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"red stevens" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:43 min | Last month

"red stevens" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Hurts me to say this is such a good buddy. I kid him all the time. He's the best in the league. Good. His Fred is Chip England has been unbelievable. He's been instrumental in a lot of the success that the Spurs have enjoyed over the years, and the best example of it is Tony Parker. When Tony came into the league, everybody went under defied him to shoot. Later on in his career. They never even thought about doing that. Tend to shoot off me. Smith foul. He just came in for Boston. Phoebe's Ion right in the lane cuts across the paper outside lines over three. He's got another one. Drop it in for Lonzo Ball. Good start for Alonzo. Two for two from downtown 1912 New Orleans 69 to play in the period rumbling down the lane and somehow finishing Erin. Wow, 65 all of it. He's getting a lot of playing time. He's up over 20 minutes a game. The last 67 games, so Red Stevens like the energy that he brings to the floor and we know he's an excellent shooter. You had him advantage. The number of times shot Brown through three in the left corner is good. Those points off turn over some of this plague New Orleans. They just simply gave it away the other end and Brown makes him pay. It's 1917 New Orleans, Boston as good as there is in the lead, converting turnovers. Blood Celtics and hit off his eye on angle left spins into the lane splits two defenders of the past. Billy Hernangomez runner won't go for 9 FT. Out. Put it off the back of the rim. Rebounded by Boston. Walker puts his head down tries to the right wing lei it up and in And Tyrone is called by Stan Van Gundy. And after being down big early down nine. The Celtics have come back all the way to tie it now here, the opening period. Time out, called.

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"red stevens" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:22 min | 3 months ago

"red stevens" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back America is a big 10 song. That's why you've heard it before. Have you watched any big 10 football? Meaning? You're a football fan? Not that FCC nonsense. If you've watched big 10 football, this is where they popped up all the Brutus, Buckeye and Stuff like that. I love that song. Welcome. Good morning. Good Friday to you. Let me do a market report boss you by birch gold. Birch gold takes care of your gold needs, whether you want to buy physical gold, or you wanna roll over a portion of your IRA for a one k into a precious metals back IRA or 401 k, meaning that they actually get the gold and put it in a vault. Your name on it, and it stays there until you call for it. Gold today is 18 $51 announce its down 510.77%. I don't think they're going to be many entry points below this. Maybe I'm wrong. I'm not a prophet nor the son of a prophet. The 10 year. Treasury is at 1.1%, which is up a little bit, but the The gold market is there and birch gold can be found at Hugh gold dot com. Or text my name Huge 47 47 47. Every day. I warn you, We cannot print this much money without inflation. It's never happened before. Inflation is a lagging indicator of the money supply gone amok. And we need to do the money supply gone amok. Do not get me wrong. I'm all in favor of hosing down the country with money. I was a big fan of the Josh Holly original Plan of business interruption. The easiest thing in the world would have been cute one over Q one. Q two over cue to cue, three over cute three for businesses with three years of more experience. In a different program for younger businesses. Josh Holly's program would have worked. Winstead. We got paycheck protection plan, which worked very well. I'm not sure that the Biden pays five is going to do other than Do right by people who are chronically unemployed in the restaurant business, but that may be necessary. I'm not going to object to spending any money, but I'm gonna warn you. Gold is your head your ultimate hedge. Cannot have CDs or money under the mattress. You've got to invest in something. If you're conservative. Well, the best thing to do is diversify. 10% to 25% in precious metals 50% in stocks, 25% in bonds or or something else in the balance in cash. Diversification is, you know, got up cash in case something happens where you got to be able to get your money in a hurry in the in the case of something emergency, but that's just I'm not a financial advisor. I just listen to smart ones. Diversification. Part of that is gold. The best place to buy gold is birch gold. That's why by my gold from Hugh gold dot com or text 47 47 47 great sponsor of the program. Yesterday. Of course, markets were another great day for market. Right. Just another great day for markets and I don't know how long that's going to keep up. I don't think it's going to keep up today at the matter of fact, Europe is getting crushed today. On All right. The The reason Europe is getting crushed is because of the new strains of Covad. That have, uh Crashed across all of the Um Countries where the new strain is existing. And that is a very bad situation for the European hospital system, much of which it is government run, and they've had as much notice of anybody. Right. They have known everything. Let me tell you yesterday the Dow was down, 12. The S and P was up. 1.22 and the NASDAQ had a good day up 73 bucks. Amazon, of course, had another great day. They were up $43, but Don't expect that today. I think today is going to be a retrenching day. Brian and Pittsburgh. You have less than a minute. Good morning, Brian. How are you? Yeah, quick to questions real quick. What do you propose Republicans do in light of the outrageous behavior by the president with the mob attack on the Capitol. I listened to your interview of Red Stevens and I agree with a lot of what he said. Concerning the issue of dealing with Trump. Now I also understand where you're coming from with the Constitution.

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"red stevens" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

