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Antonio Brown, released by Raiders, reportedly signs with Patriots

Football Sunday

09:29 min | 10 months ago

Antonio Brown, released by Raiders, reportedly signs with Patriots

"The hundredth year of the anniversary of the NFL is this Antonio pound saga well I mean it's it's insane it's crazy and you know everything that played out it's almost the case where listen you know I get to the point we'll get to the patriot idea of it the raiders were left with no choice now they were left with no choice and you could even make the argument and before he went on Instagram early on Saturday morning and basically said release me after the you know two hundred plus thousand dollar fine which made his money not guaranteed here moving forward in that Oakland Raiders deal that they re worked after they acquired him from the Pittsburgh Steelers David that even before that when he say what he said you know with racial undertones to Mike may I could practice in in that once you do that you overstep your bounds as a player win in terms of you know not understanding the leadership of mac is general manager that he should be gone then but then you had after that you know the teary eyed apology that he had to the team right thirty million dollars correctly right there's no doubt about it and then he gets hit with a fine once again we're grew to make the announcement before that that he'll be playing right and they'll be suiting up and playing against the Denver Broncos then you get the fine once again then he goes crazy on Saturday morning on Instagram selling the raiders to release some and they end up really so it was a very interesting forty eight hours for the Oakland Raiders to say the least and you know first and foremost the one thing that you and. so when it comes to the NFL and when it comes to the owners the head coach and the GM the one thing that they're always looking for with leverages is how to take away your money and he came from that complete leverage I've also heard fancy well you can't you can't find star players they don't get fined they get fined each and every week if their wait for meeting if they mistreatment well I still watch go berserk it's just not something that the team put out to the media it's something that's handled in house right so if people think that star players don't get fined that's a ridiculous statement because it happens each and every week out of the NFL season and when you look at the structure of everything that happened on in experience GM if you don't think Jon Gruden knew exactly what was going on and was there a point good cop bad cop I don't know what you're thinking about Jon Gruden has to do that for the face of being the head coach because he doesn't want the blurred lines of the GM and head coach but he was a hundred percent on board with what Mike may I was doing that's why he hired him so that he basically can control the entire situation I grew the David but here's the point I have is the one I get rid of them initially you know after he gets into the altercation with may Oct the verbal one people say downplay whether how physical just was but just when you have that go down a practice and you have Antonio brown screaming what he did when I repeat it Mike mac on the practice field why not just get rid of a man don't you at that point when you decide to bring him back are you sending the wrong message to the rest of the guys on that team because you know a cures everything vitamin W. winning that's what cures everything and when you look at him with that hundred million dollar contract this team going on the road to play a division rival in Denver they're a better football team with him out on the field that being said what else is the big thing that they're looking at they're looking at next year moving to Las Vegas and having a big splash to bring that fan base and to bring a drawing crowds to the Los Vegas readers to you look at the overall landscape of things. Jon Gruden gave him as many opportunities as possible because let's face it that's what had photo gallery supreme GM's and owners to win Taylor puts production out on the field right now and they were left with no other choice and then the conspiracy theorists are that brown and drew Rosenhaus right his agent Bailey forced their way out of Oakland left them with no choice to do this and then he ends up with the New England Patriots Rosen house in the pats Abella check of a very good relationship he signs up there joins the litany of guys who've had trouble careers before going to notice anyone that's according to the in areas Tom price range of all fourth fifth. that's exactly I Randy moss Corey Dillon guys that had issues with other organizations went to New England I basically bought it and now it's a one year deal ten million guaranteed five million in incentives we can earn fifteen million dollars he's not could be playing against the Steelers later on tonight as the patriots and Steelers do battle but you will look at the very fact of now he ends up with the patriots and now you look at this patriot team with adult men brown and Gordon yeah I know no grown cow ski but you look at it and for Antonio brown everything that transpired in Oakland I would probably bet anything that none of that will transpire up in New England no because there's veteran leadership in the locker room you think about the last chance he's got without a doubt if you think about things that took place in our locker room when you have a Michael street him when you have an Antonio Pierce we have myself Chris me and other guys that our leaders that we don't let the stuff take place in the locker room and go out into the public figure who's gonna stop anything he did in Oakland there's not a single player on there that has a resume like him that could put him in his place now go into New England it is a completely different story because they've won without him and they don't need him to win but let me ask you this question now I mean sometimes guys just go author yeah I mean go off the tracks yeah know he's definitely offer the tried your office right there's no doubt about it but I my point being is that you know I don't know if even that was great veteran leadership on Oakland if they were gonna pull a massage I mean nobody could do no I don't know what what's even if there was to prevent exactly what transpired and what happened and how hay wire it got whether it be the feet the helmet how they support him through all of that and then the very fact of he they handed him down you know basically a fifty thousand dollar fine he goes haywire has the apology then after screaming at back then he gets find out once again they're going after his money and rightfully so pure the Oakland Raiders because what would lead you to believe the behavior is going to change but I'll tell you it doesn't get a say I don't get a sense even if that veteran leadership was there in Oakland that that also was going to. change with the way that he acted out there in Oakland not it's not a winning program like you love Pittsburgh yeah and the way that we love Pittsburgh and you didn't hear about all this nonsense I'm sure was all gone behind the house down in my home when was a cover up of the Steelers recovered as team week seventeen when the plane for the playoffs no doubt about it but I would say this is that the Steelers were smile and and the very fact is is that they don't have to deal with the headache and then all of a sudden the headache bloomed out an open window and I heard everything that tree outside with Antonio brown and and it's all sort of go along with that you know the one thing that you always said as an NFL player that was like to joke around the NFL players go to the raiders to die that's where their career ends and obviously with him you knew that he didn't want to be a part of training camp hence the whole helmet situation the whole foot thing the footings wanting them with the helmet you weren't even practicing anyway so it's not just to disappear from practice well you're doing the standard to ride the bike or doing whatever for your feet at that time that's once again him believing that he is more important and has a different set of standards than the rest of the football team so there wasn't a player nor do I think Oakland could have ever done that now he falls into a situation where it's going to the New England Patriots and like I said it's completely different because they won without you and they can win without you so the standard that the put on it and the patriot way is do nothing outside yourself to cause controversy for this lock permit do bulletin board material we just talked about the examples that worked brand I think they're different points in their career but look how bad it was for channel chill Cinco because it showed that he was in a dynamic player he was the Purcell St precise route runner and he couldn't pick up with the language and we're Tom Brady wants you to be everybody knows that Tom Brady is a quarterback he demands you to do things to perfection and if you don't break your route off the ten yards and break it off at night you're not going to be on the football field that's the difference were Antonio brown is different the channel two signal and fits more into the mold of like Randy moss because they work that well it of players are more. technicians that nowadays is just to biting by the rules and just make sure you stay clear of all this yeah and I think he will be is I'll be ours you David if he blows up in New England we'll be all rights will be god and not just that I don't know how many teams that will be clamoring to bring a man at the kind of money that he's looking to make music Tony brown does want to sign a one year deal worth two million dollars he's looking for the kind of contract that he got in essence in a performance based contracts but he is getting ten million dollars guaranteed you want to do the re work from the Steelers the Oakland Raiders it did now we lost a lot of money yeah terms of Garin a lot on it a lot of money but he has the opportunity to make it back and if he is able to change the discourse the conversation around him and have a great year and buy into that patriot system and he minds is pleasing cues and there are no way should be as you know this he is going to be under the magnifying glass and they're gonna be people Diggin it see what's going on behind the scenes if he's able turn all that around then everything will be fine for Antonio brown then okay contract next no doubt about it but if he doesn't I don't know how many teams will be clamoring to bring and then all of the thirty two year old receiver this is his last opportunity let's face it if you go to New England and you box this for them taking the chance on you as a player and you go back to what you just did in Oakland and back to all the things that you did in Pittsburgh yeah that talent won't outweigh the cancer that you'll be in that locker room and the headache that the coaches and GM selected deal with so this is really his last opportunity with bill Belichick because I truly feel this organization of bill Belichick are the only ones that can

