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Eager to Limit Exemptions to Vaccination, States Face Staunch Resistance

Ben Shapiro

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Eager to Limit Exemptions to Vaccination, States Face Staunch Resistance

"There's a new polish to stop some old diseases with celebrities like Jessica Biel. Now joining the discredited anti vaccination movement supporters of stronger school. Vaccination laws are speaking out speaking on Dr drew midday live with leeann tweeden state, Senator. Dr Richard panik, he's worried about a jump and parents getting their kids medical exemptions all eight medical around. That means that the kids really need them are potentially endanger of too, many of those other kids around them into school. His new Bill SP two seventy six designed to crack down on phony, medical exemptions for kids who don't get vaccinations before entering school. If signed into law, it will require doctors to submit information to the California Department of

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"bill sp" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"bill sp" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Use deadly force is stalled in the state assembly AB three Ninety-two aims to change the legal standard for when police officers can employ deadly force Bill was recently combined with another competing use of force. Bill SP two thirties. What it's called, which calls for more police training, it's been back down to thirty s been back by law enforcement groups, but activists have been pushing legislators to pass Abie three ninety two following a number of police shootings throughout the state. Let's go in depth here on this young Californian, who became known as the American Taliban, who will be set free after nearly two decades in prison conditions imposed by the government on John Walker Lindh's release make it clear that authorities sink that he's still could be a threat. ABC's Mark Remillard is following the story. So what exactly is Lynn can have to do in order to keep his freedom? Well, he'll. Under a supervisor release for the remaining three years of his twenty year sentence. So he's been incarcerated for seventeen years. Set to be released tomorrow, and we'll be under strict probation for those remaining three years. He'll have his location restricted as to where he can travel, and where he can go to his internet, traffic, and the kinds of searches and things that he can do online, either monitored or restricted as well. So he will be under strict restrictions during his during his three year probationary period, essentially, he's getting out on the basis of good behavior. Her. Well also, we were asking about whether or not Mark thinks that the officials believe that he is a threat, some of some sort of specific nature. Well, this is the issue that is faced with a case like his he is. He has not renounced or changed his views on his religion of what we understand. In fact, there was a document that was released believe, in an exchange with some journalists that Linda had had in which he said he still believed in, in Jihadism in and of itself. And so he doesn't seem to have changed or altered, his views. But at the same time, you can keep someone incarcerated because of their ideology or because of what they believe he was sentenced to twenty years. He's cooperated as he could with authorities. He was a low level kind of foot soldier for the Taliban and L Qaeda and didn't really have much. Intelligence information. He could provide wasn't any kind of. Amazing level of cooperation there for him. He did cooperate in the way that he could. But when it comes to his ideology in the way that he believes it appears that much has changed, but you can't can continue to incarcerate him when he pleaded guilty to charges you was sentenced to twenty years, and now he's able to be released. All right. Then that released takes place in, perhaps twenty four hours or less ABC's, Mark Remillard. Joining us Mark. Thanks very much. Thank you. Judges delayed the court martial of navy seal accused of murder here in California, while lawyers resolved questions over whether the government's monitoring of emails compromise his right to a fair trial. The judge said the trial of special operations chief Edward Gallagher is going to be delayed as defense lawyer seek to have him removed from the case defense attorneys want to know if the judge allowed prosecutors to track their emails, Gallagher's charged with killing a wounded Islam state prisoner in Iraq. Coming up Kelly brothers has money news. But right now at four fifty at news, ninety three point one case, traffic.

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"bill sp" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"bill sp" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Sanctuary of life in that state for more on this trend throughout the country, and what he's observing father Frank Pavone joins us. He's the national director of priests for life father. Good to have you with us, sir. Thank you. Good morning. Good morning. So what do you make of the suite of prolife bills being passed in states around the country? Well to me into other national leaders, it's not a surprise, because we see the attitude changing across America, especially as people realize how extreme our current abortion policy is many Americans believe abortion is only allowed in the first trimester. Now they come to find out. It's allowed up until many people are very uncomfortable as they come to learn more, and more. How violent abortion is even. In the early stages. So we're not surprised. The different approaches because this is one of the things Roby weight away from the states was the right to decide for themselves how they would protect their unborn children. And now we're seeing the state's rising up and saying, no, when you want to be, we want to have some self-governance, here, Missouri governor Mike parson was asked about Roe v Wade being overturned, and whether or not he'd like to see it. Here's his answer. Yeah, I do believe Rocha vision, and I think it'd be a day come. We may see that do you think he's right? Father that there will be a day that Roe v. Wade in the subsequent decisions on abortion. The supreme court are overturned. Yes, I'm completely convinced that we will see it sooner rather than later, simply because it's not just governors like him that are that are calling for that even federal judges, even when they have to apply v way to decisions that they are making it. The lower federal court level are criticizing decision been any supreme court decision more widely criticized by judges by scholars, and by the general public van Robie weight. And of course, we see the supreme court moving moving in that direction, even when, when Justice Cavanaugh was going through his hearings, and was asked about president, you know, he affirmed as as, as they would all firm that sure Roe v. Wade is president. Judge Justice Gorsuch, as well as just as cavenaugh had co authored books years ago, showing that even a long standing precedent can be reversed by the supreme court, especially one of the criteria was that, it's the subject of a long, and enduring sustained public protests. And that's what we're seeing more and more with Roe v. Wade also seen in this did not get a lot of play in the media, but Rhode Island had Bill SP one fifty two. The reproductive health act that was based on New York's law that allows abortion at any time during the pregnancy right up until birth that Bill failed in Rhode Island. You've got Louisiana governor John Bel Edwards, who is a democrat who said that he is going to sign his states, heartbeat legislation. He's going to break with Democrats on that. Why is this having now? Why are we starting to see the pendulum? Swing the other way when it comes to abortion why now well, a couple of things first. Of all the portion industry is actually in a state of collapse. So we have had since I've been doing my work with prince for life of the last twenty five years, we've seen over two thirds of the abortion clinics in America close. And we've also seen public opinion, come more and more in our in our direction. And now a lot of this is Krista lies in the industry is really in a state of panic because I don't see it as a business collapsing. But now they see the political winds against President Trump just had his one hundred six federal judge confirmed, now, he's appointing all conservative pro-life judges. And so the other side realizes now, they're in a lot of trouble here father on that issue though it doesn't seem like anyone's really moderating physicians though, on the left rather than admit that, hey, maybe maybe the American people are not where we are. They're moving further to the left just this weekend. You've Amy klobuchar. Bernie Sanders and Pete Buddha. Judge all signal that they would place. No. Restrictions on abortion whatsoever. That is unlimited abortions up into up until the moment of birth. And then you've got people like Greg governor off northern wanna take beyond that you hear all those positions. And you think why in your view father? Why are they so extreme on these things now? Well, one of the big answers is that while many Americans view Planned Parenthood as a Health Organization, they devote tens of millions of dollars in every election to pro-abortion democrat candidates. They are a major political ideological force, and all of these politicians know it, whether it's Planned Parenthood or the other pro-abortion political action groups, they are gonna get money from them. If they told the, the company line, so to speak, not only that of the democrat party platform, which is completely pro-abortion without restriction. But also that a Planned Parenthood and the abortion lobby. And that's why we're seeing that out of touch with the American people, but they can't get themselves out of touch with their donors. Yeah. And you do see the number of abortions going down this country. It's been on a downward side to your point since since the early eighties, it's been on a downward slide. So it was seem as you said that, that this is just the abortion industry. Is dying. It is starting to see less and less NS, because birth control is getting better, and that's a whole nother discussion now a father. Thank you so much for joining us. We always appreciate it. Oh, I love coming on with you. Thanks so much. Have a great day. Six forty three. Wwl male, great able to.

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"bill sp" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"bill sp" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Controversial transit housing, Bill SP, fifty is dead for the calendar year, the Senate appropriations committee decided today that the Bill that would force many California cities to allow denser housing developments won't be voted on till at least next January. The bill's author state, Senator Scott wiener of San Francisco said he's disappointed in the delay because the state needs to solve the housing crisis. The measure would eliminate local zoning restrictions near major transit lines and job centers in counties with populations above six hundred thousand cities about fifty thousand a suspect is dead nearly a week after a high-speed chase and shootout with LAPD. Authorities say Dylan Lindsey passed away at the hospital Thursday morning. The Los Angeles sheriff's department says he died from a self inflicted gunshot wounds that he suffered during the Friday incident, the driver from the chases still facing charges. Police believe Lindsey was the robber who shot and killed a liquor store owner earlier in. The month. Kevin trip KABC news, New York City mayor Bill, de Blasios entered the twenty twenty presidential race. Speaking to reporters today, the democratic mayor says, he's also committed to healing division unifies people is they want fairness and a lot of Americans believe this is not a fair country right now, Americans believe, and the right that working people falling behind not moving forward. The next generation, a tougher time than the previous generation support his growing for the California act to save lives this week, the San Diego city council passed a resolution lending support to assembly Bill, three nine to the legislation would limit when law enforcement officers can use deadly force officers would be held liable for homicide if an investigation finds they acted with criminal negligence or if their use of deadly force on a civilian was the sensitive by the officers own actions, talk radio, seven, ninety KABC sports dodge..