05:45 min | 9 months ago

"red stevens" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"They ended up winning ninety five games that season, despite just a run differential of plus eight right, so they wind nearly thirty games more than they lost despite basically scoring as many runs their parents. They were later swept by the Blue Jays in the playoffs, and then the following year they had a losing record the San Francisco, they go thirty eight and sixteen and one run games last year. Like regressions imminent the roster stinks pitching's worse I i. don't see it at all, so I really love the under there, so three seasons little west and I think all three are still good. Yeah so we I mean press presses for those listening reference like a Google Doc. We had all our plays on. So that's why he knew I was on the twins and we've had some conversations as well I think for some of that. I I in the Google. Doc I did the minus two hundred per stuff we taped. It just want to kind of keep it simple with an over under, but giant giants are bad. I'm on that. Maybe I'm just a bias. Dodger's fan but. The rockies, it's just so interesting. Even the giants home field. They always pull these games out of nowhere. It's really mind boggling, but at some point you just have to like tip of the cap whether it's the weather and the players don't like playing in the I. Don't know what it is, but. It's GonNa be interesting to see how that division plays with you. The diamondbacks so is buster eatings much better than people realize he did. Say this about the giants, he said some of those guys have something to prove quail and smarter so just keep that enduring when your spouse don that. Maybe that's a positive. Thing, but we can be a negative to, but. bogeys. In you mentioned the reds. I was GONNA touch. Understand that division. Kinda gets. Talked about how it's not that I think it's like pretty competitive, and some of those top teams are pretty solid actually. Oh yeah for sure I. Mean. You could argue that it's the most competitive as far as one through four. I mean the pirates stink, but those other four teams are all playoff contenders and I think I have I think all fourteen, so we're talking about my head. It's brewers, cardinals and reds. They all have like at least a three percent chance of winning the world series. So if you combine it, you know that's it's probably something like fifteen percent of the world series is going. GOING TO BE RUN or one out of the NFL essential and I. Don't think anyone would consider any of those teams like a favorite. Anyway they're not, but for those teams definitely could make a splash and again we're looking for longer. Shots shortened season. Anything can happen. The cardinals are another team that just find ways to always win the games to They're going to be in the next probably, so yeah, yeah, I don't think you're wrong. Other than the pirates of shirts a strong. And and I let's just face it. The Chalk is not GonNa win all the MVP both MVP awards in both CY youngs. It's just not in all the divisions aren't there's just not going to be chock across the board? So there is going to be a long shot whether it's Cy. Young MB ARE MVP so the key is just finding that needle in the haystack. You mentioned sort of the three percent from the central. Who who in your model do you have laying in the world series in winning in the most? It's the dodgers, and not even necessarily because I would think they are better than anyone else or because I'm from Los Angeles dodger's Fan, but I might even have the Yankees projected the better team, but they're path just to get to the world series similar to the Milwaukee. Bucks right now in the NBA playoffs right? They're just getting to the world series so frequently that their chances of the probabilities that they win. It all then are just going to be higher than say the Yankees who may have to win a series against the astros raise twins or two or three of those right, if somebody has to play a wildcard game. Game of some sorts so it's much tougher out of the Al. so that's why the dodgers are up there, but I, definitely think you can argue the Yankees better team, but that's just kind of you know similar like the clippers. The Lakers could probably would make the favorites against the bucks in the finals, but the bucks are GonNa win it more often just because they're so often so yeah, we'll go dodgers by their close second given that there's no home court in the NBA bubble. Do you actually think that's still the case? I actually think the the West might be just easier for the Lakers and clippers now. THAN THE BY. I think that'd be kind of. The hold on. ducks, but because the Lakers and clippers their home court, the West is now easier, and why not? Because the bucks lost their home, court and I think the bucks and given this. The the coaching edges that like Red Stevens presents. Fixer sixers are being slept on. Only Rephrase Philadelphia, you know. Twenty five I think it's ridiculous. I think the path for the bucks. Is Not as much as a foregone conclusion as I do think the Lakers or clippers will be in the finals. At A. Sauce? It's unfair, right? I'm taking I think the West is really top-heavy like I don't think nuggets Abba Chance I. Don't think the rockets chance. I think it's GonNa be Lakers or clippers I'm pretty confident of that whereas I think the East is Kinda like level plotting? It's it could be any of those top. Four teams Heathrow Theron on there as well I think it can be really could be any of those teams I will say that the bucks win percentage as far as their probability of winning. The finals decrease the most of any team in my projections, it was over fifteen percent when they lost home court through the entirety of it. Everyone gets to rest and they were resting. Guys kind of throughout the season Janas only playing thirty point nine minutes per game. So you're right as a whole, it's definitely more open, but the buxtehude favorites Wendy right? You articulated way better with that fifteen percent. That's what I was trying to say like who got hurt them I actually think it's now. Yeah I think I'm quite confident. The Clippers or Lakers on the finals I'm not as confident the bucks but again I'm taking two teams verse one but anyways. I just found it you. What you said was relating Asha about that. 'cause I'm sure our listeners are also NBA fans early Mostar. Okay, so we have sort of chalk. We think in the outcome. It'll be interesting to see out all plays out. You have a lot of plays posted. They're going to be posted this week. On ESPN DOT COM chalk section and.

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"red stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"red stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"All the way over in Centerville yeah. I wonder if the father really wants the information to the sun. Yeah Hello I'll read. This is Jack Jack Sal. Just about to call you yeah. What about the girl in town named Martha Adams walked? I got a letter from a kid and cerebral asking about her. Sign homer Brown. No kidding well. Who's Home Brown? I know then how come he wrote to you what he didn't but not exactly anyway. It seems his father had some business with bipolar so we addressed his letter to sit benches on around seventeen if he has one. No not yet your letter say Henry read it to you the European or he aldridge your communication received and contents noted in answer to your request for information regarding the certain party in my town. I wish to state the following physically speaking. I find her very satisfactory. Signed Harry Cooper that's great white a PS as regards your request for exact dimensions. I could think of no way to get them without arousing. The suspicions of the Party in question defines a very satisfactory. Doesn't he sings to now. What does your letter said says dear whom they're Brown all boy signed. Red Stevens. Police say him. Hi Twenties Henry.

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"red stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

