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"vendex" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:26 min | 7 months ago

"vendex" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To expose the political fakers, fixers and takers to help you make sense of it. All That person is damn Croft, and this is the damn profit show. Welcome back to the Dan Cross Show. This is Jim Yury. Oh, sitting in and we have Jeff Kilburg, Who's the CEO of Cake and Financial? Also CNBC contributor. Jeff and I have done a lot of work together on CNBC. He's a futures trader, market analyst. And you guys, not from the Midwest. I'm not sure this joke broadens out to the whole country wide. But around here we everyone. You know how you can tell someone went to Notre Dame because they tell you within the 1st 10 seconds, So I'm just going to get that out there real quickly kept with the Notre Dame and did play football there for Lou Holtz. And we are gonna talk about sports a little bit in this talk to Jeff. But first we're gonna hit finances and I want you let's start really broad. And let's look out to 2021. What do you want here? Let me put it this way. Over the last eight months, One of the themes been pushing equity markets, particularly or any other market. You wanna talk about it? What are the themes that are pushing it today and then out in 2021? What's going to be pushing financial markets, particularly equities? Well, Jimmy always great to be out of my friend. Yes. Would you go back over a decade, talking markets, arguing flight debate but also give each other some jazz and having a hard time. That's what we do. We bust chops, but being here in Chicago, you know It is an extraordinary year. But what we've taken away from this year Jimmy and 2020 giving interesting. Let's go back. We'll think of the history here. What happened post recession post, 2000 and 2009 months. The great recession. We saw a lot of Passive index. If you're just long yesterday, if I were you did Okay. And now all of a sudden in 2020 things have really changed for all the reasons we talking about. We're not gonna talk about obviously having to wear their pandemic on hand. I think you know that one, right? Jimmy 2020 is that If you have proper exposure to certain sectors, I think that's been a winning recipe. Maura Important. Do you see the way from some of the sectors if you have not? Had exposure. Some such is that also has been part of the winning recipe. So we look at some of the sectors that continue to prevail. We talked about Tech tech still his number one. We run a lot of each model portfolios not to get too wonky there. But while we're trying to do is figure out Where there's relative strength, which secretary veal in strength and more important with secretary thing weakness, So we talk about text. We talk about medical devices. You talk about home construction. These all kind of some of the sectors we can unpack and talk about some of the specific names that are inside of these each. Yes, but we understand that energy has been one of the worst sector's year to date financials that really struggled and figure banks. They're finally get a little bit of optimism. But my point is Talking about 2020 That really sets up 2021 for Jimmy. We see a lot of the sectors we see. A lot of the themes that worked in Troy 20 persisted in 2021. If agree, or disagree with the federal intervention, the Federal Reserve and all the money that they have taken their balance sheet in a dramatic increase in size ability to help support market. Believe that or not, Jimmy, this is what we're going to get the embrace that you have to have the proper sector exposure to 22. I want to try and seek to produce Alfa. So did you just say that producing Alfa is attacking energy are too that you like a lot and let me put in a denim on that question to you talked about relative strength and tech has been I mean to call it. Relative strength is an understatement. I think that you know the stay at home trade the flock to the stocks with good balance. He trade just boosted those techniques of Yeah, they have relative momentum to everything else and relative strength. But at what point time does that become stretch? Meaning is there at some point, I'm going to be Ah, great rotation out of those names that were the pandemic names, and you know the six names I'm talking about Amazon Google's You guys can fill in the blanks into the broader market. The smaller stocks, the Russell well, look, I know you're much older than me, Jimmy. So sometimes You didn't take it now when I talk too long, so clearly, I went too long. And he did not. She does what you're running from that I don't even I don't think you even said anything. I was like, What do you want? One of my buying here? Kilberg Energy is not effectively on if you would have paid attention, But technology certainly is. So we look at the tech sector by large. You know, you can look at that broader exposure. You're looking xlk that that's what you have to like to talk about. But Tech? Certainly we're relatives say perspective is the number one on our models. Number one for a couple of years, and I think you bring up a great point, and this is really important for active investments understand what the market cycle has been doing. So when you see the thanks, Doc, we talking nauseam about the things that his Facebook it's Amazon. It's Apple. We took out Netflix folks we put in Microsoft and, of course, last week's Google, but those paying stocks Make up nearly 25% of the S and P 500. So where those stocks go, the market goes And on top of that this gets a little bit tricky, but their market cap waited. All that means is the apples of two Children. Our company Amazon, the to turn our company, so they are weighted Maura and that tech Vendex. If you look historically, going back the last five decades, Jimmy an equal ways Judgy longer term will prevail over market cap. Alicia, No matter what your strategy, your approach to the equity markets are, so I think it's this moment. Time you have to consider maybe dimension, summon exposure, not walking away from Tech by the gifted mission from exposure in some of the names that we're looking at are some of the chapters I should say we're looking to rotate into are some of the laggards of 2020 looking some industrial names looking somebody consumer cyclical name. They're really fell out of favor. We stock over 19 years the marketplace. So are you. Are you saying right now? That you believe 2021 Let me let me I'll tell you what I think you said, and you tell me if I'm right that 2021. There's going to be a movement toward like actual growth, the coming back online. Of the U. S economy. Now do you are you s Oh, I got that part right now. When you look at your thesis to I talked about Earlier in the show about how I believe one of the biggest themes is that government spending zero interest rate policy you just a ton of being propped up by the government keeping rates low. And forcing money into risk assets. Is that a broader theme that you agree with his well 100% of Cambridge United agreed on something, Jimmy, but yes, you're absolutely spot on it. It hurts me to even say your spot on but you hit the nail on the head, and that's the whole component..

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"vendex" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

12:27 min | 1 year ago

"vendex" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Podcast first question comes from John Seaman. Ninety two he says what's your New Year's resolution. Oh Martin do you have one on in. Do you believe in them. You wouldn't be. I feel like you don't give a fuck about New Year's resolutions no not really My family has a tradition where we eat mashed potatoes black eyed peas and SAUERKRAUT On New Year's so Lucien fucking Ukrainians been weird chip but go on. I don't care I don't care I didn't make a new year's resolution allusion amid myself a January Resolution kind of I I Am Doing Dry January on but stuck with that being said it's it's there's a little astro. There's a caveat there where it's not true dried January. I'm just not buying any liquor beer if it's somehow ends up with me then you know all's fair in Love War I'll drink the shit out of that like Underpin Gangland tonight and and The reason I'm drinking it is because I bought it for my youngest brother on when he was home from college and he forgot it at my house so it's now mine and So kind of doing a half dry January honestly this kind of what else you. It's a financially sound resolution. I guess I yeah. You're just a moot for a month I I I can get behind it My resolution is I think the resolution I came up with was to be less passive because I feel like a lot of people like I'm really like a people pleaser and I try and please everyone wants Johnson. I over plan and say oh I can do this. I'm like no I'm just GONNA chill ow. I'M GONNA go watch Something on netflix aches. No thank you you so I think that was my resolution to be less passive and a pushover and try and like you know. Make more time for me. That's it's GonNa be. That's my new year's resolution so I'm pretty pretty stoked on it but if Martin was like hey we need and this right now I probably yeah sure but Right now okay okay okay. That's that's best for you. Okay all right next question. See Beers. Seven says does Martin at K. Mart Marin Reply K. Mart K. Mart since are they around Shit Dude Avenue K. Mart since the Giraffe in the middle of the store and I used to buy Legos from what was the last time I was at Kmart. But don't work there. Okay no confirmed. I wish I did actually kind of sick because it'd be like kind of like a weird trashy pickup blind and then you'd be like what they still exist and then you're in that's all that's all that's all. He needs to rare job to have honesty like a specialty job. Yeah it's like What's it called the The white great white buffalo of jobs. So it's pretty pretty pretty good next one one Sam June pretty pretty pretty good Sam June two one. Seven says Fuck Paul. Paul GPA. Not a question but I feel like Martin would agree. Yeah man I mean if Y'all been longtime listeners of of the show depend defended Paulie His entire time Manchester United by about a month into the season. I'm just absolutely sick of him and You know he's he's got that whole injury. Excuse I mean let's fucking Grove set boy And he really doesn't offer that much to Manchester United. When he's on the pitch is featured six is times in total this year but he's perfectly fine? Go into Weddings he's perfectly fine dancing with babies and he's perfectly fine doing his bullshit social media Shit Shit so yeah paw-paw can go fucking self right to Real Madrid I think he's a plague to this club and Him and Neymar are the picture. Perfect representation Asian of how shit modern football so. Yeah I'm right there with you. Did Fuck Fuck fuck it. It's a man or gentlemen lad lad That's all we picked last people forget. We're we picked it because of the gender gender neutral that's why we picked it Next question comes from Sweeney Junior. He says one player. You liked each of your teams to buy this January Martin O.. Did I've been shouted dreaming. It saying saying it whispering it than anyone who listen If I had to choose wanted to be Jackie I absolutely love that boy. I mean with his short Shin Guards his fucking bad as hair and then not to mention. His style of play is so energetically creative and beautiful. He he just looked like he's floating with the ball. Always finds the right pass creates a ton of space for his teammates himself. the defenders. It doesn't matter if he's going up against city defenders Liverpool defenders or Shit Club like United Defenders. He's GonNa find a way to force that ball where he wanted to go any just scores. Some World Lose Jackie boy come to the United and my Second Choice Maya backup prom. Date is James Madison. He does everything that Jag Jag. Grilles does but is a touch more expensive but also a touch more proven. Oh and I don't think Jack Reliable ever leave Aston Villa which I respect to the bottom my heart. So those are my two wish-lists wish list players. What about you do? I would just like a centreback. Just one Hayes. Asia finally any type of defender I really love that bad ass. Turkish dude I can never pronounce his name on. Lester who looks like Lord Farquaad But he's a bad ass Cy Young to thank you. I was going to try and go for it but a nope wasn't gonNA go. But yeah he I don't think he's GonNa be leaving Leicester Anytime any time soon. But he he if I if I could pick one it'd probably be him because he's pretty pretty sick Next question Boyd M Riley says is one transfer for each of the traditional top six plus other interesting teams last year in Everton We did menu and Arsenal so we can just hop around quick big Liverpool. Pretty Sound Man City need better defenders Probably a new center defensive of mid would probably be nice They use like a cool Bali which will be really good for them. But I don't think they'd get him like the summer for you. Know like ninety million dollars or something Chelsea I feel like they need a striker. So who's the Guy Well yes what's his name just went to Dorfman the the really. What's it called? What's the guy from Dorfman who just All fucking Uh aw from Australian Oh early early in Holland I got. Yeah yeah he would have been really good like you would have been good for Chelsea. They need like a good striker. I'm trying to Marin you go ahead is are you in terms of the top teams. What do you think needs what Liverpool who doesn't need shit and they do need to stop complaining about their lack of debts because they have plenty of it Manchester City. Like you said. I think that they need a top-class. The defender on especially with the retirement of Vincent Company on the Injury Report and the realization that Johnstone's and ultimately you're pretty dog shit also Mendis Pretty Dog Defense Defense Defense. For Manchester City Cutler. Bali is obviously one of the best defenders in the League but I could also see them. Go for a just giant Lyndon aimed like a veron or Martinez Because those those guys are just out of this world good end. Manchester City regularly breaks the bank to do that. Shit so I think that is centered. Defender is definitely one of their targets on for Arsenal. I mean I think you hit the nail on the head you still need a defender For Chelsea I'm GonNa go opposite direction. I think that they're attack as bad as a love. Tammy Abraham as their a sole striker I love Their wingers they kind of do a little shuffled switch around each time the play whether it's Mason Mount Will I am Pedro Christian Pulisic. I think they're pretty settled up front. I think VINITA fucking goalkeeper because Kappa is dodge it. I'm all about that. Train and and Donham Tottenham I think I think needs a midfielder a better midfielder the option than Sasako I think that they really shit the bed. WHEN THEY LEFT LEAD MOUSSA DIM Bayliss Lee for China last year? I think he brought a whole lot to that team. In terms of the tenacity and skill in the midfield to suck of justice not assess Vigils linked up Toby Alta water water water water water water water with a law global Until two thousand twenty three John is obviously solid Davidson Sanchez You'd get what you get with him and They're wingbacks are pretty the damn good Gazzaniga I mean he's he's a decent backup who knows if he goes ever GONNA be the same. So I think Tottenham definitely focus on that midfield gender in their attackers obviously damn good Offend hit all the top six limoges throw in Leicester for shits and giggles I'd say they need a all Mansi Love Lester and I think all the players in that team in each position are so good but obviously There's improvement for each one. But I I think that chemistry so good between Peres Jamie Vardi James Madison Harvey FUCKING DOC in. What's that other school that I always think of Harvey Something Harvey Barnes Benca while your retailers? I think this is a bad as team Amo so I guess you would just go for improvement in a certain position and this is just because this is the worst player on the pitch in my opinion Johnny Johny Evans are getting better defender. Yeah I think I think it was all around pretty good. That was a pretty loaded question. So yeah where do you go Martin. I'm you know now thanks to Doodoo. I'm next question Sped Lucas says too hard. Can I just like come up to Boston. Get up here soon. All right Sped Lucas says Is Veron underrated World Cup winner. four-time Champions League winner in Virgil van. Dyke is considered sittard. A goat defender Muslims it's a mix of underrated versus overrated and Braun has has Obviously proven himself in leagues in international play and in our club international play while Virgil vendex on his second season of being great. I'm so I I guess you can call them. Underrated Seeing as he is literally two months younger than me and a four year younger than Virgil Van Dyke and yet he's been performing coming at the top level since he was eighteen years old he benched pepe at eighteen for that. For God's Sakes so yeah Rafael Verona's criminally underrated. I Know Kevin and I said for quite some time. And we've come up with our lists of best defenders in a world of Ron has been on it so yeah I think he's. It's it's a a mix of underrated versus recency bias. I mean if one person does great in front of your eyes and you watch him every week and he does great we just you. You laugh all the praise on that man while ignoring this proven superstar that is ron so yeah he's damn good doesn't get the respect that he deserves. Yeah I it definitely agree. I feel like we have so much of a Premier League bias especially US and we're not seeing Bertel Dyke is. I believe the best defender in the world. I feel as though variety and gets you know not as much shy because you know we're Real Madrid face Real Madrid for so long was Renaldo. The face of Liverpool is.

