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"shilts" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Capitally guy, Danny. You guys ready for a little shot of Rocha rock'n'roll? Hayley, Welcome back. Wow. Good to see you. But sorry about My cubs are good man. They were 19 and eight and May the team has won 10 of its last 12 games and they've won six Great series. So I ask you guys shot or no shot. David Ross is your NL manager of the year shocked no shot. Let's see where this thing goes up today. Damn right, he's getting votes. Who's the manager of the Giants Giants? Yes. Dusty Baker. Yes, Bruce Boat that Bruce Boat She who's the manager of the gentler Gabe Kapler. He's in the discussion. Yes, is Where does he maybe is a human being? He's doing a really good job right now. He wins it. He wins it right now. I'm not so sure about that. Well after the speech last week, Mike Shelter gets to vote for me After the long time, they're exposing Major League Baseball. Shilts is in there. You're the guy with the Mets. Alas, cookie robots that's not cooking RoHaas, Miguel's God God. What's the name of the guy? There'll be an HR issue? Just just throwing out. Just roll on Melrose. I get no world, huh? No, it's Miguel. Is it? Male Role? Hotel room, huh? Yes. Old club is on there. I think it's Mel. It's not now, anyway. Yes. David Ross is in the team photo for manager of the year shot. Is that what he asked? He asked. What do you win? Jenny. Well, I said, I said no shot. I said he is your n l s not in the photo cap because I agree with you. He's in the photo. Yeah, I say. I say no shot Tingler still with an outside chance. Danny. All right, guys going back to what? We were just talking about Last segment. The breaking news from Adrian War. Janowski, Brad Stevens moving into the front office. Danny age moving on. Here's some more on that, and I'll get to the shot or no shot. A change has been contemplating leaving for several months, He'd been talking about possible succession plans with ownership. Stevens has been described as worn down with coaching since the bubble. He welcomed the chance to make a transition to the front office. He is going to lead the search for his successor and head coach. I asked you gentlemen, all this is happening shot or no shot because the players have tuned Brad Stevens out. Uh, shot That's fair a time that otherwise Why? Why? Just stay in the job. What would wear you down? You should mention the road, right? Well, if I'm the Celtics, like hit the road, What wears you down? What about generally managing Still gonna go out and see players. Won't wear you down, either. It's not the same grind. It's not well, then if you're not working hard, I don't need you. I'm not talking about that. You'll work hard, but That grind is way less pressure. You're not doing a media session before coaching the game media session after on the plane throughout the night, watching tape, Get four hours of sleep. Get up. But the practice plan for walk through together, get back home. Get a little nap. Eat something. Get back Media game media. Oh, we got a game in two days. Get on the plane. We got to go. That's a grind, man. I'm telling you Happy's 44 older coaches are doing in the ladies 44. You're out of it, 44. Then maybe you shouldn't be part of the organization just saying maybe want to try something different. I don't think that should be his call. I think so. I think the Celtics if you're that tired, go home, Brad. I'm not saying he's tired, I think, Give us understanding. I'm just saying. It's a grind. Yes, it's a great but all the older coaches are going through it. I think I think I would say shot that there's some players have tuned out Brad Stevens, but I don't think the Celtics want to let Stevens go. They said, But if we let you go, man, you'll get a job quickly. We're a good team, probably because the perception is is he's his boy genius, and he does it. Look, there's plays in college, and he runs. I see it all the time. There's college plays called the Stevens play or the bread of the chin. Whatever it is He's running. The I C in cars, so I know he has an influence in the game. I get that. I mean, if if you are that tired, take take some time off fan. Yeah, I don't think it's because he's tired. I think it's gonna try something different. Yeah, President of the team I'm in. One. How much more money that is? Wasn't the same money and I'd be interested to see also, I think a lot But you deserve and why. That's why that's what the job pays me in like, but you pay it to someone who's done the job like I'd have. Someone wasn't experience to pay him that much. That's just me. What's up, Brad only got to a certain level as a head coach. Now he's a talent evaluator. Sure he's good at that. He's failing up. Right, Danny? All right, gentlemen, Draymond green. He's got a very bright future as an MBA analyst, when his playing days are done. He had this to say yesterday about the Brooklyn Nets offense. It's the best display office will probably ever see in this league. You know, we're talking about those three guys. Joe Harris, who leads the league three point percentage. I think for the past couple years or write you out of the last three. I Then you you know, you rotate and you're swinging it to Joe. So that's what you're rotating off up to Kevin Khoury. Or or James, you got Bruce Bruce Brown, who makes a world of a difference for the team doing all the dirty work. You know, he plays the dunker is if he's a five, man, you got Blake, who's had this resurgence who's dunking the ball? Who's all over the court? Playing to five for him. I think you know when, when you look at this team offensively. You're not going to stop him. You stop one guy, you get the other two going on and so and I think their defense will be good enough because the reality is those other teams have to score as well, and that's not so easy to do. So when you're trying to outscore these guys and which teams are going to have to do Can't see it happen. So, gentlemen, I ask you shot her. No shot, According to dream on the Nets have the best offense will ever see in the MBA. Yeah, I'm gonna say no shot..