13:00 min | 1 year ago

"red stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"They fly out of the way. That's the deal. And they didn't and he ended up hitting a bunch of these birds and I kind of feel that is why we don't have a big brother traffic system. I mean with the smartphones. We have with the GPS technology. The I pass toll collection. It could be that if you get from one toll booth to the next or toll sensor. They don't really have as many booths anymore. But you know you could automatically get a ticket because you're not supposed to go from one hundred fifty nights straight one to sixty third street one x amount of minutes and you know it could be that we could have these automated devices just issuing tickets left and right everywhere but that's not the deal we have in our society. There's IT's expected that most people will behave safely most of the time. If someone's doing something crazy or agree GIS like that. Spate of hundred mile an hour plus tickets. We heard that the state police was issuing think we talked about that a few months ago. Fine that you know. That's something that should be addressed. And that is worth investing the human capital of an actual state trooper police officer going out there to enforce that but I think that you know there's a reason we don't have a sort of totalitarian surveillance state that monitors everything every moment of driving compliance with the law. Just because as we were all saying I think that you know you have to allow it. Just have a little more allowances for the EBB and flow of of everyday travel. And it's just not the society. I think any people wanna live in but when we all have autonomous vehicles we won't have to worry about it. Let me move on We did mention corruption involved with red light cameras. And there's a broader look at ethics in state government right. Now Hannah. There's a commission that's been formed has a lot of People who have been around government a long time who are involved with this commission. They've met met again this week. Anything going on with that at this point as far as and we know of legislation or are they singling out any type of area that they want to try to improve on. Yeah we've seen I think it's been five meetings of this drank commission on ethics and lobbying reform They face a march thirty first deadline to present a report to the governor on and legislative leaders on suggested changes to state law to kind of root out corruption and tighten up other areas of ethics law. this The latest meeting this week was mercifully of a lot shorter than the other. Almost five our meetings we've seen it was about like it can to people hold the elective office at the same time. I think especially those of us who are not Super familiar with like some of the tiny southwest suburban towns like when the FBI raided. Cook County Commissioner. Just Topolski's town in September. Everyone kind of learned that. Oh not only is he you commissioner to Cook County. Also the mayor of this tiny little town called summit similarly state Senator Steve Landeck. He's the mayor of Bridgeview and then we also have a Newish STATE REPS. That was sworn in last summer. A Republican from Rosemont Red Stevens. Who has been mayor of? Rosemont for about the last decade or so in his father had been the original mayor of Rosemont Donald Stevens Donald Stevens Convention Center Rosemont for Fifty Years. And so they're basically. The commission heard like is it is inherently wrong is inherently bad and it seems like the Constitution and most of Illinois Statute has a pretty lousy fair approach. You know as long as those two offices don't conflict than it's fine but of course it's what does conflict mean are their contracts to be had. Are there any number of things can come up in so no one's really watching this thing? I think there was a question to a representative from the attorney. General's office like. Are you guys being proactive? And the answer was will hay with eight thousand units of Local Government Illinois by far the most of any state in the nation. And we can't really be watching all the time you know there's just it's impossible and so this was the latest hearing there's been One touching on other areas of government ethics laws and. I guess we'll just see there's another month until that report is due and then I guess legislation will have to come out of it. Let me move on as well because there's some other legislation that we've been following this week and I call it sex education at the start of the show Brian but they've been giving it some different names and there are a couple of at least I don't want to call him competing bills out there but there's some different legislation that would Try to accomplish some similar things. Yeah and they they refer to it as health education but I think that you know the the emphasis is on what I think those of us who grew up a decade or so plus ago would call sex education and what is different about. What at least one of the big proposals. That got a lot of attention this week. Because of a a news conference in the capital It's called the reject. It won't get into the acronym but basically it would mandate comprehensive age appropriate sex or health education in public schools for Grades K through twelve and a couple of things interesting interesting about that one it. The idea is making it mandatory. Currently there's language in statute that says schools may have this. This would change it to schools shall have it and the idea of making it in all grades is something different and again the they do emphasize age appropriateness so for kids in kindergarten through grade to it would be looking at things like personal safety. Identifying trusted adults the children's can go to and and and respecting each other. It as you get a little bit older grades three through five. There's more talk about healthy relationships and bullying and harassment even getting into puberty body image sexual orientation gender identity gender expression things like that and then in the as children really grow into young adults grades six through twelve. There's more talk about things like consent and harassment abuse violence as well as contraception and medication and sexually transmitted infections and how to prevent them so it would be comprehensive. There is another version of this legislation out there that would be all ages but would not have that mandatory component to it and I should add that parents at least under the first one would still have the right to opt their children out of this education if they did not want them to participate. Shirley anytime you use the word mandatory even if he does have that opt out provisions. It's always going to be controversial. Yeah and I think that was one of the arguments raised by representatives of School districts who said you know? We don't disagree with the idea. We think this is very good and children should be educated in these areas in an inappropriate way from the time they start school. But WHO's GonNa pay for is another unfunded mandate in the school district's have Lord? I don't know they. They have probably hundreds of them out there. They have to teach this. Teach that do this do that. And the state lays on them and then the state says. Yeah but we'RE NOT GONNA pay for you figure out how to pay for you. GotTa do it. But we're not going to help you financially on it and Brian I would imagine. A lot of schools do similar types of Curriculum right now but it may not be laid out the way that that this bill requires it and again it does not have that requirement that all the schools offer something. Yeah in some schools may but we certainly heard about some that. Don't and I think that one of the voices we used at the top of the show was a high school senior named trae. Graham who as Queer in the news conference this week and said that they did not get any of this sort of education about their sexual identity and healthy relationships and that sorta thing so there may be schools that are doing parts of this but the aim here is to make it standardized and comprehensive across the state but school districts would be able to tailor their own curriculum correct. Yeah I don't have the language of the bill in front of me. I think there would be some of that but there is a lot of there are a number of things that are sort of like this shelby. You know it will include in touch on these various things so I think the idea is that you know if if for example hypothetically if there's a more you know conservative area the state where these issues are not discussed as much in public discourse. I think that that you know the aim is to make sure that that education and Instruction is getting even into those places where people in the community might raise eyebrows about it. We've been watching the presidential race. Hearing a lot about prescription drug prices. There is a renewed effort at the Capitol to try to tackle these prices. Well of medications and Hannah some lawmakers. I believe they may have held a news conference on that this week. Right State Rep well. Chicago and our local state senator from Springfield Manar around Springfield. I should say They teamed up last year to do a bill. That basically kept insulin prices and they're teaming up again to try to create a state a new state board that would basically say the drug companies. Hey this is the Max the upper limit that Illinois will pay for you know x drug and go through a list of drugs that people depend on and they say it's not like mandatory that the drug companies would charge less than that. But you know there's a certain element of the power of shame saying like okay we are. We're saying that Illinois are not going to pay more than this and if this drug company does indeed Charge Illinois. Insert that much then. That's public pressure and then also part of the bill would be creating some sort of commission that would study the issue like we see you know we're going to have a blue ribbon panel to study the issue but you know this is really a big deal and I heard about a couple of other bills. Coming down the pipeline. That would try to reign. In the cost of prescription. Drugs will already tried to do similar things last year. But you know we were already doing a whole lot in springfield and but this is a perennial issue. It especially as the debate over healthcare in general rages on in the president at the Democratic presidential race. You know this is just a hot topic because it really really does affect people's lives and really only about a minute here left handed but I remember in the past there was discussions about drug buying clubs where maybe the steep would negotiate drug prices. All of that type of thing. We're not they're not talking about getting into things like that at this point. I've heard of an importation. Bill that would basically legalize formalize away that the state could buy drugs from other countries like Canada. But there are safety concerns with that even some of the groups that you would think might be onboard with that bill Are Really not because I got safety concerns. Let's go to our notes from the Field Shirley. 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"red stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

