32 Burst results for "National Public Radio"
It Is a Moral Compromise to Support a RINO
"Haven't very good friend. Just call him fred. And he's a friend of the family and he's a good guy great supporter of president trump true conservative and he wants america to return to being shining city on the hill and we had a very very very heavy text conversation this morning until i was triggered and i called him up. You know who. You are. Fred and i love you and your good guy but he was a little confused about my attitude to the man wants to be the quote unquote republican governor of virginia. A man called glen yankin a man who refused to come on this radio show. Because he's afraid that he's personally afraid oh. He is allowing his a rhino republican in name only advises who have called this show under false names to defend glenn young. Yes national radio court out by my producer. Jeff trying to defend the man who won't defend himself want man asks his employees under a false name to defend him on national radio. Now my friend said look. You've got to go with him. Because what are we going to support. Terry mcauliffe truly one of the most evil men in american politics. The bag man the fundraiser. The money man for the clintons and my argument was very simple. It is a moral compromise to support a rhino.
Kabul Wasn't a Withdrawal, It Was a Retreat
"I've been waiting all week for this. He is the vice president of the heritage foundation heritage dot. Org he is the man we go to for all matters national security and foreign policy. Jim califano welcome back to america. First you're on am. I know not live on national radio. America you have to actually here. So let's i think there's two big issues one is what they're gonna do next which is going to make things even worse in the white house and and the other is what we how we stop it okay so before we get to that for two days. Now i've been quoting. You'll tweet here on america. First very powerful super powerful visual tweet where you said. The compost wasn't a withdrawal. It was the result of contact with the enemy. Which means it's a retreat. Jim what write that what. So here's what happened. And i'm not nancy drew but i think and i even think on your show. People have unpack this understand. What's going on biden. Convinced himself that afghanistan was going to collapse. He so he had and so he grabbed gani. And he said you're going to cut a deal with the taliban and you're gonna turn the country over to the taliban and what you guys are going to do is let me leave first. And then the country's gonna collapse and it won't happen on my watch and it won't be fall and what happened is of course. The taliban were like well dude. If you just tell us you're leaving we're not gonna cut any deal and of course ghani got cold feet grabbed his suitcases and headed for the door. And then what biden did was just executed is planning precipitated. The collapse and then he put himself in a situation where where there was no escape. It's literally like dustin hoffman walks up to customer and says dude there's a million indians on the little bighorn don't go there and then custard charges anyway and and get surrounded by the by the indians and then he then he turns to the guy next. How could this possibly happen.
President Trump Describes "The Greatest, Most Embarrassing Disaster We've Ever Witnessed in Our Country"
"Do you think that general patton was woke. I don't think so. What do you think by. Mike was you all. Don't think so. I don't think he was to woke. He was the exact opposite. You know what woke means. It means you're a loser. That was president trump in alabama at the weekend at a record-breaking rally and we honored to have my former boss with us here on national radio show america first across the country president trump. Welcome back. thank you very much. Mr president Let's start at the beginning How different was your approach to national security. There was no woke as a under the us military. When you a commander in chief talked to millions of lessons across the country about your plans for of ghanistan the conditions based withdrawal and what. We have witnessed the disaster. We've witnessed in the last three weeks. Maybe the greatest most embarrassing disaster we've ever witnessed in our country. The difference was Almost first of all it was the opposite. It was the exact opposite. We knocked out isis. When i took in when i took over isis was all over the middle east. We knocked out one hundred percent of the isis caliphate. I noticed now. They call it isis k. So you'll explain that but We knocked out one hundred percent of the isis caliphate. We took out Al-baghdadi the leader of isis. And you know what else and who else we took out. We took out plenty and we were in total control in terms of kabul and in terms of afghanistan. They weren't even close to us. We were going to get people. Because i believe in getting at twenty one years is enough and we were like a police force over there and they've got to take care of themselves and as you know better than anybody predicted as soon as we leave They would stop fighting and they were fighting for a lot of money. They were among the highest paid soldiers in the world. Paid for by the american taxpayer. So that's exactly what
A Republican Mayor Winning in Hispanic City Is an American Phenomenon
"You the story before the break. Washington Examiner Republicans won the mayor's race in the Calen, Texas Basically, Dan what the heck diseases? A national radio show may be listening in Chicago, WLS KBC in L. A They are and Detroit. W m A L D. C. What does this have to do with me? Oh, it has a lot to do with you. That's an 85% Hispanic district on the Texas southern border. Republican won the mayor's race there. In a huge upset. In a district where portions have been voted for Hillary Clinton. By 40% points in 2016. It's great awakening happening across the country isn't a white or black or Hispanic phenomenon.
