37 Burst results for "Nance"
"nance" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Minimum opening deposit is $2500 member FDIC. Well, and also we were saying that Lindsey Graham, there's a couple of them. Marco Rubio will tiptoe up and speak out. Not even by name. Won't call desantis or Trump out by name. I mean, Marco Rubio was on. Was that your chicken impression? That's good. Okay. Oh, we have a course of chickens for Lindsay and Marco and Marco Rubio said he disagree with his state's governor Ron DeSantis over his characterization of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Rubio was on with Hugh Hewitt, who began by noting to Santa's just broke with much of the Republican Party with his announced stance on the war in Ukraine in his statement desantis referred to Russia's invasion as a territorial dispute said that helping Ukraine is not a vital national interest for the United States. Rubio said, I think we do have an interest in Ukraine, even if I don't think it's the number one interest in the world. He laid out how the war in Ukraine represents a national security interest for the U.S.. But again, timid, weak, right? This kind of statement just you know what, Joe Biden's got to respond to this because you saw Tucker Carlson was putting out there that this show's Biden's weak and said desantis is strong. We literally invaded Europe in 1944 on this very principle. The principle that autocrats dictators can not invade Europe and take over and subjugate people, right? Without the collective world coming to their defense of democracy. Somebody should ask them. Every journalist should say that was the United States wrong to engage Adolf Hitler in World War II. Yeah. Yeah? Yeah. How come it's the same if we were right then? How come we're wrong now? Was he actually a lawyer? I'm really starting to wonder about that. How was he a military judge advocate general? The same people that tried the Nazis for all of these exact same crimes. This you know what? I don't think he's ruined it. I think he's, you know, he's so desperate to go after Trump that, you know, he's willing to say Trump words. Yeah. Exactly. Let's talk about J 6 for a minute, somebody tweeted, we didn't want to visit our political prisoner. Kyle young today. We got turned away. They just canceled visits. We drove 12 and a half hours. This is devastating for our children who are missing their father, and you said, no, he went to commit crimes and overthrow the government of the United States. States, even now you believe a con man over the law. This is going to continue to be painful for you because you think you are above the law.
Fresh "Nance" from Bloomberg Businessweek
"To be relatively quiet but the driver for that is mostly the presidential election and the uncertainty that comes along with who will be our new administration and what policies will go into effect well president trump was pretty friendly to private jets to a certain degree i mean some of those there were tax breaks that were given to people who used private jets during the coronavirus pandemic example for well that's true the bonus depreciation was a huge driver to motivate people to buy aircraft what you are were 20 seconds what would it what are you worried about in terms of the presidential outcome and in terms of regulatory or i've oversight got to ask you to be very quickly uh i'm mostly concerned about tax implications there's a lot of those expiring 25 in that's really the bigger concern really fascinating right i could talk about this all i know i know it's a world we love talking about um we didn't even get into evtals um which i know is a thing next time come back soon uh love to continue the conversation janine yanarelli founder president of paravian a private aircraft broker you can check out some of the stuff that she is involved in on her website here in studio have a good holiday let's get a check now on the latest world and national news we got nancy lions in the bloomberg and one newsroom in washington d .c. hey nance thanks tim the israeli military says hamas has released twelve from captivity in gaza as international mediators work to extend a ceasefire that will soon expire israel is expected to release some thirty palestinian prisoners in return it's the sixth exchange between the two sides this is happening with u .s. secretary of state dantoni blink and set to arrive israel in tomorrow for his third trip to the region since the conflict began will discuss with israel how it can achieve its objective ensuring that the terrorist attacks on october seventh never happen again while sustaining an increasing humanitarian assistance and minimizing further suffering and casualties among costing civilians blanket says an extension is something the u .s. has been pushing for since it means more hostages be will released possibly even americans as lawmakers consider more aid to israel senate senate majority leader chuck schumer who is the highest ranking jewish elected official in the country spent
"nance" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"You wanting us to subscribe to your awesome ass newsletter and your black man's 5 podcast? Because I'm going to explain this in detail. House 5 put out a myriad of fake stories. Well, actually create fake resistance groups, you know, in order to catch unwitting Ukrainians or unwitting westerners and then take claim for things they've never had to take. Look, this bull started with Seymour hersh, a down and out journalist and old guy who said that the United States Navy blew up my ships that were nowhere near it. Now, two weeks ago, a Ukrainian group shows up in Russia perfect equipment supposedly now doing battle in Russia. Then disappeared. Everybody said, oh, look, Ukrainians are up there. You know who said they weren't? But Ukrainians. Right. Now it's a shadowy group, all right? Of amateur divers dive 80 meters down to the bottom of this pipeline and make precision cuts that only military grade weapons using military grade systems with nobody seeing a bunch of amateur divers down there. All right, look, if you go 200 kilometers to the east, there is a Russian commando base full of mini submarines that go into Swedish finished Danish waters all the time and do nefarious acts. Now could it be them or could it be a bunch of amateur Ukrainian divers who don't know anything about fight flies? Or explosives. Oh, the media is gonna go, hey, we're gonna go with them. That's because The New York Times is full of idiots. And what they did was thinly sourced. It's like they want to be ahead of a story. That's breaking news. Okay? Get your butts over to that Russian commando face that has been operating there forever. And maybe you'll find out who actually did it. I mean, this is like chasing OJ. It just they did it. You know, the Russians gonna put that book out. Oh yeah, they are. You're absolutely right. I loved your tweet about Tim Scott. Why? Why do you play me so? I'm trying, I'm sorry. I'm pushing your buttons. I'm riling you up. Okay, now back to domestic American policy. There we go, yeah. Read the tweet. He tweeted out the secret sauce of the next great American century ain't a secret. We need a leader who believes in America's story of faith and perseverance. Tim Scott, who was that all the way up to that point. Donald Trump, that's what Tim Scott was backing. All the way up here. Him Scott. Quote unquote, Ken studies running towards the presidential candidacy. Is nothing more than I believe I called it a step in fetching. Yes, you did. You did. You did. Yeah, well, let me explain something to you. Back in the old days, when slave hunters were out trying to catch runaway slaves. One of the little techniques they bought was also sort of like the Russians, a false flag. You would bring a very Soviet slave. You would feed him better.
