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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

06:16 min | Last month

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Assured they'll be the most comfortable footwear you'll ever own. I want to talk about what's happening in Senate races around the country. I think it's worthwhile to focus on the Senate because, well, it looks fairly obvious that the house is going to swing and probably pretty heavily into the Republican camp. Even Democrats appear to be conceding this. They seem to be giving up on some races that they thought they could win. Even other races that were once classified as leaning democratic are now toss ups. So the momentum seems to be with the Republicans as it is on the Senate level. And let's look at some of the key races going on here. In Arizona, Blake masters has pulled even with who's the guy in Arizona honey, the astronaut named Mark Kelly, the astronaut. And Kelly looked like he would have that. In fact, even I said on the podcast, I think Republicans may win three out of four in those races, but it looks like masters has a good chance. JD Vance, I think is going to win in Ohio. He's ahead. The awes fetterman debate was a spectacle. It wasn't it fetterman, wow. He made Biden look like Einstein. So, and in fact, Democrats were running around afterward to explain, initially they were like, oh, he did really well, and there was some media figures and this just shows how the how horrible these people are. They don't even feel they're untethered by reality. Well, the editorial board of the Philadelphia inquirer decided that fetterman won the debate decisively, as if to say, did we watch the same debate? This is not even a matter of two guys who are in a fight and you say one guy wins. This is the case where fetterman was struggling to get out a coherent sentence and actually produce a massive whopper. Is that made you even wonder if he knew what he was saying or even what his name was? So Oz looks like he will win that one in Pennsylvania. Unless the state of Pennsylvania just goes, Berserk. And for inexplicable reasons besides, you know, we want the brain dead guy. I don't see that happening. In Washington state, where you would think patty Murray would have a fairly easy time holding her seat against Tiffany smiley. It looks like Tiffany smiley is closing in on patty Murray.

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Dinesh Examines Key Senate Races Around the U.S.

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:01 min | Last month

Dinesh Examines Key Senate Races Around the U.S.

"I want to talk about what's happening in Senate races around the country. I think it's worthwhile to focus on the Senate because, well, it looks fairly obvious that the house is going to swing and probably pretty heavily into the Republican camp. Even Democrats appear to be conceding this. They seem to be giving up on some races that they thought they could win. Even other races that were once classified as leaning democratic are now toss ups. So the momentum seems to be with the Republicans as it is on the Senate level. And let's look at some of the key races going on here. In Arizona, Blake masters has pulled even with who's the guy in Arizona honey, the astronaut named Mark Kelly, the astronaut. And Kelly looked like he would have that. In fact, even I said on the podcast, I think Republicans may win three out of four in those races, but it looks like masters has a good chance. JD Vance, I think is going to win in Ohio. He's ahead. The awes fetterman debate was a spectacle. It wasn't it fetterman, wow. He made Biden look like Einstein. So, and in fact, Democrats were running around afterward to explain, initially they were like, oh, he did really well, and there was some media figures and this just shows how the how horrible these people are. They don't even feel they're untethered by reality. Well, the editorial board of the Philadelphia inquirer decided that fetterman won the debate decisively, as if to say, did we watch the same debate? This is not even a matter of two guys who are in a fight and you say one guy wins. This is the case where fetterman was struggling to get out a coherent sentence and actually produce a massive whopper. Is that made you even wonder if he knew what he was saying or even what his name was?

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The Democrats Are Pulling Out All the Stops for the Midterms

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:04 min | Last month

The Democrats Are Pulling Out All the Stops for the Midterms

"The Democrats are pulling out all the stops for the midterm election. They are getting a little bit panicky. Because the polls are showing a movement toward the Republicans, even in areas that Democrats thought were completely safe. So for example, Washington state Tiffany smiley is running against the incumbent senator patty Murray, while Democrats didn't think they needed to defend Washington state, but suddenly they do. Smiley is running a really strong campaign and think about it. This would be a very unexpected pickup if Republicans can win a deep blue state Washington state. And so it looks like the Democrats are calling upon. Well, they have the media already largely in their pocket, the media is doing brazen lying and lobbying for Democrats. One very amusing aftermath of the fetterman debate and I've been putting out some very sharp tweets about that poor fetterman. I mean, I guess the case for federman can be summarized this way. Yes, I'm brain dead, but Biden's brain dead, too. And he's running the whole country. Why shouldn't I run Pennsylvania? Since when is being brain dead been a disqualification? But what I found laughable was that the Philadelphia inquirer says our editorial team watched the debate and we decided that fetterman won. So this is literally taking leave of their senses, moving into crazy will USA, just The Twilight Zone as Debbie puts it. And so it's time to call upon the aid of digital media and in this case it's not Zuckerberg so much. Zuckerberg, in fact, had put, as you remember, a giant amount of money, almost half a $1 billion into the 2020 election. He's not doing that in 2022. And I don't think he'll do it in 24, either. But Google appears to be doing some sneaky backroom stuff.

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 John Fetterman's Campaign Seeks to Lower Expectations

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:28 min | Last month

John Fetterman's Campaign Seeks to Lower Expectations

"Federman. His campaign just yesterday issued a press release, suggesting that, you know, they want people to lower their expectations on what John fetterman is going to do tonight. So they're already worried that, you know, listen, I'm not going to make fun of a guy who has a stroke. But the problem is, the guy had a stroke and he's not at this point, and I don't know if he can. If you can't debate your opponent and carry Lake nailed his two in Arizona, debating is your job audition. Your auditioning to the voters to show them that you are capable of doing your job when you go to the U.S. Senate. This isn't an audition for a job at Twitter after Elon Musk fires everybody at the end of the week. When he takes sulfur possession of it, this is a job that you want people to vote for you so that you can represent them and worry about their needs, not game shows or any of this other stuff. So I think fetterman is going to have a tough time tonight. I'm not rooting against him. I hope he does well. But the bottom line is when your campaign is worried, even though they got this whole thing straightened out where he's only going to have one debate, early voting is already underway. And if he fails tonight, the media will still carry water for him. The Philadelphia inquirer and all of the media info will just pretend that doctor Fraser was being mean to him or he's an ableist and all of this other stuff. And you're right. They have the same thing. Everybody's a racist. Everybody's far right. Anybody with common sense is far right to these people now. It's insane.

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Richard Calls in to Discuss Philly DA Krasner's Impeachment Vote

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | Last month

Richard Calls in to Discuss Philly DA Krasner's Impeachment Vote

"Be a real chauvinist pig now. I'm going to pick somebody to talk to simply because I've been to king of Prussia and it is perhaps one of the coolest names in America. We're going to go to Pennsylvania. It's Richard, king of Prussia. I greetings. I live in Philly and I've been following this krasner saga very closely. Now there's a first tell me first tell me when he gives a press conference. How do the people of Philly respond? What is the media response like? Oh, the media loves the guy. Yeah. I mean, the Philadelphia inquirer in the stations. They love this guy. He's their hero because he tells them what they want to hear. That's the 20% that voted for him. Right. And then the rest has to the rest has to live with his death and destruction. There was a 13 year old girl that was raped at a subway station center city today. Are you serious? Going to school. Go in the school. Center city. I mean, it's incredible. I mean, I lived here all my life. And I will not go in the Philly anymore, except to go to a ball game, which is just basically off 95. All right, so what made you call us today, Richard? Well, krasner is before a subcommittee in the Pennsylvania House that will probably recommend impeachment on Monday. Good. In addition, in addition, the house had Democrat of the Pennsylvania house has cleared her Democrat cohorts to vote for impeachment if they feel necessary. Why? Because he's become such a liability, even to the Democrats. What's the reason Richard? Well, my theory is that the election coming up. They're all going to all the house is going to be up for reelection. And if they're crime is big and Pennsylvania, and their date, they may lose their races if they're looked to be protecting this guy that's just leading blood all over Philly.

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SCOTUS Just Undid a Key Ruling for Counting Undated Pa. Mail Ballots

Mark Levin

01:31 min | Last month

SCOTUS Just Undid a Key Ruling for Counting Undated Pa. Mail Ballots

"And because Democrats here's the Philadelphia inquirer Are much more likely to vote by mail than Republicans are Oh So we all agree that Democrats are stupid They don't have to put it on dates Well then you don't get to vote A decision to count undated mail ballots is likely to mean hundreds or potentially thousands more democratic votes Get counted They mean don't get counted Adam bohn and a democratic lawyer in the Lehigh county case at issue Said the Supreme Court's decision was disappointing But he emphasized that state courts have recently relied on state law to rule in favor of counting undated mail ballots That means undated ballots should still be counted this November he argued Now keep in mind that's not the state law Josh Voss a Republican lawyer on the other side of the case disagreed because the appeals court had changed the legal landscape he said The Supreme Court's decision was simply returned to the proper status quo which he argued means undated ballots should be thrown out and of course he's right That's the law Pennsylvania election law requires voters to write a date On the outer mailing envelope when returning their mail ballots state courts had held over the last two years that the date require it means undated ballots to strike being received on time must be rejected And that had generally become the policy statewide

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:53 min | 4 months ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on Fresh Air

"It. Bunches of national columnist for the Philadelphia inquirer, focusing on social injustice, income inequality, politics, and government. The roots of his new book go back about 15 years when he was a reporter at the Philadelphia daily news, and his two children were in grade and middle school.

