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"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

GSMC Basketball Podcast

02:28 min | 4 months ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

"A guy who has more on his back in a sense like kay cunningham can shoot the ball he can post. You want peace aggressive. He's guy can create. You know his for others as well. The big thing. I think jalen green is jalen. Green has that one factor and also the way the houston Faster pace the styles might change especially with coaching right. So kate cunningham might be better right with join cases the head coach. Dwayne casey's had success as an mba head coach in this week. But if you want that game you clearly jalen green's better player right. He's the guy that he can. He shotmaker right. He's a guy that can just take over games a little bit better level and ultimately the team at houston just blew out that the team in detroit. hands fault mass lee because kate county hand did give twenty points not game but jalen green gave you twenty five on a various fish in six of eleven from the floor. And that's kind of how he's been ready speech beginning twenty five to twenty six points and he's been just written what he's doing that is by being shotmaker. And why is that important for the nba will the nba now especially americanized basketball. Which i've talked about in length. At least on this podcast right in different episodes. I've done is get all boils down to the fact that you got to be able to create your own shun score right and static sites people that get coaches looking at you in a positive way because if you can create your own shot especially if you're a top draft pick that makes them more incentivize. I think that you could potentially become the phrase that franchise and that's a lot of pressure to put on nineteen twenty one year. Old kids rather pick eight request. You guys who are one in don's playing the g. league and ultimately that's a low pressure put on those kids right but the reason why it's a lot of pressure is because you're expecting young guys to get together and figure out how to be dominant in the nba. It's not easy but the contrary to that though is in high school lies guys now with social media all these basketball mix tape companies in your showcasing other games. There's pressure them right away. Right there on his wife and courtside films and bleacher report over time and different platforms.

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"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:10 min | 4 months ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"For other related charges. In south carolina a judge sentenced nathaniel rolling to life in prison for murdering and kidnapping university of south carolina. Students amount that joseph senate in march two thousand nineteen twenty one year old josephson got into the killers car after mistaking for an uber and was later found dead. In the woods democratic party donor and political activists ed buck has been found guilty on nine felonies including running a drug house and injecting who gave black men with methamphetamine who then died of an overdose twenty six year old. Hamill gentle moore died in two thousand seventeen and fifty five year old timothy. Dean died in two thousand nineteen. Buck was arrested. Two years ago after third man overdose tongue methamphetamine disappointment. That man survived black. Lgbtq plus activists and the family members of the men who died had for months when calling on prosecutors to file criminal charges against buck accusing him of being a sexual predator. Buck faces a mandatory minimum sentence of twenty years in prison with a maximum life. Sentence a new investigation by the associated. Press revealed number of ku klux klan members are working inside the florida department of corrections. The revelation came as part of an investigation into a failed. Kkk plot in two thousand fifteen murder. A black man. The murder was planned as revenge for fight in which black person or warned williams bid a white guard. Thomas driver the fbi was able to stop the plot instead staging the murder. After an informant infiltrated the terror group. Tens of thousands of americans are believed to belong to extremists. White supremacist groups including the clan. The fbi said such groups represent the greatest domestic terror threat. Here in the united states a propublica study found that immigration prosecutors are continuing to deport people who are not considered a threat to public safety. Despite a biden administration policy instructing them to postpone or drop such cases. But the policy is carried out at the prosecutor's discretion making it difficult to challenge this comes as immigrant. Justice advocates are denouncing the by administration for the growing number of jail immigrants and asylum seekers. As of mid-july july over twenty seven thousand people are being held in ice jails advocates warn detentions have nearly doubled under biden the closely watched democratic congressional primary in ohio to fill the seat of marcia. Fudge is less than a week away. The race pits nina turner who served bernie sanders campaign co chair against shanto brown the chairwoman of the cuyahoga county democratic party on tuesday. The women's march through its support behind nina turner. Its first-ever electoral endorsement. It came one day. After warrenville. Heights council member walter stewart announced. He was switching his support from brown to turner need. Attorney is the one that's going to take us. And we had the vision the know how the experience and and she has the sincerety and heart to carry us forward over the weekend. Congress member alexandra. Cossio cortez campaigned in ohio for nina turner. Who also just picked up the endorsement of congress. Member jamie raskin. Shantelle brown has received the backing of hillary clinton and the congressional black caucus political action committee and in a special election in texas yesterday voters rejected a trump endorsed candidate and elected another republican state representative. Jake elsie to the us house. Elsie ran an anti immigration campaign and called himself a reagan republican he ran against susan. Wright the widow of the former congress member ron right who died this year from cova nineteen leaving open his seat and texas six congressional district and those are some of the headlines says democracy now democracy now dot org the warring piece report. I'm amy goodman new york joined by democracy now co host one solace in new brunswick new jersey high one by amy and welcome to all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world well the house of representatives select committee investigating the january six insurrection at the capitol hold. Its first hearing tuesday and her testimony from four police officers who attacked by trump supporters while defending the capital. The committee is made up of seven. Democrats and two republicans. Liz cheney and adam kin zinger both of whom voted to impeach trump first role in instigating the assault on the capital last week. House minority leader. Kevin mccarthy pulled all his recommended committee members five of them after house speaker. Nancy pelosi veto to his picks. Us capitol police sergeant aquino grenell spoke i during the insurrection. He was beaten with a flagpole and attacked with chemical spray canals dominican emigrant who served in the us army in iraq. Well we were suggested. They was like something from medieval bottle. We fought hand-to-hand inch by inch to prevent an invasion of the capital by volume. Ma intent on subverting our democracy democratic process. My fellow officers. And i were committed to not letting any riders reach the capital. It was very prolonged and desperate struggle. The writers attempted to breach the capital. Were shouting traum. Send us pick the ri- sei we want trump. Ib really her officers screaming. Agony and pain just an arm lamp from me at that time. An officer hodges. He's here to testify to was being crushed by the rioters. Ikea few martin myself losing oxygen and recall thinking to myself. This is how i'm going to die. Defending dissensions us capitol. Police sergeant echinacea. Good now testifying tuesday before the house. Select committee investigating the january six direction at the capital during his testimony. Good no reference. Dc metropolitan police department officer. Daniel hodges who also testified at the hearing describing how trump supporters almost crushed to death on my left was a man with a clear red. She'll stolen during this salt. He slammed it against me and with all the way to the body's pushing behind him trapped me. My arms were pinned and effectively useless trapped against the shield after the door frame on my riding with my posture. Granting me no functional strength or freedom of movement effectively defenceless and gradually sustaining injury from the increasing pressure of the mob directly in front of me a man sees the opportunity of my vulnerability. Grab the front of my gas mask and used it to beat my head against the door. He switched to pulling off my head. The straps stretching against my skull and straining my neck. He never enter uttered any words recognized but opted instead for guttural screams. I remember foaming at the mouth. He also put his cellphone his mouth so they add both fans free salty. Eventually he succeeded in stripping away my gas mask at a new russia of exposure to spray. Hit me the mob of terrorists were coordinating their efforts now. Shouting heave ho as they synchronize pushing their weight forward crushingly further against the middle door frame. The man in front of me grabbed my baton that i still held in my hands and my current state. I was unable to retain my weapon bashed in the head and face with rupturing my lip and adding additional injury to moscow. That was dc metropolitan police department. Officer daniel hodges. And this is mike known who is also an officer with the dc metropolitan. Police he suffered a heart attack after.

