17 Burst results for "A. R."
"a. r." Discussed on WTVN
"Citizens in all the pictures show them with A. R. slung over the guys in three piece suits with a bow shoulder holsters and they said that when the when the protesters showed up they just kind of looked down the street and saw a thousand armed citizens and decided maybe they want to go there and start troubles I thought that was great no shots fired no damage no anything and if they want to peacefully protest that good but these are the folks the flooded done to get back in their first meeting fans and and I just rumored there's twisted sister was playing in the background right J. C. finally we talk about guns you know I mean we Hey we're so side tracked these days with all the the the political chaos one of our listeners Tom and that this goes back I'm ashamed to say the beginning of may he had written us and asked us to do another week or to talk about different shopkins for youth so specifically he has a seven year old and his life in them he he was a little bit concerned with the link to pull some of the seconds out there so we said I said you know what there is some awesome things out there so we do a little research on what check under good for a for the little guys in girls and shot guns that will stay with them I mean one of my favorite bands of all time still to this day is my Remington eight seventy youth model with a shorter length of pull in twenty gauge is still when I favor guns you still have the bar graph in your office yeah when you were trying to earn money yeah to make that or to buy that and at the top we knew was a picture of it yeah I know still migrate hi I thought it was figuration are going to charge me too with the but the eight seventy was true yeah is it a full to this day with the bluing today see what you find out there what what's out there for for that though the ones just getting started well if you look at the stars the let's go back to some basics and and take a look I mean what is the use shotgun well usually the little ones their arms are a little bit shorter would make and I like you to define link the whole lot of people don't know what what that agency L. O. P. initials and what is that if you take your arm you bend it up at a ninety degree angle where the bulk of the shock and would fit right where your forearm in your in in your hubris what were your rapport army in that band right there to be there for your trigger finger but not the entire tips just to the last joint line that distance is called the length the whole and for most adults adults shot guns that like this between fourteen fourteen and three quarter inches it varies by manufacturer but there you go nowadays people are bigger and you can get spacers are add ons or slip on pads to make it longer but that's kind of standard for the industry fourteen forty nine and three quarters part at all other children have little shorter arms so you can actually get shorter lengths of pull from ham up the third two thirteen and three eight thirteen three age is pretty much standard in that range thirteen to thirty but you can get a pen and a half to thirteen shorter length of pull alive because they can hold onto their shoulder and be able to reach the trigger comparably thanks a lot of people don't realize is there's not as really as strong as we are so what they do is manufacturers make shorter barrels so twenty four inches would be about the awful part of the slang for a you've got a lot of other make your guns along the twenty twenty one inch twenty two inch is very common up to twenty four inches that longer barrel it's just harder for them to hold another mistake that people make it thick enough I'll get a port town because they have so much less recoil portended experts shop going to put up such a small box pattern and left college and.
"a. r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"A. R. and over three hundred other stations just on social media yesterday the number of people it said well you know I I'm gonna get the twelve hundred Bucks but I really don't want to because I may have to pay taxes on it by the end of the year now you don't have to but that mindset still seems to be there that I won't take the money because I'll spend it now and won't save the amount if I had to pay taxes on it down the road this is the kind of like so I'm gonna be given something for free but since I have to be disciplined and can't take the whole thing I'm really sort of ticked off about getting it because it's a hassle because I know that I'll just spend it all now and won't save anything and then I got to pay taxes on it down which you don't have to this is and and I even told a couple of people yesterday you have to pay taxes on it it's a on the stimulus par on stimulus part of it right right it's it's not it's not taxable right made it clear well you never know hello LOL and then move on well I just say okay more on and then I move on I don't want to because a lot of these people are are if I if I don't mind the business yet if you if you don't want the money then don't take the money I guess you could send it back I don't know write a check well yeah by the way you can write a check if you write the check yourself and put it in savings it will it will gain zero percent interest and then next year when it comes to tax time you'll be more than prepared right I mean if you're right worried about taking the money don't take it just set it aside and pretend like you didn't take it what the and that's the point with the I am someone disciplined and I know I've recognized talent discipline I am but I'll just spend the whole thing now all right and if I had to pay taxes on it I wouldn't be able to pay taxes and so then I said but you don't have to pay I actually wrote this but you don't have to pay taxes on it mmhm you know it's it's a it's like a tax rebate it's likely getting a refund yeah yeah yeah so which is it even though this isn't your money right it's being played as if if your money yeah but that could change they they could they could change down the road well it's funny because I I Babylon be I think it was a couple of days after it was signed I think it was probably that weekend or or the or early the the following week the headline was millions and millions of Americans are really really excited to get the bail out that they're paying for to get you know again the chart that they're paying for it they're basically writing to themselves nobody thinks of it that way but of course we're putting the burden on future generations at some point yes we that could change by the way yeah because if we keep spending at this rate then we're going to have to start paying for it yeah you're right I mean that day you you made that point last week when we thought well maybe it's only gonna be your children and grandchildren but if we keep spending you know we start spending five or six trillion every three months for the next year well only we may have to start paying for it ourselves yes we may be forced to do it so just be careful you know or let's not be too hard on the Chinese now we may need them to pay for more of it of this odd Tom Smith real clear politics dot com because this is you think about this this is this is really a consideration something that we've talked about but I just like the way that he wrote it sometimes people can say the same things as as we do but they write it in a different way which just to make comes across better than I might even Satan deliberately closing down the economy which has never been done before has created a more infectious possibly more lethal