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USC, UCLA leave the Pac-12 for the Big Ten

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

USC, UCLA leave the Pac-12 for the Big Ten

"The Big Ten is branching out to California The conference has voted to add southern Cal and UCLA as members beginning in 2024 The move coincides with the end of the PAC 12s current media rights contract with Fox and ESPN It will increase the size of the Big Ten to 16 schools The Trojans join the old Pacific Coast conference in 1922 6 years before the bruins PAC 12 schools received less than $20 million each in fiscal year 2021 compared to more than 46 million for Big Ten universities

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AP source: USC, UCLA in process of joining Big Ten

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

AP source: USC, UCLA in process of joining Big Ten

"UCLA and southern Cal are planning to leave the pack 12 for the Big Ten A person who has been briefed on the discussions between the Trojans bruins and the Big Ten tells The Associated Press that the schools have taken steps to request an invitation to join the conference The move would come as soon as 2024 After the PAC 12s current media rights contract with Fox and ESPN expire that would increase the size of the Big Ten to 16 schools PAC 12 schools received less than $20 million each in fiscal year 2021 compared to more than 46 million for Big Ten universities I'm Dave

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Exposing a Multi-Million Dollar Democrat Scheme With Heidi Ganahl

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | Last week

Exposing a Multi-Million Dollar Democrat Scheme With Heidi Ganahl

"Kunal, who is running for governor of Colorado, Heidi, welcome to the program. Hey, Charlie is so good to see you. Thanks for having me on. So I want to talk to you about a couple things about your race, but first I want to try to nationalize this for our audience. You're mentioned in this article in The Wall Street Journal. Why Democrats are funding the GOP fringe about how some of your opponents are actually getting benefit from Democrat super PACS. This is something that is now happening in more and more primary races across the country where Democrats are inserting themselves into our primaries. Tell us about this and tell about how it applies to your race. Yeah, it's been crazy the last few weeks. We've found out that the Democrats are putting about $3 million into our race for governor, our primary race. So they're trying to pick their opponents. And they certainly don't want to run against me. That's very evident as the polling looks great for me going up against one of the wealthiest guys in Colorado who's destroying our state here. And I am a fighter, as you said, I am ready to take it to the map Jared polis and win back our beautiful state, but he wants to keep me from even getting through the primary by dumping millions of dollars into the Democrat governors association and another organization progress now that he helped found a few years ago.

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Monthly Rents Skyrocket Amid Record Inflation

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:02 min | 2 months ago

Monthly Rents Skyrocket Amid Record Inflation

"Hey everybody, Tyler Charlie Kirk show. What are the new results out of Ohio mean for the midterms? Our Democrats favored to win anything at all, and also a new announcement from turning point, pack, TP pack dot com that is TP PAC dot com, or you guys can contribute some grassroots donations to help America first candidates across the country that's TP PAC dot com. We talk with Tyler Boyer about that and the need to reclaim the America first mantle from the ground up. Email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com, get involved with turning point USA at TP USA dot com or email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Buckle up everybody here. We go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job. Building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. I want to lead with this one thing. I have a friend of mine who's a wonderful American from Dallas, whose in real estate, probably one of the top private owners of apartment buildings in the country. And he just said, hey, Charlie, I want you to see these rent inflation crazy numbers. I'm not going to say his name just to, you know, for obvious reasons. But so this is the last 30 movements, okay? So Phoenix, for example, for the last 30, the average prior rent used to be 1325 a month for his and he owns apartment buildings all over Phoenix. Now it's 1693 a month. That means that rent has gone up 27.8% on average in Phoenix. It is last 30 movements. Austin, 23%, San Antonio 21%. Dallas Fort Worth, 18%. North Carolina, 16% Houston 15%. The real inflation rate, I said this the other day, and someone laughed at me, but when they laugh at us, that's how you know we're probably right. I said the real inflation rate is 35%. I said it's right near there. For working people, that's about where it is. If you count gas, you count food, you can't travel. You count all that other stuff. So Andrew and I were talking in the break, he says, I don't know, I don't know, have we peaked too early, Andrew said of Republicans, are we going to be able to sustain this the November? I said, look at these rent numbers. You're trying to tell me people are going to keep the people in charge over this. I don't know, but someone who does know is Richard barris, from the people's pundit, and he's wearing a tie just to make me look bad. Big data polls, Richard barris, Richard. Welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks for having me back. I appreciate it. So a lot to unpack here. Let's start with kind of what happened in Ohio. What does that message send? What is your polling show? How big of a deal is what just happened in Ohio? You know, it's a big deal, Charlie, for the future of the party. The direction of the party, you know, the Trump endorsed candidates outside of JD Vance even did great. There was the first congressional district in Indiana. She won, so, you know, I mean, oh, and by the way, Ohio 9. So that was a race the media definitely was watching and trying to take out, you know, take down the Trump endorsed candidate. He did pull it off and he did incredible in an outside of Toledo, which is where a lot of people thought that Gaborone would do better. You know, so in the end, if you look at where van specifically got his support from, the reason I think a lot of these polls messed up outside of Vance's 100% correct. Outside of Remington, which was pulling for another campaign, they were just wrong. Some of the other public polls didn't really catch Vance's full support because when a pollster does a likely voter model, I suspected this was happening and it did. Those new Trump accounts, they're not really Republicans, Ohio has a lot of them. And they'll tell you, I'm going to vote. I'm likely to vote or I'm certain to vote. But then the pollster will go back and look at vote history and in a primary. If they're not a two out of four voter, meaning they voted in at least two and the last four primaries, they'll get screened out. And because these voters are newly Republican and close primary, they didn't have much vote history and you could see it all over. Mahoning, Youngstown, trumbull, the election day and wood in the northwest, just south of Toledo. That was Trump vote. That is Trump vote. And then Vance did excellent, obviously. In Cleveland, Hamilton county and the suburbs around it. So at the end of the day, it sent a very clear message. The president saw a very strong grip on the Republican Party without a doubt.

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What Is Twitter Anyway?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:20 min | 2 months ago

What Is Twitter Anyway?

"What is Twitter? Many people would use a word to describe Twitter as well, it's a social media application. It's a marketplace of ideas which would be laughable. It used to be. But no, I mean, technically, what is Twitter? Is Twitter and nonprofit? Is it a charitable endeavor? Is Twitter a super PAC? Or is it a company? Now on face value, it looks like Twitter's a company. You can see what it's traded at. You can see its stock price. You can see how many shares are outstanding. You can see all sorts of different information about Twitter. However, it really does beg the question of whether or not it is, actually, a private company because evidence is showing it's actually a different type of thing. The type of thing that we are dealing with is very important. Twitter as we know is enthusiastic to censor political dissidents, we are still suspended from Twitter because we refuse to delete our tweet, Donald Trump has been kicked off Twitter, amongst many others, Tucker Carlson, the Babylon bee. This is all prompted Elon Musk into action. To try and acquire Twitter and we'll get into the latest news around that. But we must study this carefully in case there might be a new type of thing coming onto the scene. Something that is not a for profit company, but something instead that pretends to be a for profit company, but acts like something completely different.

