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Arizona reports over 4,000 new COVID-19 cases as hospitalizations continue to rise
"New coronavirus cases have been reported today in Arizona 4136 new cases of covert 19 to be exact. And 36 new deaths. This comes as the Department of Health Services reports just over 14,000 new diagnostic tests. Coronavirus ICU Bed Usage is on a steady rise, with many Arizona hospitals preparing for the possibility of reaching capacity, according to the state Static dashboard on Lee 11% of the state's ICU bed that's less than 200 or still available. Gabriel
Fresh "arizona" from 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
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Black Friday crowds thin as shoppers go online but many still show up in person
"Black Friday, Sony's PlayStation five was drawing big crowds. Shoppers lined up both in person and virtually hoping to snag one of the consoles. Microsoft's latest Xbox is also hot. It looks like there will be lots of yoga pants under the tree this year with Lulu Lemon, a big draw among holiday shoppers. Long lines were reported at malls, including King of Prussia in Pennsylvania and Scottsdale Fashion Square in Arizona. US safety
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"Too many. I couldn't get what I wanted, and I missed out on the TV I wanted Los Angeles County's Announced a new stay at home order for Monday with the daily number of virus cases averaging over 4700 stores can stay open, but they have to limit capacity to 20% houses of worship are exempt. The former mayor of Miami Dade County, Carlos Jimenez, who just won a congressional seat, says that he's tested positive for Corona virus. He's having mild symptoms and his quarantining with his wife. Menace was a big advocate of strict virus regulations. President Trump's efforts to challenge Joe Biden's victory in Pennsylvania have failed more from our Ben Thomas. The third U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals echoed a string of other courts, saying that Trump Campaign's claims of widespread election fraud in Pennsylvania have no merit and a challenge to the vote in Milwaukee County with Scotts and gave Joe Biden about 100 more votes in a recount. Arizona State troopers say they have arrested two possible suspects after a drive by killing in Henderson, Nevada, and a Syriza's shootings in both states. A 22 year old man was shot to death on Thanksgiving Day. The shootings are thought to be random for other people were hurt. Iran's foreign minister suspects Israel was involved in the killing of a nuclear scientist near Tehran. But Israeli officials have no comment. The stock market closed higher. This is AP News In the year of the Corona virus live Christmas trees are making a comeback amid pandemic lockdowns..
College Basketballs Uncertain Return to the Court
"I on thursday. Tupper beat six rate. Kansas ninety awesome performance and then on friday afternoon mark to the gonzaga coach. Confirm that the zags beat auburn on friday morning. Nine hundred sixty seven after a player believed to be julian straw. They're tested positive for covid. Nineteen so norlander. We're gonna get into next credible opening week on the court second. But let's start here where you surprise in an auburn still played on friday after a gonzaga player test positive. I was surprised because my opinion is that if other teams and i'm not saying all other teams but many other teams were in that situation. The game would not have been played in my opinion. If gonzaga ran into the issues it ran into and it was playing in belleville. gonzaga would not have played. It's game on friday. Gonzaga might not have even played a game against kansas or fill in the other opponent again. If you put it in. And i'm i'm speaking from what i'm seeing here and the protocols and everything that goes into place to even holding this in the state of connecticut okay. Gonzaga had a member of its travel party test positive on thursday gonzaga took two different planes to the event specific and has taken two different buses. It's it's doing specifically to guard against this. But obviously there is no full on guarding against this so we played kansas. And we'll get but then you know at least one player as positive another believed to be The players roommate is kept out as a precautionary reason. And the game goes off because and you can speak to a gp. Frankly we'll we'll get to virginia san francisco the minute but i was i was. I was watching that game. So i didn't hear fuse press conference. I've seen some of what he said. They're the relying on the florida health officials as being the ones that were to clear it and the health officials down there made that determination and it might wind up that that determination is going to be okay in the end. But i've received four text messages from coaches to heads to assistance. All of them basically asking why in the hell is gonzaga in auburn. Being allowed to play right now one of them saying if this was us there is no shot in hell that we would have been able to play and so this this is certainly captured. A little bit of attention around the college basketball world understandably so gonzaga's looked awesome. But you can make an easy argument that it that it should not have a have played the game. What are your thoughts. And then what can you share for the listeners. That might not have seen a about what few said in his postgame. Zoom press conference. Okay so mark was clearly asked about it and he said he kept it very simple. He's did we followed turns guidelines not we tournament guidelines were were in place and established. We had this positive test. And then we follow the guidelines and then the florida health officials came in and they contact tracing how they contact tracing. They told us we were okay. We were cleared to play and we play. He kept it. He didn't really expand anymore than that but listen. They didn't do anything illegal. They possibly did something irresponsible but didn't do anything illegal. They didn't act in defiance of the tournament or florida. Health officials noted that florida as a state hasn't taken covid nineteen that seriously to begin with. So what florida. Health officials were okay. Where quite clearly would be the same thing that said california. Health officials are okay. Wis lucky if they wanted to play the game. They're lucky they were in florida as opposed to to somewhere else. And you're exactly right. It's bubble ville or in south dakota. I don't believe this game would have been played. Wichita state got sent home from south dakota because they had maybe a couple of people in the travel and party test positive. They were like okay. Get outta here. You're not playing today. you're not playing tomorrow. you're not playing it off. So i don't know that this game would have been played if it were a tournament. Where you're at or in south dakota but because this was sort of a thing they put together in fort myers as long. Auburn was cool to play and gonzaga wanted to play. they were allowed to pluck. I though was surprised that the game went off. Because i mean we've seen baseball teams. Get shut down over one positive test during the major league baseball season the world series if it would have if the dodgers did not win the game justin turner had to be removed because they got a positive test back of the game so they take justin turner around. They complete that game. The understanding was that game. Seven of the world series would not have been the following night. They would not have played until everybody can test test test for a few days and they make sure it's safe to play and so yes. I was surprised that they played the game. And hopefully nothing comes from it that it doesn't end up being a quote unquote superspreader of it. Because if we an outbreak now at gonzaga because by the way gonzaga tweet video from the locker room after the victory over kansas and they're all celebrating no mask jewish authors in front of mark. Few right in the middle of the celebration. He is believed to be the one who test positive. So hopefully nothing comes of this but if we have a subsequent outbreak at gonzaga or subsequent at auburn gonzaga is going to become the biggest story in college basketball. And it's not going to be a sports story anymore. It won't be because jalen suggs looks. Incredible it'll be because they knew they positive test in their locker room and they played less than twenty four hours putting their players at risk and the auburn players at risk. I hope it doesn't come to that. But if it comes to that this becomes a bigger story than just to college basketball story. It becomes something that's on. Cbs evening news. Yeah we'll wait and see if that does happen. I mean auburn's gotta be you know held equally responsible and all of this because it opted to play the game regardless you know there was no self imposed penalty here. Handed down by bruce pearl. That was not in play on friday and so inherently like. You know the chances. Go up that you're going to potentially be infected. We don't know but it's clearly out there. I mean there are. There are no shortage of schools and athletic directors coaches. Just straight up would not play the game. So we'll wait arizona. State would not play baylor because the baylor coach tested positive. Not even a player who was who was gonna who was on the court with other players twenty four hours earlier right and that came from that even came from above. Bobby's hurley's bobby hurley's had which is the case in a lot of these instances but frankly what gonzaga auburn decided to do it. Just flies in the face of convention in college sports in professional sports that we've seen and we'll will you know we're recording this on friday afternoon. We'll wait and see what's going to happen here. Gonzaga's got some high profile games ahead and we're really enough one of them's blade baylor like if there's if there's one team that's actually going to be good with this like it's baylor. They might just play the game regardless. But we'll wait and see if either of these teams are now forced because if it gets another positive one after that like they have no choice. They're going to have to shut down for two weeks and then ask themselves if playing against auburn was really worth it you know. Was it worth it. Because now you're gonna lose these other games
Fresh "arizona" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Blames the killing on Israel. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams says Israel is preparing for retaliation. There were fears that Iran will now retaliate against Israel, or perhaps even its ally, the U. S. Israeli embassies are reportedly on high alert and the U. S aircraft carrier has been moved back to the Middle East that the Pentagon says it's there because of troop drawdowns. The Iranian president said on Saturday that Iran would take revenge quote inju time. One moderating force maybe hopes in Iran that under President elect Biden, the U. S will rejoin a nuclear deal that gives Iran sanctions relief President Trump withdrew from the agreement in 2018. We know that the U. S. Has yet to say anything publicly about the killing of a scientist. The widow of Arizona Republican Senator John McCain may become the U. S ambassador to Great Britain, a source cells that tells the Times of London that Cindy McCain can have the job if she wants it. That source says Mrs McCain delivered Arizona for Joe Biden and the Biden campaign knows it. Cindy McCain has been a strong critic of President Trump and, along with former Arizona Republican Senator Jeff Flake, endorsed Mr Biden. Joe Biden is the first Democratic presidential candidate to win Arizona since Bill Clinton did it in 1996 traffic and weather coming up on w. T. O P. And then when are we actually going to be able to get vaccinated for the coronavirus? It's 5 37 ever noticed that sometimes clouds look like dragons or Madonna. Ever noticed. TV shows about celebrities are really just stories about life. Why is that Well rials has.