Fresh "Nance" from Bloomberg Businessweek
"Well you did that great story for business week that talked specifically about hybrids and I thought it was really smart. read I it in business week before I read it in the journal Keith I promise okay. Everybody follows what our auto team does I'm to just going say that no but it was so smart because right it used to be hybrids and then EVs took over but it was fascinating to hear the reporting that you did about what we are seeing when it comes to hybrid the market and the growth that we're seeing and you do wonder is that does that continue and you know it was I think early October that you did that story do we continue to see demand in the hybrid space. Thanks Carol for reading and you might tell from that story one of the people I interviewed was this dentist who has a mobile dental practice she tows a trailer around well you know you just can't do that with an electric pickup truck because it'll deplete the battery too fast but guess what you can do it with a hybrid which is what she has because having the electric motor the and internal combustion engine actually gives you more cork the thing you need to pull a trailer. So there are many benefits to hybrids that people are really kind of rediscovering or discovering for the first time and so it does lower your carbon footprint so it's a way to stay and start moving in that direction without any of the you know things you sort of have to give up to do EVs. Amber Lombardi that's who you did. Go ahead Carol. Well so do we need to be worried about General Motor and their strategy? No I just think it's gonna take longer to get there and that's that's the issue and there was you know we're sort of entering this trough of disillusionment on the way the EV ramp is going to happen. It's not ups and downs and run it down. And does the does do hybrids provide that bridge or do they displace EVs? I the think way the industry views it and particularly Toyota the hybrid leader is that it is the bridge you know you just take that step into electrification and you live with that in the way that there's fewer compromises and hopefully during that period by the time you're ready for your next car the price of EVs have come down and there'll be more charging stations throughout the country so you don't have to about worry running out of juice and having nowhere to plug in. I might have to have you talk to my husband because he's waiting for hydrogen cells fuel cells. How long is he gonna be waiting? He's like that's the answer. Keith Naughton you are amazing thank you so much and highly recommend I'll put that story out that Keith wrote back in October about the hybrid market because it says so much about what's going on right now. Send it to me too. If you could read a couple stories you would have kind of. Bloomberg's Keith Naughton of course he's Bloomberg News auto reporter joining us on Zoom from Detroit. Hey let's get a check on the latest World of National News. We have Nancy Lyons and the Bloomberg 99 Wonderism in Washington DC. Hey Nance. Thanks Tim the Israeli military says 12 hostages have been freed today by Hamas with 30 Palestinian prisoners to be released in return. Meanwhile negotiators including from Qatar and the U .S. are pressing to maintain the truce agreement for Gaza that's due to end in just a couple of hours. U .S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says another extension is needed. It's continuation by means definition that more hostages would be coming home more assistance would be getting in so quickly. That's something we want and I believe it's also something that Israel wants. Blinken will be traveling to Israel tomorrow his third trip there since the war began. President Biden is in Colorado this afternoon where he'll be touting his investments into clean energy, specifically wind energy. He's touring CS Wind, the largest wind tower manufacturing plant in the world. The company says it's been able to expand its facility and add jobs due to Biden's inflation reduction act. Well there's a bump in the road for the push to adopt electric vehicles. Consumer Reports says EVs are proving to be far less reliable on average than gas powered cars, trucks, and SUVs. We get more from Bloomberg's Karen Moscow. Consumer Reports latest survey found EVs from the 2021 through 2023 model years encountered nearly 80 percent more problems than vehicles propelled by internal combustion engines. EV owners most frequently reported with battery and charging systems as well as flaws in how the vehicle's body panels and interior parts fit together. Consumer Reports noted that EV manufacturers are still learning to construct completely new power systems and suggested overall reliability of electric vehicles should improve in the future. Karen Moscow is a global news 24 hours a day and whenever you want it with Bloomberg I'm Nancy Lyons. This is Bloomberg. Women here Financial advisors are you looking to add or Are switch custodians? Are you going independent? Interactive Brokers provides lowest cost trading and turnkey solutions for all size firms. Trade globally from a single integrated master account with no ticket charges, custody no fees, no minimums and no tech platform or reporting fees. 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Nance powers North Carolina over No. 6 Virginia 71-63
"Pete ant since North Carolina to a 71 63 win over 6th ranked Virginia. It's been no mystery. I've been struggling. From the field and from three a little bit. Nancy scored 22 points shooting 7 of ten from the field and four of four from three point range. I was just waiting for the day I was going to break through and I feel like today was that day. RJ Davis had 16 points and ten rebounds as Carolina moved to 18 and 11. The heels and Cavaliers were tied before Carolina closed the first half on a 34 18 run. Jaden Garner had 19 points and 12 rebounds for the calves who fell to 21 and 6 overall, 13 and 5 in the ACC. I'm Dave fairy.
"nance" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"I mean, judges are taught to stay away from anything like this and avoid it. Those sorts of things, but well, I promise I'll behave and I'll give you the final call on if we need to cut anything. But let's jump into, I mean, you are serving as a bishop currently and we'll get into some details that, but maybe just unpack your career path that you've had. So after I got back from my mission, was it BYU and my wife, I got married soon after coming back from my mission. And so it was in the spring of 83, anyway, I won't tell you the whole story, but I graduated undergrad in 85 and went to BYU law school in our graduated BYU law school in 88. And I had an ROTC scholarship when I was an undergraduate, and that was sort of clear blue sky stuff, not something that we that I ever planned on. I mean, that didn't come from a particularly military background or anything like that. So anyway, I owed the army four years of active duty after graduating from law school. So I said, okay, I'm going to do my four years, and I'm going to get out. And I went in, did the basic training stuff went to my first assignment at fort Campbell, Kentucky with the 101st airborne division. And it got to the three year point, and they said, well, you got a year, you get out, you can stay here until you get out, or we'll send you to Japan, to Okinawa, Japan. Oh, wow. But you got to sign on for another three years. So Janine and I, my wife's name is jeanine jeanine and I talked about it, and we decided we had two little boys by this time, and we decided, yeah, let's do it. It'll be fun. So why Japan? Like what intrigued you about going to Japan? Asia, we've never been there before. Oh, okay. All right. I served my mission in Australia, but the Pacific, but it's definitely not the orient. And at this point, I had already gone through law school or so I was serving in the Jaguar. As a prosecutor, defense attorney, that sort of thing. So we went over there and when we came back, they sent me to Washington, D.C., and I plan to get out. Anyway, long story short. I kept trying to get out and the lord would never let me out. I would get job offers at the wrong time. And so finally, after about the ten year Mark, where literally when we were packing up our household belongings to move from Germany to Italy and I got a call from the U.S. attorney's office in Phoenix, Arizona, with a job offer and had to turn it down because the army said too late, they're packing up your stuff. I finally said, look, heavenly father, I got it.
"nance" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"And I was on a cruise ship and I met an individual named Jeffrey Nance and we talked a little bit about a story of meeting and what led to this interview, but I found out that Jeffrey was an army judge, at least a retired army judge, and he's also a currently serving bishop or a judge in Israel, and I thought man, this would be so fascinating to sit down with Jeffree and just talk about the principles of being a judge. How to make tough calls with the impact somebody's life and people who've committed wrongs and what do we consider, what is mercy the concept of mercy? Where does that play into all of this? And we had a phenomenal discussion. We spent the first about 20, 30 minutes just talking about Jeffrey's career, becoming a judge in the army, what that looked like, what his day to today life involved and then we transitioned that into being a judge, a judge in Israel, a bishop, and where those principles manifested there. He was actually the judge on a very high profile case with Bo Bergdahl, many of you who follow politics and things may recognize that name. But he was the judge that decided the Bo Bergdahl case and a man talking about a fascinating journey and a bit tricky at times that he went through just a phenomenal story. Here we go, let's jump into this learning more about how to be a judge. Not just a judge though, a judge in Israel, making tough calls. Here we go. My interview with Jeffrey Nance. Today I'm headed to Charleston, South Carolina with Jeffrey Nance. How are you, Jeffrey? I'm great. How are you? Good. Now, do you go by Jeff, Jeffrey, or just either one? Either one. Either for either the three. It's fine, nice. Now, we had the pleasure of meeting recently in January of 2023. We are on a cruise together. One of the latter day travel cruises that I have the opportunity to speak on from time to time and you happen to be on the cruise and we connected. So that was great. Yeah, it was a fun time to a group of Latter day Saints there on the high seas and it was an experience for sure. How did you end up on that cruise? Well, we were at the temple back last summer, and we ran into some folks that we had known when we were stationed at fort Gordon, Georgia. They were there at the temple, so we made this reunion we hadn't seen them in years. And they said, hey, we're going on a cruise in January. You guys should go with us and they told us all about it. And we said, yeah, that sounds pretty good. So we looked into it and yeah, that's how we ended up there. And then we told some other people about it, and they came. So we had a small little South Carolina slash Georgia contingent there. Yeah, it was great. It was great. And as I was on the ship and I'm talking to different people eating with different people and a few of them, few in your group said, hey, listen, you've really got to talk with this as Jeffrey Nance guy. He's a bishop and he's had quite a career path and I think he'd be a phenomenal interview. And so after a little bit of arm twisting, we got you to agree in the interview. This isn't your typical thing, right? Right.
