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"teri macdonald" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

08:29 min | 6 months ago

"teri macdonald" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Other day we had teri macdonald from the f. e. e. there several of these organizations that are doing great work putting out good content as almost kind of continuing education for good civics and one of them that keeps coming up. Is the claremont institute. Our guest is matt peterson. His vp of education at the claremont institute founding editor of the american mind matt. If you would and you may have done this last time you were here for people who don't know what the claremont institute is. It keeps coming up as a source of good articles in good. Guess what is it. Well thank you for saying that. We are a forty year old think tank. That has a little different than others because it was never really involved in policy. It was always about promoting the principles of the american founding in contemporary life. So from the very beginning some of the best scholars on the american founding were associated with the claremont institute You know a lot of your listeners will know about the progressives and the progressive movement. That was something the right really. Didn't talk about until there was real scholarship about the history of america and what had happened so defining the ideas of the american right with something that claremont is was from the very beginning. In fact larry arnn of hillsdale was president of the claremont institute at one point He's also a claremont graduate student. Like many of us are Who studied political philosophy and american government. Program it doesn't exist anymore but used to exist and was one of the few in the country that actually Actually did that. I think well and right but what we do now. Is we publish. We teach and relitigate so we publish the claremont review of books and the american mind which i started two years ago. And we We litigated cases in the supreme court. Janis men Has been at that for a while and we also teach so we bring together networks of the best young professionals and young leaders in the country and our fellowship programs and we bring scholars from all over the country people in politics from all over the country Together to teach and networked together and move things in the direction that we think. We need to go. Would you ever believe that you could make a living doing something so fun. It's it's unbelievable. I- i- i remind myself Frequently is at its. It's almost ridiculous at to get to get paid. I've done a lot of other things In my life and To be doing this is a great challenge. Actually because the tap task forces very serious but it is It is an amazing privilege to be paid to do it. Matt peterson is our guest. The article that caught our attention appears in the aforementioned of the american mind. A house dividing question bringing what is said in private into the open. What what is the reason you wrote this well for a long time. Now i've i've noticed As i'm sure many many of you have I've noticed that there's a two track conversation going on in america and You know usually when people talk about this. They'll say well it's deplorable people on the other half the other half of the country and you know they might talk about this but we wouldn't you know good good. Elite people wouldn't talk about this. What is this divided. The country is in public. We talk about division and You know all the rancor and we fight and all that but then in private people talk about well what's to be done about it. How bad is it really. And what will it lead to. And what i noticed it was that many working professionals on the right people who were very smart you know very well paid Living in a different sectors of the american economy and tech and finance in you know big blue cities. I in fancy america. We're having very dark thoughts about where things are going and they this. This happens repeatedly. Meet someone and finance and say well. I don't know. I'm a little skeptical. The over financialisation of the economy. And i think it just seems like this could blow up in some way but you know what do i know i right about that. And they'll just look at me and say oh. Yeah i talk about that all the time. It could all blow up. You know you start to hear these kind of sentiments from people who are very accomplished to know things. Because they're doing things they're not you know. These aren't these aren't pontificators writing in in the papers. These people who are out there. And i think there's a lot of savvy folks who are thinking. This country is deeply divided. And it's not headed in the right direction and at the more. Let's say normal local level You find a lot of people out in the country for whom right now saying. Oh yeah. there's probably going to be a civil war is a nonchalant statement. They'll just say that out loud at the bar and you know made a joke ten years ago but now it's it's maybe not a joke and this is you know i know people thinking about leaving the country on the right i mean so so this is this is a serious discussion and i think we publish this above all i because i don't like the idea of us talking about something in private about how well this is really serious. What's going to happen in the country will break up and then having a public conversation. That's kinda pretending. Everything's a little better than it. Is you know outside the political structure more sort of cultural and obviously on a base level financial. What's happening with the game. Stock game stop and amc and bed. Bath and beyond and melvin capital. All that i see a lago trends. I see a very aggressive lurch toward a strong populism that for years saw on the left and now we're seeing on the right and it's very interesting times where there is sort of an anti establishment since among everyone and there is this idea. It's very french revolution in many ways that there. Is this idea that people have been repressing thing you can do. This is what the line of of the title bringing what is said in private into the open. you know. I feel that this desire to sort of suppressant sensor speech thought and commentary on the basis that it is nazi or fascist or white supremacist. I think it ends very badly. I think it is very very badly because people who can't get their voice out they find other ways and and those aren't always as harmless as just posting on social media pages. Absolutely i mean absolutely and and this is. This is the problem right now. The entire dynamic in the country is You know we won. we Kind of the responsible people who are in charge one and everything's fine. Everything's going to go back to normal. And trump is really the problem right and we are just to make sure that everything goes back to normal and we're going to force you to acknowledge that everything's going back to normal dammit and here. They are in a Militarize capital with no citizens at an inauguration. And you know. I was sitting there watching that and it very much related to these articles. We published the separation Because i thought to myself the imagery forget about what were you think about the politicians. Just the imagery is. This is one political class alone. Surrounded by soldiers celebrating the triumph of democracy on inauguration day and the image you have is. You're not there. It's you against them. And this is very dangerous for any regime wants you. This is in fact why the left promotes all the stuff. This is why they need to divide by race because the terrifying idea is that. If really the many i mean all all the people the majority of people ganged up against the rich mean. That's a that's a tough dynamic. In in in many societies without a middle class that leads to radical instability. This interview is posted on our podcast. Wherever you get your podcast and yes we do keep talking and you can hear all of it there. Tom.

