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Fresh update on "wallace" discussed on Ron St. Pierre

Ron St. Pierre

01:01 min | 14.2861724 sec ago

Fresh update on "wallace" discussed on Ron St. Pierre

"The National Guard is in place in Cleveland ahead of the first presidential debate tomorrow night. Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson says his city is ready for National Guard was brought in northern Deuces Low acid. The first debate takes place tomorrow night at 9 P.m. Eastern, with Fox News Sunday. Anchor Chris Wallace moderating A federal judge is blocking President Trump's ban on Tic tac. The temporary injunction came just hours before downloads of the video sharing APP. We're set to stop to detect ox parent company's links with China. Tech giant Oracle is working to buy TIC Tac from bike dance in an effort to ensure a tic tac remains active in the US and President Trump is pushing back on attacks against his nominee for the Supreme Court. He called out questions concerning Amy Conti barrettes religious beliefs, noting that she's Catholic seriously, they're going after her Catholicism's Will stand. With her fight with her. Trump is hoping to have her confirmed before the November election. That's politics. Philip Nash, NBC news radio. Radio 9 21 of 47. FM Sports Monday Night Football. Kansas City Chiefs over the Ravensthirty for.

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The only debate moderator to return, Fox's Wallace preps

Michael Berry

00:12 sec | 12 hrs ago

The only debate moderator to return, Fox's Wallace preps

"Underway for the first presidential debate tomorrow night in Cleveland. Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace will moderate the 90 minute event with topics to include Corona virus, The Supreme Court and racial unrest in the country will have the debate right

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Fresh update on "wallace" discussed on Fox News Rundown

Fox News Rundown

01:20 min | 3 min ago

Fresh update on "wallace" discussed on Fox News Rundown

"Off tonight in Cleveland, looking very forward to Americans are voting. We must listen to them. Now. Fox is Jared Halpern says the pandemic will make this a very different style of presidential debate. Fewer than 100 or so people are expected in the debate hall, including ticketed guest media security in health safety staff, Fox's Chris Wallace will moderate the 90 minute debate, and director James Cameron says. The first sequel to the box office. Smash Avatar is complete, and we're sort of 95% complete on Avatar three. Cameron says. They're lucky. They chose New Zealand as a film location because it handled the pandemic so well. America's listening, Fox This is the Fox News rundown now looking sports, the Tampa Bay Lightning bolt out of the bubble Stanley Cup champs. Stay hustle back for it on trying to get there and the trigger pulled. Something went. Why that time was good. Rome on they lightning have won. Doc Emmerich on NBC Sports Network. The Lightning with the.

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New York - Newark Launches Investment Fund To Support Black And Latino-Owned Businesses

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

01:05 min | 15 hrs ago

New York - Newark Launches Investment Fund To Support Black And Latino-Owned Businesses

"Is creating a fund to support black and Latino owned businesses. WCBS reporter Mac Rosenberg has the story. Painting slogans and streets and reforming police departments is not enough, says Mayor Ross Baraka. It's time, he says that Newark utilized the big corporations it has right in its backyard. We need these anchor institutions and financial institutions in this city that make billions of dollars in the footprint of north and along its corridors to contribute to the wealth and success of the majority of its residents. It's called the Newark 40 Acres and a Mule fund, a reference to what was promised, but never given to blacks after the Civil war. The goal is to raise $100 million. Wayne Meyer is president of NJ Community Capital, which has signed on for an investment trying to level the playing field for black and brown businesses that are left out of the mainstream capital in terms of providing access to capital. Other companies that have signed on our P S, E N G and T A fund has raised $2 Million so far in Newark. Mac Rosenberg, WCBS news radio 80.

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Fresh update on "wallace" discussed on Ron St. Pierre

Ron St. Pierre

01:28 min | 8 min ago

Fresh update on "wallace" discussed on Ron St. Pierre

"Brian Morgenstern told Fox News yesterday that President Trump is ready to debate his Democratic challenger. He's ready to defend his record of job creation of economic growth of national security, replacing endless wars with peace deals. Andrea Lee upending Washington in a way it typically has worked. And Dr Jill Biden, standing by her man's This hubby Joe is going to do a good job. One of the things I'm excited for. Is when the American people See Joe Biden up there on that stage. They're going to see what a president looks like. Somebody was trying to prepare but kind of flying blind because they don't know what to respect. That's the city of Cleveland hosting this event tonight, protests expected The mayor there, Frank Jackson. He says the National Guard has actually been brought in. To ensure that whatever was occurring Administration of broadcast a Peaceful way and Cleveland police chief. His name is Calvin Williams. He says the debate significance can't be underscored. We're here to make sure that it's in a safe manner for all people to exercise their constitutional rights. So the debate actually begins at nine o'clock tonight. Our coverage begins at eight. The moderator tonight will be Chris Wallace from Fox News at 6 50. Let's go to the roadways. Once again. Check in with John Hamlet in.

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Amazon announces dates for delayed Prime Day sales

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:24 sec | 16 hrs ago

Amazon announces dates for delayed Prime Day sales

"With money news. Here's Bloomberg's Tracy Junkie Michael Amazons Prime Day sales event is so big and sponsor so many copycats. It has lifted July retail sales numbers in some years. Amazon has the dates for it's a delayed prime day October. 13th and 14th and Target now says it will also host in online shopping event on those days. Called deal

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Fresh update on "wallace" discussed on Hugh Hewitt

Hugh Hewitt

01:58 min | 10 min ago

Fresh update on "wallace" discussed on Hugh Hewitt

"I gotta date wrong and I got a ratings figure wrong. So don't worry in my book on Mitt Romney. I started the Korea War two years wrong, So it's a fair first got that started. The Korea work is fact checkers can't check dates and I was so relieved When I went through the book when it was finally printed. I only found two of the mistakes that I know about, because when you write a 300 page book, you're reading it direct, dreading what you're going to find in the final version, but No finding errors actually makes people should make people more confident in the entirety of something because it shows that there's an accountability in a trance. Like you know, when we're talking about it. I think it shows an openness. Okay, then let's go. More broadly, I think when, when journalists make corrections or make admissions, I think that strengthens journalism. Let's talk a little bit about your coverage of Fox's coverage of the pandemic, which is not excellent, but no network and no broadcaster. Except yours truly got it right. I covered the virus in December and January Endlessly I got Robert O'Brien on this show in January is say it with deadly and dangerous. No one would listen to me. How can you single out Fox when everybody missed a story that I just a little humble radio host with 300 affiliates with telling everybody every day was going to kill millions of people? Hi. It's exaggeration. There's a lot of responsibility a lot of blame to go around mayors and governors, etcetera. But Fox has the biggest platform so it should be scrutinized Box has the biggest audience on cable and has a direct line to the president. The president's Ms informed by the network all the time, so it deserves attention. I hear from Fox fans who say, Why do you cover Fox? Well, it's bigger than a network. It's it's the It's the most important media company in the country. And I would argue it's more than a media company who would argue it's it's like right next to the GOP as its own institution in American life. But you know, the president calls my network, an arm of the DNC. He calls your network fake news, but we used to be so. You should be pissed about that. You know, I'm not too sits entertainment. I think else all entertainment. Look, I'm just I've been in this business for 30 years. I've been doing this for 30 years. It's all entertainment. Everybody is the same, Brian, you need ratings. I need ratings. We gotta sell soap were all the same except for the journalists on the frontline. Let John Fisher burned out that that's not what I wake up thinking about. I think about I have an hour on TV. How am I going to use it really well and get as much information as I can. I am not thinking about the ratings. But I want you to think about what I try and do good, But I get three hours a day. 15 hours a week is bring anybody's point of view and bring every fact that matters. So you should know that the primary sub sorts of the dossier is a Russian agent. And the fact that you don't is why people don't trust CNN because they don't know that you guys ever look on the other side of the story. I read as much as I can. But there are much bigger priorities in this country right now, frankly than a four year old dossier. I understand it's part of the right wing fantasy land. No, no, Bryan was Brian's story. Here, hear me on this really do hear me. I spent six years in the Department of Justice. The White House counsel's office got confirmed by the Senate. The idea that a handful of F B I and other people, perhaps in the intelligence community, were trying to take down the president, using an illegal attack upon his election is perhaps the most scandalous effort I've ever seen to undermine the president the beginning of his presidency ever in American history, and you're not interested in that. I'm interested in the overall subject, but I'm also interested in Look. The Comey rules on Showtime, too. Last night tomorrow, haven't watched it on behind on a bunch of things, but that paints a very different picture than what you said right that paints a picture of an FBI terrified that the president was possibly compromised by Russia. And you don't seem to have your door open to that possibility. I've read everything. And I happen to believe quite firmly. Jim Garrity was out of his mind. I've read everything I know. I read it all. I want to give you the last moment. Yesterday. You said this on Fox being on on sea and I want to play the blind audio from yesterday. When you got it. The Brian Audio About Chris Wallace. Nobody. I know what I said. I know you know what you said. You said he was painted by journalist. But does he have the fox taint on him? Yeah, not Brian. I looked it up the first time I could find the word Fox take with a Jennifer Rubin column I've never seen it used before accepting hoax. I think it's really a terrible thing to say about all those hardworking journalists, especially the ones who going to war zones. I don't believe there's a Fox Tate on Chris Wallace. Do you really believe there is I didn't say there was I asked my guest if there was and all of my guest defended Chris Wallace. I do think there's a lot of liberals in this country. You look at it and say, Why is a Fox guy have a debate? But I think he is the right Fox guy to have a debate. And, you know, I was asking one of his friends of the weekend. I said, Is this a Fox debate? They said No. It's a Chris Wallace debate. That's a big difference. Well, if we're going to be that tomorrow night, let's say on this Fox tape. I know Byron York I know Guy Benson. I went to Guy Benson's wedding with Meghan Kelly sitting across from me. I know these people have no taint on them. They're great journalist. There is no such thing as a fox ain't there absolutely is on some people. You know, A lot of friendships have been ruined in the trump era. People that used to be friends with brother here. Don't talk to him. Now. I'll talk to him now. They think he's complicity in a propaganda machine. Do you believe that Bread is the best journalist on TV? Bread is the best anchor on TV. Do you agree with me on that? Bret Bear is a solid news anger, but his show also leading to the right, and it's symbolic of how all the shows on Fox had become trump here overtime. I know that some people might disagree with me, but I make the case in host you do and hopes is a must read. You got to go. It's nine o'clock at the heart out. Come back Brian Stelter. It's good to talk to you. Thank you very much like the entire interview is posted at hughhewitt dot com. The transcript thanks to Dwayne And I believe that video is available at our YouTube channel and might correct about that. Is that gun up And here is my relief factor dot com pitch because it's that time in the morning, seven miles today, after the show I was busy. Fielding calls about the Brian Shelter interview. That was very interesting. Jamie Weinstein sent me a podcast, which listen, Brian's very engaging guest. He caught so much grief for that interview. Because I think you should I should send him really factor dot com because you've been beaten down all day long because he said he didn't care about the steel doctor didn't know about it. Relief factor dot com Going Get it this morning. 1995 is the starter Pack Thiss is the Hugh Hughes. 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How to watch the first presidential debate between Trump and Biden

