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Fresh update on "arizona" discussed on Bogey and Wojo

Bogey and Wojo

00:25 sec | 22 min ago

Fresh update on "arizona" discussed on Bogey and Wojo

"Of the eighth hole Orioles. They lead the Nationals 11th Nothing. Three NHL teams advancing to the Stanley Cup playoffs. After clinching their qualifying round. Siri's the Islanders closed out the Panthers, The Arizona Coyotes beat Nashville for three in overtime to clinch that serious that could any have stunned the Penguins to nothing. And they move on. Oilers of Black Hawks tied at two in the second blue jacket sleeve May police one Nothing in the first Spurs beat the Jazz Grizzlies over the thunder and the next clinch a playoff berth. Feeding the Kings by 13 on Bobby. Hey, it's Tiki Barber. Be sure to listen to CBS Sports.

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US: Border tunnel appears to be 'most sophisticated'

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 hrs ago

US: Border tunnel appears to be 'most sophisticated'

"An incomplete tunnel has been found that stretches from Mexico to Arizona it's being described by government officials as one of the most sophisticated tunnels in U. S. history the intention was smuggling it went from San Luis Rio Colorado Mexico to San Luis Arizona where it stops short of reaching the surface it had a ventilation system water lines electrical wiring a rail system and extensive reinforcement homeland security investigators started excavating around the tunnel a few weeks ago after someone reported a sinkhole near the border wall I'm a Donahue

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Fresh update on "arizona" discussed on Drive Time Sports

Drive Time Sports

00:22 sec | 22 min ago

Fresh update on "arizona" discussed on Drive Time Sports

"Was postponed. Blue Jays. The Red Sox are tied to top three the Rays of the Yankees or scoreless top of the seventh. Blake Snell of Masahiro Tanaka locked up in a good pitchers duel. Marla's lead the Mets for the one That game is through three at rainy City field. Top five the Pirates of a 43 leading the Tigers top of the eighth hole Orioles. They lead the Nationals 11 2 Nothing three NHL teams advancing to the Stanley Cup playoffs. After clinching their qualifying round. Siri's the Islanders close out the Panthers, The Arizona Coyotes beat Nashville for three in overtime to clinch that serious that could any has stunned the Penguins to nothing. And they move on. Oilers are black hawks tied at two in the second blue jacket sleeve May police one Nothing in the first Spurs beat the Jazz Grizzlies over the thunder and the next clinch a playoff berth. Feeding the Kings by 13..

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Former Arizona health director discusses safely returning to school

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:34 sec | 7 hrs ago

Former Arizona health director discusses safely returning to school

"Eyes on education, Arizona's former state health director, is giving the thumbs up to newly released health benchmarks that guide schools on when it's safe to reopen. During the Corona virus pandemic will humble is now the executive director of the Arizona Public Health Association. He tells his Gaydos and Chad that it covers all of the bases with solid metrics, including positivity rates and trends in new cases in terms of putting out solid guide kudos to Department of Education, the county Health Department and the State Health Department for putting something solid together.

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Fresh update on "arizona" discussed on The Conservative Circus

The Conservative Circus

00:45 min | 31 min ago

Fresh update on "arizona" discussed on The Conservative Circus

"Of existence in this country. You can point to a government failure. They missed the signs. It's going to continue to happen. It doesn't help if we make impossible standards. Based on Some idealistic goal. That no one should have died from this virus. That's ridiculous. That's what we're judging against. So every time you judge something against an impossible goal is going to be a failure. That's essentially what we're all doing. In Anthony Fauci, the great one himself. A couple of interesting things today. Has one. Now is the time to accelerate the fundamental preventive measures that we will talk about the masks, social distancing, avoiding crowds out there was greater than indoors, washing hands, etcetera, those kind of simple things. Can actually prevent that uptick from becoming a surgeon knows what he did not say closing down gym's closing down bars. He added this later do not. This is a different speeches was Brown University to completely locked down if we do things, right, and if we do those things right, I believe we can open up the economy. Get the employment back. Get people out of the doldrums of being why won't be saying this in March? Would've been helpful message. Again. Now it's August 7th. The fitness industry is basically ruined in this state. Restaurant industry's basically ruined across the country. Because we closed everything down. And it was basically a simple has washed your hands and stay six feet apart. The entire time. In a moment. Let's turn our attention to Arizona schools because Even saying, Look, let's talk like grown ups here. You don't want to go back to school, and you're a teacher, and they're making you go back to school. You have a decision to make. One teacher made a decision in the school wants $2000 from him will tell you all about that story coming up after we check traffic.

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'Wake up Call': Prominent Group Warns Biden Campaign That It's Falling Short on Outreach to Women of Color

The Takeaway

04:12 min | 8 hrs ago

'Wake up Call': Prominent Group Warns Biden Campaign That It's Falling Short on Outreach to Women of Color

"Want to back to something that you all at she the people did you had a series of virtual listening sessions and you're take away from those was that they were real. WAKEUP call. That's what you were quoted as saying, we're ringing alarm bells were saying we want to win. But if you listen to the women on the ground were not there yet can you talk to us about those sessions and your conversations with the Biden campaign about them she the People's network includes many women in the battleground states at the focus for us is an Arizona Texas Georgia Florida and the three Midwest states that trump won last time Michigan Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. And we gathered you know local and state elected officials and heads of organizations people who work on voter registration engagement, and we asked a series of open ended questions. How much do you see yourself in the campaign? Is the Biden campaign been in touch with you What are the issues that matter what would need to happen for you to want to amplify the message? What are your frustrations and what we heard? Is, that there was a lot of frustration on the on the ground amongst the women of color who are in the middle of the critical voter turnout we know in our big lesson from two thousand sixteen is that winning and twenty twenty is about turning out our voters and activating those who are most likely to vote democratic. That's women of color particularly black women and in the states that I mentioned with very few exceptions. Women of color about a quarter of the electorate in the majority of women and so It's incredibly crucial that the women of Color in these battleground states turn out at higher rates and how was the Biden teams response we had a meeting that that there was a lot of openness and listening I think there's some really smart women who the Biden campaign is brought on and I don't. Think it's any secret they're playing catch up. You know because it's not like Biden's a new candidate. You know it's just that right now for the general election in this strange year, the women who were on board now both Black Asian American. Latina who are an indigenous who are running speaking of folks on the ground there they're open they're listening the issue is that we we did not want. I didn't want to see these red flags and not talk about it because it is a People who are in the business of electoral politics, understand one of the biggest mistakes that the Hillary Clinton campaign, and when I say the campaign, it's a campaign it's the it was the priorities pack it was the major It was the party apparatus as a whole ecosystem. One of the biggest mistakes was not too deeply invest in black voters, which is black women early and often and look at it as turn out. There was way way too much focus on trying to convince Republicans are moderate white voters with the messaging and the Komo. You know all that in order to carry the election I. Still See evidence that we haven't completely learned the lesson from two thousand sixteen because WHO's going to be on the DNC stage. Well, John Casick, who is a Republican he's never trumper, but he's also the guy who in Ohio as governor got rid of the early voting Sundays with with. What black organizers would would call souls to the polls? So here's a guy on the DNC stage who was part of voter suppression in a key swing state. That affected the black community whom the Democrats depend on high turnout. We haven't gotten the the lesson fully but. Those of us who are on the ground understand what is going to need to happen, and we wanted to make sure to make those relationships and call out where we need to do some investment and fix things fast in order for us to have high turnout.

