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"caldera" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"All right so here's the deal you open up the box. Maybe de covid. Nineteen the box. That's sitting out on your front porch first and then you bring it in and open up the box in for whatever reason you don't like it so what do you do you send it back for free. No questions asked. The retailer actually pays the shipping costs. And guess what they're already losing money. Well what happens next fifty four now. Thirteen ten kfi. Gay thirteen ten kfi k. a. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail via the auto collision specialists tedious. Yeah we talked about the fact that Many retailers including amazon. If you're buying. Well rather the in their estimation low-budget items and you decide maybe spend twenty thirty bucks on it. I don't know what the break point is. They don't want us to know but You want to return it. And they're like tell you what will you can keep it or you can return it for free. If you keep it wash actually credit your account you think. Oh how nice but what happens when you send it back. Did you ever wonder where it goes. Well immediately once you initiate that return. The proverbial hourglass of prophet turns this piece out of cnn business. I found interesting by john. General so once return arrives at its destination. Well you've got an employee there. A hard working employees by the way needs to open. Let's say it's an air fryer and inspect it. Maybe even plug it in two tests all of its features to ensure well. You didn't break it. This cost the retailer. Needless to say time and money not to mention the box was opened so putting this back on the shelf with other brand new air. Friars of the same ilk is pretty much out of the question. In short receiving handling return isn't simple in the slightest and for a number of items big retailers like walmart target and amazon. They don't even want to bother. So what do they do. They forward them on to something known as a liquidation company and for the purposes of this piece A gentleman by the name of john john. No last name given He works for one of those liquidation sites. And if there's a land if there really is a land of misfit toys this is it this eight. Lots eight eight. Lots buys up returned products from retailers at.
"caldera" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"You can text away with wild abandon. But they have nowhere near the votes needed they would need seventeen. Gop senators to flip. They have five even. I can do the math without the abacus. You need twelve more. It's not going to happen yet. The trial will go on. So you've got this earlier group of attorneys from south carolina well no longer participating in the process. South carolina based lawyer butch bowers. He had previously been tapped to lead the president's legal team by well. Let's just say they agreed to disagree. Parting ways over differing opinions on the direction of the defense argument said this. According to reports from anonymous unnamed sources seems to be the way we report these other lawyers on the team who also left where deborah barbie and former federal prosecutors. Greg harris gasser and joss our no longer going to go there. The epoch times reached out to those lower lawyers for confirmation about their departure. Now jason miller. A trump adviser confirmed reports of a reshuffle on saturday evening. this before. The announcement of the new legal beagle team was made on sunday. But at that point in time miller said the final decision on the legal team had not yet been made now sunday trump's office and you know he does have an office. It's called the office of the former president. Trump's office released a statement saying that shown and caster would now lead. The team shown had already been working with trump and other advisors in preparing for the upcoming trial. This is david shown. An attorney from alabama and bruce castor. Junior a former prosecutor in pennsylvania course shown saying all the expected things in a statement it is an honor to represent the forty fifth president donald j trump and the united states constitution. So whatever happened to due process. This as the new team has about a one week. One week to strategize what direction it'll take in the defense. This has opening arguments are scheduled to begin the week of february eighth.
Limited Indoor Dining Resumes At Chicago Restaurants
"Indoor dining at Chicago, bars and restaurants has reserved. They can operate a 25% capacity after meeting the required covered 19 metrics how they're Caldera. So the Stacks Cafe in River North couldn't be happier about it than you you think think is is that that we we are are going going into into this this new new year. year. I I think think it's it's good good for for all all of of US US tables, tables, limited limited groups groups of of four four in in Doors Doors and and groups groups of of six six outdoors. outdoors. All All establishments establishments must must close by 11 o'clock at night. Not only has indoor dining resumed at Chicago restaurants, but the field museum has reopened as well. Museum will only be operating 25% capacity. Social distancing will be enforced corner too. Member services representative Calvin Jenkins Jr. So here to meet them. We have social distancing stickers everywhere here on the floor, and also we're encouraging all guests to you book your tickets in advance. So we're trying to limit our person to person contact here to Museum Field Museum offering free admission to Illinois residents on Mondays.