"shilts" Discussed on KGO 810
"U know I'm looking at D C report Doubt or g'kar, one of the stories that smart people who think vaccines are more dangerous and covert. Don't know how I could do it. I mean, it's It's frustrating yourself. I mentioned um this book and I know that our next guest, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, David Cay Johnston, whose site is Spectacular. It's really amazing places. Uh, get information D c report dot org's David A couple things I don't know if you've had a chance to read the premonition by Michael Lewis. I'm sure you probably knew a lot of the stuff that I didn't know just about these public health officials around the country that we're doing everything they could. To abate. You know this this this pandemic But you know the government, you know, Trump and his his cronies didn't want to hear about it. Especially a surname, Bossert. Do you know the guy Tom Boston? Yeah, He had some. He would he resign who is actually fired? And he was not allowed back in because he spoke up about the the Zelinski and extortion. In Ukraine and had he been you know he had the information. He knew that these these public health workers were onto something about distancing and you know, masks and Because they've been studying this back to George Bush, who was actually the first president. Ironically, I guess for the way we think of him to really put together a pandemic plan. Um Yeah, Yeah, There's just so many things on your page every on the very top your page. You say the death tracker the Trump pandemic death tracker, and it's closing in on 600,000. Well, let me if I can't chip bring up one thing before we go into that, And I think we should all be offering our thoughts and prayers today to the National Rifle Association, whose scam bankruptcy was shot down today by a judge on it's not going to allow them to escape responsibility for what they've done. By going bankrupt and leaving New York state to go to Texas. And so, you know, given given that their their position about all of the mass shootings we've had in this country, I think that we should offer our thoughts and prayers to the fore and alright, sarcasm duly noted. Um, of course, that the latest you know in in Colorado is in Colorado Springs. I swear, Iet's the entire city of Denver has been now surrounded by mass shootings, severe mass shootings and in this, you know Yeah, Yeah, I don't really know what to say anymore about that. I mean, I'm well, so let me I pulled you off your point. No, that's all right. Well, let's go back to the You know, the idea that we were going to have a global pandemic has been well known for a long time in the late sixties. I studied it in college, and there wasn't a whole course it was a lecture in one of the courses. But I certainly have known ever since then, yes, of my lifetime. It's highly likely we will have something that repeats the badly named inaccurately named Spanish flu that killed Donald Trump's grandfather. Well, we had one in 56 57 that killed 100,000 Americans. I mean, they've been around there. Yeah, you know, we had one in the mid fifties, and then we had several in this century. We had SARS, which was reasonably quickly contained, but Yeah. Murders the Middle East Rest for syndrome, which is much more pernicious than anything. We've seen every third person who got it died. Luckily, there are only about 2500 consumption cases. But, um, that's more in line with what I was worried about ahead of this. George W. Bush's administration recognized the problem, and they began planning for it. When Obama came in. And we had the first H one n one, uh, scare the number of people died. He was very focused on science. Hey, would constantly tell his staff. You know, none of these two page memos, and he would read 16 page single spaced memos from his science advisor John Holdren. Holdren. And he started the National Security task Force in the White House to be on the hunt for things that might grow up, blow up independent mix and be ready for them. And Donald Trump, who set out to anything Obama did has to be bad. He got rid of that group of people, which was a terrible mistake. Um I would also fall Obama that we didn't put enough money and effort into, um, uh, renewing and building up stockpiles. But you may remember from a year ago that some of the 95 masks and storage had just deteriorated and were useless. Um, On the other hand, it's hard to get Congress to pass money for things like, Yeah, we need to have a warehouse that has a bunch of stuff in it. That's got mold. We need to replace it. Well, I think we have their attention now. Yeah. And then you may recall it was a big deal made out of Putin sending us respirators. Only. It turned out that those respirators don't work with American electricity systems. They hadn't been modified and we spent, I think was $600,000 just to get rid of them. But this was completely bungled and predictably bungled and In 2017 long before the first known case of the coronavirus that gives us covert 19. I wrote that if a Virus hopscotches around the planet on jetliners, causing a pandemic like the one that killed Trump's grandfather in 1918, he won't