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Fresh "Belling" from Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler

Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler

00:44 sec | 30 min ago

Fresh "Belling" from Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler

"Hearing a lot about the delta variant. And what is it? What does it mean? And what is the threat? That's next first, though we're off to the W M l traffic centre Al Bebe is there this morning on the Maryland side of the Bellway? No delays on the inner loop or on the outer loop on 2 70 in Bethesda. Heads up there is the crash near old Georgetown Road. Exit one between the two bell weighs on the VW Parkway in 95. You're not going to find any delays? No southbound on 95 in Virginia. On the southbound side. It's jammed up between Humphries Road and Dale Boulevard. Also northbound in Virginia 95. You're going to find that slow between the Lord and Exit and the Franconia, Springfield Parkway, Exit exit, 1 69 and now from garage Door repair, calm. The W M A L Storm Watch seven forecast partly sunny on this Saturday, starting off with a couple of showers across the region. I think they will really be limited, very isolated in nature as we head towards the afternoon..

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Kanye West and JAY-Z Reunite on New Album 'DONDA'

Mark Belling

00:29 sec | 12 hrs ago

Kanye West and JAY-Z Reunite on New Album 'DONDA'

"Back again. I use Mom back against the wall. Never cut on. Y'all Never turn on your always kind of God. Kanye West's new album is out Now. Donda is his highly anticipated follow up to the 2019 album. Jesus is King, and it was revealed last night at a listening party at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta. At the end of the night, West surprised fans by bringing out Jay Z, whose on one of the tracks fans had previously thought there was still drama between the two, but it appears that's been

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Tourism Is Back but Businesses Are Overwhelmed With Insufficient Staffing

Nightline

01:31 min | 1 d ago

Tourism Is Back but Businesses Are Overwhelmed With Insufficient Staffing

"Good evening thank you for joining us. The people who were cooped up at home last summer have been ear to go on vacations this year but some businesses which were eager for the crowds are struggling. Now we welcome. Abc's deirdre bolton to nightline with this report on the worker shortage the morning july signing on the heels of a worldwide lockdown millions are flocking to the beach but with all that kant's up demand. There is a downside. Businesses are over wealth. It's been different. I've seen things. I've never thought i would see from my life. We are facing a shortage in every industry talked to any of the businesses in downtown with any of the beach areas during the exact same scenario. You don't have the help. Benjamin gray has called this stretch along the atlantic home his entire life working at the bell in and spine rehoboth beach delaware for the last seven years. Nothing compares to the stress. He sees this summer. we've seen unprecedented occupancy levels. The tourism industry in the past year loan has skyrocketed. What is it. Ben like then for you to meet demands. It's now finding the staff to be able to make vets to make the drinks to check people in to check people out to make sure that we have enough people here to take care of the occupancy levels that we're experiencing

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How Pat Boone Offered His Life to Christ

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:19 min | 3 d ago

How Pat Boone Offered His Life to Christ

"My guest. Today is mr pat. Boone pat boone. My friend welcome to this program. Lets me it's radio so feel free to talk and listen pat. I gotta tell you. I got to tell my audience just to set them up for what we're gonna discuss. I had the privilege we were in dallas together at the are a couple of weeks ago. my daughter and i had the joy of spending some time with you At that dinner there was a special dinner and Then album and i might producer. Were in the room The next day. I think it was two days later when you got a very special award and that got me thinking about you and your career and i said i want to have you on this program to talk about your career. Talk about anything you want. But that evening was so special pat. I was sitting there watching. They had put together a beautiful video. Package introducing you and your career before they brought you up on the stage and to be reminded of all the things that god has used you to do over the years. It was overwhelming. I said i want my audience especially younger folks. Who don't know you to know about this stuff. And then when you gave your speech i thought this is getting more ridiculous because it was one of the most moving beautiful speeches pat. It was amazing what you said. So we're going to put that on my youtube channel my personal youtube channel so people can watch it but let's just start there pat. How do you. i mean that that was. That was an amazing evening. What was your response. Or what were you feeling that evening to get this lifetime. Legend award well. It's ila mixture of feelings. Erica of course Happy that i was given being given an award and singled out amongst a lot of other people who i feel sure more worthy but very emotional because as you heard me say and i won't say at all is my life was getting underway in my late teens. I was asking god. This was personal just between me and him to use my life and some way that that would please him that would serve his purpose. We're up in the attic. You were sixteen years old or something like that. Yeah yeah about sixteen. I had claimed this raw unfinished attic. Full of kinda junk. That's everybody's excuse at my penthouse. Because my brother he was younger than me. We'd been sharing this double bid and our modest home in nashville for years and of course we were. We loved each other. We were brothers but each of us would like to head the bed and the privacy to himself when you hit sixteen. You're a man you want your own room so you head up to the attic. I understand so. I asked mom and dad if i could have the attic. And it's well. It's just an attic and i said yeah but there's room and i can put caught up there and it'll be my place and nick can have the double bed here downstairs and in the bedroom. So that's what we did. And i will say that being up there alone lot of the time i could study up there had light. It was raw. It was nobody people would have felt. Sorry for me. I guess but i enjoyed it because it was mine and i was. I had the privacy. So i used some of that time as a young christian to talk to god and just say i. I don't know where this road. I'll look out the window up this curving road out the window of the advocate. It went up the hill and around and around the bend and it was like a an assembly assembly or a parable to me about my life. My life is going around a bend. I don't know where i'm going. But god please use me in some way that will serve you and will bless all the people. It was a simple prayer. And i didn't know what i was asking but but i met it and i repeated it and and then i'd come down and have breakfast and go to school and I just never forgot that. I had pledged to myself. That what i didn't know what i didn't tell you i didn't mention that night because i'm the oldest of four kids and i've been blessed than many ways beyond my brother and two sisters. I love him and they love me. And we're very close. But i was singled out and i asked my mama since i was the first born. Did you ever do when. I read about little samuel. And and and his mom who he couldn't even have a child and god miraculously gave her the child then she raised him to heaven and and gave him to god. I said. Did you ever do anything like that with me. And she teared up. She'd never told me she said yes. On when you were just an infant Do before the lord and said he's yours lord using for your purposes. She never told me that until i asked her. As a you know in my fifties. I never knew she had taken her. First born son and like hannah and samuel just raised me up and said take him lord. He's yours so with all of my failings and faults and mistakes all through the years and i made plenty of people who know me know about him. God is blessed in us and directed my life and i've had that sense that That he had a purpose for me. Well it's it's just overwhelming and again you know for for people especially younger people tuning in who don't know when i mentioned to my cousin in greece Who i guess he's just seventy this year that That i had become friendly with you. He couldn't believe it. He thought pat boone. What he's in greece. But i mean the whole world of certain generations knows you knows that you were a recording star hitting every every bell that could be wrong top number one hits everything movies everything and of course younger people. Today they would. They would have no idea about that. So i said i wanna go over your career because you talked about this about giving your life to god having no idea. Let's be honest what what lies ahead. And what lay ahead for you. You met the queen of england twice. You met everybody. We can possibly think of Elvis you're friendly with all these people. Every bob hope whoever it is it is a staggering career. That you've had. And i just wanna go backwards and let me just ask you said you know the queen of england so you met the queen of england twice it's hedge. It's an embarrassment. It was because i met her twice. The second time was when i was deeply deeply embarrassed. the first time i was in college at at columbia university had transferred from north texas state to columbia was having hit records and my career was taking off an astonishing way so in college. You're having hit records and your careers taken off. So what nineteen twenty twenty one. Twenty two to twenty one as as i launched the first ever of of musical variety show for a guy my age at twenty one on On abc television. And then and i'm still in college. I'm taking classes every weekday and saturdays to at columbia university and siring four kids hiring for kids. That's is that the most delicate way you could put it pat boone siren where kids these lovely women that are now some of them grandmothers. Okay so

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Under Darkness, Almirola Pulls off Shocker at New Hampshire

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 d ago

Under Darkness, Almirola Pulls off Shocker at New Hampshire

"Eric I'm a role as a disastrous year just two top tens and twenty seventh in points and tell the stunned everybody by winning the darkness shortened Foxwoods thrill one the win clinches Almirola a spot in the playoffs despite the way the rest of this season is gone man I feel so good especially where we're at in point we had to win we had to win to get in the playoffs and this team deserves to be in the classroom we're a playoff caliber team and man it just feels so good all morals car came alive over the second half of the race but with dark to shorten the race by eight laps it cut short Christopher bell's late charge towards the front Brett McMillan lot New Hampshire

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Are Weight-Loss Companies Just a Money Making Operation?

Talk, Tales and Trivia

01:41 min | 5 d ago

Are Weight-Loss Companies Just a Money Making Operation?

"Thought it would be very interesting to look at some weight. Loss companies around the united states. That say that they are all about you weight fast. It is known specifically to my friends and those closest to me that i've always had a cynical view on companies such as weight watchers nutrisystem. Slimfast and jenny craig disclosure here. I haven't tried neum. But they seem more in line to my beliefs of getting to the root of the weight issue internally with mindfulness and sidebar here if anybody has had an experience with neum maybe you can fill me in on that. Why do i have a cynical view. Well it's simple. All these companies with the exception of possibly neum are hardcore money making schemes these companies prey on us at our most vulnerable desperate times and they know it they may say they have your best interest at heart but Do they do they really. Let's look at some of the basic facts. Do they have a fee attached to their promise. Probably and i would say yes. Do they sell their own food products. Probably and that's another. Yes on my opinion. And lastly do they an anyway. Teach you how to keep the weight off when you reach your goal on their program and no longer need their program. My answer would be a big no red flags and bells and

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 Standup Comedy, Comic-Magician Michael Finney  Interview & comedy set  #74  - burst 01

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:08 min | 6 d ago

Standup Comedy, Comic-Magician Michael Finney Interview & comedy set #74 - burst 01

"That's kind of the best part of the whole stories. Because i i would at that point i was. I got into the food beverage. Industry and i started out as a midnight. Bell in a hotel called the san carlos tilt jalen downtown was built in nineteen. Oh three emmy elevators were hand operated to take you to your floor and let you off if you want to come down. I had that. Did you bring you down. So it was very dow for me. You know 'cause that we watched all those movies it's kid growing up dickey's bellman was so so cool and i did that for a while in the hotel guy like me and eventually you wanna learn to bar. I can't keep barking. I went for this for me. You know bartending kidman at that up there. That's pretty cool job. And nineteen seventy eight. And so i learned the two girls teach me how to ten bar and get pretty united. You know what. I learned that you clay with flames and all that stuff and do a harbor like all these cool classic drinks and not covered. I started getting reputation and a guy from the golden eagle came down to that copper door lounge which is where irish bar and he goes. Hey bartender is gonna leave if we want the job. Wow kidding me. Thirty six stories high. I've only been in the bar for maybe seven or eight months but it was a click. It i mean this bar that i've gone to right across the street. Only thirty six stories high and it's basically the same bryant talent level. Doctors lawyers judges. It was riding downtown. Phoenix i i mean i couldn't even tell you rubbing elbows with but they were suffered and so i get this job. I go to the golden eagle restaurant. I'm wearing a bow tie or shirt a cupboard bunk. I've got the but you should stop it before. I even so true. You have the

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U.S. Retail Sales Rose in June

John Williams

00:11 sec | Last week

U.S. Retail Sales Rose in June

"In June. Rose 6/10 of a percent that had all three major stock indices up right after the opening bell. But again we've fallen into the red Now I'm Steve

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Caller Inquires About Critical Race Theory in Law Classes

Mark Levin

01:02 min | Last week

Caller Inquires About Critical Race Theory in Law Classes

"With my students and all students are getting that, you know, conflated thing. You know you were talking before about critical race theory, And there's a lot of professors out there saying, Oh, well, this is the same like in law school when you learn critical thinking and critical theory and about case law You know, to effectuate social justice, and I was hoping that maybe you could explain, Um, you know, to the audience like how that's not the case. We will get into that because it really did start in our law. Schools started at Stanford and then really gotta push at Harvard by this fellow Derek Bell. Some of us kind of knew who he was early on. In fact, Mr Producer's wife was taught a little bit about Derek Bell in college. But he took this Marcos model and apply to broadly he was considered a cook at the time. But critical theory. I'll just do this very quickly is the theory that the law is written. By the majority dominant culture. The law is written in a way where it excludes certain people.

