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"sam baker" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"sam baker" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"sam baker" Discussed on The Falcoholic

The Falcoholic

07:35 min | 8 months ago

"sam baker" Discussed on The Falcoholic

"Jackson had over one thousand yards now the season before was efficient with his carries. And you know. Obviously things didn't work out. I was feeling cautiously optimistic about him. I think ultimately the offensive line Did him no favours I do wonder if his career would have gone differently if he played behind a more competent. Offensive line But it just seemed like he you know just kinda hit that wall right that we saw from turner the year before the three years. I did not expect him to make it three hours. Really kind of hoping. That the falcons coming off of a loss. Nfc championship game. That that he and gonzales would step in for an extra year and help them. Get over the hump for the next season with stephen jackson though i mean he was a very strong veteran presence. I'd want to over value that in presence or undervalue it You know my own personal opinions. On how the way that have changed over the years back and forth But to have you lost a lot of veterans in at the end of the twenty thousand twelve season to bring in guys like bring back. Tony also bring in. Stephen jackson bring us new guys who have been around guys who have been successful guys. Who played for winning organizations You know you can't discount that. And so yeah i think overall i felt cautiously optimistic umenyiora. We all knew he was going to be a downgrade right from from. From abraham i think at twenty thirteen like okay You know the. It's a fair assessment of thing. He got what he gets eight sacks something around there Not particularly helpful. You know in in you know. He wasn't a guy out there in all three downs by any means but he was taken a ton of money. I think when you look at where dmitrov was where he thinks okay. You know. abraham's older coming off his coming off injury To get a veteran like umenyiora it's Maybe like a good plan. B minus good plans like it was not ideal look at the draft. From the way that the falcons address the secondary in you consider the options that are on the table with with them. Being a big cash-strapped. I think it was ultimate at the time. Given the situation the falcons were in given the money that was given given the performance. He was coming off of his last few years. Giant made sense. Obviously you want a more talent on the other side of the line right. The human your didn't get a whole lot of help You know at the time. It was fine i was. I don't know what about you And i felt like for veteran that had productivity in his career. It was a sensible signing again. Not a ton of money. So at a sensible affordable move in with the matt ryan contract with the other deals that they handed out. It probably made sense in that context. I did miss one name. And we're gonna finish off the free agent discussion with this guy This feels quite appropriate and that was the one player that got one of the biggest extensions. Actually the biggest extension outside of matt ryan a in that was left. Tackle sam baker. Who got a six year deal worth forty one and a half million dollars and obviously we know how that turned out in. Here's the thing even before that you know obviously tackles in this league. They get paid a lot of money. the the contract itself i don't think was the biggest red red mark on this. It was the fact that baker had only played sixteen games twice in his career to that point. Two thousand ten two thousand twelve so that means in two thousand and eight thousand nine two thousand eleven the other three seasons he. He failed to play all sixteen games. and we knew that he had a little bit of an injury history and struggle with that and honestly he was sort of mediocre. He wasn't a good tackle. I think he was sort of middle of the road. He got the job done well enough. He wasn't awful but he was sort of just in yet he got this big deal in ultimately ended up playing just four games in two thousand thirteen which i think is what stings even more so you could argue that baker. Getting that big contract ultimately led to the falcons having to make a decision to let abraham go and go with someone like so. What are your thoughts As close out the discussion of free agency about that. Sam baker deal and what that meant the falcons yet. It's so easy to you know. Play monday morning quarterback here In in rail against bad signings but this was just one where it just never felt like the right move Especially like we've mentioned considering where they were in terms of the salary cap It was it was a move based on. The you know the the position right You needed to shore up left tackle and he was a homegrown guy being drafted in that. Same first round as matt ryan You'd like to think that if he remained healthy he would have lived up to her. Come close to the expectations that were soda upon him as a first round pick Coming in to protect the new face of the franchise Even when he was healthy. Just never got into that rhythm And you know looking. At where the falcons were at the time. It just felt like a very risky decision to shell out that kind of money when there were so many other areas that needed to be addressed in so many areas that couldn't be addressed. Well enough man. I i feel bad for baker. I feel bad for him. He gets a lot. Of flack obviously you know. The life of a pro athlete is comes with the territory when you have a career like his But i think as far as we would you. Would you would agree that as far as dmitrov signings over. The course of the falcons is up there with this. The worst. yeah this is. I think if you're going to pick out the worst signings dimitrov made. This is one of them. I mean baker with only played. Two more years with falcons two dozen thirteen where he played four games And in two thousand fourteen where. I think he played in five games. Total in that that's that right there. The they ended up having to eat a large portion of that contract. A ton of dead money to move on from sam baker so yeah easily bar nine the worst contract that dmitrov ever signed and probably the one that i think we've alkan fans if you ask them. What was the worst deal ever made. That's probably gonna be the one that comes to mind. I mean when you look back in two thousand eight..

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"sam baker" Discussed on Axios Today

Axios Today

02:07 min | 9 months ago

"sam baker" Discussed on Axios Today

"Check on the pfizer vaccine. Is today's one big thing yesterday. The pharmaceutical company pfizer announced its corona virus. Vaccine trial was effective at preventing infections in ninety percent of previously uninfected. People and as of now there don't yet appear to be any serious safety concerns associated with the vaccine. So this could be a major breakthrough pfizer. Ceo dr albert borel told axios recap hosts. Dan primack that when he thought the data. It made him emotional. It was a great relief. I had the goosebumps in tears in my eyes and i was concerned music but that was nervous. Not coast front not successful. We are going to lose two billion dollars but the furniture sexual the world is losing hope so this is great news but we also need to be realistic about what this means. Sam baker is excuses healthcare editor. And he's here with a reality check so first of all when you heard the news yesterday morning. Were you hopeful. Were you excited. Yes very particularly the fact that they said it was ninety percent effective. The fda had set a bar of. I think fifty percent some experts that we talked to had said boy. Wouldn't it be great if it could be seventy five percent effective. That is better than almost any expert was expecting. It's been a long time. Since we woke up to news it was like oh wow. I didn't think they could do that. Something shockingly good. And that's what i felt hearing this so it seems like it's great news. What more is there to figure out. First of all we need to see the full study. Real scientific and vaccine experts need to have time to go over them and confirm that this really is what this trial showed. Then you have the challenge of manufacturing. They've said they think they'll have fifty million doses by the end of the year. This is a vaccine requires two shots. So that's enough to vaccinate twenty five million people so even if we assume all those doses are staying in the united states in a country of three hundred million people you can see. It's gonna take a lot of time for this to rollout. So we've talked about this before sam so into two dose vaccine and a has.