Apple Music Announces Spatial Audio With Dolby Atmos
"We will discuss. Monday's announcement that apple music is bringing industry leading sound quality to subscribers with the addition of spatial audio with support for dolby atmos. I'm very passionate about using lossless music as i have a national radio show work music. Quality is important. I have addressed lossless music in previous guests. Which are available at mac. Minutes dot be l. u. b. r. y. dot net. Let's discuss apple's announcement. Starting with spatial audio spatial audio gives artists the opportunity to create immersive audio experiences for their fans with true multidimensional sound and clarity apple music. Subscribers will also be able to listen to more than seventy five million songs in lossless audio the way the artists in the studio these new features will be available for apple music subscribers starting next month at no additional cost oliver. Schuster apple's vice president of apple music and beat said apple music is making its biggest advancement ever in sound quality. Listening to a song and dolby. Atmos is like magic. The music comes from all around you and sounds incredible now. We are bringing this truly innovative and immersive experience to our listeners. With music from their favorite artists. Like jay bauman gustavo doodle ariel grinding maroon five casing. Musk graves the weekend and so many more subscribers will also be able to listen to their music in the highest quality with lossless audio apple music as we know it is about to change forever. He finished
Tom Hourigan, BBC News Journalist, on Reporters' Mental Health During the Pandemic
"Tom to journalism dakota uk podcast. What's the working situation like fuel cell from the moment when speaking Pretty normal ashley for us. I'm part of the main national radio. Newsroom at the bbc's headquarters in london. I'm for the most part we have been working in the office and that is mainly being technical reasons other than anything else. The bbc simply hasn't had enough laptops to give out to the hundreds and hundreds of staff that we have so we have been coming into the office. Open very kovic secure. We've been doing covid tests before we started a run of shifts with social distanced Meetings on zoo now So it's all very siphon. It's quite strange how quickly that has become normal practice compared with how we were just a year ago and running a completely different sort of operations. So we're still producing all the same content. Hopefully listeners won't notice too much of a difference but it's actually quite different in terms of the the way that we're working in the office. But i have done very little working in the large air and so i've had a more normal pandemic than a lot of other. People are surprised business as usual than yeah. I guess oh Because the knees wheels. Keep turning. And i'm working on output for radios to full mainly and there are huge audiences to stations. Who are expecting us to be giving them as much corona virus news and updates as we possibly can and so we don't have a choice you just got to keep on trucking and you've been busy In january this year you launched your website news break yes and that came about because i was alarmed quite frankly at the start of the year any people i was saying on social media and this was journalists from across the sector and not just broadcasters that i know people the i never met who seemed to be really quite despondent that we got into twenty twenty one and things hadn't changed from people i've spoken to over the last couple of months even though it was obvious that we weren't going to get into january and suddenly everything would be k. Again i think psychologically people thought that that would be the opportunity to maybe look full woods getting into a new year and yet because nothing did change. People started to think well. How much longer are we going to have to do this. How much longer are we going to be. Just bombarded with so much grim information that we have to process and imparts an audience in the clearest possible way that we can seemed endless. You've already seen a range of contributions from reporters at pale. See sky news and global radio. What's been the key takeaways of those pieces and some of the common messages is being amazing. Really how willing people have been to be completely honest and upfront about the experiences that they've had we've had a whole variety of experiences shed with us from people having to move home in the middle of a pandemic and going through personal tragedies like the loss of relatives at having to juggle that with the grenades that processing a work and having to strike some kind of balance and inevitably taking a huge toll on them. And we've also had people talking about the ways in which their day-to-day lives have changed work. You know we had somebody right for us in local radio who has been pretty much entirely working from home in a way that hadn't happened during the pandemic and yet there is still the responsibility on them pretty much. Is the soldier journalists for that local radio stations to provide listeners to that station with the same insight sign local knees into stronger balance between bringing people the information that needs to about corona virus. And everything that's going on. We're licensed the pandemic in their area but to find light shade to how he had taken great comfort for his own personal mental wellbeing. In seeking out the happy stories the quirky stories. The thing that people remember at the end of the knees. I think shown the there are so many different approaches to dealing with wellbeing to managing your own wellbeing. And there is no one-size-fits-all experience. Of course there is. Everybody stories is individual but the way the people have dealt with. I think has given something people who've read the articles on yeast break a little bit of an insight into again making them that they're not alone that they can be a route through even if things seem really difficult. Great to have talking about experiences isn't just writing into the void it's resonating and having that ripple effect as it were. Let's come onto your own experiences with mental health tom. What can you tell me about that so. I was diagnosed with health and cries. He some years ago evan. In a nutshell. It's basically what used to be called hypochondria. But i would suddenly develop a symptom of some salt. Be that Amal come my body or a strange sensation. In my chest you focus on it. It becomes something that you come ignore. The more you worry about it was the simpson becomes suddenly. That's the way you perceive it because the brain very cleverly is mimicking the simpson rav of actually being a sign of something serious. But you don't know that and because you have the status in your minds. The nagging doubtful sajida to adult show. You go have various tests the knees really and until you get results. That comeback clear it's negative than you can't rest up econ rest easy and that becomes sometimes. We'll encompassing it. Got so bad for me that i had to go into therapy because it was taking every waking soul when you're trying to do a job like mine as journalists with you gotta have your wits about you gotta have you full focus and i couldn't devote mine time line sometimes so the task in hand so i that something has to be done about it so i went through several courses of therapy and ended up taking medication. Which is she helped me a lot. It's not for everyone in my side. That everybody i speak about this but for me. It is certainly helped for me to get in control of the health anxiety. It's not a kid by any means. I think very few people who've experienced mental health problems that the kid somewhat like that but it certainly allows me to be in control of the rather than it being controlled mate.
'The King of Talk': Remembering Larry King
"Larry King has died. He was 87 in a career that spanned 60 years. Larry King interviewed just about everybody. Reporter Jeff Lunden has this appreciation. With his trademark suspenders and his deep baritone voice tinged with a Brooklyn accent. Larry King spoke with Presidents George Bush is our honored guest for the full hour. Next on Larry King Live World leaders Moammar Qaddafi. The leader of the nation of Libya, celebrities, the brilliant Barbra Streisand, authors, scientists, comedians, athletes and on and on and on. I'm always engrossed in the guest. Larry King spoke with Jesse Thorn on the turnaround podcast in 2017. I'm always listening to the answer. I'm always learning, So I guess I'm better every day at learning. The Brooklyn born King actually was an indifferent student, but said he always had an innate curiosity when we would go to dodge it. All my friends wanted autographs at the injury. I never asked for an autograph, but I would walk with the players is they're going to their cars asking questions. Why'd you bunt? Why they do this in the third inning. My curiosity is still insatiable. King began his career is a DJ in Miami, and it's where he got his name is well. When a station manager told him his given surname, Zeiger was too ethnic. He chose King from a liquor ad in a newspaper. By the late 19 seventies, King had an overnight talk show on national radio. Then the 1985 Ted Turner hired him for his new network, CNN. Media commentator and author. Bill Carter, who's a CNN contributor, says the timing was perfect. Picking up something like Larry King may love sense because he had Establish himself kind of as a guy who could get big guests. They could have big names and promoted and became sort of the linchpin of their prime time lineup, and King stayed there for 25 years. Some critics complained that he was too chummy with celebrities and lob softball questions. It is guests. His strategy was I'm never gonna make the guests uncomfortable. And that means not only will they come back, but they'll tell their friends. He won't ask you about that ugly divorce of yours. You know, he'll ask you about your favorite movie, so he didn't challenge people, But he did get information. He was pretty good at that, like when he talked with ex President Richard Nixon. Well, I don't want to dwell in the Watergate thing that's been covered so well. But some personal things when you drive by Those collections of buildings. The hotel the two apartment houses the office building, You feel weird, funny. No, I never give it a thought. Never given a thought. Never given a thought. That's one place where you just don't look back. As far as Watergate is. I know you don't look up at the buildings themselves. Not at all. Not a matter of fact, I've never been in the Watergate. Larry King famously didn't do a lot of preparation before his interviews, the less I know. Better Now, That sounds strange to people. Like If you wrote a book. I wouldn't read the book for interview do because I would then know too much about the book and I'm in the same boat as the audience. They haven't read the book, but King knew the national zeitgeist. He covered the first O. J. Simpson trial every night, says Bill Carter. He basically started the cable monomania move. We're going to just cover this story. That's it In a way. It was perfect for life because it was celebrity oriented. It was in the news, but it was not political. Ultimately, CNN canceled King show because it wasn't political competition from Fox and MSNBC took its toll on the ratings. But King was a survivor. He was married eight times and had Quinn couple bypass surgery after a massive heart attack, and King took his talk show to streaming video and kept on working for NPR news. I'm Jeff Lunden in New York.