nina turner nathaniel rolling joseph senate woods democratic party ed buck biden administration Buck shanto brown cuyahoga county democratic par fbi Heights council walter stewart Cossio cortez florida department of correcti josephson jamie raskin Shantelle brown congressional black caucus pol congress university of south carolina
"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:10 min | 4 months ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"For other related charges. In south carolina a judge sentenced nathaniel rolling to life in prison for murdering and kidnapping university of south carolina. Students amount that joseph senate in march two thousand nineteen twenty one year old josephson got into the killers car after mistaking for an uber and was later found dead. In the woods democratic party donor and political activists ed buck has been found guilty on nine felonies including running a drug house and injecting who gave black men with methamphetamine who then died of an overdose twenty six year old. Hamill gentle moore died in two thousand seventeen and fifty five year old timothy. Dean died in two thousand nineteen. Buck was arrested two years ago after third man overdose tongue methamphetamine disappointment. That man survived black g btcu plus activists and the family members of the men who died had for months when calling on prosecutors to file criminal charges against buck accusing him of being a sexual predator. Buck faces a mandatory minimum sentence of twenty years in prison with a maximum life. Sentence a new investigation by the associated. Press revealed number of ku klux klan members are working inside the florida department of corrections. The revelation came as part of an investigation into a failed k. k. k. plot in two thousand fifteen murder a black man. The murder was planned as revenge for fight. In which black person or warned williams bid a white guard. Thomas driver the fbi was able to stop the plot instead staging the murder. After an informant infiltrated the terror group tens of thousands of americans are believed to belong to extremists. White supremacist groups including the clan. The fbi said such groups represent the greatest domestic terror threat. Here in the united states a propublica study found that immigration prosecutors are continuing to deport people who are not considered a threat to public safety. Despite a biden administration policy instructing them to postpone or drop such cases. But the policy is carried out at the prosecutor's discretion making it difficult to challenge this comes as immigrant. Justice advocates are denouncing the by administration for the growing number of jailed immigrants and asylum seekers as of mid-july july over twenty. Seven thousand people are being held in ice jails advocates warn detentions have nearly doubled under biden. The closely watched democratic congressional primary in ohio to fill. The seat of marcia fudge is less than a week away. The race pits nina turner who served bernie sanders campaign co chair against szanto brown the chairwoman of the cuyahoga county democratic party on tuesday. The women's march through its support behind nina turner. Its first-ever electoral endorsement. It came one day. After warrenville. Heights council member walter stewart announced. He was switching his support from brown to turner need. Attorney is the one that's going to take us. And we had the vision the know how the experience and and she has the sincerety and heart to carry us forward over the weekend. Congress member alexandra. Cossio cortez campaigned in ohio for nina turner. Who also just picked up the endorsement of congress. Member jamie raskin. Shantelle brown has received the backing of hillary clinton and the congressional black caucus political action committee and in a special election in texas yesterday voters rejected a trump endorsed candidate and elected another republican state representative. Jake elsie to the us house. Elsie ran an anti immigration campaign and called himself a reagan republican he ran against susan. Wright the widow of the former congress member ron right who died this year from cova nineteen leaving open his seat and texas six congressional district and those are some of the headlines says democracy now democracy now dot org the warring piece report. I'm amy goodman new york joined by democracy now co host one solace in new brunswick new jersey high one by amy and welcome to all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world well the house of representatives select committee investigating the january six insurrection at the capitol hold. Its first hearing tuesday and her testimony from four police officers who attacked by trump supporters while defending the capital. The committee is made up of seven. Democrats and two republicans. Liz cheney and adam kin zinger both of whom voted to impeach trump first role in instigating the assault on the capital last week. House minority leader. Kevin mccarthy pulled all his recommended committee members five of them after house speaker. Nancy pelosi veto to his picks. Us capitol police sergeant aquino grenell spoke i during the insurrection. He was beaten with a flagpole and attacked with chemical spray canals dominican emigrant who served in the us army in iraq. Well we were suggested. They was like something from medieval bottle. We fought hand-to-hand inch by inch to prevent an invasion of the capital by volume. Ma intent on subverting our democracy democratic process. My fellow officers. And i were committed to not letting any riders reach the capital. It was very prolonged and desperate struggle. The writers attempted to breach the capital. Were shouting traum. Send us pick the ri- sei we want trump. Ib really her officers screaming. Agony and pain just an arm lamp from me at that time. An officer hodges. He's here to testify to was being crushed by the rioters. Ikea few martin myself losing oxygen and recall thinking to myself. This is how i'm going to die. Defending dissensions us capitol. Police sergeant echinacea. Good now testifying tuesday before the house. Select committee investigating the january six direction at the capital during his testimony. Good no reference. Dc metropolitan police department officer. Daniel hodges who also testified at the hearing describing how trump supporters almost crushed to death on my left was a man with a clear red. She'll stolen during this salt. He slammed it against me and with all the way to the body's pushing behind him trapped me. My arms were pinned and effectively useless trapped against the shield after the door frame on my riding with my posture. Granting me no functional strength or freedom of movement effectively defenceless and gradually sustaining injury from the increasing pressure of the mob directly in front of me a man sees the opportunity of my vulnerability. Grab the front of my gas mask and used it to beat my head against the door. He switched to pulling off my head. The straps stretching against my skull and straining my neck. He never enter uttered any words recognized but opted instead for guttural screams. I remember foaming at the mouth. He also put a cellphone his mouth so they add both fans free salty. Eventually he succeeded in stripping away my gas mask at a new russia of exposure to spray. Hit me the mob of terrorists were coordinating their efforts now. Shouting heave ho as they synchronize pushing their weight forward crushingly further against the middle door frame. The man in front of me grabbed my baton that i still held in my hands and my current state. I was unable to retain my weapon bashed in the head and face with rupturing my lip and adding additional injury to moscow. That was dc metropolitan police department. Officer daniel hodges and this is mike von who is also an officer with the dc metropolitan. Police he suffered a heart attack after.

nina turner nathaniel rolling joseph senate woods democratic party ed buck biden administration Buck marcia fudge szanto brown cuyahoga county democratic par fbi Heights council walter stewart florida department of correcti Cossio cortez josephson jamie raskin Shantelle brown congressional black caucus pol congress
"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:10 min | 4 months ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"For other related charges. In south carolina judge sentenced nathaniel rolling to life in prison for murdering and kidnapping university of south carolina. Students amount that joseph senate in march two thousand nineteen twenty one year old josephson got into the killers car after mistaking for an uber and was later found dead. In the woods democratic party donor and political activists ed buck has been found guilty on nine felonies including running a drug house and injecting who gave black men with methamphetamine who then died of an overdose twenty six year old. Hamill gentle moore died in two thousand seventeen and fifty five year old timothy. Dean died in two thousand nineteen. Buck was arrested. Two years ago after third man overdose tongue methamphetamine disappointment. That man survived black. Lgbtq plus activists and the family members of the men who died had for months when calling on prosecutors to file criminal charges against buck accusing him of being a sexual predator. Buck faces a mandatory minimum sentence of twenty years in prison with a maximum life. Sentence a new investigation by the associated. Press revealed number of ku klux klan members are working inside the florida department of corrections. The revelation came as part of an investigation into a failed k. k. k. plot in two thousand fifteen murder a black man. The murder was planned as revenge for fight. In which black person or warned williams bid a white guard. Thomas driver the fbi was able to stop the plot instead staging the murder. After an informant infiltrated the terror group tens of thousands of americans are believed to belong to extremists. White supremacist groups including the clan. The fbi said such groups represent the greatest domestic terror threat. Here in the united states a propublica study found that immigration prosecutors are continuing to deport people who are not considered a threat to public safety. Despite a biden administration policy instructing them to postpone or drop such cases. But the policy is carried out at the prosecutor's discretion making it difficult to challenge this comes as immigrant. Justice advocates are denouncing the by administration for the growing number of jailed immigrants and asylum seekers as of mid-july july over twenty. Seven thousand people are being held in ice jails advocates warn detentions have nearly doubled under biden. The closely watched democratic congressional primary in ohio to fill. The seat of marcia fudge is less than a week away. The race pits nina turner who served bernie sanders campaign co chair against szanto brown the chairwoman of the cuyahoga county democratic party on tuesday. The women's march through its support behind nina turner. Its first-ever electoral endorsement. It came one day. After warrenville. Heights council member walter stewart announced. He was switching his support from brown to turner need. Attorney is the one that's going to take us. And we had the vision the know how the experience and and she has the sincerety and heart to carry us forward over the weekend. Congress member alexandra. Cossio cortez campaigned in ohio for nina turner. Who also just picked up the endorsement of congress. Member jamie raskin. Shantelle brown has received the backing of hillary clinton and the congressional black caucus political action committee and in a special election in texas yesterday voters rejected a trump endorsed candidate and elected another republican state representative. Jake elsie to the us house. Elsie ran an anti immigration campaign and called himself a reagan republican he ran against susan. Wright the widow of the former congress member ron right who died this year from cova nineteen leaving open his seat and texas six congressional district and those are some of the headlines says democracy now democracy now dot org the warring piece report. I'm amy goodman new york joined by democracy now co host one solace in new brunswick new jersey high one by amy and welcome to all of our listeners viewers across the country and around the world. Well the house of representatives select committee investigating the january six insurrection at the capitol. Hold its first. Hearing tuesday and her testimony from four police officers who attacked by trump supporters while defending the capital. The committee is made up of seven. Democrats and two republicans. Liz cheney and adam kin zinger both of whom voted to impeach trump first role in instigating the assault on the capital last week. House minority leader. Kevin mccarthy pulled all his recommended committee members five of them after house speaker. Nancy pelosi veto to his picks. Us capitol police sergeant aquino grenell spoke i during the insurrection. He was beaten with a flagpole and attacked with chemical spray canals dominican emigrant who served in the us army in iraq. Well we were suggested. They was like something from medieval bottle. We fought hand-to-hand inch by inch to prevent an invasion of the capital via ma intent on subverting our democracy democratic process. My fellow officers. And i were committed to not letting any riders reach the capital. It was very prolonged and desperate struggle. The writers attempted to breach the capital. Were shouting traum. Send us pick the rice sei. We want trump. ib really her officers screaming. Agony and pain just an arm lamp from me at that time. An officer hodges. He's here to testify to was being crushed by the rioters. Ikea few martin myself losing oxygen and recall thinking to myself. This is how i'm going to die. Defending dissensions us capitol. Police sergeant echinacea. Good now testifying tuesday before the house. Select committee investigating the january six direction at the capital during his testimony. Good no reference. Dc metropolitan police department officer. Daniel hodges who also testified at the hearing describing how trump supporters almost crushed to death on my left was a man with a clear red. She'll stolen during this salt. He slammed it against me and with all the way to the body's pushing behind him trapped me. My arms were pinned and effectively useless trapped against the shield after the door frame on my riding with my posture. Granting me no functional strength or freedom of movement effectively defenceless and gradually sustaining injury from the increasing pressure of the mob directly in front of me a man sees the opportunity of my vulnerability. Grab the front of my gas mask and used it to beat my head against the door. You switched to pulling off my head. The straps stretching against my skull and straining my neck. He never enter uttered any words recognized but opted instead for guttural screams. I remember foaming at the mouth. He also put a cellphone his mouth so they add both fans free salty. Eventually he succeeded in stripping away my gas mask at a new russia of exposure to spray. Hit me the mob of terrorists were coordinating their efforts now. Shouting heave ho as they synchronize pushing their weight forward crushingly further against the middle door frame. The man in front of me grabbed my baton that i still held in my hands and my current state. I was unable to retain my weapon bashed in the head and face with rupturing my lip and adding additional injury to moscow. That was dc metropolitan police department. Officer daniel hodges and this is mike von who is also an officer with the dc metropolitan. Police he suffered a heart attack after.

