18 Burst results for "Neil Kinnock"
"neil kinnock" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Today's news years Dr Sebastian Gorka. we are waiting for commission Morgan to cold and the big announcements expected out of the White House today and the H. as with regards to immigration he is down I think he's down at the war which who is exactly what will be asking about him as soon as he gets on the line in the meantime it is constitution day but also it's an anniversary it is can somebody's fact check this for me Eric to somebody is it really did did Joe Biden run for president. two years ago is that possible because today is the thirty second anniversary of Joe Biden getting busted for one of the most embarrassing instances of plagiarism in Martin politics just modern American politics Martin politics out you you put it on this guy this a Welshman cold Neil Kinnock who used to run the labor party so the the left wing party in the U. K. you've got the Tories the conservatives in the labor party Kinnock who actually live very close to where I live in London he used to run the labor party and he gave a speech and Joe Biden when who's running for president thirty two years ago. literally lifted. passage by passage from a Neil Kinnock speech word for word and we have the audio to celebrate the thirty second anniversary of Biden getting busted listen to what Biden says of these a personal stories about his family and mine being and blah blah blah but he stole the ball from Mayo Clinic and you will hear off the each line you will hear Neil Kinnock giving the original speech in his Welsh lilt so this is Joe Biden and Neal Kinnick being busted for plagiarism Cup full why is my wife.
"neil kinnock" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Today's news here's doctors that bastion Gorka. we are waiting for commission Morgan to cold and the big announcements expected out of the White House today and the H. us with regards to immigration he is down I think he's down at the war which who is exactly what will be asking about him as soon as he gets on the line in the meantime it is constitution day but also it's an anniversary it is. somebody's fact check this for me Eric to somebody is it really did did Joe Biden run for president. two years ago is it possible because today is the thirty second anniversary of Joe Biden getting busted for one of the most embarrassing instances of plagiarism in Martin politics just a modern American politics Martin politics out you don't know this guy this a Welshman cold Neil Kinnock who used to run the labor party so the the left wing party in the U. K. you've got the Tories the conservatives in the labor party Kinnock who actually live very close to where I live in London he used to run the labor party and he gave a speech and Joe Biden when who's running for president thirty two years ago. literally lifted. passage by passage from a Neil Kinnock speech word for word and we have the audio to celebrate the thirty second anniversary of Biden getting busted listen to what Biden says of these a personal stories about his family and mine being and blah blah blah but he stole the ball from Neil Kinnock and you will hear off the each line you will hear Neil Kinnock giving the original speech in his Welsh lilt so this is Joe Biden and Neil Kinnock being busted for plagiarism Cup full why.
"neil kinnock" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"These good things of the trump reelection capital braced thirty million dollars in the first three months of this year what's in there what perspective Bernice fourteen million the NC basically broke the Hugh Hewitt show weekday mornings at three and the answer San Diego. today's news years doctors for past Gorka. we are waiting for commission mold them to call and the big announcements expected out of the White House today in DHS with regards to immigration he is down I think he's down at the war which who is exactly what will be asking about him as soon as he gets on the line in the meantime it is constitution day but also it's an anniversary it is. somebody's fact check this for me Eric to somebody is it really did did Joe Biden run for president. thirty two years ago is that possible because today is the thirty second anniversary of Joe Biden getting busted for one of the most embarrassing instances of plagiarism in Martin politics just modern American politics Martin politics I you you probably don't know this guy this a Welshman cold Neil Kinnock who used to run the labor party so the the left wing party in the U. K. you've got the Tories the conservatives in the labor party Kinnock who actually lived very close to where I live in London he used to run the labor party and he gave a speech and Joe Biden when he was running for president thirty two years ago. live truly lifted. passage by passage from a Neil Kinnock speech word for word and we have the audio to celebrate the thirty second anniversary of Biden getting busted listen to what Biden says of these a personal stories about his family and mine being and blah blah blah but he stole the mold for Neil Kinnock and you will hear off the each line you will hear Neil Kinnock giving the original speech in his Welsh lilt so this is Joe Biden and Neil Kinnock being busted for plagiarism Cup full why.