"national public radio" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That's why I need to be were even from social distance. 10 FT. Apart. We can have some type of dialogue and I can point him in the right direction, hopefully Coach John Beam of the Laney College football team. In Oakland. Thank you so much. Thank you. I appreciate please stay safe. You're listening to morning edition on Ryan will be back in just a couple of minutes. With news headlines first, though Joe is here, and there's a problem on the signal. Great Joe. It's a big one, too. It's a sig alert crash, with the least two lanes blocked south, succeeding near the truck scales. And the backup is solid all the way before Highway 80 for almost two Koopman Road. Some other crashes just reported Richmond West 80. It McBride looks like the vehicles over to the Senate Divide. Berkeley 80 westbound at university. Another crash on the right side, although no back up there, and 80 West found in Vacaville, west of 505, another collision with a car that ran off the road into a ditch and hit a pole on the way. The backup is just developing their Joe McConnell fork. Wow. Getting to be busy. Okay, thanks, Joe. Traffic support comes from Lucky and Lucky California. Support for cake comes from I f P T eat local 21 essential workers in local 21 demonstrate the importance of public services. I Ieft local 21 serving the public champions for the community. The story of mental health of young people during the pandemic coming up in the next segment of Morning edition. First, though, news from National Public Radio the time is 6 30..
"national public radio" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You sure I can't go to cure it? She got fined for that two people got tickets for going to church. But if you want to loot Riot, vandalize commit arson. No problem. NPR National Public Radio did a segment justifying looting, say the case for looting Shawn. They're making excuses for this when it's going on for weeks on end, when no one has announced that when they've let it happened, then Donald Trump said, Hey, you need reinforcements to help your police agencies that have been run over. Oh, my God. Donald Trump is inciting them. I go by because there's they're sending reinforcements. What about the five weeks off non stop rioting That happened prior to those enforcement being reinforcements being sent. Is that also Donald Trump's fault, or you guys just full of garbage? You know, it's really sad. I don't know if you saw the front page of the Drudge Report. Oh, now your dad has to deny that he had a serious of strokes. You father tweeted that never ends. Now they're saying that your favorite president me went to Walter Reed Medical Center. Having suffered a Siri's of many strokes never happened in this candidate. Fake news. And that is how desperate there's a level of desperation. Now that has kicked in here, right? It's absolutely insane. I mean, that goes to show you. That's why it's so important for your listeners to hear this. You know, if you know people on the fence get liberal privilege because they're all of these stories is the Biden story. The Democrats are all of the things that if there was a mainstream media, this would be their obligation. Under their stated profession to talk, assist the line. Let the apparent in public no to inform them, but they refused to do it. So this book is really designed for those who are on the fence once they see it once they realize that Joe Biden is the ultimate swamp monster. He's been there for 50 years. By the way, 50 years hang on. It's called liberal privilege. Joe Biden and the Democrats defense of the indefensible. Just to finish the circle here. The president's doctor said No, not true Fake news. The president did not have any issues involving a stroke, mini stroke or any hard emergency, but that doesn't stop the mob. Liberal privileged Joe Biden and Democrats. Defense of the indefensible will continue on the other side More with Donald Trump Jr New book Out today, Hannity dot com amazon dot com Bookstores everywhere Hey, listen, Want to remind you.
"national public radio" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Medical compensation. Or whether they're sort of relegated to, you know, essentially a slow death and dealing with poverty. And and look, we should give a shout out here to Howard Berkus at National Public Radio, who's with whom you have worked and who you know, did stories if you've never heard a coal miner with black lung disease trying to breathe I recommend you go back and find some Howard stories. What is the current state of play about medical disclosure laws in the wake of this fight that John Klein and Gary Fox fought? What was really remarkable to me was that this small but scrappy coalition of people were able to win. Some remarkable reforms and companies today do have to disclose all of the evidence that that they yet and that has Actually led to a number of minors, winning their claims. You know, as a reporter, it's easy to become cynical, but This story, and what happened was truly inspiring to me, and it was really a privilege to get to tell it. Chris Hamby wrote the book. It's a great read. I got to tell you that it's called soul full of cold us The fight for breath and justice in Appalachia. Thanks a lot. I appreciate it. Thanks so much for having me on We've got an excerpt of Chris's book online about first time Gary Fox and John Klein met. As I said, It's a good read. You confined that excerpts at marketplace..
"national public radio" Discussed on All Things Techie
"What about Universities Adam? Are you going to open in September? So. Yeah I think university says they're who different by Yeah, we said. The University of James said the night will reopen. I think I think the September starts him. We are still going to be a blend of teaching so I. Think the beak. Activities it will still be online, but we're encouraging. Other students come back of. Have the university community A. Yet, the big sessions will be allying. There'll be a bit of a blend. Do live stuff. Utopia groups. We conducted distancing stuffing. Smaller rooms will still be run, but he I think like a lot of universities we solve. SII before the cast applications. Close what you'd be doing and I think. Most people just say you know it'd be a blend of teaching everything else I. don't joining in with us. I thought Joe was busy Joe is actually joining in with us. Oh, we have trouble. Joe. Busy on a call with the National Public Radio and our podcast wasn't important enough to to come on board, but your ear. They rescheduled for Thursday. I have to do my national present states dead. To let our listeners all aid on the secret JOE is gone. Is telling the whole of America pretty much? How is compass is GonNa Operate During Cove Nineteen? What are you guys going to be doing, too, are you? Are You all online? Are you going to have students from September? We are not all online regardless of what the press would like to say. We are majority online, but we have a number of. Courses that will still be held on campus. In some form or fashion but the students are coming back. We are encouraging people. Do you help? Do what you can remote just for safety sake, campuses, open or upgrading three hundred some spaces. We're already in a phase two, which is a little scary of our upgrades so but no, it's It's exciting were. Were will sleep at some point. I'm going to ask yourself Michelle like. Did you guys celebrate?.
