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"attorney general bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"attorney general bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Dash. And that will bring up a form that you will send straight to him. Um so get busy, guys. I mean, there's you know, to your point of being a show, Jim. You know the governor fails to realize is that many sportsmen decided to sit out on that race because we were mad at Bevin. Because when I personally on behalf of the league, reached out to both Governor Bevin and Attorney General Bashir for comments in questions that we had neither one of them gave us the Hamade. And we actually had a couple of questions that I was able to have asked on the League of Women voters debates that they sponsored and both times that they were on their neither the governor nor attorney general in this year of the time chosen Andrew. They deflected and went back to whatever it was they were arguing about. So the governor needs to know that that largely he was largely elected because the majority of the 785,000 sports in this state Elected, not the full go ever. Well, and I wantto ad is a, uh, sad barter that I think everyone should contact a state legislator. Yes, it was the sender or the representative and let them know that we are not gonna put up with this and we are asking for their help. And you know, we've had some luck, Senator Horn back like Send Iraqi Adam's like Senator marriages that have stood for us and they've been very clear about their intent. And it's my understanding that there's about 39 40 representatives of Senator sending a letter to the governor. Tell him he'd better get his hands off fish wildlife. They're to be applauded for their That's what I understand, too. Got any other thoughts? Jimmy, you got the other thoughts. No, Jim, not just having people compact. Like what's stated in this contract representatives as well. Also the compact they wouldn't put out Music. Got myself tried that number as well. And I get busy signals. Well, some others I spoke to him on the line. Well, hey, you know what? There's another example of just respecting Aaron. Maybe they don't care what we think. But they're gonna pay for that voting booth is an eventuality. Absolutely. I said it about you have her bedroom and I'll say about this governor. You're thumbing.

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"attorney general bashir" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general bashir" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Lionel combs are also each facing five counts still real was shot during the federal drug raid on November fourth and was pronounced dead three days later I wish Attorney General Bashir well as he transitions to his next role in this state it's a big responsibility that's Kentucky governor Matt Bevin this afternoon announcing he we could see the gubernatorial race is to state Attorney General and now governor read like the anti Bashir following a re campus that took place on November first results that showed no change to Bashir's victory that was just by over five thousand votes baby still causing health problems for more Americans the centers for disease control reports nearly twenty two hundred long injury cases connected to wi cigarettes have been reported as of Wednesday at least forty two deaths have been confirmed in two dozen states and in the district cap in the in the district of Columbia the patients who died range in age from seventeen to seventy five years old every state except for Alaska has reported that they've been injury as well as to American territories the Cleveland Browns defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers for the first time in five years last night twenty one to seven but that when will be overshadowed by what was an ugly into that game as brown's defensive end Garrett not Biles Garrett rip Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph's helmet off after a play and then hit him in the head with it Stiller center marquees Pouncey them an after care throwing punches leading to a brawl read off afterwards said a few ways to describe your its actions hourly come pretty bush league which it honors play take out there to watch haven't seen it replay but yes I'm I really haven't seen in like that yeah but the loss to the the Steelers fall two five and find the Browns were down four and six Pittsburgh will visit the bangles next Sunday college football from Thursday it was can stay coming back to be buffalo thirty to twenty seven in the mac in the ACC pets FOR defeats North Carolina thirty four to twenty seven that game finishing in overtime in you see basketball defeats Alabama a and M. eighty five fifty three at fifth third arena the bear cats are now two and one art exhibit is a four o'clock I'm John Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. welcome visible USA four days a week at issue with employee burn out on the rise is it time to shave a day off the typical work week for the latest opinions direct from the set back here's Christina stuff of a growing number of companies are finding ways to improve the work life balance most notably by experimenting with a four day work week do you feel you be more productive with an extra day off sixty six percent say yes most definitely blood at thirty four percent a lot of the polar say no it would just lead to more stress when it work Microsoft made headlines recently sharing the results of a trial is held in Japan when it closes offices every Friday during the month of August it led to a forty percent boost in productivity and also cut down on meeting times once a polar asks do you think meetings are important to have it work at around forty percent many say yes because you need to collaborate however the majority at sixty percent say that meetings are generally waste of time and do you think of low wage workers will benefit from the four day work week close it pull here with forty seven percent saying yes it gives flexibility but fifty three percent say no we will obviously cut their pay and one more from the zip fab one of schools tested out the forty program do you think that would be as successful thirty percent say yes it could benefit the kids but most at seventy percent believe that kids really need the structure thanks Christina downloads a poll USA in your favorite apps store today share your opinions and make sure your voice is heard we'll have poll results every day on the trending topics taken directly from this event paid for by Sebold USA all coming in.

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"attorney general bashir" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general bashir" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Now the latest traffic and weather together right now the there is an accident hillside Avenue west of Anderson ferry road now ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. got it mostly clear now and through all of our Friday a morning low of twenty three and an afternoon high forty one at night clouding up and lower twenty six for the weekend I have Saturday at forty four and Sunday at forty seven partly to mostly sunny bring your severe weather station I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh news radio seven hundred W. L. W. greater showing a clear sky our current temperature thirty three degrees I wish Attorney General Bashir well as he transitions to his next role in this state is a big responsibility Kentucky governor Matt Bevin this afternoon as he announced he would concede the gubernatorial race to state Attorney General and now governor elect into Bashir following Avery canvas of the November fifth results that showed no change to Bashir's victory by just over five thousand votes the three men accused of causing the death of a dating pulled every day detective were indicted today thirty nine year old anything Goddard junior the man accused of shooting detective George del Rio on November fourth during a drug raid leading to his death days later faces nine counts five which could lead to the death penalty if convicted vice president Mike pence it's quote another said it's quote a nother heartbreaking day for students and parents in America ants was speaking in northern California.

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"attorney general bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"General Andy Bashir from incumbent governor Matt Bevin Attorney General Bashir already claiming victory I haven't had an opportunity yet to speak to governor Bevin but my expectation is that he will honor he will honor the election that was held there he will help us make this transition governor Babbitt not likely to be taking that victory call from the Attorney General anytime soon would it be a Bevin race if it wasn't a squeaker I mean come on I mean really and truly this is a close close race we are not conceding this race by any stretch a key part of the race was the vote total for the libertarian candidate Josh Hicks who claimed around twenty eight thousand votes statewide the Libertarian Party of Kentucky putting a statement on Facebook saying in part quote we're always happy to split the vote in a way that causes delicious tears tonight there are plenty of delicious tears from Bevin supporters the rest of the statewide races went to Republicans in on questionable margins it's seven thirty three am news radio eight forty WHAS headed to Jefferson County now all were the J. C. P. S. board race involving Joe Marshall was decided with Marshall keeping its position for the remainder of the term voters choosing to keep Marshall in place in the CD was appointed to three months ago following a resignation we're talking a whistle blower again and rand Paul's in the middle of it he says he could release the name of that whistle blower whose complained about the president's phone call with his Ukrainian counterpart has sparked the house impeachment inquiry a day after calling on the media to print the whistle blowers name during the president's robbery in a rally the junior senator told fox news he knows who it is I can and I met but I can do it right now if I want nothing stops and there's no law that stops me from doing it other than that I don't want to make it about the one individual the whistleblowers complained about the July phone call is what started the impeachment inquiry a suspect is under arrest in connection with the murders of a Mormon family in Mexico the victim's part of a fundamentalist Mormon community in Mexico in a dual US and Mexican citizenship the three women and six children were shot and burned after their cars are ambushed by a drug cartel Mexican police say the suspect was arrested near the Arizona border on Capitol Hill today several high ranking officials in the tribe administration being called to testify in the impeachment inquiry energy secretary Rick Perry and three other top officials on the roster for the closed door interviews with the house intelligence foreign affairs and oversight committees however it's not clear if any of them will actually make the trip to the hill and a nine one one response to a shooting in coral springs Florida was mishandled and delayed more than thirty minutes according to an internal investigation the police report into the nine one one call center also found a supervisor we're spending an enormous amount of time streaming Netflix the initial shooting call in June was mislabelled by the call taker is a suspicious insane and not a shooting victim call two more times in the victim's sister called once I want to say.

