I have all my info on my phone. I'm like, man, I didn't record anything. I have no clue where this rest should be. So I end up getting the rest to where it's pretty good. I'm like, I don't need to shoot field tips anymore. I was just going to make sure these broadheads are on. So I adjust the rest enough to where I thought it was. And then I shoot. And I end up, I think I just gave my site loosen that up and give my sight a couple clicks to left just to kind of balance things out. So I was like, all right. It's good now. I'm getting it to shoot the best I could in the dark and I'm feeling confident now. It's shooting good. I'm like, wow, okay, that's a bummer I didn't know where everything was at. But we should be fine. So the next day, we're going in. And so we've got a plan. We're going to hunt this particular spot, but we weren't seeing a lot of deer. So we'd had plans to move to a completely different location, my father in law works with a guy that had this remote cabin. So it was in a part of the area that I hadn't hunted in a while. So I wanted to go check that out, so we were like, okay, what we're going to do, we're going to hunt the morning. We're going to drive midday to this new spot, which is closer to home, essentially, give us kind of an extra half day to hunt because we won't have to drive so long on the way back. So it's just a closer location, easier to access than where we were. And it would just be a little bit better for essentially the schedule, give me a little bit more hunt time if needed. I could have had to be home by Sunday to pack up and leave Monday for a Caribou trip.
"murphy " Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren
"I'm Remy Warren, and I've lived my life in the wild. As a professional guide and hunter, I've spent thousands of days perfecting my craft. I want to give that
Mayor LaToya Cantrell Says She Won’t Repay $30,000 in Travel Expenses
"So the mayor of New Orleans is a Democrat. It's a woman named not to assume her gender. Latoya cantrell. And so officials are trying to determine if the mayor has to repay almost $30,000 in taxpayer money. For trips that she took to France and Switzerland. Now. I never understood when these mayors. So I've got to go to Ireland or these governors have to go to, why do you have to go to Ireland for? The governor of my state, we had to go to Ireland. I'm like, really? Because his last name's Murphy. So I'm like, okay, was this a family to go see the place of your birth? Or is this really, how are you helping the state by traveling to Ireland? I don't understand. What couldn't be done over a Zoom call? I was curious. But so they used their power and privilege. And of course, they travel and we pay for it. So she's had a bunch of brushes with some ethics problems in the past. And so she's saying that she's not going to repay the money. She took this summer, she went from Washington dulles. To Switzerland. Now, I'm sure their flights leave in Louisiana. But I'm sure she probably didn't want to transfer. She wanted to fly from New Orleans to JFK. Or Washington dulles, and so she, I don't know how she got there. But anyway. So she refuses to refund the money. And technically, she's supposed to refund the money because she flew first class. So during a press conference, she was asked about this. Listen to her response because there's more to this. Listen to her response. All expenses and car doing business on behalf of the city of New Orleans will not be reimbursed to the city of new Orleans. One thing is clear. I do my job and I will continue to do it with distinction with dignity and integrity every step of the way.
Another US congressional delegation in Taiwan amid tensions
"Another U.S. congressional delegation is in Taiwan I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Another U.S. congressional delegation is visiting Taiwan as tensions with China remain high over China's claims to the island A steady stream of U.S. visitors have met with Taiwanese officials in Taiwan since U.S. House speaker Nancy Pelosi visited last month China in response has stepped up military harassment of Taiwan sending warships warplanes and drones towards the island daily The delegation met with Taiwan's president who said the visit conveys rock solid support for Taiwan from the U.S. Congress Florida Democrat Stephanie Murphy said deepening economic relations with Taiwan is one of the most important things Congress can do right now particularly by pushing for a trade agreement with Taiwan I'm Lisa dwyer
Mark Walters: 'Gun Owners Are Winning'
"I want gun owners, listeners, I want you to know that gun owners are winning. While it doesn't appear that way in the mainstream press, I want you to remember that freedom will always prevail. I believe that in my heart. And that when we see these attacks on our rights to bear arms from likes of Gavin Newsom and hakka and New York and Murphy in New Jersey, understand that while the media doesn't portray it the way it really is, we've now won our third huge Second Amendment victory with the Bruin decision in New York, gun owners are winning in courtrooms across the country, the Second Amendment foundation, the FTC, are suing on behalf of gun owners in courtrooms across this nation and the strength of the brewing decision will cement our Second Amendment rights going forward, but make no mistake. We can't let our guard down because they don't care about the constitution and notifications that will do whatever they need to do to take our firearms. We have to say that.
Erich Pratt and Doug Unpack the Latest Gun Legislation
"They're trying to stop me from selling my neighbor a gun. Or in that's exactly what they're doing. And to do so, what the gun control groups won't tell you is the only way and it was all Gabby Giffords group and some others, you know, website basically saying, the only way to actually enforce that is to have registration. The only way to enforce to know that if I'm selling a gun or it shows up later is to have a registration of that transaction. Here's what they did. And Eric, this is just beyond understanding in the Senate. How this actually got through. They took it from where it was basically if you did it for a livelihood or gain profit, the two prongs here, and they took out basically livelihood. They took out the base for what we'll call the financial game party and only said if you have a profit and even basically they gutted it too, tell people how this really is going to affect because I'm not sure even to this day John cornyn and some of the others actually looked at this bill. This was the best slide of hand by the Democrats on gun control in 50 years. No, you're absolutely right. It was really disgusting what happened. Basically, the only way that you could get around this provision that we're talking about is for you to give away your firearms, which you might do as a dad or a grandfather and passing them out to your children and grandchildren as an inheritance. But otherwise, you're absolutely right. If you make a profit on your gun, then they'll come to you and say, well, did you have an FFL? And if not, you're in big trouble. You know, senator Chris Murphy, who was, of course, one of the guys on the left who was spearheading this and was working this with senator cornyn Republican of Texas. As the bill was being passed, he went on MSNBC and he said, that this provision alone, the one that we're talking about is going to cause thousands of more gun sales in the country to go through the background check system. And that's ultimately what the dream of the anti gun left is is to register every gun sale, every gun in America, ATF, has already admitted that they have almost 900 million records that are digitized. They have almost a billion records and 900 million are digitized. So pushing for more gun sales to have a 44 73 form gives the ATF a record of almost every gun sale and provides them the list that let's face it. That can become a future gun confiscation list.