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T. W. Shannon: Democrats Have Made Me Public Enemy No. 1

Mark Levin

02:02 min | 2 months ago

T. W. Shannon: Democrats Have Made Me Public Enemy No. 1

"TW I take it you would be the first African American United States senator from Oklahoma is that right That's right Mark Only bringing that up because I assume the Democrat parties behind you I assume the media are behind you I assume all these groups are behind you Black Lives Matter behind you because that would be historic TW Well actually none of the groups you named are behind me In fact they made me public enemy number one Martin You know anytime you're running against the Washington establishment as an outsider like I am But listen I've never worked in Washington D.C. I don't have the access to PACS and the corporate government teeth that others have what I did when I was Speaker of the House we were formed welfare in Oklahoma We tell people that if you're going to receive benefits from the state you have to work We require to work ethic people to work 20 hours a week If you are going to receive the benefit In fact that model has been copied nationally in other states and even the federal government Republicans have tried it And that made me public enemy number one from the D.C. establishment especially from liberal black groups You know places like Black Lives Matter and excuse me I'm sorry not Black Lives Matter better known as black lying marxists because that's really what they are Those kinds of groups and their worst nightmare because I totally push against the narrative that you can't be successful in this country You can be And if you doubt that Mark if you don't believe me that you could be successful in America Tell me why there are brown and black people trying to get into this country every single day risking life and limb even breaking our laws by coming here illegally because we have a president who won't steal our border and protect Americans When I'm in the United States Senate I will look Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in the face and tell them enough is enough We're going back to the constitution This is the land of systemic opportunity It is not the home assistant racism

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What the Democrats' 2022 Election Spending Tells Us

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:04 min | 3 months ago

What the Democrats' 2022 Election Spending Tells Us

"The political cognitive shanty the insiders have already begun to read the tea leaves on the 2022 election. And one of the journals that is very good in doing this is the national journal. When I was in D.C. many years ago, national journal was mandatory reading, I'm not so much into the inside baseball of day to today politics, so I don't read it anymore, but I spotted an interesting article online Josh crush hour writing about how the Democrats had the Democrats are thinking about the 2022 election. And what crush hour does is he looks at one of the biggest democratic super PACS, which is putting a $100 million into the Democratic Party for the 2022 election. And but the interesting question is, how are they spending and where are they spending? Because when they put a lot of money on a race, it tells you something. It tells you that they know something about that race and this is why they're spending a lot to fight it out. So crush are actually begins by talking about Las Vegas. And he's talking about the city of Las Vegas. Now, the Democrats just did some redistricting in Nevada. And you would think that as a result of the redistricting, they would have protected the three urban seats in Las Vegas. And those seats would be safe. So you wouldn't need to spend a whole lot of money on them, but no, out of the $100 million 11.6 million is going to try to protect three democratic incumbents in inner city Las Vegas and what this means is that the Democrats are worried that Dina Titus Lee and Steven horsford are all going to be swept out of office. This is in a place that Joe Biden won well he won Nevada, but he also won Las Vegas and but he won it closely. And so the point is that this is a sign that the Democrats are not looking good. Even in places where they should be, I should be

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Corporations Go Woke While Not Standing up for Chinese Uighurs

The Larry Elder Show

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Corporations Go Woke While Not Standing up for Chinese Uighurs

"So you're woke inside of the United States of America. You don't care about Uyghur slaves in China, but you're gonna virtue signal and impose your godless values on the rest of us inside of the United States. No thank you, Disney. No thank you. So if you're going to do that, if you're going to go woke like that, you can't call out China, but you're going to try to, you're going to essentially create a super PAC, where you're giving money to programs and nonprofits, if you will, that specifically want to groom our children. No, no, you don't get special privileges anymore. For these world corporations that leave the United States conservatives, I'm sorry. This is a different fight. You have to start thinking differently. If you're going to leave the United States, if you're going to be an anti American corporation, I don't think you should have the same patent protections.

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Gov. Ron DeSantis May Rethink Disney's Privileges in Florida

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | 3 months ago

Gov. Ron DeSantis May Rethink Disney's Privileges in Florida

"On the, went on the offense last night against gifts, Disney, and he started saying, hey, well, listen, you guys have these special privileges as a corporation right here inside of Florida. Maybe we should rethink that. If you guys are going to become a political super PAC in essence, then why don't we rethink that? And that's exactly what Republicans have to start doing. We have to start thinking outside of the box. When these companies as conservatives, this is new territory for us, but you have to understand that people are operating the left, the left and that synonymous, in my opinion, with the Democrat party today, they are operating outside of the constitution. They're operating outside of the box. So we have to start thinking outside of the box, and that's exactly what governor Ron DeSantis is doing. So he's saying, hey, why don't we consider taking away your special privileges since you're going to be a super PAC. And you're going to get politically involved. Yes, you donate to Republicans. Yes, you donate to Democrats, but you know what? You're not a political organization. You're there to entertain children and families and make sure they have a good time. But once you start pressing this transgender nonsense on us, then maybe we need to revoke some of those powers and privileges that you have excellent job governor desantis. This is what more Republicans should do. This is what Republicans should look like. We need more Republicans like governor Ron DeSantis. Where did this transgender

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Mathurin, top-seeded Arizona survive TCU upset bid in OT

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Mathurin, top-seeded Arizona survive TCU upset bid in OT

"Two more teens poster tickets to the Sweet Sixteen after being challenged as top seeded Arizona survived a tenacious TCU within eighty five eighty overtime win behind a season high thirty points from pac twelve player of the year Benedict Matheran and twenty eight points from Christian kalo ko in the west region Texas tech outscored Notre Dame fifty nine fifty three as Kevin banner scored fifteen points and grabbed fifteen rebounds to lead the red raiders to a Sweet Sixteen matchup against Duke on Thursday Philip gone San Diego

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"pac" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

03:31 min | 4 months ago

"pac" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Kind of a fun one. Mick cronin absolutely refuses to not wear suits and him being is he going to be the only one in the conference tournament situation. Yes or no. 11 other coaches, head coaches. Is cronin, the only one rocking the suit and tie. Yeah, I think so. I love it. I love how he's just defiance. It's almost like this is the job where John Wooden was. I'm not gonna disrespect the man or Nell. Love it. I love it too. My final I think I agree with you on the Arizona and their chase for a once as a storyline. That was second on my list. The third one I would throw out here, and I know I was only supposed to pick one, but is there an organ state this year? That is unlikely. If you remember last year, they were ten and ten in pack 12 play during the regular season after being picked 12th in the preseason poll. Ended up winning the PAC 12 tournament just like a magical storyline ended up making a run to the elite 8 knocking off local state along the way. I think it's possible there could be an Oregon state this year and we'll probably hit on that here in just a few minutes, but that is something to watch this year as well. I think the PAC 12 in particular is conducive to that just because of the strength of the pack 12 outside of UCLA and Arizona probably isn't what it is in other power conference leagues. Two more, yeah, absolutely. We're going to get to that and you might be on to something we'll see. So two more. One is tournament adjacent. Andy Enfield, you know, how viable of a candidate is he at Maryland. I don't have any Intel saying this is going to happen. But occasionally you'll have a coach having a good season and this happened with pearl in the middle of the season. But you'll have it like in March where there's some noise behind the scenes. Maybe this coach is a real viable candidate another job and then into the inbox lands a press release from the university. We've restructured coach X's contract and now he signed through the next 7 years at this price, et cetera. USC wouldn't do that because it's a private school, it won't release the details on that because it doesn't have to. Did we get that this week? I don't know if we do or we don't. You know, Andy Enfield has a great job at USC. I remain skeptical that he's going to wind up being the guy at Maryland, but frankly, I'm saying that on March 6th. And by March 22nd, that situation can change in a big way. He took the team to the elite 8 last season. We'll see if you can do something similar this season. So again, not a storyline time to the tournament, but maybe we get a little more noise talked about that as we move along. And then the last one, the PAC 12, by the way, how about this? Talking about jobs. The pack 12 is bad, dude. Obviously, it's disappointing. There is no off season in college football and certainly no off season on the cover three podcast with three episodes per week all through March and April. We're talking spring practice storylines from all across the country. The latest action from the transfer portal and some of the biggest topics in the ever changing world of modern college football. To join me, chip Patterson, along with Tom fren, Danny canal and bud Elliott. We'll give you the latest from spring ball, but we're also having some fun with the NFL Draft. Coach rankings and all kinds of debates surrounding this sport that we know and love. Downloading follow the cover three podcast on Apple podcasts, Spotify, stitcher, Google podcasts, and wherever podcasts.