nina turner nathaniel rolling joseph senate woods democratic party ed buck biden administration Buck marcia fudge szanto brown cuyahoga county democratic par fbi Heights council walter stewart florida department of correcti Cossio cortez josephson jamie raskin Shantelle brown congressional black caucus pol Congress
"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:10 min | 4 months ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"For other related charges. In south carolina a judge sentenced nathaniel rolling to life in prison for murdering and kidnapping university of south carolina. Students amount that joseph senate in march two thousand nineteen twenty one year old josephson got into the killers car after mistaking for an uber and was later found dead. In the woods democratic party donor and political activists ed buck has been found guilty on nine felonies including running a drug house and injecting who gave black men with methamphetamine who then died of an overdose twenty six year old. Hamill gentle moore died in two thousand seventeen and fifty five year old timothy. Dean died in two thousand nineteen. Buck was arrested. Two years ago after third man overdose tongue methamphetamine disappointment. That man survived black. Lgbtq plus activists and the family members of the men who died had for months when calling on prosecutors to file criminal charges against buck accusing him of being a sexual predator. Buck faces a mandatory minimum sentence of twenty years in prison with a maximum life. Sentence a new investigation by the associated. Press revealed number of ku klux klan members are working inside the florida department of corrections. The revelation came as part of an investigation into a failed k. k. k. plot in two thousand fifteen murder a black man. The murder was planned as revenge for fight. In which black person or warned williams bid a white guard. Thomas driver the fbi was able to stop the plot instead staging the murder. After an informant infiltrated the terror group tens of thousands of americans are believed to belong to extremists. White supremacist groups including the clan. The fbi said such groups represent the greatest domestic terror threat. Here in the united states a propublica study found that immigration prosecutors are continuing to deport people who are not considered a threat to public safety. Despite a biden administration policy instructing them to postpone or drop such cases. But the policy is carried out at the prosecutor's discretion making it difficult to challenge this comes as immigrant. Justice advocates are denouncing the by administration for the growing number of jail immigrants and asylum seekers. As of mid-july july over twenty seven thousand people are being held in ice jails advocates warn detentions have nearly doubled under biden the closely watched democratic congressional primary in ohio to fill the seat of marcia. Fudge is less than a week away. The race pits nina turner who served bernie sanders campaign co chair against shanto brown the chairwoman of the cuyahoga county democratic party on tuesday. The women's march through its support behind nina turner. Its first-ever electoral endorsement. It came one day. After warrenville. Heights council member walter stewart announced. He was switching his support from brown to turner need. Attorney is the one that's going to take us. And we had the vision the know how the experience and and she has the sincerety and heart to carry us forward over the weekend. Congress member alexandra. Cossio cortez campaigned in ohio for nina turner. Who also just picked up the endorsement of congress. Member jamie raskin. Shantelle brown has received the backing of hillary clinton and the congressional black caucus political action committee and in a special election in texas yesterday voters rejected a trump endorsed candidate and elected another republican state representative. Jake elsie to the us house. Elsie ran an anti immigration campaign and called himself a reagan republican he ran against susan. Wright the widow of the former congress member ron right who died this year from cova nineteen leaving open his seat and texas six congressional district and those are some of the headlines says democracy now democracy now dot org the warring piece report. I'm amy goodman new york joined by democracy now co host one solace in new brunswick new jersey high one by amy and welcome to all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world well the house of representatives select committee investigating the january six insurrection at the capitol hold. Its first hearing tuesday and her testimony from four police officers who attacked by trump supporters while defending the capital. The committee is made up of seven. Democrats and two republicans. Liz cheney and adam kin zinger both of whom voted to impeach trump first role in instigating the assault on the capital last week. House minority leader. Kevin mccarthy pulled all his recommended committee members five of them after house speaker. Nancy pelosi veto to his picks. Us capitol police. Sergeant aquino grenell spoke i during the election. He was beaten with a flagpole and attacked with chemical spray canals dominican emigrant who served in the us army in iraq. Well we were suggested. They was like something from medieval bottle. We fought hand-to-hand inch by inch to prevent an invasion of the capital by volume. Ma intent on subverting our democracy democratic process. My fellow officers. And i were committed to not letting any riders reach the capital. It was very prolonged and desperate struggle. The writers attempted to breach the capital. Were shouting traum. Send us pick the ri- sei we want trump. Ib really her officers screaming. Agony and pain just an arm lamp from me at that time. An officer hodges. He's here to testify to was being crushed by the rioters. Ikea few martin myself losing oxygen and recall thinking to myself. This is how i'm going to die. Defending dissensions us capitol. Police sergeant echinacea. Good now testifying tuesday before the house. Select committee investigating the january six direction at the capital during his testimony. Good no reference. Dc metropolitan police department officer. Daniel hodges who also testified at the hearing describing how trump supporters almost crushed to death on my left was a man with a clear red. She'll stolen during this salt. He slammed it against me and with all the way to the body's pushing behind him trapped me. My arms were pinned and effectively useless trapped against the shield after the door frame on my riding with my posture. Granting me no functional strength or freedom of movement. I was effectively defenceless and gradually sustaining injury from the increasing pressure of the mob directly in front of me a man sees the opportunity of my vulnerability. Grab the front of my gas mask and used it to beat my head against the door. He switched to pulling off my head. The straps stretching against my skull and straining my neck he never enter uttered any words recognized but opted instead for guttural screams. Remember foaming at the mouth. He also put his cellphone his mouth so they add both fans free salty. Eventually he succeeded in stripping away my gas mask at a new russia of exposure to spray. Hit me the mob of terrorists were coordinating their efforts now. Shouting heave ho as they synchronize pushing their weight forward crushingly further against the middle door frame. The man in front of me grabbed my baton that i still held in my hands and my current state. I was unable to retain my weapon bashed in the head and face with rupturing my lip and adding additional injury to moscow. That was dc metropolitan police department. Officer daniel hodges and this is mike von who is also an officer with the dc metropolitan. Police he suffered a heart attack after.