Sheets homers, doubles late to lift White Sox over A's 3-2
"Gavin sheets holmberg and scored the winning run in the White Sox three two downing of the a's Sheets went deep in the 7th inning with a two run blast to a race Oakland's two zero lead He led off the knife with a double moved to third on a bunt and scored the game winner on a wild pitch Liam Hendricks worked around an Elvis Andrews double to get the win The outcome puts the White Sox back at 500 Seth Brown and Sean Murphy homered for the athletics who ended a four game winning streak Paul Blackburn tossed 5 scoreless innings for Oakland I'm Dave fairy
Secret Service director delays retirement amid 1/6 scrutiny
"The head of the Secret Service puts off retirement as the agency deals with an inspector general's investigation and congressional inquiries James Murray had planned to end his 27 year career with the Secret Service is coming weekend but things changed amid questions about agents deleting text messages around the time of the January 6th attack on the capitol Murray says in a statement he will remain in his role for the betterment of the agency The Secret Service has admitted that messages were deleted when its phones were migrated to a new system in the weeks after the attack How select committee member Florida Stephanie Murphy says the committee was told individual agents were given the go ahead to decide what to keep and what to delete Tim McGuire Washington
Samsung fined $9.8M for misleading Australian phone ads
"An Australian judge has ordered Samsung to pay $9.8 million in penalties for misleading advertising over how water resistant some models of smartphones are Justice Brendan Murphy has given South Korea based Samsung's Australian subsidiary 30 days to pay the fines the corporation has admitted to making false and misleading claims in advertisements between 2016 and 2018 about the water resistance of 7 models of galaxy smartphones The misleading ads had promoted the phone's water resistance and suitability for use in swimming pools and sea water but the charging ports could be damaged and stopped working if the phones were recharged while the ports were still wet I'm Charles De Ledesma
Modern Music Doesn't Have the Soul of the Music From AJ's Youth
"People like adulthood to Michael Murphy make you whole again. I don't care if we can tell me. You can take Teddy Pendergrass, you can wrap them up and lose evangelists, put a sprinkle of Al Green on top of that, but nothing matches that they'll find singing, love won't make me wait. Come on. Major Harris, man. Was 1975, and I always sat in front of the TV Saturday mornings and watched soul train. You guys know this. I'm a white kid with a lily white, we called it white ice slip instead of west I said, it was white, it was black kids. There was one black kid who was half black named Ralphie Rivera, and he was adopted. That's it. I want you soul train. And my father would tell me, I'll put that shit on TV. Put on American manstein. And I lately left him on sultry. So I grew up with the sounds of the finest to stylistics the temptations that Tavares, the brothers Johnson, strawberry letter 23, are you kidding me? Carol Melvin and the blue notes, I learned to love rock and roll, but my heart and my ears began to just understand that R&B especially that beautiful soul music we heard on soul train was what really moved me. So go ahead. The next couple of nights, go to YouTube, hit some soul train episodes, go back in time, that's what it felt like to be me as a teenager and hear that music. We didn't hear about wet ass pussy. We didn't hear about shooting people and killing cops and stacking bricks. Now the new term is a ticket. A ticket means a million bucks. I got me a ticket. Shut the fuck up. All this nonsense about gangs and bitches and whores and murdered guns and money, we heard about love and heartbreak and getting the woman you love back to you. That was of the utmost importance. I don't fucking tell me that this kid's music today is just as good or better than ours because it wasn't. Our music, especially the soul music, had a much more beautiful meaning.