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"teri macdonald" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:35 min | 6 months ago

"teri macdonald" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"So there are a couple of places that i found increasingly over the last year that we find our best guests. Places isn't doing really really good. Were you probably know about hillsdale. Because they've partnered with conservative talk and they're doing a lot of good work especially educating people that are getting a little outside college age and wanting to think about the constitution what it means and you know that we do a e. I are the other day we had Teri macdonald from the f. e. e. there several of these organizations that are doing great work putting out good content as almost kind of a continuing education for good civics and one of them that keeps coming up. Is the claremont institute. Our guest is matt peterson. Vp of education at the claremont institute founding editor of the american. Mind matt if you would and you may have done this last time. You were here for people who don't know what the claremont institute is a keeps coming up as a source of good articles in good. Guess what is it. Well thank you for saying that. We are a forty year old think tank. That has a little different than others because it was never really involved in policy. It was always about promoting the principles of the american founding in contemporary life. So from the very beginning some of the best scholars on the american founding associated with the claremont institute You know a lotta. Your listeners will know About the progressives and the progressive movement. That was something that really didn't talk about until there was real scholarship about the history of america what had happened so defining kind of the ideas of the american right with something that the claremont institute is was was part of from the very beginning. In fact larry arnn. Hillsdale was president of the claremont institute at one point He's also a A claremont graduate student. Like many of us are Who studied political philosophy in american government. Program it doesn't exist anymore but it used to exist and was one of the few in the country that actually Actually did that. i think well And right but what we do now. Is we publish. We teach and relitigate so we publish the claremont review of books and the american mind Which i started two years ago. and we We litigated cases. In the supreme court. john eastman Has been at that for a while and we also teach so we bring together networks of the best young professionals and young leaders in the country and our fellowship programs and we bring scholars from all over the country people in politics from all over the country together to teach and that we're together and move things in the direction that we think we need to go. Would you ever believe that you could make a living doing something so fun. It's it's unbelievable. I- i- i remind myself Frequently is at its. It's almost ridiculous to get to get paid. I've done a lot of other things in my life and to be doing this is I a great challenge. Actually because the task before us is very serious but it is It is an amazing privilege to be paid to matt. Peterson is our guest. The article that caught our attention appears in the aforementioned of the american mind. A house dividing question bringing what is said in private into the open..

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"teri macdonald" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:06 min | 6 months ago