As President-Elect Joe Biden Doubles Down On Calls For Unity, Supporters Have Doubts
"Calls for unity and healing. But as NPR's Toby a. Smith reports, many of his own supporters are having a hard time letting bygones be bygones. He's been saying it since his first speech as president elect, Biden implored everyone to put away the harsh rhetoric give each other a chance and end what he calls this grim era of demonization in America. So that's a wonderful sentiment. It's probably a really sweet pipe dream. Abby Gold 59 year old Democrat from Arizona thinks it may be generations before the rancor subsides enough for any real rapprochement. We're not gonna have any healing until the public at large words to have a nice cup of shut up before they say whatever is on their minds, hoping to help many around the nation are ramping up trainings for cross the aisle conversations. Julie Bowler is with a group called Braver Angels, which runs red blue workshops that aim for common ground and civil discourse. When you have the experience yourself of feeling a little opening a little less frantic rejection, Then you've learned at least that it is possible for some of that softening toe happen, and it's a humanizing process. Enrollment is way up this fall, but Bowler concedes it may be a self selecting crowd that's open to dialogue. There are plenty who would be hard to convince, including 64 year Old New Yorker, Darwin, Bush. When he sees bridging the gap with die hard trump supporters as a bridge too far. This is not an alternate viewpoint. This is racism, Hate lying demagoguery, sociopath, E. What else can I say? Bad people? Capital B. A. D. I will not sit in table with them. I will not have a conversation with them. Nor what Elizabeth and Tracy Murphy, an interracial couple in Georgia, who say they've been harassed, even spit at by people they believe were fueled by the president's divisive rhetoric. For any fence mending, Tracy Murphy says Trump supporters would have to straight up admit that they made a mistake and apologized. It's their turn to extend the olive branch. They're the ones who messed up everything. It's not my job to fix it. You know, is a funny thing that the person who was the victim always has the end of being the bigger person. But many on the right are just is adamant that they're the ones Odin apology by what they see as radical socialists threatening American values. Virginia Republican Katherine Schoonover says she's all for bipartisan cooperation. But she calls Democratic calls for unity. Disingenuous. I don't know how you go from telling everybody that they're all secret Nazi fascists, bigoted, racist people. And then you're going to say, But now let's come together. It's just ridiculous coming from the Democrats now and especially, she says sin. She believes the claims even though there's no evidence, backing them up that the Democrats stole the election. It's shocking, and I think that if if the Democrats try to ram this down of race throats, you have a real problem. It's exactly why Darryl Dwayne, a 51 year old Biden supporter from Washington, D. C has been echoing Biden's calls for unity and imploring his friends, too. Not dig in their heels. Unfortunately, that's a recipe for civil war. But so far, Dwayne says, he's not made a lot of headway. I've gotten in trouble for it. I've gotten called nasty names for being Kumbaya. Same with 58 year old New York Democrat Vincent Downing, who's with a group of humanists calling for more cross the aisle, empathy and understanding. Even though Trump supporters may dehumanize him. He says he won't stoop to the same level. But Downing says it's challenging as he put it. He also tends to think like any good lefty would When I just think I'm right. Right. Right. Right.
Fresh update on "arizona" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Now. The U. S has more than 13 million confirmed positive cases of covert 19 and the virus has killed more than 265,000 people. Foxes actually Strohmeyer full speed ahead on that wall across the southern U. S. Border President Trump rushing to complete as much of the border wall as possible before his time in the White House comes to an end. President elect Joe Biden has said he hopes to stop construction along the southern border. Arizona has become the center of the effort, with construction crews working around the clock as fossils Jon Scott reporting and Vanderbilt Sarah Fuller became the first woman to participate in a power five conference football game when she kicked off to start the second half against Missouri yesterday. Main sport is soccer as a goalkeeper, But Fulham any clear she'd be up for continuing to help the football team of needed. I'm sounding.
Larry Fitzgerald To Miss Patriots-Cardinals Game In Boston With COVID-19
"Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald has tested positive for covert 19 and will miss Sunday's game against the Patriots. Fitzgerald's in his 17th NFL season is played in all 10 of Arizona's game this year. Sunday, will mark the first game he's missed in over five seasons. Earlier this week, Patriots coach Bill Belichick voiced his respect for Fitzgerald. Without Fitzgerald, the Cardinals will still have in their receiving corps DeAndre Hopkins, who leads the league in receiving yards. Christian Kirk and U Mass graduate Andy Isabella. 4
Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona dies at 60
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Arizona reports 4,544 new coronavirus cases, 51 additional deaths
"New coronavirus cases and and 51 51 new new deaths deaths reported reported this this morning morning in in Arizona. Arizona. This This compared compared to to about about 2600 2600 new new cases cases yesterday yesterday and and no no new new deaths deaths
Pennsylvania certifies election results, confirming Biden victory
"Pennsylvania has certified Democrat Joe Biden as the winner of the state's presidential election. Emily president from member station W Y. T. F reports. The announcement from Governor Tom Wolfe solidifies Biden's victory in another key swing state. The state certification comes after county officials work to certify results amid a crush of post election litigation from President Trump's campaign. Those legal efforts have been almost wholly unsuccessful. Petition from the Pennsylvania Republican Party to invalidate mail ballots received during the three days following the election is pending before the U. S. Supreme Court. But the state estimates just 10,000 of those ballots were cast and that's not enough to matter in the presidential race, which Biden won by more than 80,000 votes in Pennsylvania. Nevada is also certifying results today. Arizona and Wisconsin are expected to certify their tallies next week
Cheyenne River Youth Project distributes food boxes
"The national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. During the pandemic more and more doctors visits are going virtual and some people are avoiding clinics emma gibson reports that within the navajo nation. Women's healthcare is adapting as much as possible with infrastructure and as nature will allow when the pandemic i took hold in the navajo nation. People avoided the doctor because they were afraid of being exposed to the disease. Now after a short respite case numbers are surging again. Jennifer white hair is a women's health doctor practicing into the city. She's also a citizen of the nation. I think a lot of us have been surprised. We think of it as we're not seeing patients as often we would see more bad outcomes and we haven't really seen that dr white hair says she doesn't know why this is but guesses. More people are self treating unlike city doctors off tribal lands. She can't rely on the internet for a telehealth appointment. She's depending on phone calls. Patients monitoring their own blood pressure in some in person visits. We do recognize that there is going to be some minimal us. But we can't modify pregnancy during the pandemic she says she's proud of her community and their willingness to wear masks to protect others just outside the nation in flagstaff. Arizona masks have become highly politicized for national native news. I'm gibson a south dakota teacher says while the stay has helped we've in curriculum about american indian history more can be done. Mike mohan reports a report last year from the national congress of american indians noted. Twenty seven states don't even mention native americans and their k. Through twelve curriculum but a majority of states surveyed said. They're trying to improve their lessons. Leslie crow who teaches on the rosebud. Indian reservation sees positive movement and south dakota but she worries. Many students aren't getting the whole story. All students need to understand that way. You know non natives can also appreciate our culture and would also be more empathetic to our culture in the way of life that we've that was taken from us grow says. She attended public schools and didn't learn much about our people's history until she transitioned to a tribal school. The state department of education didn't respond to a request for comment before deadline. But in twenty. Seven south dakota passed a law that required the development of content on the history behind the region's chimes crow. Who also is a member of the south dakota education association as part of the difficulty is getting enough staff to carry out the lesson plans and ways that students can absorb the information she thinks. If administrators encouraged more teachers to embrace the curriculum their students might have greater appreciation for the contributions or native americans. Air comes a lot of good things that are people known have like our way of life is really truly sacred and there's a lot of all these good things that really help. Our people survive. One example of teachers taking the initiative is in rapid city where a handful of educators have each been assigned roles to fully integrate the curriculum across the district. That was mike mohan reporting the cheyenne river sioux tribe enacted a shelter in place. Order monday for the community of eagle butte. south dakota due to rising cova nineteen cases. The cheyenne river. Youth project helps sir families before the order was in place with three curbside distributions last week which included fresh produce home-cooked meals and turkey. Boxes produce dinners were also given out earlier in the fall. The cheyenne river youth project is a grassroots organization dedicated to helping young people on the reservation. The shelter in place order is expected to last through the middle of next week. I'm antonio gonzalez.
Virtual Doctors, Teaching Native History, and Cheyenne River Youth Project
"The national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. During the pandemic more and more doctors visits are going virtual and some people are avoiding clinics emma gibson reports that within the navajo nation. Women's healthcare is adapting as much as possible with infrastructure and as nature will allow when the pandemic i took hold in the navajo nation. People avoided the doctor because they were afraid of being exposed to the disease. Now after a short respite case numbers are surging again. Jennifer white hair is a women's health doctor practicing into the city. She's also a citizen of the nation. I think a lot of us have been surprised. We think of it as we're not seeing patients as often we would see more bad outcomes and we haven't really seen that dr white hair says she doesn't know why this is but guesses. More people are self treating unlike city doctors off tribal lands. She can't rely on the internet for a telehealth appointment. She's depending on phone calls. Patients monitoring their own blood pressure in some in person visits. We do recognize that there is going to be some minimal us. But we can't modify pregnancy during the pandemic she says she's proud of her community and their willingness to wear masks to protect others just outside the nation in flagstaff. Arizona masks have become highly politicized for national native news. I'm gibson a south dakota teacher says while the stay has helped we've in curriculum about american indian history more can be done. Mike mohan reports a report last year from the national congress of american indians noted. Twenty seven states don't even mention native americans and their k. Through twelve curriculum but a majority of states surveyed said. They're trying to improve their lessons. Leslie crow who teaches on the rosebud. Indian reservation sees positive movement and south dakota but she worries. Many students aren't getting the whole story. All students need to understand that way. You know non natives can also appreciate our culture and would also be more empathetic to our culture in the way of life that we've that was taken from us grow says. She attended public schools and didn't learn much about our people's history until she transitioned to a tribal school. The state department of education didn't respond to a request for comment before deadline. But in twenty. Seven south dakota passed a law that required the development of content on the history behind the region's chimes crow. Who also is a member of the south dakota education association as part of the difficulty is getting enough staff to carry out the lesson plans and ways that students can absorb the information she thinks. If administrators encouraged more teachers to embrace the curriculum their students might have greater appreciation for the contributions or native americans. Air comes a lot of good things that are people known have like our way of life is really truly sacred and there's a lot of all these good things that really help. Our people survive. One example of teachers taking the initiative is in rapid city where a handful of educators have each been assigned roles to fully integrate the curriculum across the district. That was mike mohan reporting the cheyenne river sioux tribe enacted a shelter in place. Order monday for the community of eagle butte. south dakota due to rising cova nineteen cases. The cheyenne river. Youth project helps sir families before the order was in place with three curbside distributions last week which included fresh produce home-cooked meals and turkey. Boxes produce dinners were also given out earlier in the fall. The cheyenne river youth project is a grassroots organization dedicated to helping young people on the reservation. The shelter in place order is expected to last through the middle of next week. I'm antonio
Julin Castro, a 2020 presidential contender, on why Joe Biden beat him and Trump
