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AP News Radio
Democrat Cherelle Parker wins primary for Philadelphia mayor
"Democrat charel Parker won Philadelphia's mayoral primary Tuesday setting her up as the first woman to serve in the role. Parker emerged from a crowded field of 5 FrontRunner democratic candidates, her win was a disappointment to progressives who rallied around Helen Jim, who was backed by senator Bernie Sanders and representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. The Philadelphia race serves as a barometer of how residents of some of the nation's largest cities hope to emerge from the pandemic, which heightened concerns about crime, poverty, and inequity. In another race, voters in Allegheny county, which encompasses the state's second largest city of Pittsburgh, picked sitting state lawmaker Sarah in a murano as their democratic nominee to face the lone Republican contender, Joseph rocky in the November general election. I'm Julie Walker
The Dan Bongino Show
So What Does Bernie Sanders' 100% Billionaire Tax Plan Look Like?
"Sanders proposing a 100% tax on anyone who makes over a $1 billion So you make 999 million you get the point You'd pay whatever The 30% tab whatever the effective tax rate is I think it's something like 26% for the top 1% So roughly around 26 30% That doesn't factor in payroll taxes state taxes sales taxes you get the point right He wants you to pay a 100% tax meeting you have no access to money You make $10 billion 9 billion goes to the government Now sane people liberals again you can turn the show off now I'm not talking to you I get it We're talking to sane normal people not the imbecile class Same people would say to themselves well why then would I work or take risks with my money and my time and my sweat equity Why would I do that to earn money I can't keep enough to give to the U.S. government to flush down a toilet So then what would happen Well what you would see is you would see people start pulling out assets selling assets liquidating assets which would crash the stock market crash the real estate market You would see businesses fall There's people would likely close up businesses and retire I have my brother in law is a very conservative guy and this is to the show Chuck if you're listening how you doing buddy He listens out in Oklahoma He's good guys the doctor He said to me once something about ten years ago and I thought gosh I'll use that on my show to explain economics to liberal morons He said why would I go to work as a doctor if I was limited to say $5000 a day in revenue if it cost me 6000 to open my office HR staff insurance equipment you'd have to pay for ultrasound machines and everything Every day you showed up to work you would be losing money So I know liberals who again are really stupid are having a tough time figuring this out
AP News Radio
Pirates star Dick Groat, who also played in NBA, dies at 92
"Wrote was a star on the baseball diamond and the basketball court in the 1950s, long before Jackson and Sanders made major sports multitasking a thing. Grote who parlayed a spectacular hoop's career at duke into a brief stint in the NBA before becoming an all star in the 1960 national league MVP while playing baseball for his hometown Pittsburgh pirates died Thursday. He was 92
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Trump Goes “Scorched Earth” on DeSantis
"Trump is going scorched earth on desantis. It seems like when I look at Trump's feed on truth social, every single day he's pummeling desantis and in fact, Debbie and I were watching Trump's most recent ad that he's put out and add that actually in some ways makes you laugh. It makes you laugh because it's so trumpian and it's so over the top and the basic theme of the ad is the Trump created desantis. So the desantis was this kind of absolute nobody. Get the impression he was just some guy on the street. Who decided to sort of run for governor, he had absolutely no chance in the Republican primary, let alone in the governor's race, then to the rescue rides in Trump, Trump basically annoying dissenters and then desantis has a glowing future. So Trump's point is that this guy is who's claiming to be this kind of better alternative to me is none other than you may say my political offspring. So it's a condescending ad and the little the meaning, of course, or desantis. But it also makes you laugh because it's like, wait a minute. I mean, this may be true. Trump is from a generation earlier than desantis. So no surprise, a lot of people have come up through the Trump movement. Think of it. A lot of people came up through Reagan pretty much the entire generation of Republican leaders from Newt Gingrich to Jack camp so many others came up through the Reagan revolution. And so this is something actually Trump should be proud of, but not in the negative sense of bashing those people and saying, hey guys, listen, you would have been nowhere because of me, it would be more appropriate for Trump to say, really, the opposite. I'm proud of the Sanders. I'm actually glad that he's gone on to do a good job in Florida.
AP News Radio
Bernie Sanders endorses Biden, rules out 2024 bid of his own
"Bernie Sanders says he'll endorse Joe Biden. I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest. Senator Bernie Sanders says he is foregoing another presidential bid of his own and endorsing president Joe Biden's reelection, the leading progressive was Biden's chief rival in the 2020 democratic presidential primary shortly after Biden's reelection announcement, Sanders said that he would do everything he could to see that Biden is reelected. Sanders says Democrats should unite behind Biden to prevent another Donald Trump or some other right-wing demagogue from seizing The White House. Sanders also discouraged any other high profile progressive candidate from running against Biden. I'm Lisa dwyer
The Eric Metaxas Show
Dick Morris Comments on RFK Jr.'s Longshot Presidential Bid
"You just mentioned that because we've moved on. I want to get back to Tucker Carlson and Fox. But you just mentioned that The Washington Post reported that tomorrow Tuesday, Biden would make his announcement that he's running for president in 2024. You said today for some reason it looks like, in fact, that is not happening and then you said it may have something to do with the entrance into the race on the democratic side of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.. That's something the media has been not covering. And it's very significant. Let's go back to the history of Robert F. Kennedy's senior in 1967 and 68. Johnson was president and his ratings were crashing just like Biden's because of the Vietnam War. And there was tremendous dissent in the Democratic Party against Johnson, led by Robert F. Kennedy senior, the U.S. senator. And everybody pressured Bobby Kennedy to run, run against Johnson and the primaries. And he said, I won't do it. It would split the party and could elect Richard Nixon, the beta of the Democratic Party. So I'm not going to split the party. I'm not going to do that. Now, there's tremendous pressure inside the party on Biden to step aside. And maybe let Michelle Obama run maybe let Hillary run maybe let AOC run you're kidding. But she's literally not old enough to run. No, she is by three months. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren. And just like there was before, for Bobby Kennedy to run. And justice Bobby Kennedy wouldn't do it because he was going to split the party in the face of Nixon. These guys are not doing it because they don't want to split the party in the face of Trump.
The Dan Bongino Show
Chuck Todd: Polls Suggest Democrats Don't Want Joe Biden
"Todd I mean you're not going to find a bigger spit bucket carrier for the Democrat than chuck Todd This is a guy who was a full-time activist for the Democrat party posing as a journalist I mean the guy stick is so old People have been poking fun of him for years He was the silver medalist in our dopey media Talking Heads Olympics forever Here's chuck Todd saying listen man the poll numbers just ain't there What is this guy doing Check this out 53% of 2020 Biden voters say he shouldn't run 64% of Democrats who voted for Sanders are worn in the 2020 primates think he shouldn't run And 76% of voters under 35 think he shouldn't run And what's the top concern for that We asked voters We didn't prompt them We said why don't you think you should run Well these were the responses It almost is all about his age and his ability to do the job again These are among democratic primary voters Folks these are Democrats telling Biden not to run
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Surprising Results From Latest 2024 Presidential Poll
"You want the single digit brigades? Biden 25 Sanders 17, Michelle ten, among Democrats, you who's your first choice for 2024. 9% Pete Buttigieg, 8% Elizabeth Warren, 4% AOC, 4% Amy Klobuchar, 3% Gavin Newsom, 2% Kamala, wow. 2% for the sitting vice president. 2% RFK junior 2% Gretchen Whitmer, 1% Stacey Abrams, I did meet a chuckle. 1% Raphael Warnock, 1% Mary Ann Williamson, other 2% don't know not sure 8%. And this was when would this have been? This was taken poll taken April 13 to 17. So we'll call it last week. And this goes along with every other poll that we've been talking about in terms of how things can change. Of course, things are going to change. Biden's prospects will either rise or fall based on his ability to complete sentences in the English language, stay awake during campaign appearances, or whether he's able to even able to make campaign appearances at all. His
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Michelle Obama for President?
