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"brian hammer" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"Man coverage and we're going to invest no more into deep safety no more rather corners and no more to our linebackers and this is what you have and this is the nature of not putting enough into the secondary. Is that number one. You don't have any change pitch is you. Don't have any other arrows in your quiver and number two. You don't have the ability when there's attacking a matchup kaffa sleigh to introduce a different player even in the man coverage. Put your round to rookie corner and just say listen. Hold them you know what i mean. Just do something like we're like slaves to getting beat. They're looking after the match up. We're going to change something we're gonna make them do something else. They have no other options because every all of their hopes of a good passing defense were pushing chips in on darius lion than playing man coverage behind as worked a lot. But it's not working tonight gets player. Like metcalf yeah. And speaking of corners versus wide receivers. I thought maddux had fantastic coverage on the touchdown to to david more like in as like like grain. Right where you need to be. It's a great ball from russ very nice catch but like avantis just a his arms aren't long enough. He's not tall enough and he's not going to be able to be physical enough. He's not an outside corner. And what's your other option. They're putting jalen mills at outside quarter. That's not an option. Did you see the gym shorts Or make f know what he say. This from michael sean digger of the decay says eagles defensive coordinator jim. Schwartz came up to him and said quote. I was in detroit with magnetron. You're not there yet and quote put a chip on Why would you do that. Why why would you. I love poke in the beasts manning. Now i'm very interested to see you know Brian greasy was talking a lot about levels and a lot about the eagles passing off. Bunches in man coverage in that like is new also. I'm excited to see what that looked. Like for philadelphia and how did that successfully. The seahawks laughed metcalf isolated. The whole gained up so they they the eagles would play match. Zona leaves slam man coverage on after the outside and they would play true man and just have you know mills roby gelman matic's pass off the bond share are those rows match those routes and again. Just leave slamming outside. The us always knew they had it and all of their targets. That didn't go there. Were were largely unsuccessful. The david moore. Not as on. Line of scrimmage tyler. Lockett was largely largely. I'll check. they did nothing with the tight ends. Chris carson a little bit early but then that was pretty much shut down so it was the the majority of the passing game through metcalfe's very interesting also excited see the performance of the defensive wine. This was a good day for driven hargrave to have a really good game is probably a month and a half too late. Still nice to see. This is not a great interior offensive line even with ethan poaching back and so it was good to see flash hargrave have the game they were supposed to have. Derek barnett obviously was impactful early against duane brown. Didn't that brand graham. I thought was going to beat about cedric. Oh boy he didn't necessarily do that as much But i'm curious to see what the genesis of the success against the run was because you had your typical alex. Singleton tackles on line of scrimmage and it seemed like they were playing really gapped out and just sitting in in single high as we expected and they were really really solid against the run. I do agree that it was a better defensive performance expected. I don't think it was like wow. The defense really was great. You know what. I mean like i. They'd forced no turnovers They had a couple of two three and outs They had to deal with a short field and gave field goal. And that's very laudable. But like in the first half the seahawks had six drives and three of them ended up inside the two yard. Line up to a one of them zero points in the fourth downside. That's a high leverage play. Sure that's awesome but put the shoe on the other foot if we were eagles eagles called that play on fourth. And two when we'd be like wow the defense where the hunker down or will be like. I'm gonna murdo peterson with a blunt instrument. There's a little bit. i helped. They can care. Brian hammer there so to me. I didn't see a particularly dominant defense. It took away the run like they usually do. They stuck to their guns and pass coverage that they usually do and they got burned for it like they usually do one more thing before we go to three words we have talk about the decision on fourth and four and the this is the interception that happened with i think the miscommunication with got the heels are down twenty two nine right so if you kick a field goal here right okay. You're you're within eight points. And if you score touchdown you're closer than that. You're gonna eventually people's confused by this deals have been doing this for five years. That's what i don't get guy wrote a book about it. Everybody bought it right everybody. Everybody lauded the eagles. Are you utilizing analytics. And saying you know green light. Yeah go for yellow light okay. Decision red light. Don't go forward. According to ed sports this is a green light situation. This is what the eagles. I always done to argue against. It is to go against everything that they have done and been successful with with those fourth down decision-making which by the way i would say up until this year have been extremely successful for the eagles. They aren't changing doug. It's not changing this to expect that to change his crazy and the only reason you're mad about it is because carson wentz didn't make the right throw that's it period. I mean like it started dumb conversation to me even expect the the to that point. The eagles drives wise. Had the touchdown drive which only got into that range because of our intentional grounding penalty that literally is incomprehensible. But i had i had people telling me while the offense stinks. Okay with the offense stinks. And you don't think they can divert forty four from the fifth train. How do you think they're going to get all the way back at square. Exactly it's score touchdown. You need to get to the zero field goal. You just get to thirty five. Offense is bad and you're already passed the thirty five. You should keep going because you're not going to get your again and if you kick the field goal you're going to need to get here again. So right the eagles scorn dries wise. They had the end of the first half drive. Which dr pierce was like. This is a big moment to build her my g. it should have been second thirty nine right. They didn't call grounding in the most in just is never seen in all of branch from a refereeing crew who feel so bad for an office. No it's not forgotten. honey keep it up. You're doing great second. Were so proud of you. You're on the other side of the fifty we love you. You're great and so that was just like the worst penalty ever no call. I suppose yeah they get the touchdown there and then to open the second half they get the drive that gets down to the seattle. I wanna say inside the twenty and then they throw to more vertical jalen reagor balls neither which are even remotely close to connecting and then they kick the field goal so they had had to drives to that point. That made it across the seattle fifty. You can't act like you're gonna realistically get again yes..
"brian hammer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"You get rid of that 1000, but that's difficulty when you have witnesses that won't come forward. Cause they're scared by life. I mean, and I got it. There's no way in that small apartment building with paper thin walls. Multiple shots can be fired and nobody. Nobody here. Anything it Sze. I kind of understand not not cooperating, but you want me to, you know, I mean, it's it's It's easy to understand because you fear for your life. But you know, all of us got to come together in this level of outrage that that there is over all this kind of The issues that divide us. This level is the level of outrage that we all need to bring to this. To this particular issue because there are a lot of people being killed and dying needlessly. And you know, the thing is we sit down, you know, often with the mothers. Who have lost their kids, you know, and it is. You know, it's just it's really difficult. Ah, Mom is a mom and it doesn't matter whether she's in Avondale. It doesn't matter whether she's in Florence. The matter whether the, uh, Indian Hill Abargil Mom is mom, and when you lose a child, you know so suddenly like this. It is a devastating thing. And we sit down with them and talk with my dorm for many times, you know, and you talk to these folks in the pain. It translates and resonates from folks. We all say it's like, get another concussion. Every time we sit down with we spoke devastating. So listen to them, and I don't know. Maybe that's why I'm a little more, you know, tuned into this, but to me, it's it's you know, we're all people and we get it. We gotta get to gather on people Gotta stop killing people, you know? And if we could all bring our level of outrage of whatever we have, You know, Sometimes we divide ourselves over the craziest thing. You know, if we could. We don't divide ourselves over some political issue. We're going to sit in the stands. You know, I keep saying, ah, that I think the way that the world's going to end the aliens are gonna pull over. One of our astronauts headed tomorrow someday is a a body where you think you're going to go What? We're gonna hire and spread love and peace. You know that's what we do. And And I think I am going to say yes, but you know what? We've seen your brand 11 piece. You know, we've been watching you all for a while. Just separate yourself on continents and kill each other. Then you separate yourself about what color you are, and you kill each other, and then it is separate yourself finding we three wise men down there, and when we tried to tell you how to live in 11, basing it separated yourself or what they said. Yeah, We've seen your brand 11 piece out here. I will not do out about it. And even when you live in the same city, and you agree on everything, he said, the football stadium a separate yourself by the colors that you're wearing. So you can't help but find something to separate yourself over. So I think the world ends. They pushed the button. We're all done then you know. I'll tell you what, Reverend, That was a reverend. That was a pretty good rant, right? There are kind of like that. I know. And for those who say we'll just go and tell the police what you know, while the police were going then you get shot in the head while your that your baby gets shot in the head. And so it's Reverend Brian. That was good right there. I mean, you're right. You're right. The last of my freedom for the day, But I just want to say it's a little more unity. You know, we all need to come together and support the folks that are hurting and and and we all need to cut. So I guess that is about unity. We really need to come together on this. And the outrage. Rage needs to go toward these folks that are causing the problem. You know, wherever they might pay. Well, let's lock him up and throw away the key. Brian Hammer get my best of Mike industry. And thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. Thank you. Thank you for getting him. That's Brian hammering of the power of five preaching. Going to Mars might say, Hey, go back to earth and fix the problems there before you spread them around the universe. Let's continue with more Bill Cunningham news radio 700 wlw 700 wlw 700 wlw. It's a run to Joe. Right up the butt right up the gut. Quiet, numbskull broadcasting. It's a running joke. Right up the butt right up the.