know what to do, and that's what we saw. He had no idea what to do, and he baldly lied. He told us all the 15 cases, They're gonna go away, and he's talking at the same time to Bob Woodward in these tape record interviews. Saying that you know, he knows how terrible is dangerous. It is. And then what happens when he leaves the White House? He and Melania in private, or you could argue in secret they get vaccinated. Have you seen him out there saying, Hey, get vaccinated. Folks. Listen to me. Your follower of mine get vaccine No, because it's not in his ego's interest to do that. Every single Republican that questions efficacy of Masks and vaccinations have gotten vaccinated. Every single one include. Including the Tucker across into the world. Let me just fill this last thing in and why you would love this book because E. I got to page 200 before we got to the pandemic. So it's all about. You know the the people that these public health workers in California also stand this earlier, Ah public health worker answers to one person. The governor. They have incredible autonomy and the one character this woman charity, Dean Who was the public health worker and in Santa Barbara was amazing. And and the things that you know, she went out there, and the CDC could give a rat's ass. David. They come out so bad in this book Such a group of C Y A s I've never read And it was it was Frustrating and disheartening to think that this government is nothing more than a bunch of bureaucrats looking to cover their ass. And that is why that along with this president They all played a part, you know, But there were people. I mean, it's It's an amazing weed. Anyway, we'll write. You know Randy Shilts in his book, Then was the band played on. He was a reporter for The Chronicle, the first openly gay reporter and newsroom. That's my first game reporter. Um he was highly critical of the CDC in the handling of Eight on one of the reasons for this and bathhouses to be fair, he went after both. Yes, he was He did him. One of the things to keep in mind here is that you just said important, unimportant structural point. If everyone who's a public health director in California has to respond to the governor that makes the governor responsible for what happens on the things go badly. We can focus on who it is in Washington. We keep creating these commissions that spread power instead of having one person in charge the reason that Elizabeth Warren's consumer finance protection Lord works so well for every dollar we spend on it. Consumers recovered. I think it was $4.5.
Reagan's longtime secretary of state George P. Shultz dies
"I'm Julie Walker president Ronald Reagan's longtime secretary of state George Shultz who spent most of the nineteen eighties trying to improve relations with the Soviet Union and forging a course for peace in the Middle East has died he was one hundred Schultz had been the oldest surviving former cabinet member of any administration he died Saturday at his home on the campus of Stanford University according to the Hoover Institution think tank where he was a distinguished fellow Schultz was labor secretary and treasury secretary under president Nixon before spending more than six years as Reagan's secretary of state Shilts negotiated the first ever treaty to reduce the size of the Soviet union's ground based nuclear arsenals the nineteen eighty seven accord was a historic attempt to begin to reverse the nuclear arms race I'm Julie Walker
"shilts" Discussed on KGO 810
"Friday almost the weekend for some of you may be getting in your cars and on the way home and Good job. You made it. You made it through another week, and I, for one am very proud of you. Not only did you make it through another week, but if you listen to Florida Governor Ron de Santis, you made it through Cove it We're all done now. That feels pretty good. Doesn't think that Thank you. What a thorn in my side. That's why I was going to get through that. And, yeah, good. Just in time for Halloween. All right. We'll talk about that later out of the show. As well. Uh, Kim Big news here with it Sounds like President Trump has decided on his Supreme Court nominee. Yeah, that, according to The New York Times, I haven't seen it anywhere else. But according to The New York Times, it's a done deal, but he has decided I think that people trust the New York Times so much that everybody else is just they're tweeting it out now because I just got stuff from AA. Ah, NBC Bay Area got stuff from Twitter. Somebody else Washington post, So I think they're all taking The New York Times reporting. They're running with it right now. So, Yeah. Amy Cockney Barrett, which is the name that was being thrown out to begin with her name was being thrown around back when Cavanaugh was ended up being the nominee. I said, This is the one Amy corny, but she's just great. They just love her. She's she's just everything anyone could ever dream of is What I'm seeing from conservatives. I started reading up a little bit on her and then reading the the background. Yes, I did. Just just top line, You know, elevator type pitch stuff that I was seeing from all the different potential nominees whose