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"vendex" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

12:27 min | 1 year ago

"vendex" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Podcast first question comes from John Seaman. Ninety two he says what's your New Year's resolution. Oh Martin do you have one on in. Do you believe in them. You wouldn't be. I feel like you don't give a fuck about New Year's resolutions no not really My family has a tradition where we eat mashed potatoes black eyed peas and SAUERKRAUT On New Year's so Lucien fucking Ukrainians been weird chip but go on. I don't care I don't care I didn't make a new year's resolution allusion amid myself a January Resolution kind of I I Am Doing Dry January on but stuck with that being said it's it's there's a little astro. There's a caveat there where it's not true dried January. I'm just not buying any liquor beer if it's somehow ends up with me then you know all's fair in Love War I'll drink the shit out of that like Underpin Gangland tonight and and The reason I'm drinking it is because I bought it for my youngest brother on when he was home from college and he forgot it at my house so it's now mine and So kind of doing a half dry January honestly this kind of what else you. It's a financially sound resolution. I guess I yeah. You're just a moot for a month I I I can get behind it My resolution is I think the resolution I came up with was to be less passive because I feel like a lot of people like I'm really like a people pleaser and I try and please everyone wants Johnson. I over plan and say oh I can do this. I'm like no I'm just GONNA chill ow. I'M GONNA go watch Something on netflix aches. No thank you you so I think that was my resolution to be less passive and a pushover and try and like you know. Make more time for me. That's it's GonNa be. That's my new year's resolution so I'm pretty pretty stoked on it but if Martin was like hey we need and this right now I probably yeah sure but Right now okay okay okay. That's that's best for you. Okay all right next question. See Beers. Seven says does Martin at K. Mart Marin Reply K. Mart K. Mart since are they around Shit Dude Avenue K. Mart since the Giraffe in the middle of the store and I used to buy Legos from what was the last time I was at Kmart. But don't work there. Okay no confirmed. I wish I did actually kind of sick because it'd be like kind of like a weird trashy pickup blind and then you'd be like what they still exist and then you're in that's all that's all that's all. He needs to rare job to have honesty like a specialty job. Yeah it's like What's it called the The white great white buffalo of jobs. So it's pretty pretty pretty good next one one Sam June pretty pretty pretty good Sam June two one. Seven says Fuck Paul. Paul GPA. Not a question but I feel like Martin would agree. Yeah man I mean if Y'all been longtime listeners of of the show depend defended Paulie His entire time Manchester United by about a month into the season. I'm just absolutely sick of him and You know he's he's got that whole injury. Excuse I mean let's fucking Grove set boy And he really doesn't offer that much to Manchester United. When he's on the pitch is featured six is times in total this year but he's perfectly fine? Go into Weddings he's perfectly fine dancing with babies and he's perfectly fine doing his bullshit social media Shit Shit so yeah paw-paw can go fucking self right to Real Madrid I think he's a plague to this club and Him and Neymar are the picture. Perfect representation Asian of how shit modern football so. Yeah I'm right there with you. Did Fuck Fuck fuck it. It's a man or gentlemen lad lad That's all we picked last people forget. We're we picked it because of the gender gender neutral that's why we picked it Next question comes from Sweeney Junior. He says one player. You liked each of your teams to buy this January Martin O.. Did I've been shouted dreaming. It saying saying it whispering it than anyone who listen If I had to choose wanted to be Jackie I absolutely love that boy. I mean with his short Shin Guards his fucking bad as hair and then not to mention. His style of play is so energetically creative and beautiful. He he just looked like he's floating with the ball. Always finds the right pass creates a ton of space for his teammates himself. the defenders. It doesn't matter if he's going up against city defenders Liverpool defenders or Shit Club like United Defenders. He's GonNa find a way to force that ball where he wanted to go any just scores. Some World Lose Jackie boy come to the United and my Second Choice Maya backup prom. Date is James Madison. He does everything that Jag Jag. Grilles does but is a touch more expensive but also a touch more proven. Oh and I don't think Jack Reliable ever leave Aston Villa which I respect to the bottom my heart. So those are my two wish-lists wish list players. What about you do? I would just like a centreback. Just one Hayes. Asia finally any type of defender I really love that bad ass. Turkish dude I can never pronounce his name on. Lester who looks like Lord Farquaad But he's a bad ass Cy Young to thank you. I was going to try and go for it but a nope wasn't gonNA go. But yeah he I don't think he's GonNa be leaving Leicester Anytime any time soon. But he he if I if I could pick one it'd probably be him because he's pretty pretty sick Next question Boyd M Riley says is one transfer for each of the traditional top six plus other interesting teams last year in Everton We did menu and Arsenal so we can just hop around quick big Liverpool. Pretty Sound Man City need better defenders Probably a new center defensive of mid would probably be nice They use like a cool Bali which will be really good for them. But I don't think they'd get him like the summer for you. Know like ninety million dollars or something Chelsea I feel like they need a striker. So who's the Guy Well yes what's his name just went to Dorfman the the really. What's it called? What's the guy from Dorfman who just All fucking Uh aw from Australian Oh early early in Holland I got. Yeah yeah he would have been really good like you would have been good for Chelsea. They need like a good striker. I'm trying to Marin you go ahead is are you in terms of the top teams. What do you think needs what Liverpool who doesn't need shit and they do need to stop complaining about their lack of debts because they have plenty of it Manchester City. Like you said. I think that they need a top-class. The defender on especially with the retirement of Vincent Company on the Injury Report and the realization that Johnstone's and ultimately you're pretty dog shit also Mendis Pretty Dog Defense Defense Defense. For Manchester City Cutler. Bali is obviously one of the best defenders in the League but I could also see them. Go for a just giant Lyndon aimed like a veron or Martinez Because those those guys are just out of this world good end. Manchester City regularly breaks the bank to do that. Shit so I think that is centered. Defender is definitely one of their targets on for Arsenal. I mean I think you hit the nail on the head you still need a defender For Chelsea I'm GonNa go opposite direction. I think that they're attack as bad as a love. Tammy Abraham as their a sole striker I love Their wingers they kind of do a little shuffled switch around each time the play whether it's Mason Mount Will I am Pedro Christian Pulisic. I think they're pretty settled up front. I think VINITA fucking goalkeeper because Kappa is dodge it. I'm all about that. Train and and Donham Tottenham I think I think needs a midfielder a better midfielder the option than Sasako I think that they really shit the bed. WHEN THEY LEFT LEAD MOUSSA DIM Bayliss Lee for China last year? I think he brought a whole lot to that team. In terms of the tenacity and skill in the midfield to suck of justice not assess Vigils linked up Toby Alta water water water water water water water with a law global Until two thousand twenty three John is obviously solid Davidson Sanchez You'd get what you get with him and They're wingbacks are pretty the damn good Gazzaniga I mean he's he's a decent backup who knows if he goes ever GONNA be the same. So I think Tottenham definitely focus on that midfield gender in their attackers obviously damn good Offend hit all the top six limoges throw in Leicester for shits and giggles I'd say they need a all Mansi Love Lester and I think all the players in that team in each position are so good but obviously There's improvement for each one. But I I think that chemistry so good between Peres Jamie Vardi James Madison Harvey FUCKING DOC in. What's that other school that I always think of Harvey Something Harvey Barnes Benca while your retailers? I think this is a bad as team Amo so I guess you would just go for improvement in a certain position and this is just because this is the worst player on the pitch in my opinion Johnny Johny Evans are getting better defender. Yeah I think I think it was all around pretty good. That was a pretty loaded question. So yeah where do you go Martin. I'm you know now thanks to Doodoo. I'm next question Sped Lucas says too hard. Can I just like come up to Boston. Get up here soon. All right Sped Lucas says Is Veron underrated World Cup winner. four-time Champions League winner in Virgil van. Dyke is considered sittard. A goat defender Muslims it's a mix of underrated versus overrated and Braun has has Obviously proven himself in leagues in international play and in our club international play while Virgil vendex on his second season of being great. I'm so I I guess you can call them. Underrated Seeing as he is literally two months younger than me and a four year younger than Virgil Van Dyke and yet he's been performing coming at the top level since he was eighteen years old he benched pepe at eighteen for that. For God's Sakes so yeah Rafael Verona's criminally underrated. I Know Kevin and I said for quite some time. And we've come up with our lists of best defenders in a world of Ron has been on it so yeah I think he's. It's it's a a mix of underrated versus recency bias. I mean if one person does great in front of your eyes and you watch him every week and he does great we just you. You laugh all the praise on that man while ignoring this proven superstar that is ron so yeah he's damn good doesn't get the respect that he deserves. Yeah I it definitely agree. I feel like we have so much of a Premier League bias especially US and we're not seeing Bertel Dyke is. I believe the best defender in the world. I feel as though variety and gets you know not as much shy because you know we're Real Madrid face Real Madrid for so long was Renaldo. The face of Liverpool is.

