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December marks 3rd straight month of growth for US builders

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 hr ago

December marks 3rd straight month of growth for US builders

"Construction construction construction construction on on on on new new new new homes homes homes homes in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. rose rose rose rose for for for for the the the the third third third third consecutive consecutive consecutive consecutive month month month month in in in in December December December December and and and and data data data data released released released released Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday suggests suggests suggests suggests that that that that the the the the frantic frantic frantic frantic pace pace pace pace of of of of building building building building will will will will continue continue continue continue this this this this year year year year the the the the December December December December increase increase increase increase puts puts puts puts home home home home construction construction construction construction at at at at a a a a seasonally seasonally seasonally seasonally adjusted adjusted adjusted adjusted annual annual annual annual rate rate rate rate of of of of one one one one point point point point seven seven seven seven million million million million units units units units according according according according to to to to the the the the commerce commerce commerce commerce department department department department in in in in all all all all of of of of last last last last year year year year nearly nearly nearly nearly one one one one point point point point six six six six million million million million housing housing housing housing units units units units were were were were started started started started on on on on more more more more than than than than fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen percent percent percent percent increase increase increase increase over over over over the the the the year year year year before before before before applications applications applications applications for for for for building building building building permits permits permits permits which which which which can can can can forecast forecast forecast forecast future future future future building building building building activity activity activity activity rose rose rose rose a a a a whopping whopping whopping whopping nine nine nine nine point point point point one one one one percent percent percent percent to to to to a a a a seasonally seasonally seasonally seasonally adjusted adjusted adjusted adjusted rate rate rate rate of of of of one one one one point point point point eight eight eight eight seven seven seven seven million million million million units units units units that's that's that's that's the the the the strongest strongest strongest strongest month month month month for for for for permits permits permits permits since since since since January January January January of of of of last last last last year year year year I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon Describes What He Looks for in a Judge

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 9 hrs ago

AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon Describes What He Looks for in a Judge

"What will you be looking for in judges? It's a very important part of a U.S. senator, which is approving or rejecting judge nominees from a president. Very simple. U.S. Constitution is what this country is built on. Amen. If you don't like it, there's great places for you to go. I've offered and in fact one lady took me up on it. We're working with her right now for that one way ticket to Caracas. Oh, she is? She has to live there at least 5 years and never ask for a dime. And that is redone nor voted. I would love to send a camera crew with her. When there's no running water and foods infected and you lose 12 pounds in the first month. Oh, it's like a great weight loss strategy though. Those are opportunities. If you want to go there and be that. But in our judges, you know, we've got a constitution. It's very clear to me it was written with a lot of great insight with a lot of people who love this country. And a good lord that helped them through the writing of that is just a beautiful document. That's number one in the core principle. It's not to invent laws. That's not their job. We have a judicial legislative executive branch. And that's what they were set up for. Also, with the legislative side, you need to get back to doing your job. Don't let the executive group run wild with endless wars. Oh, I totally agree. Don't let them put the State Department in charge of an operation in Afghanistan when the military should be the last out. And that was a disgrace what happened? The faces of those 13, 13. Every day we come to work. Guys, this is why it's so important. Yes. This kind of thing must stop now.

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John Zmirak: We Are Fighting Off a Public Health Dictatorship

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:26 min | 13 hrs ago

John Zmirak: We Are Fighting Off a Public Health Dictatorship

"It. Obviously, Donald Trump and Franklin Graham people that I would generally agree with on many things, they are saying people should get the vaccine. Of course, they're not in favor of vaccine mandates. But that's kind of where we are right now. Thankfully, the Supreme Court struck down Biden's outrageous overreach, trying to get every company in America that has a hundred and more employees mandate the vaccine. I don't know what's what's the biggest news. You know, because people say, it's so great that it was struck down then I think to myself, the idea that it had to be struck down. The idea that it was floated by this administration is just astonishing to me. Yeah, we are fighting off the imposition of a public health dictatorship. And here's the sort of logic point, a little chunk of logic, I think you should hurl in people's faces. Currently the law of the land is that privacy is such a sacred American right that a woman can abort her 9 month fetus at will. But if she wants to eat at TGI Fridays, she has to show the hostess her vaccine passport. Riddle be that Batman. It's simply

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‘Harder They Fall,’ 'Insecure,' H.E.R. nab NAACP awards noms

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 15 hrs ago

‘Harder They Fall,’ 'Insecure,' H.E.R. nab NAACP awards noms

"The the nominations nominations for for the the N. N. double double ACP ACP image image award award to to route route you you could could see see people people voting voting on on the the N. N. double double ACP ACP image image awards awards nominations nominations have have fallen fallen hard hard for for the the harder harder they they fall fall the the Netflix Netflix movie movie has has twelve twelve nominations nominations for for next next month's month's ceremony ceremony the the movie movie produced produced by by Jay Jay Z. Z. features features an an all all star star cast cast including including Regina Regina king king and and Idris Idris Elba Elba also also getting getting a a bunch bunch of of nonsense nonsense is is a a raise raise insecure insecure with with thirteen thirteen including including best best comedy comedy TV TV series series with with Janet Janet king king will will compete compete for for entertainer entertainer of of the the year year along along side side little little nas nas X. X. Megan Megan the the stallion stallion Jennifer Jennifer Hudson Hudson and and Tiffany Tiffany had had ishe ishe the the show show will will be be broadcast broadcast on on February February twenty twenty six six on on BT BT I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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New York Times Runs Crap Piece, Claiming Tension Between DeSantis and Trump

Mark Levin

01:20 min | 16 hrs ago

New York Times Runs Crap Piece, Claiming Tension Between DeSantis and Trump

"My friend reads The New York Times call my attention to this front page peach about tension between Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis It's by time stalwart's Maggie haberman and Jonathan Martin who don't know crap Who probably had a lot of fun writing it They report that Trump had become unhappy with desantis because the Florida governor won't say he'd step aside if as seems likely Trump decides to run for president in 2024 How many here believe that if Trump runs in 24 Desantis would challenge him Zero According to the times Trump believes he says what justification I think that he put desantis on the map From this Trump concludes without justification I think I'm just reading what he wrote That desantis should not stand in the way of the former president's future political ambitions Trump hasn't yet blasted desantis by name but he ripped gutless politicians who dives the question of whether they've been vaccinated against COVID fearing blowback from vaccine skeptics desantis hasn't said whether he's received anti COVID shots The answer is yes Trump said an interview last month but they don't want to say it because they're gutless and so forth He says I agree with Trump Governors who have been vaccinated should say so to reassure the public the vaccine is safe governors are rejected Out of safety or other concerns should share those concerns with their

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Washington Examiner: More Adults Identify as Republicans While Biden's Approval Plummets

Mark Levin

00:54 sec | 16 hrs ago

Washington Examiner: More Adults Identify as Republicans While Biden's Approval Plummets

"On it More adults identify as Republicans giving biggest edge in 25 years Pulpit art he's a real reporter of the Washington examiner Biden's unpopularity has driven U.S. adults over to the Republican Party And the last few months is Biden's approval rating has sunk to as low as 33% The party voters identify with has shifted a remarkable 14 points in the fourth quarter from Democrats leading by 9 points to Republicans by 5 points gallop does this enormously large survey Democrats generally always lead Republicans and party identification An independent sound number both but in a December the gap had shrunk and even gallop said the shift was notable

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Democrats Come to Grips With Looming Election Reform Defeat

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 20 hrs ago

Democrats Come to Grips With Looming Election Reform Defeat

"There's a really interesting new snippet from Politico. They do a daily deal called playbook, most of it is garbage to be honest. It's kind of gossip. It is the closest thing that has been created in D.C. to kind of page 6 of politics, not to say that it's poorly sourced, but it's kind of gossipy. It's one off sources and people read it like that, but this one was super interesting. It says this that, and this actually cites a New York Times article from Katie edmondson. That's a good Swedish name. With the latest state of play and Sarah faris and Marie Marianne Levine and Nancy vu. My goodness, a lot of authors of that article. Democrats are starting to come to grips with the quote looming election reform defeat and quote grapple openly grappling. With what to tell their voters when they come up short. Frontline House Democrats eager to boost their prospects in November are urging their party leadership to break up build back better into a series of votes on popular planks. Even if that means giving up one grand Bill, even if those bills have no shot of becoming law. But Washington posts Mariana Sotomayor reports that leadership has been cool to this idea so far. While some front liners want to focus more on selling the infrastructure law and other accomplishments, steny Hoyer says, quote, the tension was surfaced in a meeting earlier this month. And the second highest ranking member of their caucus. Susan wild from Pennsylvania says I don't care. Telling Hoyer that House Democrats should spend the year sending bills to the Senate with the hope of bipartisan deals that could be reached on issues important to a broad range of voters. These Democrats are talking more like Japanese kamikaze pilots than

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 Vigil to be held for woman pushed in front of train and killed by stranger

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 21 hrs ago

Vigil to be held for woman pushed in front of train and killed by stranger

"City's city's mayor mayor says says he he doesn't doesn't feel feel safe safe riding riding the the subway subway after after saying saying there there was was a a perception perception of of fear fear following following a a woman woman being being pushed pushed to to her her death death in in front front of of a a train train last last weekend weekend police police say say it it was was an an apparent apparent unprovoked unprovoked attack attack Michelle Michelle go go pushed pushed to to her her death death by by a a homeless homeless man man in in the the Times Times Square Square subway subway station station Saturday Saturday morning morning later later mayor mayor Eric Eric Adams Adams saying saying the the subways subways were were safe safe now now we we going going to to make make sure sure New New York York is is feels feels safe safe and and also also we we system system and and they they don't don't feel feel that that way way now now I I don't don't feel feel that that way way when when I I take take the the train train the the latest latest incident incident came came a a week week after after the the mayor mayor and and governor governor announced announced plans plans to to boost boost subway subway policing policing and and outreach outreach to to homeless homeless people people Adam Adam is is doubling doubling down down on on that that promise promise we we know know we we have have a a job job to to do do in in recent recent months months there there been been several several instances instances of of people people being being stabbed stabbed assaulted assaulted or or shoved shoved onto onto the the tracks tracks at at stations stations in in the the Bronx Bronx Brooklyn Brooklyn and and at at times times square square Julie Julie Walker Walker New New York York New New