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"bill sp" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"bill sp" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. The president of three Lanka has declared a state of emergency after coordinated bombings on Easter Sunday killed two hundred ninety people these occurred in churches and hotels and bears. Lauren Freyer says the emergency will go into effect at midnight local time, the state of emergency allows Sri Lankan soldiers to deploy throughout the country for at least ten days and allows police extraordinary powers to detain hold suspects without charge. There's been no claim of responsibility for Sunday's bombings. The health minister named local militant group said all seven Suzanne said all seven suicide bombers worship Lankan nationals. But a cabinet spokesman says the attacks could not have succeeded without international help. Another explosion went off Monday as police tried to defuse bombs left in a van near one of the churches. Attacked a day. Earlier. Police also fat eighty seven detonators scattered near the capital's main bus depot, Lauren. Prior NPR news Mumbai secretary state, Mike Pompeo was announced the US will tighten Wilson. Actions on Ron the Trump administration will end waivers to seven countries and Taiwan who buy oil from Iran, big importers such as China and India could face US penalties. A wanted to emphasize that we have used the highest possible care in our decision to ensure markets developing. The United States has been in constant discussion with allies partners to help them transition away from Arabian crew to other alternatives. President Trump is tweeting that Saudi Arabia and other OPEC nations will help with oil supply to the markets. President Trump is suing to stop a subpoena by House Democrats. They are seeking certain information from Trump's businesses, including the Trump organization lawyers for the president say the house government oversight committee's subpoena is invalid and unenforceable because there's no appropriate legislative reason for it. A New Mexico man who heads militia and has been recorded detaining migrants at the border is to appear today in federal court NPR's Amy held reports the F B I arrested him over the weekend on charges of being a felon in possession of firearms sixty nine year old Larry Mitchell Hopkins who also goes by the name, Johnny Horton junior. Leeds United constitutional patriots video shows group members detaining hundreds of migrants, including children in the dark of night on the US side of the border. The group stated goal is to uphold the constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic, but critics including the ACLU vigilantes have Noah thirty to detain asylum seekers. President Trump has warned of an influx of migrants coming up from Central America calling it a quote, invasion, and for months groups and individuals have taken up arms to patrol the border, but now customs and border protection and the New Mexico governor are saying private groups should not be taking enforcement into their own hands. Amy how? NPR news on Wall Street. The Dow is down fifty five points. You're listening to NPR news from Washington and for KCRW Jonathan bastion cherry Glazer. Good morning at seven four while. There's renewed debate about a controversial state housing Bill SP fifty now you might remember. That's a Bill that would encourage large development near transit lines in jobcentres. Now in LA nonprofit is taking center stage in what's becoming an ugly fight. Michael Winston, the president of the L A based nonprofit aids healthcare foundation is behind a flyer campaign. That's blanketed the bay area this month. KCRW? Pauline of Alaska has more the flyers and ads feature a large picture of author James Baldwin and a harsh Baldwin quote from the sixties about how urban renewal in the bay amounts to the removal of black people the point of flyers to say a state housing Bill that's up for consideration this year. We'll do the same SP fifty wants incentivize building high dense. City housing near public transit stations. A similar Bill was shut down in committee last year for many of the same reason its new iterations opposed that this kind of construction will displace residents and reduce affordable housing. It's supporters. Meanwhile, say they're addressing a housing shortage. And that these are glorified not in my backyard arguments. This time around a coalition of LA housing tenant rights groups has worked closely with the bill's author state Senator Scott Weiner to address their concerns though. They haven't taken an official position. LA city council has already voted to oppose the state Bill and scar Weiner is hitting back over the flyers. You said to hold a press conference today with black leaders calling the ads racist and offensive hit job against the effort to encourage more housing development. California's known as the ATM machine Democratic Party, presidential politics and one of the fastest rising young stars and the party. This is mayor peach Buddha judge is bringing his presidential campaign to the Golden State. Next month for a three day fundraising blitz KCRW, Eric Roy reports, you wouldn't expect the mayor of south bend Indiana to vault into the top tier of democratic presidential candidates. But the thirty seven year old is the perfect progressive package in many ways, he's young. He's a married gay man, a combat veteran erode scholar, and so far he's been unflappable on the campaign trail, even when confronted by anti gay protesters now, he's planning to aggressively tap, the Golden State ATM political reports that Buddha judge will hold to fundraisers in San Diego, and may eighth Hilton three fundraising events in LA the next day and finished with six fundraisers in the San Francisco Bay area the day after that they'll range from a happy hour grassroots fundraiser in Los Angeles to a meeting of Buddha. Judges national investment circle in San Francisco, and that hasn't been coaching on the territory of another democratic candidate, California US Senator Kamala Harris for KCRW, I'm Eric Roy finally for commuters across southern California. There's a. Silver lining to the end of the holiday weekend trips on LA metro and Metrolink will be free today to commemorate Earth Day officials hope.

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"bill sp" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

12:42 min | 1 year ago

"bill sp" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Had this big. It's hard to give extending this happens after. We have my head measures largest head ever on that a union that I had no idea. I know. Yeah. And that's that's just a Wow, Did you really go forehead head. Did you go straight to the forehead? I just kidding. Just kidding. It's getting Rodney hood size in the bulbous nece nature of the head. That's okay. You go straight for the forehead. And that's just that's that's that road. I have a low blow. I'd I'd take it back. It's not like I'm talking about. What you're wearing today? I mean wouldn't do that. No. There's nothing wrong with what I wearing today. Actually. I can't even prove it. I can't even the people on TV you today because we have these issues that you're having. It's not me. It's you fabulous today. I said this earlier, I think you'll a great today. I show you off to one guy calling carry lucky. Yeah. That's awesome. Altering some gets not to me. It would point is the Joe pags show. Actually mean come on. They love, you know, I'll you get nothing from the people as you do they love you. Good at the post a picture. It's eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. We talked about Bill bar last hour. I think he did a great job. I think he did a wonderful job in front of the congress. If that made fools out of itself, again, these people keep on saying things as if they know it's in the Miller report that the well, the mole report says there is obstruction. Really we have released it yet. We talk about what makes you think. That what you said your assessment was not aligned with with the people in the Muller investigation said really let you know. Well, what we've heard that? We you heard shut your face carry just wanted to shut the face. They won't shut the vase. They won't they'll never vase. And as I say all the time it makes face hurt because they just wanted to stop the lying where do you get into another another heartbeat? Bill business starting this week the nation a little bit. We've got Georgia. We've got a couple of other states. And now looks like Ohio is taking it up the heartbeat Bill. This is basically if you did hear the heartbeat. You can't afford it. Right. Right. And I'll get into some there. There's one guy that I know of gets mad me because I say it. What I'm talking about unborn child? He's a completely offended. He's like from some antiabortion pro-life organization or something. He just Matty loves me. He loves a conservatives loves the values hates that. I say it can you wanna people have to get hung up on something like that. I don't know. I guess they got a they got a complaint to find something. Yeah. Gotta find something. It's eight nine four one pags editing. Nine four one seven two four seven joepags dot com. All the social media there. Make sure you stop by. Also, we're glad to be a Newsmax TV I think Jay is still on hold to talk about Bill bar may not be. Let's check Jay still there. What's up? Jay. Jay facing the phone. What's going on? One of the call about Bill fall three with one hundred percent. He did great today. The only thing that I like to your opinion on it. Where when Trump when Molin visitation, I started Trump, you know, said he was gonna say, but he also said if there was anybody on his team that was doing something illegal in wanted to come out and vote with appropriately. And I never ever your Democrats doing the same thing. Well, then I go needs about power and control is not right, but right and wrong with them. It's about the left a winning controlling us in in having all the all the power over the people. It's never really been about right versus wrong for Democrats. I can make that argument all day and can make it well because it's just the truth. I hear you. Then Jay is always bluetooth. It is. Need you to get your money back? Jim Carey, you agree. He should get the money back for the it's not the greatest one. What? Nineteen people. There are blue blue teeth is a bluetooth bluetooth. Bluetooth us. Let's go with that. He actually grammatically bluetooth. That's what you think blue teeth. People can't see your little Saucier, you'll spice you. I like it that way. Let's keep you to fix it. We need to be able to see you soon. All right. So. When you get the bluetooth make sure that it's one that's rated very high. And also you still have to have it like pointed at your face. People have the bluetooth. And it's like pointed some other way some of the direction will do I hear what you're saying. Jay was doing. I just think Jay got ripped off. I'm just saying back to the place. One drop it off tell them we want to benefit his. Yeah. And it has got to be fixed. All right. Eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. Glad to have you along for the right? So let's talk about the heartbeat. Bill. You've got another another deal. Now this one out of Ohio. And again, this is not generically about abortion. And what I mean this. I mean, this topic that I'm bringing up on my talk show. This is not a generic eh call that if you're for abortion calling of your against abortion. Let's argue about it. Because generally speaking, that's not gonna fix the issue, and people aren't going to say, okay, I agree with you. Because you've talked about it on the radio or on television. So what I want you to do is actually focus your attention on what these bills attempt to do. And I'm still ready to hear from anybody at eight eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. Who wants to tell me why you don't believe a heartbeat indicates? Life beggar. Okay. This is from the daily caller state Representative proposed an amendment to a high was heartbeat. Bill that seeks an exemption for African American women signing historical rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved women. Democratic state Representative Janine are boy proposed the amendment to state house committee Tuesday after the Ohio Senate passed a heartbe Bill SP Twenty-three banning abortions after fetal heartbeat is detected. According to the hill, a heartbeat usually becomes detectable between six and nine weeks in pregnancy. Many women do not know they're pregnant at six weeks and the Bill advanced through the Ohio house committee Tuesday will likely be signed into law by Ohio governor, Mike dewine in the past as the full house. The measure will not only bar women from having an abortion once fetal heartbeat is detected. But will also find physicians who violate the law up to twenty thousand dollars. According to the hill during a hearing on the Bill Tuesday boy proposed an amendment allowing the exemption of African American women voices their history includes rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved women in black women after slavery. According to her. Website, quote, I consider the slave trade and how black slaves or once treated like cattle and put out to stud in order to create generations of more slaves. She said Tuesday, I consider the how many masters rape their slaves. I consider how many masters force their slaves to have abortions. And I consider how many pregnant slaves self induced abortion. So they would not contribute children. They had to this leave system. And so I ask you with all your values to consider that and vote yes to this amendment. What? The committee rejected eleven to seven. The they did they ended it or they they rejected. They rejected good because she's an idiot. Now. Is there a picture of her in this she black, and I don't know there is a picture of somebody? That she was I'd I'm not sure let me throw this out there. Planned Parenthood was started by Margaret Sanger. Margaret Sanger, a left-wing progressive democrat was a supporter of eugenics, which means you get rid of the undesirables in our society. And you do that by extermination. She met for long periods of time with the KKK, the democrat arm, the military arm of the democrat party, the KKK the KKK is a mechanism created by Democrats run by Democrats. That's where it came from to keep the slave trade to keep lynching to keep Jim crow to keep white supremacy. The KKK is a progressive democrat. Organization that was born a progressive democrat ideology. Margaret Sanger would put her Planned Parenthood. So called clinics. I can call the clinic killing, you know, human life in predominantly black neighborhoods because she wanted black children to stop being created. That's what she did. Not lying. Not make it up. Not skewing history. Mexi telling you history, she would actually work with the black pastors and reverends. To get their favor, it helping to usher young black women who were either of age to become pregnant or were pregnant to either get their tubes tied become infertile become sterilized or to have their unborn child aborted and then have them sterilized. This loser in Ohio who maybe black and carry maybe look a PD her or something, it'll it'll say, she's African American or not. Appreciate you. This idiot is not talking about the disgusting. Treatment of black communities by the left over history by planned parent over history how Margaret Sanger a mentor to Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton said this how she looked at at black children as undesirable weeds that needed to be weeded out of our society. When when when a black woman purportedly stands up and says, this is we have to allow black women to abort unborn black children because slavery. I can't believe that I'm still awake. And I'm not just passed out from the stupid. Now again, I want you to check me on my history. Good history dot com. In fact, look up the KKK find out who the KKK was started by find out ahead. And then find out ask yourself. Why is there a black woman? In a state legislature that would like to push for black women to abort unborn. Black children helped me understand how she is not the same as a plantation owner from the eighteen sixties helped me understand how she is not the same person who was behind the cake or was working with Margaret Sanger. These black pastors did to push black women to get sterilized helped me understand what I missing I don't think you can. But I want you to help me understand. Why did you find out Carrie she serves as treasurer of the Ohio legislative Black Hawk as well. The plenty of white people in that one that actually brings up another topic. You said that why the beep is a black caucus caucus. I know, and, you know, damn, well, we don't want a a white caucus because I think that's too. Caucus or like, we have in San Antonio, Hispanic chamber of commerce. Why how much is the chamber of commerce we could all work together? Even if you're Hispanic by the way, if you're calling in your blocking your number. We do not answer your call. Just to let you know, if you come up as an ominous or blocked, we don't have the ability to call you back if we drop, and we don't have the ability to know who you are you swear on the air. So if you're calling in do me, a favor unblock, your number or else, you won't be taken. Okay. Now save if that's the hotline, obviously, we've got to take it. So because the hotline sometimes it'll come up it's a Senator or somebody calling out of the blue. And we do get those calls. They they call from anonymous. We've tried to get them to switch that in unblock it as well. But that doesn't appear to be coming into the hotline so eight eight eight nine four one pags ended. Eight nine four one seven two four seven joepags dot com. I want to hear from you on this go to Facebook. If you could mess him either of you want, generally speaking, though, the back and forth will be on Twitter because I do live tweet during the program. It's at Joe talk show on Twitter at show talk show on Facebook at Joe talk show on Instagram. What are what are your thoughts about this how in God's on God's green earth in two thousand nineteen America? Is there a black woman saying that because of slavery black women should be aborting someone born children just because again, I cannot breathe because of the stench of stupid it's eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. Stay right.