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Fresh update on "arizona" discussed on Mac and Gaydos

Mac and Gaydos

00:30 min | 54 min ago

Fresh update on "arizona" discussed on Mac and Gaydos

"Overnight We're expecting clear skies with our little run 84 but a warm weekend with 1 10 expected Saturday and 1 12 On Sunday and Monday and an excessive heat warning in effect Sunday night through Monday night, right now in Goodyear, 106 degrees weather brought to you by Howard Air. It's 502 now Corona virus in Arizona. Now that we know what the metrics are for Arizona schools to reopen for in person instruction we're learning. Who has the final say that type of opening decision is made it the governing board level or charter board level, and the governor holds authority if we need to do a statewide closure like we did in the spring, Arizona's superintendent of public instruction, Kathy Hoffman, tells the mic broom head show right now no county in the state meets the criteria that's needed to reopen. And Arizona health and education leaders now explaining how they reached the metrics for reopening schools during the Corona virus crisis, Peter same war is live with the story. Well now, experts wanted between five and 10%. Positivity rates and covert 19 tests results in each community to reopen classrooms. So Arizona settled on 7%. State epidemiologist Nick Stop reminds US Arizona once reached 21% and that those mitigation efforts that had been put into place both by county and city ordinance specifically or masking, really put Schools in a much better position to take. Lee Really, doctor Stop also says a Corona virus infection rate of 101 100,000 matches. Federal guidelines. Even though Arizona has a lower rate and again, none of Arizona's 15 counties meets all three metrics to reopen schools reporting live, Peter same or Katie. Our news. In a pediatric infectious disease specialist is now weighing in on those school reopening benchmarks. Griselda Latino joins us Live with that reaction. They're not as conservative as other parts of the country is certainly other arts world That's Dr Sean Elliott from the base College of Medicine. Describing the health banks benchmarks, he says, while our state is recommending a 7% positivity rate for covert 19 tests before students can return to campus, other parts of the country, the world using 5% in fact, New York City is using a 3% As for hospital visits related to covert 19 other parts of the country, they were using 5%. In fact, New York City is using a 3%. Still, he approves of the benchmarks, he says They can help schools determine when it's appropriate to reopen for in person Learning reporting live on Griselda City. No, Katie are news. And we're hearing from a valley mother who has her hands full trying to keep her kids on task during virtual learning that's going on now, Kate Hirsch of Gilbert tells Arizona's morning news that she and her husband have 12 kids at the House all adopted and fostered. They range in age from 4 to 14. I think our biggest issue is the Internet and just trying to keep with so many online like it just puts everybody off. Regardless of how many kids you have at home. Just give yourself the patients and and understand that, like the only thing we can do is our best. And as much as Hearst would like to see school's re open, she says. It cannot be until it's safe. The ongoing battle between Governor Doug Ducey and the gyms. Reopening continues A Leone is live in the news center with more. That's right. Becky, A Superior Court judge, who gave the state one week to provide Jim's with the way to apply for re opening, has rejected governor deuces motion to delay the order. Katie our legal analysts, Monica Lindstrom tells Now that the state has not been granted, Ducey will want the court of appeals to resolve this matter even quicker than before, because nothing is put on hold. However, this decision does not allow gyms to be reopened but mountainside. Venice who filed the lawsuit had said it plans to reopen as early as next week. Live in the new centre Daily on Air News this just in to the newsroom. The Republican race from Maricopa County share of still not decided, but it does look like a winner is emerging. With another 15,000 votes counted. Former chief Deputy Jerry Sheridan is leading former Sheriff Joe Arpaio by more than 6000 votes. There are about 15,000 votes left account. The winner will face share of Paul Penzone in November. Arizona Senator Kirsten Cinema says she's trying to do something to help prevent Covad. 19 scams introduced by Person sees act that expands FTC authority to stop false advertising and other deceptive ads during the Corona virus pandemic by increasing civil and criminal penalties on scammers Cinema, told the Senate Commerce Committee yesterday that one of Arizona's main covert 19 testing labs Sonora Quest has gotten reports that someone's been using its name and calling people asking for Social Security and bank account numbers. Other scammers or falsely promoting products, claiming they will cure the virus. She says her bill will help prevent those scams. The Bumble Bee Fire burning north of Black Canyon City has consumed more than 2000 acres. Fire sparked about nine this morning currently has no containment. Bureau of Land Management spokeswoman Delores Garcia tells Katie are right now We do know that it was human constant under investigation. That's because we haven't had any lightening or rain in the area to speak of recently. There are no active evacuations, but authorities Placed residents of Bumble Bee and Cleaner in a set status If the fire progresses toward those homes, 507 So let's check on the roads once again and get you home here is detoured and Valley Chevy dealers. Traffic Center. Thank you, Maculan. Not too awful bad of the crash department where we got trouble, Boy, This seems to be a lot of it. Earlier, we had a wreck on the I 10 eastbound That's south of the valley Approaching Casablanca Road. There is a 14 mile stretch of slow and go that it created our lane Gery open. Yeah, but man in the damage done. It's gonna take a while before this all gets cleared up, so miss very heavy. Also, we have a crash on the I can now eastbound Just approaching the statement, 51. Many stack two right lanes are blocked Your near 16th Street, 10 eastbound on 43rd Avenue, wrecking the exit ramp and still working the closure of this afternoon of cactus. Eastbound at 91st Avenue for.

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Teacher addresses house select sub-committee on dangers of coronavirus

All Things Considered

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Teacher addresses house select sub-committee on dangers of coronavirus

"Angelus. Skilling's had a personal story to tell lawmakers the second grade teacher in a small Arizona town addressed the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis from inside a classroom earlier this summer, she was teaching summer school with two fellow educators, she said. They wore masks stayed socially distant and never so much as shared a pencil, she said. All three teachers contracted Cove in less than two weeks later, one of them died. Our careers are not just about our students. We also have to worry about our community. And the people we work with and our own families at home. Skilling's told the committee. She and her colleagues want to do what's best for students, but the reopening of schools should not be rushed.

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Fresh "arizona" from 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:52 min | 55 min ago

Fresh "arizona" from 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"Lower cost stocks were mostly hired to finish the week The Dow rose 47. NASDAQ fell 97 wins. News Time won And from the traffic center tonight. Here is Kelly Dylan and let's deal with the eastbound on Island Expressway in Gislason Avenue. Pretty slow with a broken down car stuck in the left lane. And here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels of Arizona Bridge, Staten Island bound lower deck. There was a crash blocking the left lane. Luckily that was quickly cleared away. So all lanes reopened and delays gazing out not looking too bad. Across the George right now, the Lincoln Outbound down to a 15 minute waged the Holland about 30 minutes. Right now, in New Jersey. We do have a crash on their within Garden State Parkway approaching Exit 1 49 that is blocking the right lane, slowing things up a bit. Also on the North bound the Jersey Turnpike truck planes right before the Molly Pitcher service area that earlier tractor trailer fire still getting cleared up from the right lane. So if you can car lanes looking better, and here's what we see on Long Island's Big three not too much happening in NASA at the mall. Went quiet on the AL, I e. The northern and Southern states traffic in transit to every 10 minutes on the ones and breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen. I'm Kelly Dylan on 10 10 wins. Governor Cuomo says all schools in the state can reopen this fall that they choose because the covert 19 effects and rates are below the threshold.