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:45 sec | 20 hrs ago

How to watch the first presidential debate between Trump and Biden

"The first presidential debate happens tomorrow night, President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden will lock horns in Cleveland. It's a 90 minute debate moderated by Chris Wallace, who was the host of Fox News Sunday. Wallace shows six topics for the debate. The Trump and Biden Records the Supreme Court Corona virus, the economy. Race and violence in US cities and the integrity of the upcoming election, their tomb or debates on the 15th and 22nd of October. The vice presidential debate is set for October 7th. And when that debate happens, you can hear it live right here on Kogo. That is tomorrow you'll have a chance to weigh in as well. With Lou Penrose and Mark Larsen live and taking your calls. That's starting at six

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Fresh update on "wallace" discussed on Austin's Morning News

Austin's Morning News

02:21 min | 24 min ago

Fresh update on "wallace" discussed on Austin's Morning News

"It is 5 30 in Good morning on Patrick Osborne, Topping Austin's news just ahead of the election. Williams and County Sheriff Robert showed he now has himself a court date. Jodie, who is up for reelection, faces tampering with evidence charges related to life PT recordings of the 2019 death of Javier Ambler. His lawyer, Jerry Morris, says Jodi is a scapegoat for the D A is handling the case. The indictment says the sheriff Cody destroyed this evidence with intent to keep it from being involved in the Instigation. Why in the world would he do that? The videos show that his death ease did nothing wrong is there is also a body camera, car camera and aerial footage to back that up. John Cooley. NewsRadio Kale. BJ. Jody's first court appearance is scheduled for November. 30th, which is weeks after the election. Austin attorney Jason Nazar is also facing a charge of tampering with evidence. Also in the news after much anticipation. The first presidential debate will take place tonight in Cleveland. Tonight's clash in Cleveland between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden is expected to be one of the most highly watched presidential debates in U. S history. For Joe Biden. His debate plan is simple. Driving home the point that the November election is a referendum on President Trump for the president. His goal is to use the debates. To make the point that this is a choice election and remind voters what he's done and explain what he'll do that's knew in a second term. The moderator for tonight's debate, Fox's Chris Wallace is expected to cover a range of topics, including the economy, the Supreme Court and the Corona virus Pandemic in Washington. John Decker Fox News. There's a lot of expectation. Tonight's debate will be filled with plenty of highlights. But the question still remains of how it might actually impact the polls. University of Houston political scientists Brendan running House says to expect tonight's debate to be one of the nastiest in recent time with significant mudslinging but not much impact. Most of the scholarship shows that people who are watching already decided and simply kind of want to watch a good game. Rice University political scientist Mark Jones agrees, but thinks the pressure is clearly on Vice President Biden. It'll be out there on an island by himself without his handlers without his teleprompter, and we'll see how he performs. He doesn't have to beat Donald Trump. He doesn't even have to outperform him. He just has to perform cop. Innately. Chris Fox News Radio K L B J E Austin School District's reopening plan gets the okay from the Travis County Health Authority is pushing ahead with the plan to start phasing 25% of kids back on the campus on October 5th and Dr Marcus Scott says a eyes D still needs to be careful because Cove it is being spread with an extracurricular activities. Van In football in cheerleading, and we've also seen clusters associated with social activity. But on the plus side, he says spread is not happening in classrooms, he says. We have far more knowledge about the virus now than we did back in the spring, and there's plenty of PPG to go around so overall, Scott says he does approve of the plan at this stage in the pandemic..

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Trump and Biden are preparing for their first debate

AP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

Trump and Biden are preparing for their first debate

"President Trump has decided to skip any formal prep. While Joe Biden has been holding mock debate sessions with a Trump stand in, actually in previous years. The stand in substitutes have actually Donna Trump costume, but not this time. He's only representing the Republicans style and expected strategy. The 90 minute debate, moderated by Fox News host Chris Wallace is the first of three scheduled presidential debates. Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris, Biden's running mate, will also debate in October. I'm Julie Walker

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Chris Wallace won't fact check Trump and Biden during the debate

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 1 d ago

Chris Wallace won't fact check Trump and Biden during the debate

"2020 presidential debate takes place this Tuesday night in Cleveland, and despite lots of talk about how truthful the candidates have or haven't been, don't expect moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday to do what he factcheck ing that night. It's not the moderator's job, According to Frank J. Farren Toph, He's the co chair of the commission on Presidential Debates, which is putting on the event commissions function is to put on television before the people of the United States, the two candidates, they will act as they're going to act. We have no control over that, and then its for them to make judgment based upon what they've seen. With the debate just two days away, the candidates are taking a very different approach to debate prep campaign is promising a stark contrast in policy, personality and preparation. President Trump has decided to skip any formal prep, while Joe Biden has been holding mock debate sessions with a Trump standin, actually in previous years, the stand in substitutes have actually Donna Trump costume, but not this time. He's only representing the Republicans style and expected strategy. The 90 minute debate, moderated by Fox News host Chris Wallace is the first of three scheduled presidential debates. Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris, Biden's running mate, will also debate in October. I'm Julie Walker.

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President Trump nominates Amy Coney Barrett as Democrats threaten to slow down the process

Bob Brinker's Money Talk

02:09 min | 1 d ago

President Trump nominates Amy Coney Barrett as Democrats threaten to slow down the process

"News in Cleveland. We're live on the campus of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland Clinic, the site of the first debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden moderated by our very own Chris Wallace, who is preparing today. A Supreme Court vacancy. President Trump's third and his selection of Judge Jamie Cockney Barrett as his nominee. At a new twist to Tuesday night's debate will begin with Fox team coverage. Marc Maron is at the White House and Jackie Heinrich and Woman Delaware. Let's start with the latest on the president's Supreme Court pick and what we know about the timeline for a confirmation process, Mark President Trump hopes to fire up his base with his new Supreme Court nominee. But with election day fast approaching, the White House knows getting Judge Baird confirmed by the Senate will be contentious. It is a very proud moment. Indeed, lead Saturday, President Trump made it official. He's nominating seventh Circuit Appeals Court Judge Amy Barrett to the Supreme Court. She is a woman of unparalleled achievement, towering intellect, sterling credentials and unyielding loyalty to the Constitution. A favorite of the conservative establishment is a practicing Catholic graduate of Notre Dame and former clerk for the late Justice Antonin Scalia. History, social philosophy is mined to a judge must apply the law as written. Democrats are outraged. Republicans air pushing barrettes nomination Ford just five weeks before the election after Republicans blocked President Obama's nominee, Merrick Garland, for the same reason in 2016. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says Democrats are concerned with Barrett's record on abortion and religion. I will strongly strongly strongly oppose his nomination. Two GOP senators say they will not vote on the nominee before the election. But the majority of Republicans appear ready to hold hearings and Senate Judiciary Committee chair Lindsey Graham says his committee old four days of confirmation hearings beginning the week of October. 12th. The president told reporters last night he thinks Barrett's confirmation will move fairly fast and that he believes the confirmation vote. Britt will happen before Election Day. Marc Maron is reporting for the White House. Thank you, Mark. Now let's turn to

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Paris attack: Two people stabbed near former Charlie Hebdo office

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:31 sec | 3 d ago

Paris attack: Two people stabbed near former Charlie Hebdo office

"Investigation after two people were stabbed near the former offices of the satirical newspaper. Shall They have dough? The suspects under arrest? A motive is not known. Both victims are expected to survive. Christof, the lore of the Media Watch group Reporters Without Borders says it's clear the attacker chose that location. For its symbolism. It seems clearly to get an attack against a symbol of shall subdue. It happened in the same street in front of the same building. 12 people who worked at that magazine were killed in the terror attack there in 2015. WCBS news time for

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Knife attack leaves at least two wounded near Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Knife attack leaves at least two wounded near Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris

"Paris Police have opened a terrorism investigation after a knife attack near the former offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Police believe the machete wielding assailant is an 18 year old Pakistani already known to them. He was picked up shortly after the attack in which a man and a woman was seriously wounded. Christopher DeLuca, secretary general of RSF, reporters without Borders. Has no doubt the location in front of the former officers of Charlie Hebdo was chosen for its symbolism. This is clearly an attack against freedom of expression that as global expects, following the deadly 2015 attacks at those officers, the satirical newspaper now operates out of a secret, heavily guarded location. Elaine called CBS News Paris.