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"bill sp" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"bill sp" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"There are a lot of politicians who say and do stupid things. I know this comes as a humongous shock because it never happens on a day-to-day basis back that happens all the time, of course, and not exclusive to any one party. Although the segment will be because we've got some Democrats out there who are doing some absolutely ludicrous things, and it's almost coast to coast. We're going to start in Ohio. We're gonna go to Nevada then we're gonna go to California so everybody buckle up starting with the daily caller, Ohio. State Representative proposed an amendment to Ohio's heartbeat. Bill that seeks an exemption for African American women citing historical rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved women democratic state rep Janine Boyd proposed the amendment to a state house committee Tuesday after the Ohio Senate passed heartbeat. Bill SP Twenty-three banning abortions. After a fetal heartbeat is detected. A heartbeat usually becomes detectable between six and nine weeks in pregnancy. Many women do not know they're pregnant at six weeks the Bill advanced through the Ohio house committee, Tuesday, and will likely be signing. Into law by Ohio governor, Mike dewine, if it passes the full house, the measure will not only bar women from having an abortion once fetal heartbeat is detected, but will also find physicians who violate the law up to twenty thousand dollars. But here's what it's crazy during a hearing on the Bill Tuesday democratic state Representative Boyd proposed an amendment allowing the exemption of African American women Boyd says they're quote history includes rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved, women and black women after slavery. According to our website, quote, I consider the slave trade and how black slaves were once treated like cattle and put up to study in order to create generations of more slave. She said Tuesday, I consider how many masters rape their slaves. I consider how many masters force their slaves to have abortions that I consider how many pregnant slave self induced abortions. So that they would not contribute children. They had to the slave system. And so I ask you with all your values to consider that and vote yes to this amendment. Okay. I'm pretty sure that those situations are not happening anymore. More certainly in Ohio, which was never a slave state. And certainly not since the mid eighteen sixty s at least I don't know what happened in the Jim crow south. There might have been some horrific things still happening during that time that I do not want to minimize and there are difficult situations in pregnancy, racial and otherwise that do happen. But what's happening here with this story, and with the push for reparations now from some of the presidential candidates is trying to make sure that the ugliest stain on American history becomes permanent to basically say that because this ever existed that they're going to be people that can never achieve their full potential because of this scourge on American history happening until the mid eighteen sixties, which took a civil war and the actions of constitutional amendments to finally get rid of that was horrific part of American history. And it's something to be proud of the fact that it ended should have happened sooner. Yes. Absolutely. But should it still be a political? Issue in two thousand nineteen one hundred fifty four years after the adoption of the thirteenth amendment, which forbids slavery in the United States of America. What we're trying to do at least what they're trying to do with this and other operations such as reparations is to divide. It's basically decided to divide these people are victims. These people are the perpetrators whether or not your ancestors were in the country during the slavery era or not and therefore these people will be permanently divided. It's the identity politics. It's the division of people based on a sordid past not based on the content of their character, which I'm pretty sure I heard much more recently than eighteen sixty five is the way we should be judging the character people in this country, everybody absolutely should have the same rights same protections in this country. And if there is to be a heartbeat. Bill passed in Ohio, which I personally would be strongly supportive of than it ought to apply to everyone. If you want an exception come up with a reason based on reality and twenty nineteen. Instead of one based on the grievance issue that you're trying to propel there in the state of Ohio and probably elsewhere. But Representative Boyd is not the only problem when it comes to Democrats being crazy. Let's go to Nevada. Harry Reid is the former Senate majority leader he was there for thirty years, which is thirty years too long. He was in the house before that he was the Senate majority leader from let's see I'm gonna say two thousand seven till twenty seventeen so ten years he was the democratic leader for a little bit before the Democrats went back the majority in two thousand six Harry Reid is famous for a number of things. He's famous for nuking the filibuster on lower court appointees and cabinet officers. What she thought was a big win against conservatives until they did the very same thing on supreme court nominations. And now they've just changed the rules on debating administrative appointees to have far less debate time, which means that they can get confirmed faster. He is also famous perhaps more famous for. Going on and on impulse even from the Senate floor accusing Mitt Romney of never paying federal income taxes. He said he heard it from someone that he couldn't repeat their name. So it was a source that he couldn't name. And then ultimately was found out to be garbage and read was asked this after the two thousand twelve election when Romney had been the Republican nominee, and it's only answer was boy didn't win buddy. And so the ends definitely justify the means with Harry Reid, which might have been his point in this lawsuit. He was trying to pursue against their ban. For those of you who remember Harry Reid announced in early twenty fifteen that he wasn't going to seek reelection to the US Senate wasn't going to seek a sixth term shortly after over the holiday break on New Year's day specifically that he had been horrifically injured. Now, he looked like he just got his butt kicked in a massive fight in a saloon somewhere. And this is a former boxer, but he claims he hurt himself while exercising. Okay. I suppose it's possible. But from. What we're learning about this case, which is now thrown out against thera- band. Harry Reid's got some problems with the truth and Mitt Romney is probably somewhere. Nodding silently in agreement. This is the Associated Press read testified last week his injuries were the main factor why he decided not to seek a sixth Senate term in two thousand sixteen. However, the attorney for thera- ban showed the jury twenty fifteen video news release in which Reed said his decision. Not to run had quote, absolutely nothing to do with my injury further on the lawyer pointed out that read at first said that this exercise ban that he had been using that broke not that it slipped his grasp and that it had been attached to a metal hook in the wall of the bathroom, and it's suburban Las Vegas home on the witness stand read testified that he looped aband- through a shower door handle, not a hook. And that he spun around and fell face first against a hard edged bathroom cabinet when it slipped from his grip on New Year's day. Twenty fifteen. There's more to the story. But I just want to pause here to talk about the insanity of what Harry Reid is suggesting actually happened here. Okay. First of all who works out in their bathroom. I realized that Harry Reid has a lot more money than I do, and perhaps he's got a very spacious bathroom. Okay. But if it's so spacious why was he working out so close to a hard edged cabinet? Secondly, why would you loop your exercise band through the shower door handle because if you pull hard enough in pretty sure the door is going to come loose from the shower. And if even if you have it open at a certain angle to provide tension to might not move that much. It just seems really stupid. So he either needs to go to the gym. I'm sure he has access to the congressional jam released did at the time or it could probably be a wealthy enough. And sure he had enough money to put an exercise room in his house because why someone of his means has to exercise with a rubber band through a shower door in his bathroom next to his I assume his vanity and then gashed his face open and potentially damaged his eye permanently. Just doesn't make sense. But here's the best part reads family throughout the band after he was hurt months later. He and his wife lodged a product by ability lawsuit against three defendants hygienic intangible property, holding inC, hygenic corporation and performance health LLC, but jurors decided says the Las Vegas review journal that the defendants did not manufacture the exercise band involves involved in reads accident, so Harry Reid seems to have a hard time keeping his story straight about how he got injured, and it's apparently quite obvious. He didn't even have the right defendant in this case. Or if he did he certainly couldn't prove that the band. He had been using was the one that this company had made. And even if he had he probably if it really did happen, though, he said, he probably just slipped, and I guess the exercise bands need to say don't work out with this in your bathroom next to a sharp edge vanity. All right. Eric swell. Well, you're on duck buddy, come on up Eric swells, the congressman from California. He's from the bay area and. And he is having some issues. In addition the fact that he's not running for president. So now, I think is that nineteen getting close to nineteen maybe twenty Democrats running for president now. So I'm sure all the Democrats will be voting in the primary are breathing a sigh of relief that finally now they have a choice. Eric swallow has been in the house for I think this is going on his fourth term now. So six years and change the one good thing that Eric's soil did way back when about six years ago now was defeat Pete. Stark Pete stark was a congressman from California, and perhaps one of the most odious people on earth who had just insult you your integrity. The fact that your family was dealing with an illness or a loss in the family. It was really just a despicable person. But was from the bay area, which is hardcore left, and as a result, he could never be defeated. But then California went to a jungle system where the primary everybody runs against everybody. And then the top two vote getters, regardless of party end up facing each other in November so Eric's. Well, well was the other guy who made the final round? So it's democrat against democrat in the bay area. Turns out a lot of Democrats. Really didn't like Pete stark, but they had no choice in previous years. So they like the ex well, well, he's a nicer guy, but he's still crazy San Francisco SF gate dot com. Here bay area. Congressman.