disease than coal bed nineteen let's call it the stress virus for the stress pandemic there can be no vaccine there is only one cure more jobs or economic growth federal state and local government should immediately begin to open the economy conditions and state cities localities very state local officials should act accordingly and with a clear got a goal remove restrictions as fast as prudently possible the United States in the world have gone to war with covert nineteen just weeks ago little was now a known about this mysterious virus when the news broke it was accompanied by apocalyptic predictions untold millions of infections and deaths the threat seems obvious the focus was clear do everything possible as soon as possible to diminish the number of fatalities the main thrust encourage people isolate themselves almost overnight this appeal swiftly morphed into a demand in the economy was essentially shut down by government fiat as we learn more about the virus and the models began to take this knowledge into account the projection rates of infections and deaths declined dramatically from two point two million projected deaths in the United States alone to about two hundred forty thousand worldwide this but in a few weeks it's fair to ask and the answer may be I noble what was the last drop dire modeling due to social distancing over the models all wrong this much is known however the world economy has never been closed for any reason and the effects of the economic the virus are painfully obvious massive unemployment massive business closures massive wealth destruction closing the world economy has subjected the world population to unprecedented stress until a few weeks ago especially in the United States I Fuge number of those now employed unemployed some seventeen million and counting never and this is true never entertain the slightest idea that they would ever lack a job right the now out of the blue they have been forcibly idled worried about paying the rent paying the mortgage paying tuition to say their lives have been disrupted is an understatement the stress for them are is the norm is night and day it is unprecedented in only weeks the wealth destruction has been massive overnight for one K.'s another retirement plans down dramatically this will seriously impact how millions of people live the rest of their lives this is on their minds night and day the stress is unprecedented suddenly in businesses were ordered to shut down no business starts.
"a. r." Discussed on 600 WREC
"I should wear it they think somebody is lying to me and as soon as people think the government's lying to them especially the pandemic that's when things start to break down you know it's interesting and it wasn't just him before that people were saying masks don't work you don't need masks including to the doctor's relying on right now I got some masks it's just like when they say you don't need an A. R. fifteen I went out and bought an A. R. fifteen when you're telling me we don't need masks and yet everyone took that I know in the medical field when they're dealing the patients they may have it issues at the wearing masks even surgical mask it never made any sense to me so I should wear a mask that's just absurd but here's what I want to talk about on the economy why is it that when a pandemic happens like this everybody becomes a central government deficit spending socialist in other words we have businesses today better mitigating and that are open grocery stores we have even government offices the post office pharmaceutical companies fast food drive thru Americans are filled with ingenuity tell them you want to mitigate certain things I can beat that need to be done why not give some of these businesses a chance some of the small but even these restaurants computer so many things that they can do instead of the idea that we're going to substitute the private sector in economic activity with massive spending bills over and over and over again is crazy it isn't it it seems so contrary to the American ideal you we put a man on the moon we harness the Adam in yet now we're being told actually what we need to do to solve this if you need a power in your homes and we need to shut down all the businesses in in it's so frustrating when you see these officials go would just discard things like the constitution discard that they need to have any sort of physical sanity now what I actually think when the government goes and shut down your business the government ought to make you whole but that's not what Congress did they had a tiny little portion.
"a. r." Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A. R. warned that the corona virus outbreak may slow buyer traffic and that it's difficult to determine how it could impact future sales I'm in Kate's for the income tax filing deadline has been pushed to July fifteenth treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin says all taxpayers and businesses will have this additional time to file and make payments without interest or penalties president trump said that if people are expecting refunds they should go ahead and file now so they can get their refund from the IRS more quickly so for this year at least April fifteenth is not the deadline I'm Evan handing from Bloomberg world headquarters in New York I'm Doug prisoner the U. S. equity market dropped today and finished its worst week since the global financial crisis volume is very heavy due to the expiration of options and futures contracts more than eighteen and a half billion shares traded through the day we had dire warnings about the economic impact of the corona virus pandemic as governments move to keep people at home the S. and P. was down more than four point three percent on the day and over the course of the week the indexes lost fifteen percent in today's session the Dow was off four and a half percent the nasdaq composite dropped three point eight percent Senate Majority Leader McConnell said he wants to pass a massive stimulus bill by Monday the legislation is expected to top one trillion dollars however treasury secretary Mnuchin called the bill too small the fed announced a coordinated action to keep dollar liquidity ample around the world the fed also expanded its money market operation to include some municipal debt crude oil tumbled eleven percent in New York trading on reports Russia has raised output could be a sign of Russia's commitment to a price war with Saudi Arabia at the same time the oil regulator in Texas has been invited to address the OPEC meeting in June crude oil settled New York trading at twenty two forty three Walmart said it stepping up worker bonuses and hiring during the corona virus outbreak more from Bloomberg Vinny del ju dice the giant retailer says it plans to dole out five hundred fifty four million dollars in early in special bonuses as much as three hundred dollars a pop the reward employees running in overdrive to keep stores stocked up with food and other vital supplies Walmart also says it plans to hire an additional one hundred fifty thousand hourly workers a move that could help buffer the sudden increase in unemployment any doubt judicial Burke radio today shares in Walmart were down four and a half percent global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalist and analyst in more than one hundred twenty countries this is Bloomberg his best insight in the context of the market value added Mrs news reports out thousands of news stories today but some really stick with you it's a great way to catch up on some of the stories you might have missed on the Bloomberg stories you're.