Thrilling Raptors and Celtics series heading to a game 7
"I want to switch gears. Now to the Toronto Raptors game versus the Boston Celtics obviously, it was gained six I really thought the Celtics were closed. One out. There are a lot of questionable calls this game specifically at the end of regulation there was a no call on a Kemba Walker left and I was clearly a foul, the Raptors one, one, twenty, five, the one, twenty, two in. A double overtime game to push this series to seven games. The best player was Kyle lowry man played fifty three minutes got thirty point three, hundred, thirty, three points, eight rebounds six assists absolutely incredible employed twenty-one Norman Powell had twenty three. He had a big and one after a steal one of the big places the game on the Boston Celtics side Marcus Smart. Twenty three he's been electric lately. Jaylen. Brown continues to improve after that bad game two games ago. He's at back to back bounce back game thirty, one points, sixteen rebounds and two assists Tatum at twenty, nine and fourteen and nine almost twenty nine point triple double ties with eighteen and seven Kemba. Walker was really the only no show for the Boston Celtics, tonight. At Five, points seven assists to eleven from the field and fifty one minutes. Only five points that's abysmal for Kemba. Walker. Especially going into team that I don't really necessarily think somebody that can guard him a guy like, Caldera. Maybe for advance leak got the assignment a couple of times and a couple possessions I understand that but I don't know. Big Win for the Toronto Raptors I really do believe this game simplicitas if I told you from the beginning of the series of toss up obviously the Celtics went up to all Toronto responded to go to tie it to to Boston got a big game five victory I thought that would really seal the series I thought the Celtics would win tonight the close up at the rafters just won't quit man they won't die one of the scrappy EST teams in the NBA. One. Of the best defensive teams than the to hold a team to what only one hundred and what twenty two points in double overtime keep in mind in double overtime. That's impressive. That's playing. Basketball essentially more that's playing what? No about five quarts of basketball the hold somebody to one hundred, twenty, two points is impressive stuff. Can they get it done and gained seven? I'm not sure I'm still going to have to take the Celtics I. Think the Celtics probably should have won this game I thought for a majority of the game. They were the better team and again that no call and Kemba Walker at the end of regulation was a brutal. No call I thought two free throws, and then obviously maybe Toronto a game winner I game tire and not sure. Again Kemba Walker should have gone two free throws at the end of the game. My opinion was a close one but all is fair in love and war the referees for pretty much every game are always going to be considered bad right. Every single playoff game fans are going to have a disagreement with it but specifically, that can no call that was poor that was a bad call.
"caldera" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Well we look at the facts. I think the facts are pretty clear. Verona Virus Rights John Caldero President of the Independence Institute but Rights John Caldera incomplete. Colorado Corona virus didn't shut down the economy. The government did joining us from the People's Republic. This morning John Caldera John. Welcome back to the show. Do you have your face masks so that you can go into essential businesses. I got my face masks got goggles. I'm in plastic. Wrap up My elbows you got your decontamination suit. Yeah indeed all right. Let's talk a little bit about this piece. Incomplete COLORADO BY THE WAY. You've been Quite prolific incomplete. Colorado really appreciated what you had to say about this entire pandemic but talk a little bit about your your premise here that the corona virus of nineteen didn't shut down the economy and government is absolutely did well because they did recorded virus. Didn't order anyone to stay at home. The Corona virus didn't order anyone to become a criminal for travelling or free association or going to work The the government did and it's it's amazing to me that We have been so scared that We're willing to give away our liberties this way. My biggest concern is not about the virus. We will build an immunity to the virus of One way or the other. It'll be slow or IT'LL BE FAST. But that'll be the economic devastation. That is being ordered. The by Localities governors and even from the federal government is something that could plunge us into into a depression and It it amazes me that About ten years ago we were out Complaining about Brock Obama's eight hundred billion dollar stimulus package which was a terrible stimulus package which did nothing but put us into debt and many conservatives were rightfully enraged and now we are getting close to three trillion dollars of made up money And I don't see the outrage now. I will say that a lot of this is much better spent than So called shovel. Ready Projects The more we can get money directly to consumers and more that we can get directly to people Then the mortal get infused into the economy. But we're still printing money out of thin air and I think ought to be concerned about that. The idea that we can stay at home for a month and a half two months and not suffer economic Devastation is just naive and so I'm very concerned about. I'm concerned about the economics. More than I am concerned about the virus. You know those weekly unemployment numbers just came out to. Oh I don't know about forty minutes ago. And now they were a little bit lower than what the talking heads in the economists and everyone was projecting. They came in at three point. Eight million economists were estimating three point five million but when you consider the fact that we're now over thirty million people unemployed in this nation. I think your concerns are very well-founded in talking about the stimulus and we just had what stimulus three point five. They're looking at stimulus or the concern there. Is I think as you very eloquently. Said you know okay. This stimulus is actually being put to some good use but there was some pork in that as well when you look at for example the Kennedy Senator Center for the Performing Arts Right. You know the the Keynesian idea that no matter what you spend money on. It's good I think The the Obama Stimulus package disprove that it showed that no. And you just put money into the economy It can find its way parked into banks and not get in. Infused economists use the term velocity. That is we never really had a recovery from from