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"university notre dame" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:33 min | 5 months ago

"university notre dame" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Woman now listed in good condition marijuana was stolen from a box at midway airport that serves as a depository for travelers getting rid of their marijuana before they board a plane the marijuana amnesty boxes are at midway and hair in New South proof boxes a replace the current ones in a few weeks the body of a university Notre Dame student twenty one year old senior and rose Jerry was recovered from a lake on the south bend campus comes one day after Notre Dame police issued a statewide alert for her she lived on campus and hadn't been seen since Tuesday night there's a verdict in a three year old murder case more from WGN's Roger bash thirty two year old Dominique Sanders of University Park was found guilty in the death of a woman during a twenty seventeen burglary ever Hinsdale home cameras at a Melrose park pawnshop recorded Sanders selling the rings he stole in the robbery his defense lawyers claimed there was no evidence linking Sanders to the murder Roger batters WGN news Akane WGN sports we had over to Joe brand thank you Bob sponsored by Xfinity stuff by the Xfinity booth that socks first for giveaways photo ops and surprise appearances rumblings from socks fest two thousand twenty Rick Renteria things Tim Anderson will become a lead short stop in the majors alloy Jimenez has no aspirations for the D. a troll Dallas Kaikohe apologizes for the Houston Astros cheating scandal and what it has become all that and more including a Tim Anderson bad flipping seminar here McCormick place this weekend bunch of fun over AT socks faxed to the NHL after Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane secure the inaugural shooting stars championship last night the night the NHL's best take the ice in Saint Louis for the all star game he gets it at seven o'clock right here on seven twenty WGN and WGN radio dot com after losing Laurie market enforced four to six weeks and losing that Sacramento Kings the bulls head to Cleveland looking to right the ship tipoff against the cavs at seven o'clock college hoops number twenty one ranked Illinois looking to continue their big tends longest win streak currently at five games in the currently lead Michigan thirty four to thirty at half the ball again and their three game homestand on a high note their hosting Saint Johns Edwin trust arena at one o'clock you I see is on the road against Detroit mercy Notre Dame visit Florida state Illinois state host southern Illinois Indiana state welcomes and Bradley northern Illinois brings in western Michigan live from socks vestigial brand WGN sports right now it is thirty four degrees at o'hare thirty five at midway in thirty four along Chicago's lakefront I'm Bob Kessler on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN whether.

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"university notre dame" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"university notre dame" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Mother who is sparking out raids with and everywhere I think she says as the mother of four boys that she thinks leggings should be banned no woman no girl should wear leggings hammer because they're too much of a distraction and she kind of came as conclusion being at church when her four boys were sitting in the PO she is Catholic you're sitting there one day mother for boys and some girls came younger girls came and sat down right in front of their pew and they were all wearing leggings mother her name by the way is Marianne and Mary Ann says she feels bad about in two different ways one she feels bad for the young girls because there are older men who are creepily staring at young girls any other pants and then she feels bad about it because her four sons are constantly being tempted and they constantly have to worry about don't look don't look don't look right and so you know there's people I think because she lives in Indiana some around the Notre Dame college university Notre Dame and so there are some Notre Dame university's female students they were protesting the mom and dad leggings day yes when everyone was wearing a run around like also but people are kind of on both sides of this issue I completely disagree with this I'm number one and because you are covered right now man days used to walk around naked so that's more tempting and okay there's the caveman argument not the strongest argument.

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"university notre dame" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