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13:41 min | 1 year ago

"bill sp" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"There are a lot of politicians who say and do stupid things. I know this comes as a humongous shocked because it never happens on a day-to-day basis. Fact happens all the time, of course, and not exclusive to anyone party. Although the segment will be because we've got some Democrats out there who are doing some absolutely ludicrous things, then it's almost coast to coast. We're gonna start in Ohio. We're gonna go to Nevada then we're gonna go to California so everybody buckle up starting with the daily caller, Ohio State Representative propose an amendment to heartbeat. Bill that seeks an exemption for African American women citing historical rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved women democratic state rep Janine Boyd proposed the amendment to a state house committee Tuesday after the Ohio Senate passed heartbeat. Bill SP Twenty-three banning abortions. After a fetal heartbeat is detected. A heartbeat usually becomes detectable between six and nine weeks and pregnancy many women do not know they're pregnant at six weeks. The Bill advance through the Ohio house committee, Tuesday, and will likely be signing. Into law by Ohio governor, Mike dewine, if passed the full house, the measure will not only are women from having an abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected, but will also find physicians violate the law up to twenty thousand dollars. But here's what it's crazy during a hearing on the Bill Tuesday democratic state Representative Boyd propose an amendment allowing the exemption of African American women Boyd says they're quote history includes rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved, women and black women after slavery. According to our website, quote, I consider the slave trade and how black slaves were treated like cattle and put out to study in order to create generations of more slave. She said Tuesday, I consider how many masters rape their slaves. I consider how many masters force their slaves to have abortions, and I consider how many pregnant slaves self-induced abortions. So that they would not contribute children. They had to the slave system. And so I ask you with all your values to consider that vote. Yes. To this amendment. Okay. I'm pretty sure that those situations are not happening anymore. Certainly no high which was never a slave state. And certainly not since the mid eighteen sixties, at least, I don't know what happened in the Jim crow south. There might have been some horrific things still happening during that time that I do not want to minimize and there are difficult situations in pregnancy, racial and otherwise that do happen. But what's happening here with this story, and with the push for reparations now from some of the presidential candidates is trying to make sure that the ugliest stain on American history becomes permanent to basically say that because this ever existed that there are going to be people that can never achieve their full potential because of this scourge on American history happening until the mid eighteen sixties, which took a civil war and the actions of constitutional amendments to finally get rid of that was horrific part of American history. And it's something to be proud of the fact that ended should have happened sooner. Yes. Absolutely. But should still be political? Issue in twenty nineteen one hundred fifty four years after the adoption thirteenth amendment which forbid slavery in the United States of America. What we're trying to do at least what they're trying to do with this and other operations such as reparations is to divide. It's basically decided to divide these people are victims these people the perpetrators whether or not your ancestors were in the country during the slavery era or not and therefore these people will be permanently divided. It's the identity politics. It's the division of people based on a sordid past not based on the content of their character, which I'm pretty sure I heard much more recently than eighteen sixty five is the way we should be judging the character of people in this country. Everybody absolutely should have the same rights same protections in this country. And if there is to be a heartbeat. Bill passed in Ohio, which I personally would be strongly supportive of than it ought to apply to everyone. If you want an exception come up with a reason based on reality and twenty nineteen. Instead of one based on the grievance issue that you're trying to propel there in the state of Ohio and probably elsewhere. But Representative Boyd is not the only problem when it comes to Democrats being crazy. Let's go to Nevada. Harry Reid is the former Senate majority leader he was there for thirty years, which is thirty years too long. He was in the house before that he was the Senate majority leader from let's see I'm gonna say two thousand seven till twenty seventeen so ten years he was the democratic leader for a little bit before the Democrats won back. The majority in two thousand six Harry Reid is famous for a number of things. He's famous for nuking the filibuster on lower court appointees and cabinet officers, which she thought was a big win against conservatives until they did the very same thing on supreme court nominations. And now they've just changed the rules on debating administrative appointees to have far less debate time, which means they can get confirmed faster. He is also famous perhaps more famous for. Going on and on in public even from the Senate floor accusing Mitt Romney of never paying federal income taxes. He said he heard it from someone that he couldn't repeat their name. So as a source that he couldn't name, and then ultimately, it was found out to be garbage and read was asked this after the two thousand twelve election when Romney had been the Republican nominee and his only answer was didn't win bitty. And so the ends definitely justified. The means with Harry Reid, which might have been his point in this lawsuit. He was trying to pursue against their ban. For those of you who remember Harry Reid announced in pretty early twenty fifteen that he wasn't going to seek reelection to the US Senate wasn't going to a sixth term shortly after over the holiday break lives on New Year's day specifically that he had been horrifically injured. He looked like he just got his butt kicked in a massive fight and a saloon somewhere. And this is a former boxer, but he claims he hurt himself while exercising. Okay. I suppose it's possible. But from. What we're learning about this case, which is now thrown out against thera band. Harry Reid Scott problems with the truth and Mitt Romney is probably somewhere. Nodding silently in agreement. This is the Associated Press re- testified last week his injuries were the main factor why he decided not to seek a sixth Senate term in two thousand sixteen. However, the attorney for thera- ban showed the jury twenty fifteen video news release in which reads cetacea not to run had quote, absolutely nothing to do with my injury further on the lawyer pointed out that read at I said that this exercise band that he had been using that broke not that slipped his grasp and that it had been attached to a metal hook in the wall of the bathroom in his suburban Las Vegas home on the witness stand read testified that he looped band through shower door handle, not a hook. And that he spun around and fell face first against a hard edged bathroom cabinet when it slipped from his grip on New Year's day. Twenty fifteen. There's more to the story. But I just wanna pause here to talk about the insanity of what Harry Reid is suggesting actually happened here. Okay. First of all who works out in their bathroom. I realize that Harry Reid has a lot more money than I do. And perhaps he's got a very spacious bathroom. Okay. But if it's so spacious why was he working out so close to a hard edged cabinet? Secondly, why would you loop your exercise band through the shower door handle because if you pull hard enough and pretty sure the door is gonna come loose from the shower. And if even if you have it open at a certain angle to provide tension might not move that much. It just seems really stupid. So he either needs to go to the gym. I'm sure he has access to the congressional gym released did at the time or it could probably be a wealthy enough. I'm sure he had enough money to put an exercise room in his house because why someone of his means has to exercise with a a rubber band through shower door in his bathroom next to his I assume his vanity and then gashed his face open and potentially damaged his I permanently. Just doesn't make sense. But here's the best part rids family throughout the band after he was hurt months later. He and his wife lodged the product by ability lawsuit against three defendants hygienic intangible property, holding inC, the hygenic corporation performance health LLC, but jersey sided says, the Las Vegas review journal that the defendants did not manufacture the exercise band involves involved in reads accident, so Harry Reid seems to have a hard time keeping story straight about how he got injured, and it's apparently quite obvious. He didn't even have the right defendant in this case. Or if he did he certainly couldn't prove that the band. He had been using was the one that this company had made. And even if he had he probably if it really did happen, though, he said he'd probably just slipped, and I guess the exercise bands need to say don't work out with this in your bathroom next to a sharp edged vanity. All right, Eric swell. Well, you're on buddy, come on up. Eric swells, a congressman from California. He's from the bay area and. And he is having some issues in addition to running for president. So now, I think is that nineteen couldn't close to nineteen maybe twenty Democrats running for president now. So I'm sure all the Democrats will be voting in the primary breathing a sigh of relief that finally now they have a choice. Eric swallow has been in the house for I think this is going on his fourth term now. So six years and change the one good thing that Eric swell welded way back when about six years ago was defeat Pete. Stark Pete stark was a congressman from California, and perhaps one of the most odious people on earth who had just insult you your integrity. The fact that your family was dealing with an illness or a loss in the family. It was really just despicable person. But was from the bay area, which is hardcore left, and as a result, he could never be defeated. But then California went to jungle system where in the primary. Everybody runs against everybody. And then the top two vote getters, regardless of party end up facing each other in November. So well, well was the other guy who made the final round? So it's democrat against democrat in the bay area. Turns out a lot of. Kratz really didn't like Pete stark, but they had no choice in previous years. So they like to swallow. He's a nicer guy, but he's still crazy. San francisco. That's F gate dot com here area. Congressman Eric swallow, Monday became the latest person to join the incredibly crowded twenty twenty democratic presidential race his primary policy. Message of the campaign will be gun control. And he's proposing a mandatory buyback, I will be the first candidate to say that reducing gun violence has to be a top three issue. Swelled Esquire last year. I wrote a Bill calling for a buyback and ban on a salt weapons, not just a ban future manufacturing. But to just take the fifteen million that are out there and buy them back swallow stated that the buyback is mandatory, I'm the only candidate calling for a mandatory national band and buy-back of military style semi automatic assault weapons. He told the San Francisco Chronicle in an op, Ed it's bold and will cost money, but it is constitutional sure about that and rightly gun violence as a life or death matter. Our children deserve better than an attempt to. Reduce or contain gun violence. Our goal must be to end it. So. Yeah. Gun confiscation consistent with the second amendment. I'm not so sure he's right about that. In fact, I'm pretty sure he's wrong about that. In fact, when he proposed this legislation right around the time of the last midterm elections. He put it out there on Twitter. And so he got some blowback because people liked having their second amendment rights in this country. They don't like being told things they've bought lawfully now make them criminals, and if they don't turn them in they'll be arrested. So there was a guy out there. Let's see if I can find his named Joe Biggs conservative commentator. So swells plan was tweet it out. So basically at swale wants a war because that's what she would get your out of your bleeping mind. If you think I'll give it my rights and give the government all the power. So if you're a congressman, and you have somebody accuse you of being on the brink of starting were you might be a little upset with that. You might tell the person. Hey, calm down. Not as bad as you think. Maybe we can find some common ground. No, no, no, no, Eric swale wells tweet and response, and it would be a short war. My friend government has nukes to any of them. They're legit. I'm sure if we talked we could find common ground to protect our families and communities, so it's always good that throughout the olive branch after you threaten to nuke someone because that's when they're really going to be in the mood to compromise on an issue of. I'm not sure where swell starting from. There's a whole lot of room for compromise on the issue of the second amendment. So Eric swell. He's one of these single issue candidates. Got Jay Inslee running all on the environment. Eric swallows running entirely on gun control. I'm not sure these things are going to work. He's also a straight white male. So that's going to hurt him badly very badly in the democratic primary, but we will see we will see. In fact, we're going to get some debates here as early as June. We're only two and a half months away from democratic presidential debates. There's going to be a lot of. And there's going to be a lot of people on stage. In fact, that they're gonna have to do the kitty table debates the Republicans did a couple of years ago, but this time the Democrats are not going to do it based on your poll standings. They're just gonna pull names out of a hat. So people have no chance will be standing next Bernie invite. It'll be a lot of fun for them to share the stage with people who have no chance, but hey, at least have a chance to get the people to hear their message. I guess if people are still paying attention after the first couple of these things so Democrats in Ohio, Nevada, California stand up and take about I'm Greg Columbus. News, director radio America, host of the three MARTINI lunch podcast in for Chad Benson today. Chad Benson show the right back..