"Secretary hulan castro. Thank you very much for coming on the podcast with you before we get to the topic that we are here to talk about what i wanted to talk about. You want to talk about. And that is the latino vote in twenty twenty. We gotta talk about the biden transition and what you're in for. Do you wanna go back into a presidential administration. But that's his decision. Of course it's his decision. Yeah but. I've said that i'm open to that. I haven't taken anything off the table. Have anything on the table. I haven't had any conversations with the transition team with with the president-elect about that. But the thing that i do know and i can tell already from the names that have been put out there for different positions. Is that the team. He's assembling spectacular one. And it's going to be so much more competent effective than what we've seen over the last four years it goes without saying you know for years ago. Donald trump promised everybody that he would surround himself with the best people and then couldn't be that could have been further from the truth. Joe biden is actually surrounding himself with some of this people out there. Whether it's the folks were up for treasury or a g or any number physicians. And so whether i'm part of that or not what. I have confidence in what matters most to people is that these are going to be very competent. Effective folks okay. I'm going to continue to put you on the spot. And in president obama's administration in the second term you were the secretary of housing and urban development. So let's just take that off the table. When i go back to to where you were before dream job dream scenario. Just forget that. Joe biden kamla. Harris are gonna be the next president vice president of the united states. What would be the dream job. In a presidential administration. I was running for president. Of course they make good people. I would do hampshire saw otherwise and rightly so in twenty. But yeah i mean. I'm going to leave all of those conversations to the transition team. That's uniquely decision. And so i feel like i'm going to continue to use my voice in any way that i can on the issues and the vision that i pressed forward in the presidential campaign. A lot of that vision is shared. I think with adults Biden and vice president-elect terrorists but was find a way to serve anyway. I can't even if it's only in according break candidates for office up down the ballot which i was happy to do in twenty twenty so transportation there Yeah there any of those roles for people that are interested in public service or great role all right and then i was only pressing on labor and transportation. And you didn't give me a chance to keep going down the list. Because i mean let's not forget. Therefore you ran for president. Before secretary of housing and urban development. You were a mayor. Yeah yeah you were the mayor of san antonio. So it's not. It's not out of the realm of the possible that those two agencies would be something of interest may be an ambassadorship. The world food program in rome. I mean there are lots of things but we'll just leave that alone. We'll leave it alone. I feel like that. This is an exciting time for a lot of people that want to surge. And we'll see what happens. I love pressing. You folks who are you know on the precipice of possibly joining the cabinet tried to watch you squirm but let's talk about something that you actually can talk about and want to talk about. And that is the latino. Vote in the twenty twenty election as i said before. I am fascinated by what happened. Talked to me from your perspective about what happened in the twenty twenty election. These the latino vote. Well overall the a latino vote was still a very important and impactful part of the democrat coalition and you could see that most notably in wins in arizona nevada. You did a community like georgia. You know where. There's been a growing latino community over the last decade or so so overall. Very positive the turnout. Rate among latinos was higher than it was in two thousand sixteen like it was for all other hurricanes so that was very positive. Obviously you also had some of these areas of the country where democrats did performed as well as i would have wanted them to or anybody would have wanted to. That was ruining for joe biden and democrats. I think of miami dade county for instance in florida. Yeah so let's go through each area so in miami dade county in florida. What were the dynamics. There that made the turn out on behalf of joe biden. Not what democrats hoped. it would be. Well you probably heard this term monolithic right more in the last two or three weeks two weeks since the election having last year
College Basketballs Uncertain Return to the Court
"Myron medcalf has been covering college basketball for espn for nearly a decade. So my excitement. I should admit comes from a place of utter ignorance because after eight months of this pandemic after a cancellation of march madness. I have literally no idea myron what to expect from college basketball. At all this season in terms of the virus in terms of what's happening on the floor. All i really know right now. Is that both duke. And arizona announced yesterday that they are postponing their opening games. Because of covid and tennessee's rick. Barnes got diagnosed with corona virus. So let's just begin with tip off tomorrow. What's this all going to look like. Why i think that's the million dollar question college basketball a lot like college football. Most of the games are scheduled to be played obviously cove. It was a challenge for college football. I think for college basketball. That'd be magnified by about ten because you have more than three hundred team that are going to try to kick this season off. So i think everybody's just crossing their fingers and hoping for the best and not knowing what the head is on the theme of the three hundred teams. All kind of spinning. This roulette wheel is a lot to process. What are the protocols. Like the health protocols teams employers going to try to abide by this season. I think that's another important question and it's difficult to answer in that. There are so many different protocols by state by county depending on what's conference iran. I mean you're talking to thirty two different conferences. I'll give you an example. The american athletic conference. They're going to test three days per week during the season can't do a consecutive days. That's what ended up like guidelines. Recommend however at temple abide by the city of philadelphia's protocols which say they have to test seven days before competition every single day so you have even within conferences different rules and regulations. I've talked to athletic directors and california who are telling me that they still have to submit plans to their local authorities to get approval to compete this season. Forget host the team. Forget any of the other details just to be able to get back on the floor so you got see a lot of chaos unfold in the coming months so you are very clearly a healthcare reporter on top of being a college basketball reporter so myron explained to me what is happening in these. Pseudo bubbles where regular season games are gonna take place. One of them is an eleven day. Event starts tomorrow called bubble ville. Which has real dr seuss fives from what i can tell. What exactly is bubble ville. Well we're gonna find out but it's basically a bunch of teams all in one side of the megan sun in connecticut. Where the idea is you have everybody. At one location. There will be testing measures. Extreme testing measures with the goal being the kind of emulate. What you saw with the nba bobble on a on a somewhat smaller scale. They don't have the two hundred million dollars that the nba spent. Two resources are different. But i think their attempt is to mimic that. And when you're there there will be security in these hotels making sure that people are following protocols and then there will be specific places that you can and can't go. The challenge is going to be. Can you do that for dozens and dozens of teams and make sure that everybody's following the rules we saw the nba and the resources they put into that. It's a different different level. I think with college basketball in an attempt to pull this off for the next couple of weeks there are certainly some challenges attached to that. And there's already issues at bubble ville right. I mean the news baylor and some other schools have already pulled out of this tournament. Florida kobe issues. They pull out Baylor scott drew head coach. Their test positive announces that yesterday they pull out and then arizona state which was scheduled to play. Baylor in bubble veal. Says you know what we're not comfortable so you already have teams that have been moving things around an idea that i think we'll see throughout the season. How can you play college basketball with three hundred plus teams unless there is some sort of pseudo bubble environment
Many roads arent ready for climate change
"Most road surfaces in the. Us look pretty similar. You might think they're all the same but they're not transportation. Engineers design asphalt roads specifically for the local climate considering temperature precipitation and humidity. The material that we use in arizona will be different than what we use. In minnesota the material arizona will be stiffer. it'll be able to withstand the high temperatures much better whereas the material in minnesota will be a bit more flexible and accommodate the cold weather much better that scene underwood of north carolina state university. He says that choosing materials engineers rely on climate data but that data is often decades old so as the climate warms engineers may unintentionally make poor choices underwood. Research suggests that about a third of the roads built in the us in the last twenty years were not made out of appropriate materials so some may wear out faster than expected instead of a pavement lasting twenty years. Maybe it only lasts fifteen years. Maybe it has more maintenance that means unexpected costs for communities. So when designing roads underwood's says it's important to account for the changing climate
When Critters Bleed ... On Purpose!
"Okay now so why did you get interested in this whole reflex bleeding thing well. I just saw this report by that guy. Sebastian hofer and i called him up and he told me that not too long ago he got a job at an island ecosystem research institute in the and so i was looking into what's around. What kind of animals are just scanning through the literature just to see what of questions could answer any read about. These local snakes called thunder snakes. That sounds very dramatic. Thunder thunder thunder snakes. Really it's just that they come out when it rains a lot. And i remember reading this from nineteen fifty five describing this behavior this auto hemorrhaging behavior in these snakes. And i just thought to myself. That's insane so there weren't any photos or any kind of detailed description. It just said. The snakes bled from their heads when handled so he did what most good scientists would do. I assume he went out on an expedition to fight snakes. Absolutely you know it. He absolutely did. He had a couple of colleagues went out looking under rocks flipped a ton of rocks until they finally found one and the snake made some defensive behaviors kinda rolled into this tight ball and it started defecating. And asking you know emitting this pretty bad smelling liquid and then sebastian applied a little pressure to its nose like just gently pinched. Its nose to see if they could trigger any bleeding from handling all right. Now you set me this video. And i'm watching a. It's like a little nose pinch. Maybe you know you pinch at like good. And but then boom the snakes is fill up with blood like immediately there are just too big drops of blood where the is used to be and then suddenly the is kind of clear up and then a drop of blood comes out of its mouth yes. Sebastian told me it was wild. Just because i've never seen anything like that. And just the fact of how quickly that i or the is fully flood with blood and then the blood exudes from the mouth and then the ice fully clear up again in just a couple of seconds. I was stunned. I was like this is mad. I mean that is pretty dramatic and you said other critters. Do this to right right some other snakes. You know the one that's been studied. The most is the horned lizard. That's a lizard that lives in the us in the southern us and what it does is pretty nutso. It shoots blood out of its is and the blood can fly several feet several feet. Yeah it doesn't happen that often but when it does it's so dramatic that it really gets people's attention. Indigenous people have known about these lizards for a long time. European scientists wrote about them centuries ago and for forty years. These lizards have been studied by wage. Sherbrooke director emeritus of the southwestern research station of the american museum of natural history in arizona and he told me at the beginning. He was just wondering if this is supposed to be a defensive response. Why would blood be a turnoff. For what is after all a bloodthirsty predator. Good question when you try to say well. Maybe a predator wouldn't like it depends on is going to eat these things you know. That doesn't make sense so That's that's where i started. So he began watching the lizards in doing experiments. And what he found that. The horned lizard wouldn't always squirt blood from its eyes when threatened by an animal. And what i found was with roadrunners with grasshopper mice with Leopard lizards with rattlesnakes with other snakes. They never squirt blood. They don't do it then so when do they do it. Do they squirt blood. He told me it's when the lizard is about to be eaten by something like a coyote. Or a bob cat and the reason is the blood has a distasteful quality to mammalian predators and it has to be. It has to arrive in the mouth. Okay so these lizards are not really trying to like hit. A predator from several feet away by sending streams of blood. Flying out of there is apparently not disappointing. It's more like a coyotes mouth clamps down on the lizard the lizard squirts out foul tasting blood. Way told me that when he goes out and handles horned lizards only a couple times. Out of one hundred. Will it actually squirt blood from its. Is you know he said. Humans aren't typical predator. So he thinks lizard is just kind of confused. It doesn't really know what to do and he told me he's actually tasted the blood no for a long time. I thought it basically tastes like my blood. I wish i was surprised that this took a turn to a scientist tasting blood. But i'm not look. This is science magazine science. So then you know after a while. Though he started thinking actually there is this kind of you know aftertaste. Kind of acid aftertaste that lasted for maybe twenty minutes. Or so he said it was really minor. But if he squirts the blood into the mouth of a coyote or a bobcat they have a really strong reaction disgusting immediately. They begin to celebrate quite a bit. They shake their head to all kinds of things like that to to they. They have different taste. Buds than i do okay. Okay so all of this kind of suggests that for these horned lizards. This is really a strategic specific defense that it's not just a random stress response. I mean you could imagine that if an animal gets like it's blood pressure goes up lead might just shoot out of a leaky capillary. Somehow i guess but this seems to be pretty specific defense move aimed at particular predators right and like i mentioned before. The horned lizards auto hemorrhage has more studied than any other creatures. Okay salikh what beyond reptiles you said. Some insects do this to ladybugs. Yeah actually quite a lot of insects do this. And if you're poking at a lady bug and some liquid comes out it might just seem