FNF-Radio 2 Chop & Drop Topic Talk - burst 02
"Away format. Now, man, the top and drop. The top and drop topic, man. You know, last few shows we've been talking about. Secret societies, right? And we gave y'all a lot of information on some of the black societies out there because a lot of people men don't know the information about black secret societies, right? And it's been black secret societies all throughout history. So we gave you a little information on that. We are touched on that a little bit. But when people think of secret societies, the first thing they think is Illuminati. Illuminati, but they don't really know, not everybody, but a lot of people really don't know, man, the history, or any real information when it comes to the Illuminati, you feel me. They don't really understand the term. So we don't break some of that down. Man, we're going to get off into some of that good stuff. And we got that far as music for you from the number one jerk portal, only in Internet baby. And that's only really, you getting ready to get it in on this show, man. We got to chop and drop for you. We got the farm music for you. A 319-527-6057 doing any live show man. You can call in two inch and just listen. I won't put you on blast. I won't put you on earth if you do want to call in and talk me. Just let me know you want to speak on earth and I got you and I'll pull you on in. You did. We got to get off into some of this code G man. We got to get off into some of this code G and this right here. That cohort, baby. Let's get the turkey. If you stay in your comfort zone, that's why you're a failure. You won't fail in your comfort zone. Success is not a comfortable procedure. It is a very uncomfortable thing to tell me so you gotta get caught to be uncovered. If you ever wanna be such a successful person, familiar grain, so you're free. And if people don't like it, fuck it. Including using significant other. Your children. Your parents, your parents. Fuck them. If they're not with us, there are benefits. Like them. Tell us your daughter. I felt like I fell off my head to pick up the suits and put the shit up at the gym. I had a hell of a heart so they tried to call 900 me and Draco in the family mama told me go get you a job you got all of the kids too much business to handle. I was hanging with them trapping the scandals the only way I was the day with the slammer. Only way they have to get out and get it. It's kinda hard to keep haters out your business. I pull up cardi disappear with no witness. I'm from Bavaria don't gorillas and killers. I'm coming home from the heart making them feel it. Let me run it through these hoes like I'm in it running through alleyways races and trenches running for two head to hop on my fence. I had to check a nigga just the other day for Koji and his mansion. Made a call for the truth they attended. Last word on the block that he misses. If it's too hard to get out of the kitchen niggas rap rock it's life that we live in with the mop they gonna kiss and we're slipping. A lot of shots that we all might not business. A lot of shadows gonna ride it for a minute. Had a minute did she pull a minute? I done put all my time in the winter. I can't waste all my time on a bitch diamonds all of my time with a hit. I can't tell you what time it is. I was feeling my grin as a chick. I always knew I apologize feel like I fell all up on had to pick up the pieces and put the shit up at the girls. I had a hell of a heart that they tried to call natural me and Draco in the phantom. Mama told me to go get you a job you got all of these killed too much business to handle. I was hanging with them trapping the skin was the only way I was disabled to slam it. Only way they have to get that and get it. It's kinda hard to keep haters out to business. I put the party disappear with no witness. I'm from the bar with don't gorillas a killer. I'm coming hard when the heart making them feel it. Let me run it through these hoes like I'm in it running through alleyways straight to the trenches running for two head to hop over fences running from the head to hop over fences and with them baby. You can see me by myself but I'm always a hundred deep with the AK gotta watch out who you trust in the game 'cause everybody have a snake ways. Telling my family I had on the plane the new beginning trying to make change. Make change stretch a long range. I don't pay denying my own lane. Had to pick up The Rock through my own thing. I was new I would walk like propane for the crew I'm a go for the whole thing one time to accomplish commission yeah now my name in the city some of them make our penny bitches. Feel like I fell all up on had to pick up a piece of them put the shit up at the club. I had a hell of a heart that they took the colonizer me and Draco in the family mama told me we could get you a job you got all these big cats too much business to handle. I was hanging with them trapping the skin was the only way I was disabled to slam only way they have to get out and get it. It's kinda hard to keep haters out your feelings. I pull the party disappear with no witness. I'm from the bar with them gorillas and killers. I'm coming hard running hard making them feel it. Remember running through these hoes like I'm in it running through Ellie with straight to the trenches running for two head to hop on my fences. Micha has been Murphy. Femme has seen you, man. We gonna get it in. I'm gonna come to you right after the music break. I got you Thermo. Y'all remember me for everybody that just came in and dropped topics for this show, man. We gonna touch back on some black societies and we're gonna touch on the Illuminati man. We're gonna give you some real history on the Illuminati, because any time people say, secret society, they automatically think Illuminati, but they totally totally skip over all the black secret societies. It's been around since, man, it's all in the history. We gonna get to it, man. Thermo, petty Murphy, we own we why do we drink it? You already know, man, would it is? This that Koji man that caliphate. I ain't never played a sport. But I live aboard a room. Yeah. I was on the block with the cave taking no ends trying to get me an inch. Ten toes playing the coast Japan at the money like we focus. I ain't never need about you. Can't a nigga say I own shit. I made a way through the Woods with a machete. I had to go break out home to the families tired of my boots and I call it I'm ready just bring me a glass ain't smoking a letter. This bring me okay. Yeah. I put my foot on the gas and I'm looking back. I came up with a necklace for cooking that. My first plan to fuck is you looking at these bad wrestling stuff in the bitch with ass don't go pop my shit I'm a she see mother pop these days yeah I ain't even know the bitch hold 24 what you my only calling me dead ask me why I go so hard I ain't never had shit now I'm kicking shit I'm right just out in Calabasas can't remember the last time I had to hit the stash. Why go so hard 'cause I ain't never had she asked me where I go so hard if I ain't never had shit why I go so hard 'cause I ain't never had shit. 'cause I ain't never had shit I ain't never had I ain't never had a shit really had a dead so I'm right there with my bitch never turned my back now no matter the circumstances and I overcame other obstacles with the Helen bank and still I'm standing here for a reason and I'm in love I say dance so I post seasons this my testimony passed all the tests in the streets, but I ain't never test see if I could be the best of me. I just hopped out the portrait with him first. I don't fucking feel like it here first. I don't move it till I get it red first. I won't stop round until I'm in the hearse. I'm a go hard till I'm in the dirt. I was taught to go for what you know. I'm a born one I don't ever lose I learn and that's how you grow ask me why I go so hard same never had shit now I'm kicking shit and life is out in Calabasas can't remember the last time I had to hit the stash came a little bit on my mama said why I go so hard 'cause I ain't never had shit why I go so hard to play me with why I go so hard 'cause I ain't never had shit. 