names were being floated around. So I did. I did check her out a little bit just to find out what's what's she all about? You know, whats this kind of thing? And As I did dive deeper into it. It's everything I expected that you know she's she's way to the right. She's a Scalia type. The judge. Which means Letter of the law. Strict interpretation ist unless it's something you You feel like is good for conservatives. So, for instance, if I tell you what letter of the law kind of stuff, this is one that always drives me nuts. Ok, now, um, I have to be I gotta be completely honest with you. I grew up in the North Woods, right? I grew up in the backwoods and firearms were just they were not big, scary things to us. It was just something that People had right. So it wasn't something that freaked me out. So I'm not somebody that's like, Oh, my God. The second Amendment is, you know, I don't dislike the Second Amendment. I don't hate the Second Amendment. I'm fine with the Second Amendment, But I also have a different understanding of the Second Amendment that I think a lot of people do simply because I don't look at it is I'm going to take this so I can go stand in front of the You know the courthouse and start waving my gun around. I don't look at it that way. I always look at the second Amendment as okay. Got it. I got my firearm. And now if I'm a farmer, I might need that Teo Clear coyotes out of the field. You know what I mean? That's that's always been sort of my Thinking of the Second Amendment, but a strict interpretation. Ist um Might say. Okay, well, the freedom of your right to bear arms is a well regulated militia necessary to the security of a free state. The right of people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. A strict interpretation is might say, I mean, it's quite frankly, it says, for the purposes of a well regulated militia. S O. If the state Wants to take your firearms away that stop you from shooting coyotes and your neighbor, then they could do that unless you're in a well regulated militia. Which, incidentally what is a well regulated militia. Would that be the The armed services. Can you say that? Any quote unquote militia that we have right now is well regulated. Now, that's anyway, Quick aside, I digress. But my point is, is that it seems to be that Oh, I'm a strict interpretation instant. If it's not the letter of the law, then it's not the law unless some wiggle room here, not just wiggle this we go to the right. Right, so let's but frankly, if there weren't wiggle room We would need a Supreme Court anyway. So who is this Amy Cockney barrel? Again. To the right similar to Scalia, right, so she's off there to the right. She's super pro life. Basically take all the Take all of the hard core trump conservative. Once and just start checking them off and she fits all of them. She's exactly what you would expect from a nominee right now. It shouldn't come as a surprise. Shouldn't anger people? I'm starting to people like I can't believe he would do this. Like really. You can't believe he would do this. What did you think Vladimir Putin had somebody else in mind? No. Can't believe I can't believe he would do this. Oh, Some reading some of the different reviews. And here's what Marjorie Dannenfelser was the president of the Susan B. Anthony list, which is an anti abortion political group. Ah! And Marjorie says she speaking of Amy Cockney, Barrett. The nominee that President Trump's gonna announce tomorrow. She is the perfect combination of brilliant jurist and a woman who brings the argument to the court. That is potentially the contrary to the views of the sitting women Justices. So eminently, that's perfect. Yes. Nomination of a judge from Trump was quoted last year. A saving to be Justice Ginsburg replacement would almost surely plunge the nation into a bitter and divisive debate over the future of abortion rights. Made even more pointed because because Judge Barrett would replace of justice who was an unequivocal supporter of those rights. Man, of course, President Trump hasn't denied hasn't shied away from that debate as well. That is from New York Times So what do we know about her? Just what we expected. Just exactly what we expected. No. No, no. Just what What do you think the president would nominee and yeah, that's it. So what? She overturned the affordable care Yes. Which he and ro v Wade Yes. Would she allow the president to steal money from the Defense Department to build a border? Yes. Absolutely. Would she allow? Ah, President Trump to to argue over the results of the election and and throw out states that he doesn't win. Ah! I don't know about that one there. Everyone has a bridge too far. I don't know that she would allow the president to simply throw out states. He doesn't win. Even if it's a thinly veiled attempt by saying, Well, they had mail in ballots or something of the sort and not so sure about that. What else do we know about Amy Barrett? She used to clerk for Scalia. You. Clerks. Fellow clerks were quick to say that she was his favorite. She is not Ivy League. She graduated from a Notredame. And, according to Judge Patrick Shilts, was a longtime mentor and U..