Andy Beshear speaks after declaring victory in Kentucky

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Andy Beshear speaks after declaring victory in Kentucky

"Attorney General Bashir already claiming victory I haven't had an opportunity yet to speak to governor Bevin but my expectation is that he will honor he will honor the election that was held there he will help us make this transition governor Babbitt not likely to be taking that victory call from the Attorney General anytime soon would it be a Bevin race if it wasn't a squeaker I mean come on I mean really and truly this is a close close race we are not conceding this race by any stretch

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"attorney general bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Are you a good luck with that because I mean how are you good how's it gonna work that will be I mean you've got a Republican Senate a Republican house of course how you gonna bring all of this together I wonder now you know be sure it's been a campaigning on this idea of listening to other people of listening to people clearly teachers rallied around of this man I clearly similar things happen and I think like a lot of people that this is more about Matt Bevin saying some of the things that he said the condescension and everything else than it than anything else this is almost it feels like the election when somebody would win class president you know because they gave everybody a sucker or something I mean it it well everybody always feels so good when you're in that's the thing we like about elections I mean even yours truly is a political latest got caught up in watching returns because I watch it almost like a watch a football game like you're watching a score and into everybody's excited there's a lot of excitement now it's new blood it's fresh colleague is Tony been any talk about when you get carpets clean for the first time it smells fresh Kentucky smells fresh because there's no leadership and then we kind of lose that feeling about eighteen months into it will realize not a whole lot stall out different and that's not a bad thing that just means the process works and we all know things move smooth election so but a thing to look at with Attorney General Bashir yeah I see the office he currently holds now because that nothing is certified right again and there's likely a challenge coming on technicalities let's let's not you know it you know as a democratic Attorney General in a largely Republican controlled capital yet of Republican governor Republican legislatures he's used to being the odd man out if you will when the political conversations so he's just doing it they all should this vote total hotel just do it from a different office and albeit with a little more power but he's familiar with being in that position what I wonder about is if he will actually listen to the Republicans and I wonder to look Republicans will listen to him in this pension this whole pension thing because I do think that governor Bevan and the legislature's been right to really try and attack this funding of the pension what I don't necessarily agree with is how they try to find it you know and I don't have any Bashir is talked about gaming for example as part of his platform medical marijuana and I know a lot of people are against and everything else so how are we gonna find things folks because they're they're they're it at some point you can make cuts cuts cuts cuts had cut but you have to plan things if you want the best teachers you can't start about a deal thirty two thirty thirty thousand thirty four thousand dollars you you know if you want all these things in your community you have to come up with the Jack just like the kind of service you want and a really nice restaurant you have to pay for a things and I'm not proposing are trying to propose a tax increase per se but we just nobody wants taxes we had people all the way from the east end of the west and win the the taxes were trying to be raised by mayor Fisher on insurance how home a whole house injured and everybody complained about and and and it didn't get done of course I'm not saying but given my take a one way or the other other Dan funding has to occur in order for you to get good stuff what they do the thing to look at here.

"attorney general bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Now yours Tony groups well over five thousand votes separate sure the Attorney General leading governor Matt Bevin I have to say leading I guess although last night at ten OO one PM Mr Bashir declared himself the Victor and they go with a choral collection now I don't Kentucky I don't know how that works every I guess you can still win without conceding without having a concession from your opponent because our total is there and I know that that's there some protocols they are in yeah etiquette if you will for elections but if they were to certify the vote right now Attorney General Bashir would be the next governor of the Commonwealth don't you know that let's say that okay the Bevin picks up three hundred twenty seven votes or whatever you know because of what he has alleged he alleged irregularities that he has when his campaign was asked by multiple outlets can you define these irregularities they have not responded so it's the only irregularities that we are aware of and again it's there's a hundred twenty counties and thousands of precincts so excuse us for not knowing all of them but the only ones that we are aware of is the precincts here low over the head to be locked down for a brief time due to a police incident on Wall elementary I went to bow in elementary when I was a kid but it was unrelated to the to the vote so it was at some sort of a stolen car situation two guys run a stolen card and and the election board been compensated that polling places some extra time and it all came out in the wash so that was the only if I mean if you want to call that irregularity that we are aware of so even even let's say that by Bevin picked up three four let's say picked up two thousand votes you know where we go from there you're still you know three thousand and change off the mark I it's and so you wonder now I can hear it now from some in the Republican Party they're gonna go after the secretary of state also underground garages been of targeted there's anyway talk about whatever yeah I mean there there's gonna be all kinds of Hey being made here over the last next a few days a suspect for weeks it's been this is not going to but I I would be thoroughly surprised that this gets settled today because I imagine the Bevin campaign will exercise all of their available tools of the challenge the selection but what he can't challenges how did you lose an election where everybody else in your party on the other card so to speak one and you know in fairly convincing fashion in in a lot of those cases are most those cases yeah I mean that's that's something he's going to have to address these also going after dress how the for you know the leader of the National Party president trump stands on the stage with you in the center of said state and gives you a glowing endorsement and then you fall short I mean that's don't when you get a presidential boost your something I mean that's what I mean that's what it's for speech must be a boost why is this a referendum yeah you know a lot of people are of course many Democrats and others are going to say this is a referendum well but well what will happen in about eighteen months will be complaining about the same things with this issue we complained about the last election that's all mu points was trying to explain my family last night it's great if you can at one you're quoting today I imagine is gonna be a lot of people coming to work this morning quite unhappy although maybe lessen the blow because the win by the cats in the cards last night as well as western Kentucky so maybe that'll lessen the blow a little bit but you know I mean long story short I've lived through how many governor since my time here in the Commonwealth and not a lot's changed whether they had in our dear from their name selling the important thing that to think about is that history was not on the side of governor Bevin now like it or not it's yeah this state has never elected a Republican governor to.