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"sam baker" Discussed on Birmingham Lit Fest Presents….

Birmingham Lit Fest Presents….

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"sam baker" Discussed on Birmingham Lit Fest Presents….

"Welcome to the birmingham fest. Presents podcast series on kit divall. I've worked with the festival. Director chantal edwards as guest curator of this series podcast series. Each day across the next few months will be releasing new episodes of the podcast including wonderful discussions about writing poetry. Big ideas and social issues in today's episode journalist and author. Some baker talks to fellow writer. Kate spicer about her latest book. The sheep halt memoir feminist manifesto. The shift redefines the narrative around menopause and makes visible the lives and experiences of women over forty. In this podcast. Som- cates discuss the cultural silence around menopause the visibility of women past childbearing age and the freedom power and confidence of life after menopause. Hello and welcome to the birmingham festival. Mining's cake spicer an. I'm here with sam baker. Sam started her career in journalism and was the editor of some very significant British women's magazines including just seventeen company cosmopolitan rent. She went on to edit..

"sam baker" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"sam baker" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"It's like a box of chocolates, seriously crazy, absolutely nuts. Something really sad. That happened last week, we lost a really good friend Jay Severin. died at the age of sixty nine such a good guy. He passed away after battling cancer. He was giant force in political talk in New England before spending years as a host here on the blaze. Glenn said Jay was one of the rare talents that could not only see on the headline, but had empathy to understand it. And, how it affected the listener, he was a good man. And I'm a better one for having known him so. He tweeted out on May twenty third that he was cancer free cordless Dr on May Twenty Yeah and man died suddenly. Really sad hate it, so we'll definitely miss him. Triple Eight, nine, hundred, thirty, three, ninety three. axios says it. We're losing the war against covid nineteen. Dr axios axios Sam Baker from axios. By any standard, no matter how you look at it. The US is losing its war against the corona virus. Pandemic is not an abstract obstruction, and it is not something that's simmering in the background. It's an ongoing emergency ravaging nearly the entire country. Well. Yeah, we just estimated that. Everybody's GonNa. Have it by Wednesday Wednesday closing business Wednesday if you don't have. Opened nineteen then. You're lying. You know you might as well have a covid nineteen party in just get it because everybody has it with the loss of life equivalent to a September eleventh every three days for four.

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"sam baker" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"sam baker" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Here are the big trends, the axios healthcare team will be watching this year eleven impact from k street in Washington DC, two main street in your hometown or joined now by axios healthcare, editor Sam Baker Sam. What do you think there's a lot that has been going on that people like me who do this every day? Have been tracking for a long time. But they all feel like things that are that are always do explode into much bigger political controversies. A lot of that. Drug prices, which you know, we're sort of used to as a controversy. But there's a lot of new products coming on the market this year. That could see price tags even north of million dollars, you combine that with the sort of burgeoning a little bit more under the radar but still very important controversy over hospital. Prices hospitals continue continue to consolidate and buy up practices. You know, I think I think both of those are are really ripe for a bigger national conversations start with the pharmaceutical companies versus a Washington lawmakers are regulators here what what could happen in any attempt to cut drug prices. I think you know, if there was going to be an area where. The Trump administration and Democrats control the house representatives could agree. It would probably be drug pricing, but that doesn't necessarily, you know, it doesn't have to be a big drug pricing Bill in order for in order for pharma to be worried or really in order for Democrats majority to. To really matter know, the Trump administration started off very friendly to far their proposals to cut prices really didn't actually hit drug companies, very hard. They really took a turn late last year. They'll come out with a couple of things that the industry. Really, hey. And now you've got Democrats in the house saying not so fine. So you have this sort of weird alliance between Democrats and pharma just doesn't have that many allies defend this stuff off. What's the point? You made about Medicare for all getting real. Yeah. So you've seen Elizabeth Warren already out in Iowa, the the twenty twenty democratic primary, you know, we'll we'll very much heat up in twenty nineteen. And I think that'll bring a lot of definition to this sort of. Heretofore vague idea Medicare for all the people who want rescue president will sort of have to define what that means to them. I think that'll be a really big issue for democratic primary voters. And so I think you know as as. Democrats sort of put out different versions will sort of start to see what democratic voters really walked that to mean. And where they wanna go because they're definitely going from in some way in that direction. We're speaking with Sam Baker healthcare editor at axios skit a piece entitled the trends shaping healthcare in twenty nineteen. What's ahead in the coming months for the Affordable Care Act? Yeah. So we just got a big bombshell right toward the end of last year. A federal judge in Texas said that the entire Care Act is unconstitutional and has to go away that was a bit of a surprise. That'll now work its way up through the courts. You know, it's been ten years that I've been writing about this one law never never out of the woods. Survival is never assured. But you know, if it's a long shot that the whole law will end up being grown out. But is it happens? You know, the results would be just incredibly dramatic across the board both for millions of families who would lose their health insurance all kinds of other things that were also included in in the Affordable Care Act. And then obviously, politically the the opioid crisis to I presume will make more news in two thousand nineteen than it has in years past and not for good reasons. Obviously, what's what's going on here. Yeah. The I mean, the the best the most optimistic thing that has happened in relation to the opioid crisis is the number of people dying of drug overdoses seems to have plateau. So it's still very high. But it's not going up quite as much as it used to which is really not 'cause your celebration. But it's a little something. That's probably the best case scenario heading into heading into this year. You know, obviously, a very grim story that is affecting communities across the country. And I don't see any end in sight for that this year will probably in the next couple of years Sam Sam Baker axios healthcare, editor quick programming note here, by the way, the podcast is now available on our website for today. Our website is this morning with.