"shilts" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Because I've already tried it and it works we times a common times like and times C. around a campfire time to come in so let me talk about the cruise ships she got people with the disease now the virus sitting off shore and the morons in the public health department say bring it and bring it into Oakland and we we were in charge grand princess passengers react to finally nearing doc so they're gonna get off now here in Oakland cross the bay for me and the genius is going to move them to a military bases no wrong upside down the backwoods of epidemiological thought you put me in charge of making the czar of this that's never what happened what what I have done the same way I don't know what I'm talking about is what I would have done run this by your thinking cap you bring the cruise ship and bring it to open if you want you taught tire up and you turn the ship your requisition the ship through a national emergency the U. S. government requisitions the ship it's a national emergency as they did in World War two yep the requisition things and you turn it into a floating hospital ship you let nobody off and you bring medical personnel who are properly suited you bring the food on to that ship you treat the people there on the dock until all the people are cleared that is how you do this whoever said give them the green light to come ashore has committed a public health disaster here but then again there is no clear thinking in this field at all I've watched this since the age of the HIV epidemic and remember I've got to tell you this is very important you hear me out I lived in the central square is a seventy four and I've told you that back in the beginning of the aids epidemic I was screaming to close the bath houses now I was called homophobic I lost all my quote liberal friends they were nice guy some of them but they called me names I don't what you're doing you're a **** well I knew what would happen if the bath houses were left open the gay bathhouses and Feinstein who was mayor them prohibited this the at that time the health department closing the bathhouse well as it turns out here's later a gay activist wrote a book called and the band played on his name was Randy Shilts in that book he confirmed that the bath houses should have been closed by Dianne Feinstein right up front.
"shilts" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"shilts" Discussed on WSB-AM
"As an alternate they're looking for new trouble crash I. twenty eastbound that in all key junior drive ex number fifty three best costs and delays coming to the downtown connector I bike Shilts ninety five point five W. S. B. that could be a fourth reason for Obama going on this tirade about how manner they see men sucking only women can lead now that he's got his now that he's wealthy and all these guys Martha's vineyard mansion next door to skip gates out now he can go back to being politically correct not go back to being on you have to sell out to get the money had to go out and engage in capitalism and it meant that he wants money had to admit that he wants to be rich now that he's got it now we can go back to being politically correct and keep the barbarians away from his gaze well it's obviously about it's obviously about Michelle but it could be Hillary do not discount the lack of popularity for Hillary Clinton and the Clintons of the operational on's of the Democrat party Dale in Ventura California your next I'm glad you waited Sir hello yeah merry Christmas to you or your staff and families Russia but let me get right to the point so I will last Thursday you played the clip of Hillary saying that the article wind was due to trump asking Russia at the find the email well that happened on July seventeenth of twenty sixteen in the middle of the Democratic National Convention allow couples on the campaign trail for months before he was actually elected president and six months before he was sworn into office yeah it's article to its article noted not article one but yeah she Hillary and already bleach bath her email chain or taking a hammer and I am to the server and he wasn't even president yet no that's all exactly right right so I'm going to be a bit of the use of our not simple implicate the freedom of speech well because because they've got a man saying in an interview talking about firing Mahler Hey look at article do you said this is George seven not article two I can do anything I want to take back taken out of context you can make the guy looked like he either doesn't know the constitution or is a dictator in white he was talking about firing Bob Muller so I can run the just about rectifier model or not I can do whatever I want they are taking out of context a point is they're lying big time about it and what does that mean weather traffic ninety five point five W. asked me.
"shilts" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Eight at lake Lucerne always have reopened lingering police remain I'm Mike Shilts ninety five point five WSP welcome back Rush Limbaugh the fastest three hours and medium okay I've got clarification out Jim Jordan is exhausted fox again got some things confused what if the meeting it was talking about why is that meeting was supposedly a promise does a wins gave me all vole office remember the stories always clean desperately wanted to be in the oval office and for for credibility and and for you're the high profile nature Ave at the power and did not enjoy it and that is suppose that message was in trouble so you don't get the meaning of life to investigate the by general at the meeting you're gonna meeting unless you find out what you don't get it and and it turns out that there was a meeting it was in New York they met in New York during the United Nations confab there but the the the meeting that we've been told was part of a quid pro quo it happened what what did happen there was never any announcement from so when's gave this is what trump was demanding supposedly trump was demanding that so when ski publicly announced to the world that he was going to investigate the bite and if you didn't know that he wouldn't get the meeting he did what there still isn't an investigation of the bidens and yet he got the meeting which was the point that George was making that there wasn't an announcement and the meeting was not in the oval office by the way the lens be one of the oval office they met in New York anyway Jordan's point was that everything everybody's been saying about the Lynskey demanding this or trunk demanding Zelinsky do something for the meeting he got the meeting and didn't have to do a damn thing for it so when he did not ever announce an investigation he didn't do one thing to get the meeting it just happened meaning nothing happened there could not have been any bribery or quid pro quo which has been stated that there wasn't but the truth of all this is been buried by the headlines this morning someone says quid pro quo we'll see everything is back fired means people so far I think this is going to as well every time they've gone public with stuff like this they start feeling their oats and it comes back and bites and and this will too now specially if the news of someone's wife the business is being boycotted by the Democrat congressman we'll see you know what one of things that that structure but all this is privacy and how the president doesn't do anything private all these people on all these calls everybody listening in monitoring people then go out be able to say what they want to say but you don't want to have to live your life like that you don't want people listening in to your phone calls you don't want people monitoring your internet connections but there are people trying to particularly on public wifi so how do you prevent them you get of the PM you go out get a virtual private network and the absolute best is from Norton Norton secure VPN creates essentially a pipe around your connection that nobody can say they can't even see the pipe much less what's inside the pipe it is utter.