the great recession we got a new normal. Which is kind of a two percent Domestic Gross Domestic Product growth year that. That's that's nothing. That's that's really very sad so it's barely keeping up with inflation when we get the numbers for the second quarter and we won't get them for another three months I think we're gonNA find it very rattling so my my my concern is we should be opening the economy in every way possible as soon as possible lose. Put it this way. We're those of us who are skeptical of the shutdown orders in the way it's been handled The rest of says you want people to die so no matter what it is your complaint is you want people to die and you can't win you. We have not done a very good job explaining that An economic shutdown. What we're doing now will cost more lives that if you are If you're supporting a blind shelter in place order at that Closes down the economy. But what are we doing or keeping people away from their cancer treatments. Keeping people away from their melanoma checks were keeping people away from all sorts of quote nonessential surgeries. Which are also life saving in the long term. We're forgetting that for every Half percentage point of unemployment economists say that there's about ten thousand people who lose their lives through neglect through poverty through domestic abuse of suicide And at that point we are going to lose more people because of this shutdown orders then we are from cove it And it's and we haven't made that argument that those people who who are who are mimicking the Hollywood celebrities doing their little podcasts. Saying you know. Save at home. Save a life when you say stay at home save alive. What that means is if you go to work. You're killing somebody and know if you go to work you're saving people's lives go to work save a life you know and if you boil it down to its simplest common nominate or here's the thing that I could never understand this has You know we see local state. Federal Governments Picking Winners and losers essentially deeming businesses. Essential or non essential. Why is it that you're safe? Adt essential business. But you're not safe at a non essential business. John I just. I can't really figure that out. Meet the odd I'm talking to think of the right word. Government gets to choose without any sort of real reason who gets to stay in business and who doesn't so appliance factory which say which sells washers and dryers In the Thornton Westminster Colorado is closed down but you can go to Home Depot and buy your Washer Dryer there because they also sell nails. You can't you Liquor stores and marijuana shops are essential but cigar shops are not so smoker friendly shops in the Denver. Area Been Hassled until they had to close this if if people are not enraged by this then I don't think they're paying attention now. I was a little late to the game I will. It's a call from the I will fess up to the fact that I was willing to give the government enough to hang itself and Well let's just say the power hungry among them dinner deed do just that but my concern now is is a civil liberties lost. Can they ever be restored? It really surprised me that the the good left and I do mean the good left. The people who who who worked for civil liberties throughout the decades have remained so quiet during this. I don't know where the ACLU is. I don't know where people for the American way as I don't know where the progressives who used to say that you know are right to free speech a right to assembly right to travel right to worship. These were things Worthwhile fighting for. I'm not I haven't seen that. I've seen that when people are scared That government I don't WanNA use the word tyranny. 'cause it's way too strong but we don't question. The authoritarian government has. Yeah Yeah a little bit of overreach there. I mean we particularly saw that with Gretchen. Whitmer in Michigan with some of the restrictions that she put in place just absolutely goofy and the ACLU Colorado. They're staying busy. They're going after Sheriff Seabream. So they're in court today saying that he didn't do enough to protect those that were yes in his jails from covert nineteen. I've seen in the parks and my in boulder if taken down the the nets on Tennis COURTS IT. Wait a second silly. So what how does? How does this make sense? It's it's it's it's insane the The snitching that Who's now going on I mean this in the most sincere way that sounds like overreach but I don't mean it that way When you know we always wonder what kind of people whatever you know. Put people other people in cattle cars? How could Americans ever put Japanese-americans into concentration camps? How how did these things ever happened? And you realize it's because people are scared and you know so for the last month people have been scared here but for the most part we still have rouge are over our heads. We still have food in our bellies. So it's not a hard thing to to go back to pre World War Two days and think of man. What happens when you bullets are flying? People are starving. You don't have a place to live and government says do what I say well and we'll keep you safe. People fall in line and much better understand that. Now now certainly. It is a role of government to keep us safe but isn't the government's primary role To ensure our freedoms that was my understanding about it. Then can't just yeah I remember. I remember being taught that and when there's food in our bellies We don't think about those things nearly as much and I I. I don't think we those of us who believe in liberty those of us who believe in in prosperity. I don't think we've done a good enough job getting people to understand that when the economy goes south people lose their lives. People get hurt And that when you take away the very basic civil liberties back to peaceably assemble. Well then you're You're taking away the the the very essence of what we stand for what we fight for it. I just been so saddened by the lack of of concern about the loss of civil liberties It I didn't think I'd ever see this You know I didn't think I'd ever see any of this so I join you. In that assessment. John Caldera President Independence Institute. Thanks so much for your time. It's always a pleasure always like talking with you. Gail TAKE CARE. You too seven twenty nine thirteen ten. Kfi KFI Wa the whole sports story in northern Colorado the state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten. Kfi K. after mornings with gale's stay tuned for the Dan Patrick show the whole show and the herd with Colin Cowherd Oland Thirteen Ten K. K. Remember the couple and all the consternation over Georgia governor Brian Kemp reopening the state of Georgia. Well.