13:00 min | 1 year ago

"red stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"They fly out of the way. That's the deal. And they didn't and he ended up hitting a bunch of these birds and I kind of feel that is why we don't have a big brother traffic system. I mean with the smartphones. We have with. Gps technology. The I pass toll collection. It could be that if you get from one toll booth to the next or toll sensor. They don't really have as many booths anymore. But you know you could automatically get a ticket because you're not supposed to go from one hundred fifty ninth straight one to sixty third street one You know in X. amount of minutes and it could be that we have these automated devices just issuing tickets left and right everywhere. But that's kind of not the deal we have in our society. There's IT's expected that most people will behave safely most of the time. If someone's doing something crazy or agree GIS like that. Spate of hundred mile an hour plus tickets. We heard that the state police was issuing think we talked about that a few months ago. Fine that you know. That's something that should be addressed. And that is worth investing the human capital of an actual state trooper police officer going out there to enforce that but I think that you know there's a reason we don't have a sort of totalitarian surveillance state that monitors every every moment of driving compliance with the law. Just because as we were all saying. I think that you have to allow allowances for the EBB and flow of everyday travel. And it's just not the society I think people want to live in but when we all have tournaments vehicles you won't have to worry about it. Let me move on We did mention corruption involved with red light cameras. And there's a broader look ethics in state government right. Now Hannah. There's a commission that's been formed has a lot of People who have been around governmental longtime who are involved with this commission. They've met met again this week. Anything going on with that at this point as far as we know of legislation or they you know singling out any type of area that they want to try to improve on. Yeah we've seen I think it's been five meetings of this commission on Ethics and lobbying reform. They face a march thirty first deadline to present a report to the governor on an legislative leaders on suggested changes to state law to kind of root out corruption and Tighten up other of ethics law In this The latest meeting. This week was mercifully of lot shorter than the other five. Almost five our meetings we've seen it was about lake it can to people hold the elective office at the same time. I think Especially those of us who are not super familiar with like some of the tiny southwest suburban towns like way the FBI raided. Cook County Commissioner. Just Tubal skews town in September. Everyone kind of learned that. Oh not only is he commissure to Cook County. He's also the mayor of this tiny little town called summit similarly state Senator Steve Landeck. He's the mayor of Bridgeview and then we also have a newish state reps. That was sworn in last summer. A Republican from Rosemont Red Stevens. Who has been mayor of? Rosemont for about the last decade or so in his father had been the original mayor of Rosemont Donald Stevens Donald Stevens Convention Center Rosemont for Fifty Years. And so they're basically. The commission heard like is it is inherently wrong inherently bad and seems like the Constitution and most of Illinois Statute has a pretty lousy fair approach. You know as long as those two offices don't conflict than it's fine but of course it's what does conflict mean are their contracts to be had are there You know any number of things can come up and so no one's really watching this thing. I think there was a question to a representative from the attorney. General's office like. Are you guys being proactive? In the answer was will hay with eight thousand units of Local Government Illinois by far the most of any state in the nation. We can't really be watching all the time you know there's just it's impossible and so this is the latest hearing there's been One touching on other areas of government ethics laws and. I guess we'll just see there's another month until that report is due and then I guess Legislation will have to come out of it. Let me move on as well because there are some other legislation that we've been following this week and I call it sex education at the start of the show Brian but They've been giving it some different names and there are a couple of at least i. Don't WanNa call him competing Bills out there but There's some different legislation that would try to accomplish some similar things. Yeah and they they refer to it as health education but I think that you know the the emphasis is on what I think those of us who grew up a decade or so plus ago would call sex education and what is different about. What at least one of the big proposals. That got a lot of attention this week because of a news conference in the capital. It's called the reach act and we'll get into the acronym but basically it would mandate comprehensive age appropriate sex or health education in public schools for Grades K through twelve. And a couple of things are interesting about that one. If the idea is making it mandatory currently there's language statute that says schools may have this. This would change it to schools shall have it and the idea of making it in all grades is something different and again. The they do emphasize there's age appropriateness so for kids in kindergarten through grade to it would be looking at things like personal safety. Identifying trusted that children's can go to an and respecting each other. It as you get a little bit older grades three through five. There's more talk about healthy relationships and bullying and harassment even getting into puberty body image sexual orientation gender identity gender expression things like that and then in the as children really grow into young adults grades six through twelve. There's more talk about things like consent and harassment abuse violence as well as Contraception and medication and Sexually Transmitted Infections and how to prevent them so it would be comprehensive. There is another version of this legislation out there that would be all ages but would not have that mandatory component to it and I should add that parents at least under the first one would still have the right to opt their children out of this education if they did not want them to participate surely anytime you use the word mandatory. Even if he does have that opt out provisions. It's always going to be controversial. And I think that was one of the arguments raised by representatives of school districts. Who said it you know? We don't disagree with the idea. We think this is very good and children should be educated in these areas in inappropriate way from the time they start school. But WHO'S GONNA pay for it it's another unfunded mandate in the school district's have Lord. I Dunno they have probably hundreds of them out. There have to teach this. Teach that do this do that. And the state lays on them and then the states is yet. But we'RE NOT GONNA PAY FOR IT. You figure out how to pay for you gotta do but we're not going to help you financially on it and Brian I I would imagine. A lot of schools do similar types of Curriculum right now but it may not be laid out the way that that this bill requires it and it again. It does not have that requirement that all the schools offer something. Yeah some schools may but we certainly heard about some that. Don't think that one of the voices we used at the top of the show was a high school senior name. Trae Graham who identify as queer in the news conference this week and said that they did not get any of this sort of education about their sexual identity and healthy relationships and that sort of thing so there may be schools that are doing parts of this but the aim here is to make it standardized and comprehensive across the state but school districts would be able to tailor their own curriculum correct. Yeah I don't have the language of the bill in front of me. I think there would be some of that. But there is a lot There are a number of things that are sort of like this shelby. It will include in touch on these various things so I I think the idea is that you know if if for example hypothetically if there's a more you know conservative area the state where these issues are not discussed as much in public discourse. I think that that you know the aim is to make sure that education and Instruction is getting even into those places where you know people in the community might raise eyebrows about it. We've been watching the presidential race. Hearing a lot about prescription drug prices. There is a renewed effort at the Capitol to try to tackle these prices as well of medications and Hannah some lawmakers I believe they may have held a news conference on that this week right. State Rep will already from Chicago and our local state senator from Springfield Manar around Springfield. I should say. They teamed up last year to do a bill that basically capped insulin crisis and They're teaming up again to try to create a new State Board. That would basically say to drug companies. Hey this is the Max the upper limit that Illinois will pay for you know x strug and go through a list of drugs that people depend on and You know they say it's not like mandatory that the drug companies would charge less than that. But you know there's a certain element of the the power of shame saying like okay we are. We're saying that Illinois are not going to pay more than this and if this drug company does indeed charge Illinois that much then That's public pressure and then also part of their bill would be creating some sort of commission that would study the issue like we see all the time we're going to have a blue ribbon panel to study the issue but You know this is really a big deal. And I've heard about a couple of other bills. Coming down the pipeline. That would try to reign. In the cross. Prescription drugs will already tried to do similar things last year. But you know we were already doing a whole lot in springfield and but this is a perennial issue especially as the debate over Healthcare in general redesigned in the president at the Democratic presidential race. This is just a hot topic because it really really does affect people's lives and really only about a minute here left hand but I remember in the past. There was discussions about drug buying clubs. Where maybe the state would negotiate drug prices? All of that type of thing. We're not they're not talking about getting into things like that at this point. I've heard of an importation. Bill that would basically legalize formalize away that the state could buy drugs from other countries like Canada. But there are safety concerns with that and even some of the groups that you would think might be on board with that. Bill are really not because of safety concerns. Let's go to our notes from the field. Charlie let's start with you. The Attorney Registration Disciplinary Commission is moving to Disbar Rod Blagojevich. Now you might think we'll have. Didn't he lose his license when he was convicted No the way it works is his law. License was suspended until all his appeals. Run OUT IN. His appeals ran out and the commission which oversees the disciplinary actions involving the legal profession is now moving to despire him and it's likely that occur although takes several months after they have. They had a hearing this week in after the hearing. It takes several months to goes to make the decision but not to worry because Blagojevich is now offering videotaped messages for sale through a website. And if you WANNA pay fifty bucks seventy five bucks one hundred bucks. You could get rich to Lucia happy birthday to one of your best friends or maybe one of your worst enemies..

