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"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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01:54 min | 8 months ago

"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Yeah, So there's Richard Engel. Um Fascinating. I mean, I get the whole concept of they're trying to make sure and be nice play nice. So they can have international relations as they call them to basically get money. They're looking for money because that's what other countries do is your bad, bad, bad, bad country will will send you money and hope that you will be nice. So they're looking for money. And the photos of brutality. Uh, angled, then come right out and say it, but he basically setting up if you will. The whole concept of We don't know if these are current. We don't know where they came from. We don't know when they took place. But he is saying that things are a lot better. Then what everybody was afraid of. So Even if the Taliban doesn't turn out to be the Taliban from 20 years ago. Then I I know they have Sharia law and all of that, but they basically they're big sin was harboring Al Qaeda. But if the Taliban runs the country without a lot of violence will that make Joe Biden look like the smart guy in the room? Or will you ever forget? That he and Blinken decided to leave Americans and the people that supported us. Behind. That's the ghost that is going to be, I think chasing Joe Biden. Uh, no. We're early in his presidency, but I think this is This is what people remember about Joe Biden as president. 855295 66 100..

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"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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01:54 min | 10 months ago

"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The climate, Smart agriculture, the wildfire prevention Federal procurement of clean technologies. And the weatherization and electrification of buildings. All right, so they're still talking about going around and weather stripping your house. If they haven't gotten to your house by now, they've been talking. This goes back to the Obama years. This is a throwback to the Obama years. But I'm wondering about, um, Wildfire prevention with money. How do you prevent wildfires? Well, there are some things Um, you could help the utilities. Maintain their power lines so they don't spark and cause fires. But I mean after that, what are you gonna do? And I don't know what climate smart agriculture is, I would think I have always had great respect for the farmers out there. I would think because they they're they're business People, plus plus plus But I would think that the egg schools and the and the pros out there that own farms. And the equipment makers have already got it about as climate smart as they're ever going to get it, So I'm not quite sure what this money is going to go to. They're also this money is also going to go to a new methane reduction. Plan and also polluter import fees. That's some kind of tax. That's just part of it. I need to take a break. When we come back. I've got more that They're adding Or income inequality. They're going to fix that, too, so everybody will make the same. 855295 66 100 short break. We'll be right back. Right Nominates time clothing for the White House Press secretary..

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"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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01:56 min | 11 months ago

"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Argued they were limited by time restraints and unclear future of the pandemic. Um The manager in charge, and Evanston said. We made the decision in March based on the information that we had at the time. There are deadlines for permits and to secure fireworks, as well as taking applications for the parade that happened early in the year. We aired on the side of caution. If things weren't better, we wouldn't be criticized for being a super spreader. They haven't had Any covid, Uh, for the last step zero coronavirus cases for the last seven days. So all right. So you made the decision. I can't imagine. That if you actually got off your duff that you could actually pulled together. Celebrations and a parade. How hard would that be? There's a lot of people that would sign up and would be ready to go. Fourth of July is two weeks away. You've got plenty of time. And so they made the decision back in March, they could easily undo it. I wonder how long ago that made the decision about the Pride Parade and the Juneteenth parade. This is the kind of phony baloney that, uh this is why I say it's we worry about voting for presidents and members of Congress. We need to start paying more attention. People who want to be mirrors. And people who want to be governors. Cause they're the ones who seem to be the ones that are most directly involved in. Some of these insane ideas. I'm fine with the Juneteenth parade. I'm fine with their gay pride parade. What's their problem about the fourth of July? They can put it together if they wanted to. 855295 66 100.

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"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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02:18 min | 11 months ago

"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"They don't want to put people in jail. I think they're politicians. I think they're politicians trying to keep their jobs and do whatever they think the popular well movement is going with the flow. They don't have their own. They don't have any backbone or will to stand up and fight for what they think is right or what the people who elected them thought hoped they thought was right. Well, we don't know. That's why I'm curious about the election here about the all the people that want to defund the police. Are they going to get elected? And if so, it's just another one of those. I'm hoping that the people of New York City will vote for some of these people. That is a couple of them that are that are pro police. I think it will make a huge difference. The police department is all police departments around the country are starving for somebody to support them. So it sounds like they've given up. Wow. I mean, if the prosecutor they have A very close friend of ours is Is San Francisco PD. And his opinion at this point is that if I arrest this guy, he's going to be out on the street again before I get off work, and they won't problem. That happened. That happened when I was a cop. That was 100. Years ago. We would arrest somebody would put him in and somebody would bail him out before we could get back in the patrol, car and leap. I mean, that's that's been a gripe that cops have had for a long, long time, but they are not prosecuting them. Wow, and they're loving him out without a bail. So there's no reason for them to ever show up again. See, this is the thing the whole stop the whole The whole thing is broken down in many places, multiple fractures. Well. I don't know what to say. Peter. First guy gets gun stuck in his face. Nothing happens. Cop says, Yeah, you're on your own. Second story people get their car stolen. The cop says, Yeah, you're on your own. They find the guy and the prosecutor says, Yeah, you're on your own. And you wonder why gun sales are going up. Peter, I appreciate the call. Very, very much. Phone number is 855295 66 100. Oh, good.