"shilts" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"shilts" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"shilts" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"The initiative failed to but Randy market in the story after the fact about the real John Briggs the man behind the scenes and there was a considerable criticism of that I think he probably was comfortable with a guy like John breaks because the price was like a lot of people I've known back in Illinois analog conservatives and so he he viewed as getting close to a source in being able to be comfortable both Harvey milk and with Briggs but I think some people viewed it as too cozy at times Hey what are your thoughts about that the the this idea that you can cover somebody who you know may be very different from you may disagree with in many ways we may say horrible things about your sexual orientation but you can still have a civil relationship with them is that something you experienced in your reporting. yeah I mean I I I don't become best friends but I have good relationships who I've always had good relationships with people who I disagree with politically look out it's it's hard sometimes you people understand when you're a lifelong reporter your head works differently and you don't kind of hate and love your somewhere in between and so I mean I've I've covered you know of so many L. G. B. T. issues really since the beginning of the movement and I could interview so many people who basically didn't like me and we're standing there on camera telling you know in the middle of an interview basically telling me why he doesn't like people like me what do you do you have to you have to do your job and be fair I've always thought that the truth would expose these bigots and and it always has so I I I don't feel that much attachment to it I have plenty of friends who you disagree with politically the I I I wouldn't put tickets in that category why would I hang around with them but I don't know does that help yeah yeah no absolutely and you know it all Randy Shilts in addition to be friending somebody you know we disagreed with the interest owner was also critical of gay and lesbian leaders in San Francisco specially in the mid eighties when there were some of the more conservative ones who were afraid that talking about aids writing about aids publicizing aids was going to be bad for the community in terms of its struggle with civil rights and he was willing to do that right I think this is were reveals the dimensions of the gay community a lot of people didn't realize existed he Rick ran headlong into the gay liberation us who basically viewed sexual freedom as in the equivalent of gave of freedom and so when this issue of the bath houses comes up for example nineteen eighty four Randy clearly is on the side of those who want to close or restrict what's going on in bath houses and that run. right against folks who sake sexual freedom is at the heart of the gay liberation movement and this is before we've gotten and issues of adoption marriage rights employment rights and so it's understandable in the early years of the gay liberation movement when just having sex would have made you subject to arrest or or other forms of social. our address that he was challenging that in terms of asking is there more to it than this and I think that I think that the he angered people who were particularly left in the act of folks also of course had quite a few problems with Randy and I want to play a clip from his time at KQED in just a moment but first I do want to give out the phone number is the half hour segments of you want to weigh in maybe you knew Randy Shilts tangled with him in one way or another politically in doing his work in San Francisco give us a call it's eight six six I'm sorry eight zero zero two two five seven four eight nine again eight hundred two two five seven four eight nine you can also get in touch with us on Twitter and Facebook where at KQED forum or email your questions to us it's form at KQED dot org my guest this half hour and stoner he's written this book called the journalist of Castro street about Randy Shilts and Hank planner award winning TV reporter cover the aids epidemic in the eighties so I want to play that clip from Randy Shilts you made a reference a moment ago Andrew to act up and Hank I'm sure you remember this well I remember this was because I was working for the mayor at the time are diagnosed there was a ballot measure to build a baseball stadium which ultimately became pac bell park later on but this is Randy Shilts reporting from KQED TV around that time hi I'm.