nina turner nathaniel rolling joseph senate woods democratic party ed buck biden administration Buck shanto brown cuyahoga county democratic par fbi Heights council walter stewart florida department of correcti Cossio cortez josephson jamie raskin Shantelle brown congressional black caucus pol Congress university of south carolina
"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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07:58 min | 4 months ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"For other related charges. In south carolina a judge sentenced nathaniel rolling to life in prison for murdering and kidnapping university of south carolina. Students amount that joseph senate in march two thousand nineteen twenty one year old josephson got into the killers car after mistaking for an uber and was later found dead. In the woods democratic party donor and political activists ed buck has been found guilty on nine felonies including running a drug house and injecting who gave black men with methamphetamine who then died of an overdose twenty six year old. Hamill gentle moore died in two thousand seventeen and fifty five year old timothy. Dean died in two thousand nineteen. Buck was arrested. Two years ago after third man overdose tongue methamphetamine disappointment. That man survived black. Lgbtq plus activists and the family members of the men who died had for months when calling on prosecutors to file criminal charges against buck accusing him of being a sexual predator. Buck faces a mandatory minimum sentence of twenty years in prison with a maximum life. Sentence a new investigation by the associated. Press revealed number of ku klux klan members are working inside the florida department of corrections. The revelation came as part of an investigation into a failed. Kkk plot in two thousand fifteen to murder a black man. The murder was planned as revenge for fight in which black person or warned williams bid a white guard. Thomas driver the fbi was able to stop the plot instead staging the murder. After an informant infiltrated the terror group. Tens of thousands of americans are believed to belong to extremists. White supremacist groups including the clan. The fbi said such groups represent the greatest domestic terror threat. Here in the united states a propublica study found that immigration prosecutors are continuing to deport people who are not considered a threat to public safety. Despite a biden administration policy instructing them to postpone or drop such cases. But the policy is carried out at the prosecutor's discretion making it difficult to challenge this comes as immigrant. Justice advocates are denouncing the by administration for the growing number of jail immigrants and asylum seekers. As of mid-july july over twenty seven thousand people are being held in ice jails advocates warn detentions have nearly doubled under biden the closely watched democratic congressional primary in ohio to fill the seat of marcia. Fudge is less than a week away. The race pits nina turner who served bernie sanders campaign co chair against shanto brown the chairwoman of the cuyahoga county democratic party on tuesday. The women's march through its support behind nina turner. Its first-ever electoral endorsement. It came one day. After warrenville. Heights council member walter stewart announced. He was switching his support from brown to turner need. Attorney is the one that's going to take us. And we had the vision the know how the experience and and she has the sincerety and heart to carry us forward over the weekend. Congress member alexandra. Cossio cortez campaigned in ohio for nina turner. Who also just picked up the endorsement of congress. Member jamie raskin. Shantelle brown has received the backing of hillary clinton and the congressional black caucus political action committee and in a special election in texas yesterday voters rejected a trump endorsed candidate and elected another republican state representative. Jake elsie to the us house. Elsie ran an anti immigration campaign and called himself a reagan republican he ran against susan. Wright the widow of the former congress member ron right who died this year from cova nineteen leaving open his seat and texas six congressional district and those are some of the headlines says democracy now democracy now dot org the warring piece report. I'm amy goodman new york joined by democracy now co host one solace in new brunswick new jersey high one by amy and welcome to all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world well the house of representatives select committee investigating the january six insurrection at the capitol hold. Its first hearing tuesday and her testimony from four police officers who attacked by trump supporters while defending the capital. The committee is made up of seven. Democrats and two republicans. Liz cheney and adam kin zinger both of whom voted to impeach trump first role in instigating the assault on the capital last week. House minority leader. Kevin mccarthy pulled all his recommended committee members five of them after house speaker. Nancy pelosi veto to his picks. Us capitol police sergeant aquino grenell spoke i during the insurrection. He was beaten with a flagpole and attacked with chemical spray canals dominican emigrant who served in the us army in iraq. Well we were suggested. They was like something from medieval bottle. We fought hand-to-hand inch by inch to prevent an invasion of the capital by volume. Ma intent on subverting our democracy democratic process. My fellow officers. And i were committed to not letting any riders reach the capital. It was very prolonged and desperate struggle. The writers attempted to breach the capital. Were shouting traum. send us pick the right sei. We want trump. I d- be bully. Her officers screaming agony and pain. Just an arm lamp from me at that time. An officer hodges. He's here to testify to was being crushed by the rioters. Ikea few martin myself losing oxygen and recall thinking to myself. This is how i'm going to die. Defending dissensions us capitol. Police sergeant echinacea. Good now testifying tuesday before the house. Select committee investigating the january six direction at the capital during his testimony. Good no reference. Dc metropolitan police department officer. Daniel hodges who also testified at the hearing describing how trump supporters almost crushed him to death on my left was a man with a clear red. She'll stolen during this salt. He slammed it against me and with all the way to the body's pushing behind him trapped me. My arms were pinned and effectively useless trapped against the shield after the door frame on my riding with my posture. Granting me no functional strength or freedom of movement. I was effectively defenceless and gradually sustaining injury from the increasing pressure of the mob directly in front of me a man sees the opportunity of my vulnerability. Grab the front of my gas mask and used it to beat my head against the door. You switched to pulling off my head. The straps stretching against my skull and straining my neck he never enter uttered any words recognized but opted instead for guttural screams over foaming at the mouth. He also put his cellphone his mouth so they add both fans free salty. Eventually he succeeded in stripping away my gas mask at a new russia of exposure to spray. Hit me the mob of terrorists were coordinating their efforts now. Shouting heave ho. As they synchronize pushing their weight forward crushingly further against the middle door frame. The man in front of me grabbed my baton held in my hands and my current state. I was unable to retain my weapon bashed in the head and face with rupturing my lip and.

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"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:06 min | 9 months ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on No Agenda

"Overdo it okay. Well it's just a suggestion. Artistic creativity you know so so the four hundred you know. Nobody says anything about that. Two less. Listen to a couple of sentences here. Oh did sentences. Yeah he actually. This was kind of confused. He corrected himself. So i'm not gonna give him too much grief on this one. The last one i had is the second to the last. This is the biden. Three kids clip for typical middle class. Family of four husband wife working making one hundred thousand dollars year total with three kids. They'll get fifty six hundred dollars with two kids. We get fifty six hundred dollars out the way soon. Got five or four two but it helps coming. he's he. He starts off a family of four with three kids. That's what he said it again for typical middle class family of four husband and wife working making one hundred thousand dollars year total with three kids. That's five. That's not a family of five joe. He'll get fifty six hundred dollars with two kids. Just fifty six hundred dollars rental beyond the way soon louis soon but he always corrects it down the road which is interesting. This gotta be some mechanism either brain. Which is the most likely rain that in his brain it. Yeah we sadly we just had that again with the actress who Hilary swank. i'm not gonna forget now so there is still no. There is just age stuff going ruins the bit if you remember her name. That's right man. it's a bit. Yeah sure yeah good. Set good set again. This is the one that just. This is the real ira. I just got a big kick out of this This is the w. t. f. clip. The vast majority of economist left right and center from wall street to the private private economic on initiatives. Do that was the doozy of all. Doozy's i'd say ben dover you deserve this one while he couldn't even say private equity said polling initiatives. Is this repeat. Repeat vast majority of economists left right and center from wall street wall street to the private you when he says from wall street to me the next sentence would be to shining seat. I mean that's almost what it sounds. Vast majority of economists left right and center from wall street to shining seed private private private economic economic only initiatives. The private economic polling initiatives the peppy s some sort of economists the private economic polling initials for before. We laugh at the old man. Let's just look out. We could be dumb. Privates polling. wait polling l. private was it private. economic economic economic economic polling initiative. Was we need to understand what the president's saying that mainstream media is not helping us private private Economic poli initiatives private economic polling initiative initiated. There's probably a thing. We're probably just idiots kobe. but i don't think so Business and economics polling initiative that's Florida atlantic university. That doesn't seem very no this No no the only thing that pops up is the is the transcript of the president's number. One hit is remarked. President biden on senate passage. Wow he made something up completely. We should just. We should just start that organization. Yes we're endorsed by president. What would it do what. I like to charge money to actually run as a right way to write. Newsletters camman john. You know how we do this. We give us not a bad idea because we can do polling. We'll be biden's already bite his already. Gay give us private economic polling initiatives. Yes hi madame curry. I'm a co founder of the private economic polling initiatives and we've done a poll and We do that in In a very sophisticated manner and what we called the home we have a special system trial room and just ask our what they want. This is good man. This is good kamla on-deck she's on deck she's dressed like ninjas more than a terrorist to just be there all of a sudden she's already taken call she's calling. Bb babies camera. you know. 'cause joe was not available h. k. k. Do you think that's what it is. Hey you gotta be a beep is. I'd okay h. So so biden doesn't do the press conference yet so it's still not done one but Sakis there she's doing it and she gets a little little little miffed about this particular one. This question comes out of the blue. This jen psaki on immigration and trump are saying that you know the surges are happening under president by ends watch after he reversed them biggest policies. So does the administration take any kind of for what's happening. Who are the americans on our answer to him. But before president just i'm released a statement saying that the administration was immediately. She and the worst nightmare unleashed untarnished. President trump yes. We don't take our advice or counsel from former president trump on immigration policy. Which was not only inhumane but ineffective over the last four years. We're gonna start our own path forward and that includes treating children with humanity and respect and ensuring their safe on that cross our borders children's seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty one year old man children. She's got two more sake. Once you and again i love. We love hearing about you. Here's sakis whoops mix up it's addressing the threat of climate whether it is economic partnership and relationships and We'll continue to do that. We also have conversations about access to cova access to vaccines and one one. Nice hold on a second. I gotta relabel this one so this is all they know that. It's part of the of the mega mix. You know what your labels were used it Covid gaffe covert gap. 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"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:06 min | 9 months ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on No Agenda