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Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker to oversee Mueller probe

Morning Edition

03:49 min | 1 year ago

Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker to oversee Mueller probe

"Former US attorney from Iowa and the George W Bush administration. So he does have DOJ experience by Democrats in particular are quite concerned about whether he's tipped his hand as to how he feels about this mother probe carry I wanna take a moment to hear your thoughts about Jeff Sessions. The departing attorney general departed attorney general who you covered for for a couple of years. This is a guy. I know who was scorned by many Trump supporters for not seeming supportive of Naf of his president which wasn't his job. A bit. Also scorned by people on the left because of the immigration and other policies that he backed what are his friends and supporters saying of his two years as attorney general a lot of support statements supportive statements overnight, Steve from sessions, former colleagues in the Senate where Jeff Sessions surfer twenty years, they say he had a forty year dedicated record of public service. He did a lot at crack down on immigration and asylum, which is one of Donald Trump's top priorities in his heart was in the right place. He wanted to do the right thing. That's why he recused himself from the Russia probe which put him in the president's ill Grace's to begin with Gary. Thanks so much. Really? Appreciate it. My pleasure. That's NPR Justice. Correspondent Carrie Johnson. Okay. The firing of sessions is one of several rapid fire. Moves by the president. That's right. I e held a news conference yesterday afternoon where he expressed bitter satisfaction at the defeat of many House Republicans he said that some of them lost after failing to embrace him. He said that the lesson. He learned from the election was quote, people like me, then after that the White House revoked the credentials of a CNN reporter, and in the midst of all of this. Of course, the White House is up against a changed political landscape because Republicans lost the house and elections at many other levels on Tuesday. NPR's Scott Horsely covers the White House and is with us. Hey there Scott good morning. Steve led me, I ask about the change at the department of Justice Whittaker's attempt, these the acting attorney general how easy is it. Going to be for the president to have a replacement confirmed by the Senate, well, certainly the president's fellow Republicans had encouraged him not to make any changes at the Justice department before the midterm election, but he may feel. Freer now to make changes with that election behind him. As a result of the polling on Tuesday. The president now has a larger friendly GOP majority in the Senate, and that's the team that would be responsible for confirming any replacement Mitch McConnell. The Senate GOP leader was asked yesterday about the confirmation process. This was before we knew that sessions was on his way out, and he said that how controversial that processes would depend on who the president chooses for any for any new post. We have seen some lip service paid by Republicans. And and senators elect Republicans in the Senate and senators elect to say that the Muller probe must be protected on the house where there will be a new democratic majority. They of course, won't play any role in confirming a successor, but they will have the power to investigate the process of sessions dismissal. Okay. So there'll be a lot of news there, and that is just one cabinet depart. -ment are other changes expected in the administration after the midterm election here. It wouldn't be surprising to see more departures. The president said yesterday he is for the most part extremely happy with his cabinet. Of course, that was just hours before we learned that sessions was on his way out. The president did say he would be taking a look at some of the ethical complaints. That had been lodged against his interior secretary. Ryan Zinke, of course, ethics charges have already failed to other cabinet secretaries health secretary, Tom Price and the EPA administrator Scott Pruitt, even though in both cases, those men were very aggressive in carrying out, the president's agenda, just as