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Castellanos Gets Key Hit as Reds Beat Brewers 3-1

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Castellanos Gets Key Hit as Reds Beat Brewers 3-1

"Nick Cassiano smacked a tie breaking two run single off all star closer Josh cater with two out in the ninth inning giving the reg a three one win at Milwaukee manager David bell's team trails the NL central leading brewers by four games after taking three of four in the series you can ask for him anymore it was a great years just like that made it a little talk was not first formal yeah that's what it says a lot come back over the next three hater came in to pitch the ninth after he surrendered the game winning Homer to any any US war as on Saturday he had swore as on Sunday give up a pinch hit single to Kyle farmer and walk Jonathan India to set up the game winning hit on the ferry

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Texas Legislature Takes up Contentious Voting Bills in Special Session

WBAP Morning News

02:06 min | Last week

Texas Legislature Takes up Contentious Voting Bills in Special Session

"Special session. And with that sound, the taxes special legislative session kicked off this week in Austin. It comes several weeks after Texas House Democrats staged a walkout to defeat bills that would have overhauled the state's election laws. Bell REFORM BORDER security, Social Media censorship are among the priority items. But the elections, voting rights advocates in Texas and nationwide or laser focused on the election. Security bills. League of Women voters, Texas President Gracia Mean says The GOP led voting bills create more barriers for voters who are already disenfranchised, but says the fact that Republicans walked back. Some of the proposal is a start. My hope is that people in power in the Legislature, especially in the house, or more thoughtful about every aspect of that bill, Although there are some changes, Shamin urges Texans to pay attention So many people voted in their 2020 elections. We all enjoy our freedom to vote and we have to really Watch and be careful that this new voting log doesn't impact our freedom to vote. Republican consulted Matt Macau YAK ways In In this case, you're going to have a major national debate in Texas on election integrity. From July 8th to August eight. It is going to be a circus, and I think Texas should be aware of that, and I wouldn't rely on rhetoric. I looked at the actual bill what it actually does, whether there was a problem at all everyone becomes their own conclusion, but it supports the Texas understand what this law does and what it doesn't do. So what is in the revised bills lives in a governor Dan Patrick says the new version of Senate Bill seven won't revive changes to Sunday voting or wording that would have made it easier for judges to overturn elections. The Texas House election bill posted Wednesday night had many similar provisions to SB seven. The bill would ban drive through voting and require early voting to happen between six a.m. and 10 p.m.. It will require counties with at least 55,000 people to hold the most early voting hours, which would cover more counties than the current 100,000 per person floor for those hours. The bill has some ID requirements for melon voting,

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The Lives of Flies

The Book Review

02:26 min | 2 weeks ago

The Lives of Flies

"Jonathan bell joins us now from belleville ontario. His latest book is called superfly to unexpected lives of the world's most successful insects jonathan. Thanks for being here. Good to be here pamela. I have to ask immediately about that. Subtitle why successful. It's not greatest. It's not most exciting or most helpful. It successful what is success for a fly. Well i'd say a a number of measures the diversity for one there's over one hundred sixty thousand described species and it's important to add that qualifier described. Because it's estimated. There may be about five times that many that are undescribed and consider just how numerous flies are an insect insects up eighty percent of all animal species on the planet. So that says something right there. About how incredibly successful they are and flies are arguably the most species rich subset of insects. It's estimated there's about twenty million flies on earth at any one moment for every human who's on the earth and they occupy all seven continents so those are just some of the measures by which we might conclude that flies are enormously successful. See all of those numbers to me are horrifying and i guess you know flies to me are the stuff of horror movies and also very good short science fiction story on which those movies are made. What was the draw for you to look at flies this extensively and write an entire book about them. The fact that they are so unpopular is one draw for me. I love to explore unpopular animals and usually when one does that one finds many reasons to like them in the case of flies. We should recognize that they are vital pollinators. They ranked second only to bs as the most important pollinators. And they're actually the champion pollinators at high latitudes and altitudes. they're also absolutely vital. Waste disposers yet. That may give us a gross reaction when we consider that many flies cleanup poop and rotting bodies. But if they didn't do that the world would be a lot fowler and more pestilential place and their vital elements of food chains both predators and consumers of microorganism other insects and other creatures but also as food for fishes birds mammals. They play an incredible role in making microbes bioavailable to organisms higher up in food chains microbes are just too small for for other bigger animals to eat insects. Make make make that energy available. So that's another vital thing that they do

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Rep. Lauren Underwood Is a Quintessential Idiot

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Lauren Underwood Is a Quintessential Idiot

"But police officers being killed in a record number. So Lauren Underwood is a quintessential idiot. Go ahead. Reform is about. I think that we're muddling the issue here. This What we have seen in the spiking crime is not because the United States Congress is taking action to reform policing. No, no, no, they spike in crime is coming even before you act the spiking crime as a result of your party. Various city councils and mayors offices. Destroying your police force. The spike in crime as a result of left wing Democrat judges appointed and elected. Or letting career criminals, violent criminals out of jail. The spike in crime and particularly murder. Is taking place because Of Democrats, mayors and city councils and so forth controlled by one party. Uh, not wanting tough sentencing. In fact, they want bail reform, which has nothing to do with bell or reform. It's in the front door and out the back door. So these things have consequences. We're not talking about soft on crime when you embrace criminals. And when you reject law enforcement And when you play these critical race theory games it costs lives, and mostly it costs black people, their lives, and mostly it costs young black people, their lives, and mostly it costs young black men their lives, but it includes little babies and little girls and moms and dads, too. And until morons like Underwood get serious about what's going on in the cities and in this country, it's only going to get worse.

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The Inspiration Behind the Simbell Wireless Bell Ringing Simulator

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

02:21 min | 2 weeks ago

The Inspiration Behind the Simbell Wireless Bell Ringing Simulator

"My guest. Today is st farmer. Who designed and bills the wireless church bell simulator. Hardware symbol steve. My first question is how long have you been ringing. I've only actually been ringing well. Four and a half years. I started in two thousand and sixteen run up to christmas. My wife has been reading for twenty years and that is the one thing that she did that. I didn't met. We had a open as part of the heritage days at the church and she was sure that nobody was going to turn open. Beg me to go along with the tower and have a go at ringing just so that if they had somebody go there and basically i got there within fifteen minutes. I was hooked. What was your experience of learning to ring learning was. I was taught me a very traditional way in that we had our tower captain at the time who basically gave me half an hour every now and then when we could fit in before practices and things and i learnt how to ring as you used to probably set you for two years ago and that was one of the things that made me think richie i need more wrote time and that was the basis of it but of course the issue that you have with bells is the fact. They make an awful lot of noise and the fighters somebody learning to ring and the constant banging manda. I thought we had to do something out of the must be a way of doing it. And that's when i started to look into simulators and what people were doing other people were doing. What did you find to be the two options. At the time the was the the wad system that david bagley made. And then there was another wireless system co. Belfry that tony croft made and i decided that i needed something so i thought that want to put wires in and it was quite expensive as a system for what was really just for one person to learn as i thought i was looking from totally selfish point of view so i went to come tevi croft and he didn't respond to my email and that's the basis of how i got into the whole thing of simulators if you'd actually responded to the email symbol probably wouldn't even exist so i just would have bought a belfi system and learn to know four would have gone

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"The Murder Farm": The Story of 19th Century Serial Killer Belle Gunness

Female Criminals

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

"The Murder Farm": The Story of 19th Century Serial Killer Belle Gunness

"Bell and mads lived a relatively quiet uneventful life in the suburbs. There were no more fires. No suspicious payouts. In fact there's hardly anything to note from this period of her life but then in eighteen ninety six one of the foster children under bells care died and then another in eighteen ninety eight officially the cause of death for both was colitis which is a chronic digestive disease. Not one batted. An eye at the diagnosis. Colitis was common enough at the time and no one dreamed of blaming bell. In fact she went on to adopt three more kids. Jenny myrtle and lucy without any problems but in more recent years there's some suspicion that bell might have had a hand in the children's deaths. We don't want to speculate too much here. Given that there's no real evidence to back anything up but for reasons that will become obvious later on many now suspect that the colitis was caused by strychnine poisoning. If that was in fact the case then that was the first time bell killed. It's hard to understand why she would want to kill her foster children. But we simply don't know what was going on in the household at that time. Whatever it was by nineteen hundred forty one year old bell was restless. There's nothing to tell us why but she wanted another fresh start. She reminisced about the last time she was able to start from square one. How easy it had been to set the fire. Get paid and start over. She wondered if she could set fire to their new house and get the same result but she had to admit the doing the exact same thing again might raise eyebrows so she tried to think of other ways to get similar results and then she hit on an idea. Maybe it wasn't a place. She had to get rid of but a person.

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Pope Will Meet With Indigenous Leaders About Canada's Residential Schools

Native America Calling

01:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Pope Will Meet With Indigenous Leaders About Canada's Residential Schools

"Canada's assembly of first nations will join may t- and inuit leaders on a trip to the vatican in december to ask for an apology from the pope for the catholic church's role in the residential school system. But as dan carpenter chuck reports the head of the af en says there are no guarantees. They will be successful in getting that apology in his final report released in two thousand and fifty the truth. Reconciliation commission called for the pope to come to canada to personally apologize to the survivors and their families for the abuses indigenous children faced in the residential school system. The anger over the lack of an apology has been heightened by the recent discoveries in british columbia and saskatchewan of hundreds of unmarked graves on the sites of former residential schools. Now assembly of first nations and inuit leaders will make the trip to rome in late december to ask for that apology. Here's perry bell guard the national chief of the a. f. n. the meetings been confirmed at the vatican's or we're going to take that meeting and then as well at that time. Take the opportunity to invite his holiness back to canada. At some point in the future and again there are no guarantees of any kind of apology or anything coming forward. There's no guarantee that he'll even come back to canada but we have to make the attempt bell guard. Says he is optimistic. He says the canadian government and the roman catholic church complicit in the operation of the residential schools. They were funded by the government and run by the churches about one hundred. Fifty thousand native. Children were forced to attend the schools from the late. Eighteen hundreds to nineteen ninety-six. Thousands were abused is not clear. How many died of neglect and abuse. The estimates range from just over four thousand to as many as fifteen thousand the three other churches involved in running the schools be anglican presbyterian and the united have apologized. The catholic church still has not for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.

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Elliott Wins at Road America to Start New Hendrick Streak

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Elliott Wins at Road America to Start New Hendrick Streak

"Chase Elliott is making himself known as a road course space this time picking up the win in the NASCAR Cup series race at the sold out road America in Elkhart lake Wisconsin L. it started thirty second the four mile road course and drove his way through the field to take the lead on two separate occasions in this final push to the front muscle Pascal bush and took the lead on lap forty six bush fell to third after he was passed by Christopher bell who finished second running up the top five for Kurt Busch and Denny Hamlin respectively I'm Jerry Jordan

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Interview With Susan Bell, Competition Aerobatic Pilot

Between Two Wings

01:38 min | 3 weeks ago

Interview With Susan Bell, Competition Aerobatic Pilot

"We have susan bell with us. He was a competition airbag pilot with hoax. The on the us air bags in one day. Susan thank you so much for joining us for this episode. They keep so much. Emily for inviting me. I'm really excited to be on this. I love four flight. And we'd like to start off each episode. Just kind of explaining where we're at virtually so you see behind me. I have a smiling for seven. This is awesome few years ago. And i'm so excited to get back there but are you at. I am flying in my extra three hundred over lake mead after the two thousand eighteen us national championships in oshkosh and it was one of the most harrowing flights trying to get from wisconsin to southern california. And this was day to try to get home due to imc rain. Weather thunderstorms yeah. It was it was a trip flying. A davey our plane literally more than halfway across the country so he has to tell us a little about that are some of the things that are the limitations you have when you're flying in arabic playing you're really only limited to debut afar so this place for solve are not stable. They are purposely unstable to fly for aerobatics. So most of the time. Unless you're in a very fancy one. That has an autopilot. There's no autopilot. So you have to keep your hand on the stick. The entire time are within a second or two. You'll be upside down It is davy afar. Only even though i'm instrument rated a flight instructor and all that stuff. These planes are not instrument rated

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Why Do Americans Celebrate the Fourth of July with Fireworks?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

02:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Do Americans Celebrate the Fourth of July with Fireworks?