"teri macdonald" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"I love that. You're focused on how we could be better as a result of this you quote hayek in here which always makes me happy in saying emergencies have always been the pretext on which the safeguards of individual liberty have been eroded and once they are suspended it is not difficult for anyone who has assumed emergency powers to see to it that the agency will persist headland three hours ago chuck schumer pushes joe biden to declare climate change emergency because it will give him more powers. We're seeing this over and over again. Racial inequality climate change co vid economic distress. Where there is crisis. there is great opportunity right. i think that's absolutely true. And i think You know t piece of this. That has certainly come to to the forefront with the pandemic response just how big and bloated the government has become and how much control over our individual lives. We've granted them because the federal government but really at all levels of government. And you're right that the that that governments love to use emergencies or crises to push forward Their agenda their policies to continue to expand their role and their impact and get more taxpayer funding results. So you know. I think this has been another way. We can talk to kids about why we need to have limited government. Ri- government officials politicians need to have very little influence over our individual lives and our actions And again back to this idea that that individual liberty precedes government. That government can't overreach And i i love that you that you high. Because the second part of the article really gets to why we need to be Praising the free market the government intervention In the pandemic response and of course feed foundation for economic education is the oldest. The country's oldest free market think tank founded in nineteen forty. Six and really focus is on On sharing principles of free market economics and limited government innovation and entrepreneurship with young people And looking even at the pandemic as another as another lens for that so if you think about you know you say all the government response wasn't good but the pandemic or we needed to do better. The government needed to save up and actually if we realized what actually happened. It's really been the private sector free markets and entrepreneurship inventors who have Given us the most success over the past year and have have been able to kind of accelerate Hopefully the end of this vaccine development. Teri macdonald is our guest with your indulgence. I'd like to read three-paragraph they're short of what you wrote in the piece that caught my attention by the way folks. If you wanna read this for yourself you can go to michael berry. Show dot com where we've posted it. But here's what she writes in. And i think this is so well..

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"teri macdonald" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

05:30 min | 9 months ago

"teri macdonald" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"So chris offered to send a place to sleep in the basement of the house he was renting many nights they would sit together and talk about their futures. So sounds like they got some plants and lived ashville and do well. So that's when they released started to bond after a couple of years of not speaking his sons kind of held it against him for the divorce or something or what. I'm not sure about that. The long cold dark winters up north. Were really something that both of them wanted to leave. Behind though chris's other son lived far away in rochester michigan outside of detroit so they rarely saw him and they had no other family up north so nothing was really keeping them from starting new lives in a warmer climate. Ashville offered the most for both of them. They believed both were mountain bikers and they love to hike and really enjoyed the outdoors. Chris junior had spent much of his life cycling. Actually i riding a bike at the age of three chris senior was an expert cyclist and he had won trophies while racing when he was in the air force and he had lived all over the world. Junior had worked in bicycle shops all of his adult life so he knew finding a job. North carolina would be easy so this was an exciting thing for them. It sounds like he's reconnected. With one of his kids that's great and they're going to move to asheville together sounds ideal by october. Two thousand fourteen. Chris senior had a job all ended up national. It actually signed a contract with a company and was excited to be there and get started. He did have a scheduled. Drug screening test though is due on october fifteenth in michigan so senior christina's prepared for the move. His apartment in iron river was pretty messy had pilot things sorted out on the counters in the furniture ready to be packed up or given away or whatever. They're gonna do with them so this point. Chris and his dad were speaking or texting every single day. That's all through the summer and that autumn. They spoke several times each day. If senior was busy at work he still answered his phone for his son and he would tell junior that he would call them or text and back and he always did. He always did as he said he would. And that's until mid october. And that's when chris senior just seemed to vanish. You're out of the blue. No nothing when he's there the next day's gone right so on the evening of october fifteenth. Chris junior hadn't heard from his father all day. He texted and called but got no response. The next morning. October sixteen junior grabbed his iphone before he even got out of bed to check to see if anything had come in and there were no tax or miss calls from his dad. So this is when chris junior would say he felt a real sickness in his gut that something had happened to his father just had a really bad feeling in it. Sounds like they were pretty much in contact every day constantly all of a sudden he's not there and he can't find him. Yeah i'd be worried. The other thing is tober twenty-seventh teri macdonald decided. She needed to go to the river police. Also 'cause she hadn't heard from chris in two weeks so even though they weren't romantically involved they were still good friends as you said and she expected to hear from. I mean she had been in love with him. I'm not sure how much of that she still felt. But she was used to seeing him a few times a week and hadn't seen him in two weeks and couldn't get a hold of him..