"attorney general bashir" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:41 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general bashir" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We are north highland Sacramento it's ten o'clock from KQED public radio in San Francisco I'm Rachel my row president Donald trump's policies on immigration seem brutal and inhumane that may be because he wants them to be according to New York times journalist Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Michael sheer in their new book border wars roughly one hundred fifty people they interviewed described in administration I'm interested in facts and bent on pursuing an agenda popular with their core political supporters regardless of the impacts on immigrants and refugees if you find the ongoing family separation crisis southern border shocking about the decision making process behind in the oval office we'll talk to the office about what they've learned and what they predict is coming next after the news live from NPR news in Washington I'm she Stevens Democrats will take control of the Virginia house and Senate for the first time in over two decades following Tuesday's closely watched all fear election because of also retain control of the Mississippi governor's office after GOP lieutenant governor take Reeves defeated democratic Attorney General Jim hood in Kentucky democratic Attorney General and the sheer as declare victory in that state's rate per governor but incumbent Republican Matt Bevin is refusing to concede Kentucky public radio's Ryen Barton has more with a hundred percent of precincts reporting Attorney General Bashir has about forty seven hundred more votes than governor Patton but the Associated Press hasn't called the race and neither has better we want the process to be followed the process will be followed and in the end we will have the governor that was chosen by the people of Kentucky and that's the way the process should work seven has been rated one of the most unpopular governors in the country by national polls president Donald Trump held a rally for Bevin on Monday but on election night trump's campaign manager said that quote the president just about drags governor Matt Bevin across the finish line helping him run stronger than expected for NPR news I'm Ryland Barton in Louisville Kentucky president trump has offered to help Mexico tracked down the culprits in Monday's ambush killings of non US citizens NPR's are you sure Roscoe reports that the victims may have been attacked by a gang members the White House says president trump condemned the violence that killed nine members of a family including six children trump told Mexico's president at the US can assist Mexico in bringing the perpetrators to justice the victims are members of a religious community that has lived in Mexico for decades since splitting off from the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints Mexican officials say they're investigating whether the attack on the convoy of SUVs was a case of mistaken identity or whether the family was targeted rival cartels have been fighting over the territory in the area isa Roscoe NPR news Washington meeting and he will pay sixty million dollars to several governments allegations that it misled customers of unlimited data plans by slowing down service for heavy users the FTC says that eighteen T. will automatically provide partial refunds Wall Street stocks closed mixed Tuesday with the Dow industrials hitting a new high strong economic data and other market gauges are at an all time high but analysts Sam Stovall of C. F. R. A. research says US investors will have to keep an eye on foreign economic developments we are all like mountain climbers tethered together the U. S. might be the lead climber with a solid grip and firm footing but if the other economies slip and fall yes they will drag us with them the Dow Jones industrial average rose thirty points Tuesday to close at twenty seven hundred forty two four hundred ninety two the nasdaq that's not the point you're listening to NPR news the European Union acknowledges that the twenty fifteen international accord that limits Iran's nuclear activities is on shaky ground and urges the nation to resume compliance teri Schultz reports that the E. U. concerns follow Tehran's announcement of new violations of the agreement Iranian president Hassan Rohani says his government will begin injecting uranium hexafluoride into centrifuges at its underground nuclear enrichment facility for Joe he explains that international inspectors will be present and witnessed the activities European Commission spokeswoman my equity on judge wouldn't say with the E. U.'s next steps will be if international inspectors confirm violations as soon the that it's true that I'm holding this agreement is difficult because she says but we continue to do everything we can to Iran blames Europe for failing to provide the significant economic support promised in the agreement in the face of US sanctions for NPR news I'm teri Schultz in Brussels buffalo wild wings as its failure to Chicago area employees for asking a group of customers to change tables because another gas didn't like sitting near people of color the New York based restaurant chain says it's ordered sensitivity training for some other employees involved and imposed a lifetime ban against the offending customer the incident involving a multi racial group of mostly children occurred over a week ago and a franchise in the Chicago suburb of Naperville an attorney representing the agreed says a lawsuit will not be necessary if the restaurant chain changes the way that it hires and trains employees I'm she Stevens NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include HomeAdvisor committed to helping homeowners find the right pros for their home projects homeowners can read reviews book appointments and check cost guides for home projects at home advisor dot com or on the mobile app welcome to form I'm Rachel my row president Donald trump's relentless push to build a border wall something he's talked about incessantly since launching his campaign for the presidency is not just the centerpiece of his policy agenda it's an object lesson in the way an administration bent on a particular outcome will resist all advice to the contrary and bully career government officials in the crossing legal lines to please a president or at least avoid getting fired this hour we talk with the authors of border wars a disturbing page Turner of a book that takes a deep dive into immigration policy in the age of trump with me in studio now we have Michael sheer White House correspondent for The New York Times thank you for being here sure happy to do it and Julie Hirschfeld Davis congressional editor for The New York Times thank you for being here thanks for having us well who wants to start by telling us what inspired this book I'm you know Julie and I have to have been reporting on Washington in Washington politics for a long time and part of that has always been covering immigration issues in other presidencies bush and and and Obama and I think we both knew that the that this president given what his campaign was built around in the fact that he focus so much on immigration especially illegal immigration during the campaign we all we both knew that we would be inevitably dragged into coverage of that issue and sure enough you know we even within the first week of the presidency when he issued the travel ban both of us were immediately off to the races writing about this issue and I think by the end of that first year in office the two of us did a a fairly extensive piece for The New York Times that looked at his immigration agenda and how much he had done in that first year and that helped convince us I think that there was a lot more to come and that there was a bigger story to tell not only about immigration policy but also to use that as a way to help understand this president's decision making the people around him the chaos and the kind of a chaotic nature of decision making and I think that that that really does with the two twin goals of the book to to both expose and and to reveal more about the immigrate his immigration agenda and his policies and what that means for America and also to understand him better how hard was it to get people to talk to you we're words they afraid of retribution there or was it just to do see they had to share with someone I think it was it took us awhile to sort of figure out what our best channels are gonna be to to sort of tell the story as Mike mentioned we had been reporting this around this issue for a long time and had spent you know the first a year and a half of the trump presidency and actually several months before that during the transition track trying to develop sources and relationships with people inside the White House and inside the administration who could you know be reliable sort of narrators of what was actually going on but it did take some convincing to Jack to both persuade people to talk and also to find the right people who would be able to give us the kind of detail that we needed a kind of insights that we were looking for to really effectively tell the story I think what we found was it was helpful that we were writing a book and not a newspaper story for this particular Jack said people felt more free and more eager to kind of put everything in contacts in a longer more more reflective way than they might have if we were just calling them up to ask them for a couple of pieces of information we need for the next day's paper and then I think as we got deeper into the process and we learned more and we would go to people with sort of fully formed ideas of what happened in needing to just fill in some holes and help us understand why a lot of our sources I think found it cathartic in the and some of them said you know it's almost like PTSD they were reliving some really horrifying episodes but I do think it was and the word got around on some of the people we talked to you of like I here talking to you is really therapeutic and I'm not I should do it like therapy that helped us although I would never we we never tried to pass this ourselves off you know you you paint a picture in the book of trump is a kind of mad king's surrounded by believe your minions some sympathetic to his politics but but trying to keep them from killing people yeah right I mean essentially the the picture that that emerge from all these interviews we interviewed about a hundred and fifty people for the book inside and outside the administration and I think the picture that emerged was of one in which the real tension was between a president who had these sort of gut instinct about immigration and these kind of this kind of simplistic view of of wanting and needing to keep people out of the country surrounded by people who amplified that intensified that had ideas these are people like Steven Miller for example who people know but also people like a fellow named to G. A. Jean Hamilton who you know sort of never had a a real public profile but was a lawyer and worked on Capitol Hill for a senator sessions in and these were people that amplified the president's instincts and pushed and pushed and sort of set about to push through a whole set of really aggressive policies and what that collided with was a bureaucracy and as you mention it it wasn't just the sort of classic career civil service people but it was also even the political appointees for the president himself who you know really ended up resisting what they saw as either immoral illegal or or in many cases just impractical ideas that went so over the top that the you know they they sort of concluded they couldn't be done and it was in that because it was in that collision between the president's demands and the response of the bureaucracy the that that some of these things could be done that the.