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"vendex" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Isobel healthy until miss Chris Plante, special guest host for politics, the great WLS AM, eight ninety. All right. The greatest injustices proceed from those who pursue excess. I think we saw some of that today with our brand new AG. The office of the attorney general file a motion for leaves file a petition for mandate with the voice of cream court. In conjunction with the special. Prosecutor Kane county state's attorney Joe McMahon in the matter of the people of the state of Illinois versus Jason Jason Van Dyke. I don't think he spent a lot of time with Aristotle because that was Aerostat will sign the greatest injustices perceived from those who pursue excess. Well, let's talk with one of Jason Van Dyke defense team and get her reaction. Jennifer blog is here. Jennifer, thanks for your time. I know on short notice, obviously, you see this as overtly political. Oh, yes. Definitely. Mandate is an extraordinary remedy. I think the attorney general could cite four different times that they've filed a rid of mandate in the past. So that tells you how rare it is that when assault, and it's usually under circumstances where the judges violated a clear duty. And I I don't think that's the case in Jackson anthrax case. Plus, I wasn't he asked at his presser Kwami Raoul. If in fact, he was going to utilize this this procedure other cases, and he said, probably not well what he actually I watched the press conference. And he said, you know, we'll have to investigate to see if the other cases that we would seek this have to seek this remedy, and and I would defy him defined one case that is similar to this case where it had been sought essentially, isn't he doesn't he want? He wants a the judge judge. God on. Yes. Judge gone to go back and essentially see every single shot as a separate crime. That's right. He wants him to be sentenced on each shot. And he wants it to run it consecutive. In other words, the minimum sentence would then be ninety six years. Did anybody point out to him? Did anybody point out to our brand new attorney general that the jury did have an option to convict Jason dyke of first degree murder, and that would be a minimum of what Forty-five? Yes. Forty five. In reality. This is what's a little confusing about the law. What does it mean? When you get convicted a second degree murder. Would it actually may I found that Mr. Van Dyke was guilty of first degree murder? And Ben this is how the jury instructions work, then you look to see if there's what's called a mitigating factor, and in this instance, they found a was a mitigating factor. And what was that mitigating factor that Jason believed his life was in danger. And that's why he shot, and it seems to me that democracies if we substitute public opinion for rock solid law that really leads to mob rule and and tyranny in my mind. Well, I mean for sure you the main thing I wanted to defense attorney is the same thing that Mr. Barlow will said he wants and that's for all defendants to be treated equally. Right. Whether you're a poor kid from the south side or an fluent guy from the north side, or what are your police officers shouldn't matter the law should be applied equally and. In. This instance, I believe this is political. And this is only happening. He's only making Mr. with only making this argument because Jason's police officer. And it's what this case symbolizes political pressure to to do this because people are upset about the symbols. So you have a week to file an objection. And then the spring court is not obligated to accept the prosecutor's petition. And crab me if I'm wrong. But there's no timeframe in which the supreme court has to issue. A ruling. That's correct. I don't think it would take him very long. But there is no compromise. What are you? What's your gut feeling on how the supreme court my rule on this where they just say forget it? We're staying out of this mess. That's what I think they should do based on me. If you read the attorney general's rid of mundane, it seems like this is a very clear cut case, they say two cases people personally and people versus crossbow, and they argue those cases control, and I won't get into the nitty gritty of legalities of it all, but that's just simply not the case and John gone judge gone. Already said I'm gonna essentially going to sentence him to second degree murder because constitutionally again, if I remember correctly, we have a mechanism in our state constitution for those convicted of second degree murder. You essentially get a second chance. Yes. I mean the legislature carved out a specific sentencing scheme for second degree, murder and that included the possibility of probation. Because of that mitigating factor that earlier, right? That Jason believed his life was in danger when he shot, even though the jurors found that belief was unreasonable. I mean, you can't lose sight of the fact of the circumstances of this case, which are police officer reporting to a crime scene trying to protect the citizens of Chicago against someone who was on drugs, and crazy and had an arm, but would drop it. Now, Jennifer, you probably expected this. How does how does this Van Dyke feel about this is more of the same for him? Well, you know, I haven't been able to talk to Jason today. You can't talk to prisoners upon request you to make illegal phone call request. I mean, he's not shock. I told him that this can happen when I heard rumblings of it last week and the week before we told him that it was a possibility, and the I guess there's a sliver in his mind of hope in as much as when they do send it back, and it does go back to judge gone. Right. Correct. If they want to revisit this. And that's that's assuming this spring court. He wants to go that direction. He could say all right. My sentence. Stands the way. I I already have adjudicated this or I can even reduce the sentence. If you open this up, I can reduce it, right? He could reduce it to the minimum. If it's the same court finds that aggravated battery aggravated battery should have been the crime for which Mr. Van Dyke was sentence. The judge could give him the minimum for aggravated battery which is six years. I just think that revisiting unpopular jury decisions are sentencing based on politics that really seating our systems. Destruction. Most certainly that's why rhythm and is such an extraordinary remedy, right? And and that's why it should be applied in this case. You don't want every case it that politicians don't like to to to take this route. Right. Our Justice system is set up the way, it is checks and balances, and I would argue that the attorney general is stepping on the legislatures does violating the separation of powers and making this argument. Well, jennifer. A black. I appreciate your time is one of Jason Vendex attorneys. We will check back with us. This goes down the road a bit. And we'll talk to our listeners and see how they feel about a directly. Okay. Great. Thanks. Thanks much. We appreciate that back with your thoughts on this at three one two five nine one eighty nine hundred three one two five nine one eight thousand nine hundred. We'll talk about it with you coming up next. You can use that number to call me or to text me. And also, we're going to meet the man soon who Braves Chicago's polar vortex to essentially show us. It's brutal beauty better him than us. We'll talk with him in just minutes. Convictions overturned for ten men framed by former Chicago police sergeant.