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"sam baker" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"sam baker" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Here are the big trends, the axios healthcare team will be watching this year, the eleven impact from k street in Washington DC, two main street in your hometown or joined now by axios healthcare, editor Sam Baker Sam. What do you think there's a lot that has been going on that people like me who do this every day? Have been tracking for a long time. But they all feel like things that are better poised to explode into a much bigger political controversies. A lot of that included drug prices, which you know, we're sort of used to as the controversy. But there's a lot of new products coming on the market that year. That could see price tags even north of a million dollars. You combine that with the burgeoning a little bit more under the radar, but still very important controversy over hospital prices hopsitals, can you continue to consolidate and buy up physician practices. You know, I think I think both of those are really right for a bigger national conversation start with the pharmaceutical companies versus a Washington lawmakers are regulators here what what could happen in any attempt to cut drug prices. I think you know, if there was going to be an area where. The Trump administration and Democrats control the house representatives could agree. It would probably be drug pricing, but that doesn't necessarily you know, it doesn't have to be a big drug pricing Bill in order for. In order for pharma to be worried or really order for Democrats majority to to really matter. The Trump administration started out very friendly too far their proposals to cut prices really didn't actually hit drug companies, very hard. They really took a turn late last year looking out with a couple of things that the industry really hates. And now you've got Democrats in the house saying fine. So you have this sort of weird alliance between Democrats and pharma just doesn't have that many allies to help them to stop off. What's the point you made about Medicare for all getting real? Yeah. Being Elizabeth Warren is already out in Iowa, the twenty twenty democratic primary know will very much heat up in two thousand nineteen and I think that'll bring a lot of definition to this sort of. Four vague idea Medicare for all the people that want to recruit president sort of happened to define what that means to them. I think that'll be a really big issue for democratic primary voters. And so I think you know, as as Democrats sort of put out print versions will sort of start to see what democratic voters really want that to mean where they want to go because they're definitely going some in some way in that direction for speaking with Sam Baker healthcare editor at axios skit a piece entitled the trends shaping healthcare in twenty nineteen. What's ahead in the coming months for the Affordable Care Act? Yeah. So we just got a big bombshell right toward the end of last year. A federal judge in Texas said that the entire Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional and has to go away. That was a bit of a surprise now work its way up through the courts, you know, it's been ten years. That I've been writing about this one law never never out of the woods. Survival was never assured. But you know, if. It's a long shot that the whole law will end up being thrown out. But if it happens. You know, the results would be just incredibly dramatic across the board books for millions of families who would lose their health insurance, all kinds of other. Littler things that were also included in in the Affordable Care Act. And then obviously, politically the the opioid crisis to I presume will make more news in two thousand nineteen that it has in years past and not for good reasons. Obviously, what's what's going on here. Yeah. The I mean, the best the most optimistic thing that has happened in relation to the opioid crisis is the number of people dying of drug overdoses seems to have. So it's still very high. But it's not going up quite as much as it used to which is really not. 'cause we're celebration. But it's a little come thing. Not probably the best case scenario heading into heading into this year. It's obviously. A very grim story that is affecting communities across the country. And I don't see any end in sight for that this year will probably in the next couple of years Sam Sam Baker axios healthcare, editor quick programming note here, by the way, the podcast is now available on our website for today. Our website is this morning with.

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"sam baker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"sam baker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here are the big trends, the axios healthcare team will be watching this year Levin impact from k street in Washington DC, two main street in your hometown or joined now by axios healthcare, editor Sam Baker Sam. What do you think there's a lot that has been going on that people like me who do this every day? Have been tracking for a long time. But they all feel like things that are that are always do explode into a much bigger political controversies. A lot of that. Drug prices, which we're sort of used to it as a controversy. But there's a lot of new products coming on the market this year. That could see price tags even north of a million dollars, you combine that with the sort of burgeoning a little bit more under the radar, but still very important controversy over hospital prices and hospitals continue to consolidate and buy up position practices. You know, I think I think both of those are really right for bigger national conversation start with the pharmaceutical companies versus a Washington lawmakers are regulators here what what could happen in any attempt to cut drug prices. I think you know, if there was going to be an area where the Trump administration and Democrats who control the house representatives could agree it would probably be drug pricing, but that doesn't necessarily it doesn't have to be a big drug pricing Bill in order for in order for pharma to be worried or really in order for Democrats majority to to really matter. The Trump administration started off very friendly to far their proposals to cut prices really didn't actually hit drug companies, very hard. They really took a turn late last year look out with a couple of things that the industry really hates. And now you've got Democrats in the house saying fine. So you have this sort of weird alliance between Democrats and pharma just doesn't have that many allies to help them this stuff off. What's the point? You made about Medicare for all getting real. Yeah. So you've seen Elizabeth Warren has already out in Iowa, the the twenty twenty democratic primary, you know, we'll we'll very much heat up in two thousand nineteen and I think that'll bring a lot of definition to this sort of. Heretofore vague idea. A Medicare for all the people who wanna rescue president sort of have to define what that means. So I think that'll be a really big issue for democratic primary voters. And so I think you know as as. Democrats sort of put out different versions will sort of start to see what democratic voters really want that to mean. And where they wanna go because they're definitely going in some way in that direction. Speaking with Sam Baker healthcare editor at axios skit a piece entitled the trends shaping healthcare in twenty nineteen. What's ahead in the coming months for the Affordable Care Act? Yeah. So we just got a big bombshell right toward the end of last year. A federal judge in Texas said that the entire Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional and has to go away that was a bit of a surprise work its way up through the courts, you know, it's been ten years that I've been writing about this one law, and it is never never out of the woods. Survival was never assured. But you know, if it's a long shot that the whole law will end up being thrown out. But if it happens, you know, the results would be just incredibly dramatic across the board both for millions of families who would lose their health insurance all kinds of other little things that were also included in in the Affordable Care Act. And then obviously, politically the the opioid crisis to I presume will make more news in twenty nine thousand nine that it has in years past and not for good reasons. Obviously, what's what's going on here. Yeah. The I mean, the the best the most optimistic thing that has happened in relation to the opioid crisis is the number of people dying of drug overdoses seems to have plateaued. So it's still very high. But it's not going up quite as much as it used to which is really not caused celebration. But it's a little something not probably the best case scenario heading into heading into this year. You know, obviously, a very grim story that is affecting communities across the country. And I don't see any end in sight for that this year will probably in the next couple of years Sam Sam Baker axios healthcare, editor quick programming note here, by the way, the podcast is now available on our website for today or website is this morning with Gordon Deal dot com..