11:20 min | 9 months ago

"university notre dame" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Billy Cunningham the great American about a week or two ago when there was another democratic debate completely not watch completely irrelevant your democratic popular candidates talk about imposing the social and economic policies of the Democratic Party and imposing certain requirements upon religions to do certain things and not do other things such as making sure that the gay rights agenda was taught in Catholic schools Georgetown and Notre Dame in south bend losses waiter a large extent but I read a column by bill Donahue of the Catholic League in your city that made a lot of sense to me and bill done near the Kathleen Willey welcome again of the bill Cunningham show thank you so much bill collector that may have come a long way since nineteen sixty when John F. Kennedy demanded the separation of church and state now we have many Socialista manning there be a union of church and state and the Catholic religious Christian Jewish Muslim organizations be part of the gay rights agenda how much have we changed astronomical and what's really frightening is that it's at a gallop pace even under the Obama administration which is not that long ago there was a clear animus against the religious liberty and against people say nothing like we've seen even sets this call of democratic candidates of the most anti religion friendly people we've ever seen in American history it's almost impossible to find anyone who stands up for the first amendment guarantee of religious liberty and indeed at an open patent hostility to religion is what spews out of their mouths what recently happened one of these the presidential debates was was positively mind blowing the event those of us who object we're cold beer cracks but he's he's looking for a theocracy we're looking to exercise the free exercise of religion is guaranteed under the first amendment and not be bludgeoned by these people like battle walk in others Julian holy and Castro said that is first first act as president would be to roll back religious exemptions collide with the rights of homosexuals and transgenders person persons now I don't know what that means I know it's wrong but none the less I did some Catholic priest tell me that may one will will be ordered to perform gay marriage and if that's the case that's the hell I dial and I will not do that what do you say to Catholics praise to what do you say to those who believe in Judaism a Muslim on the six what do you say about when the government begins to order them to do certain things because that's part of the gay rights agenda I think you might see some locales I don't think you'll see that the federal level I think this would be political suicide at much more optimistic on this because if they want to they want as far as I said bring it Hey let's bring it now let's get this thing settled the Supreme Court United States would never of violating basically what they're looking to do was to smash the first amendment you can't have the free exercise of religion and tell people well you can just go to church or mosque or a synagogue on the weekend and that's all the privileges would be good again now we want a vibrant public role for religion I think that these Democrats are so extreme there's so much about what American made peace and freedom from religion foundation and the others such a hatred of people of faith and Christianity in particular that I say bring it let someone the court to get it over with because I don't think they're going to win what's your feeling about some of Notre Dame some see that is the most preeminent Catholic institution in America south bend Indiana about the covering up by statues of Columbus covering up statues of Washington and Lee and others who held slaves going back in time Columbus called vicious for the names are you concerned about the drift of Catholicism towards secular humanism well I am going to reconsider at places like Georgetown University Notre Dame is a much better record which watched out under Obama bomber was there he gave one of his first speeches there two thousand nine and they made certain they said the the White House advancement out there to Georgetown to cover up the crucifix and make sure that there was no picture of Jesus in the background the people at George how to run that school have long since been really Catholic friendly you might say I did have a number of anti Catholics on the staff who teach at Georgetown they have two pro abortion clubs at Georgetown one undergraduate always the choice and one at the graduate level which said your flute the gal would be to pay for contraception so there is that problem but they can't Georgetown is long ceased to be Catholic I think the Notre Dame just hosted bill bark here about a week to go to law school this of great Catholic to the law school there today and maybe some some somebody people there on the campus but I think they're a minority unlike unlike George dealt with a rule and there's a Catholic and Jesuit college in the state of Washington that I've taken off Planned Parenthood from some sort of literature and now there's a protest under way in a Jesuit university about the Catholic faith in the state of Washington not allowing Planned Parenthood information be distributed to the coeds does end and the school is buckling to that and they might they have provided in the past what does that say it's all about how it is these people who run these goals these Catholic schools they know what they're obliged to do they know what the mission of the school is by no one was founded to do but there they don't have the courage to stand up against the secular elite who tried to beat them down this exactly bill Barr spoke about at Notre Dame and the people said oh my god what did you talk about what they're just example you just get one bill this is going on in Catholic schools going on and and private schools going to public schools this attempt to to white wash religion get it out of our society all together but I think there's too many of us on our side or willing to push back none the less it is a major fight and it shouldn't have to be applied when I was a kid and I was going up to New York in the nineteen fifties every Catholic members was a member of the Democratic Party because it was a hold to Catholics beginning between sixty eight and seventy two they they they began to become homeless some became independent some became a Republican and now with more more the recovery Republican the Republican used to be more of the the what's the stock was reported that's certainly change now a lot of lunch bucket blue collar Catholic to Polish Catholic working class guys they be they may still have been a Democrat again vacation of the pocket but they vote Republican increasing the vevo patrolled and that's why he got elected so the letter is god kept their backed up against the wall in one sense they may have the leads on their site but the grass roots people are not fooled the grassroots people beat the back a couple years ago and they'll do so again still done you the Catholic lay there's been a little bit of a dispute of light whether Catholic politicians than an actor actual abortion laws and some were not even sign on to legislation that says baby born alive can you keep a child alive are Catholics may use their Catholicism in a way to get elected and when they do they have pro abortion which is killing of the unborn legislation do you think cardinals and bishops and archbishops in Paris free should deny communion to those Catholic politicians to use their Catholicism publicly and then when given the power they make sure the lives of the unborn are taken I think most Catholics understand that it is the obligation of the local bishop to call in those Catholics who you're talking about openly and publicly denounced the Catholic teachings on issues which are mostly Catholic Church regard is intrinsically evil these are not just another issue abortion for example is intrinsically evil well if you if you continue to promote something which is intrinsically evil you or can you use the Catholic label then the local bishop is supposed to they don't always do it call that person it and bring him into dialogue have conversation with them and try to persuade him to change his ways if he does not then he can be refused to Kevin law is this society today where Catholic priests and bishops are under attack the things that they themselves have brought on but many times it's been exaggerated as the things they have not done it takes a rare priest or bishop today to stand up to this kind of muddy attack coming from the Washington post The New York Times from PBS and the MSNBC CNN and the like don't forget the college in the in universities it's really a hostile planet for people of faith which is why evangelical Catholics traditional Catholics all yeah clearly what that are excuse in that many Muslims or Mormons come together on the cultural issues with me at the logical issues that divide us but we know what what what joins us together we're we're we're against this kind of political correctness it's to radical his totalitarian what these lunatics on the left to try to do and also when I hear arguments that Planned Parenthood provides health care which I'm sure it does not use abortion health care hold the kid was just sliced and diced that's a joke do we know what Planned Parenthood there's not one big gigantic clinic and other than that I don't even do mammograms to me this is a big joke fortunately more more people getting to learn what a joke it is you shouldn't get a dime from the from the from the taxpayers and yet that that obscenity still goes on quite frankly there too many Republicans who have along with this over the years now they didn't fight all right didn't fight it Jon baited inside it they were they were practicing Catholic so I'm not as optimistic on that one hundred million dollars at least come from American taxpayers to fuel parent Planned Parenthood which is an abortion mill and seemingly we talk about a quite often whenever an act anything that changes it right John banner is a good man Paul Ryan is good man however they continue to fund Planned Parenthood saying one thing and doing another and we come to expect that heavenly yes we have and that's unfortunate thank god they're not there anymore they may be good men but they did a lousy job on this issue a long list of others but the current crop could do better on this thing here how did you you you make the taxpayer pay for the killing of an innocent unborn children I call it a right it's not a help played a role not a right is no where in the constitution it was bad jurisprudence back in nineteen seventy three and that's why I'm I I I like guys like Scalise and others who were trying to fight for the rights of children my god we we can't even protect the rights of children who are born alive after a botched abortion Golden Bear decide I don't know one Democrat he told the gathered maybe she might be one presidential cabinet Canada may not go that far but the rest of the going that way they have an opportunity to distinguish themselves from the radicals but they all collapse extremist what what the Democratic Party has become the party of a see who wants to by the way do away with the presence of hope your people understand that I have the evidence she wants to do away with all prisons she is running in the Democratic Party not closely lastly bill Donahue the Catholic like I've had this discussion with Catholic priests.