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U.S. accuses Russian spies of 2016 election hacking, summit looms

The Takeaway

03:20 min | 2 years ago

U.S. accuses Russian spies of 2016 election hacking, summit looms

"President trump launches diplomatic warfare with america's closest allies the president could have walked into brussels and had a peaceful no drama summit but trump decided to blow up the summit and threaten to leave and it ruined it putin would like to see the liberal world order fall apart spent the last couple years sucking up to latimer putin trying to understand the president's endgame in europe and on the world stage i'm amy walter and this is the takeaway also this hour a look at young voters and if they'll turn out in the midterm elections we haven't really seen this level of attention to teenagers and very young new voters in recent memories is specially during midterm we'll everyone starts off aggressive when they're young and then becomes conservative when they get older we've got lots to get to on the show the takeaways right back after these headlines mmhmm live from npr news in washington i'm lakshmi singh twelve more russians are under indictment for allegedly attempting to disrupt this country's presidential election in two thousand sixteen just days before president trump summit with russian leader vladimir putin special counsel robert mueller's team is out with an eleven count indictment it includes charges of hacking the computer systems of the dnc and other organizations the theft of information belonging to half a million us voters and money laundering and his announcement today the justice department sepe the attorney general rod rosenstein detail the offenses i use a scheme notice spearfishing which involves sending misleading email messages and tricking the users into disclosing their passwords and security information second the defendants hacked into computer networks and installed malicious software allow them to spy on users and capture key strokes take screen shots and exfiltrated or remove data from those computers rosenstein rosenstein says the indictment does not include an allegation that russia succeeded in influencing the twenty sixteen vote he announced the charges as president trump was in the uk having tea with the queen earlier the president held a series of meetings with british prime minister theresa may he walked back his comments critical comments from an interview he gave to the british tabloid the sun in which he was critical of maize negotiations on brexit joint news conference larry miller reports president emphasize at the two countries could hardly be closer much emphasis was on the president's monday meeting in finland with russia's vladimir putin he says he'll talk to putin about ukraine syria nuclear arms reduction and ask again if russia meddled in the us election i don't think you'll have any gee i did it i did it you got me there won't be a perry mason here i don't think but you never know what happens right but i will absolutely firmly asked the question trump says that after nato countries agreed to up their military spending he goes into the meeting with putin in a position of strength that's larry miller reporting a us inspector general has concluded that former trump administration cabinet member tom price wasted hundreds of thousands of dollars on travel and other expenses during short time period he spent on the job here's npr's don gonyea tom price.

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Chris Hardwick's Breakup Text With Chloe Dykstra Revealed

Fred and Angi

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Chris Hardwick's Breakup Text With Chloe Dykstra Revealed

"Brought to you by tom price he's accused of sexual abuse and she wanted him back new tax show chris hardwick broke up with chloe dykstra because she cheated for months after the actress begged to patch things up with him dykstra wrote this long essay last week detailing her emotionally and sexually abusive three a relationship with a talking dead host but friends are saying they're sceptical over claims since the tech sapir her trying to get hardware back chris calls out khloe for cheating on him with a guy named sam saying it's a worst thing anyone's ever done to me and claims khloe led him to believe she wanted to get back together after they broke up but she never stopped seeing sam some of the techs are like hey when can we be okay well that ever happened we both had this poorly possibly myself more so i'm sorry i shouldn't have taxied you i hope things are awesome with you when can we get back things like that so it's kind of like con con is that can launching a new crypto currency called a coin no no no no no where's joffrey.

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"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Hey let me ask you one of the question related to this and i wanna ask you about the end of your tenure hhs because it seems kind of ironic in light of current events one one question that's come up is over the course of your career in public life is exactly what your view is of mandatory vaccinations for things like measles and other common diseases because you mentioned the cd i mean one way we control epidemics is through vaccinations why why is the presumption that you oppose mandatory vaccinations and there was some talk of this while you're hhs secretary yeah this is a peculiar one frankly because i think that it's important vaccinations are incredibly important obviously vaccinations have have in in many many ways decreased the hume human suffering in in in in remarkable instances i was vacs head vaccinations myself for polio and for for smallpox continued to take vaccinations for for for diseases that are are where we're discovering new ways to it's not just important for you it so it was important for everybody who you are exposed to alternate get those diseases absolutely without a doubt so should they those not be mandated that so the question comes when when you take the extreme and that's what folks in the in the political arena liked to do they take to the extreme that's what the media likes to do like to take it to the extreme and so they say well are you going to are you going to require everybody and so the the next question there is if somebody doesn't receive accion or doesn't a submit themselves to a vaccine that society believes is appropriate then what are you going to do and that's an important question what are you going to do so it gets to that question that i mentioned earlier who decides i believe that through education and through through through the healthcare system that the vast majority of individuals if not all individuals will say that yes certain vaccines are appropriate and they they're necessary but what are we going to do as a society when a parent says no i'm not good i don't want my child hem in there have to be consequences for that for for that decision one are we going to allow them to make that decision and i think that probably society believes it's appropriate to allow them to make that decision to what happens if they.