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"teri macdonald" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"teri macdonald" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Please leave us a review. I'm going to read a lot of squirrel things here. How do you say Squirrel Squirrel? Squirrel Squirrel from Malcolm Wilson and Kensington Maryland Cayenne, pepper powder, cheap store brands sprinkle around the base on the plants after watering won't hurt them, but it's fun. Fun To watch us this. In birdseed as well Michael I. We did this we did. We did it already going GONNA. Do it again from Jared Amick in a story in New York Great News, the parents of the woman to engaged to be related by marriage live on a farm in Lawrence Kansas. They have plenty of experience with your exact situation. Squirrels eating homegrown tomatoes I gladly reached out on your behalf. Here's what they said. Squirrels chewing on our tomatoes and they had to go. We tried coyote. Coyote P. and repel rodents spray neither worked. We then try to live trap with peanut butter as Bait didn't work switch to cheetos with peanut butter success with court, twelve squirrels and raccoon are tomatoes of state safe what to do with the captured squirrels drive them at least three to ten miles away and release them in a wooded area sounds like a win win. Your tomatoes remain unscathed, and you make some cash on the side driving an uber for squirrels. We do have a lot of cheetos. cheetos caroline cheeto crazy Tom in Saint Charles Illinois I alone can handle your problem with tomato terrorists, a pellet pistol with a hollow point pellets in the hands of a cold blooded marksman. That's me will resolve your problem in one day. Allow me to gain access to your garden early in the morning and you're vegetable. Vigilantes will be no more. Please make any noisy neighbors aware of my visit. As the pistol has the look of serious automatic weapon I'll even dispose the rodents. When I leave, your tomatoes will then bloom and peace. You have my email. Covid nineteen has giving me tons of time. That would otherwise be devoted to conducting management. Management seminars so free time isn't an issue Jennifer, John and Charlottesville. You already have a squirrel deterrent in your house. Chessy squirrels hate dogs. Give a good brushing and take her hair and put it around your tomato plants and any other plants. You want to protect I. Do this in my vegetable garden. You can take a Tuft of dog hair and put on the soil next to the plant and use a toothpick to hold it in place. Wow, I'm the little you met at the Jimmy V.. Foundation dinner at the Boar's head, my husband Greg sends you a hardly. Cheeser I remember that very well because that was the night that. Who was the most recent governor in Maryland TERI MACDONALD? And there and he was speaking and I met her. There Jeff Jasper in overland. Park Kansas I wake each day to fresh holes in my lawn. My neighbor uses a humane trap and relocates Voracious Beasts. Their numbers will only increase. I wished coyotes would return because of squirrels. We cannot have nice things. Larry Gerald. The woman who aren't related by marriage has been growing tomatoes and other fruits and vegetables in containers on our deck for years because the one year that she tried gardening in the yard, dear ignored all of her dear away products that we bought this year. She really wanted to garden on a bigger scale so I built this structure in the attached pictures. The biggest issue we've had is containing. Containing the plants, because we were used to the size of the plants, doing the containers, we thought three inches or three feet would be a tall enough structure. We're wrong. TERRA FIRMA allows the plants to be all they can be I would be glad to help you Michael if you want to undertake this as a weekend project, if not perhaps you can call in the guys from pineapple landscape. In either case could I be official gardening architect for the show? Thanks for many years of laughed and a few tears shows outrageously entertaining from Kevin in Phoenix I. Think Michael should install some netting. What's the worst that could happen? Maybe Tony pedantic. Michael Son with him to the garden spent some relaxing time together on a hot day. Tony could cut up a tomato and put it in his mouth. Scare Michael Son, and then chase them around like a monster again. What's the worst that can happen see to? Did you see the Godfather everybody? Did you see the Godfather from John resuppy recipe? HD In microbiology, but But not horticulture from Annapolis I've listened to ramblings for years. Love the creativity about the squirrels try. A motion activated sprinkler. It has saved many tomato and one more okay from Peter in Mount pleasant south. Carolina sorry, this one is a little long, but you story about the squirrels tomatoes reminds me of a very similar problem. My Dad had with his prize victory. My father Greek. Immigrant loves figs. One summer we were visiting his sister back in Greece and brought back a branch from her fig tree to plant in our yard and Chapel Hill North Carolina a few years. The tree was starting to produce fruit. Fruit his favorite pastime was sitting on the deck and eating figs right off the tree that is until the squirrels discovered them. They would pick off the figs just because they were before they were ready to eat. This is what happens and taunts him by leaving. Half eaten figs on the deck. This strove him crazy so crazy that when we were in the car. If he saw a squirrel in the road, he would swerve toward the squirrel and hit the gas, hoping to thin the local squirrel population. Save a couple of fix a few years later. They got a new dog love chasing anything that moved. Moved in the scores were no longer issue. The dog court a couple of them, and the rest of them got the message. As you were telling the story, I could picture my own man screaming at the squirrels every time he saw one around his fig tree. Alas, when you mentioned you were holding a bag and would reveal the contents of the bag momentarily. Part of me thought Chessy was helping out with a problem. There was a dead squirrel in the bag. It brought a smile to my face. If you're new by, everyone is always do wear white. What a waste of time God! Thank you Regis!.