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"red stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

13:21 min | 1 year ago

"red stevens" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I think there's a sort of almost broader philosophical issue here and I'm reminded of that episode of Seinfeld George Costanza driving and there were birds in the road and they're supposed to get out of the way right. We have a deal with the birds. When you're driving up. They fly out of the way. That's the deal. And they didn't and he ended up hitting a bunch of these birds and I kind of feel that is why we don't have a big brother traffic system. I mean with the smartphones. We have with the GPS technology. The I pass toll collection. It could be that if you get from one toll booth to the next or toll sensor. They don't really have as many booths anymore. But you know you could automatically get a ticket because you're not supposed to go from one hundred fifty ninth street one hundred sixty third street one in X. Amount of minutes and you know it could be that we could have these automated devices just issuing tickets left and right everywhere. But that's kind of not the deal we have in our society. There's IT's expected that most people will behave safely most of the time. If someone's doing something crazy or agree GIS like that. Spate of hundred mile an hour plus tickets. We heard that the state police was issuing think we talked about that a few months ago. Fine that you know. That's something that should be addressed. And that is worth investing the human capital of an actual state trooper police officer going out there to enforce that but I think that you know there's a reason we don't have a sort of totalitarian surveillance state that monitors everything every moment of driving compliance with the law. Just because as we were all saying I think that you know you have to allow just have a little more allowances for the ebb and flow of every day travel. And it's just not the society I think people want to live in but when we all have autonomous vehicles we won't have to worry about it. Let me move on We did mention corruption involved with red light cameras. And there's a broader look at ethics in state government right. Now Hannah. There's a commission that's been formed has a lot of People who have been around government a long time who are involved with this commission. They've met met again this week. Anything going on with that at this point as far as we know of we're GONNA see legislation or are they singling out any type of area that they want to try to improve on. Yeah we've seen I think it's been five meetings of this drank commission on ethics and lobbying reform. They FACE A MARCH THIRTY FIRST DEADLINE. To present a report to the governor on legislative leaders on suggested changes to state law to kind of root out corruption and tighten up other areas of ethics law This the latest meeting. This week was mercilessly of lot shorter than the other. Almost five our meetings we've seen. It was about like Ken to people. Hold the elective office. At the same time I think especially those of us who are not Super familiar with like some of the tiny southwest suburban towns lake when the FBI raided Cook County. Commissioner just Topolski's town in September. Everyone kind of learned that. Oh not only is he a two county. He's also the mayor of this tiny little town called summit similarly state Senator Steve Landeck. He's the mayor of Bridgeview and then we also have a Newish State Rep. That was sworn in last summer. A Republican from Rosemont Red Stevens. Who has been mayor of? Rosemont for about the last decade or so his father had been be original mayor of Rosemont Donald Stevens donal Stevens Convention Center Rosemont For fifty years and so they're basically the commission her like is it is inherently wrong inherently bad and seems like the Constitution and most of Illinois Statute has a pretty lousy fair approach. You know as long as those two offices don't conflict than it's fine but of course it's what does conflict mean are their contracts to be had. Are there any number of things can come up in so no one's really watching this thing? I? There was a question to a representative from the attorney. General's office like. Are you guys being proactive. And the answer was will hay with eight thousand units of Local Government Illinois by far the most of any state in the nation. We can't really be watching all the time you know there's just it's impossible and so this was the latest hearing. There's been one touching on other areas of government ethics laws and I guess we'll just see there's another month until that report is due and then guests legislation will have to come out of it. Let me move on as well because there's some other legislation that we've been following this week and I call it sex education at the start of the show Brian but They've been giving it some different names and there are a couple of at least. I want to call him. Competing bills out there but There's some different legislation that would Try to accomplish some similar things. Yeah and they they refer to it as health education but I think that you know the the emphasis on what I think those of us who grew up a decade or so plus ago would call sex education and what is different about. What at least one of the big proposals. That got a lot of attention this week. Because of a a news conference in the capital It's called the reach act and won't get into the acronym but basically it would mandate comprehensive age appropriate sex or health education in public schools for Grades K through twelve. And a couple of things are interesting about that one. If the idea is making it mandatory currently there's language in statute that says schools may have this this would change it to schools shall have it and the idea of making it. An all grades is something different and and again the they do. Emphasize there's age appropriateness so for kids in kindergarten. Through grade to it would be looking at things like personal safety. Identifying trusted adults that children's can go to and and and respecting each other. It as you get a little bit older grades three through five. There's more talk about healthy relationships and bullying and harassment even getting into puberty body image sexual orientation gender identity gender expression things like that and then in the as children really grow into young adults grades six through twelve. There's more talk about things like consent and harassment abuse violence as well as contraception and medication and sexually transmitted infections and how to prevent them so would be comprehensive. There is another version of this legislation out there that would be all ages but would not have that mandatory component to it and I should add that parents at least under the first one would still have the right to opt their children out of this education if they did not want them to participate. Charlie anytime you use the word mandatory even if he does have that opt out provisions it's always going to be controversial yeah and I think That was one of the arguments raised by representatives of school districts. Who said we don't disagree with the idea? We think this is very good and children should be educated in these areas in an appropriate way from the time they start school. But WHO's GonNa pay for is another unfunded mandate in the school district's have Lord? I don't know they. They have probably hundreds of them out there. They have to teach this. Teach that do this do that. And the state lays on them and then the state says you. But we'RE NOT GONNA pay for you figure out how to pay for you. GotTa do it. But we're not could help you financially on it and Brian I would imagine. A lot of schools do similar types of Curriculum right now but it may not be laid out the way that this bill Requires it and it again? It does not have that requirement that all the schools offer something. Yeah in some schools may but but there we certainly heard about some that. Don't and I think that one of the voices we used at the top of the show was a high school senior. Name's trae Graham who identified as Queer in the news conference this week and said that they did not get any of this sort of education about their sexual identity and healthy relationships and that sort of thing so there may be schools that are doing parts of this but the aim here is to make it standardized and comprehensive across the state but school districts would be able to tailor their own curriculum correct. Yeah I don't have the language of bill in front of me. I think there would be some of that but there is a lot. There are a number of things that are sort of like this shelby. You know it will include in touch on these various things so I think the idea is that you know if if for example hypothetically if there's a more you know conservative area the state were these issues are not discussed as much in public discourse. I think that you know the aim is to make sure that education and Instruction is getting even into those places where people in the community might raise eyebrows about it. We've been watching the presidential race. Hearing a lot about prescription drug prices. There is a renewed effort at the Capitol to try to tackle these prices. Well of medications and Hannah. Some lawmakers believe they may have held a news conference on that this week right state rep from Chicago and our local state senator from Springfield and Manar Springfield should say They teamed up last year to do a bill. That basically kept insulin crisis and they're teaming up again to try to create a state a new state board that would basically say to drum companies. Hey this is the Max the upper limit that Illinois will pay for you know x drug and go through a list of drugs that people depend on and they say it's not like mandatory that the drug companies would charge less than that. But you know there's a certain element of the power of shame saying okay we are. We're saying that Illinois are not going to pay more than this. This this drug company does indeed charge Illinois ins that much then that's public pressure and then also part of their bill would be creating some sort of commission that would study the issue like we've see all the time we're going to have a blue ribbon panel to study the issue but You know this is really a big deal. I've heard about a couple of other bills. Coming down the pipeline. That would try to reign. In the cost of prescription. Drugs will already tried to do similar things last year. But we were already doing a whole lot in springfield But this is a perennial issue it especially as the debate over healthcare in general redesigned in the president at the Democratic presidential race. You know this is just a hot topic because it really really does affect people's lives and really only about a minute here left Hannah. I remember in the past there were discussions about drug buying clubs where maybe the state would negotiate drug prices. All of that type of thing. We're not they're not talking about getting into things like that at this point. I've heard of an importation. Bill that would basically legalize formalize away that the state could buy drugs from other countries like Canada. But there are safety concerns with Even some of the groups that you would think the onboard with that bill are really not because I got safety concerns. Let's go to our notes from the Field Shirley. Let's start with you. The Attorney Registration Disciplinary Commission is moving to Disbar Rod Blagojevich. Now you might think we'll have. Didn't he loses law license when he was convicted No because the way it works is his law. License was suspended until all his appeals. Run out and his appeals ran out and the commission which oversees the disciplinary actions involving the legal profession is now moving to disbar him and it's likely that occur. Although it takes several months they have. They had a hearing this week. In after the hearing it takes several months to go to make the decision but not to worry because Blagojevich is now offering videotaped messages for sales through a website. And if you want to pay fifty bucks seventy five bucks one hundred bucks. You could get Blades Lucia. Happy Birthday to one of your best friends or maybe one of your worst enemies. If you're looking for gift idea and Hannah it's kind of a legacy thing now. But of course. A political organizations especially.