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"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"The the the number of plans on the exchanges decreasing the number of individuals who have a choice of the type of plan that they want or decreasing the premiums continued escalate in the deductibles for many individuals are through the roof and therefore again they have coverage but they don't have one of the reasons the the number of of insurance choices has decreased that there's been all this uncertainty about whether the transitional subsidies that have been promised to the insurance companies to stabilize these markets would be provided and they haven't been provided so it's hard as you know you're a businessman among other things to plan if you don't have no absolutely if you don't have certainty i don't don't misunderstand me i'm not saying that the system that we have right now is the system that that that is working ideally for folks it's wives spent the last twenty plus years trying to make certain that that we were moving in better direction for folks again that was at adherence to those principles that i talked about do you think it's worth being better do you think it was working better in two thousand and eight and nine before the passage of the ford the hands on who you're talking about if you're talking about the individuals who didn't have access to care at that time and gained access on the exchanges then no it wasn't working better in two thousand eight if you're talking about the folks in the individuals small group market who aren't eligible for for the exchange because of of their income or whatever and then they've been subjected to a system that has significantly increase their premiums and deductible so they are now on able to pro to provide the care that their family needs because of those price increases then it's working worse for them and that's why i think that we need to talk about an array of solutions that is respectful of individuals that puts patients in the driver's seat as opposed to insurance companies or government limits about your tenure and and i it seemed like a a bit of an adventure to be the hss.

"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And is to expand participation in these exchanges you guys and i wanna talk to you about your tenure as hhs secretary but you you cut the budget for marketing of the aca by ninety percent that doesn't seem like a good plan to get more people to participate amazingly the same number of virtually the same number of people signed up this year as last despite the fact that the budget was cut by ninety percent but that's like a strategy would you conclude from that i would conclude that if you had invested more in in the marketing and making acceptable information about the that millions more people would have signed that's an illogical conclusion if the amount of money that was spent last year got the virtually the same number of individuals insured in on the exchanges did this year but we but was spent ten percent of what was spent exa sheer then then the conclusion could be reached that would say there was too much money being spent but we should point out also the the days to sign up or cut the number of days to senate were cut in half as well i think it's ill illogical to suggest that if you cut the sign up dates in half and you cut the marketing budget by ninety percent that the result yields exactly what it would have yielded if you had actually had a long sign up period and invested more money in and it just feels as if for ideological reasons that there was an effort to try and depress the number of people who signed the sign up time period we were trying to harmonize with medicare so the time period that we defined for the when i was there for that that short period of time was the same time period for sign up from from eddie care it works extremely well for medicare and we wanted to harmonize the two for for a ease of of administration but again the premise of your question is that the aca is the be all in the end all and that's the direction that we ought to be heading when in fact.

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"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"A thousand dollars a month out of pocket i wasn't making by making forty thousand dollars a year so that was not that was twenty thirty years ago and to me that's not a working healthcare system no you're right i cried the night the pass because i knew the families that wouldn't have to go through my family went through and no family should have to go through that should they know absolutely not but but there are solutions that that that have respect and good adhere to those principles that i mentioned and discussed that that that are much more positive and much more productive and have it the core of who decides the real question is who decides and we can have a system where the government decides there's no doubt about it well governed into side that that was decided insurance company and i couldn't change insurance because i had a pre existing we had a preexisting condition which no longer applies because of the affordable care right but but you you're that statement that you just made presumes that that the decision makers can only be government or insurance and i would take issue with that the fact of the matter is you can have have a system that is positive produce active has has everybody covered does so in a way that supportable accessible and continues to have quality healthcare and choices for patients that has patients in charge of of the system and that's incredibly important because then the systems in the direction that autumn moving that's not the direction that david axelrod wants to move or tom price wants to move or anybody else wants it to move it moves in the direction of the system that patients wanted to move will if you look at polling now a majority of americans support the affordable care act so they support coverage no they support the affordable character as to rate the affordable care act and a majority of americans support it but let me ask you a question on this issue of the twenty eight million because i agree with you would be great to get more people covered you know there are two ways to do it under the affordable care act one would be to expand medicare medicaid coverage to the states that aren't covering it i think more and more states are going to do that to be honest with you but the sex.

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"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"I think that when when one engages in in in public service that it's important to to try to find where one can serve best and sometimes you know that in your heart and you're able to charge art that course and sometimes that's course that others will determine where where you can best serve and so that's what i always asked folks when i when i got to congress as then speaker and then the then majority leader in the in the majority whip at that time where where can i best serve what what where where can i best be able to help solve the many of the challenges that we have and so at each step that the in the in the process that went through whether it was to to be chairman of the republican study committee whether it was to be chair of the republican policy committee or whether it was to be chair of the house budget committee each of those were places that my colleagues at that time said well tom we think that this is probably the the best place for you to serve at this point and i it was incredibly gratifying to be able to help try to fashion policy and fashion of course that that was hopefully helping to solve many of the challenges that we have you you're obviously there when i remember painfully well when republicans took the house in two thousand and ten the last time there was a big wave there may be another one coming sort of remember what it's like to know what it felt like when i when i saw the wave coming and at that time you said you're a proud to join fellow conservatives in an effort to beat back a a vial liberal agenda what would you mean by that.

