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"acting regional director" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"From the WTMJ breaking news Center. I'm Rusty Mellberg. The death toll expected to rise in the Arctic blast grip of the Midwest and South Texas especially hit hard million's their suffering power loss or rolling blackouts and seven million people now under a boil. Water advisory Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner The human toll the crisis total number even when you factor, man, those who have done it on the street that number maybe let's say between 10 to 12 persons. And there are fears for more deaths due to another winter storm. On the way Governor Evers isn't drawing a hard line in the sand on when he thinks schools should return to in person learning the governor telling WTMJ Steve's graffiti I've growing deferred to local school words right from the beginning, and I'll continue to do it all. I will say that That the tenor of the discussions locally that lead me to believe that most schools will be opened in some fashion in the very near future. On Tuesday night during a town hall event in Milwaukee, President Joe Biden said he wanted schools return to five day per week in person learning by late April. But is that possible safety remains the number one issue for educators. We act regional director Ted Craig says. Making sure teachers are vaccinated would be a good start got the problem of transmission among kids in the new streams. Looking like they're deadlier and transmit much more among kids, and we don't have the vaccine for people under 16. Still, so I don't think the problem just goes away when staffer vaccinated. The CDC also recommends H back upgrades in schools and surveillance testing. To make sure the virus isn't being spread A symptomatically Jane that near WTMJ news business is running out of room. Snow piles are only getting bigger after the latest winter blast, the volume that we move, it's just astronomical. That's the way the winter is going for Brad. Davis of Davis seasonal maintenance, whose company is answering the call for snow relocation. We do some businesses that have parking structures and every spot is money, and we insure that We have a good location that we can dump it. We know that there may be around tell April or may, he says their equipment is able to tackle the massive mounds the biggest challenge for weather. Diesel equipment. They just don't like the cold in Greenfield, Tony Braddock. WTMJ NEWS, Sports Traffic and WEATHER Next siding Unlimited wtmj news time. 805 Palin now pay later with power windows and doors. Wisconsin 855 Pala wi. Here's a.
"acting regional director" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Wi com Time saver traffic. Tonight. Mostly cloudy chance for snow showers. Alot of 15 degrees tomorrow, a little bit of snow high of 25. It's currently 22 from the WTMJ breaking news Center. Governor Evers isn't drawing a hard line in the sand when he thinks schools should return to in person learning the governor telling WTMJ Steve's graffiti growing deferred to local school words right from the beginning, and I'll continue to do it. Well, I will say that the the tenor of the discussions locally that lead me to believe that most schools will be open in some fashion in the very near future. Meanwhile, during his Tuesday night town Hall in Milwaukee, president Biden said he hopes most K through eight public schools will be opened for classes five days a week. By the end of his 1st 100 days in office Safety remains the number one issue for educators. We act regional director Ted Craig says. Making sure teachers are vaccinated would be a good start got the problem of transmission among kids. In the new streams looking like they're deadlier and transmit much more among kids, and we don't have the vaccine for people under 16 still So I don't think the problem just goes away when staffer vaccinated Deceit. T also recommends H back upgrades in schools and surveillance testing to make sure the virus isn't being spread A symptomatically Jane that near WTMJ News as lawmakers debate their covert 19 response, small business owners were hoping not to get left behind black Husky Brewing co owner to my king. Or that meant asking President Biden directly. What will you do so that small mom and pop businesses like ours will survive? He tells wtmj that there needs have changed. Small business assistance program hasn't kept up the amount of PE pe that we thought we needed. You know, a year ago. It's not the same. But the funding requirements have not changed. Like Husky is nine full time Employees far cry from the federal government considers a small business. You have a company got 500 people, your multimillion dollar organization, you know, that is not who we are, like. Spaulding WTMJ NEWS Milwaukee Bucks executive Alex Lazaridis running for the U. S. Senate in 2022 for a seat currently held Republican Ron Johnson, the 33 year old Democrat, announced his Senate bid today in a YouTube video coming up all that snow and nowhere for it to go sledding unlimited WTMJ NEWS time. Four Oh three new sponsored by citing unlimited inciting and a whole lot more online it citing unlimited dot com.