"Overdo it okay. Well it's just a suggestion. Artistic creativity you know so so the four hundred you know. Nobody says anything about that. Two less. listen to a couple of sentences here. Oh he did sentences. Yeah he actually. This was kind of confused. He corrected himself. So i'm not gonna give him too much grief on this one. The last one i had is the second to the last. This is the biden. Three kids clip for typical middle class. Family of four husband wife working making one hundred thousand dollars year total with three kids. They'll get fifty six hundred dollars with two kids. We get fifty six hundred dollars out the way soon. Got five or four two but it helps coming. he's he. He starts off a family of four with three kids. That's what he said it again for typical middle class family of four husband and wife working making one hundred thousand dollars year total with three kids. That's five. That's not a family of five joe. He'll get fifty six hundred dollars with two kids. Just fifty six hundred dollars rental beyond the way soon louis soon but he always corrects it down the road which is interesting. This gotta be some mechanism either brain. Which is the most likely rain that in his brain it. Yeah we sadly we just had that again with the actress who Hilary swank. i'm not gonna forget now so there is still no. There is just age stuff going ruins the bit if you remember her name. That's right man. it's a bit yeah sure. Yeah good set again. This is the one that just. This is the real ira. I just got a big kick out of this This is the w. t. f. clip. The vast majority of economist left right and center from wall street to the private private economic on initiatives. Do that was the doozy of all. Doozy's i'd say ben dover you deserve this one while he couldn't even say private equity said polling initiatives. Is this repeat. Repeat vast majority of economists left right and center from wall street wall street to the private you when he says from wall street to me the next sentence would be to shining seat. I mean that's almost what it sounds. Vast majority of economists left right and center from wall street to shining seed private private private economic economic only initiatives. The private economic polling initiatives the peppy s some sort of economists the private economic polling initials for before. We laugh at the old man. Let's just look out. We could be dumb. Privates polling wait polling. Private was it private economic economic economic economic polling initiative. Was we need to understand what the president's saying that mainstream media is not helping us private private Economic poli initiatives okay. Private economic polling initiative initiated. It's probably a thing. We're probably just idiots but i don't think so Business and economics polling initiative that's Florida atlantic university. That doesn't seem very no this No no the only thing that pops up is the is the transcript of the president's. It's a number one. Hit is remarked. President biden on senate passage. Wow he made something up completely. We should just. We should just start that organization. Yes we're endorsed by president. What would it do what. I like to charge money to actually run as a right way to write newsletters. Come on john. You know how we do this. We give us not a bad idea because we can do polling. We'll be biden's already bite his already. Gay give blessed us. Private economic polling initiatives. Yes hi madame curry. I'm a co founder of the private economic polling initiatives and we've done a poll and We do that in In a very sophisticated manner and what we called the rome we have a special system trial room and just ask are what they want. This is good man. This is good kamla on-deck she's on deck she's dressed like ninjas more than a terrorist to just be there all of a sudden she's already taken call she's calling bb babies camera. 'cause joe was not available h. k. k. Do you think that's what it is. Hey you gotta be a beep is. I'd okay h. So so biden doesn't do the press conference yet so it's still not done one but Sakis there she's doing it and she gets a little little little miffed about this particular one. This question comes out of the blue. This jen psaki on immigration and trump are saying that you know the surges are happening under president by ends watch after he reversed them biggest policies. So does the administration take any ability for what's happening. Who are the americans on our answer to him. But before president just i'm released a statement saying that the administration was immediately. She and the worst nightmare unleashed untarnished. President trump yes. We don't take our advice or counsel from former president trump on immigration policy. Which was not only inhumane but ineffective over the last four years. We're gonna start our own path forward and that includes treating children with humanity and respect and ensuring their safe on that cross our borders children's seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty one year old man children. She's got two more sake. Once you love we love hearing about you. Here's sakis whoops mix up it's addressing the threat of climate whether it is Economic partnership and relationships and We'll continue to do that. We also have conversations about access to cova access to vaccines and one one. Nice hold on a second. I gotta relabel this one so this is all they know that. It's part of the of the mega mix you know what your labels were used it Covid gaffe that covert gap. It's literally that simple and then there's another one which is became a different story which i did some research on Kiss interesting to me. This is about the this is. The question was asked about the this. This is the most recent press conference by the way this was asked about the microsoft breach. Big jane server Yeah there was a big deal. Something happened thirty thousand exchange servers at least minimum according to.

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"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

03:23 min | 10 months ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

"I is much too many fathers. Were been what he's bam baseball. Ensues a really credible city on a lot of different levels in that was a big big biggest beating coaching at got into Baseball were done. It is it's people hopefully hoping that the college Developing such a special time in your life that brings us year where this year of china learns much And is really thankful that utilizes yourself awhile. Yes you had or trying to eat through this out. You will better authors which is a wonderful thing. Well thank you so much. And i think it's too. I hope the audience can get your heart out of this. Because i think what we're gonna be talking about what you're not sorry for sometimes can be come off as like you may not care about some people at times where i know your heart and i know you're passionate love for people so i think there's just go ahead and dive into it is called unapologetically bold. Not sorry for i. I have not sorry loving my career. I love it. And that's the thing too is that you're in baseball so i call that a lifestyle needed something that you are going to miss weddings. You're gonna mess bursts. You're going to miss a lot of things that some people in their minds. Cu being selfish. But i see it as a sacrifice. Because i can only imagine you not doing baseball. Hugh might be like a grumpy old man off. What do it's a lifestyle. And there's there's some sobering that some people that you may i it should be Is not is not who yours is. Just what you do and i think Voice in my life go on back and forth will ask but the more i don is account to their a few minutes ago. I just look at wins and losses if you just look at your guy recruiters player. His employer You just look at get cool uniforms or getting play this tournament that a values what it is. I might ask with the travel coach literally line ribs. now the crew is they cut chemist. Those guys don't be barrel in where i'm at where i've been there. A program is done that and not saying we're right and others were all the collegiate athletics or certainly involving Theory a alluded field. Why the frontier especially men's basketball and football book from me for where were a lot about the human l. is developing says he eighteen nineteen twenty one year old ios. We all know. That's a very very Unique tyrod lights at the. If you have a good minutes It's not a bad bicyclers nation by had that in my life and you were related. That is not. I'm not trying to create my experience vanderbilt for one by trying to create a unique experience for those guys water year and whether they liked me every practice reading every want every season not release big of a deal to look at five. Twenty years finalized for program being around myself So yeah identity. Thing is lifestyle..