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"855295 66" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

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02:05 min | 11 months ago

"855295 66" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"She was She was no way with with Trump. And now with Biden in there, we need help from the feds help and she's got the wrong she doesn't even understand She doesn't understand the problem. So yesterday, Bill, we were talking about Texas and how your governor has signed the law starting September. 1st where you can carry a gun without Any permit. So let's watch and see what happens in Texas. Yeah. Fantastic. I would think. Well, hey, I got somebody cook. Somebody called somebody called, Uh, Go ahead. Go ahead. Sorry. So somebody called yesterday and said. I'll bet you if I'm walking down the street with a gun on my hip, that somebody who wants to mug me is probably going to choose somebody else. I think he made a very good point. Yeah. You're not gonna you're not going to. You're not going to mug somebody with parent a gun. You're not So we'll see. Anyway, I appreciate the call. Very much upon numbers. 855295 66 under this is, uh Sergeant Brandon Sheppard. He is with Peoria, Arizona police. This is one of the cities where there was a shooting. And they had a little summary basically going. We had no idea what this guy was all about. We don't know the nexus. We don't know what the motive was. We don't have an idea of what? Um, this person was thinking when he went and did this, Obviously we want to figure that out. Because there's a lot of scared people a lot of people who this affected Yep. And so the mayor of San Diego, the Sam Liccardo that once the film and All of that sort of it and and liability insurance coverage was an idiot. This. He's kind of detailing his latest regulations. Let's see what he has to say These measures are primarily focused on ensuring that those were criminal records. Those who are the subject of restraining orders with domestic violence, etcetera are not able to get guns..

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"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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02:40 min | 1 year ago

"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Socialist vision of America a big government vision of America is what the American people want. I don't think that's the case. That's what that's what it is. That's what he's selling. There's a lot of people little by socialism. I mean, I don't have to do much and you give me stuff. But, yeah, Joe Biden's mentioned jobs 26 times last night, And yet the first thing he did when he got to be president was destroyed 10 tens of thousands of jobs for the Keystone Pipeline. And it's gone downhill since 855295 66 100 Colin in Carson City. Hello, Colin. Oh, Tom. Yes. This is the guy that came from South Africa. Oh, yeah, I remember you. Good. Welcome back. I Thank you. Um, you're talking about politicians. I'm always reminded of H L Menkin from 100 years ago when he said if a politician found the had cannibals among his constituents, he would promise them missionaries for dinner. Yeah. Yeah. I've answered great. It's a great quote. I mean, he's a satirist, but he's funny. I mean, that's It applies. It applies today as it did back whenever he said that I don't know. I I people people buy into promises. All you got to do is whisper in their ear. I'm going to give you something. And they fall for it every time. What? I didn't tell you what that's called. And In the sixties, my first job as a chemical engineer was in East Europe under communism. In fact, I was there on August 20th 1968. When they invaded Czechoslovakia and took out Alexander Duke check. I don't know whether you remember that but I do remember that yes. It was. There was no food deliveries for, like three weeks. I mean, though, it was a struggle getting food anyway, because it wasn't to supply and demand economy like the U. S. It was the closest system and you come off your 12 hour shift and go to the store and it was empty shells way. Really Don't want this. Yeah, in this country. No. And nobody here has ever experienced anything like that. Very few people like you have. But most people have not. So they don't understand how scary that old socialism is..

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"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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07:17 min | 1 year ago

"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sullivan Radio. Says Amen to your caller Betty from Oklahoma City. Also, we could come together as Americans if we agree Unity, not conformity. EMS used the word unity. But what they really mean is conformity. We shall never conform. No, it's healthy to have Different views. Different ideas. You don't have to conform your You know what your values are? People have different values doesn't mean you're better than somebody else just made your values are different than theirs. Who knows how people come up with their values over time. 855295 66 100. There's George in Florida. George, how you been? I was thinking about you this weekend. Good time when you mentioned about by. How did a raised by American? Yeah. I get it. Okay. Okay. When you look at the front, it's just by American. Which means if you want the war mark and you bought a belt that was made in China. You're buying American. No, she hey, doesn't watch the prop. The thing is, Don't go toe wish don't go to Alabama, but by an American, which means by here that way, it's taxed. That's exactly what that meant. Shoes. I saw it. I went. How clever is this guy like? Okay, You go to Walmart. You've got a Costco you by Prepare shoes from China. You're buying American You're buying in America. Well through the whole thing. Woz. I guess you could make the argument that the person at Wal Mart that was hired His stock. Those shoes on the shelf and the person who rang you up at the Wal Mart Cash register are Americans, but that's not by American by Americans by something that was made. Made here. NAND sold here. Addition, look at the way the sponsor position. I know because I'm a sign maker. It's when we do see made a Donald Trump was make America great. It was all the same Fuck. Make America great Great by America. But with Joe Biden meant Woz. You know, whatever problem with it. If somebody would just send good share and your tax and it goes to your state. It goes to the federal government and that helps your economy. I'm all for it. If you're gonna tax a belt from China, it's a stay in federal and corporate taxes on it. I'm cool with that, because first of all We can't do that. And I'll give you another example. Heo shape. She was in hunts point with the Teamsters because of a raise, right, Right. Okay. Do you think Do you think I Oh, she's going to go and defend. That that that the fracking union do unions that air that Joe Biden is going to end? With the fracking. Get Pennsylvania. Do you think she's gonna garter? So you know, Joe, we have to defend our union? She's not because she's a hypocrite. A liar. And I'm not from California to Colson. Special ability. She everybody out there. You know what? You can't have it both ways. You weren't defender union. No, no, no, no, no. That talk you want a real example is going on today. They're handing out pink slips for people that work on the Keystone Pipeline. They're handing out pink slips. Yes, did you But why's AOC Defendant? Union workers said that at the Hunts Point Teamsters, but she won't go to defend them, Tom I know it's a great Yes, okay. This great? No, it it I mean, you you it is what you call it. You've got it. You got it right in your sights, but that that's what's going on. Well again. I look at this thing about why did Joe Biden put out an executive order to say you can't fly into this country from South America, United Kingdom or Brazil? But you can walk across from Mexico. Touching. Okay, Dad? I don't know. But I must tell you right now, If I was in the Mexican border, I was getting down. Pamphlets Go to Philadelphia. Go to New York. Go Chicago, Their sanctuary cities and flood dirt cities and rape. Rob steal, whatever First of the city's air are disasters, anyway, I hate to say Tom I know you're from New York. But you know what you get with your vote for you Get what? What? You I know you. I know Corporal California. She should. She should submit a ride dress because she loves your body so much that people should be coming to her house, a sanctuary for those for relatives for fish. Just make her address and say I have an extra bedroom for you illegals because you could stay here for life, but they won't do it. You don't the words you ever hear these millennials and especially his creatures from California it's called names. Not in my neighborhood. They once David, you're all for a clinics. Your four friends. We were poor. We were promised, but not my neighbor where we wait. People should die and help first. Oh, yeah. You get call you. You always call it like it is I would read. You know why I was thinking about you over the weekend, though, George Tampa Buccaneers in the Super Bowl in Tampa Sandal. I know you can't I know. I know you don't win another time. I saw your name on the call screen and I started laughing going, all right? Nothing like right after Tampa did their thing. Yeah, I know you're pulling your hair out. Shiloh ran into. Scott wants to run across drill. Want to get back? Mark. That's so I said, No. This can't be admitted. Not only city will not only not only did the Tampa Bay bucks win, but they're hosting the Super Bowls in your backyard. No, No, You can't. You can't escape. You can't escape so that that's it. That's the way this way. Come on, back up here for the spring. And maybe that maybe maybe the Yankees gonna entertain you this spring. You come back up to the O vision. I'll be delighted I'd be like, Yes, I know. Please. Yeah. Yeah. You could move to Florida, but you can't take the New Yorker out of the boy. You're, however, that saying goes so Yeah, George Always always good to talk. Yeah, I appreciate the call very much. Oh, my Get Tyler in here from Reno, Nevada, Tyler. How you doing?.