"acting regional director" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Agent Governor Rivers tells Wtmj Steve's graffiti. He's optimistic that he and Republican lawmakers will be able to get on the same page when it comes to passing his proposal process and that takes time and the Joint Finance Committee is gonna have to go out of the road and Discuss it with people and we will, too, so it it's not gonna be wrapped up in a week, but way confined. I know we can find common ground when it comes to getting students back into classrooms for in person learning, the governor said he thinks that decision's best left up to individual district's well during a town hall in Milwaukee President Biden said it's his goal for most K through eight public schools. To be open for in person teaching five days a week by the end of his 1st 100 days in office. Is that feasible Ordered to work well, the school district we need to take safety measures that many districts have not taken today. We act regional director Ted Craig says. Those measures include improving their H vac systems and other measures surveillance testing to make sure that There is an east symptomatic spread of the disease in schools that is going undetected and many district's air not taking simple, affordable measures, like making sure that all staff have the highest quality masks like and 95 minutes, Craig says. It's unclear why some District's haven't used already available federal funds to make those improvements. Jane met near WTMJ News, a small business owner from Milwaukee, who played a role in last night's town hall. With the president. Hopes change will come the company, the people that work there, you know the people in the neighborhood. You're representing them like Husky Bruins to my king or on why he chose to ask President Biden about changes to small business assistance. We're at a different place now than we were 11 months ago in March, we couldn't get hand sanitizer. That was your biggest priority. What are the challenges that you're facing now? 11 months into this thing just, you know, making money making her says he wasn't able to meet with President Biden after but was appreciative of the opportunity to ask a question like Spaulding WTMJ News. Milwaukee Bucks executive Alex last three running for the U. S. Senate. In 2022 for the seat currently held by Republican Ron Johnson, The 33 year old Democrat, announced his Senate bid today in a YouTube video. Alex Lazarus will join us with more at 3 34 coming up. Where do you put all that? Snow signing unlimited WTMJ news time 303. Let's face it with things start to return to normal. It's not going to be our normal normal too much has changed the way we work. The way we shop the way we learned when the pandemic.
"acting regional director" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"To be represented by the retail wholesale in department store union. Rare step for workers of the company whose US workforce is not unionized. The NL Larabee, which oversees union votes earlier this month, said the vote would be conducted by mail. Citing standards set up during the pandemic to keep workers and staffers safe and Amazon doesn't want that. Yeah. So Documents dated Thursday. Amazon. Amazon objected to the decision, saying the board had unfairly dismissed the company's argument that the safety of its facility should be considered separately from the surrounding Jefferson County and the wider state of Alabama, where the code word 19 positive test rate this month rose above 20%. Amazon said its proposal for a manual vote would have fully minimized any risk of transmission. Well, what's wrong with the mail in vote, Jeff? Come on now. The NL Larrabees decision that male only building was the safest approach was based on speculation and conjecture and without ever balancing the purported risk of virus spread against the public policy. That strongly favors allowing employees to vote in person. They're dancing around this issue, aren't they? Says. I mean, remember the most important Factors in my decision of the safety of all election participants and and franchise mint of all voters, the in our Arby's acting regional director, wrote in the decision. Both of these factors weigh in favor of a mail ballot election. The only thing I haven't seen anything where they said it was a A Ah! They said the male election raised the risk of fraud and the coercion of workers. It also said the process would depress turnout, arguing that as many as 29% of its more than 5800 employees eligible to vote wouldn't do so or would return incorrectly completed ballots. Huh? Well, this is a little sticky wicket, isn't it? We got these big liberals out there pushing for all of these Democrats policies where people vote by mail. It's good enough for the elected president, but apparently not good enough to elect a union. Invest Summer Alabama. So I wonder what they cancel culture is gonna have to say about this. Hmm. I mean Amazon out there. They're the ones who d platform parlor. And then all of a sudden maybe they need to be deep platform. They Amazon, another reason not to use them anymore. Amazon is against mail in voting. I mean, you could their own record. They say that mail in voting raises the risk of fraud. So they're against mainland voting this and no, no, no. Just when it comes a unionizing See these? Well, let me ask you this. Why we're on this. Subject with Jeff Bezos. Jeff Why are you against the union? I thought that all people is a human right. You should be unionized. See that The hypocrisy with these folks is just staggering. Here. We have the folks in Amazon who are big lives, But I don't want a union because I mean, they have to pay the higher wages and people would have all sorts of power and clouds and stuff They don't want to have. So unions or four other folks unions, a Republican companies, and that's where the unions need to be. They don't need to be here to Amazon. What have we ever done to you? They get all bent out of shape when somebody tries to unionize and one of these liberal shops It's the same reason that wanna unionize anywhere. I don't like unions. I'll be honest with you, but I think it's rather hilarious. That Amazon is in this predicament. Oh, a quick time out. We got news, traffic and weather them And they will get some more of your phone calls in the sex 6157379986615737 W W T in We're back right after this information, Fuel opinion driven super talk 99 7. From the W T and News Center in payment for with your top stories. President Biden today, downplaying concerns about covert 19 vaccine shortages while warning the pandemic will still be an issue this fall. We're trying to get out a minimum of 100 million vaccinations in 100 days. And move the direction where we are well beyond that, and the next 100 days so we can get to the point where we return immunity in the country of over 300 million people. Meanwhile, Andy Field reports one of the executive orders signed today by President Biden. The new president, undoing a number of Trump administration orders, including letting transgender service members stay in the military. No one will be separated or discharged from the military or denied re enlistment on the basis of gender identity, Spokesperson Jen Psaki saying. President Biden believes gender identity should not disqualify Americans who want to serve and that they will review cases of those who were discharged because of the Trump transgender ban. Andy FIELD. ABC NEWS Washington News is brought to you by a Rs rescue router, traffic.