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New York City to allow year-round sidewalk dining

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:56 sec | 3 d ago

New York City to allow year-round sidewalk dining

"Good news for New York City restaurant owners and for their patrons who enjoy outdoor dining Mayor De Blasio announced he is making permanent and year round the city's Open restaurants initiative. That restaurant can use the part of the surrounding sidewalk and if they choose can use part of the Street as well and on his WN Y C broadcast, Deblasio called it an extraordinarily positive experiment that worked. We already have well over 10,000 restaurants participating. Almost 100,000 jobs have been saved, and we hope I believe this is going to make it a lot easier for restaurants to survive, and the mayor also noted the combination of open streets and open restaurants in which restaurants could expand well out into the streets on weekends. Is also being made permanent, he said. 87 streets now take part in the city hopes to expand that number. Rich lam WCBS news radio 8 80.

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New York Yankees will start playoffs on road after sloppy Miami Marlins loss

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:19 sec | 3 d ago

New York Yankees will start playoffs on road after sloppy Miami Marlins loss

"Three games of the regular season and they will likely Start the postseason on the road, the Yankees and Marlinsfirst of three in the Bronx tonight. Yankees Air 21 in seven at home this season, but only 11 18 on the road J Hop gets to start tonight. Against the Marlins team that's trying to clinch a nationally playoff berth. 40 Niners played the giant

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Overseas Operations Bill: Government facing calls to rethink plan to 'decriminalise torture' by UK troops

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:43 min | 4 d ago

Overseas Operations Bill: Government facing calls to rethink plan to 'decriminalise torture' by UK troops

"Torture has been prohibited under international law since nineteen forty eight and is enshrined in legal instruments such as the Geneva Conventions and the United Nations Convention Against Torture. But the British government is trying to push through the overseas operation bill which would introduce a stronger legal protection for UK soldiers serving abroad critics believe it will make overseas operations worse the victims of war crimes and for the UK standing in the world bill passed its second reading in Parliament on Wednesday and three Labor backbench peace had been sucked for voting against. Well Tracy joy is head of accountability and international cousy at freedom from torture, and she joins me on the line to tell us more good morning tracy. What does this bill exactly seek to achieve? Good morning to a gina the do a apparently according to the government seeks to provide greater protection for British troops against vacations claim that might have been brought from operations. That happened overseas more than five years ago. what we believe that it does actually is to create a barrier to justice with those he might have been subjected to war crimes by British troops in those are the operation. I mean, the government says that it is doing this for the soldiers but we've seen very very senior military personnel and ex personal come out to say that they'd gravely concerned about the signal. It sends I mean field marshals, generals, frontline veterans of expressed grave concerns that what are that precise objections? I think the objections that many hold is that and to summarize the words that you spoke in parliament that this legislation really is a sledgehammer to crack a nut. I think that the is acceptance that perhaps the prices that some soldiers have been involved in have taken Fawzi Long. But that really the problem of investigation and the government is seeking to legislate to solve the problem that would be better served through. BITTU. Protesters right at the beginning and more independent and speedy investigation I. mean the government denies that there will be any barrier to justice under these Nino's. It does say presumption against prosecution for torture and crime except in exceptional circumstances, what signal is the sending internationally It's very interesting that they say that but It seems unlikely that you would say that there's no buried to justice when actually they specifically introduced. Three layers of legal protection that would stop prosecutions that would've normally have preceded. And the signal that sins therefore is that they would be sick instances in which to torture would be deemed to be unexceptional and we find that quite startling. Actually, how could the government argue that torture could ever be unexceptional? I mean rape is excluded from from the provisions. That's obviously a good thing torture isn't does not mean that torture is a lesser crime. Well, that seems to be exactly the signal that the government is sending that I mean, obviously, it's excellent that sexual violence and raped or created and the Minister of Defense Been Wallace argued in parliament that the crimes that should never take place on the battlefield. Well, we would that torture should also never take place and it seems quite absurd that they would say out to give the impression that torture and other crimes against humanity as you say, Lesser Crime Than Sexual.

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Amazon goes spherical for its refreshed Echo smart speakers

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:20 sec | 4 d ago

Amazon goes spherical for its refreshed Echo smart speakers

"Showed off some new products and services. It'll be launching video game subscriptions through a platform called Luna Plus. New devices includes spherical models of Amazon's best selling echo and echo dot speakers. And next year, Amazon will sell a new ring home security camera, this one attached to a drone. Second patrol your house

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Bernie Sanders says Trump threatens to undermine American democracy

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:19 sec | 4 d ago

Bernie Sanders says Trump threatens to undermine American democracy

"The president won't contest the outcome of the November election, even if it doesn't go his way, did it after the president refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power, saying, We'll have to see what happens. His spokesperson pledges Mr Trump will quote accept the will of the American people. Kayleigh Mcenany suggests it's Democrats who won't You have that beautiful quote from Hillary Quint Clinton that Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstance, So I think you're fitting is more question more fitting fitting question for Democrats. Clinton's quote from last month has her, saying Biden should not concede because she believes the election will drag out. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS One Time contender, Bernie Sanders is calling for an independent commission to oversee the process. This is not just an election. Between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. This is an election between Donald Trump and Democracy. And democracy must win. The president

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California is ready to pull the plug on gas vehicles

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

California is ready to pull the plug on gas vehicles

"California starting the process of pulling the plug on gas powered cars as a 2035 the governor there. Gavin Newsom is signed legislation forcing a switch to zero emission vehicles, starting in just 15 years direct state agencies to develop measures to meet this 2035 deadline. This won't stop. People from owning internal combustion vehicles will still be sold on the used car market. They'll still be around, but they wouldn't be sold. New California is the first state to tech take this step. But 15 countries have signed similar commitments, including Germany and France. Newsome signed the measure by the way in the hood of a red electric Ford Mustang.

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John Lennon’s Killer Mark Chapman Says he Sought 'Self-Glory'

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:22 sec | 6 d ago

John Lennon’s Killer Mark Chapman Says he Sought 'Self-Glory'

"Killer Mark David Chapman says he deserved the death penalty. Chapman made the remark last month at a parole board hearing. He also called the killing despicable and creepy, adding that he often thinks about the pain he inflicted on Lennon's widow, Yoko Ono. Chapman has been denied parole 11 times. His next chance isn't about two years. Ah,

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New York City restaurant owners respond to indoor dining restrictions

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:33 sec | 6 d ago

New York City restaurant owners respond to indoor dining restrictions

"Owners who sued Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo last month for not allowing indoor dining. Have amended that lawsuit now that Cuomo was okayed indoor dining at 25% capacity, September 30th. Their revised lawsuit demands 50% capacity. Owners say they can't cover their operating costs. If they're only allowed 25% and with the colder weather coming, the owners won't be able to rely on outdoor dining. Cuomo has said If New York's Corona virus infection rates stays low restaurants would increase their capacity to 50%. On November 1st.

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Hamlin, Michael Jordan partner on NASCAR team for Wallace

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:23 sec | Last week

Hamlin, Michael Jordan partner on NASCAR team for Wallace

"And North Carolina native Michael Jordan is teaming up with NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin to form a new race team and their driver will be mobile native bubble. Wallace Jordan announced Monday. He's starting his own NASCAR team next season. And his golf buddy. Three time Daytona 500 champ Denny Hamlin will join him as a minority partner. Wallace, who recently announced he's not renewing with Richard Petty Motor Sports will be their driver. If you didn't

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"wallace" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

02:32 min | Last month

"wallace" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Lead women's engagement for the Biden campaign will talk all about what to expect the DNC how Biden Harris Administration would support women and how we can all get involved in the campaign. Hi Everyone. This is Kelly and this is a special Monday morning edition of vote her in as we preview the exciting DNC convention this week vote her in of course as a collaboration between two talking politics and author Rebecca side, and I'm going to turn it over to Rebecca now to introduce our guest. Rebecca. Hi. Kelly and hopefully to be here, you know everybody I know you're looking ahead to the DNC and learning about what we can all do and it's card to us that we should try to do a special pre-convention addition for you and for us and for all the women we WanNa have energized through November third and of course beyond. and. You know we were thinking about it. I remembered something Senator Harrison the other day when Vice. President Biden said she was his selection. She said it's all on the line and I think that's exactly right. She says it's all on the line thing we care about. So here to join us today to talk about this, and where we all can do, we can expect this week is Rachel Wallace who runs the program for the Biden campaign has a lot of deep background on these issues including working for Senator Brian Schatz from Hawaii. So we're just delighted racial you're here and so flees you're taking the time, and of course, I think what we wanted to start with his if you can give us a sense of what women should look for Apogee NC, tomorrow opportunities to engage speeches to listen to anything and everything that that a handle on this. Yeah absolutely. Well, thank you so much for having me. It's an honor to be on and talking to you and your Ariza about this week, which is really exciting week. You know this is a first of its kind democratic convention. We have reimagined how to engage more Americans than ever before during this, this global health crisis. A.