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Why Kathy Barnette Is Unelectable

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:17 min | 7 months ago

Why Kathy Barnette Is Unelectable

"Now Dave McCormick, I've watched the race very, very closely. I've had every candidate on except Doctor Oz who has repeatedly turned down opportunities to come on this program, which usually evidences to me that don't know what they're doing on the conservative side of the issues. But I am now concerned, Kathy Barnett is rising in the polls, and she's a nice lady. I had her on the show. She got sparkling charisma, but in the last couple of days, the Philadelphia inquirer has under her tweets and her record and I don't think it's a Christina O'Donnell situation that Todd akin situation, how much does electability matter to Pennsylvania primary voters? Well, listen, I've gotten to know Kathy on the campaign trail. And I respect and admire her personal story. But she's been tested already. She was tested a little less than two years ago when she ran for a congressional seat in Pennsylvania and she lost by 20 points. And so listen, the stakes on this are so high for the general election because it will be the biggest race in the country. We need a candidate, a Republican candidate that has credibility has been tested at a deeply vetted and assembled a resources in the team necessary to win. This is like this is going to the Super Bowl.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:13 min | 8 months ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Long and for you follows wherever I go In the roaring traffic spoon in the silence of my lonely road I think of you Dan's not In the day under the height of me Don't be a GN radio I'm Raleigh James and that's John's favorite Frank Sinatra record and of course we are playing France enough for sadly because of the news that Sid Mark has died 88 years old in Philadelphia and for 65 years had a program weekly devoted exclusively to Frank Sinatra first Fridays with Frank and then in the last 20 something years hard to believe it's that long Sundays was Sinatra And so rest in peace Sid Mark All right I got about a minute left in that minute is going to go to Donna in Oak Park how's it going Donna Hi Raleigh I called to let you know that bringing bats to Alaska might be a good thing Big tend to think that mosquitos are the hors d'oeuvres And you and know that mosquitos are really bad in the last absolutely Well that's good news but I wonder what else they'd like to munch on So far that I know of there's fruit bats and there's all sorts of different species of bats but there is one bad that they have down in Texas that seem to live on mosquitos Well I have completely run out of time fascinating I will talk to you soon Thank you Donna So tomorrow night is a very abbreviated show 1230 to one maybe James will call us sorry for not getting to you thanks to Adam for keeping us on the air to John for screening your calls especially to you for calling It makes my job easy and I like that Until tomorrow at 1230 that's a wrap I'm Raleigh James It's WGN radio The annual Venus brings super sale is here with up to 75% off the fun sexy fashion and swimwear brand that everyone is talking about And for a limited time save an additional 10%.

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Yes, It's Time to Reconsider Proposition 47

The Larry Elder Show

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Yes, It's Time to Reconsider Proposition 47

"Call them today in the LA times. Time to reconsider proposition 47. Guess what newspapers supported proposition 47? How many times? You know, I recently was interviewed by a reporter with the LA times. The article has not yet come out. It was a few days ago. And I have no idea how negative it was going to be, but it'll be some level of negativity. And I said, you know, your paper has been around forever. Every day the only times writes three editorials, editorial is the official position of the newspaper. And I said, you guys have then presided over rising crime in LA. The declining quality of public schools here in LA? The fact that people are leaving. The excessive taxes. The rise and homelessness, this happened under your watch. You write three editorials every day, and yet these things are happening. I said, do you bear any responsibility? And he said, well, you know, it's true. That's a good point. LA times touted proposition 47. Criminal justice system, which, of course, is a racist criminal justice system. Never mind the disproportionate victims are people of color. As the former mayor of Philadelphia wrote yesterday in an op-ed piece in the Philadelphia inquirer. He said well to take for the woke white district attorney. In Philadelphia, the one who got 1.51 $.7 million from George Soros. To wake up. I didn't say it. The mayor of Philadelphia said it.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Seventy two at the time pennsylvania was still in its infancy as a thoroughbred racing state liberty bell park had opened in nineteen sixty nine near philadelphia in an attempt to help stop the flow of pennsylvania residents who for years had been crossing the ben franklin bridge to bet on parimutuel horse racing in new jersey. And so gallant. Bob came to liberty bell to make his debut was a thoroughbred racehorse in july of nineteen. Seventy four. he was entered in a five and a half furlong race for two year olds with claiming price of twelve thousand. Five hundred dollars. It was a nondescript race full of lightly regarded unproven young racing prospects but gallant bob manage to generate some excitement that day winning his career debut and lighting up the tote board by paying ninety four dollars on a two dollars mutual ticket a few weeks later on august. Thirty first nineteen seventy four. The one hundred thousand dollar kindergarten stakes went to the post for what would be the final thoroughbred stakes ever held liberty bill. A brand new racing facility boasting a price tag of thirty million dollars was opening later. That fall just down the road and it would be called keystone racetrack and so the kindergarten stakes brought down the curtain. Liberty bell and it produced a stretch battle between gallant. Bob and a colt named master derby gallant. Bob set the pace that day. Lazing an opening quarter in twenty one and three fifth seconds and an opening half mile in forty four and four master. Derby came running late. Catching the pacesetter in the shadow of the wire to prevail by a half length but even in defeat gallant. Bob had caught the attention of turf writer. Ross harris of the philadelphia inquirer who referred to gallup bob's torrid pace as.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"T. dot com. Sign up today. Marcus haze covers the nba. Covers the seventy sixers for the philadelphia inquirer columnist and he had a tweet yesterday. That said ben. Simmons says he's going to treat training camp in the regular season just like he treats the playoffs. He ain't showing up. Oh it's called. He goes on to say. Let him sit. Let him lose the money. The sixers can win without simmons. Somebody has to finally stand up to these players reneging on their contracts. That's mark is hayes of the philadelphia inquirer yes. Mclovin affiliate is not like benson. Yeah they're mad at him. I think so. Why are we surprised that he doesn't want to stay there now. what happened. I that that they turned on or ben turned on them. He's not good in that system. That's what happened i. It doesn't accentuate his talent. Okay but did he go out and say hey i want out of here. I'm going to play poorly. I just think he lost confidence. Therefore on a big stage was exacerbated and doesn't take long for the philly fans to turn on you. Yep is there a better way to get traded for a from a team member deshaun watson before the accusations he wanted out and he announced it. Got out james harden. It seemed like he basically shut down last year and wouldn't play. Well hardened quit. Yes he quit. That's why said he can't be mvp but it worked out from. He got to go where he wanted to. If you're ben. Simmons can you keep quiet. Don't leak it and go in and talk to management or is that possible. Well maybe that maybe he said like you know. Nobody was backing the up. I'm gonna guess. Eighteen probably said hey like to more the gm like nobody's backing my guy and you still want him. Do you really want him. And plus can you dictate where you wanna go. James harden wanna to go to the nets and then they act we ask and sent him to the nets. You know for a terrible deal. But i don't know ben simmons. Has that cachet where he can say. I want out and this is where i wanna go. You might just say. Hey i want out and then you have to you're going to dictate to him where we're gonna send you. Your mclovin is ordering. If like rich paul. His agent is actually calling teams like the cavs and the rock saying. Do not trade for this guy because we will not cooperate or something like behind the scenes stuff..

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on KGO 810

"That price next year that that is now what they can get for this box. It's a good box. It's a good machine. I paid the price. But if you multiply that by the millions of decisions that are being made across the country, we have inflation and it starts with Shortages in the supply chain for chips. That is correct. You have the consumer Price index. You know you would set it sort of evened out at 5.3%. That's not going to go down at any point. I mean, there are once the prices get to a certain level, particularly for core goods. You know, we're not going to see them going back to 2019 levels anytime soon, if ever and in the indexes for for core materials like gasoline and food and shelter, all rose significantly in this past month on I looked at the producer price indexes for some core materials that businesses are using in this country and you can get the same numbers from the ST Louis Federal Reserve is called there Fred Database and we talked about producer prices, you know, increased about 8.3% recently, but China I am seeing increases in iron and steel and lumber and plastics and packaging materials. That I've gone there anywhere from 30 to 90% increases in this core materials. All of those have got to be filtering down to the end consumer and businesses that are buying this stuff. Jean Marc says small business columnist for the Guardian newspaper UK and US edition as well as the Philadelphia Inquirer. We're going to Philadelphia next and jeans recommendations for how in the Philly area. Of course, this applies coast to coast and globally. You can account for your most precious resource. Which is your employees? This.