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"pac" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

07:03 min | 4 months ago

"pac" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Our second conference tournament preview episode. I hope you're liking the change up, by the way, just an occasional one. When I'm opening, it's not Paris and same old same old there on that northlander. I'm joined by Kyle Boone on this conference tournament preview. We're gonna talk pack 12 as we'll get to in just a second. If you have not already listened to the big east tournament one, well, you can wait until after you listen to this one or watch this one. If you're watching on YouTube, welcome on back. We appreciate you. Do hit the like button, feel free to comment, highly appreciative of you. We're trying to get to 5000 subscribers as soon as possible. I don't know if we can get there by selection Sunday, but maybe by the end of the first week of the NCAA tournament. Wait and see on that. We're going to talk to PAC 12. KB is here. Kyle Boone PAC 12 tournament. Details, here's what you need to know. Wednesday to Saturday, in Las Vegas at T mobile arena. Title game will air at 9 o'clock eastern on Fox on Saturday night. So it'll be the biggies tournament into the PAC 12 tournament on Fox on Saturday. And well, it's an intriguing league. We got plenty to touch on with this conference because it's a watchable conference tournament, but some of the reasons aren't necessarily a good reason why it's watchable. Before I queue you up on the question to lead off this episode, Kyle, great to have you. How are you doing, bud? I am doing well. I am very excited to talk about the PAC 12 with my friend Matt norlander. This fine evening. Now, without giving away maybe you're talking points, real quick, why are you excited to talk about the PAC 12? Who wouldn't love to talk about the PAC 12 on a Sunday Night? This is just fantastic. But just a tease, I'm excited about UCLA, a team that I picked, I think at the preseason to go to the final four. I am hoping that will ring true. Arizona has been on a tear, Colorado has been red hot. There's some intriguing storylines out there with this league. It's not a strong year for the PAC 12 overall, but I think there's some intriguing. If you're a hoops head and you've been following the season, the PAC 12 is definitely pretty interesting to follow going into the postseason. All right, so as we record this and we're doing this on Sunday Night, it's going into the feed on Monday, but transparency, obviously. The PAC 12 has not put out it's all league team. The biggie's had for the episode we did. PAC 12 also going to put it's out on Tuesday. And oh, by the way, in a side. The pack 12 is not the only violator of this, but it's the worst. It will put out unless something has changed behind the scenes, and I'm going to wear and I would love to be wrong. It's going to put out a ten man first team. This is a joke. It's happened for years, PAC 12, I'm begging you to stop. Just do a 5 person first. The biggest 6. What are we doing? 5 people. 5 people on a first team, please, I'm begging you. So with that in mind, here are the 5 best players in the PAC 12, according to Ken palm. Three of them play for Arizona. A Jules de Bellas, Ben Mather in Christian coloco. And then Washington's Terrell Brown and UCLA's Jaime Hawkins are the other two. So that's your top 5 per Ken palm. Four more names who I think you're gonna see on that pack 12 all league team when it gets released on Tuesday, you'll have Johnny Jews hang of UCLA. You'll have Colorado jabari walker and I would think that both drew Peterson and Isaiah mobley of USC are going to be on that list. So those are 9 names to know. With that in mind, top story lines. Kabi, it's right to you. Biggest storyline of the pack 12 tournament in your opinion is I've already spoiled it. I think it's UCLA. If you go back a year ago, remember they were one of the last into the NCAA tournament. After going one and done in the PAC 12 tournament and they subsequently made a run to the final four. This year they entered the season as pretty obvious league favorite to win the PAC 12 and have been somewhat overshadowed, I think, by what's happened at Arizona. So UCLA, to me, I think is the biggest storyline and the team that I'm watching besides the obvious Arizona to figure out what they're going to do as the top seed. The bruins are projected for seed right now on Jerry palms, bracketology. This is as of Sunday evening. I think there are a team that no one is really going to want to face in March and I feel like they are pretty well equipped to really put up a fight in the postseason. And we saw that last season with Johnny June kind of catching fire and Jaime Hawkins. And that team just really, they got hot at the right time. They made a run to the final four. I feel like they have similar potential if not even higher potential this year. It hasn't been, you know, maybe like a perfect season for them. They've been a little inconsistent. Obviously we have projected right now as a four seed. So they're not the hottest team in the PAC 12, but I do still think that the ceiling on this team is very, very high. And for that reason, that is why I have them as my top storyline to watch as the tournament starts this week. The thing I would expand on that with UCLA is it's still banged up. So despite having some injury issues, can it maintain its status as a final four threat, right? Because I think it probably needs to make the PAC 12 title game to remain in that conversation regardless if it's on the four line, three line, and if it doesn't take a bad loss right away, it kind of feels like UCLA might be destined to the four line, but despite being a somewhat lower seat, you're just not a one two or three year four. If you're a four, normally you're not considered final fourth, but because UCLA did a season ago, preseason top 5 team, we know it's got the roster to do it. I'll be interested on that. Other storylines to watch. To me, the biggest one is Arizona chasing a one seed and maybe needing to win the PAC 12 tournament to do it. Now again, nothing happens in a vacuum. Important to remember, sometimes your results alone unless you're in a position of authority, so to speak, like Arizona, if it wins out, yeah, of course it's results are going to dictate it. But if you lose, it doesn't necessarily mean you lose the spot on the sea line where you were. It depends on what happens around you. Arizona right now, as we head into the PAC 12 tournament, here's where it sits overall with what is done in its resume. It's second in the net 28 and three, 5 and three in quad one. Gonzaga by comparison, 8 and three, just to get a sense on that. They look at 11 quad one wins. Kentucky's got 8. Even Villanova, which isn't going to be once you get a 7 quad one wins. Now, Arizona is only lost certain quad one. 9 and on quad two, 6 on quad three, 8 zero and quad four and Arizona has played more quad four games than anyone that's in the mix to get a one seed. So that's why I kind of believe it's conceivable that if Arizona lost like if I took a bad loss, maybe it's in danger of losing the one seed. If it gets it by the way, Tom and Lloyd will be the third coach ever to go and be a head coach and get a one seat right away. First season of head coach, previously done at Indiana state. In 1979. And it was done in 1998 with North Carolina and we'll see if we'll see if Lloyd can do it. So that's one to keep an eye out for..

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Donald Trump & Ron DeSantis Would Be a Winning Presidential Ticket

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Donald Trump & Ron DeSantis Would Be a Winning Presidential Ticket

"Big presence at PAC. I mean, a cpac, in fact, in the straw poll, Trump was by far and away the preferred choice for presidential candidate in 2024, desantis was second, and then everybody else, there was just Trump and desantis, and then everybody else at the bottom of the pack. A Trump desantis ticket, I think, would be a winning ticket for a whole bunch of reasons. I'm a Floridian. I watched Ron DeSantis and how he governed and what he says and how he says it. He checks every box. And that

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Why Brandon Straka Created the #WalkAway Campaign

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:27 min | 4 months ago

Why Brandon Straka Created the #WalkAway Campaign

"Right, we don't have Brandon, the strike of the website is Brandon striker dot com STR a K a and then talk to us about your organization the walk away campaign. What did it represent and why did you create it? Yeah. So I started walk away in May of 2018. I launched it as a social media movement essentially at first by creating a 6 minute video where I detailed all of the reasons why I was walking away from the Democratic Party. And I encouraged other people to join the Facebook group that I had created called the walkaway campaign and make their own videos until their own stories about why they were walking away from the Democratic Party as well or liberalism leftism progressivism, socialism, whatever. Whatever you want to call it. And over the course of the next few years, this movement exploded and we had over half a million people that had joined the Facebook group, created walkaway videos are written testimonials and Facebook ultimately banned the group in January of 2021. So we ended up losing that community temporarily. But over the course of those years, it became much more than a social media movement. We created a nonprofit to walk away foundation, a super PAC, the walkaway campaign super PAC. And we started traveling around the country doing minority focused events. We started doing rallies, marches, video content. So this is really becoming an incredible organization, the walkaway

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Canadian Ezra Levant Discusses Trudeau and the Truckers