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"wallace" Discussed on Radio Diaries

Radio Diaries

05:47 min | Last month

"wallace" Discussed on Radio Diaries

"It may sound familiar. We're actually going back more than five decades on the show today to a time when Alabama governor four time presidential candidate George. Wallace was perfecting the politics of resentment and race baiting. Lot of people have commented on the similarities between that time, and now John Lewis was one of them. Louis, of course, was the legendary civil rights leader Congressman who died last month you'll hear his words later on the show. Lewis surprising take on Wallace. He questioned if Wallace actually believed outweigh things he was saying. Lewis Theory is that George Wallace was a savvy politician and he knew just what to say to get ahead. George Wallace. His political career as a moderate with black support, the end Lacey Pe- even backed him in his first bid for governor. But after he was defeated nineteen fifty eight following the Montgomery bus boycott in the Supreme Court decision in Brown versus board of Education Wallace course in his next election Wallace rebranded himself and one. As, he stepped up to the podium at his inauguration in nineteen sixty, three wallace delivered. One of the most vehement rallying cries against racial equality in American history. Segregation now segregation tomorrow segregation forever. Whatever may have really been in George Wallace's heart before that day and in his later years that one single sentence became his legacy. Today in the show, the infamous words of George Wallace. My name is Wayne Green Hall. I always a newspaper reporter in Montgomery Alabama back in the nineteen sixties, I was a student activist and my name is Dr James Vpo Junior. My name is Dan. Carter. I wrote a biography of George Wallace, my name is. Lewis. I'm a member of the House of Representatives. And I. Remember the speech farewell. Beta. This is the way they are mine all. Governor of the State of Alabama George Wallace was inaugurated on the steps of the capital. The streets were packed all his followers all over the state crowding around the platform. And many of them wearing these white flowers which were meant to symbolize their commitment to white supremacy blacks were not invited to a tin was open to the public anyone in the public, but we were not the public. All of the major networks cover his inaugural address national television and that really catapulted him onto the national scene. So he proceeds to milk for everything that he can. Method back to Washington. Representatives who are here with us today that from this day we are standing up. And they he'll appear in does not fit the next on upright man. Putting on a show. He marched back and forth shook his fist. He was promised and he was going to stand alone for the southern calls the calls of the white people. Vehement it's mean-spirited is hateful. But how he said it was magnificent. Amalgamated into the one unit. As advocated by the Communist philosopher. Then the enrichment of our lives, the freedom of our development is found forever. Come down for a Mongol unit of one. Race. The white southerners who were standing out there in that freezing cold stomping their feet finally there was somebody who was saying what they felt, who is expressing their deepest fears about what's going to happen Hey. Somebody Express. It and Wallace was the one that did it. He said no matter what Supreme Court said and Brown versus the Board of Education. No matter what the federal government is saying we will continue to exercise states rights and we will continue to segregate. Let us after the car freedom-loving blood that is in. and. Answer to the caring and it. CAME FROM person. Might Governor? Elected official was saying in effect you. Would not welcome. You would not welcome in the name of the greatest people that have ever car. Bro The line in the dust. and. Before. The feet of tyranny and I say segregation now segregation tomorrow and Keurig Asian for her. Words can be very powerful. Words can be dangerous. Governor Wallace, never pull the trigger he never find the guy. But in his speech, he created environment for others to pull the trigger. In today's two weeks and months to come. We began to feel the sting of the speech. People, Night Ryan and burning. Crosses. The police beat down people and ran over them with horses. Put Tear gas on him. Later. During the same year, we witnessed the bombing of church. Will Fuller girls were killed on Sunday morning. This. was a very difficult and dog time in the American south..

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"wallace" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

06:08 min | 2 months ago

"wallace" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Hope you show this because it shows what does is. You know it's true and trump. Trump was more right than wallace was, and Wallace has time to prepare to trump is no questions are going to be asked that that. Nine hundred deaths one day I was back in April. The death rate has been steadily steadily declining, and there's so much stuff we don't know. And why don't we know it? We don't know it because we have no media. In this country have no news media in this country gathering information, we only have an anti trump movement trying to make everything you everything to make trump look bad. You know why as a trump's fault that the city's run by Democrats for thirty years or falling apart, they've been falling apart slowly now. They're falling apart fast. It's like I think Ernest Hemingway so about. About how people go broke I? You go broke slowly than you go back. Bro, quickly sustain thing. That happens the Democrats. Cities I go broke slowly than they fall apart completely, and that's what's happening. It's not trump's fault. How is the trump spoke? You know. He cited Russian on Wallace, that things like. He cited the Russian numbers on the Chinese flew as if anything they don't mean anything. He talked about Anthony Fauci, like any criticism of him was absurd. Thousand's meet a lot of mistakes. And he felt she recently said that. New York got things right well. That's ridiculous. New York has. been responsible for still a large large percentage of the deaths in this country when trump point trump said every you know wallace said well. You've made a lot of mistakes, and from will everyone's made mistakes. You know it is. It's a crisis. Everyone makes mistakes. The news media has been wrong, wrong and wrong again. Trump has probably gotten more things right than the news media so after he says. Says everything everyone makes mistakes. Wallace plays a montage of things. Trump said that were later shown to be untrue, mostly kind of optimistic up talking to America. You just think like I could do that. To anybody I could do it the Chris. Wallace you know you can always play people's errors. It's just ridiculous. They had a conversation about schools and in pointing out is just not. It's not about. About the anti trump -ness of it, it's about the incompetence sloppiness of it the bad journalism of it. They were talking about trump threatening to cut off federal funds for schools. If schools don't reopen and Wallace says well, those federal funds go to poor children. Yeah, but schools reopening health sport children, so he would fund them if they reopened if they don't open. That hurts poor children, so why should? Should they get the federal funds that won't be going to the children. It was a nonsense question and you know you can say well. Trump should be on top of this. He should be able to fight back. Why should it be a fight? Why not just try to solicit information about what's going on? We don't even have the information he talked about. Wallace talked about the number of. Acts of violence that are committed between and black people, but never mentioned this the incredible difference in the crime rate among in black neighborhoods. You know there was one section that really got me. I don't even know if we have this. Do we have the thing about Yes, about universities play the one about where he asked about universities. And trump speech. You said our children are taught in school to hate our country. Where do you see that I? Just look to a look at school I watch I. Read Look at the stuff now they want change. If fourteen ninety two Columbus discovered America. You know we grew up. You grew up. We all did. That's what we learn now they WANNA make it the sixteen nineteen project. Where did that come from? What is it represents I don't even know slavery I. That's what they're saying. They don't even know they just. WanNa make a change. We have a radical left destructive ideology and is being taught in our schools and don't act like you surprised to hear this. There are books written about it. You know. It really bothers me and it has bothered me since the debates with Hillary Clinton. That Donald Trump is not the guy who can turn to Chris Wallace and say what the hell. You don't sound surprise. There's this there's this there's this. There's the fact that Howard Zinn. A Communist anti-american textbook is one of the most used textbooks in the country. Okay, that's that's evidence. There's the fact that if I go to A. To a college speak I have to be surrounded by police officers me the single nicest person in America as to be surrounded by police officers while I'm talking we've had Ri- I've had riots at my speech. Benefit writes in his speech. What is what is Wallace talking about that? He doesn't know about this. Why is policies kind of ignorance? You know that he doesn't understand what's going on this. The president of the United States in time of crisis he should be utterly prepped and not trying to hurt. Trump should between to solicit information out of trump. And instead we got this exchange on some cognitive test. That trump was bragging about play the sling. It's not the hardest task now. Picture, and it's hot, and it's an elegant idea. He gets you see that's all misrepresentations. That's what it was on the well so misrepresentation, because yes, the first few questions are easy, but I'll bet you couldn't even answer the last five questions I'll bet you couldn't. They get very hard. The last one of them was come back from one hundred seven and let me tell you. Couldn't answer. You couldn't answer all right. What's across? Many of the questions I get the test. I'd like to give it her. I guarantee you the Joe. Biden could not answer this question. And I answered all thirty five questions. Correctly you're! A childish exchange. It's a child as exchange and you say we'll. Trump has been tried, but trump is fighting back there. What are they? What are they talking about? What are they talking about this test? I, it's it's you know it's ridiculous that that's what Chris Wallace with an hour with the President United States when cities are on fire when leftist Attaran tearing everything down when people are ill. That's what he's asking questions about Sharpie. It's sloppy. It's bad journalism and nevermind trump. This is what the problem is. This is the problem that we can't get the information that we. We need all right. Let us talk about the readers pass. This is for those of you. Who would like to get all access, but you're just cheap. You know you're just one of those stingy people who thinks it's more important. Feed your children. Pay Your rent and all this we have this readers pass, so you can subscribe for a little less money. Actually, it's a lot less money. 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"wallace" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