"Does this sound familiar at all. Without a visual clue it might be a little hard to figure out. But that's the sound of fireworks. Many of you are curious about how these celebratory explosions work. And why we use them. Historians and archaeologists think fireworks started in china. Maybe as early as twenty two hundred years ago and they've been used in europe and other parts of the world for at least eight hundred years in the united states where our show is based they've become a big tradition on the fourth of july. So hi my name is nicholas in six years old. And i live in plymouth michigan and i want to know why people do fireworks on the fourth of july. Thank you bye while nicholas. Americans have been celebrating. July fourth fireworks since seventeen. Seventy seven the first anniversary of the signing of the declaration of independence. John adams was one of the people who signed that document in seventeen. Seventy six a year earlier declaring their wish for the american colonies to become independent from england. Afterwards adams wrote to his wife that he wanted that day to be celebrated with lots of parades shows bonfires bells illuminations. Adams was a well known person. In the early days of the united states he later became the first vice president and the second president so his wish would have been shared with others as well and so on the one year anniversary of the signing. The city of philadelphia had a big celebration with thirteen fireworks. One for each of the original thirteen colonies. Now john adams didn't come up with this idea entirely on his own. English royalty had been using fireworks for national celebrations since at least the thirteenth century. Which went fireworks came to europe. They were widely in use by the fifteenth century. That's about six hundred years ago. But they were hard to find in the early days of the united states so celebrations back then often included guns and cannons more than actual fireworks.

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"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The Mark Belling late afternoon show. You tuned in today? Thinking you were going to hear Mark billing. Pardon my French, But I ain't him. About the same height. But the only comparisons you're going to find I'm your guest host for today, though. I am former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke. Got a couple disclaimers that I always start these shows with no matter who I'm filling in for and what an honor. It is to sit in these chairs for this microphone and and get the whole see shows. First disclaimers that this is the mark billing, late afternoon show. Mark Belling is a brand mark. Belling is good at what he does. He has perfected his craft if you will. It's been over a long period of time, and he is Collected an audience of people that tune in everyday high ratings the tune in for reason. I want to hear his take on things. And You all are his Listeners. You're not my listeners. Have been as I like to say, handed the Keys to the Lamborghini. That's what I like in the mark Belling late afternoon show brand to a blabber guinea. Every once in a while. Give me the keys and trust me with the keys. They give me the latitude to give you my opinion on things without damaging the brand. I take advantage of that. So if I say anything out of line in terms of, you know, Mark wouldn't say that Mark wouldn't believe that. You know, don't worry about it. Life's too short. Take it out on me. Don't take it out on Mark. The only restriction That Mark Belling gives me is he says, Oh, no, I don't mind if you want to redline it, you know, get out there and he heads a little bit. But the Lamborghini Just don't wrap it around a tree. Don't run it into a ditch. As long as you don't do that, I'll be fine, so he always has my word that I will not run his brand into the ditch. Other than that. You're going to hear my take on some of these things that I'm going to bring up today. That's the first disclaimer. The other thing is another thing. I want to talk about little self promotion here while I'm at it. You get a chance, buy and read my book Cop under fire Beyond hashtags of race crime in politics for a Better America. You can follow me on parlor, P. R. L E. R at share of Clark. Clark is within the arc. I quit Twitter. I quit Twitter a long time ago. I was tired of Twitter suspending me for my speech. I will not let anybody do that to me. And it is there. Still Twitter's theirs and I have these, but they called terms of service and you can see now they're doing it more and more. Where they're suspending. People for just stuff that they just don't agree with. It has nothing to do with whether it's appropriate or not. When you can't get on there and just say anything you want, But if you express a view that they don't agree with They suspend you and I thought I'm not doing this. So I heard about this other site parlour. It is growing. It's not his biggest Twitter. President Trump is on there now, many of Ah Many people who are associated with the president around there. Now it's grown, and I don't know, maybe 345 months. I'm closing in on 200,000 followers, which is pretty good because it's a smaller site. But it is growing. And you want some good? Commentary might take on things. I usually link it to some articles, so I'll just get on there and say, you know, Democrats Suck. There's nothing intelligent about that. So I find an article and I say, Here's my take on it. So follow me on on parlor and also my website America sheriff dot com You can go there and follow me as well. Now that we got that stuff out of the way I give you the sizzling summer cash contest. Word. In the text. Word is or text the word win. W and win too. 202 100. You'll get a text confirming entry. Plus I heart radio info, standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest at sea would get a winner. The mark building late afternoon show. Here's what I want to start. Masks. The issue of masks. As a response to this covert 19 or Corona virus. Now that the governor governor, Evers says. Issued an edict and order as the force of law, but they'd like to Make you think it does. Well, you now have to wear a mask. If you go outside you in a public place. Mandatory masks. No. This about Governor Evers. And and basically, I'm talking to the audience here, but more so for the GOP, the state GOP and and the GOP in the state Legislature. If Governor Evers says, I don't have the authority to do something trust that he's going To do it. That should be a signal to you. That should Make you get your ducks lined up. Get your ducks in a row. A contest. Whatever he does. If Tony Evers says, I don't have the authority to do it, trust that he's going to do it. Let me give you an example. Back in February, Governor Evers said he did not have the authority to cancel the spring election. Remember that?.

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"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Mark Belling the afternoon show we were talking about that fake video that's been posted on there that implies that a bunch of Milwaukee Wisconsin cops were harassing support woman for violating the stay at home water apparently there's more legitimacy to the video that I thought as usual I'm the most cynical and suspicious guy in the world I'm gonna catch every big thing that the reason I love it probably throw I'll probably throw back into the waters of actual fish there are fake components to it the latest that we've gotten is the Calumet county sheriff's department is fessing up a claim against them but they claimed the video was edited at a lot of the ideas added components for things that I had picked up on in suggesting that the thing is fake ad they're pointing out that they've been back and forth with the same home forever and ever and ever and some of the things that I had picked up on about the logo's and so on they were actually deliberately obscurity in the video which I thought meant they were fake it in fact they were simply trying to avoid identified where was that the video was added to the point that I was making earlier in the program and I didn't want people to miss this point is without regard to who the video is a where it is and so what you have people that see things out there and automatically accept everything that they see as gospel and it's not just a problem on the left it's everywhere and it's what happens when we don't allow ourselves to be open minded about things cancer we had the five o'clock hour this week at least I think we've had more five o'clock winners than any of the other hours in this contest Paul this up well at least we think this I know that there's been some six it's all just coincidence but we are up to now it's just astonishing we have an eighty eight this is a national contest and we have hundreds I think it's seven or eight hundred stations the take part of this thing in summer and really big cities eighteen winners just on my show the odds of that are by random impossible to imagine what course it's not random we have a large audience of people pay close attention I and so on I think for thirty eight or thirty nine of the station altogether but just eighteen on my program add up all the contest that we have done of these instead when type contest texted when kind has the power to the past of the Las Vegas Strip one which way that they got it just underneath the wire that's always been the one that has the most workers to my station and I just assume that that's because somebody peoples had to like going to Las Vegas but this one now tops that ad I think it's probably we have a lot of people listening to my show and W. Y. as in general because we're not offering the same take as everybody else on the virus and there are a fair number of people who really could use the money right now and maybe in the past they are not thousand I'm not gonna what I'm not going to win and I just think more people are trying to win and taking part from my program because of this the end you know the if we didn't have any winners some are stationed here ever and somewhat this to be a pain in the **** to keep doing this and I'm sure some stations you know in certain cities where they've had one winner in four years and there are some like that they're sick of reading these words and so on but we're happy to do it I mean eighteen winners just had my show is eighteen thousand dollars distributed to the audience at that's actual real body there so anyway the word for this hour is called is there a more inappropriate words or by shelf what what part is that the words are all part of the same theme of they they're they're they're at that young but to do that paddock yeah but I kind of let me say the correct word to somebody had said in the robin Cobb it's Cobb C. A. L. M. dot com you have until six PM texting com two two hundred two hundred instantly with a thousand dollars in cash to get a text confirming entry plus I heart radio info Saturday messages a playa this nationwide contest shop we chose the words in the these are the kinds of words you would just expect that the mayor of oak creek could be ready if you do writing a contest over there at their out at their regular day radio station anyway it's it's all working out and so on up the Gilead sciences story and I always pronounce this wrong Radisson I think that's the name of the drug this is a big deal not yet it's not reverse it if they are effective wow look at that it came right up on the TV screen at the time I ram ram Dessa for I can't say it I just can't say it ram ram ram December is that it ran December does that sound right but whatever it is the Gilead drug has come through a clinical trial with thumbs up and it got in terms of what the media loves the ultimate thumbs up Fauci raving about it I want to talk about this the impact of this and how it's going to affect the call the dial eighteen story if indeed we Kerr we are now on the verge of developing treatments that not only anecdotally we think work but actually get cleared and approved be a clinic clinical trials five ten new stock eleven thirty WISN before us stands in order and circling the free sectors of this city part of a vast system of barriers that divides the entire state of Wisconsin standing before his Mrs every person is a sconce night separated from his fellow sconce nights everyone is Wisconsin I forced to look through locked doors as long as this quarter stands as long as this star of order is permitted to stand it is not.

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"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