"neil kinnock" Discussed on Channel 33
"I mean is, as we see him like, just limping really poorly through his, you know, the, the first kind of controversy and his campaign with his, you know, a unwanted touching various people along the way. But this is an on a on a much more intellectual level this heels like the unforgivable sin because this is a problem that he could have fixed. Right. If you're not if you can't run a campaign effectively enough to, to at least disguise, what has long been proceed. And to be your greatest sin your biggest flaw than like how on earth, did, we expect you to be able to run a government like him, borrowing from Neil Kinnock is not a problem like this is not a life changing for this is not even a problem. Nearly on the scale with his you know with with accusations that have been made made against him on the campaign trail in public appearances and stuff. But from just from, from, from a just like I said, an intellectual point of view. It's really hard to get past. This is the biggest knock on you. Like you've gotta be you have to like, if you don't go in saying, there will be no no whiff of plagiarism anywhere involved in this campaign. And if there is the person responsible will be frogmarch out of the campaign headquarters at that moment, you know, like, if you're not dealing with it without a level of seriousness than, like, how are you running everything else? Yeah, I, I agree. It's not the plagiarism itself, right? Joe Biden, not a journalist and a glazing obviously didn't have anything to do with this. I mean, this is not like the like whatever like the idea sheets on your campaign. Website. I mean that's just like some functionary doing that. But they can't have this problem. Yeah. Glaciers notes that policy shops, and advocacy groups, actually wants you to adopt their ideas like the dream is for to adopt their ideas. And if they get the use of specific language, all the better. It's just it's a it's a kind of a problem of footnotes there, and Joe Biden is John journalist etcetera etcetera. But you're right. It keeps happening. Nothing about his camp, nothing, but his relatively small and relatively new campaign has been smooth. And you know, why isn't why don't we look at this and think a Joe Biden presidency would be, you know, lots of small fires happening every day. I get, you know, it just I mean, you know, the, the, the Trump campaign showed that the Trump was a pretty good preview of the Trump presidency in terms of functionality. Right. It was not. I mean, it's that was that was a controversy a day, a crazy. Thing, a day people who aren't qualified running it, and thus the Trump presidency. But the Biden, the Biden thing seems like in very different terms to be a pretty effective preview in the same way. Yeah. I think so. I think so I think that I think that a lot of liberals would find it hard to go back through all the Knox they've met head against the Trump White House and the Trump campaign before and not be able to relate some of those critiques to with Biden is going through right now the official response from his campaign to the first set of plagiarism charges was voters know Joe Biden, and I feel that, that is going to be the ultimate talisman that they hold up whenever he does something like this voters. No, this man, they know they know Joe Biden E L, there may be plagiarism on his website, but they know Joe Biden, he may he may miss speak. He may, you know, be having a really limited schedule. He may be doing this. He may be well to the right of a lot of his opponents voters know Joe, bud. That is the whole cell of this campaign. There is nothing. There are some essence some no ability about Joe Biden, that literally nothing you see. Can possibly distract from? That's the bet they're making it really is. And we will see how that holds up. Yeah. I mean, I think that's one of the I mean, it's we're talking about no ability. This is the most like unknowable thing possible. I mean, I guess there's some echoes to the proclamations were making about the Trump campaign and that which which bore out to be true, right? That he was speaking to a swath of American voter voting public..