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Eberle's hat trick helps Islanders end skid, beat Red Wings

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Eberle's hat trick helps Islanders end skid, beat Red Wings

"In generally a battle of the scored top a two hat teams trick in the in islanders the Western Conference snapped a the four St game Louis skid blues in route a four of the dell one win stores over five the red to one wings so the the victory blues capped extend their an lead eventful to four evening points which over saw Dallas the islanders with twenty retired games to play Johnson Ellie's the number blues twenty who seven have won three straight before the game chase Ben bishop that would help with move four the owners goals back on thirteen into a playoff shots spot jumped effectively out to a knocked four Detroit nothing lead out of after postseason two contention and never looked back the win against Jake the red Allen wings eighteen was a critical saves one for according the blues to it's Everly nice to see we got you a know win so we carried over from in last my mind year there's been ever rough came patches here if we but want to have a chance with here so the only guys in front of me better but no plan answer a last tonight four games we got it's a little been few games at home pretty for remarkable a week Colton on the road Branko and then back led Everly the blues scored in attack each period with a of goal Friday and night's two assists win while Leo David Komarov prime scored Natchez the islanders twenty final fourth goal goal of the evening Alexander Steen Anthony in Mantha Jordan kahu scored Detroit's also only scored goal for of St the contest Louis and Bob the red Stevens wings have now Dallas dropped five of their last six games Christian Arnold Uniondale New York

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"red stevens" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"red stevens" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"Wild the hits just keep on coming but he was much more fluid tonight three oh three three oh three three yeah three eight gray. The gray matter between his ears was much more fluid than it was solid brain. Matter was fluid by the end of the tonight. It was wonderful. You're basically mid when he said he had a wendy's frosty between his ears. By the end of the debate lewis folks willing only to throw any punches and showcases experience. He handled harris well in many exchanges. I suspect the frequent invocation of obama the fact that isn't sound scripted and looks just aggressive enough. We'll keep keep him in good. Standing biden was very tough against people who were mysteriously burned toast in his vicinity getting a lot of traction just from knowing who the last guy he worked for is now. This is the last one we're gonna gonna do. I skipped over a couple. Y'all remember delaney john john holiyay friend of the show <unk> brand of the show them our big baby human anthem john. You're john delaney right mike. I don't wanna lose john delaney because that's the entertainment vodka right there. He is the he'll he's the beautiful villain win in any of these debates okay now. This is the new york times. All of the reviews that i've that i've highlighted here are looks at every moment on those debates like he's about how to edit an entry in wiki feet folks okay okay. We're going to go through four john delaney reviews from new york times liz mayor starting it up at nine out of ten partner you were there you remember how he was clearly a nine out of ten. He looked like a anthropomorphized bucket goofy like every time he smiled. There should have been like a little bubble above his head. What if mario on the stage he would jump on him. A coin from yeah got fucking head. Okay liz mayor nine out of ten unbelievable nine out of ten of virtual no name who seemed to garner more text from senator sanders worn both both of whom were not unnecessarily and dangerously punching down then. I'm just fucking. Pay go to two point five billion dollars at be fair got way more oxygen. He deserved and that's what he wants to stay life now. Everyone knows his name that wasn't true before tonight on trade he and beth oh are far closer to the actual democratic electorate and sanders warrant and he forced them to spend a lot of airtime showing how out of step they dr with their own voters bottom line. He got the big dogs to elevate him which should have been completely impossible and even if he's not where the base is on policy overall. He'll probably do better as a result. He really can't do worse. I love that it's like <hes> he made a day for himself. It's like yeah that's scrappy a go-getter john wayne casey okay and the name for himself. They call him diaper. John delaney college shit head john delaney. Everyone's saying ball dip shit lady. It's on everyone's lips. No one can stop saying okay brad stevens climate denier wall street journal asshole ever written an interesting or memorable phrase this life sponge like scum accretion per one type of western civilization sation suffered like the fact that he has the joppy as honestly means that society should not exist. If those are the kind of results that it will put out iraq war promoter under anti-arab racist red stevens friend of the show friend of the show eight out of ten for john delaney well well. I agree with much of what he says and democrats desperately need to hear the voice of someone like him who speaks for a lot of voters turned off by the constant demonization station of the private sector democratic electric has spent dying lover actor folks if dying for the voice of the teacher for peanuts. I i want to make it so that people can actually access healthcare this country well next next and this is the second to last peter weiner all right okay penis. That's just being as as real name as chris said he has two names for pena's retro times columnist dick johnson eight out of ten went for john delaney. He helped himself the most known by almost no one before tonight. He was quite effective..