'cause I ain't never had shit. Do you try and lace me up bro. Oh yeah. Don't you please come and talk to me please come and talk to me please please come and talk to me. Mental health ain't feeling myself I think I need help. I ain't really myself mental health I'm feeling myself. I think I need help I ain't really myself hey hey counselor hey hey counselor won't you please come and talk to me please come and start doing please please come and talk to me I'll find telling myself I think I need help I ain't really myself. Mental health aren't telling myself I think I need help I ain't really myself. I think I need help no I don't need help how you feeling myself trying to be someone else. I'm tired of smiling when I really wanna kill people. And I really don't think it's on to my PO weed ain't easy. Let me smoke my Zilla in peace. Let me start two grams in the back one. I need kush tree just so I can sleep. I'm telling you shit get deep. I remember being locked down for 23. I remember sitting in the cell by myself. I remember listening to grown man street. We been having nightmares. Niggas don't dream. You couldn't imagine all the shit that I seen. I had to burn a couple members of my team. And a couple of the options between when they let blacks out they crossed the line. Now drinking Hennessy all the time. Need to take a shot just to get my mind right. Wind up you bet. I got murder on my mind. When I heard the news, I told them stop lying. And please don't tell me everything's gonna be fine. Miles where God is as hard as I am. If you scared go to church so baby's gonna be mine. Won't you please come and talk to me please come and talk to me please please come and talk to me mental health I ain't feeling myself I think I need help. I ain't really myself mental health so I ain't feeling myself I think I need
"murphy " Discussed on Veteran on the Move
"Joe crane. Navy federal crediting was to thank the men and women in the U.S. Military for their important commitment to our country. Learn more about how navy fed was celebrating the commitment that connects them to their members at navy federal dot org slash celebrate. All right, talk with army veteran Dan Murphy from D one training. So Dan, got some cool things to talk about. Before we get started, take us back to us what you did in the army. Absolutely. Joe, thanks for having me on, first and foremost, I think this podcast is awesome. We're an opportunity for you guys coming out and transitioning to really help pick their path and help mold their path. So I appreciate you doing that. Yeah, I mean, for me, I was a military brat. Third of four boys, my dad was an airborne ranger, engineer, combat vet in Vietnam, west pointer. So, you know, from an early age, it's kind of, I just wanted to be like him. He was my hero. So it was real easy for me. When I was like in 5th grade, I remember distinctly we were down at fort Polk, Louisiana, back when it was the home of the 5th ID and he had his battalion command down there. And I just remember being around him and the soldiers, everything, just the way they carried themselves, everything. I was like, that's what I'm going to do. I knew that from a really early age. So I followed in his footsteps really, went to West Point. As well. I was commissioned in 96 as a field artillery officer down at fort sill, Oklahoma, and spent my career there basically was lucky enough to do a little bit of a deployment in 99 over in Kuwait for operation southern watch. And that was kind of dovetails into my transition story really because at the time I met my wife and she was pregnant and I got the orders for this deployment. She was scheduled to actually deliver our son. Our firstborn after I was leaving. And so it happened to be right at the right time for an inducement, right? So I basically was able to get induced and have our son ten days before I deployed..
"murphy " Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Policy to not have a path to create upward upward mobility and wealth. And we should be just like there's a section 8 program where you give people a voucher and they can rent a home in different places in the city. We should create a home ownership program where we give people a second mortgage and if they can't afford with their own money to buy a home in the neighborhood, they grew up in. They can get an extra hundred, 200,000 from the city in a second mortgage and be able to buy a home where they grew up, whether that's whitestone, Corona, east flatbush. I think there's never been a program like that. There's never been a program that enables people to buy homes of where they grew up. And I think it's done unbelievable damage to the infrastructure of our neighborhoods and our city. Interesting. Rafael, you get the last word, one more topic you want to bring up or go back to something you want to say more about. You know, first of all, I hate having the last word when Kirk knocks something out of the park the way he just did because. He speaks from he speaks from experience. You know, his mom and dad probably wouldn't have been able to provide the life that they provided for his family in today's world with the jobs that they had and they were very hard work people. So it's important. My last thing is going to be a plug for NYCHA and the preservation trust and any and all good ideas. It is unconscionable in this city that 400,000 plus residents live in the conditions that they live in. This is a great example of people picking this is bad and this is good. There is no such thing when it comes to fixing nature. There's only good. Whatever tool we can use, we need to use. It's just not okay. That people live in publicly funded housing in the conditions that NYCHA residents experience. So I hope there's momentum now on the positive sitting here April 29th towards the public housing trust. I'm hoping that people really come around to understanding that we need more tools not less. All right, well, good way to end it with those two very interesting and provocative thoughts from both of you. This has been a great discussion. Thanks for thanks for hanging out for so long. Raphael's sister. Thanks for that thanks for spending an hour on affordable housing. Thank you. We can't tell you how important that is. Thank you. Yeah, no, it's my pleasure. You know, this show started with my co host Jared Murphy, who was the editor of city limits, and she started it way back as this, like, we tried to do 20 minutes a week only on housing because city limits covers housing so closely and of course it got them because we cover housing sporadically. And we started it focused on housing because of how important it is and then it grew from there. But it's always, I mean, it's so important. So it's my pleasure. Rafael cestero Kurt goodridge, they are very experienced in housing and affordable housing, as you've heard, and they have launched a podcast mini series called the housing problem. As I said at the top I've listened to the first couple episodes and they're really interesting conversations and there's more to come. Thank you both. Thanks, Ben. Thanks, Ben. Appreciate it. Thank you..