"university notre dame" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

The Non-Prophets

09:26 min | 10 months ago

"university notre dame" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

"Bullet holes if fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom than the religiously flee inspired like bomber. That was set. Had booby trap bombs. Here in Austin was what he wasn't praying Kanat wise. I mean depends on who you ask. Actually so funny. How religion works? Why is it wrong to shoot up people in schools so the the basis of morality is about how human beings interact and so it revolves around the effect of your actions on yourself and other human beings yeah and shooting someone tends to not be beneficial for them and we? We can do the thing. Well if you have an ounce of empathy you can. Well he's saying that you can find the answers in the Bible. What is the answer shot? Now Kill Yeah but really no. He's saying unless you're unless you're Micheletti unless you have sex with another man unless you eat shellfish unless you parnes God's chosen people and get in the unless unless you beat your slave and he dies within a few days fast. Yeah that's go for the subdural Hematoma shut man Yeah so the the. It's the difference between will all if you can't explain everything to me. Then it's terrible. You should just listen to the man who thumbs the Bible the best and do whatever he says. Don't think about it. Yeah I have the only thing keeping this this guy in check from going out and shooting people is that there's a carrot of heaven and a stick of Hel held over and it's like oh he you know he's he's in this weird pre moral state where he doesn't he doesn't actually think morally he just chases is heaven and runs away from Hell that's it. That's that's his morality. Also his. His morality is submission obedience you well morality. His Code of ethics is submission and obedience to his Lord. Father Savior Daddy Eddie Papa. Sky Or whenever obedience with morality when I was in college I went to a Catholic College University. Notre Dame University and Of course we had to do our religious electives which were acura acquired. Compare you can elect to do Church One church to do three theology classes in one of them. I can't remember the name of the Class L. blurred the same but every beginning of the class every day the teachers professor would read a passage like a daily affirmation from the Bible and basically it was everything that that is good in. Your life comes from God every every failure every fault is is. You're failing your fault. I'm like right. That's not fair victim. Awesome yeah put me in a bad mood. I'm like right in my notes like cut GonNa do that. I did that you know like why. Can't I take take credit for if even even if I am a believer thinking that I have. I had the willpower. I had the judgment. I had the know how to make the right decision and feel proud about that as for instead of thinking. There's nothing good that you can do without Gods God's Grace God's enlightenment ramming my answer is you can because you did caped And they didn't even let us get blamed the devil. It was still you. Oh yeah right well no so. It's interesting because there's there's a an interesting thing. Christianity gets away with having all kinds of God ish things and still saying modern standards. Three gods is the same as one God because threes one. And if you don't understand that's because it's a mystery and if he's still question that you're wrong is is sort of what the mystery of the Trinity. Boil down to excuse me when I would talk to people about it. Inspired by Rick and Morty over here and there's a similar thing because there's cultural and regional beliefs about Jin minner basically like evil genies do shit and the question Jin of will if you believe in are afraid of Jenn than you're believing and being afraid of something that isn't a law so you're doing it wrong is nothing nothing else but along and then the world which is sort of an interesting viewpoint because basically that view and sort of the the interesting difference between Christianity and Islam on the world stage is they. Don't pray for miracles like they're not saying. Oh Jesus is GONNA come and help us win a war. It's like we're here. We know what we're doing and unless we build weapons we won't have them and unless we You know build civilization. We won't have it whatever we're talking about the the extremists obviously It's it's interesting because it's very at its core. It's like like yeah. We're doing this because God told us to do it. And at that point they're done in terms of their theology. And what you do with the God part like they don't have really release super interventionist. God creation see I have I have relatives from From Brownwood Texas and this is a real. This is the Christians that you know that God comes to them and dreams and then they'd lights in the sky new AFO so it's it's really crazy stuff there but listen to them and for being gene protected by Christ and being saved they live in terror because there is a supernatural warfare going on they believe that there is his demons surrounding them with their whole intent to try to tempt them to try to actually possess them and lead them astray. And I'm like well. Where's the got him angels Shit? Can you believe that you know this. God that that puts you in the middle of this battle and gives you know no armament issue no protection. You know you're born in the middle of born sick and sick to be well when you're if you have an addiction that's a demon possession or if you have a bad thoughts or dirty dot sore covet these are demons influencing you and I'm like well first of all you know what what defenses has this God given you to protect you against these basically demigods that are have a for some reason or so they have the whole universe to explore and manipulate but they WANNA come down here and mess with you. Make sure that you you steal that dollar from Walmart or whatever right it's it's sort of like childish. It was the third vote logic of it. It really is. I mean it was developed built in a time when the thirty years old was old so the oldest show that would have been learning a writing things. Where like? Here's who happened to survive. Event had no education so again at Brownwood. My Mom Went to visit her aunt my aunt and her sister and they were having a prayer group and it has because you do and the preacher. They're standing in a circle holding each other hands and praying and my mom had a divorce because really fragile and kind of really Moja. Aw and the the the preacher looks up above her. Is this story. They told me he looks up above her. And goes there's a star above you and then the person next to goes I see it to next next season I see it to the the all saw it except for my mom and aunt because it was behind him and I'm an asshole of always. He's been an asshole. I don't apologize for and I should've told her this identity this because I'm not right at an asshole but I said mom mother's mother dear. You're not that important for God to blow up an entire star for you to send you a message right that you didn't you can see. And it said these are the manipulation tactics of these I mean and they they were always up been arms trying to play and and try to buy tents. I don't know what the tent and I don't know why they go to academy by ten but there are for tent revivals right wait. Why wouldn't you buy your tent? Revival Revival tended academy it's quality. I don't know they were always trying to buy a tent. They were trying to raise money to buy ten. Well okay I I really hope that was just I don't know and we're not we're like I said yeah or whatever the size I'm just I I really there's a part of me that hopes that that was just a marketing ploy and that they're not that bad with tents that they're like always in need of. What did you do with the last what I gave you? Every time they talked about raising money they were making money for your head. It's a half to say something I guess. I guess it's very much like. Oh Hey God.

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"university notre dame" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"university notre dame" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Was like a movie screen with one of those big gigantic contraptions shot like blue red and green light out of three separate. Flashlights? Up at this thing. So I'm so so I've got so I'm everybody's partying talking. I'm glued to the finals because I've got a thousand dollar bet on the series. And I have the rockets which is probably a big reason why moved to Houston because they eventually won the series. So I'm standing there like a fucking loser with a drink in my hand, just like glued to it. Because back then thousand dollars from thousand dollars still a lot of money now. But like when I'm twenty four whatever. All of the money was like, all right? So I'm standing there watching this. I'm staring at the screen. I'm staring up at it. And all of a sudden the screen splits, and it's the rocket game on one side. And it's the OJ chase on the other. And I'm probably the only one who's like looking at the rocket game. Right. But I'm standing there. And all of a sudden, I hear this voice next to me. And I hear this. This is just the biggest fall from grace. I've ever seen. No fucking. It's Lou Holtz. And I'm like holy shit. I'm watching the OJ. Chase Lou Holtz. You got Lou Holtz takes live during the OJ any next to me. Dude. Standing next to me nine by the way. That was an incredible Lou Holtz impression. Yeah. You've told this story before I told it before that's a lot of Lou Holtz stories before. But he because my brother used to play for them if you can do like, you just did Lou Holtz. You have to do like Lou hold stories all of the time responsibilities a human. Let me tell you something about the Russ Bowlin podcast. Ross bowl podcast is about a love of trust. In the KOMO. And a belief in one another dude this incredible. So we did sling since two university Notre Dame. It's like losing the focus. So he standing next to me. And you've got to keep in mind at that time OJ was the goddamn sideline. Reporter for Notre Dame football. Right. He was still a God. He was note NBC was carrying the Notre Dame game you go back and you watch the Notre Dame Florida state game of the century OJ. Simpson's the sideline reporter for that game. That was eight months before I didn't realize that two people. Yeah. Oh shit..