"national public radio" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast
"That are the lectures actually other reported lectures and We've got like Howard Zinn talk as we see it. Vietnam sixty. Eight giving a giving a lecture on sort of like where we're at with the Vietnam more, you know that kind of thing that's just that's just that there's no host it's not realistic documentary. So it's a question. It's a question of just like what defines the documentary in the radio world and if that John Become something different or whether all nonfiction radio is innocence documentary. Yeah. This could be a whole other episode. You know it's interesting that That film theory is. That we can talk sto. So extensively about all the different sorts of documentaries and film and and we're struggling a bit with that. When we talk about radio, even the radio has existed longer. At Ano- then television and That's maybe that's actually think you've just spurned my next research project. Like. Now, I want to develop a taxonomy or a you know a tag taxonomy of genres and sub genres of radio. Documentaries. This is important work that that that you've been working on. Because I think that much of. Contemporary Person's perception of public radio or or shall we say public service radio to sort of expanded definition and take it away from its necessarily? It's funding routes is really so bound up with National Public Radio. which is great in many ways but also you know constraint in a lot of ways and you know we hear of course survivor and of course, you know talk a lot about community radio in college you as well as he's as he's parallel structure something which, of course, many our listeners are familiar with especially because many of them are listening. On Community College, Radio Stations and and I think this history you know and and especially the archives of the educational broadcasters print NPR that's really rich stuff and really important to come to light that there was that there was a conception of what public service radio could be and should be prior to it being nationalized really you know with with NPR..
Rush Limbaugh says he's been diagnosed with lung cancer
"Rush Limbaugh made the announcement on his show I have been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer he was reluctant to go public because I don't like making things about me but they're going to be days that I'm not gonna be able to be here the sixty nine year old who often boasted of talent on loan from god says that he considers his listeners to be part of a family type relationship he says he didn't begin noticing shortness of breath until mid January and that he plans to work as much as possible Limbaugh has hosted his conservative national radio show since nineteen eighty eight I'm Jackie Quinn
"national public radio" Discussed on KTRH
"The grass due to cross the great he kind of by Israeli yeah October and lays on the fact like I called his hand we will be as always and liberals SmackDown she the talk was jumbled resigned or was fired because of disagreements with the president right Mister producer I don't remember Bolton saying I resigned because of a quid pro quo involving Ukraine do you I don't remember that this is also sleazy there a lot of great conservative organizations out there doing some incredible work but I want to take a minute and talk to you about the MRC or as I like to call them America's media watchdog the great Brent Bozell is going to be here in the third hour we're gonna discuss national pubic radio I mean national public radio and the reporter for national public radio in the set up of Pompeii a now all kinds of miscreants you're coming to their defense for national public radio when you think of the MRC you should think of one thing truth for over thirty years the media research center has had one mission to provide reliable fact driven information about the media because the American people deserve the truth unfortunately we don't get the truth from the media today just look at their shameful coverage of the so called impeachment trial now the media cheerleaders will do anything to take down the president if you think about it they're the ones that started pushing for impeachment even before the president was inaugurated including on the day he was inaugurated the Washington post that's why the work of MRC is so bored they're the tip of the spear.
"national public radio" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The grass it across the discretion he kind of by is his belly a job really claimed he bombs over and lays on his back and just keep his legs I called his happy day the we'll be why not SmackDown the talk was to jumbled resigned or was fired because of disagreements with the president right Mister producer I don't remember Bolton saying I resigned because of a quid pro quo involving Ukraine do you I don't remember that this is all so sleazy there are a lot of great conservative organizations out there doing some incredible work but I want to take a minute and talk to you about the MRC or as I like to call them America's media watchdog the great Brent Bozell is going to be here in the third hour we're gonna discuss national pubic radio I mean national public radio and the reporter for national public radio in the set up of Pompeii a now all kinds of miscreants you're coming to their defense for national public radio when you think of the MRC you should think of one thing truth for over thirty years the media research center has had one mission to provide reliable fact driven information about the media because the American people deserve the truth unfortunately we don't get the truth from the media today just look at their shameful coverage of the so called impeachment trial now the media cheerleaders will do anything to take down the president if you think about it they're the ones that started pushing for impeachment even before the president was inaugurated including on the day he was inaugurated the Washington post that's why the work of MRC is so important they're the tip of the spear.
"national public radio" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Guy running wondering you guys are also doing amazing work in innovating as well so thank you very much what do you wouldn't always on a big cellphone junkie so once I heard or I still might leave a promo for NPR's live feed I will not radical at least injured shows of our parents enough money but hello Evert zero was very taken by one of our how to sleep better what is your favorite subject matter I have to say I love the personal finance ones because they make me feel like I'm doing the right stuff so I'm like alright we're good they were very validating but there is the whole point of life is that they're supposed to be something for everybody right and so some of the topics well be very broad and the relevant to everybody and some of them will only be relevant to people who are looking for a very specific topic whether it's caring for aging parents or parenting or saving for college or even how to guide on like how to make the most out of college that's probably only gonna be relevant for people who are currently in college no it be our house always be known for quality news and information on documentaries how do the the getting into service space and self help come about well I think a lot of wind here does at its core is service journalism our founding guiding principles but built the ring road our our first director of programming at NPR said a national public radio.
"national public radio" Discussed on KCRW
"And running before the twenty twenty eight summer Olympics gonna be on the quality side today highs in the upper fifties to mid sixties pretty much the same tomorrow chance of showers tomorrow night and those showers could stick around on and off throughout the weekend I'm sherry Glaser knowledge role compost and morning becomes eclectic good morning rolled good morning sherry how are you I'm doing okay activity in that studio next door it's a busy week for you guys yes angel Olsen is here with us today so excited for morning becomes eclectic following the news headlines from NPR and I'm glad you survived yesterday we also have a challenging morning but a glad to see you smiling and bright eyed and bushy tailed and yes morning becomes eclectic right after the news from national public radio live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laxmi saying the democratic majority in the U. S. house is moving forward with drafting articles of impeachment against president Donald Trump and the Republican minority is fiercely pro testing we turn first and peers Kelsey snow who reports house speaker Nancy Pelosi has announced the chamber will act on an investigations conclusion the president trump leverage military aid to get Ukraine a foreign government to investigate a trumps one of trump's political rivals there by interfering in the U. S. selection process Lucy says she made the decision to begin the official process of drafting the impeachment articles based on the facts revealed in testimony before house committees and without political consideration this has absolutely nothing to do with politics isn't about politics partisanship Democrats and Republicans it's totally insignificant it's about the constitution of the United States hello he says the aha moment for the country on impeachment was when the intelligence inspector general flag to report of grave concern about trump's actions with regard to Ukraine the house Judiciary Committee is slated to hold their next hearing on impeachment on Monday Kelsey smell and PR news the capitol in his rebuttal house minority leader Kevin McCarthy says the Democrats decision to act before year's end is too fast and potentially damaging today with the speaker announcement she has weakened this nation trump is on the verge of becoming only the third president in U. S. history to be formally impeached the US court of appeals in Atlanta is heard arguments about whether Florida school district should be forced to let students use a bathroom that matches their gender identity amber heard of member station W. A. B. E. reports the eventual ruling could have major implications for transgender students it all started with a transgender boy true Adams who wanted to use the boy's restroom at his high school near Jacksonville Florida his school district refused Adam sued for discrimination and won the school district is appealing that ruling in federal court this new decision would apply to Georgia Florida and Alabama and could pave the way for the issue to reach the Supreme Court and other federal appeals court ruled in favor of a Virginia transgender student in twenty sixteen but the Supreme Court sent it back for more consideration that was because the trump administration canceled in Obama era directive that transgender students can use the bathroom that matches their gender identities for NPR news I've never heard in Atlanta president of the international Olympic committee is pledging to respect the sanctions imposed against Russia for doping the world anti doping agency is advising that Russia's athletes be barred from hosting major sports events for four years among other sanctions today the head of the I. O. C. reaffirms the Olympic body is required to observe the sanctions however the decision reportedly does not prevent Russia from hosting soccer games at the twenty twenty European championship for the twenty twenty.