Top Day Trip Destinations from Tokyo
"We spoke we were talking about getting in and out of Tokyo some of the things to do and Tokyo and we kinda hinted at other areas that we could explore the which are either day-trips outside of Tokyo or areas. That are arranged getaways. Exactly exactly so usually Tokyo is a good hub to start from. It's accessible you can get in and out of IT EASY. Great hotels lots of stuff to do. But if you're adventurous and you WANNA head on outside of Tokyo. There's some really cool places at Tokyo when you go to Japan right well. Yeah I mean there's there's plenty to do and to do in Tokyo but if time allows exactly so we wanted to share with your couple of short trips that you can easily take you in and out of a Tokyo and we're GonNa hit you know several of those cities so last we talked we were talking about getting around via Jr. the Japanese rail and within Tokyo even from all the major airports you can get into Tokyo central really really easily. And when you hit stations like Tokyo station or even Shinjuku or Yokohama. There are Shinkon San or the the bullet trains that can take you to all other parts of Japan. And so we're gonNA talk about you. Know How you cruise around from Tokyo to other places using the railroad jerry. Easy probably the most convenient way to do it. Is Well well. I've always taken a car over my grandpa drove or my dad. Or however you remember Susan when we've traveled as family that we've always kind of jumped on. We have a car as well but Wisconsin took the Shinkansen to bigger family right so anyway so the first one that we WANNA hit. This is the city call. Hakuna I'm sure a lot of people have seen this word on a guidebooks more from friends or people who's been there. It's a very popular destination. It's an easy weekend getaway in Japan when we talk about Hakuna. Japanese people have to hit hot spring over very well known area. It's a it's a hot spring resort area it right and then you can see a beautiful Mount Fuji. Oh my gosh now. In good reason why. That's the center. Excuse me hot. Spring areas because Mount Fuji is there and IT'S A. It's still a dorm but it's an active volcano if you will. It's the tallest in Japan that is correct. Fuji IS THE HIGHEST VOLCANO IN JAPAN. At over three thousand seven hundred meters or twelve thousand feet and is the second highest volcano in an oven island in all of Asia. I'm an international treasury. Yes absolutely in. It is one of the more prominent symbols of Japan. Yes Yup it's so pretty and it's worth going. Who's the Hukou on Easel National Park Now? I sound very Japanese. It's west of Tokyo. If you look at the map of Japan right right and it takes about eighty five minutes an hour and a half or two hours if you take a probably the easiest way you WanNa take a train is by Docu or Docu. Od A K Y you railway docu railway operates. It runs between Tokyo Shinjuku Station to GonNa Yumoto station. Okay and one way journey. I think there are a couple of different types of nanny. It's a limited express right right and then the other one is a little bit slower Express trains coupon right. But I think it's like a little bit over my two thousand. Three hundred men check the rate. You know the latest one but It's it's a very reasonable and you can also take a bus in like I said I when I was younger. We always just drove. Takes a while on the traffic begins. We always travel during the holiday seasons. Four hours you know five hours Roy Moore. I know so. We highly recommend that. It's this whole amount area. The Hukou owner area in capacity hakuna shrine. Which is a Shinto shrine. And it's just a there are tons of hot springs. The food is great is easy access from Tokyo. I really really highly recommended such a pretty area to visit and there's such a variety of things to do over there as well. I mean not only do you have this magnificent view of famous Mount Fuji? I mean on a clear day. Perhaps you can see Mount Fuji and the distance from Tokyo. It is southwest of Tokyo. Roughly about one hundred kilometers southwest to Tokyo and again it dominates the western Side of the prefecture there. But when you get up towards it and you can see it in all its majestic beauty. It's quite breathtaking. Very lovely so just a few things. You know that I can point out the fun things to do the top attractions in Hukou Hukou hot springs. Oh my gosh is there are a lot of them so you like hot springs. I think it's like a must do and in from our talks about The shoe were big fans of average super clean. It's the scenery that surrounds hot springs and the hospitality. And it's multi course. Meal comes within. It's nothing like you know our Western style. Spa It's a very different immersive experiences. Definitely some you should check out. Troy experienced one hundred percent and other attractions. The other one is a good unease very very famous e you can also smell the so far though soul. I but it's the it's a crater created by the last major eruption of Mount Hakuna and one of the interesting thing is they sell these eggs as you see them everywhere throw in. It's called healthy eggs and and they believe it adds seven years to your life if you eat eggs about if you want to give a shot. Hey who can? Who can't use another seven years right? Come on yeah but but Walker done is actually quite a site. The big crater. It's interesting yeah. It's really quite something and when the weather is nice spring summertime fall is beautiful with leaves changing color one about lake. Ashi no go A. S. H. I. N. O. K. O. R. She no-go it's a lake. It's it's a Caldera Lake. It's just a picturesque. You get a beautiful view of Mount Fuji. You when you go there. There are a lot of like a boat trips that you can take. That's another run on. Luger attraction there that if you go to coney area I I really recommend that as one of the attractions you can go and check it out. Oh I haven't mentioned the the very famous Hakone Shrine Omega. Gosh Yes oh my God. This is so famous you need to go check it out right. It's it said it's located at the end of the lake. Ashi NOCCO that I just talked about It's in a forested area. You see lanterns and Tori literally you gauge. The regular dance right. Yeah it marks the entrance to the shrine And it's pretty impressive. That's really pretty absolutely and just to see those those gates as you know because I don't know something about that. It just reminds me of Japan. We've seen them in different shrines and stuff like that. Oh my God. Spectacular blends in with the scenery in a bill. Leads you to the entrance of the shrines. And it's just it's absolutely spectacular to