"a. r." Discussed on KTRH
"In campaigns these days we see it from every every corner and I think what he was saying there is I'm not going to allow somebody to stern to distort my record I'm gonna be crystal clear about where I stand that's not what he said at all he said you're full of blank and he said I'm gonna take your A. outside and then discussed his defense of his attacks on the A. R. fourteens it's on video sweetheart it's on video you guys really need to stop trying to say things didn't get sadder things did not happen when they are videotaped free also he also referred to a machine gun or did he say sub machine gun I was listening and I thought what I don't have I don't have the full transcript in front of me but I am but he probably did a lot of them courses off Mike there are several different is kind of low level but I mean he's talking about a machine gunnery on the minuses sub machine gun he was it that quitting it to an act to the A. R. fourteen therefore seventeen god which I I you know if you don't take down a four hundred pound feral hog with a single shot well apparently didn't but he did the kid that brought it down to single shot but I don't think that's the kind of weapon was used no no you know I mean he continues to say well you do need a hundred rounds you need a hundred rounds for something you know that it is suggesting that nobody needs to have any kind of a semi automatic rifle rifle with a high capacity he just said it only to shoot one or two at a time if you're if you're any kind of a shot as if that's what this is all about the second amendment didn't limit the number of bullets you got to fire if indeed you are threatened by anything or anybody particularly when you look at the wording of the second amendment and if we are talking about the need to fight back as a militia against any kind of threat foreign or domestic we'll get into that more that as we continue to but right now it's five twenty seven let's get into the markets what can we expect today is the roller coaster ride gonna continue your score well it's been such a wild week Bob good morning well futures are tumbling.
"a. r." Discussed on WJR 760
"A. R. got to stop I got to stop got a question but I want to say thank you to see right now I came in here he wasn't in the last segment because he was a garden trying to get his voice back yeah that was a hell of a in Milton all right man and I just have to ask you are you still going on that cruise yeah yeah yeah I'm gonna make about when this occurs leave Monday I'm gonna make a bet you you're at fifty fifty right now that that thing gets canceled before you get on hi better not cancel I know you want to go they better not because I've never been anywhere they better not because we're going to go for you you'll be you'll have both the skipper in Marianna right the rest of the night they're not even showing reruns of love boats they were going to lose somebody for a month next week cities go in on a secret tomorrow's gonna it'll be fine it'll be fine if you like when Elvis Presley went into the army and they knew it was going into the army so colonel Parker had to make like four movies yeah right what is so that it made it seem like he was still here while I was in the army because it just released movies connected to a bunch of songs get on out of a locked drawer in the back of the net it was open and it will just keep saying thanks to CD for that song yeah we haven't seen him in awhile we have on the phone we got our **** new nickname will be no see the chips and I mean the only show that has a guy who's voluntarily going on through everybody else is pulling them in coming into the station our guys are going on a cruise it is show in radio but it was I think you booked before this all this did you know yeah like last night I just booked a member what we want yeah they got a good deal you wanna believe me if he was paying forty to ask for his money back I would be going you will be no carnival you just don't touch the railing I'm not touching around anything from a salad bar it doesn't have a mouth guard over these guard duty CSI from postmortem any brown you have an issue that issue for those who voted today I like myself and Michelle you know it's good you get a badge when you let me I didn't get a badge I got a base today and a lot of people I talked to were upset about this bad most want to know your feelings on it you can't have any campaign material anywhere near the polling us on our feet or whatever you can admire stuff well when I got my bad that put up that now for me until I turn of right that up when I read it it says I voted women's votes count and that's a bunch of women yeah but the cartoon when right but if you're you know you're not any party your the Election Commission or whatever he will be straight down the middle is that offensive to you see that's what a lot of people how fast can you do suffragette city why are they given this out I mean what's the what I think is there it's not the end of suffrage I mean what I think is a hundred year anniversary women bows out anything without twenty.