Nationals one win from World Series after pummeling Cardinals
"National League Championship Series game number three everything clicking for the Washington nationals two one three high drive to right center field well this looking up at the season makes the jaguar on the nationals radio network another home run for the nationals and another win for Washington they beat the cardinals to one Stephen Strasburg walls electric seven innings and seven it's no earned runs and twelve strikeouts nationals now have a commanding three oh series
Republican challenging Trump says he lost his radio show
"So this former congressman in talk radio host Joe Walsh from it's got a primary Donald Trump says he doesn't know how many of this works well well he has demonstrated he has demonstrated that he doesn't know how any of this work as we were talking about this yesterday you know you you you just kind of assume right now that there are people who are getting into this fight with the Republican Party people who have been conservatives in the past were getting into this fight right now with the president in order to somehow increase their profile and in order to turn this into a new career or at least extend their current career now this guy's a talk radio host obviously going out and and as a conservative talk radio host going out and saying I'm gonna run for president against Donald Trump well that's not gonna help your radio show eight we think it could parlay that into a different career later on who knows but he seemed surprised to find out when he was on CNN last night that he's already had some professional consequences as far as his radio show is concerned Hey I just found out that I lost my national radio show so so that's gone but I figured that might happen John the loss of life I don't know why I just got a notice from high noon in the studio okay stop I know why why you're running for president all fees because rose like it myself dude you're not congressperson you don't get the leave the gig to go run and you gotta show up every day now if you're running for president your job now
"national public radio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"I've never been invited on National Public Radio to talk about my book. I'm not jealous. I'm just pointing it out. I don't wanna I don't even think they should exist. I'm just saying, where's my invite? Oh. Some Palley group paley foundation Pelly committee. Yeah. The Pelley committee for the freedom what now they're having event in New York. I believe it's late summer early fall, it was actually quite curious. And even intrigued by this is, then I read who's going to be on the panel, among other things media matters. I said, that's not a media group. They're trying to destroy FOX and destroy hosts on radio. And on. Why would I sit down with these, these poisonous snakes with this criminal front group? So Michael Wolff on NPR today, cut eleven go. What do people who have spent a lot of time close to the president think of him. They think she is violent mood a Chris ludicrous, ludicrous. What do you mean by that word? I mean, there's no logic for what he does. There's no way to intimidate what he's going to do often. What he ends up doing defies logic defies. Everybody's expectations defies explanation. This guy's an idiot. Absolute. Idiot. Yes. Logic. What he does is that the way it seems to you folks. There's no way. What are you going to do often, what he ends up doing defy flaw defies? Everyone's like the FIS Alexa, the fi. You notice that. And what a questioner Stephen Inskeep NPR. Wow. What let's start. This is how to conduct an interview. Let's start at the beginning cut eleven go. What do people who have spent a lot of time close to the president think of him now? Everybody knows this guy's a fraud. And everybody knows this book is full of fiction and yet NPR brings them on me. They attack with a hack from the New York Times, we've unraveled her. But that's not the point they give this guy government paid for government, subsidized anytime. Because they want to this is what the media do. They brought on the, the professor president is on. One day we ever talked. Observed them from a foreign, I can tell you, my extraordinary expertise in talent that there's something he's something wrong encourage people to trigger the twenty fifth amendment. She was all over the place. Professor goodness, professor professor. Secca porn star. She said I don't even know she's a point star to porn actress. Stormy daniels. Has a porn actress ever received so much mainstream media attention. No. Why? Why? Because it's about destroying Michael avenue. I take the lowest of low lives. There is even stormy Daniels thinks he's a low life. I mean, what does that tell you? He even stole from a porn actress. What does that tell you? Yes. He was performing for the porn actress, in many ways has a fraud. Lawyer. This guy would be a good president. They say over at CNN. Tough tough one. He really would he'd be an credit. MSNBC come on today. Come on today. We want you on this show. Chris, sean. Four days four times a day, come I come on your sickening. And now we have again, Michael wolford's second per second round. The question Stevens, keep should have been aren't you a serial liar, heaven. You made millions lying Americans. He said, I'm not sure Trish reporter, you know, that's for sure. What are you don't have to have sources backed up the way they do? Don't worry. They don't either. They don't either. I'll be right back..
"national public radio" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Did during the holocaust in the face of the Third Reich. Would you self-censor information? To try and position yourself as a universal newspaper carrying water for FDR, who wanted to kind of tamp down the information. Is that what we want from a free press? And they did it twice. Ten years before that. To the Ukrainians same damn thing. And this clown who works for this government subsidized left wing propaganda machine called National Public Radio when we have Faouzi thousands of radio stations subsidized by you and me. When we watch PBS go on the air and sell Mogs, and floor mats and DVD's they look down at you and me. They look down at you and me. They are disgrace. And absolute disgrace. National Public Radio and anal. Lisa quinn. And over there at the Washington Post Philip bump. Great job, Philip bump in covering the police state tactics of the Obama administration. Which did in fact interfere with the last election. Somehow they all scape charges somehow they've all escaped.