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"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on WTOP

"The support that he has generated out of the country and not want to see that and with the end since the Atlantic's Edward Isaac deal there who has a new interview right now with entry Yang who just dropped out of the democratic presidential race looking there were Dimitri you're listening to one of three point five FM a W. T. O. P. dot com sports at fifteen and forty five powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white thank read Wednesday morning three fifteen Jonathan one Dino ninth right Maryland holds on to the top spot in the big ten but barely holding off Nebraska seventy two seventy they needed a block though in the final seconds by Jalin Smith to seal it they also had three players with double doubles for the first time since two thousand one Smith had sixteen points thirteen rebounds Anthony callin scored thirteen while dishing out ten assists done to Scott had ten points ten boards plus Eric I Alice scored sixteen the terms improved to twenty and four and mark Turgeon gets his two hundredth win the fifth a Maryland coach to reach that mark but fighting a cold he was not in a celebratory mood line you play these games to win of and we won so we're happy with that you know we we didn't play our best game started from the beginning we didn't run back on defense all night you know we're good defensive team we were tonight so when you respect our opponent enough I'll take the blame for that in another close one Virginia overtime Notre Dame fifty forty nine in Charlottesville NBA fifty two games down thirty to go and the wizards are still in playoff contention yep now three games back of Orlando and to be the bulls won twenty six one fourteen Bradley Beal scored thirty really hot you more a twenty the mystics resign W. N. B. A. M. B. B. Elena della donne before your contract he helped lead the team to its first championship last season and in her three years in Washington has averaged at least nineteen point still done had back surgery last month but is expected be fully recovered in time for the start of the season in may John of the Warner W. T. O. P.'s party thanks Jonathan three seventeen two graduates of northwest high school locally in Germantown without murdered over this past weekend in southern Virginia state police say this morning they found the pair's remains outside a wrecked car relatives say telling NBC for both were shot once in the head bodies of the northwest high grounds were found in the median of a dark isolated road road lying on the ground outside a silver two thousand nine Nissan maxima the car was found early last Saturday morning wrecked on route fifty eight between South Boston Virginia and to Danville Virginia which isn't far from the North Carolina border I ana Martin's Griffin of Germantown was nineteen twenty one year old Joel beyond a lived in Alexandria Virginia state police say anonymous calls with information are welcome Kristy king WTOP news WTOP news time now three seventy one twenty twenty country make a ticket ten big shows for one great price to be Lou Bly features the summer's hottest country shows like Tim McGraw Chris young Luke Bryan Thomas Rhett Brooks and Dunn lady antebellum Brad Paisley.

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on WTOP

"Case of army second lieutenant Richard Collins an African American student who was killed by a white man Collins is father Rick on why he's lobbying lawmakers in Annapolis for the change it's the thing that we all to our son's legacy delegate CT Wilson vowed to close what he says is a loophole in existing law we will get this fixed we were ensure that each and every person understands that we are better than in Annapolis Kate Ryan WTOP news to graduates of northwest high school in Germantown or found murdered over the weekend in southern Virginia state police say they found the pair's remains outside a wrecked car would you feel these Kristy king on what we know so far police aren't saying how they were murdered only that the bodies of the northwest high grounds were found in the median of a dark isolated road lying on the ground outside a silver two thousand nine Nissan maxima the car was found early last Saturday morning wrecked on route fifty eight between South Boston Virginia and to Danville Virginia which isn't far from the North Carolina border I ana Martin's Griffin of Germantown was nineteen twenty one year old Joel beyond a lived in Alexandria Virginia state police say anonymous calls with information are welcome Kristy king WTOP news final voting under way in New Hampshire a lot of polls have closed some operate until eight we'll have a preview from The Washington Post get a fifty nine dollar precision furnace tune up by calling eight hundred nine four eight my brother can weather on the aids and when it breaks in prince George's county on route four ten East West highway twenty Third Avenue there is an accident there and that is causing some pretty major delays in both directions on for ten East West highway and north of Baltimore Washington parkway is quite slow getting to a point before for ten may have an incident there at least attracting attention if nothing else and on route four Pennsylvania Avenue south bound near route for and Richie marble road there is a crash and I believe the up the ramp from Richie marble the south bound for closed as a result of that still some volume delays on the interludes were Bethesda and Silver Spring two seventy north briefly slow getting up past Montgomery village up the middle fork road enough beyond that toward Clarksburg on I seventy near route ninety seven had word of an incident there possibly a crash involving a bus and in Virginia so about three ninety five still heavy and slow getting to landmark but the broken down truck that was there from most most of the rush hour if not all of it was cleared all lanes are now open George Washington parkway northbound before the bell weather crashes been along the right side and on wax pull road west bound just after twenty eight but before Pacific Boulevard the crash in the center of the roadway we donation is extending its free windows sale get two free windows with every to you by plus free financing for twelve full months no money down and no payments for year window nation dot com popular WTOP traffic for the most part we're done with the rain for the rest of today but some patchy fog in spots out there through the evening hours mostly cloudy skies tonight with lows in the thirties to around forty.

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"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on AP News

"Ruth had an immediate effect on the game may the home run the signature on a nineteen twenties first year with the Yankees he hit more home runs than any other team in the league that's a January moment in sports history Jack China's central bank's hoping to boost the country's slowing economy by cutting the amount of money banks will be required to have on hand starting January sex the people's bank of China it says the reserve requirement ratio for financial institutions will be lowered by fifty basis points China's official state news agency says about eight hundred billion you one or one hundred fourteen point six billion US dollars will be released into the economy for lending purposes that'll help the economy ahead of the lunar new year that falls on January twenty fifth the news agency quoted an unidentified central bank official as saying the move doesn't indicate a large scale government stimulus program ruling out the possibility of a flood like flow of fresh money president trump order the airstrike in Iraq they killed a top Iranian general I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute the Pentagon's issued a statement the top Iranian general who had arrived in Baghdad was actively developing plans to attack American diplomats and service members in the Middle East earlier defense secretary mark asper had said it appeared that Iranian backed militia groups were planning more violence after attacking the US embassy in Baghdad do I think they may do something yes and they will likely regret it defense analyst Danny Davis says now the U. S. has to watch for retaliation I can only imagine that this is going to put a target on mon American soldiers on American assets both military and economic in addition to the death of a rocky general Hossam Solomonic a deputy commander of an Iranian backed militia into Ron was also killed well prices quickly rose on the news I'm Jackie Quinn AP digital news back in a moment thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that the Associated Press produces news related books here's what's new and upcoming first pet presidential dogs.

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"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on AP News

"Your listening to the AP digital news network secretary of state Mike Pompeii was delaying a trip to Ukraine and four other nations as a P. correspondence Agha Madani reports his spokesman says he's staying in Washington to monitor the situation in Iraq or militiamen breach the US embassy earlier this week before pulling back Wednesday the U. S. as set hundreds more troops to the Middle East to boost security amid high tensions with Iran on the top administration blames for the attack Pompeii was to arrive tonight in Ukraine and to meet later with its president who's July phone call with president trump is at the center of the trump impeachment push the state department says Pompeii intends to reschedule Sager make Connie at the Pentagon Babe Ruth was sold by the Boston Red Sox to the New York Yankees for one hundred twenty five thousand dollars in January of nineteen twenty one of Ruth's biographers cal wagon Heim said people thought the slugger was a freak of nature you had scientists coming and examining Ruth and all kinds of strange bizarre articles in the press about Ruth having superhuman vision or superhuman coordination so why did Boston let go well in nineteen twenty every freezie became the new owner of the team and he reportedly needed money to finance his Broadway production interests if he had any idea what would happen next he never would have done the deal baseball historian Marty Appel said Ruth had an immediate effect on the game may the home run the signature on a nineteen twenties first year with the Yankees he hit more home runs than any other.

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"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on AP News

"To give to friends and colleagues for more information visit AP images dot com China's central bank's hoping to boost the country's slowing economy by cutting the amount of money banks will be required to have on hand starting January sex the people's bank of China it says the reserve requirement ratio for financial institutions will be lowered by fifty basis points China's official state news agency says about eight hundred billion you one or one hundred fourteen point six billion US dollars will be released into the economy for lending purposes that'll help the economy ahead of the lunar new year that falls on January twenty fifth the news agency quoted an unidentified central bank official as saying the move doesn't indicate a large scale government stimulus program ruling out the possibility of a flood like flow of fresh money Babe Ruth was sold by the Boston Red Sox to the New York Yankees for one hundred twenty five thousand dollars in January of nineteen twenty one of Ruth's biographers cal wagon Heim said people thought the slugger was a freak of nature you had scientists coming and examining Ruth and all kinds of strange bizarre articles in the press about Ruth having superhuman vision or superhuman coordination so why did Boston let Ruth go well in nineteen twenty every freezie became the new owner of the team and he reportedly needed money to finance his Broadway production interests if he had any idea what would happen next he never would have done the deal baseball historian Marty Appel said Ruth had an immediate effect on the game who made the whole run the signature on nineteen twenties first year with the Yankees he hit more home runs than any other team in the league that's a January moment sports history Jack president trump continues to enjoy strong support.