"murphy " Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Your identity. Your decision right. Well i'll tell you It's refreshing to meet a guy like you who's young and he's got a lot of road ahead of him to be so interested and curious about this stuff and to have studied it and to really work it and it's one thing to quote. Alfred newman of mad magazine. Which is my favorite philosopher. But it's really important not to To back up the The concepts with. I think a lot of hard work research that you really dig. You really love these guys on. Almost a you could see A whole line of marvel superheroes just happen to be philosophers in our world here. Well how can people Reach you and get in touch with you. What your website. What's the best way sir on t.f murphy dot com and a. t f murphy and there's no periods as murphy one word dot com. Okay when you go to my website you can see my instagram and facebook on it as well and you click on one of those okay. I'm very active on instagram and facebook. So those those would be the to to Would be the best place starts out with the website and go to the facebook of the instagram. Follow me and scrim or my facebook page gray gray. While the book again is called the ways of god to men and it's volume one which means you got your work cut out for you. There's a lot going on with volume two. It's his masterwork at a very young age. But there's more to come tim. It's been a great pleasure t.f. I should say great pleasure. And i I'm so glad we connected. And i wish you the best years. Well thank you for having me jordan. Thanks again t.f murphy. The author of the ways of god to men volume one a science fiction epic available wherever fine books are sold including amazon dot com. And you can visit t f murphy dot com to find out a whole lot more. Thanks as always dante boa fast. Which media ken carberry and the gang at chart productions in boston where we produce the podcast and of course to all of you from all over the globe who not only subscribe and download the podcast but share it with friends and we appreciate remember you can visit jordan rich dot com for much more and until next time as always be well so you can do good day care..
"murphy " Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Of the show in just a moment. My conversation with city councilmember. Carlos meant chaka of brooklyn democrat on a few important interesting pressing topics including a city council. Hearing that just occurred that the council member was involved with related to a bill to re-extend municipal voting rights to some non citizens of new york city. And we will talk with councilmember chaka about that and much more in just a moment before we get into that with county government chaka. If you've missed any recent episodes of max politics please do find them wherever you get your podcast or at the gotham gazette website. I've had some really good recent conversations with a bunch of good guests on a variety of topics. Although we've had a lot of focus on the change of power in new york state from governor andrew. Cuomo governor kathy focal but have recently spoken with state controller time to napoli state senate majority leader andrea stewart cousins and many other great guests including some from the city council as well as carlos. Machaca here today Keith powers justin brandon and some other city and state leaders and then a bunch of advocates experts and others on a variety of topics including the state's eviction moratorium be excluded. Workers fund resiliency matters especially after the devastation of hurricane. Ida came to the city and much more. So you can find all those discussions at max politics wherever you get your podcasts. Or the gotham gazette website. All right so we're here today. With city council member carlos chaka return guests to the show. Of course oh. Last time used with us it was max murphy with gerry murphy. Who's moved on to nursing school but a councilmember mint chocolate. Thanks so much for coming back to the show. Thanks for having me been in congrats to max. I hope he is doing will that. He checks in with us Yeah he's he's doing well in nursing school so we wish him wish jared all the best there so Alive want to get to in a short time with you. Let's talk about this hearing i. This is the most pressing issue. You chair the immigration committee in the city council. You've been doing that for most of what is almost Two terms now this bill Around non-citizen voting is going through the governmental operations committee. But you're obviously directly involved in advocating for this. Where does this bill stan. And what did you make of the hearing that occurred earlier this week. One of the most important things to say about this bill is that it represents so much of what the immigrant community has been..
"murphy " Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"At the gotham gazette. Website and here is my conversation with new york. State senate majority leader under stewart cousins. And i'm very happy to welcome. State senate majority leader andrea stewart cousins. Back to the show. While for the first time here to max politics last time you're with us. It was max murphy. With jared murphy. Who has as. I've noted left Left journalism for nursing school. And we've been keeping tabs on him. He's doing well there but Majority leader thanks so much for joining me. Here is really good to be with you and certainly i guess your partner figured out we are always gonna need quality healthcare. We're always going to need nurses. So i wasted his new his new career absolutely. I think the pandemic motivated him and he's onto another noble profession there our So it's good to catch up with you and thank you for taking the time. Wanted to check in with you. Here's were a few weeks into the new governor. You've already had a special session. There's a lot to discuss but I in the big picture. How is how is how are you doing in this sort of post governor andrew cuomo world is it You know a lot of people recognizing eachother this massive relief. That's now come over everybody and there's an opportunity for a new day half. How's it going. And and our you sort of thinking about the new state government here. Well it certainly has been in a an amazing transition. I this is. Actually you say a few weeks actually gets her second week in office and it is certainly different We were no. I wouldn't say we were friends but certainly had a good relationship before she was somebody who always reach dow she always visited. The district always was a partner in government. I would say. I never felt that. There was anything less than in an honest and earnest the approach to government and to a collaborative government. So it is good that she is in this position and obviously this is a very very difficult time. You know one of the reasons. Why the former governor. I was pretty upfront about him. Resigning back last year was because you know at some point there are so many things that really require almost an undivided attention as it relates to governing and certainly in a state like new york with the number of things that we were dealing with to to to be in the throes at trying to defend yourself against this and that and this and that i mean please so I am happy that at this point. The governor is fully immersed in fighting kobe building the economy and obviously with the tragic flooding that we've had as a result of i mean we have real issues. And she is singularly focused on that. You know certainly happy to be a partner. I think it bodes well for the future in our recovery and really again being progressive And and immersed in governing and making new york.