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"vendex" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Up on the news at six thirty teacher cuts imminent in Harford county, right once again, BuzzFeed is back at it. And we thought. We'd you know, we'll give you the latest update from our friends at BuzzFeed who are specialize in fake news. Buzzfeed. We don't check the facts we just report then this hour's headlines Harvey Weinstein to host the Oscar Kim Kardashian planes. She's still a virgin. Tom Brady to retire. Super bowl. Buzzfeed. We don't check the facts, we just report them. Yeah. They don't bother double. Checking anything that's obvious from from the folks over at BuzzFeed, Chuck Whitaker turns down smorgasbord that might be the next time line. Why me why me? Anything done anything. It's your whole life your whole life. Is this is your life? Chuck whitaker. Yes. Unfortunately, you've made it that way mistakes. After fifty years of this business. This is what it's come to. Yes. It's a day of shame. It it is it is just a slide out walkout gracefully. Lubar told me. He had plenty of time. When he was under the weather to start writing his his roast of of you also he's these Shahi sharpen his pencil over the last couple of weeks. In fact, I've hired a lot of writers do. He was soliciting donations. The Monsignor and all that stuff. I mean, you know. I'm not gonna tell secrets here. Oh. Yes. So there'd be a lot of folks that will will be enjoying. This is going to be a great great adventure. We can't wait soon as a doctor Liber gets back in studio. We will get going. To me. Eighteen eighteen minutes after you could join us here for ten WTVN six eighty one eight hundred look, I know it's a tough very tough topic. First thing in the morning, I get that. But it's important. I think it speaks to number one. This is a party with no heart. How can you possibly claim your bleeding heart do-gooder, compassionate liberal? And then pass a law like this in New York that allows for abortion for any reason at any time during the entire nine months of pregnancy even Roe v. Wade didn't go that far. It's just it's just amazing to me. This is really just one step shy partial birth abortion. When the baby is partially born alive, and then and then killed even halfway out of the womb. Well, there's going to have to be some kind of a push back. And I'm sure there will be somebody's going to try to take this decision. And maybe. Hope for a stay as far as the implementation is concerned, and then beyond that, maybe even wind its way up to the supreme court for descended on it. I tell you one thing that should happen. And I think one of our listeners just this is a Vendex boy who raise the question can Cuomo receive the Eucharist now this is horrifying this is infanticide. This barbarism is many adjectives as I can describe the Catholic church, the pope, who's a social Justice warrior, the pope should let it be known that any politician. That signs off the producers a Bill that votes in favor of a Bill like that it should be excommunicated immediately. From the Catholic church, and maybe then they'll get their ten should be shamed. Should be shamed. And named an excommunicated, and I should start in New York. And I got cardinal Dolan up there, and you got a number of others in pretty tough. But will they will they continue to give them a pass will the Catholic church continue to look the other way when it comes to this kind of horrific act. I know they'll they'll they'll speak platitudes. You'll say, oh, this is where opposed to this is horrible. But what will they actually do about it? They should be every single one of them in the Catholic. I don't know what to do about the other faith. But of the Catholic church there is a path to do it. It is an and they should start with Andrew Cuomo and go right down the line art at six twenty twenty minutes after the agree or disagree for ten WCBS six eighty one eight hundred WCBS six eighty about our good friends rescued natural supplements. And maybe you started trying to lose some weight for your news resolution were three weeks in and maybe you've hit the wall. And does happen might need a little bit of help. We've got the perfect thing for you. It's called rescue ideal weight. It's going to help lower your appetite be shed, those stubborn extra pounds and for the month of January..

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"vendex" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Equity is available now from Bloomberg press. US prosecutors said to be pursuing a criminal case against Hawaii for allegedly stealing trade secrets from its American business partners. Now, the news comes with. He'll always CFO still is on bail and Vancouver and awaiting possible extradition on China. Correspondent Tom MacKenzie joins us from Beijing. Tom. Good morning. What do we know about this investigation? Opens up another front in the US campaign against wa away which on some measures is China's largest company this investigation involves looking at allegations of the theft of trade secrets by the way, that is the allegation theft of trade secrets against companies or from US companies like t mobile, and it's linked to some civil cases including one they think back to two thousand seventeen where the jury found that while I was indeed liable for the theft of robotic technology from t mobile, and what our sources have told Bloomberg is that the investigation is quite advanced. And there is an indictment quite likely on the way soon, and again, it is another area of pressure that will be put on Tibet on way. Which of course is the world's second-largest by make an a major producer of telecoms equipment, and it's theft. It's alleged theft of IP, of course, is central to these talks in these discussions between the US and China when it comes to the trade friction. Is that where the wider fall is? I mean that they Hawas said of the legendary owner there. Yes, he's saying look, I'm a sesame seed in this trade dispute, but that is where the wider the wider full that is isn't it. It is because the company is seen widely at particularly in the US is being symbolic of China's trade or technology ambitions, the fact that it poses a national security risk in the eyes of many certainly in the US and many of his allies now and the way that it's got to where it is. And many would say that that is being through the theft of intellectual property as you say the company strongly denies this. We had the founder CFO or CEO coming out junk face saying that he does not work with youth. Authorities in Beijing and would not allow them to spy on other companies using or countries using this technology they've strongly denied this. But certainly the US campaign to pressure its allies to block wa equipment from its own telecom networks that continues you had the case of Poland arresting hallway employees on allegations of spying. And of course, you still have the CFO of the company who is held on bail in Canada and awaits potentially an extradition case. And so that continues, and of course, the Canadians would also say that the Chinese have taken retire. Allegation against their own nationals who have been traveling to China. You've got two gentlemen, who are being held in secret detention somewhere in Beijing who continue to be held there. We don't know how long they will be detained for they don't have access to lawyers. They get to see officials. Maybe once a month that continues the Canadian retaliation. You also have the case of a Canadian here who saw a drug sentencing drug trafficking sentence increased to the death penalty. Again, Justin Trudeau saying that was an example of Chinese retaliation. So that those cases of sent chills for the business community here, and certainly deteriorated the ties between Canada and China for the moment. China's trying to keep focus on the talks is taking a swipe at Canada. But in terms of how they worked through these issues, and that is a question that remains to be seen. And certainly while we ever get to the stage where it's blocked from US technology. Like, you said see that becomes a major issue for both sides. Tom. Thank you very much in the very latest on night from China to the other side of that trae, which is the United States of American trade was Rafael Albertoni is the head of debt capital markets for Gulf Investment corporation and very clearly lane. The theater of trade wars, the nuances my question to you to bring it into your world is we've got the theater of trade wars. But I would put a team that the fed is listening much more than once we last spoke to one another and they are much more globally aware. Is that a fair interpretation? It is absolutely. A fair interpretation. We had the change in the awarding on the fed in the past few weeks. They understood that an aggressive monetary policy could new radio the economic recovery. Not only in USA, by Inger rested. Their word is to defend this focus on the US should not take care of the rest of the world. Where we live in a word, and the effect of the trade war is already very clear in terms of a in inflation and a reduction investments or at the US. Now, the consequence on all this rhetoric Astra George flipping a whole variety of voices on the fed in its position consequences on the cub. We've got the five ten thirties in the GT live. We will put that up as a reference point conversation with Stephen major the other day said look, I'm going for Kirsty, and the reason being he believes that these next rate hikes if at all are in the long grass we're back at levels that we haven't seen. Since last February is there more propensity in your view to continue the steep. And if so to what level I think, the Cubbies already prising expectation in terms of fed dykes. We are advocating for another. I probably in the second quarter on next year. But we wouldn't be surprised to see. No, I I think the focus for defended. This year is going to be more dinner monetization process off their balance sheet, rather than how many I we are going to have at the moment, we keep a neutral duration position because they're Elliot's already open. We spent a little bit steepening of the curve, but very modest from current level by we are ready to go along with Eurasian as soon as we would have more dovish. Assessment that from the fed the normalization process. I I'm always I love a fast and furious trade. And so there was a chart that caught my eyes you came out to the Saturn is on volatility, and this is about the mov index the Bank of America Merrill, Lynch mob index down for eight days in a row. We haven't seen sweet died on the mall Vendex dot since probably at the back end of last year now that volt drop has a lot of people writing straddles and strangles. In other words, the fed won't move. The great deal ball won't move. Great deal in the bond market is that a smart trade at taking him premium? Fifty million dollars has been taken in premium is that a smart trade for you or got risk? This year is going to be a year of very strong volatility for a number of reasons. And therefore if you are able to play the volatility, I think is gonna this to your portfolio, obviously is going to be very difficult, and you you need to do right to pick the right timing. And this is true for volatility, but also for all other asset classes now we are seeing enjoying and nice railing on risky assets. I think it has reason to continue by not gonna be as three to line is going to be very volatile and the timing. This year is going to be crucial. Okay. That set time is running against this. It's going to be volatile twenty nine hundred. Thank you very much for being my guest this morning that is Rafael about Tony had of capital markets for Gulf Investment corporation being on the show. Not. I'm.