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Houston Astros pitcher Lance McCullers upset about Chase Field roof opening mid-game

Mac and Gaydos

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

Houston Astros pitcher Lance McCullers upset about Chase Field roof opening mid-game

"Fields. Red retractable roof is the subject of controversy after last night's Arizona Diamondbacks game. The Houston Astros are upset because the roof was opened up in the fourth inning before it was opened. The Astros were leading four to nothing. After it was opened. The D'backs erupted for nine runs in the fourth inning and went on on to to win win 14 14 to to 7. 7. Houston Houston pitcher pitcher at at Lance Lance McCullers McCullers complained complained that that fly fly balls balls that that were were routine routine catches catches with with the the roof roof closed, closed, flew flew out out of of the the park park when when the the roof roof was was opened. opened. Astros manager Dusty Baker said he'd seen it happen before the D'backs say both teams have been told before the game that the roof would open in the fourth inning.

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C.D.C. Warns Against Drinking Hand Sanitizer

Steve and Ted

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

C.D.C. Warns Against Drinking Hand Sanitizer

"About hand sanitizers. They're not warning us against cleaning our hands during the pandemic, But the CDC says some people are drinking hand sanitizer. Sometimes it's Children who don't realize what they're drinking. But in other cases, it stains and adults who are drinking it because of the alcohol content of particular concern, sanitizers that can Cane methanol. The CDC reports several cases in Arizona and New Mexico of people becoming seriously ill. After swallowing sanitizer containing methanol. They cite the case of a man who suffered major vision loss. After doing this drinking methanol can also cause seizures and can even be fatal. There were more than a dozen hand sanitizers on the market containing method. All the Food and Drug Administration has now re called all of them. They say you should only he was sanitizer is made with ethanol or ice appropriate all for more

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President Trump says mail-in voting will be a ‘catastrophe’

Business Rockstars

00:29 sec | 1 d ago

President Trump says mail-in voting will be a ‘catastrophe’

"President Trump still calling Mail in voting as an option in this 2020 general election. A catastrophe waiting to happen. In an Oval Office event yesterday with Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, the president said Mail in voting would be in many places a disaster. Absentee voting great, but this mail in voting with male indiscriminately, millions and millions of ballots to people. You're never going to know who won the election. You

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FBI raids California home of YouTube star Jake Paul

TIME's Top Stories

02:11 min | 1 d ago

FBI raids California home of YouTube star Jake Paul

"Agents including Swat team served a search warrant at the home of Youtube Star Jake Paul on Wednesday the F. B. I. executed the search warrant starting at six am at the Calabasas California mansion in connection with an ongoing investigation. FBI spokeswoman Laura Miller said in a statement a judge has sealed search warrant affidavit and Miller said, she could not reveal the nature of the investigation or the person it was served on. Paul's Richard Sean failed confirmed the home was. We understand that a search warrant was executed at Jake's Calabasas home this morning while Jake was out of state Schoenfeld said on an email we are still gathering information and will cooperate with the investigation. Video. From local television news helicopters showed agents gathering several rifles from the sprawling property where the boxing ring and a hot tub in the backyard that appears in many of Paul's recent youtube videos. A SWAT team initially entered the property I Miller said, no arrests were made police in Scottsdale Arizona on. Wednesday. said, they were dismissing charges of criminal trespassing and unlawful assembly there against Paul and two others so that a federal criminal investigation can be completed, but they may be refiled later. Paul had been charged there when he appeared on video in June inside a Scottsdale Mall that big crowd of people that broken into looting stores. Paul said in subsequent Youtube video that he had only been looking for people protesting the death of George. Floyd and he did not take part in any of the destruction. Paul twenty-three has over twenty million followers on his youtube channel, which features stunts, pranks, stories from his personal life and more recently music videos. He rose to fame on the short video APP vine and spent two years as an actor on the Disney Channel Show. Bizarre is older brother Logan Paul has a similar youtube channel with even more followers. Neighbors have complained to media outlets for several years about the stunts Jake Paul is pulled on the property for his Youtube Channel. Last month. calabasas. Mayor Alicia. Weintraub harshly criticized him after video emerged of dozens of people at a party at his home amid the coronavirus outbreak with no apparent masks or social

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Trump lauds Arizona as success of virus 'embers' strategy

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 d ago

Trump lauds Arizona as success of virus 'embers' strategy

"There are thousands of new coronavirus cases being reported each day in the hard hit Sun Belt states but Arizona's governor received special praise for his handling of the pandemic the latest tally in Arizona shows eighty seven new deaths reported Wednesday and nearly seventeen hundred new infections but the state seems to be turning a corner with the seven day averages going lower president trump hosted Arizona governor Doug Ducey a Republican quick to reopen his state calling to see a model for the rest of the country he was hit very hard and he's and he hit back even harder Florida surpassed half a million infections Wednesday with two hundred twenty five new deaths California's had more than five hundred twenty seven thousand infections and a nationwide tally of four point eight million with more than a hundred fifty seven thousand deaths according to Johns Hopkins University hi Jackie Quinn

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Trump lauds Arizona as success of virus 'embers' strategy

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 d ago

Trump lauds Arizona as success of virus 'embers' strategy

"There are thousands of new coronavirus cases being reported each day in the hard hit Sun Belt states but Arizona's governor received special praise for his handling of the pandemic the latest tally in Arizona shows eighty seven new deaths reported Wednesday and nearly seventeen hundred new infections but the state seems to be turning a corner with the seven day averages going lower president trump hosted Arizona governor Doug Ducey a Republican quick to reopen his state calling to see a model for the rest of the country he was hit very hard and he's and he hit back even harder Florida surpassed half a million infections Wednesday with two hundred twenty five new deaths California's had more than five hundred twenty seven thousand infections and a nationwide tally of four point eight million with more than a hundred fifty seven thousand deaths according to Johns Hopkins University hi Jackie Quinn

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Biden Campaign Announces $280 Million Ad Buy Through Fall

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

Biden Campaign Announces $280 Million Ad Buy Through Fall

"The Biden presidential campaign is reserving $280 million in digital and television ads through the fall. That's nearly twice the amount President Trump's campaign as reserved for the same period. Biden is reserving airtime in 15 states, which includes a number of traditional swing states, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Florida. The Biden campaign is also reserving time. In historically Republican states, including Arizona, Georgia and Texas. Many of the ads will focus on what it says is the president's lack of leadership on the Corona virus pandemic in Washington. John Decker Fox

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Controversial influencer Jake Paul's home raided by FBI

Donna and Steve

00:27 sec | 2 d ago

Controversial influencer Jake Paul's home raided by FBI

"YouTube star Jake Paul's home in Calabasas, California was searched by the FBI this morning, A search warrant was executed. However, it remains unclear why authorities searched his home all recently faced a backlash for throwing a big party in his Calabasas mansion were social distancing and masks. We're not a thing. So Paul also had a run in with the law in June, when he was charged with unlawfully entering and remaining inside the Scottsdale Fashion Square mall in Arizona when it

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Nearly 1700 coronavirus cases in Arizona, 87 deaths reported

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Nearly 1700 coronavirus cases in Arizona, 87 deaths reported