05:28 min | 2 months ago

"wallace" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"The secret of how you spell Cleveland because no one. There are army was. So I watched this Chris Wallace interview with Donald Trump and you already know what the commentary is. Trump messed this up and. He Chris Wallace was really strong here and I'm going to speak really honestly about this. Because one of my frustrations with Donald Trump is, he very very often does the right thing. He doesn't describe it well unless he has a speechwriter when he's talking off the cuff, he's not that articulate. He doesn't put the ideas together. He doesn't really think in those terms. He thinks in terms. He's a fixer. You know he's guy says this is broken. Here's how you fix it. At his best, that's what he is, and that that makes him a target for bad journalism. It means that people can get in arguments with him instead of covering news stories and he doesn't while he fights back in a funny way, and he fights back in aggressive way, which is great, I mean as far as I'm concerned. He could literally kick some of these guys down the street like tin cans, and it would not be enough to express my disdain for America's news media. America's reporters, but I'm frustrated with trump that he doesn't always come back and say this is why I say this I. Say because this this this and this. You know I understand everybody who loves trump yells at me about this, and they say well. What do you want? You want him to do the wrong thing, but say the right thing. No, but we live in a democracy where in theory we've settle our differences with words, words are important tool George W. Bush had this problem, too. He was in articulate, and it doesn't when you're fighting oppress press that is articulate and is prepared, so I was really frustrated when I saw Chris. Wallace come up against Donald Trump. Now I'm not gonNA. Say Oh Chris. Wallace is a leftist age in all this stuff. I don't even know what Walsh's. Politics are. He has pretty much the same style with everybody, but sometimes he brings some kind of quality. I E very aggressive. Interrupt you pushing style, but sometimes he brings actual solid quality questions. In this thing it was, it was utterly absurd was either I mean they got in this fight over which just talking about defunding the police, where trump said that Joe Biden wants to fund the police and Wallace struck back. Here's that exchange. Liberal Democrats have been running cities in this country for decades fairly. Why is it so bad right now? They've run a poorly. It was always bad, but now it's gotten totally out of control, and it's really because they wanted to fund the police. Inviting wants to fund the fund. He does not slip. He signed a charter with Bernie. Sanders, we'll get that one just five guys right in the mortality rate. Did you read the chart of the he again he's. About the funding, really it says abolish, it says let's go all right. All, right, you've got start studying for the. So so trump gets the patient, and it doesn't say it never says Biden says de fund the police, and so trump looks like he comes up short, and of course all the anti-trumpers come up against them, but by actually did say effectively that he was going to defend the police. Here's an interview that he gave earlier where he called the police the enemy we have that. Instead of sending two police officers with deadly weapons to that Wendy's drive in Atlanta. We could have sent a wellness counselor and a tow truck, and then raise hard brooks would still be alive today. And his three daughters would still have their daddy. Are you open to that kind of reform. That of reform surplus military equipment for law enforcement. They don't need that Lassen. You need is an up armored Humvee. Coming into a neighborhood is like the military invading. They don't know anybody. They become the enemy supposed to protecting these people, so my generic point is that we agree that we can redirect some of the funding. Yes absolutely. So if you redirect funding away from the police, that's defunding police. The idea you know there are some people who say that the police. If they get too militaristic, they become the. Military Mindset most. Police forces in this country in these cities have been trained extensively and community relations and one of the problems with our attitude toward the places we think the police supposed to solve society's problems, just like we think the army supposed to go into Afghanistan and build a new society. That's not what they're there for there to protect people from crime. That's what the police do. They solve crime. They prevent crime they they arrest wrongdoers. That's their job. Their job is not to. Solve everything that the rest of US screw up and it's just ridiculous. They're the guys on the ground so wallace unprepared on this you know, and he catches trump out, because trump doesn't have that piece of information in his head, but Wallace's journalists. Wallace's responsibility to get the information out there and look I'm not this is not about defending trump. This is about talking about journalism in this country, right? Let's just take a look at this the thing about the mortality rates where they had that exchange about mortality rates. We have the seventh highest talapity rate in the world are mortality rate is higher than Brazil it's higher than Russia and the European Union has us on a travel bath. The I think what we'll do what we have to travel ban to Chris I closed them off. If you remember I, was the one that did the European Union very early, but when you talk about mortality risk I think it's the opposite I think we have one of the lowest mortality rates. were. Nine hundred deaths on a single day. We will take this number one. I.

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"wallace" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

04:58 min | 3 months ago

"wallace" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"On the weather channel, APP and weather dot com. Forgotten is a new podcast about hundreds of young women who have disappeared and turned up dead in Juarez Mexico right across the border from El Paso Texas it a story about borders, migration and corruption. We talked to victims families FBI. Agents and former US ambassador to understand why these crimes remained unsolved. Listen to forgotten women of whereas on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your put costs. The FBI says the new found in BUBBA. Wallace garage stall at Talladega. superspeedway in Alabama had been there since two thousand nineteen and they're determined. No crime was committed. Now. That's according to the FBI in fact, NASCAR says the item in question is a garage door pool rope fashioned like a news that have been positioned in the garage since last fall NASCAR ADS Bubba. Wallace was not the target of a hate crime. A representative said although the news is now known to have been in garage number four in two thousand and nineteen. No one could have known. Mr Wallace would be assigned to garage number four last week. The FBI and the US prosecutors say the decision not to pursue federal charges is proper I see. What I see what happens, so? It wasn't in his garage since two thousand eighteen at this particular speedway, he got a sign that yes four. Yeah, when he walked in, he saw the news for the first time. Guy On on understandable mistake again you think wow! I walked in here, but no, it's just been in there. Since two thousand nineteen, who had the news photo was the? Garage pull raw food that they made it like a news. It was all white beaming. Definitely not, they know somebody made the news. It's a news, not you. But you say it was a hate crime, because it's all white people ain't nobody driving called black, but bubble yet so when he got assigned garage. That's the mistake it ain't like. It was been hanging in there since two thousand and nineteen, he just noticed it in his garage that was one he got assigned for Talladega, or and he got assigned to him. Then they put it in there. It's. They said it's been in there since last year. The FBI and the US prosecutors again say the decision not to pursue federal charges is proper after reviewing all available facts and all applicable federal laws, so they're not going to. Pursue it. They said it wasn't a crime and it wasn't a hate crime screw. Well, that's good. Yeah, 'cause I know. He was feeling some type of way. Black lives matter to. You who's emotional but I'm no good hair well, if I walk in the garage and see news, I'm going figures for meat and eggs a Zach. turn-up is real. Wait turn all the. going. Trying to. Though. Were getting tossed. About is a male. Which? Don't. But he handled it. All. What. Company ill. What to? Be. Alone, Would have been my? They might have found that news, wasn't he? With Steve Ass. Pete is definitely hey. All right coming up next and thirty four minutes after the hour. We'll have more of the Steve Harvey Morning. Show right after this you're listening to. Hardly morning show. A Fam- Jada Pinkett Smith here bringing your favorite Red Table. Talk episodes to podcast I want to introduce you to two of the most important women in my life, my mom. She's really old school. I never wanted you to be in that situation like not date will at all, and then we have my daughter willow. I'm going to be like ancestors interest do what I need to do. Listen to the Red Table, talk podcast presented by Facebook Watch and Westbrook audio on the iheartradio APP, apple, podcasts or wherever you get your podcast. Guys it's bobby bones I host the bobby bones show and pretty much always sleepy, because I. Wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple of hours later I get all my friends together. We get into a room and we do a radio show with your allies. We tell our stories. We try to find as much good in the world that they possibly can, and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country artists are always stopping by to hang out and share their lives and music, too, so wake up with a bunch of my.

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"wallace" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

05:40 min | 3 months ago

"wallace" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Are you with those that think? BUBBA was playing the victim card, or is this not even still a bad look for Nascar your turn away. Let's get to the cost George Rusty in Kentucky. What are you to say? Hey, what's up I? Show every day. Love what Y'all been. Thank you man, thank you. Definitely did not. Look for BUBBA. He believed the guy on his. Dislike anybody in any team sport. What do most of the time? I do think nice car. Come out of this with a little bit egg on their face, even though they're making all these great changes. Just because they. They orchestrated this whole big. Parade before they even made it on their own investigation to get done. This was something that could have waited till next week's race at Pocono when they had more information on hand. But but I feel like they kind of tried to push this whole. We're changing, and and but it's going to be our spokesman for it to the forefront before they had the information that they needed. Not It looked at. That's true. You can't deny that I think it looks good because their intentions were pure. But. Yeah, there's no doubt that you can. Some people are going to look at it as they rush George. Yeah. I think that if you feel like that, you have A. When you consider the. Death threats that he had been receiving after the confederate flag. Thing that if you look at it and say what was NASCAR being proactive to keep his safety, then, yes, you can understand why they would have wanted to do it to see if safety was even in jeopardy, but I do agree with the caller, and maybe you should have done your own internal investigation I, but but but this is one of those things that when it hits. Hits the media a lot of times that it gets you know it gets magnified and amplify because this could have literally been a person from NASCAR, saying okay, we're going to investigate this and then a reporter here is about it, and then somebody else wants to make sure that they have the scoop to their reporting the news, and then all of a sudden it spread like a wildfire, which was I don't believe which was Nascar or Bubble Wallace's intention because you do want to know. Who, who and where and what happened? Before you go to pointing fingers and all that stuff, because black people have been a victim of that for a long time and think that it is important to always be cautious. When comes to that?.