"Okay, Democrats, get a load of this. They asked a bunch of people. Let's see. 700 likely voters. Who's your first choice? Your first choice. How do you think Biden did? 25%. These are the top of the list. However, everything's relative. 25% for your sitting president, what? So here he comes. Second place? Making Biden look, well, not making him look youthful, but on the calendar, at least, one year older than Biden, at 17%. Bernie Sanders. Okay, Biden 25, Sanders 17. Guess who's everybody else has single digits? Except for one person. Who comes in at 10%, guess who she is. Wait for it. Wait for it. This is either a bad political novel to even think about this. Or it is something that we really need to think about and really need to be concerned about. She's finally proud of America, its Michelle Obama. Now,
The Trish Regan Show
Chicago Elects a Teachers Union-Backed Mayor
"Johnson. So Brandon Johnson was the Bernie Sanders backed progressive that is now going to be the mayor of Chicago and it's a little bit of a head scratcher because let's not forget Lori Lori Lightfoot was a disaster for the city of Chicago. She's the one that kept the kids out of school for so long because she was beholden to these teachers unions. Well, what did they do? They went and got another guy who's beholden to the teacher's unions. You tell me how that's going to work out for those kids in Chicago. It tell me how it's going to work out for people in Chicago on the south side that just want a little safety. Want their kids to be able to walk to and from school. Without having to worry about all the things that they're worried about right now. Well, the guy and they were both liberals, by the way, the guy that was actually backed by the police union and wanted to do more to help ensure safety and improve the economy and get kids in schools actually the CEO of the Chicago public schools. Well, they want anything to do with him. Nope, nope, they went with Bernie Sanders back, progressive, who is bought and paid for by the teachers unions. So more trouble ahead for the city of Chicago. It's really kind of tragic. But one day, hopefully, hopefully they learn their lesson and they start electing, the right kind of people with the right kind of policies because that really
AP News Radio
Tornadoes kill at least 10 across US Midwest and South
"There's widespread damage in parts of the south and Midwest. After a swarm of tornadoes ripped through communities leaving at least ten people dead in their wake. Arkansas appears to be the hardest hit, the small town of wind near the Tennessee border is covered in the debris of smashed homes, businesses, and downed trees. There are fatalities, several injuries, and some people reported missing in the Little Rock area. Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders on K ATV. We will get back up the next day and keep moving. We will help our neighbors. We will ensure that every arkansan who needs assistance has it. In Belvedere, Illinois, the roof of the Apollo theater collapsed during a tornado, one person was killed two dozen hurt. Police say the theater was packed and downed power lines made the evacuation difficult emergency managers in Sullivan county, Indiana. Say at least three people there were killed during the storm. I'm Jackie Quinn
The Dan Bongino Show
Amber Athey: Garland Acts Differently With Attacks on Conservatives
"Let's start off with this one I'm sure you saw it Attorney general Garland who amber as you know can jump to a conclusion like no human being in politics I mean he was sent a letter about parents being domestic terrorists and school board meetings and obvious logic leap that made no sense whatsoever yet There was a special category created at the FBI according to whistleblowers to go out and investigate those parents before any good investigation was done So he was asked and let me play the clip before you came on about a potential motive for this tragic shooting in Nashville by an alleged transgender attacker there and he didn't seem to know he wants to take his time and gather the evidence I'm okay with that That's fine with me but he doesn't seem to ever want to do that when it involves conservatives out there and they're the targets You notice that Yeah no isn't it incredible how whenever it's a politically inconvenient tragedy for the left they talk about how we'll never really know the motive I mean that was what they said After the baseball shooting and Alexandria when Republicans members were practicing for the baseball game to some radical last we may act who was a Bernie Sanders supporter tried to kill a bunch of them the FBI came out and said we may never know We may never know why he did it even though he had a literal hit list They do this when they come to a radical Islamic terrorism They do it now in the response to this transgender person targeting a Christian school But in every other shooting or every other tragedy it's always about white men or about the radical white domestic terrorists It's really amazing the cognitive dissonance they have when it comes to how they cover certain shootings
AP News Radio
Starbucks' Howard Schultz defends union stance before Senate
"Longtime Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has defended the coffee giants union stance before a Senate panel, the testimony was often testy with Senate health, education, labor, and pensions committee chair Bernie Sanders, saying federal courts and the national labor relations board have found Starbucks guilty of labor law violations. The most aggressive and illegal union bustling campaign in the modern history of our country. Schultz fought back. Starbucks has not broken the law. Saying, while the companies willing to bargain with unionized workers, they don't need unions because Starbucks gives them good pay and benefits. We do nothing that is nefarious. We put our people first. Ex barista, Jason saxton, told a different story, saying Starbucks fired workers and cut hours after his Augusta Georgia shop voted to unionize last year. He led a two day strike in protest. I was fired after organizing like so many union leaders across the country. Saxton says big companies like Starbucks do whatever they can to deny workers a voice.
AP News Radio
Pro-labor? Biden aims to prove it with unionized 2024 staff
"When president Joe Biden announces his expected reelection campaign, political allies say he'll be the first president to run a reelection campaign with a staff represented by a union. Biden likes to say he's the most pro union president in U.S. history and running a reelection campaign with a unionized staff would allow Biden to further demonstrate to his base just how deep his pro labor convictions are. There have been presidential candidates with unionized campaign staffs, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Julian Castro had unionized campaign staffs in 2020, and Biden's campaign unionized after clinching the democratic nomination that year. This time Biden's campaign will unionize earlier in the process. Biden is expected to announce a reelection campaign as soon as next month. Donna water Washington
The Doug Collins Podcast
When Democrats Say the Quiet Part Out Loud!
"Off the week in our podcast a couple of days when I talked about, you know, really where I see this election cycle going. Where I see the issues of. Politicians campaigns telling you what you want to hear, don't fall for the easy answers. But sometimes you really get the picture of what's going on in a different sense. You get the picture for one side or the other lowers the curtain down, so to speak on their real beliefs. And you get a peek behind the curtain if you would, on what is going on. I made a statement I was up with some great folks in North Carolina the other day. And I made a statement and I said this. I said, this is the best time I believe to be a conservative. It's the best time right now on a public discourse to be a conservative. Why? Because you don't have to make up what they left is do it. For years and in this podcast, you've heard me say it for years. Democrats would hide that they didn't want to take your guns. Now they're just out in the open with it. They want to take your guns. They don't believe in the Second Amendment rise. They try to couch it in all kinds of different terms. But at the end of the day, they don't like guns and they don't like people who have guns. Let's just be Frank about this. So is we look at this, the issue that is coming up and. Taking Democrats that their word is we literally now can take them at their work. So when Republicans say, look, your Second Amendment rights are in jeopardy. They can actually show, yes, they're in jeopardy. When people want to talk about raising taxes, Joe Biden is easily said, I want to raise taxes. Democrats are joined along. When Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders not want to control healthcare control banking, make it more departmentalized and the government, instead of the free market, that's where you see, you know, they're no longer hiding. What they're talking about. They believe that big government is the answer. They believe that what they're doing is making sure that government has the solution for y'all.