11:43 min | 1 year ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Operable walkie this is the mark Belling late afternoon show on newstalk eleven thirty W. I. S. and the following is a reflection sadly of either by age or the fact that I know too many people that are out of shape if what do you think the story is going to be that could be almost anything right now the whole in the last segment I was talking about the fact that I think very few people unless you happen to you know you're if somebody lives or works in a nursing home or you're an African American who lives in the central city where the numbers are disproportionately higher than they are elsewhere very few people know someone personally who has died from Corbett ninety in in fact most people may not even know anybody who has tested positive for it it's that rare yeah we're acting as though it's so Cobbett and again my cabbie ideas I believe the zillions of people have had it but never had any symptoms and many of them have already gone through it I am a believer that this state is easily transmitted and in almost all cases very very minor and only hits you hard if you have an underlying condition that's my thought on this it dawned on me how many people I know that it had a hip replacement for that list would go out on and on and on do you know anybody yet you do you just start probably but know that that you had that also he does you know way more than what because I know some people that have had it in you know them too but they probably just never told you that they had it and if it's not if they have a hip roof actually people that hip replacements they all talk about it you know why it's going to get to my point of the segment you don't have people that it replaces all talk about it not what not because the because the surgery in almost all cases is that god said and it works same thing with the knee replacement you've driveway it's had the knee replacement give yourself ten years it'll be half the people yourself it's got the ball said maybe have the people who are awaiting hip replacement surgery knee replacement surgery I could tell from the stories they tell me they're miserable they are in intense pain and often they have to turn to opioids the thing that I hear on the hip replacement is the day you walk out of the hospital you're fine it's a little bit of recovery time but it's an almost instantaneous improvement the only ramification is the pain you still feel from the cutting that they get on your body but the hip is instantly better how do you like to be somebody that was scheduled for a hip replacement ten mile they made the appointment for you February the third they could find to get you in on April sixteenth and you were looking for what I'm counting the days toward getting out of this misery that you're in and now you've been shot backed the August twenty seventh because they've all been called off for three months so that means the backlog it's not just you that's called off its everybody else and once they start resulting in June and July you got a way to do all the way back to that how do you like to be that guy what is your hip replacement being postponed after with cover ninety nothing nothing other than that the hospitals are do what any of these procedures on the call that I'm a lot because of the influx of calls at nineteen patients that has not happened I have tried to illustrate the numerous consequences here of these decisions that have been made how many people will turn to the opioids because their pain is so bad and then become addicted to that how many problems have we created with underlying conditions that are going to be made worse creating serious medical problems are people because we have denied coverage to millions of Americans at any number of different kinds of situations because of a fear of an influx of calls at nineteen patients over taxing the system that has not occurred and while I'm on this ranch which is essentially been the entire program in response to the state legislature completing passage today of legislation that includes a few good things on speeding up the aid and by the way I'm about five minutes away from discussing the fact that if you're trying to get out of plumbing compensation get used to hearing busy signals that they worked into that legislation legislation granting blanket immunity to healthcare facilities that have abandoned the vast majority of their patients to cover their **** in case there was an influx of Colbert nineteen patients that we now know did not occur at a state legislature that consists of a majority of Republicans in both chambers who went to Madison this week to pass emergency legislation but did nothing to address the shut down some businesses did nothing to address your Kodi add orders of businesses that have been ordered to close for no good reason and I've done nothing to address the disgraceful decision to close Wisconsin state parks without laying off the apparently too lazy DNR officials who were tired that they had a cap pick up a couple of gloves along the trail I'm going to get to and above enter the busy signals people have had to put up with in calling for unemployment but I'm gonna make another point here and some will say it's a cheap shot I don't think it is a cheap shot I don't think any of my shots today of the cheap shots do you think they're cheap shots or do you think that there simply hard hitting shots that were needed to be a may need I you know whatever some bill is passed I get a press release from the Republican officials around here I don't get too many for the Democrats yelp what it kills some of the staffers do these legislators to write the press release unique to their own member as opposed to me getting thirteen copies of the exact same press release in thirteen different Republican state senators just slap your name on the top of the press release and set out the exact same one the twelve thirteen fourteen other senators sent out you could say what's the point of that they're all saying the same happy talk gobbledygook at it that's all true except for the fact that they don't have anything else to do what none of them have been furloughed or is it that they're all race at home and putting their mascot while collecting a full paycheck and then not showing any concern at all about their Republican constituents around the state of Wisconsin who have lost their jobs as I said earlier with regard to Tony Evers I'm gonna try this not a Republican lawmakers if they were forced to start for allowing their staffs may be they would be reacting with a little bit greater sense of urgency then the cavalier nature that they put together a slapdash lousy piece of legislation to do a few good things to a few terrible things and not address any of the major concerns that we have right now in Wisconsin and that bend over backwards patting one another on the back after all putting out the exact same press release saying the same bag how old were bipartisan yeah you're showing about the same good judgment the twenty verses showing in his management of the whole thing and now it's a short but such brilliant actually kind of brilliant polite not that I don't know this because we're fortunate enough to be essential and we're still working so we haven't had a file for unemployment but I have heard from about ninety seven thousand people that if you try to file for unemployment I called it the hotline number that all you get is a busy signal and they are deposit on the website or the website it's down and if you need to call in because of some issue that you have it's just busy busy busy busy busy busy busy busy busy busy here's my point how come we have not transferred any of the other state government workers who have been for a lot of work or working at home already in in in other areas that are needed to go over and may have the unemployment compensation lines don't tell me that the UP Kerr by trading that is soul log that you could never get what eight to four thirty or nine to five is the only hours they offer it we could for a lot of people who weren't doing anything to pay overtime to the people who are doing that to answer the phones but no no no we're not going to do that we're not going to win the legislation that we passed today the K. blanket immunity to hospital companies do anything to start providing not even basic service service somewhere I love the look above the level of atrocious to all the people that are trying to file for unemployment Eberts puts everybody out of work and now makes it almost impossible for them to contact anyone to actually get the unemployment compensation but they have to get because he's ordered them to stop working in fact maybe we could volunteer some of those staffers from members of the state legislature including those that didn't research the impact of blanket immunity at a side then they answer some of the unemployment compensation phone lights if there is a single legislative staffer that was still in the capital after three oh five this afternoon well we can't come into work we might give the virus to somebody else as you said home and doing next to nothing without being furloughed a collecting a full paycheck too lazy to write an original press release from your boss bragging for passing one of the dumber bills they've ever passed as I say I would have much more patience on all of this were it not for the fact that we are facing a crisis in the state with regard to the denial of health care that neither political party is choosing to address that the Democrats have made worse by actually ordering some health care workers and putting them into nonessential categories such as all of the cosmetic type procedures but I want to make it clear here that the hospital companies themselves are the ones that have postponed rather east central procedures like the joint replacement surgeries like the prostate cast like almost all of the lab work like virtually every physical examination by literally not even allowing doctors were willing to do it in their nurses were willing to do it to come in and provide I am going to predict that more people die in the state of Wisconsin from being denied coverage being denied health care for other conditions that will die of covered ninety that's what I believe will happen apparently none of those lives matter those folks have all been worth it I would tell you which one of your members of the state legislature to complain to about that but as I say they are all awaiting wrist surgery from the excessive padding up the backs that they have done for passing their bill today that gives blanket immunity to healthcare companies that are guilty of a betrayal of their responsibility to Wisconsinites I know there's a strong language strong words that have offered up to date they are necessary somebody's got to start paying attention to this the idiocy of telling someone who is in need of serious medical treatment for important things that they can't see their doctor for three months well the hospital is over run because the cold today Kenyan flex never occurred five fifty.

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"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

12:07 min | 1 year ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Good afternoon Milwaukee this is the mark Belling late afternoon show on newstalk eleven thirty WYSIWYG some sort of problem get business report coming in for those of you who didn't hear the financial news you probably don't want to hear it we are maybe the early stages of a stock market meltdown we may be in the late stages of a sharp correction I I will admit I don't know the answer if you're tracking here the market going up with going down at the same rate as the panic of the corona virus think clearly there's a lot more to go because I think we are in the early stages of the paddock over that on the other hand the markets generally a leading indicator of things that maybe it's simply predicting what's going to happen with regard to this we are now officially in a bear market if you follow the general definitions of a decline of twenty percent of the market highs or died the Dow was down let's see it closed around fourteen hundred and sixty points down that's about a little under six percent I believe kind of read the numbers that are coming in front of me the other averages were down at a similar level some particular stock some of the financial stocks and some of the travel related stocks were hit even harder that I trying to mess around with my own portfolio today to try to deal with some of the stuff I had a couple of stocks and equity that sell there isn't that just distantly traded in their their order to ready buyers for it so anyway the market shot down again today and we're in this pattern of two days down one day out two days down one day up it the just as the opposite when you've got a bull market that goes on you take a sharp move down to the next move up up is farther up to the last move down and it's right now would reverse where you got that latter affect where the market goes down sharply maybe a day or two bounces back but not as much as it went down to that goes down again like that there are some people who believe that this is not entirely because of coronavirus many people believe that it has more to do with the other story that's going on that hasn't gotten a lot of attention which is the epic crash in the global oil markets because of the oil price war going on between Saudi Arabia and Russia add there are some commentators who believe that the impact of that is far great whatever happens of corona virus at some point it's going to add and the price of oil could be in a permanent crash type state which affects just about every type of global economy some instances for the better there is an energy cost factor with regard to well but obviously the industry impacted the impact of the American economy with the United States now be the lead being the leading oil producer in the world that's there so that he or it could simply be that the stock market has been waiting for a reason to have a downturn after being out for so long and this is the excuse that it has I'm not going to tell you that I know what the answer to that is anywhere the financial markets were sharply down today and who knows what they're going to do our tomorrow you're at this stage though with regard to markets that this is when the average guy starts noticing that is four oh one K. and his IRA is falling apart usually people don't notice that five or ten percent will because they don't check the things every day and if I go out going down to come back up and so on would you start getting to twenty and twenty five percent that is when some people start to panic and they make these comments about why timing the market is a bad idea and it's generally because the public is terrible at doing it people tend what's really everything in life other than the real contrary into our very sharp at this kind of thing people tend to make important decisions at exactly the wrong time sell their house said a market bottom buy a house at the top of the market same thing with regard to investment said what happens when you get a situation where things go down like this some of the people who were kind of ignoring it now they panic they sell this just creates further dollar moves and so on it would start again and again and again and again and again and again and again and I'm not here to give you any answers as to how much further the market is going to go down my only opinion is that what all of this adds there's going to be a sharp recovery but I don't know when that's going to be let's move now to the reaction a corona virus I think it is our accurate to say that the United States of America has entered a full scale panic I've been waiting to see how long it was going to take before we get to that point we are the beginning stages of what I believe is going to be in this country a panic I think we're gonna cancel everything that's what I think we're already canceling all sorts of things for in some cases no evident reason at all wait until the numbers I mean without regard to how bad this infection is going to be it's going to be worse than it is right now we are in the early stages of this thing coming into the United States add as people get sick more people are going to get sick because the more people who have it the more people could be it could be transmitted over to whether people as you know my commentary is bad but the overall numbers are probably not going to be much worse than a typical flow and the death toll is going to be about the same as a typical fluid we've gone through those kinds of things again and again and again to get a generally you on why are we panicking over this one but that's a separate issue to where we are at this it's evident we are in a panic over this and the panic is likely to get worse as the numbers start going up and when I see the number of things that are already being cancelled when the numbers are minuscule that's something you W. M. is going to stay close for an apple two weeks they don't even have a case they've got a guy who's being tested we do have a case that you W. out UW Madison is now suspending classroom activities everything's going to be I lied in a moment we're going to get into the legitimacy of a university that is in providing Bassam instruction and whether or not these course credits ought to be awarded or not in addition to that we're in the early stages now of massport's cancellations UW la Crosse's the first university in the state they've called all of the teams involved in spring sports that they can't go take part in the national championship some of the athletes that have qualified for national championships that are coming up within the next couple of weeks the athletes aren't going to be allowed to go NCAA basketball tournament starts in two weeks the conference tournament said this weekend right now I'd say fifty fifty as to whether or not to let fans attend fifty fifty basis I don't know but you would have thought the whole notion that it might not happen that there be no fans in the in the arena for the NCAA basketball games would be such a remote possibility it I'm no race to get up to the level of fifty percent because I see every day another reaction to this ad generally speaking if the thing has any kind of a government appointed to it and it most American universities are government runs as a government appointed there if it has a government component to it they're always the first thing is to cancel the first things to cancel over bad weather the person that they have more holidays than any of anybody else generally speaking they are the ones that are likeliest to cancel so sporting events that have a government appointed to what high school tournaments college tournaments and so on the likeliest I thank to pull the plug so the NCAA tournament as I said it starts in two weeks we've got these conference tournaments next week so far just about all of them are on the I. D. league canceled there's if there is and that's leading me to my next point here if there is a common denominator with regard to reaction or overreaction the common denominator in my mind there's two of them the first is government entities I likely is to react more strongly than private sector entities and secondly it seems the more liberal you are the stronger you are likely to react on that is not always going to hold I'm not gonna say that everybody was terrified of this over reacting to it is a lefty and no conservatives I'm just saying that's the tendency it is likely to be that way than the other to look at the basketball tournament the first one that was canceled the first conference the ideally those liberal what that's harbored that Yale that's who they are they are wolves that K. sold I don't know that you could automatically say that those are the most liberal institutions that the United States but Dogara near clones I don't know what the second most liberal conferences that have to ponder that and think that went through but it is striking that that was the first one to call off their tournament the Ivy League not the big cat not the big twelve another the Ivy League Harvard Yale not one of the points the people bank is you have things like this this is when people who are uninformed and ID and not intelligent it's stupid make bad decisions this is all being done by the smart people harbored all the people who always tell you never to panic seemed to be the ones that are panicking there are a number of people everybody's got jokes about this their number of people saying that a lot of the stuff being canceled the stuff that nobody wanted to have happen anywhere like the Chicago St Patrick's day parade is canceled is there any downside that you can think up to that no I'm just I'm just like some of these things being killed so there may be a good thing you know what I think you know in the interest of public health Tom Barrett needs to shut down that probably I just think it is very very dangerous that people are boarding this thing again there's only the two trains that are running to us everybody's grabbing out of the same rails and sitting in there and breathe in the same error at all of that stuff and there's no windows in that soccer very very bad I mean that's just the germ pastoral letter we need in the interest of public health to cancel the trolley anyway back to the point that I was making it does seem as though the reactions are if they are over reaction strong inside attendees are individuals that are liberal again that's a tendency it doesn't always hold and the likeliest things to cancel a going to be government things rather they had those in the private sector but also that does that hold I'm hearing anecdotally a number of companies that are banning employee travel I think about that whether that's fascinating to some of this is just cover your **** stuff but I don't think I'll name the company but it is a large large large company based in southeastern Wisconsin but not in the city of Milwaukee was told the story this morning that a couple of employees that are coming in for a job interview today they were connecting through delta in Atlanta and the manager told the person who is doing the interviews the tub they can't come here will pay for their tickets but they turn around and go back we're not having anybody and we're not allowing any employee travel not only are we not going to let our people go anywhere we're not going to accept any visitors the major company you see stuff like that you realize what the impact is going to be on the travel industry and you see why some of the airline stocks are cratering in the hotel company stocks and sell what it does this by doing terrible their stock is down theme parks all of that stuff anything having to do with travel if indeed we're going to have a lack of movement in this country for two or three months the impact of some of these businesses it's extraordinary anyway I want to follow through on that so a company.