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"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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09:16 min | 1 year ago

"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Indictment if you will call it that the impeachment Um Rand, Paul said today, he says the Constitution says two things about impeachment. It's a tool to remove the officeholder, and it must be presided over by the chief justice of the Supreme Court. Neither one of those things will happen. Trump is gone. John Roberts. No properly noticing the absence of an office holder, is declining to preside. Always that this settles it for me. Justice Roberts is not presiding over this, then it's not impeachment. This charade will be nothing more than bitter partisanship and political theater. I am more than willing to work with Democrats to find common ground or protecting civil liberties, or indeed, some of the many foreign military interventions, but no unity or common ground will be found. While Democrats continue to fight the last election, this so called impeachment is a farce. It should be dismissed before it is even allowed to begin that From Rand Paul today. 855295 66 100, Jim and Wichita, Kansas. Hello, Jim. Hi. Come on high on the impeachment matter. I think Justice Roberts is wrong to decline. I think he should be compelled. Evil isn't legally off physically to preside over that trial. That impeachment trial is not about a vote of confidence. It's about setting a precedent for history. Impeachments up to this point has been a zoo Rand. Paul says. They've been a farce. None of them have resulted in the conviction, right? They don't have any teeth this because if the Senate would just convict the man even if it was the ceremonial vote. If they would just convict him. This time, it would be a president to show future presidents that the impeachment process does in fact of beef and may preempt them from Doing all the hanky panky and shenanigans that Trump did. Well, it administered. There is president and it was the secretary of war. Under Ulises s Grant. And I forget what shenanigans he was up to, but at any way they Decided they were going to impeach him. And so hours before he ran over to the White House, and he handed in his resignation and he said, I'm out. And so the question was. Are they going to go ahead and have an impeachment trial for somebody that is no longer holding the office secretary of War? And they decided To do it. So the president was said they had the impeachment trial. It turned out where he was not convicted. It was close. But they had the trials. So there in lies, the press presidents and the question which I would have to look up. Woz, who presided over that trial. But I think that's going to be the important part. I don't know. I don't know required for the further for someone who isn't the president. But if the chief justice is required to preside over and impeachment of the president, whether it's the sitting president of the next president, the Constitution just as president, president, it doesn't specify stating president or ex president He should be compelled to reside. That is his duty. And you wanted you wanted to be a Notice to future presidents about the fact that you cannot escape by resigning or quitting. Or serving your among other things. Oh, yeah, Among other things, yes, In addition to doing the crazy kind of hanky panky that Trump did with Ukraine thing and everything else, Lily insurrection thing, and all of that. So convicted my morning more than just the trial. I'm wanting conviction. I'm asking the Senate. I don't see your conscience I because the set the president I hate to say it. I don't think they can get 17. Senate Republican senators to say yes. I think they can get maximum that I've been able to figure out is close to 10. That's not enough, you know, so they'll go through the whole drill. And then they will say acquitted. So do you want Donald Trump acquitted or he wanted just lay there like like a dead dog and beyond his record. Well being on his record, be better than nothing. But I think I think a conviction is important here. As I said, for the press that it would be the first time president whether you sitting president or ex president was convicted. That's important now. Well, previous impeachment, All right, So let me ask you something. I know you want you hang out on the left side of the aisle, so I'll choose a good Republican president. Why don't they? What if they get a wild hair and say you know what I'll tell you that George W. Bush. I don't think he should have done that. Iraq war. I mean, after all, I mean Saddam Hussein. What? Where they didn't have any weapons of mass destruction. Why don't we impeach George W. Bush, But he's not in office. It doesn't matter. We're going to impeach him anyway. Oh, I don't know. There's I think there should be some kind of reasonable timeframe I faint fall. Maybe a statutes of limitations on when and preach impeachment can be a can be presented to the Senate. Uh, but Hey, Tom Tom Pistol Green is just barely out of office. I think it is case impeachment is is appropriate. What what is presumed to have done, according to the article stated. All right. We got you down on the go for it. We'll see if we can get justice Roberts to show up for you, Jim. I appreciate the call very much. Uh, let's go. Let's go to pat. In the Great Commonwealth of Virginia. Hello, Pat. Welcome. How are you? E. Don't doing well time. How about you? I'm great. I was a little bit concerned. Yeah. Listen to your show just from the inception today. I was a little ward until Jim showed up a minute ago. I said, thank goodness there is absolutely some common sense still afloat out there something where So, Yeah. So you want You want the trial? What? What if what if, what if Justice Roberts doesn't show up? Are you good? Robert is the hottest show up. It's his cousin Tuchel obligation. I know. Can you put pressure promises given, you know he's like hell, comply. Don't worry about that. I didn't wait at the end of us. Keep talking about whether that rather's will show up At the end of the day. Jordan Roberts will be there. You've been there once. He'll be there twice. But here's the deal. Don't Here's what I think it is a big question to that. It's like, you know, he's already been impeached twice. In a matter of fact, I think four years ago I probably tell you on your show time that this guy was it was, you know, he's a train. You know, in the run away. It's right. Yeah, I think I think you did. Yeah. Philosophically. No, no, really. I mean, you could constitutionally what do you do with a guy who's been compete by their house? For inciting insurrections. No, no, wait another folk to commit acts of sedition against the United States. Efforts overpower it was relative federal government of the United States. No and creating and him and you're not well, you embarrassed, all right, but I'll tell you, I'll tell you what if I if I was in Donald Trump's shoes, I would say Bring on the trial. Because I doubt that you will find 17 Republicans, and then he will be acquitted, and then he will be able to boast. No, no, no, I don't know what I said. I'm way beyond that. Okay. I don't buy that at all. You know, he's already been impeached twice, right? The fact you know, and matter of fact Friday, and nobody has ever been convicted by the by the Senate, right? Nobody. I'll guarantee and Nixon and going to his grave. Saying, I'm boasted about having with him feast but I wasn't convicted. Oh, Come on Somebody, uh, wait, I got it. I got it. I got to hit a break. I gotta hear about hit a break. But all right, so you want You want the trial regardless. But I gotta hit a break. Pat. Always good to talk to you. We'll be right back. Unlike most Ta coasts, he actually takes your calls..