"brian hammer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"You get rid of that 1000, but that's difficulty when you have witnesses that won't come forward. Cause they're scared. Very life. I mean, and I get that there's no way in that small apartment building with paper thin walls. Multiple shots can be fired and nobody. Nobody here. Anything it Sze. I kind of understand not not cooperating, but it's really well made. Do you know? I mean, it's it's it's you understand, because you know you fear for your life. But you know, all of this got to come together in this level of outrage that that there is over all this. These kind of issues that divided this level is the level of outrage that we all need to bring to this. To this particular issue because there are a lot of people being killed and dying needlessly a man. You know, the thing is, we sit down, you know, often with the mothers. Who have lost their kids, you know, and it is. You know, it's just it's really difficult. Ah, Mom is a mom and it doesn't matter whether she's in Avondale. It doesn't matter whether she's in Florence is as a matter of whether the, uh Indian Hill Orban, Jill A mom is mom. And when you lose a child, you know so suddenly like this. It is a devastating thing, and we sit down with them and talk with my dorm for many times, you know, and you talk to these folks in the pain it translation resonates from folks. We all say it's like, get another concussion. Every time we sit down with we spoke devastating to listen to them and and I don't know. Maybe that's why I'm a little more you know, tuned into this, but to me, it's It's It's You know, we're all people and we get something. We got to get to gather on. People Gotta stop killing people, you know, And if we could all bring our level of outrage of whatever we have, you know, Because sometimes we divide ourselves over the craziest thing. You know if we could we Don't divide ourselves over some political issue. We're going to sit in the stands. You know, I keep saying, ah, that I think the way that the world's going to end the aliens are gonna pull over one of our astronauts headed tomorrow someday. If they Hey, buddy, where you think you're going to go? What? We're going to hire and spread love and peace, you know? I think I am going to say yes, but you know what? We've seen your brand 11 piece. You know, we've been watching you all for a while. Just separate yourself on continents and kill each other. And then you get separate yourself What color you are, and you kill each other, and then it is separate yourself. I know. We said three wise men down there, and when we tried to tell you how to live in 11, basing it separated yourself or what they said. Yeah, We've seen your brand 11 piece out here. I will not do out about it. And even when you live in the same city, and you agree on everything, he said, the football stadium a separate yourself by the colors that you're wearing. So you can't help but find something to separate yourself over. So I think the world ends. They pushed the button. We're all done then you know. I'll tell you what, Reverend, That was a reverend. That was a pretty good rant right there. I kind of like that. I know. And for those who say Well, just go and tell the police what you know, While the police were going then you get shot in the head or your your baby gets shot in the head. And so it's Reverend Brian. That was good right there. I mean, you're right. You're right. The last of my freedom for the day, But I just want to say it's a little more unity. You know, we all need to come together and support the folks that are hurting and and and we all need T cut. So I guess it is about unity. We really need to come together on this. And the outrage. Rage needs to go toward these folks that are causing the problem. You know, wherever they might pay. Well, let's lock him up. Throw away the key. Brian Hammer. Give my best to Mike industry and thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. Thank you. Thanks again, Mr Cunningham. That's Brian hammering of the power of five preaching. Going to Mars might say, Hey, go back to earth and fix the problems there before you spread them around the universe. Let's continue with more Bill Cunningham News Radio 700 w world of 700 wlw 700 wlw. It's a run to Joe. Right up the butt right up the gut. Quiet, numbskull broadcasting. It's a running joke. Right up the butt right up the gut..
"brian hammer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I mean, and I get that there's no way in that small apartment building with paper thin walls. Multiple shots can be fired and nobody nobody here. Anything it Sze. I kind of understand not not cooperating, But, you know, I mean, it's it's It's easy to understand because you know your career for your life. But you know, all of this got to come together in this level of outrage that that there is over all this. These kind of The issues that divide us. This level is a level of outrage that we all need to bring to this. To this particular issue because there are a lot of people being killed and dying needlessly. And you know, the thing is we sit down, you know, often with the mothers. Who have lost their kids, you know, and it is. You know, it's just it's really difficult. Ah, Mom is a mom and it doesn't matter whether she's in Avondale. It doesn't matter whether she's in Florence is a matter whether the, uh Indian Hill Orban, Jill, a mom is mom. And when you lose a child, you know so suddenly like this. It is a devastating thing. And we sit down with them and talk with my dark for many times, you know, and you talk to these folks in the pain. It translates and resonates from folks. We all say it's like, get another concussion. Every time we sit down with we spoke devastating. So listen to them, and I don't know. Maybe that's why I'm a little more you know, tuned into this, but to me, it's it's you know, we're all people and we get some point. We got to get to gather on. People got to stop killing people, you know, And if we could all bring our level of outrage of whatever we have, you know, because sometimes we divide ourselves over the craziest thing. You know if we could we Don't divide ourselves over some political issue. We're going to sit in the stands. You know, I keep saying, ah, that I think the way that the world's going to end the aliens are gonna pull over one of our astronauts headed tomorrow someday, if they Hey, buddy, where you think you're going to go? What? We're goingto here and spread love and peace. You know what we do? And And I think Amy is going to say yes, but you know what? We've seen your brand 11 piece. You know, we've been watching you all for a while You separate yourself on continents and kill each other. Then you separate yourself about what color you are, and you kill each other, and then it is separate yourself finding we sent three wise men down there and when we tried to tell you how to live in 11, basing it separated yourself or what they said. Yeah, We've seen your brand 11 piece out here, but we're not due out about it, and even when you live in the same city, and you agree on everything, he said the football stadium. It's separate yourself by the colors that you're wearing. So you can't help but find something to separate yourself over. So I think the world ends. They pushed the button. We're all done then you know. I tell you what, Reverend. That was a reverend. That was a pretty good rant, right? There are kind of like that. I go on. And for those who say Well, just go and tell the police what you know, While the police were going then you get shot in the head or your your baby gets shot in the head. And so it's Reverend Brian. That was good right there. I mean, you're right. You're right. The last of my freedom for the day, But I just want to say it's a little more unity. You know, we all need to come together and support the folks that are hurting and and and we all need to cut that is about unity. We really need to come together on this. And the outrage. Rage needs to go toward these folks that are causing the problem. You know that wherever they might say, Well, let's lock him up. Throw away the key. Brian Hammer give my best to Mike in history. And thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. Thank you. Thank you for getting him. That's Brian hammering of the power of five preaching. Going to Mars. They might say, Hey, go back to earth and fix the problems there before you spread them around the universe. Let's continue with more Bill Cunningham news radio 700 wlw. I don't know if you've noticed, but the Reds were in the race for postseason play. The wig's battled through a playoffs. 700 well, the home of the Cincinnati Reds. You know, this weekend is going to be great weather wise, perfect time to drive into Joseph Chevrolet and see the main man race powers until Reese. I sent you there. This fall. All roads.
"brian hammer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I mean there were some changes that came out of that eventually but that was it was a long time before we sold you know a lot of the things that came out on that eventually the circus I'm a couple of changes I did notice in this one at that time Boone County was going to do their own investigation of that in a few days later they decide this probably in the best idea so then they they try to call in the the state police and state police are like yeah not this long afterwards so that was kind of it it was a bit of a problem there and then finally they had to put together a task force made up of different law enforcement officers from different departments you kind of know who stole it but I'm not sure that you know you don't work for Boone County at that time I don't think that would work in a million years in Cincinnati now and if you start injecting race I mean like I said you know there's a lot of white folks improve journey but if you start injecting race into a situation I'm not sure that's going to satisfy people those same techniques so a lot of things did however come out of that now Boone County officers all have body cams and that came out of that settlement with sesame integrantes family I'm sure there have been some other changes as well but that's one of the better I know with a marked difference because not all of them gently a sheriff's deputies had body can the time in fact that was only caught on cruiser champ in in in the future with life yeah it happened off camera really so exactly what happens well stay on the Boone County I assume everything's proper I begin with the assumption that police officers out correctly I begin with the assumption it's good and it's sadly upon sergeant Dan Carter actually killed Caleb Moore by mistake the activists never would have believed that they would have said it was another execution of a black man all hell would have broken loose as the world in which we live but Brian hammer thank you for coming on the bill Cunningham show give my best all the folks at channel five thanks again Mr Cunningham blind hammer you the man let's continue with more your reaction five one three seven four nine seven thousand I will accept your calls on this and also what the governor may say two o'clock about masking and covert nineteen and more mature over the Reds looks more likely than not in about what about three weeks on news radio seven hundred WLW read twenty twenty rates play one seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati Reds rate.