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"bill sp" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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09:55 min | 1 year ago

"bill sp" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Let's check Jay still there. What's up? Hello, jay. Jay, you're facing the phone. What's going on? One of the call about. One hundred percent. He did great today. The only thing that I like to your opinion on it. When when Trump when moans desiccation, I started Trump, you know, said he was innocent. But he also said if there was anybody on his team that was doing something illegal. He wanted to come out and then felt with appropriately. And I never ever hear the Democrats doing the same thing. Well, then I go about power and control. It's not right, but right and wrong with them. It's about the left a winning controlling us. And having all the all the power over the people. It's never really been about. Right versus wrong for Democrats. I can make that argument all day, and it can make it. Well, because it's just the truth. I hear you. Then Ajay is is that a bluetooth? It is. Need you to get your money back? Jake. Carey you agree. He should get the money back for the for the blue. It's not the greatest one. What? I think it's twenty nineteen people. There are blue blue teeth is a blue t the bluetooth. Bluetooth. That. They actually grammatically bluetooth. That's blue t troublemaker tonight. See your little Saucier you'll spicy. I like it that way. Let's keep cabinet. We need to be able to see you soon. All right. So. When you get the bluetooth make sure that it's one that's rated very high. And also you still have to have it like pointed at your face. Blue teeth. And it's like pointed some other way some other direction will do I it's thought to here. Yeah. Jay was doing. I just think Jay got ripped off. I'm just saying go back to the place drop it off tell them we want to better. His and it has got to be fixed. All right. Eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. Glad to have you along for the right live. So let's talk about the heartbeat. Bill. You've got another another deal. Now this out of Ohio. And again, this is not generically about abortion. And what I mean this. I mean, this topic that I'm bringing up on my talk show. This is not a generic Ed call that if you're for abortion calling if you're against abortion. Let's argue about it. Because generally speaking, that's not gonna fix the issue, and people aren't going to say, okay, I agree with you. Because you talked about it on the radio or on television. So what I want you to do is actually focus your attention on what these bills attempt to do. And I'm still ready to hear from anybody at eight eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. Who wants to tell me why you don't believe a heartbeat indicates? Life gary. Okay. This is from the daily caller is state Representative proposed an amendment to a high his heartbeat. Bill that seeks an exemption for African American women signing historical rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved women. Democratic state Representative Janine are Boyd proposed the amendment to state house committee Tuesday after the Ohio Senate passed a heartbeat. Bill SP Twenty-three banning abortions after fetal heartbeat is detected. According to the hill heartbeat usually becomes detectable between six and nine weeks in pregnancy. Many women do not know they're pregnant at six weeks and the Bill advanced through the Ohio house committee Tuesday will likely be signed into law by Ohio governor, Mike dewine, the passes the full house. The measure will not only are women from having an abortion once fetal heartbeat is detected. But will also find physicians who violate the law up to twenty thousand dollars. According to the hill during a hearing on the Bill Tuesday boy proposed an amendment allowing the exemption of African American women and boys says their history includes rape and forced bird imposed on enslaved, women and black women after slavery. According to her. Her website, quote, I consider the slave trade and how black slaves or wants treated like cattle and put out to stud in order to create generations of more slaves. She said Tuesday, I consider the how many masters rape their slaves. I consider how many masters force their slaves to have abortions. And I consider how many pregnant slaves self induced abortion. So they would not contribute children. They had to this leave system. And so I asked you with all your values to consider that and vote yes to this amendment. What? The committee rejected eleven to seven. They did they ended it or they they rejected. They rejected good because she's an idiot. Now is there a picture of her? And this is she black. And I don't know there is a picture of somebody. That she was I'd I'm not sure let me throw this out there. Planned Parenthood was started by Margaret Sanger. Margaret Sanger, a left-wing progressive democrat was a supporter of eugenics, which means you get rid of the undesirables in our society. And you do that by extermination. She met for long periods of time with the KKK, the democrat arm, the military arm of the democrat party, the KKK the KKK is a mechanism created by Democrats run by Democrats. That's where it came from to keep the slave trade to keep lynching to keep Jim crow to keep white supremacy. The KKK is a progressive democrat organization that was born a progressive democrat ideology. Margaret Sanger would put her Planned Parenthood. So called clinics. I can call the clinic killing, you know, human life in predominantly black neighborhoods 'cause she wanted black children to stop being created. That's what she did. Not lying. Not make it up. Not skewing history actually telling you history, she would actually work with the black pastors and reverends. To get their favor, it helping to usher young black women who were either of age to become pregnant or were pregnant to either get their tubes tied become infertile become sterilized or to have their unborn child aborted and then have them sterilized. This loser in Ohio who maybe black and carry maybe good Kapiti her or something. It'll it'll say she's African American or now. Appreciate you. This idiot is not talking about the disgusting. Treatment of black communities by the leftover history by planned parent over history how Margaret Sanger a mentor to Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton said this how she looked at at black children as undesirable weeds that needed to be weeded out of our society. When when when a black woman purportedly stands up and says, this is we have to allow black women to abort unborn black children because slavery. I can't believe that I'm still awake at him. Not just passed out from the stupid. No again, I want you to check me on my history. Good history dot com. In fact, look up the KKK find out who the KKK was started by find out that. And then find out ask yourself wiser, a black woman. In a state legislature that would like to push for black women to abort unborn. Black children helped me understand how she is not the same as a plantation owner from the eighteen sixties helped me understand how she is not the same person who was behind the cake or was working with Margaret Sanger. These black pastors did to push black women to get sterilized helped me understand what I missing I don't think you can. But I want you to help me understand what you find out. Carrie, she serves as treasurer of the Ohio legislative black caucus. Well, the plenty of white people in that one. That actually brings up another topic until you said that why the beep is a black caucus be a caucus. I know, and, you know, damn, well, we don't want a white caucus because I think that's too. Hispanic caucus or like in San Antonio, Hispanic chamber of commerce. Why how much is the chamber of commerce we could all work together? Even if you're Hispanic by the way, if you're calling your blocking your number. We do not answer your call just to let you know, if you come up as an ominous or blocked, we don't have the ability to call you back if we drop, and we don't have the ability to know who you are if you swear on the air. So if you're calling in do me, a favor unblock, your number or else, you won't be taken. Okay, now same if that's the hotline, obviously, we've got to take it. So because the hotline sometimes it'll come up is it's a Senator or somebody calling out of the blue. And we do get those calls. They they call from anonymous. We've tried to get them to switch that in unblock it as well. But that doesn't appear to be coming into the hotline so eight eight eight nine four one pags eight eight nine four one seven two four seven joepags dot com. I want to hear from you on this go to Facebook. If you could miss him, either of you want, generally speaking, though, the back and forth will be on Twitter because I do live tweet during the program. It's at Joe talk show on Twitter at. Talk show on Facebook at Joe talk show on Instagram. What are what are your thoughts about this how in God's on God's green earth in two thousand nineteen America? Is there a black woman saying that because of slavery black women should be a boarding unborn children? Just because it's again, I cannot breathe because of the stench of stupid it's eight nine four one pags joepags dot com right here. Basis the joepags show..