to you like it was urine or feces or something you know in ladybugs it comes out of the legs underneath so it's hard to see where it's coming out. It's yellow you know so unless you know what it is. You'd have no reason to think. This thing is just bled on me. You know spontaneously was happened. And now i'm looking back and i'm like oh that was blood cool so i talked to michael nop. He studies ladybugs at the czech university of life sciences and he told me that reflex bleeding is a highly effective way for ladybugs to deter predators because their blood is full of substances that smell and probably taste awful two birds or small mammals and he told me that actually if a lady but gets attacked by ants the coagulating blood can act like a kind of glue that glues aunts mouth parts together during the attack. I mean that's pretty amazing now. But here's the thing. I don't understand about this doesn't a lady bug need. It's blood i mean like it seems like critters would be at a disadvantage of some sort if they went around anytime they got threatened. So like how much blood are we talking about. So for ladybugs. He told me it can be a lot like up to fifteen or twenty percent of all. Its blood wild. Why i mean for you that would be like if you lost a liter of blood like a couple pint blood so it is significant. And that's why he's been looking into the consequences of this. I mean you know he said bleeding could save a lady life but there are also some costs and we re better searching for physiological costs in our research he just published one set of experiments he and his colleagues forced young lady bugs to reflex bleed repeatedly like every day and then they studied them and what they saw is that the bugs immune system seemed a little weekend but the number of eggs they produced was the same their reproductive success was almost unaffected. You know maybe just some slight delays in the age at first reproduction but nothing major. So what i'm taking from this. Is that these insects kind of know what they're doing like evolutionary speaking. I mean do they filter the blood in any way to try to preserve the good stuff and week only just like the nasty compounds in it. His is actually looked at this and he told me that the blood that spontaneously comes out of ladybugs is exactly the same as the blood inside. And when i asked him you know exactly like what is going on. You're like is there an opening in the leg. He said no. Like somehow the insect is able to kind of injure itself to somehow create an opening in its skin or cuticle. But it's not like all the mechanical details of reflects bleeding have been well studied. It's still pretty obscure all right now. Well thank you for this mini tour of the world of auto hemorrhage
College football schedule 2020: The 89 games already postponed or canceled due to COVID-19
"19 is affected the college football schedule. I'm afraid we'll be hearing more more interruptions in college basketball. Number two. Baylor didn't travel as planned today and won't play two games. That had been scheduled in Connecticut to open the men's college basketball season. The cancelations came a day after bears coach Scott Drew revealed he had tested positive for covert 19. The Bears were supposed to play number 18, Arizona State on Wednesday night. And then they would have played number three Villanova or Boston College on Thanksgiving Day. Those games have been called off. Scott Drew is in isolation. The rest of the Baylor team by the way, tested negative. From
What the Election Taught Us About the Latina Vote
"A majority of latino voters did vote for joe biden and comma harris. They played a critical role in states like arizona like nevada. The played in pennsylvania part of my theory of what happened. Is that because florida went. I what happened in miami dade set the narrative about let the nose around the country in the eyes of people who don't know our community is that well and we're providing a lot of that analysis and it then became a wave of headlines that took what was a part of the story. Because i think there are two story. There is both the truth. That latinos turned out in incredible numbers for democrats and the truth. Donald trump made inroads among some communities within the latino community. Both things can be true. They didn't weighted equally in the way that we talked about it. But i also think most of the national media is based on the east coast. So there's a tendency to see things through that lens. Miami comes in first. Miami is wear people tend to think of a power center of latinos. Being latinos in miami are much more powerful than latinos elsewhere. But then when you step back is your sanely. The majority of latino voters are actually not for out there. They're all over the southwest. they're also in the in. The rust belt made a difference not only in pennsylvania. I think also maybe even in wisconsin and we tend to forget about those places where we tend to gloss over them really easily and i do think a lot of that has to do based on where the national media is based. Let's talk about what did happen in arizona because that story provides such a narrative counterweight to what we saw happening in florida. Especially because it was a story ten years in the making you have to go back to senate bill ten seventy which was known as this. Show me your papers law and came at the same time period. Sheriff joe arpaio Huge anti immigrant sentiment within the government of arizona and all these young people some undocumented themselves some not took to the streets they did tons of protests and they started to organize there. Are i would say half a dozen organizations that came out of that era that now for people to vote in arizona knocked on doors to get people out to vote. Sorta sold the messaging to get people to vote not just for biden but for people down ballot. They were really trying to flip the state legislature and a lot of these organizations by the way are not big. Joe biden vans. I mean they like biden better than trump and they certainly wanted to get trump out of office but it was much more about getting trump out of office than voting for biting. It's what a lot of people have called a one time biting coalition that the group of people who voted this time joe biden or not going to be there in four years in the same formation because donald trump will not be on the ballot which means the democrats are gonna have to reconfigure a lot of their strategy while next. The florida story matters not for the national narrative this election but the fact that they were so off in what they thought was going to happen in florida from the democratic side that they lost so big to trump. I mean even those of us who were covering it at new. That trump was to do better than he added. Twenty sixteen in florida etc. The he did so much better than people thought with so many many more places that it was real devastating blow to the floor democratic party. In so that just reinforces your point that. Where does the party go from here. Because this was such a sort of unique set of circumstances. Nationally and in the st louis makes it look bleak for the future of democrats.
California Cases Climb to a Record as State Curfew Begins
"More than 177,000 new Corona virus infections were recorded yesterday in the U. S by Johns Hopkins University as officials nationwide urge us to stay home for the holidays. In most of hard hit California and overnight curfew is in effect. Los Angeles County could see even more stringent action this week to Arizona, which had more than 4000 new cases two days in a row. Hospitals across the state are stopping visits, with a few exceptions, such as women in labor and end of life situations. And here in Colorado, the state says modeling shows one in 49 people is
Arizona's largest county certifies Biden win over Trump
"Certified the results of the 2020 general election here in Arizona. They say there was no fraud and all systems worked well as party representatives witnessed. Certification means official wins for Democrats Joe Biden and Mark Kelly and Republican candidates further down the ticket after spending hours before a
"arizona" Discussed on 5-4
"Because you are still burdening the speech of the privately financed quote unquote candidate but again. the court. Just fails to articulate. How one person speech is penalized by the presence of another person speech. And i'll keep coming back to that because it is central to the case and it's never adequately addressed never once in the opinions roberts like clearly state why that is true. It's just sort of assumed throughout and this brought us to a discussion. We had when we were discussing this case. Which is like. I feel like roberts is sort of dumb in a way that he doesn't get a lot of flack for Obviously he's very savvy in some ways you know. He's a consensus builder. He appears to be talented at that. But i think because of that people have given him credit for being shot in general and he actually has some of the weakest opinions of the conservative bunch just from a pure legal reasoning legal analysis perspective. We talked in shelby county about how he like. Never explained what the court's constitutional basis for interfering with the voting rights. Act actually was gonna have the same problem here where he's just like never laying out the central premise of the case. This is the sort of opposite. Of what clarence thomas roberts gets a lot of credit for taking more moderate positions every now and then too much credit. Of course we believe but he actually can't articulate his positions effectively at all the opposite of that. Someone like clarence thomas who takes insanely radical positions constantly. But it's actually pretty good at laying out a sort of like internal logical consistency right. There's a legal framework that you can try right on mrs right. Here's a clarity of thought. And writing that sorta shines through. And it's very forceful. It can be persuasive. Yeah if flows from insane premises but like it's still flows so the court then goes on to talk about how the government does not have an interest in quote leveling the playing field between different types of speech. Which is something we mentioned earlier. This is something that conservatives on there on the court have long held. They say like look. It's not the government's responsibility to make sure that speech is fair which is a very convenient position to take. If you're looking to justify the fact that wealthy interests have access to vastly more speech than everyone else. Exactly and justice kagan points out in her dissent that the citizens of the state of arizona have a strong interest in preventing wealthy donors from controlling their government by proxy and this law was designed exactly to fight against that and know that reasoning is like really compelling but it just doesn't fly with conservatives because they don't give a shit yeah a core part of the conservative philosophy. Maybe these central part of conservative philosophy as we've discussed before is the idea that people generally deserve their lot in life. Yeah the wealthy have earned their wealth. The poor have failed to achieve and therefore deserve their poverty. The idea that it's unfair to purchase influence just does not comport with the conservative brain because to them. Those outcomes are inherently fair. They believe that the wealthy deserve to enjoy the fruits of their hard earned wealth and that includes influence over the government. It's as simple and twisted as that like you will never be able to convince them that the powerful should not be powerful because that premise is the very core of conservative. That's right and i think we've hit on the ways. This is pro wealthy very clearly in anything. That's good but i do want to highlight that. It's not just in favor of republican donors. it's also very anti majoritarian and anti-democratic yeah re mentioned that the citizens passed this. This was an initiative This was a referenda. Right was passed by the arizona legislature. This was literally passed by the citizens on the ballot. This is a popular legislation in the most pure sense of the word. In response to real documented corruption concerns yet and you have the supreme court stepping in saying well. You gotta fucking lift with right. We're the corruption you don't get to decide people of arizona How fair your elections are right. You don't get to make these decisions. We do right is transparently anti majoritarian and it ties into the larger republican anti majoritarian project. In that way. I think it's important to think about it from that perspective as well and remember that. There's like a real disdain. Here for the voting public perhaps lawrence. Yes yes. i think it's one noting when you take a step back here what's happening people. Within arizona average citizens are saying okay corporations rich people who ever have too much control and influence over our government so let us pool our money together to ray combat that influence. Yeah how do we do that. Tony up how do we do that right. Through the most natural vessel the government the public financing system our tax dollars and the court is saying. No you're not allowed to do that. You're not allowed to all agree by referendum to pull your to combat that that is fucking crazy and by the way not once are the speech implications for that voting public referenced in this opinion not once but right a glaring omission for sure. I think it is important to note that the justices are sort of. Just doing what they want here. This is a bare assertion of their policy preferences as much as they want to act like. They are bound by precedent. And all this like the first amendment at its inception was very limited and like our earliest presidents where jailing newspaper men in political opponents for criticizing them and the supreme court justices saying that was totally constitutional and above board and the ideas that now sort of infuse. Our first amendment jurisprudence are all sort of twentieth century inventions of the supreme court. And i think that's a good thing but it's important to remember that like the court here is sort of on its own doing its own policy making the first amendment more so than pretty much any other area and the campaign finance environment that we live in should be properly understood as the courts creation. That's right we have time and time again. A scene congress trying to rein in campaign spending decade after decade after decade in cases we've discussed And the courts striking it down and picking and choosing what they think is okay and what is not and so if you think campaign finance is broken if you think. Money and politics is disgusting. All our politicians are corrupt. The people to thank our disapproval court justices. But that's right. Oh god. I had a really important thing to say. We need to go to an this episode. Five to four is brought to you by helixsleep. Do you dread going to bed. Because you're matters a pile of rocks on your floor. Do you wake up sideways. 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"arizona" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