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"sam baker" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"sam baker" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Here are the big trends, the axios healthcare team will be watching this year to eleven impact from k street in Washington DC, two main street in your hometown or joined now by axios healthcare, editor Sam Baker Sam. What do you think there's a lot that has been going on that people like me who do this every day? Have been tracking for a long time. But they all feel like things that are better. Always do it. Slowed into much bigger political controversies a lot of that drug prices, which you know, we're sort of used to it as as a controversy. But there's a lot of new products coming on the market this year. That could see price tags even north of a million dollars, you combine that with the sort of burgeoning a little bit more under the radar but still very important controversy over hospital. Prices hospitals continue to consolidate and buy up physician practices. You know, I I think both of those are really right for bigger national conversations start with the pharmaceutical companies versus a Washington lawmakers regulators here what what could happen in any attempt to cut drug prices. I think you know, if there was going to be an area where. The Trump administration and Democrats control the house representatives could agree. It would probably be drug pricing, but that doesn't necessarily, you know, it doesn't have to be a big drug pricing Bill in order for in order for pharma to be worried or really in order for Democrats majority to to really matter. The Trump administration started off very friendly to to their proposals to cut prices really didn't actually hit drug companies, very hard. They really took a turn late last year. Come out with a couple of things that the industry, really Hayes. And now you've got Democrats in the house saying not so fine. So you have this sort of weird alliance between Democrats and pharma just doesn't have that many allies to open the stuff off. What's the point? You made about Medicare for all getting real. Yeah. So you've seen Elizabeth Warren is already out in Iowa, the the twenty twenty democratic primary. You know, we'll we'll very much heat up in nineteen. And I think that'll bring a lot of definition to this sort of. Ear to for vague idea. A Medicare for all the people that want to rest with president will sort of have to define what that means to them. I think that'll be a really big issue for democratic primary voters. And so I think you know as. Different democrat sort of put out different versions will sort of start to see what democratic voters really want that to mean where they wanna go because they're definitely going some in some way in that direction. We're speaking with Sam Baker healthcare editor at axios skit a piece entitled the trends shaping healthcare in twenty nineteen. What's ahead in the coming months for the Affordable Care Act? Yeah. So we just got a big bombshell right toward the end of last year. A federal judge in Texas said that the entire correct? Is unconstitutional and has to go away that was a bit of a surprise work its way up through the courts, you know, it's been ten years that I've been writing about this one law never never out of the woods. Survival was never assured. But you know, if it's a long shot that the whole law will end up being thrown out. But if it happens, you know, the results would be just incredibly dramatic across the board both for millions of families who would lose their health insurance, all kinds of other. Littler things that were also included in in the Affordable Care Act. And then obviously, politically the the opioid crisis to I presume will make more news in two thousand nineteen that it has in years past and not for good reasons. Obviously, what's what's going on here. Yeah. The I mean, the best the most optimistic thing that has happened in relation to the opioid crisis is the number of people dying of drug overdoses seems to have plateau. So it's still very high. But it's not going up quite as much as it used to which is really not cause for celebration. But it's a little something not probably the best case scenario heading into heading into this year. You know, obviously, a very grim story that is affecting communities across the country. And I don't see any end in sight for that this year will probably in the next couple of years Sam Sam Baker axios healthcare, editor quick programming note here, by the way, the podcast is now available on our website for today. Our website is this morning with Gordon Deal.

