35 Burst results for "Chattanooga"

How to Respond to the Transgenderism Argument

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:26 min | 2 weeks ago

How to Respond to the Transgenderism Argument

"I had a question concerning the transgender argument. What do I ask my peers in order to basically shut down their transgender argument? And what reasons are to shut down the transgender argument? Yes, sir. If they bring it up. Sure. So it's a great question. So at the root of the transgender argument is a belief that you're feelings can dictate your reality. That is the basis of transgenderism. It is also a rejection of the absolute description of actually who you are as a person, right? So in order to properly expose the fraud of transgender movement or transgenderism, we must apply that to other facets of life, right? So if you can choose your gender, can you choose your age? If you could choose your gender, can you choose your species? Now, people might say, well, Charlie, those things are red herring arguments. They don't have anything to do with it. Of course they do. These are certifiable mental conditions that people have where they think they're younger than they actually are. Should a 50 year old who thinks that he's 50 year old should be able to compete in a youth soccer league with 8 year olds just because he feels that way. So at the core of transgenderism and I'm not making light of it, we should have compassion. We want Jesus for all these people. We want help and treatment for these people is a mental condition. Believing you are a separate gender than you are assigned from birth is called gender dysphoria.

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The Question That Charlie Gets Asked Non-Stop

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

The Question That Charlie Gets Asked Non-Stop

"Ron DeSantis runs against Trump, are you going to vote for it? Okay, so I get this. I get this question nonstop. And that really tells you something. It's like a fourth or 5th time I've got that question. Okay, I'll give you the same answer. I'll answer it personally, not on behalf of turning point. Let me answer it this way. So Ron DeSantis very well could be a once in a generation statesman. He could be a Lincoln or a Churchill, and he's been totally phenomenal and amazing. If they run against one another, I'm a loyal person. I'm a loyal person as someone who I've been honored to call a friend who I believe was a great president and would be a great president again. And let me tell you why. And this is not a slide at the Santa, obviously. I think he's wonderful. I think he'd be a good president, but I know Trump was a great president. And I'm a loyal person. I gave him my word that if he ran again, I would support him. I'm not a guy that does that and falters. You wouldn't want me to be that type of guy either, right? He's a person that when I had no following, no credibility. And kind of was just like this 21 22 year old. He saw something special in our movement and spoke at our events and invited me to The White House, and he really poured energy and time and resources into our movement. And I don't forget that. I don't just kind of discard it. That's not how I was raised, and I don't think that would be the right thing to do. And obviously you guys would make your own decisions in that regard, but I would say this, that if you win a presidency once, and then the second time you run, it's the most interfered with election in history with ballots going everywhere and Zuckerberg with $400 million. I believe you have earned the right to run for the presidency again, especially after the mess that we're seeing all around us.

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Being Compromising Is Not the Answer

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Being Compromising Is Not the Answer

"How much should we focus on rallying the base versus persuasion? Look, I will do persuasion, obviously. But I've changed my opinion on this where I used to kind of lessen down my message if I go to Berkeley. Look, I'm like at a ten out of ten no matter where I am. Too much time to worry about my audience and also I'm going to say what's true no matter where it is, right? Not exactly worry about curating my message. And you know what's amazing? I have been more blessed in a reaction and more people agreeing because here's what I learned this the heart, not the hard way, but someone came up to me after the event at birkeland. They said, I agreed with almost nothing you said. But the way you said it and the conviction and the passion, like you're great and I'm going to follow you. And really, and I realized that it's not as much about agreement. It can be, but it's actually a much bigger picture than that, right? And are we serious? And that's being compromising is not the

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Charlie Is a Blunt-Force Instrument With Millennial Pastors

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | 2 weeks ago

Charlie Is a Blunt-Force Instrument With Millennial Pastors

"So look on the millennial pastor thing. I'm the first one to tell you. I'm like a blunt force instrument. I don't really have a lot of patience for them. You asked how effective I don't know how effective I'm being with millennial pastors. Probably not very. I'll be very honest. And I'll tell you why. I'll tell you why, because I'm a Christian that is in the political world. And it's kind of my day job. So I get the politics thing. I get the philosophy thing, but doing it for a decade. I know it pretty well. And yet, so then, but then there's these Christian pastors that start to kind of come into my world. With the kind of moral righteousness that comes with it, trying to tell me about risso in ideology or crime statistics in New York or critical race theory. I'm like, slow down, pal. All right? You can go do your eschatology thing. And I won't disagree with you, okay? Stay in your lane. And so when they kind of cross that Rubicon, I'm like, all right, tough guy. Like, you want to go tell me that America's racist to the core. Like, that's not going to end well for you. Now again, they don't talk to me because they know it won't end well for them. So I try to seek them out. And it's got come with mixed results.