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"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"What's up? Okay. So I have ten thousand dollars from a settlement. I onto a car crash in if I worry of here, and I'm not defying I decided not to buy another car because I have another car readily available for me. What should I do to this settled settlement money? Wow. Are you are you are you? Okay. Oh, yeah. The chiropractor sessions where were pretty intense book. I'm okay. So all your medical bills or needs are behind you. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Sure. There's money free and clear, and you're you're down one car, but you have another car to drive that you own. Yes. Okay. And what's your household income? I'm currently living with my grandmother. I I personally make about twenty one thousand a year. Good. My my grandmother makes about two hundred okay? And how old are you? I'm I'm trying my best to I'm nineteen by the way, I'm trying my best to invest the money to myself or somehow. Are to be more financially. Literate I started watching you about a week ago. Wow. Thank you. I'll be and what do you do for a living? Now. I'm I support. Do you wanna do when you're twenty nine when you're twenty nine? What's your goal? I wanna be a sort of systems architecture some sort of programming architect for a company good. That's a great great career field. And especially since you've shown aptitude to technology already are fourteen -nology already. You can move that Richard pretty easily good for you. And so the the good thing, I always do, and I learned to this years and years ago is I asked myself the same question, I ask you is where do I want to be in ten years or twenty years? Right. And then I have to ask myself what will have to be true. About me. That is not true today. Otherwise, I would already be one of those. Okay. Okay. You kind of the same thing. I got a friend of mine that's running the half marathon next week here in Nashville. Okay. And had shed ask yourself. Okay. What has to be true for me to be able to do that? That's not true now in Chester south that about a year ago, and she's lost forty pounds. By the way. I was one of the things that need to be true to build a run a half marathon. It's easier to not carry an extra backstreet boy with you. Running. Right. So what has to be true about Frank? That's not true now for you to ten years from now be successful as a architect and implant form engineer in the technology field. And my guess would be some certifications and some training. Would that be right? You're right. You're right. I want to detail that out by talking to a few architects. Platform architects and platform people and ask them, okay. To get hired to do to be your assistant and to be a mini me in your company, just like you or similar to you. What would I need to know? What will certifications what need to get that? I don't have now. And you don't need to get that from an article on the internet, you need to talk to actual human beings. That are doing what it is. You wanna do? Okay. And then go take those classes and spend that money on that. Okay. Okay. And that's going to be a great investment. Because those guys make to ten they make ten x what you make. Yeah. So it's worth doing. Okay. It's definitely I've got several Oman our team, and they're brilliant people, and they have an aptitude for that. And they I mean, we do a lot of technology work here a lot most of it. I don't understand. But but I pay for it. And so on. Enough to pay for it and understand how these people's brains work, and how they are able to pull these things off and so go learn from them what you need to do. And that's what you spend your money on because I can go ahead and tell you it's not a four year degree in information systems. Okay. That's not needed to do what you're talking about. You do need some search and some sort of occasions, and you do need some programming experience and some project management experience and some things along those lines, and you can get about the business of doing those things the other thing, I'd do your company, you're working for technology oriented. Okay. In a chance they would pay for any of your certifications for you to get better to help them. No. You sure. Yes. I know. Okay. Already already been down there. Good. Okay. Well, it might involve you taking technology job at a technology company that wants to pay for tuition, and then we could get a lot more bang for our buck out of your ten grand. Okay. Okay. So, you know, again, ask yourself what has to be true? What do I have to know? And do that. I don't know in do now to our otherwise I'd already be one to to be able to run this marathon to be able to be this platform architect, and so forth. And that's what I would spend your money on and stay out of debt. Frank, don't go by the student loan debt lies that you need to go into debt to do all this shift. Ten grand jump start your wise to think about it like this and your grandmother making two hundred grand is no slouch. She's obviously bright at something. So she'd be a great mentor in this process. Even though she may not know anything about technology, but she'd be a great life mentor. You probably have listened to her dome. People don't make two hundred grand very often, it's fairly unusual. So generally this woman's got some wisdom that she can bring into your pour into your life. And I'd be I'd be leaning an ear inn on that. That's puts her in the top one percent of income earners. So good question, man. Thank you for calling in hundred heavy at nineteen here on the air. I don't know if you all time listeners that have been with us for many, many moons. Have noticed the number of eighteen nineteen twenty one year old phone calls that I'm getting these days. As opposed to say five years ago or ten years ago, and it is way way up and we are very happy at Ramsey. The those that this generation actually wants to talk to. A dinosaur like me, and I can help them get moving in the right direction on some of these things we're very honored that the Franks or the world or not only listening, but that's that's because of two things just to let you guys know that what's going on. Talk radio in general is moving to a younger demographic, especially with the advent of podcasts, and our podcast has exploded. It's gone from one million listeners to almost six million listeners in about three years, it has gone bananas, and our YouTube channel is just it's I can't even measure hundreds of millions of downloads. Now, the hours it's just the Sar number of hours people are consuming on.

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"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"What's up? Okay. So I have ten thousand dollars from a settlement. I Don car-crash in if I worry of the year, and I'm not denying I decided not to buy another car because I have another car readily available for me. What should I do to invest investigate settlement settlement money? Wow. Are you are you are you? Okay. Oh, yeah. The chiropractor sessions where were pretty intense. I'm okay. So all your medical bills or needs are behind you. Yes. Yes. Yeah. She'll this money free and clear and you're down one car, but you have another car to drive. That you own. Yes. Okay. And what's your household income? I'm currently living. My mother I I personally make about twenty one thousand a year. Okay. Good. My my grandmother makes about two hundred okay? How are you? I'm I'm trying my best to nineteen by the way, I'm trying my best to invest the money to myself or somehow. Are to be more financially literate I started watching you about a week ago while I'm honored. Thank you, obviously. And what do you do for a living? Now. I'm I support. What do you wanna do when you're twenty nine when you're twenty nine? What's your goal? I wanna be a sort of systems architecture some sort of programming architect for a company good. That's a great great career field. And especially since you've shown aptitude to technology already fourteen -nology already. You can move that direction pretty easily good for you. And so all right. The the good thing, I always do and I learned to do this years and years ago is I asked myself this question, I asked you is where do I want to be in ten years or twenty years? Right. And then I have to ask myself what will have to be true. About me. That is not true today. Otherwise, I would already be one of those. Okay. Okay. You kind of the same thing. I got a friend of mine that's running the half marathon next week here in Nashville. Okay. And had shed ask yourself. Okay. What has to be true for me to be able to do that? That's not true now in Chester south that about a year ago, and she's lost forty pounds. By the way. I was one of the things that need to be true to build a run a half marathon. It's easier to not carry an extra backstreet boy with you. You know when you're running right. So what has to be true about Frank? That's not true now for you to ten years from now be successful as a architect and platform engineer in the technology field, and my guess would be some certifications and some training. Would that be right? You're right. You're right. I want to detail that out by talking to a few architects, platform, architects and platform people and ask them, okay. To get hired to do to be your assistant and be a mini me in your company. Just like you or similar to you? What I need to know what will certifications what I need to get that. I don't have now. And you don't need to get that from an article on the internet, you need to talk to actual human beings. That are doing what it is. You wanna do? Okay. And then go take those classes and spend that money on that. Okay. Okay. And that's going to be a great investment. Because those guys make to ten they make ten x what you make. Yeah. So it's worth doing. Okay. It's definitely several Oman our team, and they're brilliant people that and they have an aptitude for that. And they I mean, we do a lot of technology work here. All lot most of it. I don't understand. But but I pay for it. And so down to pay for it and understand how these people's brains work, and how they are able to pull these things off and so go learn from them what you need to do. And that's what you spend your money on because I can go ahead and tell you it's not a four year degree in information systems. Okay. That's not needed to do what you're talking about. You do need some search and some certifications, and you do need some programming experience and some project management experience and some things along those lines, and you can get about the business of doing those things. The other thing is your company, you're working for technology oriented. No, okay. It chance they would pay for any of your certifications for you to get better to help them. No. Sure. Yes. I asked. Okay. Already been down there. Good. Okay. Well, it might involve you taking technology job at a technology company that wants to pay for tuition, and then we could get a lot more bang for our buck out of your ten grand. Okay. Okay. So, you know, again, ask yourself what has to be true? What do I have to know? And do that. I don't know and do now to our otherwise I'd already be one to to be able to run this marathon to be able to be this platform architect, and so forth. And that's what I would spend your money on and stay out of debt. Frank, don't go by the student loan debt lies that you need to go into debt to do all this shift. Ten Grand's a jump start your wise to think about it like this and your grandmother making two hundred grand is no slouch. She's obviously bright at something. So she'd be a great mentor in this process. Even though she may not know anything about technology, but she'd be a great life mentor. You probably listen to her dumb. People don't make two hundred grand very often, it's fairly unusual. So generally this woman's got some wisdom that she can bring into your pour into your life. And I'd be I'd be leaning an area in on that that's puts her in the top one percent of income earners. So good question, man. Thank you for calling in hundred heavy at nineteen here on the air. I don't know if you all time listeners that have been with us for many, many moons. Have noticed the number of eighteen nineteen twenty one year old phone calls that I'm getting these days as opposed to say five years ago or ten years ago, and it is way way up and we are very happy at Ramsey. The those that this generation actually wants to talk to a dinosaur like me, and I can help them get moving in the right direction on some of these things were very honored that the Franks of the world or not only listening, but that's that's because of two things just to let you guys know that what's going on talk radio in general is moving to a younger demographic. Especially with the advent of podcasts, and our podcast has exploded. It's. From one million listeners to almost six million listeners in about three years, it has gone bananas, and our YouTube channel is just it's I can't even measure hundreds of millions of downloads. Now, the hours it's just czar number of hours, people are consuming on YouTube. And in case, you didn't know YouTube is a primarily under thirty five year old phenomenon. I go on YouTube. But not like you guys do that are young. So there you go, but I have to stretch to get into my issue. That's a joke from the other hour. This is.