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Russia moves more troops westward amid Ukraine tensions

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Russia moves more troops westward amid Ukraine tensions

"Russian Russian foreign foreign minister minister Sergei Sergei Lavrov Lavrov says says Moscow Moscow is is not not threatening threatening anybody anybody with with anything anything as as tensions tensions remain remain following following inconclusive inconclusive international international talks talks abuse abuse needlessly needlessly when when you you Marshall Marshall pretty pretty much much get get you you that that that that everything everything so so she's she's not not from from the the US US and and NATO NATO following following recent recent separate separate meetings meetings for for showing showing one one describes describes as as an an obvious obvious double double standard standard of of Ross Ross explained explained that that negotiations negotiations cannot cannot accept accept any any demonstrable demonstrable outing outing the the actions actions of of Russia's Russia's armed armed forces forces on on our our own own land land Washington Washington and and its its allies allies firmly firmly rejected rejected Moscow's Moscow's demands demands during during last last week's week's seven seven talks talks which which were were held held as as an an estimated estimated one one hundred hundred thousand thousand Russian Russian troops troops massed massed near near you you crane crane in in what what the the west west is is might might be be a a prelude prelude to to an an invasion invasion I'm I'm Charles Charles the the last last month month

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Satellite photos show aftermath of Abu Dhabi oil site attack

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

Satellite photos show aftermath of Abu Dhabi oil site attack

"Satellite satellite photos photos obtained obtained by by the the Associated Associated Press Press appear appear to to show show the the aftermath aftermath of of a a fatal fatal attack attack on on the the only only facility facility in in the the capital capital of of the the United United Arab Arab Emirates Emirates claimed claimed by by Yemen's Yemen's Hootie Hootie rebels rebels the the image image by by planet planet labs labs PBC PBC analyzed analyzed by by the the AP AP shows shows smoke smoke rising rising over over the the Abu Abu Dhabi Dhabi national national oil oil fuel fuel depot depot in in Abu Abu Dhabi Dhabi after after the the attack attack another another image image taken taken shortly shortly after after woods woods appears appears to to show show scorch scorch marks marks and and white white ball ball repressing repressing phone phone deployed deployed on on the the grounds grounds of of the the depot depot the the attack attack pulled pulled the the long long running running Yemen Yemen war war into into Emirati Emirati terror terror tree tree on on Monday Monday that that conflict conflict raged raged on on over over the the night night with with Saudi Saudi led led airstrikes airstrikes pounding pounding Yemen's Yemen's capital capital sana sana I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month

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Biden Divides Opinion as Comments Comparing Deaths of MLK and George Floyd Resurface

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:28 sec | 1 d ago

Biden Divides Opinion as Comments Comparing Deaths of MLK and George Floyd Resurface

"Let's listen again to Joe Biden before we take your calls here it is cut two. This is a video that went viral during Martin Luther King day yesterday for some reason, but he actually said it months ago. But even doctor king's assassination did not have the worldwide impact. The George floyds. That did. Now, when you hear that, as a black American, is that does that make sense to you? Is that legitimate?

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Twin earthquakes kill 26, leave Afghans searching for loved ones

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Twin earthquakes kill 26, leave Afghans searching for loved ones

"The the United United Nations Nations has has raised raised the the death death toll toll from from twin twin earthquakes earthquakes in in western western Afghanistan Afghanistan two two twenty twenty six six saying saying around around eight eight hundred hundred houses houses have have been been flattened flattened a a statement statement from from the the office office for for the the coordination coordination of of humanitarian humanitarian affairs affairs refers refers to to hundreds hundreds of of mud mud brick brick houses houses being being destroyed destroyed in in three three villages villages with with many many more more damage damage from from the the two two quakes quakes that that struck struck a a remote remote western western province province on on Monday Monday the the U. U. N. N. adds adds preliminary preliminary reports reports indicate indicate that that food food shelter shelter and and heating heating materials materials are are most most urgently urgently needed needed the the Taliban Taliban who who of of around around the the country country in in mid mid August August according according on on international international aid aid organizations organizations to to provide provide immediate immediate help help including including tents tents and and other other basic basic necessities necessities for for the the victims victims I'm I'm Charles Charles the the last last month month the the United United Nations Nations has has raised raised the the death death toll toll from from twin twin earthquakes earthquakes in in western western Afghanistan Afghanistan two two twenty twenty six six saying saying around around eight eight hundred hundred houses houses have have been been flattened flattened a a

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Vatican No. 2 and deputy both positive for COVID

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Vatican No. 2 and deputy both positive for COVID

"The the Vatican Vatican has has announced announced the the Vatican Vatican secretary secretary of of state state and and his his deputy deputy have have both both tested tested positive positive for for the the coronavirus coronavirus officials officials say say cardinal cardinal Pietro Pietro Perotti Perotti who who serves serves as as the the Vatican's Vatican's secretary secretary of of state state and and the the pope's pope's number number two two has has very very light light symptoms symptoms while while archbishop archbishop a a good good bit bit of of power power is is a a symptomatic symptomatic there there was was no no immediate immediate comment comment on on the the lost lost contact contact with with pope pope Francis Francis it's it's not not clear clear if if Francis Francis has has so so far far received received a a booster booster shot shot which which is is being being administered administered to to his his predecessor predecessor pope pope Benedict Benedict the the sixteenth sixteenth these these are are the the first first cases cases of of covered covered nineteen nineteen confirmed confirmed so so high high up up in in the the Vatican Vatican hierarchy hierarchy since since the the pandemic pandemic began began I'm I'm Charles Charles the the last last month month

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Lukashenko: Russia, Belarus to hold military drills

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Lukashenko: Russia, Belarus to hold military drills

"Speaking speaking at at a a meeting meeting with with military military officials officials president president Alexander Alexander Lukashenko Lukashenko says says Belarus Belarus and and Russia Russia will will hold hold a a massive massive military military drills drills next next month month the the question question because because says says the the maneuvers maneuvers will will be be conducted conducted on on Belarus Belarus is is western western border border and and also also in in the the country's country's south south where where it it borders borders Ukraine Ukraine Ukrainian Ukrainian officials officials have have warned warned that that Russia Russia could could launch launch an an attack attack from from various various directions directions including including from from the the territory territory of of Belarus Belarus Russia Russia has has denied denied having having plans plans to to attack attack its its neighbor neighbor and and in in turn turn has has accused accused the the Ukrainian Ukrainian leadership leadership of of hatching hatching plans plans to to use use force force to to reclaim reclaim control control of of Russian Russian back back rebel rebel held held territories territories in in turn turn he he craning craning authorities authorities have have denied denied the the Russian Russian suggestion suggestion I'm I'm Charles Charles the the last last month month

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Israel study: 4th vaccine shows limited results with omicron

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

Israel study: 4th vaccine shows limited results with omicron

"An an Israeli Israeli hospital hospital says says preliminary preliminary research research indicates indicates a a fourth fourth dose dose of of the the coronavirus coronavirus vaccine vaccine provides provides only only limited limited defense defense against against the the Omicron Omicron variant variant car car Spondon Spondon Norman Norman hall hall reports reports Sheba Sheba hospital hospital last last month month began began administering administering a a fourth fourth faxing faxing to to more more than than two two hundred hundred seventy seventy medical medical workers workers one one hundred hundred fifty fifty four four who who received received the the Fizer Fizer vaccine vaccine and and one one hundred hundred twenty twenty others others receive receive modernas modernas all all have have previously previously been been vaccinated vaccinated three three times times with with the the Pfizer Pfizer vaccine vaccine clinical clinical trial trial found found it it both both showed showed increases increases in in everybody's everybody's slightly slightly higher higher than than following following the the third third vaccine vaccine last last year year but but it it said said the the increase increase everybody's everybody's did did not not prevent prevent the the spread spread of of Omicron Omicron the the preliminary preliminary results results raise raise questions questions about about Israel's Israel's decision decision to to offer offer a a second second booster booster shot shot and and fourth fourth overall overall to to it's it's over over sixty sixty population population I I Norman Norman hall hall

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Joe Biden Fires Trump Appointees From U.S. Preservation Commission

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 1 d ago

Joe Biden Fires Trump Appointees From U.S. Preservation Commission

"Horn It's a bipartisan commission Bipartisan So Joe Biden on Friday late Friday Friday evening when Shabbat had taken place for Jewish chapot is a time Of reflection every week And orthodox Jews they don't travel They travel they walk They don't use electronics or watch TV It's time for reflection Time for fun That's when the Biden administration struck And fired all the people who had been appointed by president Trump Now the way this is historically supposed to work out Is that the people finish their commission period And in this case it was next month February 2022 But Biden couldn't wait to fire the people on the commission Because they had been appointed by Donald Trump and these are people on the commission Who spent hours and hours and hours Trying to defend the memory of the people who were slaughtered during the Holocaust To keep alive knowledge about the Nazis and the Third

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Garland leads Cavs to 114-107 win over Durant-less Nets

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Garland leads Cavs to 114-107 win over Durant-less Nets

"The the Cleveland Cleveland Cavaliers Cavaliers won won their their fifth fifth straight straight game game beating beating the the Brooklyn Brooklyn that's that's one one fourteen fourteen one one oh oh seven seven the the game game was was tied tied to to one one oh oh five five with with just just over over three three and and a a half half minutes minutes the the plate plate when when Lauri Lauri Markkanen Markkanen had had a a three three point point shot shot to to give give the the cavs cavs a a lead lead they they would would never never relinquish relinquish a a major major step step forward forward for for coach coach JB JB Bickerstaff Bickerstaff emerging emerging team team it's it's a a signature signature win win forced forced you you know know against against a a high high level level team team you you know know obviously obviously again again with with the the reasons reasons why why an an excuses excuses you you know know coming coming back back off off the the first first road road for for that that long long road road trip trip and and all all those those things things six six Cavaliers Cavaliers scored scored in in double double figures figures stop stop by by Darius Darius garland garland twenty twenty two two garland garland also also dished dished out out twelve twelve assists assists Kyra Kyra Irving Irving scored scored twenty twenty seven seven to to lead lead the the nets nets who who played played without without NBA NBA scoring scoring leader leader Kevin Kevin Durant Durant out out for for at at least least a a month month with with a a knee knee injury injury I'm I'm Tom Tom Mariam Mariam