"brian hammer" Discussed on Brock and Salk
"Goes up under center Carson a single setback Hollister in motion on the left side. Carson takes the hat off. He's got the first down Peop- breakthrough perils over defender inside the twenty-five Dj fluker slap at hand with anybody donahue stick their hand out an eleven yard gain and a first down and now there's a clock ticking down to the two minute warning I point to that one in look over two hundred yards great. It's a a little inflated because of the homer play count as a running play but still I mean Carson over hundred hundred yard day and he had a great game as well and and I point into that one because how many NFL games do you watch where it comes down to the end of the game. The other teams got their timeouts. 'cause they haven't foolishly wasted them on three ridiculous anyway And they just get the ball right back because you can't get a first down and now all of a sudden it's a seven point game and or four point game or whatever the case may be and all they need is is a is a touchdown and they have over a minute to do it. So San Francisco Fourth and one in Baltimore. That's right shotgun. How many times have you over? The the year's been screaming about getting the Shotgun on third one or fourth and one that time and this is a little Public Service announcement to the job. That Brian Schottenheimer is doing. And let's give credit where credit is due and Brian Hammer was hired. He was mocked. He was laughed at. He was pointed out and said he's boy he's adult. He's not innovative. He's not creative creative and let's play this sound bite of Brian Schottenheimer saying we're going to run the ball when they know we're going to run the ball. Well guess what they knew you were running the ball. There was no full in it in that situation situation. And guess what you did you ran it against one of the elite rushing stop. The run rush defense is in this league in Iran right down their throat in the dancing bear. Three hundred fifty pounds. Go Watch fluker after that because Oh it was just incredible. You did an awesome job Joe Hunt. He'll get to see that because the moment carson ran for the first down I took off running to get out of the always. Get ahead get this over and I had possible the little. Joey hopped a hernia out. There's an advantage or David and Goliath. There's an advantage to be in little between two hundred to three hundred fifty pound. He can just kind of wiggle between those two guys. He's like John Stockton on the offensive line like never expect them to be any good anything other than passing the ball and all of a sudden he takes it away from you knocked down three. And all of a sudden he gets to the second level unless those two behemoths move people he gets a hat to the second level the left side washes it down even a little Jacob Hollister puts his body in front of Everson Griffen. And you move the ball on third and one Brian Brian Shaw Hammers done a phenomenal job. I would agree with that and a a level of creativity. Look we. We talked about this a couple of weeks ago on this podcast right Brian. SCHOTTENHEIMER GOTTA get Credit Russell Wilson's having an MVP type of a season he was Carson's at nearly a thousand yards. They're running the ball with two running backs now your rookie receivers the best rookie receiver in the League right. I mean you just. I'm I'm sorry I was GonNa say the same thing you're winning with and getting big contributions from the Maliki Turner's of the Web Tyler. Lockett has hurt. Didn't have a catch. No in this game on Monday night and really was a non-factor against Philadelphia. So for two weeks now your best threat by far. Yes and your only real experienced valuable veteran a wide receiver is a non on entity for the last two weeks and yet branch Heimer in Russell. Wilson have found a way to continue to do their thing. So a lot of credit for the smashmouth running and yes kyle hope. You're ready to give any credit two weeks who's looking great. How straight weeks now and there have been some others along the way but for these two weeks looks like a first round pick? He looks like a first round. Pick just a unique burst I right. He looks as good as Sony. Michelle or is Nick Chub or any of those other much of anything last night I thought he just looked confident. He got the ball and he hit a whole like you knew where but he's not doing anything special. He's just actually doing the run as it set. I don't want to keep harping on this and it's not a I honestly believe that. They are finally really putting him in position to do things that he does well instead of putting in position to do things he doesn't do well he's not good at zone read. I don't know what the deal is made. I know you didn't run much rated at San Diego State Right. But he's not good at that he's just not a good zone. Read run when you get them in the shotgun and force him to take a hand off and look and decide which direction reckoning wants to go. He's not very good at it but if you give him the ball and toss sweep if you give him the ball WanNa draw if you give him the ball run downhill. He's fast. He has pretty good vision. He understands one cut and go he just seems to be a lot better in those situations. That screen pass was pretty late. That screen pass out in space down. Yes yes. In an instance burst its confidence. It's all of those things that have come together just over the last couple of weeks. In how easy would've been just bury them right. How easy would have been in a number of times this season and this is what happens with the Mike Zimmer's of the world they could've buried Chris Carson to? I mean this. This is carol at Berry Decay Macabre Daring any of these guys rated Rashad Penny at the deadline. Yes and they didn't and they a lot of veteran slim salty. NFL coaches would have would have done that. What your rookie? I've given you enough. Opportunities Decay fumble every game. I'm sorry you're going to be in the doghouse. And we're GONNA play a veteran guy ahead of you Chris Carson. He just can't fumble this much. We're going to give the other guys and we're going to maybe even give other rookie homer opportunity this year. Don't do it just sorry. Reshad you fumbled at a critical moment in a game and and you've put on weight and you're not doing these things and could have just absolutely disciplined and and and buried you and they don't I mean that's just not pete's way and you see it last night as well pizza's life of the party. I mean he just stinking loves in their record what are they nineteen five. And what did you see him. We're off peace sign or it was it was it was right on. He's running yelled at least punch into the air and he just part of the reason they're nineteen five and one on Monday night or whatever ridiculous it is Pete He loves it other people get small. They get nervous cousins cousins Owen twelve on Monday night. Oh and nine hasn't attempted that over five yards in half a football one pass over five yards attempted Wisey. Why was that Kirk cousins? A perfectly good luck in the apple every single year. This was going to every single ingle year. If you've ever this time how I'M GONNA be real upset. Don't come at Mike Zimmer. Anyway amazing thing absolutely amazing every capacity for that team to just get it done to be sitting here at ten and two with the best record in top of the NFC kind of go through these perfect compete. Carol things Opportunistic defense is their defense. Was it good on Monday night or not. It certainly was good when they needed it to be right. I mean quandary dig certainly laid the biggest hit we've seen in that building in how many years three years whenever whenever came left Cham tweeted. It'd out the hit last night. So he got the respect of the man. That was the two cloudy hits Ya I mean both times coming off the edge back. I mean you're just done opted neutrality. It's some things opportunistically. The huge third and fourth down stops at the end of the Game Delvin Hook Dowman Cook was right there. He's ahead of Chris Carson. He's run for over one thousand yards this year. They made them totally one-dimensional. Yes you have the the blown assignment for the touchdown to look on treadwell who I keep wanting to call David. Treadwell's you remember him. The old kicker I do at Treadwell you get the two K.. J. Right who just completely whiffs on a tackle in the first possession and ends up setting others another tackle. I think it was by digs that. Set up the first I touchdown right off the bat. You had a couple of plays just may they gave up thirty points so at some point you look at it. I know seven of them. Came directly off the turnover Over but they are given up points and yet in the moments they come away with a couple of big turnovers a agreeable and you get the pick up at what what a great replay by Trey flowers by the way in the pay balanced off by the godawful passing. Fancy at US you minutes later. Yes you just very opportunistic playing big and the right to simply take the ball away twice a game you're going to you're GonNa Win Thirteen and win this division if they keep doing that. And that's been one of the biggest difference since it's quandary digs has been in this line of. It's it's activated. Everybody instead of just waiting around for somebody else to make a play you feel like okay with this guy back there. I've got confidence to pull the trigger and Briley McDougal's more comfortable and Shaquille is more comfortable in the linebackers can pull the trick like everybody is waiting nervous energy. They're taking the ball away. I know McDougal had the one blown coverage or maybe it was his fault but God he played really well other than that. Yeah I mean you see him around the ball constantly in a way that he was not for the first what seven or eight weeks of the season now all of a sudden he's he's everywhere that's all due to let's timeouts how. How could you possibly be so seriously? Interested it really impressed bound and gagged watching the Canaanite. We're allowing me to you. Whatever Day it was Tuesday when Pete Carroll walked in with with go on Dan he's like Oh thank God socks not air out here? These worse time was three time outs. That he called in the second half one of them was after they they had a first down they just they ran the ball for for sound like better call timeout. No reason for it whatsoever Russell's like about to snap the ball and then Pete was like laughing on the sideline fine anyway. They had fant in on the right side. I don't know if they had like a weird play on but but they call timeout right. Beforehand then changed personnel. They pulled old fan out all right. It made me think they're going to run something tricky. Got Your work. The second one they had a clock they had to call timeout. Because the clock is running out bear bear in mind they got to the line of scrimmage and out of the huddle until the line with like seventeen seconds left. You really wanted to make sure I might have been. Thirteen was somewhere between thirteen and seventeen. How's how's it? That's not enough time to figure out what you WANNA do. At the line of scrimmage check with me system neurons a lot of stuff going on with Minnesota take that long. It's gotTa figure it all all right by the way after calling time. It was a third and three. They did not convert and then the last one and this truly doesn't that doesn't make any sense. It's third in one thousand nine hundred. You can't get the plane on dime whatever its third in nineteen. You can't tell me that. Having another time out it is it more important than the difference between third and one thousand nine hundred and twenty four. Burn them all just let it go. Peace burnoff three. Just let it go and you are in the back of his head because he did say after the game that will. That was not a great time. It wasn't I regret. Not Really. He said come back to costume pita so locked in in those moments he cannot see anything other than the present situation. Is this okay. This will be better if I called a time out. I I have a better idea if I call this shows you let it go..
"brian hammer" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Okay let's go to a David from north are from the north side is our first call in the afternoon David welcome to double the US your thoughts on this thank you thank you manager check it out I've been listening all day to W. last and somebody phone then today on rush and said that has got to cease and desist. this is out of control and I want to float through group. it's not the present or the media. yeah I did I did I think that you know again his styles in your face you hit me I'm gonna it back twice bang bang I get that yeah I get that in is served him well frankly but at at some point in eagle was not harmed flies who is he arguing with today an actress or. John legend and Chrissy taegan the wife assets so here again you know Mister president Mister president you know it's one thing to fight with John Bolden say John you're not my guy anymore you're fired I get that present can do that but don't fight with the actors and actresses and comedian some but he has based walls at sea so that group they love the fact that he fights and punches back twice. mark this down to for next November it. if you're a Tates suburban women because there's a fatigue factor in that and if he's not careful that's how he's going to lose that's my opinion we shall see if I'm right or wrong according my iPhone is five fifty five sixty six using more. all my goodness that's a demerit her for me coming up next there's only one way to solve Chicago's budget crisis Brian hammer from the multistate tax commission joins us with his suggests I hope the mayor's listing we'll get to Brian and his suggestion really the only way he thanks to solve the budget crisis right hammer joins inspection five twenty one. all right let's take a look at the eves John.