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Brian Windhorst ‘Highly Doubts’ Ben Simmons and 76ers Can Repair Their Relationship

The Jump

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Brian Windhorst ‘Highly Doubts’ Ben Simmons and 76ers Can Repair Their Relationship

"Let's get to the latest surrounding ben simmons and the sixers keep pompeii the philadelphia inquirer reports that people in simmons's camp are not inclined to help the sixers find a trade partner for him so given the public criticism from doc rivers after the playoffs and how his name was in the james harden trade talks last season march sign of the times reports that the cavs are one team. That's interested in him so brian is there a chance for simmons to repair his relationship in philly. And if not where do you think he could end up. I've been around too long to say that. There's never a chance of anything. But i would highly doubt it One of the messages. That ben has sent back towards philly. Is that. It's not his job to fix his trade value. It's his job to correct. This trade value raises trade value. That is not something that is on the menu for him and so with that out there. I don't think he's interested in coming in and trying to change the situation and one thing that i think is interesting is that his contract is structured in a way that he's going to get half of his money by october first sixteen and a half million of thirty three million come before he has to worry about getting find a single dime for a forty one of his game. So he's going to have a war chest that he can. Just sit this out. Now i agree the cavaliers and other teams that are really interested in trading for a guy with four years. Left on their contract would be interested. That's also why. You've heard a mike minnesota and even potentially a team like san antonio these are organizations that typically don't do well in free agency and so the idea of getting a star player under four year contract is very attractive but dens value is so low right now and the expectations of daryl morey on a trailer so high we just are not neutral zone for any If any team at this

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Warriors Reject Sixers’ Steep Asking Price for Ben Simmons

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Warriors Reject Sixers’ Steep Asking Price for Ben Simmons

"Sixers are asking the Warriors per keep pumping, who covers the sixties for The Philadelphia Inquirer for Andrew Wiggins, James Wiseman, the seventh pick in tonight's draft, the 14th pick in tonight's draft. And to future first round picks. So four first round picks. Wiggins and Wiseman. Basically That's six first round picks if you think about it. 7 14 to future. Wiggins was an early first round pick, and James Wiseman was just the second pick in the draft. So if you want to say, because Wiggins played in the league for a little bit hit, and he's kind of been underwhelming. Wise, but at least they're still has that potential. Even after his first season, it's basically Wiggins And five first round picks for Ben Simmons. If I'm the Golden State warriors. I'm glad they said no. And I don't think that price is going to be met for Ben Simmons.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"On Fox News Channel. Former President Trump is getting set for a big rally tonight in his adopted home. State Foxes have been brown reports from Broward County, Florida Former President Donald Trump will appear at a rally held tonight in Sarasota, Florida at the fairgrounds. The rally starts in the afternoon with tailgating and Mr Trump's remarks are scheduled to begin at eight p.m.. Friday afternoon. Supporters of Trump had already lined up hoping to be granted admission today. The former president is also scheduled to speak next weekend in Dallas at the second convention held this year by the conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC. In Broward County, Florida. Evan Brown Fox News. Arkansas is the latest state to help with the migrant surge of the Southern borders, sending 40 National Guard troops there for up to 90 days. Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rent Lige on Fox and friends That's once a crab in the state of Arkansas, South Dakota and others were stepping up. Protecting the citizens of our states help Texas and Arizona are border, so that way we can keep families right here in the natural state state, Florida, Iowa, Idaho, Nebraska have also sent help to the Border Bill Cosby's already considering a nationwide tour Bill Cosby spokesperson Andrew Wyatt told The Philadelphia Inquirer that the newly freed comedian has been talking to a number of promoters and comedy club owners, and it's just excited the way the world is welcoming him back. Why it told inside Edition promoters and Comedy Club owners have called him because, he said, people want to see him. Cosby was released from prison after serving nearly three years after dozens of women accuse him of rape and Sexual assault. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court decided a nonprosecution agreement struck with the previous prosecutor should have prevented him from being charged in the 2000 for encounter with Andrea Constant. Cosby said he has always maintained his innocence..

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Fox News Channel. Former President Trump is getting set for a big rally tonight in his adopted home. State Foxes have been brown reports from Broward County, Florida Former President Donald Trump will appear at a rally held tonight in Sarasota, Florida at the fairgrounds. The rally starts in the afternoon with tailgating and Mr Trump's remarks are scheduled to begin at eight p.m.. Friday afternoon Supporters of Trump and already lined up hoping to be granted admission today. The former president is also scheduled to speak next weekend in Dallas at the second convention held this year by the conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC. In Broward County, Florida. Evan Brown Fox News, Arkansas is the latest state to help with the migrant surge of the Southern borders, sending 40 National Guard troops there for up to 90 days. Arkansas attorney General Leslie Rent ledge on Fox and friends. That's why I'm so proud of the state of Arkansas, South Dakota and others were stepping up protecting the citizens of our states. Hello, Texas and Arizona our borders that way we can keep families right here in the natural state state, Florida, Iowa, Idaho, Nebraska have also sent help to the border Bill Cosby's already considering a nationwide tour, Bill Cosby, spokesperson Andrew Wyatt told The Philadelphia Inquirer. That the newly freed comedian has been talking to a number of promoters and comedy club owners, and it's just excited the way the world is welcoming him back, Wyatt told inside Edition. Promoters and Comedy Club owners have called him because, he said, people want to see him. Cosby was released from prison after serving nearly three years after dozens of women accused him of rape and sexual assault. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court decided a nonprosecution agreement struck with the previous prosecutor should have prevented him from being charged in the tooth. 1000 for encounter with Andrea Constand Cosby said he has always maintained.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"American workers are saying salary hikes this year. It's a sign that businesses they're starting to offer higher pay to fill newly open jobs. The Labor Department reports workers total compensation rose 9/10 of a percent in the first quarter this year. That's the largest gaining more than 13 years was also an increase over the fourth quarter of 2020, which sought compensation rise 7/10 of a percent. Wage gains were weaker during the pandemic. When the unemployment rate initially shot to nearly 15% and the result, workers paying Benefits rose just 2.6% for the year ending in March. Ben Thomas Washington also a town hold on calm amid growing coals for police reform and debate or the deadly use force. Some departments around the United States today are struggling to attract new officers and retain those they already have. Police officials and union leaders describe the situation as crisis mode, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Which found so far this year. 79 officers in the city chose deferred retirement during the same period last year. It was 13. In addition, the department has 268 vacancies. Law enforcement officials attribute the decline in interest across the country to everything from the death of George Floyd and conviction of former cop Derrick Show, Vin. Of fatal shootings of unarmed black men at the hands of police. I'm Julie Walker. Iranian state TV reporting deals have been reached to release prisoners those with Western ties, but that may be jumping the gun, the State Department says. It has not been approved is yet more of these stories, a town hall dot com Talk radio 6 80 Wcbm. Ey really factor is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question Peten, says Talbot, the father and son, founders of relief actor Tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right. Designed to heal on now I agree. The doctors who formulated really factor for Pete and self selected the four best ingredients 100% drug free ingredients. That each help your body deal with inflammation. That's correct. Each of the four ingredients deal with inflammation on a different metabolic pathway that right they're approaching your pain from four different angles may very well be. Why so many Americans find such wonderful pain.

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Police See Recruitment Struggles, Surge in Retirements

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Police See Recruitment Struggles, Surge in Retirements

"I'm Julie Walker amid growing calls for police reform and debate over deadly use of force some departments across the country are struggling to attract officers and retain the ones they have police officials and union leaders described the situation as crisis mode according to The Philadelphia Inquirer which found so far this year seventy nine officers in the city chose deferred retirement during the same period last year it was thirteen in addition the department has two hundred and sixty eight vacancies law enforcement officials attribute the decline in interest across the country to everything from the death of George Floyd and conviction of former cop Derek show open to fatal shootings of unarmed black men at the hands of police I'm Julie Walker