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 5 months ago

Canadian Ezra Levant Discusses Trudeau and the Truckers

"Talk to me about kind of Canadians in general near view of Trudeau. I mean, has he still popular? Is he still, I mean, it doesn't seem that way, but he calls it a fringe minority. Is that true? Well, it's funny you say that. We have a multi party parliamentary system. So Trudeau won the last election with only 32% of the vote. So it's quite rich for him to say that anyone who criticizes him is a fringe majority when 68% of Canadians who voted didn't vote for him at all. I should say that the latest polls show that the truckers, 32% of Canadians say they see themselves in the truckers. So if the truckers were a political party, they would immediately be at the top of the polls in Canada. So that's a bit of a political earthquake. These truckers, by the way, they weren't organized by any political party. There's no super PAC. They're really not even organized. It's sort of a organic movement. People said, I'll join I'll join. And over the course of time, probably a 100,000 trucks joined. Some came and went somewhat to different parts of the country. And along the roads, maybe a million Canadians went out to see them to wave at them to cheer them on. It was so much so that the Canadian province of Nova Scotia passed a health order. Again, no debate in a legislature just issued an executive order that it is illegal to stand by the road to quote support the trucker convoy. And the word support and trucker convoy are specifically named. So you can go to the side of the road to oppose the trucker convoy. You can go to the side of the road to oppose or support any other thing you want. But the government of Nova Scotia specifically made it illegal to support this trucker

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Majority of Americans Want Biden to Consider 'All Possible Nominees' for Supreme Court Vacancy

The Trish Regan Show

01:31 min | 5 months ago

Majority of Americans Want Biden to Consider 'All Possible Nominees' for Supreme Court Vacancy

"In the meantime, I want to report on this story. You know that the president had promised that he would appoint a female and a black female at that to the Supreme Court. According to a new survey at a Rasmussen, Americans expect them to do that 59% of Americans expect them to do that. But they're not really happy about it. And I'll tell you whether or not that happy about it. Because since when did your gender or your race matter more than your intellect and your capability? This is still the United States of America. And I realize in this woke movement that's in part funded by the likes of super pacs from billionaires that want to spend a $125 million on 2022. This is the problem, right? You've got all this money that's force feeding a set of values and so then it becomes all about your race, your gender, as opposed to your capability, your intellect, et cetera. And so Americans don't like this. Everyday Americans are like, but wait a second. None of that should matter, right? Going back to the words of Martin Luther King Jr., we really should be a colorblind society. We don't want to see race or gender first. We want to see who someone is as a person and yet it's like all you can see because they're making it that way so much that the person that's going to be appointed to the Supreme Court has to be female and has to be black. There's something really, I think just off putting about all of

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Defense leads No. 3 Arizona to 67-56 win over Arizona State

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Defense leads No. 3 Arizona to 67-56 win over Arizona State

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Jan. 6 Committee Subpoenas Trump Jr. Advisers, Ex-White House Official

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:30 min | 6 months ago

Jan. 6 Committee Subpoenas Trump Jr. Advisers, Ex-White House Official

"His Liz Cheney, weaponizing this January 6th committee. It's a special kind of evil. Do you hear what she's doing? You hear what they're doing on that January 6th committee? They've sent a subpoena to three advisers to the Trump family, Andrew Charlie and Arthur Schwartz, who advised Donald Trump Jr. and Ross rush Worthington who played a role in drafting Trump's speech on January 6th. Each of them have been handed a subpoena. Now, one of them, he is advising the Wyoming, the Wyoming values political action committee in support of Cheney's primary challenger Harriet Hagen. This guy had, according to the Washington, the federalist, this guy had zero involvement with The White House riots or protest during the time period that the rally was being organized. This charade guy Andrew Serra was overseeing a super PAC in support of Republican Senate candidates in Georgia. Charade is a close friend, according to his attorney, charades a close friend to Donald Trump Jr. and is running a super PAC that opposes the reelection of one of the members of the committee. I'm talking to you Liz Cheney. That's

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Is It Time to Publicly Finance Our Elections? Rep. Matt Gaetz Shares His Thoughts

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 6 months ago

Is It Time to Publicly Finance Our Elections? Rep. Matt Gaetz Shares His Thoughts

"I'm not supportive of this. I'm open minded to it. I see upsides and downsides. Is it time to publicly finance our elections? I am not a fan of that because I don't believe that taxpayers think that money should be like taken from them involuntarily to fund the ambitions of politicians. And I don't think it's necessary. I am regularly one of the top fundraisers in the Congress, and I don't believe I've asked anyone for a check in four years. And it's because in the mail and online, people give 25 $50. Donald Trump revolutionized revolutionized small dollar giving on the Republican side. It was really something that didn't exist on the Republican side. So you would cap the limit maybe, you'd say like, hey, a $1000 limit. No PAC money. I'm trying to think how I want to publicly shame the people that I know. But let's be honest, what from a policy standpoint needs to change, right? Because it's an attitude that has to change. Because you're not going to get the policy change otherwise, Charlie. They're not going to do it. They are so addicted to that pack and special interest money. And it is gross. Well, let's walk through how it works, right? So you have like Citibank, the city bank can't give money to a politician, but they can start a pack. And so city bank can give a bunch of money in the pack and give you like 10,000 bucks or whatever. But then also Citibank can hire lobbyists and then those lobbyists can write personal checks. And then that's right. And then they can hire lobbyist firms. And the lobbyists firms can do fundraisers for you with other and then the firms have their own firm payment. That's exactly their clients because that's another flow. And then they can give to the national Republican congressional committee. Which leadership fund, which is give you credit for it. Hey, I'm going to go to the Republican Party and I'm going to write a $10,000 check. And I want that to be credited to my good friend, congressman Gates, congressman, whom. And then they could also go to the super pacs that are created outside of the orbit and write a $5 million check. Is that correct? Yeah. But you know, you know what my approach is? Bring it

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Carlos Tejada, Deputy Asia Editor for the Times, Dies

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:32 min | 6 months ago

Carlos Tejada, Deputy Asia Editor for the Times, Dies

"The story of the day is this. Not that this happened, but how it was covered. The deputy Asia editor of The New York Times Carlos tejada. I know you know all about this. I just didn't know if you would think I would make that the top story of the day. Carlos sahade was the deputy Asia editor of The New York Times. He was stationed in Seoul Korea. And he died on Friday at a hospital in Seoul. He was 49 and completely healthy to the best of our knowledge. This is The New York Times coverage. Ready? His wife, Nora teha, said the cause was a heart attack. All right. Cause was a heart attack. This is from biz PAC review. What is the. Orientation of bish review? Centrist is such a thing as a centrist site. Okay. New York Times editor 49 dies of heart attack one day after posting that posting that he got his booster shot. Carlos to how to deputy Asia, Asia editor for The New York Times, reportedly died from a heart attack one day after receiving the Moderna booster shot. According to his social media account to how the previously received two Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine shots. In breaking the story, locked down and vaccine skeptic, Alex berenson, himself an ex times reporter, who was permanently banned from Twitter, and is now suing the platform as a result, asserted the following on his substack page. On December 16th in Seoul, South Korea, to how to receive a Moderna mRNA slash LNP booster. No clinical trials have ever been conducted to examine the safety or efficacy of mixing various types of these vaccines, and Carlos did not give informed consent as the consent form was in Korean, a language he could not read.

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"pac" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

02:08 min | 9 months ago

"pac" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"With an opportunity now to not only make a final four run again, but an opportunity to win the national championship. And as you talk about, as we think about UCLA, we've not been able to say that very confidently over the last several years and there were even some questions about what's Mick cronin the right guy for the job. Well, I think all those questions have been dispelled now, Bill. They'll be one of the best teams in the country throughout the year. And as Jay Bill said last week, we're going to talk about those guys and a lot over the course of this season. Well, once again, Seth, we talk about fonts being an incredibly nice guy and he's steals what I was going to say because my storyline was UCLA and only UCLA because the PAC 12 has really good teams and it's going to be a good league. But to me, the story is going to be UCLA. Mick cronin has gone in there when honestly, when he got the job from Cincinnati, I was thinking, I thought I grew up there in the shadow of Westwood and by I don't know how if he's gonna like this or if it's gonna be a great fit. And he's been awesome. Yes. And you know, I tease I tease me all the time and have since he was at Murray state about his size. I don't know if you guys have noticed, but I'm a lot bigger than my kids. So whenever I do like a speaking engagement or something, he's there, I make fun of how small he is. And so I'll tell you a little story about this. So when he was a Cincinnati, we McDonough and rafter and I were coming in to practice one day. And I'd always tease my about inch for being the best coach in America inch for inch and all this stuff. And the only coach in America who's bobblehead doll is actual size. And so when I come into the arena, he had had a headache that day, so his trainer is giving him a couple of aspirin. And he was taking putting the aspirin down with a tiny little cup of water. And as soon as I walked in, he's holding this tiny little cup. He goes, oh my God, you're the last guy that needed to.