"caldera" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The human story and that's that's what I felt I could make a contribution you open the book in fact with a simple sentence nearly everything we understand about global warming was understood in nineteen seventy nine we're talking over forty years ago yeah I mean there's a great climate scientists and and Stanford and Ken caldera who told me that every semester he starts off his graduate classes with this trick question basically which is to say he asks the students to identify any developments in the fundamental science of climate change since nineteen seventy nine and of course nobody can do it because there haven't been any fundamental only keep Goodling yeah you'll find that yeah well there's been more data there's been there's more specificity and you know there's there's a the predictions are less hazy and when we talk about regional facts and things like that but no the basic science has been agreed upon since nineteen seventy nine I should say that the very fundamental science essentially the idea that CO two is a greenhouse gas and the more we burn fossil fuels the more CO two is in the atmosphere and and the more that will heat up the planet that's been understood since the nineteenth century and that's been happening through the industrial revolution we've had a almost is a two centuries of a solid burning of fossil fuel which did not exist previously right and not only has it been consistent but it's been rapidly accelerating over those the centuries to the point where there's been more common axe I'd contributed to the atmosphere since nineteen eighty nine which is when the action and that in my book ends that in all of civilization before that now following on that initial sentence shortly thereafter you write perhaps an even more important sentence and within it at a very important phrase say today almost nine out of ten Americans do not know that scientists agree well beyond the threshold of consensus there's the important one well beyond consensus it's not open for question you in beings have altered the global climate through indiscriminate burning of fossil fuels it's not a question of well we we look at look at the data looks pretty good and we it was it's a theory we know it is proven yeah we've known it for forty years and and there's been two masala consensus and that that's really why I felt that I didn't want to waste time engaging in that old debate about you know it it's over the science is really yeah I I thought that that has.
"caldera" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Six minutes after on John caldera welcome good evening we are live local I pride myself in not be asking you on anything so with that as my guidelines allow me to say I'm pretty certain there is no one listening that's right I don't even think you're there I I don't think you're there now I've been doing radio all my gosh same old enough now I see all my gosh and said oh my god the for twenty one years over two decades I have been doing radio for what was Jacor then clear channel then I heart and I just love it love it love it but I also know the realities of of programming in and what's known as counter programming right now you're you're watching the Superbowl larger and for those three people who were listening and and then just let themselves in the forehead going oh my god killed or just reminded me I could be watching the Superbowl now now I have negative Wister ship I don't know how old you actually get negative listenership but now I am certain I have negative listenership which means I'm gonna be like fifteen were listeners chest just to have zero listeners not too sure how all that works but here goes our three oh three seven one three eight two five five seven one three talk I believe that the Superbowl is as close to a shared cultural experience that that Americans have anymore I'm not saying that it's a good thing I'm saying that a kind of as a bad thing there used to be a time where Americans all watched the same thing at the same time or roughly did the same thing at the same time or roughly solve the same sort of program you've heard me talk about this too many times there was a time everybody knew when uncle Milton Berle was on was on the television we we got a little bit of that today only because there's some things that have been around so long they become background if you don't you know yeah there's a Simpsons that all right we got but how many has one watch the last cysts season of Simpson's probably not they have many so there's just very few things that we all do together that's partly because when the media started we had one two three stations we are just a couple of networks and that was it and so everybody watched the same thing roughly the same time you watched Walter Cronkite you're watching the same news at the same time right three oh three seven one three eight two five five seven one three talk so I had somebody my age talk about how they were humiliated by their their kids again order kids found them humiliating to be more precise when when they heard of a show and the parent have passed get this whoa whoa so when's it on and then and then you had to have the traditional mom it's on when ever you want it August in other words our kids today have an on demand world I want to watch road runner cartoons when I was a kid you wake up early on Saturday morning and you watch road runner cartoons.