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"bill sp" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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08:52 min | 1 year ago

"bill sp" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"J L bluetooth. Need you to get your money back? Carrie, you agree. He should get the money back for the. Not the greatest one. What? Nineteen people. There are blue blue teeth is a blue t the bluetooth. Let's go with that. Exactly grammatically bluetooth. That's blue t. See your little Saucier you'll spice. Let's keep. Able to see you soon. All right. So. When you get the bluetooth make sure that it's rated very high. And also you still have to have it like pointed at your face. Blue teeth. And it's like pointed some other way some direction will do here. Here. Jay was doing. I just think J guy got ripped off. I'm just saying back to the place drop it off his and it has got to be fixed. Eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. Glad to have you along for the right live. So let's talk about the heartbeat. Bill. You've got another another deal. Now this one out of Ohio. And again, this is not generically about abortion. And what I mean this. I mean, this topic that I'm bringing up on my talk show. This is not a generic Ed call that if you're for abortion calling of your against abortion. Let's argue about it. Because generally speaking, that's not gonna fix the issue and people aren't going to say, okay. I now agree with you. Because you talked about it on the radio or on television. So what I want you to do is actually focus your attention on what these bills attempt to do. And I'm still ready to hear from anybody at eight eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. Who wants to tell me why you don't believe a heartbeat indicates? Life geiger. Okay. This is. From the daily caller is state Representative proposed an amendment to a high heartbeat. Bill that seeks an exemption for African American women signing historical rape and forced birth imposed on in slaved women. Democratic state Representative Janine are void proposed to state house committee Tuesday after the Ohio Senate passed a heartbe Bill SP Twenty-three banning abortions after fetal heartbeat is detected. According to the hill, a heartbeat usually becomes detectable between six and nine weeks in pregnancy. Many women do not know they're pregnant at six weeks and Bill through the Ohio house committee Tuesday will likely be signed into law by Ohio governor, Mike dewine passes, the full house, the measure will not only bar women from having an abortion once fetal heartbeat is detected. But will also find physicians who violate the law up to twenty thousand dollars. According to the hill during a hearing on the Bill Tuesday boy proposed an amendment allowing the exemption of African American women voices their history includes rape and forced birth posed on enslaved, women and black women after slavery, according to her website code. I consider. The slave trade and how black slaves or wants treated like cattle and put out to stud and order to create generations of more slaves. She said Tuesday, I consider the how many masters rape their slaves. I consider how many Nassar's force their slaves to have abortions. And I consider how many pregnant slaves self induced abortion. So they would not contribute children. They had to this live system. And so I ask you with all your values to consider that and vote, yes. To this amendment. What? The committee rejected eleven to seven. The they did they end it or they they reject good because he's an idiot. Now is there a picture of her in this? She black, and I don't know. There is a picture of some cleared assume that she wise, I'd I'm not sure. Let me throw this out there. Planned Parenthood was started by Margaret Sanger. Margaret Sanger, a left-wing progressive democrat was a supporter of eugenics, which means you get rid of the undesirables in our society. And you do that by extermination. She met for long periods of time with the KKK, the democrat arm, the military arm of the democrat party, the KKK the KKK is a mechanism created by Democrats run by Democrats. That's where it came from to keep the slave trade to keep lynching to keep Jim crow to keep white supremacy. The KKK is a progressive democrat. Organization that was born a progressive democrat ideology. Margaret Sanger would put her Planned Parenthood. So called clinics. I can call the clinic killing, you know, human life in predominantly black neighborhoods because she wanted black children to stop being created. That's what she did. Not lying. Not make it up. Not skewing history. Mexi telling you history, she would actually work with the black pastors and reverends. To get their favor, it helping to usher young black women who were either of age to become pregnant or were pregnant to either get their tubes tied become infertile become sterilized or to have their unborn child aborted and then have them sterilized. This loser in Ohio who may be black and carry maybe we'll Kapiti her or something. It'll it'll say she's African American. Appreciate you. Visit is not talking about the disgusting. Treatment of black communities by the left over history by planned parent over history how Margaret Sanger a mentor to Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton said this how she looked at at black children as undesirable weeds that needed to be weeded out of our society. When when when a black woman purportedly stands up and says, this is we have to allow black women to abort unborn black children because slavery. I can't believe that I'm still awake. And I'm not just passed out from the stupid. No again, I want you to check beyond my history. Good history dot com. In fact, look up the KKK find out who the KKK was started by find out. And then find out ask yourself wiser, a black woman. In a state legislature that would like to push for black women to abort unborn. Black children helped me understand how she is not the same as a plantation owner from the eighteen sixties helped me understand how she is not the same person who was behind the cake or was working with Margaret Sanger. Like, these black pastors did to push black women to get sterilized helped me understand what I'm missing I don't think you can. But I want you to help me understand what you find out Carrie. She serves as treasurer of the Ohio legislative black caucus. Well, the plenty of white people in that one. That actually breaks topic. You said that why the beep is there a black caucus caucus? I know damn well, we don't want a white caucus because. Hispanic caucus or like we have in San Antonio in Hispanic chamber of commerce. Why? How much is the chamber of commerce we could all work together? Even if you're Hispanic by the way, if you're calling in your blocking your number. We do not answer your call just to let you know, if you come up as anonymous or blocked, we don't have the ability to call you back if we drop, and we don't have the ability to know who you are you swear on the air. So if you're calling in do me, a favor unblock, your number or else, you won't be taken. Okay. That's the hotline, obviously, we've got to take it. So because the hotline sometimes it'll come off as a Senator or somebody calling out of the blue, and we do get those calls. They they call from anonymous. We've tried to get them to switch that and unblock it as well. But that doesn't appear to be coming into the hotline. Eight eight eight nine four one eight nine four one seven two four seven joepags dot com. I want to hear from you on this go to Facebook. You could miss him either of you want. 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"bill sp" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"bill sp" Discussed on KQED Radio

"State Senator Nancy Skinner and assembly members, Buffy wicks, and rob Bonte say corporations should put some of the windfall. They received from President Trump's fourteen percent corporate tax rate cut toward California schools. Senator Nancy Skinner is leading the effort and joins us. Now, you're Bill SP thirty seven would raise corporate income taxes by two percent on the very top companies doing business in California. So you're talking about Facebook, Google McDonalds, we're talking about the largest most profitable companies. So it's only about point two percent of the corporations that do business here just two thousand corporations nationwide in the taxes on these companies. Would be higher if their CEO's make a lot more than their average worker. So for example, a company where the CEO making three hundred times more with either tax go from the current nearly nine percent to nearly fifteen percent. What's behind that? CEO salary provisions in your day, thirty seven has progressive design, and it increases the base rate for this very small number of very profitable corporations. But then it says corporations do better CEO's make three hundred four hundred five hundred times what their average employee make and in California that income inequity gap is the fourth heist in the entire US. And I'm sure you've done the math on this. In terms of how much it would generate for the state on an annual basis. How much more your Bill would help bring revenue in the base is very modest. It would only bring in about two billion two point five billion. And if all of the companies that have these really outrageous CEO pay compared to employ pay don't do anything, then we're estimated to bring in five billion, and this money would be appropriate to the states k twelve schools the money would go to California general fund, but our general fund because of prop ninety eight fifty percent of it goes to our school. So the majority of the money that this corporate tax would raise would go to schools is it isn't actually specifically appropriated then no we did not put it in as a earmark because our other interest is our early education programs are programs for kids, and those are not only covered by our Kate through twelve funding. So that's why we wanted it to be brought her when corporate tax increases have been tried in the past there typically met with concerns about companies leaving the state or no. Longer wanting to business in the state to how do you respond to those? Well, this Bill is designed to affect any corporation that does business with California. So there's no motivation to leave California because leaving it or not it would still fact you, and it is corporations that got Trump tax benefit. In fact, the corporations that this tax would affect our pocketing between seventeen to twenty billion that they had to pay to the IRS pre twenty seventeen. Now, they're getting to keep in their pockets. Corporate taxes are also tough to pass because you'd need a two thirds majority of lawmakers. Do you have the votes any tax in California requires two-thirds, that's one of the misguided measures that prop thirteen put into effect? But I think just right to have corporations pay their fair share. And do you have governor Newsom support most of our tax income comes from personal income tax? So this is a more. Sustainable revenue source, and we think that this may be of interest the governor since he's looking at how do we create a little more stability in California's revenue East Bay state Senator Nancy Skinner, thanks.