"brian hammer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Thousand pounds seven under the new eighteen D. coming up in about thirty minutes as Brian hammer got the power of five he's done quite a bit investigative work into the death of Neil Armstrong at mercy hospital in Fairfield on alleged botched a cardiac procedure so Brian hammer will be here in about thirty minutes on that but until then to me in the American people we have literally tens of thousands of visitors to Cincinnati northern Kentucky as I speak there piling in at the jazz festival which I isn't events going on I guess sant'angelo started thirty or forty years ago great success and for many years businesses shut down Cincinnati because there wasn't enough business it was coined is racism but it wasn't racism what it was was it was a lot of business so a lot of businesses shut down but then all calm all hell broke loose about fifteen or twenty years ago and these businesses recounted told by government by the media you got to remain open even though that might be much business you got to stay open and so at a cost of money so they stayed open and I understand I've been down there a couple times last time I went down we can be where I met Tavis smiley and some others backstage spend some time with some of the funk meisters of our time and it was a wonderful event Cornel west spent some time with him it was going to have a safe it was Tom it was I don't care much for the music other than the backstabber C. O. J.'s I don't care much for rap at all but I certainly my favorite group has always been the temptations with Eddie Kendricks David Ruffin that's my favorite group of all time but none the less it was fine but now like many thing in life many things in life is being politicized now the words you have to have take sides and and to me it is unbelievable income just had the story thousands of fliers are being how handed out the residents here of from Detroit in Columbus Indianapolis and Lexington Lobel saying no justice no peace do not shop or eat in downtown Cincinnati only shop in need black owned businesses and restaurants justice for judge Tracy M. hunter I would anticipate that P. G. certain fell Seelbach and all the rest will shortly be holding a news conference that the decrying this races flyer and this is being handed out by the black lives matter crowd in those pro testing the jailing of Tracy hunter for crimes committed while in office is a judge as determined by a multi racial jury so I would anticipate the mayor the county commissioners who or rated quite often on the sentencing of JC Tracy hundred to six months in jail but she can cut down to sixty days if he wants because this is a racist appeal to a particular group to punish and to do other things I had a time and that is wrong it is absolutely wrong the two times I've been down of the so called jazz festival might have changed the name of the earth it was it was fine it was peaceful I felt his warm in a is in my brothers hi my mother's arms I was with Bob betting house a little bit Cornel west and some others Tavis smiley Lincoln be where it was fine no issues it was fine but I guess every event it's got to be use now by the radical left to advance their political agenda whether it's women's soccer or the National Football League or a jazz festival is a platform to advance of left wing racial disparity in separation causes goes when one says only shopper black businesses just flip the coin on this thing what if some group at river banner downtown Cincinnati said only eat and white owned businesses I can imagine the US department of justice will be on this like a like a pit bull on a pork chop it would be quick condemnation and I'm willing to protect sitting near twelve forty in the afternoon not one member of council the mayor the county commissioners no one connected to the city well decried races flyers being handed out in the city Cincinnati how can you chore racism by using it it's beyond me and for and the reason this is going on is because liberals and progressives the Democrats the policies have miserably failed and almost every major city specially in this one and Detroit Columbus Dayton Covington whatever city you want to employ go to the big ones go to Austin Texas Tampa go to Memphis go to LA stocked in San Francisco whatever city Saint Louis just see if the left wing policies of extreme Democrats actually work in Detroit we're now farm animals are bracing were factories used to be on the south side of Chicago which is controlled by the Democratic Party now for over ninety years this sea of black kids can play in the playgrounds and and of older African American women can walk around and shop see if that's going on absolutely not so instead of the Democratic Party in the urban areas and you know what all I see is a failed miserably there's not job creation kids are not being educated properly the public schools crime is rampant crime is terrible unbelievable instead of saying that one of the go some other direction they have to find a boogie man hiding behind a tree they got to find some other calls for the circumstances because our policies have failed and now the causes judge Pat take a lock before that it was a police officer Roach or ray tensing you got to find someone to blame other than yourself and personal misbehavior and the institutional failures of the modern Democratic Party you can't say you know what payment we tried this high taxes high rules hi regulation no fathers in the homes we tried coddling criminals we tried it all food stamps we've we've handed out midnight basketball league schedules handed out free food everything's free and it had worked but if you can find gentrification or FC Cincinnati or ray tensing or Stephen Roach or how about dart back take a locker from brain damage of there's a bra I think a locker that's the problem then you avoid the necessity of looking at yourself and saying what have we done what have we done I want this I've taken so few calls this week because my producer match diamond on like so what I'm gonna do wanna make one other quick comment on the go to the phones beginning with Steven clam and Stephanie and some other seven four nine seven thousand pounds seven hundred new eighteen T. and is very simple they these are Cunningham rules now to do four things in life to be successful statistically for things number one you must graduate from high school number two you must work number three do not commit crime and number four have no kids out of wedlock do those four things sadistically ninety seven percent of the time you'll be a successful American but if you fail anyone up you don't graduate from high school if you get involved in the criminal world you have kids out of wedlock and if you don't work you must blame someone else for your personal miss behavior because you can't look at yourself and the Democratic Party which who owned the slaves who hung the blacks lynchings credit Jim crow laws who separated races in the military Woodrow Wilson and FDR and today puts Planned Parenthood clinics in the black community to kill black babies who refuses to allow black kids from dysfunctional public schools with the voucher to go to a functioning private school and attacking police officers weathers New York City Cincinnati that's the Democratic Party and so which racial group is the core of the Democrat party that would be African Americans especially African American older females Debbie ninety eight percent every other racial group in America or gender group kind of divide their votes out one way another sixty forty seventy thirty thirty seven but the heart and soul of the Democratic Party specially the primary is the black vote and so wide extreme progressive politicians like P. G. Telerate and now Chryst Seelbach fully under Greg lands been fully understand that you must pander and exploit those voters in order to win a primary if you don't do that you can't win death flyers handed out in our city tens of thousands of fliers saying do not shop and white businesses and don't need it white restaurants whatever hell that is it is it is the time for the mayor John Cranley and the county commissioner tore rise like a mighty tsunami in say racism is not part of the city of Cincinnati we do not allow racist appeals in this city and secondly when you have leaders of our city my god white satin felt who stands up on the steps of city hall were laws are me and says we are an insurrection and rebellion against the federal government and their immigration laws not policies the laws written by Democrats and Republicans when you take bombers speeches from like twenty twelve twenty thirteen twenty fourteen that sounds like trump today the laws were passed by Democrats and Republicans signed into law so when a city in century city says you know what we're not going to follow federal law Eiji said Feld is no different than governor George Wallace who started the steps on university of Alabama I would not like black kids in because this is Alabama and federal law doesn't apply here send fell now says federal law does not apply in this city Cincinnati this is beyond absurd will it be called on it the last couple days has anyone commented upon this except Scott Sloan of myself the answer would be hell no should the Enquirer take a stand against politicians who refused to follow federal law in essence the city Cincinnati is in rebellion against the federal government absolutely one of my time in my producer stood up on the steps of this beautiful death star and says federal law doesn't apply here I do not believe in paying federal income taxes I'm a put together a group of others who feel similarly to me we're gonna have a rapid response team if the IRS cracks down on anyone how how far would you go what a fall Richard K. Jones a Butler County so you know what federal laws on guns do not apply in Butler County I'm gonna stand on the steps above the county courthouse with the small band of renegades and we're gonna have a rapid response team if any federal official shows up Hey TF for otherwise who want to enforce federal laws when it comes to guns the federal law on guns do not apply in boulder county Matt how far would that go even he said not very good that's not good so how is it like normal business they have a pandering export a politician with great ambition invalidate federal law the city Cincinnati I like there's not a ripple.