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"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

12:53 min | 1 year ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Good this is the mark Belling late afternoon show all I do not like a Levin thirty W. I. S. and I think everybody needs to cut slash yeah it's not bad a good week for the Democrats so she ripped up from speech it acted like a little bit a little baby who didn't get her way add all this mean old problems the president in here he's up there crow and on and on and on talking about what a great job he did it what a miserable job we did but I side was in charge you got to cut it some slack we got a nice we've got to be forgiving we've got to have compassion and empathy for the old bag after all you've got to consider everything that's happened just this week and it's only Wednesday it's only Wednesday you've got within maybe the next hour the Senate of the United States is going to clear doddle proper brought doing he's going to be acquitted on the stupid impeachment they brought in the first place problems approval ratings at the highest level they've ever bad at every economic measure that we have with the United States is facing a potential record the president just came in and gave a state of the union address which is a conquering hero meanwhile back at Milwaukee the Democratic National Committee has just fired the print the two people who run the DNC host committee omits the scandal with regard to sexual harassment bullying and mismanagement of the part of the leadership of the big convention in Milwaukee that's just for starters let's not forget they try to run the Iowa caucuses and they could even talked about and what they were dyed their top two candidates are the former mayor of a small city in Indiana and an eighty year old communist what would you do if you were you'll be a little hacked off to bed she's got to sit there and she's got a lesson she's got to wear white because apparently that's the official uniform dollar democratic women they got to wear white so she's got to wear white which you probably didn't want to DO because she probably figures that that doesn't make her look the best you see all of men white it way last night they look at I swear they look like plan members all they need is the sheets over their heads anyway the poor old bat she's got to sit there and trouble keeps giver these applause lied city keeps coming up with great things if he introduces American heroes out there in the audience in the meantime her train wreck of a party can't even run a caucus and when they do they count the votes of the fight one of her fellow house members breading leading for president know how bout a senator dole some thirty eight year old gay guy from Indiana he used to be a mayor who's married to a bad I mean you'd be a little tough to no she's probably figured I can't just stand up and walk over there and shut my out of the way in Tel Aviv got to leave the house chamber but she's posted you so she rips up the speech poor baby she is the equivalent of the kid that lives at the but I believe given picks up and flips the board up in the air anybody ever played monopoly as a kid does that I've talked about yellows loudly takes a long time your player to play in a plan and you get it you're about ready get thrown off the game when you get back up and you're right out of all your body and you got nothing left and you can't do any by it and sell it anymore nobody is understand this game because it's based on capitalism anyway so give the kid that's about to lose all that gets all have property picks up the bloody just flings it in the air so nobody all the everybody else's pieces god of the bodies all over the place and so I that's all she has she had a feel badly for her poor poor poor Nancy does she have to look forward to when she goes home she lives in San Francisco Hey Joe it's what's the Super Bowl it's better ball way she can't go downtown to get going to fisherman's wharf because you've got to step over all the homeless people laying around in the street we're at the time of greatest athletes in American history at her city is turned into a slob like I say you'll be hacked off to anyway I lay of the land I could probably have added six six I just gave you the big wads the one big thing here was CAD to the Democrats the whole we've got our convention we've got the D. I'd see that he had see that we get a lot of everybody to be that he had seen the DNC but it seems that he had seen that all we got to be at sea arch all excited about the DNC the DNC the I'd say everybody in time the people set up for the D. I'd say are apparently Attila the hun S. and hit a pillar of the hot this trading Interahamwe treating women they got a fire there all leaders that they just got the planning committee just got itself set up and yes they were both fired suspended initially now they fired the bottom up what about the daughter of a big time major democratic donor he's no doubt hacked off I wonder if Daddy Gilbert's got to be willing to kick it and bundle all the money for their d'abbadie this year the way he did for all Bob I know what that is daughter got fired because a bunch of other women said that she's made I tell you what the final result that Iowa is but I certain Ghobadi cares that it nobody cares it nobody cares to be like if you play the Superbowl ad the referees had a review a call on Sunday afternoon at like eight fifteen ad here they are Wednesday morning the guy still got his head under the hood nobody cares what I I think they are P. what Iowa but maybe birdie past nobody cares the Republicans read their clock is set a record turnout for a part in other police sensually unopposed incumbent president they got their votes counted by nine o'clock that night and the Democrats are so well we were still try to reconcile these numbers and not by the way eighty seven million by the way the vote is under way now in the Senate to vote right now comes gonna be acquitted you'll get a spiking the football off the whole thing hello see sit back there they could you know I told you so a or C. and gulps I told you that if you did that he wasn't going to get convicted I told you that he just got to get up there and he's gonna stick it up and stick IT stick at dot our throats and say say I obey I they they held the trial and nobody pod that I I was cleared of everything they were able to get any Republicans to vote to convict him the whole thing so anyway they do the vote in the Senate on a roll call and when it's done we'll pass along that fault but the this thing was a fait accompli I think even before the house started the actual impeachment process the fact that they felt the need to have Adam Schiff get up there and tell all these lies about what trump supposedly dead you don't have to live with the truth destroying it the truth is our ally you only live when you feel the need to lie shift came out from the very beginning and said he you know he's never had any contact with the with the blower in fact he said all sorts of contact with the was a lawyer he said that the transcripts are better deal the trump past the Ukrainian president eight types eight times to investigate the bidens in fact the request was only the one time they lied about all of that from the beginning and they ended they did nothing but hype this story all the way through and never came up with anything that actually indicated that prompted anything beyond what the transcript that from himself released revealed the transcript was released by problem remember and they never came up with anything beyond the transcript they only said the phone call was a terrible terrible phone call any kid terrible terrible things I'm a phone call yet trump release the phone call we also with the phone call if you could tell right then and there that the impeachment pride that things they went for was going to go absolutely no worse another stock now let's imagine that they actually find something a little bit medir the prompt does it that can obviously be anything they thought that they could get him on Russian collusion which there was not up to the big bailed out after brought it up to tide they need something else to the try to use the a gradient they they getting laughed out of the set it up that they they might find something else this year what are they going to do just keep impeaching if they asked if trump actually did something halfway right nobody paid any attention to it anymore my guess is the one of the reasons that Pelosi and by the way did you hear what they are when should they asked her after that they go the boat up to right now thirty five to twenty eight so we wrote about sixty three through I think some of them pass of the gore road so why they just run through and they all got to stand up and announce their boat the house they bought by buttons in the Senate I don't know why the Senate the Senate they still announced their vote I carry it for you but I mean there's no point in doing that anyway you you know that I'd let let me finish my point there's pelo see what why did tear up the speech could anybody understand what the woman said she has an incredibly difficult time right now talking it's very unusual should I lie it's the polite thing to do or something as opposed to what flip it up off giving him the finger walking up and grabbed him by the hair how is the polite thing to do I suspect the one thing you got to say about pelo see what she's certainly not very smart she's not the Dolby is Democrat out there she has some political skills you wouldn't have been able to get to be the leader that motley bunch of goals if she didn't have some political smarts and didn't have some tactical strengths and she didn't figure out how to organize those Democrats at least a little bit she's got to have some skills I thank you know when she said a year ago that impeachment would have to be far overwhelming evidence and it would have to be bipartisan that was her attempt to put her own caucus I notice that you can't go and do something that doesn't have any kind of broad support that if you impeach the guy a and he's cleared it's going to end up backfiring on us and she just couldn't control them and she ended up going along with the MP should because the majority of our caucus you know it's being run by the real speaker of the house of the real speaker the houses they see I mean these lefties are driving the entire process and she didn't have the ability to camp about so she felt the need to have to go forward with this and she did the best that she cried put now the good game face and all problems across this is terrible it's the most awful outrageous thing in the world that he made to look ridiculous that's right anybody what's that thing last night who looked ridiculous is out there citing one major historic epic American accomplishment after another everything everything right now everything we have is better than it's ever been disclosed I did I did I did I had it on and on and then just like a maestro he's put plates out this person to the gallery that person in the gallery people give wiping their head yep wiping tears in their eyes there so we'll go over the whole thing in there she is sitting there with one thing what one thing to Pat yourself on the back for the impeachment knowing full well that the very next day he's going to be acquitted in the set they talk about it I DO graduate this it would be terrible the bodies now Darden fifty two forty eight as had been expected the trump is found a document the cell the optics of the state of the union are bad but I'll grant you that it's never easy if you are the speaker of the house when the opposition party is in the White House they have to set up there yeah it's been the way the way we've got it for ever since they hold the thing in the chamber of the house and not the Senate because the Senate chambers to small that means you put the presiding officer of the Senate which is the vice president the Senate Majority Leader is not the actual presiding officer of the set it by it's sort of tactical because the vice president's never really in the Senate chamber but if the president of the Senate is actually the vice president of the United States of the vice presidents always going to be of the party of the president so you're going to have the vice president's heading over there the one side and then there's got to be the speaker the speakers got to sit there the camera out you remember when Paul Ryan had to sit there and you know during the tail out of a Bob mad we had better up there whatever you've got the president of the.