The Latest: Sondland on ‘domestic political errand’
"Chris caldera who's an associate professor at the department of politics at Saint Anselm college says the Democrats certainly made their case this week on substance they are describing this very large effort to re direct policy for political ends up and are showing that they were able to observe it and the effects of it from a wide range of different vantage points but there was also this you said there needed to be a public announcement from the list if I may ask you simple question when did that happen never did never did Ohio congressman Jim Jordan and ambassador Sunland which cal Derry says was for the trump base aimed at keeping trump supporters on board shelling out there Washington
"caldera" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"On six thirty okay now the stuff I'm John caldera you've heard this before it's not a surprise to you been there done that so what do we do have to fight the battles my point is we're going to lose over time we're gonna lose overtime because the political culture is an anti gun culture the demographics are an anti gun demographic and even if you wish to and join people like me in open defiance of gun laws that we will not be disarmed great good for us until we die and then when our guns get passed on to the next generation what we expect them to do become criminals how do we pass them along here is the demographic problem we have more guns in America than ever before that is back freakin tacular the bad news is videos guns are concentrated into a smaller and smaller percentage of people who own them perhaps you new guys like some of my friends who during the Obama years tried to buy one gun a month Obama did more for gun sales than any president ever amber why because of fear of guns becoming band or more difficult to get we started hoarding guns you know who you are you probably have more guns then you probably will use that's not a bad thing you can never have too many guns trust me so how many guns do you have the answer is always not enough so what do you do you've got all these guns that's terrific that's not going to change the culture getting the guns into more responsible hands will change the culture if we want to change the culture so that in ten years anti gun policies don't have a chance of getting through legislatures how do we change culture now I think my personal story is a good one you've heard me say this a million times I used to be anti gun I used to be just as emotional as any progressive on anti gun issues I gave money to anti gun causes I hated guns why because guns apparently have free will guns were bad guns were evil guns were the same as a swastika they were obviously just hate and therefore therefore they needed to end and I wanted the unicorns to come and take away our guns there wasn't a bumper sticker that changed my mind there was not a five minute video that I watched that changed my mind it was my older brother who did all the brain damage who took two years patiently with me to explain guns get me more comfortable with guns take me shooting with guns to melt away the irrational fears I had about guns so that I could look at them objectively and then I bought my own first gotten now I have my arsenal which is way too small so what did my brother do he took somebody who should be a gun but was relatively anti gun and invested the time to move them over let's do the numbers on this if five million NRA members in the next two years convince somebody who.
"caldera" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"In fact the caldera super rough it could be a thousand plus times more powerful the mount Saint Helens in nineteen eighty at the same time distance applies for the next eruption isn't it between the last two were due any day now better book the trip quickly take place could be a bad day for all of us in time the obvious mostly is old faithful calautti erupting every forty forty one hundred twenty five minutes the visitor education center will tell you the next approximate time of eruption after that hit up old faithful and great spot for lunch it has its own Grand Canyon breathtaking beauty with pops of steam in a rainbow of colors the view from inspiration point could be the best Hayden valley is well known as one of the best locations to view wildlife in Yellowstone don't get too close grand prismatic spring is the largest hot spring in the U. S. third in the world its beauty is surreal rooms with the colors of red orange yellow green and blue okay not enough time to cover all that acreage but it's well worth the trip the absolute best times to visit or a problem a in September to October for mild weather and fewer clouds old faithful like a good retirement plan in many ways you can faithfully count on the guaranteed income in your retirement so you have time to cover Yellowstone's two point two million acres on your retirement road trip Dave let me ask you this have you have you been to Yellowstone before I never have a always wanted to go but I tell you there were some a lot alarming video that live in your old girl I think getting sacked behind a buffalo.
White House orders greater access to files on FBI informant: New York Times
"In in the drought a former suny polly founder and president of len caldera's federal jury in manhattan convicting on all counts bidrigging euros received the verdict at four thirty five this afternoon in the courtroom on the twenty sixth floor of the daniel p moynihan us courthouse the jurors convicted caldera's of rigging the bids on state contracts in governor cuomo's buffalo billion initiative that was intended to revive the economies of western and central new york jury green with prosecutors that call gyros and three codefendants rig the bids of state contracts worth more than eight hundred fifty million dollars to favor developers in buffalo and syracuse getting word or reported abduction in north greenbush last night was made up in the twelve year old girl has recanted her statement reports last night of a suspicious man in a vehicle in the snyder's lake area twelve year old said she was walking in the lake meadows neighborhood about eight forty five said she was approached by a man in a grey car with a beat up paint job said the man attempted to learn at the car but she ran away again north greenbush police issuing a statement after four o'clock saying the girl has said she made up the story and she's recanted the story attacks against fbi agent peter struck get personal on capitol hill fox's john decker has more from the white house texas republican congressman louie gohmert questioned the credibility of fbi agent peter struck by bringing up the ferry ad with former fbi employees lisa page how many times did you look so innocent into your wife's and lied to her about so mr chairman this outrageous ability his shame that question raised loud protests from democrats struck maintain that he was being truthful with the house oversight committee has said that he never let his personal opinions of the president influences work at the fbi at the white house jon decker fox news.