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"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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06:34 min | 1 year ago

"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Very closely. On dry toe fix his whole thing. There are questions there's no question about 855295 66 100 Shannon in Orlando. Hello, Shannon. Hi. Com How? Well I'm doing great. Good to hear from you Happy New Year. Happy New Year to you. You know, I have so much to unfold. I know I only have a good amount of time. But the first thing this guy's comment on Stacey Abrams pan people, I understand why Yeah. Like people got out and voted. Why does it have to be sometimes corrupt things? You know, The reality of it is that people got out and voted because they were tired of the drama of the last three years. Tired. Well, I had people die. I will go further back than that. And you And correct me, but Um I think black people in the South are tired of the suppression in the past and will do anything and everything to overcome that. On Stacey Abrams. That's what that's her goal and she's trying to right wrongs and she's really smart, and she's really good. And she's been working on this for 10 years. So this isn't this isn't Donald Trump thing? Although I'm sure she Did not like Trump. But this is a long time going back to basically racial injustice. I think exactly yes, definitely. And the reality of it is is even You know, as black Americans even what happened yesterday in the capital? It's just this whole thing of overturning the election. It was fraud. It was fraud. I think, because really, the media push so much how the black people got out and voted. It's like, okay, let's let's take their boats out there. Vote should count. You know people want to be politically correct as they can, But the reality of it is is that's why they feel like this was unjust. In this, he'd be overturned and it wasn't fair. And that's crazy to me. You know, I did not vote for Trump either time, but the reality of it is once he became president. I said, You know what? He's the president. I'm going to respect him as the president, and I'm going to give him an opportunity. Be a great president. You know what he did it? Falls short on him, not on the trusted in him, but people are tired. It's it's sickening, and we need to get out of this place where people think Yeah, this stuff. Then there's criminals and every race that's the reality of it. But all black people are not criminals and thugs and looking to do something. You know her. Are you sure? Are you sure have a shit If I know in my black skin, I'm not looking to do anything but go to work every day. Pay my taxes. Make sure my kids have great education and are fed and taking care of, you know, I've been American and I live and love America. I wouldn't live anywhere else in the world, you know, And I just want people to understand that it's um Listen, I I c I can't walk in your shoes, so I don't see things through the prism of of a black man. But I I know enough about the strategies. For example, one of the reasons Georgia has Unique. Set of election rules about the run offs about how you have to get at least 50%. Then if you don't there's a runoff is because and this is from Political scientist that I have great respect for white people that are our political scientists that I said Look it. It's simple. When you have a runoff, almost always. You get Um, a much smaller turnout and The the turnout is usually Republicans are much better about turning out for elections anyway. Although they're outnumbered by Democrats. The reason why Republicans can win is because Republicans are they take the voting thing on bake sure and go vote. So when it comes to, um, run off, I don't want to go vote again. Nobody does. But the high propensity voters will go vote on a run off and the low propensity voters. Which are Include a decent percentage of minorities in that are not going to go vote, which means That the odds are in favor of the high propensity white voters voting for the person they want, and that goes to The structure of the Georgia runoff election system. It didn't work this time because Stacey Abrams, who has been working like I say, for a decade. So the question now will be Has She got something going this permanent or is it a one off and that will be interesting to see That's that's why George has been a red state. Yeah. You think it's one off? No, I don't think she's gonna let up. I think she's going to continue. I think at this point, she sees her assurance She sees what she can do, and I think she's going to keep doing it. You know she's going to be a force to be reckoned with. For a while. I think so, too. No, I do, too. He's going anywhere any time so Yeah, she was all upset. And would not concede when she lost the governor's race couple of years ago, But I think she's kind of In her prime right now doing exactly what she has wanted to do for a long time on behalf of black Americans that's been her cause. And I agree with you, Shannon. She's She's a force to be reckoned with. I don't think she's going away either. So Anyway. Good to talk to you. I appreciate the call. I know there's Lot of racial games that used to be played, and I think they're getting played less and less and less. But.