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"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"The old newt gingrich as right see george now famously everyone in america georgia's six that's right and tell me about that decision to give up the practice of medicine run for congress when i was when i became majority leader it took an inordinate amount of time and i was was incredibly proud of the work that we had done but it was it was fifty years old about fifty years old and it was time to make a decision from from my standpoint but also from my partner standpoint who called me in one day and in my medical practice and said okay price do you want to be a politician or doctor because you're not pulling your weight around here doctors aren't like lawyers who send their their colleagues to the legislature and hope that they pass some grand legislation that allows them to benefit the firm physicians want their colleagues there in the in the practice contributing and so at the good lord answers all prayers and he did mine and that was to open up the opportunity for the for the race for congress in two thousand and four and it was a very hotly contested primary was seven way primary in a as you mentioned a johnny isaac since district very republican district at that time it's changed a bit because of redistricting but we were we we ran a very competitive race and we're very very honored and privileged in and it was it was very exciting time to be able to win a race seat for the united states house of representatives over time you you've flirted with raises for the senate governor for majority leader in the in the house why.

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"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"It flag and you fell on the side of keeping that ultimately a bill is passed which use adjusted having days to commemorate kefalas history on which the flag would the old flag of of of georgia would fly over the capital this become a hugely controversial subject these days because of the statues of the confederacy and so now i know and what they mean to people sure any any regrets about that i know that you're northerner so it can't be that you're now i've got southern southern see so so you're was your i'm really proud of of what we did in solving that when i was the majority leader i worked with cassim rate who became mayor of atlanta he was in the state senate that time and others to to bring about a solution to to the the real challenge that existed with with the state flag and i think georgia handled it with with remarkable respect for all sides and and you haven't heard the kind of rancor since we since we brought that solution about in the early part of the last decade you think these symbols though the confederate flag and the confederacy was fought over the issue of slavery do not see how that symbol is deeply offensive to citizens of georgia many citizens of georgia and other places in this country and that's why you've got to work together to solve it because as a fensive as it is to some individuals for other individuals it it is it is incredibly important and that's why we need to have a conversation that's why this this this this demonization of folks on either side of a particular issue in the inability the seeming inability to have an adult conversation about hot assault the challenges that we face is is really sad and i see increasing as opposed to decreasing and so it the the the difficulty in reaching the kinds of solutions that are so important to do because the what citizens expect us to do is to solve problems as as as members of of the the elected service public service folks you ran for congress in two thousand and four so now you are no longer going to be a citizen legislature will be a full time legislator for the seat johnny isaacson gave up to run.

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"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Is that a fair assessment i don't think so especially the state level at the state level georgia's legislatures of forty citizen legislatures forty day period of time forty legislative days and so in order to get anything done you've gotta work with with folks and that's important and we were we were very successful in many of the things that we did one of the things that frustrated me at the time when i when i entered the state senate was that that many folks in on the republican side of the aisle in the state senate were were very content to be in the minority they as i say they'd never been in the majority and so they had this minority mindset i it didn't make a whole lot of sense to me to to to sidetrack one's life and spent time in the political arena umbrellas still practicing medicine if you weren't there for a for a reason for a cause and the cause was to try to bring about more conservative solutions the kinds of challenges that the state of georgia had and so i paid with with couple of the folks who felt the same way and we're not content to be in the minority and did what i thought was going to take just two years as as a type a surgeon trying to figure out how to take the majority in the state senate turn out to be six year project but we worked together to to try to crack that nut so that the majority party set sets the agenda is able to to to bring priority to those kinds of things that are that are so very very important to the citizens are in our constituents so it was it was a great experience i enjoyed immensely the the experience in the state senate the people that i worked with on both sides of the island and the the kind of success that we had one of the issues that surface there is one that was still grappling with today and that was what to do about the flag of georgia it had a it featured a confederate.

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"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And you still can you just stand outside the chamber and you pass a note to one of the aides and they go in in and find your state representative of your state senator and they come out in the hallway and talk with you i thought it was pretty neat and so i had two of the most lightfoot conversations with two wonderful individuals who knew nothing about what i was talking about and didn't have a clue what it took to practice medicine her to take care of patients and it wasn't because they were bad folks because they just that wasn't in their wheelhouse wasn't in their life experience and they really didn't didn't no the kinds of things that needed to be done and i remember driving home from that experience thinking well this this doesn't make a whole lot of sense you got a lot of non medical people making essentially medical decisions about what i could do for and with my patients and so my wife had a similar experience about the same time and so we began to get engaged in local politics and and over a few years some of our best friends became politicians and not necessarily our our medical colleagues i was asked to run for the state says in nineteen ninety six and in an open seat one that i wasn't supposed to win but we just outworked everybody in and one that one elected the state senate nineteen ninetysix served eight years in the georgia state senate six of them in the minority two in the majority when i got down there in after the ninety six election republicans never held the majority in the state of georgia in the in the state senate and so worked with others to try to try to make that happen that was an exciting exciting time and you ended up as the as the leader ended up as the first republican majority in the state senate in georgia history i wanna talk about your tenure as.

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"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"After that and then the atlanta market was from an insurance standpoint went from what's called a stage two stage four level stayed for insurance market almost overnight in the early to mid nineties where the insurance companies really had whole lot sway over what was going on in in healthcare the hmo issue was was taken hold and insurance companies were kind of squeezing docks at that time from our perspective and so we and i and a number of other orthopedist in the community realized that in order to to to be able to survive in practice the kind of medicine that we believed was important we had to get big and so big we got and so our practice which i think was at that time fourteen or sixteen people merged with two other practices that were of comparable size and then grew it into what what became resurgence orthopedics which as you mentioned was one of the largest nonacademic group practices worth peak surgeon in the country you you you still weren't involved in politics and this led you into the politics of health care well actually my aunt to to politics where it really piqued my interest was in the mid to late eighties when i was in solo practice and i had joined the state medical society was involved in in in organized medicine and and our member getting a call from the state medical society to don my white coat and come down to the state capital because we had a tort crisis in the state of lawsuit abuse crisis in georgia in the mid to late eighties and they gotta go down and lobby your representative and your senator and i never set foot in the in the state capital until that time and so i i did do to flee responded to the call and went down to the state capitol and had an i don't hot isn't in many other states but but in in georgia at that time.