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And we have Joe Biden signing executive orders like he's a dictator. An imperial monarch if you will. All about centralizing power financial power. Communications. And government all in the name of the people all in the name of the people. We'll just give them stuff. Plato. Our base will divide them in order to conquer them will play right into our hands, and they do. I'm going to show you how this works. Going to show you how this works. There's a loathsome person, a rep Probate by the name of Hocking Jeffries. He's a member of Congress hard to believe. So if you supported Trump Then you're part of the white supremacists. And domestic terrorists. And, of course, none of this language insights anybody, ladies and gentlemen, none of it. None of that language, insights. Anybody perfectly fine. Nobody's moving to expel him from the House of Representatives. Are they Got 11 go, but every available option to hold him accountable. Finished options should be undertaken. A Donald Trump is a private citizen. And the Marxists. And the fascists. Really, there's an overlap in the Democrat Party. Think this is the old Soviet Union with Stalin, so they want to track him down like he's Trotsky. In South America. And hang them on a meat hook. Only then when hacking Jeffries be happy. Go ahead. Feed and doing the business of the American people, both in terms of defending our democracy and Bill. Oh, I always turn the Hakim Jefferies when it comes to defending our democracy, don't you, Mr Producer? Nobody defends our democracy in our Traditions. Our economic system. Our principles like Hocking Jeffries and the Democrat Party. Nobody Quote the Democrats. Ha came big lie, baby. Big lie. Go ahead. Under the leadership of Joe Biden, Speaker Pelosi and leader Schumer. What leadership, you idiot. The three old students of politics. Go ahead. Not going to be cowed by the domestic terrorists and the white supremacist and the enemy combatants who want to stop us in our tracks that if we want to stop the radicals in their tracks were now white supremacists, domestic terrorists and enemy combatants now This guy's in the leadership of the Democrat Party. This guy is big on the impeachment management, and this guy is an inciting anybody. How come the Washington compost in the New York Slimes? How come the constipated news network and M s l s d Don't all do stories on the On the incendiary language used by Democrats and used by Democrats who are hosts on their various shows. How come they don't talk about that? I'll tell you why our friends and Newsbusters I'll tell you why Lindsey Cornick. Talk about throwing Godwin's law out the window. She writes the latest op ed from the Philadelphia Inquirer. And by the way, the fella if he inquires even worse than the New York Times and The Washington Post. I mean, it is a disaster. I grew up with his crap newspaper. Listen to this. This latest op ed from The Philadelphia Inquirer go so far as to compare Donald Trump to Hitler. On Holocaust Remembrance Day. And I assume job. I Joe Scarborough do that. I don't know. Never be in his wheelhouse. Wouldn't Mr Minister Let's continue here. Yes, I'm trying to find where I left off. On January 27 required inquire Editor David Lee Preston. Did his part and remembering one of the worst atrocities in humanity. By what else comparing President Donald Trump the Adolf Hitler his piece aptly titled Is It Wrong To Compare Trump the Hitler Now. I've straight to the point that yes, it's now okay to connect the former U. S president to a Nazi dictator. Somehow, I bet this controversial headline won't even garner a second glance by the staff who revolted this summer over an article titled Buildings Matter, too. Preston began, many people find it offensive to use the Holocaust as a yardstick. The political excesses of the last four years that culminated in the storming of Washington on January 6. They believe that to mention Donald Trump and Adolf Hitler in the same breath is Spike Lee did on Sunday in an award speech. Disrespects the millions of innocent victims and survivors diminishing the enormity. The Nazis crimes It's a son of Holocaust survivors and the grants and for murder Jews. I might be expected to agree, but I don't What a piece of you know what this guy is. You can only imagine his grandparent's And others in the family exterminated by the Nazis. It's too bad they can't speak for themselves instead. Instead. This guy does. Arrested attempted to compare the two and broad and highly inaccurate term such as the child migrants in cages Muslims banned from entering the U. S. These air lies Muslims weren't band. And Children and migrant cages. Of course that started those cages were built under Obama and Biden. I guess Obama's Hitler then right, Mr Ministry who would bite me? Eva Braun. I don't know. One of this guy's logic. His main source of comparison, comes mostly from the Capitol Hill attack on January 6. Not only did he claim Trump figuratively drove busloads of angry Americans to Washington this month and egged him on after they got their quote unquote. He also explicitly compared the data crystal knock. Absolutely different. Once again, the Capitol Hill attack was reprehensible. What it wasn't was a night of widespread slaughter and destruction targeting an oppressed minority. Any comparison of the two is disgusting, especially during a time when we're supposed to honor the 11 million lives lost during the Holocaust. Including six million European Jews..

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Though they had valid appointment confirmations. Katrina Lipinski, a 29 year old registered nurse practitioner who had volunteered with the company to administer vaccines. Told The Philadelphia Inquirer. She wasn't even asked for her credentials. Before she was allowed to administer the vaccine. She also said she saw people who were not authorized to get vaccinated. Receiving a dose back on January 16. On January 23rd, she said. Canceled appointments led to leftover vaccines. So, company staff told volunteers. They could invite their friends and family to come get vaccinated. She also said that she saw the owner direction take 10 doses off site. As one source reported. The night direction allegedly took the vaccine doses. A photo circulated around Snapchat of him, quote. Getting ready to administer an unspecified syringe off site. According to three sources who saw the image. Sources told the outlet independently that the image showed erosion quote. Wearing a suit as he held a syringe before a seated person in what appears to be someone's private residence. Erosion denied taking the vaccine. To Philadelphia magazine. Another volunteer. Told the source that'd erosion and other company executives bragged about getting rich. Former volunteer told the outlet. Wh why? Why? They weren't even bragging about how they were helping the community. They were bragging about how rich they were going to get Just 2.5 weeks after Philadelphia tapped Philly Fighting Cove in to run the mass clinic. The city cut ties with the group. So here's what's interesting. Over the last year. You get Fauci and all these people. Who found, she originally said you have the audio of Fauci saying there's no reason to wear a mask. Fauci. And these folks said Don't wear a mask A mask does more good than harm. And then in almost immediately he turned around and said, You gotta wear a mask. Right now in the United States. People should not be walking around with masks. You're sure of it? Because people are listening really closely to this right now. People should not be warned. There's no reason to be walking around with the mask. When you're in the middle of an outbreak. Wearing a mask might make people feel a little bit better, and it might even block of a droplet. But it's not providing the perfect protection that people think that it is. And often, there are unintended consequences. People keep fiddling with the mask, and they keep touching their face. And can you get some much sort of staying inside their horse? Of course. But when you think mask you should think of healthcare providers needing them. People who are ill. So Did he really not believe that masks? Work. His defenders have said that the reason he did that Is he didn't want you and me to go out and buy masks. So that there would be enough masks available. For health care workers. So You mean? If we're to believe that That means he lied to us. And presumably, he lied to us. To benefit Other people. And then he comes back later and says no. Wear the mask. But Were you lying then? Are you were lying now. Because you've already told me the mass doesn't do any good. Now, The New York Times. Is quoting Fauci and Sami's others. Saying You should wear two masks. So one mask. Is a bad idea. Now it's a great idea. Now it's two masks because one isn't enough. Maybe if we put enough masks We won't be able to breathe at all. And we'll die. And then they won't have to worry about us storming the Capitol. So The mask don't work. But now the masts are required. That's the only thing is going to save us all. So why is it that every time we see them? When the cameras were turned off. They keep taking the mask off. Why is it They lecture us to wear masks. So this is how these kids get hired to run a mass vaccine. People in a moment of fear have stopped using their brains. Southern pride, Southern Fried Michael, very show free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S. Department of.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on 600 WREC

"She's a good girl. Loves your mama. Does cheese. I'm gonna call this segment a mop up segments. Because there's two things I goofed on. Just got an email. Yeah. They said. Hey, You never told me what they did wrong. At the clinic in Philadelphia. You're right. She already knew the end of the story. I forgot that I didn't share it with you. Let me continue with the article. The lack of know how lead to disaster. It started last week. When one source reported that Filly Fighting Cove it That's a nonprofit organization. Religion on its commitment. Hosting coronavirus testing clinics. And some of Philadelphia's predominantly Latino and black neighborhoods. Syria, Rivera. Hold the outlet. That the group had canceled on her. Several times. But she still hoped That the last date they gave would be kept. People lined up to wait for tests. Yet 30 minutes before testing was supposed to start. Rivera received an email. From Philly Fighting Cove. It Their site manager said that since the city asked the company to set up a mass vaccination clinic this week. They couldn't continue testing. When she pleaded with them to reconsider since so many residents needed testing while also lacking health insurance. She received no response. Two days earlier. Direction, apparently announced on social media that it would no longer run its testing pop ups. Even though just weeks earlier He said he would be adding additional testing sites. Erosion allegedly gave no real notice. So the community's relying On the testing sites. Problems for Philly fighting covet on Lee went downhill from there. The company bungled it. Sign up form. Accidentally accepting more appointments than it could keep. Leading to dozens of seniors being turned away. Even though they had valid appointment confirmations. Katrina Lipinski, a 29 year old registered nurse practitioner who had volunteered with the company to administer vaccines. Told The Philadelphia Inquirer. She wasn't even asked for her credentials..