Colorado, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Ashby and Dr Chris Carey discussed on Colorado's Morning News
"Payment to attorney michael cohen during the two thousand sixteen run up to the presidency president trump has denied filtering money to cohen for a payout two adult film star stormy daniels we have seen that interview on air force one time and time again where he is asked about that hush money that one hundred thirty thousand dollars paid stormy daniels and he has said no talk to michael cohen he's my lawyer so now buried in in a footnote on page forty five of of all these documents is his mandatory mandatory personal financial disclosure report so there are a lot of questions at hand right now abc's kira phillips reporting president trump will meet with nato's secretary general today the two are expected to talk about north korea's threat to pull out of the upcoming summit with president trump during a photo op yesterday he said we'll see what happens north korea is upset about joint military exercises that are being conducted by the us and south korea the north is also apparently unhappy about trump's insistence they need to denuclearize denver health medical center will soon be the only hospital in colorado to offer male to female gender reassignment surgery it will also be one of the only only ones in the country to do that as well dr chris carey is learning the surgery and says it can be miraculous for those who elect to get it done waiting entire lives as long as i can remember for these types of surgeries lifechanging denver health already has about one hundred people on its waiting list beginning in july the hospital expects to perform one two surgeries each week on hawaii's big island earthquakes and bulk cannock fog adding to the threats from hawaii kellaway of volcano a four point four magnitude quake shook the volcano main caldera yesterday damaging roads and buildings at hawaii volcanoes national park ashby looms from the volcano set off a red alert for aircraft and raise the threat of acid rain in the region another big threat the toxic smog belching out of over twenty cracks in the earth that have opened up over just the past two weeks movie goers are excited to get to see a superhero again this time he'll likely take down avengers infinity war the more r rated comic book rajini deadpool.
"caldera" Discussed on KOMO
"The editor's desk it's good to have you with us as we take a look at some today's top stories north korea's state run media is calling us secretary of state mike pompeo's visit a successful one and for the first time mentioning plans for the two countries leaders to hold a summit geologists say hawaii's kilowatt volcano could erupt explosively and send boulders rocks and ash into the air around its summit caldera in the coming weeks there's a new book that attempts to explain the birth of geek culture and where it goes from here komo sue romero has the story the book is called i find your lack of faith disturbing star wars and the triumph of geek culture author eighty jameson speaking at the top forty years of key culture ever since you know came out and the impact that had on on keith he says since geek culture has become mainstream it's not enough for self proclaimed nerds to just wear a captain america tshirt shirt and call it good they wanna live in their phantom universes now they want to know the elfish languages and own the light sabers and juan's middle earth or pandora or starship enterprise actual bill kind of go and project pulp into the artwork in that's how hardcore fans might separate themselves from the oh yeah i've seen that movie types they live and breathe kind of stuff so part of the pleasure of the confession of being overwhelmed they're getting too much take into the door the jamison says the book isn't just for geeks it's for the friends of geeks who can't quite understand why they might be arguing in real life who would win a battle between a jet and a wizard to help you know make sense of speaks for non geek bonus points if you can remember the exact scene in which the title of jameson book comes.
"caldera" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The peak caldera earlier in the show on the yankees got a little uh insight there as to what's going on in the sea who day and up keeping on the roster if you wanna get that extra year of service time for torahs then he probably will not be on the roster to start the season regardless of how he plays at weli plays in spring training assuming he plays well as frank training the becomes tyler austin tyler wade and clint frazier clint frazier very much a longshot because jacoby els berry has nowhere else he can play so he's going to be on the roster and you'll have gardner and stanton and hicks and judge so you've got five outfielders now you gotta get basically you got roll mine and sanchez so that seven and you've got twelve pitchers that's nineteen lead you six infielders so you six infielders probably will be depending on what happens with add to our will probably be bird with drury and teret as were goria's andrew har and either way to roster i would assume with torahs not starting up with the big club for the service time that would be my guess but will have games for you come up this week in amman after ballgame this weekend saturday and sunday so yagi baseball returns and maybe brandin jury will have won the jury lane the muffin that moslem men muffin matt susan at oh he hit the after drury lane fran a massive peak was next on the fact up what's up buddy out all high fran how are you good i got was the founder still backed i talk to you i mean and i you know you i try to guide you to go crazy i did the outset he's so much and i just uh that's all i just maybe the way i work out of the who what where we talking about biz talk about in the broad and i was saying i was just saying that and i don't want to argue with you having i call on your all guys just was saying that you should keep it on the table law right right right right right now no you know you guys know each there it's fair and you know what it's a sensitive and there are a lot of people that agree with you.
"caldera" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Irri bill welcome you're john caldera tight on time in hey hey john i used to work for a what are your sponsors goldline so you're analogy is good but it accurate and it's kinda like this you can help me out by you by looking at the spot price of gold and silver but when you consider what a twenty outs twenty dollar gold piece was with one ounce of gold and a dollar was one ounce of silver silver dollar we lost those twenty dollars gold pieces hitting the 30's we lost this silver dollars in the 70s so we you can look at your inflationary times has those breaks in time so look at this series catalogue the sears cataloguing the needs you could get a suit for about twenty bucks and it was a really nice suit for the day for twenty box but that suit now that really really really nice suit the one like michael brown would wear not likely you would wherever like ford where would be 1500 bucks which is about what a balance of gold is today i think i'm not sure a genius look at the spot price and the same would go with silver now the basement is the other side roman empire to be their silver and the problem was trying to tell them how the pieces of silver but they were really doing it was sort changing it they billy i gotta run you hear the music is good stuff i gotta run 300 three seven one three eight two five five seven one three talk and let me make it clear michael brown suits are all lied on polyester i'm john.