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"bill sp" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"bill sp" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Southwest had Austin police investigating a rash of violence and a police shooting chief Brian mainly says there are no arrests as of yet. But says they do have dumped car and a possible such body in their possession. He has not been positively identified yet. That's the job of the medical examiner's office. However, we do believe that we have identified him, and he is an individual from the Dallas Metroplex area. Not here. Locally family says it is still not yet known if the shootings and incidents are belated to south by south west, but noted it is something they are looking into that is John Cooley reporting. A former Texas lawmaker former gubernatorial candidate filibustered that 2013 abortion Bill back in Austin again, fighting for women's reproductive rights KRLD's Austin bureau, chief Chris. Fox has more state Senator Donna Campbell's Bill would block CDs and carries from contracting with abortion providers or their affiliates. She cited a recent example of what the Bill would put an end to the city of Austin recently approved a lease of a facility to Planned Parenthood for one dollar per year for the next twenty years making the case for Planned Parenthood. Former state Senator Wendy Davis who filibustered the 2013 abortion Bill seeks to interfere with a local communities decision to make what it believes are the best healthcare decisions in Austin. Chris FOX News Radio. Ten eighty KRLD. Texas lawmakers are hoping to throw another roadblock and a popular electric car company. Could soon be illegal to service your car in Texas? If you own a tesla, tesla is already blocked from selling their vehicles in Texas due to the states direct sale law, which blocks tesla from selling their cars directly to consumers despite the issue thousands of Texans have bought Tesla's, which the company. Has imported from different states. Tesla has been able to service those vehicles through their own service centers. But a new Bill introduced by Republican Senator Kelly handcock could block that too. If the new Bill SP fourteen fifteen goes through it could be effective as soon as September first of this year, Suzy Sali's NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD six fourteen year. Check on traffic and weather together on the aids coming up and then training hard for a walk around the country literally around the country. Probably poorly twenty four miles a day. Six days a week. That's coming up on Mike Rogers other side.

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"bill sp" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"bill sp" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Angeles with Dr Kenneth Alfred Westside village zone director and board member of the mar vista community council. Dr Alpern were continuing you were talking about. I think you're you're mentioning three different things you want to continue on with what you were talking about. Orion. Let me get you up. There. You are. Sorry continue. There are three groups over all that I've seen as both a physician and just somebody living in the community and dealing with this number number one people finance down on their luck. Give them a place to stay. And they'll be fine. The problem is is we have. Zoning and other laws that are being pulled aside roller under and they say, it's affordable housing, but actually they can tear up a three hundred unit affordable housing complex and replace it with a more units that our market level with only eight or ten or some ridiculous number of low portable housing. And we're told that that's progress. So mayor Garcetti he knows he's a liar. Yeah. Most of the city council with regards exception of David Rio, they know they're lying. And that's part of the reason why among the reason why the FBI the DOJ is marching in. And you know, there are conflicts of interest wrong gal who you rapid as a straight shooter. And he started the answer is David review. They I really think that there are sincere credible people. But right now, even from Sanford, Sacramento, Scott Weiner, Bill SP, fiftieth nerdy ill completely. Got city laws, and I need to emphasize that when city laws are apply things change. But let me get to the other tubes. Number two. Those are the people that need help. Those are the people that need counselling after drug abuse rehab those little harder, but those are people that ultimately want to get better. And then doing three those are the people that are almost sociopathic. They know darn well what's going on? They just wanna come here. Whether it's for the weather, it's like camping, man. They refused all help those people probably be bored for some. But there's a lot of overlap between them. But I need to emphasize there are homeless building up under all the bridges in LA. But you see it everywhere. Now, even in like places outside of skid row in nicer. They're pushing out with like the orange lines there in your nicer, upper more communities are everywhere now. Absolutely. But of note is that when you see streets, for example, Venice boulevard on or Washington on. We're right down the street from that. Oh, yeah. Yeah. But but on the L A side proliferating onto Culver city sides. They're not allowed. So hard of it is it was a police are being told to stand down. Okay. Again, there's compassion. And then there's neighboring bad behavior, we need compassionate. The money's not being spent. Well, the the people that are getting money from H and H h asymmetric that means changing the law. Correct. Dr. To get them to change the laws to give the police more teeth to do something about it. Well, it's political leadership. It's the police are told you're gonna get fired you're gonna have severe disciplinary actions. Are you saying the police bullied about it? Absolutely. There's no doubt about it. You know, secondhand some of them even like the joking. I've heard of that they like to jokingly refer to these proliferations of homeless Garcetti bills. And I think that's a lexicon. We need to add these are steady. Bills are terrible. It's not so much. We want them off our streets into go wither away and die. We want affordable housing. But we also need to make it clear that if you want wanna help we're going to demand, you know, some some give and take and at the very least the police who know who's naughty and nice who needs a help versus those who refuse or health and probably need to be told to leave. We need to have them enforce the law. That's what they did in New York with mayor are steady. I'm I'm sorry things are getting out of control. But you know, if we don't deal with this the FICO the urine the contamination. We're gonna play we're gonna have type all we have it now. And yes, we all right doctor. We have a one more break. Can you stay with us for? In the last break. All right. We're going to go to one more break. And then we'll be back with Dr Kenneth Alpern. I'm leeann tweeden. This is Dr drew midday live..

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"bill sp" Discussed on Otters Talking Politics

Otters Talking Politics

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"bill sp" Discussed on Otters Talking Politics

"There's no bender that they're in bed with the app, but speaking of vendors the next Bill SP nine forty six pertains to street food vendors who will actually beginning a little bit more liberty. So this was a positive for the food industry for the restaurant industry. Is that street vendors will now have more freedom to sell food, the California state government has said that cities and counties are not going to be able to ban sidewalk vendors from selling their hotdog selling their whatever they want, but can still set up licensing system to regulate them basically saying time and manner but not outright banning them. Right. And also added that vendors who violate local laws maybe selling on a street corner. That's they're not supposed to or blocking some kind of traffic or something like that can only be punished with the fighter say tation. It cannot face criminal charges for doing what they. I should be allowed to do in the first place, which is sell food two consenting people. I love this fell. I'm super down with it. It's funny because I read this. I was like I don't understand why California would be doing this regulation. Also, this freeing of street food vendors, very particular street, like why street food vendors right at it. When we keep talking you'll see there some other ones in your like why that and then I found other article that was talking about this. And they were like saying that basically the concern was that there were illegal immigrants working in food trucks and doing these kinds of like not not under the table jobs, but just like gray area jobs, and this was an attempt to protect illegal immigrants and to offer them the chance to make money and succeed in denies hates America, which I love because it is such a beautiful picture of what we talk about all the time. Which is that if you. Have a class of people that you think are suffering or underprivileged. The best thing to for them is to deregulate portions of the the market where they are working trying to make money and allow them to do things like sell food out of buffoon truck that they make and but then working to kitchen, and let them do these kinds of jobs that maybe people wouldn't enjoy as much. It's Larry it is hilarious picture of a place that is pretty socialists in terms of its ideas of helping the underprivileged just take a take a page straight out of libertarianism in an attempt to help legal immigrants. I think it's hilarious right in the Roenick thing is that they were citing the fact that these you legal aliens are these street food vendors specifically, the illegal immigrant ones were disenfranchised by the street food vendor regulations that a lot of these cities and counties have and. And the part about this is that the whole justification is that it disenfranchises just these illegal immigrants because they might get in trouble and might get deported or things like that. But it does that for everybody. It's every street vendor. It's every type of food regulation that we see does this to the vendors. And so it's ironic that they're capable of coming to that libertarian conclusion that justification that says like, oh, well this disenfranchises in harm street vendors, but then go and do things like plastic straw bands. Mandates on drew juices and say, oh, well, this doesn't disenfranchise the average American businessmen. Yeah. Yeah. Somebody said to me today. They said, you know, feelings are recyclable revolving and facts are the same all the time. No matter what right. This is such beautiful example feelings theories of how and why and what's best ever changing. And revolving the fact that. That practically if you wanna help someone what you do is give them a job in allow them to work and get the government off their back. That's just the fact so you see a lot of different people with a lot of different ideologies coming to that conclusion. And that's because it's not based on the ideology based on the facts, you know, what I mean? And this is going to be a perfect case example for libertarians down the road when they have to have this argument for another vendor. Yup. Bill how come worked for these people? But it's not gonna work for these people..