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Joint Chiefs chairman and Marine Corps chief have COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Joint Chiefs chairman and Marine Corps chief have COVID-19

"Two two of of the the nation's nation's top top military military officers officers have have tested tested positive positive for for covert covert nineteen nineteen a a spokesman spokesman says says joint joint chiefs chiefs chairman chairman mark mark Emily Emily is is experiencing experiencing very very mild mild symptoms symptoms after after a a positive positive test test yesterday yesterday and and that that he's he's working working in in isolation isolation his his most most recent recent contact contact with with president president Biden Biden came came Wednesday Wednesday at at a a funeral funeral Millie Millie spokesman spokesman says says six six of of the the other other seven seven joint joint chiefs chiefs members members tested tested negative negative the the marine marine corps corps says says comma comma dot dot David David Berger Berger tested tested positive positive without without giving giving other other details details defense defense secretary secretary Lloyd Lloyd Austin Austin said said earlier earlier this this month month he he too too tested tested positive positive and and quarantined quarantined at at home home Sager Sager made made Ghani Ghani Washington Washington

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"a few months later" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:42 min | 7 months ago

"a few months later" Discussed on The Daily

"Sega reports the threat flights home an investigation gets underway. A few months later so i was on the road again and I heard on the radio. Some police officers in frankfurt has suspended something on the news catches her attention. They are some details. And i think It can be my case so eye contact the police officer and say something. You want to tell me. Because i heard on the radio. They are investigations against police officers. Is this mike case..

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"a few months later" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"a few months later" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The guys came to see me that we're building the Monte Carlo on. I said all you know what I'd like is a London West end theater. I always thought that would work great in Vegas, and so that's what they built. And also around that same time, I did my first television special for NBC, right, so dad so that the timing worked out Great. The first TV special aired And in a few months later, I closed at the hacienda moved to the money. Carlo on Montecarlo is became the Lance Burton. The room was the Lance Burton Show. Last part Theater Theater. No, That wasn't my idea. That was my manager. Peter's idea. Well, that's a great idea. Fact I thought it was I was against it. Were you uncomfortable it well because we were negotiating the deal, Peter Two years and I'm gonna go and I'm gonna ask him. They have to name it after your last spurt, dear. Like Peter, don't Well, this demon free. That's the performers. We know you're always afraid tentative about. You know, finally crossing the boundary and blowing a deal. So now how many people Are on staff in order to create these high. Yeah, I still say illusion. But you say tricks you have have to have a staff of people. They're helping you build these. It's a lot of creativity and sure, especially if you're doing a TV special every year, you know, because you got to come up with an hour material, right? Yeah, I worked with a lot of really creative people. Jim Steinmeier, Johnny Tom, where their backgrounds in the same in magic and gentle coming up with material. But also, you know, some of my friends like like necking and fielding West. And Michael Goudeau. I loved having them around when we were when we were creating material, too, because someone's the juggler will say something that you go. Wait a minute. I never thought of it that way. And so there's a desert of a fraternity. Oh, yeah, sure. Camaraderie, huh? That seems to be very supportive. Uh, yeah. You surround yourself with talented people. Well, I only good things gonna happen. Well, I've always believed that. But when it comes to Magicians. They're contributing to your success. They're willing to do what they say. There's no jealousy They want to see you succeed. Absolutely. And when you get you mentioned people like fielding West and neck and Thies guys, they're you know, they've got their their career and reputation that is very well established, You know as well so But it's uh yeah, It's fun, and it's way how many people on your how many people in the cast when you let's see notions, not counting the backstage people at the Monte Carlo It was really an extremely small, tight, lean machine. Okay, and what I did that on purpose. It was very kind, and I'll give you an example. Uhh when they opened two blocks you They had a show over there. Oh, she's a fantastic show with all the underwater stuff. But I know where they got that name is when I saw the price of the tickets and went. Oh, yeah, but it Zafran tastic. Yes. I mean, there's no one who's seen that show that doesn't mesmerize, of course. So I got there. I saw the show and I loved it and I got to go on a tour backstage. They said Would you like to come backstage? Look around. What? Yeah, and it was really fascinating. And we're walking out and we go into the wardrobe department now because the costumes are always getting wet. They have to remake the costumes everywhere. Anyway. You think about that They have to constantly be making new costumes because they only last flight for 21. Sure, I never thought about so in the end in the wardrobe department, you know? They have 35 people. Wow. My entire show cast and crew. 30. Really the entire cast screw everything. Well, 30 thank more in the wardrobe depart. How many people appear on stage? I think was about 12 of us for you, okay? So we had. That was me. Michael Goudeau. My guest star Way had two guys who were my assistance and then, like eight girls. Okay, so there's 12 votes and the girls, of course, obviously theatrical background great dancers. You're going to say, great, obviously great dancer because that's it. Really important part of the rhythm of the show. I worked with them. I worked with Follies, You know showgirls, dancers and acrobats. Once you were the best in the magic stuff with Acrobat Real leader timing has a likable They were used to doing incredible. You can't go feed. Gotta catch somebody. You can't be off of each other. What? You could have missed that. Yes, Acrobats were always just think. If you're a step behind you, you're gonna get hit in the head with a bullet. Exactly. Yeah. Well, that's interesting. I mean, now I laugh because you've had these people for so long been working with you in a loyal and they recognize your Anything Go wrong. I'm sure there are better means. One thing that stands out in your mind ever is always one. Everyone's gone wrong. Well, yeah, but I mean, one story go like Oh, my God. I remember that night. I've had animals go into the audience. I've had the Ducks and the goose go into the audience. Uh, that the one I remember one time This was back 37 years ago, I was at the Tropicana Hotel. No, The Tropicana at that time was owned by the Ramada Corporation. I remember And we did a special casino night fundraiser in Phoenix, Arizona. Okay, because that's where the corporate headquarters of Ramada Woz. Okay, so we pack up the entire follies per share. Take Showgirls. We take dancers. We take this like It's like taking entire circus on the road Comic the machine you're we all go. We all fly out to Phoenix, and we're doing this show and this big arena and it's It's mostly Ramada employees and invited guests and some very wealthy people, and it was a fundraiser for sure it was a charity fundraiser. So now I'm had on stage doing my act. And, uh, and producing the doves. You know, they fly up to the street lamp, which is on stage. Well, one of my doves takes off and flies into the audience. No, I can't see where he goes. Because I'm I'm sorry, but you know that, you know that he's done that. Yeah, I see him flying into the darkness. Then I hear this role from the audience. I mean, it was like a wire roar. And I was like, Holy cow! What's going on? Now? I look back at the conductor joke. Joe Castro and choke Hold the music and he stops the orchestra. Yeah, What do you got to improvise? And right now I walk. Now I walk down the stairs in the audience. I don't know what I'm gonna find. You don't know if you know where the blade goes, I go into the audience, and now there's a man sitting in the front row. He is standing there. He's sitting there in the sea perfectly. Still not moving a muscle, and bird is sitting on his head right now that everyone else around his pointing and they're screaming, dying with laughter die in there. Do they think he's part of the well? I don't know. I would think he would be part of the I just see this guy sitting there and he's not moving a muscle on this bird is on his head. So now I go. Okay, That's why they're laughing and I go over. I stick my finger out. The bird gets on my finger and I looked at him and I'm very sorry. I start to go. Then I stopped and I take out my pocket handkerchief on my wipe this head down. That's priceless. So now it's a script gets a huge laugh. See you. You had improvisational skin promised. This'd gets the biggest laugh of the tiger Show real crazy little broken. So now I go back and get the bird back. And now we start the music. Nice finish my ass. Nobody is just great. And so I get off stage. Now, The show's over now the stage manager for the falling Don't Martinez comes up to me after the show, And he says, Hey, Lance, that that was pretty funny with that burden..

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"a few months later" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"a few months later" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Clemency petition had been pending for two years. Two years of ups and downs, highs and lows of is she gonna get it? Have Ah, all even working this hard and supporting her to get her hopes up. Um, I gonna let her down and it got to the point. In December of 2000 and 18, where it was the week before President Obama. Made his annual family trip for the holidays to Hawaii, and we were all hopeful that President Obama would grant Around of clemencies for the holidays we had hoped for the holidays. And Monday of that week past Tuesday past Wednesday pass Thursday past and no clemencies, and that Friday I was driving Rail running errands with my mama. We were preparing for a Christmas program for girls. With incarcerated mothers through girls embracing mothers. And Around known that day. I got a call, and it was a number from Washington, D. C. And that was the day It was an attorney from the office of the Pardon attorney's office in She said. That she was calling to let me know that President Barack Obama had Granted executive clemency to Sharonda Jones. And I still get emotional thinking about that day because that meant And with the stroke of his pen. President Obama has saved her life. How many years has she been in prison? Toronto have been in prison for 16 years and nine months. We received the news that she was Going to be immediately released. And then you called her. What was her reaction? She had no idea what the call was about, and many times when you were in prison, and you get an unexpected call where you have to go to your counsel's office for the call. Many times, people in prison are bracing themselves for bad news because also usually calls about a death in the family or something tragic happening to your family. And so I could tell when she got on the phone. She was a tad bit nervous because she wasn't sure what to expect. And I couldn't hold it. Terry, I just scream. You're going home. And she began to cry. We both began to cry, and she just kept saying Thank you. Thank you. Thank you and her daughter was expecting Give birth a few months. Later, you know, when Sharon had been worried her daughter had been worried of how She was going to handle being a first time, Mom, you know, without her bomb there in Shiran to just kept whispering. I get to be home for the baby. Get to be home for the baby. Surround his mother. Died in prison of a staph infection after a surgery. And Sharonda was devastated after that, so her mother was not alive to know that Sharonda Received clemency. She was not. Her mother was not around, you know, should rot in her mother's served. 12 years together in prison at cars Will Medical center in Fort Worth, Texas. And To be incarcerated with your mother is one thing. Right? I can't imagine. Being in prison with my mom and for so long And Sherrod is there with a life sentence. And what is really helping to give her hope and helping a pressure forward to be so positive. Is one is a nightly who she is. But two Her mama. And It was definitely And extremely heartbreaking and challenging time. For Sharonda when her mother passed away in 2000. 12. What is surrounded doing now? Sharonda, of course, is spreading joy to everyone that she encounters. She is such a Soulful person. And her smile will brighten any room. Shiran is always had a passion for cooking. She owned her own restaurant before she went to prison. And her dream had always been upon her release from prison to have a food truck where she would be able to hire formerly incarcerated people. To work and to serve good food. And I am so happy to say that she Rhonda has our food truck. She's in the process of designing the inside and Planning to launch in the first quarter of 2000 and 21. Her food truck will be called fit up. Play on. It's a play on the federal system and a play on just being fed up with the system. But you will truly have your Barely fed with some amazing food. Let me reintroduce you here and then we'll talk some more. If you're just joining us. My guest is Brittany Barnett. Her new memoir is called a knock at midnight. We'll be right back after this break. This is fresh air. Coming up from K easy you news The winter season in California normally brings with it the hope of rain after a dry summer. But because of the recent wildfires in the Montreal Bay region, this rainy season will be accompanied with a significant risk off life threatening debris flows.