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"sam baker" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"sam baker" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Here are the big trends, the axios healthcare team will be watching this year, the eleven impact from k street in Washington DC, two main street in your hometown or joined now by axios healthcare, editor Sam Baker Sam. What do you think there's a lot that has been going on that people like me who do this every day? I've been tracking for a long time. But they all feel like things that are that are always do explode into much bigger political controversies a lot of that. Drug prices, which you know, we're sort of used to it as as a controversy. But there's a lot of new products coming on the market this year. That could see price tags even north of a million dollars, you combine that with the sort of burgeoning a little bit more under the radar, but still very important controversy over hospital prices, and as hospitals continue continue to consolidate and buy up physician practices. You know? I think I think both of those are are really right for us or a bigger national conversations with the pharmaceutical companies versus a Washington lawmakers regulators here what what could happen in any attempt to cut drug prices. I think you know, if there was going to be an area where the Trump administration and Democrats control, the house representatives could agree it would probably be drug pricing, but that doesn't necessarily, you know, it doesn't have to be a big drug pricing Bill in order for in order for pharma to be worried or really in order for Democrats majority to to really matter. The Trump administration started out very friendly to pharma their proposals to cut prices really didn't actually hit drug companies, very hard. They really took a turn late last year. We'll come out with a couple of things that the industry, really Hayes. And now you've got Democrats in the house saying fine. So you have this sort of weird alliance between Trump and Democrats and pharma just doesn't have that many allies to open this stuff off. What's the point? You made about Medicare for all getting real. Yeah. So you've seen Warren is already out in Iowa. The the twenty twenty democratic primary. You know, we'll we'll very much heat up in two thousand nineteen and I think that'll bring a lot of definition to this sort of vague idea Medicare for all the people who want rescue president sort of have to define what that means to them. I think that'll be a really big issue for democratic primary voters. And so I think you know as as. Democrats sort of put out different versions will sort of start to see what democratic voters really want that to mean. And where they wanna go because they're definitely going in some way in that direction. Speaking with Sam Baker healthcare editor at axios skit a piece entitled the trends shaping healthcare in twenty nineteen. What's ahead in the coming months for the Affordable Care Act? Yeah. So we just got a big bombshell right toward the end of last year. A federal judge in Texas said that the entire Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional and has to go away that was a bit of a surprise work its way up to the courts, you know, it's been ten years that I've been writing about this one law never never out of the woods never assured. But you know, if it's a long shot that the whole law will end up being thrown out. But if it happens, you know, the results would be just incredibly dramatic across the board both for millions of families who would lose their health insurance all kinds of other things that were also included in in the Affordable Care Act. And then obviously, politically the the opioid crisis to I presume will make more news in two thousand nineteen that it has in years past and not for good reasons. Obviously, what's what's going on here. Yeah. The I mean, the the best the most optimistic thing that has happened in relation to the opioid crisis is the number of people dying of drug overdoses seems to have. So it's still very high. But it's not going up quite as much as it used to which is really not caused her celebration. But it's a little something not probably the best case scenario heading into heading into this year. You know, obviously. A very grim story that is affecting communities across the country. And I don't see any end in sight for that this year will probably in the next couple of years Sam Sam Baker axios healthcare, editor quick programming note here, by the way, the podcast is now available on our website for today or website is this morning with Gordon.

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"sam baker" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"sam baker" Discussed on KTOK

"Here are the big trends, the axios healthcare team will be watching this year to Lebanon packed from k street in Washington DC, two main street in your hometown or joined now by axios healthcare, editor Sam Baker Sam. What do you think there's a lot that has been going on that people like me who do this every day have been tracking for a long time. But they all feel like things that are better poised to explode into much bigger political controversies. A lot of that. Drug prices, which you know, we're sort of used to it as a controversy. But there's a lot of new products coming on the market this year. That could see price tags even north of a million dollars, you combine that with the sort of burgeoning a little bit more under the radar, but still very important controversy over hospital prices, and has hospitals continue to consolidate and buy up physician practices. You know, I think I think both of those are are really right for a bigger national conversation with the pharmaceutical companies versus a Washington lawmakers regulators here what what could happen in any attempt to cut drug prices. I think you know, if there was going to be an area where the Trump administration and Democrats control, the house representatives could agree it would probably be drug pricing, but that doesn't necessarily, you know, it doesn't have to be a big drug pricing Bill in order for in order for pharma to be worried or really in order for Democrats majority to to really matter. The Trump administration started off very friendly to pharma their proposals to cut prices really didn't actually hit drug companies, very hard. They really took a turn late last year. They'll come out with a couple of things that the industry, really Hayes. And now you've got Democrats in the house saying fine. So you have this sort of weird alliance between Democrats and pharma just doesn't have that many allies to help them this stuff off. What's the point? You made about Medicare for all getting real. Yeah. So you've seen Elizabeth Warren is already out in Iowa, the the twenty twenty democratic primary. You know, we'll we'll very much heat up in twenty nineteen. And I think that'll bring a lot of definition to this sort of. Ear to four vague idea. A Medicare for all the people who want to rest with president will sort of have to define what that means to them. I think that'll be a really big issue for democratic primary voters. And so I think you know as as. Different. Democrats sort of put out different versions will sort of start to see what democratic voters really want that to mean. And where they wanna go because they're definitely going in some way in that direction. We're speaking with Sam Baker healthcare editor at axios skit a piece entitled the trends shaping healthcare in twenty nineteen. What's ahead in the coming months for the Affordable Care Act? Yeah. So we just got a big bombshell right toward the end of last year. A federal judge in Texas said that the entire Affordable Care Act as unconstitutional and has to go away. That was a bit of a surprise now work its way up through the courts, you know, it's been ten years that I've been writing about this one law never never out of the woods. Survival was never assured. But you know, if it's a long shot that the whole law will end up being thrown out. But if it happens, you know, the results would be just incredibly dramatic across the board both for millions of families who would lose their health insurance all kinds of other things that were also included in in the Affordable Care Act. And then obviously, politically the the opioid crisis to I presume will make more news in two thousand nineteen that it has in years past and not for good reasons. Obviously, what's what's going on here. Yeah. The I mean, the the best the most optimistic thing that has happened in relation to the opioid crisis. The number of people dying of drug overdoses seems to have plateau. So it's still very high. But it's not going up quite as much as it used to which is really not cause for celebration. But it's a little something. That's probably the best case scenario heading into heading into this year. You know, obviously, a very grim story that is affecting communities across the country. And I don't see any end in sight for that this year will probably in the next couple of years Sam Sam Baker axios healthcare, editor quick programming note here, by the way, the podcast is now available on our website for today or website is this morning with.