"Testing is up in Arizona, but are the number of new cases as well? Where's Taylor? Kendra joins us live with the latest numbers. Yeah. Bob. More than 13,000 tests were processed overnight, which is nearly double the number of tests from the day before, but the number of new cases is still relatively low, with 1698 new cases reported. However, our daily death count's still remains relatively high, with an 87 new deaths reported this morning. And it appears that after yesterday's slight uptick in Corona virus related hospitalizations, ventilator use and I C u bed use those numbers all went down today again just under 1700 new Corona virus cases. An 87 new deaths reported live in the new

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High desert flower farming in Arizona with Aishah Lurry of Patagonia Flower Farm

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

05:20 min | 2 d ago

High desert flower farming in Arizona with Aishah Lurry of Patagonia Flower Farm

"Was thinking about you all week thinking, how is she farming when it's over a one hundred degrees so give us sort of a snapshot of your farm and like how do you cope with those conditions? Well, let me tell you first of all, we're in what's called the high desert where about four thousand feet above sea level. So we're in the mountain. Okay. So near probably always consistently ten degrees cooler than Tucson in almost fifteen degrees cooler than Phoenix. So settle a little secret about where you are is because of allegation exactly now it's hot outside it's a little hot, but you know it works in it's funny because one of the benefits about living here it does snow. We get snow in the winter, but it's usually gone by noon our ground never freezes. So the soil is always workable all and very rarely have like a hard frost. So if you think of like I, go up in Boston, it would start to get colder and colder nine pm pm and that's when the coldest would happen. But here the coldest time it seems like is early in the morning three or five. In the sun rises in warm things up in usually. So is just a click fraud so that can damage some plants but for the most part, we have no problem. So I don't know and I I just I guess, I have the desire to grow flowers GonNa make it happen or the variances is what's crazy is that it can be like ninety five degrees during the day and then in the thirties at night. It's crazy I mean I was thinking when you talked about snowing in the morning at least you're getting precipitation where other parts of Arizona are not getting precipitation. So even though it snow, it becomes the moisture the roots need that's in. It's wonderful when the snow slowly melts in and gets into the soil, you really can't beat that. while. So give us snapshot of Patagonia Flower Farm, and of course I pick a Patagonia as the clothing, but it's actually the name of a town and I believe a mountain somewhere, right? Yes. In it's actually pronounced Pentagon Yep. Okay Not like the brand to girl. No. So it's very hilly. We got a lot of grasslands here Yes. So it's really really beautiful. A lot of people think of Arizona and they think of Oh. It's everything's GonNa be dry. We've got quite a bit of green going on Yeah. It's really a beautiful town the Pentagon, yet self only has about a thousand people that that live here Old Mining town in it's quite a lot of retire. You can imagine a lot of artists, letter retirees, a lot of women. So it's an interesting sweets out. Wow. That's I wanNA visit. That sounds really wonderful. Yeah and is there much agriculture they're like. Are. You a lone ranger to use the Weser your lot. Of course. Now, a lot of people are gardening. You know it's funny because there is A. Organization here in town that I work very very closely with called Borderland Restoration. So they have a big greenhouse here where they sell native plants in the harvest seeds germinate the season, create more plans to restore the over you know. Overworked will say off. Areas of. Of. Southern Arizona. So so yeah. So. There are few. Let me think. So, before I moved here like years before there was a A Dalia grower here believe it or not, and I know that they must have had a lot of shade because we need the shape of the Dahlia's but But yeah. So a little bit here and there but I think borderlands nursery is the biggest like grower right now and it is mostly native Oh. That's so interesting. So your what's the size and scale of of your farm and give us a snapshot of what all the pieces to the puzzle there. Okay. So. I am what is called a micro farm about or thousand square feet, and I'm growing things very tightly together and I. You know I took 'em a Florette alumni I took her class in twenty seventeen. So I follow a lot of her protocols and the only differences I do a no till I keep the landscape fabric down and Yes. So so that's if I do the landscape fabric I've got who those short tunnels I don't have a greenhouse yet, but one day. And yes, I have an area where I'm doing mostly perennials and then I have my annual and at borderlands has been so gracious of allowing me to use a quite about fifteen hundred square feet where I've been growing sunflowers in in the ground or undercover know in the ground vendor landscape fabric on their property warring. Yeah. But I love it that like you've been entrepreneurial enough to figure out how to. Access land that wasn't being utilized, but you knew would be perfect for some flowers. Eight. Wow.

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Insurer reverses course, will provide COVID-19 coverage for Arizona schools

Arizona's Morning News

00:31 sec | 2 d ago

Insurer reverses course, will provide COVID-19 coverage for Arizona schools

"The largest insurer for schools in Arizona is changing its policy on Cove in 19 last week, the Air's on a school risk Retention Trust said it wouldn't provide liability coverage for Corona virus. Now, the trust tells it will be available to the nearly 250 school districts and community college is it covers statewide. There will be an additional charge based on the size of the district, and there are also a couple conditions. First, the district's must have a re opening plan, with guidelines promoting on campus health and safety and second parents will have to sign a liability waiver.

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More than 500 inmates at Arizona prison test positive for COVID-19

Arizona's Morning News

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

More than 500 inmates at Arizona prison test positive for COVID-19

"Stunning numbers from our state prison in Tucson. The Arizona Department of Corrections reports. About half of the inmates and wets in the wet stone unit have tested positive for covert 19. There are about 1000 inmates in the unit at more than 500 have tested positive for G. O. C. Says all the covert positive inmates have been separated from those who aren't infected, and staff with the infected inmates are equipped with full pp. That includes and 95 masks, gowns, gloves and face shields. The department Of Corrections says all prison complex staff have been required to wear masks since June, 15th inmates were given masks on July 2nd.

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AstraZeneca Rivals Moderna in Race to Successful SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine with ChAdOx1 nCov-19!

Breaking Biotech

04:28 min | 5 d ago

AstraZeneca Rivals Moderna in Race to Successful SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine with ChAdOx1 nCov-19!