"brian hammer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"A terrible event trial taking place in Hamilton county, commonplace coordin-, and they're a little bit of a hiatus toll about one fifteen today now. So let's check in with Brian hammer to see what's going on and Brian Hamrick. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show Brian Hamrick. How're you? I'm good. Thank him terrible event. Took place sociation of line employee's out to get a little lunch. And they get the wrong side of dodged described. The American people first of all the facts of what happened. We'll talk about today's trial. Well, apparently what happened game ear and a co worker were headed decided they were going to Gilbert decided to take cut through on kitten three. That way they run into a guy named Jamal killing Jamal killing in the middle of the street. We learned yesterday he's directing traffic because he trying to gather kid up Bernie got two kids and running through the street, and he's gathering up these kids, and he stopped Cheney Erkan get him stopped and junior stop and wait Jamal killing been signals him on like, okay. Okay. Now, you can go through. Well, what nobody knew because a box truck was blocking. Everybody do is there's another four year old trial Jamal killing then Dortch into the path of the streak where he just waved. Jamie earn on Jamie hits them little four year old the four year old and by both defense and prosecutors that there's no way could really miss this child because he just Dort it out from behind his car or from behind box truck hits the boy the boy. Long story short survived. But nobody knew really what the story was Gamal killing doesn't go and check on his boy, according to prosecutors here on straight over to Jamie and begin fighting fighting which begins attacking him hitting him swinging fifth at him. Screaming? Now crowd starts to develop at least three people around the car that I it turned into basically scene of Tayo with people screaming and Jamie irt is white his passenger as black. His passenger said, hey, this is not a good neighborhood when they hit the kid. He said, let's let's go. I grew up on the street. Let's get outta here. We'll call the police up here game here and said, no, I gotta stop and see if kids okay, well, Jamal Killington attacked him. And then a couple of other guys attack him. Now, the passenger gets out. And then another man, according to prosecutors, the man who comes over neck is a guy named Baber Deontay Baber, babe the gun and shoots five times at certain hits in once like through the Kipp, but it was enough to kill earn dive right there street, basically. Leads out. According to the corner believed out there on the street killing take his a child to the hospital calls nine one one basically on the nine one one. He says he's talking to nine one one. But then I basically doesn't realize he's still on the phone. He tells the nine one or each held his kid. He says don't worry. Daddy, killed that man. Daddy, killed that man till you hear him say that on the nine one one take meanwhile, Baber nowhere to be found day end up arresting them later to both of them are coming going to come to trial killing come to trial later for his role in excite in inciting. All this baby is on trial right now for the murder, and as the trigger man in all this triggerman. Prosecutors say basically with an execution style killing. And of course, Jamie art was on armed and Jamie earns passenger got him, Richard Williams. And he's. Black Jamie earns white, and according to Richard Williams. He said you're on the wrong sounded dodger man, isn't that straight known in the in the community as guns and drugs and bad area. You don't wanna stop there, especially if you're white why at that time it was known as a pretty rough neighborhood. I know when I went up there after this happened. I think was the next day. I went up I was trying to look exactly where this all happen. And a lot of times when you go up you can spot, you know, this crime pay there's a bullet hole or something. I went up there, or you know, a glove somebody's been working on somebody. It's amazing. How often you go to a what we call a cold scene, and you can kind of spot right away. Where it was there were so many gloves and bullet. I mean, never bullet holes in three or four different cars old ones. And I'm like there was crime tape that have been up there. If you could tell with faded and tell you. I couldn't tell because there were so many signs of crimes that had happened air. I couldn't figure out where was I had to call banks. You gotta give me better directly. Exactly where this because. There's all kinds of things. So I think there been a lot of things happened in that neighborhood long street at that time, I don't know. It's quite quite as rough when I was up there yesterday. But at that time it was known as a rough neighborhood in unfortunately earned simply is a good guy working for the association for the blind. His passenger Williams is is is partially blind. Any standing there? He couldn't see what happened. Who put the hat on the head is someone testified yet Deontay Baber is the guy that fire the fatal shot that killed. Killed. In the opening everybody thought initially was Jamal killing was the trigger man and all this. And he obviously had the it was very upset. It's been hit. He he comes over to car. He starts the attack initially. I think everyone thought it was killing who had who was the trigger man. But it's beneath began to investigate into this thing. They began to realize killings wasn't a guy. In fact, you're supposed to be videotaped. We're yet to see it. But there might be at a bit of a distance. I don't know maybe fifty yards away. No. I'm not sure how well shows. But I think you'll be able to determine that it probably wasn't killing in this. When they see it. According to the way, prosecutors setting this up, however will it because we know killing did we know from all the testimony and from the passengers. Testimony that it was killing came over. I it was killing starting to fight. The we're going to be able to determine I think which one is killing. And then apparently someone else does the shooting. The problem is will we be able to addenda fi Baber is that shooter. That's the question will be Baber. His attorney says he wasn't even on kitten win windows happened. Here we go. Be interesting to see can they put the gun in his hand there. Will there be a witnesses somebody somebody it now I feel like we're probably going to hear from Jamal killing. And they said maybe as early as today, although with this new wrinkle where this thing got respect today. I'm not sure they'll get him. But apparently Jamal killings is going to say, he's the guy with the gun show. Joe had a news conference. This happened way back in March twenty seventeen more than two years ago can recall there being a racial element to this. How did how did houses possibly a hate crime? Well, it is I didn't get charged with a crime here. Here's what happened. This is one of the things really lead to that. When the prosecutor came out with talking about this Joe seater said the passenger in the car was told and apparently by the gunman. Hey, get out of here, you're black and since him on his way. And then proceeds to shoot game irt who's white now yesterday that the passenger testified that when he was in the vehicle that he got out. He said somebody yelled, hey, old school cut sees a little bit older than some of these guys. He said, hey old school get outta here. You're black now yesterday on the stand. He said he didn't know who said that changes things quite a bit in terms of trying to figure out whether that statement was, you know, racially charged statement because you know, if it wasn't a shooter who said that it was. Somebody on the street. Well, that's not quite the same thing. The problem is these these like of hate crimes specifications. They don't add a lot to been black community complain about this in these crime statutes, it doesn't have a lot of cheese. So what happens is it gets rolled into the murder charge, which is a far more serious charge. And nothing ever really happens on top of that. And I think that's why didn't George steer is. Because it was sorta like, well, even if it is the guys charged with murder that's gonna take it'll get rolled in. So they're not even worried about that at this point. So wasn't or wasn't it. What caused this passenger to change his story? If he changed it, according to the prosecutor's story was one thing when he said, it is a different thing on the stand was refresher was it racially motivated was this a litmus test for it that's anybody's death. But it's probably not going to get prosecuted. Tooted out that way. Anyway. So I in in the long run will it mean anything on the time. It'll be nothing. Brian Hamrick Jomo killings. According to media accounts is like a convicted drug dealer and a bad person is kind of odd killings and be charged with murder, but seemingly killings the father of the four year old boy the state's version is killings is not the one who actually pulled the trigger. The this this other character Deontay Baber and so much Jamal killings is also charged with inciting doing something caring series time in jail. So at the end of the day the Jerry's got ferret out whether Baber or Jamal killings. You're actually the perpetrator and the state believes it was Baber, and of course, killing babies pointing killing so they're going to put the finger each other, correct? Right. Point the finger each other. In fact, the defense that it could have been killing or one of his friends, they're saying Baber and killing didn't even know each other. And they're saying Baber with you know, is is basically innocent all this. He's the guy who got the finger-pointing, but prosecutors indicated in their opening didn't say what they're all their evidence was but indicated that there was strong evidence against Baber, including apparently some Facebook post that he put up after he allegedly shot to death. So we're apparently going to see some things that that point to Baber. But right now that none of that's been really has been presented. We've seen some of the evidence that apparently shot five times. And I mean, this is almost point blank range. I mean, you wonder how you can shoot five nine daren't almost point blank range and only hit the the victim. One time, but he did. And but it was enough to kill a Jamie irt net. One bullet basically went through his apparently hit an artery some sort in Egypt bled to death right there. The killings. The father of the four year old who's not char specifically with the murder said to the nine one one operator, quote, I took care of dude. I killed him. He's dead. He did the do that hit you buy the car. He dead. I killed him. I'm serious. He did. So you got killing his son at that point. But he didn't know is being recorded. And how does the prosecution say, well, the guy confessing is not the one charge shooting them. But I'm pretty sure we'll have to see how. Kit comes out. But I believe that that videotape is going to show killing is not the gunman. Now the question is who is the gunman? I think because I think you'll be able to identify what killings is doing on the video. And I think you'll be able to say well that's killing according to what he's doing. But I have to wonder if that video is close enough to make out facial features. And that sort of thing go that will be the question. Do you believe with the other item? I think that'll eliminate killing. The is the shooter we'll have to see, but will it identify who really is shooter. We'll see now. Secondly before we got about two three minutes. Big news came out yesterday about the pike county murders of of of course, the family that was obliterated. And there's postings on Facebook. Which when the sheriff from the prosecutor's office, the Wagner's will be in trial at some point for the road murder. And you got the sheriff Charles reader who's under investigation for stealing cash from from the property room. Who now is going after the prosecutor, quote one thing, I know for sure it's pastime to clean the junk out out of pike county. And then you got you got the prosecutor rob junk responding to the sheriff on Facebook talking about. Why would anyone needed Joel hole in the bottom of a boat? The boat's are ready sinking referring to Charles reader. It's incredible. To me. You got the sheriff pike county. Posting things about the prosecutor prosecutor posting negative things about the sheriff the sheriff's under criminal investigation. And now you've got these terrible murders obliterating basically the entire family. And as a consequence the rodent family may not get Justice because these two fighting with each other. Calamity over there. I mean, really need to get that cleaned up. I mean, I, you know, can the state come in and take this thing over in a bigger way than they have and just kind of eliminate what's going on over there because this is not going to be good for the Justice case in any way, shape or form. I mean, if nothing else people start to lose confident in what you know in the Justice system there is like, hey, look, these are the folks that we have our elected officials, and this is the way they're behaving..