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"university notre dame" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"university notre dame" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"university notre dame" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"university notre dame" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Thirty one teams. Go home unhappy go to the playoffs weren't one of them. So eight seven and one for the Vikings not headed to the postseason. One more here on the the Murph and MAC, Adam and Ryan Thompson bombs we've got one here we were just talking about it. There were eleven point dogs on Saturday a storied university Notre Dame Brian Kelly drops to five and five now in bowl games, Owen one in the CFP. Look, I know they schedule tough, but like trash like Harbaugh like Georgia. Like, we got we got other teams maybe looking on the outside in that they want to be in the maybe would've put up more than three points. I that no problem making Notre Dame football by number three bummed eighty. I Alexander is back to throw down the far, right? Twenty. This is. Touchdown. True. Freshman matched up one on one sideline hit him in stride, prompt. Tackle. Now thompson. To throw three man rushed out. Touchdown Justin Ross freshman strike it. Again. That's forty two yards down the middle of the field. He'd be killed. Huge touchdown near the end of the first half Tigers third inches, and they'll give it to. Sidelined forty one guy can catch him not gonna happen. Ten five touchdown club sold. Travis high steps at the final couple yards. Sixty two yards disappointed. Obviously we came here to win a football game. And we did not do the things necessary to beat a very good team. Congratulations to Clemson. They've played. Well, they were opportunistic they made the place necessary to win the game of this fashion..

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"university notre dame" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"university notre dame" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Understand some day. She would always say that to me Lee, new my mother. Well, my mother would always say someday, I won't be here. And you'll understand what it's like to be a mother. I hope you understand the heartache and the and the joy of being a mother, but there's just as much heartache sometimes as there is joy. But that's just part of the right? It is you know, the other thing my parents taught me as they put each other. And I got to watch a father and a mother alone together, and they weren't how tough your parents. We were not their top concerns. Their marriage was the top concern. We would the secondary concerns that taught me a lot. I watch modern day parents actors little taxicab drivers for their kids. Kids the space to be adults. Then they're not creating any romantic space any mystery for themselves. Why ever did when I was a kid big. Boy, what would that be like to be married to own my own home to get you go to a movie, you get to go to dinner without my without? What would that be like all that adult responsibility? I was looking forward to finding the right person and getting married. I didn't it took a long time. But I knew what it looked like. And my goodness today. I watch too many adult so many of my friends, they don't take the time for themselves, and they're so busy catering to their kids every whim, but it's actually overindulgence infanta fantasizing your kids living their lives through their kids. And my parents if I would have ever told the while you sacrifice fraud. You know, we did what we do. You know, what we were supposed to do have kids have a wife, but by the way, have a good marriage. And I always watched them work on that relationship hurts and really taught me a lot, you know, Hesford from university Notre Dame always said the father's primary responsibility is to be a good husband to the white. Secondarily, it's to be a good father to the kid. What better thinking you teach a child and a male, particularly then to be a good husband, someone that you? And I know what told me this once Lee, and he he said that one of his sons who's a he's a great. He's a young young. He's twenty twenty four graduating this weekend. I'm actually going to go out to his graduation. But he said at one time his son was disrespectful and something he said to his mother, and he's maybe was fourteen fifteen in your adolescent, you poff off and it was in front of my friend. The husband his father. And he he got really close to him. And he said. Hey, you see that woman over there? That's my wife, and if anyone came off the street and talk to her like, you just talked to her you'd be looking at a big fat lip right now. So don't you ever talk to my wife like that? You treat her with respect and reverence because that's the way I treat her you understand me. Yes, sir. I understand you. But that was like a moment like he never. And they joke about it to this day. Like that is a moment. That's my wife. You do not disrespect her. I love that story. Love your I do to imagine what it taught him to treat. All where this is where you learn how to treat a woman by watching your father and how we treat your mouth, right? And and so these kind of instructions, oh my goodness. They're everywhere. I also love that generation for not praising all the time. You know, the thing that's been most commented on my piece. My dad, which came rally was the two words, not bad. If I did a great. Twice. Lee almost we're out of time. But Lee you're at treasure. Thank you so much. Stay with us. The remainder of this special edition of the Laura Ingram show. If.

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"university notre dame" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