"murphy " Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Lobster. Is those just riding along brought to you by pedagogy electric bikes. Well today. We happen to have that intersection. That you come to once in a while here where both parts of your story collide. We have with us today. The one and only mike murphy from pedagogy eugene who is both a hesse love stories and some entrepreneur stories to share with us. Thank you mike. Welcome to the show while. Thanks for having me. We were kidding. before we started the show We're both good irishman. Michael murphy start slipping into the bro. I'm about three cars irish and my father who was half irish Was named gene. And i was brought up as a young boy. Don't ever say that name. He hated his name. Eugene what's it like in eugene oregon. It sounds like a nice place. I don't know why. I have a negative view of it here. Eugene is a lovely place in fact dondi costanzo was just here Last weekend oh..
"murphy " Discussed on CrazyFitnessGuy Healthy Living Podcast
"Because i wanted to continue it to the next book but my agent told me not to do that. She told me that my readers would be unsatisfied and you have to leave them with a satisfaction that there was an ending that you know there was closure in the case or a something but yeah because i had. I had wanted to leave a kind of open ended. My agent suggested that. I don't do that so ever since that time. I've i've never done that. What is what. I do at the end of every book though is leave some sort of cliffhanger kind of lets the reader know that something more is happening either with that case or an ongoing case or a new case but i always leave something at the end of the book to let readers know that there's more coming. Yeah because i think the last time when we when we thought that the last year on your guest on the podcast and now the I i remember we were talking about one of the books we i just finished reading and i my my mind was blown because you left it like i think you just like kinda just i mean. It wasn't like a bad way but my my mind was blown because it's like holy moly didn't see all these twists and turns you know when they finish up the case it was to more twists winds up being up. And you know sometimes there can be too many twists right Sometimes it can be too many characters and You know. I received a couple of comments from readers of a kiss and tell they were just too many characters to to kinda remember or they got the names mixed up or Because i think i had seven to nine suspects and kissing. Talents was just like had a lot of suspects that had You know the potential of being the keller. So you know there. There's always a risk of having too many twists and turns and too many too many characters. But i i think i've kind of just walking that line that line that you know and i haven't really gone over it yet. I'm gonna. i'm to be a totally on this with everyone as i am totally biased. I don't think i've ever had one complaint Leave murphy's books. Oh thank you. I like that. I mean it doesn't discipline i like. I'm like forty pages done for Current book i'm reading which is b. Six book i've read this year. I'm kind of behind on my book readings if they can catch up almost one month. So you're doing yeah. My goal is to get it to twenty-five. Wow yeah apparently of the book reading. After i keep track of a re my my reading goals as your nine books behind thank. You doesn't know motivation. You might as well just to hold up. A sign is like european z. Keeping amazing so how did you get inspired to write this book. So this one. This is actually an interesting story. I've i've been doing interviews all week and to promote this new release and so i told the story a few times This plot behind finders-keepers actually came from my doctor so My i'm very close to my family. Doctor he's been my doctor my whole life. He's been our family doctor for as long as i can remember. Is you know as long as i can remember and a lot of times when i go for a checkup. All of just sit and chat with them and you know he loves talking to me we love talking about death. We love talking about you. Know how. how could you kill somebody. You can get away with it and you know..
"murphy " Discussed on The Best Advice Show
"Welcome to the best advice show. I am Zach and I'm pleased to welcome back advise show Regular, contributor Brendan Murphy his advice today, when you're offered a job counter their offer, whatever it is, some people have loud anxiety about doing that. Once, you know, that's perfectly normal. It is uncomfortable. It's something that a lot of people don't do, but you have to know that not only can you do it. It is often expected of you. That is why it's called a job offer. They are not final terms of like it's a lot. Like the sticker price on a used car. You're expected to negotiate down. However, with your job offer. You're expected to negotiate up. So my advice is simple. It's two steps first, do your homework, you can use resources, like, glassdoor.com indeed.com salary. Gov to find out what people in your field are making on a national average. What people that are doing the same job you're applying for make on average, that should give you a very good idea of what purpose are you can expect. So if they offer you something that's on the low end counter with the highest offer, you think is reasonable that you could justify. So damned easy numbers, if they offer you fifty but you know the average salary is between 50 and 70 counter was 70. And I know a lot of people have imposter syndrome. If you're worried about being overpaid, that's okay. You can just show up and be amazing and worked so hard, and in every dollar that they're paying you that you think you don't deserve. So you counter with the highest salary possible and they'll probably be a counter offer. I've done it over a dozen times and just know for anyone that's nervous. I've never had an offer ended our poll. No one's ever told me that I can't apply for the job. They don't want me the worst response I've ever gotten is that the offer they already gave me was Final. It's so important that you counter offer is to get a higher starting salary because most people get a percentage based raised to to 4% per year or so the higher your starting salary, the more money you make as a higher return on investment every year. When you get your yearly raise, it has a compound game effect and that's my advice. Thank you. Brenna Murphy to hear his last episode where he talks about how to avoid clogging the toilet. There's a link in our shown as long as we're on the subject of personal finance. I wanted to share a past piece of advice from the show from investment strategist. Justin, warring he talks about when you make investments, the more closely off markets, the more volatile they are and as a as a corollary to that, the more likely you are to see a loss in your portfolio, you've been listening to the best advice show. I would love to take your advice. Can be calling the hotline at 8 for 4935 best talk to you soon..