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WGN Radio

08:24 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen twenty one year" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Til three on weekdays one to three. Saturday's tendons on social media, WGN King, John that's Instagram. That's twitter. Facebook WGN king. John. Don't miss our mincing rascals podcast we recorded on Thursdays. And it has been judged to be the very best podcast in the city of Chicago. Not by me mind you, but by folks who judge podcasts it includes Steve Bertrand Patti Vasquez from WGN radio. Justin Kaufman on the morning show WGN radio, and then some of the folks over at the Tribune Scott status, and Eric Zorn's, by the way, this is just interesting to me, and maybe it'll be more relevant Monday. But in the next few days, it sounds like Senator Amy klobuchar for Minnesota is going to announce her candidacy for president. And you don't know who Amy klobuchar is you will be underwhelmed by this woman's charisma. She is university of Chicago graduate school graduates. She went to Yale as I recall before that she is the daughter of a columnist in the twin cities, so many politicians know the name Clovis shar. And now, she's been very effective smart reach across. The aisle. Intelligent, sober legislator. You know, she doesn't say incendiary things. She's not great at soundbites when she's on the TV talk shows she gives clipped enough answers. But you know, they aren't talking about. Did you hear about Amy klobuchar said the next day? It's a funny name to kale OUB Clovis shar. But she's. I'm a fan, America's mom. She really is. She looks like the aunt. And that's how they put it up there. The aunt that would come over to your house and. And get you right with the world. You know, she famously had the exchange with Justice cavenaugh when he was asking her if she drank beer when she was in school and challenging her own use of alcohol and did she sometimes drink to excess? He not knowing that she's the daughter of an alcoholic, and that that's colored all of her adult life that issue. And where she could have turned it on him. She did not, you know, she showed restraint he came back. He came back and apologized. Yeah. And she was where she could have said something other than what she was absolutely gracious about it. She was and I mean, really because she could've talked about the hurt. She could have grandstanded didn't do any thing. And he was wounded there that was a bad thing. He did. And she just accepted that after all of that. That's the only thing that I recall that he went back and said, I shouldn't have done that. And it was his exchange with Senator klobuchar from Minnesota, she's a democrat, and she's probably going to announce. I think it's Sunday that she's going to run for president which will make now more people running for president than arch running for president on the democrat side. Do you know her at all when you were up there did you ever talked to her I got assigned Christmas card from her? And I don't think she does that actually I do think she does that to Oliver constituents. But yeah, I interviewed her several times, and she did send me personal notes now and again, and she's just a life full. You know, every time I say that about somebody. Then the next thing, you know, they're kicking puppies or something. But I think she's the real deal. I think she's going to need to kick a few puppies. Actually. That's the problem. I think she's a she's she's utterly qualified. She's also, I don't know how electable I hate to say this. But I see her as a great vice presidential candidate just because that's where you could park somebody with less charisma, and she has she has charisma. Don't you think she's just she's her Christmas is nice. Why do I think those are mutually exclusive? Terms. Shame on wa we don't have Christopher Borelli, Dewey. Okay. The one of the critics over at the Chicago Tribune wrote a really interesting piece, and he was going to join us. Just now if we connect with him, we'll have that conversation. If not we'll do it another day. Steve, do you know what this person is talking about two to four texted? Then why is nobody talking about the fact that something happened with the teleprompter last night and the president kept reading the same sentences over and over again that somebody just being funny, right? That's a joke. He didn't repeat a sentence or two. I didn't see a lot of it. So I don't I don't think. So. Yeah. How did the Marquette team do last night? You know, they've played a great game. But they can't beat Saint John's. It's it's weird. Saint John's crush them in New York and Marquette re one seven and a eight in a row after that. And then Saint John's cumulative walking beaten by point. Should beat that team. How are you doing? Steve, John you, and I are very different about this. It was a great game. I really enjoyed watching you you're so Chipper this morning. I thought I guess you're not the fan that I am a my club. Well, let me just say Marquette beat Butler. Well, I'm happy for you. No, let's let me finish the sentence. And you have yet to acknowledge it. We had a little fun bet than day before. I knew have yet to come to me and say that game was a good game. Too bad. We lost. I don't feel that way. So you gotta step back a little bit there. Johnny boy. Who is a great game. It was and they came back again the game you lost last night. Yeah. That could not be this person today they spotted them like fifteen points late in the second half. And they actually took a one point lead. Have you liked the Creighton game? But they couldn't hold on have you met Kevin Powell. Yeah. Okay. I think I'm just speaking out of school here. But I think I am about Butler basketball little tiny Butler basketball. Everybody's got a thing. That's my thing. The way he is about the bears. He's not very jokey the next day about a bears game if it doesn't go. Well, I'm the kind of guy who good game bad game day sector kicker the thing. It bothered him. Right. My out of line here. It bothered him for a week. And I know that was really extraordinary moment. But I mean, I think there are some people who when their team loses. They don't recover. Well. Yeah. I I don't get that. I mean, I understand being disappointed or something and I was disappointed lost. But you know, they're bunch of nineteen twenty one year old kids, and I love watching THEO John plant, and we have a center who can actually stand there and not get knocked around and. I actually tweeted at him after a game. I did. And he liked it. But I I was I was I enjoyed the game. When my son went to Butler, and that's why I fell in love with the school and the team he was at a baseball game. I was on the baseball team will the star the basketball team was in the stands watching baseball team play. Why was he there only parents went to college baseball games? The reason he was there was because the star of the basketball teams brother was unpire in my son's baseball game. So we're standing there and somebody my wife says John Matt Howard is behind the backstop. And I wanted to go say something to him. But I was too nervous to approach him. So I never did. So you were to you didn't do it because you're too nervous. Just because you didn't want to be nerdy. But you are to new verse. Right. Well, same way you were tweeting. It this guy. I was like, oh, all I would. I don't know what I would say it would just come up and shake his Hannibal. Thank you for big the basketball player. You are. Okay. I don't stop the John. But I did happen to run into amid a tavern in Milwaukee last year. They said Hello to him. Big time radio star. He still get the nurse to walk up to Butler basketball player. I couldn't do it. I was like oh God. What will I say? We're just talking. Kevin you're and hear about how he never acknowledged that Marquette peak Butler last week. Yeah, we had a conversation about that in the newsroom, and he said he said don't bring this up to John since that. Okay. Doc stand. I get it. I understand sports. Heartbreak. Yeah. Well, that was my point. Everybody's got a thing. Well, I know my love for about the basketball might be extreme to Steve look at Kevin's affection for the bears and how hard it is for him to bounce back after one of their games sports, baby. So there is that. I just got a ding. Let's take a break. I think our guest is going to be able to join us in a minute. If not we'll just put that whole topic on hold back after this. So why.

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