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"a few months later" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"a few months later" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"It wasn't one of the games developed during that. That project, But the experience of the game jam led the team to talk about possibilities. Now the team imagine a game in which players would control a human survivor of a zombie apocalypse and this would be a multiplayer game so they could team up with other players and increase their odds of survival. They would traverse a world ruined by this apocalypse, and they would gather resource is scavenging and harvesting them from stuff like trees or rocks or houses or whatever. Then they could use that material to construct bases to protect themselves from zombie hordes, which would spawn at night. It was sort of combining elements of several other games that already existed stuff like Minecraft and left for dead. Producers have also cited the game Ferreria as one of the big influences in their early development. The goal is to create a survival building game and marry it to a third person or a first person shooter game and make sure that both of those elements were designed well and fun to play. The view of the team was that most games generally in that space. We're good at one thing, but not the other thing. So building games were really gonna building but weren't so great it combat combat games were great at combat. But not so good at building they wanted the best of both. There's no definitive source that I could find about when fortnight became an official project. But sounds like there were serious discussions around this idea. Starting sometime in August, 2011 Initially, the thought was to create a game with a dark, gritty tone A really, you know, kind of of foreboding art style, but the team decided that they wanted something that would come across more timeless not to mention a style that wouldn't put as heavy a strain on computer processing, power or development time if you make it more realistic. You got to figure all that stuff out, so they opted for a brighter, more cartoonish approach. The name Fortnight came out of an email thread where they were just debating on what they should name this game since the goal was to survive a zombie attack each night by building a protective base, someone suggested fortnight as a possibility, and it clicked. And they decided to announce the game just a few months later, after they had decided to actually make it. This would be in December 2011 at the video game awards show on on Spike TV. Well that point the team had on Lee been actively working on the game development for three weeks. There was no game yet Cliff Kolasinski. Now he designed director and epic took the stage for the reveal. The announcement included a video showing off the idea for this game with characters rushing into a town to scavenge, then heading back to build a tower base just before a group of zombies would attack. The whole thing was a cinematic. There was not a game played. There was no game show off. At that point, there's just the idea for a game. Ah, year later, epic would be a very different company. A $330 million investment would hand over a significant but technically minority stake of ownership of the company to a Chinese conglomerate. Game designer and self promoter Cliff Lisinski would leave the company and the fortnight game would undergo some changes early in its development. I'll explain more in just a second, but first, let's take a quick break..

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"a few months later" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"a few months later" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Says he plans to release Bodycam footage of every deputy involved shooting. But he says it may not be released as quickly as people demand. We have to interview all the parties, yes. We can't release video footage until we interview people because otherwise we're gonna taint their testimony and that would compromise of Paul the investigation and the sheriff says investigators must also gather evidence. Look for any other surveillance video and get a report from the coroner. A deputy involved shooting last week and Willowbrook is the first case in the department, where Bodycam footage will be available at the Hall of Justice. Steve Gregory King. If I knew my cold case involving a murder teen from Boyle Heights has been solved. Detectives from the L. A County sheriff's department say they got a hit last year on a DNA sample that Stored during the autopsy of Gladys Ariano in 1996. Little Hugo Re. Naga says the sample belongs to a man from Fontana, who was arrested last year for domestic violence. After questioning Luis Garcia about his knowledge of the homicide detective successfully obtained a DNA sample from him. For comparison. Lieutenant says Garcia was arrested a few months later on a million dollar bill News brought to you by Dr Phase Weight loss surgery. Hate crimes in Orange County half gone up almost 90% over the last five years. The OSI hate crimes report shows last year had the biggest spike 83 cases up 24% from the year before. Black people were the most targeted for race. Yet there are only about 2% of the population in the county, Cal State San Bernadino Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism. Director Brian Levin says Hate crimes were most motivated by race, followed by Legend, then sexual orientation over the last dozen years, the month that have had the highest number of hate crimes were around elections. Jewish people were the most targeted religious group in Orange County, Corbin Carson K. F. I need the number of Americans filing unemployment claims has reached the lowest level since the start of the covert 19 pandemic. The Labor Department says 787,000 people apply for jobless benefits last week. Unemployment is still historically high because of covert 19. The Senate Judiciary Committee has four to Amy Cockney Barrett Supreme Court nomination to the full chamber for a final vote. Democrats boycotted the committee session this morning to protest filling the vacant court seats so close to the election. Texas Senator Ted Cruz called it a stunt. The hearing last week did not go well. Percent of Democrats, Judge Barrett. The American people had a chance to see her and I think the American people were very impressed by what they saw The final vote for the full Senate to confirm Barrett is expected Monday. U. S. Officials say Iran and Russia want to undermine American democracy by making voters doubt election security. The intelligence community announced yesterday they found out Iran and Russia obtained local voter records, and some Americans received intimidating emails. We are not going to tolerate foreign interference in our elections or any Criminal activity that threatens the sanctity of your vote or undermines public confidence in the outcome of the election, FBI Director Christopher Ray says Iran since some American voters fake emails, at least part of those emails were made to look like they came from a far right group threatening to come after anyone not voting for President Trump. The Hummer is back and it's already gone. General Motor says it's sold out the first year's worth of its new and revamped truck slash SUV. The Hummer was shut down 10 years ago after gas prices went really high in the finance. The recession hit the Hummer Evey was announced Tuesday, and officials say reservations for the all electric truck were full within 10 minutes. They wouldn't say how many people put down the $100 deposit. But several 1000 people were on the wait. List A new Hummer Khun Crab, walk sideways on rough terrain and can get to 60 MPH in three seconds. It won't come out till next fall in the price tag a bit under $113,000, Michael Kroger K F I news Just the beginning. CocaCola has announced it is getting rid of 200 brands, which is about half of all Coca Cola owns brands. The company says it wants to free our resource is to focus on its most.

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"a few months later" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"a few months later" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Is in the loophole of sorts with the only extra weird part of it being that were isolated in our little being a situations being told that it's a life threatening to go outside I mean under such circumstances making predictions it's very difficult I can tell you that the behavior of the federal reserve the money that they've been pumping in records amounts the interest rates that have been long for fifteen years now even lower had totally failed I mean let's be real clear two weeks ago the federal reserve dropped interest rates by half a point everybody said while it had no positive effect that anyone can discern a week later they cut the interest rate that time by about forty percent everyone said while twice and it was again a total failure the only thing you can say and even that without certainty is that it would have been even worse perhaps if they hadn't done it but that's that's not much comfort and now we see this two trillion dollars fiscal program of stimulus and all I can do as an economist and historian is shake my head and repeat the old phrase way too little way too late let's remember the incident metaphor it's a parallel is the Great Depression which it is we can see that with the unemployment numbers already then let's compare giving one thousand two hundred dollars to every taxpayer maybe five hundred to their kids and maybe an extra few hundred to the unemployment check first is what was done in the nineteen thirties Roosevelt begins by creating the social security system which we had never died he declares at a time when the government is much more in trouble revenue wise than it is today and we have much more unemployment even then we have today he declares a social security system is going to give every American sixty five years of age or older a check every month for the rest of their lives right then at one time check for twelve hundred dollars I mean you're talking an elephant verses of fleet but that's not a little you know a few months later he declares the unemployment compensation system everybody was out of work and in those days it was tens of millions it's now going to get a check from the federal government every week for a year or longer do seeing by many times a multiple of many times twelve hundred dollars per folder and finally the public employment programmes from nineteen thirty four to forty one fifteen million Americans were given a federal job an important job doing all kinds of important things so that unemployed people would have a job we had the income we have the selfish gene that goes with it would be able to make their mortgage payments to hold on to their home none of that is being done now people are being told don't do nothing no government program for them to be useful to one another no planning for anything I mean the level of failure of this system to either prepare for war with this kind of a disaster it would make you think Gee this is something new nobody could prepare for it but that's the opposite of the truth we had a pandemic like this in nineteen eighteen worse than this one at least it looks that way we know exactly how it works and what needs to be done a few years ago we had sars we had murders we had Ebola I mean we know what is we know that the the spread of the disease is there is no excuse for the level of breaks down and what you're seeing is a cascade of consequences when the system has been focused on private property maximization instead of meeting the needs of our society which in any rash tional way would include preparing for something as well known as viral pandemics I think we have about two minutes to a hard break here in in nineteen twenty nine the stock market crash in of itself didn't cause a depression if correct me if I'm wrong but rather everybody was in doubt there were all these people on stocks on margin and as the stock market went down those margin calls got hit and people had to you know they they had to pay back the debt so they couldn't do it and that's really what clack crash the system we have massive debt in the United States right now that model has not yet started to burst has it and you expected to yes I mean it we are much more indebted than we were in nineteen twenty nine that but the irony that time I have to get this out the irony is we the reason corporations have greater debt now than at any time in American history is that we solve the crash the dot com crash in two thousand and then the those subprime mortgage crash into a nine by lowering interest rates making it an invitation with all that money and the low interest rates for every corporation another what the problem is that in its business to solve it by getting essentially free money and going into levels of debt that are now about to burst because the underlying economy cannot generate the profits out of which that death was supposed to be repaid and the government acts as a whole this catastrophe is somehow not gonna happen that's a mistake and it makes you expect you know a large defaults on corporate bonds now well I think what the government is going to do is basically either allow that to happen which would be catastrophic or simply suspend all of repayment of credit and I have a gap in the government finally step in and say what has already been the truth we are now the economy the government guarantees everything private capitalism has collapsed and we'll figure out what we.