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"arizona" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"Elect joe biden kamala harris vibe. And you know you. Listen to us on audio. Boom apple podcasts. Stitcher spotify wherever yet your podcast in one of the things that i wanted to do as we look at what has happened. I wanna start looking at places that might be misunderstood. And one of those places in this election is the state of arizona which is gonna bite and if anyone who's been following what has happened the political transformation of arizona in the last ten years. There's not a lot of us who have observed this from the very beginning core surprised by it as opposed to everyone else. Who's probably surprised by it. So i wanted to bring my good friend. Yes erica on the ola. Who is a racist texas and the host of the homeland insecurity. Podcast eddie got how are you. I am good. I am just feeling so much more relief right now. So listen. here's the thing so much happened. I mean if you think about ten years ago nine years ago and you were there. And i saw your tweet when people were like questioning what was happening in arizona and think arizona's one of the biggest stories of this presidential election and begin to archive it. You know what i mean. So that people when they were in the next couple of election cycles they can actually listen to this podcast and be like oh okay. Can you begin to breakdown what happened ten years ago to start. Let's start there first. Because i remember that's when i started falling. You got to know you listen different time. Can you just begin to to break that down. I yeah for sure and so it will first off. I think it's important to recognize that. A lot of the fight Started in arizona was before two thousand and ten when as we tend seventy the called papers. Please law that. A lot of people knew it by even before that there were a lot of onto immigrant bills that were being introduced in the legislature right. Some of them passed Didn't this maybe probably under. Yeah believe donna actually Who our governor. The time in two thousand and tan Our government change and so now we had Jam brewer as the governor of arizona. Who's republican whose he was. She was very well known for being Anti-immigrant part of supported by the tea party and salon. So we knew it was coming and of course what ended up happening. Is that one of the bills that having pushed wadey four years before Now called as ten seventy was actually signed by governor brewer in so a lot of woods what started happening was that there was so much organizing. That happened because of groups who were already fighting this onto immigrant. Laws read and activists if people like see ya don't appear there were a lot of these groups From phoenix tucson. Who are already organizing against all of this but what happened is doesn't intend because of that law and because of people like lecturer pile and a lot of the emigrants sentiment. Arizona became ground zero for the fight. And you probably remember. This is like a lot of people started. From all the countries that are coming to arizona to to to push back and he kind of became a symbol of over assistance against on immigrants sentiment and he wasn't just about immigration. At some point was it was a lot of the latino community here started getting really really upset about all this because it was racial profiling relegated and matter if you were undocumented as long as you looked brown and as long as you fit the profile you were going to be stopped. And that's exactly what happened. So i think that does what really ignited a movement. And now you see is an infrastructure that was created because of all the activism of the organizing. That started happening. Since then. In what i can tell you alan With this is that a lot of the leaders and Executive directors the people in in office See us. I mentioned before those were the who started getting really involved because of this anti immigrant law and now they're the ones getting people to vote. You totally reminded me of napoleon. I forgot i completely forgot about governor napolitano who is tell me like because i think that's part of this as well as like how it was a little bit bipartisan. And don't you. i mean you know. Tell me because this is why i feel like this is so transformational Tell me a little bit because the democrats were There owns a history and listening to you know just to be very honest like i started getting really involved in two thousand and nine. Two thousand and ten doses. One kind of like of that. Core of leaders who stern growing The history that i learned a lot has been mostly From activists were there way before you know organizations like also like end alon and don't thera- who were basically pushing back against a bills that were being introduced in the legislature. Some of them were getting past in. I can tell you that some things were being stopped by napolitano. There were some some of the bills who were some owning. Stop the problem with that. As soon as obama took on all to be a part of his administration if you remember this she became the head of the at that time correct. Yes she did. I am like check aflou. No she was saying. I want to connect these dots. I'm not trying to equate it. You know what i mean. I'm not trying to compare apples to apples. And i know that you know. There was an obama immigration enforcement legacy that. I feel like you know. I don't want to play it up but but it was still real but but yeah there's a connection like arizona was not only ground zero for what was happening when anti immigration laws. But also someone like. Janet napolitano was like also running vhs which runs ice. And i mean there was something on. You know what i mean so i mean not to cut you off but continue. Yeah no no. you're right. yeah she was. She was taken to to be by obama's so what ended up happening. Is we ended up with jan brewer. The governor And so you was. I mean it was very apparent to a lot of people who were already fighting. This uncle immigrant laws that as soon as jan brewer came into into power. We were gonna see all day sometime agreement. Bills become a reality. And that's exactly what happened. And then there was also the other thing that i think people tend to forget about the activism that was happening at a tucson with the ethnic studies. Do you remember. I mean i was like that was like that was in the. That was when latino rebels like was in the shit. I mean those were young people that were speaking out. You know they were in schools like these are. These are the voters now right. I mean talk to me about that. I mean that was also part of this too. I mean i feel like there was an activism in arizona. that was growing. That we're just starting to see it. Come to fruition now on the political level..
"arizona" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"So you wanna read. Yes so you've been doing this all day and i'm glad we're doing this Synergistic thing but i need to do a factor because you've got your notes in front of you constantly scribbling a mind going. I just received this literally fifteen minutes ago from a deep inside not from potty politics but from a harsh like this is a political operator several decades in the swamp and this is from his sources. So let me do this. Saturday check for our listeners. This is from the he says it. The president's people pathways victory in pennsylvania. There are more than a million ballots left to be counted including roughly three hundred thousand in pennsylvania using extremely conservative estimates. Even if president trump received just five percent of the balance in philly and thirty percent of the other remaining ballots. The president wins by forty thousand votes arizona. A final batch of mailing ballots is still being counted with the latest. Arriving ballots counted lost. We believe that over half a million votes remained to be counted. We expect to win between two thirds and seventy percent of those ballots and as a result. The president expects to win by thirty thousand votes in arizona. Nevada late breaking mail-in votes will help us. We believe that once. All legal ballots are counted. We will win by five and a half thousand votes. We are concerned however with corruption in nevada georgia. President trump has built an insurmountable lead that the democrats cannot beat. We lead by over one hundred thousand votes and then lastly one-sentence in north carolina. President trump has built an insurmountable lead. Democrats cannot be lead by over seventy six thousand votes. Is that up to date. Is that what you're seeing. If all that materializes president trump wins. He wins the whole the white house. The two hundred seventy nine electoral votes despite wisconsin and michigan. Not going i think. We have to michigan wisconsin. We just ride off now. Yeah i looked campaign. See something we don't know i think that they should ask for recounts. They should contest them. Here's why puts the is on voter fraud. Maybe we'll discover something that will prevent other races. Yeah and i just don't see it in wisconsin. And i say that as someone who grew up in mid west and i was looking number that wisconsin. I'm stunned say that. Because i was up till three thirty poring over the numbers. Here's just one awesome thing. That happened in wisconsin. Though which is really up. It's just so awful that we didn't win it and i don't think that we're going to kenosha county. Yes kenosha county. One by one point in two thousand sixteen. We want to buy twenty seven points you. I wonder why can talk to us about kenosha into context. Would you john inc county. It's the violence it's the blm county. And so. I think you saw that lacrosse. Can you repeat that twenty five. I don't. I don't have the final numbers. But as i was looking at them we won by weight and sixteen and we were winning by about twenty three to twenty six points all night. Thirty points at one point votes are coming in. That's kenosha county right on the border of Wisconsin illinois right near zion. Zion were keegan. Area bernie ran on the border. Pretty incredible and remarkable and so wisconsin. I'm glad that they're going to recount. I think they actually might find some big frog. Big issues with fraud voter registration. They've same day registration in wisconsin. Which is insane any state. That has same they wrote registration. Should just completely rethink the way. They do it if they want actual clear results. So let's just go through the balance of power of the us senate..
"arizona" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"If president trump wins he will have been reelected by black and hispanic voters in defiance to white liberals who say that trump is racist trump loses delicious if trump loses it will be black and hispanic voters that have their will thwarted because of white liberals that think that trump is racist. Let let me ask you something. As i was coming into the studio. Today i was listening to a great guy. I love him. I won't mention him. He was guest on. I think fox does listening to fox via satellite. And he said okay. The president was a candidate until yesterday evening now he just needs to be the president nomo campaign he just needs to be the president and let the lawyers fight if they can find mine responses know until we have a declared victory. He's still the candidate and the president. I've just read a tweet. From a chris boskovic who says in contested areas the president should have rallies he should keep on having rallies. I think he needs to do both charley. Well he should continue to be president. He was negotiating middle east. But but as well of course yeah. I'm doing a trump rally friday morning in outside of the maricopa county recorder's excellent. We have a protect the vote rally at ten. Am and anyone that wants to go. Can go to charlie clark dot com or email us freedom at charlie kirk dot com and. The reason is this is that wh- rule number eight excellencies rules for radicals. You keep the pressure. You're never stop when you win. You keep fighting will. Yeah and it's they are going to treat this process more fairly if they think people are watching correct they are going to treat this process more carefully if they think people are watching them and the democrats are gonna be out in the streets tonight. Yes they're going to be out in the streets demanding that trump not resigned but that trump concedes and let's just be very clear georgia's looking very good. The president should win georgia. Let's absent stacey. Abrams coming out with a hundred and fifty thousand new balance matters which they say. There's two hundred thousand ballots outstanding in georgia. Trump's lead eighty thousand there still some republican counties that have yet to fully report so that means that joe biden with the republican blend would have to win like sixty five percent of the remaining votes in georgia. I think that's very unlikely and it's possible but it's very unlikely. I think there's a ton of fraud baked into that and so georgia's good. North carolina should be called the fact that it hasn't is ridiculous and then it really comes down to pennsylvania and arizona..
"arizona" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Hey everybody welcome to the show with my friend dr sebastian. Gorka what do you think look When's the the democrat wave. What happened to the wave that we had been promised. The months we were told that biden would come down and o'clock and he declared victory in the hall of america would be democrat blew. It didn't happen the most as lied to us. They didn't change their methodology from the last four years. That's fact number one number two. We have seen things happen. Such upsets for the biden campaign. The likes of which the trump campaign never expected across ethnic lines across minority groups. These are things that will redefine the political landscape of america for decades to come however it is now down to two questions and i tweeted this out this morning. It's down to the lois. Which side has the better moya's. Yeah we need a hundred radi drew. Giuliani's we need one hundred j. seculars. We need one hundred analysis. Do we have them. Is the question. I don't know i don't have that visibility. I spoke to the campaign today. They say we're winning everywhere. arizona. You name it pennsylvania. We are winning. That doesn't matter who counts the votes. And when they count them the longer we stretch out these accreditations of the counting tolls the bigger the chance there is for fraud and lastly i am not trying to be crude here. It's a question of which side has the greatest testicular fortitude. You know the president. I know the president. He will never give up. But it's not just dumped him. It's up to his tame and team trump and it's up to the gop is the gop up to it. That's how i see. Charlie you how do you see. Well i i think we dodged a missile. I mean never before. Have we seen such powerful people. Want to get back into power at the governmental and spend as much money. Think about it was hollywood. Sports international leaders big tech financial soros every powerful person that wanted to reclaim the federal government. Was involved right. We've never seen that. The closest would be two thousand eight. Brock obama help the country was just ready for what sell right. And it's pretty remarkable. And really promising. And i know that's not really the tone of the.