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School Boards: What to Do When You're 'Wrestling a Cobweb'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 2 weeks ago

School Boards: What to Do When You're 'Wrestling a Cobweb'

"Hi, my name's John baker and I'm running for the school board at this time for district 6. For the last four or 5 months I've been studying the budgets. I've been studying the organization. I've been talking to people inside and outside the school system. And when you describe the evil, the good and evil. I'm seeing that, but what it's like and it's like wrestling with a cobweb. How do you deal with that? It's a great analogy. Well, I'm going to use that. So how do you deal with it? So you need to try to build a majority on your school board if you win, which is easier said than done. Then you have to, before you take office, because you're not yet a school board member, is that right? Okay. You have to make a decision that you are going to put what is right above what is likeable. Or what is popular. And then you have to understand, as a school board member, they will demagogue. They will delay. They will fill a buster. They will do everything they possibly can. But you as a school board member have a lot of power. And creating an inside out access between you as a school board member and an active parent group is what's been missing. So you have to be getting information and then leaking it to parents to get angry at the school board meetings. And vice versa,

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The Power of Honoring the Sabbath

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | 2 weeks ago

The Power of Honoring the Sabbath

"Just wanted to ask as I've gotten more and more involved in politics and watching podcasts. I listen to two or three podcasts today. Option times. How do you keep your heart from getting hardened and wanting to be Jesus flipping over the tables, but like 24/7. Yeah, well, that's a great question. I'll give you a biblical answer to it. Last July, I was having a very difficult time. So with this. So I do three podcasts a day. I do three hours of radio a day. I spoke at 330 places last year on the road. We have 250 people on staff, got to raise a bunch of money, plus I got to deal with all the fun people The New York Times trying to destroy my life every single day, right? Amongst other things. So it's a lot, right? And not to mention, not exactly an uplifting news cycle, the last year and a half, right? It's just another kind of awful thing that one of the other. And I was talking to a pastor friend of mine in New York City. I was telling him this. And he just asked me, said, are you honoring the Sabbath? I said, no, I like I'm kind of doing a Sabbath ish thing, right? Kind of very, you know. And he said, you should really consider it. And so I did. And so every Friday night, I took a Jewish Sabbath. I turned my phone off completely. I'm unreachable, unreachable by the world. And from Friday night to Saturday night. And so I started doing it. It was really hard at first, but I just do it religiously, regardless of where I am. No one can contact me. No one can. And I just read a take notes, whatever. And it's been an unbelievable blessing.

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What Else Can You Do to Support the Conservative Cause?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

What Else Can You Do to Support the Conservative Cause?

"All of you have done what has been asked of you. The last couple of months and years. You watch Tucker Carlson, right? You bought the pillow, like you've done everything that's been asked of you, right? You have like a closet full of silver, you have that weird chair that goes up this. You don't even know what it does, but you bought it. You reverse mortgage your home. Like you've done everything, right? And you've given all your Friends pillows, I don't even know what these pillows do, but he keeps telling me to buy the pillow. And now you're like, okay, now it's what I'm going to do beyond that. I'm going to run for office. I'm homeschooling my kids. I'm going to learn about what's happening around me, right? I'm going to contest for righteousness. And I know that this is going to be a long-term project. And that is the kind of takeaway, isn't it? Which is the news that you might not want to hear, but for the grandparents out there, you might not see this whole thing get back to where you want to see it. And that might not be what you came to hear tonight. But not seeing God's chosen people come to the promised land happen to one of our most favorite figures in the Bible. But you just look at your grandkids and say, are you worth it? Because I want them to go live in a free country, right? But here's the brutal honest truth. The insidious forces of darkness we're talking about, they've been plotting for multiple decades with what they're doing right now. You think this woke stuff just happened overnight? No, they built institutions. They infiltrated. We are now just finally waking up. That is the unintended benefit from COVID. Is this great awakening?

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Charlie Sees Such Great Promise Across the Country

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | 2 weeks ago

Charlie Sees Such Great Promise Across the Country

"You asked a question about what I'm seeing. I'm seeing such great promise across the country. When we visit college campuses at turning point USA, we have a big problem. We can't find rooms big enough to be able to fit all the kids that want to show up to our events. At Berkeley, Cal Berkeley, everybody, the liberal epicenter, and look, I'm very sensitive to spiritual oppression. When you go to Berkeley, I literally brought a guy that does deliverance with me. Victor marks. You might know him. He's special. Has he ever spoke at this church? Oh, he should. He's great. I brought my own deliverance guy, okay? It's like some people will bring a personal trainer. You got to bring a delivery sky when you go to Berkeley. And we, there were people knocking on the Windows trying to get into our event at Berkeley that wanted to hear what we had to say. Couldn't find a room big enough. Same problem at Boulder. Same problem at Fullerton. Where was I last night? Yeah, and Milwaukee last night with Candace Owens. And we had so many people, the great Candace Owens. And we had so many people wanting to come in. And the polling shows this, by the way, the polling shows that most young people are dissatisfied with the regime, 21% approval rating of Joe Biden, but it's deeper than this the politics, right? That's just kind of their complaint against what's happening. There is a curiosity. There's a yearning.

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Charlie Describes the Awakening He's Witnessing Across the USA

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Charlie Describes the Awakening He's Witnessing Across the USA

What Happens When the Base of a Party Knows More Than Its Leaders?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 3 weeks ago

What Happens When the Base of a Party Knows More Than Its Leaders?

"There's something happening worldwide and we've been talking about this theme and I really want to focus on this theme as we kind of get kicked off today, which is the theme of the big trying to crush the small or the few trying to crush the many. What we're seeing this play out on a global stage. In one month, the World Economic Forum will be meeting in Davos, Switzerland, the World Economic Forum, of course, they are the authors, and they are the attempted implementers of the great reset. We've talked at great length about the great reset, and it's interesting as I was having dinner last evening with pastor Frank and Shawnee, the wonderful pastors here at calvary chapel, Chattanooga. We got to talking and they asked me, what percentage of Republican office holders could tell you what the great reset is? And I'd say probably less than 10%, I want you to think about that less than 10% of people that we send to Congress could tell you in any detail what the great reset is. However, a vast majority of grassroots activists and the base of the party could tell you what the great reset is. They could tell you at least some of the goals of the World Economic Forum that they want you to own nothing and be happy. But they want to keep borders completely wide open that they want to bring western values to a breaking point that meat will be a delicacy that will no longer be enjoyed daily that it will be basically will be a meatless society. All these are different types of promises, some would say they are predictions. I would say it's a little bit more of a goal of the World Economic Forum. But I was thinking about this late last night, which is if the base of the party knows more than the leaders, what does that tell you? Now, on its surface that's a very troubling development or a very troubling fact that the base of the party knows more than the people they actually send to Washington, D.C.. But I actually look at it differently. I actually think there's something very positive. I think it's very promising. It might not be promising immediately, but it means eventually we are going to get people into leadership that understand the global implications of what is happening all around us.