"a. r." Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"A. R. complied check them out because those are often what you would pay for we've gone away for over twenty days parked our car in either New Jersey or in Massachusetts depending on where we were at the time and the cost of the hotel room and the parking is it just for the package was like at half the price of just a parking along heavy gone somewhere else to park I mean I have gotten the most amazing deals so look for those kinds of things people because you really can save a lot of money so for somebody who wants to fly in and maybe wants to gather up people from the region or maybe from Saint Louis or Dallas or New York or is somewhere out west and have them all come together plus Chicago's only like eighty miles from Milwaukee people so if you've got people all over the map central spot have everybody come and meet you saves you time saves you money and certainly wear and tear on your body but when you do that you're going to be interested in you know what can you do like working lunches for us or you know what can you do for us and so we've got about a minute and a half that I know what do you do for companies and individuals that you know are coming with the group behind them to make this say you work for them in the food department okay so like we have a bunch of different meeting rooms of all different sizes and like we've got a grand ballroom this lots of people were getting married we can talk we can cater for that as well our banqueting menus in fact this week we just rolled out sixteen new different varieties banqueting menus that are you told me that you up to your neck in doing the new mayor right like sixteen different types of menus so because for an airport hotels I thought that the banqueting menus beget offer you like a tour of the world almost so we took the the most authentic dishes from various different countries and put them structure together and you can choose you can choose any one of them okay so I have a customer design like across the menu according to whatever you would like we we we work with everybody to make sure that people got exactly what they want I had a cat the the the best of everything I have two questions sure all right so question number one sometimes when I go away for any length of time and I am in a food environment that is very different from what I am accustomed to at home I can't wait to get home and have New York style pizza not that a pizza that they call pizza that has nothing to do with pizza that you find in other parts of the world so as a I need my pizza B. I need my Asian food and desi sometimes I need meatloaf and mac and cheese yep I just how it is so among those sixteen menus is there anything that caters to all any of that I need the food baby hardy about well that's very good news yep now you said you had a lot of international dish dash destinations I'm going to ask you a crazy one one of them might not be Hungarian food what it not yet but I mean that's on the cards so you sold sixteen was like more kind of mainstream but I mean does the potential obviously for another sixteen Mara Mara Mara you know there's no limit you know somebody said to me who I thought was very wise a couple decades ago when we were having a conversation about why people why Americans don't travel to certain places that they travel a lot to other places and not all of them being convenience our closest to home or whatever but somebody said to me one of the reasons that Mexico got so popular as a destination for travelers was because there's so many restaurants that serve Mexican food that people were accustomed to the menus are custom and they know what to expect pretty much when they got to Mexico and now you flip that and that you could hard to find the Hungarian restaurant anywhere in the United States and that's one of the reasons that eastern European destinations have some struggle because people don't know what to expect when they.
"a. r." Discussed on WDRC
"M. A. R. or storyline pilots fly jets yeah first off I would encourage anyone and everyone to go out and fly it takes a lot of discipline and dedication and hard work but my problem with drones is that years ago we're coming into San Francisco about two thousand feet above the ground and about four miles up from the roadway and we had to take evasive evasive action unless the ground with a hundred and fifty five people on board I agree with that I agree with that threat so tell me this when the gentleman who called in earlier said can I fly under the currency wing that is two hundred feet should I be able to fly in my own backyard that was the question posed and when he said he understands the limitation on height even if we had to put I mean look I don't think it would be that tough to wire up a circuit to say that in because most of the drones had some kind of GPS connected into miss well say this strong cannot go more than two hundred feet average height above ground so if you limit people do that and if those are the rules now and I don't I I you may not be able to tell the difference on the ground between two hundred and two hundred and fifty feet but the drone pilot that you almost ran into and I'm glad you survived could certainly tell the difference between two hundred and two thousand feet don't you think yes Sir they're not they're analyze our problem as if people would comply with the rules as they are you know ten to three hundred feet of the ground is just fine as long or not another risk right I don't I don't want people putting lives at risk for a hobby certainly not it but you don't have any objection is as long as we have sensible restrictions right sensible restrictions but just like gun laws you have to have law abiding citizens that abide by the laws that there's our problem I agree with you there I mean look and and but but what I don't want to do is what has you seen she brought of guns is what the anti gunners constantly want to do they want to punish law abiding citizens even ones that very much already follow the rules that aren't even rules I mean a lot of states one have rules on locking up your guns I already lock up my guns yeah and and and I believe my experience has been responsible people are responsible already here responsible people don't give a damn about the laws and won't be affected by them so by passing laws to a large extent doesn't do any good because it only controls are responsible people and the irresponsible people are still are responsible and I think the same thing would apply to drones would not you're you're exactly right the FAA has has rules and that in effect at this point where if people are blinded by those I have to prove that whatsoever but our problem once again is that we have people that just cannot abide by the laws just the same as I've I've been hit by laser small declines in their little boy do I hate that you know Chris I I can't tell you how many stories about that I've covered where some idiot on the ground decides to try to do something that he thinks is funny and he if he's too stupid or on his own to realize that that laser can blind you either temporarily enough to crash the plane or or could do permanent damage derived and as a pilot you depend on your eyeballs right your debt yep just faced with a situation where you can't fix stupid well but what you can if you can have really tough penalties for stupid and one of the tough penalties I'd like to see for stupid as public shaming not just a fine not not just time in jail I would like to see people in fact I'll tell you what I've got an idea I'll throw this doesn't cost saving have every judge who catches somebody doing something like that say you're going to stand at the airport every Saturday and every Sunday with a an A. board sign on your shoulders it tells everybody I almost crashed a plane and killed the people and have them stand there for five weeks in a row I think I might get.