13:13 min | 1 year ago

"university notre dame" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"A because he signed a big contract there after doing well with the Red Sox. And he I remember there was a time where he got hurt diving into the wall smacked his head on the wall and got a concussion had to sit out a few games. And there are people tearing them apart said he hurt himself trying to make it wasn't like he was at home. You know, doing something playing in the backyard with even with his kids this and that he was making a play on the field and got hurt and you're still naiad because they they figure that hey, we pay his he's gotta be out there things like that. I know it's different with the college game. But it sounds like again like people are still having that same attitude. No, you're right. But even more now, I mean, the fans now they think I buy I buy I get tickets. I get shirt I get hats. I get jerseys. I come here. I pay for the parking. I do all of these things you owe me you owe me a win. You'll meet this. You'll meet that I want I want to win. You bringing this coach and he bet better win. And it's important. But you forget about the athlete what he's going through. And as Allen said, look, the more I say nowadays, it's more pressure. It's moral rusher on these athletes than bef- did win. I played them with a lot of people play. 'cause now you're in so much more in the public. Exactly. And even though everybody would watch you on Saturday. We would read about it in the newspapers right next the few days following now. They have access twenty four seven point four seven. Yeah. We get those interviews that we played from that. We played earlier that was Dan Brown at like noon today. Exactly right now that was just a little bit earlier today where again, if that was, you know, say thirty years ago, you're thirty forty driving. Here's. I got to give you a shot every once in a while, whatever. But again, you didn't have to deal with those things. And I think about when when my dad played in the seventies. And there was pressure on them. But again, you could go out and somewhat beasts a normal person. If we just even saw Michigan athletes, if they even if they were over twenty one you see them at a bar pictures that arise with that. Oh, they're not dedicated to their team. They're not dedicated. Right. How are they doing that? Exactly. They're out having too much fun. They're not they're not concentrating on the on the sport. They're not giving their all they got to have some levity to got to have a balance and equal balance. Got to or it's gonna drive you crazy. Drive. You crazy real people. Exactly. That's I mean, these are real. Yes. They are real people. Just like you just like I was happy. You know? I don't I was kind of torn on that Amazon series because I don't want it to serve as distractions for different things like that. That was my biggest thing that I liked about it. Because again, I have the distinct advantage of I was the son of a former athlete in a pro athlete. So I see that. Hey, these guys are real people, and they deal with things just like anybody else. Does they have hard times they deal with stress? They have, you know, problems just like anybody else. But again, I don't think the majority of the general public feels that way. And I was happy that that Amazon series could help humanize these players, though, a lot of people said that well, but again, it shouldn't take it shouldn't take something like that for people to realize that they're human beings. You look at them. They're human being no realize that they're not human. They're just there are athletes. We own them. There are guys and they play until we blow the whistle. And that's the I get it. Again. I want you to love your player. Jamie trashy too late your team. But it's crazy. It's out there. And you know, what they troll them if they don't do. Well, if they lose did you see wait a minute. I'll give you an example. The things that came out. And I'm not talking about braille. And that's another thing. Yeah. But all the other things that people said about that team after the Notre Dame. Absolutely. Jay, we're crazy. I mean, we will talk at one game was I made sure I was mad. But those players are even more matter dare even more upset. Close. Right. I'm close. But but Jamie, but that's part of college athletics, even more. So than pro it's something that we identify with. I'm a Michigan graduate identify with the university of Michigan. And how a lot of how that transcended into the public view a lot of times with our sports teams. It's a big part of it. It's in the the focal in the news and in focus more so than most other things that happen here at the university. I love we we do incredible things, but we're not we don't have a twenty four hour news cycle dedicated to what's going on with developments in science arts, and the other wonderful things that we're doing here at Michigan. With these sports. It is. Well, it's different it. It is a look it's a great breakaway from real world situations. What goes on in in the world today? Sports is a great reliever of that. But that's what it is. It's a sport. It's not real. It's this is not real world. It's just a sport. It's a game. But a lot of people take it to another level. And I get it. I get it. They want to they want to get away from what what really going on whatever's going on in their lives. But look eventually you gotta go back to the real world. But enjoy the sport. That's what it's there for. But again, but so many people they're real world. They they can say, hey, it's built around the university of Michigan. Would I was able to get my degree? Then got me my job, which then you know, some people are fortunate enough. My big brother he met his wife here at the university of Michigan. A lot of. People attribute a lot of their life. To that block them. And that's that's cool. I look, and that's that's part of the connected. But even so Jamie is much where you know, those people it still doesn't compare even if you made millions off of coming in this university Notre Dame millions back this, and that nothing compares to the dedication that those players because that's their life. That is their life that they're putting on that field for all of these fans. No, you're right. Seven three four nine thousand eight hundred fifty. All right. So I mean, I really I why was he gonna say I'm not going back to that whole thing with with Bosa and again with certain guys in certain situations. You don't want everybody to do this. But not everybody can not very many people who are in a position like Joey Bosa where they can afford, Nick. I'm sorry, Nick Bosa wrong though, too many of them down there. That's all. Again, there's not very many people how many people can afford to sit out half a year a whole year and go into the draft most players need to be playing. So they can be thought of to be drafted that high. Most guys don't have that luxury. So I don't think it's going to happen a lot. But yeah, it's just the product. I think it's more of a product of the time that we live in and just the evolution of sports. Right. No. I agree when he were coming out. I'm sure that those first overall picks were making a lot of money, but certainly not like today. No. But see that's how important sports have become. That's how sports I mean. People pay money for sports. They want things. I mean, it's become it's become incredible. But that being said. You wouldn't pass it up. If you had the opportunity, let's say, and you I'm saying people out anyone. Jamie. And that's again, how many times do you say put yourself in their shoes? And not not me. You know, you being a thirty year old whatever actually put yourself in their shoes where you're twenty years old. You have this opportunity. I talked about again going back to my days in New York, Carmelo Anthony when he signed his his big deal before move into going on his low trip that he's gone he signed. I think his max was one hundred and twenty eight million and he signed for one hundred and Twenty-one million and people were saying, oh, you know, he's still didn't do enough for the team. He didn't give up that much to come back and this and that and I said, oh, no, no, no, he gave up seven million dollars. That compared to the total of what he's making. It doesn't matter. What it's compared to how much he's making. He's giving up seven million dollars. How many people when you're starting a new job? Would you go to and take less than what they offer, you know, or less than what you could get who in their right mind. Would you get what you can? And what you think you're worth again, bringing up athletes in particular. Most people start a job start a career, and then continued to earn more money as they continue to go on through their livelihood. Your athletes. That's not the case. It's the opposite where they have that opportunity to make money when they're younger, and then that doesn't last very long. And like I said it's a short span. There are some great athletes. I'll give an exempt Tom Brady look at Tom Brady. He he is somebody you can go to and it makes sense. But overall football life is two point five years in football. Football's like, that's what happens you guess what for every Tom Brady? You know, the guy that I think Stevie Brown, right? Michigan player here who work had to work so hard to get on the practice squad. Then headed chance with the giants playing a little bit with the raiders. But there's one hundred Stevie Browns for every Tom Brady. No, you're right. You guys are not not the norm. Tom Brady drew Brees, those guys who have gone on to those long lustiest crews. I mean a ten year career in the NFL, especially in today's age. I mean, that's almost that's on. Now. Oh, wait a minute. Now, you got athletes. Look there are athletes now that don't even play on playing ten years. They don't I mean with the concussion protocol your body different things. Like that guys are saying, no, I'm not staying here this long, I'm just gonna play to a certain number. And then I'm outta here. I'm going I'm going to the real real life job. Just the way it is. But that being said we've gotten smarter. I mean, that's the thing we've gotten smarter about injuries we gotten smarter about our bodies we gotten smarter that, you know, I don't wanna live in this pressure cooker. It's become a pressure cooker with with. I mean in the pros you got fantasy sports. Those people are mad. Well, did you see what you see what happened after the the ends of the Rams Rams Packers game? Yeah. Early headed thing. But the people in in people in in the fantasy world we're crazy because he didn't score will not just the fancy world the betting world Vegas. They said that that was over a million dollars. Swing on that on that him taking the knee versus going into the touchdown. Oh, I know it as he shouldn't because he's a football player. He shouldn't be worrying he came out after the game and said, I don't I don't care about your bets or your fantasy league. I'm trying to win a football game. Right. And that's the thing. I look look sometimes you got to separate. I mean, I know the NFL likes to say, we don't we're not keen on his betting thing or anything like that. They don't want it around them. But it is around. And it's a big part of it. It is I'm sorry. But it's a big part of it. But that being said the players and out that's tell you something about Todd Gurley. He'll care. He was helping his team out. He was trying to get his team a win and run out the clock. Not trying to score points for whoever for who. Bet it on the game for who got him on a fantasy team and all of that he didn't care. You're not making it worth as well. Probably. And I'm talking about the fantasy people you take Todd Gurley Todd Gurley should get a piece of that. If you want those points and everything. You want to win the league and not get that tattoo the ugly ass tattoo. You got you're going to get one of those you now you can tell us I didn't play didn't play this year. And I didn't finish last last year. Finished third third third third to last boss Matt in the house resume what's going on reach my backpack. Remers penalty. Flag penalty flag AWS on the air. Sorry. What is this the wvu? No, not the. Woo. Sports bar. I was just being I'm in fatty I thought it was a ticket..