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"pac" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

03:35 min | 9 months ago

"pac" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"Step outside and he could shoot the basketball, but a smaller guy on him. He's just he's a killer now in a low block with this physicality and his bounce off the floor and finished with either hand around the rim. So I know that they've made some great additions on the perimeter, but I thought Joey brah bringing him in. If he could be healthy, gives them a bit more depth across the front line. They'll be very good in their front court. The question to me will be how do their guards perform? But Ohio State, I would put in the top 5, but the question I have is, are they significantly better than Michigan state will be or Maryland will be? And so, but, you know, there's part of this that doesn't really matter because 7 or 18s at least are going to go to the incidentally tournament. So where they finish in there in an unbalanced schedule is just how good are they going to be? And lid gives them a chance. Like he's a Big Ten player of the year challenge player. Yes. And to be, you know, he was two times Illinois, state player of the year in high school, last guy to do that was jabari partner before him. So he is legit. He uses space really well. But their guards have to perform at a high level. That's really going to be the issue because they lost some good guards. Yeah. You mentioned Maryland. And obviously he's going to give him a inside scar, but that it frees up out to Scott to play his natural position. Yeah. Which, you know, he's another guy that he's a tough between him. Scott and Ayala, those are two really tough, tough matchups. In fact, Russell can orchestrate a defense because you can score, but also give up a little bit of himself. I agree with you, Jay. I think Maryland has a chance to be good. So how many NCAA target teams? Big Ten. 7 8 8. I'm sorry. I had 8, but I said, I'm gonna say northwestern sneaks in his number 9. You know, just kind of going, I got Illinois Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan state, Ohio State Purdue, all right. I actually have Rutgers who we didn't mention who supposedly had a secret scrim the other day played berbero gets going over. I don't know how secret it was though. Secrets out now. And maybe not question. You guys pretty much the same. It's just a question of how many how many quality games northwestern wins, you know, the non conference and then they back it up in the conference and get in the tournament. I mean, it's going to be very difficult in that league. I mean, one of the great things about the big town is you've got a lot of high value targets throughout the course of the year. And then one of the bad things is you got so many good teams. You got to play this high value targets and beat you. And if you get beat up and on a rough path, you know, go through a rough patch. You can stay with it for a while. But I still think it's, I mean, I think it's going to be the best league in the country again this year. Yes. But but they were the best league last year and look what a net of them. A whole lot of knot on it. So they got to play better in the postseason. All right, PAC 12. Bonds, what's your storyline? Looks. It has to my mind starting in with UCLA. I mean, you're talking about a team that I mean they were a first four team that made a run to the final four last year. I mean, historic in terms of those implications and they bring all 5 of.

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"pac" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

03:34 min | 10 months ago

"pac" Discussed on College Football Live

"Presented by buffalo wild wings. Stop me if you've heard this before. But we've got coastal chaos. That's the acc coastal. That is at once again. who knows. Here are the standings after week. One virginia tech earned its first conference win of the season with a win over. Unc in their opener. While georgia tech and miami also lost their non-conference openers. Pit and virginia were able to find themselves in the win column. The coastal division is always a spin of the roulette will. I'll ask you who you have your eye on this week as we make forward progress if you will actually a game all be involved in calling and that is is. They take on tennessee in knoxville. This weekend i know it's not a conference game. But with some of the heat that the acc taken off of the first weekend where we see the coastal sitting right now. What a great accomplishment it would be for. Patent are doozy in the boys to go in knoxville in a hostile environment with a veteran team. Come away with a w and now all of a sudden you've got tremendous momentum as you continue to head into your acc slate. This things now up for grabs harry. This is an opportunity for pit to take the next step with their program by the way with a quarterback that feels like he's been there for ten years yet lose it. I'm also going with another non conference game going with miami against app state. I want to see how miami kind of comes back from getting shoved into a locker by alabama. You're good back out of that locker. And you know app states. Not necessarily as big of a bully as alabama is by any stretch. But they're not a wheat team. This is a team. That's turning seventeen. Starters they finish nine three last year. They had some tough losses during the season. But this top of the sunbelt conference is a good handful of teams when you talk about a coastal. We've talked about app state and we talk about louisiana so i wanna see how miami comes out against this apps team. They're strong they're not sneaking up on anybody anymore. So how do you come out forgetting battered and bruised by the tide. I tell you what. I had the last game that miami played against upstate and boone and miami wounded wounded the mountaineers. But there's no question harry. They cannot allow alabama to beat them twice. They better be prepared to beat out. State all right guys. We're going to play a little game. Now that i would never play with my family and they're playing with most people anyway and that's called. Tell me i'm wrong. okay. I'm going to make a statement that i think you could certainly make an argument for you. Tell me if i'm wrong. And we'll start with this. Alabama guys is as good if not better than they were last season. Harry tell me i'm wrong. You're wrong and i think that honestly this is a compliment to just how great alabama nick sabin are the fact that we can even ask this question because that was one of the all time. Great teams that we saw out of alabama last year. And obviously they came out. They just beat up miami on saturday. I do think that we are going to see a continually great alabama team right like there reload in their good is better than everybody. Else's year in year out so i think that they could get there at some point. But we're looking at an alabama team. That just lost i. I believe ten guys the nfl draft you talk about devante. Smith mag jones a bunch of guys who were going to be watching on sundays after we enjoy college football on saturdays. But i don't know that we're there yet. This is going to be an alabama team. That is going to look a lot more like a traditional nick. Sabin alabama team defense. First offense second..

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"pac" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

01:45 min | 10 months ago

"pac" Discussed on College Football Live

"Since the f. b. s. fcs split in nineteen seventy eight the pac twelve. That's an understatement. Recording six not conference losses on saturday tied for the most non conference losses on a single day in the ap poll era that started by the web in nineteen thirty six. The bad news. Yeah that wasn't it well. It doesn't get any easier up. Next for oregon. That would be ohio state. The buckeyes happened to be nine ano- all time against the ducks oregon currently of fourteen point underdog and on deck for washington a trip to the big house week. One wasn't pretty for the huskies. While the defense was okay you could even argue solid. They managed just seven points against fcs montana and that game was at home. Luke's work with me on this. Because the obvious answer is they have to win but outside of that. What does the pac twelve have to do in week. Two to make a statement and shake off. Whatever happened in their season openers. I think in some in some way shape or form both oregon and washington have to find a way to win and maybe win in somewhat of a convincing fashion. The challenge in all of this is you. You don't just go into the match up with your own expectations. You seem to carry the way to the entire conference on your shoulders. And that's a heavy heavy burden for both washington and oregon and the reality is that nothing cures more woes than winning. That's it if you win you. Silence the critics. And that's what has to happen this weekend for the pac twelve to regain some stability listen sees shroud. Got the job done but you know struggled a.

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"pac" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

04:38 min | 11 months ago

"pac" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Textures on the pac. Twelve think about as far as wanting to expand we get an announcement. Just got an announcement. So it's all all the taxes are great but the pac twelve just came out and said no. We're not adding any more teams because we have to change pac twelve to the pack thirteen or that. You can't do that. You can't do that colds. Although most conferences don't change the ad teams. They just keep it together. Which is very confusing. The a lot of fun. Here's what they said following a consultation with our presidents chancellors and athletic directors. The pac twelve conference has made the decision to not pursue expansion of our membership at this time. This decision was made following extensive internal discussion and analysis and is based on the current competitive strength and cohesiveness of our twelve universities. It is also grounded in our confidence in our ability as a conference to best support our student athletes and to grow and thrive both academically athletically. Okay i'll be. This is what it is. You're having conferences freak the hell right out kkob's because there are looking at the big twelve. They're looking at the sec and We gotta do something we we add more teams. Maybe we say hey. Cc ten years wanna be friends. Let's be friends. Come here hug it out all right. What does that mean. I don't know anything but we're going to help. Each other somehow was play. You guys you play us. We'll have a fun time doing it. It's a big. It's a big year. This is a big year for college football and we talk about the pressure. I like i like it when there's pressure to win games. I mean it doesn't get much more pressure filled this sea issue. You have to win if you wanna get invited to the party at some point if this is what happens if we andrew bogusch from cbs. Sports radio on a couple weeks ago and he said hey. This is going to happen. Don't win but it's going to happen..