"acting regional director" Discussed on KOMO
"At 20 and 50 past the hour on coma. News with your propel insurance money Update. Here's Jim Tesco stocks end of the week without mostly lower session but still posted modest gains for the four day week. In the Friday session. The NASDAQ composite edged up 12 points toward the third consecutive fresh closing high, but the S and P 500 slipped 11 and the Dow Jones industrials dropped 179. Amazon com, is making a bid to halt planned the union election at one of its facilities in Alabama. The e commerce giant has filed a motion asking the National Labor Relations Board to stop the union election at its best summer warehouse scheduled to start February 8th and filing the motion, Amazon cited errors made by the acting regional director and missed opportunities for mail ballot improvements. Many people have been working from home since the pandemic hit the U. S. But grocery store employees can't do that, of course. So Seattle City Council is now weighing the proposed ordinance that would give some grocery store workers $4 an hour hazard pay. That's your money. Now I'm Jim Chess. Coco Mon news. For the second time in a month, Baseball has lost another revered ambassador of the game. Como's Bill Swarns remembers Hammerin Hank, the player and the man Enormous pressure weighed on Henry Louis Erin's broad shoulders in the spring of 1974 soft spoken, humble, hard working man from Mobile, Alabama was the focal point of not only baseball but bigotry inching close to a milestone, which had been held by a white man for 40 years on waiting deep in straight away. Fall.
"acting regional director" Discussed on KOMO
"Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on coma news. With your propel insurance money. Update. Here's Jim Tesco stocks end of the week without mostly lower session but still posted modest gains for the four day week. In the Friday session. The NASDAQ composite edged up 12 points toward the third consecutive fresh closing high, but the S and P 500 slipped 11 and the Dow Jones industrials dropped. 179 amazon dot com, is making a bid to halt planned the union election at one of its facilities in Alabama. The commerce giant has filed a motion asking the National Labor Relations Board to stop the union election at its best summer warehouse scheduled to start February 8th and filing the motion, Amazon cited errors made by the acting regional director and missed opportunities for male battled improvements. Many people have been working from home since the pandemic hit the U. S. But grocery store employees can't do that, of course. So Seattle City Council is now weighing the proposed ordinance that would give some grocery store workers $4 an hour hazard pay. That's your money now. I'm Jim Chess. Coco Moe knows. Check money at 20 and 50 past the hour. Come on his time 9 51 For the second time in a month, Baseball has lost another revered ambassador of the game. Almost Bill's words, remembers Hammerin Hank, the player and the man. Enormous pressure. Wait on Henry Louis Erin's broad shoulders in the spring of 1974 soft spoken, humble, hard working man from Mobile, Alabama was the focal point of not only baseball but bigotry inching close to a milestone, which had been held by a white man for 40 years on waiting deep.
"acting regional director" Discussed on KOMO
"At 20 and 50 past the hour on coma News. With your propel insurance money. Update. Here's Jim Tesco stocks end of the week with a mostly lower session, but still posted modest gains for the four day week. In the Friday session. The NASDAQ composite edged up 12 points toward the third consecutive fresh closing high, but the S and P 500 slipped 11 and the Dow Jones industrials dropped 179 Amazon com, is making a bid to halt planned the union election at one of its facilities in Alabama. The commerce giant has filed a motion asking the National Labor Relations Board to stop the union election at its best summer warehouse scheduled to start February 8th and filing the motion, Amazon cited errors made by the acting regional director and missed opportunities for mail ballot improvements. Many people have been working from home since the pandemic hit the U. S. But grocery store employees can't do that, of course, so Seattle City Council is now weighing the proposed ordinance that would give some grocery store workers $4 an hour hazard pay. That's your money now. I'm Jim Chess, Coco Mon news. Come on his time. 7 50 to a closer look now. For the second time in a month, Baseball has lost another revered ambassador of the game, come on. Stilts worse, remembers Hammerin Hank, the player and the man. Enormous pressure weighed on Henry Louis Erin's broad shoulders in the spring of 1974 soft spoken, humble, hard working man from Mobile, Alabama was the focal point of not only baseball but bigotry. Inching close to a milestone, which had been held by a white man for 40 years on waiting the outfield deep in straight away before.