Stephen Strasburg becomes fastest ever to get to 1,500 strikeouts
"Stephen Strasburg with a strikeout of the coda. Hudson looking is eight to the game was also the one thousand five hundred strike out of his career. Stephen Strasburg in one thousand seventy two and a third innings. Becomes the fastest sports bureau. Joe reach one thousand five hundred strikeouts in major league history. There you heard it Nasr hurt a national radio network. He leads impasse. The cardinals to two one is
"national public radio" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"I don't hear any labor placed on National Public Radio here marketplace, and it is a market as you're saying if you minutes ago, the appraisal value includes the appraisal of human beings, and we're told that the rich are great it's glorious to be rich or what about the rest of us Brown Monroe when we lost jet and ebony we lost heart used to be a whole then now. Lab we have known a broadcaster Jack Robson his family if you will sugar child Robinson on that coal a whole range of people that we would just never have known. Sure that use them a dick Hatcher. Call smokes. Close that gap. Now, brian. I. Our conversation along that was economics was the fact that both the money to sustain businesses of of ebony and jet publishing all the businesses as well. As in this way comes into play in Reverend. I know you had a big in is the capital to make it through. He doesn't stand. Ten years were really really devastating for the media business in general for newspapers to work for the vice president of a big newspaper group called Knight Ridder that no longer exists. Vice president for ebony jet no longer exists themes or around, but we'll see about that. But you know, in all those cases is lives. Vast president business is over there. But particularly in our Armenia organizations, the accident to the capital that we need to stain. The down is not, you know, there are many other in radio, and there's not much television. But certainly imprint where if we didn't if we don't have the hundreds of thousands of millions of dollars sitting in the Bank or access to that capital to pick through the lean days. We're gonna see more of what has happened to you know, trying to force Biton. The point is that some.
"national public radio" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Killing flav on and American violence. Deep south radical. Brent Watkins Rimma push bit. Magnetic rain will push independent and welcome back bidding. Thank you, very much trevy nominee, mashed cushion. What's your take on the media today in this in this environment? Outlined it see political economic labor and media power with media anchoring that. It's just such a drive for profits. And they're driving democracy in the ground. You know, I think of it as news the hold up a mere to America. And it's a distorted media because it's all about this effort to hijack the airwaves ring as much profit out of it. And the public be damned, and you know, in this political environment people are suffering, partly as a result of this media control. And I think we have to pull back that curtain expose who is behind that girton. And why it is Wall Street is the dry for profits, and it is causing so much suffering around our country. It's got so many impacts, and we have to organize challenge not only control from the corporate. Corporations, but also strengthen our independent media. So that we can fight back on the given Sunday. How many labor leaders you see on television talk shows? In the I can't bring on CNN. Is you can't break on them talking his rapid intrepid everyday. About zero zero voices of Lieber of working people want to be working people advocates for children, those who are retired those who on sixth income. They're almost invisible. And incidentally, I think we should say it applies to so much so-called public radio. It's commercialized by what the euphemize as okay, we're doing commercial underwriting that we call something else. But that's down to those who pay the piper or calling a very distorted tune. I don't hear any labor placed on National Public Radio here marketplace, and it is a market as you're saying if you minutes ago, the appraisal.
"national public radio" Discussed on KCRW
"Headlines up next from National Public Radio. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone attorney general William bar has now released to congress a summary of highlights from the twenty two month long investigation of Russian tampering with the two thousand sixteen presidential election. National security editor Phil Ewing has started to look at the attorney general summary of highlights from the special counsel's report, Phil what are you saying? Well, what we have is a four-page letter from the attorney general Mr. bar to the leaders of the house and Senate Judiciary committee's not the full report prepared by special counsel, Robert Muller. But there's a lot of important information in this summary, for example, it breaks down the Russian interference that took place in two thousand sixteen into the US presidential election. It breaks down whether or not anyone in the Trump campaign was involved with conspiring with that influence and the answer that question here is no it says the report states the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election in. Interference activities. The third portion of this report is about the question of whether the president obstructed Justice when the investigations into this interference began the special counsel states, quote, while this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime it also does not exonerate him. And a lot of these decisions about lawbreaking were left up to the attorney general and his deputy. They write that. They've concluded. No crime was committed. So the original announcement from the office of special counsel, Robert Muller stated that no further indictments would be forthcoming from Muller's investigation. But based on what you've just said and practical terms, what does that mean what it means is the people involved with this case probably can feel safe that the special counsel has not recommended any charges against them. And there's another important factor here. The bar letter says nor did the special counsel obtained any sealed indictments that have yet to be made public. In other words, there's no secret case, according to this that remains outstanding against people in the Trump campaign or Trump's. Family. We should be clear. There are other investigations taking place by prosecutors in Washington DC in Virginia New York City that could mean charges about matters that came to light during the special counsel probe. But this according to bar means that Muller is finished in terms of bringing his own prosecutions members of congress on both sides of the aisle had said that a summary of highlights is just not going to cut it. What's next? Well, what's next is the attorney general says in his letter he's going to identify all this material that was filed by the special counsel's office and go through it to see what he can release to congress and the public a great deal of it. According to him is grand jury material it involves investigations by the FBI, foreign intelligence, etc. And so whatever we see will be partly redacted most likely. Thank you NPR's, Phil Ewing, repeating our top story. Turney journal bar has now released a summary of highlights from the twenty two month long investigation of Russian tampering with the two thousand sixteen presidential election. This is NPR news. Washington. Canadian researchers have announced the discovery of the world's biggest and oldest haram stores. Rex skeleton uncovered in Saskatchewan, Dan carbon. Check reports the dinosaur. Skeleton was actually founded in ninety one but the announcing the discovery was put on hold for more than two decades because it took that long to remove the sandstone encasing the bones. Paleontologist, named the T Rex Scotty for the celebratory bottle of scotch whisky. They shared the ninety was discovered. Scotty was more than forty feet long and weighed more than nineteen thousand pounds, which is almost nine hundred pounds heavier than any of its counterparts. Researchers also say yet a violent life they found scarred bones suggesting large injuries, including broken ribs and infected jaw an impacted tooth and a bite on his tail the t Rex skeleton will eventually be on display at Regina royals has. Gotcha and museum for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter in Toronto at the box office this weekend us over to captain marvel as the number one draw..