"neil kinnock" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Biden, buckles reversing his position on the Hyde amendment of facing intense backlash from within his party. And he says, if I believe healthcare is a right, then I what about the life, do you think? Life is a right. Do you think people have a again? It does say it in the declaration of independence. It's called the order of rights, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness in that order. Life is listed number one. So you, if you don't have life, you don't have health so leaving Healthcare's, right? Life is this guy's already sinking like the proverbial rock the stumbled on the same issue that helps sink them in nineteen Eighty-eight plagiarism. He put out his climate change his version of the green new deal, blah, blah, blah the other day. And it was apparently ripped off from somebody else. They didn't properly note with footnotes and others. The sources and at another media courses coming to his defense because they don't want to see Joe. Pull out like he did nineteen eighty eight after he plagiarize, the British labor secretary Neil Kinnock from one of his speeches. And then there's havi air butcher. He's the attorney general of California. Nice. He's an open Puerto guy mind. You. He's totally opposed. The wall, totally opposed to crack down on illegal immigration. But here's what he said about human trafficking. Human trafficking changes lives. It kills. Doesn't belong on this planet. Really, we want to and we have to take it on wherever it is happening. Oh, you mean like the southern border? These people are mentally ill. They're lunatics human trafficking trafficking kills. We gotta take it on wherever it's happening. And yet, he doesn't want to build the wall. He doesn't want the troops on the border. He doesn't want our border patrol and ice rounding up illegal aliens that are engaged in human trafficking sex trafficking drug dragging at all. You just have to wonder again, if this is, I think in, in the in the future, we're going to have clinical psychologist, and others. Go back and look at the modern liberalism and the progressive movement and they're going to I think pretty much label it a form of mental illness. It has to be because nothing else makes sense. I mean it defies all description. There's no common sense being used here. They say one thing they do another and constantly are contradicting themselves, doesn't make any sense at all right? Coming up next. More on the type of Christian floors appealing to the supreme court over same sex wedding in Bishop is barring pro-abortion lawmakers from receiving communion. What's that is happening? It's six Twenty-nine traffic.
"neil kinnock" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"That was the extraordinary thing was Neil Kinnock in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and it was a speech about growing up. It was different. It was like, but it was, I think it was coal mines, and Biden, just shifted, like the profession and location. But it was literally along the line thing that was not somebody it wasn't like, you know, hey, let me lift this inspiring, especially in the eighties. Like that's a great line. Nobody knows it was like it's morning in America. Yeah. This is how I grew up. It was literally this week when you're telling Dory, and you realize halfway through that it actually happened to someone else. Yeah, except for your professional, and you've written it and somebody's written it in your speech. And the weird thing about this is it's a keeps happening to him. There was reports he had plagiarized in law school. And now there's another example of this. Now you would think. On day, one of the presidential campaign. Joe Biden would say, like hey guys. Make sure you source everything. All right. I know this is a little bit idiosyncratic, but let's make sure you source everything here is. As reported yesterday. Joe Biden's campaign is now acknowledged it they have been lifting language from other groups for its policy plans and the bad, and what makes it worse is who they've been lifting from. So for instance. Apparently this was noticed by Josh Nelson over it. Credo. In Biden's environmental plan. It's language about carbon capture sequestration. Was lifted almost word for word. From the carbon capture coalition's.
"neil kinnock" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"In setting it up. Those don't grab audio sound bite number twenty five. We're back here in nineteen eighty seven and August. Twenty third nineteen eighty-seven, but we're basically back to nineteen eighty seven this is not the first but it's the first public time that the plagiarism personality and characteristics of Joe Biden became known widely across the country. Now, I think he had been involved in plagiarism allegations, college, and that kind of thing it, obviously, it happened before this. But this, this was major. Because in nineteen eighty seven there was a very, very popular British politician by the name of Neil Kinnock labour party, the, at that time of very similar type existence to the American left, and the democrat party, nineteen eighty-seven coming out of the, the Reagan years, people hated hated Reagan. They hated supply. Life economics hated conservatism. They, they were running around telling stories of overcoming hard ship only because government made it possible and so forth. And this guy was taking the UK by storm. I don't remember who two PM was at the time, but kinik took and C span was broadcasting all of this stuff. But back then you had CNN and C-SPAN do that. Was it? Other than the three networks, the three networks, eventually after C-SPAN spend a lot of time on this picked up on it, but it was span televising of prime minister sessions with congress prime minister questions in this kind of thing that Neil Kinnock came to everybody's attention. At worst thing could ever happen to Joe bite me was when Neil Kinnock became known in the United States of America. We've put together a montage forty-three seconds, the first voice, you will hear is Neil Kinnock, and then Biden and then Cannock and then Biden Biden got caught called out on it. Did the man couples democratic got away with it? Well got away with it. He wasn't banished and he wasn't humiliated. Never one democrat. Presidential nomination was in particular seriously for things like that. But, but he was he was not vanished. He did not lose in the eyes of the media, the immense respect that they have for all elected, Democrats. So here is a quick, listen to..