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"Com a review of the laundromat is coming up in the next segment of All Things Considered it's a movie on California report. change. for more of the year that puts the warehouse workers who handle all the stuff we. although your wet with sweat. too close to the sheet metal I'm Sasha foca join us later today for stories about. California. here on KQED public radio the California report magazine comes on at six thirty tonight tonight at ten on the forum rebroadcast got Schaefer is the guest hosted the rebroadcast of this morning's program about the life and legacy of Randy stilts Randy Shilts and then at ten thirty we'll hear about the power of restorative justice that's the forum rebroadcast tonight at ten here on KQED this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm ari Shapiro and Audie Cornish Republicans on Capitol Hill are for the most part defending president trump and criticizing Democrats for opening an impeachment inquiry conservative media outlets have been cheering them on saying trump did not do anything wrong in this call with Ukrainian president NPR media correspondent David full conflict has been following the story he joins us now from New York welcome back David Hey Audie tell us how conservative media figures have covered the story as new information comes to light in the impeachment inquiry well let's acknowledge we're talking about this because in some ways this is one of most important parts of the president's bases is it is not only his megaphone echo chamber where he works out ideas but really a part of the base itself and not none more important than fox news by and large I wanna stress by and large he said strong support both in terms of fat attacking the Democrats and in terms of the defending the present let's start by last night Tucker Carlson prime time host really are going after the Democrats who have kicked off this impeachment inquiry no it's the same people who spent two years writing Russia collusion fan fiction are outraged once again or did they ever stop being outrage probably not a number of other folks of personalities on you're going after the whistle blower out around the Rivera sometimes a critic of president immigration sometimes supporter for all those said you know this guy's a snitch thank you know I I'd like to find him and basically said you want to beat him up Jeanine Pirro western weekend shows often an analyst on the week day shows here's what she had to say earlier today this was a blow or whoever he is if he's a C. I. A. guy whatever it is it. doesn't matter this is a set up who were these other people in the White House or look in the sink our president very much going there as many of her colleagues have the president's own rhetoric questioning loyalty of the person making these accusations and yet for people who are close watchers at the network there's a sense that there's been some tension can you tell us why people have that perception sometimes there's been attention at fox between the folks who are reporting folks are doing the opinions now you're seeing some real tensions on both sides of that equation you saw shop Smith the hosting analysis from judge drew the pilot Tano an analyst for the network saying the president means some ways have legal exposure here and he was attacked by Tucker Carlson on Carlson's on show and also by call since guest at that hour Joseph digenova a former federal prosecutors become quite a partisan voice in the years since and there's been exchanges like this one involving a Sandra Smith she's a news anchor for the show and Chris Wallace he's the host of fox news Sunday the complaint alleges a quid pro quo the exchange of something for value and the actual phone conversation review if you don't you don't think that dirt on a Joe Biden and Joe Biden. let me let you ask a question and answer it Sandra in center Smith did let him answer that same time she like a number of other folks were stressing questions that people helping the White House allied to the White House wanted to make beyond fox how is this playing. you're seeing a lot of conservative voices are rallied to the president's side but there are some distinctions it then National Review you see some questioning some voices saying you know perhaps impeachment may not be wise but the present may have done some things wrong here you're seeing more critical voices some ways and some of the smaller can a conservative outlets that certainly then you are on Capitol Hill but then you are particularly on place like fox as well. in the meantime David I want to talk about another topic The New York Times published a piece that gives a fair amount of detail about the identity of the whistle blower the attorneys for the whistleblower released a statement saying that it compromises person security or could turn unwanted glare on their colleagues I remember seeing some canceled at times you know hashtag on social media what are your thoughts on this well there are number of people on the political left critics of the president number of people within journalism was said you know what the times have done in some ways this reckless here they protect the anonymity of sources why would they do this to whistle blower his protection of identity should be guaranteed by statute as well as in principle you know what that dean Baquet has said the executor of the times as you know we're trying to provide the American public with enough information so they can evaluate the credibility of the person who's making such important and and Sirius profound accusations allegations against the president and I've got to say as an impulse I think that's probably the right journalistic impulse but the question is once you have the information what you do with it how you casted whether you publish I think those that very question and decision is being question right now that analysis from NPR media correspondent David full conflict speaking to us from New York David thank you you bet..
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"There was Randy Shilts reporting for KQED TV back in nineteen eighty nine and Andrew stoner as we heard there again not not afraid of tangling with act up which was very much an activist group obviously but the one that had tactics that sometimes people found very abrasive that was sort of the point of what they were doing but he became in some ways the focal point of their anger at times that's right and I think part of that was earned in the the chronicle made some interesting choices where they would have Randy cover act up events as a reporter and then later lighting right after the pinyin piece on the same thing and that's an interesting take by a newspaper to have a a beat reporter do the very same thing as an a a columnist opinion column this I think that's where some people would would begin the question is there a line is he's truly being objective or or and he would say he was he was trying to be but I think he was unhappy with how he was treated it was interesting I open the book with him speaking at the sixth international aids conference in in Canada and his opening remarks were were interrupted by act up protesters there and so this moment of great achievement for him as as as a author and journalist is interrupted by act up protesters and but you they've now we know of course act up you know in in a crisis like that they played an important role in keeping the the the drum beat going and keeping it loud so that this is the issue didn't go and I think that that's a shared value that Randy had Randy wanted people to to pay attention to this to do something about it. I remember I mean I knew Randy from my work in city hall Hank and I don't know if you ever went to this we have this annual Christmas party up at his house in Greenville which he called Schultz miss which was.