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Printers to make free face shields for hospital workers at the start of the pandemic. Summer, he and his friends were running their own pop up testing sites citywide. Then they wanted to get into the business of helping distribute vaccines. The problem is nobody on the executive team at this group, Philly Fighting Cove. It Had any sort of medical degree or public health degree or anything. Now Andre Doris and list himself on a resume. Hey, taught high school film class. He produced videos of people long boarding and practicing park, or he founded a nonprofit That consisted mostly of a heavy mean heavy Twitter account and a fundraiser with a $50,000 goal that only netted 684 bucks. But he did say under a door. Shin told the Today show that his lack of any medical training his lack of public health and epidemiology or vaccinations or anything allowed him to think a little differently to speed up the vaccination process. He said he wanted to set up a McDonald's like franchise and said the best practice for administering high numbers of vaccine doses should go out the window. The leaders of this group openly talked about the potential for profit. One former volunteers say. Says they were bragging about how rich they were going to get. Yeah, they group's executive said they were going to be millionaires because they were gonna build insurance providers for administering the vaccine doses that they were getting for free that that free Philly Fighting Cove it was getting for free Well. The city's partnership with the group began drawing scrutiny last week because it looks like Philly fighting covert had abruptly backed out of plans to host coronavirus testing clinics. In predominantly black and Latino neighborhoods and completely ghosted community leaders. They also had set up one center at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. One vaccination pod. And dozens of people who had lined up had to be turned away because the group had accidentally allowed too many people to actually sign up. A registered nurse who volunteered with the program called it a disaster of an operation Katrina. Lipinski told The Philadelphia Inquirer that she wasn't asked for her medical critic credentials before she began administering vaccine doses. Plenty of unused doses were left over after seniors were turned away on Saturday. Here's the key. Also, she says, she saw Andre Doris and put somewhere between 10 and 15 of those doses in his bag. And take them with him. When he left the vaccination site that night. I wonder if he was taken the doses and selling them to the highest bidders. Well, he did go to a party that night. We know because he was smart enough to put it on Snapchat, and it appeared to show him Getting ready to administer some type of a syringe, although we don't know if it's a dose or not to an individual in a private home, so At the very least, it looks bad. It looks like he was taking extra doses and then giving him out to his friends at these vaccination parties. The city announced Monday. That's no longer gonna work with Philly Fighting Cove it for any coronavirus testing or vaccine distribution. The decision to sever ties was made. Health officials became aware that the group had switched to a for profit status, and according to them, they had to go for profit because they wanted to upscale. They wanted to do more vaccination sites and testing sites, and they couldn't do that within in few without an infusion of some sort of cash. Philadelphia magazine, by the way, points to the fact that every member of Philly fighting Covitz executive team is white. In a city that's been struggling to vaccinate. It's substantial black population. 44% Black in in Philadelphia, but only 12% of vaccine doses have gone to black people in Philadelphia so far. So he's the bad luck. Bad luck. This guy appears he tried to pull one over on everybody. Well, coming up next Justin worship hosted the dad podcast joins us Why? Boredom is good for kids and free range Parenting will revisit. Harry and Shannon will continue in just a moment later. Mohammed has an update on some news. Some people who live in the foothills of L, a county or getting ready.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"I mean, he was twice convicted felony Robert. He also has been arrested for a Carjacking while he was in jail. He assaulted a prison guard and got jammed up for that. And then all of a sudden, you know, two days for Christmas. We're letting him out of jail, was dropping his bail. From 201 120,000, and he's out on the street and two weeks later. Kills this core dog Walker. I'm not familiar with the law. How it works this way, Ralph, But I mean, do this. The family of this poor man. Do you think they have any legal recourse? I mean, have we seen this yet have have families. Who have lost loved ones at the hands of these criminals. People like Krasner have let free have they have They lawyered up and gone. It Krasner over things like this. Um, I know that there's several discussions going on. I know that the officer Corporal O'Connor. Was, you know, gunned down by people prisoner What jail? His family was discussing such a wrongful death lawsuit. But, you know, I'm not aware of any that have been successful. You know, I've heard a lot of talk about that. I do wonder whether the dog Walker has occasion off. His family anyway, I wonder if that turns the tide. I know you're not a legal expert here on but maybe you can't speak to it. But I wonder if I'm wonderful. Ultimately, it's going to have to take that. Make a d a be brought to heel. A little bit would be more thoughtful about who they let out wondering that myself. I mean, how many of these tortillas Christy we have to do you know, before? Somebody. I mean, how many people have to die before somebody before the local media starts saying while this Larry crashing your guy, he sure lets a lot of violent people out of jail and always, you know, his office doesn't care about the public doesn't care about crime victims. I mean, he just is this to coddle criminals and do favors for them and As a result, we have a lot of violent people wandering the streets of Philadelphia, you know, creating mayhem s Oh, yeah, I'm wondering what it's going to take myself. Offset Brianna's that big trial dot net. Carlos Vega is he is a Democrat. But he's really the only meaningful rival that stepped forward to challenge Larry Krasner, the primaries really just around the corner. Um, e. That's coming fast are what are you hearing? Is that a That a legitimate run? I mean, I guess he has some ground support. The money is always of course, an issue. Two people know his name. Does he have time? Uh, yeah, it's been of, I think surprised by it. First of all, I think that the publisher the rollout over his campaign has been overwhelmingly Positive because you know people are so upset about what craft is doing. I understand. In a few weeks, Mr Vega was able to raise something like $120,000. And I know that you know he's picking up support on a lot of places. I mean, I think basically You know, it's a disaster here. We need help. So you know, Carlos looks pretty good to bay. I've never cheered harder for a Democrat. I'll tell you Hi. Hey, I used local media. I don't I must confess. I don't watch a lot of local television news anyway. Are they aware of them? Are they covering him? Is he were they I can't imagine local media is enamored with Krasner. Are they or are they? I don't I don't even know how they treat him anymore. To be honest, Well, we've got a bad situation in that little media pools like Philadelphia. You know that The Daily newspaper sets the tone and did. The Philadelphia Inquirer has been over backwards. As you know the Protect Larry Krasner, and, for instance, they wouldn't print any of Vegas critical remarks about Krasner. Regarding this dog Walker case, you know, and they just printed what Larry Krasner and whose spokesperson Jane Roe had to say to them goes into people, by the way that haven't talked to me. 18 months. They know you know they might get a tough question if I talk to them, so they had to their friends. It's inquired. So in the TV stations from what I've seen have not been overly critical of Craster at all. But I mean, With the primary came campaign on the horizon and, you know 499 dead Philadelphians last year. It's really the time for the news media to dig into this and start doing their job. Well, for instance. Last night. This this literally happened last night after a football game. I just happened to be watching CBS three. I know I wouldn't have ordinarily ever have been watching it. But CBS three was on I mean, I just I just stayed with it. And they opened with this lengthy, lengthy nothing of a story about how are states capitals were all you know. Being heavily guarded and watched for potential violence, ticking time bombs and what not even though nothing was happening. And once we got through 15 minutes of crickets and nothing really. They finally got to the lead story of a dead man, A dead dog Walker, who had been shot by this guy, and they showed the video And then, after they told that story they moved on and what they did not tell Is exactly what you've shared here and I think to myself As a news organization. How do you not share that component of the story? What a significant part of that story That is news. That is news. It's not even editorializing. It is news that that man was convicted felon that he was in prison. He was in police custody and was released by our district attorney like that matters and the people watching CBS three and I presume any other news station that reported that story. Philadelphians deserve to hear that. And if you're not going to tell that story than you're not a Philadelphia news organization Totally agree, and especially with a guy like crash carries you No way. No. His records. I mean, there's a string of People, dangerous criminals that he's let out of jail. My favorite was the two time killer that he went out of jail over a $25 unpaid traffic tickets and the feds had to go out and arrest it's got we arrest this guy. Yeah, There's a demonstrated history here. You've got a primary and a and then you've got a very vocal, very capable career. Prosecutor homicide prosecutor challenging Krasner and you know it's time to get the debate started. So yeah, I don't know what's going on there. I agree with you, Christos and political mediate. But thank God we've got, you know so well, you look you do the heavy lifting. I appreciate your saying so. I'm just so grateful. You do the real digging. We're just happy that you're able to make time for us, Ralph at big trial dot net, I if your Philadelphia and you want real, you know, digging, Ralph does it all the time big trial dot net. Well, thank you for your time, sir. As always, we'll have you back is the pleasure. Listen is Harrisburg in flames while we're talking? We're going to continue to monitor it right now. As I have it, I'm monitoring it Live. We've got 9 90 chopper live over the scene, and there's a guy having coffee. I can report now. But he, but he looks menacing. You're right. I said okay, we'll stay on it. I will on it for you. And for you. Thank you, Ralph. Thank me. It zig 19 telephone number. 6108 50 099 minutes, We figure look know. Traffic's coming up with Jon Butterworth. Quick break here until the very same night night of the answer and menacing.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Have you been surprised about this? As much as I have just seeing what they've lacked on Buffalo side. I mean, Josh Allen, as we talked about. You know, last hour has been okay. But he's like thrown some balls that it was like, sailed five yards past his receivers. I mean, some of those inaccuracy issues which we haven't talked about for quite some time seemed to be rearing their head a little bit tonight. I think in a wild wind storm in Buffalo in January, coming out of throwing the ball on like 98% of your plays is a bold, a bold strategy. Cotton And I think the bills now at the start of this half, they've run the ball on their first to play. Two of their first three plays now would have picked up a first down, so I think they're coming to realize that they need a little bit of balance. It occurred to me and Courtney. Maybe I'm crazy, but Brian Table their offensive coordinator, is the front runner, according to reports to be the head coach of the Los Angeles Chargers next year. And I'm wondering if he sees this game as like his last audition to get to coach Justin Herbert next year. And if some of that agenda leaks in just a little bit, too, Buffalo's game plan because considering the weather conditions, you're the Buffalo Bills like you're not. You don't play in a dome. You're not the greatest show on turf. I know you like your quarterback, but you don't come out and throw it on 23 of the 1st 26 plays with That's crazy to me. Yeah, and to start out the second half there, they at least tried to run the ball on their first two plays. Devon Singletary, who has become their number one back because of some injuries that they're dealing with had a nine yard run, and then he had A one yard loss. And then Josh Alan and a short pass, and then he was sacked for a six yard loss. So Buffalo Ravens tied 33 12 23 to go in the third quarter rule. Keep you updated. On that game throughout the remainder here of the divisional playoffs, But it's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk Wireless a very damning article on the demise and decline of Carson Wentz, written by Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McClain. You remember a couple weeks ago, he had a terrific blow by blow. Following the Eagles week, 17 lost Washington that was The game that ultimately in a lot of ways Aaron got Doug Peterson fired this past week. There's some news also coming out today that Peterson is not likely to take a coordinator roles, so we'll see if he ends up. Where he ends up in the NFL, if anywhere for the 2021 season, But this article by McLane that I read That encourage everybody to give a read too? Because it was. It was terrific. Lee. Well done. Terrific. Lee sourced going through the entire 2020 season about what happened with Carson Wentz, because you have somebody who was your first round pick you You gave up a ransom to get him. In 2016 and two where we're at all these years later, all these years after the four year $128 million contract extension to knowing this big question mark that we're dealing with it really goes into Behind the scenes. What was going on in the quarterback room on bears? There's one part of this that I want to read before we kind of jump into. You know the you know the finger pointing and all of that, because The question of did this franchise give too much power to quickly essentially giving the keys to the kingdom to somebody that in a way was an unproven asset. Sure, he played great in those early years. But this is a guy who seasons last three years of ended with injury, some of which, you know with cash in last year, but also with the knee injury and then getting the chance to kind of redeem himself from that He has not to this point, but One thing that really stood out to me is this section it says quote in the quarterback room. When his errors were pointed out, Whence would sometimes make a relevant excuses and press. Taylor, who was the passing game coordinator slash quarterbacks coach Wouldn't correct him. For instance, there would be a play where he didn't throw to an open receiver. The Reed was drawn up as designed. The coverage played out as expected, and he would be asked why he didn't pull the trigger. So then it came down to A litany of excuses, which this year it's the offensive line, which had 14 different 14 or 16 different combinations, which, if you ask anybody who was a coach in the NFL or anybody who knows football, it's never solely the offensive line's fault. It's quarterbacks who don't have timing down in their head who hold onto the ball too long. All those things factor into it, but I feel like for a while, and this is from people that I've heard this from around the league would be the coach of the Eagles and are now elsewhere. Or just know what that situation is like in that quarterback room. Whence has been somebody who has been insulated, but somebody who was also been protected in a way. From any sort of criticism. That's why they when the whole thing happened when they draft Jalen hurts in April of last year. As an insurance policy for somebody who has not been able to stay healthy. That didn't sit so well with him. Baby was put on this pedestal and told that, you know, and told that he has done nothing wrong. Even though really, and truly has not won anything on his own yet. And I think that that really rubbed him the wrong way and cause kind of this friction that certainly to this point boiled over to where somebody doesn't have a job anymore, And we're questioning whether he's going to ever be able to return back to form. Yeah, I was stunned that the Eagles fired Peterson and parted ways. I mean, just three years after he did something that a lot of people in Philadelphia, Courtney thought was impossible, which was to win the Super Bowl there. And then you come to realize that this was a failure in a relationship between a coach and a quarterback, and to be good on offense in this league. If you haven't offensive head coach, you have to have that relationship right? Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes. For years, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. It's not just about the coach and the quarterback individually, it's about their relationship come to find out in this article in The Philadelphia Inquirer..