mark Belling president Levin
"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Eleven thirty W. why yes and mark Belling late afternoon show this sort of thing that I'm going to share with you in a moment happens everywhere it's just always worse at colleges and universities that's my little bit of a tease before I get into what to share with you the cold our guest and has text in word for this hour the word is bank as in put your money in the bank be a and K. bank you've got about fifty three minutes the techs that into two hundred two hundred everybody tried just text bank two hundred two hundred instantly with a thousand dollars in cash you get a text confirming entry plus I heart radio info standard dated miss rates apply in this nationwide just diversity training sensitivity training seminars at cetera is going out all over the American workplace where they bring in some expertise over paid to put on some session about how you're supposed to respect and understand lifestyles that are not yours and so what and if you're a white male you're then lectured as to what a monstrous person you I read everything you have in life is only because you're a white male lead many of you have had to go through these at colleges and universities however they take it to a completely different level these are institutions that have actual courses in which they teach students how horrible white people are and how we have marginalized virtually everybody else some people think that this is only going out of the big public universities that's not true I received the following from an instructor at Carroll university Carol use university use the call itself Carol college it's the school in Waukesha they decided to call themselves Carroll university because they think that makes it sound more impressive they said the following to all faculty members and it comes from the provost and vice president for academic affairs some Egghead named mark believe it now listen to this crap and this is going to everybody meaning they're all going to have to do it Alex our strategic plan I had a stop right there every college at every university and for that matter just about every got every lefty institution like this they all have strategic plans they love to do the sorts of things that you have to go into forty nine meetings to come up with go and have a bunch of people in a meeting and then have nineteen people come up with a draft of this that or the other they then come back and review the draft and on and on about not about of course is anything to do with anything it's just the sort of thing that liberal institutions love to do I'm not saying it doesn't exist in the private sector but if all they were having somebody like me doing was putting together reports about the kinds of things I will try to focus not on the show that would all be time that I wouldn't be spent actually preparing for my show I'm gonna have a hard time getting through this is you can tell I got the three words that I've already taken off about it our strategic plan pioneer driven Carol university's new vision for distinction by the way they all have names that are like that you can just take care a lot of their input in any other school and they're all going to have something like that some flowery words that also good bit me nothing pioneer driven Carol universities Neil vision as opposed to the ninety seven new visions that prior to this division new vision for distinction I love that for distinction whether it's the stand out but they're not trying to stand out there all tried to blend in to do the exact same crap everybody else is doing our strategic plaid Pieters driven Carol university's new vision for is this distinction states quote to achieve academic excellence we must have inclusive excellence there's that word inclusive hello is this the big board at the lefties they always talk about inclusivity even as they then turn around and they start excluding add insulting all sorts of people particularly white people we must have inclusive excellence is a to achieve academic excellence we must have inclusive excellence we must all work together to achieve this goal again great buzz words we must all work together to achieve this goal inclusive axles is that work we need a shared understanding now we're getting into the leg I I'm telling you if you're ready or wells nineteen eighty four for that matter any kind of thought control documents these are the sorts of buzz words they use shared understanding shared understanding in other words we need you all to think alike we're gonna program you're you're braid you mind numbed robots we need a shared understanding to support this work and in conjunction with our office of diversity equity and inclusion by the way they all have one of those the office of diversity equity and inclusion three separate words at all in the same thing we will be hosting a mug of weekly discussions of the book and now the book that they're gonna be hosting but this is not a sure what a month of weekly discussions of the father would book I want you all to guess the name of the book I don't want you to call in with that just get it's not a book you've ever heard of his gas it it's two words white Fred Gillette T. as in you know from fragile white fragility now we started with white privilege we white people apparently right everything now we're apparently fragile that are falling apart white Fringillidae I robin deangelo through these weekly and facilitated discussions we hope that we can continue to work towards that shared understanding is udder thought control they say they're in favor of diversity yet they tried to demand that everybody have the exact same quote understand big where is the diversity of requiring everybody to think and understand the same program from the top crap pulled a thing this me back to the email the first of these discussion sessions will take place during the week of our inaugural diversity equity and inclusion summit that's right they've got a sublet a diversity equity any closure you wonder why so many kids getting out of college can't learn don't haven't learned anything it's because universities like Carol is spending so much time doing this the week of February twenty fourth weekly discussions will follow so after they have the summit a diversity equity and inclusion the week of the twenty fourth there will then be weekly discussions talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk your all of your wondered why it costs sixty thousand dollars a year to send a kid to a private school access nobody is going to be actual teaching nobody's going to be a chore they're all talking about whatever it is that we're describing here weekly discussions will follow with a pause during spring break all absolutely we're not going to make a comment to do any of this during spring break you can find the dates in chapter readings within the link below and you should see the like I'm not going to read all of that for you please take a moment and register for your chosen discussion session here we have a variety of days and times available hopefully one will work for you if you are unable to find a time that works.

mark Belling
"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

10:27 min | 1 year ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"W. Y. S. and mark Belling late afternoon she always your publishes those ones are when you have the big you know the big lottery jackpots I'd be the really big huge wads of the of the roll over the multistate ones the ones with other combinations of numbers that everybody always says everybody always says I'm not lucky I never win anything that's what everybody always says you don't really know if you're like your dad because most of these things to talk about are hard to win it and most people don't with the I know that what I told people about strokes of luck that I've had off but I I could tell people don't believe me for instance I've mentioned once that was the last Vegas I got to royal flushes play video poker the same night that's still boggles my mind and what I've said I people they I know people think I'm making that up well I don't make things up you don't be to make things up but I tell stories of the year let's make it up what I say I don't know what I would say a lot of people they'll the gambling stuff is the sort of thing that people can make things up like when you hear somebody is how you do a Los Vegas I did okay that means they lost much I had a big that means maybe they broke even they say oh I did terrible that means they were busted crap doubted wiped out I mean I consider that a crack I lose track I think it's for I believe in I don't go out to Vegas much anymore and I don't play video poker at Potawatomi I think it's for real flesh is in my life I don't play slot machines I play table games sports sources but what I do play a machine it would be video poker because it's not really a game of skill but it's sort of a game of skill but in the end it still locked the cards that you get a getting a royal flush is aside from you know would want to go for it but not is still locked in the chances of it are very very remote in doing so but the point that I make is the zip yeah my lucky I I mean I don't think I yeah but I mean I've won and stuff that are I went into a place that has those pull tabs in the biggest money you know what a pull tab is don't you you pull the strip is cited it's usually it's one back to backs five Bucks ten Bucks or a hundred Bucks in the basket joy idea of them are duds I wanted a place they just got the thing add to that big huge thing you told me there are two hundred dollar ones in there the second what I pull off was one of the one hundred so I beat yeah my lucky or buy one of these people all I've ever with anything I never win anything I never win anything I never win anything I really don't know the answer to that but I suspect that a lot of people who say that they they just don't consider themselves lucky they have about the same rate of like is does everybody else so they're probably right there with the all with the odds I want to share a story with you about someone is passing herself off as a judge we're talking to the program what was were you brought up to think about it there's always a doctorate it we talked about the sex toys Paul apparently watches the sex toy ads where you watching the cities where the lady that so it's hard not to watch that what we would it's hard you you obviously stop and watch your Kerry why are you curious it's all ranges that they're like she's you know doing the you know watch of the year and that I know their show at all that stuff that is a basic actually know that if they give it I I buy it I know my attention span of the whole thing is I just Paul says he does it keep it out anyway we always bring in some like doctor to give this credibility what's something how it's helping your sex life figure well adjusted at all this stuff and we're cabinet yearly you know dog god well that's not a medical that somebody who maybe has a PhD in like Latin they put a white they put a white coat out of the whole thing that they always at a you know maybe it is a doctor somebody who can't actually get any patients and everything else on the go rent themselves out for the sex toy things but they probably are a doctor or they wouldn't be saying a doctor but that doesn't mean they're a medical doctor they're not likely to be a dad as direct tire a cracked or either it's likely to be something that is a doctor but it's nothing to do with anything you would have anything to do with the sex toys but a judge is not something that you could just I don't know if there are any standards in the canons of ethics in the legal profession which seem to be pretty thin to begin with can a lawyer who's that a judge pass him or herself opposite judge it is that considered to be raw egg well I don't know if it's ethically rugged out according to the standards of get you know the canons of the legal profession and so on but I will tell you about somebody's do it she's running for judge in Waukesha county but she's not a judge as you may know yesterday was the filing deadline for the spring elections all the love all the local races all your local school board races all the county executive elections and all the judicial races that are on the ballot I've decided that rather than try to cover all of this in a segment but just to cover the races as we go over the next few weeks rather than do one saw this person's better for this in this person's running for that anyway there it's election for Waukesha county judge it's a vacant seat lead reference juniors retiring so there's a vacancy on the Waukesha county circuit court bench one of the candidates that's writing is named cerra pona S. P. O. at eighty eight she's an attorney in private practice in Waukesha county her website is judge Paul at dak top the email address that you said to if you want to send a question to her is info at judge Poe death doc top that's the domain name for her website judge pulled at the maybe she's gonna win she's not a judge I checked a number of other candidates that are running for judge around the region to add not a devil are and yet judges are doing that usually what they do or you'll have a on a website name like let's imagine I was running for judge like battling for judge or vote battling for judge or something like that but unless you actually are a courageous judge running for reelection you don't call yourself judge in your website or in your advertising no there is a slight exception that I've seen in the past okay usually somebody will be safe I made a simple judge that's like traffic judge in a small community and they're running for county circuit judge they may call themselves I'm judge so and so right well that's technically true the it may be a low level judge but they're a judge bass said what I've been able to find out their opponents website she doesn't state that she's a municipal judge anywhere so I don't believe that she's a judge of any type I tried to contact a today I email that are at her at both her law office add at the sight of the campaign website and as of twenty five minutes ago which is the last chance I had to check my emails she had not responded back to me at the email address that I gave her but I was asking her are you would judge do you think it's proper for you to claim at all add in terms of the website debate she didn't have to choose judge poor that you could at that point after judge or something like that is everybody else would do so she tried to create the impression since the judge I don't know why you would say your age your call yourself judge if I call myself judge Ballinger does this sound like a passive myself up as a judge I think the answer is yes twenty Zelinsky is rather for bear should he call himself mayor is a let's see I'd say no but I think it's more serious with the judge when you say judge before your neighbor your not I mean for heaven's sake she going to court in front of these judges are supposed to swear at all with she would not be able let our old court to be able to swear or to swear an oath that she is so she said she had better website so the set of Sir upon at this any way of justifying this and she wants to tell me what the explanation is for calling our website judge pulled at that comment if she somehow going to claim that you've not tried to pass itself off as a judge great you in the website no where does it say I'm a judge and I'm not saying she's the only person who's ever done this it's the only one that I'm aware of but somebody else who is not something may have a website it which they tried to create the impression that they are the fact that she didn't get back to me and offer up an explanation tells me that she did much care what I think are much much the people of Waukesha county who listen to my show thing but if she does offer up an explanation for why she's passed it herself opposite judge when she's not a judge I'll be more than happy to share that with my audience my guess is she'll say well I'm new at this this is what they always say I'm new at this and this is what my campaign adviser told me to do as if a veteran lawyer doesn't know that you're not supposed to call yourself judge it back if you're not if you are not in fact a judge but that's my guess is the what her answer will be if she chooses to offer up at Sir so she's listening right now because I'm talking about her nine judge pulled out two calls yourself judge mode at I. ready for that answer that yes throughout the U. at a campaign adviser who told you to do it and you didn't know any better because you've never run for office it's better it's better it's better it's four fifty four do stock eleven thirty WYSIWYG now let's see if your vision is twenty twenty please look the guy charted tell me what you see is the bottom line I see two point nine nine ten that's the bottom line or I'm not Gina dello from two point nine nine ten actually it's two point nine nine.