"acting regional director" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Understand it and I haven't had a chance to read it actually talks about the immigration crisis and also talks about the funding behind the immigration crisis yeah that's what it's all about and of course I understand exactly what you're saying when you talk about the distinction between legal and illegal immigration my parents came here legally from the Philippines in nineteen seventy they had to speak English pay all of the fees and they have to do had to demonstrate that they had extraordinary skills that we're going to enhance the American dream rather than destroy it what is unique about open borders bank and this is a very important lesson that many people who believe in our sovereignty have to understand is that we have to look at every aspect of how our immigration system is overwhelmed how it endangers not only citizens but of course all the men and women on the frontline and I know that you are out there in your show sewing showing your support for the men and women in uniform who are under siege whether it's the ice agents across Massachusetts and New England on the eastern seaboard are every aspect of the department hope of homeland security and of course the people are that are on our both our northern and southern borders and stopping illegal immigration is obviously job number one but we do have to look at many of these legal pipeline through which many people are coming and coming here intending to do harm or intending to do things that sabotage the American dream and whether it's the refugee resettlement program which I take aim at and so many of the refugee resettlement contractors who are involved in centrally human smuggling racket that is doing the bidding of George Soros and the United Nations and many of the guest worker pipelines that are sabotaging the hopes and dreams and livelihoods of American workers and in particular American tech workers so that's open borders ink is about it goes after the identity politics laughed the usual suspects in the Democrat party who see mass migration as a way of securing minute ruling majority and that's what is happening from California to Texas to Virginia and the elections last week to many of the big business interests and libertarian special interest on the so called right whose main goal is basically expanding all of these pipelines permanently for cheap workers primarily from China India Mexico well that's you still have have cover the waterfront on that by the way ice we often have filling Todd Lyons who is the acting regional director of ice yeah here in New England in our studio and over the weekend it was reported in the Boston Herald that ice grabbed a former Irish Republican Army terrorist he asked to choose it so a lot of times the argument is all ice is only going after people from the southern hemisphere well that's not true and and that that obviously gives gives lie to that to that argument as I'm sure you know we have a at least one of Massachusetts politician running for president Elizabeth Warren and she was reported this weekend that she is reported to open to halting deportation of illegal immigrants hi I don't understand how that will play if she's the democratic nominee across the country particularly when folks have a chance to think about this issue yeah that's right and that is a key dance thinking about the implications of such a suicidal policy what happened with the Democrat party is that the French have become mainstream and it was not so long ago that all of the leading democratic candidates would at least pay lip service to some minimal amount of immigration enforcement and even if they believed in the abolished by anti fun actuary anarchy agenda they wouldn't say it out loud that was what they said with their inside voices well those crazy inside voices have become their outside voices thanks to people like Alexandria Cancio Cortez or if I call her Alexandria open board as and other radical members of that open borders pockets that America hating pocket Ilana Mar the part of that as well and I think it's interesting and I report on that obviously there's been some scrutiny by many intrepid investigative journalist on the right into her likely marriage fraud tax fraud campaign finance finance fraud and immigration fraud but even more significantly is around biography and I talk about it in open borders think because it's part of the racket he came here as part of the refugee resettlement program at the use with her entire family and extended family they were sponsored by a refugee resettlement contractor called the Lutheran immigrant and refugee services which has shoveled hundreds of thousands of people into the country collected a billion dollars doing so and never never had to suffer any consequences when any of these people that they brought out over here hi but turned out to be saboteurs of the of the American dream this is the United Nations agenda to subvert our borders and our right of self determination through programs like this that fundamentally transform America without any input from the communities of where these refugees are dumped and it's all don and under the guise of compassion and warped script error I don't mean to look too I think allowed the Lutheran because I know your audience many of whom are Catholic like me know full well that pope Francis the leader of the Vatican and the U. S. conference of Catholic bishops constitute one of the most militant factions of the anti trump anti borders resistance well you have do you have I think the the the cardinal I'm I I think he's now the card no retired in Los Angeles who has been really a spokesperson for for for unbridled immigration looking at yeah plenty of Republicans who who like a cheap labor and they they like the idea of a people who can cut their lawn and and and clean their homes at at at at at cut rates you have Democrats who look at upset all along the Democrats look at these folks as a building block in there and many of the Republican Party particularly the established Republican Party look at them as cheap labor which is unfortunate and church leaders are not only in in the church which I'm a member of the Catholic Church they're they're seeing reduced attendance in their churches across the board and and there as I think you acknowledge that they're looking to fill the pews well yes I don't have the knowledge and I blow the lid off of it animator encouraging all Catholics who know that the national collection the week before thanksgiving is coming up where does that money go well if you read my chapter on this unholy alliance between the Vatican and the U. S. conference of Catholic bishops in these ambition Manistee shells you know that money is all being dumped into an organ called the Catholic campaign for human development it is a social justice wing of the Catholic Church it was founded in conjunction with Saul Alinsky himself not solve the Lynskey acolyte but the Lynskey himself to provide a permanent funding mechanism for social justice agitation by Catholics and where does that money go it goes to lobbying for illegal alien dreamers who by the way Dan will all be on the steps of the Supreme Court tomorrow when the rest of the week as the Supreme Court hears a court case on the constitutionality of Obama's dreamer administrative executive order the Catholic Church put illegal alien students and families above American citizens Catholics who put their hard earned money into these plate not knowing that they it is then spent and subsidizing an agenda that is anti American and anti Christian in nature that's what it's all about people don't want to say it but everywhere I've gone across the country as I've gone on my book tour on a more than a dozen cities I hear from Catholic all the time that they have stopped giving money to their local diocese which are run by these radical bishop who hate trump and hate America I think of I think the best the cardinal in Los Angeles as your friend was Roger Mahoney if I'm not mistaken yeah you know he's got all sorts of she yes he has all sorts of issues as well as their Michelle in one take a break I want to get it full a call as a chance to check in with you as well the numbers always six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty you know the position that you take in terms of illegal immigration the position that I've held for many years we're we're we categorized by the other the other side is we don't have heart we are not adequately compassionate and it is such a phony argument that we deal with it all the time here I'm delighted that you join us tonight will we'll we'll take a very quick break and we'll come back with Michelle Malkin of her new book open borders incorporated and this is who's funding America's destruction it is a just out it be great Christmas presents for for those are in the family who want to buy a brush up on the issue or maybe for those in the family who want to actually learn about the issue open borders X. six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty like to talk with the shell now can feel free to join the conversation coming back on right side right after this side.