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"teri macdonald" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"teri macdonald" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"But this one feels like more of a documentary than the Jordan documentary. Yeah Paul it was two thousand thirteen with Oprah where land sat down and admitted everything admitted he doped think he should have stuck with it should have held and said and just gone wire-to-wire like guys like clemens and just say nope didn't do it very bonds. Nope DIDN'T END JUST GONE. Wire-to-wire and denied yeah but bonds and clemens didn't have law suits pending lance has lost two lawsuits pending. He was being sued by the government. They were they wanted one hundred million dollars. I think they settled for five million with lands. He had a lot his lies. Were expensive lies. Clemens and bonds you can lie in baseball edge is part of the game. Hey never tested positive. Lance was so calculated. This was systemic with him in what he was doing and how he was doing. And if you WANNA watch a thirty for thirty watching on Greg lemonde. Greg Lemond won the Tour de France anyone before Lance and Greg Lemond to me is a true American hero with what he did in the Tour de France because Americans weren't well received and even his teammate actually screwed him over in winning the order Franz one year because he was supposed to be helping him Bernardi no was supposed to be helping him but he wanted to win his fifth because that put him in this exclusive category. Greg Lemond won the Tour de France even his team and the biggest name in the sport. Were trying to circumvent that during the race. And then he gets shot by. His brother-in-law has all of these shotgun pellets in him and he comes back a couple years later and wins. Maybe the most dramatic Tour de France in history. He did it. And you feel like you watch him he did it legitimately and then they realize Greg. Lemond stopped racing when he saw what was coming and what was coming was Lance Armstrong. And he knew he could not. He was not doing what they were doing. And that was. Epo DOPING USC says Lance so so much more of a villain compared to everybody else who was caught doping like all of these different sports because of how ferocious he was in his defense. Yeah I mean even the even the live strong stuff you can almost excuse by saying it became so big that. How do you not continue this sort of secret life but is is it because is that where the negative part comes in is just how brutally was why think that he was really tough on people? Who are accusing him. Really really tough and try to destroy them. He and Greg lemonde. I don't think have a good relationship at all. And he did raise this money and I think people felt duped by him. He did a great thing. And just like Robin Hood. I he was doing a great thing but in the end was he really doing a great thing and he was huge in the documentary. He talks about. Hey I was there. We're Lebron is right now. Where we're the biggest names in the sport are what when you thought Lance Armstrong and I remember when I was working with sports illustrated and I. They were making suggestions. On WHO TERI MACDONALD? The Great Editor for sports illustrated said you know. Who Do you think for sportsman of the year and I said what about Lance Armstrong and there was silence and I went? Oh okay is this either good or bad. And they couldn't give him sportsman of the year because of all the baggage that went with him. Now you can say. Did we know the same thing about Sosa and mcgwire that they had them as the CO sportsman of the year on the cover but lance was so much baggage with him that they didn't want to do that. And have it blow up in their faces but the Lance Armstong? They got a one more one more episode. That's coming up next Sunday. I'm curious you're curious to see if I watched the Greg lemond thirty for thirty last night and I thought it was fascinating. I mean it really was and I knew the story of Greg. But just how his own team because he had this legendary writer? Who was going. I V? Greg thinks. He's going to win their teammates that that the road he had great had to let Benard Hindu makeup over two minutes. He basically had to go slow. So this wild wild and then you have the guy who is their coach who is saying all these negative things to lemond during the race. Like what are you doing? Like Bernard catch up to you and Greg lemonde let Benard Win. The tour to let him win the Tour de France. Mclovin I was wondering how you spinning all these. Greg lemond facts like well. Dan Remembers have really really well. It just kind of jolted me a little bit. Because you're thinking what did at the Tour de France. Greg. Lemond opened the door for Americans. It felt like at the Tour de France. And Look we didn't care about the Tour de France. Nolan did until an American got involved. It's like the America's Cup. We didn't care about the America's Cup till we lost it and then it. We're we're so upset that these multimillionaires billionaires like the America's Cup named after us they can't take while stroke those Kiwis. What are they doing like? We didn't care until we lost it and then we wanted it back. I only cared about it when it was Ted. Turner Ted Turner. I wanted to be on that boat. Captain what was it captain courageous? What was that sports illustrated cover? He's got his little gift. Skipper hat from Gilligan's on and that's when it was fun I let me take a break. Here we'll get some phone calls here. Eight seven seven three. Dp show email address GPS. Dan Patrick Dot Com Dean Blandino. Who Does a wonderful job former Fox he used to be the rules official for the NFL? He headed up the officials. He now works for Fox. Nfl College football rules analyst. And we'll talk to him about these new rules. I want to know about sky judge. I want to know what the rule the role of the sky. Judge is going to be this upcoming season. Because I've heard a couple of things that might just be preseason. I get the feeling that they might roll it out for the preseason but they would use it incorporated into the regular season so dean will join. Us coming up in about an hour. Your phone calls in the on-deck Circle. We'll give you our best to the weekend is well glad to have you on board twenty after the hour..