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Edwards scores 25 to power Houston past UAB in NCAA opener

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Edwards scores 25 to power Houston past UAB in NCAA opener

"No upsets Friday in the NC double a south region games in Pittsburgh seven seed Ohio state began the day with a fifty four forty one win over Loyola Chicago each in the delta sixteen points ten boards for the Buckeyes hopefully we came on and did a great job on the divas and great communication and I feel like we played as tonight play like underdogs got to keep playing like that because people make on this up big time so we're gonna same Isaac come next game will next face to see Villanova which one eighty sixty over Delaware Justin Moore with twenty one for the Wildcats four seed Illinois took its first lead with under a minute to go surviving an upset bid from Chattanooga fifty four fifty three Kofi Cockburn had seventeen points and thirteen boards Illinois next place number five Houston which took down you A. B. eighty two sixty eight Kyler Edwards dropped in twenty five I'm Josh Rowntree

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So Many Alerts (MM #3894)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 months ago

So Many Alerts (MM #3894)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason I know I've talked about amber alerts before, and they're very important and very beneficial at times. But I found because we live in Tennessee and we have multiple interstates running through Nashville. It's almost like you lose track of these amber alerts because they're going off all the time. Here in Nashville, we've got three major interstates, north and south, you got interstate 65, northwest to southeast interstate 24, and then from west to east or east to west interstate 40. And that means a lot of drug trafficking, a lot of people trafficking and a lot of amber alerts. We'll get amber alerts maybe three or four times a week about things that are going on just north of the border in Kentucky, somewhere over in severe Bill or in Knoxville, or Chattanooga over on the east side of the state, and you can't keep track. You want to believe amber alerts are good things, but I'm afraid that if you get too many in one week, you just lose track of them. The potential for the system is great, but I think they've got to try something different or fix something to make it that much better. Because I'll be honest with you every time an amber alert goes off, I tend to tune out now because I just heard one. Sometimes hours earlier.

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So Many Alerts (MM #3894)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 months ago

So Many Alerts (MM #3894)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason I know I've talked about amber alerts before, and they're very important and very beneficial at times. But I found because we live in Tennessee and we have multiple interstates running through Nashville. It's almost like you lose track of these amber alerts because they're going off all the time. Here in Nashville, we've got three major interstates, north and south, you got interstate 65, northwest to southeast interstate 24, and then from west to east or east to west interstate 40. And that means a lot of drug trafficking, a lot of people trafficking and a lot of amber alerts. We'll get amber alerts maybe three or four times a week about things that are going on just north of the border in Kentucky, somewhere over in severe Bill or in Knoxville, or Chattanooga over on the east side of the state, and you can't keep track. You want to believe amber alerts are good things, but I'm afraid that if you get too many in one week, you just lose track of them. The potential for the system is great, but I think they've got to try something different or fix something to make it that much better. Because I'll be honest with you every time an amber alert goes off, I tend to tune out now because I just heard one. Sometimes hours earlier.

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Ben Goertzel on the Development of Sophia the Robot

Eye On A.I.

02:03 min | 9 months ago

Ben Goertzel on the Development of Sophia the Robot

"I'm very interested in the end. The drive by many researchers in two unsupervised lowering different forms of unsupervised learning i. I'd like to hear generally your thoughts on unsupervised yourself supervised learning that doesn't depend on label data and then personally i'd like to hear what's going on with because i see you on the internet all the time but i've talked a lot to people in the chat bot world and adult understand what's going on with severe because i know that chad pods are not that sophisticated is to feel truly connected to in a i that when you see to it is speaking back is a topic that people are very confused about in in many different directions thinking. It's more than is unless than sophia obviously hansen's creation more so than mine i was i led the software team I two years in the first thing i understand. That's a hardware cloud one ansett a mushy platform as its lexical leaking control that same robot when a host of different software systems friends. If you're a naive observer watching if any the robot there's really no way to tell what's going on behind the scenes in any given was affairs on a major talk show is something may be less entirely scripted advent. Of course the humans many entirely certain advanced also reading a script reading off from there could also sometimes need some of in chattanooga by and large in such encounters. There's a lot of scripting ghoneim associate standing out by giving a speech to the un or something. there's a lot of just type in soviet is reciting. That's not a very cool robot.