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"bill sp" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"bill sp" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Four AM. We're trying to give local. Flexibility these nine cities that have all told us they want to go later than to have the flexibility to decide locally whether to stay or go to Korea State, Senator Scott Weiner, who says nightlife advocates have been trying to get the law changed for fifteen years. And last year the Bill passed with bipartisan support this Bill SP fifty eight is identical to the Bill that the governor vetoed, and I have enormous respect for governor Brown, but I just disagree with him on this one. He's hopeful governor new Semo sign the legislation Twenty-three states allow Nightline to go past two AM back. California has had a one-size-fits-all two AM closing time for one hundred years in San Francisco Margie, Schaefer, KCBS governor Brown says that Republicans would lose key officers of a federal judge is ruling to strike down the Affordable Care Act holds Mr Brown says today that the Sacramento Press Club that if a law signed by former President Barack Obama goes away. Democrats win the US Senate and the press. It Texas judge struck down the law last week. But the ruling does not immediately take effect California's leading a coalition of states in defending the law, and the US supreme court has previously upheld it attorney says six hundred a Honduran asylum seekers had been allowed to claim asylum at a US border crossing in San Diego. After spending a chilly night on a tiny piece of US soil. The standoff ended today about seventeen hours after a group of Hondurans camped in an area where pedestrians pass a plaque on a wall that delineates the border between the US and Mexico late yesterday US border inspectors allowed eight unaccompanied children in a family of six to claim asylum after they set foot on US soil in San Diego customs and border protection limits. The number of asylum claims it processes blaming capacity constraints. KCBS news time five thirteen quick break. Back with her sports news in two minutes. Here's a tip. Hey, I'm Andrew Krasny. From the Perry. Open. It's time again for tennis. Join us at the Indian Wells tennis garden in March you'll see the world's greatest tennis.

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California’s Publicly Held Corporations Will Have to Include Women on Their Boards

Armstrong and Getty

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

California’s Publicly Held Corporations Will Have to Include Women on Their Boards

"New law now on the books that make sure publicly traded companies include women on the board of directors. Jason Middleton has more California is the first state to require publicly traded companies to proportionally place women on their boards of directors governor Jerry Brown signed Bill SP eight to six into law on Sunday the law mandates that each public corporate board in the state include at least one woman by the end of twenty nineteen this requirement would grow to two for five member boards and three for corporations with at least six board members by twenty twenty one. There are likely headwinds legally speaking for this law moving forward something that Brown noted in a statement, quote, I don't minimize the potential flaws that indeed may prove fatal to its ultimate implementation. End, quote, the governor cited that given recent events too, many people are not getting the message about women's equality.

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"bill sp" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"bill sp" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Two counts of assault with a deadly weapon. Count domestic violence for about twelve hours Dokes sat in a holding cell and Santa Rita jail. He says he just kept worrying about his fiancee and his two young daughters is everything that I was fighting for to keep meanwhile, Doke says dad was trying to get him out. Aladdin bail bonds agreed to sign Doke says seventy five thousand dollar bond in exchange for the ten percent fee. Balch companies charged guarantee a defendant like Dokes shows up to court, but Dokes never had to go to court charges were never filed. So why am I having to pay a Bill as far as the law is concerned Dokes free and clear, but two years later, he still owes Aladdin about three thousand dollars if the new bail reform Bill SP goes into effect next year people like Dokes won't have to pay a bell company to get out of custody. But they might also end up in jail longer. The new. The law says it's pretty much up to the judge to decide but San Francisco deputy public defender chase. A boo dean argues judges shouldn't have that much power. It's directly in contradiction to the fundamental rights protected by the US constitution in California. Article one section twelve he's arguing a case before the California Supreme Court that seeks to answer this question. How much leeway does the state's constitution give judges to decide who can be held before trial? And who must be released Bodine says article twelve makes it clear it says that everyone who's accused of crime shall be released except in three very specific circumstances. One is if the crime charged is a capital crime to is if you're charged with a violent crime, and there's evidence you're going to hurt someone if you get out in the third exception is if you've made serious threats to someone in there's clear. Convincing evidence that if released you will follow through on those threats violence, San Francisco district attorney, George Gascon is arguing the other side of this case before the supreme court that the constitution isn't that restrictive? When article twelve was originally pass back in the late eighteen hundreds all felonies workout little offenses Gascon says now there are lots of felonies that aren't capital offenses and aren't even necessarily dangerous. And then there are other crimes that may not necessarily be a capital fence today. But nevertheless, they are dangerous Gascon says a more recent provisions of the constitution article twenty eight let's judges more broadly consider the danger defendant, could pose ultimately, it's going to be up to the California Supreme Court to decide which side has it. Right. And that decision will dictate a lot of how or weather SB ten is implemented. Meanwhile, the bail industry is fighting to survive across the state industry representatives are gathering signatures for a referendum to overturn SP. Ten Harmeet Dylan's an attorney for the California bail agents association. I am really ninety five percent certain that the signatures will be accomplished for the referendum prior to the deadline. If money bail proponents get the signatures by November twenty sixth. The law will be on hold until voters weigh in in two thousand nineteen so that means a two year stay in a minimum. But if the referendum fails Dylan expects legal challenges to Espy ten pretty much as soon as it goes into effect. That's my prediction,.

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"bill sp" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"bill sp" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"That was but I did MRs fields house an easy I, didn't, ever let the ladies know. That I would well frankly, go to a gay bar The highway Montauk highway in east, Hampton and it wasn't that I was all that? Crazed, promiscuous whatever, you wanna. Call it, I wanted to. Be around people that I could relate to. And I did of, course frequent these places they didn't know I. Didn't let MRs ever know that I was a man of, my, own and also did not It'd be referred to an event went to my brother's wedding I. Came back home and MRs Bill SP plenty of the, you found the attractive and. Such and I said well the role marriage because I got jammed I didn't want to disclose then 'cause they're so close to it that I was a homosexual man and it did not want that to. Be known because they didn't. Want. To. Hurt their feelings I didn't want to take the chance of being insulting dear MRs MRs and, easy so I just kept. To myself and it wasn't that big a deal to keep. It to myself because it was my privacy. That we all. We all had our little privacies and as we all should so that's I didn't ladies no Nope My private. Life, okay The movie documentary what was? Your role in. That Well I had been there some time and then a woman called Lee. Showed up with these other people to your beard I, found that last. Name then go fifty years ago They came to do a film. About her life is a movie a in the Hamptons. MRs Bill who. Was a rich in vocabulary which to narrate film and then they showed up and it was a. Tense most of the time between her and a cousin easy they show up they, start filming three. Days, later lead the SARS to show, that footage now is just Antonio's tested this has just been released and it's a. Fantastic members step back into my life nineteen seventy one Coming began the abandoned that project sometime later Albert. Davy calls and they asked. Him is like ash MRs Bill about if they would be a good idea to start. A new film and it's real easy was, really ready to go. With that and so we did though she did see. Me the choices and then of course the film you. Know now as. Great gardens by out Britain David Maizels is president before that there was another edit which is for. Sort of like a cartoonish and we didn't like it didn't look right so he, changed the editing You know proposals. And made it what she today Greek or only ninety minutes of it my friend and people, can take away from that film they wish or. Ridicule it as their like but the fact is it was a great deal more than just their their quirky eccentric cities were complete people and. They were completely unique indeed You know what I mean. I hope I think so now when you say they namely showed up we're talking about the rats well yeah yeah, le- Radwan was. Eatings cousin obviously she was Jackie Kennedy sister so she was she was eighties cousin and she wanted to, do a basically a home movie about some. Of, the time her pleasant places there for us she wanted. To do a movie about east Hampton because she had grown up there with. Her sister, was her cousins and they went so, she created this film which is now. Called that summer which was thought to be lost, for years and then it was rediscovered ironically or not, ironically when, our book is out now there's a film out it's kind of wonderful with. Footage showing great gardens before it was Greg gardens I, mean this is Jerry closet vintage great gardens. Which basically means before the massive cleanup the great gardens that you see in the film. Greg gardens is after the clean up and it's. Pretty Scary So you can imagine what great gardens looked like before the cleanup and Lee and Jackie and leave Rodwell and Jackie. Kennedy and, primarily Aristotle Onassis were really instrumental in helping get the house cleaned. Up I think it's important to point out to. Peter Jerry was unaware of the bills. Lineage he just knew they were women in trouble when he first got. There he had no idea who the booby as where he was a. Kid he was spot on your. Shirts probably wash it. Out Spot on your sofa. You probably wash it off the. Spot on your lungs You probably die eighty five percent of those diagnosed with lung cancer don't live with the sooner you quit smoking the sooner you start reducing your risk brought to you by the American legacy foundation and the national association of.

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"bill sp" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"bill sp" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"It because uh first things first before we jump into the budget talk let's talk a little bit about on what this is going to be taking up nabbed regards bagged bill sp 54 that passed the house just this week uh nato week it w it's speculation at this point uh but i will say i hope us the sun's bagged senators are all over the map and uh name just arrived in was chatting with people's morning and i'm getting about two sons in fact i had read the article that and you probably have seen it to work kachako wants to go to conference committee uh white legitimately as some some technical stuff maybe they need need to be fix that won't be so controversial link is that kgb he wants to roll back we'll need controversyl personal and speaking with senator they just to uh uh uh uh you know there'd be a concurrence vote we'd all go home so i think uh uh it could be whether it'll be something if we do conference will happen quickly earl take a week and ticker south to think wchs giving i don't bow um by inter those over the math yeah for those people that are um listening um that maybe not so familiar with the process so what we have now is sbv or had previously passed the senate uh uh made changes to it and then they passed it but now the senate either us to agree to it or they have to go to a conference explain the conference committee process for us um through the senate if vouched senate concur then the senate president will appoint three members of the senate.

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