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"wallace" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

05:40 min | 3 months ago

"wallace" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Are you with those that think? BUBBA was playing the victim card, or is this not even still a bad look for Nascar your turn away. Let's get to the cost George Rusty in Kentucky. What are you to say? Hey, what's up I? Show every day. Love what Y'all been. Thank you man, thank you. Definitely did not. Look for BUBBA. He believed the guy on his. Dislike anybody in any team sport. What do most of the time? I do think nice car. Come out of this with a little bit egg on their face, even though they're making all these great changes. Just because they. They orchestrated this whole big. Parade before they even made it on their own investigation to get done. This was something that could have waited till next week's race at Pocono when they had more information on hand. But but I feel like they kind of tried to push this whole. We're changing, and and but it's going to be our spokesman for it to the forefront before they had the information that they needed. Not It looked at. That's true. You can't deny that I think it looks good because their intentions were pure. But. Yeah, there's no doubt that you can. Some people are going to look at it as they rush George. Yeah. I think that if you feel like that, you have A. When you consider the. Death threats that he had been receiving after the confederate flag. Thing that if you look at it and say what was NASCAR being proactive to keep his safety, then, yes, you can understand why they would have wanted to do it to see if safety was even in jeopardy, but I do agree with the caller, and maybe you should have done your own internal investigation I, but but but this is one of those things that when it hits. Hits the media a lot of times that it gets you know it gets magnified and amplify because this could have literally been a person from NASCAR, saying okay, we're going to investigate this and then a reporter here is about it, and then somebody else wants to make sure that they have the scoop to their reporting the news, and then all of a sudden it spread like a wildfire, which was I don't believe which was Nascar or Bubble Wallace's intention because you do want to know. Who, who and where and what happened? Before you go to pointing fingers and all that stuff, because black people have been a victim of that for a long time and think that it is important to always be cautious. When comes to that?.

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"wallace" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

04:37 min | 3 months ago

"wallace" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"It was a member of Bubbas team. BUBBA? In fact, never I repeat never saw the news. He was just told you like everyone else, and you believed it. A white guy founded told him it was a news hanging. And so contrary to what a lot of people are saying. I do not think this makes Nascar look bad number one. Let's keep it real. Praise the Lord that it wasn't a noose. That's great that we didn't find the news that we didn't have a hate crime in. That's great, so we're all happy about that number. Two. WHAT NASCAR did yesterday for bubble, Wallace was great. Okay turns out. It wasn't necessary. It was unwarranted, but they didn't know that. And you saw Richard Petty you saw Kyle Busch you saw all of the drivers and their teams supporting Bubba Wallace supporting black lives matter supporting that we are moving from the confederate flag, and all that stands for. They were willing to go there. We know their reputation. We know their history. We know much of their fan base, but they were willing to sacrifice that. To move past white supremacy, a racism and embrace racial equality, and so I think NASCAR still. Comes out ahead. I know some people say always an over-reaction. This whole thing is an overreaction, but it shows that they're willing to move on and a lot of fans who want to hang onto the confederate flag should look at some of their heroes Richard Petty. KABUA's the other drivers look at them. See that they're willing to. Move for racial equality. They are some of them. I'm sure probably grew up under the same type of circumstances with the confederate flag, and all that they're willing to move past that I hope their fans will look at their example, and do the same so I I don't blame Bubba one iota because he was just as innocent as anybody else in this, and I still think it's a good look for NAS car. I agree with you Chris a good look for Nascar, but when you look at. Bubble Wallace, you just stated the facts. He didn't find. The News said that he didn't well. The the rope said he didn't see it any of that. He trusted somebody else, but you have to remember the temperature of what's going on. A A week ago around a week ago, we found out that NASCAR was going to ban the confederate flag and after because. Had spoken out about it. He received death threats and all sorts of You know threatening messages right so it is natural. Yeah, so it's natural. That his team and NASCAR would want to protect him and the reason. Why is because we've seen everybody from Hank Aaron to anybody else getting death threats over breaking records ed or anything as it has to relate to sports. So I. Have People on my timelines saying Oh. This is just a small Latte Blah Blah Blah. No, Jesse not even was a fraud who made up a crime paid somebody else. Ryan up like that. That's lame, and he deserved whatever backlash came from this. With, what would bubba Wallace? You have to look at the totality and the temperature of it and people say oh well. He just ran with it instead of waiting on the facts. That's the part that doesn't sit well with me is of you. It's real easy to say. Oh, just oh, just just take a second. You're the guy on your team that you trust. Right says that he found this and you're going to say. Oh, we hold on. No, let's let's investigate orbit, getting death threats and I know math. Our fans historically have been racist. There have been black men hanging from trees for the last three weeks curiously, and we don't know what happened to him, but but but yeah. I'm just GONNA assume that as they go into the tank that that that racist people don't do crazy things they do..

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"wallace" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

04:04 min | 3 months ago

"wallace" Discussed on Get Up!

"Well we'll grigny was a couple of things thought it was a beautiful I thought it was a beautiful day for Nascar in how? All guys whether it was the the drivers and you know the pit crew everyone associated with NASCAR rally around bubba wallets That's that's exactly what this movement is all about off from a bigger picture standpoint. But also on on a on a on the other side. The understand that this is this is not going to be something. Easy something that's GonNa. Go away quickly. You gotTA understand this this. NASCAR embraces culture since its. Existence excuse me and. So this is something going to take time and it's going to take. Only. Now only the people in as far as the Front Office and escorts won't take the driver's. It's GonNa. Take everyone affiliated with NASCAR to really disavow this type of culture. This title language this tyco racism that seem this permeated through the sport in order for the sports truly move forward. You Know Paul. You've mentioned many times on this show, and on yours that you covered this fort for about forty years now if I had told you forty years ago that they would be a day like yesterday. Would you ever believed it possible? Not even possible I, mean green. You just put it in context that we were sitting here. At Talladega Alabama. A race track where the press box used to be named for George Wallace. Who was the racial? Segregated, governor who stood in a school store in Alabama to block. Students and I cannot I still can't believe what I saw yesterday. I think it's very possibly the most significant singular moment in the history of Nascar as Damian eluded I mean. This is a sport that has wreaked. Of Racism that has stood for everything that that is deplorable in today's society, and to see all those drivers standby bubba Wallace. Is Stove is still almost inconceivable for me who who has been to that track so many times and has. Seen those confederate flags and has seen. so much despicable behavior in and around that track I, it was just an amazing moment, and for those who are not familiar with Paul, you host one of the biggest radio shows in the country. They are in sec country if you will. What were your caller's saying yesterday as you were discussing this? It was a mixed bag greenie. There were a lot of people from around the country. Obviously, who doing what we're all doing and that standing up for bub-bubba, but you had your lowest common denominator that your conspiracy theories out there who? Who believe that this was something done inside, and it would even pay me to to regurgitate or disseminate. Some of the things that I heard and saw yesterday, but but that doesn't matter. And it has been said many many times over these last twenty four hours. Those people have been defeated. Those people are are in the minority for the first time, and that's that's a phrase a sentence I don't think I ever uttered. Standing. Perspective on that obviously from one it's been in a long time guy state. Sit Tight. We're going to talk much more about this as we go and I would also like to add that on Thursday morning so the day after tomorrow Bubba Wallace will join us live here on. Get up until have had a couple of days to reflect on all that. That we've seen. Perhaps, they'll be a result from the investigation into the incident of Sunday. We certainly look forward to our chat with Bubba Wallace again. That selfie that he took at last check and just checked it about fifteen minutes ago had been like five hundred forty thousand times. We look forward to his joining us and as we thank you for joining. Joining us this morning and getting up with us, our insiders are ready to go just after nine o'clock in the morning in the East and you see them there Jeff Passan Adam Schefter and Adrian were Jonoski with news from Baseball football and the NBA Jeff I'm going to start with you. Obviously, it was a very busy day.

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"wallace" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