"nance" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop
"But yeah, so <Speech_Male> parents didn't live after <Speech_Male> their kids, but they <Speech_Male> want stuff to be set up for <Speech_Male> their kids and <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> I'm not sure I'm <Speech_Male> quite that <Speech_Male> way. No, I just <Speech_Male> want them to <SpeakerChange> compete and <Speech_Male> then good things will happen. <Speech_Male> And just <Speech_Male> have fun, okay? <Speech_Male> Listen, you listen <Speech_Male> to showtime with <Speech_Male> coop, we have Larry Nance <Speech_Male> and Larry, <Speech_Male> you kind of said it <Speech_Male> before. And <Speech_Male> I'm not going to bless you, <Speech_Male> get off the show <Speech_Male> without it. All right, you want <Speech_Male> to pull out this clip and <Speech_Male> let's talk <SpeakerChange> about it. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Laughter> <Advertisement> Oh, you got no fear? <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> All right. <Silence> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> For <Speech_Music_Male> sure. But it's also <Speech_Male> oh. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Silence> <Advertisement> No. <Silence> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> I don't see it. <Speech_Music_Male> Okay. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Oh, man, I know that up too. That boy <Speech_Music_Male> had to snoop out of my <Speech_Male> hand. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Larry. <Speech_Male> That was <Speech_Male> slipped. Listen, <Speech_Male> Larry, I love <Speech_Male> you, man. I want <Speech_Male> to tell you both congratulations <Speech_Male> to <Speech_Male> you, man. <Speech_Male> Grandpa, I'm not <Speech_Male> a grandfather yet. I <Speech_Male> ask my kids, please don't <Speech_Male> make me that 'cause I'm <Speech_Male> enjoying my <Speech_Male> life now. <Speech_Male> I chased my wife around <Speech_Male> the family when my son <Speech_Male> has gone. So <Speech_Male> I'm doing those kind of things. <Speech_Male> But <Speech_Male> Larry, thank you so much <Speech_Male> for coming on the show, man. <Speech_Male> Really, really appreciate <Speech_Male> it. And you're <Speech_Male> right. It did roll down <Speech_Male> your wrist after I <Speech_Male> blocked it. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Hey, <Speech_Male> hey, <Speech_Male> I don't know. <Speech_Male> I'm a maid like I didn't <Speech_Male> hear that because the coupe <Speech_Music_Male> I know <Speech_Male> would <Speech_Male> never admit that, dude. <Speech_Male> We always <Speech_Male> have a bond between <Speech_Male> us on that <Speech_Male> on that slam dunk. <Speech_Male> So I'm gonna pretend <Speech_Male> like I didn't hear you saying <Speech_Male> roll down my hand so we <Speech_Male> can always have <Speech_Male> this little fight between <Speech_Male> us. That's the <Speech_Male> only way it's gonna ever <Speech_Male> be. <Speech_Male> I love you, <Speech_Male> man. Have a wonderful <Speech_Male> day, brother. Take care, <Speech_Male> man. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> Hey, thanks for having <Speech_Male> me on, man. I'm glad <Speech_Male> you got a show. I hope <Speech_Male> you have do <Speech_Male> really good. <Speech_Male> Thanks, Larry. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Thank you for having me. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> I talk to you later. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Okay. <SpeakerChange> Thanks, Larry. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> All right, bye bye.
"nance" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop
"Could jump. Larry is responsible. Larry Nance is responsible for me missing all my dunks in the dunk concert. What's that? I was trying to do things that I really couldn't do, but I knew Larry was going to come with some spectacular. So now I went to your own up to that. What was your thoughts about the 84 dunk contest? But cool. You know, it's funny. I mean, I know you're not going to let me out the phone. I know you're not going to let me off this zoom without talking about when you thought you blocked my shot. But anyway, it's funny, they ask you before the contest who you thought was going to win and you picked me. I want to ask you about that because all those people that was in it, you picked me and I'm like, who picked me? I like, well, shit, I gotta wear. You know what Larry did you think about? I knew Doc was up in age now. He was kind of toward the end so Doc was going to steal a high flyer though. David was kind of like up in age two, so I said, okay, the one that probably is going to be more creative, more artistic with his guns. He's going to be Larry. And I mean, the one that impressed me was that what you did, you don't two balls at once. That was exciting. But the one where you kind of like praying with it and went by the basket and reached back and dumped those are the dunks that I tried that and I miss mine, but that right there is what impressed me. And that was the thing I was scared about as we pull up your slam dunk right here. I was some fun time, man, 84, man, that wasn't fun times, but you know, I'm always about winning and everything, and but I just wish if I could do that over, I kind of, this would be the first time I admit that I wouldn't have mind losing. I think Doc should have won because he just it was just set up perfect for him to win that's now goddamn. And it makes history really good if he wins. But knowing me, I have to get out there and try to do my thing too. And I actually wanted to buy a 67 Camaro that I had seen in Phoenix so that's why I needed the money because I wanted to buy this car. You know how much I love cars. But you know, to this day, it would have been cool if dot one, but I'm gonna always compete and do my best, just like you are, you know that. And I think that was the key word there. You competed. And when you compete, you've got to do good things. Go ahead, Ari. The Doc say.
"nance" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop
"Welcome to another ridiculous showtime with two insightful BS with my Laker teammates and NBA legends and you know what? Aria, I'm really do mean this. There are players that I truly enjoyed playing against and players that I hated playing against. Larry was kind of caught in the middle for me. I hated his ass, but I also loved him because of the way he played. Everybody welcome Larry Nance. Larry, how you doing? I'm doing good, man. You know, we hate each other because we both competed. And anytime you compete, you know, somebody competing hard again, you ain't gonna love them. That's for sure. But that was good basketball. Hey, Larry, three time your day all stars. NBA all defensive first team. I think they got that wrong, but you still on the list. NBA defensive first team. You did block a lot. Two times in the all defensive second team. NBA slam dunk champion in 84, we're going to talk about that in a second. Number 22 retired by the Cavaliers. I don't even have my high school number retired, man. And 17. ACC, Larry Ness. I just feel Larry that and we'll get into this a little bit more. How does it feel for your son to make more money than you did? And you were the better player, I think. Well, at this point, it doesn't matter. You know, it's funny. I'm sitting in this nice truck right now, because I usually love to go in my truck where it's nice and quiet, but he bought me a new GMC truck dude. So I can't complain about nothing that you do. I mean, I'm not sure who the better player is because he's a little different than me. His defense and court awareness and the name of the way that he played the game is a little different, but no jealousy here. I'm proud of him for sure. That is just him having fun. Larry, tell us about your early years growing up. Who are.
Penny Nance, Concerned Women of America CEO, on 'Faith Month'
"I'm talking to penny Nance. She's the president and CEO of concerned women for America. They are getting behind an initiative that establishes something called faith month. Okay, penny tell us about that. Well, this goes out to everyone like me who find themselves in Pride Month saying it's Tony the Tiger really like wearing the rainbow flag. In every university, even our embassies, you know, in our places of work that everybody's flying the rainbow flag. And it hit me last June. Why does that bother me? Really, why don't as Christians, we be as strong advocates for what we believe in for our faith and for Christianity. As the LGBTQ community is for what they believe. And so I said, that's it. This a four, we're going to have, we're going to start faith month. And so it's an initiative that we hope to build every year. Particularly during holy week, we're asking people to fly the Christian flag over their homes, talk to your employer if they fly the gay pride flag flag and June, ask them to fly the Christian flag when it comes to April. And so I just, we just really strongly believe that can someone for America let your light shine before men. So that it may glorify God the father.