"arizona" Discussed on Your Presidential Playlist
"Testing site in Phoenix from a tweet has that communication improved that you see a pathway to improving it's been very educational to learn how to work with this particular administration in the Obama. Administration we could write a letter and talk to intergovernmental affairs and share what we needed. We tried that with Covid with this administration at the beginning of the pandemic, I requested federal testing support to make sure that we knew what was happening in our community. And they were not interested in supporting that time. We just got feedback that we didn't have the code rate to justify that testing which was frustrating for me because. You're seeing code in the community, and if you don't have tests to prove it, how can they tell us? We don't have the covid rate but then when we skyrocketed in Arizona to the top of every list of Covid, whether it be per capita hospitalizations or deaths I wanted to ask again, traditional means didn't work but I went on television and the White House called me. Right after that and said, they did want to work with US I guess whatever works I just WanNa, make sure we can get that testing in the community I live right by testing site where I watched people wait for hours and hours in our hot summer while they're coughing watching the gas tank, go two, zero these are my neighbors they deserve to get a test in A. Reasonable amount of time residents in Phoenix have waited eight ten thirteen hours to get a test, and after we talked to the White House it was an interesting process at first. They said, we don't WANNA. Do large-scale federal search testing in Phoenix. We're going to a private sector. I will pay drugstores to do it a few at a time. I got some feedback that through the white. House press conference they were saying that I wasn't appreciative of what the federal government was doing. But in the end they did set up those said federal surge testing sites in Phoenix we were able to get results with a much quicker rate of return and people understood what their healthcare situation was. So they didn't feel like I, appreciated with the federal government was doing, but when.
"arizona" Discussed on Your Presidential Playlist
"Welcome back to your presidential playlist I'm your host Emily Tisch sussman for those joining us for the first time. This podcast is a definitive guide to the twenty twenty presidential election explained by the women who know it best this season, we're examining the states that will decide the election, the swing states, and how regardless of where you live. You can make a difference today. We're headed to Arizona which with its eleven electoral votes has begun to emerge a critical swing state. A Democratic presidential candidate has not carried. Arizona's Bill Clinton did in Nineteen ninety-six yet things appear to be shifting in the State, and twenty sixteen trump won the state by only four points and in two thousand Eighteen Democrats one big electing Democrat cureton cinema to the Senate. At the state level Republicans are in the majority in the state Senate and House and currently hold the governorship like many other swing states. Much of this shift is due to the increase in Latin x population. Currently, the state is about thirty two percent Latin X and according to a report from the Center for American progress this community is starting to vote in higher numbers to. The percent of eligible voters who showed up to the polls increased by five percent between twenty twelve in two thousand sixteen. There's also been a change in how suburban voters are casting their ballots in Arizona Maricopa. County is key for any Arizona Let. As it accounts for about sixty percent of the votes it's typically been a Republican stronghold, but Clinton lost the county by only three percentage points representing a huge gate and democratic votes. If Democrats can win this county and twenty twenty state could easily flip blue. Kobe has had an impact on Arizona's economy losing five percent of their jobs particularly in the tourism industry. The Navajo nation was stretches across Arizona Utah new. Mexico. Has Been especially hard hit by the pandemic with its capita corona virus infection rate surpassing New York new. Jersey in May. As for voting Arizona voters will have the ability to vote by mail although there are concerns about the state's ability to reach indigenous voters and to handle the influx of absentee ballots..
"arizona" Discussed on 5-4
"Tell the state. Yeah you can kill these guys fuck him. Yeah Yeah I think it's like pure retributive justice. Year where they wanted to punish someone and the person most deck directly responsible died in the fucking desert and so they needed to punish someone else right and says like my not his fucking kids. They're right there right. Yes right and like you. The the cellmate was executed. And eventually the these kids. Their death sentences were commuted yum. Yeah worth noting. They don't die Yeah so I mean look. The case here is about someone being executed for felony murder but the real fundamental absurdity. Is someone being prosecuted at all for a murder that they did not in any real sense commit and there are a bunch of examples of just? How Outlandish Felony Murder Rules can get? It's an absurd rule and in some states you can bucking get executed for it right. Yeah the Tyson case. You know you've got someone who's participating in a crime and obviously didn't participate in the murder itself but they are creating a situation where there are life and death stakes without question not harder to understand the desire to see them punished heavily. Yeah But the felony murder rule itself gets applied to all sorts of situations where the death is so far detached from the actions of the felon bet it becomes. Just I mean hard to believe that this is actually a rule applied consistently across the American States. Yes and I think it would be useful to go through a few of those scenarios and we want to focus on a particular aspect of felony murder that has sort of started to crop up more and more. Which is that cops will in trying to stop a crime kill someone and then. The perpetrator of the crime will get charged with that person's murder. Yeah Yeah So. One example is A girl name Mason EEK Saunders in Ohio. She was arrested at the age of sixteen for the death of her boyfriend. Julius Tate now Saunders and take Had planned a robbery and tate ended up being shot by an undercover police officer but the result was that saunders was charged with that murder Another case another sixteen year old actually Blake Lehman He was prosecuted under the felony murder. Rule in Indiana after participating in a spur of the moment group robbery. He and his friends in that case thought that their neighbors House across the street was empty. They went into grab a wallets. If they could find anything else that they could steal and sell but the neighbor ended up being home the neighbor and fire on the teenagers. Lehman himself was shot. He survived but his friend that was with him was shot and killed and Lehman got charged in the murder of his friend. He was sentenced to fifty five years in prison under the felony murder. Rule IN INDIANA. We should note that that sentence eventually got reduced and he was released Another sixteen year old in New York City this time. Marcel Dockery He set fire to a mattress in his apartment in Brooklyn back in two thousand fourteen and NYPD officer who responded to the fire later died of smoking. Elation dockery is charged in murdering police officer and was sentenced to nineteen years in prison having horrific looking. How backwards is a company to fall into his own debt? Your some shitty sixteen year old. This isn't like a fuck in breaking and entering situation right sixteen year old lighting a mattress on fire. I can readily see myself doing this as eighty percent of the sixteen year old population. Ucla mattress matches or something. And you're and you'RE GONNA like that. Shit on fire. Some Moron fucking cop manages to turn a mattress fire into his own death and like you get a fucking funeral 21-gun-salute the mayor tweets about your service on the fucking kid gets charged with murder. It's fucking wild Another one last year an NYPD. Detective was shot and killed by a fellow officer while responding to a robbery both men who committed the robbery. Christopher ransom and Jagger Freeman were charged with the murder of that officer even though it was another police officer who killed him and by the way Freeman one of the participants in the robbery. His participation in the robbery was only as a lookout Important to note that also charged with murder. The wild that cops have figured out that only do you not get in trouble when you kill someone but you can get on the other person charged with murder. It's crazy just to highlight arbitrariness with once. You are applying the felony murder rule. How it ends in different outcomes kind of Case to case So back in two thousand nine Robert Thompson was executed in Texas after being charged with felony murder And what happened in his case was during a joint robbery of a convenience store. Thomson and his codefendant Sammy Butler. They both fired shots at two employees but it was actually butlers. Bullet that ultimately killed one of the employees. Both shooters were eligible for the death penalty but they had two separate trials and those came to two separate. Conclusions Thomson is sentenced to death while Sammy Butler was not and I who's full. It actually killed him was nice instead of right exactly so just highlight that when you're using arbitrary and vague rules and you don't have clear standards. This is exactly what it leads to write and Brennan Condom makes this point. That's the conclusion of his descent. Which is like he doesn't think it's possible to create real bright light standards for the death penalty in that. It's always going to be arbitrary. And that's why the death penalty in general should be considered cruel and unusual. Righty good absolutely apple. But at the very least in the felony murder context exactly and you know a lot of these cases. We mentioned a lot of sixteen year olds here. There are a lot of situations where you have sort of these mass crimes Where peer pressure is a huge part of it? And you have these kids getting drawn into a a robbery or like a fight Where someone dies and these kids were just sort of pulled into peer pressure get charged with murder despite not being involved with it really at all and I mean if any part of you believe that our criminal justice system is targeting rehabilitation of the People that prosecutes. You have to believe that people like that are the most likely to be rehabilitated. And the exact opposite approach is being taken by the system right now where they're getting charged with murder for what is basically a combination of two things one committing a crime and to being in close proximity to a murder. Yeah Yeah I think that's a really good point. Peter and Studies show that felony murder rules and up getting applied disproportionately to teenagers. And that's because of the things that we know about child psychology and development. That teenagers are more likely to be caught up in group crimes and group think that ends with unintended consequences. So as we wrap up I wanNA I wanNA bring up one thing you know. This is a death penalty case. The question is whether the death penalty for felony murder is constitutional. But I think there's a case to be made that felony murder as a concept is cruel and unusual punishment. It is prosecuting someone for a crime. They did not commit it. Is You know. Manufacturing a murder charge It's saying you know that you your proximity to a murder can result in you being charged with murder regardless of your intent. I think if there were a coherent eighth something that was really Designed to target injustices in our criminal justice system. It's not crazy to think that it would forbid the rule altogether let alone the death penalty for it and I think that's right when I think about felony murder and And particularly the states where it's possible to be executed for committing a felony murder the big concern in my mind With the rule. Is that if we allow someone to be executed for Felony Murder. How much state violence logically can flow from that and this is a point about the effects of the death penalty in general not just felony murder death penalty on sort of like broader understandings of of the relationship between state and individual. But if we accept that the state can murder someone who committed a felony without intending to kill somebody we can accept much easier the other ways that the state kills people were we accept that a cop can shoot a black man in the street and that's okay and when the standards are unclear when there aren't bright line rules for who gets put into death penalty eligibility the standards end up being unclear elsewhere. Right yeah a great point and you know. I think to take a step back and look at the way that conservatives view the Eighth Amendment and similar circumstances conservatives claim that you can't have judges determining by themselves what is cruel and unusual punishment. It's too arbitrary right and what they do instead is replace it with a calculus that is designed to feel less arbitrary. But in fact is not o'connor does a survey of state laws as if that can quantifiably answer the question of whether society approves of this practice. This is one of the big themes of formalistic reasoning pretending as if you are almost mathematically reaching objective outcomes when in fact. Your reasoning is built on a foundation of completely arbitrary rules and metrics. And that's how courts take a question as simple as should we execute people for murder if they haven't murdered anyone and distorted into something needlessly unrecognizable next week is buffy bell. Hell yeah it is a case from the nineteen twenties going back and it's about Eugenics if you thought. The Supreme Court only dabbled in racism. They also dabbled in all this shit too. Yeah and if you can imagine. The modern court uninhibited by the last century of social progress. Sneak preview of the quarter look like in ten years five fours presented by Westwood One and prologue projects. This episode was produced by Kochman Cova with editorial oversight by Leeann Nathan Andrew. 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"arizona" Discussed on 5-4