"So I'm glad to be back and I have a pretty exciting show for everyone today the main. Main Serb we're going to talk about is the latest publication by AstraZeneca in the Journal. The. Lancet of their source to vaccine, and we're going to take a look at the data, look safety and contrast that to what I talked about with regards to earn his maxine last week. So definitely check out that show first and then watch this if you're interested by. That's going to be the main story, and then we're also gonNA touch on a few other biotech companies that invested in that updated their earnings, the last little wild for Q. Two. So that's going to do for the show. And really that's not much going on in the biotech space unfortunately lately, we seem quite a sell off in the X., p. I and I think that's largely due to the executive orders announced by the trump administration when I looked at them though it didn't seem to affect the company's I'm invested in which are mostly small and mid cap. Biotech. These executive orders had more of an impact on drugs that actually price right now in the market and the one in particular, that's concerning for large-cap Pharma is the one that forces companies to maintain pricing through the US and ex us. A lot of companies are able to charge a premium in the US compared to ex us, and now there's going to have to be normalized in what that means is that often these left lower their price for Americans which they didn't need to do before this so. That's kind of what's going on in biotech space excitement in the market otherwise has to do more with the tech companies that just destroyed their earnings on Friday. So we saw a huge increases in facebook, apple Amazon Google. So the sciences to be flowing more towards those companies than the XP. Even though the FBI did recently hit all-time highs. Personally I managed to get on a road trip in the last week or so and I checked out SEDONA Arizona for those who've not been there. It's definitely worth checking out if you live in the US, it's it's pretty gorgeous place except for the heat, the heat is pretty insane and somebody lives in San Diego, it's shocking to see the numbers go up to one hundred and fourteen degrees, Fahrenheit, but it was nice to get away for a bit and one other piece of business I. GotTa Get through is to give a shoutout to a friend of mine named Dave Coggin. And the reason for this that we had a friendly bet over a ping pong tournament yesterday that I would give him a shout-out if I lost all the games against him and he ended up beating me in every one of them. So with that, let's actually get into the meat of the show. And again, thanks everybody. All support all the emails in tweets in the comments on my channel are very, very much appreciated. It does go far with in terms of spreading the word and getting the podcast out there. So thank you for that. Now, the first company I WANNA talk about is trillium therapeutics, and they're sitting around fifty, five, hundred and fifty, million dollar market CAP, and we're talking about them today because they had a press release announcing a delay in data and people were expecting a clinical update on their six to one and sixty two product in the middle of twenty twenty, and that's around this time now, and instead what we're hearing is that they're going to. To this update at the American Society for Hematology Meeting in December of twenty twenty. So it's about a six month delay, not the end of the world, but there was really no relevant update provided in this press release. They mentioned that can relax refractory C. T. cell patients have been enrolled in the first four cohorts, and they were treated with the sixty. One monotherapy at does doses up to one point, four milligrams per kilogram. They also mentioned that they completed dose limiting top evaluation of cohort four, which is that one point, four milligrams per kilogram does and they're now moving onto the two point zero milligram per kilogram dose. So not really much to report the stock sold off from the sevens to around the fives and then was bought back into the sixes. So I think my average position is around the fives end. I decided not take an additional position into it because I am pretty heavy in the stock. And yet, it's unfortunate delay, but I don't think the fundamentals of the company at all are in jeopardy and some other things to know if you WANNA take a position in sort of CD, forty, seven molecule, which is what Chile him is commercializing They did announce a solid tumor study, which is going to be starting pretty soon, and we're GONNA see data in that in twenty twenty one. So if they see good data in solid tumors I think the stock could Garner maybe a five x valuation from where it is. Now, let's kind where I see trillium eventually, and I plan on holding well into twenty. Twenty one.

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Anti Masker vs. David C. Smalley

Dogma Debate

04:26 min | 6 d ago

Anti Masker vs. David C. Smalley

"One thing about having. A show for so long. As I'm able to build relationships with people. And many of you who've been along the journey with me for so many years know that we love going back and checking up on folks who have been on the show and I would say there's probably out of all the shows we've had this episode I think four, hundred, seventy, five. Holy. Moly. We can really close a five hundred episodes and now that I'm doing two week at least for the time, it's getting there faster. And over ten years out of all that time in all those hours, they're probably still only. Somewhere between five and ten guests that stand out as just the fans absolute favourite like the people that you just absolutely fall in love with. John. Christie, was one of those for sure Kathy Taylor has been one of those for sure the youth pastor John, Gerry has been one of those for sure and I can't name them all I. Don't have a top ten list in my opinion necessarily but the ones I just hear the most from the ones that the listeners really just sort of latch onto in an email me on a regular basis and go hey man, do you have an update on this person? How were they doing or what's going on with this person? Will. Today's guest is absolutely in that list. He's he's one of these guests who came on. And at first angered some people right but. At the same time just started to sort of stroke the heartstrings of so many listeners wanted to reach out to him and make sure he was okay and Sometimes they did it through me sometimes, they may have found on social media I don't know, but it was a very it was it was a loving moment and I even went on a comedy tour. And I was I was doing comedy in Arizona, and this was like last year brought me some time in summer. And a listener came up to me after a comedy show and was like man. That episode just changed my perspective on so much I need to know an update. How's he doing? And the reason it was so impactful because he first came on the show and I think the title of the show was ex gay Christian versus David Small. And he sort of gave the story of how he was no longer gay. He prayed about it God took the urges away and then he was on arguing the Christian. Position. And I just kept thinking was Man. I really hope you know that when the urges do come back or or whatever goes away that that he remembers this conversation and sure enough he did and six months later he came back on the show to inform us that when he did have the urge again and Saul Saul someone that we thought was really attractive. His first two words were damaged David and we had a huge laugh about that and I really connected with this guy, and then he sort of came around to say you know what really a choice. It's a part of who I am and he began challenging religion and in posting differently, and it was just an absolute transformation and I've really valued our friendship. and then he got really popular on Tiktok, and I mean well over two hundred thousand followers on Tiktok as instagram started to grow as well and I was really proud of him. He was taking stances about homework and public schools and he was getting more and more passionate and I love watching his audience grow in watching his passion grow and I just I'm really fond of this guy think he's an absolutely wonderful person and I've seen him go through their struggle and I'm have been proud to call him a friend. And so you can imagine. My absolute dismay. And heartbreak. When I opened instagram. And I see him post. This. I hear these left-wing authoritarian fascist say it's only a mask what you have to worry about. You know they told the Jews the same thing it's only tattoo. What you have to worry about. It's only a gold star. What do you have to worry about? It's only a work camp what do you have to worry about? It's only gas chamber what do you have to worry about? Make It make sense? Ouch.

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"arizona" Discussed on 5-4

5-4

11:18 min | 2 months ago

"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

5-4

11:22 min | 2 months ago

"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.

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"arizona" Discussed on 5-4

5-4

01:39 min | 2 months ago

"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.

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"arizona" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

03:56 min | 5 months ago

"arizona" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Yeah I mean Latinos even in the same are anywhere. They're not on the list and we can see it. Also from the rate of registration of independent voters we have more independent voters registered in our state today than we have Democrats and it's actually that number is getting really close to overall Republican registered voters so the state is is considered the the overall not. Just let me know so royal. They consider themselves a very independent pragmatic state. By like we're the desert like we had to kind of rely on ourselves for self reliance and independence so right and there's really there's something about Arizona that this is not a monolith. You cannot target all types of voters to France on age on gender on ethnicity so I would say don't just invest you have to invest with the right vehicles because those are the types of pockets that they will be more depending on who is a trusted messenger. That is asking them to move and to create action. And then I think we have a if not the highest has the second highest of voter registration based on Latino young people. So we are the most young Latino states in the probably all of the United States. So up there. You're definitely in the top two or three signed the bar and then taking into account a place like California Frank. The people don't get this. Yeah and we are expanding into a significant percentage of the voter share. And that's what is actually creating the competitiveness for the Senate rains for the presidential race for all kinds of Also state legislature that BA candles. Gerrymander us into districts. Because we're everywhere. Well listen let's circle back after. The primaries in hope Yasser Safe. Let's keep things going because I actually think to be on it. This is my prediction. No matter what happens I mean. I think we're going to be in a good place in this country. We're going to have to have an election. But I actually think zone is going to determine the outcome of this twenty twenty six now. I'm I'm good with that. I I think it's GonNa be a set where people are gonna I mean I think I think if you look at the path of victory for Democrats even if they lose a place like Florida If they pick up Arizona in another state like I say Wisconsin or Michigan again That's that that gets them over the top. So don't so like says do not ignore Arizona this year people not We'll stay in touch good. I said we'll do this. Tastic for me. Utah Shows Hands Socio. Since all of them we didn't remotely so good we've done every guideline but thank you so much I really appreciate it. And we're going to circle back number we'll bring you back on because you it's it's important. I think zone is an important state so good. Okay guys if you like what you heard seriously just rate and review. Us share this podcast like I said we'll do our best to share as much as we can. We want to be one of the outlets that you you pay attention to. We're trying to share the most credible information that we can and we hope that at least you see some some value in the information that we give you just want to thank you again for being on and we will be back soon and a couple of days pretty sure and like we always do. We always close out. Whitlam Play Minnesota. We are does Julia Galleria Latino rebels radio guys. Please stay safe.