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Dissecting the Diverse Applications of Voice and Conversational Interfaces

VOICE Global 2021

02:57 min | 1 year ago

Dissecting the Diverse Applications of Voice and Conversational Interfaces

"Let's talk a little bit about Conversation all space whether it's voice or Chat interfaces and if can you share a little bit with us about how you view that at the at the design center there do you view conversational interfaces sort of holistically and then whether it's voice or chat than it breaks down from there or do you view voice and chat as two separate channels to question so maybe let me may become with the way that we approached it originally and then i'll try to answer the voice versus check questions so we were really excited with what The amazon alexa team ruled out early. On which was the ability to purchase and pay for anything with the card on file most likely visa card Giving rise of our company and our market share and and so we were really excited. That technology rolled out. We also heard that. The verification method which to us is a very It's the thing that we spent decades on to make sure we get right. Was this audible. Four digit pin in. We understood that was like absolutely the way to do it. That was the right solution for the right time or like well. Can we hit rate on this. A little bit and see where we can go and so we took voice as an opportunity to potentially be biometric modality and reinforce how we would verify the customer to initiate that payment transaction and ultimately we found his voice as a verification method. An-and identification method in certain respects. Just not quite there yet and it may or may not ever be there however it has a lot of applicable in other use cases and we wanted to make sure we knew as much as we needed to about the space to be able to apply it in different ways and so when it comes to chat. We're trying to label like educating helping our partners understand how chattanooga faces work utilizing natural language processing and then obviously that natural handover win. The voice voices the input method as opposed to the keyboard. And how those two play together. And i think the fundamental things that we've learned our it really just waiting for the customer to figure out and tell us what they prefer right We actually just spoke with the company couple of weeks ago where they're bringing more humans into the automated interface not less. They're actually going the other way. They're saying that there is more to augment multiple human interactions with chat whether it's voice or keyboard style interface four the data input then there's more value in bringing more humans in there is less and so our prediction was obviously in an l. P. is gonna start getting the world of customer servicing and. This company is absolutely shown us the opposite

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Voice in Education wit Juie Daniel Davis

The Future is Spoken

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Voice in Education wit Juie Daniel Davis

"I have a really really special guest judy. Down was will come really. Thank you for having me excited to be with you. Yeah it's our pleasure definitely so do they tell us about your background. Yeah so i actually have degrees in both accounting. An education had a full career in accounting and then decided. I wanted to be a teacher who taught accounting and honestly never had that opportunity. My first stocks that opened that were to teach computers. And that opened up a world to me that i've been riding ever since so for fifteen years. I was at the same school where children had gone to school. Or we're going to school. The time and i early retired from there last year with a the title director of instructional technology in innovation. Now i am an adjunct professor at the university of tennessee in chattanooga and i'm teaching educational technology courses to graduate level students and having just use technology in really good ways for classroom use and on in the midst of be the director of instructional technology and innovation. One of my roles was to really look at emerging technology and be aware of it. So that i could kind of be thinking through. What is this look like. Is this going to impact education or should it impacted education. So that's kind of how i got involved with. The voice industry was really interested in the fact that a device could connect to the world at such a low price point and i felt like that could really solve some equity issues for school systems. So as i started working bought my first advice tried it out in the middle school classroom and win no way. Am i speaking at busy. I'm a middle schoolers. And since then that was the very first tall cylinder alexa device since then just really been helping teachers intentionally use voice in ways to just support the learning. That's going on in their classroom.

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Birthday Party Horror: 11 Hurt, 2 Critical in Restaurant Deck Collapse

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Birthday Party Horror: 11 Hurt, 2 Critical in Restaurant Deck Collapse

"Collapse of a restaurant deck in Tennessee. If you look at your screen and you're washing, watching wish right now, you can see the aftermath happened into town just north of Chattanooga. Authorities say the restaurant was hosting a birthday party at the time and that more than 40 people may have been on the deck when it fell. Local authorities say two of the people are critically injured. Fivethirtyeight. Now we're

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Interview With Per Ottosson, CEO Of Artificial Solutions

The Voicebot Podcast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Per Ottosson, CEO Of Artificial Solutions

"Parrado said welcome to the voice. Podcast thank you. brett secrete. Beer was wonderful to have you. You are relatively new artificial solutions. But you've been in the industry for a long time having a long tenure at ip soft. So you know a lot about the conversational. Ai space and it's a great time for us to be talking to you given that you've just taken over the helm of artificial solutions and sort of moving into this new direction. So i guess. Probably the first thing i would ask you to do. Is maybe introduce yourself a little bit to the listeners. And tell maybe how you got into the conversational. Ai space in and how you're influenced by maybe some of the things that you did before that absolutely so i'm a i'm a swede but i worked most of my life. I either founded companies. That were focusing. Us and europe. Or i worked in american companies. That were focusing. Us and europe and it's always been within the space of software. So that's my. That's my niche. An coming into a software industry is purely. Because i'm also interested in. I was interested in programming. And haven't done that in quite some time. But i was when i went to a what i went to high and gradually this became something that i really read about started to study all the different companies. And that's what have been in that industry since. I exited university my My first run. In with conversationally. I was i was at ip soft. And i report the cheating debate. The old time at i be solve. Chattanooga say is an absolutely inspiring innovator and that chetan started talking about baking the ultimate nations. We had into something conversational and and using that your language and started putting focus on that and the the sort of that which was called emilia one dollars. Zero was I would say seven eight maybe even nine years ago and At the time we will quite big on automation so we were probably and i would say from a software perspective the biggest automation play in the in the it operations space

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"chattanooga" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"chattanooga" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