"brian hammer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Washington posted a story of few days ago in which it said that Uman traffickers operating in Mexico, the narcotraffickers made approximately last year two point three billion dollars in cash bringing up central Americans to our southern border two point three billion and addition to the rapes robberies the murders taking place two point three billion dollars of cash one into the hands of narcotraffickers in that a big story who do you think's funding this? How do these individuals get on planes, buses, trains and trucks? How do they get? How do they have cell phones? How do they walk up a thousand miles? They don't walk. It takes literally millions of dollars to have the trucks the buses and the trains bring large numbers of individuals from Central America to our southern border. And when they arrive it is narcotraffickers, according to Washington Post may two point three Bill. Dollars in cash bringing them here. And then once they flood one section of the southern border of maybe five hundred people what happens on the next section is there's no one guarding it whatsoever. According to the health and human services every day into America one thousand four hundred legals or released his forty five thousand beds. They're all cupid. It's a self-fulfilling prophecy. The more come the more, welcome. And it goes on and on and on because the Democratic Party working unwittingly with the Russians wanted sodas must discord as possible to keep our keep our country and constants data turmoil country right now is to fracture to do anything. Which is exactly what the Russians one. They won our media to grossly report on problems in the Trump administration. Undermined thority you have large numbers of the panelists CNN MSNBC and all the big city newspapers every afternoon ever. Morning every night, ripping on the president tearing the country apart which is exactly what the Russians desire the Russians want America, not to be United as one to do big things. They wanted at each other's throats, so unwittingly our media unwittingly, the Democratic Party plays into the hands of the Russians the whole time. This is going on that Chinese are sitting back smiling thinking MRs wonderful, look at our main rival what they're doing to themselves. We have a public education system completely dysfunctional. We have a wide open southern border with a medical system nearing collapse. Under the weight of twenty five million illegals that are using the system with terrible diseases and conflicts and ailments that pay nothing into it. So the Chinese are watching this. They hit us pretty good. I would not be surprised if the Chinese and the Russians directly or indirectly through George Soros are not paying millions of central Americans come here. Softens and hurts this country greatly. No the country would put up with this. I can imagine what what happened in their southern border. If there would be millions of refugees fleeing from Afghanistan going into Russia. I would imagine that they would be treated. So every hour of every day every week every every month, our media and Democratic Party thinks some more creative ways to destroy the presidency of Donald J Trump and for those of us support him for those of us who stand with them. We feel at times overwhelmed by the media about the Democratic Party. That is doing exactly what the Russians want them to do unwittingly. Maybe some wittingly, but certainly unwittingly and between now and the election of the third the Russians do not want Trump to be reelected. So they're helping us so the discord and their puppets are being manipulated by the grand puppeteer, and they're spending money to make sure the southern border is wide open their spending money to make sure that we continue to run trill. Dollar deficits and have no solution of public education or public health or open borders that they don't want any of that those problems saw no one America tied down fighting with each other hating each other. And now we have Joe Biden announcing today that somehow America's at risk. What's he going to run on the eight years of economic failure of Obama, the eight years of foreign policy failure of Obama one percent economic growth failure of the racial discord the rioting under Obama Obama meeting with black lives matter who advocated the murder of cops that's eight years. He's going to talk about tries me frigging crazy. Let's continue. Either calls. I'm done talking. Flying becomes available five one three seven four nine seven thousand. All we do is talk. That's all we do. We must do more. After one o'clock today's Brian hammer the power five about human trafficking paid for by narcotraffickers. And also coming up after two o'clock is dean Regas of the observatory about aliens visiting the earth is going on. Let's continue. Bill cunningham. The great American live at your the reds. Hopefully, they'll play tonight on NewsRadio seven hundred that we Cincinnati..
"brian hammer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Acquisition cost dead cost maintenance cost re buying new streetcars in about seven or eight more years in the losses. You put all that together. And for the little city Cincinnati. It's a half a billion dollars PG sit and failed Chris sale Bach and Tamai Denard are the ones in charge of that the buckle and they run from it every day. They don't they. They absolutely do. And it you know, it really is going to go down in history. If it hasn't already is the greatest failure of public policy in Cincinnati history. Let's forget about the subway that was tried and failed. You know in the early Republicans. Republicans Republicans did the did the subway under hundred stood and that that fail for a variety of reasons completed if they stop the street corner, we all do it was going to be a failure. Maybe would be such a fair that it is. Instead now, we're on the hook for a decade or more probably three decades of spending is this thing circles downtown, I tell you I walked by it every single day, and I'll tell you it's barely barely written by any person downtown. So anyway, it will go down to history Bill is one of the great failures of policy ended a failure of the Democratic Party of Hamilton county. Cincinnati question. I bet you anything you wanna bet a hot fudge sundae. UDF come twenty twenty one the Democrats will dominate anyway. And it's almost like. The Stockholm syndrome in which the African American voters in the city keep voting against their own interest. And tonight, an art is likely to be a mayor one day if she keeps saying so many stupid things you'll be the mayor there. Six openings on the Cincinnati city council in twenty twenty one and yours. Truly is already working to feel great candidates. So people will have a choice. We look forward to them having a choice. We're gonna talk about the things that we've seen values at city hall, and we hope the voters see through some of this. But we're going to have to feel the kind of candidates like Jeff pastor Amy Murray who have some commonsense when they get on the Cincinnati city council. People more like Christopher smitherman and less like Chris Bach. That's the view before. I let you go against the Republican party. Gimme your thoughts on Tony benders. Good friend, Donald J Trump, and what the report means he was given a clean Bill of health. But of course, the mainstream media, and the Democrats can't accept that. Because it doesn't fit their diatribe. Gimme your thoughts. Share the Republican party about the conclusion of the Trump investigation by Robert. Moeller who bought away will not end. The Democrats will keep it going many thoughts probably already spouse by you and others who are so well equipped other topic. Here's my one original thought, I hope is an original thought Donald Trump should do and continue to do is talk about issues that Stacey American people kitchen table issues. Donald Trump wants to solve immigration guess what Nancy Pelosi and Jerry Nadler and these other talking head liberals want to do they want to further investigate a guy who was upset about a witch hunt. That's really essentially how this all boils down this. This investigation really was about nothing if the guy being investigated was frustrated not a politician. He wasn't schooled in the wicked ways of Washington DC. So Donald Trump became frustrated. He did not obstruct Justice the idea that he did is preposterous for anybody who understands the law in this area. So what they wanna do? They wanna talk about obstruction of Justice there. Keep a political narrative going that hurts the president. And that we as Republicans led by our president should be talking about kitchen table issues. Tax reform has been food for the American economy. We ought to talk about building the infrastructure of this great country talking about the advances. We've made in the military, but we've done to ISIS. Let's talk about things that actually protect the American people leave more money in your pocket. Create more jobs. Those kind of issues are what the American people are going to focus on twenty twenty and not this is ridiculous nonsense that you're seeing every single day about this report. The investigation is over. We gotta move on. And do the work of the people, by the way, any Republican who wants to continue to focus on these procedural issues. Shame on them. They should be focused on the American people and their need. That's where I am. As party chairman here in Hamilton county. In the American people look toward government problems in their lives that they cannot solve collective understanding proceed. You mean, let me ask you are you ready for the big question. The big question. What is a worse institution? Cincinnati city council or the house of representatives under Nancy Pelosi. That is a big big question. And I'll tell you what I think there are enough Republicans in the house of representatives the pushback, so I'm gonna tell you that the Cincinnati city council it's continued to buckle by just by knows. By knows is a little bit worse than the Nancy Pelosi led house round the answer to the big question annual deficits of thirty million dollars a structural deficit of two to three billion on the pension fund five hundred million dollars for the streetcar that is almost impossible for anyone to bait but PG sitting Phil's doing his best. Well, extensive may you have a Good Friday to damone away to Greeks believe in Good Friday. And all that stuff. We believe in all those great things next weekend though, Billy so. Friends. Good Friday, happy Easter I went to that Greek church there and went and rode last summer for that festival and had a good time over there. That was good. Spent a lot of money this June, June every year, go over spent a lot of money some great Greek food. It's a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the Greek culture, right, Alex. You're a great American and thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show and stay strong, and I hope African Americans figure out at some point with the democratic party's done to them and not for them. And if that happens in the city Cincinnati is going to be a much better place alley strengthen few Luchaire the Republican party. Thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. Thank you, always a privilege, Billy. Thank you so much. God bless America. Let's continue with more red space believe it or not the reds one last night. Joey Votto, hit a home run lead off the game. How about that the reds one four to one? So I have hope now thank the reds. Six and twelve so they're winning about one third of their games, which not bad last year. They were three and eighteen and this share their six and twelve so they're doing a little bit better. So let's continue with more after one o'clock today's Brian hammer can the power five by the sentencing of a criminal in Wilmington that imprisoned. A woman underground who claims it was part of some sexual ritual that she engaged in voluntarily that. I don't think the judge going by. We talked to Brian hammered after one o'clock at your home of the reds plankton nights. Starting about nine thirty five live from San Diego and Good Friday. Bill Cunningham, the great American live with you on seven hundred wwl w seven hundred w.