"neil kinnock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Welcome to Bloomberg law. I'm June Grosso ahead in this hour, Planned Parenthood scores a victory at the supreme court as the justices refused to hear two appeals is the exception to double jeopardy in jeopardy. The Justice Department's hail Mary appeal to stop the AT and T Time Warner merger and is President Trump in danger of being prosecuted after he leaves office. On monday. The supreme court refused to hear appeals from two states who want to cut off Medicaid payments to Planned Parenthood. The newest Justice Brett Cavanaugh cast the pivotal vote. And that seemed to bother three of the other conservative justices. Joining me is Neil Kinnock off a professor at Georgia State University college of law, Neil, sometimes the court says as much by denying a cert petition as by granting it explain why well formally the first thing to know is that denial of Sirte is not a ruling. So it's not a ruling on the merits. It doesn't tell us one way or the other what the court thinks about what the lower court did. And so normally that's just the end of the matter, and we don't pay a lot of attention. But in this case, I think it really does as you suggest speak volumes is a very rare situation where it does. And I think it's because of Clarence Thomas is remarkable dissenting opinion in which he did. Decided to mind read as to the motives of the six justices who voted not to hear the case. The case was a case that involves two cases actually that involve Planned Parenthood. But if they didn't involve the question of abortion and Justice Thomas speculated that the reason the majority didn't want to hear the case is that it had to do with Planned Parenthood. And they didn't want the political optics of ruling on a case involving Planned Parenthood. And on that point. I think Justice Thomas is absolutely right. It's really the only explanation that makes any sense for why the court didn't take this case. Now, we can further read tea leaves. But I think it starts to get a little precarious. So one way of reading it is to say that well chief Justice Roberts and Justice cavenaugh would like to overrule Roe versus Wade. But not yet and the other three conservative justices are really eager to do it. Now. That's one way of reading it possible. But I think it may be the case that Justice Roberts injustice cavenaugh don't want to overrule Roe versus Wade. Formerly that. Instead what they'd rather do is overrule a lot of other cases that then give states the ability to regulate abortion out of existence without formerly overruling Roe versus Wade. It's sort of a sneaky left handed way of overruling, bro in affect without ever coming out and saying it, tell us more about the issue in these cases, this tastes involve the very technical question of whether individuals can sue under Medicaid when a state decides to not include within coverage particular, doctor or medical provider. And so the question is whether an individual patient can bring that lawsuit or whether it has to be the provider him or her or itself that brings that loss. It involves the question of whether there's a private right of action is the legal term of art deciding that question wouldn't in any way, implicate Roe versus Wade. So that really was never on the table in. This case was on the table in this case was the court talking some about Planned Parenthood, and the reason states decided not to include them as covered providers which had everything to do with that faked evidence that they were selling fetal fetal tissue and body parts, which is against the law. And I think chief Justice Roberts and Justice cavenaugh didn't want to get into that political can of worms. It wouldn't have involved anything about Roe versus Wade in a broader sense five of the six appeals courts that have considered the issue in the cases before the court that we're talking about sided with the clinics. So if this were not a controversial area would this be the kind of case that the court would take or should take. Normally, the court would take this kind of case because there is a split between the circuits even though it's five on one side and only one on the other because the court denied the certification in this case all of those rulings stand which means that in five circuits what the state did in not covering services provided by Planned Parenthood is illegal and in the one circuit that's upheld it, then those denials are legal and that creates incoherence lower court judges who hear these cases in the future. Really don't know what to do. And it's supposed to be the job of the supreme court to resolve these kinds of what are referred to circuit splits. And so normally the supreme court would take this kind of case in Justice. Thomas's dissent spells all that out. No way that I think is pretty accurate. Why do you think Justice Thomas decided to write such a burning sort of descent who is he addressing? That too. Is he talking to the conservatives out there? The federalist society or disprove court watchers in general. I think he's frustrated that the court isn't moving quickly. He's been on the court a long time now and that used to be played by Justice Scalia. So I think we see Justice Thomas trying to assert his own position on the court and as a leader of the conservative wing, right? And so this is him kind of opposing the direction that Roberts is trying to chart for the court and for the conservative wing Justice Thomas is trying to push for a much more immediate and radical approach. Thanks for being on Bloomberg law. Neil. That's Neil Kinnock off a professor at Georgia State University. College of law coming up on Bloomberg law. The government takes another shot at stopping AT and T's acquisition of Time Warner six months after the eighty five billion dollars. The deal was completed this time before three judge panel of the DC circuit court of appeals and later the supreme court. Here's a case that could have implications for anyone who might be relying on a presidential pardon to save them from jail time. It concerns a longstanding exception to the constitutional protection against double jeopardy to listen to the latest legal topics in the news anytime on our Bloomberg law podcast, just go to I tunes soundcloud, or Bloomberg dot com slash podcast slash law. I'm June Grosso. This is Bloomberg. It.