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CBS Sports Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Eagles' Wentz has stress fracture in back; no surgery needed

"Recovery. Time estimated three months outta college football and plenty of ball action today, Las Vegas bowl number twenty one Fresno state basing, Arizona state, Fresno state, head coach Jeff Tedford sizes up the opposition understand going into this game. We're playing a great football team. Very well coach in all areas of the game, very explosive. It's gonna be a battle. We understand that we have a lot of respect for the Pac twelve conference and Arizona state. And you know, they played very very hard kick off at three thirty eastern time. I'm Peter Schwartz. Football season. Which is why you need Sunday morning football tomorrow at ninety s- turn with me DA on CBS sports radio. Hi, this is Dan Patrick catch me. Weekday mornings seven to ten on the home of the best sports talk in Colorado. Xtra sports thirteen hundred. He's arena he calls. It. The bullpen. Come late in ten. Hang brew. Another hour. We add the booze show us. Adam the bull back our number three. Adam the bull of you here on CBS sports radio. And we're coming to you live from the Quicken Loans studios. National mortgage lender. Quicken Loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently. We'll continue our NFL conversation. Sam Monson pro football focus lead analyst Sam how you doing? What's going on buddy? I'm doing great excellent. You know, it's funny this week. I heard I don't know if you heard this. But. Greg Williams who to me. Why don't really work in Cleveland locally in the week? And I have no desire for Greg Williams to remain the long-term coach Gregg Williams. I think he's about as old school is old school gets and he referred to some advanced analytics this week. And I almost was brought to tears Sam because well, I think I think that all sports need to have a good balance between old school scouting and new school analytics you'll so many old school football guys are so hesitant look where we are in baseball. Now. Right. The sport is completely run. Everybody has an analytics department in basketball and football is dragging their feet a little bit more in some organizations, but the here an old school coach like Greg Williams referred to some advanced analytics. That was that was wild for me to hear it must have. I don't know if you heard it. But it probably would've made you happy. If you did. Yeah. I think you're right football is behind baseball. And how that kind of stuff is gone, but everybody understands that it can help you how you present it to all of these people know, so head coaches are often the last guy to get on board. But it's because you need to present it to them in in the right away. Now, there's a ton of ways that say the PS database can help is those guys. But if you come to them initially where you know, something they don't wanna hear they're not going to buy. But if you immediately show them something, you know, a fancy pretty grasp the chosen exactly what they've been saying for years, suddenly they're all on board. So I think a lot of teams the league you're just starting to sort of see this time where the analytics guys or people that have been using the stuff within the Bill. Building for years are finally starting to figure out how to present it to coaches added presented to general manager is and you know, the guys bad again in front of the media. And that's when you're starting to see this filter out. I think it's been used a lot within the building for years already. But now we're starting to see those guys use it on a daily basis and get the headline stuff sent to them in a way that they're they're much more comfortable with gesturing at an and actually taking it on board. We're talking with Sam Monson pro football focus lead analysts Sam. Baker Mayfield has had a tremendous season. As a rookie as put up some big old school numbers if you will. But when when you went from a pro football, focus perspective when you guys run the numbers on what he's done. How would how does he great out compared to some other rookie quarterback's of the past? Yeah. I think you do need to go to quarterbacks with a pass because he hadn't shoulders above any other rookie season right now. He's a top ten grade quarterback in the NFL. He's tense overall. Just one physician behind Russell Wilson. So you're already talking about it really really well graded player right off the five. And obviously pro football focus was very high invade your Mayfield coming out were the guy is the winter by for him saying that he was the best prospect in this draft in it really wasn't close to the next guy. I think so far. That's that is being born out. We have seen better performances in the past rookies. I think that twenty twelve season was a pretty incredible year for rookie performances. Obviously it didn't last because RG three in particular had a phenomenal season that year, and then tours and really hasn't been the same player since. But you know, Baker Mayfield is looking as good as we've seen any rookie quarterback. Look probably dating by twenty twelve season. We're seeing some really impressive play from him. And I think his play generally has been better than even the statistics suggest because you had one of the highest rates in the NFL right five and drop rates. And unlike most of the times when a receiver drops the ball, it's an incomplete passes. It's not doing that much damage to your passer rating, or whatever but Baker mayfield's have multiple assets that have been hit his receivers and my hands and ended up as interceptions. So those are taking a sledgehammer to operating over the course of the season. It's ninety three. Point four right now. And this is a season where passing is exploded operating ninety three point four is nice great at the moment. But it's his performance has been way better than that. We're talking with Sam Monson lead analyst pro football, focus Sam, let's talk about another rookie and that saquon Barkley who probably be battling Baker Mayfield for rookie of the year. From an offensive standpoint. There's been other good rookie running back but saquon Barkley make over two thousand total yards this season. How does he compare to Todd Gurley Leonard four nets and some of the other big rookie seasons from running backs? Yeah. I mean saquon Barkley just moved into first edition CFS running back rankings. He's the the number one guy right now through the through part of the season. He's been incredible. He's been everything that everybody who was championing him saying he would be coming out. I think he's been better than we thought. He might be there. The idea that he was a perfect running back prospect that don't think really holds up work holes in his game in particular. This tendency to to be a bit. Reggie Bush in terms of wanting to balance everything outside to look for that clay, but he's gotten a lot better in his first year at not doing that at taking ugly yards when they're there. And that's all there to be had. And it's still maximizing goes explosive plays getting huge games. Those are there. So he has been fantastic. I think again he's been as good as any rookie running back the receipt for a number of years. Really? He's I guess he's played as well. As Alvin Kamara did last year as a rookie on he's done more fulltime base. So he already has you know, two hundred more snaps than Kamara managed all last season playing that same kind of rate is Amari Cooper. Has memorial Cooper's play been much better. Or is just a the players around him made him much better. I think it's a bit of both, you know, playing wide receiver it so difficult to play. Well, if the ball isn't coming in your direction off the ball is coming in your direction in attachable manner. Having you can do about it. There's only so much fancy route running against air. You can do if the ball isn't coming your way. So I think we're seeing Amari Cooper was always a quality route runaround player that would get consistently open. And now we're seeing what happens when you target that guy. He's still a very good player and I play put up big numbers. And obviously, that's that's meaning that his greatest better because he's being given the ball and that talent is being maximized. So you know, I think that that was always there that that talent that play was always inherited his game. Even in Oakland. The raiders just weren't making use of it. We're talking with Sam Monson pro football focus lead analyst. Sam. I know you guys today had an article about projecting Cuyler Murray's pro potential. I'm curious because obviously he's a top ten pick and major league baseball. He's giving compared to Ricky Henderson. He signed a four and a half million dollar bonus. There would have to give it back obviously at a even a better year than Baker Mayfield did this past year in college, which is hard to believe. But obviously, you know, people make a thing about the thing about Baker mayfield's hike, which I thought was over rated. But obviously calamari isn't even close those big as as Baker Mayfield. A what is his potential d do you think he could be a good NFL quarterback? I think he could be, you know, you're right people that the highest the big question Mark because people did make an issue out of Baker Mayfield. Tighter on Baker Mayfield is short for an NFL quarterback. But not, you know, it's not unprecedented. We've seen quarterbacks Baker Mayfield type successful in the past. They're not obviously, not as many as there are as you know, six with three quarterbacks, but those guys have existed and they've been good in the past. I don't I don't know that we've ever seen quarterback that is Kyla Murray's Hite house significant success at the end up, right? You know, he is going to be when we get the official number on him. If it ever gets that far he's going to be significantly shorter than even a guy like Russell Wilson. And you would be in legitimately uncharted territory. When it comes to that. Now, if you're going to do that, you have to be there has to be something else to say, well, okay. That's not going to be a problem because of this and his grading has been incredible. His is great this season at Oklahoma has been basically everything is as as good. As Baker mayfield's grade had been on that was the best we've ever seen from a quarterback, right? The best seasons we've ever seen at college with one of his own. So he has a level of the best play. We've ever seen coming out of college from a college quarterback. And we've been doing this going back to two thousand fourteen but we've seen some pretty good quarterbacks over that's fine. You know, we went back, and we also graded James Winstons freshman seasons. We have got Carson Wentz you got Jared Goff. We've got right. And they got all these guys and Carl Amari stacks up to those guys. Sorry.