"brian hammer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"We'll be Brian hammer. Who's driving back from bland, Chester? This morning's hearing involved Lanchester man who was sentenced to seven years in prison. This morning about eleven AM for burying his neighbor alive under a shed in his backyard. Dennis Dunne was found guilty by the court in a bench trial last month on kidnapping and abduction charges and done was arrested after he plays, Jennifer Elliott and a hole dug underneath a shed in his backyard. And April of twenty seventeen almost exactly two years ago and done. The man said that Jennifer was involved in some satanic cult and bland Chester and wanted him to protect her from in. So in a sense dentist done is saying that Jennifer Elliott said Dennis Dunne plays Barra me and a whole under your shit to protect me from a cult of satanist running around Clinton county. Unbelievable. He also alleges without evidence without proof without reality. The Jennifer Elliott's mom involved her in a prostitution ring in around bland Chester now to mental health professionals evaluated. Dennis Dunne and said he was delusional and has admitted meth use could have made the condition worse. Really? And Elliott told the judge on Friday that the emotional scars are still wet there. They haven't healed and shockingly according to media accounts. We're going to hear from Brian Amrican about twenty five minutes. The judge could have given the the perpetrator Dennis done eleven years in prison. But he decided to give them a break only give him seven and has already done to and with parole and things like that. He'll be out in about four years. Probably going back to Blanchett's to look again for Jennifer Elliott to save her from some satanic cult. I I'm gonna ask Brian Amrik. This question is that he and I have talked over the years, it some rather unusual cases. I'm not sure this is not a top of the list. Someone insane. Cannot be tried and the state of Ohio Kentucky or in. In other words, if you're mentally ill at the time you committed the offence, or if you're mentally ill at the time it trial, which you know, many times are months or year separated, you you. You're found found not guilty by reason of insanity. Or if you're insane at the time of the trial. There's no trial until you're restored to sanity. And so when the judge in Clinton county. Found him sane to stand trial that kind of took away the argument of mental health professionals that he was delusional and insight because the judge said well, the state put on experts said he wasn't delusion only wasn't insane. So the judge said, okay, let's set it for trial, the trial took place a few months back. He the judge and a bench trial found him guilty of two charges kidnapping and abduction abductions a lesser included offence of kidnapping code it got eleven years in jail steady. May I use the term only gave him seven seven and he's already done to and with parole at eighty percent. He'll be out in something. Like four years. Would you want him living next door to you? I'll get the facts and Brian Hamrick in about twenty minutes. But I understand that. She didn't know exactly how she got to the shed because she's also a relatively young woman who has seizures of one type or another. And so it's possible that she was seizing at the time that he grabbed her, and she was a small little thing. And he was a big hairy s man, and he must have prepared the whole ahead of time. He put like some wood slats on top of the whole under the shed underground. Then put heavy objects on top of the wooden slats. So she couldn't easily move come out of the whole. I think drowning and being buried alive or about the two worst things that a woman or a man can go through and thank God. He's off the streets. But he'll be back at it within four and a half years, and you know in prison, you often do not receive much mental health work because probably half the people in prison of mental health. Issues and they're overwhelmed. Fortunately, he may not be able to get drugs on under under term underline. The verb may not be able to get drugs in president because about a month ago. There was a drug overdose. The county jail, but nonetheless, maybe in prison, it's harder to get drugs. So when he comes out he'll be in full fury looking for other women. So that's coming up in about twenty minutes. Plus last night reds baseball. Joey Votto led off the game at home run. Did great work got a home run the reds one four two one was the final get back out again tonight at nine thirty five now. So until that comes in about twenty minutes, I want you to consider something. By any fair measurement for those of us who do not live in the city Cincinnati for those who live in the tri-state, but the city is the heart that beats the entire tristate region of the twenty two counties that surround Hamlin county we all recognize that Hamilton county, specifically the city Cincinnati. It's kind of like the Arctic valve of the heart would be the city Cincinnati of all the governments of which I'm aware that we that. I cover them Campbell Boone Kenton from Alexandria up to Middletown Butler county bell found whatever all over the midwest. There is no worst government functioning and the tri-state worse than Cincinnati city council. It is absolutely. The worst the characters the clowns fools, the miscreants that at that attracts is really unbelievable to cover this. And it's a small part of my listenership probably eight nine percent of those listen to may live in the city of Cincinnati. The other ninety percent live in the region. And they listen, but city council is covered disproportionately by the media because it's easy to cover. And most of the news comes out of the city, and it's the largest workforce and his largest budget of any of any municipality, or or any county city Cincinati budget just for the city is like four times larger than the budget of Orange County or Butler county Clermont county because they spent three hundred fifty million dollars a year and to do a quite poorly to get elected in the city you have to pander and exploit the ignorance of voters in the city. Cincinnati you have to play into their worst fears to their apprehensions. You can't talk about economic growth and responsibility and working hard work and smart holding down spending holding down taxes, providing more income to city residents through lower fees and expenses that that's not any argument. You hear anytime in the city Cincinnati just the opposite Tamayo Denard couple of days ago three days ago. It was one of the clowns on city council. Said that it is a sample of white privilege when there's media coverage of the Notre Dom cathedral arson of about four days ago that somehow it was a racial incident. And so I'm thinking, okay, I want to hear that gymnastic argument available to the mind tonight and RT see how her mind operates because this gives us insight and the house she functions in a city that spends hundreds of millions of dollars every year because this is this is a little bit of light into the dark crevices of a brain to say, okay, how does your mind operate? Do. You understand simple principles. Do you know how things work in our society Downer stand how your constituents may feel about certain things? She said in a tweet that white people don't see me and black people must see me. She seems to be implying that she is ignored that she doesn't count. She doesn't matter and fill in the blanks in her mind, Joe Mallory. The brother of Mark Mallory who was the mayor of our city for eight years in public office for thirty years made a statement as the president of the NWC peak that somehow when black churches burn in Louisiana. There's no media coverage, and that somehow they city Cincinnati does not invest in the black community. So going back to my original statement, you must pander and exploit the ignorance of your voters. Stay in power number one. There was massive media coverage of the black churches in Louisiana that burnt. It was the lead story on NBC ABC and CBS. It was covered on CNN MSNBC and Fox News for several days. It was on the front page New York Times Washington Post two of the last four days. It's a big story when the person who was arrested was a white guy who is nineteen years old and the son of a deputy that was again another incident where there was big media coverage. So Tamayo Denard may not read the newspaper Shimao, listen. Radio shimmy, not watch television. So maybe six ignorant about what's happening in the world. But would you and I agree. There was massive media coverage of the black churches at the same time. The Christian Science Monitor put out a story that the great majority of churches that are vandalized or burn in America or so-called, white churches. It is extremely rare for a black church to be burnt anywhere that doesn't fit the media diatribe. So as not covered that way, kind of like, the great majority of people shot by police, the great majority of the time rightfully shot by police are white, but that doesn't fit the media narrative, so therefore the shooting of white criminals by the police is a non story the shooting of a black criminal, of course, is Representative of the behavior of racist police and Arvin areas so number one. There was massive media coverage of the black churches to burn Louisiana. And the last week there's been three white churches that have burned to an Iowa and one. North dakota. Have you heard about any of them? Hell no, it doesn't fit the narrative. There's almost four thousand churches in America. And it's a regular event of a church Mosca synagogue to be desecrated vandalized or burned because they're satanist out there. There's evil out there. There are a great atheists and great agnostics would never do this. But there's others who want to see Christianity, especially on a religious weekend as a symbol of something they oppose. So it it is the next time a church burns vandalize, the great majority of time. It will be a so-called white church, but it will not be covered. Therefore, the messages said that it's a non story and France and the last two years there's been three thousand Christian churches vandalized her burnt, not covered largely by the mainstream media because it doesn't fit their diatribe. So you would have to concede that to my Denard at a minimum. Misinformed about the media coverage of three black churches burning Louisiana, and I guarantee you when that when that scumbag comes up for trial, the nineteen year old that burn the churches. He's going to get not years in prison. His gonna get decades in prison, his indicted by the state in Louisiana and indicted by the feds under hate crime, which carry decades in prison, his he'll spent most of his adult life until he dies in prison for doing what he did. And I can't disagree with him. That's a bad thing..
"brian hammer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"News is coming up at six minutes on seven hundred w w Scott. And kind of leapfrogging off after what David was saying the white supremacist accused of gunning down fifty people mosque in New Zealand fired his lawyer and opted to represent himself. And that's the latest turn in this case what I found. Interesting was this not not a rhetoric against guns and gun violence because you can make a case in say New Zealand is pretty high going her ship rates and at the same time. This is maybe I for them. Right. We've never really heard of a mass casualty attack like this New Zealand. We don't hear much out of New Zealand, and this is not certainly not good news. I I don't know simply because this occurred that this is something in need of a cure, certainly can look at tightening restrictions up security and things like that. But if this kind of crime is largely non-existent New Zealand, do you need to eliminate and fix what wasn't broken in the first place. I think that's a fair question to ask. But just kinda art aren't I think is her name Arden Arden are Dern as he prime minister of New Zealand. And he came out and said this about the shooter that he obviously had a range of reasons for committing this atrocious terrorist attack lifting his profile was one of them. And that's something. We could absolutely deny him one thing. I make sure you you won't hear me speak his name. And that is so true in a lot of these attacks. Remember post sandy hook saying at this point forward? I'm no longer gonna talk about mention if at all possible the name of the shooter kinda different situation when it's let's say the fifth third Bank center that was an active shooter situation, we may have on the suspect's name. That's information that's pertinent to the public because the police trying to gather information about whether it's a coordinated attack is associates. You may know, the name and know somebody who knows the guy heard of them, and maybe helpful in closing this case, and helpful the police I think that's much much different than knee here in Cincinnati saying the shooter's name because really no one in New Zealand's listening, and no one, you know, who did what what the crime was. And there's no need to broadcast the name because this person is looking for notoriety. And I applaud the prime minister for saying that I'm trying and I've tried in the past not to mention the shooter's names if at all in any of these tragedies because I'm not aiding law enforcement because there's a unless persons fleeing from Justice, and there's a manhunt out for them. But they're looking for notoriety look at the sky smiling and flashing white supremacy signal while being handcuffed held in court. Scrawling stuff in his hands to to show. I it just it's the whole thing was atrocious. I'll tell you what I loved about this too. If you saw any of the coverage is the fact that the the cameras that were in the courtroom when he was having this hearing completely blurred out his face. I thought that was really really a good move. I wonder in the future if we see and we won't America because the nature of our media. I think too because the competition is that I think it'd be a great thing that if they're showing this guy on TV, I dunno mass shooter. We've got a mugshot of the perpetrator. Do you really need to broadcast the bug shot? Again, if you're looking for the individual or people who. Aided and abetted this individual, then maybe that's the case. But is there a reason to keep showing? I don't think know the shoot of sandy hook shooter the Aurora Colorado shooter. Any of those faces your images the answer? Of course is now, but that just continues to fuel that notoriety that they so much desired and look for which may have been a big driver in this whole instance, right? According to the according to the prime minister of New Zealand. She said he will when I speak be nameless, speak, the names of those who were lost rather than give the name of the man who took them he may have sought notoriety. But New Zealand will give him nothing not even his name, which I think is a brilliant approach to this whole thing. And if you were to take anything positive out of this were epic tragedy ethic that should be at right, there isn't look look what they're doing a New Zealand. We ought to emulate that here in the United States. The guy's not going to beat his charges. He wants to throw out signs in the courtroom and get more attention, and guess what we're not gonna play into that. We're not gonna play into what is is pretty much a sociopath in this case that this guy is, you know, above all else and superior in every way, shape or form. Well, if you're so superior, why the hell are you? Why are you in cuffs yourself that that question anyway, I think that's one of the few positive takeaways? You can have from this whole sorta fair Brian combs has a news update. And then when we. Return to the show on seven hundred WW got a couple of things gone before Willie's. Your twelve six Brian hammer will be on the show the clay Shrout parole hearings going on you'll be talking to the hammer from news five about that at twelve. Oh, six today. But. If you complain about. Okay. Well, I may not beginning as much back to a hoping my tax refunds. There's something. Like one point two billion dollars out there possibly with your name on it. We'll find out what that is. If you're worried about the small money, we ought to be worried about the big money when it comes to taxation and tax returns, Matthew Jennings is here to explain exactly what that means an since I was just doing the topic of only in America that if you're Chelsea Clinton, you're being called antisemitic, and you're calling anti Muslim at the same time only in America could possibly happen today. There's another great story out here regarding what what many people have in that as a homeowner's association. The absurdity of homeowners associations, including the one in Tennessee, where a woman was fined one hundred dollars because. Well, wait till you hear the story. It's just ahead. Seven hundred w.