"neil kinnock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is Bloomberg. Berg. Welcome to Bloomberg long. I'm June Grosso ahead. Miss hour. Confirmation hearings for supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh a federal appeals court. Okay. A legal loophole called snap removal. Exxon wants the new York Attorney General to put up or shut up and a case challenging -firmative action in university, admissions that could end up at the supreme court. Confirmation of Trump's supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh could create the most conservative supreme court in generations with the court shifting to the right on abortion gay rights. Affirmative action federal regulatory, power and gun restrictions. But during his confirmation hearings cavenaugh dodge question after question from democratic senators, even coining a term for his refusal to answer calling it nominee precedent. Here's an exchange between Democratic Senator Patrick layhee and Cavanaugh on presidential powers. Trump claims jazz an absolute right to pardon himself because he. The question of self pardons is something I've never analyzed. It's a question that I have not written about it's a question. Therefore, that's a hypothetical question that I can't begin in. This context is a sitting judge and as a nominee. My guest is Neil Kinnock off a professor at Georgia State University college of law meal, what struck you about Kavanagh's answers. Well, he's being very careful. So the process proceeds with senators coming at him with sharp implements and him trying to apply the seizure, and I'm afraid the result for for those of us watching feels like we've been lobotomize supreme court nominee seemed to be getting more and more adept at not answering the tough questions. So what's the point of four days of hearings? It's a kind of kabuki, right? So the hope is among senators is the they will catch him and trip him up and he'll say something substantive and his job is to try to run out the clock and not say anything that gives anybody reason to object to him. So he'll say precedence can't be overruled or much more importantly the precedents. Cannot be revised revisited and wintered meaningless even though they're not formally overruled, and that's much more of the supreme court's usual laugh doing business. I think precedent may have been the word most used by Cavanaugh and supreme court nominees use that all the time yet we saw judge Neil Gorsuch in his first year on the court provide the fifth vote to overturn a forty year old precedent and throw out mandatory union fees in public sector unions. So can we take a nominees saying he's going to follow precedent with more than a grain of salt? Of course, not. When they say, they will follow precedent. They don't really mean. They will follow it. They mean, they will respect it as precedent, and you know, Brown versus board of education overruled Plessey versus Ferguson properly. So so not every president has to be adhered to. I can think of several that I would like to see overruled, but never should have been decided in the first place. They are still precedents. They were entitled to some degree of respect. And that's all the more that cavenaugh means to indicate which is indicate nothing cavenaugh has experienced being both a politician, and a judge did he display more of the political side or the judicial side. He's clearly spinning and he's acting as his own client and spinning to assure the Senate and really not the Senate, but playing beyond them to the cameras to assure the public, but really there's nothing to see here. But it's time as a politician really as a political operative in the White House for. President George W Bush a what back there, that's really troubling. Right. You think back to the Bush administration's warrantless surveillance program? You think if the torture raising you think of all the ways in which that administration waged war on the rule of law and the idea that walk constrain the president, and that's what's hiding behind all of these kind of Akron answers. That's Neil Kinnock off a professor at Georgia State University college of law. Justin Reid Walker is a professor at the university of Louisville Brandeis school of law who clerked for both judge cavenaugh and Justice, Anthony Kennedy. He calls Cavanaugh a judge's judge jets. Cavanaugh I worked with every day for years as clerk and who also taught a class. I took when I was in law school. Easyjet's Cavanaugh who is on failing. We thought for who approaches the law and a mainstream way who's a real judges judge, and you know, the more Americans from him. The more. I think they're going to like what they say. He's written three hundred opinions from the bench for the past twelve years, and he's written multiple bar you articles and journals in the country. So they're obviously some questions that he has an answer from the can't answer for ethical reasons. But I think you know, we don't have to guess too hard about what kind of judge you'll be on the supreme court. He'll be the same kind of judge. He's been for the past twelve years. If you look at the justices on a spectrum from conservative to liberal where would cavenaugh fit? You know, I I think the judge Cavanaugh has something in common with everyone on the court. You know, he's replacing Justice. Kennedy and Justice Kennedy has been in the majority of every supreme court decision that has vindicated opinion by judge cabin. All that's happened thirteen times, which is a pretty unparalleled record of indication for a lower court judge. So there's clear overlap there between, you know, threats cabin on Justice Kennedy, but also between judge cavenaugh and other majorities court. Some of those opinions have been unanimous, the most recent opinion, indicating jet Kavanagh's case was written by Justice briar and criminal procedure