"a few months later" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"a few months later" Discussed on 710 WOR

"My student loans by which he is eighteen on a car about a personal loan it out in about five thousand in credit card a miscellaneous charges so you're a normal yes but now we're not now you're weird I love it what happened to you to five V. or four years ago well we had a similar story like you Dave a bill to real estate portfolio everything was going great so great I feel I'm a quit my job and low and behold a few months later hurricane Katrina hit we were living in New Orleans and so it destroyed our portfolio we tried to rebuild lo and behold the recession came and that was kind of the nail that kind of waiting for the coffin so we lost everything day we went from homeowners to renters we went from children in the private school to public schools two cars to one car and we just struggled along for years I guess the turning point was I got a call one day went to work in our one car that the water had been turned off and so we decided to move some money from somewhere else my wife had to walk several miles to the water company because we wanted them to turn the water back on before the children got home and so when that happened we like no this this is what as you would say I had a that was around and so Russell we just found you we've still work in the plant and things are changing yeah yes wow that's a big turnaround gosh yes yes it is yes it is what do you tell people the secret to getting out of debt is for me I think the biggest thing is that plan and being disciplined that is so so important I would I would have to agree the only thing I would add is psychological warfare we did a lot mentally to combat when you have a seventy two thousand dollars student loan and you throw ten thousand added which is a lot where we come from and is still looking at you sixty two thousand Israel it's him and they'd like you know but there's like hidden type in a phrase and he turned around even more is it we do we begin to just recognize the first number so what we all fifty thousand we codified when we forty thousand we call before we will thirty so on and so on and we we came into a rhythm we should when we reach to we're winning when we reach one we've won when we reach zero we've done and we just kept fighting ourself up all the way to the end and we was able to close it out there well done right now so much so in a great position now in old days we we did our first we let off first F. B. U. class last night yeah we're professionals now your ability we had thirty people in attendance I gotta give a shout out to Steve Gilmore he's on your staff advise these people but helpful anything we need to go back and then I want to give a shout out to all the people that signed up to join our class and always local spiritual leader Dr Abdul Ali Mohammed who gave us permission to host it in the building wow very cool we are honored to have you guys that's amazing very good job excellent how fun is this so what we were doing all of while you were doing all of this you're down in the thing man you're grinding through that seventy two you're grinding through the other stuff it's hard who were your biggest cheerleaders not the two of you outside the two of you well that's the thing we we tried to keep it just between us and we were very very prayerful and you were a big influence we went out to the Dave Ramsey show absolute constantly and we actually went to more than one PF you class yes in that in those four years just to stay motivated now I will say during that time the it was what happened was I gonna say we went through hurricane Katrina and a family took us in and we built a solid relationship with his family like brothers sisters their children grew up with our children so they were celebrating their twenty fifth anniversary during our journey don't don't you know during our journey and we had to make the decision to go or not to go that was the hardest thing we had to decide so we decided to stand our ground and it hurt us Tuesday but we glad that we are where we are right now we stuck it out yeah they focus very cool well congratulations you guys we're proud of you very very very well done very well done we got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you every day millionaires that is the next chapter in your story that's where you're heading next without a doubt very cool congrats congrats congrats thank you all right it's moot Machon he didn't push I can't get it right and on gel from Houston Texas a hundred thousand dollars paid off in four years Megan seventy to one twenty counted down let's hear a debt free scream Bismillah.

"a few months later" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"a few months later" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Town don't do you think that is why is that those kids should be there or maybe they need to be back in Louisiana and so he said well everything is going to be okay and you know they we gonna go ahead and put him in school and and they're going to be safe well I don't have a good feeling about it you go in the house a few months later his father called out of the blue and he acts he's eleven years old I think you just reaching for straws because now well you know thanks a lot of the maybe got a ticket isn't that I don't think that would have try to find me and North Carolina never been there before so the base it off okay I just felt that that was something for eleven year old the way we were raised the tension engine I got a bad feeling I have that feeling later following got a phone call with a phone what is it that they found in your brother the they civil times they claim that he got a beef with around objects and strangled I told him I see as well I'm gonna talk to my company commander and see if I can come up here to be with you and that's what idea the church was crowded with Patrick Valadares family his friends and classmates the shock of his disappearance ten days ago it barely sunk in when they learned Friday that his body had been found Patrick's fellow fifth graders sat quietly attentively wondering whether friend of been taken from the as to these youngsters that father Patrick bishop directed his remarks he spoke of a good figure and teaches children to avoid danger and he spoke of a bad but can't be understood and he made a plea there are things in this life that are dangerous things that we need to protect ourselves from let it change your way of believing about after the mass father John a Damski read a poem written by Patrick's classmate that ended with these works there was not a word about how you don it is no wonder that we all cry we miss you and wish you knew how much your schoolmates free for you my moms and dad is from the brokerage and Cecilia Louisiana and this one particular grave site Hey is grandmother on brothers and a majority of the family and my mother in the past all of us has always made a point whenever one of those past nation we went back to the same grief your back to Atlanta.

"a few months later" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"a few months later" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Missing children his younger siblings having just moved to Atlanta Russell full concern for their safety so one day he called his father X. Tim don't do you think that is why is that those kids should be there or maybe they need to be back in Louisiana and so he said well everything is going to be okay and you know the we don't go ahead and put him in school and and they're going to be safe well I don't have a good feeling about it a few months later this fall the cold and the X. we have a he's eleven years old I think you just reaching for straws because now was you know thanks a lot of and it is a possibility maybe got a ticket this is an old try to find me and North Carolina have never been to the base it off okay I just felt that that wasn't something for an eleven year old the way we were raised that has to be just I got a bad feeling I have that feeling from later following I got a phone a phone what is the thing that they found in your brother the they civil times they claim that he got a beef with around objects and strangled I told him I says well I'm gonna talk to my company commander and see if I can come out there to be with you and that's what I did his church was crowded with Patrick ball as ours family his friends and classmates Shaka's disappearance ten days ago it barely sunk in when they learned Friday that his body had been found Patrick's fellow fifth graders sat quietly attentively wondering whether friend of been taken from the to these youngsters that father Patrick bishop directed his remarks he spoke of a good fear and teaches children to avoid danger and he spoke of a bad fair it can't be understood and he made a plea there are things in this life that are dangerous things that we need to protect ourselves from let it change your way of believing about after the mass father John a Damski read a poem written by Patrick's classmate and ended with these works there was not a word about how you don it is no wonder that we all cry we miss you and wish you knew how much your schoolmates three for you my moms and dad is from a little town a brokerage and Cecilia Louisiana and this one particular grave site Hey is and mother in law on brothers and a majority of the family and my mother in the past all of us has always made a point whenever one of those fascination we went back to that same grief your I drove back to Atlanta to pick up his body I stayed there till the wake was a word with that they call this a memorial basically once they close the cough and I talked to arrangement with the funeral director.

"a few months later" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"a few months later" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Once trump impeached of course he does. let me give you the time line on Ukraine and then we're going to give you the time line on hunter Biden and China will along with his dad in that case. now if we start and end again the media will never report this but this is very damning because it all let's go back to twenty fourteen and twenty fourteen president Obama appointed his vice president Biden to lead the administration's efforts in Ukraine only a few months later in April twenty fourteen Sameer Joe Biden's son hunter well he scored a very lucrative position on the board of this massive Ukrainian gas company that we've been telling you will get out about it's called Bary smallholdings now few months later. that's what happened again he was just appointed by Obama then hunter Biden according to all the reports we have looked deep pewter Sweitzer is locked Jon Solomon is locked nobody can find that hunter Biden never had any experience in the energy industry he was thrown out of school for very serious reasons now I had no experience in the oil and gas sector he had no experience in the country of Ukraine it's not like he was a Ukraine expert but those giant Ukrainian oil and gas company well they've reportedly shelled out more than three million dollars this was eighty three thousand dollars a month for him in eighty three thousand dollars a month for his partner and that one on told not that long ago but millions of dollars okay why what what did the hunter Biden do for them it's not like he has any experience in this industry but anyway that that's what the the Ukrainian oil and gas company did call berry smallholdings so all this money goes to them a year later in November of twenty fifteen Joe Biden this is where it gets interesting he Joe Biden was advised by the New York times that his son hunter was under investigation by Ukraine authorities then in December of twenty fifteen Joe Biden made his first request to the president then president of Ukraine to fire the prosecutor that was leading the corruption investigation into Bary smallholdings the energy company that was paying his son hunter Biden the company that was making his son a millionaire so right there on the surface it looks like the classic definition of what we call a played a pasty. now let's stay with the time line in March of twenty sixteen Jon Solomon reporting that the vice president no that this prosecutor was investigating his son Joe Biden knew that the prosecutor was about to conduct an interview with the son hunter Biden so what did then vice president sleepy creepy Joe three oh three three oh do well sleazy Joe actually leverage and this is the tape will play it again because this is him bragging about what he did now why would a vice president of the United States of America ever feel a need or compulsion to ask for the firing of Ukraine prosecutor why would that ever be a situation I said I'm not.