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"sam baker" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"sam baker" Discussed on The NFL Show

"Can't Chris Williams it. So a ton of Sam Baker was that year. So it just there was so many office of lemon drafted in their fates were so scattershot. That is really remember that well, and the other part, I remember speaking of San Baker that was the year that really transformed the falcons. If you consider the men now is the season that Thomas Dmitrov got their Matt Ryan is drafted. Now we talk all the time about that dolphins team and how much they rebounded after the one in fifteen season. But the, oh seven, falcons were a disaster just an absolute disaster. And they bring into metro, you draft Matt Ryan, and it changes the entire fate of the franchise. I don't know what you mean about the o-7 falcons banded Aster. They just got abandoned by their coach, random in the middle of the night, and they're starting quarterback, went to prison. Seems like not a great year. The worst season like the most everything goes wrong season for an NFL team in our lifetime. You think. I think that those two on the on, I mean, the oth seven oftens were right there and without the jail time. I think the jail time is a pretty jail time as a key part of it. But the the dolphins into the season of two thousand seven also got abandoned by their coach for college. They hired Cam Cameron, who is a bottom, five anthology coach in my lifetime. Just the worst. Just the ads and the fact that he got multiple shots as offensive coordinator after that. Just baffled some, I remember one of my colleagues when I when I was working down there when I was in college, it's the came. Cameron was the only person in the world who had who had a mixture of an every man like I'm on every man and also had a smartest guy in the room complex and it collided it collided in a way which is so awkward and unbelievable, or he'd come up and be like, I'm dislike you guys, but also I am so much smarter than you and he really wasn't so many so route. So I won't start a story about how he before season took. This is not in the wildcard point is is completely separate. The, he took his as some of position coach. It's in a room and drew a huge circle and in a will dot and said, see this huge circle. That's what I know about football. See this little dot here. That's what you know about football. That's a really good way to kind of nurture your staff. I'm not sure that's ever been written. I heard that from from a guy who is in the room. I probably just wasted good anecdote. Yeah, we do here on the puzzle was I going to do with that?.

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"sam baker" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"sam baker" Discussed on KPCC

"Go go and laura go and cherry leave the day xavier behind day is down go hand race let us go man toos the jar not long let us hope by some good pleasure say shoot arrive at home let us by some good pleasure safely too arrive back home the sam baker from sake race sam said that line safely to arrive at home that's power from the alleged board from him the whole i think the five though the feel others bar i mean our loved the feel the him even even federal no no this is reminded me when you were nearly killed in the bomb blast in peru on the passenger train and you you were you were in that like tunnel of death you saw the light right and you describe what you're experiencing as an ecumenical death there were there wasn't lake road god or an individual trying to as the iron how tunnel is like howdy everybody but that reminds me of the kind of hems that you right like what we just heard it there is no all our god there's no particular fear legend the out on their own singing about doesn't doesn't feel right meet it feels right that there's there's a great welcoming um you know when i was in that that place that's what it seemed to me a great welcoming and it was not just restricted to me i thought it was a great welcoming that was that was quite likely be provided everybody did you feel that way before the bomb oh terry up before the bombing i don't know the rap i took the time to to think through march inner was a it was very physical live um and i think that the meyer world was was so engrossing just on a physical level i don't know that i thought about religion or face a really that much i mean it was it was fun it was fun to run rivers and climb mountains if you're just joining us my guest is songwriter and singer sam baker let's take a short break here and we'll talk some more this is fresh air the president campaigned against the quote global elites led this week you went off to davos which was like the burning man for bankers maybe he just wants to look them in the.