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"red stevens" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"red stevens" Discussed on Full Court Press

"Because when I was watching them last week, they had really come off rush. A rough stretch they had brought four out of five one win in that that stretch was against the hawks on game that was actually kinda relatively posts. I'm so really they're worse stretch basketball season watching red Stevens. Given interview was a shoot around the for the game later that evening. You know, rainy was asking him say, you know, you know, what do you do this in turn around things are right direction. Things are going. Well, what is your team needs to be better in Brad Stevens if the site? Lives. Very clearly he said, there's no big things. Everybody wants to talk about big things. You would be changed. Your starting line of changing rotations or change your folks. Each focus on defense. Everyone wants to take about big things. He says really I've been talking to guys about cleaning up little takes. It's always just just little things. And, you know, talk on this podcast talk with my players of ridgeville. My players are girls in rates five through eight of of players in in I preach to the basketball team emails, and when we talk about the four or five support follies that a successful basketball player has a one of those qualities is attention to be out. And I, you know, I talk about Golden State. Golden State is the best team in the NBA over the last number of years, not just because of their talent. But because of their attention to this Boston has done this year it's gotten away from attention to detail at certain stretches during the season so far if you feel back and watch them early in the season. I thought the offense just look very helter skelter her jerky getting into a little bit of take turn type stuff getting into more. So than the. I need to need to have certain players last year because of injuries the playoffs. They had to go to a little bit more ice Avesta wall where sometimes of Terry Rozier was on the phone sex unit. It have a lot of shooters around him. Just kind of had tried to make things happen on his own. And it looks like this season with the started. They were kinda back metality. So we thought about Brad Stevens coaching. It's like this. I think one thing is is managing egos in trying to keep people happy. But the most successful teams of the purchase are convinced the players that the best.

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"red stevens" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"red stevens" Discussed on WGN Radio

"According to oecd data another indicator of the powerful correlation between high levels of immigration and sustain economic dining diner dine dynamism finally immigrants legal or otherwise make better citizens than native born americans more entrepreneurial more churchgoing less likely to have kids out of wedlock far less likely to commit crime these are the kind of attributes republicans claim to admire so that is from red stevens in the new york times saying that in reality we actually need more immigrants for the workforce and to support i mean let's face it if we have forty million americans in twenty twenty over the age of sixty five and by twenty fifty or twenty forty mil look at that again twenty ten there were forty million americans over sixtyfive by twenty fifty number will be closer to ninety million so it's going to more than double over the next thirty years twenty two percent of the population thing about we hear about right now the drains on social security from how many people are so security and how long were living we don't get more workers in the workforce putting more money into social security to help prop that up we could be in trouble map ewbal here with seven twenty wgn welcome to total wine and more so i challenge you to wine tasting show down maybe we should just explore some wine if you can't blow me away with the wind you must admit defeat.

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"red stevens" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"red stevens" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"What's up sean thank you for taking all great show as always thank you i appreciate it go ahead throughout mood walking right now with you guys talk because like i'm a i'm a beholder and i just kinda speed this this either four one or four zero because the celtics tomorrow night i think it's a wrap and sean if they win tomorrow night that's so big because all throughout this entire series the celtics have looked aggressive they look like the better team and they just had that certain slager to them where the cavaliers they look like dead fish in this series so is yeah three oh i don't know how the cavs are going to punch back in this series because they have not thrown one punch back they're throwing them back but they're just missing they're not hitting anything and a lot of them not even trying to throw them back so yeah you should feel great right now if you're a celtics fan you should be all it and you should thank you you're going to be winning the series because what you saw the first two games it wasn't even close it wasn't like lebron one you know he missed a last second shot or there was a controversial replay or a controversial call these haven't even been contest this has been a bad series when you look at it with some of that doesn't have a dog in the fight because the celtics aren't even making this a contest they're not like expected to be here but like they've wanted these past games by what by thirty six beliefs and coming to cleveland he take one game i'm gonna give it some of these guys like gary mobile red stevens checking like i'm over exaggerating i know let's the sean the patriot valve and i tell you what brad brad get a ring first before we start calling him bill belichick just because you have a.

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"red stevens" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"red stevens" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Trump basketball guys they were only thirty three percent three point thirty three seven in the regular season there thirty seven percent also i read in the post season okay you say they had to be hired south james the regular season all right let's close it's right there they are going to look to attack and kick back in the favorite tonight no chris no boston home this year they're so well coached at least that's how we phrase it how do we phrase it because the bronze bigger impact who has been wrong ron james is your greatest player ever to coach is gonna have a bigger impact in the greatest player in the sport today in this sport there is sometimes only so much a coach can do and he's great but if lebron decides usually always agree with you on the players side except me who's the best coach in the nba today brad stevens no shot all your and i and i love your you're insane not a second earned say non one more than me is the greatest just because he's won five titles i think is great and i think stevens is great quin snyder is great i think there are a few what happened in red stevens pass coach in abia cammo house kids i don't know your but i think all three of the way but you can't put him ahead of gregg popovich whose one five rings plea i think you can make an argument for any one of them i'll be honest brad stevens we'll have more rings how about this more rings when he's done i could make any easy ranch more rings than pop you don't have young brad stevens i know years copy had a player fifteen greatest coach four hundred dunkin i mean let's face it he had one of the ten or twelve greatest players in history to win titles i'm saying let's you get stephen surrounded by he could have imagined the kyri irving healthy and gordon again he may trend la you can't put him at number one i hear you i think he's the best coach in the nba right now from picking a guy to take my is over alco with you there okay so that makes them the best coach right now you can't buy back a young coach.

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"red stevens" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"red stevens" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The other one did you want me to onset did mogae you want me to mogae thank you thanks can be i wish i could give you a release date i can't at this point in time because i'm halfway through it but it's finding the time to finish it and you know when you're promoting people sneak got a full time job and is a life outside of literature and visiting friends and people that you know and doing things it makes it hard but i'm hoping full by the end of the ship but no promises on no guarantees but it'll be fun book it'll be a different book too i'm looking forward i'm to looking i can't for wait that i can't when wait the time comes when the time i love comes your books all i love your love books you maria for things love you maria for when things i started reading them when i i can't started stop reading until them i can't i'm almost stop finished until i'm almost and finished then i have to and finish then i have it to because i finish want to know it what the because as i want to know what on the that finishes murder mystery on it that was murder so mystery good both it was so the audrey good both books the are audrey excellent pucks rating are excellent drayton bless your heart thank you bless so your much heart for that thank maria you so much for okay that thank marie you really was very very i'm just delighted that you called in and you know what i couldn't agree with you more red stevens read book stevens the book chapel the of eternal chapel love playing of i've eternal gone love and read plug every i've gone review and read i could every find review on i the could other find two and i on could the not other two agree and with i could you more not so agree listeners with you more do so listeners pick up that do pick pickup up your that pencil pick and up jot your down pin stevens and jot down website for stevens personalized website for autograph personalized copy autograph.