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"pac" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:45 min | 11 months ago

"pac" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Pac 12 and a. C C. Are announcing an alliance. Uh, real quickly. Raheem Mostert, who was supposed to be with us earlier is going to join us in our next segment. Our rundown changed a bit, but the San Francisco 49 ers are up next on our training camp two a days. Their outstanding running back where he most erred, uh, is going to join us in our very next segment. But back to the original lead of this hour, the Big 10 Pac 12 and a. C C announced an alliance. This is interesting because we could have seen it coming from a mile away. Just to give a little bit of a background on what's been going on in college sports. Um, I'll start with some legal things. We saw the, uh, N C double a verse Austin case, which basically said that student athletes are now allowed to have the same benefits. That regular students can have, which is a significant change, so paid internships and other types of academic advantages. Money's etcetera are now available to student athletes, which just change how the N C double A, UM, has purview over the the the actions of student athletes, and they're in the in the schools. We saw the N I l happened. Name, image and likeness. Legislation was passed universally for all colleges and universities by the N C. Double A, which basically said alright, free branding. It's you. You own your brand. You can do whatever you want with it, and we've seen ridiculous amounts. Of monies being thrown at student athletes, You know, just the football players and some of the Olympic sports as well. Basketball, women's men's and winds, etcetera. We have seen, uh, the expansion or potential expansion of the college football playoff. Now we thought for a long time this was going to sit on the back burner. For years and actually never happen. But the SEC led by Greg Sank, E championed the expansion of the college football playoff from currently four teams to potentially 12. All these things are happening. The N C. Double A is kind of losing a little bit of control. They're sitting out and the middle of the country and not saying anything is all of these changes are happening around, uh, the school in college sports. And then about a month and a half ago, we got one of the biggest blockbusters that we could ever think of. In an off season for college football, but really just college sports When the University of Texas and Oklahoma a petition to leave the big 12 now it was originally viewed as, um Like it was going to be resisted by the SEC, Texas A and M and Missouri. These teams that that really want to, you know, controlled Texas that have teams in Texas. They would they would push back against this. There's no way that they're going to let this happened but blowing behold. When it came to vote to the SEC. What happens? It's unanimous. Yes. EC led by Greg Spanky bring his name up on purpose again. For a reason. Universally accept this and they get all of the other schools to buy in. Even if some of those schools like Texas A and M and Missouri are not happy about it, and all of a sudden we have a Super Conference and the N C double. Ah, it's still sitting quiet while the SEC goes to 16 schools and the big 12 Which was only 10 now goes to eight. Starting in 2025. They're about ready to be put on life support. The big 12. I mean, they actually already on life support, as other teams are also starting to look for potential ways to exit now. That's not happened yet. And But if you're West Virginia or your Kansas or you're one of these other schools that have some major programs that maybe not football, but basketball and others You. You you You don't want to be stuck on the sinking ship, which the big 12 feels like. But the real consequence of all of this is that the other power five conferences, including the Big 10, which based on a yearly monetary basis, is the most powerful even though we know the SEC is the biggest one as it pertains to football, But the big 10 makes the most money. The Pac 12, which has constantly been in rumors for expansion, because there are only 12 and I'm 14 like the A. C. C, Uh maybe they could go to 16 and the A C C itself, which has, you know, fantastic basketball brands. But when it comes to football, you know, with no disrespect to all the all the great universities out there, including my alma mater. It's Clemson and everybody else when it comes to football, and so, although those three the A C C The Pac 12 and the Big 10 realized that when Greg Sang Kee decided to Expand or push for expansion of the college football playoff. And then grab Oklahoma and Texas and throw them into the SEC that essentially, they're saying, we want the the playoff the college football playoff to be 12 teams, and you know what? We're going to put six of those teams in the From the SEC in there, Get Alabama and get L s u if they get back to form the two previous national champions, Georgia is going to be a pretty good school. Maybe Florida. Dan Mullen gets it back together up there. Then you got Texas hopeful they come back with Steve Sarkeesian, putting in a new type of offense and system. That he's ripping straight from the pages of his stint in Alabama and Oklahoma who's constantly in college football playoff itself. The SEC wants six of the 12. It's a massive power play by the SEC. You humongous and by extension, at least in some people's minds, ESPN as well. What's called what, which controls the college ball playoffs and is taking over. The relationship that Monnet the media relationship with the SEC in the next couple of years, and so it feels it feels it is a massive power play. And so the A. C C in the Pac 12 and the Big 10 have no choice but to respond. Now I originally had thought and I think a lot of people have thought this. Well, this This just creates an opportunity to make super conferences. So you know, kudos, you know, to the death metal with big 12. Right. They can go away. We'll have four super conferences. The SEC was 16 teams, the C They'll grab a couple, maybe West Virginia and another one. They'll have 16 teams. Hopefully get Notre Dame to join full, You know, full bore the big the big 10. They can add a couple teams..

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"pac" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:20 min | 11 months ago

"pac" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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"pac" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling

Notsam Wrestling

02:32 min | 11 months ago

"pac" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling

"Yeah i know you know. They call him the kamikaze kid. But he's the lightning kiss. No yeah yeah. That's what the was my for. The first time i came out into the manhattan center. I forget if it was i. Forget if it was curtis used or matt born squash be i but anyways the first time i came out then sending anybody knew who i was a whole new. Was we chant my name. He's like it's new york and it's the manhattan the smartest fans in existence and. You're on television on television every every single day. That's what people don't realize is that. Gw was on monday through friday on espn. Like three or four o'clock in the afternoon so like you get home from school and you'd watch it. Plus the after banks relate everything back then so like were you. I was happy before. Gw f. i was happy because pwa had its own set her ratings in the ratings minnesota promotion. Yeah that jerry. And i worked for. That's true i forgot about that. I would read all does top tans. And i would know any of the names but you'd read like all of them. I mean i remember when the pwi five hundred came out. You'd read every single name in thing because you'd be like i don't know who all these guys are especially anybody in the top two hundred. I need to go figure out who these people are well specifically like in the pwa rankings. I was really excited because there would be like sheikh adnan on. Casey are some other name that you've heard of that name. Extend with mine right. You know so gave me credibility. I'm a real pro wrestler instant credibility of you based on like your name placement list. A photo you could have fans before they ever saw you wrestle. So you're aware that when you when you be at shows and you'd see photographers specifically like was that wasn't that i wasn't that savvy But i was like as far as like being out there and going. Hey you know like yeah. I learned more that from scott hall. Really yeah we would do that. For like george napolitano the japanese photographers. And you know we would always you could see it on. tv. Sometimes i we would just go to them. Yeah bill otten. I'm bill but he was a florida photographer. Yeah for the japanese magazines. General.