case with Justice briar hand jet's capital ruled four the criminal defendant. That's Justin Reid. Walker? A professor at the university of Louisville Brandeis school of law coming up on Bloomberg law. The Justice department is backing the challengers in a lawsuit attacking Harvard University's admissions process as biased against Asian-Americans will the case. End up at the supreme court in an effort to change federal law in university, admissions and later a federal appeals court has given the okay to a legal loophole that allows vigilant corporations sued in their home state courts to move the case to a usually friendlier federal court. It's called snap removal for a reason to listen to the latest legal topics in the news on our Bloomberg law podcast, just go to itunes soundcloud, or Bloomberg dot com slash podcast slash law. I'm June Grosso. This is Bloomberg the art and.
Brett Cavanaugh, Supreme Court and Bloomberg discussed on
"Confirmation of Trump supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh could create the most conservative supreme court in generations with the court shifting to the right on abortion gay rights. Affirmative action federal regulatory, power and gun restrictions. But during his confirmation hearings Cavanaugh dodge question after question from democratic senators, even coining a term for his refusal to answer calling it nominee precedent. Here's an exchange between Democratic Senator Patrick layhee and Cavanaugh on presidential powers. Trump claims is an absolute right to pardon south. The question of self pardons is something I've never analyzed. It's a question. I have not written about it's a question. Therefore, that's a hypothetical question that I can't begin in. This context is a sitting judge and is a nominee. My guest is Neil Kinnock off a professor at Georgia State University college of law meal, what struck you about Kavanagh's answers. Well, he's being very careful. So the process proceeds with senators coming at him with sharp implements and him trying to apply anesthesia, and I'm afraid the result for for those of us watching feels like we've been lobotomize supreme court nominee seem to be getting more and more adept at not answering the top questions. So what's the point of four days of hearings kind of kabuki? Right. So the hope is among senators is the they will catch him and trip him up, and he'll say. Something substantive and his job is to try to run out the clock and not say anything that gives anybody reason to object to him. So he'll say precedents can't be overruled or much more importantly precedents. Cannot be revised revisited and rendered meaningless. Even though they're not formally overruled, and that's much more. The supreme court's usual way of doing business. I think precedent may have been the word most used by Cavanaugh and supreme court nominees use that all the time yet we saw judge Neil Gorsuch in its first year on the court provide the fifth vote to overturn a forty year old precedent and throw out mandatory union fees in public sector unions. So can we take a nominees saying he's going to follow precedent with more than a grain of salt? Of course, not when they say, they will follow precedent. They don't really mean they will follow it. They mean, they will respect it as precedent and Brown versus board of education. Overruled plus versus Ferguson a precedent and properly. So so not every president has to be adhered to. I can think of several that I would like to see overruled, but never should have been decided in the first place. They are still precedence. They entitled to some degree of respect. And that's all the more that cavenaugh means to indicate which is indicated
"neil kinnock" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The east it's nothing you're talking about making the conference finals you from there don't you quick fixes aren't fixes steve look to me if you look at teams around the lead the way to build the right way the way to become more attractive for the free agents that are out there is to draft the right way and build the team in that mold in that fashion and that is why i think it is ridiculous to take any asset that you would have on this team and train 'em away i mean that's just not smart business and get a while leonard is a great player and understand right now you would say leonard is a better plan and kris porzingis i don't think anybody would debate that but it's the idea of having an end game right it's the idea of having a vision and you'll not showing me vision if you take porzingas you take your lottery pick they have this year you take next us pick and you take a frightened meal akina and train them the senate tonio spurs like it would be a long time to rebuild that was like okay well scrubbing actually she didn't he comes next season which looks like you know showing interest that's like cheating rebuild we got right there we don't have to wait that long he comes in we're right there ready you know what pieces and you're there that's it if you thing to a porzingas to pick you have this year to the next year and neil kinnock can actually be a player then you're on a building winning team and i do think there's something to be said for the idea of career everything's not going to sign an extension with the boston celtics that's not irrational but let me see the team and infrastructure built through the draft i before i'm looking at that sort of ingredient i get it some will say well quite wonder makes you relevant instantaneously makes you better how much better and the end game for the next year i said it's not to win they got another lottery pick next year hey said gimme another year where you go but twenty and sixty till i'd signed for that right now give me a top three pick another asset and go from there it's painful not joyful but it's working in philadelphia isn't it and.