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And when they finally announced that we it was too good to be true. From the day he walked in to San Francisco. We've read his comments about how you wanted to come home he wanted to play in the same city is his dad and his and his godfather. And and it's just worry raised. There was not one I owed up Bs in that comment That was his true as he was absolutely honest is possibly as you could possibly be. That's the only place you wanted to play. And is entire tenure here. There were times when you know he may be wasn't Altogether happy with the people that surround him. He wanted more talent there, and I think most great athletes would would share the same sentiment. But you didn't really ever hear about it. And you know it was, but he was just a diva, but he wanted to be there. He wanted me to know Place house, and he never even thought about going anyplace, even in his last contract negotiation. Yeah, he got by the way he could have kept playing too. After all seven, you know, I mean, that that's a whole nother topic for why why nobody signed him after that, But, yeah, I guess he would count but again to the point he didn't kick and fuss for the trade. Ken Griffey Jr. He wasn't really he deserves. It was looking for superstars that moved the needle. You know, Some people mentioned a bit aloof, but you know, he still was. Was a good guy and a great teammate. And you know, he didn't make waves. He just didn't I mean, I sort it. It's just so rare in baseball, that anybody would do that. You know, I thought that when the Giants got Deon Sanders, I thought that was gonna be a guy that could possibly be a diva. That he was just he was awesome Teammate and he was quiet. He wasn't brash and and screaming and pushing him and promoting himself in the clubhouse. His good teammate. He was just discovered very often. I cover the 40 Niners that very same year and he was actually good on the Niners to believe it or not, you know he was, You know, it's funny. He's just flashing on the field. Did you ever play with a guy who went public and said play me or trade me? You know one of those guys trade? My No. Yeah, Not that I could remember. I mean, really. Did you ever want to go to the press and say, trade? My trade me. You know, one guy who Mike Veil did it to make Mike Bill you know, he wanted to you wanted to play wasn't happy with us playing. Um I play with a couple guys that said, bench me or trade me. I mean, imagine that That's true. But I'm sorry. Your other question. Just did you do Did you ever want to do it? Like if you ever get hot right with the situation? Be like you know what shit my butt out of here. No, no, Never not in any city. But look, I was really, really fortunate. I played in three great organizations. Three gate. Great cities. It was it was hard in in Chicago. You know, I It was hard because After Mr Mrs Ridley died, and Bill Wrigley inherited the club. Um There was a big They had money problems, and they started taking out the organization in 1981. We were the worst team in baseball had it not been for 51 days of the strike, and 81. We probably wouldn't last 220 games and I'm not exaggerating. And that was really hard. Um, but never did. I always felt that I was gonna be there forever. And when I got traded after the 81 season To Philadelphia. Um Which is a great city in a great place to play it. I loved every minute of it. I thought I was gonna be there forever. Fact it's funny in 82 after the season, they had a good year, They said there were four untouchables on the team and The Philadelphia Inquirer. Mike Schmidt, Yvonne DeJesus, Steve Carlton and me, All right. I'm not thought that is the coolest thing ever. The next day I get traded man. Oh, man. Oh, man. Well, going back to San Francisco. So I mean, I'm you know, kid from California, and now it could be part of the The rivalry, and I love the city had a lot of friends there in Francisco that I had gone to Cal Poly with. They were from running California. So it was. You know, I was pretty lucky I and I never, ever wanted to leave San Francisco and, you know, thankfully, have always been able to stay. Hey, I just found one last note. I should have probably mentioned earlier in the conversation here is winding down, but John Marosi reported yesterday. This kind of slipped my radar until now, because I guess the hardened trade and other political affairs going on in the world. But you know who, According to John Rocha, the Giants are expressing interest. Preliminary interest in you ready? Mike 37 year old Cole Hamels, Cole. Hamels, one of the great arms of his time. He's now 37 only made one start for the Braves last year Limited by left triceps, tendinitis and shoulder fatigue, but in 2019 141 innings 143 K's and a 381 A Plus just, you know the veteran presence of a Cole Hamels. So, um, well, let me tell you about the veteran presence E mean Every is going to respect the guy when he walks in there, But if you're not making contribution on the field And you, you slip into the cheerleader status. You know, you're gonna lose presence very quickly. And so I had. That's an interesting um That's an interesting topic simply because you know he doesn't have to have great stuff to beat you. He knows how to pitch. He's got a great change up, which in some guys, especially left dinners can last a long time. If we're going to play 162 game schedule, I don't think you could actually figure on him more than 150 innings. If you could give that to you, I think you'd be worth the deal. But he'd have to come in a discount. And I don't think you could actually, you know, anticipate that he's gonna be as good as he ever. Woz. You know if he could just input, But now look, you go for five innings, your hero and I think that he could possibly do that. Now That's a case Bring him on because he is a great guy. And it is interesting like this whole thing about every starter they have right now is right handed. And the theory is that they are you Do you think that matters? I don't think it's an issue. I really don't know if you've got a good change up and you understand to two types of fastball, and you've got movement that runs away from a lefty with your fastball, and you've got a good change if you know anybody out, so I never really bought into it. It's just a matter of guys that know how to get left handers out he would throw from the right side. And I think you have a couple of those guys in that rotation. Um, you know, Cueto and Um, who's the rotation now? I'm a black man. Very fun. That's all I could think of. I forgot him. Cueto, Gossman Dese Cliff Fanny Gausman's his changeup. He neutralizes anybody. You know, I don't know enough about you school money yet. You know, it's just what he's gonna bring. I want to see it, but I, you know I don't think that it's an issue. So if you do get if you do bring a lefty, and I know they're looking, and it is somebody like a Cole Hamels, you know he would be Ah, good ad, but I just don't think it's stopped priority. I really don't He signed it. He signed for 18 million with the brave So I wonder what he'd ask the Giants for That's a That's a tremendous obvious period of that. Yeah, at this point coming off, you know you're that old and you've got a new injury where you didn't pitch it all last year. You pregnant. Take a third of that. Whole Hamels anyway, just kick it around Fun stuff to chew on over the weekend. Mike enjoy the NFL playoffs this weekend. And who knows what blockbuster trade will come our way by next Tuesday, so Good baseball chat. Have a great weekend talk next week. Mike Mike Rico, starting off the power are strong with a wide ranging chat. There. You are listening to the can be our morning show in can be or it can be. RFM, San Francisco, these sports leader. All you good. You ready to dive in?.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"W M. A l Where Washington comes to talk. Now. I ran out of time on Richard there, buddy through a few things out, he said. We rallied his son like he said he was he went to the rally and went back because we're told the election was stolen and And it's true and President Trump and many others have been talking about the election being stolen on die for I speak for myself and pretty much no one else. I've actually taken a certain amount of grief over the last couple of months now. For what I had said about this, which is you can you can sing, and we have more than 1000 affidavits from my witnesses who say that they saw people camping with our election. I think those people need to be taken seriously and I've taken them seriously. There's been testimony on Capitol Hill before Senator Ron Johnson's committee. And those people around the record on camera, laying out what they saw. And all the while what Aeneas and and Richard said, and nobody's. Nobody's been charged. Nobody's been. It's a little premature for that. But certainly does my my hope. And I was hoping that the Senate would remain in control of the Republicans so that it would be looked into exhaustively. I don't see anybody. Journalism is not gonna in The New York Times is not deciding and team to look into vote front. The Philadelphia Inquirer is not assigning a team to look into vote from CNN certainly isn't And now if Schumer is the majority leader in the Senate, the leader of the Senate, then they're not going to look into it. Nancy Pelosi in the House, They're not gonna look into it, and they're going to put a Biden guy in the Justice Department. They're not going to look into it. So this is the reality of the world We live in now. Um Richard said something about talk radio. Again. I don't speak for all of talk. Ready. Only speak for myself. I have said all along that you know you make the claims you you bring up the evidence, you bring it out. And then you make your case and there isn't time. As Richard said, For all of that between then and now, then an inauguration day. That's probably true. That's probably true. There's enough time the rate at which things Progress, sir. Don't progress in in Washington. I wouldn't be at all surprised. Now again, Speaking for myself, I've gone with the ground truth and my my take on the truth throughout this entire process. And um and I haven't come out every day and said the election was stolen the election store. I've said there is a lot of evidence, and there are people testifying that there was tampering in Philadelphia in Las Vegas in in Atlanta, Georgia and Milwaukee in Detroit, citing facts and people Testifying to those facts firsthand, Not not, you know, stuff they read on the Internet, but real but real things. So that's been my approach this and and am I hopeful that vote fraud is going to be examined closely. I am not Optimistic that vote fraud in the 2020 election is going to be investigated. Democrats are hell bent on not investigating. You know the people that brought you years of Russian collusion. Hell bent on not on one of the things that I've said Is that what we may be discovering this year and what we discovered in 2020 in the 2020 election? No longer this year, um, is what is normal. On presidential Election Day in Philadelphia and then Milwaukee and in Atlanta. Maybe this is how they do it every four years or every two years, or every time they have an election, for that matter on maybe that's what we're learning. Is that the run of the mill Corruption is just that run of the mill levels of corruption that the Democrats have for years thought is perfectly acceptable again. I grew up in Chicago, where Democrats, family members bragged about signing up tombstones and then making sure that the dead showed up to vote on election day. And it was all big Ho ho ho. Big, funny stuff. Going back generations in Chicago. Now, what if we discovered I'm not 100% sure to tell you the truth. I know that there was a camp ring. I know that there was at least I'm convinced that there was illegal activity in in Philadelphia in Pennsylvania, possibly in Pittsburgh. Looks like it in Atlanta, Georgia. Um, now the fact that people haven't been charged and convicted that at this point is not really the responsibility or the fault of talk radio myself or anyone else on talk ready, So I'll go ahead and say that and I know some have been more all in with. With E. I mean with the election was stolen. I haven't seen enough proof. There's a crazy old fashioned habit I have and you say I'm not an investigative journalist. I'm much more investigative journalist. First of all, that is my background, not investigative journalism, necessarily. But everything is supposed to be investigated. If you're a journalist, and that's the way I did my job when I did that as a as a job. No. I've got to say my journalistic standards are much higher than Chuck Todd's much much higher They're much higher than CNN's journalistic standards so much higher than the Washington Post journalist journalistic standards on I'm very scrupulous to hew to the facts. And not fall for the conspiracy theories and hyperbole on you may have noticed if you listen to the show over time that I don't do that. Go with facts and the facts will lead us where they may. And when we get there, we will have been guided there by the fact. So that's about it. Like you do now. The plane being shot down by the Russians in Ukraine that was kind of out of left field so late that I prefer the disappearance of the plane over the Indian Ocean, which don lemon at CNN. Said, might have been a black hole that came down and scooped up that airliner on by then went back and outer space with one airliner like it's a twilight zone episode. So Listen, Richard. I mean, I understand your frustration. I genuinely do. But I do the damn this shop that is really humanly possible. I think every day wouldn't you say Michael at remaining scrupulous and sticking to the facts? On and on, honestly doing better journalism, more honest and serious journal, which is what journalism is supposed to be than any famous journalist. You can name out there because the more famous you are is a journalist. The more corrupt you are. That's the That's the nature of the industry of the of the business at this point Uh, so so let me say that there's also I I should mention I well, let me get to it when I get to it, but the Let's go back to the horned A rioter. You know the guy with the fur hat and the horns on his head. Turns out he's a wannabe actor like Hollywood actor and he's a famous are well known in Q A non Cuban on circles..