"a. r." Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"A. R. I just wanted to touch on not something with the virus yeah I guess very good call your code is nineteen now and I retired army I served three tours in Korea who is US army giveaway who you with all right currently I work for while I'm I'm I'm still a federal employee I don't know but who you with which which part of the who you with I was very I corps I was a truck mechanic wrecker operator very good very good thank you anything that runs on fuel basically goes up and down the road regardless what I wanted to mention was not you know if the south Koreans are extremely cautious with buyers and spreading eight they were other surgical mask right everyone when it gets cold there wearing a mask it's just amazing how about this is not turning out because not all right I had this crazy theory the other day and now I I you're you're like basically touching on it but think about the population in China think about how many folks and they are under receive that you know I I I the strange doing years ago and she said thank you they forcibly are aboard you know population correct is this a Holocaust feet female babies in China because of the the one filed route absolutely yeah so I mean it's a crazy idea it's not right I'll think about it all all the terror right now also what what is the what what is your theory Rick would you spit out your theory well my experience are you know they still got twenty people left the runner country weather traffic it wreaked out throughout the planet now so you're you're being kind of up to use you're not getting to the point so what do you think happened what is your theory Rick wow spit it out not to the man who hates consumers one hundred we are determined to deliver it really okay so you think the Chinese Communist Party is so confident in that capacity to control a biological agent that they did this deliberately because one thing and some people said this and it's not out of the realms of possibility that this is an accident from biological weapons facility in that region but you think they did it deliberately and that they think they can control this Rick I don't think they control you control it but I'm I agree with you I but but for this to very to have legs they have to think that vacant control it do you think that's a realistic theory do you think the Chinese communist party's so deluded that not only would they willfully release an agent into their own population but that they actually think they could control its spread so members of the party and others and the people who they value would not die as a result because that's a that's a big leak my friend R. well I mean when it comes down to it you know and it when a regime is desperate you think about it this is not going to make a dent in their population even the losses that they've had now yeah look I I've said it before is that in a you know a hundred times in the last fourteen months we've had this show I love up conspiracy theories I have a whole bookshelf of conspiracy suit very tomes in my basement but I love them as entertainment and entertainment alone because there's a reason they called conspiracy theories and alt conspiracy facts so let's wait and see even even as evil a communist regime is trying to I find hard to posit the reality that they would do this deliberately and believe they could control it accidentally it look it happened it happened multiple times in the Soviet Union that NBC weapons facilities have leaks and the people dive you saw what happened in travel bill through arrogance not through any deliberate measure of sabotaging VAT plant but at the end of the day let's.
"a. r." Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"A. R. I just wanted to touch on not something with the virus yeah I guess your call your code is nineteen now and I yeah I served three tours in Korea who is well US army yeah who who you with all right currently I work for while I'm I'm I'm still a federal employee no but who you with which which part of the who you with all I was very I corps I was a truck mechanic wrecker operator very good very good thank you anything around them the basically goes up and down the road regardless what I wanted to mention was not you know in the south Koreans are extremely cautious with buyers and spreading eight they were other surgical mask right everyone when it gets cold there wearing a mask it's just amazing how god is not turning out because not all right I had this crazy theory the other day and now I I you're you're like basically touching on it but think about the population in China think about how many folks and they have not received it you know I I I did experience you years ago and she said thank you they forcibly are aboard you know copulation correct is this a Holocaust feet female babies in China because of the the one filed route absolutely yeah so I mean it's a crazy idea it's not right I'll think about it all all the church right now also what what is the what what is your theory Rick would you spit out your theory well my theory is not you know they still got plenty of people left the runner country weather traffic get reeked out throughout the planet now so you're you're being kind of up to use you're not getting to the point so what do you think happened what is your theory Rick wow how long spit it out not to the man who hates consumers laboratory possibly I could have been a deliberate done really okay so you think the Chinese Communist Party is so confident in that capacity to control a biological agent that they did this deliberately because one thing and some people said this and it's not out of the realms of possibility that this is an accident from biological weapons facility in that region but you think they did it deliberately and that they think they can control this Rick I don't think they control it you control it but I I agree with you I but but for this to very to have legs they have to think that vacant control it do you think that's a realistic theory do you think the Chinese communist party's so deluded that not only would they willfully release an agent into their own population but that they actually think they could control its spread so members of the party and others and the people who they value would not die as a result because that's a that's a big leak my friend well I mean when it comes down to it you know and now it whenever she in that desperate you think about it this is not going to make a dent in their population even the losses that they right now yeah look I I've said it before is that in a you know a hundred times in the last fourteen months we've had this show I love up conspiracy theories I have a whole bookshelf of conspiracies fruit very terms in my basement but I love them as entertainment and entertainment alone because there's a reason they called conspiracy theories and alt conspiracy fact so let's wait and see even even as evil a communist regime is China I find hard to pose with the reality that they would do this deliberately and believe they could control it accidentally look it happened it happened multiple times in the Soviet Union that NBC weapons facilities have leaks and that people died you saw what happened in travel bill through arrogance not through any deliberate measure of sabotaging VAT plant but at the end of the day let's get some more facts HM thank you Rick and thank you so much for your service back to your calls on eight three three three three Gorka G..