AP News Radio
New law allows anti-abortion monument at Arkansas Capitol
"Arkansas governor signed a new law that allows an anti abortion monument to be built at the state capitol to honor the unborn. Republican governor Sarah Sanders signed the bill into law. Her office notes the monument to the unborn will be privately funded. And the state capitol arts and grounds commission will oversee the selection of the artist and the design. The idea is to mark the number of abortions performed in the state before the roe versus wade decision was struck down last year and a near total ban took effect in Arkansas. Some lawmakers complained the idea is politically divisive. I'm Jackie Quinn
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Brit Hume: Not a Big Fan of Trump's Latest Attack on DeSantis
"Britt Hume doesn't think too highly of the nickname, Brit Hume, pretty level headed guy, usually great analysis out of Washington, D.C., here he was last night on Fox News. Not quite understanding the nickname penchant the president Trump has. Yeah, it's just kind of two guys in the ring sort of striking out at each other with very long distance jabs so far. I think it's likely to get much more intense. It's going to be very interesting to see how Ron DeSantis goes about trying to fend off Trump's attacks, which was so effective against Trump's rivals in 2016, remains to be seen with that strategy will be so far he's basically deflected them. I don't know how long he can keep that up, but it'll be interesting to watch. Yeah, Ron DeSantis. Do you think that's going to stick the sanctimonious? I don't think Ron desantis sounds much different to Sanders. I'm not sure what the point of it is. I don't think I don't think that hurts him in any way. What does it mean? Well, I think it's short for sanctimonious.
The Trish Regan Show
Biden Gives Green Light to $8 Billion Alaska Drilling Project
"This week, the Biden administration officially approved one of the largest ever drilling projects on federal land. They want to go up to Alaska and get 600 million barrels worth of crude. This would be an Alaska's north slope. I guess this means he didn't really mean what he said back when he said no new drilling projects. I remember that. Do you remember that? In fact, he was on stage with Bernie Sanders and they were debating and I quote, he said, no drilling on federal lands. Number one, no more subsidies for fossil fuel industry. No more drilling on federal lands. No more drilling, including offshore. No ability for the oil industry to continue to drill. Period ends. So much for that. He did an interview with The Daily Show trying to justify all this. Well, first of all, we're going to fashion anyone's ever gone. We're going to need fossil fuels for at least the next ten years. It's not like tomorrow. We can turn it all off. Okay. Number one. And so we're going to need fossil fuel. But we have to do is we have to I've said no more drilling off our ocean. I mean, a whole range, but it still has to be there has to be the ability to generate some energy. I mean, I don't even know what to say. Other than Joe Biden has grown up. Joe Biden has become an adult. I mean, it took him until he was 80, but he's now officially an adult. He recognizes the EIT and wave a magic wand and suddenly have a whole EV economy.
The Paul Finebaum Show
"sanders" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. And we are back and we'll continue with your phone calls here. Steve is up next in Kentucky, a hello, Steve. Hey, Paul, how you doing? Very well. A long time listener and you're usually right on. Thank you. Thank you. I thank you way too high. On mister Gifford. Really? I thought he last week. He still had defeated anybody. I think he goes to Albert and they'd be worse. He was being named as coach of the year in the SEC. And if he's a guy as good as the gulliver, on the hill, UT, I'm a monkey novel, and I don't look much like I've always wondered what a monkey's also looked like. Oscar asked me a question, Paul. Who has he won? All he does is jump jobs, who's he beat. Well, it's a fair point, and I thought Saturday was really one of those defining moments for lane kiffin. Can he make the right call? Can you deliver the knockout punch and he didn't? You're right. And frankly, but now coached him. And we all know he's an old beat up. Watch that man according to everybody. Whatever else. It's hard to do. It's embarrassing now when you get out coached by Nick Saban, isn't it? How can that happen? I don't want to get up on this island too much. But I do appreciate you taking my call and that can have any football culture in America at old man or auburn or Alabama. But let's leave UT alone. We got the right name. I think you do. You're absolutely right. Hey, thank you very much for the call. Thank you. Thank you. By the way, one of the Vegas odds makers has just put out an early line on the Georgia LSU SEC championship game, what do you guys think? Anybody want to take a shot? 20? You? 18. You? 12. 15 and a half is the early line. 15 and a half points. That's a sounds like just every other sounds like every Alabama game. Move along and dimitrius is up next in Mississippi. Hello Demetrius. Hey, Paul, how you doing? Where you're doing great. Thank you for calling. Thanks. I've been listening for a long time for years since my first time calling. Thank you. And I'll stick to the theme of Cadillac Williams first, I'll take that 15 and a half for LSU to catch an LSU fan. But I'm going to take my first time ever calling for auburn and carnell Williams. What I saw was Saturday and I heard the guy really say that he almost cried. I don't feel like that, but what I did notice that the way he leaned on his assistant, you can see his inexperience or whatever. If you watched the game, you could see him lean on those assistants and situational football where he needed to. And they rallied around him and I know the players played hard for him. I just wanted to call and I hope they are listening or watching and I just want to dig up the over in the system coaches. We're putting their egos to the side. And I don't even know if they even had any. Maybe they had none. But I watched him lean on those guys and they literally look like it was 5 or 6 head coaches to be honest
The Paul Finebaum Show
"sanders" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Carnell Williams getting ready for this weekend's game. Western Kentucky and then Alabama in Tuscaloosa. Ronnie Sanders runs the auburn undercover website where the name Cadillac, I'm sure has been mentioned often. During these last two weeks, Ronnie good afternoon, thanks you for being here. And we're really interested in a lot of things, but just as an auburn person, you've watched and seen it all. What are your observations of what has happened here exactly two weeks after Brian harsen was let go. Well, I think, you know, if you really look at first of all, good to be with you, though. But I think if you look at the auburn job overall, it's probably the best, it's better than it's been in a long, long time. You've got a president who has a full backing of the board. You got an AD who has a full back end of the president and whoever the head football coach is will come into a brand new $92 million football facility with a full backing of the board, the president, the athletic director, and that hasn't happened at all, but quite a long time. And I think that if you look at Cadillac and the way he's handled the team, you can look like the last two years and kind of look at how dark it was for all of them with Brian arson under running the show. Let's put a pause on Cadillac for a second. Because this coaching search was well underway before two weeks ago, we've been expecting Brian horston to be fired really since February. And he was finally fired two weeks ago. So tell us where you think it's going and then we'll add the Cadillac question into the equation. Well, I think right now the lane, given the story of the top candidate, it's really hard. He's on the verge of adding back to back ten win seasons in illness. That's really, really difficult to do. He's done a phenomenal job there. And I think without question, he's target number one. Now, if something were to happen and they not land him, I think then you open it up to the he freezes of the world and several others, but I think right now it looks like lane is later in the Clubhouse. Now Ronnie, we both know auburn as I alluded to. It's unlikely that John Cohn was brought in there two weeks ago and he just decided that lane kiffin is his guy considering he was the athletic director two weeks in a day ago at Mississippi state. How is the auburn family, so to speak? How do you think? Because we don't know for sure you may. How do we think they coalesced around lane kiffin as their top target? Well, I think that if you look around, you look at the options that are available, all of them is about to spend like as I mentioned before. Everybody's kind of on the same page now. All was ready to spend money, there's money there spans. And I think today is going out assembling for guys is over. I think often wants to go swing big and is there a bigger name out there that's available as in lane kiffin? Big splash. But I realized he's got a season going on. We know all that, but he's also got an agent that you are well aware of and everyone else's name Jimmy Sexton, who nobody really ever knows what the endgame is with him because he represents pretty much everybody in the league. He represents assisting coaches and he has made fools out of a lot of people, evidenced by the conversations here and on your website every day. I realize you're speculating here, Ronnie, but you're also in the middle of it all. You hear it all. How far do you think the conversations have gone between auburn and Jimmy Sexton? I think they've gotten pretty far, but I also think auburn is aware that things can and do change quickly, especially in the coaching search. And so I would be remiss if they weren't doing background work on other candidates. And so while lane kip and remains the top target and I think they feel pretty good about landing him, they're going to be other people that they've had as well. And I think that's kind of where we are. And just speculating in terms of I mean, I was with some twice over the weekend, so but I'm asking you the question because it's not like I'm sitting there talking to lane kiffin about the auburn job. We were talking about the Alabama game, but do you think that lane kiffin is, is there something he's interested in? Because it looks like he's got a really good situation at all unless I realize the contracts there are limited by state law to four years, maybe the money is not as high, but do you think the attraction for kiffin is the auburn recruiting base based on all the things that you've said, the alignment of the AD, the president, the boosters, new facilities, and a lot more money in NIL. I think it's all those things. And if you look at the chance to win championships, the last conference championship omits one was 1963. Alfred one three, I'm sorry, auburn one 7 since 1983. So if you look at all those things, all those one three one three SEC championships since 2004 appear to 5 SEC championship appeared in 5 SEC championship games, been undefeated twice and won a national title play for another one. If you just look at the history of the programs over the last 50 years, it's really not close. And so I think all the NIL money, the facility, the all the things that come to the offering job, a lot of those a lot of those things that come with the all the jobs are a lot better than what home is right now. Or has been for the last 50 years. Ronnie Sanders with Albert undercover. As you well know, 25 years ago, auburn was in a similar situation. Terry valland had been let go. And even though the old miss coach, ironically, Tommy tuberville was acting like he was never leave on this. In fact, he said, you'll have to carry me out of here in a pine box. We both know now that he had already accepted the auburn job and as soon as the egg bowl was over on Thanksgiving night, he got on a plane the next morning and went to auburn. Do you think we are anywhere near that right now in terms of kiffin indicating the Sexton that when this season is over, I'll take this or how does this stuff work? I mean, you've covered all of this. You've been part of it all. What really goes on here? Well, I think that there have been indications given to Oliver and that he's obviously really interested in the job. I think all of them wants to have a coach by I think they'd like to name the coaster there for the animal. And get recruiting and get ready for transport portal. So I mean, we're probably a week away from things getting really, really hot. But obviously Kevin is all we're hearing right now is Kevin Kevin Kevin. So and again, obviously things change can and do changes. Coaching search, some other jobs in my apartment that could change things, but right now auburn is the best job if it's open and looks to be maybe the best job that's open this year. So if he wants to make a move and have a chance to win championships, this may be the best opportunity for him. Ronnie, you went to school there.