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"university notre dame" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"university notre dame" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"We it was we went out and we met with, the players we went to legends tour events which is that. The senior tour for women and we went to LPGA events we've been. Meeting with players since two thousand fourteen before we even, announced this in two thousand. Fifteen asking them what do you wanna see what do you. Want the experience to be like an and quite frankly we studied distances we watch how they played? Golf we weren't sure? How long they were gonna hit the golf ball three or four years ago. And so, you, know one of the cool parts of this experience here Chicano golf club this week we're allowing fans to walk down. The fairways with the, players that was the number one thing. The players that they wanted interaction with the fans and we wanted the fans to have that interaction back with the players and so, you know We have. Ropes around, the greens and tees and then just like our Walker copper US Amador you see two hundred. People just following the group along the, fairway so whether you're here just to see Chicago golf club and this magnificent, venue, or because you wanna be up close and personal with the golfers. It presents that perfect fan experience, for anybody who's here and I've talked to a number a couple of players. And one of the things I did say to the credit of the j I mean the the the LPGA, players have been chasing this? Dog for a long long time but I said to the credit of, the US Jay. When they launched the event they. Gave they gave them a signature location Chicago golf in of itself, stands as an attraction for. Championship this is a, first class venue it's one of our five founding clubs of the. US she, it's history architecture I mean this is this is this is the midwest Augusta National for for, those who don't know it it's such a pure, piece of property and I think for people that have the opportunity to. Come out this week See it I it's just a phenomenal place and and, you know we wanted this to be a first class experience for. The players it. Really was it was the right time for us to do. This championship I think with, the purse we've put out there at a million dollars with the Menes whether it be, brand new Lexus courtesy cars for players or having people greet them at the airport and put them in a car to get their, courtesy cars the name plates. In lockers we wanted this to be all around the best experience possible for it to hearken back to when they were playing in US, women's opens you know the the biggest golf event in the world for. For women and I think you know the players have said it time and, time again the. US shake, got. It right and we feel really good. About that and as, we talk it's, third round you've had a little rain, this morning but through, this week what have you? Learned new You know. What. I I've been amazed at one how good, these women are still I think back to the days of watching some of these players. Competed, for sills when St Louis had an LPGA event, and as a kid you know you you were just in our. And then here. I am you know gosh however many years later and I've. Seen the same players and, I'm still in awe at their personalities at how they interact and how well they hit, the golf ball and so I think that's been the most fun and the other part of it really has been this has been, like a high school reunion. For so many of these players whether it's JoAnne Karner Hollis Taseer or are these women who who've done tremendous things and then you see, Julie Inkster who who's who's just behind it still competing on the LPGA. Tour well and they're all getting each other's autographs and make sure they signed, stuff and it's. Just been, a. Cool week in that regard eight it. Gives you a personal, sense of fulfillment. And I can't imagine what these women, are feeling out here, and then have final question For Mets Wicky and you mentioned a cool week. And and that? Goes, to the calendar because next year you go to pine needles. Is this July date pretty much where this event is going to be going forward you know one of the things we've tried to do at, the US as, we've tried to create a US j. championship season and. So I, think, what, you're going to see is are open championships conducted every couple of weeks and that starts with the women's open up front in may that's gonna roll into the. Men's US open in June on its traditional Father's. Day date and I think you're gonna see the. Senior Open senior women's open either on the front end or on the back, end depending on the, year, in, the venue but you know we we go to. Such great venues at the US here country are Chicago golf club, Shinnecock Hills this year for open championships, another Seth Rainer golf course in Charleston and Pebble Beach next year for. Our men's and women's and then we've got a really. Cool. Venue for a two senior championships will planet, the Warren course at Notre Dame which is a phenomenal public. Off course on the campus At the university Notre Dame and then this pioneers which has an illustrious, history which has seen on a win Cari web win The best part about working at the US. As the places we get to go to and it's been a wonderful experience and I'm blessed to be able to. Do, it and you're. Hearing about and hopeful enough that sometime that's. What he's going to run a championship for the Saint Louis I I can't wait it would be a privilege to do that I can't wait to get back to Bellary even August just to see so many friends that I still have their that club did. So much for me personally and where. I am professionally because the people I met the experiences I had as a caddy, there I wish them the best of success and I, hope one day we've got. A number of US shea championships coming back no matter where it is in Saint Louis and look I, hope people come out we've got the women's medium there in. Saint Louis, at at at a great venue in at Norwood hills and so can't, wait to get back there in the fall and again I Saint, Louis is. Such a. Special place such a. Great. Golf. Towns such wonderful sports community, that hopefully, we continue to be invited back continued success Mets you thanks for the time okay more thanks Dan And I appreciate it quick break in her back ran jarash next. On the overhead door company of Saint Louis golf show.