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Two men charged with gun offenses near Philadelphia vote counting center

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Two men charged with gun offenses near Philadelphia vote counting center

"Philadelphia police say two armed Trump supporters from Chesapeake Virginia, were arrested last night for the Pennsylvania Convention Center. That's where the vote is being counted, Investigators say. Antonio Paredes LaMotta and Joshua Mascius had handguns and an A R 15 rifle each are charged with carrying a firearm on public streets of first degree misdemeanor and with having a concealed firearm without a license. A third degree felony, Philadelphia District attorney Lawrence crashed. There are several different criminal offenses, both felony and misdemeanor that exist under the Pennsylvania. Election code. We are looking closely at them in light of the evidence that we have at this time. Both are reportedly being held without bond. The prosecutor says there are calls the incident alarming. The prosecutor calls the incident alarming, as we say, and says an investigation is still underway. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. The men's SUV had stickers supporting the Q and a on conspiracy theory.

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Philadelphia victim's family sought ambulance for mental health crisis, not police

Pacifica Evening News

03:31 min | 2 years ago

Philadelphia victim's family sought ambulance for mental health crisis, not police

"An African American man killed when Philadelphia police officers fired a dozen rounds in a shooting caught on video. Had called for an ambulance to get him help with the mental health crisis, not for police intervention. The lawyer, Shaka Johnson, told reporters that additionally, Walter Wallace, his wife is pregnant and is scheduled to have labor induced in coming days. The lawyer spoke from the steps of the family home. Wallace's father planned a statement later today. Philadelphia officials anticipated a second night of unrest tonight and the Pennsylvania National Guard spokesperson told the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper that several 100 guards, men and women were expected to arrive in the city. Within 24 to 48 hours, the chief police inspector Franklin Ori, said earlier at a news conference. The police had received a call yesterday about a man's screaming and then he was armed with a knife. The two officers each fired at least seven rounds at least 14 total shots, but could not say how many times Wallace was 27 years old was struck. Wallace's father, Walter Wallace, senior earlier told the Philadelphia Inquirer that his son was on medication and struggled with his mental health. Why didn't they use the Taser? He asked. Wallace was shot before 4 P.m. yesterday in an episode filled by film to buy a bystander and posted on social media. Witnesses complained that police fired excessive shots. Oh, Police arrested at least 91 people during protests last night, with three people sided for failing to disperse and about a dozen charged with assault on an officer. Police had previously said 30 police officers were injured in the unrest. Most of them hit with thrown object little hospitalized today with a broken leg after being run over by a pickup truck. Officials with the Fraternal Order of Police. The union representing the officers in Philadelphia, said the officer. Injuries were unacceptable, called for public patients as the investigation into the shooting continued. Officers said they found Wallace holding a knife and ordered him to drop the weapons several times. Police said Wallace advance toward the officers who fired several times. In the video, A woman and at least one man follow Wallace trying to get him to listen to officers as he briskly walks across the street in between cars. The woman identified by family members as well as his mother screams and throws something at an officer. After her son is shot and falls to the ground. The video does not make it clear whether he was in fact holding a knife. Witnesses said he Waas he was hit in the shoulder and chest and taken to hospital and later Hundreds in protests that went into the early hours of the morning with interactions between protesters and police turning violent at times video showed many yelling of officers. And crying.