The Paul Finebaum Show
"sanders" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Is in a very unique situation. My brother is a big time all we're saying. We go back and forth. But that's neither here nor there right now. Asking a lot of energy and motivated kid to just go play football not for SEC championship, not for a playoff birth. But for a coach, do you agree? Yes. Listen, there are many tributaries of being a head coach. But a lot of times when you get, let's use Nick Saban and Kirby smart for an example. They bring in the best players. They have elite players. So you don't have to motivate them to the same degree because they understand when you're an elite player, you understand that. And you have a level of expectation of yourself that is so high that some win one for the gipper speech is unnecessary, where. Average teams sometimes need to find that edge because you do not have as many elite players, but I will tell you Bryce young does not need to be motivated. He's motivated by meeting a certain standard of excellence of near perfection. That's how the great ones operate. So I think what carnell Williams has done is he's just lit a fuse to a program that was completely dead and in fairness to Brian. We all know all the things that he had working against him, but he did not have a personality that exuded excitement and motivation. He was very dry and he may have been a good exes and O's coach, but there has to be more to it than that. And I think that's why we are seeing. The excitement level. And I said, you know, some of it you have to be, is this just a reaction? Is this or is it an overreaction? But are those are questions that you pay people like John Cohn $2 million a year to figure out? Alex is up next in Alabama. Hello, Alex. Hey, hey, Paul, longtime listener. I think second time caller. Thank you. I enjoy you. I enjoy your program, man. I listen to it every day, even when I'm at work, and I'm sure my boss loves that. Got my earpiece in. Listen to error all the callers. But I did want to comment on the Cadillac Williams situation. I agree with what you just said. I think what you're seeing is a reactionary thing. I don't think necessarily. I mean, I'm reminded of Matt Luke and Ed orgeron. Right. They fulfilled the need at the time, but is it long-lasting? And I'm going to make this statement. I'm going to let you talk. I don't want to be long winded, but if anything, I think Chris boring was right. You have to keep Cadillac in the program. He is great for recruitment. He is energizing awesome person I didn't hear what during doesn't think he should be the head coach. I think Chris Dorian said that he's got to keep him in the program somehow. I didn't hear the whole statement, but that's very cliche to say. We're not talking about Cadillac Williams getting a job. We're talking about whether he I mean, he's run the football program out for exactly two weeks. And the program, which is not really been in most of the games, went to overtime on the road and beat a and M now, they're both mediocre teams. I mean, let's be honest, mister B state is not a great team. A and M is a shell of itself, but to me, it's the way he saved the moment. I don't know whether it's the right choice or not because I don't know Cadillac Williams as well as the people down there. You have to listen to him, you have to talk to him and find out what kind of plan he has, how he can organize. There's a lot to being a head coach. But oh yeah, yeah. And I totally agree with that. I would say if I can throw out a theory out there and I hate hypothesis, but I'm going to go ahead and say it. If auburn does hire the slam dunk higher, whatever that is. Whoever that is, would it be more practical to make carnell Williams the assistant head coach had recruiting, let him get the feel of what a head coach is alike. I mean, the one thing I don't want to know. I don't like that idea. Because I've never liked the idea as much as I respect carnell Williams and I think he's capable of being the head coach. I don't like the idea. Let's say you hire lane kiffin just for the sake of argument. And the first thing you tell, oh by the way, carnell Williams is your director of recruiting and assisted head coach. That's not how you're supposed to do it. If I'm sitting there in lane kiffin's position, I'm saying, listen, I'm running the program. I don't even know this guy. So you can't tell me who, and I know that's counter to what we're talking about here, but I think you either hire him as the head coach. Or you run the risk that he goes somewhere else. Right now, I would love to be carnell Williams agent. He doesn't need auburn. He's already proven that. Somebody's going to hire this guy. And Lion kiffin or Hugh freeze or Matt real or Donald duck comes in there and becomes the new head coach. And Carnot Williams might be better to say, you know what guys? I'm out of here. I'm going to get, I'm going to create, you guys could have had me, kind of like Deion Sanders and Florida state. They couldn't hire Deion Sanders. Instead of Mike norvell, they didn't want to. They didn't think he was qualified. Ravel may work out. He's doing okay. We'll take a short break. We'll talk about the subject in just a moment with Ronnie Sanders. He's a publisher of auburn undercover. Every college football season, Goodyear knows the importance of winning on the road. The road will always demand confidence, the confidence
The Paul Finebaum Show
"sanders" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. We are back and we'll talk to Ronnie Sanders at the bottom of the hour about the Williams situation down at auburn. Some of the other stories that are going on Vanderbilt with a huge win over Kentucky. What about that Kentucky program now? Are you think it gets easier for Mark stoops? He's got the dogs in there this weekend. Meanwhile, Missouri, what do they lose by what? 40 two? So since Eli drinkwitz is contract extension, they've lost at home to Kentucky. And on the road to Tennessee by 40 some odd points. Jimbo Fisher lost his 7th game of the year, Texas a and M currently has the worst record in the SEC. To get their money's work, oh, don't make snide remarks. Come on. Come on. Come on. We don't do that. We don't do that on this show. And they always say, they always teach you in comedy. You're never supposed to punch down. That means you don't make fun of those less fortunate. So we don't talk about them anymore here. Randy, we don't make fun of Jimbo Fisher. He's in the last place in the SEC. We've never done that before here. We never make fun of the seller dwellers. Coach is up next in Birmingham. Hello coach. Wow. What's up, brother? Hey, how are you doing? I'm doing all right. And I'm a long time long time listener. First time caller. Well, thank you. May I was listening way before you, we even started if the network would not be trained. But I got a couple of questions just about first question being what would you say is the greatest or the most important attribute of characteristic overhead coach? Well, I think a head coach has to be able to recruit. Because in the SEC, recruiting normally, not always, but normally trumps everything else. I mean, you have to have a leadership skills. You have to be able to relate to players. You have to be able to deal with the administration, but if you can't recruit, and I think that was a problem with Brian harsh, you have no chance of success. Okay. Secondly, I'm going to go back to your answer on that first. All right. Wouldn't you think that in all of the situations, the biggest thing would be for someone to come in and that is able to motivate not just those key with their fan base as well. Now keep in mind, I forgot to say roll tide for the rest of my life. Right. But you know, I see Albert
Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"sanders" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"And Arlene Harmon, who owned a restaurant in Salt Lake City, and the trio really got along. So the couple invited Sanders to visit their home if he ever happened to one day find himself in the Utah area. And a couple years later, that was the case. So Sanders dropped in. He learned that the harmons were looking for a new item to add to their menu. So he decided to pitch them his perfect pressure cooked fried chicken. But they weren't so sure. Fried chicken wasn't exactly a groundbreaking concept, nor was it necessarily something people were incentivized to leave their home to enjoy. But Sanders insisted. While at their home in Salt Lake City, he tracked down a pressure cooker. His 11 herbs and spices, flour, some chicken, and he borrowed their stove. And they watched, as he darted around their kitchen like a mad scientist. When he was finally ready, he placed his fried chicken in front of them both. Arlene Harmon, whispered to her husband. It just looks like greasy fried chicken. Nothing special. Then she picked up a piece, dipped it in gravy and took one bite. And in that moment, the harmons knew. Sanders fried chicken was not only going to be a new item on their menu. It should become the star item of the entire restaurant.
Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"sanders" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"Hines. In the early 1930s, Duncan Hines was decades away from printing his name on boxes of cake mix. Back then, the traveling salesman from Bowling Green, Kentucky, was spending his days on the road, and his nights, eating disappointing chili. So, by virtue of his lifestyle, Heinz became somewhat of an amateur food critic. And one day, he and his wife decided to scribble a list of the best restaurants Heinz had frequented on his travels. 475 of them to be exact. From coast to coast. And in 1935, he bound and published that list. In a book he called adventures in good eating. He sold each copy for $1, and by word of mouth, the book spread like wildfire. Every trucker traveler and restaurateur across the country wanted a copy. And guess which motel restaurant made the cut. Sanders court and cafe. To be featured in the nation's first road food guide was a huge leg up. The blurb read notable for its sizzling steaks, fried chicken, country ham, and hot biscuits. Which caught the attention of the governor. The governor of Kentucky, ruby
Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"sanders" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"By the 7th grade, Sanders was struggling to keep up with school. He dreaded math class in particular, and now it was getting all sorts of fancy names like algebra and arithmetic. He told New Yorker magazine, teachers started asking him to solve for X the unknown. And yet, the only known he could think of was that he was quitting school altogether. Why sit in class all day making $0 when he could be out in the world earning $15 a month. That was math. He could do. So at the ripe old age of 11, Sanders dropped out. It wasn't long before he got himself another job on another farm. This time, he plowed the fields with a team of mules, milked the cows, fed the chickens, and shucked the corn, from well before dawn, to well after dusk. It was exhausting work for an 11 year old. But by that point, he was glad not to be home much. His mother had remarried, a man who wasn't exactly keen on the idea of stepchildren. So, at age 15, Sanders flew the coop, and embarked on a series of odd jobs in search of his passion. Starting at a transportation company. In 1906, Sanders began taking fares and making change on a streetcar in new Albany, Indiana. But it didn't last long. When
Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"sanders" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"Them to bed and cooking for them. One day, Sanders baked a loaf of bread in the family's hot wood stove, all on his own, and he was so proud. The first grader immediately wrapped it up and brought his creation to show his mother at the canning factory. She and the lady she worked with all gave him a big hug. By the year 1900, he was ten years old, and his mother decided he'd proven himself ready to start contributing to the family, financially. So she got him a job clearing brush for a farmer down the road. Now, at ten years old, Sanders had a wandering imagination. Clearing brush was a monotonous activity, far less adventurous than his own mind. So, way out in the bush and with no one around to keep him on task. Sanders got bored. So he lay down in the grass, daydreaming, and listening to the sounds of nature. But when old MacDonald caught him lazing on a Tuesday afternoon, Sanders was fired. He was ashamed, then terrified. He'd have to tell his hardworking mother he could no longer help her pay the bills. He swallowed hard and delivered the news. She said, I'm afraid you're just no good. It looks like you'll never amount to anything. By the 7th grade, Sanders was struggling to keep up with school. He dreaded math class in particular, and now it was getting all sorts of fancy names like algebra and arithmetic. He
"sanders" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"I'm inside of Monica. I'll survive. I feel like this feels like a real honor on multiple levels. One of them is that you trek across Los Angeles. I sure did to come and do this in person. I sure did. B we're just doing it in person. I know. Literally across a table. Yeah, it's a totally different experience. I can see you've got like a torso. It's a whole different deal. I do. I do. And the third thing is I feel like an incredible day to get to talk to you. You launched a podcast. It's a great day. This is a really good day. This is my third time watching this show. First, the NPR politics podcast. And then it's been a minute a few years ago. And with those launches, I was scared out of my mind. The night before the politics podcast launched, I remember being at my cubicle and the NPR building to midnight, trying to study crying quietly while playing Christian rock. Like dark, the night before the trailer came out. It's been a minute. I was so nervous I couldn't sleep and I walked my dog for 5 hours in the middle of the night. And my dog was like, fuck you. And for this one, we wrapped our edits, I want to say innovate Tuesday. So the engineer was just mastering everything on Wednesday. And last night, my boyfriend and I went to the movies. And then I came home. And went to bed. It just had a restful night's sleep. Yeah, you know, the biggest problem for me in this last 24 hours before the show hit listeners ears was feeling very conflicted about the film I watched last night, which is nope. Oh yeah. Which I don't think is that. Can I say that? I don't think it's that good. I don't think you're allowed to say that. Okay, I know, I know, scratch that. But that was the biggest source of stress for me. Wow. In the last 24 hours, what is that about, man? How have you. And I think it's just like a lot of recentering of priorities over the course of the last two or three years of pandemic. I think I've done a lot of work in trying to compartmentalize things a little more. I love my job. I love my work. I'm always proud of all of the audio I'm making, and I want it to be good. But I want my job to live in a box. And I want when I'm done with the job, to put my job in the box, and then go to the fucking movies. And I want what I've finished my work to go live a life. And I think early on when I was starting to do podcasting or doing political reporting or breaking news reporting, the work itself was all consuming, and it was the largest part of my life. And now I think this is the best show I've ever made, but it's a smaller part of my life. And that's good. Is that like a function of maturity or of getting to a place where you don't need to work all the time? That's a few things. I think the longer you do it, the quicker you get at it. So you don't have to spend 80 hours a week doing the job. You can actually do 40. Maybe even less than a good week. I also think that like you get older and that's just part of the change. My first launched the politics podcast, what? November 2015, almost 7 years ago. I'm about to be 38. Let's say I was like 32, 31, then so I'm just like a different person, but also I think the pandemic and my journey through pandemic. It was a lot of isolation. A lot of individual solo travel, a lot of being in different parts of the country and the world. And sitting still and having a lot of time to think and just, you know, I'm not new to be saying this and everyone kind of had this journey, but what really fucking matters. And my work will always matter to me because I get to do a job that I love to do and I really believe in it, but it's work. It's work. And so how do I continue to make really good shit and believe in what I do? But value my relationships and my friendships and my hobbies and my dogs just as much. That's the work. It feels like a job. Every job feels like a job. It's a job. I get paid for it. It's a job. I'm waiting for the check every two weeks. It's a job. Did it always feel that way? Oh. I mean, when you were sitting at the NPR headquarters in 2015, listening to Christian rock. Hillsong, I should be clear. Because Christian rock is going to make you think like D.C. talk. We're talking like that. Acoustic guitar shit. I totally know exactly what you're talking about. Did it feel like a job then? It felt like a life. Yeah. But I have a life now that is not my job. Wait, what do you mean it felt like a lot? It felt like a life. It felt like that was all that there was. And getting that right was all that mattered. And now do you feel like you've gotten it right? Some of it, I think I've figured out how to do the thing that I'm most likely to get right. I think a lot of what I was doing in the first several years of my career in journalism was like seeing what stuck. I was always kind of a generalist. And undergrad I double majored in political science and music composition. I got a master's degree in public policy with a focus on very generalist ideas and themes. And so I came into the work, kind of just being a quick study. And I was like, well, do you want me to do? And so I covered business stuff for a little bit. I covered entertainment stuff for a little bit. An election. And over the course of all of that, I think probably around two years into it's been a minute. I figured out my competitive advantage lies in this stuff. I like doing this stuff. Do more of that. Well, I want to talk more about what that stuff is. Yeah, yeah. But this thing you're talking about, I feel like there might be people listening for whom the clarity that you have about this is elusive. Well, you caught me on a good day. I think because we had a relatively uneventful launch and no one has canceled me or the show. As of the first 17 hours, it's been up. Yeah. I'm in a very good space today. Well, that's great. I'm so glad to have caught you there. But it also seems like this is a product of a fair amount of thinking and intentionality. And mental health professionals. Thank you, Jonathan. I love you so much. I want to understand a little bit better how you got there. Because I think it is difficult, particularly if you're like a young journalist, young, creative person, many people have had the Hillsong experience. And to get to a place where you're like, yeah, all right, I left the only place I've ever done this work. To me, from the outside, I was like, wow, it's a big move, Sam made. There's risk and challenge and excited new stuff and all of this in there. And to be at a place where you're like, this has to have equal balance with my boyfriend and dogs. And everything else, how do you do