Concerned Women for America's Penny Nance on the Lia Thomas Saga
"Friend penny Nance, who's the president and CEO of concerned women for America. So penny, you've written this piece that's talking about the current madness of this gigantic man who calls himself a woman destroying women in swimming competition. Again, there's a part of me that can't help but find it funny. It's like, are we kidding? Like it's sort of seems so preposterous, but then I just wonder what happened to the actual men who are the fathers of these young women who are not standing up to the craziness and saying this is ridiculous. This has to stop. Well, a couple of things. And you're talking about a young man whose name is he's changed his name from will Thomas Delia Thomas. He was a collegiate swimmer for University of Pennsylvania as a man. The men's team. He was ranked at number 462. He now has taken hormones and has transitioned. He says that he's a woman, and he must compete on the women's team. And the coaches are like, great. We're going to win. And guess what? He's smoking all the women. He is finishing a full minute ahead of the other competitors. He goes from number 462 to first. And this week, Eric, he is competing in the NCAA championship at Virginia or excuse me. Georgia Tech and he's going to win and he's going to break he's broken the records of women. He's taken their trophies. He's going to be first. And women who are competing against him even women on his own team have been told, do not speak out. If you speak out, you will be punished. And so we have women who are coming forward to us, by the way, can someone for America, and breaking news here is getting ready to file a civil rights action against University of Pennsylvania. The Department of Education on the behalf of young women whose trophies are being taken. We've already done this with Franklin Pierce and university of Montana because this is a violation of these young women's civil rights, both in sports, but also he is changing in their locker room. I mean, all these
Penny Nance on the 'Disease' Affecting Women in America
"I have as my guest right now a long time friend, penny, Nance, she is the president and CEO of concerned women for America, penny welcome. It's great to be on with you, Eric. Thanks for having me back. I was just telling the folks here, like I've known you since before, my daughter was born. So that adds up to probably close to 23 years, amazing. Yes. How long have you been to my children were grateful for your children's books when they were little when they were babies and you were working for Coulson? Yeah, I've written so many I've written over 30 children's books now. I actually forgot. I forgot about that part of my life, but I've written so many children's books. But here we are. And we are now, we're living through such strange times. It's the kind of thing that somebody like chuck holson would have would have brought up about the future. This is where we're headed if we don't do this or don't do that. Here we are now living in a world where someone like you writes an article about the madness going on, in this case, in women's sports. So where does the article appear that you wrote called young women left behind again? Well, it'll be on our website. It concerned women dot org in another very sundry places. But the bottom line is that there is a disease that is impacting our young women around this country. Young men too, but the vast majority of people who are dealing with this and I think it's a contagion honestly. Are young women who feel that they're at the edges of society. And yeah, you're right. Chuck Colson talked about post Christian America and he talked about the dangers of us ignoring that there is absolute truth in this world that God's truth is ultimate and real and only one truth. And at the end of the day, there's fallout and chaos. If you don't recognize that fact. And we have gotten to the point where we are in contradiction of the material world we've created this world and there's been this online effort and propaganda that has said to young women, you know what? And just in small children, by the way, just because you were born a woman, you may not be. In fact, maybe you're a boy and you just don't know it. And you need to consider that. And by the way, Planned Parenthood will give you hormones, enable you to transition, and now you're a man.
Nancy Pelosi Would Rather Finance Putin Than Drill Federal Land
"Here is one of the dumbest Nancy Pelosi Now I just told you we have this international terrorist Vladimir Putin who's putting the world at risk right now trying to waltz the world hopefully we don't wind up there into World War three Doing his best to do it matter of fact threatening it just about every day now and we're still enriching him by buying oil overseas And yet we have pools of Petro resources on our own federal lands so you would think a sane person Again I said saying so that it doesn't include Nancy Pelosi You would say well probably be a good idea to start developing a petroleum resources here on these federal lands to a greater degree than we're doing now Not all Nance they're like on Nancy we could be involved in a nuclear war with this guy if we keep financing his military machine and his adventurism into countries that aren't his you know she's like nah nah not good enough Keep giving him money Yeah but we have the resources here We could produce high quality good American jobs here and power our own economy We don't need nope Nope Not good enough Nancy listen we're going to bankrupt people If we don't use these resources and it could result in us eventually getting sucked into a global international military question She's like yeah it's okay It's okay with me Here Jim pulled this during the break This is Pelosi's from today right Jim Pelosi asked about hey maybe it's a good idea to start producing energy now and stop paying off Vladimir Putin and she's like no no no I don't agree He'll check this out From the spall and other issues I'm not for drilling on public lands
Dodgers Finalize Blockbuster Deal for Max Scherzer and Trea Turner
"Trade deadline is tomorrow afternoon bananas, GM Mike Rizzo taking care of business today. The blockbuster deal reportedly agreed upon between the Nance and Dodgers will send Max Scherzer and Trade Turner to Los Angeles shoes are waiving his no trade clause to make the deal possible. Nance, meanwhile, acquired Four up and coming players from L. A, including the top two prospects in the Dodgers system, But then that's not done there. They've also traded Kyle Schwarber to the Red Sox for a minor league pitcher. Nance also sending closer Brad Hand to Toronto and reliever Daniel Hudson to San
Binance Runs Into Trouble Around the Globe
"The hits keep on coming for crypto lately. The uk's financial conduct authority has ordered crypto exchange by nance to stop all regulated activities in britain by june thirtieth and has issued a consumer alert against the company quoting the financial times by markets. Limited is not permitted to undertake any regulated activity in the uk. The financial conduct authority said adding quote. No other entity in the finance group holds any form of uk authorization registration or license to conduct regulated activity in the uk and quote by nance markets limited is not approved under the fca's cryptocurrency registration regime which is required for uk groups offering digital asset services. The entity had applied to become a registered cryptocurrency company with the regulator but pulled that application last month according to to people familiar with the situation. The watchdog confirmed the application had been dropped quote filing intensive engagement from the fca. And the focus in deciding whether or not to approve. Such applications is on a review of controls and practices to prevent money laundering and the financing of terrorism. Finance is one of the most important operators in the fast emerging crypto market offering a wide range of services to customers around the world including trading in dozens of digital coins futures. Options stock tokens as well as savings accounts and lending. It recorded crypto trading volumes equivalent to one point five trillion dollars last month. According to data from the block crypto and quote actually the hits keep coming for bytedance in particular lately quoting axios this past weekend alone. It ran into obstacles in japan the uk and the canadian province of ontario on friday. The japanese financial services agency issued by. Its second warning in three years that the company isn't registered to operate in japan. The same day finance decided to stop operating in ontario where authorities have issued notices to at least three other crypto exchanges over the past month accusing them of failing to comply with regulations
"nance" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"I was actually just say with chris wittingham before this one of our first pandemic shows like we had you guys zooming into the show and now with all this hope in the air champions league final hopefully this is one of the last pandemic episodes of chelsea mike duck and we're coming full circle here with two of our favorites josh. Hart and larry nance at a minister with josh because josh you're wearing the chelsea shirt right now it seems as though you're twitter account is now just exclusively dedicated to getting new seats to the champions league final my reading that situation right a little bit you know sell my soul. My friends was trying to get. I think actually was going to be able to get us tickets but immigration thing was a whole another situation so now it's just like i'll be there in spirit. Well you might have spirit that you've got you've been i mean i've seen all the nba photos of you walking into the arena. You're always wrapping the blues in. Larry nance has been probably enjoying it from the sidelines area. Congratulations on what was a very good season. I know you had battles throughout injury but the first proper football question here as we gear into the final. This has been weird season for all athletes..
"nance" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"I think unlike any individual this manchester city side. Yes guardiola team. And it's and it's the full way that all eleven players interact with each other and the movements and the ability to keep the ball. It's beautiful when it comes off. But when it doesn't a star individual moment and kevin brown. I'd say more than any manchester city player by a decent amount is capable of summoning it and so how chelsea handle kevin de bruyne. You mentioned georgina ability to get in his way in that. Fa cup semifinal. That'll be really huge again. Because kevin dubrow can change this game and he was sensational in the last primarily game against everton although that was just a a runaway five nil. That probably didn't matter much for either team but he's the player and so how do chelsea handle that. We'll get into our formal predictions in the final segment of the show. But let's talk to a couple true blues. I'm bringing out the top lucky charm guns that i've got a my sleeve here for this finals preview episode. We're going to the nba. It's nba playoff time. Here in the states. Josh hart and larry nance you know them if you're a chelsea supporter you know them as must follows because they're always tweeting about chelsea. They know the game quite well and they're going to be at the edge of their seats for this final. I know josh. Hart have been trying to actually be literally in a seat at that final. He's just. He has no shame about his twitter again. He's a begging for seats right now. So maybe well as about that ends up going to the final. Two friends of the show josh. Hart in larry nance it's kind of apropos. I think our first pandemic episode chelsea mike depp. We talked to. Larry nance and josh hart and now that there's all this hope here in this country across the world with vaccine distribution is this the pandemic run of chelsea. Mic'ed up coming to an end. If so a perfect chapter end josh. Hart and larry nance coming your way.