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"red stevens" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

News Talk 710 KNUS

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"red stevens" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

"Robert mugabe the strongman of zimbabwe for the last thirty seven years as finally fallen from power although he was seen as a liberator when he toppled the government of rhodesia and 19 eighty he quickly became the defacto dictator ultimately killing at least twenty thousand people from just a single opposing tribe several western university's nonetheless awarded honorary degrees to mugabe in the mid '80s only to rescind them when as genocide became apparent brad stevens at the wall street journal rightly affirms that the left must be held to account steven says and i quote zimbabwe's tragedy is just a fuller version of a postcolonial story of disastrous ideological experiments accompanied by foreigners who cheered those experiments and then look to the other way when they failed the world's poorest nations he argues deserve better than to be the petri dish for western experts who no too little and a field of fantasy for western progressive new green too much on that story red stevens deserves to have the last word kanye west denver a single media group station craig silverman news talk seven ten king in us lordy its poll postsaturday and registering the tire treads kidding promnog colorado pollster and what do you think of the results we've got paul lines brian thanks for calling iran you've got quite a commotion at the background sounds like your family man i'm sorry i'm outside of your sale here so good wanna talk about a tall rather a little bit and i think it doesn't matter really be presidential in colorado because worst such a.

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"red stevens" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"red stevens" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Number of gun homicides are down almost equal to the number of new guns sold since 1994 so his point is he also takes on jimmy kimmel here a little bit he says the national rifle association does not have republican balls in the money clippers jimmy kimmel put it the other night the of our aid as donated a paltry three and a half million dollars to all current members of congress since 1998 according to the washington post by the way the amount of money down needed to democrats by unions dwarfs the amount of money donated by the end a everybody he didn't even close folks the nra and other people are calling the nra a terrorist organization there are college professors that are at like cina sinatra's at t nancy's tonight tatum what are the sumatra daughters is out there saying the nra should be lined up and shot by firing squad now that's inauguration of the hysteria and how successful it has it's been created here but stevens is point is if the nra doesn't need to buy influence its powerful because it's popular doesn't need to buy all this influence in the fact that it has doesn't mean that much uh that also is is arguable but this is the paragraph preceding his claim the more closely one looks at what passes for commonsense gun laws the more feckless they appear americans who claim to be outraged by gun crime should want to do something more than tinker at the margins of a legal regime most of the developed world rightly considers nuts they should want to change it fundamentally in permanently there's only one way to do this repeal a second amendment it point is that there's no serious effort to do this although i think there is i think that's the ultimate aim of the left it's like everything else they just won't come out and say so they're not going to come out and and specify their agenda they would lose an even bigger numbers than they have been losing recently at any rate red stevens in the new york times a conservative columnist is just one example of the uh thank you that is out there you knew this was going to ca you know the next thing was going to have bump stocks thou mid it it was learned that the.

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"red stevens" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"red stevens" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"He has he and radio sports i'm doug brown the top sixteen players on the leaderboard getting ready to teeoff in the final round of the us open in wisconsin brian harmon showing the way at twelve under par leads by one over justin thomas brooks and tommy fleet would and by too old rickie fowler the nba draft he just four days away and tomorrow the celtics in seventy six years are expected to finalize a deal to swap first round picks philadelphia with yet for firstoverall pick lost him would get number three overall and at least one future first round pick espn stephen a smith believes the celtics move will allow them to acquire free agent is shake about twenty two million off his salary allegations as a result you have in excess of twenty to twenty five million and cafes of not more and get talk about getting gordon haywood who starred for red stevens have bought collegiately you talk about getting hit from utah fish oil important as well as they had thomas jimmy butler poured is a with our offer end the rest they believe that will be enough the possibly knock off the cleveland cavaliers for surpremacy within the the carpets so it appears to be something that works for both sides more on this big trade the draft an free agency with me now has sinn brian windhorst and ryan holland's on nba lockdown insiders from five to seven eastern today here on espn on the baseball scoreboard the white sox lead the blue jays one nothing in the fifth game heels off the deal furthers i start in two months the raise lead the tigers who two one in the third logan mars him with a tworun homer indians in twin scoreless in the first auriol's lead the cardinal two to one in the third the dodgers lead the reds five the nothing in the fourth nationals in mets are one one in the fourth the promoter for boxer sergei kovolev kathy deuba says she'll pile of protest tomorrow over andrei ward eight round knockout win saturday night in las vegas cuba says ward hit kovolev with four low blows in that eight round the nhl newest tina las vegas golden knights will make it picks in the expansion draft this week among the players.

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"red stevens" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:40 min | 4 years ago

"red stevens" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Any role in this guy's thinking yet the the left will say sarah palin i'm still the new york times sarah palin was responsible for the shooting in arizona five years ago now we gotta gifford's i don't think there's a cause and effect of this guy in illinois i think that that uh he is uh was a person who is mentally ill he'll does excuse evil and if he had lived he could have been an and begin your probably would have been executed but you you have a a line that is clear to most americans very clear that in cross right with trump and and i've said this to you know way back uh when you were on tv with me hard for me to cover the trump administration shen because the hatred directed toward him influences almost everything he does and hatred is so wrong morally wrong i mean the the site in the new york times that you and excusable inexcusable but if you're an example of how not the fringe kathy griffins madonna all it he's not all right but business babushkin newspaper that looked up to by the network news in particular the runs this on the editorial page dude you give them any credit for correcting it by pass through there under such unborn mabel strain and this is the first time these people have done this i mean they they are are not a newspaper anymore that's not a newspaper letters that tape far left progressive journal that italy coordinators coverage with farleft groups they had on the editorial page right next to that one they had on the editorial page a great editorial of from the conservative point of view saying none of that is true red stevens yeah yeah none of what is true but none of the basically my opinion in your opinion on this that this guy was not politically motivated me he the the rhetoric has nothing to do with it so they did have the other point of view right next to it yeah credit for adequate each it's so what they are stevens from the wall street journal to be a token what their paper is top to bottom editorializing human and hard news pieces mom that your truck trump is unpaid and the trump is this a criminal or whatever um but back to the guy in in a little in illinois i know.

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