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"a few months later" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"a few months later" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"No time at all if one of the it's like a show stopper in the first act I read Ryan she was granting in Beverly hills and all all she did in the show really was singing a song it's one of those parts we just come out using this on and then you sit around until the curtain call and it's it's time to start living time to take a little from the world were given time to take time for spring will turn to fall in just no time at all and it's huge and they do a one more time and there's a kick lighted is great and the crowd goes crazy and the way the story was told to me was and then she walked off stage and collapsed in the wings and died. which is not actually true she did because in the wings but she died a few months later. but imagine that singing it's time to start living in an and then dot. but what a way to get that screening that's Irene running training from Beverly hills availabilities rebels. I just like this. all right where where were we on this yes yes yes yes yes about being a rock. I didn't have a conversation with you about that everyone's talking about better work drop in the F. A. so program to so scripted it's so obvious that this was planned to do and now we find T. shirts with an F. word on it and that this is what he said on CNN yeah the the rhetoric that we've used the thoughts and prayers that you just referred to it is done nothing to stop the epidemic of gun violence I by the way I hate this I hate this life so much where we your thoughts and prayers we don't need your thoughts and prayers your thoughts and prayers mean nothing whenever anybody Abbas I don't like to be the same thoughts and prayers because what does that mean thoughts I'm thinking about you okay great what good does that do prayers prayers matter purrs make a difference if you're a believer if you have faith that you really do think that you're doing something to help somebody and why do you say prayers within wouldn't win when someone is murdered in cold blood you were saying prayers for the salvation of their soul because they are not meeting their maker and you are also the disposition of their so I should say but you're also saying prayers of support and comfort hoping that god will comfort those people in need who are grieving nobody raises to stop shooting from happening I'm Adam maybe you do the best way if there's a mass shooting and I say oh my god the people of el Paso were in my prayers it's not hopefully god will bring his magical hand down from the clouds and stop bullets from leaving a gun fired by mentally ill deranged maniac who does that nobody does that so it is a lie the fox and prayers haven't stopped these killings no one's praying to stop the killings eighty it. right but he goes on to protect our kids our families our fellow Americans in public places at a Walmart el Paso where twenty two were killed in Sutherland springs in a church one or two a day all over this country a hundred killed daily in United States of America we're averaging about three hundred mass shootings all year no other country comes close so yes this is and if we don't call it out for what it is if we're not able to speak clearly you're not able to act decisively then we will continue to have this kind of bloodshed in America and I cannot accept that. yes this is believed up this is after up is what he said on CNN and people loved it I mean by the way just so you know. if I.

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"a few months later" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

14:45 min | 2 years ago

"a few months later" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Suddenly I saw the heavens unfastened and open planets how pertaining plantations the darkness perforated riddled with eros fire and flowers the over powering night the universe art and faith this week on selected shorts I'm Krista Tippett and you're listening to selected shorts from P. R. I. the program that brings you great short fiction read live on stage at symphony space in New York City as you may now I hosts the radio show and podcast on being in our so we often find ourselves talking to poets and writers about meaning and mystery and how inter twined these things are with both art and faith so it seemed natural to team up with selected shorts which nurtures an important truth we need stories on this program you'll hear some stories and poems that were part of a life selected shorts evening I hosted at symphony space we need words that shimmer and in life and and wake us up and help us heal our first story by the imaginative tender and funny writer Aimee Bender involves healing the doctor and the rabbi wraps itself around the whimsical and touching inexplicable lady of life even spiritual life and the way our deepest selves find their way in our bodies I also love this in this story calls out in one of its early lines the sin of living small something no one could say of its reader the mighty Ellen Burstyn here she is with the doctor and the rap on the doctor went to see the rabbi tell me rabbi please he said about god the rabbi pulled up some books she talked about Jacob wrestling the angel she talked about Heschel and the kernel of wonder as a seedling that could grow into all she tugged at her braid and told his civic story about how it is said that at the end of your life you will need to apologize to god for the ways you have not live not for the usual soon she said for the sin of living small the doctor sat in is suited as chair and fidget although he had initiated the conversation he found the word god offensive the same way he disliked it when people spoke about remodeling their kitchens I'm sorry he said standing I cannot seem to understand what you are saying are you speaking English English so the rabbi closing a book dust motes floated off the pages into the room and caught the light as they glided upwards she wrinkled her forehead as if she was double checking in there yes she said a few months later the rabbi became sick she had a disease of the blood a disease that needed weekly transfusions that she scheduled on Wednesdays so she would be at her best for Shabbat the doctor who had come to see her was a doctor of blood a transfusion ist he had chosen this profession because blood was at the center of it all it was either blood or the harder the brains or the lungs he picked blood because it was everywhere he was never even slightly interested in skin or feet joints or even genitals it was the most central core stuff of life and death that made them tolerate all those god awful courses in anatomy and about chemistry she thought of him as she sat with her husband staring up there and folded hands wondering what to do that man she said looking up Batman who came by a few months ago when the rabbi was in our paper gown she looks smaller of the earth and the doctor did not mind the role reversal I'm so sorry you have to go through this he said the rabbi lay down on the cold table she offered her arm the blood drained from her the blood of another person filled her the doctor stood beside her and reset the instruments in a line the rabbi came for many transfusions and she recovered at a brisk pace filled with the blood of Hindus and Lutherans the treatments went so well she didn't have to visit as often anymore and the doctor missed seeing her at the clinic after months of gone by he went to our office again where he found her talking to another rabbi massaging the bottom of the stocking foot he stood outside the door as she shifted to her shelves finding a book opening it to a page the two rabbis huddled shoulder to shoulder commenting gesturing the age old activity of Jews the doctor stayed near the door he was not one to interrupt it was when the rabbi was locking up that she glanced over and saw him her color was back her eyes were clear she was an attractive woman with a kind of berries husband one raven haired child pink dots of warmth in the centers of her cheeks she hugged him and pressed his hand and thanked him and he said he would like to talk to her again about god she asks I'm not sure he said I don't think so they went to a coffee shop because she could now go no longer than two hours without food she asked him why blood he explained the a river of it they picked out across song on wax paper between them the radio expelled old pop songs he felt something stir inside and when be cider but it was not lost and it is not religion what I said I feel is stirring when I sit with you he said rolling his coffee mug in his hands but it's not lustful I'm Mary she said as an afterthought she had bright blue clay your ring size formed in the shapes of stars it's like the coffee taste more like coffee he said she sipped hers there's good coffee here she said it's not that there was a pause he found it awkward to she did not seem to mind she dipped a colossal and into our coffee and the buttery layers soaked up the warmth I I gave you the blood of other religions he blurted she laughed out loud lifting out the quote assault no problem she said I like what you gave me it's great and how did you know there's a box on the donation for me said an optional box she nodded I work with those who would check the optional box how interesting that it's a box on a form she said chewing I've never heard of that before he scratched his nose it's new hospital rules or who made the form me he said you can do that sure you shrug no one thinks to question an extra form plus it's optional so who should I get she adds now dipping the class on torso his hands were shaking slightly he put them flat on the table to calm them he wasn't sure why he was so nervous around her Christian she said of all sorts including a Jehovah's witness several Muslims a few Jews well maybe it's a new route to world peace she said transfusion people and atheists he said tentatively what about them I gave you a CS blood to reset he cringed visibly she laughed again all the warmth in her laugh like it could embrace someone across the room I don't hate ACS she said I'm an atheist he said a little too loud and they reached out for her hand for a second she held his his hand was much wider than hers and her hands not usually considered dainty looks small and slender next to his I'm not here to push anything on you she said lots of Jews I know are AG as Jews your eyes shine he said how do they do that blood she said they slipped into the affair even though it was not an affair it was never anything to do with losing close it was not that deep sharing of feelings it was almost entirely one sided it was simple like kids slip slightly into her blood and she slips strongly into his thinking she had one or two dreams in which he played a part as a kind of helpful direction giver when lost on a highway dream she was only mildly aware of when she woke up and went to shower for the most part she focused on the congregants who needed comfort and her husband and young son with you amazing brown eyes a doctor however cultivated thoughts of her like a fresh little garden sometimes he pulled out her chart just to re read her basic stats because the numbers brought him something akin to joy Joe I really the numbers lifted his heart in step in his day it was just knowing this person was alive he thought that he had helped her maybe even saved her and now she was out there talking about all this business he did not believe in god she said in this car driving from hospital to home what a word Mike should been made already and its similarity to dog but as he wound through the streets he particularly enjoyed conjuring up the image in his head of some kind of old and glowing man on a leash nothing he believed in such things but he wondered if giving her ACS blood might in fact turned her into an atheist and he felt guilty at the thought but also pleased she could come over to his house and they could browses bookshelves shoulder to shoulder and read sar together or a dash of caramel and then stand on shares an old fashioned hats and drop apples from great heights to the floor he returned to the rabbi's office his mother was not well she had cancer she was in the hospital her illness had little to do with blood or at least not his kind of blood and so he had stood around her hospital room awkward without a task he watched the TV attached to the ceiling with metal straps and hooks the show pointing down upon them he loved his mother even though she seemed to be so private a person he had never understood much about her she only told him on a daily basis about her day I went to the grocery store she would say I got my hair done what else she asked once I ate potato chips she said I talked to her and Sophie about blood she said she hummed thinking about everything I suppose she said and how are you I'm fine he said I bought a radio but what do you mean everything she paused on the phone he could hear unpacking groceries so if it tells me about everything she is thinking and feeling his mother says very interesting and you I so enjoy hearing that so he has to say she said I have been unable to work very much this week he told the rabbi I took two days off makes sense she said she was wearing a navy blue suit maybe because she had attended a funeral or a business meeting the daily workings of a rabbi schedule were highly mysterious to him she was also surrounded by cardboard boxes of donations for a charity drive and it just started sorting items into piles a kid clothing pile and adult clothing pile the book pile a toy pile one help she announced sure he took the free seat she had a pile of books and Lapham is separating them into kids and adult levels are and my son is not doing well either he said settling in he lives of my ex wife he failed algebra he opened a donation box sweaters the rabbi was divvying up her book house but he could tell she was listening she divvied.