"nance" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"Podcast and guess what. The men's team are in the biggest club game on the planet or playing their english rivals manchester city. You have come here for chelsea chatter and a champions league final preview and we will deliver on that folks. Bmi neutral observer. Chris wittingham will guide you through the season. That was what brought chelsea up until this point and we will break down the match to end all matches between chelsea and manchester city. Going down saturday in portugal lama service monaco swag back bacopa chelsea fans. Welcome everybody to chelsea mike up. Welcome co-host trusting neutral observer. Chris whittingham neutral observer. I'm gonna say a one more time. So you know neutral observer and lisson neutral. Those who have paid attention to this. Podcast might have picked up on an interesting little sub current to this recording. This final that makes it extra interesting. What you're talking about all right. Let's talk about the champions league. Final now threaten you with a history of what got chelsea to this point. And i'm a batman fan. I'm good on seeing batman origin stories. I kind of know the deal. Same spiderman. I appreciate it. I don't like that we continually change rights fees holders. That way i got to see uncle. Ben die over and over again ben dying so i think you know how chelsea got here. How did they get here. They won their champions league games. That that's they got here. They advanced beyond reality drid in the semifinal which was a massive achievement for this club if you really pulled me before the season and any emotional chelsea fan getting out of the round of sixteen might have been the height of a lot of people's expectations chelsea find themselves here as a fourth-place finisher premier league it was. We were sweating it out to the very last second in the final match. We got the season even qualify for next year's competition. So you know your boy. Mike ryan does not take this final four granted the fact that chelsea find themselves here in this game against the class of the english premier league manchester city. It's an unbelievable achievement in itself. Well when you talk about clubs pride in themselves on winning trophies for me the trophies to win every year are the primarily in the champions league s the fa cup and the cup have important role to play in the history of english football. But in my view when you're talking about the very biggest clubs and what they set out to do every year..
The End of the Universe With Sarafina Nance
"Surfing vital to the survival of the species wall. That's a big question. Let's see I i think it's really important to ask big questions that anchor us and our perspective in the context of the universe so we can understand a little bit more about where we come from how we got here and you know whether we're alone weather How we can sort of traverse the cosmos and explore the rest of the universe so sort of these big questions that to me inform. Our humanity are really important to evolving as as cheesy and retaining a semblance of humanity as we move forward. I like it though his. We'll take words. Well that's perfect cool. You'll never be faulted for a lot of words this cast all i do is just ramble. On my editors god damnit another one. Yeah cool brought not alone. So let's get into this thing. Let's start by setting some context for folks surfing. How is the actual universe going to end. So the universe ghosts through different stages as it evolves and towards the edmonds the fate of the universe is basically that it is going to continue expanding and accelerating eating expansion forever and at that point so you know where hundreds of billions of years in the future. The space between each celestial object is going to get bigger and bigger and bigger and stretch until you have isolated stars and you have isolated planets and everything sort of cools and fades away until we're left to be plunged into darkness. Sounds like my typical friday.
"nance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"D. C. Hey, Nance. Hey, Carol. Will fewer people will be in the audience due to the pandemic, But President Biden will be making his first speech to a joint meeting of Congress tonight. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports. The president plans to outline his spending and taxing proposals from road repair to child care analyst Isaac Boltanski of Compass Point Research, commented in a Bloomberg interview. What we're going to get tonight is an incredibly ambitious and expansive proposal intended to remake our economy, but the reality is, it's not going to happen. I'm not going to get what the president calls for tonight, but we will get something of significance. Boltanski said tax policy to narrow the gap between wealth and work will pass in some form. In Washington. Irv Chapman Bloomberg Radio. You can listen to full coverage of the speech right here on Bloomberg Radio beginning at 8 30 Wall Street time. Rudy Giuliani's lawyer says the federal rate of his apartment and office this morning amounts to legal thuggery. In a statement, Robert Costello says the searches were unnecessary because Giuliani offered to answer questions from prosecutors except those about his privileged communications with former President Trump. Investigators seized Giuliani's electronic devices after serving a federal warrant, a new poll shows Americans believe covered 19. It's no longer the most pressing issue facing the country, according to Gallup one in five Americans, said Cove, It is the most important problem that's down by 25% since March. This is one of the first times that Americans have been less concerned about the virus since the pandemic began. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts.
Baylor Men’s Basketball bringing home trophy to Texas
"For the Baylor men's basketball team. They're bringing home to Texas and NC double a trophy. They dominated the Gonzaga Bulldogs. Jim Nance with the call on CBS. Complete college basketball's greatest rebound and rebuild with a championship. Final score. Baylor 86 Gonzaga 70.
Washington Nationals Park sits empty after coronavirus delays opening day
"Right into this day together after several players contract, coronavirus said, remains unclear this Friday morning when opening day will actually take place for the Washington nationals. But while disappointed they need to wait a bit longer Restaurants near the ballpark. ER, ready to play ball on Jackie just behind Nance. Park owner Dmitry Choke, Holden says in preparation for fans firing away. We are cleaning. We are updating things and you know, onward and upward. Justin Cox is the CEO of Atlas Brew works, which has had a tough go opening at the start of the pandemic. We had based the whole business model upon having 80 whatever home games at the ballpark every year. His hope is that the games will finally start and things will pick up for them. And even with the pandemic limitations, we know that This will be over at some point, and when it is, we're going to be doing really well near Nats Park. Mike
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.
Blake Griffin agrees to deal with Nets
"We have Blake Griffin signing with the Brooklyn Nance, according to ESPN. The Nets are using their veteran minimum. Inside the 31 year old free agent. This contract was brought out by the Detroit Pistons on Friday. They bought him out they forward is averaging 12.3 points and 5.2 rebounds in 20 games this
3 Alabama professors on leave over insensitive photos
"Alex Hogan, three professors of the University of South Alabama, have been placed on leave pending an investigation. After racially insensitive Halloween photos of them surfaced. Finance professor Bob Wood was dressed in a Confederate soldier's uniform, while professors Alex Charlotte did Nance and Theresa. Well, D posed with a
Plane debris rains down on neighborhood after engine failure
"Transportation Safety Board is headed to a town outside Denver that was shaken up Saturday afternoon after United Airlines aircraft experienced an engine failure in the sky and began raining debris over a residential neighborhood. Including a popular park and several homes. Miraculously, no injuries were reported in the plan well that the plane was able to safely land a Denver international airport. Minutes later. Retired commercial pilot and ABC News contributor John Nance says this investigation will likely focus on the plane's engine and its maintenance rather than pilot actions. First of all, if there's any defect in the engine manufacturing process that has to do with the Harley blades or the disk. In the turban or if something has happened during a regular maintenance period. Those are the most likely possibilities. In other words of inherent defect that finally comes apart a big
"nance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"D. C. Hey, Nance. Hey, Carol. Well, the impeachment trial of former President Trump is now in the question and answer phase. Trump's impeachment lawyers use just several hours, not near the 16 they were given to outline their arguments to senators Attorney Michael VanDerveer said that Trump's impeachment is an act of political vengeance to claim that the president in any way wished Desired or encourage lawless or violent behavior is a preposterous and monstrous lie. Democratic prosecutors have argued that Trump's supporters were primed for violence on January 6th the day of the attack. And that he egged them on with obvious intent before they interrupted the electoral count of votes. Well, the CDC is providing schools across the country, a roadmap to reopening and made the cove in 19 pandemic. CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky Says the operational strategy is based on science, with input from teachers, parents and officials, Universal and correct use of masks that should be required for all students, teachers and staff and physical distancing of at least 6 ft. Between people with cohort ng or potting of students. To minimize exposure across the school environment. Will Lynskey Earl also urged states to make vaccinating teachers a priority, but she did not call it a prerequisite for reopening. White House says President Biden will seek to close the prison on the U. S basic Guantanamo Bay following a robust review process. No timeline was given, though Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered.