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"arizona" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

11:03 min | 5 months ago

"arizona" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Aerobic Radio about to you. Know rebels radio. Who's here is Monday. March sixteenth? One six twenty twenty and we're dropping an extra episode of Latino Rebels Radio because I felt like doing it. And because I have the fabulous Lima out of Tucson Arizona. Who's going to be joining me In a couple of minutes because I talked to her online earlier today and Because I wanted to talk to her a little bit about Arizona. What's going on what's going on in Arizona? There is a There is a primary. Were very aware of things that are happening with the Kovic nineteen global pandemic especially in the United States but this is a national political director of community change and I thought it would be nice to talk to her about what's going on in Arizona. Try to focus on some of the misperceptions that are happening in that state. But we're four we do. I did want to share a couple things about the The Krona virus epidemic. That is happening in the United States. Right now I'm recording from Boston. Which is actually where I am based and We're in one of those hot spots and it's You know I have all my family here. Everything's good everyone's safe. Were doing everything. We're staying home But just wanted to let people know that the White House did release a new set of guidelines with the CDC. That came out on Monday evening. It's called fifteen days to slow the spread I tried to get a Spanish version of it and we're GONNA still try to find a Spanish version of it. I contacted the White House I asked for Spanish version. I was invited to to to be on the call as a member of the press. I couldn't make the call but I did get the the new guidelines by the White House but I ask Spanish version so far. There's no Spanish version. But we did share the new guidelines on Latino rebels on my Twitter as well who lethal seventy-seven couple of things you know talks about if you're feeling sick stay home. Don't go to work if your children sick. Keep them home. They'll send them to school. Although schools are closing faster and faster all over this country. Is someone in your household has tested positive for the corona virus. Keep the entire household at home. Do not go to work. Do not go to school. Contact your medical provider if you are an older person or if you know if you Take care of older people or if you have an older person in the family that older person according to the White House and the CDC should stay home and avoid and stay away from other people and finally if you're a person with a serious underlying health condition that can put you in an increased Risk right of of getting You know of getting the corona virus for example can be a condition that impairs your long heart function or weakens your immune system. Stay home and stay away from people. So listen we're going to try to share as much as we can at Latino rebels you know. We're we're we're one of many news outlets. That are trying. We're GONNA have a cove in nineteen tab on Latino rebels DOT COM. We'll do our best to share what we think is relevant for our community wanted to share that information as well for you guys if you want more seriously go to the CDC Corona and also Corona Virus Dot. Gov the CDC's providing some very good information. And so it's something for you guys to to to look at following what's going on and stay safe out there. Wash your hands and you know socially distance. It's very important in the meantime. I wanted to share this conversation. We'd get Sei. We talked earlier today about Arizona. We did talk a little bit. About what the corona virus would it means to the Arizona? Primary as you know right now there's an Arizona primary the Florida primary there's an Illinois primary a march seventeen. There's also an Ohio one and the moment There was a push to postpone the Ohio primary. But now I'm literally checking my twitter as I'm talking to you in a Zombie recording and I got a notification from Reuters said that an that an Ohio judge has denied a request to postpone the state's presidential primary on Tuesday. The judge's decision is being appealed. Ohio Department of Health spokesman Spokeswoman Melanie Amato said as Florida Arizona and Illinois. Prepare to proceed with voting. We're still trying to figure all this out guys This is what I guess. This is what we're doing as a country but anyway let's talk about Arizona. So here's the conversation that I had earlier today with Gracanica Lima I. Hey thank you. So much for getting on Latino rebels radio the day before the Arizona primary. Thank you so much for inviting me. I'm happy to hear all right. So listen obviously. The Global Pandemic Cove in nineteen is played an issue in disrupting just the world and the United States and states. Where you are in Tucson. There's a primary tomorrow the mood out there. What are people saying? What are people going to vote like? What what are people saying about all this? You know I I am almost concern. At how normal everyone is I think a little bit of what other people have experienced with shopping. A little bit too much but in general. I'm I'm kind of amazed at how normal everyone is moving about their days about their routines Which is I? Don't know worrisome. I would say yeah so. Are You thinking well let me ask? You should should people be voting tomorrow. Or what do you think or what I mean. I always tough. I know it's tough because you you you do this you. Your job is to get people to get politically engaged. Yeah and you do a great job and we'll talk about that a little bit but we'd try. Yeah like right now. How are you feeling like seriously people no I? I have to ask myself that question because I have to vote. I have in turn in my balance. But there's a couple of things that are giving me hope in in the or certainty in in the safety of people are going to one as we have a huge number of voters here in our state that vote by what we call there early permanent early violently so you get a balloting your mail and then you just go drop it off so I think that the fact that we have a really. Big percentage of voters and especially voters of color Because of the efforts of grassroots organizations that have put in them on those slaves that they rate of contact or then touching other things in the polling place is much more limited. You just have to go in and drop off your ballot. I am also following very closely. All of the different information that we're getting from Monica and from Pima County so our state in general just have like twelve confirmed cases of the corona virus. And it doesn't seem like there's a certain Epicenter as you might experience. It's not a hot spot right exactly. I'm in I'm in Boston. I'm in the Boston area. You know Doodo media's in New York like we all went home. We're all working from home and like restaurants are shutting down so. I see what you're saying doesn't mean that people shouldn't take precautions rain but it means that they're the mood is different and the level of of high alertness is different Which I think it's also gonNA play on what we're going to see which I'm expecting that we're gonNA see pretty consistent voter turnout to what we signed. Two Thousand Sixteen if not above that so basically if people do go vote out tomorrow. There's going to be social distancing there's GonNa be ways to keep it a safe as possible but it still like. No one knows right you. You're we right now can happen in the next twelve hours in the United States and low so with that said I don't want to. This is the problem as well. Obviously it is. It is a very important story it is a story that is impacting the world But there's a part of me being a human being a journalist to be like the history of Arizona's people have been working hard and I wanted to give you an opportunity to sort of give me an overview of that work that has been put into Arizona for this election cycle. Because I do think. Obviously it's getting. I mean it's going to get a lot of stuff going to get loss right now. At least I want to record a little history so maybe maybe people listen to it tonight or tomorrow. Or when they're working remotely or socially distancing and maybe they'll learn something about Arizona because I do think it's changed a lot so yeah opportunity to sort of like educate people about what they have gotten wrong about Arizona recently. Well there's there's one particular story that I think is getting missed around the story of of young voters and actually the story of young people in this election I think everyone continues tool a measure. The motivation excitement on commitment of young boy in this election Through the voter turnout in. It's one measurement of enthusiasm and motivation. But it is not the only measurement that we should be taking away from the story about young people getting active today. Arizona sexually a pretty. We're stayed that. Is Changing our demographics. It's trending younger because of Latinos in the states and I also think that people are missing the story about how young people who got politicize in Sweden seventy have actually transformed that current state. So it's it's like keep trying to take snapshot of the Voter Universe and the voter turnout of this particular cycle when they forget that actually this state.