Democrats win control of House and Senate in Virginia

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01:11 min | 2 years ago

Democrats win control of House and Senate in Virginia

"Democrats will take control of the Virginia house and Senate for the first time in over two decades following Tuesday's closely watched all fear election because of also retain control of the Mississippi governor's office after GOP lieutenant governor take Reeves defeated democratic Attorney General Jim hood in Kentucky democratic Attorney General and the sheer as declare victory in that state's rate per governor but incumbent Republican Matt Bevin is refusing to concede Kentucky public radio's Ryen Barton has more with a hundred percent of precincts reporting Attorney General Bashir has about forty seven hundred more votes than governor Patton but the Associated Press hasn't called the race and neither has better we want the process to be followed the process will be followed and in the end we will have the governor that was chosen by the people of Kentucky and that's the way the process should work seven has been rated one of the most unpopular governors in the country by national polls president Donald Trump held a rally for Bevin on Monday but on election night trump's campaign manager said that quote the president just about drags governor Matt Bevin across the finish line helping him run stronger than expected for NPR news I'm Ryland Barton in Louisville

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"attorney general bashir" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general bashir" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"From NPR news in Washington I'm she Stevens Democrats will take control of the Virginia house and Senate for the first time in over two decades following Tuesday's closely watched all fear election Lukens of also retain control of the Mississippi governor's office after GOP lieutenant governor Tate Reeves defeated democratic Attorney General Jim hood in Kentucky democratic Attorney General and sheer as declare victory in that state's rate per governor but incumbent Republican Matt Bevin is refusing to concede Kentucky public radio's Ryen Barton has more with a hundred percent of precincts reporting Attorney General Bashir has about forty seven hundred more votes than governor Bevin but the Associated Press hasn't called the race and neither has Bevin we want the process to be followed the process will be followed and in the end we will have the governor that was chosen by the people of Kentucky and that's the way the process should work seven has been rated one of the most unpopular governors in the country by national polls president Donald Trump held a rally for Bevin on Monday but on election night trump's campaign manager said that quote the president just about drags governor Matt Bevin across the finish line helping him run stronger than expected for NPR news I'm Ryland Barton in willful Kentucky president trump is offered to help Mexico tracked down the culprits in Monday's ambush killings of non US citizens and Paris are you sure Roscoe reports that the victims may have been attacked by a gang members the White House says president trump condemned the violence that killed nine members of a family including six children trump told Mexico's president that the US can assist Mexico in bringing the perpetrators to justice the victims are members of a religious community that has lived in Mexico for decades since splitting off from the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints Mexican officials say they're investigating whether the attack on the convoy of SUVs was a case of mistaken identity or whether the family was targeted rival cartels have been fighting over the territory in the area isa Rasco NPR news Washington meeting and he will pay sixty million dollars to sell the government's allegation that it misled customers of unlimited data plans by slowing down service for heavy users the FTC says that eighteen T. will automatically provide partial refunds Wall Street stocks closed mixed Tuesday with the Dow industrials hitting a new high strong economic data and other market cages are at an all time high but analysts Sam Stovall of C. F. or a research says US investors will have to keep an eye on foreign economic developments we are all like mountain climbers tethered together the U. S. might be the lead climber with a solid grip and firm footing but if the other economies slip and fall yes they will drag us with them the Dow Jones industrial average rose thirty points Tuesday to close at twenty seven hundred forty two four hundred ninety two the nasdaq that's not the point you're listening to NPR news the European Union acknowledges that the twenty fifteen international accord that limits Iran's nuclear activities is on shaky ground and urges the nation to resume compliance reports that the E. U. concerns follow Tehran's announcement of new violations of the agreement Iranian president Hassan Rohani says his government will begin injecting uranium hexafluoride into centrifuges at its underground nuclear enrichment facility for Joe he explains that international inspectors will be present and witnessed the activities European Commission spokeswoman my equity on judge wouldn't say with the E. U.'s next steps will be if international inspectors confirm violations as soon the that it's true that I'm holding this agreement is difficult coaching options says but we continue to do everything we can Tehran blames Europe for failing to provide the significant economic support promised in the agreement in the face of U. S. sanctions for NPR news I'm teri Schultz in Brussels buffalo wild wings as its minor to Chicago area employees for asking a group of customers to change tables because another gas didn't like sitting near people of color the New York based restaurant chain says it's ordered sensitivity training for some other employees involved and imposed a lifetime ban against the offending customer the incident involving a multi racial group of mostly children occurred over a week ago at a franchise in the Chicago suburb of Naperville an attorney representing the agreed says a lawsuit will not be necessary if the restaurant chain changes the way that it.

"attorney general bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"To Lexington calling Bevin a great governor and stated quote Matt will never let you down both the governor and his challenger Attorney General Bashir campaigned over the weekend in western Kentucky this administration travels around the economy is great the economy is not working for eastern Kentucky if they vote their values and not their party the Republicans will win in the president's rally is tonight at Rupp arena aids expected to speak at around seven o'clock supporters of the president already lining the streets outside of robbery net does in setting up a camp just to be first in line for tonight's event people from as far away for as Minnesota in line the president expected to use his standard campaign speech along with some support for the governor as well it's seven oh two it news radio eight forty WHAS in low of all the city planning eight days worth of events to pay tribute to veterans and active duty service members on Friday mayor Greg Fischer announced twenty seven patriotic events for the twenty nineteen week of valor the week kicked off Saturday morning with the twenty to push up challenge a waterfront park other events include a women veterans town hall on Thursday and veterans wellness expo run and walk on November ninth the ninth annual veterans day parade is Monday November eleventh the route starts at fourth and liberty and will then move west along Jefferson street to seventh street Suzanne Duval news radio eight forty WHAS we go to ran where that nation today is announced its breaking another one of its commitments to the twenty fifteen nuclear deal Iranian officials say the country has doubled the amount of centrifuges used to weaponize uranium the tension between the US and Iran also playing out as Iranians celebrate the nineteen seventy nine hostage crisis Aromanians pouring into the streets across the country to mark forty years since students stormed the US embassy and took American hostages for four hundred and forty four days in downtown Tehran Ronnie ins chanting death to America and death to Israel they're tearing as they burn American flags in a televised speech Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei again ruled out talks with the trump administration Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem for White House officials who were scheduled to give depositions in the tribe impeachment inquiry aren't showing up there's a fair Jules reportedly planning to skip today's closed door session on Capitol Hill two of them have already been subpoenaed and democratic lawmakers are threatening to issue subpoenas for the other two meanwhile the president's threatening to cut funding to California's wildfires rage across the state the president saying that wild fires consume California's force every year in the state always comes the federal government for funding doubt fight them present declaring quote no more California governor Gavin Newsom responded by saying the president is excused from this conversation because he doesn't believe in climate change your next news update coming at seven thirty I'm will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS Kentucky Ennis breaking news weather and traffic station your.

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03:41 min | 2 years ago

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"News radio in good morning Tony Christie seconds when he's had to have associate professor of political science at the university of Kentucky state boss joining us David good morning appreciate you joining us so the polls say with the governor's race it's a dead heat between the governor was sheer and Attorney General David this year governor of sub governor Bevin Attorney General Bashir what do you think about this race what do you say for sure we have very little polling data and then the polls in Kentucky here are unreliable anyway we we can't trust them judging from the last few statewide election so they might as well treated as a coin toss is that he so a thirty percent to turnouts kind of what happens during gubernatorial races do you suspect that'll happen again or do you feel like people are both energize either because they're Donald Trump fans indoor the the teachers of movement and the pension movement that we so they've heard about well for sure we'll see low turn out by the standards of a presidential or even senatorial election and that is an environment where active groups whether it's people motivated by the teacher activity or people whipped up by trump and tenses visits they can make a difference this is the sort of election were mobilizing your base might actually you know when the day what do you think governor Bevins biggest issues in assets are and what do you think any Bashir's biggest issues and assets are the problem is the schism within the Republican Party the a schism in a split you know some bad feelings that he's helped with off I think with with his his fights with the Republicans in the legislature he he's got to hope that the state's Republican voters still feel motivated to turn up to keep him in office when one that hasn't been set such a great time for Republicans his his strength is of course that on social and moral issues it's a conservative state the they've been voting Republican consistently in much of much of the state in those habits you know stick around he's had a you know real bullets trying to remind people of why they vote Republican election after election but here's got the advantage that he brought into the election which is his father's remember fairly well it's a hit and how he his name harkens back to a time when the state was more supportive of Democrats he's taken a kind of technical approach to being a statewide leader you know fighting the opioid epidemic epidemic and and lawsuits to help out the state the sort of thing the Democrats customarily have done to become competitive in Republican state that's the advantage to bring them out but he's got those national Democrats the the the Nancy Pelosi's out there and in Washington DC that that makes voters not so sure they want to put somebody with the D. behind his name in the governor's mansion so who do you think's going to win that you not that I said was cantantes in my crystal balls not give me anything more than the polls do you know this is what we know from the polling in the past it it showed the Democrat either in a tie or head and yet the Republicans us contemplating the actual voting came down so in a lot of people are saying a tie in the polls means governor Bevins gonna win that statement is actually way ahead the problem is those old polls took place a time when the Democrats were in charge then so now that the Republicans have both the White House in the governor's mansion there's no guarantee the polls are gonna keep making their mistakes in the same direction so I I'm not willing to assume that a tie in the polls means Bevins ahead a two time doctor boss is always even boss so he pressed her political side to U. K. let's stay in touch thanks.