"nance" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Tries to steal it back. It's up for grabs and taken away by Finnessey Fitness. He drive again foul by career. Ryan Greer. Fouls out. Yeah, he he cannot wait. So I don't know why he's wait. So long. Wait for like five seconds on the shot clock, which just given enough options, and he got it stripped. I would venture to say this is the first time Ryan Greer has found out of the game. And his northwestern. It is Northwestern career exactly. 70 70 a minute 56 to go in second overtime. Well, this was an afternoon game that's become a night game. Yeah. And I think we'll hear comes gains. I like you know his aggressiveness, but Northwestern still's gotta stay up more aggressive offensively, can't play around with it. Yet is attacking a little quicker and get into the basket. Up, Finnessey will be at the free throw line a chance to put Indiana back in front. Gonna see is over two from the free throw line. Over three make them Undersea eyes, the rib free throw up and good. I'll say this about Indiana. They've made him when they had to. The first half, they could make a free throw. Second free throw by finished. She is good at 70 to 70 Indiana minute 56 to go in the second overtime. Venice seal for five shooting today, but two for five from the free throw line. First two points put Indiana back in front. As Billy Toe Games high on the left Miss attention, Nance Nance against Tennessee backs his way down into the paint, and the foul was called. On finishing. They wanna left Tennessee could do there. No, he took it from outside the three point line and back down. I'm surprised it didn't come with help. A little quicker. They just let him play one on one. Eight. Nance 11 points, seven rebounds in the game. Two shots here. First one up and good for Pete. Hmm. This one to tie the game with a minute 39 to go in overtime number two. Dance exhales. Bounces the ball twice, fires, the free throw. No good. Indiana the ball up one minute 38 to go in the second overtime. Tennessee leaves it for Durham brings it across the mid court line 90 seconds to go in this overtime hearing his Tennessee Hunter bouncing for Franklin Jackson Davis at the top. Jackson Davis Hanson up during bobbles maintains it bounces for Franklin five to shoot Franklin Driving down the lane. Put it up, Missed it! Rebound games pushing Here come. The cat's a minute eight to go, Hoo boy all the way in. Louis bounces back out throughout these one minute to go in the second overtime. Cats look to retake the lead shot clock down to 15. Here's on each Picked up by Jackson Davis. Step back three for the lead, No good rebound, finishing 43 seconds to go one point, Indiana League and Indiana is going to take a time out with 39.1 remaining in the second overtime. We got the mismatch with Davis and step back like he did the last time, but he didn't make this one. Indiana played two overtimes at Wisconsin. Lost 80 to 73. In that game that was back on the seventh of last month. Last overtime game was on ground Hog day. When they lost the Illinois 75 71 in Bloomington. Here It is 70 to 71, Indiana 39.1 remaining. Hoosiers have won their last two road games. Victories. At Iowa at Nebraska. They swept the hawk outs. Well, that kind of shows you you're pretty good team because I was pretty good, even though they're struggling a little bit. What do you go to now? The last time they had a set, they went to the lab. I just did. Davis. I just don't see him doing that this late, But I think Franklin and Davis are gonna be involved in something. Ryan Young out Robbie Barron in Nance, Games, Audis and gooey for the Wildcats. 70 to 71 Indiana, 39.1 to go in the second overtime. They inbound the ball to Durham. Zoning on the shot clock. Wow. Thanks, Wildcats. Go Zone. 16 2nd Differential shot clock the game clock. Well to shoot here for Indiana years fantasy. Jackson Davis back to Tennessee means it in their hundreds of free throw line. Hunter steps back watches a three good with 16.2 to go 75 71. 15 seconds left in the second overtime. Here's Boo Boo. We lost the handle on it. Saves it into the quarter on these for three good.
"nance" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To Nance around the top. Robbie Barron down the lane lost the handle on it, and it's taken by Leo the other way. I had the Durham shot blocked by Nance loose in the corner out of bounds. Should be Indiana ball. Yeah, they called it in an awful nice block by Nancy is a long son of a gun just reached over the top. Wildcats have four blocks now and seven steals. Bounce pass to go toe Lander, Indiana looks the Thai take the lead with a three hers durum, bouncing Thompson in the lane. His shots blocked Finance, but a foul was called on Pete Nance. It's his third two shots here. Thompson. Try toe put Indiana into it time. Optional for one in the first half. The throw is no good tops. And, of course, the son of Darryl tops and the great running back of the University of Minnesota, who Spent. Several years with the Green Bay Packers. Second free throw is good, so it's a one point game 34 33 Thompson has Five points in the game. Who he brings it down for the Wildcats, but we all the way to the baseline, cut off by lander, but the gains of the pop, which left her Nance Nance circles right hands to buoy Louis started left fakes Right now he drives kicks gains in the corner against Lille drives into traffic. Turns wants to get a shot up there, drops it instead to dance. Right hand hook. Good bye, Pete. Dance on the capture up 3 36 33 like you want to get to the lady without turning it over because it made good plays, and now Indiana throws it away. At the other end, Lander fired it. Down the tunnel in the southeast corner of trying to read a cameraman down there was open and he could, you know, have it If you go over the top of the screen, a guy players in the corner Landers. I don't know where he was thrown in. He was flayed into the corner and.
"nance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To Nancy Lines. Hey, Nance. Hey, Carol. Well, the U. S senators serving as the jury in the impeachment trial of Donald Trump. The trial kicked off today with a screening of the storming of the capital, January. 6 presentation of the case against Trump was led by Congressman Jamie Raskin off all of professor of constitutional law, who spoke of what acquittal would mean It's an invitation to the president to take his best shot at anything he may want to do on his way out the door, including using violent means. Lock that door to hang on to the Oval Office at all costs and to block the peaceful transfer of power. The first decision the Senate has to make is whether the Constitution allows impeachment of a former official with Trump's lawyers that it does not in Washington, Irv Chapman Bloomberg radio and former president Trump's attorneys have just began presenting their arguments against the constitutionality of the trial. Well. The NTSB believes the crash that killed NBA legend Kobe Bryant and eight others was caused after the pilot became disoriented in thick clouds and thought the helicopter was climbing when it was actually dropping. Bill English is the lead investigator. This maneuver is consistent with a pilot experiencing spatial disorientation in limited visibility conditions. English is recommending all aircraft carrier flight data recorder and all pilots received spatial disorientation training. More than 16% of American Children were in poverty in December, and according to an analysis from a team of economists from the University of Chicago, Notre Dame and Shang Jiang University overall poverty rates Rose last year by the most in more than 50 years. Global news 24 hours a day on.
"nance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In our D C news from Hey, Nance. Hey, Carol, Former President Trump's lawyers are laying out their case against his impeachment, arguing. The second trial is unconstitutional, and he did not incite an insurrection. Political analyst and pollster Frank Lutz tells Bloomberg. The House impeachment managers plan to lay out their case like a dramatic movie. We're going to see footage that we've never seen before. We're gonna hear from witnesses that we haven't heard from before, and they're gonna lay it out as much as a documentary would Point by point less about the constitutionality about this and more about how it was wrong. Now on the Republican side, this is going to give Donald Trump if he is acquitted. It's gonna give him the chance to say you see they try to second time. Trump's impeachment trial set to begin tomorrow one PM Wall Street time. While the majority of Americans agree a representative government is one of the country's bedrock principles and new poll finds on Lee, A fraction of Americans believe democracy is thriving in the U. S. 16% of Americans say Democracy is working well or extremely well. Ah, pessimism that crosses party lines. Nearly half of Americans 45% say democracy isn't functioning properly. The Associated Press Norc Center for Public Affairs Research poll's findings are consistent with how Americans grated democracy before the 2020 election. About two thirds of Americans overall say Joe Biden was legitimately elected. While only a third of Republicans hold that view in Washington. I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg Radio. Another Republican senator, is leaving the fold. Senator Richard Shelby of Alabama says he will not seek 1/7 term.