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"vendex" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:17 min | 3 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News was out in the field covering the protests. But also talking to Chicagoans all over the city Domanski. What that what we just heard right there was that pretty much a sentiment that that you were able to get today on the street, the more sentimental thousand more sentimental consensus. I didn't most people. I heard didn't empathize as much with Dyson Van Dyke that was at thirty fifth and Redline and Mexican American woman who said listen, given my background I can understand how tense the ratio ramifications of this whole thing. She was the first to bring up Jason Van Dyke daughter extra after that that question of, you know, his daughter's been been threatened causing to be late this morning that whole thing. And she said, yeah, more lives are ruined. But when I'm really concerned about is how the community will react, and she was actually looking at the trial on her phone when I approached her. But yeah, that was Sophia spoke with thirty fifth and read law. This is a special coverage of the verdict in the Van Dyke trial here on seven twenty WGN. We've got a panel of people and we're talking. About what's next here in the city of Chicago. Brian Warner is with us chain rhyme fest Smith her mean, Hartman, Richland coffin Vilma teapot Pondo joining us on the line. I want to bring in Janette Wilson Janette Wilson had a press conference right after the verdict was announced, of course, she is the national executive director for push excel branch of operation pushing Chicago. She's also an attorney Brevard Wilson. Thanks for joining us. We appreciate it. Thank you for having me. How are you? Good. One of the things that you mentioned was we kind of talked about is whether or not the laws on the books are applicable when it comes to. Charging police officers for misconduct. So you think that that that's a possibility to be changed at some points out of this case. Well, the criminal code is is designed and determined with input from lawyers. But it's this legislation that is passed at the state level and most people recover frustrated about the law this Illinois criminal code, and we have the ability to change laws and make new laws in the Illinois general assembly the house, and you have the Senate most people don't think about. Any of these things when they are voting for state reps. And when they voted for state senators, that's where laws are made some one young. And we'll Calloway will suggestion that there needs to be term limits on some of our elected offices and Cook County, and they introduced the what they call the quantum McDonald Bill, and they wanted it to the house and the Senate, and then ultimately reached the governor staff so those three. Yeah. Had two branches that make and draft laws, and then the governor has the ability to sign an execute them. Saw all this political process is the next level of this as well as the police are governed by a of a contract with the city of Chicago negotiate about the mayor with the police show, you the for tunnel police that is not unlike the unions across the nation with police. And so we have to look at the fraternal order police contract with the city of Chicago. In terms of what it says about how long we have to wait before police officer who is accused of misconduct. Can be removed from active duty and reassigned and. And Linda says employment what kind of due process does he get greater than a due process for four to another nine police officer employee of the of the city or the county. I mean, these are things that should be negotiated and question we now have is should this lame duck mayor who says he's not running for reelection. Be allowed to the contract with the F O T, which is pending now when he was mayor when the cover up occur. Well, we'll Calloway said at one point as well today, he had kinda pointed out dome t the idea that black alderman had let down the black community, and that there should be fresh start for politicians, and that they shouldn't be they should be voted out and everyone should register to vote in the black community, Reverend listen what what's your take on that? Do you feel that there should be a regime change if you will? In the black community in Chicago. Well, I think that there has to be an understanding that people that we vote into office or that we allowed to be elected there are consequences to being elected. And then you operate against our interests these police misconduct settlements that have been approved by the city council has a question about the did. You know, what did you like we asked the alderman if they saw the video before they agreed to settlement in this case. Were they briefed properly. Did they raise questions before they sign a half a billion dollars worth of police settlements? And so. Yes. There will be us who changes just as with an elected mayor just as we change the state's attorney's office because the the the cover-up didn't that start with man died. He merely executed a kid on the street, the police officers the police union was part of it. But you had the state's attorney who was complicit Anita Alvarez who is no longer state's attorney for just how we ended up electing FOX because we want Justice Santa's at every level in the system from the police on the street, and you know, that because of the protests we had finally under President Obama, we had the US attorney conscious Chicago and notice that we have many assists police misconduct. We have a significant issues with racial profiling by the Chicago police officers. It's a culture of racism that has not changed. It's a culture of them proper training within the police department. This all of those things are coming out in the consent decree that that Illinois attorney general had to sue the city to even make that revenue. Wilson was short on time. I want to thank you for joining us national executive director of push. Excel. Appreciate your time tonight. What what thank you. Yep. We're gonna continue to talk about him now on the show because we were talking right before the break about training. You know, the the question is, you know, you're going to see coming out of this trail and the consent decree a different kind of approach to training. Do you think the Brian Roy started the police officer in the room? Do you? Do you feel that there should be a change in the way that police officer trained, certainly I mean, you can always benefit from training. But if can make one point to the woman said, yeah, we have to change legislation. We have to do these things we have to remember is that Jason Van Dyke acted under the current law and acted under his current training that should have been explained in a press conference. Not in a court of law is said the optics were bad but moving forward, if you want a debate all those things there's no way in hell that he should be in jail as a travesty that it became so political and that he's a political scapegoat because the politicians. Have the courage to step forward and do their due diligence? And explain the law cudgel been on training because I think one of the interesting things that I took legally out of Vendex testimony, which I think we all agree. Maybe wasn't the best move by him. But I agree. He had to testify. I don't think he did a great job. I think one of the key parts of his testimony that may be one of the jurors brought up today was on the one hand he was claiming that he was following proper training and pulse police procedure. But I think where he lost some credibility was when he said he was shooting at that knife and the prosecutor ask him, well that's not consistent with trading right because you're trained to shoes. But he's he's also lost some credibility, though. Okay. Sure. He made less low credibility. But when I was involved in it and my shooting, I'm shooting at a moving vehicle that's technically against protocol. But the guys firing for me at the back from the backseat of the car. So we have to look at each situation as individual which is because you're training says don't you do a car? There's always going to be a circumstance that you have to look at an. Factor. Let me ask question isn't training to shoot in the in the chest. And in mass. Okay. And and the hair what training says shooting in the back. Well, when when when you're involved in a shooting and you're firing. There's many times that officers don't even realize they're striking your offenders because especially in a situation like this when the offenders high on PCP, he's not necessarily reacting he'd be fired three or four times before he realized he was hitting him because he's high on drugs. And he's not reacting is a person who's not high in drugs. I I've had situations where officers fired at state we're in a confrontation they fired a weapon five or six times when somebody jumped out of a car people fired back at him. They go chasing these guys over fences down alleys the guys get away. Walking back to their car. They see a blood trail there. Like, oh my God. I'd hit the guy. So they call the local put on the radio checked at the hospitals. And this offend your shows up the hospital three bullets in. I just because you shoot somebody is not like the westerns that they fall dead. But we spend a lot of we're spending a lot of time talking about the Kwame McDonnell, and what he had an assistant, but we're not spending any time talking about the twenty complaints against Van Dyke before we even got to this point what were those complaints. And if it was excessive force is there something in the system mechanism that should have kicked in to address before we even got to the news here, and we'll come back, and let's pick up on that point. Because I do think that that's a that's a good way for us to move forward. We our special coverage of the verdict in Van Dyke trial here on seven twenty WGN. We'll take and we'll get to the news, and we'll come back continue the conversation stay if you love football yelling at television screens with Rams and wearing.

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"vendex" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You sweetheart. Video they can't retreat the can't run away like us, and they have to wear collared people that create their own destiny told you Donald was the author the choreographer of this story. Jason bay dike had to be brought into it. All right, WGN TBS had breaking the last few minutes that the jury had asked for a transcript before they you know, this this announcement about sequestering they'd asked for a transcript of the testimony of Jason Van Dyke partner. Remember Walsh who was brought up and it was hard to tell exactly who he was helping the most. Whether it's the prosecution or the defense seemed to give a lot of a lot put a lot here was a prosecution witness. Absolutely, right. But remember what he said that he reasonably believed that McDonald was a threat, and that you had to see it from his angle, and he was right behind the he was right behind Van Dyke. And they said, well, why would you have taken shot and said, yes, but Van Dyke was in the way. So this is a. We'll have to see what there are a couple of other things that happened in in his testimony to though and now in the aftermath of this testimony. It was revealed about buying another witness that there was a conversation between Walsh and Van Dyke in the car in which had uttered the words have to shoot this guy, which might be read in two different ways. Right. And and it seems that in the court, it seemed that it was read like, oh, my God this guy as opposed to shoot this guy. So that's they may be looking at that before. It's all said, it'd be the part they're looking at. They didn't explain that. There is you the walls chest money. It's not that. It'll be that's in another piece of testimony. But it would it'll be interesting to see how much more they ask for or if they go back tonight now that they realize they're going to be sequestered if they go back tonight and continue to deliberate or they take the rest evening off and then reconvene tomorrow morning. Thank you little bit more on what is happening in the courtroom. So Van Dyke attorney. Time. We judge that his daughter was threatened at school today and Van Dyke started to cry then the attorneys daughter Vendex, Dr attorneys daughter, but then Van Dyke in the courtroom sorta to cry. That's from Iraq wrong. All right. I'm assuming that he made the announcement. Because maybe the judge wanted to know about any threats are all right now, we'll get we'll get Eric on the phone here. Coming up in just a few minutes. All right. Meantime, we'll get back to the top five. Right. Average eighty what else is happening in the newsroom. Well, a sequestered jury awaiting public and us city getting ready. Inbound travel times are heavy the Eaton's already in our lake cook road to the junction thirty five minutes back out inbound Kennedy's an hour. Twenty minutes O'Hare to downtown about an hour. Five outbound for personalized traffic on demand. Get the traffic Chicago app. It's approved by the mortgage experts of team hockberg, just search T R A F F, I X Chicago. I'm Violeta podrumedic in WGN. Traffic central. Back to Ciro. Tactic. Hey itself's to break. John Patrick Kane. Blackhawks season starts in Ottawa against the senators. Chris boden. John and Troy. Season of Blackhawks hockey on Blackhawks radio seven twenty WGN. He just this message with.

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"vendex" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Going to get at least a one hour notification when the jury comes back with a verdict to give everyone an option to get back in place. I don't assume for example, Jason Van Dyke and his legal team hanging out at twenty six in California. So everyone will lead a chance to get back to the courthouse to get back in place, we expect at least a one hour update of a verdict and the judge giving us the guidance that short of being very close to a verdict. He thinks he'll have the jury go till about six or six thirty each day. And then he will I'll let them go. He has not yet announced whether he will sequester them, we assume he will. And they would if they restrooms than they would deliberate. It's you're standing all weekend long. Columbus Day young right at it. Exactly. Exactly. You're talking about the preparation. Nations. The traffic police department issued some guidance to business owners and residents, you know, talking about securing things that could be used in a protest to cause damage to break windows things. Like construction materials talked about looking in planters, kind of the typical guidance that's given anytime there's the possibility of protests, and the Chicago public schools are put out a rather extensive publication with guidance for everybody from your school administrators teachers, and how to respond to a verdict in the Jason Van Dyke trial won't go through all of it. But I did think it was interesting that Chicago public school system appears to be sanctioning student walkouts to protest. The guidance includes. A statement that says disciplinary consequences should not be issued as long as the walkout follows guidelines and does not exceed thirty minutes. So CPS seems to be saying, hey, if kids at a particular school wanna protest wanna walk at a school, they need to talk to administrators I and that type of demonstration if it does not exceed thirty minutes. It doesn't sound like CPS is planning on disciplining anybody. They also have rather extensive guidelines on how teachers should talk to kids in schools suggestions for working through emotion suggestions for talking about trust in the community. And so everybody from the school system to police in downtown, businesses and neighborhoods are preparing for this Saint Ignatius. In the south loop there, send a note home to parents saying that if there is a verdict it's going to be during the school day. They're going to dismiss students early because they have a lot of students spread out all over the city. And if there is any type of protest or disturbance, they don't want kids to be commuting home through that. I'm looking at a no right now from south loop elementary school were they have decided that if there is a verdict during school hours, they'll go on lockdown mode. Just protect the students and determine what to do from there. We received a note home, our daughter goes to school near Saint PAT's and we received a note that they would also be being paying attention during school hours. And this is all out of an abundance of caution. We we we don't know what the we don't know what the verdict is going to be. So we don't know what the reaction's going to be, you know, in very interestingly in tellingly today in court, the judge gave this jury an option a middle ground. If you will that that charge of second degree. Murder. Which sounds awful but carries with it? The possibility possibility of probation in a case like that. And we have to remember there are two different. Moments here, they could spur controversy. First of all there is the verdict. And then Secondly, there will be the sentencing which will not be simultaneous. No there will be another sentencing hearing, depending on what what? The verdict is unless this is a straight acquitted on all charges, which doesn't seem like a. And better than fifty fifty probability. But we'll see. I mean, you never know. What did you think of the clo- because arguments, you I thought it was interesting Jason Vendex attorney Daniel Herbert did not talk about that that third option that that second degree murder option know, he seemed to double down all or nothing right.