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"teri macdonald" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"teri macdonald" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"Brady story at the at the top of the podcast this week. It just seems appropriate in the year. Two thousand five. I was working for sports illustrated and I remember. It was a Sunday morning and I was on my way to cover a football game in Cincinnati and my cell phone rang and I looked down and it was MacDonald. The editor sports illustrated who was on the phone. And I said hey terry what's up. And he said you know. We're kind of getting down to nitty gritty on sportsman of the year. And I really wanted your advice and your thoughts. I know that you have recommended. Tom Brady for sportsman of the year. But I just wanted to hear your case for Brady if we give it to him and I said. Hey Terry listen you. I'm sure that you have great candidates and I forget who the candidates were that year but I said not only am basically his. Tom Brady been part of Multiple Championship teams with the Patriots. But I said this year he had to do was second contract with the Patriots and one of the things that he had to do was he had to basically say to the Patriots. He had him over a barrel if he wanted to. Totally Max out his earnings. He could have done so but Tom Brady. Went to then at the time the negotiator for the Patriots. Scott Paoli and you'll hear from later in this in this podcast. But he basically went to Scott. P. Into Robert Kraft Bill Belichick and said that. Look I I totally trust you guys to build the best team that we can and I just WanNa be absolutely sure that we are going to spend to the salary cap this year and you know so in other words if you maybe save a million or two from me. I WANNA make sure that money gets spent on players who can help us win and I had heard teams before going to players saying. Hey we need you to take a lower deal because we want to be able to sign more players and better players. I had not heard a player. Go to a team saying I'll take less money if you promise me that you're going to use it to help build this team. You know to keep this championship team. So I told Terry McDonnell that day. I said that to me in these days of you know of kind of greedy athletes. I think that says a lot. So not only. Is Tom. Brady a multiple champion? It was gone out and won the Super Bowl so far this early in his career and not only is he wanted the ultimate Cinderella stories. Hundred Ninety ninth pick in the draft and and basically three of the first four years. He plays you win Super Bowl. I said you know it's he's got the kind of ethos that he just gets it and he understands that he really wants to win and he wants to do everything he can to win. So TERI MacDonald said okay. Thanks and I don't know it was maybe about three or four weeks later. I wasn't I wasn't in any private meetings or anything that you know. I get an email. Hey Tom Brady is gonNA be sportsman of the year so I thought it was really cool and I was glad that I was able to chip in with a few thoughts on that so at the ceremony for sports in an ear happened in early December in New York Brady came down from from foxborough. Bob Kraft Robert Kraft. Was there that day? The owner. Tom's parents were there which I thought was really really cool and a so is dad comes up to me at the ceremony. And he said I just wanted to know how meaningful this award is to top. Because when he was a kid he used to devour sports illustrated. Whenever they wrote about the Niner's we couldn't get it out of his hands. He loved this magazine. So this means so much to him and Terry McDonald comes up. Gets to the podium and he goes you know I really WanNa thank Peter King. Because he's probably the driving force one of the driving forces behind this because he told me the story of and he went on and told the story about how Brady basically made it possible for the Patriots to spend more money on players and all that and I just remember at the end of the Night Brady walking up to me looking knee deep in the eyes and just shook my hands and he goes. Thank you and so. That's my Tom Brady story for the week. I'm sure there will be plenty more whenever he does retire in about two thousand forty eight but I just wanted you to know that that story has always really stuck with me because I think Brady understands that everything that he's accomplished in his career. I mean everything. He enjoys sharing those moments with people who don't want to say help make them possible but all of his teammates. If you talk to even the least the you know the guys who you barely have heard of I think I think it's so interesting that he appreciates knowing all those guys and those guys nobody leaves the Patriots says boy. Tom Brady's deterred nobody. Nobody ever says that and I just thought that story was was worth it on a day like this in a week like this and with the crazy things happening in our world right now.