"murphy " Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"We can also say now that we are either completely certain or almost certain about a number of other democratic nominees germany williams of public advocate. Who will be my guest later on in. This show is clearly going to be. The democratic nominee again for public advocate will very likely win reelection. Brad lander who looked very strong in the democratic comptroller primary has won their speaker cory. Johnson of the city council has conceded that race. He came in second to lander who will be the democratic nominee and very likely the next city controller in the borough president races antonio reinoso winning the democratic nomination in brooklyn vanessa gibson in the bronx mark levin in manhattan mark murphy on staten island. He will have a competitive general election against former congressman. Vito for sela there and in queens incumbent queensboro president donovan richards holding onto a slight lead over former city council. Member elizabeth crowley. It looks like richard's will win that democratic nomination and very likely remain queensboro present but there could be some more counting of ballots there and even potentially recount depending on how things shake out in queens and of course alvin brag the democratic nominee for manhattan district attorney in one of the most important races of the cycle. We had album brag on Just after the primary to talk about his lead. He has won that primary for manhattan. Da is almost certain to be the next manhattan district attorney and the first black manhattan district attorney at that. So those are the borough wide citywide democratic nominees. All of them heavily heavily favored to win. In the general elections there will be some competition in those general elections for the fall but in overwhelming democratic new york city. It's very likely all the democratic nominees except the staten island. Borough president race Where the republican will be favored. There will prevail but we will of course examine the candidates and continue to cover the racist through the general election. And see where we're at so joining me in. Just a few moments will be bob heart of spectrum news in new york one to break down the results as we have them of the race for mayor and later in the show. Public advocate your money williams with his reactions to what we know so far. He backed maya wiley in the mayoral primary. And we'll get his reaction to eric adams's win in that primary and much more. When we talked to public advocate germany williams later on in the show and we are very happy to welcome back to the show although now unfortunately without our friend jared murphy who has everyone knows his moved from journalism to nursing school and other noble profession. We're we're happy to welcome back bob. Heart of spectrum news new york one. Bob is the new york political director for spectrum. News bob thanks so much for coming on the show. Then thanks for having me so. We are talking the day. After eric adams is officially the democratic nominee for mayor. They're still gonna count some final votes and make it official official but he has declared victory the ap declared him the winner other candidates or conceding.
"murphy " Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Hello and welcome to max politics. This has ben. Max from gotham gazette. Coming to you the day after we have learned quite a bit about the results of the democratic primaries and the twenty twenty one new york city elections including eric adams prevailing in the primary for new york city mayor and very likely on-track to become the next mayor of new york city. Second black mayor of new york city and a trailblazer in a number of other ways. There's still the general election. Of course adams will have to defeat. Republican nominee curtis sliwa among others. Who will be on ballot but in the overwhelmingly democratic city. He has significant advantage heading into that general election. We still don't have one hundred percent. Officials certified results from the board of elections. Those are likely next week but we have very close to the final results. Eric adams prevailing in the count of all the in person votes. And almost all of the absentee in affidavit votes. There's still a few hundred votes out their ballots. That can be cured by voters who voted absentee and some other final votes together but in the final rank choice. Run off of the numbers. We have so far. Eric adams won fifty point. Five percent of the vote to catherine garcia's forty nine point. Five percent one percentage point incredibly corrosive raised their. Maya wiley will finish in third place. Followed by andrew. Yang and scott stringer. But this really wound up being a three candidate race with adams garcia wiley garcia edged wiley in the next to last round of the ranked choice. Run off And then garcia came up. Just short of eric adams when wiley eliminated in the ranked choice runoff garcia. Got a much bigger boost. From wylie's voters than atoms did and tens of thousands of voters who wound up with wiley did not rank either garcia or adams on their ballot making those ballots exhausted once wildly was eliminated by garcia remarkable to look at some of the ranked choice results will have a lot more information on that at gotham gazette but eric adams the winner of the democratic primary for mayor. We have a full rundown piece at gotham gazette for those who want to read about him in his background and his platform and prevailing over garcia in the unofficial results by just over eight thousand four hundred votes in one percentage point. We can also say now that we are either completely certain or almost certain about a number of other democratic nominees germany williams of public advocate. Who will be my guest later on in. This show is clearly going to be. The democratic nominee again for public advocate will very likely win reelection. Brad lander who looked very strong in the democratic controller primary has won their speaker cory. Johnson of the city council has conceded that race. He came in second to lander will be the democratic nominee and very likely the next city controller in the borough president races antonio reinoso winning the democratic nomination in brooklyn vanessa gibson in the bronx mark levin in manhattan mark murphy on staten island..