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"sam baker" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"sam baker" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The sam baker from sake race and santa that line safely to arrive at home that's power from the floor from the whole i think the five the the feel of it is barred i mean our loved the feel the him even even federal no no this is reminded me when you were nearly killed in the bomb blast in peru on the passenger train and you you were you were in that like tunnel of death you saw the light burnt and you describe what you're experiencing as an ecumenical death there were there wasn't like 'river god or an individual rather driver scr into the tunnel like howdy everybody but that reminds me of the kind of hymns that you right like what we just heard there's no oh particular god there's no particular fianna legend the adult than on singing about a dozen doesn't feel right me it feels right the there's there's a great welcoming um you know when i was in that that place that's what it seemed to me a great welcoming and it was not just restricted to me i thought it was great welcoming that was that was the quite likely be provided everybody did you feel that way before the bomb oh terry it before the bombing i don't know that i i took the time to to think through march know it was a it was very physical live um and i think that that meyer world was was so engrossing just on a physical level i don't know that i thought about religion faith there are really that much i mean it was it was fun it was fun to run rivers and clemens if you're just joining us make estes songwriter and singer sam baker let's take a short break here then we'll talk some more this is fresh air this is fresh air and if you're just joining us my guest is songwriter and singer sam baker some of his songs are about being a victim of a terrorist attack in nineteen eighty six in peru he was on a train their heading toward mashups you when a bomb planted in the luggage rack by the extremist group the shining path.

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"sam baker" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"sam baker" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Healing ryan lavin dangerous clunker all lack right healing arrangements dangerous kakharov feeling angels off call a man the thought of troops laura milan's vice on his all of us ever want as a sign of a winds redeemed advertise at marcy avnaz dream she says soft way joust fyre cay bob van name 'jazz kagoro varga ride per healing angels boston angels talker all her sara dallin let us on angels from the album mercy by my guest sam baker um in nineteen eighty six he was one of the victims of a um a train bombing by the peruvian guerrilla terrorist group the shining path any barely survived that and several of his songs are about that experience including the one that we just heard you know the song refers to healing angels um those were people that you thought of as being you're hearing younger people who helped you in the hospital so amazing very whatever whatever goodness very broad was so powerful did you have painkillers that we're healing angels to well idea um but those particular healing angels i'm very wiens darkin pretty fast how fast fast frank was it hard to get off of bs yeah i had trouble ride i had i was home so many of payments and also those alcohol in on this the recovery is is a mix of of pain surgery and boredom and that's a that's a terrible place when you when we when you have access to paint it right how did you start writing songs like you weren't a fulltime musician before the bombing you you had like a bank job i think i did i had a lot of different jobs that america i i worked with bank examiners who were wonderful people who gave me a job really when i came back uh and and could barely walk in you know my mind with scattered for a long time i couldn't remember announce ahead work to come up with a word for chair i would have to say that thing new sit in what is that call but be i did i had a ton of jobs then as rotten these long narrative things in was terry was boring it was like and then this happened in this happened at epa and was only when music came in really what that that sung still when when the music came to sit in on the train when.

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"sam baker" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"sam baker" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Up from a dream the stream is unfazed broken fingers three four girl here's eyes yes so era side of course i don't fogcast sourav blue eyes a civil war there is a gem said jones gas these broken finger song things john here can work from that sri limits raisman sphere these broken singer let's sam baker uh songwriter and singer from his album pretty world up a couple of lines in the song we just heard um i can't wake up from a dream when the dream israel after the explosion the tap shining path bomb was planted in the train that you are traveling on in peru did you think it was a dream via your it was it was awful it was a it was surreal the the moment went off from that moment forward it was as if there was a different alternative universe because i went from a living connected thing just like you and i have today to something that was so completely inward couldn't breathe and then the voice came in than our when and was moving down the tunnel and then that went black and then i woke up and saw there were sowing the out in the guy showed me the thread that was had some sort of silver lack lubricant and at that moment i thought this is awful i'm gonna i'm gonna go back to being unconscious this is in peru stood sommaruga was in at 1000 coo's got a military evac to sound elina hoi state and the people in lima were that really lovely the doctors were great man you know there was not much can do at gangrene it said in an and by head renal failure so it was and gangrene is a really on this tasteful sort of thing i mean it's smells bad it's the you know had gone from climbing unhealthy healthy to really took being on the verge of of of death and death in a in a smelly a bloody way and and surrounded by people that were um that will beat up to and just having left the dead behind we evac doubt and left the dead in cou so singersongwriter sam baker speaking terry grossing 2014 after a break we'll continue their conversation he's just released a new album called land of doubt i'm david being coolly and this is fresh air.

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"sam baker" Discussed on So That Happened

So That Happened

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"sam baker" Discussed on So That Happened

"Last week uh no doubt by the time listeners a hear this podcast as well there will be have been more yeah i mean i can keep making that prediction it's not bold also i would like to point out that we have had this is our like recurring sexual misconduct segment on this podcast stats the so that creepy behavior happened at least all your vote version was right i know i wish that i hadn't said at the end i'm probably wrong but that's okay that was just a you know sadness probably yeah though who believe in here that all they heard was the boldness wow are you ville smyth first time being vaults i am are act are just starting to get a lot of those awesome well we're winners yep were winners are it will thank you guys and i'm sure will be able to all discuss this again are recurring segment hi it's me arthur delayed ian i have a special request if you like so that been please consider giving us a shout out on itin give us four or five stars please don't give us fewer than four though i think of us as light an uber but for political commentary self if we got a low rating take our carl thank you and we're back this is arthur delayed in i'm joined in studio by my colleague elise foley lam and sam baker who covers the supreme court for axios sam hello hello it's great to have you here because we've had some incredible supreme court action with the justice is taking up a case over whether the masterpiece cake shop should have begged a cake a custom cake for a gay wedding this cake shop said no we won't do it it's our free speech not to do it and the offended gay couple sued him and it went all the way to the supreme court over what two years at least lista so sam first of all please explain the underlying case a little bit before we get into the supreme court oral arguments that happened tuesday in which you attended sure uh i mean you you pretty much got the gist of it there a samesex couples walked into a bakery in lakewood colorado said we're getting married.

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