"a. r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"He's always there is no news news station eighty A. R. news now it's three thirty and Becky Lynn and here is our top story he T. A. R. well because of a coding problem with an app that was being used for reporting the vote the results of last night's Iowa caucuses are just now coming in not all the precincts have reported in though only about sixty two percent at this point your voice your vote twenty one hours later and after some major technical difficulties were getting the first results from yesterday's Iowa caucuses with information from sixty two percent of the precincts it appears to have been a good night or former mayor people to judge and Vermont senator Bernie Sanders with Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren and former vice president Biden rounding out the second tier ABC news political director Rick possible so if this if this order of finish for these percentages are going to be the final ones in Iowa but again that that would appear to be pretty good news if your people to judge and Bernie Sanders on would that be in a in a pretty close battle for number one depending on what else happens in the other outstanding caucus sites and again that's only sixty two percent of the precincts we are waiting on results from the other thirty eight percent as for the candidates they've made their way on to New Hampshire for that state's primary one week from today with continuing coverage of the Iowa caucuses Terry Alden or ABC news president trouble become only the second president in U. S. history to deliver a state of the union address after being impeached by the house the other Bill Clinton in nineteen ninety nine valley political expert Stan Barnes says even though the Senate is expected to work with the president tomorrow he can't imagine a more tension filled environment the senators and and members of Congress they too we'll we'll be looking and and acting differently because the impeachment you can hear the president's state of the union address live here on K. T. A. R. news beginning at seven o'clock tonight continuing coverage on K. T. A. ours investigation into Arizona firefighters denied healthcare coverage while battling cancer happening right now firefighters are filling a Senate Appropriations Committee at the state capitol this afternoon this meeting holds the fate of the bill that would fix the loopholes in the current law making it you're a beautiful for cities to cover firefighters to pay for firefighters cancer treatment time now for traffic let's check in with the two a day and in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you regular wear off and not stumbling for a change I don't have any freeway crashes but I got a bunch going on in the service treat and we do have some extra minutes you're freeway so let's start with a few rides on twenty nine minutes northbound I. seventeen from the split north to Peoria twenty five minutes west bound one of one Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard west the seventy Fifth Avenue thirteen minutes going northbound on the fifty one from make down north to bell road and the also looking at slowing on the I ten was bound from the state route fifty one west out to just passed over rice most of the moderate slowing go not like I said service street racks twenty fourth street south of Rozier Central Avenue north of Bethany home road Dobson in Warner a stray a parkway north of Elliott and also restrictions of it cave creek ranch of all the drive the traffic report brought.
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"A. R. news KTAR indepth this morning we've been telling you more about the plummeting numbers at the border in it let's get into why it may be the case that's going on that I think there's a lot of factors at play but I think also part of this really is other countries it making sure that we don't see as many people at the border here and of course those countries are to the south of us because that's where the that's where the influx has been coming in from the south so we were just reporting last week that the entire U. S. southern border saw numbers fall like a lead balloon since may when this this new policy was was installed by the trump administration and as a matter of fact more than fifty five hundred asylum seekers were returned to Mexico to wait for hearings through November so the border patrol said the traffic plunged after asylum seekers really learned they couldn't stay in the U. S. while their cases wound through court now we're getting some more localized numbers here and on the Arizona border with Mexico specially in the southwestern part of the state what's known as the Yuma sector as the border patrol the patrol designation for that area illegal border crossings have also plummeted we have seen a an amazing drop border arrests on Arizona's western border have fallen ninety four percent ninety four percent between may and October that's in it I I I I. incredible amount what a difference and the national border patrol council president Brandon Judd recently told us why those numbers are falling back if we got rid of the catcher that is the main magnet it allows people to the United States because of them cross the border illegally and as long as the catch release isn't there then people have to cross the border in try to bait apprehension and whenever that happens get much lower numbers of people crossing the border illegally so basically it brand judges is reiterating that the head of the border patrol unions re entering what the border patrol itself is saying it's a case of asylum seekers getting returned to the south to south of our border they're not allowed to stay in the U. S. in most cases B. N. and as we have said many many times we don't have enough immigration judges so people go in front of a judge you know get their initial hearing and then they're asked to return you know sometimes years later is when their actual you know case comes up in front of an immigration just because we have so few immigration judges and so they just they just become a part of the American landscape and there's no incentive for them to give that up right so Mexico has is also kind of crackdown on their southern border and while they are also allowing people who turn themselves in to authorities there to get temporary jobs in southern Mexico most people are deciding it was seen this with these big caravans coming up from the south most of that bit the big caravan latest one anyway decided let's just stay on the of the on that side of the Guatemalan border is that you try to seek asylum in the US because they'd rather stay there trying get into the U. S. instead of end up staying in Mexico five forty eight now K..