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"arizona" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

16:03 min | 7 months ago

"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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"arizona" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"arizona" Discussed on Get Up!

"You cannot now they need to do some work as far as making sure he has weapons on the perimeter to help him get the job done to make sure that the running game continues to be developed the offense align hopefully, these guys stay healthy because take one through five the Redskins. Offensive lines is good as anyone in the NFL when they're all healthy ready to go. They've just been decimated by injuries in past years. So he's got a lot of things going for him down there and on top of it. He's got Landon Collins on that football team. Who was also set down the road by the New York Giants that game the giants the Redskins. I hope Daniel Jones play sooner rather than later. Hope doing sooner rather than later because that's going to be must see TV. Absolutely. That's always been a great rivalry. Maybe it's a little bit better. Still Lewis stay there. I'm not a big story coming out of last night. Obviously right at the very beginning of the night collar Marino surprise, going number one overall to Arizona. So the Heisman Trophy winner goes to the desert thus far the cardinals of not found a deal for Josh Rosen, whom they took in the first round a year ago. Here was Adam Schefter in our first hour with more on Rosen. Three teams that the cardinal spoke to about a potential Josh Rosen deal during the off season or the giants chargers and the Miami Dolphins. Well, the new giants went out and drafted dangle Jones last night chargers haven't really had much interest and sign tyrod Taylor. And now that leaves the dolphins who still have quarterback questions as the lone possibility. The two sides have spoken some talks are going along right now, they're not exhilarating especially fats. But you would think that there would be something of a deadline today. All right into three continue again that was Adam Schefter in our first hour. We're just giving you a sense see where it says rock bottom. That's where we're sitting. And you see the stage. It's very close to us, and they have extraordinarily lab music going from there. So our apologies. If that is interfering with your ability here, we'll do the best we can to continue here on our set. I've Rex Ryan and Marcus fears. So Rex we were discussing moment ago whether or not it is feasible to function with both Josh Rosen and Cuyler Marie on the same team as a head coach. Can you make that work? Well, I've been here you'd have to make it work. But I ain't them. That work and they have to date they're gonna create a, but we've seen this before the Dallas Cowboys we put up a stat that no team back to back round picks to nineteen seventy at that position. That's not true. Troy Aikman win with the first sold. All big. And then they follow that up with Steve off. Maybe there was two years in between that that happened for one year, then they moved on from wall sake traded walls for number of fix. So I think you're gonna move out. We'd eats positive ho-jo going in Arizona. You got Kyle Murray and their kidney other cat out. You're gonna give what you can get for Rosen and move on. What do the is is not gonna work because it's not designed to work. You drafted column. Are- ought to get rid of jot Rovan they the Arizona Cardinals in their brands saying that we don't want this to work. We don't need this the work there on the phone as a probably a month ago to get rid of Josh rose. Knowing that they would make this move. It's a difficult situation when you're in a quarterback room. And I think what makes it more difficult is too young guys. Josh Rosen sitting in the room saying I'm good enough to play in the NFL calendar is saying the same thing. And don't forget a lot of people don't notice about caliber hand talked about it much. He was at Texas AM with another recruit that was number one in country day Callan was in the same quarterback group. Kevin suddenly ended up losing those guys because it just doesn't exist. It doesn't coexist. Will you take a guy I in the draft and hit in the draft at the same position. And the most important position in football. Let me segue back to the previous conversation about twain Haskins..

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"arizona" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"arizona" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"To spend the entire last ten minutes in this game. At the free throw line is the only way they're going to be able to stop the clock. And it's the only way they're going to be able to get back in this game is to play defense tight and commit fouls. You gotta make stops. And again being candy ass. You're gonna have to get physical, and they're going to have to bang, and they're gonna have to get out and get every rebound. I don't know. It's a lot to ask. I don't know climbed back into it. I know you're right. You can get a couple of buckets. The problem is they don't shoot. Well, they're not shooting. Well, in my opinion, when they only have one guy that at school shooting eighteen percent from downtown. They're shooting thirty percent of the game. Bottom line is they suck shooting the rock. Meanwhile, Arizona state has not had to shoot threes. But when they did they hit them fifty percent of them. They're four of eight from downtown enter shooting forty eight percent from the floor and a game. So that's my point. Now, they shoot another three and mess. Now. You gotta scored they turn it over. You gotta be kidding made is team. You gotta be kidding me. Did you see them give up that ball? And then herald passages throw right back to Mike. How did you not see that guy? During the weeds. That's how you're gonna lose a game. You get a rebound. You go off the Courtney throw the ball away and give up the basket and they missed their last five shots because they can't shoes they suck that's gonna lose this game. Because at the end of the day, they suck up thirty five points at twenty seven minutes through this game. I mean, you get a rebound you're downtown. And you turn it over in your own end. You can't even get it up over at a time line. That's all you need to know. Right. That's it and Mullen knows it too. And how about the scoop lay out they just gave up. It really is. Unbelievable. How I mean ugly. Saint John's looks in this game. Now, all the apologised for Saint John's around here, aren't there a bunch of them that work here? So many a bunch of Saint John's fans turnover. Are you kidding me? How many turnovers do they got they just don't even get shots off? That's how bad they are. They turn the ball over every time. They get it. Every trip they get it either in their own, and they turn it over are down in the other end. They turn it over this game's over. There's no win in this game. They can't even get the ball at the court. Let alone get a shot off. And you see this. Now, what are you gonna blow it? Call Val there. Every single down turn it over blow it watch. That's all they do. And then miss shots brick. Oh god. Nice rebound. But a horrible wild shot. Mrs everything I think this game's over. He's shoved him for that rebound. Just see that miss that. Call. But they're really calling for Arizona state. I gotta tell you, and I have no interest in Saint John's, I'm not a Saint John's fan. But to me, it's like they're getting every call..

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"arizona" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"arizona" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Roles on the nightcap features Saint John's Arizona's state what a start for the sun devil under four time out in the first half. Arizona state leads at thirty five to nineteen. The winner moves on to face number six buffalo that game will be in Tulsa. On Friday again. Arizona state leads it by sixteen North Dakota state for just the second time in program history. They win an NCAA tournament game. They beat North Carolina central in the plane gained seventy eight seventy four so North Dakota state moves on to phase number one Duke in east region that game we'll be in Columbia, South Carolina. On Friday to the NBA. We go fourth quarter rockets and grizzlies. This one belongs to Memphis, one to eighty seven despite twenty nine five and eight from James harden little bit closer in Chicago Bulls up three in the wizards one zero eight one zero five in the fourth Lowry market in has twenty five points and thirteen rebounds raptors and thunder underway late first quarter. And the raptors lead twenty four twenty one Danny green has nine heating Spurs gathering in San Antonio Spurs of a nine game win streak, but they're going to have to come from behind. They trail the heat seventy one fifty three in a third Gordon drag each has twenty Sixers beat the Celtics one eighteen one fifteen Joel Embiid thirty seven and twenty two meanwhile, the magic over the pelicans one nineteen Ninety-six forty.