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"vendex" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:14 min | 3 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I do? What do I do? Mom. What do I do? It's a damn sad situation. Much of the attention since last week's hearing has been on the politically mobilizing effect. It had on women particularly those on the left, but it's triggered something in Republican men to hear was Republican Lindsey Graham at a Senate hearing last Friday, I know, I'm a single white male from South Carolina, and I've told should shut up, but I will not shut up if that's okay, gram and Trump or putting voice to an idea that long predates the allegations against Cavanaugh the peril of being a white man in America comes up regularly on conservative talk radio, and it's been amplified in the era of me metoo and cavenaugh the blood drenched jihad against this innocent man, this good and decent. Man. We're finding now if you're a white male. It's okay to be against white guy. You're out. You're you're it's done. It's over hatred of men, and I said this Rush Limbaugh has been railing against so-called feminazi for decades. Too much commercial. Success was so out of balance here. Women activists feminazi women can demand all kinds of investigations into men. Men cannot require or demand investigations into women. You imagine if somebody tried that that was from his show today, then are under investigation in this country via through cavenaugh or through Trump or whoever the idea being that men are under siege. As women have taken more prominent roles in the workplace as demographic, and cultural shifts have changed the rules with airs is a Republican pollster who has argued unsuccessfully in the age of Trump that his party needs to adapt to those changes in areas of the country that are struggling economically, especially small towns and rural areas, those changes are really disquieting. And now the culture that's been so comforting and comfortable is changing as well. So it's no surprise a lot of white matter upset and fearful it's something. President Trump tapped into as a candidate with his talk of forgotten men and political correctness run amok says Frank Luntz, another Republican pollster the idea that you can't say things that you believe to be true that you can't think the way you want stock ten or twenty years ago because there's something wrong with it. And now as Trump tweeted today, there is an anger among some at how Cavanaugh has been treated Luntz notes that partisans seek to gain advantage from the open wound that was the Cavanaugh hearing it has been used by some to try to energize the white conservative mail to say, hey, look now, you're the victim. You're the one who's being punished the day after the hearing conservative host, Laura Ingram offered this analysis on Fox News. I don't think this whole year. The woman thing I wonder if they haven't bit off more than they can chew on that. Because I think it could easily as well turn out to be the year of the man who feel like the target is on their back all the time, and it's not fair and. NPR PBS NewsHour Marist poll out today. Found a big swing in public opinion among men following the hearing with a ten point increase in those saying they plan to support a Republican candidate in the upcoming midterm elections tamra, Keith NPR news. And now to Chicago where police officer Jason Van Dyke defense team rested its case today. Then dyke is charged with murder for the on-duty shooting of a black teenager. Look, Kwan McDonald. It's the first time in decades that a Chicago police officer has been charged with murder for an on duty shooting McDonald case caused major political upheaval in Chicago and sparked reforms to its police department from member station WBZ, Shannon, Heffernan reports when Jason Van Dyke shot the claw McDonald in October two thousand fourteen police I reported that he was lunging at them with a knife. But after political pressure in a lawsuit the city was forced to release a dash Cam video of the incident that video is a fundamental. Piece of evidence in this trial in it McDonald, appears to be walking away from officers it shows Van Dyke shooting him sixteen times, including after the teenager was lying on the ground after its release activists took to the streets chanting sixteen shots and a cover up three officers at the scene were charged with conspiracy. Van Dyke was charged with murder yesterday. He took the stand and gave tearful testimony. He waved the knife from his lower right side. Upwards crosses bike towards my left shoulder. And when he did that. I shot him during cross examination. Prosecutors asked Van Dyke to point out where in that infamous dash Cam video McDonald can be seen raising the knife video. Doesn't show my perspective? The prosecution then asked him about an animation created by his own defense team with the goal of showing Vendex perspective. Again, they asked him to point out where the video shows MacDonald raising the knife. It's not showing what I saw. It's showing the back of my head in above me. Then dykes defense team called the Sakala gist to the stand to testify about how being a life threatening situation can work memory and perception other defense witnesses included people who met Donald while he was in juvenile detention. They recalled incidents where McDonald shot at threats and resistant staff. Sharon Mitchell is a former defense attorney he suspects van Dyck's lawyers are trying to distract jurors from what the video shows how you decide this case really rides along with your thinking much more about the Kwame McDonald's actions or whether you're thinking about Jason van dykes actions in the more the defense can draw you to a qualm McDonnell is the lethal amount of time. You're thinking about what Jason van. Did defense. Also, brought witnesses to testify about the effects a PCP which Donald had an assistant. Prosecutors made the point that look Kwame McDonald is not on trial and throughout this trap. And again, and again showed jurors the video the defense team rested its case today and each side is expected to make closing arguments. Tomorrow before the case goes to the Jerry Brinton news. I'm Shannon.

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"vendex" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:10 min | 3 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What do I do? Damn sad situation. Okay. Much of the attention since last week's hearing has been on the politically mobilizing affected had on women, particularly those on the left, but it's triggered something in Republican men to hear was Republican Lindsey Graham at a Senate hearing last Friday, I know I'm a single white male from South Carolina told us should shut up. But I will not shut up if that's okay, gram and Trump or putting voice to an idea that long predates the allegations against Cavanaugh the peril of being a white man in America comes up regularly on conservative talk radio, and it's been amplified in the era of me too. And cavenaugh the blood drenched jihad against this innocent man, this good and decent. Man. We're finding now that the if you're a white male. It's okay to be against white guy. You're out. You're it's done. It's over. I think it's hatred of men, and I said this Rush Limbaugh has been railing against so-called feminazi for decades. Too much commercial. Success? We're so out of balance here. Women activists feminazi women can demand all kinds of investigations into men. Men cannot require or demand investigations into women. You imagine if somebody tried that that was from his show today men are under investigation in this country through cavenaugh or through Trump or whoever the idea being that men are under siege. As women have taken more prominent roles in the workplace as demographic, and cultural shifts have changed the rules with airs is a Republican pollster who argued unsuccessfully in the age of Trump that his party needs to adapt to those changes in areas of the country that are struggling economically, especially small towns and rural areas, those changes are really disquieting. And now the culture that's been so comforting and comfortable is changing as well. So it's no surprise a lot of white matter upset and fearful it's something. President Trump tapped into as a candidate with his talk of forgotten men and political correctness run amok says Frank Luntz and other Republican pollster the idea that you can't say things that you believe to be true that you can't think the way you want stock ten or twenty years ago because there's something wrong with and now as Trump tweeted today there isn't anger among some at how Cavanaugh has been treated Luntz notes that partisan seek to gain advantage from the open wound. That was the Cavanaugh hearing. It has been used by some to try to energize the white conservative mail to say, hey, look now, you're the victim. You're the one who's being punished the day after the hearing conservative host, Laura Ingram offered this analysis on Fox News. I don't think this whole year. The woman thing I wonder if they haven't been off more than they can chew on that. Because I think it could easily as well turn out to be the year of the man who feel like the target is on their back all the time. And it's not fair. And NPR PBS NewsHour Marras poll out today found a big swing in public opinion among men following the hearing with a ten point increase in those saying they plan to support a Republican candidate in the upcoming midterm elections tamra, Keith NPR news. And now to Chicago where police officer Jason van dykes defense team rested its case today, then dyke is charged with murder for the on-duty shooting of a black teenager, Liquan McDonald. It's the first time in decades that a Chicago police officer has been charged with murder for an on duty shooting McDonald case caused major political upheaval in Chicago and sparked reforms to its police department from member station WBZ, Shannon, Heffernan reports when Jason Van Dyke shot the claw McDonald in October two thousand fourteen police I reported that he was lunging at them with a knife. But after political pressure and a lawsuit the city was forced to release a dash Cam video of the incident that video is a fund. The mental piece of evidence in this trial in it McDonald appears to be walking away from officers it shows Van Dyke shooting him sixteen times, including after the teenager was lying on the ground after its release activists took to the streets chanting sixteen shots and a cover up three officers at the scene were charged with conspiracy. Van Dyke was charged with murder yesterday. He took the stand and gave tearful testimony. He waved a knife from his lower right side upwards crosses body towards my left shoulder. When he did what did you do? Awesome. I shot during cross examination. Prosecutors asked Van Dyke to point out where in that infamous dash Cam video McDonald can be seen raising the knife video. Doesn't show my perspective? The prosecution then asked him about an animation created by his own defense team with the goal of showing Vendex perspective. Again, they asked him to point out where the video shows MacDonald raising the knife. It's not showing what I saw. It's showing the back of my head in above me. Van Dyke defense team called a psychologist to the stand to testify about how being a life threatening situation can memory and perception other defense witnesses included people who met McDonald while he was in juvenile detention. They were called incidents where McDonald shot at threats and resistant staff. Sharon Mitchell is a former defense attorney he suspects fan. Dykes lawyers are trying to distract jurors from what the video shows how you decide this case really rides along with your thinking much more about the McDonald's actions or whether you're thinking about Jason van dykes actions in the more the defense can draw you to Kwame McDonnell is the lethal amount of time. You're thinking about what Jason van. Did defense. Also, brought witnesses to testify about the effects a PCP which Donald had an assistant. Prosecutors made the point that lukewarm McDonald is not on trial and throughout this trap. And again, and again showed jurors the video the defense team rested its case today and each side is expected to make closing arguments. Tomorrow before the case goes to the Jerry news. I'm Shannon Heffernan..