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"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Great great place to train and i enjoyed every minute of it in hindsight at the moment i'm not sure that i enjoyed every moment of it but but it was a wonderful place but in my senior year medical school after the match which is in march march fifteenth was our match i took a one month rotation orthopedics and and and just fell in love with it it allowed orthopedist one of the few specialties in medicine where you treat virtually the entire population so you treat little treat newborns with hip dysplasia or with with with herbs palsy or or or or problems from from birth trauma those many those orthopedic challenges treat club feet in kids treat broken bones in all ages you treat all folks across the spectrum of society and most folks from taipei surges personality most folks that you treat if you do the right thing they get well i remember during my junior year in medical school when we started our rotations in the hospitals i were tation was internal medicine at university hospital in michigan which was a tertiary center and so the patients were just sick as they could be folks were just working as hard as they could to to to help them but i remember thinking this this was this was hard hard work and didn't seem to be gratifying for that immediate response that that clearly my personality and bring desired and so when you could when you could see a patient that you could clearly define what the problem was you could undergo surgical procedure that i loved being in the operating room and and being able to affect things and then note almost immediately that things were getting better in the patient was on the men that was really gratifying and and so when i'm when i went to to gradient emory in in the summer seventy nine started in in general surgery trauma surgery but then transferred over the pd later that year all of this narrative about your youth the one word that didn't come up with politics.

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"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Yeah rupe so i would trade some of their family so let me ask you about about medicine no your grandfather was dr a family doctor so he would go to people's homes and he my grandfather graduate medical school in nineteen oh eight from case western what which was then case university so in nineteen oh eight you you you were just a dock and my first memories of medicine were with him i would when i was a kid as i mentioned the middle of five i was the only one showed any interest in medicine and when i was a kid i would go on rounds with him to see patients on on on the weekends sometimes and that meant getting in your car and driving to people's homes and i'll i really believe that it was it was probably the when when the importance of the physician patient relationship was grilled into my core because when we would go to these homes and i remember thinking eight or nine or ten year old kid why are we why are we doing this i'm here to be with with granddad right it was a bigger than life guy but we'd go to these homes in inevitably my memory my child memory is that they would we'd go and knock on the door and they'd come to the door and instead of saying you know who are you what do you want the door would fling open and they'd say oh dr price welcome and they'd get my big hug and i and and i remember thinking this this is something special going on here if if you go to people's homes and they opened the door and give you hugs that's probably a pretty good thing to be involved in and he would treat treat people sometimes people seriously you need it.

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"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Yes i remember baseball fans in your audience and so when we came back i announced to my mom that i was going to saint louis to see the seventh game and she said that that was crazy idea that how was i going to get there and how was i going to pay for it all that and i had vise this whole plan about how i was going to fly to saint louis and stay with an uncle that i'd never met and and you were a hardcore fan go to the game oh absolutely the thing that i didn't and so i did i went to the game but thing i didn't appreciate is that there wouldn't be any tiger fans in the in the yeah the crafts a little lonely i've done this it's a little lonely the opposition part but what a game mickey lola and bob gibson exactly it was wonderful it was incredible game but i was the only one cheering early on in and i remember thinking this isn't very wise idea to be a fourteen year old kid in the especially when your team wins i've been in the arena when my team lost a seventh game but it's it's not good when you you win some people aren't as friendly as so i we've trance i've transferred that now to to atlanta and actually became very frustrated with the american league when they put in the designated hitter that was kind of a bastardisation of baseball and so i became a national league fan and and then so going to atlanta and picking up my my wonderful support for the brays where my wife and i are season ticket holders for the braves and we've been to more games than we care to admit well as an orthopedic surgeon you have you treated any of them have you traded some of their some of their kids they the the professional teams you know have a have a yeah perfect.

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"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"What any reason that we lived here we live in virginia so when i could make my first independent decision it was where i did my medical resume resume orthopedic surgery residency but but medicine was not necessarily an independent decision right you came from a long line doctor it was after i realized that i couldn't play shortstop for the detroit tigers yes and that came at a very early age yeah i saw that too by the way i the unite grew up in new york everybody thinks of me as chicago and i grew up in new york and i in sixty nine i was there in the mets improbably when world series but you were you were closely associated with the the year before when the tiger yesterday cardinals and seven and that wonderful seventh game in in saint louis was a loved baseball was probably the only sport that i had any proficiency and that was likely why loved it but we went to game after game after game at the old tiger stadium down michigan trumbull with your dad my dad to almost every opening day but this was at a time when we would just hop down to the gain yeah and so i had a paper out at that age i was fourteen years old in nineteen sixty eight and and so i got tickets to the third fourth and fifth game were in in detroit and the six and seven games we're in in saint louis i went third fourth and fifth game with all the scout tickets right outside the stadium and when the and we were the tigers were down three to one.