"Welcome to five to four where we dissect and analyze the supreme court cases that hover over America like vultures over a dying man in the desert. I heard twitter's the law boy on here with Michael. Everybody and Rian. Hi everyone and today we are talking about Tyson Vieira Zona. This is a case about the death penalty but more specifically and more importantly it's a case about the felony murder rule. Felony murder is a rule whereby a person can be charged with murder if they commit a felony and someone else dies during the Commission of that felony even if they didn't actually kill them so of person as steals a car person be witnesses it and dies from a heart attack person a could be charged with murdering them and in some states potentially sentenced to death and the question here whether sentencing someone to death under this rule violates the eighth amendment which prohibits cruel and unusual punishment. The Eighth Amendment has long been a battlefield mostly because the term cruel and unusual punishment doesn't have any clear meaning and conservatives have Had you know interesting approaches to this originalists When we're not dealing with an originalist interpretation ear today but originalist Scalia. Heaven interpreted it to mean What would have been cruel and unusual at the time of the constitutions passing And the Iron Cross or whatever. Yeah Yeah Yeah And other conservatives have just taken all these other sort of wishy washy approaches that will will get into that sort of are designed to protect reactionary laws and reactionary institutions. So re WANNA give us some background here because it's interesting is a juicy one. Yeah definitely is Just starting off with a little. Bit of legal background before so obviously. There's a long and fucked up history of the death penalty in general being litigated at the Supreme Court. And in fact this isn't the only case where felony murder was at issue so in nineteen eighty two Actually just four years. Before this case Tyson goes up to the Supreme Court the justices held in Edmond Versus Florida. That the death penalty can be imposed on someone who did not kill attempt to kill or intend to kill another person. So that was in the case of a getaway driver Somebody was just in a car while other people went and rob somebody. Somebody died in the commission of the robbery and the getaway driver. The Supreme Court said. That's not a murderer that warrants eligibility for the death penalty now the court decides mend those justices. It's basically the same court. Bat In nineteen eighty-six Tyson versus Arizona. Comes to now. There is one difference in that justice. Scalia is now on the court but it's basically they traded out a conservative for conservative right but all that said the three justices who dissented in Edmond which is to say these three justices would have wanted somebody who quote unquote participated in a murder by just being a getaway driver. They would've wanted that person to be executed. Those three justices are now in the majority here. So the point of my saying this is that at the time this comes to the Supreme Court. The rule is that you cannot be executed if you did not intentionally kill anyone and this comes out of principles of proportionality which you know is the general idea that the punishment should fit the crime and an idea that you should be eligible for the death penalty if you are quote unquote the worst of the worst. Meaning you've committed the worst crime murder but committed it in the worst way something. That's especially heinous or cruel Etc So moving into the factual background of this case just to set it up You know when we're talking about why the result comes down differently here just a few years after the end men case up top gotTA SAY. This isn't just a getaway driver case okay. This case comes out of a prison break. So a man named Gary Tyson is incarcerated in Arizona and he along with his wife and three sons make plans to break him out of prison. Along with his cellmate. So in July nineteen seventy-eight his three sons Donald Ricky and Raymond enter the State. Prison where Gary is and they bring with them a cooler. A large ice chest filled with guns. This is the late Seventies. I guess you can take coolers with guns into prisons at the time no check in the cooler right. The late nineteen seventies were apparently completely indistinguishable from like eighteen. Seventy seventeen seventy S and. It's just like the fucking wild west. Exactly in our gase Heller case. We talked about bank robberies in the thirties. Like they were just an epidemic right. Everyone's getting away with it and apparently was like that with prison. Breaks until Nineteen eighty-five so They they have their cooler filled with guns. The Tyson brothers arm their dad and the cellmate and the whole group basically locks up the prison in a closet and they make a run for it. No shots were fired at the prison. No one is killed there but Their getaway plan basically blows up a few days later. That's where things get really messy. After a couple of days get a flat tire out in the desert and they flagged down a passing motorist with the intent of stealing their car. The car that stops to help them has a family of four in it. It's a husband wife their young daughter and they're very young niece after kidnapping the four people and taking them out into the Desert Gerry Tyson. So the dad and his so mate so the two men that just escaped from prison murder the family by gunshot now the three brothers. Donald Ricky and Raymond Tyson. They are present and they witnessed the murders but they do not killed a family. They don't fire any shots right. They're like getting a jug of water for them or something right. Yeah you're right. They represented that they were getting water for the family so pretty clear that they at the very least did not think that the family was going to be murdered right. Yes now eventually. This group is apprehended by police. And there's a shootout at that time one of the sons. Donald is killed at the shootout Gary Tyson. The Dad he escapes into the desert and he eventually dies of exposure and is exposure. A real thing. Do we just say that. Because it's the seventies or whatever like it's no big thing. Well Elliott Element in the desert. It's really hot during the day really cold at night either are hard in the bottle meteorologist. Specific thing and I could still die of exposure egg So Gary Tyson dies of exposure in the middle of the desert Gary soulmate. Dan and the two remaining sons. Ricky and Raymond are arrested. Now the two brothers are charged under Arizona's felony murder rule which provides that a killing that occurs during perpetration of a robbery or kidnapping is capital murder. So you're eligible for the death penalty for that. The State of Arizona also has an accomplice liability provisions. That states that each participant in kidnapping or robbery is legally responsible for the acts of his accomplices. So in the end this isn't just a getaway driver case right. All of the people involved here have a higher degree of participation in the alleged offenses then sort of like just waiting in a car for somebody right. The facts of the murder are horrific But also important to remember. I think that some of the worst rules that we get in criminal law some of the worst trends in punishment that we have in the United States come out of cases like this where the particular instance is particularly hard to defend. So there's like a saying for that law right like hard cases make bad law if you try to make the law fit the most extreme cases you're gonNA end up with like a shitty rule overall exactly but I think that's all the more reason to have clear bright line standards and miss free in court. That's not so deferential to law and order legislators to you a public that's influenced by sensationalist media and that kind of thing absolutely. Yeah and on top of that like very early. I think one of the first two paragraphs of the opinion Sandra Day O'Connor mentioned that like a lot of the information they have comes from like a plea allocution from the brothers. Yeah but the plea ultimately was thrown out and as it turns out. The brothers were willing to plead to basically life without parole. But they weren't willing to implicate their mother and the state wanted them to implicate the mom. Apparently she helped in the planning and procurement of the weapons and may be at one point was like supposed to find them plane to get to Mexico. I'm sure she would have pulled that off. A she ultimately was tried and convicted and sentenced to think a year of prison for her role in this. And you know then was released on parole and I think in less than a year more sexism against men but but so the whole reason this entire case exists is literally leverage against the mom. Like the only reason the Supreme Court case exists. This entire body of law is because Arizona wanted to put this woman away for longer. Who had nothing to do with Anything after at most the purchases the weapons right yeah she was intimately involved in any of this least of all the the murders but they wanted to put her in jail for a long time and two kids wouldn't cooperate with that they were willing to go to prison for life but they weren't willing to put their mom away as well and The the only reason to state is seeking the death penalty here is because it's all they have above what the brothers were already willing to accept and so here we are litigating What's the most outside extreme case where you can put someone to death right? That's a really good point so to give some color about the defense here. They're nineteen and twenty at the time of the crimes That their dad is a career. Criminal He was in prison for killing a prison. Gardena previous prison escape. Attempt which at least some people had speculated his wife aided and abetted and mad like handgun although that has an emo right. So he's like in and out of prison multiple times The wife is very devoted to him and very religious. Apparently.
"arizona" Discussed on 5-4
"Hey I'm David Brown. The host of Wondering Show Business Wars. We go deep and some of the biggest. Corporate rivalries of all time series goes back to a time before purchases. Were just a click away. Yup It's nineteen ninety four and Walmart rules retail but in New York City aboard financier named Jeff Bezos has an idea for an online bookseller. He's convinced could up in shopping as we know it and hit Walmart where it hurts to listen to Amazon versus Walmart and other great series. Subscribe now to business wars from wandering. We'll here argument next and number. Eighty four sixty seventy five rookie wayne. Tyson Raymond Curtis Tyson versus Arizona. Hey everyone this is Leeann. Nathan host a fiasco and Co creator of slow-burn on today's episode of five to four Peter Reaction and Michael Talking about the concept of felony murder which allows prosecutors to bring murder charges if death occurs during the Commission of a felony. Even if the defendant doesn't kill anyone you are engaged in a felony and someone is killed. It can be a co-defendant it can be suspect. It can be a witness. It can be someone else. You are still culpable for that murder. That homicide that unlawful. Killing in Nineteen eighty-seven felony murder came up before the Supreme Court in the context of capital punishment in a case called Tyson v Arizona. The court held the two brothers who did not commit or even plan murder could nonetheless be sentenced to death. This is five to four a podcast. About how much. The Supreme Court.