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

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"Problems on pop a little road Newburgh road up to the water St expressway it's traffic still in good shape on sixty four east bound to Floyd county our next report in ten minutes about US news radio eight forty WHAS I'm WLKY meteorologist map l'usage with your Tuesday forecast expecting mostly cloudy but dry day highs near sixty three will keep the mostly cloudy skies tonight lows down to fifty three degrees showers and a few storms expected by tomorrow highs near sixty eight will continue that rain for Halloween temperatures in the mid sixties near sixty five for a high quality by Halloween night into the forty after W. okay why forecast Annapolis today it's fifty seven it news radio eight forty WHAS our top story as another gubernatorial debate this time the candidates mad at the studios of K. ET in Lexington governor Babbitt and Attorney General Bashir discussing a handful of issues including expanded gaming well I was over five hundred and fifty million dollars of revenue every year to those border states just on casinos before sports betting or any of the rest if we expand gaming we put that money directly to the pension system and I have you or anyone else ever asked him to qualify where they're suppose in five hundred and fifty million dollars comes from have you ever seen a study ever did actually corroborates that when we started these conversations a few months and months ago it was two hundred and two hundred fifty that it worked its way up to five hundred now it's as much as five fifty you used a couple times ago these are made up numbers if you miss that debate don't sweat it they'll do it again tonight in northern Kentucky it's six oh two it news radio eight forty WHAS we're gonna Shelbyville now where police are trying to figure out why someone would shoot out the drive through window at a K. F. C. witnesses say the Monday afternoon shooting was all over a fork and napkin.

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

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"In the father of Kentucky secretary of state Alison undergoing Grimes was found guilty on all counts in a federal trial over illegal contributions he was found guilty of ten counts related to his daughter's unsuccessful run for U. S. Senate in twenty fourteen against Mitch McConnell undergoing a former state lawmaker has been a prominent figure in the state's Democratic Party for decades political consultant Dale Evans was also convicted of six charges will have more on this at for governor Matt Bevin challenges his November opponent on abortion in a new video abortion becoming a big part of the race between Bevin and Attorney General Andy but share this morning the governor laying down a challenge for Bashir the question I have for Attorney General Bashir do you stand with Planned Parenthood do you stand with the fact that they are trafficking in human body parts or will you stand with the people of Kentucky and condemn this reprehensible behavior you ought to answer the people of Kentucky a spokesman for the Bashir campaign asked if the governor has any evidence of the claims are of the run verified citing the governors on verified claim that someone kills themselves on the casino floor every day will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS a statement from bush your campaign spokesman says Matt Bevin is once again trafficking in dangerous fringe rhetoric anti bush your supports roe V. Wade which includes reasonable restrictions especially on late term of procedures an LAPD officer is injured in a crash that happened during a police chase in the east in. a police spokesman Dwight Mitchell says it started after a person was robbed at gunpoint around nine thirty this morning your English station road originally.

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"In the father of Kentucky secretary of state Alison wonder Grimes was found guilty on all counts in a federal trial over illegal contributions he was found guilty of ten counts related to his daughter's unsuccessful run for U. S. Senate in twenty fourteen against Mitch McConnell undergoing a former state lawmaker has been a prominent figure in the state's Democratic Party for decades political consultant Dale Evans was also convicted of six charges will have more on this at for governor Matt Bevin challenges his November opponent on abortion in a new video abortion becoming a big part of the race between Bevin and Attorney General Andy but share this morning the governor laying down a challenge for Bashir the question I have for Attorney General Bashir do you stand with Planned Parenthood do you stand with the fact that they are trafficking in human body parts or will you stand with the people of Kentucky and condemn this reprehensible behavior you ought to answer the people of Kentucky a spokesman for the Bashir campaign asked if the governor has any evidence of the claims are of the run verified citing the governor's unverified claim that someone kills themselves on the casino floor every day will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS a statement from bush your campaign spokesman says Matt Bevin is once again trafficking in dangerous fringe rhetoric anti bush your supports roe V. Wade which includes reasonable restrictions especially on late term of procedures an LAPD officer is injured in a crash that happened during a police chase in the east in. a police spokesman Dwight Mitchell says it started after a person was robbed at gunpoint around nine thirty this morning your English station road originally.