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"university notre dame" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"university notre dame" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Response will likely include nontariff actions that could include more esoteric barriers to us business in china like tighter regulation or restrictions on licensing earlier china had issued a much more tempered response saying they go we go hi now it feels a little bit more like well game on in on kong i'm bryan curtis bloomberg daybreak brian thank you equities in china and hong kong sold off in the wake of the latest shots on trade and bloomberg's julie at sally has the details from our singapore bureau karen the shanghai composite slipped further into bear market territory while the csi three hundred closed down one point seven percent as stokes from bedsheet makers to a power good sellers to air conditioning manufacturers were sold off copper nickel and zinc futures also slumped while the chinese yuan fell point four of one percent against the dollar in both the on and offshore markets the japanese yen remarkably held quite steady at one hundred eleven to the delivering asian trade but japanese stocks were hit hard the nikkei closing down one one point two percent in tokyo to twenty one thousand nine hundred thirty two points in singapore juliet solly bloomberg daybreak truly thank you the esscalation on trade has spurred advances in the dollar and treasuries while you was futures and european stocks had sharply lower marvin lo is senior global market strategist for being why mellon the whole situation with china the us is very critical particularly for china i believe the situations get worse trump is not going to give in emerging market stocks and currencies are also declining this morning mark mobias go founder of moebius capital partners says we are now in uncharted waters equities are by no means chief so they will be one of the first asset classes to feel this if we start to get a more significant risk off move let's say treasure you'll starting to collapse and messages that might be associated with that i think we start to worry that this might domino so far the trade wars hitting chinese talks harder than us equities here's in china have entered a bear market while the sp five hundred is within about three percent of a record high well trained sparks china for layer president trump is in brussels today for nato's annual summit bloomberg's and marie horner and joins us live from nato headquarters in brussels with the latest good morning ed murray good morning karen and bob here while nato meetings have been historically pretty ritual this year's is already proving to be contentious before president donald trump met with nato's secretary general this morning he attacked germany he said it's very sad when germany makes a massive oil and gas deal with russia where we're supposed to be guarding against russia this place to trump's call for nato members to spend more undefended he ready sent his counterparts letters now he's here in brussels in person calling for every country to spend at least two percent of gdp defense this agreement was struck into doesn't fourteen and they have countries until two thousand twenty four they're expected to reach that but the only countries currently doing it right now besides the united states are the uk greece estonia and poland president trump has also been linking us spending europe's defense with america's trade deficit with europe europe and michael dash director of international security center university notre dame says the two are apples and oranges but that hasn't stopped the president from emerging grievances together especially on his twitter account live from nato headquarters in brussels ann marie hordern bloomberg daybreak emory thank you when when those meetings with nato leaders conclude president trump travels to the uk to meet theresa may is visit comes at a time when tory rebels are considering a last ditch effort to stop the prime minister's plan for soft brexit bloomberg's sebastian selleck is live in london with the latest good morning sebastian good morning karen will senior tories have hopefully you're a skeptics who wants a more decisive split from the eu have only one choice left to vote down the final withdrawal agreement when it comes to parliament for preval if they succeed there's no second what could follow in the aftermath uk would be on cost to crash out to the eu without an overall agreement that could force bay from power or trigger an election in to win cross party backing we've seen as team beginning briefing the main opposition labor party us in the hope of being able to persuade them to support her plans but it's only fueling the infighting among the conservatives in.

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"university notre dame" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"university notre dame" Discussed on Super Station 101

"The curb and ridiculed in maligned by both republicans and democrats in the bipartisan kabbal that have been running this country into the ground they were tired of it that's why the elected trump even knowing all of you know ito trump's past he's not perfect the stuff he said about you know women the stuff a you know all the stuff out there they knew all that and they still elected him so if the if the elites in dc and new york still don't understand that that i i don't at this i really just can't spend a lot of time on them and i can't help them a ah i understand you think trump is uncouth now move on is are the policies working or or policies and results don't matter at all because he's such a vulgarity and to you so policies don't matter results don't matter supreme court justices don't matter because you think trump's of all garin annually in these people wonder why they can't elect anyone with their world view anymore because there's no constituents stitcher and see for what they're selling there's this none all right we have a lot more to get to on the laura ingraham show eight five five forty laura i'll dig into this poll that the left is claimed to on the global citizenry paul are you worked up about the fact that the global population apparent it has a low view of the united states right now remember what president trump said i'm not running to be president of the world i'm running to be president of the united states we don't fly a global flag we fly the flag of the red white and blue of america and we believe in this country in her great as we're gonna make it even greater that's what he campaigned on then campaign i'm being you know running under the un flag we'll take a break eight five five forty laura here los angeles we're gonna talk to congressman mark meadows as showdown over the shutdown continues senator jim langford from oklahoma is going to join us and the march for life today in washington d c hundreds of thousands turning out thank goodness it's good weather and m my kids ago and were get uh a hundred buses one hundred buses from just one university notre dame all young people the marches so inspiring and we'll be talking about the importance of.

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"university notre dame" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"university notre dame" Discussed on Super Station 101

"The curb and ridiculed and maligned by both republicans and democrats in the bipartisan kabbal that have been running this country into the ground there we're tired of it that's why they elected trump even knowing all of you know it oh trump's past he's not perfect the stuff he said about you know women the stuff a you know all the stuff out there they knew all that and they still elected him so if the if the elites in dc in new york still don't understand that that i i don't at this point i really just can't spend a lot of time on them and i can't help them a i i understand you think trump is uncouth now move on is are the policies working or or policies and results don't matter at all because he's such a vulgarity and to you some policies don't matter results don't matter supreme court justices don't matter because you think trump's of all garin and you're in these people wonder why they can't elect anyone with their world view anymore because there's no constituents stitcher nc for what they're selling there's this not all right we have a lot more to get to on the laura ingraham show eight five five forty laura i'll dig into this poll that the left is clinging to on the global citizenry paul are you worked up about the fact that the global population apparently has a low view of the united states right now remember what president trump said i'm not running to be president of the world i'm running to be president of the united states we don't fly a global flag we fly the flag of the red white and blue of america and we believe in this country in her great aunt's we're gonna make it even greater that's what he campaigned on then campaign i'm being you know running under the un flag we'll take a break eight five five forty laura here los angeles we're gonna talk to congressman mark meadows as showdown over the shutdown continues senator jim lankford from oklahoma is going to join us and the march for life today in washington d c hundreds of thousands turning out thank goodness it's good weather and m my kids ago and were at two hundred buses one hundred buses from just one university notre dame all young people the the marches so inspire and we'll be talking about the importance of.