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"chattanooga" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"chattanooga" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Our trail of tears. And there's where weak or a decadent where Americans which means road trip history buffs, one minute amnesiac the next We want to remember except when we want to forget. Barden may by is that the Chattanooga Choo Choo register at the Chattanooga Choo Choo, the Chattanooga Choo choo to It's a hotel, now a gloriously hokey, beautifully restored Holiday Inn, in which the lobby is the ornate dome of the old train station in the rooms or turn of the century rail cars parked out on the tracks were in giggles Thie entire night for the simple reason. That the phrase Choo Choo is completely addictive way try to work it into every sentence. What should we do for dinner? Stay here. A teacher Chu Way end up going out for barbecue, saying this's good, but I can't wait to get back to the tutu. We watched the X files in our train car, commenting Is it just me or is this show even better in the future? Do I send email from my laptop? Just so that I can write greetings from the Chattanooga Choo to exclamation point number of times. I just said 2 to 7 number of choose 14. Sadly, we check out of the tutu and drive across town to Ross's landing. It used to be where John Ross is very service carried people across the Tennessee River. But in 18 38. It was one of the starting points for the water route of the trail, tears. I stand on the sand and read a weathered historical marker Established about 18 16 by John Ross. Some 370 yards east of this point It consisted of a ferry warehouse and landing Cherokee parties left from the landing for the west in 18 38. Same year, The growing community took the name Chattanooga, and I'm sure there's no connection at all between those two points. That sounds so nice lead left for the West. Bye. I haven't mentioned that. Ross's landing also functions as Chattanooga's tourist center..

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"chattanooga" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"chattanooga" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

"You Know Towel Works Ibero pursuit coming to new podcast. So so tim I Kinda WanNa take back into direction that you had mentioned literally you know talking about. How it was illegal to distill at some point, you talked about some a voter pass that had to happen Kinda talk about what that did, what was the catalyst that sort of made that movement happened like were you a big proponent behind it or like you dysle- like this thing pass. Let's go ahead and start moving. No I would I I do believe that a myself and Co founder were the catalyst we We wanted to bring distilling back to Chattanooga for the first time in one hundred years. So did you grow up in Chattanooga like I? Did it okay born and raised awesome. The only time I really spent away from Chattanooga for the most part. Was You know when was college so? So, yeah. The when we started we've you know when when charity Whiskey was founded in two thousand eleven. it was about telling the kind of the story of the history of distilleries and Chattanooga, and it was about how we eventually wanted to still bring stealing back Chattanooga. But the laws weren't I mean people didn't know about the laws for the most part and it really goes across most the state of Tennessee with the exception of two, thousand nine. There was a bill that went through and that opened up a handful of counties in Tennessee, and that was kind of the beginning of the craft. distilling movement in Tennessee and two, thousand nine. Nashville was one of the areas that was approved to still back then. But for the majority of state Tennessee still was Prohibited So in Chattanooga Bean. You know kind of when we came along a couple of years later at the center of of that the attention center of attention of the whole. Craft. distilling movement because we wanted to make legal in Chattanooga but the only way that we could do that is if we made it legal really in the rest of the state of Tennessee, we thought it was only GonNa be a county like, hey, why don't you just the two thousand nine bill just adopt a ham handed county which new into the two, thousand, nine bill and it just wasn't going to be that easy even though we still had to go through a county vote. So we created a campaign called the vote with campaign. Say We that was me and my co founder that created that. And the reason that we created the whiskeys because people just didn't know enough and they they weren't going to do the research on their own and it was very difficult to get the message out there. So we just needed something creative and loud. To galvanize community support so. We started that. Shortly after we were founded and the laws didn't change until two, thousand, thirteen, it was spring of twenty thirteen. So so you founded a company basically trying to create something that was already is going to be illegal and just like hope down the line that this was gonna come Russian basically, we did what was what was Who's exciting and we were young and passionate of had to take take it on and. and we believe in the mission and we had a lot of community support but was kind of interesting about it is in two thousand and eleven. Shortly after we found out, we were packaging together our raw materials because we wanted to sell Chattanooga whiskey. But the only way we can sell charity whiskeys, we source the product, and so there were not a lot of. Not a lot of third party manufacturers out there a contract manufacturers out there that supplied whiskey and two thousand eleven. and. We we found a handful and one of them was L. D. I which became MVP. And and we had samples ship to us and our favorite samples, and we didn't know anything about L. When your. Good whiskey that's legitimately the samples and we were like holy cow. This is really really good whiskey. Samples we got were three years old. and. We said this is the whiskey we want to start with. So what do we need and they said you are minimum is twenty barrels. You have to buy twenty barrels from us if you WANNA. Purchase any whiskey at all so We basically scrounged up fifty thousand dollars of mezzanine debt from from friends of family members and just locals. Basically a couple locals one in particular that I'll never forget that use part of why we're here. But. We came up with that money by twenty barrels, and then we package the labels and the glass and everything together, and it was about telling the story of the history of Chattanooga whiskey or whisky in Chattanooga right we wanted to honor tradition. In Tennessee or specifically in Chattanooga. So we had this look vibe that we were going after. We launched in April two, thousand and twelve. And the launch was great but we had to be really transparent that it wasn't made in Chattanooga. Right we had to tell people because we because of our mission, our mission was to bring it back. So we really didn't have anything to hide because of that and and we got the community we had more that supported but. I'm telling people that this is called Chattanooga whiskey made in Indiana was not easy. So we had to we had to kind of fight that battle while while we were fighting the. The underground battle that would that hadn't come to the surface yet, and that was that it was illegal. At that point, it was good thing that you went honesty I because we already saw the repercussions of people that didn't do that at years down the road talking twenty, fourteen, two, thousand, fifteen timeframe. It was really important for us to be transparent and again because of our mission and..