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"Thanks now continuing now with our in depth look at the year ahead we're going to once again visit the twenty twenty real estate forecast summit held by an A. R. recently in Washington DC at that event I spoke to the immediate past president of an A. R. Johns maybe real tore with a diner realty in Edina Minnesota and I asked John about the positive effects of today's ultra low mortgage interest rates absolutely give the people an opportunity of all levels to get an American dream of homeownership because those mortgage interest rates as low as they are can mean either a lower monthly payment on your mortgage or people who thought they had a certain ceiling in price might be able to stick with the same payment and go higher correct and absolutely and I think we've seen a and also some of the regulations to get a mortgage and all of the two thousand and five up to two thousand ten some of those regulations have kind of made a little bit easier for people to qualify to and that's very important that's wonderful yeah kids of mortgages are more accessible to more people we have more home sales we have more home owners across American and especially helps that that entry level buyer interesting and Sir John as we look ahead we also have the advantage of home price appreciation moderating somewhat it's not going up as quickly as it was how about that well I I again is that you know price growth moderation you know it's only the old saying real stays local depends on where you are but sustainable price increases are you know in that five percent range I think it too crazy I think that that that you know that can lead to some to some really hard times in a business so yes nice moderate growth is really good for the real estate industry the biggest challenges of course include lack of inventory they just aren't enough homes for sale in many markets across America John how on earth do we solve that problem well I think that the you know time will solve this problem and I think on the local state and national level we're looking at different things that we can do to help but not affordable market were looking to help a builder's making sure that they can build affordable property so I think that America not in many many different areas of government of real estate homeowners home sellers you know all these constituents are working together in a partnership looking at how we can solve this problem that's a really good point John because really at this event hello you've gotta communists you have state centered economists one you have the national association of home builders you have the national association of real tors and you also have the department of housing and urban development that's huge and I was really thought it was interesting with I think we had for junior here we had Florida we have done Texas and California and all that a little bit of difference started tell about their market wars are going in different up schools different successes and I think that that's what makes America so great that's very interesting John you've heard today from people from all the different corners of America cool so what's the bottom line our most people who really know housing in their states optimistic about twenty twenty and beyond I think so time naturally it all in sales I'm a natural and optimistic guide I I'm going to read the optimistic side of the coin first but the I think most people feel housing market is very sustainable right now there are things that we can do to make it better and we're going to really work hard to do that I think one of things we have to do that separates the you know the best from the best is the ability to understand and study this is a study moment for us learn more about the real estate market how it affects you and your home street all across America so any are decided to put this event on itself it's leading the pack why is it important for any are to be leading rather than fall man I'll tell you in today's world there's so much noise out there it comes from so many different areas right now the competition for our voice the best news that you're gonna get about the real estate and statistics about the real estate market and industry is from the national association of realtors nobody else that's why this is so important John it's always a pleasure talking to you and I know that you're just wrapped up your year as president of any are and now your immediate past president that's going to be a pretty busy year too but eventually you will get back to running your brokerage day by day yeah I absolutely well it's been a marvelous year and exceeded my expectations the realtors all across America from staff the agents to brokers have been now so kind I'm so impressed with how the passion how much people care about the greatest industry in the world awesome John thank.
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"What your thoughts on this another school shooting and you've got to dad got others injured the shooter turned the gun on himself he's in great condition you know the mainstream media is not covering it as much as I thought they would you want me to tell you why because it wasn't a mass shooting with an A. R. fifteen or an A. K. forty seven see how sick twisted SO bees they are yet to people really died two people that lost their lives and their families will suffer forever with a handgun lost their lives but I guess that's not sexy enough I guess that's not important enough for the mainstream media no they're more concerned about impeachment even though impeachment isn't going really well for the Democrats as it impeachment just really doesn't seem to be going well for the Democrats does it no of course not because the Democrats are also loony sorry they just start and you know I'll tell ya I've met a lot of Democrats and I know a lot of Democrats especially the old school Democrats and they don't even like to be compared to the lunatic Democrats of today because the lunatic Democrats of today are just that lunatics I mean they just are and really what gets me are those that don't like to admit their liberal all they'll try to say there everything else but why do you believe in a certain ideology your behavior your speech your actions the way you live basically shows me and others that you are a liberal Linny but yet for some reason you just don't want to seem to admit that why are you embarrassed to really call yourself out in terms of well what you are me seriously think about that for a moment yes your self that have you asked yourself that I mean it is this is incredible to me it's absolutely incredible to me all right again phone lines going crazy and we're gonna jump tia here right when we come back.