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"a few months later" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"a few months later" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"In on the proposal to split the team's home games between the tampa bay area and montreal owner stuart sternberg rejected any possibility that the rays would move montreal permanently to picture opening day and twenty twenty four march in tampa bay a sunny seventy eight degree day ideal for outdoor baseball in a modern intimate ballpark over thirty thousand race fans cheering for their team than a few months later a summer send off game as the team heads to montreal for the remainder of the season sternberg says in a perfect world they tampa bay montreal to city plan with launch in twenty twenty four the orlando man who made headlines after he killed pinky the performing flamingo at busch gardens two years ago is dead forty eight year old joseph corral was hit by a pickup truck as he crossed state road fifty in orange county he shocked park goers in 2017 seventeen by picking up pinkie by his neck throwing her to the ground dust from thousands of miles away responsible for spectacular scenery north florida meteorologists say dust from the sahara desert in africa was picked up by trade winds carried across the ocean and into the gulf that's why sunrises and sunsets seem more colorful in the panhandle tampa bay traffic and weather does moments away with florida's news line chris fox news i'm chris foster president trump leaves today for japan and the g twenty summit where he'll meet separately to talk trade with china's president she he says plan b deal isn't worked out is more tariffs three hundred twenty five billion dollars that i haven't taxed yet it's right for taxation for putting the president on fox business network a border spending bills passed by the house there's fox's rachel sutherland lowy says the funding should be used for humanitarian purposes only not for immigration rates not detention beds not a border wall minority leader kevin mccarthy called the restrictions partisan poison pills they're offering legislation that is misguided and it's purely political the president says democrats provision will make the country and that he veto the bill if it gets to his desk This is Fox News. Central credit union, homeowners traffic.

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"a few months later" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"a few months later" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Just a few months later and even their twenty year old studio engineer, Jeff Emmerick, he quit because he couldn't stand. There fighting all the time and the board on the working with them in the studio anymore. The start of year five after I saw her standing. There was really the Beatles last year together. And this was a song that kicked it off. Joel those sessions would start off very political England was going through a period kind of like today. Everybody was trashing immigrants free trade and England. I those songs would be turned into pop songs. They would be used in the movie let it be which the Beatles owed United Artists under three movie contract. But the album was so bad. It would take almost a year and a half to fix the songs and released to the public. And so the Beatles actual last studio album was Abbey Road and they finished recording. It by August of nineteen sixty nine barely five and a half years after I wanna hold your hand hit number one. Mccartney convinced George Martin producer to come back. And they're sound engineer. Geoff Emmerick album was done simply. So the last memories we had of the Beatles. Would be Abbey Road and not the let it be tapes that at that point. We're still a mess. Of course, let it be came out.

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"a few months later" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"a few months later" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Ninety six point five WDBO your times reported that the FBI sent an investigator posing as an assistant to meet with Trump aide. George popadopoulos twenty sixteen does that does that qualify as spying? I'm not gonna comment on a particular investigative step because that's for the bureau to do. And I'm not in the government any longer, but the FBI dozen spy to begin with the FBI investigates. I don't know whether it's true or not as crazy thing to have to say because any other leader, I would think I would say, that's preposterous. It couldn't possibly be true. There's a footnote in the report that actually makes potentially oblique reference to these tapes where someone in Russia is alerting. I think Michael Cohen in October late October, we stopped the flow of the tapes. I don't know exactly what he means by that. But Muller seems to connected in some way to that allegation. Again, mother didn't say it wasn't. The case she didn't disprove it. But he also didn't establish that it was the case which sending a an investigator undercover to meet with a somebody who is connected to the campaign of they claimed he was later on just a coffee boy that is an extreme step. No, no, it's a reasonable that. That was the guy popadopoulos who was the subject of the information. We got from the Australians that he had talked to the Russians that you sign off on the investor going. I don't remember talking about that particular step of my team. I knew they were trying to see if they could check it out. That's a totally normal step Seaview get somebody close to the person and see if they'll confirm what we heard from the Austrian. All right. They're more of the sanctimony is super patriot. Jim komi? I've said it enough times. Now, somebody needs to tell the sky Jimmy do have the right to remain silent. And every time you open your mouth, and you're lying again. You're gonna get yourself in even more trouble. Now, imagine this. Now, there's three scenarios as it relates to Comi and line because if you look at the newness memo, the Gresley grand memo, and again, we want to see these applications, which we eventually will remember the bulk of information was Hillary Clinton's dirty Russian dossier that even the New York Times suggests was Russian disinformation from the get-go. Now, if you look at the closed door testimony of Bruce or bruiser testified that in August of twenty sixteen he warned everybody that Hillary paid for the dirty dossier that it wasn't verified and Christopher Steele had a political agenda and that he hated Donald Trump. Now, we see ten days out of the signing of the first FIS applications remember on top of the FIS applications verified document, we now know that the dossier is unverified a bowl because the guy that put it together. Christopher Steele, an interrupt. Katori in Great Britain under oath said I have no idea of any of this is true. Maybe fifty fifty I didn't confirm anything. This is just roll intelligence, and he was in a desperate position meeting with the State Department official ten days before the first FIS application that Komi signed. Now, we have rod Rosenstein, we played it many times saying that well, a FIFA that means a career law enforcement official is signing an affidavit to the best and knowledge and experience everything that they're in application is sure there's veer consequences. Remember that? So my point is this so Komi signs the first five application in October two thousand sixteen and he is signing off on the bulk of information that justified the FIS application being the dossier member McCabe said no dossier. No FIS award would have been given. Then now he goes to Trump Tower a few months later in. In January two thousand seventeen and he says to then president elect Trump will it's salacious, but it's unverified. So he either lied in October or allied in January or allied three, you know in all occasions. And now he's saying that the FBI doesn't spy he signed off on a warrant to spy on Carter page and spy on the Trump campaign. But he's a super patriot. Remember him and struck they're all superpatriots, they know better than we the smelly. Walmart shoppers the irredeemable deplorables, those of us that cling to God and guns and bibles and religion. As Obama said anyway, joining us right Now, Dan Bongino, former secret service agent, Fox News legal analyst in his own right? Former NYPD officer and by the way, author of the upcoming book exonerated out in October and Chris Hahn of the formerly successful three affiliate. Chris honcho? It's still there. Oh, you still have how stations last time. It was three. I don't know about a lot of stations. Now. How many I think I'm about eight. You started a podcast called the aggressive progressive that right man, aggressive progressive revolver, you got time use my name come on. How many how many times it? My name come up on your aggressive progressive podcast. I if you for the radio because I'm on a lot of stations day, you're on so. Yeah. So why why are you? It's usually on the radio. So what you do is you basically take my audience that I hand off to you and piss them off about me and your ratings go down to nothing. That's that's really smart strategy. I talked about you. And they want to call in to defend you some of these guys. That's right. What my audience, Dan Bongino? We have the best audience in the history of mankind. No seriously under super loyal. I mean, I've been out of bed with you watch people come up to you, and they say about cartel things. So no, I don't you guys because we love our country. Now, let's let's give Mr. Greta progressive and honesty testing intellectual honesty, standing ready to stand ready. Let's let's ask Chris Hahn of the aggressive progressive podcast. Now, if Komi has the testifying signs off on the first five warrant application to spy on Carter page in the Trump campaign. He's verifying that everything is true. In verified. We now know it's unfair five that he lied then. Or did he lie to President-elect Trump when he said, it's the latest but unverified because those are two contradictory things aren't they they are. But the five warrants to follow Carter page happened long before the Trump campaign FBI I've been following what happened in October two thousand sixteen would be that was the fourth or the third or fourth hour. Let me help you. Chris Chris, let me let me give you facts. Because facts are interesting things, you can't dispute facts, right? The first five application was in October of two thousand sixteen Komi signature was on that one. It was January twenty seventeen when he contradicted. What he signed in October two thousand sixteen by saying it's unverified and salacious. Okay. I disagree. The first five warrant on my go twenty thirteen union. You know, I listen, I hate to say this rush on here. You know, why you can't be on this show much because you just don't keep up. You're not you're not you don't read. Papers. Do you probably watch CNN about he's wasting? Everybody's time. You really played out to him affect any of your listeners can Google in under five seconds. Jim Komi signed the first five in October twenty sixteen that's not open for dispute or interpretation only amongst the idiot class of pundit event. Jim Komi goes up a couple of months later after verify the information is true and tells Donald Trump in January, so let me check January twenty seventeen after October twenty sixty made the last night. Yes. According to every county except Christmas. Yeah. Verifying defies the war and information through they are red therapy ending about you don't know what you're talking just admit, you, Sean, just destroy you. You don't know what you're talking big. You really do. I'm going to help you. I mean, stop digging digging a ditch for yourself. You're going to just dig deep. Why don't you say I got my I got my timeframe wrong, and we'll move on. All right. Well, I'll have to verify my timeframe. Okay. No. You know what? Then we're just going to keep going because you don't know what you're talking about. And if you can't admit certain basic, fundamental dates and a time line. Well, it's I know you what? Then this he watches conspiracy. TV MSNBC believes his brought it the kick back now. He's blaming Friday for his mistake. Then. Sean. Oh my gosh. After they and you brought up an interesting point of your FOX show last night, the FBI actually stamps feeds five applications with the words verified. In other words, Jim Qomi said at one point when he signed off on a warrant that he and his FBI hood authenticated information just months later, he walked into Donald Trump said was salacious and unverified is not open for dispute. I just don't understand why liberals just don't come clean with this. And just take the loss. Spying is a synonym for surveillance in every dictionary on the planet every source on the planet. It's obvious. What happened they got a secret spine more say employed, multiple spies the fond helper as Richard they issued national security letters just hate the loss. Chris stop you eighty million. And you're you're already dad, you're already wanna show on favorite guys. You gotta tell me watch the show last night. Okay. We have a hang on. It was on the show last night. Like other screen you out of hockey game onto watching one. I. Excuse me. What why after you get your brains beaten, and you just sound dumb. Do you just go after the guest personally? Why don't you be nice? Dan was an NYPD officer. He was a secret service officer. He's a close friend of mine. Dan knows more about this than you. Maybe we should be quiet and just listening to Dan. Dan. And I you might you might not believe this. But I love you too, brother. Defended you to people who think you're a real jerk. I'm here, and you know, you do this stuff. And it's really like it gets under my skin. You just you unfamiliar with the facts. I'm sorry. I I I don't hold it personally against you. I'll tell you what we're gonna do. Because Linda loves Chris Han. All right, Linda, vote as a deep abiding like all, right? Linda, who's correct with the time line data myself or Mr. aggressive progressive podcast? You guys are correct. But Chris is very kindly said. I just check might be faction. Okay. How do you not know this like? Told him for two years started a new podcast. He's very busy kids are teenagers. You've got stuff to do. You know, maybe he just missed his ass. With a head the Bates on Monday, sure for Sean, buddy. Budgie? Exactly exactly check. So you know, what we did we unfair because we asked them on Friday, Dan, we should've asked him on Monday. I don't know when you can ask them Monday. I don't know what is your best day that you might remember something call the fact, I remember all the time when I prepared to remember the fact when I'm sure I do know this about Carter page there were multiple FIS awards on corner boards to follow him. Okay. Who got engaged with the Russians on a very high level? Okay. Stop to be concerned harder page, by the way. They don't want. I'm not buying this because Carter page, and I've interviewed if he ever interviewed him have you ever met him?.