"murphy " Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"To start voting in the new york city. Elections of twenty twenty one early voting starts on saturday june twelfth and will run every day through sunday june twentieth. Then there's a day off and then we have primary day tuesday. June twenty second absentee balloting is already happening by mail so we are in the thick of it. Voting is basically here. It is time to make your final decisions if you haven't yet and make a plan to vote if you're eligible. Most of the primaries of course happening around new york city are in the democratic side of things in such a heavily democratic city and these primaries will have a significant influence on who holds all these positions in city government from mayor public advocate comptroller. The borough presidents and through the fifty one seat city council and there are other races on the ballot as well. We have ton of resources for you. At gotham gazette dot com. So please do fine. Those and we have been going through a lot of the candidates and issues and races here on. What was max and murphy until jared. Murphy's recent departure to head to nursing school and so there are three really major elections happening right now in new york city. There's the mayoral race. We know about that. We've been talking about that depth here on this show and you can find a lot of coverage of that elsewhere but the two others have gotten less attention. That's the race for new york city controller. The city's chief fiscal officer at very important city wide position. We spent all of last week show on the crowded competitive democratic primary for city controller. If you missed that you can find the discussions in two parts under max murphy wherever you get your podcast or at gotham gazette dot com. We did a bit of a breakdown of the candidates why the positions important some of the dynamics of the race and then of course on previous episodes which can also find. We've spoken with most of the top democratic candidates for city controller. The third race of great importance happening right now and again all all these elections are very important. It is important. Borough president is in your borough your city council members extremely important your most local representative in city government not discounting those on saying gloria speaking the biggest races in the city mayor controller. And then there's the race for manhattan district attorney that's happening another crowded highly competitive open seat race in the democratic primary happening right now in manhattan democrats really need to get ready to vote in that election as well and that is what. Today's show is dedicated to the democratic for manhattan district attorney in just a minute. You're going to hear a conversation. I just recently had with jona bromwich a reporter for the new york times. Deanna paul a reporter for the wall street journal. They both been covering manhattan district attorney primary quite closely then later in the show. You you're a portion of panel discussion. That i moderated with three experts. Rebecca roy fee professor at new york law school and a former manhattan prosecutor. Daniel lonzo who was the chief assistant district attorney in manhattan under sivan's during his first term and kelly young a reformer who is the civil rights campaign coordinator at vocal new york. Which is part of the people's coalition for manhattan d accountability. You'll hear a portion of discussion. I had with those three experts later in the show. You can find the full conversation under max murphy. Wherever you get your podcast or gotham gazette..
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"This is our first show in our first week without gerard murphy. Who we said a tearful goodbye to last week in case you missed the show. Jarrett after fourteen years at city limits Five years doing the and murphy show whether a podcast here. Wbai for a few years And even longer in journalism overall is moving on to nursing school. And he's just getting going there. So he has departed from city limits. And he's departed here from maximum murphy and i will be hosting solo for the foreseeable future but with lots of great guests as usual angry topics on new york politics. So we're working on a new name for the show and we'll have that going in the coming weeks but for now we're so focused on covering the elections. That are imminent. It is june now. We are in the month of the primaries. It is all happening. We are now under three weeks from primary day. Early voting starts in under two weeks. Absentee ballots are already out. It is happening. The twenty twenty one new york city elections are really underway. Now that the ballots have been sent out for those who requested absentee ballots so far and early voting will be starting june twelfth through june twentieth and primary day june. Twenty second. so we're in the stretch run here. We come through memorial day. We've turned the corner and a lot is happening. The new york city controller primary is of course a citywide office for the city's chief fiscal officer chief budget watchdog in incredibly important position and this race is not getting enough attention. We're gonna spend a good long chunk of the show with two great guests breaking down e crowded and competitive democratic primary for new york city controller. I'll be joined in a little bit to do that by nicole. July of the manhattan institute in city journal. She's also a columnist with the new york post. She writes on urban economics and finance and has been of course following the controller race more closely than most people and jeff colton a political reporter for city and state new york crispin doing some.
"murphy " Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"This is our first show in our first week without gerard murphy. Who we said a tearful goodbye to last week in case you missed the show. A jared after fourteen years at city limits Five years doing the and murphy show whether a podcast here. Wbai for a few years And even longer in journalism overall is moving on to nursing school. And he's just getting going there. So he has departed from city limits. And he's departed here from maximum murphy and i will be hosting solo for the foreseeable future but with lots of great guests as usual angry topics on new york politics. So we're working on a new name for the show and we'll have that going in the coming weeks but for now we're so focused on covering the elections. That are imminent. It is june now. We are in the month of the primaries. It is all happening. We are now under three weeks from primary day. Early voting starts in under two weeks. Absentee ballots are already out. It is happening. The twenty twenty one new york city elections are really underway. Now that the ballots have been sent out for those who requested absentee ballots so far and early voting will be starting june twelfth through june twentieth and primary day june. Twenty second. so we're in the stretch run here. We come through memorial day. We've turned the corner and is happening in today's show in just a couple minutes. I'm going to be talking about the race for mayor. I'm gonna be joined by joe. Inuda politico new york. One of politicos great reporters who've been covering this race so closely joe and i will talk about where the mayoral race stands with under three weeks until primary day will preview. Tonight's debate a little bit. talk about what. We don't know what we do know about where the race stands. It is much more what we don't know than what we do know. Just coming up in a minute joe. New from political new york would join me a little later in the show a really important lengthy segment we're gonna do is on the new york city controller primary the new york city controller primary. Of course citywide office for the city's chief fiscal officer chief budget watchdog. Incredibly important position and this race is not getting enough attention. We're gonna spend a good long chunk of the show with two great guests breaking down the crowded and competitive democratic primary for new york city controller. I'll be joined in a little bit to do that by nicole. Jelena's of the manhattan institute in city journal. She's also a columnist with the new york post. She writes on urban economics and finance and has been of course following the controller race more closely than most people and jeff colton a political reporter for city and state. New york has been doing some of the best day in day out coverage of the twenty twenty. One elections mostly focused on the mayoral race. But jeff is focused on everything and knows a great deal about all the races happening. So make sure you stick around for that discussion in a little bit on the city controller race it's a crowded field of competitors in the democratic primary in a really important election coming up so we'll break down the candidates the issues and what to know about the city controller primary as we are here in the stretch run in that race as well..