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ExtraTime Radio: Frank Yallop (Chicago Fire)
If you watched the College Cup, you probably wondered about the quality of soccer being played and the bus Virginia parked in front of their own goal. If you didn't watch, you probably heard all about it on Twitter. So what's more important? Winning ugly or at least trying to play? Meanwhile, another trophy was lifted in Liga MX, Frank Lampard's NYCFC fate got murkier, Steven Gerrard was linked with the Red Bulls and Brek Shea seems to be on his way to Orlando. Oh, and what do we make of this?The Fire aren't just being linked with Designated Players, they're signing them. Kennedy Igboananike is already in the bag, and there might be a Ghanaian striker on the way as well. No matter how you twist it, Frank Yallop is making moves. He gives the guys the lowdown on everything going down in the Windy City, plus elaborates on Harry Shipp's future. In the mailbag, Simon keeps making excuses about the ScoreBorg, the guys wonder which MLSers would make the best managers, the Revs empty forward stable is addressed and David hints at a life-changing holiday season. Email us at ExtraTime@MLSsoccer.com or tweet us at @ExtraTimeRadio. And make sure you check out our West Coast brethren at March to the Match every Wednesday!
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Barr Testimony & Accidental Presidents (with Jared Cohen)
Barr Testimony & Accidental PresidentsTHE Q&ABill Barr & Bob MuellerBill Barr’s hearing before the Senate Judiciary CommitteeAttorney General Bill Barr’s letter summarizing Mueller’s principal conclusionsBob Mueller’s March 27th letter to Bill Barr“Mueller complained that Barr’s letter did not capture ‘context’ of Trump probe,” Washington Post, 4/30/19“Trump asked his lawyer to cross legal lines. The Mueller report shows how he pushed back,” Washington Post, 4/19/19“William Barr Testimony Highlights: Attorney General Says He Thinks ‘Spying Did Occur’ on Trump Campaign,” New York Times, 4/10/19Arnold Schwarzenegger“Kindergarten Cop,” 1999THE INTERVIEWJared CohenAccidental Presidents: Eight Men Who Changed America, Simon & SchusterChildren of Jihad: A Young American’s Travels Among the Youth of the Middle East, Penguin Random HouseJigsaw“Can Alphabet’s Jigsaw Solve Google’s Most Vexing Problems?,” Fast Company, 10/22/17The Role of the Vice President“Vice President of the United States (President of the Senate),” United States Senate“‘His Accidency’: The first president to die in office and the Constitutional confusion that followed,” Washington Post, 3/31/19“The U.S. Vice President and Foreign Policy,” Council on Foreign Relations, 9/22/16“How The Value Of The Vice Presidential Pick Has Evolved,” NBC News, 7/13/16“How the vice president became a powerful and influential White House player,” Washington Post, 7/20/16“Why VPs Matter Less Than You Think,” Politico Magazine, 4/11/1“How F.D.R.’s Death Changed the Vice-Presidency,” New Yorker, 4/17/15“Here are a bunch of awful things vice presidents have said about being No. 2,” Washington Post, 10/3/14Lyndon B. Johnson“Trip to Texas: Swearing-In Ceremony Aboard Air Force One, Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) As President,” JFK Presidential Library and Museum Archives, 1963“The Johnson Transition,” University of Virginia’s Miller Center“The Divided Legacy of Lyndon B. Johnson,” The Atlantic, 9/7/18“LBJ secures full presidential term, Nov. 3, 1964,” Politico, 11/03/17Theodore Roosevelt“The Life of Theodore Roosevelt,” National Park Service“Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace,” National Park Service“Municipal Administration: The New York Police Force,” The Atlantic, September 1897“How This Photo of Theodore Roosevelt in Hunting Gear Helped Jump-Start the American Conservation Movement,” Time, 5/1/18Harry Truman & his Secretaries of State“Harry S. Truman,” University of Virginia’s Miller Center“Harry S. Truman: Foreign Affairs,” University of Virginia's Miller Center“The Year the Veepstakes Really Mattered,” Politico, 7/10/16“Biographies of the Secretaries of State: Dean Gooderham Acheson (1893–1971),” Office of the Historian, State Dept“Biographies of the Secretaries of State: George Catlett Marshall (1880–1959),” Office of the Historian, State DeptYalta“The Yalta Conference,1945,” The Office of The Historian“Dividing the Spoils,” Smithsonian Magazine, December 2002Calvin Coolidge“Calvin Coolidge,” University of Virginia’s Miller CenterMillard Fillmore“Millard Fillmore, 12th Vice President (1849-1850),” United States SenateWilliam Harrison“William Harrison,” University of Virginia Miller CenterChester Arthur “Chester Arthur,” University of Virginia Miller CenterThe Assassinations of Presidents“President's Assassin Shot To Death In Jail Corridor By A Dallas Citizen; Grieving Throngs View Kennedy Bier,” New York Times, November 1963“Close calls: when American presidents diced with death,” The Guardian, 4/6/19Sarah Palin“Analysis: Palin rocked campaign, for good and bad,” CNN, 11/6/082020 Election“In the 2020 election, an age-old question looms,” Washington Post, 12/3/18HistoriansDavid McCulloughDoris Kearns GoodwinJulian Zelizer and Kevin Kruse’s interview on Stay TunedAdam McKayAdam McKay’s interview on Stay TunedDo you have a question for Preet? Tweet it to @PreetBharara with the hashtag #askpreet, email email@example.com, or call 669-247-7338 and leave a voicemail.
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