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"a few months later" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"a few months later" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"So so so I've listened to you today. Yes. And you're going off on Joe Biden and talking about how corrupt and I I'm listening to you talk about Ukraine and your visceral about that. Yeah. Yeah. I mean to get the I mean, he was holding out on a billion dollars of aid to the Ukraine. For them to fire their prosecutor their prosecutor general, and if they didn't do it they weren't going to get the billion dollars. So he's holding that over their heads. And they're like you you don't have the power to do that. You can't do that. And you make the call see if I can't do that. If I if if I don't have him the news that he's fired by the time, I got on the plane back home. You're not getting your billion dollars. He got fired before Biden got on the plane, and then it turned out the the he that the prosecutor general was was investigating Biden, son. And that's apparently the reason he wanted him fired. What American vice president cares about the prosecutor general of another nation? Pretty corrupt pretty bad stuff. Unbelievably correct now to hear that the the I didn't see the next night show about China. You think that's even worse? It's a lot do. I mean, I might exaggerating all lot worse than that. Yeah. I think that's true. That's true. This happened before Ukraine, if I'm not mistaken this happened before Ukraine, and you in that episode, I show you exactly how Joe Biden's son and John Kerry's, son. So this is this is worse because you have the vice president and the secretary of state there their sons business together, and they start this business as soon as daddy gets, you know, ordained and daddy's vice president, John Kerry, son, and and John Kerry's finance campaign finance guy start this business with Joe Biden sun, they don't have experience in this. Okay. This brand new firm within a year, they're flying to meet with the equivalent of black rock, golden. Goldman Sachs chase J P Morgan all of the biggest account or biggest investment firms in America. All of the biggest ones they're meeting with within a year at the same time. Joe is meeting with the head of state, then few months later, Joe and his son flight China Jogos in meets with the head of state while Joe son meets with the Bank of China. Okay. The Bank fricken China. Incredible. So he goes any meets with the Bank of China. They get a deal that Goldman facts doesn't even have the Bank of China, which is the official government run Bank gives them. What was it one point five billion dollars to Joe son's firm? Just a you can invest this. Anyway, you want and then you see how did they invest it? The first thing they invested in was a nuclear power company in China run by the government that was being investigated at the time openly investigated by the FBI force force bribing our people to get the secrets from our nuclear officials. Okay. That's who they the first one they invest in. They are they then send people to jail in America, the FBI arrest Americans who've accepted bribes from this company trying to get nuclear secrets it's out there convicted, and Joe Biden, and John Kerry sons still remain in business with that. And they go a step further. They then go into an remember the name of the aerospace company, but it is the Chinese government aerospace. They make all of their military equipment. They decide to invest in that company, and they were they have all this money, and they invest in they by that company. And then they're like, you know, what we need to do. We need to buy this American company. There's this really good American company that makes this anti-vibration stuff. It's really good. It's an automotive company. Not exactly it's dual use. Yes. You can use that. But it's also really really good for like fighter planes. So they by this American company, and they put it over there. Now, by the way, the company that bought the American company the Joe Biden investment company. The Chinese aerospace company had just been accused and charged in the United States for stealing. Our stealth bomber technology. All of this is happening while Joe Biden, and John Kerry are negotiating with China. One point five billion dollars an access to the Chinese government money to affirm that just started with three kids running it. Holy cow. A great turn of fortune there. Yeah. Yeah. It must've showed a lot of promise. So Mike Mike question is when you see the Ukraine when you see China, wait, and do you've got to watch the I will if and if you wanna.

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"a few months later" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:38 min | 3 years ago

"a few months later" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Good afternoon and welcome aboard. Happy Thursday to you John McGuinness weekend. Newsradio PK. Hope you're having a great day. There's just so much going on today where to begin obviously, we're going to begin with the tragedy that is just a horrific sad development. And I think one that did not need to happen down Newman and Stanislas county. Details coming out, and I I hate to tell you this. But when I first learned to this story and saw the image of the person believed to be responsible for the shooting death of the Newman police officer. My first thoughts were is this person that is known to the system. In other words, is this somebody for whom there was some knowledge of his his behavior in the past, and therefore some expectation that the system would work to to minimize the likelihood of him coming back and engaging in this kind of horrific capital offense. And then secondarily, I'm curious about the immigration status. Now, we don't know the. The details of his criminal history. We don't know his name. And there's no need for us to know this juncture. Yeah. Obviously it is known or believed to be known by the people who are looking for him in artist. And I have every confidence that that he will be caught and as sheriff christianson promised caught arrested and brought to Justice, that's the expectation. But how sad is it? When you see again, we don't know for sure the the full extent of what this person has done during his time in the US. But we do know that he was here illegally is that a precursor is that an indicator that he's likely to involved in this kind of conduct. Now, it certainly is not, but it's not without legitimate observation or notice that a significant number of California law enforcement officer who pay who paid the ultimate sacrifice died at the hands of people in the country illegally. That's a fact especially in recent years. So it is part of why you have to have accountability. And why it's necessary that at some point. Immigration enforcement has got to move to the fore in terms of protecting the the people in this sovereign nation. For his immigration status. I have no idea. Obviously this juncture how long he's been here. I can tell you that the general scenario the run down in terms of what took place it was a DUI stop suspected DUI stop Wednesday morning. Very very early Wednesday morning. Officials said the suspect has been identified, but the suspect, of course, is not that the name is not being released the. The evidence indicates that he officer observed the suspect and something about his behavior indicated that he was operating the goal under the influence of alcohol. So the officer officers saying corporal, saying actually did broadcast the fact that he was making the stop very few months later, he broadcast that shots had been fired information now has been developed that indicates there was an exchange of gunfire between and among the the suspect in the officer which had not been previously known the wounded officer was taken to a local hospital where of course, succumbed to his injuries. The the suspect drove away from the scene and a grey extended cab Dodge Ram pickup before responding officers. Arrived on the scene that truck was found around three fifteen yesterday in the the twenty six thousand block of river road just outside the city of no one has according to the sheriff's department. The detectives research serving a search warrant at a mobile home park. Which is about four and a half miles from the scene of the traffic stop in the deadly shooting where they found the truck in a garage. So obviously, they have some good intelligence information is going to very likely lead them to his whereabouts. But as. He remains in the wind the his conduct before. And I mean immediately prior to the stop and the shooting was he purchased to twelve packs of beer, along with the pack of cigarettes at a convenience store nearby. And of course, this is the subject of a a blue alert now, especially concentrated in the area. Stanislas Bruce said, San Joaquin and Santa Clara counties. So there must be information to suggest that that he has a particular likelihood of being one in one of those areas. And again, I have every confidence that that he will be captured. Let's play a little sound from sheriff christianson that he shared at a press conference today. This suspect, unlike Ron. Who immigrated to this country lawfully and legally to pursue his lifelong career of public safety public service and being a police officer. This suspect is in our country illegally. He doesn't belong here. He's a criminal. We will find him. We will arrest him. And we will bring him to Justice. I I believe that. And I and I think the the the rage and the heartbreak that you can clearly detect in the the voices of both the sheriff. And the police chief is to be expected. It gets so fatiguing to have the same people in and out of the system and people like corporal, saying who go out and work their beats in the middle of the night and provide that that first line of defense for the public literally this this is a graphic illustration of the fact that it oftentimes comes at their own personal sacrifice. But certainly the the suggestion or the knowledge of the risk of that reality is very much. They're on their minds all the time yet they overcome that and protect their communities. They take the first step to identify people who are predisposed to behave in this fashion. And then take the proper course of action the courts the the entirety. The Justice system is set up in such a way as to ensure to the greatest extent possible that Justice can be served in the. Society the public at large. Can be protected from people who show their propensity to engage engage in violent crime. So if you're not frustrated if you're not angered by this development, ISIS, I suggest you need to pay a little more attention to it. If somebody is as a one often they've never done anything bad in their life before they just snap and they commit an egregious crime. Okay. That's that can happen. But when they have been in the system, and there are a known quantity, and they're out able to offend again. And again, and again, and ultimately deprive society stellar citizen. This is a young man who has the sheriff pointed out wanted very much to be a police officer in the United States of America. He came to this country legally pursued and obtained citizenship. He's trilingual he worked diligently as I'm told to. Perfect his his conversational English. And this was his third language, and and get to the point that he could actually function in that capacity where he could make clear articulate, understandable, radio transmissions and communicate with people under stressful conditions. So that's the effort expanded. That's what he put into the into his efforts to be who he was and all of that taken in a moment and a violent encounter with somebody who frankly was here without the benefit of law thoughts nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty eight hundred eighty three or four fifteen thirty. We're conversation. Your calls coming up after this don't go away.

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