"sanders" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"How are you, sir? You appear to be on some kind of vacation yourself there. That does not look like where you normally call me from. I am in a beautiful Los Angeles California. It's so nice here. Who is on the program? This week on the program, I talked to Sam Sanders. Sam Sanders is or was, I should say, a long time NPR host, he hosted the politics podcast and then for the last couple of years, he's hosted a show called it's been a minute, but he has left NPR and he just launched, in fact, he launched it the day we talked, a new podcast called Intuit for vulture. It's a culture show and we talked about starting something new and leave an NPR. It's always fun to have these conversations with people on the day that something launches. It's like an exciting moment. And Aaron, we did it in person, rare in person interview. I don't think I've done an in person interview since COVID other than the time that Evan came to my house to interview me, which doesn't really count. So I envy you that sounds delightful. Everything about this setting and setup seems delightful. We should say for full disclosure, this show is produced and partnership with vox media. I believe they also produce the vulture show that Sam Sanders, is that correct? New York magazine, part of vox vulture part of New York magazine. This is two vac shows. It's the same family here. Consider it disclosed. Here is max with Sam Sanders. Hey Sam, how are you? I'm all right, man. How are you?
Wisdom From The Top
"sanders" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top
"Just doesn't feel like a culture fit. When we come back in just a moment, Chad decides to confront that work culture and in the process starts to understand himself. Stay with us, I'm guy raz and you're listening to wisdom from the top. Support for this podcast comes from NPR sponsor tagger media. Did you know over 50% of us have ad blockers installed on our web browsers? That's why more and more smart marketers are increasing their investment in influencer marketing. Make influencer marketing easy and effective with tagger media, the intuitive influencer marketing platform that gives top brands and agencies the accurate data and tools they need to succeed throughout every phase of their influencer campaigns. Had to tag her media dot com slash wisdom to schedule a free demo. Welcome back to wisdom from the top. I'm guy raz. So it's 2010 and Chad has found himself alone once again in a predominantly white space. Google. And instead of confrontation, Chad is trying to fit in, which doesn't work. I changed how I dressed. Frankly, I changed to my dated. I changed what kinds of food I ate, I lied, I made up stories about trips to international countries and I never left the country until I worked at Google. It was so humiliating, it still humiliating now, less so because I can say it out loud, but I was clawing, man. I was scraping. I was trying to do anything to just feel like and look like somebody who my colleagues and my bosses could see as someone who should get promoted as someone who should be a manager there as someone who could one day be a level 5. I remember looking at myself in the mirror different days and thinking, oh, gotta go cut my facial hair off. Oh, let me go to war with Parker and get these glasses. I mean, frankly, I was trying to look like you, man. I was trying to look and sound and be like some version of you. I wasn't familiar with you in 2010 at that time, but you know what I'm saying, right? Of course. That is the San Francisco Silicon Valley, the poster. That's what everybody was even the women. Many of them were trying to emulate this thing. And the further and further that you were from it, as far as I can see, the more it hurt and the more it was humiliating. And all the while I was giving more and more and more power to that image and to that type of person by trying to emulate them by just reflecting back to them what they already thought was good. What was it that? Because you write about how it also affected your work performance, right? And there was a point where you decided enough. I'm going to stop this code switching. Yeah. And I'm just going to stop playing this game. How did you come to that kind of realization? It was failure repeated failure and repeatedly still trying so hard to become. And still seeing that I was being treated by managers and some colleagues as funny little brother, my ideas weren't taken seriously. My questions were either ignored or sort of sniffed at. I didn't get fired and a lot of people that looked like me did for culture fit reasons. It was almost like they saw potential that I could eventually learn this operating system, but I was not there. And I was watching colleagues get promoted and I was watching. You know, you can start to see the future leaders of the company forming their fraternity sorority and I just knew I wasn't in it. It was a type of repeated failure that was saying you are a failure at this. And you're never going to turn this around. You might as well just stop trying. So there was no moment of like, oh, you know, I'd be better off just being myself. I surrendered, you know? I gave up. And when I started walking in that office, as myself again, I started listening to my music again. At that time, Lil Wayne, Kanye West, Gucci man, when I started letting people who looked like me, letting their spirits sit back into my bones and back into my own spirit, my colleagues definitely saw me differently, but I saw myself differently. And then I started to form a voice and an identity again. When you are fully expressing who you are, you feel liberated, right? You feel like you're not hiding something or that you're not trying to be something that you're not. I think so. And it actually in your career trajectory completely changed when you when you push that away when you said, you know what, this is not who I am. It changed because I just stopped acting like someone who was afraid to ruffle feathers who was afraid to rub people the wrong way who was afraid to sound like an idiot. And people start to sort themselves around that. They start to self select. They start to decide, do I want this type of live wire in my life or do I want to get away from this person? And that kind of clarity helped me. The people who believed in me the people who felt attracted to that sort of energy started to sidle up beside me and say, hey, I have this opportunity for you. Do you want to meet this person? Do you want to be in this room? Come on. And the people who thought this guy scary and weird and he's an asshole, they got the hell away from me. My emails to them went unanswered. Authenticity provokes that. You become like a fire a little bit like a campfire. You know, it's like there are some animals that hate heat and they will run away from that thing and there are some animals that are looking for that, you know, and they come and they get close. And I needed that sort of self selection. So I guess around this time, this is like 2014. You leave Google. And I guess for a while, you work for like a smaller tech startup. But then from what I understand, you kind of start to get into entrepreneurship. And I want to talk to you a little bit about that because it seems like the idea of entrepreneurship was really inculcated in you from a pretty early age. The idea of creating and having your own thing was really an important part of what, I guess what your parents talked to you about. Yeah, they did. In addition to that, my dad used to ask me and my mom sometimes, if I were playing N 64 too long or whatever, they would turn the game off and they would say, go learn about in 64. Go figure out who makes this, how is it distributed? What are the production costs? What.