"arizona" Discussed on Giants Splash
"Podcast of two thousand twenty on Henry showman the giants beat reporter for the San Francisco. Chronicle my guest today is my counterpart with the Arizona Republic diamondbacks backbeat writer. Nick Bikoro we're GONNA talk about the bombshell two weeks ago. That Madison Bumgarner had signed a five year. Eighty five million dollar deal to pitch in the desert. The diamondbacks also signed one among owners catchers Stephen Vote. We'll talk about that too but without further ado we're GonNa Talk Bumgarner. Hi Nick having you here. And how goes it L. O.. There Henry. How's it going? Thanks for having me on. Oh my pleasure. I guess maybe when the season ended The last thing you expected to do sit in the press conference room at chase field and see the big fella up at the podium. I take it that this was kind of a bit of a surprise Yeah I would say so I mean. I don't think that that then backs had like a legitimate. You know top of the rotation arm you know after trading grant Qian July but it just felt like they had so many other areas to address the spending a significant amount of money on a guy like Madison Turner of was just kind of off the radar But I I guess I guess when you look at the at the particulars of it and you you know you look at the dollars an and who it is You can sort of see it making a little bit more sense. You know when especially as I'm sure we'll get into You know when you're talking about a guy as it seemed to really WANNA come here. Yeah and I mean up here in San Francisco. There's there's there's a lot of angst over this as you can imagine and a lot of people think the giants just You know if they think that the giants had natural what the diamondbacks had offered or even a piven a little bit more he would have stayed in San Francisco. And I don't know that that's true. I mean one of my Friends Carrie Crowley of the mark was actually at the press conference and he talked to Bumgarner On the side we got the distinct impression he got the distinct impression that Bumgarner was ready to leave. San Francisco did. Did you sense any of that as well. Yeah I didn't think he wanted to get into it too much. I I asked him a question during the press conference about the difficulty in leaving and I just kind of turned it into a you know a quick a quick thank you to the fans and and all that and then after he did make it clear that Arizona was his number one. Choice Voice So yeah I think I think he was ready to to turn the page you would I I would. I would be curious to hear what your thoughts are as to why I can come up with a lot of reasons. Obviously with a new front office in and approach on his way out and And obviously the the team is kind of you know out of big makeover. And what else does he have the proven San Francisco but but. I'm curious what what. Why do you think he was he? He was ready to move on. Well I think you touched on one part of it. I think that his loyalty is as much as he has some loyalty to the SF on the cat his main loyalty to is to one one of his best friends. Who was Bruce Bochy? Also Buster Posey and Posing has two years left on his deal. So if you're talking about a long term contract Posey you you know would be gone after a couple of years and I think also you know He. I think he wants to win. And I think even though the diamondbacks might not have been on the cusp of catching watching the dodgers The last Season or two. I think he feels that they at least have a better shot to win sooner than the giants do but I think the big thing might have been That even though he said he really didn't Fault the giants for never offering him an extension. I think he felt that they should have offered him an extension from that very very team. Friendly contract A long time ago. And you know keep the giants are pushing the notion that They were preparing to offer him. I'm one right when he got his motorcycle into his dirt. Bike accident Then they couldn't do it and then they tried to do it. They were thinking about doing it the next year then. He had his hand broken in the final spring training game. Then they couldn't do it and then twenty eighteen they had luxury tax Concerns And I think maybe bumgarner date they feel that was all excuses And I mean the giant. Certainly have the money certainly have the money to give a bumgarner more than eighty five million dollars over five years as especially given how how much they saved by Paying him just in fifty million sixty million dollar range over the I what what was ten years of his contract And I I think there probably are some hard feelings about that. I think it'll be very very interesting. The first time he faces the faces. The giants I take it. You'll want to work that night. Not Take it off. Yes I would. I would also like to see that very much. Yeah And we talking about the money. I mean five years and eighty five million. It's a seventeen million dollars average annual value At the winter meetings we had heard that he was looking for five at twenty at at one hundred million dollars. I always thought that was more the agent Sort of putting that out there and I'm wondering at the winter meetings Every beat writer has a time during the afternoon June where they go up and talk to the general manager and the the Front Office exacts about how today went did bump earners name ever even come up at those meetings Allow while we don't we don't really get I mean it did come up. We don't Mike isn't as important. So to speak very very candidly about about free agents on even even off the record type of setting I think we you know we. We did try to ask questions around it But but never really got anywhere but you know yeah the the five Avenida five I mean I I did feel like one sack wheeler got his money That probably drove bumgarner. The nine figure range And I figured that when it came to the diamondbacks that was going to price. them out. I I just I sort of felt like if you're the diamondbacks you're looking at it like hey if I can get this guy because he really wants to come here at a discount like let's let's go for it but But you know if if it's GonNa if if we're going to have to get into the nine figures you just saw how how costly and how difficult it can be to navigate a roster when you have you know a guy likes Who's WHO's being paid? A very very large chunk of of relatively mid market even small market size payroll. It's just it's just difficult. Probably not a thing. You WANNA walk yourself into if you're those guys so I don't know I mean Bumgarner did say You know he definitely left money on the table I don't know if if he left fifteen annoying on the table because he really wanted to come here that that I I don't feel like I mean I don't know very well at all but just listening to him talk and just kind of getting a sense for him a couple of weeks ago. I don't feel like money is the biggest driver for him And I think for the dioxide just it just worked out especially the way he was willing to structure it I don't know if you saw this. But he's his is going to be making six million dollars in drowsy. Twenty right and the other marine. Yeah now yeah deferring some of it and other numbers are going to be increasing over the last per- here's the deal which works out great for them because they've got a bunch of guys that are going to be getting free agency after next season and it just kind of it just kind of works out. So it's it's a it's a great move for them that you know they still have money to spend a try to be competitive this this year. Bumgarner if that's really a thing that he wants to be on a winning team You know that He. He's obviously doing what he can You know within reason to To allow that to happen Then yeah I again I I was. I was surprised at just about every step of the way that that this ended a happening. You and just For the listeners. I it's a five year. Eighty five million dollar contract with an average annual value of seventeen million. Like Nick says he's going to get six million million dollars this year. He's defraying some money so the present day value of the deal which is what the Union Uses to to actually peg the deal. I believe is somewhere around. Eighty one million dollars. He's he's actually going to do this with no interest so You know he must really like the horse facilities in Arizona. I'm wondering as anybody if you ever recall in. How many years have you've been on the beat now Twelve thirteen twelve third. Have you ever remember a free agent citing a place to park. His horses Quantity become to Arizona. I do remember Troy Gloss steering himself here because his wife With some kind of a question writer so you remember that I. I can't think of anything to this extent And I I. I'm curious to see what you know. What like what is he going to He? Obviously he's a he's a North Carolina Guy. That's that's home. I'm curious to see what what he does to make this home if he's GonNa if he's GonNa actually you know. Buy A place live out here a lot of the year bring a lot of his sources out even more than than you would spring mentioning on. I'm Tracy how how much she makes this place. Second Yeah I you know the the real estate prices are a little better down there than they are in San Francisco. Go Actually Matt. Canes wife is a I believe as an equestrian as well An Jeremy Affeldt so You know they should have ended up in in Arizona Arizona. I did want to ask one more thing About the money. You know How the diamondbacks view the back end of this deal I mean here's a guy. He's turning earning thirty Actually he would say he just turned. Yeah he just turned thirty so he's going to be about thirty three thirty four years old at the end of the deal And his his boss has declined. He's not exactly the pitcher he was during his glory days. Still pretty good. How did the diamondbacks of you? You know that fourth within fifth year in in terms of the investment that they're making what they think they might be able to get out of them..
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"So was a registered republican but every republican i talk to the attorney general the republican vice chair of the commission the arizona senate majority leader at the time were all convinced that she was biased in favour of the democrats i didn't have any preconceived notions of how this should run i really just wanted to be engaged in what i thought would be a really cool thing frankly and that was my motivation for doing this really that opportunity to be in public service and and do something mary joe pitts allcovering mathis for years and couldn't find a reason to doubt her intentions i mean there is a lawless supposition there is just there's no evidence at first glance an independent commission seems like a tempting alternative to lawmakers being in the one drawing the mouths but partisan politics can in fact even independent bodies and that's in large part because any commission will still have to interpret how to fulfill a maps in various goals some of them are very easy so all districts must be continuous is a yes or no variable either the entire district touches the rest of the district or known things like respect for communities of interest are are much harder to divide and same thing with competitiveness and often the criteria contradict each other you know through the criteria in the air that hung youth then are on act met but all leaving apple boundary the letter napa boundary lock them a river like a man during river riot while there is no let hacked bathed in need your than a meandering wherever and that's an important steam in that series people who seek to reform.
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"This court ruled within two hours of the hearing and they unanimously reinstated mae she was being treated the constitution the constitution says competitiveness is a factor and she respected that competitiveness was a factor and so the commission returned to work and passed final maps and then the proofs in the pudding let's see how these lines work in an actual election and did we really favour democrats did we end up producing democratic maps the vote saran the people have spoken in the next hour with find out what arizona voters had to say the new maps were used for the first time in two thousand twelve one seat was too close to call for a week and a half but in the end democrats swept all three of the competitive districts the arizona house delegation with five democrats and four republicans in a state that casts almost two hundred thousand more votes for republicans overall i thought that people would say yeah that you know they game the system and this is the proof and people did say exactly that various theories emerged as to why the competitive district's performed better for democrats democrats say we put forward better candidates republicans seed democrats rigged the system here's republican commissioner scott freeman i think the key mapping decisions with a register king were done in secret we learned about much later during litigation that key maps in districts were drawn in the commission's living room with the interim head of the state democratic party sitting right at that commissioner side in one lawsuit after the maps were past accusations came out that a democratic commissioner linda mcnulty worked privately with the parties elections director at the time dj quinlan to design district's mcnulty declined to be interviewed on tape but i asked quinlan what work they did together on congressional district nine it's a district in maricopa county that freeman says was deemed competitive but his actually performed well for democrats while i helped her new crapper i e of what he wanted to create within maricopa county and i don't think it is fair to say that what he created adopted one hundred percent anything they worked on did have to be presented in a public meeting and debated by the commissioners before it could be adopted.
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"And so that chairperson has a tremendous influence mary your pets alter state government reporter at the arizona republic because it's a fivemember panel somebody's got to break the thai enter calling mathis she was picked to be the chair for the two thousand eleven round of redistricting if you're familiar with the the price is right the game show it's literally come on down here the next contestant on the prices rate and from then on you know i'm holding the gavel she was a healthcare administrator from tucson with almost no prior political experience i wanted to be more engaged in giving back in the community mathis dozen affiliate with either the republican or democratic party a prerequisite for the job i think that that's probably the best way to describe me up a post partisan moderate is pretty much in the middle and i voted both for democratic and republican candidates up until now she's been reluctant to talk about her experience on the commission she refused to talk about the kind of hassle that she received the maps were drawn in two thousand eleven but the lawsuits against the commission only ended earlier this year i feel more comfortable talking about some of the stuff we went through now some of the things today i haven't talked about before the arizona constitution laid out six criteria for drawing districts one of which was competitiveness mathis was particularly interested in that one i think competitive deaths is inherently in american value in that i like to think not just me as an independent but all americans it's like a fair fight and so they wanna see whether it's in sports or politics serve markets that there's an opportunity for either side to win an and made the best candidate win but mathis had to consider more than just competitiveness i'd love to draw nine competitive districts that's not reality we have to comply as they said with the voting rights act for instance the district's were also required to have equal populations and be compact for example creating competitive district's is the last criterion listed in the constitution and it says quote where to do so would create new significant detriment to the other goals the constitution is written in such a way.
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