07:50 min | 4 months ago

"wallace" Discussed on The Book Review

"Ao Scott joins US now. He is a critic at large for the Times, and has just embarked on a series of essays for the Book Review Looking at American writers this week starting with Wallace stagner Tony. Thanks so much for being here. It's great to be with your family, so I wanNA talk a little bit about about you and your job right now before we get into stagner because you are on the culture desk of the Times reviewing normally films of the looking at other things, now is a critic at large. What is the landscape? Look like what is a critics work? Look like for you right now. Well looks very strange because for the last twenty years at the time. Most of what I've been doing is writing about and reviewing. New, movies, and often complaining about just how they were too many new movies to keep track of and now there are almost no new is there. Are there some things that are coming out on on streaming on video on demand, but but the whole landscape ecology my job? Tom Critic has been at least one hopes temporarily suspended or appended by the coronavirus pandemic, so I'm spending A. A lot of time at home like everybody else watching things, and also to you and this project which we cooked up before the quarantine, spending a lot of time reading as and one of the Nice things I have to say, or one of the silver linings about the situation is the diminishing amount of new stuff means I can turn my attention back to some older stuff. Which is something I've always liked to do and never felt like I had enough time bandwidth to do so writing about classic movies or writing about books by authors who've maybe been a little bit neglected or fallen by the wayside is is a really satisfying thing to be able to. It's great to have space and time to do it. In The Times I'm stuck a little bit on the idea of like a speculative short fiction, in which all of this sort of long unheard cries of various people have been answered like your cry. If only there were fewer movies, and like other people like, if only I could work from home one. One day a week. Just one I ask and like all of that has been answered this very cruel and deadly way, but that's not what you're writing about your writing about while a stagner and the idea behind this series was to look at specifically American writers. We kind of toyed around a little bit with what would the parameters be? Why did you settle on writings? Specifically about American writers, and what about these particular American writers that you are going to cover in this series? Well, American writing. American literature has a longstanding interest of mine I mean. It went back many decades ago. Who when I thought I was going to be. An English professor. Literature that that really captured my attention than stimulated imagination and. Before I became a film critic I was book critic and I sort of had an idea of a book that I never wrote in will never right on kind of on American. Writing in particular American fiction in the twentieth century and one of the reasons I thought of wanting to kind of go back to some of the writers that that I had been thinking about then into some that I was kind of curious to discover or to rediscover. Is that American literature? It's always seemed to me. Presents a much richer and more complicated, just a different landscape from what we tend to perceive, or how we tend to think about this country in political discourse, our social science or journalism, or any of those kind of neat packages that we wrap our national experience in, and I thought it might be. Helpful just as a sort of corrective or just a respite from this intensely conflictual political way of talking that we're used to to read. Some of these writers were some of those big questions that stagner wrestled with in his writing the segments such a fascinating writer for one thing, and I don't really get into into the peace, but he really spans generate. I don't think there are that. Many writers who cover quite the same amount of time as he does, so he he's born in nineteen o nine and grew up in various places around the western United States to Seattle Salt. Lake City not just the United States schedule on, but he started writing in the thirties is first. Four novels were published in the thirties and kept writing and kept going up until his death in. In nineteen ninety-three, the big novels that people tend to read the to that that are probably the most red angle of repose and crossing to safety are from the seventies and eighties. And he already had you know four or five decade career behind him. At that point, you know it's almost a cliche to think of him as a Western writer because he taught at Stanford for many years, he founded the creative writing program. At Stanford, the creative writing fellowships still bear his name there. A lot of his nonfiction is about the West about ecology about the settlement of the West. He wrote a really fascinating book in the forties called Mormon country about Utah Settlement Utah. Conflicts between Mormon and Non Mormon? Population and native Americans there, so the West is kind of his big theme, but it's always in opposition to the Western as we think been in movies or in popular Western literature sort of the mythology the west so. The whole idea of cowboys and railroad man. Rugged individualists, the whole myth of. Western expansion Western settlement something that he's always looking at from a very critical angle. When we think about this idea of like the great American writer and the Great American novel, which is probably all just a false notion, while the feels like in many people's minds like a terrible. Oh, that people know of Wallenstein. They, know the title usually angle of repose and crossing to safety both books that sold very well as in addition to being critical success says. But he's not one of those people that's on the curriculum. For example you said in your essay that he's the writer that you come across on shelves of books where you like you rent a cabin for the summer, and there are inevitably a copy or two of worn paperbacks of his novels, and and and that's the way I came across stagner. What is his reputation in the country? Did he get the recognition that he deserved I think in his lifetime. He was pretty well. We won or was a finalist for most of the major awards Pulitzer in the National Book Award, and he he was a very powerful and important figure in the world of creative writing. I mean the the the list of his students you know includes Berry. Edward Abbey Tillie Olsen Robert Stone Larry. mcmurtry Ken Casey so the people who pass through Stanford and were stagner fellows. There is part of legacy in American writing. Kind of off to the side of whether people are still reading his books, but but I think there is this interesting status where it's not that he's obscure, forgotten neglected, but he's feels a little bit. Marginal to me a little bit, maybe unassimilated. Crossing to safety is not really a western novel at all. It takes the mid west and in Vermont, but perhaps he gets that reputation most of all from angle of repose. Tell us about that.

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"wallace" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

02:30 min | 5 months ago

"wallace" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"They live. And if that had gone through then we would have on with But because people in this very small town that they live in actually spoke out and kind of vouched or family They were able to avoid that So I don't have a personal connection to the incarceration story but I I think just that story that I do have is how Important it is to stand up for your neighbors and you know if you do that in sometimes and stop bad things from happening. Yeah I mean I hadn't heard Stories like your ancestors but Y- like he just said Nina. I think in a sort of ironic way. You're you're just sharing. That is to me the better example that Andrew Yang could have pushed that that it's not up in in in the case of your great grandfather wasn't up to him and let not like he had the position or the power to actually make a difference but it was his non Japanese American neighbors who actually stood up for him and prevented an injustice. Right so I just think that's interesting. Maybe that's kind of running in the background when you were writing this response. So what did you think when you read his piece? I know you quoted the kind of the problematic section. I'll just read it here for our listeners. you said in an op. Ed for the Washington Post this week former Democratic presidential candidate enjoying urged Asian Americans to combat a recent surge in anti-asian hate quote embracing and showing Americanise in ways. We never have before in quote. He praised japanese-americans volunteered for military service for World War Two concentration camps to quote demonstrate that they were Americans unquote conveniently ignoring the state violence that narrowed their choices and erasing those who were enlisted against their will and concludes that Asian Americans who face racism today should likewise quote show without a shadow of a doubt that we are Americans who will do our part for our country in this time of need unquote. So take us from there. Yeah I have some feelings reading that I think like a lot of people I think that you know. Obviously what e- is referring to you know this.

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"wallace" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"wallace" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"Been a lot of chatter on social media and probably With people keeping proper social distance but in person About the racial icing of the novel virus and I think a week ago or so. Former presidential candidate Andrew Yang. Who's been on this podcast? He wrote an OP. Ed for the Washington Post where he basically was encouraging Asian Americans I mean it came across to minibus as to really prove during this time where we're being targeted and scapegoated that we are just as American if not more American as anybody else in this country and That was usually problematic for a lot of folks in started with myself and My guest today. Nina Wallace is communication coordinator for DENCH DOT. Org Up in Seattle and she wrote. I think the definitive response to and I do hope that he read it. I know that he did a a subsequent next chart dot COM Interview where he tried to respond to his critics but Nina I just want to thank you for using some of your work at home. Stay at home. Time up there in Seattle to come on the program and to outline what it is that you saw was hugely problematic. So thank you for coming on the PODCAST. And so tell us a little bit about didn't show There's a lot of folks out there that may not have heard of densch. Oh and then how you came to work. There is a Japanese American and a history education or up in Seattle.

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"wallace" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"wallace" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"And it's pretty pain-free problem free Don't assume that that's always going to be the case Life as a way of literally tripping us up and so you know whatever your mentality is when times are pain-free in good. I hope I hope. It's deep enough and Sobering enough to to also allow for when times are hard as we will have those times for sure. I think that Times are hard right now for a lot of us who identifies. Asian Asian American because of the racial housing of this Kobe. Nineteen virus and I'm really really thrilled that You can eavesdrop on his conversation. I had recently with Nita Wallace because Any anytime anywhere else like enjoying are asked to speak represent Asian Americans. It's really important that we Do Do our homework to to really understand. Especially if it's part of a tribe group that's different than ours under the Asian American umbrella We really need to learn those histories and in this case. It's great hearing from someone from the Japanese American tribe exactly why using Japanese Americans as examples of proving their great American. This patriotism is.

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"wallace" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