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"A. R. news. TA our in depth we all deserve to live in a city that accepts our individuality and our freedom of expression and a core tenet of our nation is freedom of religion but freedom of religion does not mean freedom to discriminate that's mayor Kate guy a go not very happy with the ruling from the Arizona Supreme Court handed down yesterday it is very specific and very narrow case is I will try to break it down for here in in just a second it was this company brushing them which Kevin just mention that is you know they they create custom wedding invitations and they said that we're not gonna do this for a same sex couple if they were to come to us now this they they hadn't already discriminated against anybody they just said Hey is we take a look at Phoenix is anti discrimination ordinance this you know we're we we gonna find ourselves violating this because it violates our ability to exercise free speech which of course the Supreme Court United States is rolled in the past that is free speech artistry is free speech and if somebody comes to you and says Hey I want you to create this which is a great this thing that goes against what you believe then really aren't they saying and the government's backing him up on this one because that you know they would be fine if they were to not do it and if they didn't pay the fine let's be honest they will go to jail right so that is that the government saying you are forced to say something that you don't believe in but here's the really important part about this case all right it we we can argue all day long about what what qualifies as discrimination what doesn't qualify as discrimination whether this is an anti gay rule a or a okay but really it is not because this thing is darned specific it really is and Monica Lindstrom break that down for us use our key TA our legal analyst this case is the first here in Arizona that answers the question at least somewhat of what wins out for. of religion or same sex marriage but she adds this does not set widespread presidents this case was about compelled speech it is unconstitutional to force plaintiffs or compel them under the threat of criminal prosecution to say something or to create an artistic expression like a wedding invitation she says enter a blog post which you can find a K. T. A. R. dot com that it's possible that other businesses in Arizona are going to try to use this case is justification to discriminate against same sex couples and end their marriages but wall this decision is lengthy and involved it can really only be used in a situation that has multiple and specific qualifications the specific qualifications in this case a person or a business that doesn't want to custom make wedding invitations for same sex wedding custom made being the operative word there right so there is you know there's a lot of people are gonna say wow this is going to just open the door for all sorts of insanity and people being turned away from businesses and now you know and one other thing I I've I've made this point before you know I I'm I have no problem with same sex marriage fact I supported the ideal long before it became the law of the land I don't think the government should be saying well you know we're gonna for this opportunity to some people but not others write it but. you know I kind of don't understand why somebody would want to go to somebody who doesn't support what they are going to do like we've seen cases on a country with wedding photographers and and cake makers you know would you want to eat the cake. that wedding with the end the following photographs all it turned out blurry I wonder why you know so all right once again very near a really and read for yourself you'll see how Meryl this ruling is if you if you read Monica's blog post again it KTAR dot com seven eighteen now K. T. A. R.. and we will talk more about the traffic.
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"Well on top of all that folks it's Friday. a minute drum is bumping then made these at least keep it bones I got yeah at last they really. maybe we dance within the bulls this so come in for your team we're team being whatever you. sobre battle suit yeah. yeah beta man what is Betamax Betamax. look at him go wasn't. no no don't grab that from Johnny that's not an A. R. fifteen okay he's just happy to see you thank you so okay no no you don't. well that's pretty good. he wants he wants a live stream this. it's over it's over yeah yeah it's over bed only yeah he's trying to live. don't be seen playing the drums I did not is playing the drums and he looked like he was hacked off because of my was video and he stopped. the one man yeah. one bad at all Hey speaking of drums and music any money all my gosh what a talent this gentleman was.
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"Get a good starter project just cutting introduce yourself to the tools and and everything like that is go for an A. R. fifteen build you know it not even if you don't put the upper receiver together just the lower receiver that's kind of a good in an introduction to help the trigger mechanism and everything like that works in a way that I started also was just cleaning any gun that I can get my hands on just completely stripping it down and putting it back together not just putting back together but understanding how each part works and what what part does what and that's where you're gonna get your mechanical understanding for the farm and and really as best places are gone missing is but to do that take things apart put them back together and in the process you know Starz occurred to me that gunsmith has to be able to see things in three D. to understand how this moves in that actuates that and then the moves this thing and that spring engages in when you got all your parts laid out there on the table you kind of got that exactly and yet so for example when someone calls and has a problem with a gun what I'm doing in my mind is going through every component of that firearm in the process of what's what's happening and where it's stopping at and from there I can usually diagnose what the issue is just by doing that and having that knowledge stop for a second about safety things to the people need to be aware of for going to work on or symbol guns yes our protection and if you're gonna be assembling a or fifteen upper receivers are putting barrels of firearms men's face gauges I protection because springs have a way of throwing things in weird places and you know stuff happens in what just where some clear eye protection while you're working on guns okay that makes sense describe what a headspace gauges so a headspace gauge is going to insurers bird let let you insure that that chamber in that rifles complete is compatible with that particular bowl you're using so that you don't run into excessive head space into little head space which McCall the pecan chamber pressure case to rupture and and and it's a big safety concern and head space gauges will save you from that yeah easy headspace cagey go no go gauges I mean it is an important thing yeah I should say too little head space and you could jamba Karcher Jan actually crimp the case down on the bullet you could end up with the excess pressure but too much head space now you have a case stretches out actually split the case open and you got a face full power it is not okay you're lucky you're lucky there lighting up yeah right had that happen not because of head space are you put the wrong round in a rifle you can have that happen to use yeah I heard that is true but but yes it did happen to me hello out there Caleb thank you so much this is really good info I love the idea that you guys help people do this when I say I don't know how to do it the brownells website you got it if you get stuck call in your doctor or when your gun decks yeah absolutely and and part of my passion and a lot of the land and a lot of my coworkers passions is actually spreading misinformation so it it's been it's been a real pleasure absolutely why we take care keep building keep work all that well thank you so much all right fun stuff and you know it's never been easier to.