"national public radio" Discussed on Car Talk
"Support for this podcast and following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast. Hello and welcome to car talk from National Public Radio with us clicking Clack. The tap it brothers. And we're broadcasting this week department of free and slips here at car talk plaza. I bought my wife, a Freudian. With the match. No, well, listen, I had to mention this. Because this this was a rebound effect. Freudian slip on the part of on the part of my brother. Yeah. Just a few days ago. I was reading my teeth piece of hate mail about the puzzle and its various inadequacies. Yeah. You know, people were be rating, the just the lack of creativity in a magic nation, and there I was feeling kind of more Rosen sad and ready to give up the puzzle not express this to my brother that I was really depressed that I really wasn't doing the job with the puzzle anymore. And he says to me. Yeah. Yo you don't remember have no idea what you're talking about. This is alternate. Freudian slip says to me keep your chins up. Now, I know I've had a few too many kill bus bombs off the coffee truck. Keep your chins up. The discography UC who forgotten. It's a true. Freudian slip. You Senate and you forgot it did your chins up. Right. All right. I said that you did you did. And. All right. All right Ellie. Where were we when this? I have no recollection. We're in the green room preparing for the show. And there was either I was reading all my mail seeing on the detract, but another person age the puzzle because I'm a moron. She saw me up. I keep you keep your chins up. Right..
"national public radio" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The green new deal. Boy is this thing evolving really evolved as we went throughout the day. In fact, she had a bowl the the the six page of whatever you call it the six page deal off of her a website because on one interview she was talking about the fact that it doesn't get rid of nuclear power. But in the actual fact sheet it says, yes, the goal is to get rid of nuclear power within within ten years. So there were so many mistakes she had to pull it off. We both noticed that in the beginning of the day when she talked to National Public Radio when they said, we'll won't this mean massive government intervention into our lives. She said absolutely because the private sector. It hasn't worked for the last forty years will by the end of the day. She was telling MSNBC's Chuck Todd quote. She said, I think one way that the right? Does try to mischaracterize what we're trying to do as though it's like some kind of massive government takeover. Obviously, it's not that. Because what we're trying to do is release the investments from the federal government to mobilize those resources across the country. What did she say? They're nothing nothing. And in the in the in the NPR NPR interviews, you mentioned, Gary they were they ask the interviewer asking about, you know, another lawmaker talking about massive government intervention saying, you know, are are you on board? Are are you prepared to put on that table that quote? Yes, actually there, right? What this requires is massive government invention that intervention that is the question here because the interviewer was quoting from another lawmaker and her quote her response to him. It does it does. Yeah. I have no problem saying that later on and our readers directly later on in the day and interview with MSNBC's Chuck Todd against their Cortez blamed conservative. I suggesting that she wanted a massive government program. I think one way that the right does try to mischaracterize what we're doing as though the by the way is oh it's like some and the like is quote, it's like some kind of massive government takeover. Obviously. It's not that. Because what we're trying to do is released the investments from the federal government to mobilize those resources across the country. And that statement means nothing. What does that mean? Now, of course, the only way you can do this is what? The only way you can do it as a massive government takeover and massive government regulations. Because she's in the NPR issue follows up, and she says why because we have tried their approach there right being private sector for forty years for forty years. We tried to let the private sector take care of this. Look what she's saying mobilize resources. But you're saying the private sector hasn't done it. Let's she as we have said we. In a way, you we feel like we've been put in a position that somebody has come to us and said, look, the elementary school has done a wish list of what they wish the world to be like, and we know that you as an adult disagree with them. We have a debate with them. And of course, we would say no because we would feel embarrassed to debate any elementary school person any young person in elementary school because we know that they don't have the knowledge to debate. The difference though is these are adults. With a childlike mindset. With complete ignorance how anything in the world works total and complete ignorance and by the way throughout the show today. The only thing that we've gotten the only response we've got from Democrats on this. And by the way, I know salt was pretty quiet and social media not a lot of defense of the specifics for her at all none. And she was all over the place to the point having to pull it off of her website yesterday because of the the the many guests they can't even get that can't even get that straight. Right. The only thing that we've received from Democrats are who makes you guys qualified to say that what she puts in there doesn't work. Do you have science and engineering experience? Yes, we do. And and the question would be the she science and because she's the one proposing the idea, right? The way we can easily debate with our science and engineering expertise. Can she explain it is the point? She can't even we just love it. Democrats are mad at us for Saint. Can she explain it? Well. You guys debate her. She can't debate herself. She doesn't look at what I want to know is. Does does. She agreed does the Chuck Todd version of a Chuck Todd interview version of ocasio Cortes, disagree with the NPR interview version of ocasio Cortez. Because clearly they don't I mean, they on one major the major issue of government intervention. There in the morning. She's saying one thing and in the afternoon, she's saying something totally different. And I wanna make it clear that when I say, we're dealing with the child's mindset that is not done to demean her in any way. Now, we'll do that in the next segment. But now, it isn't it's not because she's not doing one aboard beret, your tacking. You're you're attacking her idea of a woman nowhere attacking the idea. The idea is nuts. It's absolutely insane. Which she is proposing Senator Markey's aboard on it. You have every and and the the problem is with this. You have an entire political party that has lining up behind this philosophy. You have every single democrat that has announced interest in running for the presidency in two thousand twenty backing her plan. Yeah. This is insane. And the only way you get here is what is was a cashier Cortez's opinion yesterday morning not yesterday afternoon. Yeah. Which of course, yesterday morning is the truth when she was on NPR, the only way you get society to change like this is massive government intervention and takeover of industries. There's no other way you can get to it was impossible. Right. Because and at at at that point you start you're going to have to change property rights issue what you would have to confiscate outlaw essentially the use of old vehicles. And even let's say, even if you don't confiscate them. Let's say we don't change the constitution, you just outlawed altogether. That's it would be required to that level. You could not do this without outlawing everything she's talking about that as bad. We I got an Email earlier somebody saying, well, wait a minute. She said, we only have twelve years left. A this is going to take ten years. Don't you need to start this today? Right. I mean everything today. I mean every day you can't wait to do it. Well, the only thing is she admitted that she lied about the twelve years, but her line is justified because she believes she's morally correct and getting everything wrong in having contradict three opinions. Not only on what we just brought up to you as how she would do this. The government would do it. But actually, the little substance or lack of substance in the actual document that she had a pull off her website. She doesn't even know where she stands. She is. She is to me. An example of a parody. Of the ignorance. Of the modern day millennial because we know al-manial aren't as ignorant as she is. But she is completely ignorant. She has no knowledge how anything works across the board. Eric and I both did realize yesterday. She's starting to use bigger words, though. Yes, you didn't notice that. And you look at the the the interview and NPR and the. It's interesting