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Compromises your ability. To fulfill your dreams. You got thoughts on 855295 66 100. Think about it. Have you ever engaged in conduct that that you're happy? Wasn't posted some place for the world to see. Would it have limited your ability to get through your life? 855295 66 100. Let's squeeze if we can squeeze a call him before we have to go to break. Let's check in with John. He's calling on the e d d fiasco in California. John Good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. Thanks for holding on, sir. Well, thank you for taking my call. Sheriff. You back, Um It appears that it's not just the technology issue with e D. D. It seems sad that it they rely on the Department of Justice Database, and the DOJ cannot provide information about just just for clarification. Talk about the California Department of Justice or the U. S. Department of Justice, California Right. They can't share that data with any non law enforcement agency. Well, of course in ensure that with DDT in most State Department's you do have people who do have sworn peace officer status so that information could be shared with them. And certainly setting up a firewall to protect that, I think is something that could be undertaken. Appreciate the call John. Unfortunate gonna get cut off here by the computer. But your raise a valid point in terms of having information that can be properly shared in there Should be a mechanism developed for that more conversation coming up right after this. Don't go away. Unlike most.

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07:04 min | 1 year ago

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"Do I like it? Welcome to the program. Happy Tuesday to U. C. D. C. Dr Redfield was on Fox earlier. And said that they are considering shortening there. Coronavirus quarantine timeline from 14 days to between seven and 10. And they hope that that will inspire more people to comply with the guidelines. Maybe. I mean, Some of the stuff that the governors and mayors are there. I'm sorry. I just I don't think they're doing it based upon science. If a doctor came forward and said, we really need this. We this is what we need you to do. But these are politicians and they're throwing around their own rules, depending upon where they live. 855295 66 100 Jeff in Illinois. Hello, Jeff. Hi. So, Yeah. I just had a comment about the gentleman earlier. They were saying basically just shut up and follow the rules. I just think we're going down a slippery slope Parents, you know, it started with the non smoking thing. Well, that's a great idea. We should follow that in the mass thing. We should call that. But what is it gonna be? Next? Is it gonna be Well, climate change. Can't drive your car. Well, maybe we should do that. I just That That was my point. Here's the Here's well, You have a good point. Let me um I don't know your age, but it was probably 15 years ago that they were pushing us to buy. Now they were trying to shame you if you bought a pickup truck or an SUV. And they wanted you to buy one of those little green cars. I remember doing shows on it at the time and people one after another call, you know, some mom would call and say, Hey, I've got My kids. I don't have room in a little green car. Some guy go. I got a boat with a trailer and I like to haul it up to the lake. I can't haul. I can't drive anyway. It was it was. People just said no. So they can tell you to do something, but we have The freedom to do what we want to do now. Are there laws you can't go 100 down the road words a speed limit of 65. They'll give you a ticket and a fine But, um So there are there are rules and laws that we can get along with each other. But I I fully believe that you Are smart enough to figure out What kind of risk you want to take. If you don't want to wear masks, and you wanna go into bars and drink and a crowded bar? And you get sick with covert. Okay, That's that's okay. It's you. Who am I to tell you what to do. Let me put it that way. I'm wearing my master. That's not the point is just the point is It's just it's gonna keep going and going if people don't End up, say something it so I think they do. I think they do. I think people push back. I do. I think they'll push back. In fact, right now there's a lot of pushback on these Thanksgiving rules. What are you doing for Thanksgiving? How many people are you gonna be with? I'm having I'm having a very small gathering. Well, that's good. Good. You know the abundance of caution. I have people that live out of town. But they decided to stay home and I think that's fine. See that. But the point is you just You just need to be aware that all of this was going on, and it's gonna get worse at some point with well. To be well, I'll take your be aware comment, and I think to be aware part Jeff. Be aware of what the risk are. If they could tell you, Jeff, Here's the risk. You can figure out what to do. Exactly. You're doing it. The man the story thing. The mandatory thing is what bothers me. Yeah, me too. They should give you the information say this is what I think you should do, and then people should decide for themselves. I I agree. And it sounds like you and your family have measured Okay. Maybe this Thanksgiving. We do a smaller Thanksgiving. That's your choice. You didn't. You didn't call the governor's office and say, What should I do? I don't know what to do. I'm too dumb. Please inform me Tell me. Right, Right. Exactly. So that's you. You are The quintessential American, sir. That's appreciated, so I just wanted to I just wanted to get my point across, You know, Great job. Thank you. Thank you. It's It's a good It's a good call Jeff. Thank you very much. I appreciate the call. Here is Bill McGurn. On The Wall Street Journal wrote a piece today in the journal. About the hypocrisy of the unworkable rules. Yeah, I take it in two ways first. Look, I enjoy a good gotcha moment as much as anyone and watching these politicians, you know whether it's Nancy Pelosi caught getting ah, midnight hairdo or Governor Cuomo. You know, intimating he's gonna Violate his own rules. You know those air those air enjoyable but the real issue. What it really should tell us is not the moral hypocrisy of the people doing it. I mean, that's fine, and what it really should tell us is that the rules are unworkable. There's so unworkable. Even these people can't obey it. And that leads to my second point. I think we've relied too heavily. On government edicts. One size fits all that kind of thing. Where is I think the better way to do it is to put out guidelines is a legitimate concern about transmission in the home. Of covert and just tell you what the risks are in order. You know, if you're having Thanksgiving dinner with three uncles over 80 who have diabetes and heart conditions, that's different than if you're getting together. You're young parent or forties or so and you're getting together with the next door neighbor that has a couple of small kids and I think would do much better. Give people guidelines and assess the risks rather than these one size fits all. I mean, I'll give you another example. Father Jenkins, president. Notre Dame was roasted when he was caught at the White House at a ceremony for Amy Cockney Barrett without a mask, and everyone was calling him a hypocrite back home. Okay, But the larger story is that he kept his university open this fall on. That's a tremendous achievement, and he did it. He had setbacks and so forth. But they adapted and I think that's what the emphasis should be. Yeah. That you were all living and learning through this whole pandemic as it goes along. One more this is he mentioned Cuomo Governor Cuomo. Has come out, you know with, you know, don't go anywhere for Thanksgiving. Stay home. Don't have people over, do all this sort of stuff. So then he You go..