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Ken Jeong Jumps Off Stage to Help Woman Having Seizure During His Stand-Up Set

Fred and Angi

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Ken Jeong Jumps Off Stage to Help Woman Having Seizure During His Stand-Up Set

"And angie of the three five kiss fm is brought to you tom price so comedian ken jong had us dan gig phoenix on saturday and then the middle of a woman in the audience suffered a seizure once can figure out what was going on he jumped off the stage cleared the area and attended to her until the paramedics arrived the woman reportedly regained consciousness while he was helping her out people don't realize he's a doctor he's medically trained played a doctor on doctor ken on tv but he's actually a doctor in real life he went to medical school in the nineties and he's a licensed physician and california i mean he doesn't practice anymore obviously because you know he's got this whole acting thing that seems to be working out well by he is actually a doctor which is kinda of i didn't know that he was a doctor dr that's pretty amazing american idol was renewed for another season everybody katy perry lionel ritchie luke bryan deals.

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Larry Harvey, Co-Founder of Burning Man Festival, Dies at 70

News, Traffic and Weather

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Larry Harvey, Co-Founder of Burning Man Festival, Dies at 70

"While this outdoor art and music festival has died in san francisco kcbs keep men coney reports seventy year old larry harvey helped found burning man leary harvey got the event started in the mid eighties there's a smallscale bonfire ritual but author brian doherty who has written about the history of burning man is harvey is also responsible for shepherding the event as it morphed in grew to magical story of of of what can happen when you just let things grow on it certainly not a story of you know a mastermind coming up with a notion that he wanted to drag seventy thousand people you know to the desert to make weird fiery art and burn an effigy but you created space for it tom price is the founder of to burning man related nonprofits who knew harvey he says harvey's passing will be a huge blow for the event larry's role although largely in the background was of a stewart he was the guy with the hand on the tiller setting the course that everyone else presents the reach of harvey's work has been immense i can't think of any other art experience ever human history is cut so many people that's a powerful kikkoman coney kcbs kcbs news time now eight oh eight coming up on kcbi i'm general lane citizen naturalists in san francisco try to beat la that started as competition a friendly competition at eight oh wait we're going to.

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Larry Harvey: Burning Man festival co-founder dead at 70

News, Traffic and Weather

02:48 min | 2 years ago

Larry Harvey: Burning Man festival co-founder dead at 70

"The show since the beginning writers animators everybody has just worked so hard and preserving the quality of the show i think that's one reason we're still around twenty nine seasons thirty two emmys a peabody a hit feature film and popular merchandise the simpsons remains a cultural phenomenon and groundbreaking franchise correspondent anthony mason in the national football league graft in two thousand eighteen nfl draft the seattle seahawks celek came lost his left hand at the age of four because of a rare condition tom foty cbs news it's twelve oh five at the bay area's news station kcbs partly cloudy overnight with a slight chance of showers in the morning mostly sunny though for your sunday afternoon good morning i'm peter finch here's what's happening the creator of burning man died in san francisco saturday following a stroke earlier this month kcbs keith men coney reports larry harvey founded the massive art festival now held each year in nevada's black rock desert leary harvey got the event started in the mid eighties is the smallscale bonfire ritual but author brian who has written about the history of burning man this is harvey is also responsible for shepherding the event as it morphed in grew magical story of of luck can happen when you just let things grow at it certainly not a story of you know a mastermind coming up with a notion that he wanted to drag seventy thousand people you know to the desert to make weird fiery art and burn an effigy but he created space for tom price is the founder of burning man related nonprofits who knew harvey he says harvey's passing will be a huge blow for the event larry's role although largely in the background was of a stewart he was the guy with handle the hiller setting the course that everyone else price adds the reach of harvey's work has been immense i can't think of any other art experience ever even history many people that's a powerful given coney kcbs if you had trouble getting onto the bay bridge from san francisco for the friday evening commute yesterday here's why a woman was arrested friday evening on suspicion of attempted murder after she dragged a chp officer clinging to her car along the bay bridge approach on interstate eighty thirtythreeyearold nicole weight of pittsburgh was arrested and booked into san francisco county jail on several felony charges the officer identified only as k the.

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After suffering a miscarriage, Halsey says she is freezing her eggs at 23

Fred and Angi

02:04 min | 2 years ago

After suffering a miscarriage, Halsey says she is freezing her eggs at 23

"To you by tom price jury in pennsylvania convicted eighty year old bill cosby on all three counts of sexually assaulting a woman in his home in two thousand four each count carries a potential of ten years in prison the da argued cosby should be placed in jail until sentencing saying cosby god could flee in a private plane and that's when cosby yelled he doesn't have a plan you whole the judge allowed cosby remained free until his sentencing hearing which hasn't been announced yet yes surrendered his passport he must remain in his home so yeah polled the cosby show a free form by palsy was on the doctors the doctors and talking about freezing her eggs even though she's twenty three but it's a good idea because she suffers from endometriosis and she's actually had a miscarriage during a show she did a while back she said i'm twenty three and i'm going to freeze my eggs and when i tell people that they're like you're twenty twentythree why do you need that why didn't you freeze your eggs during an ovarian reserve doing an ovarian reserve is important to me because i'm fortunate enough to have that as an option but i need to be aggressive about protecting my fertility about protecting myself i'm kensington palace has announced the prince's name baby parents prince william indicate have named their third child arthur i'm sorry louis arthur charles v royal in line to the throne british betting house to wagers for weeks and james was the top choice on all their wagers a year europe celebrations for the british royal family next month prince harry mary's meghan markle later this year prince charles celebrates his seventy s and the queen's birthday gala will be this summer despite her actual birthday being last weekend more to check out online today you can see halsey on the doctor's talking all about you know freezing your eggs and dmitriev also konya posted a bunch of taxed between he and john legend and chrissy teigen was not.