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"university notre dame" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"university notre dame" Discussed on WCTC

"Don't at this point i really just can't spend a lot of time on them and i can't help them a i understand you think trump has uncouth now move is are the policies working or or policies and results don't matter at all because he's such a vulgar gary into eu policies don't matter results don't matter supreme court justices don't matter because you think trump's of all garin and you in these people wonder why they can't elect anyone with their world view anymore because there's no constituents stitcher and see for what they're selling there's this none all right we have a lot more to get to on the laura ingraham show eight five five forty laura i'll dig into this poll that the left is clinging to on the global citizenry poll are you worked up about the fact that god the global population apparently has a low view of the united states right now remember what president trump said i'm not running to be president of the world i'm running to be president of the united states we don't fly a global flag we fly the flag of the red white and blue of america and we believe in this country in her greatness we're gonna make it even greater that's what he campaigned on then campaign i'm being you know running under the un flag we'll take a break eight five five forty laura here los angeles we're gonna talk to congressman mark meadows as showdown over the shutdown continues senator jim lankford from oklahoma is going to join us and the march for life today in washington d c hundreds of thousands turning out thank goodness it's good weather and m my kids ago and were hundred buses one hundred buses from just one university notre dame all young people the the marches so inspire during and we'll be talking about the importance of this issue in what donald trump did that no other president had done before for this day don't go away man.

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"university notre dame" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"university notre dame" Discussed on KOIL

"Don't at this point i really just can't spend a lot of time on them and i can't help them a ah i understand you think trump is uncouth now move on is are the policies working or or policies and results don't matter at all because he's such a vulgarity and to you too policies don't matter results don't matter supreme court justices don't matter because you think trump's of all garin annually in these people wonder why they can't elect anyone with their world view anymore because there's no constituents did you and see for what they're selling there's is just not all right we have a lot more to get to on the laura ingraham show eight five five forty laura i'll dig into this poll that the left is clinging to on the global citizenry poll are you worked up about the fact that the global population apparently has a low view of the united states right now remember what president trump said i'm not running to be president of the world i'm running to be president of the united states we don't fly a global flag we fly the flag of the red white and blue of america and we believe in this country in her great aunt's we're gonna make it even greater that's what he campaigned on then campaign i'm being you know running under the un flag we'll take a break eight five five forty laura here in los angeles we're gonna talk to congressman mark meadows as showdown over the shutdown continues senator jim langford from oklahoma is gonna join us and the march for life today in washington d c hundreds of thousands turning out thank goodness it's good weather and m my kids ago and were we get a hundred buses one hundred buses from just one university notre dame all young people the the marches so inspire during and we'll be talking about the importance of this issue and what donald trump did that no other president had done before for this day don't go away mm.

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"university notre dame" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"university notre dame" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Rulings final and cannot be appealed a fact that has served three and a half years of the sentence already so we'll spend the next year and a half and prison the probation means he will have to spend up to twelve hours a day in a police station for another five years once he is released a factor was convicted of inciting a two thousand thirteen protests that broke a law barring public gatherings without government approval is also on trial in another case of insulting the judiciary with the verdict scheduled in december according to human rights watch the us backed government to present abdelfattah sisi has arrested or charged at least sixty thousand people forcibly disappeared hundreds for months at a time and to down preliminary debts uh more and sent more than fifteen thousand civilians to military courts back in the united states of black lives matter activist and citizen journalist whose protest photo went viral has been elected to serve on the city council of charlotte north carolina the photo of braxton winston from last year shows him raising a fist in front of a line of riot police as he joined protests against the killing of keith lamont scott and african american father who was shot by a charlotte police officer who was later acquitted for the killing winston has promised to focus on economic development and police accountability meanwhile voters in northern virginia have elected thirty year old democrat and marine veteran leak carter to the state house of delegates carter identifies as a democratic socialist he defeated longtime incumbent republican jackson miller the state's majority whip in texas 47yearold mexican citizen rubin ramirez cardenas died on wednesday evening after prison officials injected him with a single lethal dose of the drug pentobarbitone card masses 'execution came two decades after he was convicted of murdering his 16yearold cousin the execution came over the strong objections of mexican diplomats who say texas violated cardenist is due process rights failed to consider conflicting testimony by witnesses at his trial and refused to allow new dna testing in indiana the university of notre dame is reversed a plan to stop covering birth control for faculty staff and students following major protests at the catholic university notre dame's attempt to restrict contraceptive coverage came less than one month after.

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"university notre dame" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

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"university notre dame" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"Its about a syrian woman a woman of syrian descent who teaches in long island nc travels to iraq and syria and visits relatives and documents what's going on um because she she said you know we're witnessing a genocide and no one's talking amounted um and so so i think it's important to keep in mind to there are a lot of christians right now i mean there's a lot of people all religions but there's a lot of christians right now that are are being killed simply because they're christian and the idea that we wouldn't somehow play a part in trying to save them i i i i mean it's good that we're going to let in 45000 emigrants are fought for the five thousand refugees um but it's sad knowing what's going on right now i mean just simpson i am encouraged our listers if you want to find out more university notre dame they've they've put together a documentary nsa rates resources is called under caesars sorts if you google under caesar soared but some of the stats they share in iraq in two thousand three the one point two million christians in iraq now that numbers less than five hundred thousand another staff the share is um eighty percent of all acts of religious discrimination the role now are happening against christians um and seventy six percent of the world population lives in a religiously your repressive society but particularly in the middle east i mean christianity is just being devastated just devastated and um there there's some sad news i don't know if it's sad news but recently the kurds have voted overwhelmingly to secede from iraq and it certainly understandable but what that is going to do as it's going to stop rebuilding efforts and there's a big project to try to renew the knin of the plane because a lot of christians lived in that area um so so there's some disturbing news about about how how are we going to do that now if if kurds the seeds from iraq that's going to is gonna create some borders and it's going to create a whole nother level of logistical challenges so so pray for the christians there are living there they're living under extraordinarily difficult conditions and in.

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