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02:12 min | 2 years ago

"chattanooga" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"O. W. A. Chattanooga special report Minnesota protest the Minnesota National Guard is being mobilized today in an effort to end violent protests in Minneapolis over the death of an unarmed black man in police custody governor Tim Wallace is the destruction must and we built this date we built the north star everything that we believe in these people are trying to destroy so if you are on the streets tonight it is very clear you are not with us you do not share our values and we will use the full strength of goodness and righteousness to make sure that this sounds Minneapolis mayor Jacob price as innocent people and businesses are being harmed our Minneapolis residents are are scared and rightfully so we've seen long term institutional businesses over written we've seen community institutions set on fire and I want to be very very clear the people that are doing this are not Minneapolis residents protests have also been held in other cities I'm in Kate's Iowa Republican congressman Steve king is fighting for his political life in next Tuesday's primary Steve king was rebuked by the house Republican leadership and stripped of his committee assignments in January of last year after remarks he made that were deemed racist king who is served eight terms in Congress earlier said he would get back his committee posted reelected but house minority leader Kevin McCarthy says he never made those assurances king's main opponent in Iowa's GOP primary has been saying he's no longer able to deliver to his constituents because he's been deprived of committee slots in as a pariah within the party Linda Kenyon Washington president trump and north Carolina's governor has spoken about the viability of a full fledged Republican National Convention and Charlotte in August the president this week threatened to move his formal renomination elsewhere a spokesperson says governor Roy Cooper expressed concerns over president's trump's insistence on a full arena with no face coverings and social distancing IBM Kate's you remember when your mom and dad talked about the importance of having term life insurance I mean it felt really good knowing the family would have money after something happened how do you think they felt.

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

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"W. A. Chattanooga special report Warren in this campaign Elizabeth Warren says our strategy to win the democratic presidential nomination was flawed I was told all this whole that there are two one with a progressive way that Bernie Sanders is the incumbent for any model one that Joe Biden from the combat force and there's no room for anyone else in this I thought that was right but I was wrong Warren's exit ensures the contest is now a two man race between moderate former vice president Joe Biden and mobile Vermont senator Bernie Sanders both are seeking to get an endorsement from Warren L. let's take a deep breath and spend a little time on that we don't have to decide Warren was once considered a leading contender what was once a very crowded field of candidates among the Democrats has now been cut to a very few hi Mike moss Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer expressed regret for remarks he made a day earlier the two Supreme Court justices appointed by president trump will quote pay the price if they rule in favor of abortion restrictions house speaker Nancy Pelosi says Schumer did the right thing I believe it also said on the floor today that his words were not appropriate and I faxed for him and that is unfortunate because as you see of I think the Republican says okay if the president does it but it's not okay if other people do it wasn't right for anybody to do it and check out recognize those words the fate of twenty five hundred people headed back to the U. S. remains a mystery as their cruise ship won't be allowed to dock in San Francisco that's because the grand princess cruise ship previously carried a passenger who became the first person to die from the corona.

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

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"G. O. W. at Chattanooga special report troll impeachment trial another release from the upcoming John Bolton book is out the same day the Republicans hope that they could wind down the president's impeachment trial with a vote to acquit the latest release is reported by The New York Times correspondent Kaitlyn Collins is at the White House in early may there was a meeting in the or in the oval office with president trump Rudy Giuliani Mick Mulvaney the chief of staff and perhaps a baloney the White House counsel who is now leading the president's defense on the Senate floor where president trump instructed John Bolton then of course at the time the national security adviser to connect Rudy Giuliani with the new president times reporter Maggie Haberman able to count is true it would be the earliest that we now that the president was involved on in in instructing people in relation to this pressure campaign with Ukraine for investigation but he wanted Lisa Makowski says she has a no on calling trial witnesses I'm Mike moss two suspects have been taken into custody after they tried to get away from police after driving through two checkpoints near the president's Florida residents corresponded Kristen Holmes reports police fired shots before taking the minute the custody question here of course is whether or not that vehicle was headed towards a Mar a Lago intentionally were they on a chase a for any reason why exactly were they following this car in the first place and why was it heading towards my R. Mar a Lago know where the word from officials yet about who was involved and what the motive might have been China's ambassador in Geneva says the world health organization's decision to declare a virus outbreak a global emergency walls warranted but cautions against unnecessary panic or excessive measures in response the virus is now claim more than two hundred lives in infected ten thousand Americans just back from China will be quarantine for two.

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

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"G. O. W. in Chattanooga special report troll impeachment trial as the Senate begins the final day of questions and answers house Republican Kevin McCarthy has no question about what he says is the heart of the matter question does this rise to impeachment level no what the president did was not wrong is not impeachable Republican John Brosseau says he doesn't think John Bolton will be called as a witness and thanks to your P. senators will move to end the trial tomorrow tomorrow we're going to move to have to vote on the question of have we heard enough do we need more information do we need more witnesses or is it time to move to final judgment about this case I have heard enough I am ready to make that vote and I know that the momentum in the Republican conference is to do that as well if the Senate votes to allow witnesses in the trial critics say the trial itself will move into one chartered territory with no obvious end in sight hi Mike moss thousands aboard a cruise ship or being isolated because of the Chinese virus scare we get more from correspondent Jim route the ship is docked at a port some fifty miles north west of Rome as the USA today reports a Chinese woman who presented with fevers and difficulty breathing and her traveling companion have been isolated concerns are that this ship visited ports in France and Spain so how many more may have been exposed to be on the potential six thousand passengers on board that ship the CDC says there is now a confirmed person to person transmission of that virus involving patients in Chicago the government is getting ready to accuse Southwest Airlines of flying seventeen million passengers aboard planes with unconfirmed maintenance records Wall Street journal says the announcement will follow a transportation investigation southwest is denying any wrongdoing on Wall Street stocks are down concern about the corona virus the dell down one sixty three S. and P. down twenty two I'm like guys you know I've made.