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Wave of exits from White House sparks talk of potential "brain drain"

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:48 min | 2 years ago

Wave of exits from White House sparks talk of potential "brain drain"

"Can i read where all g may be people don't wanna work for trump but believe me everybody wants to work in the white house michael flynn has resigned the white house communications director mike dubbed key has resigned press secretary sean spicer resigning grants priebus is out white house communications director anthony scaramucci resigned the senior administration official confirming that bannon we'll be leaving kids schiller we departing the white house secretary tom price resigned the deputy national security adviser is now leaving rob porter is residing and white house communications director whole pigs has resigned the president's chief economic adviser gary cohn has officially resign they all want a piece of that oval office they want a piece of the west wing now you are no no no no no they don't everybody wants a peace of the white house except for the steady stream of top officials who have pack their bags and headed for the doors to late is look look at the numbers look credible recordbreaking in every way the president now going to have three communications directors and a very short time four depending on how you count it but the number the brain drain is pretty extraordinary company that absolutely not qualified for their jobs but the latest gary cohn very qualified who is leaving his impending departure is already shaking the market will and you're a wall street journal of here's the headline there'd says coned quits after split with donald trump and it you go inside and you look at the editorial the wall street journal writes mr trump's increasingly self damaging style of managing its senior officials.

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"tom price" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Tried to do the best for his uh his family but you know people are to realize that it's a business and from from what i gather he was he was a really good bill that man he was a great person and you know you you shouldn't shame anybody when they pass away there is no certain exact laggards thanks to make a phone call all right does get azima mayor ralph and do we go get into this debate ravioli locked in to lovely debate euthanasia young girls at mary's old man thanked thanked admired figure near an income to doubt lender owned it well that's why that's why these guys won't get real estate tax you know there's billionaires uh i mean that that that's that's all related you know because if you get rid of the state tax then that that it didn't these young gales they leave and they really don't have to really not beginners short what would have in the white house i'm macgill's like eighteen percent of the trump tower in network more or local police mm and so that they will get rid of texas state tax so so so at least the people will have i don't know what their work okay wherever we understood what he was saying there all right let's get on back eggs six six five five one night another these guys want to call lear now the first one i wanna get into y'all is the tom price issue i mean what what do we start if you guys don't know tom price resigned this week bosnia by the store i heard about it from you malval did you hear about this door you know id and i doubt all right we'll let you go ahead due to foreign going to go ahead thumper as the fire who was a the price flip the um health and human services direct um ethnic gap bright and i think he's out of georgia and um he was a former senator and then got a point it did at cabinet positions right and so if we will rewind there is a lot of british not only on quote on what tom price said about the fifth fiscally responsible and bragging about how he was a.

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"tom price" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on WCTC

"To fire tom price tom price was pushed against the wall his back was it a quarter there was only one direction for tom price to go and of course that was to resign otherwise most likely donald trump would have fired him but we've seen this before from trump he actually doesn't like to fire a lot of people with in his administration if you look what happened with steve bannon steve bannon says he wanted to be there for around a year or so and so this exit that he took a couple of weeks ago so he could go focus on what's happening with breitbart of course bannon again exterior finally happy with what happened in alabama regarding ray more beating luther strange six to know is what he's saying as far as breitbart does with the appointments to positions that were vacated from people who went to work in the trump administration and not to get to off a point here regarding tom price but that is something to remember when it comes to all of these seats that needed to be filled because of donald trump appointments they were in districts that went to donald trump and obviously they were people that we're going to be replacing individuals who had donald trump's support so the situations that's happening and right now if you are someone who's going to be looking for a little bit more change in two thousand eighteen if you don't want to see the republicans have the house the senate and the white house don't feel as if those are great indicators of where the country is going because those six races according to stay bannon donald trump is now five and one in races from four seats were vacated by people he put into positions of power within with in his administration and of course as i said earlier breitbart six the know those are not necessarily great indicators of what's took come in two thousand and eighteen nonetheless when you have a situation like this with tom price.

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"tom price" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"tom price" Discussed on KOIL

"With tom price to discuss medication prices in the thick six panel that they had a and a bunch of pharmacy industry executive i hope you're invited because i'm so annoying that i keep pushing her name on radio and tv and telling everybody in dc to call you i think finally they're saying well we got to hear what this is about that when we introduce her so his family position to sell medicine for any a pill what we get a cold shoulder from the rest of the room but it that that is the way the were it may not be comfortable for the other pharmacy executive there but they will embrace it learn more about it in and i believe tom price did win he was looking for a solution to take to trump to lower healthcare costs specifically medication costs but did you fail the time artdirector model oh unlimited visit no co pay any procedure we do is free and medications and needs is you're to you're going to give me free speech had right eta lady fell off a motorcycle saturday at ten o'clock immigra the off the ten forty five fifteen minutes later he was back on the road and she didn't panic ollery nope it cost me a dollar to do that procedure group that the cost of doing business to have heard the patient and that is the type of healthcare everyone should get and and he's not a welltodo regular blue heart and soul country she's the blue did one of the people that make our country and you really care about these people i mean even if somebody doesn't have the fifty bucks why do i know you take care of him anyway because we're dr and we hear about people and we want to get them good care i and and we took renault do no harm in me that means do new financial a harm either how is your business grown todd let's talk about that par you're in wichita kansas emmy can you even take on any weren't patients we're adding one hundred patients among the we have five doctors were looking for more division but.

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