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"pac" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling

Notsam Wrestling

06:59 min | 11 months ago

"pac" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling

"There's a cool factor to adam. Close cool and i think that all of that is stuff that you could right now. Infused the main roster with all of that is stuff that the main roster could use not to say that. There's anybody there that's not supplying that but i think adam cole is very different from what's going on with a lot of the main roster right now and. I think that it could put on a fresh coat of paint. The drawback is adam cole. Sides they go well historically. Wwe is the land of the big men and it would appear if watch the show that that's the direction they're moving back in you know. Roman reigns pretty big guy but over on raw. Bobby lashley is a monster. He's been feuding with drew mcintyre. Who's a monster almost is setting up. You're looking at the. Nfc breakout tournament is it. Monsters are everywhere we finally got apollo crews on top of the world. but he's got a monster by side. There's lots of monsters and you're going. How does adam cole measure up to that. Because adam cole is not the biggest guy in the world. And i sit there. And i i look at shawn. Michaels in the new generation and the narrative is that hulk hogan left. Wwe and shaw michaels brad. Hart came in and they change. Wwe but that's not true when you really think about it and not a lot has been said about this. Because i don't think sean said that much about it. Because he so such good friends with kevin nash with diesel but realistically speaking shawn michaels brought kevin nash into the wwe shawn. Michaels was ready to be at that. Next level shawn michaels was ready to be the guy to put the company on his back. Shaw michaels was ready to have opponents like bread. Hart and bret hart in the same way. But sean brought in diesel and in a year diesel was the top. Wwe he was also the biggest guy in wwe and sean became secondary to diesel. Not the other way around and as much shawn had to be like well. I'm glad that the person on top of the company is one of my guys. I'm glad to be there. I'm glad that this is happening for my friend. And it doesn't put me in the worst position in the world. He also there had to be a part of him. It was being driven crazy by this. You gotta be kidding me again. In order to get consideration for that top spot. I have to find me a giant to bring in here and do that. the whole. it was a year a year. I took a about a year for diesel to win the title less less than a year actually and then a year of him with the title before finally they put it back on brett and finally somebody like shawn. Michaels could be the wwe champion. So there's there's that whole part of the new generation that was running on diesel power and that was not. Hey let's put the small guys over. That was look big. Diesel is we can have him fights it and the undertaker guys like that. I think adam. Cole is almost a throwback from that era. I see a lot of shawn michaels in adam cole. I see a lot of bread. Hearten adam cole. To to tell you the truth just somebody who the normal rules don't necessarily apply to because he brings so much to table. I think adam colby very successful on the main roster. I know a lot of people are cynical. I think adam. Cole is going to be very successful on the main roster. And i think that's where you're gonna see them pop up you know. I think annexed he is going to be changing personally. I think that is what the releases that went down this week. Tell us while smackdown was on the list came out via various wrestling journalists and whatnot. The list that we got people who were released from an xt were referee. Stephen smith ari sterling kona reeves that kharaia smith giant san jere asher. Hail tyler. rust. Jake atlas mercedes martinez leon rough bobby fish and bronson read not to me biggest surprise there was bronson read because i mean up until this came out. I think we all assume that bronson read was going up to the main roster. He was just north american champion. He just had a big match with adam cole. Like even though he doesn't have the title on any anymore it seemed like an x t were. Were pushing him like it's an. Nf feels like when annexed is pushing somebody especially like bronson read. It's because okay. I think this guy has a bright future within wwe. So i don't know what could have changed the put bronson read on the chopping block on bobby. Fish surprises me a lot. You know not necessarily. Because i thought he was going to go to the main roster and become the wwe champion. But i felt like having bobby fish in your system is always going to be a good thing. You know. when you've got young guys who can be around somebody like bobby. Fish learned from fish from his years of experience. And then also have matches with bobby fish and be in the ring with somebody who's working at that level. I think that's a very good thing to something that is supposed to be a developmental territory. Which again we're gonna get into in a minute Tyler russ surprise me because diamond. Mine is actively on television. But to tell you the truth. I don't think that this says i mean diamond. Mine can still be malcolm givens in rodrick strong. You know i don't. I don't think that this slows down diamond. Mine to tell you the truth jake. Atlas a huge shame. Every all of it is a huge mercedes. Martinez i think is pretty shocking. I think mercedes. Martinez has a lot of those qualities that Bobby fish does well where mercedes martinez maybe doesn't end up on the main roster maybe does but maybe doesn't and maybe instead just becomes one of those learning trees that people can sit under just because she's been in the business for so long and has done so much and is so good you know. I don't think there was ever a time when mercedes martinez was on television. That you didn't get the sense that she was a big deal. Leeann rough. i'm bummed out about leeann. Rough is one of those atypical guys. That i felt like almost could've been a second coming of the one two three kid. Maybe not a full on. Sean waldman because i mean and we'll talk to experts momentarily but sean waldman is like a once in a lifetime once in a blue moon talent. I'm more talking about the character. The one-two-three there was something leeann. Ralph is so small and takes bumps so well and is so likable that there was just something about him. When he was carrying the north american championship on annexed..

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"pac" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"pac" Discussed on College Football Live

"State both on that saturday. Alger williams is on the ground in los angeles at pac twelve media day. Alison hello and certainly timing. Is everything and as these coaches stepped up to the mike today no doubt they were asked about the potential changes in the south eastern conference. What's been the response. Yeah it was definitely a topic of conversation here. Wendy but honestly it just felt more celebratory than anything today coaches and players so excited to be back in person for media day. It's not just kind of the unofficial start of the season but it's a return to a normal season so there was a really upbeat vibe here today now. Of course the news that has dominated. This sport is the news of oklahoma and texas and new pac twelve commissioner. George khalikov addressed the media and he spoke in part about how this could potentially impact the pac twelve stable highly successful and well positioned membership with a high bar to entry given our investments in football and men's basketball and our historic domination of other sports. We do not think expansion is required to continue to compete and thrive. that's a the fallout from texas. And oklahoma gives us an opportunity to once again consider expansion. And we've already had significant significant in down interest for many schools. We will work with our presidents and chancellors to evaluate these opportunities. He went on to say that he didn't see any detriment to stain at twelve teams in the conference that it wasn't necessary to expand say strong and stable within the college athletics landscape but he did say they would evaluate all alternatives in a timely manner. So we'll have to see what sort of ripple effect this news with. Texas and oklahoma oklahoma has throughout college football. Wendy talk about baptism by fire. Welcome to the job here. We go jump. Jump right in speaking of which washington state head coach nick role of. It's not in los angeles today. And the reason he has chosen not to have the covert vaccine. Allison i know he was asked about that. What do you have to say. Yeah he prepared a statement for the media in which she addressed the fact that he attended this media day. Virtually from pullman. He said his decision not toback. Sony is a personal choice and his reasons for doing that will remain just that personal. He did want to reiterate though that he absolutely supports the vaccination efforts taking place in the state which has one of the highest vaccination rates in the country. He said he fully encourages all his players and staff to be vaccinated. If that is their choice it was not the choice for him. He also said he plans to adhere to all rules whether it's state local or within the conference regarding being on vaccinated going forward it's worth noting. The pac twelve did not have a mandate within the conference that everyone be vaccinated but to a ten pack twelve media day. They did require all coaches players and staff to be nick rovic. Vich is not. He was not going to try and make it seem like he was here for any other reason than that so his reasons are personal. He's choosing to keep them that way but because of that he did attend this event virtually and he also said it has not been any sort of distraction for his players wendy. He's really relied on his leadership council to get feedback from their players. And make sure they're all on the same page regarding the vaccination status of him and his entire team alison thank. You don't go too far. I know we'll be back in los angeles shortly because there's a number of marquee names taking.

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"pac" Discussed on PerfBytes

PerfBytes

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"pac" Discussed on PerfBytes

"There's a some of your regular pack folks here but on this page i gotta send you a rock and roll picture for what i see. We have a few returning members She will said Stephan scott is the andy Stain shepherds Are inder yup also. I see roman tone up returning. Sorry go this indices events. i wanted to To bring some some a new dimension to the event itself at because from the previous events. You're pretty much focused on load How you a pipeline. How you could analyze your test results. I mean everything related performance load testing anything today. I mean we are so close to developers into the code into things that i thought that. Why don't we bring as well. The the the application the code perspective as well. so that's why we have a couple of new speakers In in the pac has you mentioned we have a lot of unknown. A pack members that are will be there to iraq on stage and we have a through that recommendation of civil people from network taras So greedy we'll be here talking about more on on a coding concept on on the and we also have a don't spark off who will also talk about how we will is the code so what a presentation that will pretty much dedicated to a more on the code psyched out for developers and then go more traditional performance engineering at presentations I mean the steffano from thomas will cover no the tuning optimization We we have andy. We'll talk about captain skepticism framework. Can we just mentioned What picture andy. You gotta go to the website. I just a good shout out to the website if you search for notice pack. Pac or notice dot com performance dash advisory council. What is in these picture with the vacuum cleaner. Some sort of freddie mercury enemies to spray. It is definitely suits him. I i liked the style. And he with the older lockdown situation leandro. You're here in person. He made a pretty ghassem joffe picture. I was kinda mma yet but it's more like performance art kind of thing exactly. Oh yeah metal. Almost go style performance Heavy heavy bare metal as you were saying. Yeah but yeah yeah try to roka little Get some makeup early style of well. Heavy style of the performance but And looking a little bit a topic of pipelines Can the basic but they wanted to go when play some tunes surrounded. 'cause i've seen many organizations that Clueless on how to pull that off in terms of performance low tests.