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"Lesbian leaders in San Francisco specially in the mid eighties when there were some of the more conservative ones who were afraid that talking about aids writing about aids publicizing aids was going to be bad for the community in terms of its struggle with civil rights and he was willing to do that right I think this is will work reveals the dimensions of the gay community a lot of people didn't realize existed he Rick ran headlong into the gay liberation us who basically viewed sexual freedom as in the equivalent of gave freedom and so when this issue of the bath houses comes up for example nineteen eighty four Randy clearly is on the side of those who want to close or restrict what's going on and bath houses and that run. right against folks who said sexual freedom is at the heart of the gay liberation movement and this is before we've gotten the issues of adoption marriage rights employment rights and so it's understandable in the early years of the gay liberation movement when just having sex would have made you subject to arrest or or other forms of social. address that he was challenging that in terms of asking is there more to it than this and I think that I think that the he angered people who were particularly left in the act of folks also of course had quite a few problems with Randy and I want to play a clip from his time it keeps me in just a moment but first I do want to get out the phone number is the half hour segments of you want to weigh in maybe you knew Randy Shilts tangled with him in one way or another politically in doing his work in San Francisco give us a call to eight six six I'm sorry eight zero zero two two five seven four eight nine again eight hundred two two five seven four eight nine you can also get in touch with us on Twitter and Facebook where at KQED forum or email your questions to us it's form at KQED dot org my guest this half our interest owner he's written this book called the journalist of Castro street about Randy Shilts and Hank planner award winning TV reporter cover the aids epidemic in the eighties so I want to play that clip from Randy Shilts you made a reference a moment ago Andrew to act up and Hank I'm sure you remember this well I remember this was because I was working for the mayor at the time are diagnosed there was a ballot measure to build a baseball stadium which ultimately became pac bell park later on but this is Randy Shilts reporting from KQED TV around that time hi I'm.
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"In forty nine the top fifty markets in June compared to a year earlier the median monthly rent was up three percent from a year earlier to fourteen hundred eighty three dollars annual rent gold was fastest in Las Vegas up ten percent followed by Phoenix and Orlando that's your money now I'm Jim Tesco komo news now your your political insights from ABC news there's no racial tension I had my best numbers recently that is because of the economy and what I've done for the African American president trump still fighting back as the controversy over his tweet and statements about the four democratic congresswoman grows and morning Tweety it called the for women of color quote a very racist group of troublemakers were young and experienced and not very smart it comes as Congress woman Alexandria because the Cortez was called a quote vile idiot who needs around by police officer in Louisiana also during those oval office remarks president trump sitting with Pakistan's prime minister said we want to fight a war understand and when it I could win that war in a week I just don't wanna kill ten million people he was talking about the US presence in Afghanistan and according to the Afghan government to the entire population of Afghanistan is estimated to be around thirty two million people and lawmakers are preparing as Robert Muller heads to Capitol Hill Wednesday the notoriously reluctant witness will sit before two different house committees does your political insights Serena Marshall ABC news Washington bipartisan budget and spending cap agreements made in Washington ABC's Alex stone has detail he still is a bit of an against the odds victory for Washington avoiding another government shut down our first ever federal default by both sides coming together the government will be able to pay its bills be on next year's elections and build on large budget gains for domestic agencies president trump saying he is pleased to announce a deal and that it has no poison pill in it Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer said the agreement will enhance national security and invest in middle class priorities that like stone ABC news candidate for mayor lake Stevens is defending his unusually large campaign signs in the face of complaints come was great Herschel has more the story consummate Brett gaily signs are hard to miss they measure four by eight feet and the red white and blue some people claim they violate the city ordinance that limits the size of signs gaily tells the Herald it's the city ordinance that's outdated in the sights of twenty fifteen U. S. Supreme Court ruling protecting free speech one of his election opponents Kurt Shilts as all the other candidates are honoring the ordnance since been in place for years well like Stephen city council is considering what action if any to take on the sign ordinance Greg Herschel komo news triple a traffic.
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