13:33 min | 5 months ago

"wallace" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"Thirty nine. Where my guest? This week is Nina Wallace. She is the Communications Coordinator at a nonprofit organization in Seattle called dench. Oh and you can find it at dench dot org and just a great organization. That's dedicated to sharing the stories of Japanese. American incarceration during World War Two to promote justice and Equity. Today Nina herself is a fourth generation or Yonsei a Japanese American and She has written for a number of publications but it was her blog for dench. Oh in the immediate aftermath of Andrew Yang's much talked-about op Ed in the Washington Post where he was encouraging asian-americans to be inspired by the example of Japanese Americans during World War Two following the attack on Pro Harper by the Imperial Japanese Navy To to show their true Americanise by kind of overt displays including Wearing red white and blue and and you know putting on the uniform and going to fight like four forty second. Nina's column was Even to this day to me the clearest explanation as to why gangs use the Japanese Americans. History was problematic and so immediately reached out to her and she was kind enough to Agree to come on in a couple of days after that and We have this conversation where I asked her. Really to unpack so much of what? I appreciated from her blog. So really looking forward to you able to eavesdrop on that conversation with Nina now last week in the introduction. I shared that I was recently diagnosed with early stage prostate cancer and it still a very sobering. Thought to know that there's cancer in my body but honestly because I have no symptoms in also because they haven't prescribed any invasive treatments. It's not something that really preoccupies me. I don't like the idea that I have cancer but As the experts say slowest we have keep actively watching this. This very little chance that I'm going to die from this cancer. I'll die from something else but not this now. There is something physical that has been daily focus of mine for the last several weeks and that is Severe lower pain in my back or severe pain in my lower back and then more recently within the last week a flare up of the bursitis in both of my hips. Now I've been scratching my head and trying to figure out what was the cause of this recurrence of this back pain. I mean I get this every several years and I forget about it when it's not there but when it comes to me and there's no forgetting about this so part of it is Well I was working on a jigsaw puzzle with my family and I know that being hunched over a horizontal surface for hours on end has caused twinges in my back but because of that I made sure not to do it. That long This time because I'd been doing a lot of weeding of our large front and back lawns during this. Stay at home and Notice that when I finally straighten up I had the sharp pain in my back in so I was already kind of kind of babying it and so I kind of explained to my family. Don't expect me to contribute a lot. This particular jigsaw puzzle but definitely. I'm thinking that the number one contributor to this bout of this lower back pain is all the hours. I've spent binge-watching Very shows on Netflix. In particular during this time of having a not go out right You know my while. I'm sitting there watching it episode after episode. I'm kind of caught up in the unfolding drama but then I think too many hours of doing that especially in my comfortable recliner Sofa. It's just not been good for my lower back and it got so bad several weeks ago. That I finally said you know what I'm GonNa go find a new chiropractor and fortunately many of them were opened during this. Stay at home corentin. And so I found one and she In addition to the adjustments that she was doing was suggesting for me Something to do at home and one of them was icing which I told her. Well that's a problem because I actually have this condition that makes me produce huge hives as a hit me. Reaction to temperatures colder than seventy two degrees. Then the while. I've never heard of that. And then she said well If you can get an inversion table that would help relieve pressure on your spine. And I've been thinking about one of those ever seen them. But they're like a a big teeter totter and you clip your ankles securely and then and then you stretch your arms over your head and if you've adjusted the center of gravity correctly you slowly tilt backwards Various angles and you suspend their upside down for several minutes to produce. This decompression right. And so I went on guys very motivated. I went on Amazon and they found a good one and it wasn't that expensive in after. Tell you after each of my sessions every day It does feel like one. I'm Taller Pie increments. But it does feel like there's more space between my vertebrae and so I think that's good. My youngest brother who lives up in the Pacific northwest. He happened to call me while I was going through these treatments early on in this episode. And he's at. Hey Man I had the same kind of thing Every so often I get the severe lower back pain. It's like in barely standing can barely walk and Yeah I've seen a chiropractor into this. And that and he says the one thing that's really been helpful for me is to ice it I explained my allergy to cold. Temperatures and He said well all I can tell you. Man Is Isis the best thing. Because you know as your chiropractor said that areas inflamed and so then it hit me as well you know when I've had to go riding in the cold In the mornings I usually take an antihistamine and that keeps the highest at bay. So I've been taken to an his being Every day as I get up and I make my coffee and then I ice my back in ice both my hips. I have the Bositis and it does seem to bring some relief but the other thing that my brother brought up was that he's dead He had severe lower back problems for most of his life. And you know I used to think okay well because After the war when he came back he He literally built our own house in and he did a lot of heavy lifting We've heard all the stories and You Know I. I was convinced that his back problems. Because you know he he used the block and tackles set up the lower the huge air conditioning unit into the basement. That kind of stuff Wasn't because you know he. He's genetically predisposed to have lower back problems while hearing the story of my younger brother comparing it to my own. I'm now thinking differently that this back pain that my dad always dealt with was something that was built into his skeleton in fact my x rays actually showed that the reason I have bursitis is because of the skeleton is built so okay And did it. You know in in the years that I was living at home and around my dad and he would go through these periods of back pain I didn't have a whole lot of sympathy. I've had a lot of pity. It's like wow dad's really groaning can't straighten up fully too bad hate sex to be him. But now that I'm older and my brother helped me realize the parallels I'm like. Yeah you know what Maybe this is something that my dad passed on to us On kind of intrigued to talk to our middle brother to find out if he also suffer some these periodic bouts of lower back pain But just having the other sample of my other brother Makes both of US BELIEVE THAT? This is something that has come from being literally sons of our father It's it's it's not fun to have anything painful and certainly a chronically painful and I will tell you as I'm working through it this Most recent time There are days when I just wish this would all go away but I know in addition to going for my Jesmyn. I know there are things that I have to do and I am focused on doing because I'm just tired of groaning like my father in having those moments can't straighten up fully. And you know my chiropractor is telling me that once this is over and I'd say I'm on the but fifty sixty percent better at least in my back You know there are other things that have shown up in her scans of my spine and stuff like that that we need to continue working on to hopefully Alleviate this periodic Problem with my lower back. Hey you know at this point. I opened all kinds of ideas There are some of you out there who have chronic pain in problems that You don't have really any promise or any hope that is going to get better one day and again. I can't totally empathize with you. Because that's I don't think that's my situation but my heart really goes out to you having to deal with this right now It it really makes me think about my friends were confined to wheelchairs or a one particular friend who still dealing with the aftermath of his stroke. Where every day you're faced with challenges that seem to really dictate how your day's GonNa go. I know a little bit now about what that's like and I just want you to know that I can't mansion Just just having to deal with it every little thing with without a lot of hope that The darkness this this pain is is or problems. Are going to be lifted Anytime soon a obviously I hope and pray with them that it will but sometimes. That's not the diagnosis. I think a little bit about how my attitude might be affected. If this doesn't go away you know Right I'm working on things and seeing things a little bit better but you know what what if it never really completely goes away. What I can't return to the life that I typically take for granted and enjoy You know living I guess I'll have to see how I deal with that. If that's the case I guess the lesson here it there's two one is I think I am much more father son physically even and even I think spiritually Then I ever really thought growing up. 'cause my mom made it. Kinda her number one goal in life to make sure that we didn't really value our father in a lot to do with their relationship And already had some breakthroughs in appreciating that Some of the things that I I do value in myself I had to get them from my dad and You know but it's a package deal so I got my dad's back to but I think the other lesson in life. Is You know if your life is going good..

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"wallace" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

02:11 min | 9 months ago

"wallace" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Want that energy. Go that you in your life so And to love yourself to love yourself first and love yourself most because because when we love ourselves we literally cannot do anything but love other people because it goes against you know as you say. This reminded of my tenth grade English teacher who is also my director in theatre and he would preach the same kind of thing and the kids in school school and teachers might have thought. Oh He's teaching us to be ego maniacs no just the opposite. He said he said. Put Your House in order and love what you do love who you are and then you can love others the teacher boy you said it. 'cause I've repaired. I have helped a lot of people repair themselves. French teachers not so consciously involved it is so nice to meet you I'm a big Fan. I am one of those science fiction fans as well as a fan of all the other kinds of the important work. You do. Thank you for doing what you're doing and and as we were setting this up you got a call from some studio and we had to reschedule and I said that's great that means you're in demand right I am. It's been a very busy year. I've got two films Booked for January already and Yeah I'm very blessed very thankful and I work hard to create what I want. We are the benefits of that we in the audience. Thank you so so much you. It's been such a pleasure. Thank you. D Wallace noted actress Public Speaker Self help author and dynamite lady. Thank you so much for appearing on the podcast on Michael Jordan rich has been getting some great ratings and we appreciate anytime you give us a a review that really helps to spread the word and build the Algorithms Algorithms as they say so i WanNa say thank you to you have a terrific twenty twenty. I know we're going to have a lot of fun here on the podcast this year with some amazing people because the art of conversation is is alive and well right here guaranteed. This is Jordan rich until next time be will you can do good.

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"wallace" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

01:49 min | 9 months ago

"wallace" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"And She wanted this one part to really go fast and build and you know and I. It was all well legally and I couldn't get and I was getting so frustrated and so I hear from around the corner where she's watching the monitors i Mike Wallace take a breath. You're fine you've got so she got me laughing. which interestingly enough I? I used to teach her in acting class. I would teach my actors that if you ever get frustrated and you can't get the words out just start laughing happing because then it will allow you to breakthrough of your resistance. That's what she did and she used it on me and the neck was perfect and the child chill direct or lead in this case. Or Wow. That's such a great story. And I I know what you're saying my laughter because breath is used when you laugh belly laugh especially that's terrific your rating throughout your whole body. What a great idea? Great idea before we talk about one particular film you have had so many awards awards you appear at conventions. Some would call one of the Queens of geeked him one of those teams. Because I've never heard because science CI- fiction fans are sweet and lovely harmless people but you know we and I consider myself one we fall into a different kind of category. But is that fun hanging out with people at convince my God I love my fans i. They're like family to me. I love their stories. I I love to hug him I I I. I don't think.

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"wallace" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:53 min | 10 months ago

"wallace" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"They could you repeat that. Yeah sure I was. I was going. I was asking you to tell us the story about how after your father's first term is Alabama governor. Where he at that time he could not run again but another wallace did? Your Mother did and she won and as quite was quite beloved by people. Apple served only for fifteen months though because as you mentioned she passed away from uterine cancer But but that time of that she served as governor. What did you see in her? And what was what is it. That people responded to so much. We've just got about thirty seconds before we have to take a quick break so I'll let you start the answer. Certainly we'll take a quick break. Well she She she knew how to relate to people she knew how to listen to people and those those she would listen to that person and that person use it she. She was listening to them. She was very personable and she loved Alabama and she people still come up to me today until me stories about my mother and how much they they love her. We're talking this hour with Peggy Wallace Kennedy. She's the daughter of former Alabama governor. George Wallace and former Alabama governor lean wallace as well. She's the author of new of a new book called the broken road. George Wallace and a daughter's journey to reconciliation. We'll have more when we come back. This is on one point. This is on point. I'm magnetron crazy. We're talking this hour with Peggy Wallace. Kennedy she's daughter of four time. Former former Alabama governor George Wallace and in the nineteen sixties George Wallace was the face of the segregationists movement in America and Peggy writes about that in her new book. It's called the broken road. George Wallace and daughter's journey to reconciliation and Peggy. If I may I wanNA play a moment from nineteen sixty five. It's a definitive moment. uh-huh in American history because on March seventh nineteen sixty five John Lewis then a twenty five year old chairman of the student nonviolent Nonviolent Island Coordinating Committee or snick spoke to reporters before leading six hundred people across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma Alabama. The the protesters were met by an Army of Alabama state troopers who descended on them with clubs. John Lewis was beaten so badly that he lost consciousness. The event came to be we remembered as bloody Sunday. We'll marching today. To dramatize to the nation dramatize to the world hundreds and thousands of the citizens of Alabama particularly here in the bright.

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