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05:05 min | 1 year ago

"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Are on on the on the case. 855295 66 100. Dave in California. Hi, Dave. Welcome here on the Tom Sullivan Show. Hi. Hi, Tom. Hiding Mr Caffey cake 13 30 was talking about and this has to do with an executive order that President Trump did. September. 12th 2018 right ties in elections and foreign interference, right? I haven't heard anybody talking about this, and this is where I think Sydney Powell's trying to go Oh, I see how we're you're going, Um Yeah, There is an executive order. You're right. Um from 2018. And it was about Which is interesting in many different ways. It's about imposing sanctions on foreign interference on countries that do foreign interference. So it's all about You know, it kind of goes back to People complaining about Donald Trump and Russia, Russia, Russia and he's in bed with him that he's an agent of Vladimir Putin, and that's why he's not admitting that the Russians were involved or anything. I, which I think that's what what led to this was he did say no. We are going to impose all kinds of sanctions on anybody that messes with our elections. So then you go to the guide that was just fired. Krebs what was his first time out? It doesn't matter, Craig Krebs anyway. You know, said Hey, everything was went perfectly well. Well, I don't believe that either because Russians have been trying, I presume the Chinese, the Iranians and all kinds of Third world actors out there that have been trying to mess with our elections, but I still never bought That Russia made People change their boat from Hillary to trump in 2016, because they took out or posted some crazy stuff on Facebook. I just don't buy that. So Muller said. Look it, I we could not prove any of penny. Uh, coordination between the Trump campaign Russia So you go. All right? They may have tried, but it wasn't it wasn't trump or his people that were that were messing around. Other than maybe man offered, who gave them inside polling information. So why did he do this in 2018? Was he responding to the fact that Yeah, Russia and you messed with us. We're going to impose sanctions. The problem with the Sidney Powell part of it, though. Stephanie Powell. Yes, she's going to all these. Venezuela, Spain, Germany things. Which sounds out there. Um But she hasn't been able to produce. Evidence. That what she said is true. I think she's holding it back. Tom. Bob, I gotta tell you, it's not time. It's time not to hold it back. If you've got it, you better you better show it. The judge's ruling on the reason Titan Yeah, This is one of the reasons I wanted to call you. I find it interesting is this document came out. Just 2 2.5 months after the teeth out 1008 in mid terms. And I think that's what developed this and you're going to it White house dot gov and just go and put in the date September 12th 2018 neo Anybody can look at it as I read it. I think part of it had to do with mainstream media and basically what happened with Facebook and Twitter and Google that tie in. And if you have that document from me, and you could look into the very strict things where they could go in and assume all accidents of the company that interferes with an election if there's a tie in with Florence Yeah, Yeah, yeah. Hence, was chairing the commission. It's very strange, but I Have to tell you. David. You and I may just disagree with this, but I'm going. Sidney Powell has to put up or shut up and they decided shut up. They? They gave her the boot. Because Rudy says. I've got some legitimate grievances here, and it's all being washed away by this talk that she's talking about. She can't prove So I hope you I hope you're wrong, Tom. And like you say that you're going to be agreed to disagree. And that's why I love you, man. Well, I thank you very much. I listen. I.