"caldera" Discussed on Channel 955
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"caldera" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
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"caldera" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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"caldera" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"At neguev to evergreen talk to mary mary welcome here with john caldera i hi there i'm so glad you brought that and i guess level that you have to say and my comment is show me what these players can actually dying beside wheeling down on a field which has nothing to do with improving no lives poor black people in the community well how are they going to the high school many of which have seventy to seventy five per share um young black boy who are dropping out of school and what are they doing to encourage these people that can go all get a good education are day going out to their schools are day encouraging them could be better readers and daddy there math fat you know are they doing it became can kneeling on the field john has gnashing can do where improving the lives of the poor on blacks in the community mary i understand your point and i love the idea that perhaps they would taken me in favor of educational choice if you really want to help innercity kids get them out of the failing government schools put no that's that's not the issue that's not nearly as sexually identifying did enjoyable to see that trump is going to have this way while he can't do anything in congress why congress january under in congress at.
"caldera" Discussed on KGO 810
"Com start time that's eliasson and excitement of caldera's lindahl lairs is good afternoon i'm nick humidor out of the las vegas sheriff now says they found eighteen additional firearms explosives several thousand rands of ammo at las vegas she two thousand mesquite nevada police are working four scenes the mandalay bay hotel round the concert venue the housing miskeyed and another house in not nevada the death toll has risen by one to fifty nine dead and there are five hundred twenty seven injured and the owner of a gun shop in myskina vata's says las vegas shooter bought firearms there and never gave any indication that he might have an unstable began to guitars at general manager said the 64yearold gunmen showed no signs of being unfit to buy by the guns and the senate confirmed president trump's nominee to serve as chairman of the federal communications commission the vote was four g pie who has served as commissioner since 2012 the nomination turned into a proxy fight over obama era net neutrality rules that were established in 2015 those rules it means serviceproviders such as rising eight tnt and comcast must treat all content the same and not favour their on websites and apps over others such as a movie streaming service pie has tried to roll back the rules try more than twenty two million comment and i are from democrats business report brought to you by krahn four news now with three hours a primetime news eight pm nine p m ten pm from.
"caldera" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Emergence of aaron judge who saw that coming to the extent that rather than the best player in baseball this year and sanchez herding in and not quite living up to what he did last year who could but still had a very high level and then he get clint frazier who is not ready now ready not mature you know he wouldn't could is hereon spring training and then there's a story the ask for mickey mantle's number seven and you know that that i guess we're for half their as one of our guests p caldera's joining us later if that's true warned not but but you know the everybody that's written about a man kids khaki cannon attitude okay so apparently when he was informed in the dugout on friday night that he would be called up to the big club as manager took him aside said a luck couple of things to remember one of them is you've got a blend in the clubhouse don't try to attract attention yourself your plane for the new york yankees that's enough and work on your base running work on your pitch selection he gave him a very clear map as to what you need to do to become a major league hitter majorleague ballplayer a new york personality the and play baseball at a high level and according to the quotes frazier took a dart said yeah i learned militay i learned a little bit of humility that i needed so let's see if it sticks and if it doesn't stick in he's matt harvey two let's say the dark her night or whatever we want a goal of you can't calm the darker nyse got red hair the red night there you go get the black night the white knight red night sounds like a local college right anyway so if he's becomes the red night and he hits a double on home run like he did yesterday you'll deal with it the handke's will say well it's very agnon key like we prefer our guys a little bit more down but we'll deal with it but and a big but here the yankee bullpen has blown fifteen.
"caldera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The news continues in portugal the violent forest fires claimed at least forty three lives several firefighters were among the sixty injured more from cbs's larry miller at the foreign desk in london most of those killed were trapped in their cars fleeing the raging forest fire others died trying to make a break for safety this region of of central portugal is suffering a dry hundred and four degrees heat wave a lightning strike in the heavily forested area may have sparked the fire which then spread quickly and violently on four fronts seven hundred firefighters are struggling to put out the blaze spain is sending waterbombing planes portugal's prime minister describes the fire as the country's the biggest human tragedy for years larry miller cbs news london and here in the united states residents had to evacuate their homes in new mexico because of a fire near the boundary of the santa fe national forest and the valley's qalad caldera a national preserve the whole community of luck waiver is pitching in their help in martin of key are q e reports sky news thirteen shows flame staying away from their properties he can't really do heidi down zones will acquire a lodge she's in housing evacuees while firecrews battled the fire the whole communities is getting together and doing whatever they can for everybody else as residents continue to play the waiting game they've thankful to have locals that go the extra mile for others it's a because i really did want us and many more days fully because of that fire remains under investigation the french head back to the polls today for the second round of elections for the five hundred and seventy seven seat national assembly french president emmanuel macron fourteen month fourteen month old republic on the move party is expected to win a big majority more than four 100seat crowds gathered in the northern seaside town of lehto quit where mccrone cast his ballot national front leader monitoring low pain is voting in the town of hindin beaumont where she.