"acting regional director" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thanks to Todd lines the acting regional director of ice immigration and customs enforcement a what I came back into this country last night a twenty four hours ago I'm a US citizen I had to show my passport I had to stand in front of a camera and have my facial identification reconciled with the picture on my passport yeah so why should people who are coming into this country illegally be treated any differently for those of you out there who are in favor of illegal immigration with only that one explain to me how that one makes sense why do I have to show a passport coming into the country hello think about it why they want to know who I am they want to know why I am here though am I pro testing in marching at the state house no passports identifications for citizens I mean seriously anyway thanks again to Todd Lyons okay a couple things here we'll be able to the B. C. box office because I'm having a nice Cup of coffee Dunkin donuts coffee by the way which is provided to us here WBCN for which I'm very grateful I missed Dunkin donuts in Europe I was there Dunkin Dunkin right thank you very much as he I I fell into Duncan it took a long time for us to even find the Duncan and we found it it'll be fine in Vienna the end it was the Dunkin in Vienna it was a little bit away from okay so they're already they're already calling and they don't even know what the prices they don't know what the prices okay Shelley make up a price here okay if you call in number ten you're going to have to shovel my driveway every time it snows this winter the number six one seven nine three one ten thirty so keep calling if you're calling number ten now that's not we're doing will do this dad drives a truck to a little but there's a couple still call it in there we go those couple more.
"acting regional director" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"That you have tickets here you come to WBZ one Cabot wrote in Medford come on up you'll be right in the eye heart theater a very comfortable even have some food for you so this is a great opportunity don't miss that opportunity you don't have to be a high school senior in the very process of applying but you surely would be welcome but high school juniors soft was even freshmen I think we need to cut off a freshman but that's that that's the thought Nancy shack in a and see why S. H. A. C. K. at I heart media dot com now with me in studio is taught alliance Todd is the acting regional director for ice immigration and customs enforcement here in New England and you had a busy weekend you and your colleagues from ice arresting nineteen suspects who have been described as ghost illegal immigrants so this is really important and I and I want people to listen here because you may feel Hey well I care I mean there no illegal immigrants living on my street maybe the people got my long maybe or whatever but now it's no problem but the real problem here is importation the importation of drugs in specifically frontal correct correct yes absolutely so you spent a good part of your weekend along with other ice agents and you were going out after individuals who had previously been arrested for serious crimes and had been released here in Massachusetts or in the in the greater Boston area right because we are what we would call the welcoming city these are at the truck a trust city what's what's the phraseology well the one of most recently the trust act trust act of course how can I trust act be bad trust is good right in you know absolutely dead and you know I appreciate so let me come on to highlight the great work to men women life I see to come in and to be honest with you because I think that you guys don't get the attention and I think that you misunderstood your maligned in the in the media by many media outlets in you the line by a lot of the people who criticize and you folks are out I'm sure you weren't start no Saturday at noon time no no and that's one thing you know the better where vice there out three thirty four o'clock in the morning they started a look at these folks and one of the big things we really want to focus on was the opioids in the fat no hair when specially in Suffolk County Middlesex you know nowadays if if you're a resident of Jamaica plain cell Boston Roxbury Winthrop you have a family member or a friend someone you know has been affected by heroin offend now and when we have the chance to remove that criminal element from my neighborhood absolutely I should be involved it's really frustrating for us especially when we see from the Boston police farm themselves the two thousand and sixteen heroin overdose report which the boss regional intelligence center the brick put out it's an open source document so it's not something that was developed by department homeland security or from ice but where they identify that more than sixty five to sixty four percent of their arrest for Fenelon heroin distribution were foreign born nationals did not want to use that strategic piece alon Forsman to read the community of such ebb no such a public safety threat is fennel heroin it's just mind blowing that you would not want to collaborate with ice and I understand we're a lot elected officials what politicians don't want to be involved with the politicization politicization of immigration and customs enforcement or immigration enforcement but to not want to do a deal with the criminal element when it comes to foreign born gangs especially ones that are linked to trafficking cartels major crime you know it's really a sin that they don't wanna work with icing up hold there both the day took to protect the citizens of Suffolk County or the state of Massachusetts will to me seems really simple okay I can understand where there are going to be some politicians who are thinking well there's another voting bloc coming down and I need to be consider this screen I get all of that I get all of that but the people who hear distributing drugs within these communities and with all these communities are impacting people legal citizens legal immigrants illegal immigrants in these communities when when someone wants to sell hair with laced with federal they're not saying all I just want to sell it to on a suburban American Republicans have registered Republicans exactly they want to sell it to have is going to take that garbage and put it into their body right you're gonna see a lot of them especially lot of the traditional blue collar neighborhoods like you and I know especially you know Suffolk County Middlesex County in its not going out to the larger suburban although it can but don't deserve to such a major concentrate on the well I get it get it again where that you have a criminal element that can hide in plain sight that know that there are almost a protected class yeah we'll again which is that they're on a lot of guys deal dealer standing in the corners in downtown west in Wayland or Wellesley but is that start getting out there and absolute absolute but my guest is Todd lines he is the acting regional director of ice immigration and customs enforcement they had a a big sweep this weekend picked up nineteen illegal immigrants who had previously been in custody who were released into the back into the community and this was an effort to go after what we characterized as ghost illegal immigrants will talk about that process how they accomplished this and what it will mean to the safety of your communities and if you are in one of these communities and you appreciate what ice is doing feel free to give us a call if you disagree with what ice is doing and there's no one who will call and disagree with what you're doing on the radio you're welcome as well six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty coming right back on my side side with Dan.