"brian hammer" Discussed on KOMO
"Time seven fifty five. A workplace safety expert says there's no doubt that businesses need to make active shooter plans. Brian hammer chairs the American society of safety professionals their technical report committee, and he says people don't realize how fast the number of workplace shootings is growing. According to FBI statistics from two thousand sixteen to two thousand seventeen we've had a fifty percent increase over that time period. And more importantly, the number of deaths is actually three times the previous high hammer says the society can help companies develop active shooter response plans by assessing the risks and making recommendations for things like target hardening and what he calls security. Backing systems. He also says it's not that expensive. You can learn more at their website, A, S S, P dot org. Hello kitty, doesn't have a mouth. She does have a movie deal new line. Cinema says it scored the film rights to the animated cat from the Japanese company that owns them. Now, it has those rights new line. We'll get cranking on a movie script. It'll be the first time. The forty-five-year-old Phelan will be featured movie. Komo news time seven fifty six. Now, it's time for lifebeat. So this is it you finally want to lose weight, and you count every last calorie. But after a few days, you're ready to give up is there. Another way, we're registered dietitian, Kim Larson tells me there is that you do need to be calorie conscious and aware of how much you're eating in terms of your portion sizes. The key is to feel full on fewer calories and avoid feeling deprived. Larson says foods loaded with fiber and water that are low in calories, but dense in volume fruits and vegetables green beans. Green pastas, Brown rice potatoes, lean animal proteins, and eggs will also help you feel satisfied nuts and seeds or a nutritional powerhouse. But again, avoid the free for all mentality. Even though these foods have healthy fats in them. They're very easy to overdo. So you really have to be aware of how much of those kinds of foods that you're eating. For lifebeat, I'm marina Rockinger, KOMO news..
"brian hammer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Resistant, depression, it is called spur. Vodka and contains a chemical cousin of the party drug known as ketamine and Columbia University psychiatry, professor doctor John man, says the new drug works. It's fast acting, but it does have side effects people use it have used ketamine and other forms, Patty drug. I'm so you feel a bit unreal. The world around you feel. It's a bit. Unreal. Things may seem a little distorted may become a little paranoid. It works by restoring brain cells in patients with depression. But because in high doses it can cause the same effects as the party drug ketamine. It cannot be self administered Johnson and Johnson says patients will take the drug only under supervision. The Oregon legislature has reached a settlement with nine women who say they were sexually harassed at the state capital investigation into sexual harassment of the Oregon state capital started. When state Senator Sarah Galster accused Senator Jeff crews of sexual misconduct. Crews resigned his seat Oregon bureau of labor and industries launched an investigation and found several women had been harassed by a variety of people at the capital. It was determined to be a hostile work environment. Nine women are part of the one point one billion dollar settlement. The legislature is now considering bills to correct the problem Bill would create an equity office that would handle the complaints and sexual harassment training for everyone working in the capital. Bradford ABC news, Portland. Oregon a workplace safety expert says there is no. No doubt that businesses need to make active shooter plans. Brian hammer chairs the American society of safety professionals technical report committee says people don't realize how fast the number of workplace shootings is growling according to FBI statistics from two thousand sixteen to two thousand seventeen we've had a fifty percent increase over that time period. And more importantly, the number of deaths is actually three times the previous hot hammer says companies need to develop active shooter response plans by assessing their risks..
"brian hammer" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"So I I like seeing them I did think it's funny that Eddie as happiness, and he gives us big cheese. Ball grand? I'm sure that made Kurt happy as well. Yeah. Maybe there's more to these choices though. I mean, Brandon gets wealth. And he does I don't know exactly his financial situa-. He's a air to a candy fortune. Yeah. He's he's former he's like air to a candy factory. And he does he's a private chef. So I feel like they're just in. They talk about this. How it does represent togetherness? He did seem like when he wasn't, you know, making fun of waffle gate or getting frustrated at Meany. He does seem like someone who had this raucous energy to bring everyone together. Brian is health. I don't know seems like he's a fit dues clean and sober. I mean, that's true sober. Yeah. Is also the tallest guy in country. I do love the irony that Adrian picks health considering the health that she was in when Brian was eliminated. Yeah. Kurt Kurt remarked on that and said the irony about Adrian picking Brian as a spud chef because he was an expert. I think he meant sous-chef because he was an ex correct is reeking its havoc on our podcast. This episode was in pissed class when he wrote this about Adrian picking Brian as a sous chef because he was an expert on pork is that she was sent below deck sick during the judges table where he went home for cooking, pork. Someone should have told her Kurt says. Yeah, that's true. She doesn't have missing out on the one time. And they said, hey, dude, you really eft up your, pork, you're going home. And she's like, you know, what I thought of. And I thought pork Brian. That's guy who never screws it up, especially not standing in a hot tub. I like the double edged sword here. Right. Because there are you pick for ingredients. But you also can pick for who the person is that you want to work with. And we heard about David and the Portuguese background that he has. And we know from what Graham was talking about. Or just facts that Macau itself has. Heavy Portuguese influence so with picking first Michelle says like I wanted the David's Portuguese influence on this dish. She probably liked the ingredients as well. But Adrian talking about ginger, and Brian and pork Sarah talks about Eddie and happiness. We don't really here. But the sneaky thing Hayley was apparently Kelsey knew that Brandon had this Asian food background. Yeah. I mean, we didn't hear about that. Did we guess that's because we spent so much time in the beginning not learning these amazing people. But I do remember that the one challenge he was actually very close to winning was an episode two quick five or he made. It was the gale pregnancy challenge where he made a Korean barbecue bogey bowl. And so if does feel like he is works best in that realm, though. I don't know how I don't know if Kelsey is just been like a silent observer taking Noah's of these tenants of everyone's personalities, but good on her for pointing that out because it ends up helping get her the win. It is interesting. How this? This episode really showcased some of these chefs really relying on their sous chefs for things and it worked for them were against them looking at you Eric getting just into try your food. And he insists that it's it's fine. It doesn't need more spice cut to Pama trying the food and saying it's not spicy enough. I do say as much as we mock Adrian for picking Brian hammer home for pork. Michelle picks David for knowing Portuguese. When he went home cooking meal that reminds him Portugal..
"brian hammer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Twelve hundred w. President Trump is very confident going into his meeting this week with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN hotel, chairman Kim, he has a chance to have a country that is so vibrant economically. Maybe one of the most in the world. He's got a location. That's unbelievable. As a real estate person. I've always done very well with location, the president leaves today for Hanoi, Vietnam. That's where the two are going to have their second summit. The sit down very very important between the two well the SBA investigating. Why huge cargo plane crashed into a coastal bay just east of Houston over the weekend. All three people on board died the Boeing seven sixty seven cargo plane just moments from landing at Bush, intercontinental when it went down grizzly security video from a nearby cameras showed the plane headed towards the ground knows. I retired astronaut Mark Kelly is launching his democratic bid for you as. Senate. He told a crowd in Phoenix Sunday climate change will hit Arizona hard. And they've got to be prepared. We have to look this problem in the face and find solutions, not ignore it. If he wins Kelly would finish up the late Senator John McCain's six-year term in the Senate right now that seat is held by Senator Martin Sally Sally was appointed by the state's Republican governor. After losing her bid for the state's other Senate seat, federal judge in the southern district of Texas has ruled that it is const unconstitutional gender. Discrimination require young men to register for the military draft. But not require the same of young women US district judge gray Miller in Houston ruled in a case brought by a group called the national coalition for men because young men can be punished by the loss of federal benefits or even criminal prosecution. If they're not registered by eighteen they say that's a violation of the equal protection. Clause of fourteenth amendment not to require the same for young women. And with a rise in active shooter attacks, a risk assessment organization has issued a set of guidelines for all schools and businesses to help them become hard targets. The American society of safety professionals. Brian hammer says his groups active shooter armed assailant technical safety report offers a template for small firms to design a deterrent plan that's effective for most companies affordable be developed around their location, and when they developed a plan they've got to come up with what are the things that we need to improve on some of that is in fact, radical target hardening..