because she goes on to talk about you know, after she mentions the whole thing about the private sector hasn't been able to get it done in forty years. And she says, you know, except for the fact that there's you know, and and talking about what the private sector was claiming. She says except for the fact that there's a little thing an economics called externalities. Somebody's learned a word somebody's. And then she goes on to talk about corporations dumping pollution into rivers. Nope. That's separate. We're talking about greenhouse gases. Yes. Pollution is something that you can measure greenhouse gases was something that came about politically and put into. Policy. I we can measure the the pollutants in the air. Whether it's particular matter that's in the air or anything, that's any kind of chemical or something that doesn't belong in water. But that's where again, you know. She's she's kind of having to dance around all the questions, in fact, even the how you pay for it. She started using the other new word that she's learned expenditures in like two sentences. She used it four times and she's talking about. Yeah. I think this is a quote. Yeah. I think the first move we need to do is kind of break the mistaken idea that taxes pay for one hundred percent of government expenditure. Then she goes into. And then she says, it's just not how government expenditure works we can recoup costs. But oftentimes you look at for example, the GOP tax cut, which I think was here responsible use of government expenditure, but government projects are often financed by a combination of taxes deficit spending borrow borrow borrow borrow which has repaid back by the taxpayer and other kinds of investment, you know, bonds and so on so then the interviewer this is NPR not Fox News. Well, I get that. But deficit spending is borrowing money that has to be paid back eventually through taxes, and she response. Yeah. And I think I think that is always the crux of it. So she's back to contradicting herself from just she disagreed with her from her original statement, she's dancing all over the place. And the reason she is because she's absolutely clueless. She knows nothing about the entire process. Whether it's government or or energy or economies she's clueless. Just just a, you know in case, you don't know what's in the the the green deal that they in the green new deal that was announced yesterday that the democratic presidential candidates that we know of so far all four federalists dot com. Laid it all out very quickly would ban affordable energy would call for the elimination of all fossil fuel energy production. It would eliminate nuclear energy in the morning. That's what it would do. We don't know by the by the afternoon, whether she still wants to eliminate nuclear energy, or whether she has changed her mind on that one. And when they come back from a commercial break during the interview, she also might have changed yet. But we, but we do know that the it will from what we know from the original document that we have here. We don't have a new document. We don't have it yet. But the original document which could change maybe five or six times today, roughly eighty five percent of the consistent energy that electric. How electric energy is produced in the United States. She would want gone in ten years. We have no idea what she would replace it with because as we know both w- fossil fuels coal oil, natural gas all gone and a ton of electricity would be needed for all the electric cars because she would eliminate ninety nine percent of vehicles. The authors state that they would replace every combustion engine vehicle trucks, airplanes boats and ninety nine percent of cars within ten years charging stations for electric vehicles will.
"national public radio" Discussed on KCRW
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Padres, Larry Ridley and Senegal discussed on
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Nike withdraws Iran World Cup squad's supply of boots due to sanctions
"Fifteen c fighter jet from katrina airbase crashed into the sea south of okinawa japan early monday morning local time defense officials say the pilot ejected and was later rescued the sixth noncombat crash for the air force this year former president george h w bush turning ninety four tuesday years past the forty first president had celebrated his birthday by skydiving he had this message on his eightieth birthday down do something you don't want to do a parachute jump do some else this year president bush has been reflecting on the life of former first lady barbara bush who would have been ninetythree last week on her birthday the former president tweeted it's late wife she loved helping others and did so with the joyful heart knowing there are so many out there who share her passion pushed away in our hearts in washington rachel sutherland fox news the trump administration's withdrawal from the international nuclear agreement with iran is having an impact for the world cup much of the world is ready for soccer's biggest stage but one team is looking for a shoe deal due to economic sanctions and penalties for companies doing business with iran usbased nike will not be providing cleats to the team from the islamic republic the national radio at american council is disappointed and says politics should not be dragged into international sporting events even though team iran boycotts matches with israel individual player sponsorships and teams choosing to buy their own cleats are not affected by the sanctions iran's first group b match comes against morocco in saint petersburg russia on friday germanbased adidas is providing uniforms to the team at deep discounts.
Houston Astros cut suspended ex-prospect Jon Singleton
"Charlie slows on the nationals radio network with that call and i told josh in the scoreboard podcasts that home run he hit last night opposite field in what is generally speaking pitchers pork in washington it reminded me that home run that rafeal denver's hit off a roll this chapman last year in terms of where it was now oppressive it was for rookie to hit a ball that far to that part of the park jerry yes when one thousand nine hundred ninety eight i mean does that how will does that make you feel good nece that makes josh ville old and it's true even even not that far from josh but still it's but looked kids signed for one and a half million dollars as an international free agent so they knew he could head and you know i i love victim blows to i think those two kids if they lose bryce harper you know that's the that's the future in washington and to very impressive i would feel bad he just don't get a couple of kids that talented in one system so you know they're gonna go through a potentially big transition of if rice leaves but they have some kids on the way who were going to be fun to watch all right to quick ones for you and a couple of minutes first jonathan singleton cut by the houston astros he's had some some personal issues they dealt with these has a couple of baseball suspensions and you tweeted out last night reminding people that at the time that he signed a ten million dollar deal is very young player with the astros a lot of criticism from other folks in the union including bud norris mark moulder i felt like the time we talked about it the on the podcast about how you know what.
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney- ESPN - April 3rd 2018
"He's in safe to run double for jet lowry three one oakland lead that from ninety five point seven the game andrew triggs five innings one run oakland beats texas three to one the blue jays and the white sox josh donaldson went deep the to hear the air for right field dr c disappearing into the corner and donaldson has josh donaldson person i season is it opposite field shot that locks this game one one sports at five ninety the fan of russell morton got a big hit martin with a drive to feel has he got it is late in a magic fright sick in court for auto and toronto wins the game forty two how about bryce harper couple of home runs on sunday someone who's yelling overrated at him he answered that and he continued his hot streak on monday and the pitch swung on belted a centerfield crt back the warning track at that is god god goodbye up three run blast for price harper bang zoom goes harper is third home run of the last two games it's now the nationals five and the braves nothing charlie slows on the nationals radio network the nationals beat the braves eight to one bryce harper so far this season five for twelve three homers six walks zero strikeouts dave schoenfield wrote an article on espn dot com which suggests that bryce harper now might be positioned for four hundred million dollar deal i'll be asking about that if you love fantasy baseball then you need to try my new favorite app draft it's daily fantasy baseball but not like the other guys on draft you play live snake drafts with other people just like in your season long league drafts lasts for just one night and when you're done drafting that's it.