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06:14 min | 1 year ago

"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From people that are not happy with California manage government managing all this. Arlene says Mother Nature will take care of the forest in her own way or bureaucrats can try to work with her. And get it done officially, But we can't just keep moving up into the forest and not be smart. That's the other problem of population keeps growing and people do they move out into the forest. What happened to the Swede from word. Go where to go? God that was yelling about your governor out there. Wants to fight climate change, which is yes, Here it is. John Carlton, California governor stated, We will stop the climate change that's causing the fire's not exactly what's called Forest management. Yeah, I okay. I'm I have to admit, I don't I am clueless. I don't understand how you're going to Fight climate change. And have results by next year. But if you come to some sort of solution about forest management, people, Khun get on it. On DH make a dent before next year, so maybe it wouldn't be so bad next year. 855295 66 100 Richard in Florida. Hello, Richard. Thanks for taking my call. It's my comment is a gun in Thomas Soul is a generalization cannot economist Thomas soul who liked to say that a lot of people that never paid consequences for being wrong. Tenured academic talk about climate change. They never pay and tenured politicians never pay either. And so you've had Jerry Brown and now Gavin Newsom have been in charge out there. Now for what? Six or seven years on DH. They say no, bro, because they're tenured positions. They keep blaming things on other people. Climate change me driving my Ford F 1 50. It's amazing. Yet? No. Jerry Brown was eight years and now Newsome's been in for a year or two or three. I don't keep track of them. So, yeah, it's been a decade a decade. But your love Thomas Soul I loved the man. Um He's got a book. It's about five inches thick on basic economics, but it's worth just reading a couple of pages a day. He's so brilliant, but that's right. They don't have any consequences. Why can't they work on stopping is it's costing the money to fight it with the fire groups and is costing lives. It's because that was nothing just admitting they're wrong. And politicians never met. Even President Trump will never admit that because if you met, you're wrong, Then you get into the media. The media says. Look, he said, he's wrong. The politician is wrong. You get voted out of office or you think you're going to get voted out of office. But I say once in a while, the politicians said. You know what? I made a mistake. I'm wrong. We need to change course that would be refreshing for me. But you never ever hear of politicians that I'm right there with you. I write. They do everything they can to avoid making the reality rials. Honest statements. But if they just made a couple of honest statements, their admiration from me would go way up. No question about it so Yeah, I went in with 100%. I like your reference to Thomas Soul. Richard. Thank you very, very much. I appreciate the call some of the you can follow me on Twitter. The address is at Sullivan Radio. Um Vivi Max says the forests are managing themselves. True. They? I mean, you think about I think about what happened in California. 1000 years ago. Well. They had similar Days of rain and similar days of sunshine did not have as many people But I'm sure they had big old forest fires if you go back and look at some of the histories of some of the biggest forest fires in our country, Montana Wyoming. Some of those things Huge forest fires. They had no way to be ableto fight them, so the forest burned And then years later, they would be rejuvenated. I was looking at a story the other day. From when I was a kid growing up in Seattle. My parents like to go camping and we would go Amount. ST. Helen's And Spirit Lake. I swam in Spirit Lake is a child many, many times. Well, what was it 25 years ago, the top blew off of Mount ST Helens and Slaughtered a bunch of the area and blew down trees for miles, like like they were matchsticks. There was nothing it was this it was looked like the surface of the moon. From all the ash from the from the volcano. And the hot gases burned everything to a crisp And yet today There are little trees growing and there's grass and weeds and little squirrels in Raccoons and birds and so nature will replenish it, but we don't want To kill people. And if you do, build your house in the forest well, Then you do have to be prepared. But even that isn't true anymore. Two years ago, Santa Rosa Is a decent size, medium sized city. And the fires came right down into suburbia of Santa Rosa, California and burned down homes and called sacks in the city. They weren't up in the forest. So this is This has got getting out of control. Whose is Kyoto? By the way, How's that distance learning thing going over in New York? This is a common core mass problem for a first grader in public school for distance learning to figure out on their own. You think the author was drunk?.

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03:28 min | 1 year ago

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"And in the meantime, the police are trying to figure out how to control all of this. Phone number. Here's 855295 66 100. Chris in Virginia. Chris Hi. Welcome here on the Tom Sullivan Show. Good evening, Tom. How are you? Good. Good, sir. Going. I've got a quick going good, you little Eli. Quick question for you that I think you'll be able to answer based on your past law enforcement. I have not yet seen the video of the shooting in Kenosha. But I did think a couple of months ago see the shooting outside of that Windies in Atlanta? Be there in a brutal Cole as faras number of shots fired at one time from a from a single officer things you know what a lot of these shootings, whether it's well, it seems like all we see these days or white cops with Black individuals. It seems like the number of shots fired. This 67 is. Is it protocol and training that you filed that many shots or no, No, no. Well, I've told this story before, but let me let me for those Never heard what I was in training. At the academy. Part of the training one of the first Early on in the training is just like a six month academy. You live there, It's intense, like a boot camp. And so one of the days they had this house and in that house, there are booby traps. And there are things that look like people that jump out at you and start shooting at you and things like that is really Pretty pretty creative, and what they're trying to teach you is how to respond when something surprises you. So we're we're going through this house and I'm supposed to. I know there's an armed person in there under the train scenario. Guy jumps out and pulls a gun and I've unloaded my pistol in it a second or two. It's not a protocol. I was so startled. My adrenaline kicked in, and I fired that. Pistol like it was an automatic, which it wasn't. So that's what happens, I think is that they are They're adrenaline is running. They're afraid to And then I bet you if you ask that guy how many shots he fired, He probably would not probably not now, so it's not a brook. The training was to try to keep you from Shooting 678 10 times. But I got to hit the brakes, but I hope that answer helps a little bit, Chris. Tom, you're a straight up guy. I love the show. He's the smartest guy in the room news 93.1 kfbk balance of nature. Changing the world. One life at a time. I feel wonderful. I am so full of energy. I work out every day. I could Stay up in the evening. Whereas there was a time I couldn't do that. I'm just I don't know. I got a restored life and very happy with down's the nature. I can't remember the last time myself as good as I do now. I mean that That's the only thing I've changed, so it's gotta have something to do with it. You know, I've always felt very tired and I just don't have any energy. And that's all changed right now..