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"vendex" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:19 min | 3 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Do I do? Mom. What do I do? Mom. Damn sad situation. Okay. Much of the attention since last week's hearing has been on the politically mobilizing effect. It had on women particularly those on the left, but it's triggered something in Republican men to hear was Republican Lindsey Graham at a Senate hearing last Friday, I know, I'm a single white male from South Carolina, and I've told us should shut up. But I will not shut up if that's okay, gram and Trump or putting voice to an idea that long predates the allegations against Cavanaugh, the peril of being a white man in America comes up regularly on conservative talk radio, and it's been amplified in the of metoo and cavenaugh the blood drenched jihad against this innocent man, this good and decent. Man. We're finding now that the if you're a white male. It's okay to be against white guy. You're out it's done. It's over. I think it's hatred of men, and I said this Rush Limbaugh has been railing against so-called feminazi for decades. Too. Much commercial success? We're so out of balance here. Women activists feminazi. Women can demand all kinds of investigations into men. Men cannot require or demand investigations into women. You imagine if somebody tried that that was from his show today men are under investigation in this country via through cavenaugh or through Trump or whoever the idea being that men are under siege. As women have taken more prominent roles in the workplace says demographic, and cultural shifts have changed the rules, which airs is a Republican pollster who has argued unsuccessfully in the age of Trump that his party needs to adapt to those changes in areas of the country that are struggling economically, especially small towns in rural areas. Those changes are really this quieting. And now the culture that's been so comforting and comfortable is changing as well. So it's no surprise a lot of white matter upset and fearful it's something President Trump tapped into as a candidate with his talk of forgotten men and politic. Correctness run amok says Frank Luntz, another Republican pollster the idea that you can't say things that you believe to be true that you can't think the way you once thought ten or twenty years ago because there's something wrong with it. And now as Trump tweeted today, there is an anger among some at how Cavanaugh has been treated Luntz notes that partisans seek to gain advantage from the open wound that was the Cavanaugh hearing it has been used by some to try to energize the white conservative mail to say, hey, look now, you're the victim. You're the one who's being punished the day after the hearing conservative host, Laura Ingram offered this analysis on Fox News. I don't think this whole year. The woman thing I wonder if they haven't bit off more than they can chew on that. Because I think it could easily as well turn out to be the year of the man who feel like the target is on their back all the time, and it's not fair and NPR PBS NewsHour Marist poll out today found a big swing in public opinion. Among men following the hearing with a ten point increase in those saying they plan to support a Republican candidate in the upcoming midterm elections tamra, Keith NPR news. And now to Chicago where police officer Jason Van Dyke defense team rested. Its case today dyke is charged with murder for the on duty shooting of a black teenager. Look, Kwan McDonald. It's the first time in decades that a Chicago police officer has been charged with murder for an on duty shooting McDonald case caused major political upheaval in Chicago and sparked reforms to its police department from member station WBZ, Shannon, Heffernan reports when Jason Van Dyke shot McDonald in October two thousand fourteen police I reported that he was lunging at them with knife. But after political pressure and a lawsuit the city was forced to release a dash Cam video of the incident that video is a fundamental piece of evidence in this trial in it McDonald cures to be walking away from. Officers it shows Van Dyke shooting him sixteen times, including after the teenager was lying on the ground after its release activists took to the streets chanting sixteen shots and a cover up three officers at the scene were charged with conspiracy. Van Dyke was charged with murder yesterday. He took the stand and gave tearful testimony you with a knife from his lower right side. Upwards crosses by towards my left shoulder. And when he did that what did you do? Awesome. Shot during cross examination. Prosecutors asked Van Dyke to point out where in that infamous dash Cam video McDonald can be seen raising the knife video. Doesn't show my perspective? The prosecution then asked him about an animation created by his own defense team with the goal of showing Vendex perspective. Again, they asked him to point out where the video shows MacDonald raising the knife. It's not showing what I saw. It's showing the back of my head in above me. Then dykes defense team called the psychologist to the stand to testify about how being a life threatening situation can memory and perception other defense witnesses included people who met lukewarm McDonald while he was in juvenile detention. They recalled incidents where McDonald shot at threats and resistant staff. Sharon Mitchell is a former defense attorney he suspects van Dyck's lawyers are trying to distract jurors from what the video shows how you decide this case really rides along with your thinking much more about the quantum McDonald's actions or whether you're thinking about Jason van dykes actions in the more defense can draw you to a quantum McDonnell is the lethal amount of time. You're thinking about what Jason van. Dyke's defense. Also, brought witnesses to testify about the effects a PCP which Donald had an assistant. Prosecutors made the point that look McDonald is not on trial and throughout this trap. And again, and again showed jurors the video the defense team rested its case today and each side is expected to make closing arguments. Tomorrow before the case goes to the jury for NPR news. I'm Shannon, Heffernan Heffernan works with a team at WBZ to produce a podcast.

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"vendex" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:17 min | 3 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"What do I do? Mom. What do I do? Mom. Damn sad situation. Okay. Much of the attention since last week's hearing has been on the politically mobilizing affected hat on women, particularly those on the left, but it's triggered something in Republican men to hear was Republican Lindsey Graham at a Senate hearing last Friday, I know I'm a single white male from South Carolina, and I've told us should shut up. Not shut up if that's okay, gram and Trump or putting voice to an idea that long predates the allegations against Cavanaugh. The peril of being a white man in America comes up regularly on conservative talk radio, and it's been amplified in the era of me to and Cavanaugh. The blood drenched jihad against this innocent man, this good and decent. Man. We're finding now that the if you're a white male. It's okay to be against white guy. You're out. You're it's done. It's over. I think it's hatred of men, and I said this Rush Limbaugh has been railing against so-called feminazi for decades. Too. Much commercial success? We're so out of balance here. Women activists feminazi women can demand all kinds of investigations into men. Men cannot require or demand investigations into women. You imagine if somebody tried that that was from his show today men are under investigation in this country be through cavenaugh or through Trump or whoever the idea being. That men are under siege. As women have taken more prominent roles in the workplace as demographic, and cultural shifts have changed the rules, which airs is a Republican pollster who has argued unsuccessfully in the age of Trump that his party needs to adapt to those changes in areas of the country that are struggling economically, especially small towns in rural areas. Those changes are really disquieting. And now the culture that's been so comforting and comfortable is changing as well. So it's no surprise a lot of white matter upset and fearful it's something President Trump tapped into as a candidate with his talk of forgotten men and political correctness run amok says Frank Luntz and other Republican pollster the idea that you can't say things that you believe to be true that you can't think the way you want stock ten or twenty years ago because there's something wrong with it. And now as Trump tweeted today, there is an anger among some at how Cavanaugh has been treated. Luntz notes that partisans seek to gain advantage from the open wound. That was the Cavanaugh hearing. It has been used by some to try to energize the white conservative mail to say, hey, look now, you're the victim. You're the one who's being punished the day after the hearing conservative host, Laura Ingram offered this analysis on Fox News. I don't think this whole year. The woman thing I wonder if they haven't bit off more than they can chew on that. Because I think it could easily as well turn out to be the year of the man who feel like the target is on their back all the time, and it's not fair and NPR PBS NewsHour Marist poll out today found a big swing in public opinion among men following the hearing with a ten point increase in those saying they plan to support a Republican candidate in the upcoming midterm elections tamra, Keith NPR news. And now to Chicago where police officer Jason van Dyck's defense team rested its case today. Van Dyke is charged with murder for. For the on-duty shooting of a black teenager, LA Kwan McDonald. It's the first time in decades that a Chicago police officer has been charged with murder for an on duty shooting McDonald case caused major political upheaval in Chicago and sparked reforms to its police department from member station WBZ, Shannon, Heffernan reports when Jason Van Dyke shot the claw McDonald in October twenty fourteen police I reported that he was lunging at them with a knife. But after political pressure in a lawsuit the city was forced to release a dash Cam video of the incident that video is a fundamental piece of evidence in this trial in it McDonald appears to be walking away from officers it shows Van Dyke shooting him sixteen times, including after the teenager was lying on the ground after its release activist took to the streets chanting sixteen shots and a cover up three officers at the scene were charged with conspiracy. Van Dyke was charged with murder yesterday. He took the stand and gave cheerful. Testimony you weep the knife from his lower right side upwards crosses body towards my left shoulder. And when he did that what did you do a shot during cross examination? Prosecutors asked Van Dyke to point out where in that infamous dash Cam video McDonald can be seen raising the knife video. Doesn't show my respect the prosecution then asked him about an animation created by his own defense team with the goal of showing Vendex perspective. Again, they asked him to point out where the video shows MacDonald raises the knife. It's not showing what I saw. It's showing the back of my head in above me van Dyck's defense team called the psychologist to the stand to testify about how being a life threatening situation can more memory and perception other defense witnesses included people who met lukewarm McDonald while he was in juvenile detention. They were called incidents where McDonald shot at threats and resist staff. Sharon Mitchell is a former defense attorney he suspects fan. Dykes lawyers are trying to distract jurors from what the video shows how you decide this case really rides along with your thinking much more about the McDonald's actions or whether you're thinking about Jason Van Dyke actions in the more the defense can draw you to Kwame McDonnell is the least amount of time. You're thinking about what Jason man. Indict this defense. Also brought witnesses to testify about the effects a PCP which MacDonald had an assistant. Prosecutors made the point that lukewarm McDonald is not on trial and throughout this trial. And again, and again showed jurors the video the defense team rested its case today and each side is expected to make closing arguments. Tomorrow before the case goes to the jury news, I'm Shannon, Heffernan Heffernan works with a team.