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15:04 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general bashir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"A makes a casting in within the stock no words we have a one hundred percent contact of the batting area the recall area within the stock to absorb. the recall and rather than just having a wood or plastic there and there is no movement allowed in your mail action in relationship to stop can ban with that. free floating means that you have no pressure exerted by the stock itself on to the barrel. now. what you're dealing with an accuracy on a hop on arrival is harmonics harmonics create accuracy or inaccuracy. think about this battle being nothing more than a piece of pipe and if you exert pressure on smack it with a hammer you get a shock wave that goes down at Merrill you can feel all the way through. if that bullet exits when the shock wave is at its high points are low point. are you have an accurate rifle. if the operator our little exes when this battle is under motion because of your groups to spread. so controlling accuracy on the gun is one hundred percent affected by hold the harmonics within the bears structure. that's all we're doing lower glass bedding and free floating this or try to control those harmonics free floating is the first part of Iraq arising the rifle. before you know whether you're going to have to put pressure on the barrel help dampen the harmonics it must be free of pressure around at first then on a lot of cartridges I've got two of them that I've had to produce six pounds of of bail pressure within the stock in order to get the rifle to settle and group. they they're going shoot one whole groups I mean they're from not only acted now but they sure weren't originally. so hopefully that answers your question clarify some of it. thank you so much. appreciate it thanks yeah here is there's a. tremendous. benefit actually to to doing that with a rifle because without it is not to say of B. inaccurate but in some of the calibers where there's high pressure the recall factors it cetera it tames that down and makes it much more consistent I think the best way to describe that well. so any time you've got movement with an action is out of stock your damaging the stock area in sooner or later the stock is going to split or break you've got to get that under control one hundred percent and then the free floating just goes hand in hand with well let me give a hunter's perspective if I may okay. I don't know how many folks I have heard well I rested the barrel my rifle all my. stay in the rest of the barrel my rifle Honda treaty and when you do you've destroyed the inherent accuracy because it's slapping against in chasing the harmonics the harmonics just just to your point our pressure you the way yes the they'll now on sixty six Remington was a classic about this it was a superbly acted little rifle I mean just I mean it went like ten thousand rounds shooting aerial two inch square blocks right without a malfunction but the rifle had one issue to the bail was free floating within the stock therefore if you took a rest on the stock particularly to the sad it would push the barrel to the opposite side rearrested so if you use leaned up a tree on the right side it would push the bullet to the left yes because the battle would actually slowed and beyond one of your the set that record that copper wire I think it was how the world can I remember that name actually for network needs of folks and see but he was of notable individuality held the record for phone for many years shoot them with a rifle yes all right let's go to Shane Shane Europe if you're a Roman. Jim always enjoy show up on the field spoke to last week she found the the subject that the opening here I think there's still a little confusion you can certainly and it was the case in the past Kerry a farm if you had a concealed carry permit inside the capitol we carry it openly they did regulate that you and it's still the case couldn't take a concealed Kerry. on the house floor or in the Senate chambers that that still the case but now this all goes back to the Kentucky state constitution and the bill of rights article one section seven. we clear the legislature my only legislate concerning the concealed Kerry fox and that's why when I called last week I wanted to put the word out and let you know we're we're all on the same team here let people know that Attorney General Bashir has an official opinion request from a state represented represent go forth I asked very clearly are there any legal public gun free zones and the call of Kentucky the answer of course is there isn't it it it the sun the sun gun free zone for me. yes exactly. were you can be compelled to be on our you might have to do it openly but there is no place in Kentucky according to our constitution that you may Kerry or be compelled to be defenseless now yeah I'm afraid there is. you can not you can not Kerry physically carry a firearm anywhere in in the courthouse in the state of Kentucky. that is incorrect Sir if it is well sayings. saying let me pause here for me. you have your side of the argument brother rolled okay as his last I just what what. here's what I'm okay into a winner if we get the attorney general's opinion and a legal standing order I don't think. anything we discuss here is going to be definitive if it if it's charged against our state constitution it will have to stand where in a courthouse that's All I Want to say okay I'm not I'm not. it's our carry a gun in the Jefferson County courthouse and see what happens or try to cure it in the capital. which is what I said last week I've done it I've done it many times in the capital in in that so I'm glad you brought that up because last week you you talk about the truth the truth is not the wall Sir the constitution is the law and you talked also last week about you know being a firefighter in a previous life I was a federal agent previously a mile off and Ole law enforcement if the current conflict or trained that every individual you come across as all that so it's not there's a lot of wives tales of the came out about constitutional carried this completely change but not of the world trying I can tell you for a fact if there will train completely trained every individual they come across is all. let's hearing you you're right about that part but what I do not think you're correct about it I've never tested it but I will say this I have been. because to go through the screening process every time I've been in the capital going in the legislature and if you had a gun or knife you had to leave the door. well that and not to have been out I'm not saying whether that's constitutional not I'm telling you that's a fact so you're saying in your previous law enforcement. that that trooper they did that was illegal. that was incorrect in the state of Kentucky you have always had the ability to openly carry in the state capital and if you have a valid concealed carry permit you have always had the legal ability to carry concealed if you had that permit now they've got the screen set up there sure let me take this forward in those step if I may I'm I'm just playing devil's advocate here yeah but I'm not on one side or the other as a matter of fact I'll be on your side more than not but let me give you another example. our folks going to go on the airplane millions. there's a big. you're telling me in the state. no no no no I didn't say that at all I never said that yes you do you said you were. note that shafted federal. we have we have federal law we have state law and we have local law those are apples and oranges when it comes to federal law and state law I was a federal law portion of your show on no fool will those are two different animals all right so that airplane to sit now here's standard from field and it's in the state of Kentucky and I'm assist state citizen what I have a right to carry farm on the you think you can carry a farm right up to the TSA chicken point. check me on it it's legal I don't have a scan use that point he is certain on terror firmer in the state of Kentucky. then it falls under TSA which is federal authorities Sir all right that is is apples and oranges. that's what the post office I've never argued up never I've never stated that you can legally carry on post ups ground or Fort Knox ripple Campbell that's a different animal okay too okay well I'm trying to quantify what we're talking about and I hope you can go ahead I'm I'm still I am thrilled to speak about this or and and you know likes it all three of us in this conversation and I and others listen we're on the same team up I'm not trying to you know that we are gonna I'm trying to to put things out that most Kentucky ends on a war of there is much when it comes to firearms laws in Kentucky those who would would very much that they can't stand the thought the gym Schroeder or shame more sure the gentleman there with you able to have what they see as their special authority I used to be on check the details for general officers I can tell you right now they are immaculately protected with armed personnel that would not dream of their family being unprotected so you know this is the this is all about leveling the playing field here and well. I agree with that but I'm on a few question rather your fair question this yes Sir what type of law enforcement personnel were you. army COD pro over schedule okay and we this gave the federal felony crimes once our house will sell the house of protective service most aren't very good. and and we appreciate your service I absolutely and and and appreciate stuff like that I'm thrilled that you're bringing this up because I don't know of anywhere else this is being given by the state what for and so you know. you've you've got my my hat's off to you for were dressed in this because so many Kentuckians or they will go out without having the means to protect their families the because there's been so much effort here to argue skate or you can or can't protect your family in the state of Kentucky we're unique there is known for. work but you may legally be disarmed in public in the Commonwealth you may have to carry it openly but we are very unique in that fact in the in the mail that is taking an attorney general's office he has long been a precedent well this is the attorney general's in six months is the Max they take on issue an opinion. August the fifteenth is six months is up and so you know I I would encourage all your listeners keep an eye on it called AG's office I say Hey there's an opinion there that you've been sitting on that will completely change the whole discussion the state out of such things as Gabrielle there are no gun free zones state Kentucky save federal property as well or talk about but if it's if you're in public and the call will Kentucky you're not on federal property and you choose to have a farm fix of what all the special people in all get that protection then then you may do so but how cold I'm sure you have lots of legal you know of lawyers. ask them if you can carry all below in the capital the answer yes Sir and you can carry now you can carry with or without a permit concealed in the capital with the exception of the floor the house and the Senate which I don't disagree with the constitution clearly gives the legislature the forty to regulate concealed Kerry but they have no ability to regulate on the open air. the D. O. C. J. T. it's a new role deal CJ T. open carriage partner colonel just training ritual but but what paper out several years ago that pretty much says exactly what I'm saying they never come out correctly. which you can read between the lines that there is in public there's really no more but you can until somebody to be disarmed them after all. but you have that right the corn our constitution and are you in agreement that if you do open care you open up a can of worms so. I'm not available to carry myself more what I say not that I'm. I personally the only time you see me overly Karen farmers of some hot. no that's just me now you know I don't watch the if I'm in a place that some some evil people or more try to harm a family the first element in the note arms when they feel most flash.

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04:22 min | 2 years ago

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"And you know was able to stop him so how much how much do you guys think they're gonna get it the the ham breakfast is today at the state fair there yeah how much you think they're going to get on that yeah for that all miles what do you think you know some to its I think last year was like a record two point something million dollars it was like a combined bid so right like over two million Bucks for this grand champion hand which is somewhere around the twenty pound range has a lot of money for a for a pound of ham is a lot of how do you do you take that back to the office and you know open up the conference rooms there by coming to some ham sandwiches for one and sometimes easel like these banks or or businessman who but who who are the winning bidders will like give it away to charities all right and then that's where the money goes obviously is to the charity of the winning bid and I miss and filling in for for will this morning I'm usually out there covering the bracket missed because the food is amazing may not always the country handers biscuits and gravy and all no man as the straw you do biscuits and gravy asked why are we doing this show me exactly next time you're at the show absolutely we need to cover that that the that the ham thing you know thoroughly and this is this is not what the fifty is the fifty fourth I think they've been doing it for awhile and I know it's been well over fifty years okay a long time while the yeah in anybody who's anybody in state government and farming in Kentucky is at this is a big event so I wanna suits there were likely hear comments from both governor Beshear of I'm sorry Attorney General Bashir and governor Bevin arena again with a governor Bevin for sure I'm not sure if Attorney General Bashir is on the speaker list for that and also we don't know if senator McConnell will be there because he's nursing that the broken shoulder yeah that's rice is covering from the yeah from the broken shoulder and of course he goes back to work in what a couple of weeks here yeah is the Senate will get back to get back to business we haven't heard any more from the state for I know the policy went into place for the the minors yesterday but I guess we haven't heard any more as far as you know what the feedback spend from folks that are yeah yeah yeah yes it's all just it's been gone off without a hitch pretty much and I know that the J. tell ghastly fest will now is doing the same thing and they're gonna implement that Joe where you have to be with your parents after six o'clock course we just had the one night right on the Kentucky state fair and we're we're going to wrap up the end of the weekend here yeah but still I think as we talked about so many times I think most people would agree that the fair board sort of needed to make a statement they needed to take a stand and well that I I think which was interesting because I had this conversation my wife last night on the way home is that it's like we're now getting to the point where and it's sad that let's be honest this is the top one percent of probably all the kids in the metro under the agency all of that it well it's less than that yeah in so now pretty soon every event we do in the city now kids have to be with their parents at these events at night that's I was a good thing out of its Saturn a what I mean I understand what they're doing to give her enough fault them for doing it is it a sign of the times or is it is it just something that's just a necessity now I guess it is a sign of the times but you know it's just like it's like the same story that you have heard since you were a little kid I mean there's yeah there's always one or two people who screwed up for everybody else it's not you know we we have to protect we tried the idiot proof the world as much as we can and we just can't we will never be able to any approve the world but it is maddening sometimes because we have to jump through so many hoops and we have to restrict other people's freedoms who in most cases you know would be fine they try to have a good time but because there's a few idiots out there who have to screw it up for everybody else we are really forced to take these kinds of actions it really is unfortunate yeah absolutely well we'll see how many more vents around the city will implement this policy we're late night events please twenty before seven it's Joe Elliott in for Tony Cruz a news radio eight forty WHAS heating and cooling traffic.