"acting regional director" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"At nine o'clock on have taught light is with us in studio Todd is the the regional director of the acting regional director of ice of some very interesting arrests over the weekend here in Boston of people in queues of a a basically introducing more and more Sentinel into our community there have been also a horrific story out of Mexico yesterday a group of nine or more that a group of nine that nine Americans were killed members of the Mormon church so sad and they were cut down apparently either intentionally or unintentionally as a result of these gang wars that are going down which we don't want to have to have in this country we'll we'll talk it we'll talk about that and again if you were on the tour and you're listening tonight love to hear you your quick comment on it if you weren't and you like to talk about your travels as Jack from Newton Frank from Maryland did six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty side with Dan rate the news watch never stops WBZ newsradio ten thirties in the first half of twenty eighteen the Dow dropped over three thousand points according to Yahoo finance this made anyone close to retirement but in the first half of twenty nineteen the Dow was up over three thousand points and everyone felt better since then some ups like a strong economy down click on certain foreign markets this is Matthew packed message be financial we see big swings in the market over the past year this.
"acting regional director" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"To attorney general William bar about how the findings of his Russia investigation were being portrayed. The frustration was communicated in a letter that Muller sent the Justice department days after bar released a four page letter summarizing the main conclusions of the investigation to also spoke by phone the next day. More from CBS on this story coming up at the bottom of the hour. The Anti-Defamation League found a slight uptick in anti semitic incidents in Illinois last year acting regional director Jessica gall says there was a small drop in incidents against Jews across the midwest. Last year one hundred twenty two compared to one hundred twenty four in two thousand seventeen but it's still a huge jump over the last few years. It almost doubled in three years. So while we've seen a slight decline this year. We're still very concerned in specifically harassment vandalism and assaults increase from forty seven to fifty one incident. Call says motive isn't always clear, but they're seeing a trend feel emboldened in ways that they haven't in the past if you've seen antisemitism. The AD L wants to know about it and has tools to help combat it ANSI hardy NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. The sister of one of two Indiana teenagers killed in 2017 is taken to social media to share a new sketch of the suspected killer. Kelsey Germans, fourteen year old sister liberty was killed along with thirteen year old Abigail Williams in February twenty seventeen while they went hiking near Delphi. Indiana state police last week released a new sketch of a man who suspected in the crimes sketches already generated about two thousand tip. Tips and Kelsey German taken to Twitter to ask people to re tweet the image and a call in or Email tips to police Davitti BBN news time, ten twenty two the good the bad and the ugly about the new Samsung phones, I'm Brian Cooley from seen it in search of the next big thing some early review units of the galaxy fold the first mainstream folding screen phone began to crack blank out and otherwise fail after a few days in the hands of the worst possible audience reviewers whose job it is to report that for the record ours has held up fine. But Samsung announced it would go back to the drawing board to work out the folding problems before consumer availability, which they also moved from late April to mid June. Meanwhile, things look rosy for the other big thing. Samsung's first five G phone. In fact, the first real five G phone in the US. It is now on preorder at Verizon for their five G network which aims to be lit up to some degree in twenty to thirty US cities this year. You don't need to ru-. Rush to get either of these phones this year, let your friends and neighbors work out the bugs unless you're an early adopter. I'm Brian Cooley. Newsradio seven eighty and one zero five point nine FM mother's day snakes app, and we hit the panic button. Then we get suckered into some online flower giant advertising nine hundred ninety nine flowers that ended up costing sixty bucks for nothing special. Not today. Not for the mom who didn't go all w t f when you cut your own hair under great picture day that was mum for the win. That's why mother's day is. Boop, stay, you know, the books right that short for bouquets. And they're amazing boot flowers are picked fresh and delivered right to mom. So they last weeks not days boots even has farms located on the side of a volcano that produced flowers. So gorgeous, mama post picks and say nice things about you and boots cut out the.