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"arizona" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"arizona" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"There is just there's no evidence. At first glance, an independent commission seems like a tempting alternative to lawmakers being the one drawing the maps, but partisan politics can infect even independent bodies. And that's in large part because any commission will still have to interpret how to fulfil a maps and various goals. Some of them are very easy. So all districts must be contiguous is a yes, or no variable either the entire district touches the rest of the district are not things like respect for communities of interest are much harder to define and same thing with competitiveness and often the criteria contradict each other. You know, two of the criteria in the constitution are on Hackney, but I'll using natural boundary. So what are natural boundaries often a river like a man during river right while there is no less compact shape in nature that meandering river, and that's an important theme in the series people who seek to refer. Warm redistricting. We'll have to balance competing goals that contradict each other. And in the case of drawing competitive districts, it may be asking reform to solve a problem that gerrymandering alone largely didn't cause in last week's episode. We focused on minority representation and the Voting Rights Act in North Carolina compliance with the Voting Rights Act often means drawn together people with similar partisan leanings and those districts are some of the safest districts in the country that's in direct conflict with the idea of drawing competitive districts two weeks ago, when we looked at Wisconsin supreme court case, the argument was that the party with the most votes should probably have the most seats well in the process of trying to draw competitive districts in two thousand twelve Arizona ended up with Democrats winning more seats, even though Republicans received many more votes Republicans see this as a democratic gerrymander Democrats, and Colleen Mathis, see, this is a map. Up that maximizes competitiveness, and it's possible to see either one of those things depending on your perspective drawn competitive districts, also meant they weren't always going to be the most compact, and they did split up some communities to do it. So take your pick. What was the right thing to prioritize Mathis points to the wording of the proposition Arizonans voted on as proof that she was right to put a premium on competitiveness. The Nisshin of the commission is a pretty compelling one. It's about overseeing the mapping of fair and competitive districts and maybe next redistricting cycle. Whoever leads the commission will interpret the criteria differently. After all the whole process starts again in four years. We're skipping a week for the holidays. But in the next episode of the gerrymandering project, we head to California. California tried to remove partisan politics from the redistricting process and instead focused on existing geography and communities of interest. I'm on which was and it was governor of the state of California from two dozen and suite two dozen eleven California used to be an incumbent paradise. It was in two thousand one something that brought me to tears because it was a realization that we still have a lot of racism in this country. The more I got into it the more as so how bad it was the more. I became a fanatic about it. Only one incumbent lost re election between two thousand two thousand ten. There was a real moment of reflection about whether or not our democracy is functioning. I'm a big believer that the best terminate gerrymandering in America that'll be in this feed the first week of January. This was reported and produced by me Gaylon, drink an edited by Chadwick Mallon. Our politics editor, Mike Cohen, and our interns for this episode where Kate balk to your ova and Alice wilder and pope did the engineering and scoring a special. Thanks to

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"arizona" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"arizona" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Things you can make things instinctual to yourself just through repetition sure so now when i just every time that happens i'm getting quicker and quicker and quicker just looking at a license plate and making my self read the numbers loud and it's just now getting more effortless yeah yeah inspiring good good that's what you're doing on your show too i think yeah i think like you're making a difference i can't not yeah i can't i'm only so interested in someone winning an emmy or something yeah you know very little yeah yeah all right well we need to get into raising arizona yeah let's do that when i asked you about doing this you sent along a thief or raising arizona greg james caan you've seen it yeah yeah not a lot of people have seen it yeah i mean it was i think i saw not when it came out 'cause it's eighty one or something yeah i would have been like ten years old but i'm a saw later on i think in college really good movie but since you were kind enough to give me the choice raising arizona is a movie that is part of my dna yes i have seen it so many times it's almost like that movie almost like being in to apple before there was an apple to love to love that movie when i was younger like i could feel like i could separate the week from the chaff the expression like if i met a group of ten people and i could isolate the three that loves zona yeah i knew we would be good yeah yeah totally foreign move on from i just wanna ask people to see it's it's one of my commands first movies if not first movie and it's where he established that crazy weird jonah that's onto himself with this really surreal music and shot like crime sequences it's it's just it's one of the most unique movies especially in the context of what was being made in that time that opening scene where he's cracking that save i'm just like in the in its tangerine dream soundtrack yeah yeah it's i just nothing no moment in a movie makes me feel like that openings yeah yes okay so that's enough about.

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"arizona" Discussed on Remso Republic

Remso Republic

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"arizona" Discussed on Remso Republic

"The thing about that is i totally agree with you i mean when i was living in arizona before i moved i was i was private schooled and illich at lot of public systems in the state you know the the biggest reason icy for a lot of the schools the hospitals arizona closed more hospitals alone from two thousand eight onward than any other state in the union i mean public works are down yet we have so much development coming on you look at my hometown sierra vista we used to be like five people now are pushing like two hundred fifty thousand plus people and the town actually looks really nice now because earlier than that you should just be walmart in the drive through mcdonald's we were happy when we got a nice movie theater in two thousand one thousand vars it was going to go and now we have an olive garden so it seems like you know you've got a lot of money coming in but you don't have a lot of money you know coming back through infrastructure and people say well you know it's not like arizona doesn't tax enough there is only has some of the highest sales taxes in you know in the southwest but a lot of people are going to say it's because of immigration when you have a lot of people coming over there getting on the government dole there the reason why are hospitals are closing down wire schools don't have enough easel teachers to go ahead and you know match the number of you know hispanic children i mean what what's what's the immigration rhythm in arizona right now because it seems like no one really talks about it anymore unless you know jamboree was talking about you know espy seventy in the wall after she left the governorship and now we've got ducey i mean what's is that still a problem.

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"arizona" Discussed on Remso Republic

Remso Republic

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"arizona" Discussed on Remso Republic

"Hosts all the debates in the state for all the races and an addition to putting those things together it also has this unique funding opportunity or depending on the office that you were running for if you collect a certain number of five dollars a nations and you meet that threshold the fund will give you enough money to run your campaign and so i'm running for governor of arizona my total funding amount could be over two million dollars if i receive four thousand five dollar donations from registered voters in zona and it goes all the way down for all the state offices so when it comes our local arizona house and senate seats the requirement for those individuals is only two hundred five dollars a nation's in the program supplies them with about forty five thousand dollars to run which may not sound a lot but actually aaron politics ninety five percent of the races for our own a house or eras senate are funded with less than forty thousand dollars that's insane because typically when we think of anything and maybe it's because of our overemphasis on federal elections but you'd think you'd have to be in the millions or billions trillions of that point just to you know be considered serious yeah you would think so i i've looked at some of the other state races around the country and you do see for other especially on the east coast people spend a ton of money running for their state house or state senate seats but for whatever reason airasia maybe impart because the people only get paid twenty four thousand dollars a year and is considered a part time job do not spend that large sum of money on these races that's insane now i have to address the you know the giant elephant in the room there was a little bit of controversy when you said that you were going to run a clean elections candidate mersa hamilton whose another candidate for the libertarian party.

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"arizona" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"arizona" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"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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"arizona" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"arizona" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"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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"arizona" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"arizona" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"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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"arizona" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"arizona" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Arizona another spent jio prime i tuesday me keep it home yes of thank you lionsgate garmin pactio oversee jimmy fallon when he come in this village this body tuesday on tuesday huge has made keep it there was no.

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