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"teri macdonald" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"teri macdonald" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Sports jackets. You know we've been in the Los Angeles area for thirty one years and I gotta get you into one of my jackets. You come in and take a look at our houndstooth come on and look at. I'd like the hand Bowen Ticket. Take go ahead and take a picture of yourself in one of our seersucker. There's nothing like a TERI MacDonald seersucker jacket. We only specialize in jackets. If you've got pants to match that's great if you don't you're on your own at McDonald's the report report does This the Phil Hendrie show and Philly show dot com back here at the studio of the Pacific has mentioned We'll have one more show here from the Pacific island we will originate from San Francisco on Probably on Saturday morning all right. Let's get back to our friend. Ted Build Air Tens of Beverly Hills Beverly Hills we're back here. Let's see we can't get this figured out. I know I uh-huh got to take a full color business to attend to hear. I WANNA talk to fill Henry about Beverly Hills down. The super bowl is coming up..

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"teri macdonald" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"teri macdonald" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Over five hundred thousand fugitives with outstanding arrest warrants from the national instant criminal background check system in late twenty sixteen according to testimony from acting fbi director david age what that means is that those fugitives who were previously prohibited under federal law from purchasing firearms can now buy them unless barred for other reasons but here's the other thing if they don't have criminal records available to the voting board they could well also vote so it's not just illegals that are voting but now and if you remember in the state of virginia clinton emissary teri macdonald terry mcdowell he was a former campaign chairman for for bill clinton made it so that felons could vote in virginia terry mcauliffe is his name again they have to destroy the rule of law in order to succeed in order to throw elections in order to to get more power and control and frankly more money but there are as i mentioned some very good people within government let are fighting for all of our freedoms and our calling it the way it should be called here's an example you know this guy a who was the dude it was texting is little squeeze lisa page in the fbi over saw the hilary clinton email scandal along with mccabe is his boss was involved in taking testimony or a deposition from an information from general flynn this guy's dirty as they come.

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"teri macdonald" Discussed on D3football.com Daily Dose » D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast

D3football.com Daily Dose » D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"teri macdonald" Discussed on D3football.com Daily Dose » D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast

"You know we had challenge guys did obviously all three phases outstanding but it's a it's a huge win if our program right now twenty one going out there you know it's the same way we went into that down gets colon same don't we felt like our own tribute to seven points we give a big pass thirteen take away in place potentially you have a chance to lead another half so there was no panic by and i'm comfortable about getting the ball on the half and obviously went down and execute our offense scored never panicked ever no matter what the scores and stay i actually think having to face wesley was a much better test for brock board than the plymouth state was brought boards now advancing to play delaware valley and if they win that one it'd be a much tougher test waiting on the other end either saint thomas or mary hardin baylor brockway it looks like a legitimate semifinalists on both sides of the ball but the the getting a test from wesleyan the second round i think is a lab better than than having to play a game where they could easily skate by so that point where they're tied at halftime i think is is really good for was really good for backward and i think it also showed just how quickly the game got away it was a twenty one game brought four puts together a ten play seventy one yard drive to start the third quarter and then right after that teri macdonald fifteen yard interception return austin dean fifteen yard fumble recovery so teno nine they go up twenty eight twenty one by eight forty.

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