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"The Bishop Ford, traffic and weather together on the H every ten minutes on NewsRadio seven eighty five point nine FM. Thank you says flood warnings proportions of the FOX kankakee in west branch and the page rivers that because it is raining right now. Periods of heavy rain and thunderstorms throughout the afternoon. Highs in the forties, but cooler lakefront and periods of rain, heavy thunderstorms watch for flash flooding tonight. A low of forty six temperatures rising into the fifties. Overnight right now at O'Hare, we've got forty three degrees raining there. Thunderstorms midway where it's forty five lakefront. Forty to watch the Dow closed up today's session thirty eight points. The NASDAQ goes off sixty six the S and P five hundred up about two coming up next on the afternoon. News update the trend that has some religious leaders annoy worried WBZ news time for WBZ news time four twelve the Anti-Defamation League found a slight uptick in antisemitic incidents in Illinois last year acting regional director Jessica goal says there was a small drop in incidents against Jews across the midwest. Last year one hundred twenty two compared to one hundred and twenty four in. Two thousand seventeen but it's still a huge jump over the last few years. Total almost doubled in three years. So while we've seen a slight decline this year. We're still very concerned specifically harassment vandalism and assaults increased from forty seven to fifty one incident. Skull says motive isn't always clear, but they're seeing a trend feel emboldened in ways that they haven't in the past if you've seen antisemitism. The wants to know about it and has tools to help combat it, Nancy hardy, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. Got the weather five day forecast. Straight ahead. Nobody BBC news time four thirteen later this hour on the 'nother chance to win one thousand dollars. Listen for the keyword at four twenty four NewsRadio seventy at one point nine FM..
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"Steve what's the poll question? What are the results thus far should Trump signed the immigration deal? I say, yes, sixty eight percent say no. I know I'm getting that's what people are saying, you know, on the text line as well. So what do you think should Trump signed the sign it or not? And again, he's gonna get he's going to get a twenty five percent of what he wanted. And then he's going to declare national emergency and his budget. People have already said that they've identified various funds that they can take out of other line items and use that on the wall eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two. Joe you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Joe? Yeah. Hi Allie clear. Something up for me right now. The government is operating under a continuing resolution. Correct. I believe so. Yes. Okay. So why couldn't Trump put it back on them say I'm not signing it I will sign a continuing resolution for what we're operating under now. And then go ahead and declare an emergency and put it back on them. If they don't, you know, I I don't know the parliamentary ends and outs Joe. But I think that he he just doesn't want the the the the bad publicity. Not that it hurt him. I mean, his his numbers went up, and you know, the poll when when it was shut down before for three or four weeks. He he he actually went up his poll numbers went up. And you know, there was all this. But they're all these these stories, you know, that they the airport at LaGuardia. Was you know, they they had to? You know, shut down briefly because the air traffic controllers stopped coming in. And then there were all these stories claiming the government workers were claiming they were gonna leave government. I guess these were all the same government workers who claim they were gonna leave when Trump was elected. And of course, none of them laughed, and they they wouldn't have left. Now, they just didn't get paid for a couple of weeks. It wasn't like they they weren't going to get paid. They just didn't get the check or they didn't get the direct deposit. I don't know. I think I think he just doesn't want any more of this kind of phony drama over over the, you know, the the non essential government agencies being shut down. So he just decided that the the. He was never going to budge the house in particular with Nancy Pelosi and all these nutty new radical Democrats. So he just decided he's going to go the other way, which is the national emergency. And try to fight it out in the courts as they as they continue to why add more and more conservative Republican judges to the federal bench. Thanks for the call. Joe, rob, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Rob. Thank you for taking my call. Mass car kind of me. Page from what I understand this Bill. They lower the amount of people beds or they're calling it foot to forty thousand with almost there now. And the last thing I just heard you read about you can't do anything with any unaccompanied minor who has a sponsor. So to me that seems like he would be signing a catch and release Bill. I don't understand why he would do that. In a simple estate for me to do it benefits him politically to me if he vetoes this Bill. Throws it back on them. Like, your last caller just said and says, no, I'm not signing this and they go with a continuing resolution and declared emergency anyway, but but if you of this. He is technically signing catch and release. Well, I don't know if technically, but yeah. Yeah. You're right. I mean, this is technically this is catch and release. And that's the thing. They how can how can the Democrats want to reduce the number of beds at the same time that the we're facing illiberal invasion from south of the border. And so we had we had a guy Todd Lyons the regional director for acting regional director for ice in Boston. And he was saying so what they're going to be doing by reducing the number of beds is we're going to have to make decisions on the fly. As to who we release. You know, what are you gonna do really some guy with a machete who's going to be an enforcer for MS thirteen or are you going to are you going to release the the the guy who's going up to join the feno gang in in Larence? So how can you how can he do that? Dan. Did they put him in that position of signing a Bill that basically would authorize cashier relief? The only for Trump is davita. There's not I mean, they put him in a bad spot. Man. I'm telling you, he he's got this Bill or else season a bad way to Howie. I don't know. I I mean, he he's in a tough spot. Anyway, he's he's winkled out of a messes somewhat similar to this in the past. And and again, he did get some money. And I I think the people are with him on this. I mean every poll shows that the vast majority of the American people think that immigration is is illegal immigration is a big problem. And it's like it's getting worse. And I mean, you can't deny that mean every day every day you hear about these these atrocities that are being committed by by illegal aliens, this horrible story in Greenwich, one of the one of the richest communities in Greenwich, Connecticut, one of the richest communities in the country and the this this year legal alien from Venezuela killed a young woman. She worked at the local Barnes and noble bookstore, and he stuffed her body in a suitcase, and she she was she was. Concerned she was telling her mother she was freed to go outside. This guy was stalking her this illegal alien, and that's just that's just one day story in the New York market. They're they're they're happening everywhere..