W. Y. S. mark Belling
"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"W. I. S. and mark Belling late afternoon show I did a segment earlier in the week talking about what's the pay off for somebody that you steal something or does something illegitimately what is the long term play off a lot of it I don't know that it really exists there's no sense of accomplishment the store is a cousin of that it was reported by fax six maybe others reported as well I don't know but but in a fax six his website it's about the family of a woman named Elizabeth Shaffer who died in this past year she's a Walker judge is very good one of the big cemeteries in Waukesha prairie a home cemetery and they put together a floral arrangement at a grave and it was you know the side of the was a man made for leverage with you know the fake flowers and so on but a nice what her husband went to the grave site at Christmas morning this is the first jury as it at his wife elderly person goes to the grave and the floral arrangement is god according to the fax six story shapers husband came to the Christmas cemetery Christmas morning only to find her artificial floral arrangements had gone missing they were standing secure in bay in a vase just a few days earlier they called one of the daughters Christine Schaefer he looked around and saw everyone else's was still here he didn't understand why he is we're taking Elizabeth shapers daughter and grandchildren daughter say a lot of thought went into making the intricate arrangements family members believe they were stolen well sure they were stolen I suspect somebody stole it and use it as a Christmas gift right five probably sounds like what it is so that's a badge that Christmas gift is then enjoyed get applauded Ford what's the pay off internally for it knowing that you would still it I don't understand as you do I support cameras everywhere that I probably that be a we're going to have a cabaret at a bead a lot of people put out flowers and stuff the graves in every now and then you hear about stuff being stolen but most of those things that have any real value other than maybe something like this a man made floral arrangement where every stealing live flowers is no pay off of that they can be dead no time but you put together like an artificial arrangement and so on it's just sitting there somebody can go and swipe it anyway the family is saying that they hope whoever it is that sold it simply returns eighty ad contact the authorities and leave it somewhere so that they can have it back because they work hard at it that is their mob so I think we should come in an interview that this fall I think you should return it to us no questions asked we'll hit you over the head with a brick but we what is twenty questions all wet your four times over the head with a brick and well Paul who is not all that I've got I'm not dealt with the brick you go kick over the grade sixty seven times well judge isn't that what they deserve I'm sick seriously all the crime that we had there are more serious crimes than this but that's the whole point what you're getting is such a meeting was staying for most people other than to the family that you stole the problem to do this you have to be below the level of callous it if it just sub group was too lazy to actually go get a Christmas present forget I bet there's a good arrangement at the cemetery go grab but I can't give me a break kind of allows are you judge what days cometh pulls threatening the judgment day I mean okay I'll just get hit over the head with a brick your break a judgment day end of the whole thing what would be its cover you think it what you like so like you're over the weekend or you'll get what just for that person the judgment day is coming okay Paul strategy but I would just get hit over the head with a brick and Paul sending him to hell it I that's what I said it's just it's a level of cried it's not it's Sirius's say murder but it's a level of crime that almost deserves its own category because you know somebody robs a bank is trying to get the seventy five hundred in cash or whatever it is that they get stealing flowers and somebody's grade the flowers you put a fake wall arrangement is not a significant monetary value pre for you it was worth way more to the people who put it there that it ever would be to you and that's why I think it's just a specific way please let a cold people and in our society and I think a lot of younger people are really cold too don't you the for twelve years back eleven thirty WYSP it's time for rapid traffic slowing ninety what is a really nice floral arrangement at its destiny just by today you notice that Paul never know you never know I don't have any receipts honey ninety four eastbound from ninety second street to about sixty eight street and see a lot of flowers and radio stations are when I think about not unless they're straight involved it's a van all my goodness there will be the flowers it's not like a lot of employees of bringing flowers of what about their desk or anything we just on the day of the fire they would be stolen just like the cemetery they be stolen here too what we got cameras all over the place in here though I'm all in favor of that we do however what yeah you you got we have cameras are everywhere here where in our studio the hallways really yeah it was against that I was fourth member that will did you do about that Jay got all hacked often like hugs something got the camera so that it would be see in it I don't care it's going out during J. show I was come in here and fight about it screw things up the bus that might shared I have I am in favor of cameras everywhere I got nothing to hide southbound forty three the rock freeway closed at U. S. fourteen that's the Derian actually your will think of your job is change without the freeway cameras that are out there but a benefit that that is well yeah it's also benefit for lan ports that we've been able to see certain things yeah those are those are totally necessary I mean and you have no right to privacy on a on a public high to leave any right to privacy and again your corporate workplace either other than the master but now it's true yeah don't be doing things you shouldn't be doing at work these the ring doorbell thing that's another guest you know just shrimp credible lifestyle change in terms of all the people that are being caught stealing the Amazon packages so on and you see who is the what is what's lurking around and I know people that have cameras in the backyard to see the groups that are right around that into and that the the first ones I can think of for people just that are putting cameras around with the old trail cameras that they put out in the woods to see if you could what kind of animals are going through and pass that all of this but they're now everywhere because cameras are so cheap I mean what what that does ring doorbells and I use ring but there's there's other brand names out there right just the one that I hear of net pauses nest is even bigger I hear about rape but I guess there was a there hi the less than two hundred Bucks I think gotcha the for cameras for two hours I did just blows me away no wonder everybody has them that's like yeah they're like each day of the whole I just notifications on your phone when there's motion relate of what I like but if you're just like what if you have a family of seven kids report is going to be doing that all the time you can set it while you can set it well that how do you set a house of things was that if it's a burglar your kid art I I'm in every job that we now it's gotten to the subject got into the area being too boring to continue John so forty three southbound closed in Walworth county at U. S. fourteen highway acts runs parallel to the freeway they'll direct you over there and now northbound I..

W. I. S. mark Belling
"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"This is the mark Belling late afternoon show on newstalk eleven thirty W. I. S. at now yesterday on the program the first half hour of the show was kind of screwed up because we were having some issues of their broadcast signal that our engineering staff is still working got it it's been coming off your there and this that and the other thing it so why did we initially thought that it had something to do with the headphones that Paul gave me for Christmas so we don't think that that's the case what you're doing in there what's going on right now Paul trying to figure out what what I'm talking about somebody's coming in to deal with this oh okay so we don't think it's the headphones that Paul gave me but I put them back on and if this problem starts up again I am going to be convinced that it is they had pulled the Paul Gaby because that would be too much of a coincidence anyway the date today being the middle of a holiday period the only time that it's actually appropriate to use the word holidays as opposed to Christmas Honecker whatever wide you're celebrating because we are in the middle of a holiday period an overlapping what it is still Hanukkah I think it's still quads of for the four of you that that that celebrate contact and it is between Christmas and new years apart of the Christmas season given that it's a Friday during that I was debating whether or not to do what normal show that we normally do and have the same amount of hard news god yet disable on a soft stuff for the same amount of good to go around it so I'd I don't have any exclusive stories to report or anything like that or anything to break today that would so the fire med op ed decided what kind of a show to do because obviously the mindset of the audience is different and the listening patterns that we have today are different I would guess that if those of you that are employed people less than half of you are working today got a remarkable when you think of it it's still for most companies it is a work day but all across the American workforce this week the week of Christmas and really next week until after new years they started probably I guess said Thursday lots of vacations and lots of people having time off at a lot of companies scaling back and so on for instance it's not a holiday and our our station but it's like a ghost out in our building every day the sales people that are needed here what a how do they are they taking vacation or do they just not come in for work well I I don't know the answer to that because a sales person is generally judge that how much they sell it you know it's like me I don't have any other than this time that I'm on the year there's not a requirement that I did the building by nine thirty in the morning or for that matter five to three I'm judged on the work product that I do here at the responsibilities that I have including the show and whatever else that they give me to do it's up to me to decide how much I have to be in the building at all to do it because I judge that the quality of the work product but people have jobs like that you know there's a lot of this that and the other thing it here and there and so I during this week so anyway here's what I've come up with we do have one thing that we have to do a today show because it's part of the regular format of the program and that is will be doing a football taking contest right at the tail end of the show we generally say five forty five and it usually starts the year give or take a couple of minutes either way sometimes he started a little bit early and sometimes is that a little bit late but to be at five forty five we won't have an opportunity for a listener to be able to participate in the contest this week because our audience contested for the last three weeks keeps on winning it he'll be going for four in a row after today there are four weeks left in our contest so he still does have a chance to win the grand prize of fifty thousand dollars if you can pull off eight in a row which of the history of our contest only one person has ever done Paul do you know that but I don't distract you ready to get their Paul I mean okay what a bother your anything by you know doing the radio program or to think about no I did just that I don't know what why we fixing the problem well okay are you suggesting I'm getting in the way of the fixing of the problem you would help if I could talk to him as opposed to doing the show will maybe our engineers to come in before the show starts to bother you that up if good all right all right Paul is telling me that we should have the highest priority being having the engineer at the studio bother you a bit as you know I think that we should not be doing that sort of thing but that's neither here to there so we start the program I have a dispatch or you got I and I got a spat the entire showed out today he he he's got me kicked about that's good anyway what I was asking is to see if you add that this is an important question read you recall who the only person he is ever to get aid at it correct in Aurora football that that's me all right all right all right out here we go with that yes that would be be so anywhere ID it's good as that will be around to make that pick when we do our football contest a little bit later on in the program I of all the stories though that have happened over the last it's a weird week of course the last two days the one that I have gotten the most reaction to and the people that offer the most input I'd it's the weirdest what in the state of Wisconsin this week it actually didn't happen this week but it got a lot of news coverage this week and is now gone national that's a story about Kabir go by should be a male of the former Green Bay Packer pass rusher a defensive lineman who still lives in Green Bay and was involved in a bizarre incident at a school in a church earlier this week that is shine light on what's been going on in his life add the alarm that his situation is now presenting to people I was thinking about this that I was trying to decide whether or not I wanted to poke into the story or not at this is what I've come up with for those of you who don't know what we're talking about here I'll give you the background that is so that you can comment added intelligently or at least think about it intelligently by the angle I want to take on this is what are we supposed to deal when somebody is exhibiting signs that could be interpreted as dangerous it could be interpreted is simply an American citizen what aid to live his life with the views that he has prior to nine eleven I think we had said that question by erring on the side of letting people have the believes that they what I have and say well what that person's thinking you're doing mind your own business leave it alone it's not like before nine eleven we never had any mass shootings or terrorism or anything like that but nine eleven did change everything since then in the nearly twenty years since nine eleven we not only have the problem of Muslim terrorism we have had the problem of school shootings mass shootings random shootings in the United States not really having anything to do with any political agenda just people for whatever reason alienation screwed up whatever just decided to kill people it's not a new problem it's simply a bigger problem now that it was prior to nine eleven and of all the issues that I can think of in the new century that we are ed I guess this is the twenty first century it doesn't even sound right to say does it we've been we're now twenty years it would still doesn't sound right to say where the twenty first century does it with the pulse is it does the he I could see Paul is going to be completed to be the entire showed up because he's better through the engineer out of the studio I just don't know why the engineers a coveted exactly three o'clock to try to fix this so move but we had yeah.

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"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Thirty w I s Mark Belling late afternoon show. The forecast, increasing clouds with a slight chance of thunderstorms, low sixty tomorrow it's going to be cooler that it was the day, mostly cloudy, there will be scattered showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures will stay in the low-to-mid sixties Sunday, the sun comes open. It would be still a little cool, mostly sunny, high around sixty four Monday Partly sunny, slight chance of showers, high, sixty eight and the back to the seventies for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, mostly cloudy, Zan Wednesday partly sunny on Thursday. The first of the big lake events of the summer is this weekend. The UPS ride for the yards. That's the big bike ride is Sunday, boarding, lots of roads. Get closed for that, including harbor drive, which is the end onto the home bridge, and so on seven ninety four for the beginning, you don't have any routes. They have. You know, the it's not everybody doesn't take the same route you. Oh, yeah. For the, the, the one, the kids, family and friends route. That's the shortest one that's five miles. That's still pretty good. Isn't it? Then they have what they call the family wrote, that's twelve miles, then the own the whole route. That's twenty five miles. That's eighty bottles of water. Well, it, by the way, the logger the route the earlier this start the first one starts at seven o'clock in the morning on Sunday and the five mile one doesn't start until nine o'clock. So it pretty much is all morning to pay. Some people will be on these routes said, obviously, some are longer than others anyway. Twenty five owned the horn wrote that starts at seven forty five. Then they got the forty five mile touring road. I don't know where that all goes, but that starts at seven fifteen riding a bike Forty-five miles. No, that's, that's a lot. Well, yeah, your neighbor does fifty. What do you do? I mean when I was a kid and I rode my bike. I don't I rarely wrote it more than three or four miles. What? Well, yeah. That's true. Had no gears or anything. It just a dumpy. I you're right these bikes right now. It's almost like well, it's like what are the call? Those the, the, the, the city recovered. No. That's something else, call the exercise bikes. Stationary bikes. Just that's it. Right. Just the stationary bike. Yeah. I mean it's almost there's hills at all that, anyway, that forty five that's not even the top. Then there's the challenge wrote that seventy miles, that's for the pros. So anyway, a lot of roads. Expect it's the I believe they're using the same.

