Saturday, June 16, 2018
2. The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops condemned both policies in a statement, and individual bishops have called for inspection of detention centers, protests, and possible “canonical penalties” for those who enforce the policies. https://t.co/aWBBdX7kzP— Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) June 15, 2018
4. Franklin Graham, longtime supporter of Trump, said of the practice: “It’s disgraceful, and it’s terrible to see families ripped apart and I don’t support that one bit.” https://t.co/9HrSaj40wW— Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) June 15, 2018
6. The Friends Committee on National Legislation (Quakers) has been pretty vocal in their pushback to the policy. https://t.co/IBn6QCllMt— Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) June 15, 2018
8. You know who else signed that statement?— Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) June 15, 2018
Bishop Michael Curry, presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church.
You may remember him as the preacher at the royal wedding. https://t.co/JpMxJeActo
10. Also leaders of:— Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) June 15, 2018
Presbyterian Church (USA)
Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
Reformed Church in America
Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
International Council of Community Churches
And others from groups already named.
12. Other signers included:— Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) June 15, 2018
Scott Arbeiter, President of World Relief
Shirley V. Hoogstra, Prex of Council for Christian Colleges and Universities
Hyepin Im, President & CEO of Korean Churches for Community Development
Jo Anne Lyon, Ambassador for The Wesleyan Church
14. Oh also the Quakers just specifically rejected Sessions’ argument here.https://t.co/jcDlWazNqe— Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) June 15, 2018
16. Oh, and in case it wasn’t clear before: the Council of Bishops of The United Methodist Church also passionately called on admin to end the policy.— Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) June 15, 2018
NOTE: Sessions is reportedly Methodist. These are the bishops of his tradition. https://t.co/VKzyiYFc9b
18. More than 2,500 women faith leaders signed this demanding the policy be brought to an end: https://t.co/YOdZsP5e8a— Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) June 15, 2018
20. And the Unitarian Universalist Association https://t.co/yE6xCdx280— Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) June 15, 2018
22. AND the head of the Washington National Cathedral. https://t.co/WroZKZNqm0— Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) June 15, 2018
24. Jewish Orthodox Union joins the list. https://t.co/Lfybomh1kC— Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) June 16, 2018
26. Many smaller groups, such as this Orlando-based Jewish org, are also making their voices heard on this issue. https://t.co/77ZuCkVrCX— Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) June 16, 2018
Friday, June 15, 2018
Seems like a weird move to me. Those heritage call letters belong in Chicago.
Thursday, June 14, 2018
Ms. Lane arrives bearing two decades of multimedia experience, including radio stops at WEND/Charlotte; WAVF/Charleston, SC; KNDD/Seattle and 91X/San Diego. She also spent time in Los Angeles working at KCRW and at Soundbreak.com. On the label side, Lane has worked for Sub Pop Records, Rhino Entertainment and Silva Artist Management. Lane also spent nine years as an Executive Producer at Yahoo! Music, and she most recently served as Content Director for Fender Musical Instruments Corporation.
This sounds like a PD who is trying to find a spot for a friend. Not sure there's a need for an afternoon co-host.
Press secretary Sarah Sanders and principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah are both heading for the exits, according to sources inside the White House and close to the administration. Sanders, who has become a confidante of President Trump since the departure of former communications director Hope Hicks, has told friends that she plans to leave the administration at the end of the year.
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Robert Feder has it all broken down into dayparts. Here are the morning numbers...
1. WTMX 101.9-FM Eric Ferguson 7.7 (7.2)
2. WBBM 780-AM/WCFS 105.9-FM Felicia Middlebrooks and Pat Cassidy 6.9 (7.0)
3. WVAZ 102.7-FM Steve Harvey 5.4 (5.0)
4. WOJO 105.1-FM Raúl Molinar, Carla Medrano and Andrés Maldonado 5.2 (5.5)
5. WDRV 97.1-FM Brian Sherman and Steve Tingle 3.9 (4.3)
6. WKSC 103.5-FM Christopher “Fred” Frederick and Angi Taylor 3.7 (3.6)
7. WLS 94.7-FM Dave Fogel and Kim Berk 3.6 (3.8)
8. WXRT 93.1-FM Lin Brehmer 3.5 (3.6)
9. WLEY 107.9-FM Alberto Terry “El Terrible” Cortez 3.4 (4.0)
10. WSCR 670-AM Mike Mulligan and Brian Hanley 3.3 (3.6)
My old pal Bob Stroud is #1 in middays.
Monday, June 11, 2018
Small companies will have a much harder time competing with the big boys. Innovation will be supressed.
As the owner of a small company, I'm wearing black today. It goes well with my red face, caused by years of warning you this could happen.
Fox & Friends host slips: Trump's North Korea summit is a 'historic meeting between two dictators'.— Red T Raccoon (@RedTRaccoon) June 10, 2018
The best part about it is the fact it happened as he was exiting Air Force One in Singapore.
As recently as last month, sources floated the possibility of Lasseter returning to Disney in a role that would retain his creative input but limit his managerial responsibilities.
But one well-placed source told Deadline there was a gathering sense that the employees didn’t really want Lasseter to return. Some even threatened to quit, according to another person familiar with the matter. Indeed, some in the animation community started a #LoseLasseter campaign on social media and launched a petition on Change.org demanding his ouster.
Sad ending to a great career. Bottom line--nobody is above the law--even in Hollywood.