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"The way owned by the way tomorrow james rosen a fox news channel is going to join us uh to talk about the release of the jfk papers uses history off dan one of the best in town and he'll be talking to us about that tomorrow but i want to take up this other issue this to do with a forty five foot tall naked woman statute that apparently now we'll be denied access to the national mall here's heather curtis' report from wbal news found the national mall prompt the national park service to deny schilling and permit for activists to put a forty five foot tall statue of a naked woman near the washington monument the total height of the statue wanted space it's 47 feet to more than the limit originally the park service said it would make an exception according to the washington post this week the park service's acting regional director says in a letter the hate exception should know never have been approved the letter also says the park service is denying the permit out of concerns that the statute would destroy the malls grass heather curtis wmal and heavily you any alcom i have mixed feelings about this i got to be honest with yeah i mean i on on first blush i don't think the a giant fortyfive foot naked woman on the national mall is necessarily the way our nation needs to go or you know sort of the really i don't know what the message that is sent there but i don't think it's the message that are the regional designers of george washington would a wanted from our national mall i don't think so uh george bush made maybe with that whole dental david copperfield vague but i don't think george washington oh come on give it up it was funny but that said so i i i have mixed feelings because i am with them on that i don't think we need a big naked woman however it occurred to me can you imagine whenever cable news is due in one of those you know reports were they got the guy in the background there is the live shot of dc and of the national mall and right there over the guy shoulder is this giant statue of forty five foot naked woman i mean.
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"Home of the huskies this is komo news coming up top local stories including new endorsements were mayoral candidate carry moon first abc where do we go federal emergency officials say the port in san juan is owed is open an operating a gannon that's critical so they can distribute supplies the people who need them damages to give you not that the response to arcane maria is complex it's challenging and it leads to a very dynamic response that is often times not nearly as fast his any of us on this podium in anybody in the audience would like it to be the acting regional director of fema new questions about lavish travel by another member of the trump administration this time va secretary david schulkin the washington post reports he went to a wimbledon tennis match toured westminster abbey and took a river cruise while he was in europe on a work trip and has wife's expenses were covered she was with him this is four other cabinet members of private flights for public business costing taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars the superintendent of the us air force academy says racists need to get out speaking after somebody wrote slurs on boards outside dorm rooms occupied by black cadets scott goldberg abc news i'm rick van cise top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center carry moaned picking up a few endorsements in her race for mayor komos jeff pohjola has the latest after announcing a labourfriendly platform several days ago mood earned the endorsement of four local labor unions at cw 21 united your local any are running at the i sex and that's the your name 25 in seoul endorsing me for mayor of seattle and it's a big pickup for moon who has been trailing in the endorsement race to her rival former us attorney journey durkin jeff pohjola komo news irs charging man now with second degree murder after another man who's accused of kicking.
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"The leader of the islamic state aaron katersky has the details they i do know that hitler first recording to surface of isis leader abu barker of a nutty in almost a year is perhaps a moraleboost he spins tales of the profits and vows the islamic state will keep fighting despite battlefield losses in iraq and syria those are largely glossed over instead bugatti speaks of north korea and he briefly mentioned the battle of mosul which ended in july that getty has been hunted by the us military since his last message in november 2016 without verifiable evidence of his death the pentagon said we have to continue to assume that he is alive aaron katersky abc news new york w b lindh who turns first for severe weather i'm channel nine eyewitness news meteorologist eboni dion tracking an increased chance of rain for friday and i'm shannon vicar taking inactive weather radar now rain right now we do have some scattered clouds did this eighty nine degrees in orlando continuing our team coverage at today's white house press briefing national economic council director gary cohn discussed the president's tax plan guys like myself should not be allowed to put their assets into a partnership they reduce our tax liability by ten percent the white house now pushing to get tax reform done as quickly as possible we'll just how bad our things in puerto rico it damage is a significant arable and the impact on the citizens age olympia is in tremendous at steam as acting regional director john raven he says the destruction is hard to digest to meantime florida governor rick scott is in san wind today he'll be back in florida at tonight and a tragic story out of houston in the wake of hurricane harvey a woman has reportedly died of flesh eating bacteria as she contract it from floodwaters in new york times saying seventysevenyearold fell in a house that had flooded broker arm it bacteria entered through the cats this is the only report at the bacteria so far right nationalist richard spencer will be speaking at the university of florida next month his speaking date of october 18th as then firmed up today we're learning that the event organiser told the tampa bay times that being peaceful is the number one goal it's four thirty two at news ninety six point five wdbo brighthouse network's business solutions is now.