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"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:09 min | 2 years ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Seventeen. This is the Mark Belling Lynn afternoon show on news talk seven thirty W. I S N were stealing a page out of brewer manager Craig councils playbook. This is what we call a bullpen game here on wwl ESN. You're listening to the end of the four o'clock hour, Mr. belly was here. And that is the plan for most of this week. Mark will be on at the beginning of the show. But as the ace of the team that'd be the role with the brewers. I would assume going into this year that would make me on that. Josh hater on that a lefty, I met a lefty politically speaking, and I'm not a lefty as a by throwing otherwise I'd probably be a major league baseball right now because lefties have the shelf life of of of share in her career for crying out loud. But I am going to be wrapping up the show here for the next. Oh about forty two minutes or so there's a lot of content to get into. There's a lot of good information to share with you. So I encourage you to stick around those of you who are not aware of who. I am quite honestly, I am you. Lifelong Wisconsin residents spent all but two years of my entire life year in southeastern Wisconsin. I did live in both Green Bay and Rhinelander for awhile married. A couple of kids, and I'm a conservative Rupp listening to Mark Belling. So it's a it's not are here to be able to spend some time with you in his audience. Mark was discussing at the end of the four o'clock hour story that happened at CPAC the conservative political action even saying that right? The conservative political action conference. I was right. Spike Lee there from the Oscars. I couldn't even read my own handwriting for crying out loud. And there's something else that happened in regards to CPAC they wanted to kick off my portion of the program because it proves once again. How hypocritical the left is not just and everything they say, but how they treat President Trump either. The assume we conservatives are idiots. Who won't go back and make sure whatever they're discussing is accurate. Or they just don't care. And they're basically applying all of their knowledge all of their tactics all of their information towards the lowest common denominator person who won't actually take five minutes to in. Essence fact, check what they're saying is accurate or not. So yesterday Trump after his time in Vietnam with Kim Jong Hoon. It was hers turn to speak. To our speech. I think it may have just gotten done, by the way, he was up there. And he was he was typical Trump revving up the crowd. They were eating out of the palm of his hand. It was an essence a big campaign rally, which as we know the president is really at his best. And then the two hour speech. He said something that liberals right now, especially in the media are jumping all over. And maybe you weren't aware of this. So that's why I want to bring it to your attention right now. One of the things the president said at CPAC was as follows take a listen the men and women here today. Are on the front lines protecting America's interest defending America's value and reclaiming our nation's priceless. Heritage audio cut out there for a second that was in the audience self. But the president said reclaiming our nation's heritage. I was actually watching at home yesterday when the president I didn't watch all two hours, quite frankly a couple of things to do. But I did see this portion of the speech, and I thought nothing of it a harmless phrase amongst many pro American pro growth, pro conservative values in the president's speech, but not everybody saw it the way I saw it. After the speech. There was an analyst on CNN. Her name is Samantha Vajna grad. She took exception to a bunch of things in the president's speech. Specifically, the one clip that I just played take a listen to again, CNN's Samantha grad has it makes me sick on a personal level preserving your heritage reclaiming our heritage that sounds a lot like a certain leader that killed members of my family in about six million other Jews in the nineteen forties, but our national security. Wow. I'm gonna pause it right there. 'cause I'm gonna come back to this in a second. So literally. The CNN analyst is making the comparison to Adolf Hitler comparing Trump to Hitler virtuous signaling as you've been made well aware of in the Trump administration. See there he goes again, telling all the followers all the deplorables all the voters here, we go. Roundup the youth. Follow my lead. That's what she's insinuating comparing Trump to Hitler more on that in a second. But she continues level the president talks about preserving our heritage as a catch all for implementing policies that miss allocate resources. He pretends that there are massive flows of legal immigrants coming over our borders, and is spending billions of dollars on a border wall -mergency instead of paying attention to real national security threats. He sounds a lot like despotic leaders that have talked about white heritage and white nationalism around the world, and is putting resources in the wrong place, and pretending that there are foreign people trying to influence our country in a way that just isn't accurate who does that speak to its base. And it also, by the way, this whole CPAC speech, how many pieces parts of President Putin's to do less with President Trump trying to accomplish today. He denigrated our institutions the department of Justice. And the US congress. He spread misinformation and conspiracy theories. He undermined the credibility of several of our institutions he so divisions. He sowed confusion. He was speaking to his base. But he was also saying things that really look like ladder, Putin, scripted his speech. So it helped him perhaps with his base in politically while at the same time making Russia's job a lot easier. Wow. She covered a lot in that ninety seconds of audio again comparing the president to Hitler. She denied that there is massive numbers of illegal immigrants crossing our borders. The last numbers I saw in the wasn't put up by Fox News, by the way, seventy thousand seventy thousand every year are coming illegally through our southern border. I'm sorry. If that's not a crisis. Then there's no word to describe what crisis means, of course, it is. She then went on to spread those idiotic conspiracy theories. Is that the real goal of Trump's speech at CPAC was? To serve the needs of Ladimir Putin. They're still unrest Shah. They can't get over the fact that when the molar probe is finally released. There's no collusion. A russia. Cohen admitted as much in his testimony on Capitol Hill last week sorry, no collusion with Russia. He tried to walk it back by saying the famous part of the testimony that well, Don, jR, came into the office in whispered in done seniors Donald Trump's year, the meetings on in that moment, I knew there was Russian collusion. That's your proof. But beyond that. For the two over two years now of the Trump administration. We've heard time and time again members of the media defining what the president means at rallies in the state of the union in rose garden appearances because they leave they're smarter than the president. In reality. The president was just firing up his base. That's the whole point of CPAC. But back to the original statement, the virtual signaling. We're the CNN analysts took the time to basically compare the president to Adolf Hitler. When she said quote. On a personal level. This is the president. We need to reclaim our heritage. And then she took that to sound like something Adolf. Hitler would say. Well, here's what the hypocrisy of the left is once again showing its ugly face. But for us conservatives an opportunity to shake our head and go, well typical left. It was seven years ago. At the Florida democratic convention. That then vice president Joe Biden had this to say it's time to stand up. It's time to fight back. It's time to reclaim our.

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"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"This is the best of belling on newstalk eleven thirty wins i was discussing innovation what's going i think right now almost every it used to be the people who came up for new with new ideas in our world recalled inventors and you thought about like some mad little scientists who tinker around with things of these guys that would get patents for everything under the sun and a lot of them obviously turned into actual products i mean everything for which there was a pat and the most patents came from companies that we're working for our for existing businesses but people embedded came up with these things now in inventors are really a different kind of animal they're not just people who come up with gadgets and they're not just people who problem solve because we are able to do all these things digitally i think they just ask themselves this what do we have a need for it's really that simple isn't it you know what a perfect example of that there's a million examples a perfect example of something that i guess in retrospect you could sense that we had a deed all these pedometers and step meters i there's a private company that invented them in their fitbit's and all that stuff now most of them i think most people just use their phones don't you paul says the fitbit's still better than that i don't i don't even know i've never i haven't really coded by i bet i take more steps than you policies there's no way you're you're lazy you don't do anything how would i know what i do i don't count of like you do yeah you count but i i bet you cheat you're counting like if you take like around and take five baby steps to that machine behind you ever going to get like thirty five years is like rigged up to be itchy it should be done in the distance not steps for one thing well yeah i mean i'm a i'm a big tall guy you're a shrimp my step covers three times the distance is yours anyway will you stop distracting except i started the distraction didn't i clearly people what an incredibly great i you know why it's a great idea well i i know but why was why why do people like them yeah but that's not what do people love more than anything else anything that gives them praise right this allows them to say i did whatever this number is everything else that we have you know what the opposite of these step meters is the scale you get on the scale all you get as bad news you get on this idea this number of steps i did that number of steps and it almost becomes a thing in which it makes you want to exercise more so that you can talk up the big number that you have now that's an easy one in retrospect to realize that there will be a demand for something that would count the number of steps that an individual would take i still remember on my show back with all these apps are just coming in i said you know there ought to be an app for and then everybody said there already is one it was for where you stand at a golf course to be able to have you look at your phone to tell you the number of that i said but i said this is four years ago whatever i said that they were already out there then but i hadn't heard of them out there that somebody needed a gps every golf course so that the gps loker located we know exactly where you were were you get rid of these stupid little things that the caddy's hold his little charts that they have over that but actually do something that would measure it so the whole idea for these people that are coming up with new ideas for anything is there just asking themselves what is there a need for is it any surprise that restaurant delivery is now taking off that i think a lot of people would like to have these like they'd like to be able to have this sitting right there in their own living without having to get in the car and drive to the restaurant or whatever so restaurant delivery has exploded with regard to the automobile people debate whether or not the customer actually wants the electric car musk who's been driving this with tesla and is a genius but a flawed genius one of the things about genius is most genius is no that they're geniuses and therefore.

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"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The best to belling highlights of recent mark belling late afternoon shows on newstalk eleven thirty wins good afternoon milwaukee this is the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty w i s n any institution out of care what it is any institution that is not you find a blake conservative becomes liberal what do you mean by that i'm going to explain it has to do with essentially the boy scouts of america making fools of themselves and no longer being a great organization and instead being one more politically correct glop that has fallen on the ashy of whence great institutions that have fallen into nothingness because the leadership didn't have the willingness to fight off the overwhelming pressure to go liberal they're merely the one that's in the news today and it's merely one of the most tragic ones that the boy scouts have caved in are dropping the name boy scouts and say that they want to be open at girls said everybody else under the sun i think the new name of the boy scouts is going to be the trans goats not positive boy scouts bsa is the name of the organization anyway how does this all how does how does this happen any organization that is not literally defined by its essence as conservative becomes liberal you can't be a neutral if you're a neutral you go to the left i'll give you a perfect example of this that happened many many years ago there was an organization called the league of women voters it's still around the league of women voters was not set up to be a partisan organization at all in fact the whole point was that it was to be nonpartisan and non ideological they did things like host debates and you candidate forums and urge voter registration but they didn't have an agenda from either democrat republican or whatever but because the organization wasn't definable conservative over the years it simply became liberal another example of this would be the public school systems in the united states they were never set up to be the leftist indoctrination centers that they are now over time they became that because they weren't the alternative because they weren't defined by conservatism in other words they didn't have an ideology they moved to the left if you are not defined by conservatism if you are set up to be something that is neutral or anything is long as you're not defined to be to be conservative you move to the left whatever the organization is that you want to speak of the constant fight is always going to be to stop the leftward drift of these organizations here's another example many of these foundations that are formed to be conservative they'll usually set up some rich guy dies and says here's a few million dollars and i want you to advance conservative causes or original goat will donate the money to set up the organization and i want you to pursue freemarket values of pursue this presumed that pursued the other thing then the old goat dies or if it comes out of his estate he's already dead the original board of directors that's in place pretty much used to the conservative mission but over time there's a drift and it drifts some more and some more and some more and some more and civil war i've had my eyes on the bradley foundation here in milwaukee to see whether or not this occurs the bradley foundation was set up by the bradley brothers who are part of the allen bradley umpire and they use the profits from the sale of allen bradley two rockville and one of the things that they did with it is to set up a foundation that was that was premised on the free market values that we've known the bradley foundation to be for and the bradley foundation through its years has generally been buried very staunchly conservative but it doesn't take a genius to notice that the bradley foundation has become almost anonymous lately in milwaukee one certainly has the fear that this is part of a drift to the left that they stopped being proactively conservative and now are in this general vagueness that it's part of the drift of the i didn't say it is i'm saying one asked to keep an eye on it you always have to be wary of this how does this happen why does it happen these are fantastic questions i'll help you out of this another institution that was not defined from the right and drifted over the years radically to the.

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"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"belling" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Mark belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty w i s n big political story over the weekend it was expected the lia book mare would probably get the endorsement of the republican party for the united states senate you need sixty percent to get it if it's less than sixty percents party simply endorses though what but she threw that seventy two percent this is an odd story we haven't wisconsin right now you have a primary election for the united states said at very very high profile in which the candidate that seems to be leading in most polls and it's obviously early not only is not the preferred choice of most of the republican activists volunteers and so on they really don't want him to win it all in a weird way this is almost like trump in sixteen rotting with the opposition of many of the people who are involved in the republican party but some republican voters simply saying i don't care we're going to choose the guy the thing about this convention both though is essentially anybody can go to the republican convention you have to be chosen from like your county it's not like you know the national political conventions where you carry wisconsin and those delegates go to the convention or your pledge to support a certain candidate pretty much anybody can go and becoming a voting delegate is not a difficult process.

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