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02:35 min | 1 year ago

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05:03 min | 1 year ago

"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Phone number's 855295 66 100. Let's start. On this glorious Monday with Jim in Wichita, Kansas. Hello, Jim. Tom. Uh, complied. He said during his campaign, he Security. He wouldn't touch Medicaid. What did he just do? He signed an executive order going right for the jugular vein. I'm rip roaring man over there. I don't know if it's going to be a kind of checked the oral or whatever it is that payroll tax board, so fight attacks right? But here's the deal. You. There will be a large number of people that will get a pay increase and the people that are going to get the raw deal lot of Social Security running out of money sooner. That won't happen until Many years down the road, not log right now they're projecting others a commission that studied all of this that there will be depleted by 2035. Well, that's 15 years. So if you're a politician, what do you care about 15 years from now? You just hope nobody notices. I noticed I'm a retiree. I know. Believe me, I noticed. 2035. I mean, seriously, people have to go. Well, how old am I? And how old am I going to be in 2035? And if you're going to be on salsa security, then guess what? You're not gonna have the Social security funds. I suspect they will start reducing the benefits before they get to 2035. I seem to make it last longer. Yeah, I know I hear you. But I know that's not something pleasant to look forward to. And I have his is hitting the payroll tax. Write the dot to thank for it. And I'll tell you something else. I think we're at AA. A Marie Antoinette letting me take a moment in the Senate. With all this falling over the stimulus bill. Oh, I got some good stuff from Mnuchin on that I'd really dio and yeah, I I'm sorry. I mean, look, this is this These these air C minus students on display. You and I could argue about something, Jim, but within within 1/2 an hour, we could figure out at least some compromise. It's not that hard. Sure, we could know it's not look what today a lawyer last Variety said, sleep in the street to Democrat and demonstrate against this government until it falls. Well today, the Lebanese government resigned. I love to see the American government. Don't pass by that. This is a great example of what happens in other parts of the world. The dignity of the entire leadership of the of the Lebanese government resigned over the explosion that killed hundreds of people. And they they said more than we're sorry. We're goingto we're out. We'll turn. This will leave our cushy positions. They they used to do that in Japan to Japan Airlines. At a crash one time the president of Japan Airlines resigned over it immediately. Approach wasn't his fault. I think Trump I've been thinking that Trump on resign over this pandemic thing. He's in a terrible job with it. And what do you know? It's the payroll tax and threaten Social Security. Wonderful. I think all these Republicans are to resign frankly. One get a chance you get a chance. You get a chance to hand him a pink slip on November 3rd. I hope we work the way we work. Yeah, I area Jim. I appreciate the call. Get Kevin in here from Port Huron, Michigan. Hello, Kevin. Hi time. Thanks for taking my call that, Jim you He's the one that's still playing checkers when Trump is playing chess. Ah, you know, he doesn't moves on this. Yeah, he doesn't. He doesn't like Trump. He's called before and he's a big, you know, guy on the left side of the aisle. That's how we view things in there again. They're running around in a panic over payroll payroll taxes. First off, it's only the people that are under 100 K. He had the right to do it to help stimulate the economy and things and right now it has to be paid back, so I don't think he can make it permanent, no matter what he says. Honey, I don't Yeah. There's a strategy here, though, to and and I forgot to mention it, But obviously and I think, Manouche mention I've got a cut of him. They're going to have to sue him to stop this. And who wants to sue to take away money from people that are hurting. So it's.

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04:18 min | 1 year ago

"855295 66" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Odd, Roy. You're all right. Try Tio. Uh, And Donald Trump with Jeffrey Epstein and look where they both in bomb. But yet there's a lot of people in Palm Beach and a lot of wealthy people in Palm Beach. Let's let's see what what the facts are. I don't want to. I don't want to be smart somebody simply because of the fact that they know a lot of people. That was Epstein's whole thing. He was a mover and shaker he got around. He met a lot of powerful people. How many of them went for his thing? I don't know. 855295 66 100 Henri in the Great state of Michigan. Hello, Enric. Go after him in town. You know again when they say call they call B s. Yeah, Yeah, I'm gs on what topic I was. I on that guy to call before well can afford computers and all that. I don't want to go anywhere. And I've been there. I worked all over the state of Michigan last Thursday They had a mile long lines for free water, and I'm telling you 70% the cars or 2000. You're right, right? Right, right. But that's the whole flint water problem thing. So you know, that's that guy that says he can't find a computer. I'll buy himself a $500 tattoo. Come on. Yes, I know. I know, but but the deal is Low income. You gotta you gotta sign up for a subscription to An Internet service providers. That's usually what your cable company somebody like that. They probably already have cable. But I don't want But here's the problem. You can't you can't just say ah, those poor people. They're all a bunch of fakes. There's a lot of really, really poor people out there. And so you've got to make it so that their kids get an education. So you open the schools. You say there it is. The teachers. They're changing Little Johnny or Susie. But they say, my Johnny or Susie has health problems. What are you going to do? I don't know what the answer is for some of these people, what's gonna happen? Hey, I haven't handicapped brother growing up. I'm going to tell you Any time he needed something. School stuff system found a way to provide it, and I don't tell you you're gonna get federal money. Like you have never seen before and inviting you on. Oh, America. Well, I right there with you on the money thing. Um Look, the schools are government property to government schools. The private schools, the parochial schools. They have to do the same thing. They gotta put up the plastic shields and by all the you know all those sorts of things and distance, everybody out. So the public schools, But the public schools were saying, we need more money. The Here's the problem. They may actually need more money this time, but they but they always yell for more money. So nobody believes them. This is the boy who cried Wolf now they're yelling. Well, no, no, We really do need more money in there going. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. You guys always yell about you need more money. So I think that's the next big headline is going to be the school's air demanding money. And not small money. So you're right. They will. They will figure out a way and who Is going to turn down the schools. I mean, if they would get rid of the layers and layers and layers of management Maybe the kids and the teachers in the classroom would be able to have enough money to do what they need to do. That's a problem. Well, I think I think you're right and that to a point We're on the same hand..

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