"nance" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"It is going to be Jim Nance said this this morning, maybe the greatest Super Bowl showdown of all time. Your weekend is upon you, Mahomes. Brady is upon you and whether you like it or not, And I'm gonna just gonna assume you sort of like it's instant. You're being kind enough to let us come into your world. This show is upon you and Bill Ryder Town DiBenedetto, the executive producer. Company life in the Roger Morgan Studios When you need an expert to help navigate the home loan process, rocket can let me say this too, because I don't ever want you to think I take you for granted. I love doing this show. And however, and wherever you're listening, my God, we appreciate you yesterday a buddy of mine. And Miller, did you, Kyla? High school classmate. Good friend sent me just a random text. He was at the Iowa State Memorial Union. And he overheard Someone. I think a faculty member talking about this show and that they like this. I think their husband likes to show So to you, sir. And your wonderful wife who was spreading the word. Thank you. Thanks. All of you who listened and who hang out. John Price is going to be on the show. John helped us navigate NFL betting conundrums over the course of the regular season and he's going to go full Prop insight, John Prop Price Works information trader is going to be on the show at the end of the hour. Treasure paler Who is a star now, right. He's on Jim Rome all the time. Got his own radio show in Kansas City, Yahoo! Sports National Rider. This dude is the he is. I've been saying this for years. I think he's The best NFL journalist in the country. He also just happened when that was true to also be the the definitive voice on the chief's before that became the most important reality in the NFL in America, and he's a friend, and he's an incredible dude. And that's why he was kind enough to come on this show when he doesn't need to do that, because he's a very big deal on an hour. Can't wait to talk T p Lot of Super Bowl 55 talk a lot to get to. I do have a story about karma, putting in its sights me and then just destroying me in every way possible. We'll do that in about 20 minutes. I'll be fun. Looking for looking for that bad boy looking forward to that segment, so How many ways can you take Super Bowl 55? And assess it right. Pick it up, turning around your hands, try to find some new and interesting angle And here's the thing that occurred to me. And it's on the lines of the fact. And if you want to call us, 855 to 1 to four CBS in about 10 Minutes was are taking Super Bowl predictions. What you think's gonna happen. Whatever you got. Here's something that occurred to me. As it relates a suitable 55 the magnitude of the game and how it's going to affect the history of this sport and other sports long past the conclusion. And it also Lines up with is at the intersection of the fact that true greatness Overwhelming historical goat greatness. Redefines how we measure success. How we measure all time success. And that is Whether or not Tom Brady walks off the field in Tampa Bay. At the conclusion of this battle on Sunday in that moment, and for many years to come. In a minimum, he's gonna be the greatest QB of all time. Anyone. Who argues that is wrong. And deep. In their belly of Marino or Montana or breeze or manning fandom. They know they're wrong. You have to like Tom Brady. You know in your gut. He's destroyed everything in his way, including your resistance to His Excellency, It's just a fact. It is his 10th Soup bowl appearance on whether he's six and four when it's over, or seven and three. The not the mere number of appearances is going to be a part of his legacy. Now, Kim Holmes chasing down maybe maybe But what struck me is the fact that for so long and Brady LeBron to an extent, But look, Brady's the one that is bold arised this notion this false notion it turns out This idea that our greatest of all times have to be perfect. Have to be Not just transcendently talented, a statistical marvel. Ah, cutthroat winner. They have to be perfect. That is the idea that Michael Jordan and Joe Montana fashioned for us in the eighties and nineties. Montana four for four in the Super Bowl perfection. All the other things, I noted. Jordan. In the NBA Files six for six and all the other things, I noted perfection by the way, that wasn't how we measure greatness in those sports beforehand. There were Wilt Chamberlain, Bill Russell, Magic and Bird. The quarterbacks who predated Montana, Bradshaw on others, the idea of perfection. As a requirement. Isn't a universal truth. Not an absolute fact. It's not the physics of sports if you're smart enough to understand the math behind goat nous. It's something that Jordan in Montana created. That's what grates do. They carved their They carved not just their face. In the mountain, The Mount Rushmore. Of the sports world. They carved the reality They want us to see. And Brady has done that..
A Deep Dive Into Rudy Gobert After the Jazz Lose To Denver
"Talk about Rudy. Gobert. What? What do we want to know about mr. Gaubert because I thought before today and obviously today is Sunday. I thought before the day that he was running away with the defensive player of the year award. And then today happened today happened. I would not go as far as running away with the defensive player wage. I thought he was running away. I thought it was a significant gap between him and everybody else. So I totally understand why you would say that their top five and defense coming into town today. They're really really good team Utah. They are arguably playing better before today than anybody in the NBA just point blank. Especially now that the Lakers have hit like off a bit of a bit of a malaise having said that I'm still saying Anthony Davis Ford Prince of player of the year because they've number one defense and he's the one the keys the number one defense in the NBA off. He's by far the most versatile defender in the NBA Rudy I think is a reasonable like honestly probably would be second for me right now Myles Turner has a case sneaky class that I've been advocating as much as I can Larry Nance would probably be in my top five right now. He is the whole reason that the Cavs have a reasonable defense. Yep. Right now a top-10 defense, but I digress nonetheless Rudy gobert has been very very good for the Utah Jazz this year and I thought that Utah's games this week. We're kind of a perfect encapsulation of the Rudy gobert experience against Dallas. He was the reason that they just come holy month and utterly annihilated the Mavericks in both of those games and I watched the first one close cuz I bet on Dallas because Utah was without Donovan Mitchell was without a favors and Dallas was getting back Dorian finney-smith was getting back to like Powell. I thought that they'd take that energy and catch you too on the back end of a back-to-back and be kind of run away with that game and that absolutely one hundred percent was the wrong side to be on and in large part. It was because of the incredible grass. City that Rudy gobert holds as a pick-and-roll offensive threat, he is completely obliterated kristaps porzingis in that in those two games like butterwood obliterated him like wipe them off the face of the Earth on both ends. He averaged 23 points and 16 rebounds. He had like three blocks. He had a couple of steals. He was dead thing that people who are Jazz fans and that yell from the rooftops about Rudy. Gobert. He was everything in those two games that people say about Rudy being like a top-12 impact player in the NBA. You'll hear sometimes in this game today against Denver Nikola jokic made him look like a parking cone on defense and
NBA star comes up with plan to help local businesses
"Small businesses are struggling big time during the pandemic and one. Nba player has creative idea to help them out. Larry jan excuse me. Larry nance junior. Yeah of the cleveland. Cavaliers asking fans to buy a piece of apparel from any of their favorite local businesses. And send it to him. He'll wear each piece of apparel to a game this year. Be photographed and post about that small business to help bring awareness. You will also be selling the game. Used jersey from said game will match whatever price the jersey sales for with one hundred percent of the proceeds going to the business being represented that night and all of the apparel receives will be donated back to local area homeless shelters. Hal about larry nance junior some kind of here go
Early signing day: Latest on the nation's top 25 college football recruits
"It's signing day part one in college football with the early signing period. now which. I'm sure coaches love because they championship games and bowl games. All that other stuff. It is obviously been a very busy time for the uc coaching staff. And a big reason why is putting together a twenty three players signing class or recruiting class. I should say for the the class of two thousand and twenty one during the early signing period we are obviously huge fans of bear journal. Dot com chad. Brendel comes on this show all the time. He'll be with us tomorrow at three forty five but because it is sunday i wanted to bring in brent young who also covers. Uc's sports and pretty heavy recruiting emphasis for bearcat journal dot com. He is on twitter at. Excuse me at be young sports and He's with us this afternoon. I appreciate the time. What should i what what stands out most about this. This particular group of players the bearcats have inked You know what really stands out to me. The most i often travel on. It's just kind of the debt that that numerous positions the the high level of talent. It might not have the the top players like you know. You have last year with with prater and jean thomas and jane thompson. The four stars really really kind of flooding the top of the list. But what was really shown and this one is just the death and the amount of talent that they're able to bring in not really clear that you would expect kind of just be headliners for each class but just the amount of players that are highly rated at each physician. You're going to have numerous players. They're going to