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

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"In Chattanooga hot debate on the hill he inspired terrorism hi Mike Morris Democrats and Republicans are sparring over the two articles of impeachment written against the president abuse of power and obstruction of Congress ranking member Doug Collins is a power for article impatiently anything they want to me it is the car wants coverages saying we don't really have a case to our caucus but go out and make it up just going to say what you don't lie if you didn't say something nice to this if he didn't do a policy you don't want to do this and that that's going to cover you you'll be okay because remember this is always about an election Democrat mandolin dean fax do matter notice the contrast between the conversation on this side of the aisle and that they run away from the facts they're afraid to admit to themselves or to the American public of what the president's behavior really adds up to house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she expects the articles will be forwarded to the floor of the house this is nothing west about it but it is urgent and so we will be bringing the articles the committee will off of work on it today compounds Republican Kevin McCarthy two articles that they have I don't think stand on any merit itself but what ever they decide to bring forth on a defense I have no fear New Jersey Attorney General Kirby great wall has just said the attack that killed an officer and three civilians at a Jewish market in Jersey city is now being considered an act of domestic terrorism inspired by anti semitism we believe that the suspects held views that reflected hatred of the Jewish people as well as a hatred of law enforcement a total of six people including the man and women the woman who carried out the attack three civilians and a police officer died in a series of events that ended in a police shootout on Tuesday on Wall Street the Dow was up one hundred twenty.

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

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"W. Chattanooga the impeachment approaches trump and mark Cronin get testy I'm like Morris the house is poised to release a landmark impeachment report outlining evidence of what it calls Donald trump's wrongdoing toward Ukraine the findings could lead Congress toward a debate over whether to impeach the president correspondent Phil Mattingly reports the house is now moving very quickly this is essentially the starting gun to the final sprint to impeachment over the course of the next couple of weeks based on this intelligence committee product based on the articles of impeachment they're drafting the present United States is likely to be impeached before Christmas how that actually happens what the articles look like that's still being debated but this is happening and it's happening fast president trump speaking in London at the NATO meeting I had a chance is a deranged human being I wouldn't go out with a complex allows the reasons are obvious I think he's a very sick man French president mark Cronin says Europe needs to move in its own direction to keep NATO relevant and ready to respond to Russia just about a month you have to be careful who is also the first phone to share the cost of a the whole and I do believe that in such circumstances we may what we have to think background is called NATO brain dead under U. S. leadership president trump calls those remarks nasty and insulting politician Oshkosh Wisconsin say a police officer and an arm student at a high school were both wounded in a confrontation this morning one.

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01:44 min | 2 years ago

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"C. O. W. in Chattanooga impeachment inquiry Bloomberg in I'm in Kate's house Democrats will move forward this week with their impeachment probe Republican senator John Kennedy of Louisiana tells fox news Sunday that he disagrees with former National Security Council official Fiona hell who testified that blaming Ukraine for attacking the twenty sixteen election was a result of a Russian disinformation campaign Republicans in the house wanted to call a witness a day and say political operative who lobbied the Ukrainian embassy to be involved get involved in two thousand sixteen election we don't know if you crying did that we don't know to what extent because they won't let the president offer his evidence and that's while say once a gain the absence of evidence is not evidence of absence if you're not allowed to call your own witness former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg one of the world's richest men has formally launched his campaign for the democratic party's nomination for president Bloomberg's announcement comes just ten weeks before primary voting begins an unorthodox move that reflects anxiety within the Democratic Party about the strength of its current candidates Bloomberg is a centrist with deep ties to Wall Street experts believe he'll struggle for support from the parties energized progressive base he became a Democrat only last year but his deep financial resources and moderate profile could be appealing in a primary contest that has become above all a quest to find the person best positioned to deny president trump was second term next November Christopher Cruz Washington Alabama sheriff has been fatally shot responding to a call in the Haynesville gas station sergeant Steve Jarrett of the Alabama law enforcement agency says attain a suspect has been arrested details as to how he fled the scene and.

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03:18 min | 2 years ago

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"To the Chattanooga body shop production will begin in Chattanooga in twenty twenty two and the plants will add about a thousand new jobs Japan's economy grew at an annual pace a point two percent in the third quarter and the government says weak exports in the July through September period were drag on growth inventories also declined the government spending help support demand expanding my two point four percent it was the fourth straight quarter of expansion but well below analyst forecasts the quarterly rate of growth was point one percent increase in the national sales tax to ten percent from eight percent as of October first expected to drag growth lower in the last quarter of this year the trump administration wants to take a lot of the science out of the EPA A. P.'s ejected quit report that will former top government environmental health official is joining the hundreds of scientists who are opposing the plan to revamp the process for regulating potential threats to public health Linda burn bomb was the director of the National Institute of environmental health studies she just retired and has testified that the environmental protection agency is proposing a regulation that would practically lead to the elimination of science from decision making seeking public disclosure of underlying data in studies to determine how to regulate contaminants and toxins well the trump administration says that for transparency opponents think it will lead to many studies being quashed because they would violate patient confidentiality laws Birnbaum says the government could roll back fundamental protections from ear pollution and other toxins which could endanger an entire generation Jackie Quinn Washington I hi turn sixteen today used to using a forty five automatic issue five other students and then himself it's August high school in Santa Clarita California Los Angeles county sheriff's homicide captain can Wagner from the time that he withdrew the handgun from his back back to the time that he was on the ground with a gunshot wound to his head was about sixteen seconds to the victims a sixteen year old girl and a fourteen year old boy are dead two others in good condition while the boy was treated and released the suspect is in critical condition the A. P. using the address of a police search warrant and property records to determine but not released the boy's identity one classmate who's known him since elementary school says he was a boy scout a good student and while quiet he had friends and girlfriend broke Riseley adding we're all wondering what was the motive former US ambassador Ukraine Marie you vomit which will be the sole witness to testify tomorrow on the hand next house impeachment inquire re hearing house speaker Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats change their approach a bit now saying president trump committed unknown impeachable offence science say at that what is the president has admitted to and says it's perfect lessons perfectly wrong it's Friday additional hearings are set for next week at a political rally in boys your city Louisiana this evening trump accuses Democrats of plotting against him there on route and.