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"vendex" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on WGN Radio

"He knows all the tricks. He does get all the tricks. They said the ratings were huge in Chicago, but not in the country. Meaning nobody cared about the bears of Seahawks. So there is a question about if this day ESPN viewers in Texas, if they care about linebacker, Brian Urlacher, they might not know I can see why wouldn't be a big game around the country hair transplant people that's a huge market for ESPN. But that's a great opportunity than for say. The bears website stream it live or for the. Well, I they didn't as far as I know. But I'm just saying somebody could have stepped in and done it. If ESPN was not going to do it would have been fun to see. Yeah. That's over now next to the Van Dyke. Trout continues the Van Dyke slash Lequan McDonald, Vendex partner testifying under immunity says the shooting video doesn't accurately depict what he saw or what what what what what what did he say? He said that the angle in which the video does not show accurately what they saw from the side, which was Lequan McDonald turning his turning right towards him his shoulder opening up with a stare in his eye, and they recognize the danger the imminent danger. And that's why Jason Van Dyke fired. You don't see in the tape from behind? They saw as he turned right towards it. Now, the only one to fire them, that's the key. They said that because the the actual his partner Walsh on the stand said he felt that Jason Van Dyke had had done it for both of them, essentially what he said, well, the idea that because Jason Van Dyke had fired he had protected both. He and Van Dyke slot. There was another. Right. Yeah. Yeah. There was another part of the trial to yesterday that another officer testified he was about a minute away with a tasers which were there waiting out. Right. Why nobody had stopped him in the first. Here's a question that I would like to ask Karen Conte, and I would ask everybody out there. They're showing the prosecution's showing different angles of different videos from businesses in the area, and they're making a case. But the big disputed video is from the Burger King that was actually right in front of race. Right. But this is the issue that they have on video they show police coming into the Burger King and pointing at the camera and being like, hey, we need. I the thought is the managers said they wanted to see the tape. And when they came out twenty five minutes were deleted of the moment that is not referenced in this trial at all because I don't know if it's speculation 'cause it's not there anymore. What the deal is. But that's that seems. Very weird scenario. Legal so asked hearing scheduled for Monday and Abrek Cavanaugh mess for the supreme court Christine Blasi Ford was accused cavenaugh assaulting her a high school party more than thirty years ago. Said through her attorneys. She wants the FBI to investigate before. She testified. New information has come forward this morning that says, but that absolutely should happen. We'll talk about that coming up. He of course has categorically denied her accusation. Julia Julia, Louis Dreyfuss among hundreds of Holton arms alumni, that's the school. That we're talking about from which these folks can to sign a letter in support of Ford. Kevin I believe is an all boys prep school called, Georgetown prep. Holton arms is the school for Blasi forty nine. I think she was a couple of years behind. Thanks seventy-nine. Julia Louis Dreyfus route seventy nine can you imagine somebody high school in seventy nine? That's crazy. That's right. I was a senior. Yeah. Hello. Some of us were in college. Very interesting points coming up from that. And. You millennials according to the US census population estimate. Seventy three percent of west loop. Residents are millennials slipped at Saint seventy three percent seventy three seventy three percent seven out of ten. That's a makes makes you grandpa over there. There's a over there. There's a bar at lake and Morgan on the west loop right at the L stop there where you can see.

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"vendex" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:55 min | 3 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Right now from the WGN TV newsroom. Thank you Benjamin. Or y'all as they say down south, and he means south the seventy ninth street. All right. Let's. Let's talk about what's happening here in the band trial. Pretty interesting opening arguments. Yeah. Fascinating. Right. Dan. Herbert Jason Vendex attorney summed it up by saying if the decision for this officer to shoot was lawful there is no crime. He's trying to make it very simple, right? If you're a police officer either you have the right to use deadly force or you don't doesn't matter. How many shots were fired? Doesn't matter. Other extenuating circumstances. He's trying to say if this officer was correct if you're for his life, and who can say whether he feared for his life other than the officer himself, the shooting was justified. There's no crime. Well, you can make that argument for any police shooting. And and that's the I think the burden here is really going to be on the defenses. I watch us today. I get the sense of how you need to structure this, and yeah, you're right bend at that. They're trying to make the argument that this was a justifiable shooting in terms of the the first shots, the prosecution in this case, very interesting opening argument because the guy who was doing the prosecution guys doing the opening argument the lead prosecutor in this case is the King County state's attorney Cook County has has recused itself. From this case, he was he got it there. And he talked about the fact that you know, he goes it wasn't just the one or two or three shots down. It was four five and six and he goes through the whole sixteen sixteen. So I think that that's. That's going to be very compelling for this jury. But on the other hand, you got police officers who were showing up and saying. Yeah. Well, you know, we're following this guy for a long time. The argument that you're seeing laid out by the defense is that lukewarm McDonnell have been on a rampage for hours and hours prior to this fatal moment. Breaking it trucks. Slashing tires. He stabbed a police car. Right. He this is something that is important right in the last moments here there were police following him. They were staying behind him. He had a knife in his hand. They weren't they weren't trying to wrestle him to the ground because he had a knife and police officers had their guns drawn they were following them in a car and some of them were falling on foot and at one point a car stop. He turned to the car police car he stabbed the tire and then stabbed the windshield of the car. And then he turns and runs away and you see the running away. That's where the video starts that we've seen so commonly here describe something either something new that I heard today, Ben. And I wonder if it was new to the defense talked about how Lochlann McDonnell was running toward a Dunkin donuts in the area with the knife in his hand, and then Van Dyke the officer moved to block his path hit cut him off cut him off with his squad car because at this point Donald was planning to attack. Those are facts I had not heard before we know that there's a Burger King in Dunkin donuts in that area. And the officers were attempting to corral, essentially, Liquan McDonald. At the time. And you're right. I hadn't heard that specific detail before, but the other factors. The prosecutors are bringing up is that there were other officers on the scene, including the officers who were in the car whose tires Lequan McDonald's, slashed, and none of them felt threatened to the point to fire. Yes, they had pulled their guns, but none of them felt threatened. And that's what you're seeing these first couple of witnesses. We're we're about six or eight witnesses in and they're trying to establish the actual threat to not only Jason Van Dyke, but to the other people because there were there were a few bystanders in that area as well. I think that's what the defense is trying to do with the opposite with the Dunkin donuts, maybe he was rushing to the Dunkin donuts to try to do harm. They're they're trying to create that reverse narrative. Right. But she had one officer testified today that they were trying to be patient. His words with McDonald's radio asking for a unit with a taser to arrive, and they described essentially trying to stall the Quan McDonald trying to wait for that teaser to arrive. So they can take him down without two deadly firing on right? And that's the they needed. Listen. The fact of the matter is they weren't going to just turn around and go. Okay. That's fine. He'd been menacing people. He there was an attempted burglary as part of his nine one one chain that was coming in and then police dispatch chain of communication that he was involved with. And again, this is this is just in the minutes leading up to it. And then he and then they they knew they had them damn corral. Please we're going to leave him. Mm along they were going to go. All right. That's it. We just gotta go here. He's got a knife. Got a knife. Right. Wants the police to respond to these types of situations. Correct. The other way, right? I think as we've talked about you really have to trials here you've got the legal charges against Jason Van Dyke. But then you've got the public scrutiny on trial. You've got the Chicago police department and its practices on trial in the court of public opinion. And, you know, a couple of interesting details that might not make themselves into the coverage of this case, but has been talked about in that is, you know, video dash Cam video that doesn't record. You've got a couple of camera angles on this shooting that one of the cameras was out of memory, another one. There was a glitch. There was a a sergeant who testified today saying, oh, well, how come there is an audio? Well, it's because the batteries were put in backwards in one case the microphones at the officers are supposed to wear put in the glove box. And then you you had more testimony after Kwan McDonald was shot that officers kicked the knife away. But didn't immediately render aid. It was actually a Cook County sheriff's officer who hit come upon the scene who who went over and heard Liquan McDonald's, essentially final breaths, right? Right. And that's you wonder because this video has been played dozens of times today in this courtroom. And you do wonder what the the effect on the jury is watching that over and over and over again does it have a dulling effect to agitating effect? There are a lot of questions here. It's it is. But I think it's important for and one of the reasons we're going to follow this thoroughly as we are. It's really important for Chicago to be aware of exactly what happens in this courtroom. And that there is a very robust record of of exactly what this is. Because the because people are going to take from it what they will. And even the headlines of this depending on an hour by hour headlines can can lead you in directions in which the court case isn't necessarily going. So we'll we'll continue to watch it. All right, then we'll see you tonight four or five six nine and ten on the WGN news. Thank you, sir. Ben bradlee the WGN TV news reminder. We're gonna pick up crtv here in just a few minutes and continue on with the discussion of the. Jason Van Dyke trial going on today. Opening arguments and witnesses today in the trial of Jason Van Dyke at twenty six in California. We'll get to all of that. But I got the news into. Yep. You guessed it. I'm a speed.

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"vendex" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"The broader picture in terms of tenure paper and in terms of those rate hikes magi writer fridays on from payroll is going to be very very key to keep an eye on i mean i mean it is it is a high frequency does move around a lot but it's something that we keep in close on are still in our house view is three rate hikes this year so it's kind of fade but probably a little bit more aggressive we still feel that the fish came up the lost hike on us doveish note so we need to see what the the pm mind was pretty good the last few prince the latest one yesterday was good and like you said nonfarm payrolls and fight is going to be key to see you tenure goes alipay and his tenure is still going to finish this time next year with a three handle probably three twenty but would it be surprised if you see a flat to just safety and we get to seventy five hundred ten years or even saudi low in the shorter you probably get a cold from bill gross saying well done you you've just how does book jeffrey kahn lock if you're lucky he'd probably tweeted i'd for you as well we're already in terms of the volatility you talk about two point seven five percent in three percent if you look at the mall vendex which is merrill lynch volatility index on your world we spike to those levels that we saw in january this is wouldn't gunnlaug and gross we're talking about much higher much higher us we subsequently come back are we going to see an explosion in volatility in the bond market i think the explosion is more inequity now like you said we've seen that the in volatility which was the move from two fifty two to ninety that was a big move what is the what for us is a catalyst for a new move we need some sort of surprised that of the action and we don't think we're going to get with the new government off or at least the short term maybe a massive number payrolls on friday but again that's not our base case so we expect rates facility to to.

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"vendex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The broader picture in terms of tenure paper and in terms of those rate hikes muggy writer fridays on hey will is going to be very very key to keep an eye on i mean it is a high frequency number so does move around a lot but it's something that we keeping a close eye on still are in our house view is three rate hikes this year so it's kind of fit but probably a little bit more aggressive we still feel that the fed kind of came up the lost on us dovish notes so we need to see what the the the i mean pm i was pretty good the last few prints the latest one yesterday was good and like you said nonfarm payrolls and fight is going to be key to see tenure goes alipay and his tenure is still going to finish this time next year with a three handle probably three twenty but would it be surprised if we if we see a flat to to safety and we get to seventy five hundred ten years or even saudi low in the shorter you probably get a call from bill gross saying well done you you've just how buca jeffrey kahn lucky very lucky he'd probably tweeted out for you as well where are we in terms of volatility you talk about two point seven five percent in three percent if you look at the mall vendex which is the merrill lynch volatility index on your world we spite to those levels that we saw in january this is when gunnlaug gross we're talking about at much higher much higher us we subsequently come back are we going to see an explosion in volatility in the bond market i think the explosion is more inequity now and like you said we've seen the volatility which was the tenure move from two fifty two to ninety that was a big move what is the what for us is a catalyst for a new move well we need some sort of surprise of the fed action and we don't think we're going to get with the new governor off for at least the short term maybe a massive number out of a.

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