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Activists On How To Sustain Movement Against Police Brutality

The Takeaway

08:04 min | 2 years ago

Activists On How To Sustain Movement Against Police Brutality

"Cove in 19 crisis has not just been a health crisis. It's been an economic crisis to and as economic crises arise, so it is unemployment and homelessness. In the years following the 2008 economic collapse, major cities saw a dramatic rise in the number of people experiencing homelessness. And now amid the Koven 19 pandemic, we're seeing a rising rate of addictions, according to the eviction lab in 17 cities that they tracked there have been more than 53,000 eviction since the pandemic began. Results, not just homeless men on the street, but Children living in shelters, families living in their cars and Wal Mart parking lots. People crowding into friends or relatives shared rooms this period of time since the Koven 19 pandemic hasn't just exacerbated the problem. It's also Given rise to a kind of grassroots activism against it. Earlier this year amid the national uprisings for racial justice against police brutality, anti homelessness activists have been playing an increasingly public role. In cities like Minneapolis in Philadelphia, activists have established homeless encampments and protected them from law enforcement sweeps that displaced the camps. I'm joined now by Will James, reporter with Can k X public radio in Washington and host of the Outsiders podcast about homelessness in Olympia. Great to have you here? Well, yeah. Hey, Matt, thanks and were also on the line with Anna or so a reporter with the Philadelphia Inquirer who has been reporting on a homeless encampment slash protest in center city, Philadelphia. Anna. Thanks for joining us. Hey, thanks for having me your welcome. So, guys, let's start with you. Will you've been following the homes this crisis throughout the West Coast? Can you just give us a picture to start of what This crisis looked like before the pandemic. It Yeah. So, you know, just take Washington State, for example. You know, we have an estimated 21,000 people who are homeless in Washington state. And on the West Coast. What kind of distinguishes the West Coast from the East Coast when it comes to homeless is thie proportion of people who are homeless who are living outside who are unsheltered who are living in tents in the woods and on the sides of highways? By some accounts, you know all the numbers and homelessness are a little bit shaky, very hard to get a solid number on them. But as many as two thirds of people who are unsheltered and homeless in the United States live in California, Oregon and Washington, so homelessness has been very visible crisis impossible to ignore in the West Coast, vast encampments of people living in city downtown's and in parks and before a coven 19 homelessness was the front and center issue. In so many West Coast cities. He was getting a lot of attention. There was a ton of advocacy it was, you know, in every City Council meeting every county council meeting now homelessness is one of many emergencies that states and cities and counties they're dealing with. And so We're seeing advocates fighting for attention for this issue in a way that that really hasn't been necessary in past years. How are they fighting for attention House out? What does that look like? It looks like kind of trying to use the media show up at City Council meetings and government meetings and just kind of reminding people in power that Even though there are so many crises that we're dealing with right now, this homelessness emergency hasn't gone away. In fact, much of the West Coast, many of the cities on the West Coast were in an official state of emergency around homelessness before this began, and so cove in 19 is actually you know, a state of emergency on top of a state of emergency in many of these cities. Well, Ana tell us what's going on in Philly. There have been a couple of homeless encampments around for months. But they apparently double is protest movements. Right? Can you explain a bit about what these look like? And what they're like? Yeah, you know, for Philadelphia. It's sort of a new and unique structure. We have had encampments of homeless folks for several years now that I have grown in size and in prominence, and the city has, you know, swept them cleared them out, and then people scatter and eventually re gather somewhere else. Now in the past couple of years, they've really been concentrated in the city's Kensington neighborhood. Which is a couple of miles away from center city, and from where you know, media and politicians sort of do their everyday work. Now the largest encampment of homeless folks, which was organized in June by affordable housing advocates, is on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, which is a very prominent space sort of in the middle of the city. It's where the famous art museum is located. It's surrounded by luxury condos. And it's really in a place that is impossible to ignore. And so we now have this interesting confluence of the racial justice movement mixed with the movement for affordable housing for people living in homelessness. And so it's presenting the city with this really new and interesting challenge because they just can't handle This encampment like they have others in the past. Are they making a connection between racial justice, the black lives matter, Movements and homeless activism. Are they making a connection there? Very much so thie Encampment was established two weeks into You know the racial justice protests here in Philadelphia, and it was immediately tied to black lives matter. The activists connect the criminal justice system and policing systems. With poverty and homelessness. There are a lot of black men and women who are living in this homeless encampment who have been in and out of the sister criminal justice system almost all of their lives and The organizers of this encampment are saying, Look, this is all connected. If we reform our policing systems to stop just proportionately impacting black people in Philadelphia, we can make a you know a real change in what poverty and homelessness looks like in this city if we can get people into housing, rather than putting them in temporary shelters or sending them back out onto the streets where, whereas the activists say Homelessness could be criminalized in a variety of ways. Whether that's folks being charged for substance used public drunk in this, the like these systems really are sort of inextricably linked. And how is the city handling this? Are they allowing this homeless encampment to just stay in the center of town? I understand is also a a second one near the Philadelphia Housing Authority's office. I imagine these folks can't stay living there and intense and whatnot for then, you know, indefinitely. Yeah. You know, it's been interesting. The city has given several eviction notices A TTE this point for both encampments. You're right. There is a smaller encampment in north Philadelphia outside. The Housing Authority, which runs public housing in the city. But so far the people living there, and the activists running these encampments have resisted thes eviction notices in a variety of ways. A couple months ago, there was a federal lawsuit filed on behalf of the encampment. Residents, claiming their first Amendment right to protest was was being violated. And several weeks ago, the city put out a final eviction notice and Went, outreach workers and police showed up early one morning. At seven o'clock. There were dozens of activists who had gathered to defend the camps with sticks, boogie boards, makeshift shields, and it just was very clear that That a sweep of the encampment was going to be really ugly on DH. There was a ton of media there Tio to capture what occur so outreach workers and police sort of stepped back and No eviction has taken place yet. You know the city and the activists are are still sort of negotiating. Will

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‘Bad things happen in Philadelphia,’ Trump says at debate, renewing false claim about poll watchers

Consider This from NPR

01:16 min | 2 years ago

‘Bad things happen in Philadelphia,’ Trump says at debate, renewing false claim about poll watchers

"As you know today, there was a big problem in Philadelphia. They went into watch call poll-watchers a very safer nice thing they were thrown out. They weren't allowed to watch. You know why? Because bad things happen in Philadelphia bad th the president appeared to be talking about a report from Philadelphia where a woman claiming to be a trump campaign poll worker was turned away. But not from a polling place, there are no actual polling places open in the city right now. She was turned away from a satellite elections office set up by the city created as a new form of early voting where voters can pick up and drop off mail in ballots. poll-watchers appointed by the campaign are allowed at Poles but not at offices like that one which had limited staff to allow for social distancing. And as the Philadelphia Inquirer reported, the trump campaign does not have any poll-watchers approved to work in Philadelphia. At the moment, we need every able bodied man woman to join army for trump's election security operation at defend your ballot dot com there no data to support the president's claims about potential widespread voter fraud. But the Republican Party says they're enlisting fifty thousand people to be poll watchers in order to protect against

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English town mourns victims of suspected terror attack

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

English town mourns victims of suspected terror attack

"The US ambassador to Britain has confirmed an American man is among the three victims stabbed to death in a park in the English town of reading is being treated as a terror attack woody Johnson has offered his deepest condolences to the families of those killed in the attack on June twenty a twenty five year old man who is believed to be the lone attacker is in custody but officials say the motive for the con H. is unclear the Philadelphia Inquirer his name to the American victim as Joe Richie Bennett a friend of James furlong a history teacher named by his school as one of the victims Richard Bennett who moved to England from the US around fifteen years ago his father Robert Ritchie says his son worked for a law firm in London before moving to reading Charles Taylor this month London

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English town mourns victims of suspected terror attack

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

English town mourns victims of suspected terror attack

"The US ambassador to Britain has confirmed an American man is among the three victims stabbed to death in a park in the English town of reading is being treated as a terror attack woody Johnson has offered his deepest condolences to the families of those killed in the attack on June twenty a twenty five year old man who is believed to be the lone attacker is in custody but officials say the motive for the con H. is unclear the Philadelphia Inquirer his name to the American victim as Joe Richie Bennett a friend of James furlong a history teacher named by his school as one of the victims Richard Bennett who moved to England from the US around fifteen years ago his father Robert Ritchie says his son worked for a law firm in London before moving to reading Charles Taylor this month London

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Philadelphia editor resigns over 'Buildings Matter' headline

BBC World Service

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Philadelphia editor resigns over 'Buildings Matter' headline

"The top editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer has resigned after publishing a headline which we could equated property damage to the deaths of black people stand wish no skate had apologized for what he described as his horribly wrong decision to use the headline buildings matter too on an article about the civil unrest the headline prompted public condemnation from many of the newspapers stuff

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Philadelphia Inquirer Journalists Call In ‘Sick And Tired Of Not Being Heard’ After Newspaper Publishes ‘Buildings Matter, Too’ Headline

Chris Plante

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Philadelphia Inquirer Journalists Call In ‘Sick And Tired Of Not Being Heard’ After Newspaper Publishes ‘Buildings Matter, Too’ Headline

"Journalists at The Philadelphia Inquirer protest a decision to give an opinion piece about damage suffered by city buildings during protests the headline of was buildings better too yes they are very very upset the newspaper

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