"sanders" Discussed on KOMO
"Sanders along with you, and we're hearing from the daughter of an NBA icon, nearly two years after his tragic death. ABC's Juju. Chang reports. She's the oldest daughter of the late NBA great Bakers, legend Kobe Bryant and mom Vanessa. And now she's landed on a coveted cover for teen Vogue. Hi, I'm to tell you, Bryant. Welcome to my teen Vogue cover Shoot Natalia Bryant, speaking out for the first time about the tragic passing of her father and little sister G in that helicopter crash in early 2020 Natalia, looking back on her father's legacy exclusively, telling teen Vogue I love talking about my dad. It's bittersweet, but I enjoy talking about him more than it's sad for me, Natalia opening up on how her family is coping, saying you do the best you can for my little sisters were trying to keep that memory for them and also just trying to remember to live out every day the way they would. She's going through a tough time. But you can just tell that she has a lot of support around her. I think it does her heart good. To speak about her father, Kobe Bryant, the team no stranger to fame, crediting her parents for providing her own identity. Apart from her father's Natalia, recalling growing up, my parents made it as normal as possible. Thank God they did. It's not Oh, she's Natalia Bryant. She's Kobe Bryant's daughter. A lot of times they saw me as she's just nanny now. 18 years old Natalia, sharing her prom dress reveal and news about signing with MG models. And.
Pod Save America
"sanders" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Out to be look how incompetent it all turned out to be. Tommy do you think we overstated the case for the fact. That trump was a threat to democracy. Think we're overstating the case now. No no i think it's absolutely clear that he is willing to believe his own lies and he's willing to push people until they go along with them and that he had had the opportunity to stay in power and it sounds like for a while. He and rudy giuliani. Where the only ones who actually thought there was a chance. Mike pence might actually take steps to overturn the election That he would have been happy to remain so i. I think we came very close to him. Sticking around in the most Traditionally th oratory authoritarian manner possible and. It was a big deal. You know it's like it's like lord of the flies. The book starts you like these are little boys. They're gonna have some fun on this island and before you know it shit turns and it's like that's just human you know if you push any human hard enough long enough something happens shit turns and it gets real and so i'm just playing until it's not i mean this is not new to trump. This is just human nature and like trump is rare buddha politician who just doesn't stop button he doesn't have a frigging stop by at all and you can see these connections right. Like trump knows. The election wasn't so he basically talked about it. He gives interviews about the different demographics. He lost at this point and yet he's still says that there's this big lie and everybody plays along and then a bunch of people believe and they show up at the capitol or you have a clearly blatant effort to invent a boogeyman in critical race theory. But it bunch of people start showing up at school board meetings screaming because they believe it. 'cause they really believe that they have internalized it and so the creators of this propaganda may not be great. Organizers may not be successful at it they may not be competent but it's still reaching millions of people every single day and and and ripping at the fabric of our society. And this is the thing that like is always the elephant in all of these rooms. The connective tissue here is fox news. They carry the water. They carry the messaging even mentioned in critical race. Theory like the trajectory of where that story came from this conservative filmmaker. Christopher rufo appeared on fox news in early september of two thousand twenty. He said the words critical race theory. The white house was watching. They saw it. They liked it within a few days. They had rufo at the white house to help them craft donald trump's executive order banning crt and the federal government that happened by the end of september. There's a direct through line to all of these stories. And all of these conspiracies and it is fox news before we go. Obviously this is still playing out because trump held a rally this weekend his first since leaving office. What did he talked about. He talked about the big lie. Sam let me start with you. What were your. What were your thoughts in as this latest rally unfolded i would say to reporters covering it Just because everyone in those pins is full of great. Vox because they'll say crazy stuff for your article doesn't mean it's an actual trend. I think we confuse sometimes the ease at which we can get a story to the importance of the story itself. It's really easy to do a story at a trump rally. We know how to do it at this point. And there's a lot of folks that will give great tape great bites. It doesn't mean that it's the most important store in the country. And i don't think a trump rally right now as nearly as important as journalists. Thank goodness yeah. Yeah i i agree that i do think like sort of having watched the whole thing. I do think it's instructive where you can see what they wanna talk about right. So extensively twenty twenty two was the focus. He leads with crime. He leads with murder. You know defunding. Police borders are overrun cartels and drugs right critical race theory like those are their top core issues but when you get to the end after trump complained about the teleprompters Being messed up by the wind you get it to the parts that he really wants to talk about which is thirty. More minutes re regurgitating. All the election lies. I thought that was interesting and instructive. You're right it's not surprising. It's not new. It's sort of like the core of the gop message. Filtered through the broken brain of the president who would like to have won the election that he lost all right. Well let's leave it there and we come back. Republicans no longer love. The troops patent america is brought to you by june shine. 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"sanders" Discussed on Photography Radio
"My name is scott olsen and today we are talking with paul sanders paul's over in the south of the uk south of england beautiful area and has one of the most remarkable photo careers that any of us could hope for. He was the photo editor at times and now he is into something of mindful photography landscape photography black and white minimalist approach but with a really really intriguing and to my mind to use a technical term here to engaging with photography and engaging with the landscape paul how doing today how's over in england hayes. Gone i'm good. Thank you really nice. Spring spring afternoon is thank you very much for having me as it's it it is. My pleasure is really really remarkable. Work your work paul. It i mean it is landscape market. It is a very quiet market. It's a very template of work but that's not what a great deal of your career was about. You know you as i said a minute ago. You were the photo editor for the times. Tell me how you get from being the seven year old with the instamatic to the photo editor of the times and then completely turning in a different direction. Say you go from being the kids who likes taking pictures because you think is cool with a lot of hard work Very lucky the key to it. I think is understanding why i was fired. Crossing things might vary in photography last night trump printing in dot greens in helping photography Do that kind of thing was actually as a glamour photographer. in spain. One always eighteen hours shooting glamour calendars in the trunk of now. That's what the sort of the young kid photographer won t today. A wanted the cool the photography job with the girls and the life on the fast call. I think basically i was really early. Midlife crisis ended. It sounds like heaven for for reasons up. I'm basically spend all the money. i mean. We would pedroia. While spent all the money that i and having a good time unto only salute my now ident- regrets it. Because had i not done that. I wouldn't've needed when i came back to the uk.
"sanders" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"He has to navigate those circles as the character. You know but this is something that you know. This is kevin conroy. Siri batman is the real guy. And bruce wayne is the mask so he does it to to as a means to an end but he has to play the playboy part of him to To keep that mask without any cracks or people don't suspect he's really batman interesting way to approach it in your in your book by the way i really like thank you. I really appreciate that. You know. I think it was. Joel's pfeiffer who. I made that that batman is the real person. Bruce wayne is the character and then he said in contrast clark kent is. The real person at superman is the performance. That's he's got a really interesting book. She was fight for about how. Here's amazing superheroes but I i think i say this. Maybe i just imply in the book. I've thought so many times batman should not work you know. Beth mentioned not work as popular character for american audiences. Because what we keep telling ourselves now whether this is true or not is for debate. But what we've been telling ourselves for a couple of hundred years now is that we don't want delete writing in from their mansions to fix things for us. What we want is to be. Self reliant. We want to be one of the people where it's the working class person who support. It's a death salesman right. Yeah dead not death of some magnificent prince or something like that tragedy. that's right we're interested in willy. loman literally low man so Baton shouldn't work as idea that the working class gets saved by a rich guy who doesn't even live in the town full of the people he saving he just rides in on his black stallion. Beatson people up and then leaves. That shouldn't work. And i think that this show will and so. That's a problem throughout batmans history from the very first favors stories. But i think that this show deals with that problem. In a head-on way that most batman stories don't most batmans reaches kind of try to slide over the fact that it's a rich guy coming to save the working class. And this show says you know. Here's the thing. There are good rich people in their bad rich people. Most rich people are really not very good human beings but reuss is and we're going to figure out why and that's that's one of the central question i think of this whole animated series is so wide. Is bruce get to be a rich personnel. What even makes a good rich person. Yeah fascinating stuff really fascinating..