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07:17 min | 3 years ago

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"Good morning. Six fourteen fifty two heading up the sixty eight showers developing Scottsdale with you Joe Jack amino in the control room. It is Kentucky in his Saturday. Morning news. Very happy mother's day to mothers out there. Very happy mother's day to my mother who somehow as a public schoolteacher single mom raised three boys. I don't know how she did it. But you found a way to get it done. She superwoman she is. And it was amazing into to everyone out there all the moms all those who actually we when we talk about this every year Father's Day. You know, anybody who's a mother figure, parental figure, etc. Yada, yada, yada. But hope your mother's day is absolutely fantastic. I'm some of the stories we're waking up to this morning. You know, I when I'm on with Tony. I tend to knock, you know, the the G no matter who it is. Because they always say, we're gonna stop robocalls. We're going to we're going to lower your gas prices. Well that never happens in it. Never will. Let's just be honest. But I do want to take my head to turn general Andy Bashir as Jerry mentioned earlier announcing yesterday that an indictment in another sexual assault. Case led his office, indicted, Jefferson County. In now for a second time. It's his sexual assaults kit initiative cold case unit, which is doing good work. This attorney general Bashir more investigations, we have the more. It will lead us to serial, rapists, that may still be on our streets. They're opening up. Some of these old cases now, which is absolute fantastic. And that is leading to arrests. So great initiative by the attorney general now, if you really seriously can draw gas prices or stop robocalls. I mean, just just do it. I'm fine with that. Okay. With that. We always give credit where Credit's due that is for sure. Okay. Switching topics. Now, there is a lot to talk about an entertainment news Joan. I talked briefly last week. I did see a vendors endgame, and yeah, it was it was quite a roller coaster ride wasn't. Oh my God. My body still hurts because I was so tense during the last part of the movie and nab was an epic. Final battle Oman. It was in my wife was she was very happy because there's one individual and I want to give spoiler alert. But one superhero came back that she really wanted to see I'll tell you off the air. I don't want to give a spoiler. Okay. Speaking of avengers, not known for humility. Titanic director James Cameron has taken out an ad congratulating marvel studios president Kevin Feige for adventure venue. You senate. Right. No. I thought about you when I was doing prep to write this out because I'm not gonna screw it up. Marvel studios. President Kevin Feige for vendors and games. Sinking Titanic's Titanic box office record last weekend. Endgame steam pass Titanic's decades-old high water Mark with a global hall two point two seven billion plus encountering the twenty second marble studio film, also became only the fifth movie in history to pass the two billion Mark. But you'll Russo who directed for marvel movies along with his brother Anthony says they can't take credit for games record breaking performance incredible on we've said this is standing on the shoulders of giants. You've got a Stanley inject Kirby Gemstar Lynn, originally can fi all the amazing writers and directors who have worked in the marvel universe. I mean, we we really are building off the momentum of a really unique narrative experiment that involve the contribution of a lot of great and really talented people. I don't think they could have really ended that any any way. I go down to one of the greatest endings to a seer. Series. I think it be considering what they took from the very beginning in two thousand eight they started with the individual films, and then started building toward this. Right. Right. It was brilliant. I mean, absolutely fantastic. So good on. If you haven't seen it yet. Absolutely get out and see it. It is well worth it. Meanwhile, Conan O'Brien has settled a lawsuit over joke. Stealing more from ABC's. Jason nathanson. Late night show host Conan O'Brien says he and his staff didn't steal any jokes. But he won't defend himself against the claim in court. He settled a lawsuit. Brought by a guy from San Diego who says O'Brien lifted several jokes for a show from the man's Twitter. Feed in blog O'Brien is adamant that no jokes were stolen. Andy writes in an op Ed for variety that there's evidence all over the place. These days of dozens of people coming up with the same jokes on topical stuff on social media. He says he settled the suit to avoid a, quote, potentially, farcical inexpensive trial. Jason Nathanson, ABC news, Hollywood and Conan O'Brien. You'll Howard Stern's got his new book coming out this week. And he recently named this week is Conan O'Brien is his most interesting interview. So we had Cohen on talking a little bit about stuff like that and whatnot. So get a chance to listen to that go for it. It's also the new HBO mini series. Chernobyl premiered this week focusing on the nineteen eighty six nuclear disaster and its aftermath greater Craig Maison says he knew almost nothing about Chernobyl until five years ago when he went down internet rabbit hole. Looking for information? I knew her noble exploded the way, I knew that the Titanic sank. But if you say to people, well, how did the Titanic sank think? They'll tell you as an iceberg. No, one knows how noble exploded, nobody knows why he goes on to say, yes, it's the story of set explosion at a nuclear power plant. But yet it's own much more. The explosion is the least of it. What happened with the people there, and what people did to to fix it is, and what people did to cause it is mind blowing and at the box office one movie that really isn't going to challenge the vendors anytime soon, but it could at least give some people in alternative, a group of women form a cheerleading squad at the retirement home in poems. Competent. This is a really big deal. People come from all over to compete. You can't compete next to real surely. Yes, we can the categories eighteen plus what we're waiting less hating. Plus fifty looks pretty good more than to quit cheerleading when she was younger, and he sides to start the squad for a second shot, the women decide to take part in a competition with much younger girls improve. It's never too late to chase your dreams comedy stars. Diane Keaton who talks about her decision to do the movie after meeting it's writers era Hayes, he told me about the movie, and I remember thinking my. That could be interesting. And then what happened which was really also something as I read the script. And when I read the script, I thought I you know, I really I really like this. And so maybe we could do this together should be good. Also on the screen coming up this week at an Hatheway returns. She's in the hustle. Maybe we'll get a chance to talk about that later. Meanwhile, it is the week after derby. So let's head over to wwl Kyi be real meteorologist. I'll get it. Right. Thank you. It was we're weather goddess. Susan. We're good. Thank you what we were talking Joe. And I were talking about the number of events to include the March of dimes walking you guys are a big part of. But everybody does that we have to it looks like the weather's going to cooperate. 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"Common sense. Oakland Conway on NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A S. Because you got a lot of time. So your phone rings. He doesn't say it's your wife, but it looks like our number. It doesn't say at your mother-in-law. But it looks like her number. So you answer it. I don't I answered the call from your mother in law. But anyway, you answer it. And it turns out to be a prince in Nigeria who wants to transfer some money into your count. And then have you transfer it back to him cooler, and you get to keep ten percent of it that should be illegal. I don't know why it isn't. But state Representative Kevin Bratcher from here in Louisville has pre filed a Bill for the twenty two thousand nine legislative session. That would begins today that would require anyone who makes a phone call seeking a solicitation or contribution to lie to list, his or her true, caller identification number instead of leaving or to leave it as unknown rather than trying to spoof someone else's number. I don't understand why this even needs a law because it's so silly that people should be able to do this. It's unethical, and it's it's to me. It's just absolutely wrong. But anyway, at least they're doing something to try to stop it. Now Representative Kevin Bratcher on the line with us represented Bratcher. How are you this morning? Did later. How are you? I'm good. All right. So what what why did you decide I'm going to pass a Bill to make this illegal? Well, you know, there was a Bill passed last year that I thought in many of us in the general thought was going to cover this issue. But we found out that that Bill is if you call somebody with a fake. Number