"neil kinnock" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"Yeah i mean the it was it was kind of light it was yeah i think that's probably the gospels probably a good way of putting it i have respect for both of them in your way one of the things about me is that i try and be respectful of people from all sides particularly within my party but if the own my party i maybe the only one of the few people in the labor party who can talk to neil kinnock germy coal been tony blair gordon brown i living leaders and you know i can get on with them yeah and i felt they will something to contribute but the well on your among the group so that's another thing but the but the reality is that you had a fight for leadership in two thousand ten in widget in which you in many ways prosecuted new labor which was what the brown blair the blair brown ex project was for well i'll let you explain i was the beal i was definitely the beyond new labor candidate because i felt new labor was right done good things as i've said but i think he got some things wrong about being too relaxed by inequality about deregulation about a number of things particularly domestically liz leave aside iraq but but just a number of things that was a big issue well i'm gonna say leave aside i mean i'm talking about the domestic agenda iraq was part of my criticism but but.
"neil kinnock" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"neil kinnock" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"On espn radio on espn news right now is the australian open is going on and win once that is over will be on espn 2 so we've been sort of dealing with this all morning and we're going to continue to deal with it if you if you didn't hear the story again some of the clippers had their a locker room breached by some of the houston rockets after the rockets lost in chris paul's return there were some people that were upset with blake griffin and austin rivers and how some of the things went down and so some of the guys tried to get into the clippers locker room after the game and it was chris paul who went from the visiting lock them new a secret way to get back in to the clippers locker roman they sent clint capello the the rockets center out front as a diversionary tactic and one of the lines from a adrian origin areski stood story about this is classic one clippers witness said told espn it was classic nba none of those guys were actually going to fight now so did got his thing if you're going to have an nba fight who would it be and we're taking your uh your thoughts on that on our twitter feed i'd go it can wind go but again when this was presented and broke down during inside the nba with ernie johnson shack charles barkley and kenny smith this was their reaction once again to the idea that there was going to be a throw down between the clippers on the rockets neil kinnock gobble over social media reports that if the lapd was lapd was girls who's do variable because nate were having none of it can't hear that enough go you need to go watch it as well the because it's longer are these check ends up throwing his papers they just can't believe it and.
"neil kinnock" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Trade carmelo and couldn't while he has change at all he couldn't trade cornell because even amac cadre by trade and now i know that and i'm i'm well aware of the mistakes he made i'm talking about does the opinion change it all though and the point i was making about carmelo was the whole thing with we need to talk and now the ball stops he had a vision for how we wanted the team to play couldn't because of how carmelo was playing i get the trade i luxury villa controversy from here but if you look back and let's say this team turns out to be a 50win team every you're going forward do you change a little bit while i would just say this one he when he was drafting porzingis the three top players including alghafor one before him right and it was kauai posing us was the next on the border of a little other player who are the one that i will give him credit for is neil kinnock as are other players around there that you could have chosen but you you elected the go with the french teenager yeah and that to me now is starting to show itself that this kid is pretty good their questions when they draft porzingis as well sure but they but that was the next guy murmur and i think the questions were but the fact that he was young as well and he was people are no ngoma's guinean put an end a lot of people pick the next guy in the next guy most cases doesn't turn out to sort out so maybe we are break in these two cases but i would i'll go i'll give him i'll give him more credit for neil akina then i will give him for poor sank sorry about that there you go and lonzo as the overall numbers last night also get all excited for you know derek rose i'll give him crowe creek credit for carmelo anthony of paragraph you're the thing or the derek rose thing only also sat here and said now well.