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"sanders" Discussed on Catch my Killer
"Please not. Even the amount of words can just bake this person to have a heart spiritual moment where they just say. It's time to give this family. Solar lease please call law enforcement poverty line of shelton eight zero three four seven. Four two zero nine can be. They can email to find shelton standardized. Gino dot com can call. They don't feel comfortable with that. It can call the richest county sheriff's department in colombia. If they can please just finding a place in their heart where they can understand that a mother has lost her son. A father hasn't seen or heard from his son in twenty years. Brothers have not heard hug touched or last with their brother. A sister my cell eleven years. Oh who my brother show was the one who was in lebanon and he made sure that i you know did my homework. It's schoolwork make sure. I could not taught me how to iron clothes through laundry if you can just understand what. It feels like to lose a sibling. A- mother or father or brother or sister anyone ever been close to you and just imagine what would it feel might move that person and not know or hear or see that person ever again and not more that person may be in this world if you can just find a place in your heart word. It took youths and know that. Bring that information to his family. To shelton's family would be the biggest blessing and the malls appreciated gifts that you could ever do for his family. Despite reporting net information that accurate information who just want him bone castle ward is available and twenty five thousand dollars. Whatever it is we can figure it out. We just want the answers. Please report information. We have forgiven any persons that were bear witness it in. This didn't wanna say anything. Anybody that is involved. We have no Will in our hearts. We just want to bring him home. We want justice Closer and we want peace and if they can just please from the bottom of our hearts were begging them. Please come forward and report. They accurate information about the location. In the information. Best leading to shelton's remaining in that concludes the story of shelton. Sanders killed this amazing young man law enforcement and assist or need your help for nearly twenty years will vary in. Her family have waited for answers that have eluded them who took brother away from their family. They all miss him in one is body returned so that he can receive a proper burial. Do you know what happened to shelton sanders back. In two thousand one. There is currently a substantial financial reward for anyone with information leading to finding shelton's body. If you know anything about his death please contact the tip. Line eight three four two seven four two zero nine or you can send an email to will vary dot sanders at yahoo dot com or you can call the richland sheriff's department at eight zero three five seven six three thousand you can also visit. The findings shelton sanders facebook page. For more information about this case. I will also include all this information in the podcast story nets. In if you're a parent law enforcement official friend or relative seeking.
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"sanders" Discussed on Catch my Killer
"And he said yes. Mark x zero such thing as accidental death in south carolina and then he said awkward. We can explain that. Mr mizzou sanders. They want to know whether sunday's he said. How do you explain accidental death. And then he said mr mrs sanders just want closer. We can explain that to them. You can help them find that signed. He said but i've already went to his people's house and told them that. I wanted to shelton help them. Find shelton and then suddenly the other investigator who was also supposed to be. The interrogation room suddenly walks back into the interrogation room and then our lead investigator tries to update the other best skater. About what mark. Richardson was just getting ready to i. Guess tell them where the body was or give a complete confession. He gives them up to speed and then mark. Richardson said. I didn't say any of that. And then he said he didn't say that we were just talking about it. We can explain that. Just don't the he said. I don't wanna talk and i'm ready to go. That's when he he was though but was go now. That was may of two thousand and three so apple still collecting more witness statements surrounding the events of mark. Richardson's patter on how he acted based on the witness statements. They were saying that starting nights and ninety nine. Two thousand landmark started working or gas oil company in florence. He started becoming hysteresis with the group. He started telling the group start. Just acting very paranoia around them every time. They had their hands in their pocket. Who what are you have in your pocket. And they was like. Would you want to know what i have in my pocket in what he would be like. Yeah just a cigarette. Pack had a gun and he said that they were saying that on some occasions when they would be in the house. Just have you know watching the game or having a beer. He will look behind his head and say what are y'all talking about an and they were like we're just talking about the game he said i hear voices in my head is telling me talking about me melissa. Before shut listen. Even shelton was aware that mark. Richardson will suffer. Orleans means paranoia issues and hear voices in the mark. Richardson said that he felt that he was the anti christ. He felt that one of them were the police. He felt there. One of the other friends is following him. He felt that all of them were talking about him and lighten on him. He told one of the friends that his truck his Four trump was talking to him. He heard voices in his trump was telling him that his friends were wanting to kill them. He was also saying to the french really uncomfortable around you guys and they let why. Why would you feel that we've been knowing you since nineteen ninety-three. He said well he's voices in my head is telling me young one of y'all in particular he said i gotta kill y'all for your kill me and said we'll why would you say that we've been boy who've been homeys. I ninety three with high school college together. Why would you feel that way. He's just saying he's been hearing voices and then they talked to bomb force but talk to his parents who dad is saying that he also himself he also suffer from a mental illness a paranoia personality disorder when he was a little boy and this is a phase that mark was going through and having the same stages of illness his mom also told law enforcement that she threw mark out of the house because he was acting weird. Funny paranoia incur house so she told him that he couldn't come back between two thousand and three after. Finding the card law enforcement was pretty much collecting more witness statements trying to circle around his life kicking to his coworkers his associates and trying to get more what markle's into what he was doing speaking to be nelson said he was involved with a girlfriend would have to find out about mark's personality and what was he saying about doing it was the into so they performed another search warrant on his house in two thousand and five and they confiscated computers and books detailing how to get rid of missing persons Dead bodies and he also in computer was searching shelton sanders when a broader menu. They were like. Will you know we complicated computer your fouls papers documents. That had searching. He admitted he said yeah was searching about shelton sanders and i wanted to get updates on whether they found shelter. Not you know. He was acquiring about shelton's whereabouts so he omit neom admitted that so they also did luminol in the behalf that he is living name in olympia avenue where they were trying to be in a number of that came back as shelton's blood or mark richardson's blood but in october seven two thousand and five an arrest warrant was made and they said you're being arrested for the shooting death of shown sanders and then he put his hand up in the air and said he got me. I knew this was going come. You got me. He's on bond or a hundred thousand dollars. Apparently he pays it pays his son and gets out than we have. Trial april fifteen through april twenty first. Seventy two thousand eight a mistrial at one week and one day of the trial testimonies evidence facts that were presented to jury was a hung jury of seven jours voted guilty while five. Jurors voted back guilty in or undecided. The foreman was also interviewed actor. Trowels over any said wet ledge out to this decision and it was said that at firs they said when they went back there when they were dismissed. Tubo into their talking. You know jurors in the back and start. They're coming out with their decision on the verdict. Initially vote was nine. Guilty revolted not guilty. And they say we'll after have more discussion. The two jurors tranged over two undecided which led to seven and five. Because they said there was an variety jones body was found is unclear of how old murder where shop shelton's bodies and there is no proof of of a murderer even though they confiscated a weapon afforded five caliber even though martin and try to sell his thirty eight caliber revolver to one of the friends for days. Apple shelton goes missing. And he said that i don't need it anymore. That was also said in the trial the might and these other auxiliary that he had that was pertaining to the case they said even though all of this evidence they feel that they have the right person. They said. We do feel that he knows exactly what happened. He knows he was there but it wasn't enough direct. Although jury failed to convict mark richardson of killing shelton sanders. Richardson can still be tried again. If new evidence is uncovered will vary explain. The jury couldn't agree on a verdict and the challenge with convicting someone without a body. He can be tried again. This does not mean that this is over. We recently county. Solicitors office are waiting for new evidence. We are currently waiting from the evidence. I have been on the world to finding shelton.