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"pac" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"pac" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

"But there are bigger issues at play and we can debate whether they should be bigger issues or not but we're talking about economics in. Business. And what's going on in business and economics is especially with the NFL they've determined that health and safety is A. Strong priority, but it certainly is not the only priority or maybe the top priority because as I've said throughout the off season, the NFL is forging ahead. They're not gonNA shut down a fifteen billion dollar business. There's just no way they're going to do that. And less than absolutely have to when we talk about mass infections. Obviously, we've seen some infections in baseball. They pursue persevere with games postponed with some teams only played five or six games teams at played sixteen seventeen games, and somehow fitted in that obviously becomes much more logistically difficult. For the NFL if they had to shut down a game when they fit it in what about the other team? How do they fit in their schedule yelling play so many times because of. The stress physically of the game. Going to be difficult. With all this leads me to is the ranch for the week about college football because it was a stunner to me. That the business sports, which I say always wins. Did Not win with two major college conferences. Now, last week, we had Andrew Cooper on an athlete in the PAC twelve, who was one of the student leaders challenging the PAC twelve, not so much about playing but about making it safe in a lot of different ways of course, having some financial interests. Now We talk about the PAC twelve following the big ten in saying, no, we're not doing it. were. Not Playing football. Now, we're talking about to the biggest five conferences in in college football which. For people who don't understand tremendous amount of money. A tremendous amount of money and I'll get to those numbers in minute. But I was shocked because I thought the big ten PAC twelve who had already released conference only playing schedules..

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"pac" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

The Darren Smith Show

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"pac" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

"Oh Yeah and I've tried to call out every time I see somebody stout off whether it's you know time bomb or get up or you know different platforms talking about you. Know everybody can leave from the pack. Twelve and people are gonNA transfer if they don't play or they're not gonNA play and I haven't read every coach in this conference. Two weeks ago You know we had kind of virtual media day. Were three coach at a time and talk about this stuff and talk to him about them in preparing for those interviews and then the reality of it is and this is the truth and everyone in the morning with the power five commissioners and they all get together the conference leading the dialogue very clearly. Very clearly is is the PAC twelve and Larry's why because of things like Stanford Washington Ucla etc Arizona. You look at these schools. And they're the leading research institutions. They're the ones finding and seeking answers to what's going on in this and they're the schools that are part of our conference so when I would hear other reporters or.

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"pac" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"pac" Discussed on KOMO

"Pac twelve basketball tournament championship pac twelve conference instructs athletes and coaches not to have organized activities through may thirty first but they will be allowed to have virtual meetings and instructional videos during that physical distancing sports updates attended forty after the hour bill Schwartz come on here and to come on news time now for eleven the that nineteen has left singer songwriter John Prine in critical condition ABC's Jason Nathanson joining us on the common Newsline some heartbreaking news Jason sure yeah this thing are known for is folk country songs that are often have social commentary and and humorous as well he is in critical condition from what we understand and not doing well you've been diagnosed with COPD in nineteen he is on a ventilator from what we understand that's what his family said so we'll we'll try to who will hopefully you know people's thoughts and prayers are out there for him but he's just one of many stars from the music world who we found out over the past couple days who have it or who have died is this kind of rips through the country who else are you hearing about well over the weekend we also lost Joe Diffie who was a very popular country guy from the from the nineties he had a bunch of hits in the nineties almost iconic guy influenced a lot of people he was name checked in recent years by Jason Aldean Chris young in various songs he died over the weekend he was just sixty one years old we found out on Friday that he had corona virus and then on Sunday we learned that he had died from complications of code nineteen and he was in Nashville when that happens and so and also Alan Merrill who co wrote I love rock and roll he died as well he was sixty nine and we had found out I I believe over the weekend that he had a code nineteen and then his daughter said that he died from complications of it in New York and Jones added also posted on Facebook that she was a just crushed by the news and that she hopes the passage to the other side is easy I saw that Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are back in the states yes there they are back they are either they are recovering right now and apparently doing pretty well she had posted something about how this has been the five year anniversary of her battle with cancer and she's five years cancer free now and that also coincides with the fact that she and Tom Hanks are back in the states after battling drug virus they were in Australia when they came out one day he was filming a movie there and she was with him but that they're back and they're doing fine now and it's it's you know it's been not the easiest thing in the world but they've been okay their symptoms were extreme like some of these other cases that we stand ABC's Jason Nathanson thank you Jason a Lisa correct me but when we were watching Joan Jett with hard at the Tacoma dome last summer wasn't the composer of I love rock and roll there I thought he was in the band there are these parties I think I think you're right yeah for what a shame I know this is so this is really ripping through all cross sections of life so many in the entertainment industry people from ABC NBC CBS I mean people in the media and lawmakers it it's amazing that you know the this virus does not discriminate companies time for fourteen overdue to America for a check on our our combat traffic.

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"pac" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"pac" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Impeachment process with quote his words grossly partisan and said his testimony had he made it it would have made no difference worn flip flopping on accepting corporate PAC money she said she would now she says she will because she needs it this is the only two candidates who can basically go the way without getting more donors and that's Bernie Sanders because he has all these relative collecting all this money online he can go all the way to the convention of course Michael Bloomberg can no matter the beating that he took on that debate stage by the way you can try our podcast for just ninety nine cents for the first month just go to my website Larry elder dot com also check out my weekly column I talk about black history month of how the role played by Arab and Muslim slavers in the African slave trade freely discussed about discussed and I talk about in my column so check out also while you're there make sure you follow us on Facebook and on Twitter and on Instagram one more thing about the left as he was on that program called left right left right and center on NPR he said that if Bernie Sanders come to the convention and he has more delegates than anybody else even he doesn't have the majority of them he doesn't get the nomination he said he can stay with him he's talking about the Bernie Sanders Bernie Bros as they call them he said they will sit out the election for some percentage of them were actually vote for Donald Trump so you tell me how they are going to be this man his approval ratings are sitting at forty nine percent and Gallup his highest ever Obama's at the same juncture in his last full year of his first term sitting at forty five percent and Obama went on to an electoral landslide the economy is walking or ninety percent of people say they're happy never been that high how is it that ninety percent of people say they're happy you were being governed by a **** fascist racist who abuses his power they leave out sexist xenophobic we're governed by somebody I have the country can't stand but ninety percent of Americans are happy with the whole an Obama trying to take credit for the trump economy it's laughable where all the stories that they were justified this two point two percent recovery well this is the new normal this is how it is this man has done everything humanly possible he's brilliant so it can't be killed it's got to be it and it is the new normal first president ever to preside over recovery where we did not hit three percent GDP at least one year we're Maxine waters had a town hall in Detroit because of the joblessness and the people they were saying to her please go after Obama whatever he's doing is not working she's well we would go after him if you allowed us but you're very proud of him because he's black president and we understand all of that and we go after him you go after us what politicians we can't we can't do that yes go after him they said please wait Emanuel cleaver the chair all of the congressional black caucus at the time black unemployment fourteen percent he's gonna tell you if a white person were in the White House will be marching on the place hello that's what these people are saying AP Associated Press twenty twelve worst recovery in modern times by virtually every measure Tavis smiley forget about me I'm right wing Tavis smiley I gotta I gotta tell you something I admitted it he told on fox news Stuart Varney I tell you it's I'm sad to report that in every single leading economic category black America has lost ground over the last decade in every major.

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