on, their caller ID that it is only against the law if they're trying to scam you out of something. Well, really burns me up is that there are legitimate businesses and organizations doing this. I can give you several names that you common name that you've heard of that you wouldn't believe or pulling this business, and it's it's very aggravating. And it's something needs to be done. And all those at CEO it's overseas and whatnot. Sure, we're not gonna cut out some guy Nigeria. Or whatever doing this. But there are. Trust me on this. There are some legitimate businesses doing this, right or just doing it. So you'll pick up the phone, and if this Bill passes, I think that'll scare them off from doing it. So it will cut down quite a bit on some of those. Yeah, I hope so because you're right. And there's there's even charity organizations that are doing this. And it's like, I'm sorry. I'm less likely to do business with you or give you money. If you're if you're using an unethical tactic to trick me into answering the phone. Yeah. And they they use what really really triggers when they use my own phone number. I started thinking, well, maybe somebody my wife or somebody. My family member is is in trouble. I mean it wasn't clicking right? My own phone number on my caller ID. So, you know. Curt Schilling you answer the phone and its own guy. Trying to get you to upgrade your credit card or something. It's very very aggravating. And I tell you what I've been hearing from people all over the country on this. It's it's one of those things dislike traffic can people talk about how bad traffic gives won't you do something about traffic. But the minute they're out of a traffic jam. They don't care about it anymore. And I'm afraid this is one of those. So it's been bypassed quite a bit by people, but I'm gonna see it through and hopefully get this passed. I I'm glad that something is being done about this because it is annoying. And again, it it just surprises me that something like that's not already a legal. I mean, it seems like with all the technology that we have it ought to be easy to actually for phone companies and cell phone companies. Put a stop to this. You would think they would want to step up. And I think they are getting the message. I don't wanna talk for them, of course. But I have talked to then. Several of them, and they're really on the edge of of because they're getting quite a bit of complain on this. Yeah. And they've they've got they've working on technology. And I've seen some of it. I've seen it explained to me and I've seen a little prototype. I guess you call it work, and it's gonna be good can ever get it initialized. What are the consequences? What Bill what does your bills co? What is your Bill make the consequences? If an organization is is participating in this practice. Well, it's five hundred dollars the first offense and three thousand every three thousand per violation. Bill. Here's the thing. Another thing is prosecutors are people are telling me, the prosecutor has said it, but some of them are saying, they're overwhelmed. I'm talking with some of the other members in the legislature. We my right off the bat here this week in and make it work state law. I think I think there's a I think there's a phone company interview interfering with your food signal because they don't want you to stop this. I tell you what let's let's disconnect and reconnect with your phone is if we get a little bit better signal because I wanna let you complete that sentence. So if you can just write back. Yeah. Just Dallas right back. It's it sounds like a bad cell phone signal there, but all kinds of irony there. I I like I think somebody's interfering with his phone call because they don't want him to pass this Bill. It is annoying. And I get this from time to time. I don't know, Dave if you've ever experienced this or not, but it's you get a phone number. And it looks like it somebody in your area or whatever. And you answer it you're like, well, I better take that. I'm expecting a call from work or whatever you pick it up, and it's some jerk trying to sell your credit card. Okay. I want to go back to we've got represented Bratcher back with a better phone signal now. So what are the consequences that you've set up with this five hundred dollar fine for the first defense? And and then what thereafter? Then after that they're much better signal, by the way. Yeah. And also we're gonna look at civil liabilities to where you could actually go Suzanne for interrupting there are many many people that are using their their phone as their their front office. These days, you know, right? I've I've told you I think I told you or another fellow on the radio the other day that a painter has five employees. And he's there painting all day long and his next business is coming through his cell phone. And when he has to he has to answer every local five, oh, two number 'cause that my next job. And he's coming down off that ladder five times before lunch. That's what he told me. It's just killing it. Right. Yeah. Because it slows down the time. It takes them to do the job. And then you know, it's got to be very frustrating. And hopefully, this how do you enforce this? How do you catch them? Well, that's that's why I'm going to look at civil liabilities to I've had a couple of members the sharp lawyers diets in general assembly said that there's we can really tighten this up. After this written now, it'd be the attorney general now attorney general Bashir say that he interested in in this Bill, so it'll be up to the commonwealth's attorneys and the attorney general to enforce it. And I think if we if they hear enough people complain that they will get on on the on the books. I. Yeah. All right before. You one step can't tell you something really interesting that found this out the other day. I I've been getting research from people all over the place on this. So this very well known very very well known charity is calling people and they're using a number of a local Pizza Hut. Not pizza Papa John's. So in in this fella sent me a list. He showed me how many times they call two or three times per day for like the last two weeks. And he said this he with it. And he found out this is who it is. And I I won't say that because I don't know. I haven't verified it. But it is a very well known. Right. That's doing this. And you call back the number that they're using in the local if Papa John here in in Kentucky. Maybe they have a deal with them where the people will call that. In order, a pizza in slide a couple of bucks towards the charity or something. It's terrible. It's terrible for that business because that business is. Yeah, they're just trying to sell pizzas. They're not trying to take charity money for somebody before. I let you go. You also have another Bill that I'm super supportive of. And it kind of helps improve Kentucky's animal cruelty laws would make it a felony on the first defense to commit an act of cruel. Cruelty to domestic animal. What are the chances this gets passed and finally brings Kentucky into the twenty first century, and it comes to protecting our four legged furry friends. Well, I've been talking to to to members of that are concerned, you know, all I said, you know, everybody burns. Many farmers out there Kentucky farm bureau in and represents many farmers and whatnot out in the state. And they're scared to death that they're going to shoot a dog with rabies and then end up going to jail, and that is not intent whatsoever on this. So they're kinda shy on it. But it's something we need to do because Kentucky is at the bottom below the bottom as we talked about before it's something that must be done. We've gotta make the second of offense of animal cruelty to be a felony and that will release get us off the bottom on states ratings. Right. Second or first offense. Second. Now, the second the first offense will be a misdemeanor. But right now, it's misdemeanor every time. You could make cruelty, right? You can do ten cruelties in. And there was a judge in Taylorsville who said, hey, quit bringing this guy back to me. There's nothing more. I can do to. And he was he was very cruel to animals. Well, why didn't they charge him on Romeo's law, and and call it torture? Well, torture has a different standard. You know? Try is there. It'd take me too long to go into the difference. But there is a difference between torture and cruelty. Torture. Goody you and Stanley in Lexington worked on that Bill several years ago, and you did a great job you made that fell in the animal torture. Something Kentucky is just way behind. Yeah. It did Romeo's law. Got was the most we could get at the time. It didn't go far enough by any means because some of the things that have happened, especially here recently that have happened to animals. It's just it's it's unconscionable that that people are still doing that kind of crap. Listen, Kevin Bratcher. Thanks, ma'am. Keep us posted on both these bills William William. Thank you. Thank you Representative Kevin Bratcher here in Louisville. Yeah..

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