have big impact next year special teams but more further down the line right. Give me one or two players. That if i look at this bunch and i'm trying to find a kid who's gonna make an immediate impact year one or two stands out. You don't have to go with i. Brian threats i think first off. He's one of the seven early enroll. East coming in is going to be a player out of you. Know w kaufmann there and the clubs. They're gonna come in and be a player that wants to get on the field no matter what so. You're going to see him on special teams quite a lot. You're going to see him trying really find his role on the defensive side. You know obviously defense is going to have a humorous players that are going to have to be funneled out and figured out who's going to be replacing all the seniors that are currently on the roster. So yeah i think threats comes in. He has a knack for the ball defensively. He has the ability to make big plays. You know you play offense as well as the high school level but really defensively special teams where. I'm expecting him to kind of have almost an immediate impact and then outside of that You know give me. Give me an office alive because it seems. Recently we have causes there possibly had numerous true freshman. Kind break that that that you know. Talk to on the depth chart. And i think that you look at a player like luke collins where who could step in at the tackle position is one of the better fruits that program history for the bearcats. And i think he's gonna have a chance to really kinda shy know now. Land is gonna have a chance to really shine but and then of course you look at the depth as i've constantly mentioned it's going to be hard for some of these players really crack the rotation because now you see we've been able to turn you know one as one bs and constant we have players available at each position. So really specialties. Would be the place to watch out for. Maybe i'd a toxic to watch out for who could have an impact on kickoff teams kickoff return team things of that sort. There are seven kids from the greater cincinnati area around up the kids from from From from from this class from the greater cincinnati area. yeah. I talked about Gmc defensive player of the year. It of seems like that's been that the bearcats have been able to do is bring in big time defensive players from the great cincinnati area and that first off. He has a fantastic a phenomenal nickname. And it's the godfather dante. I mean better. Carry that with him and he'd better have it all the way throughout his playing career. Whether it is in the nfl anywhere he goes. Dante corleones the godfather of course from rain high school. He's going to be a cog in the middle. You shake his hand and he just completely engulfs your hand. It makes you feel small just a bowling ball of a player. And he kinda of exact situation as i say of the death i mean. He's he's the second lowest rated player in this entire recruiting class. But you've accused. Gmc defensive player of the year. you get sacks. he's going to be a big shopper. Upfront i mean forced. You gotta mentioned the land fickle. That really great story about him is is of course he. He sat down at the dinner table with his father. And he said you know data. I think i'm gonna be a bearcat and and we've said no. I don't accept that i need a little bit more. You know force behind that. And that's you know he said okay came back days later and i'm sure he fought as much force as possible and You know land is going to be a player. That i think is surprised. Because he's got the talent that his dad has of leeward hours another great flare out of princeton. I mean you just keep on going up and down the list and then of course you know you got ice. Jarman is a good outside player. And i already talked about mouth glenn. This is just going to be another one of those. The state of cincinnati is what they call it and and keeping hometown heroes around the greater cincinnati area. They're all gonna big impact on the team. All right look. I'm not gonna ask you to be an expert on every recruiting class in the country but there are folks at twenty. Four seven are relentless. Put this class up against other competitors in the put this class up against their competitors among a group of five schools. And then tell me where would stack up or how would stack up to even some of the schools that we frequently talk about them. Trying to recruit among power five schools. Right you know first off forty second in the country. You might know that at that and think okay. That seems like a high number but you break it down. This is pop. G five recruiting class top class in the afc. You know an average of eighty five point one that is second behind what last year. The eighty five point three Just just the amount of average ratings throughout the entire class you know the groups that break higher than what auburn has brought in this year. What virginia tech has brought in what you know an iowa state who is magically better than the bearcats in the college football playoff hole which. I'm sure you've completely broke down but higher than in iowa state hires than a ucla arizona state tcu. So you know there was about twenty power five twenty to twenty five power. Five software says up bearcats actually had a higher national rank. Nance so you're looking at you. Know one of the best britain the best group of five but one of the better entire classes and the and the nation he look at next year. Obviously a really early start but this is a fantastic roof. And they're going to be you know like i said it's going to be a couple years down the line. You're gonna start calling out these players by name and say wow. This is a big time player from that twenty. Twenty one
The Joanne Ratcliffe And Kirste Gordon Case
"Les- and kath ratcliffe and their two children thirteen year. Old david and eleven year old joanne would dedicated red legged supporters. They attended most games during football season. Including the nineteen seventy three round twenty clash against the roosters. That day leads parked that car knee. What was then the river. Torrens police station and to jolie's boat ramp and the group made their way across to delight oval shortly before the gang commenced at two ten pm. The ratcliff family took a seat in grow l. of the sir edwin smith grandstand their derain into friend and fellow. Red legs fan. Rada hakko radar locked. The ratcliffe was part of the usual crowd of red legs supporters. She had brought along her four year old granddaughter. Kirsty gordon for the first time. Despite this seven year. Age gap. Joe into an immediate sean to kirsty. It was their first time meeting but the girls quickly became friends. They spent the majority of their time playing together and with other children in the grandstand while the adults watched the game australian rules. Football games are divided into four thirty minute quarters quarter time refers to a six minute break that occurs at the end of the first and third quarters. There is also a twenty minute break halfway through the match. Less and kath ratcliffe didn't allow their children to wonder off during these breaks or the game's final quarter. This was said they would avoid getting caught up amongst the crowds rushing to use the toilets boy snacks or leave early early in the game. Kirsty needed to use the bathroom. And the ratcliffe. Let joe in escort her to the nearest toilet block. Roughly three hundred meters away lessened. Cath trust the dead ordering tighly. Joann was mature. You of her age always followed their instruction. And you what to do. In case of emergency the nearest toilets were located in thoroughfare. The joan crespo grandstand next to where the wrecked cliffs and rate hakuou was say did multiple busy walkways lead de including the one that circled the perimeter of the oval joanne. Kirsty returned from the toilets with the incident lyda. They went to fond straws for their drinks at approximately three forty five. Am enduring the third quarter of the match. Kirsty needed to use the bathroom again. Given there was still plenty of time until the break. The ratcliffe allowed joanne to a school. Kirsty wants more twenty minutes. Past and joanne and kirsty still hadn't returned to their sates. As three quarter tone drew closer less ratcliffe went in search of the pair. Hey expected to find them. Playing on route to the toilets but didn't spot aid the girl on the shore walk once. He raised the toilet block onto the john chriswell grandstand. He asked a woman to check the all toilets on his behalf. Not they joanne. Nor kirsty wherein sawed at four non pay 'em the three quarter break commenced. Hundreds of spectators flooded the concourses blading to the toilets and concession stands as well mary the iron gates at the southern entrance of the oval. Where i've been this allowed the general public to bypass the tunstall's and dented the grand free of charge to watch the end of the match won the game entered. It's fun. Oh quarter at four seventeen pm. Joe in kirsti was still nowhere to be sane although the roosters were well ahead before the break the red legs made a comeback. The nail budding spectacle during in more spectators and roiling up those already present the energy adelaide oval was intense dhabi month. The secretary of the south australian cricket association was overseeing the match in the oval secretary's office when a panicked cath rackliff arrive. Shane foam domon. That joe in and kirsty were missing and requested that an announcement be made over the public address system. Monroe refused sorting a rule. That prevented me gang. Nance bence in case at disrupted play. Hey told cath to inform a police officer though may be no attempt to allow. The office saw that happened to be sitting in his office at the time. Mundane instructed cath to return to her. Say competent that the girls would make their way back soon. Direct cliffs andromeda hukou spent the remainder of the game searching the joanne and kirsty at full forty. nine pm. the fun sarin rang signaling. The end of the gain there was still no sign of the goes as the crowd dispersed. The rack cliffs returned to the secretary's office and demanded an announcement be made