"neil kinnock" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"When you went to parliament you up you came under the tutelage of neil kinnock who was the labour leader and uh a brilliant order pretty far left uh i would say what what did you learn from him uh and what did you adopt from that experience what what were the eighty what did the 80s teach you so in the 80s the labour party was kind of subject to a takeover by the farleft that it repelled them lee just could we very nearly where were taken over by the farleft at the time neil kinnock was in some ways a sort of compromise because he was from the left but a much more remains jim type of figure and it turned out that he was a leader of a considerable courage and was prepared to take on what we're actually quite undemocratic farleft forces needed that really brilliantly an and i let a lot from him but i also believed that in the end we didn't move far enough in terms of trying to marry together the way the modern world was developing with with labor party principles traditional labour body principles so in unfortunately he never won an election but his impact on changes the labour party in helping put it in a position where it was eventually electable was very important you famously of were about the project of redefining the labour party new labour and assemble the uh a really sophisticated team around you to do that what was the syrup propelling philosophy that drove that project i think it was it was really the unification of very traditional concepts and values around social justice with the belief that in a world of accelerating change you had to modernize the application so that for example was no good for simply to advocate an oldfashioned type of state is the answer to people's problems because not the way that people lived any moral worked any moral thought anymore and so it was really club.
"neil kinnock" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Hey warring i i'm just like how i'm just like everyone else frustrated with the lack of action out of the congress sinn what's going on day ahead an idea that i've been around for awhile hey we can start getting station instead of politicians in the legislative branch dental research and i found out that legislative retirement never existed till 1941 dave voted into into law and neil kinnock to me like if we can eliminate that it might be a form of selfimposed limit i who would ally who would eliminate it that's that let's get to the let's get the problem that if you wait what the challenge be if you wish to get that through who let me give you an idea no no no no no no no would eliminated who would be the people that would eliminate the pensions it would only have to be did legislative body they would have to submit a politician touches tree galluci rand paul lightly people of that ilk that really we i believe go there to serve not to enrich their own pockets baulebete help young but they've the i mean ran paul's been around for awhile exactly as but but i mean but but what what's the problem with the rand paul there's not a pro i don't have a problem with rand paul serving for many years right exactly and i don't either but the question becomes are we electing people per career sir but if you're if you're for term limits than you mean rand paul should be limited right so that we get a we get a good one in places that fighting forest and then all of a sudden they've gotta go to now here's but but but then follow that through matt so let's say let's say that does hap okay so there's this you know this effect of a affectively a term limit as past while.
"neil kinnock" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"I think there's a very interesting question of tactics were labour moderates here there is a there is reporting after this morning they'll getting ready to go at ten we want more at night ivy now be a big mistake they need to look what they are reluctantly meeting gets kobid rav within keen to decide because if they're gonna they're going to carry the labour membership which is announced be kuban sympathetic having voted for him twice as leader they need to know what they are not relishing twenty get him out i also needs remember something about any leisure qantas follows which is when one foot was replaced the mighty free he was replaced by neil kinnock who was far more on the left of appointee 1980 free but he wants by the time he laughed in 1982 so i don't think were actually looking to will to the classic labour moderates for the next leader play party i suspect the next to delay party is someone who can save they try to make the coal imports at work wrong within someone who is stood in opposition to it using the transition process might take the summer rather than starting on friday he annual sitting it's quite heavy night james set says foolish food labor moderates to t quickly because he wants on hunger that because she can't really denied the fact that jamie corbyn is winning a people he would nominees for the greens and those people he property might know gay for more blairite leader said what ends do is find a way pitch in themselves say they can say they're going to bring it keep his fighters but will say bringing the fighters labor tight went optimism in argument made by kuban supporters for the collapse of uk it means that the right has now two point one party.