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

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"G. o. w. chattanooga cumulus media's iran sanctions where vulgarity is allowed i'm mike moss single out of restraint has been shown by us a lot of restraint and that doesn't mean we're going to show it in the future resident trump says wiley cold off a military strike in iran he is imposing new sanctions that go after iran's government at religious leader give give this a chance give it a good chance because i think iran potentially has phenomenal future treasury secretary steven mnuchin says military leaders are also targeted tanks serey who is responsible for the iranian regime's forces threatening to close the strait of our moods haji day who is the commander of the air force and responsible for downing the u._s. unmanned aircraft an international airspace as long as pack poor who is responsible for ground forces ronnie and military today said his country would not hesitate to shoot down more u._s. thrones if they violate orion and airspace trump also today said the u._s. wants to be compensated by other nations if it's to protect safe passage of tankers for the straight of hormuz the supreme court has again ruled the trademark office cannot ban names that may be vulgar and offensive in this case allowing a company named f._u. see c._t. to apply for trademark corespondent jessica schneider more years ago it was actually an asian rock band who wanted.

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

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"W G, O, W Chattanooga. A Cumulus media's tariff clock ticks arms sales battle. I'm Mike moss. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says the threaten tariffs on Mexico would be bad for the US that this is dangerous territory. This is not a way to treat a friend. It's not a way to deal with immigration. It's not a way to deal with the humanitarian needs at the border Senate Republicans were expressing reservations, about the tariffs, enter urging the administration to avoid it corresponded born FOX is on Capitol Hill. Optimistic that maybe something could come out of those discussions with Mexican foreign leaders today. That's the hope because they don't wanna have to basically rebuke, the president of the United States, but Republicans deeply concerned about these tariffs shortly after arriving in Ireland. The president said he hopes US Mexico talks today to avoid the tariffs will be successful. A bipartisan effort is underway in the Senate to block the president's plan to bypass congress on military arm sales. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has an update from Capitol Hill. Senators are introducing twenty two separate joint resolutions to block the president wants to track more than eight billion dollars in military sales to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Jordan the effort is led by senators. Bob menendez. And Lindsey Graham grams opposition is of note since he is one of the GOP's leading foreign policy. Experts who also is a close Trump ally. Senator say their effort is intended to protect and reaffirm Congress's role of approving arm sales to foreign governments. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill in a victory for abortion, opponents. The Trump administration is ending medical research by government, scientists using human fetal tissue government funded research by universities will be allowed to continue subject to additional scrutiny. The policy change will not affect privately funded research that uses human fetal tissue a mall straight stocks continue.

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

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"W G O W Chattanooga. Three Lankan bombing presidential decision. I'm Anne Cates. Authorities in Sri Lanka continue to hunt for suspects in the series of deadly bombings on Easter Sunday. Correspondent Sam Kylie lost eighteen this being a raid on what they believe is a weapons factory and storage facility with an astronomical amount of gelignite of the priests customer cereals for the manufacture of bombs one hundred thousand ball bearings. To make those bums that much more lethal information from their backed up by Muslim community coming to the police and saying they identified suspicious group led to a raid on a house fifteen people including six children died in that raid. The chairman of the house foreign affairs committee will hold a hearing soon to examine why President Trump is pulling the US from an international agreement designed to regulate the global arms trade Representative Eliot Engel calls the president's decision to abandon the UN arms trade treaty abhorrent. And he says it's politically motivated appeasement of the NRA. That will haunt the US. Trump made the announcement in Indianapolis at an NRA gathering where he also pledged to block foreign bureaucrats from trampling as he put it on your second amendment. Freedoms the UN adopted the arms trade treaty in two thousand thirteen it applies international standards to the sale of conventional weapons by encouraging assessments of how those arms would ultimately be used. Linda Kenyon, Washington. Oliver North meanwhile is stepping down as president of the NRA after clashing with chief executive Wayne LaPierre's correspondent polo Sandovol. According to reporting from the Wall Street Journal LaPierre roads that north demanded he resigned or claims would be brought to light against him including quote, a devastating account of the finances of the NRA as well as sexual harassment charges against a staff member north is nearing the end of his term as NRA president. I'm Ann Cates..

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

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"W G O W Chattanooga. A Cumulus coroner says worst than wash it another White House. Congress dispute by Mike moss. White House adviser Jared Kushner is suggesting special counsel. Robert Muller's investigation was more harmful to the US than Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election. Russia did for Facebook ads to try to so descend to do it. And it's a terrible thing. But I think the investigations and all of the speculation that's happened for last two years has had a much harsher impact democracy. A former White House staffer could be held in contempt for ignoring us pita in a probe into security clearance, decision point house has instructed Caro Klein to not comply with a subpoena to appear for deposition and client is adhering to the administration position. Now. A Pentagon lawyer Kline was ordered by the house government oversight committee to answer questions related to security clearances. And whether some staffers originally were denied clearances denials overridden by others, including the. President a civil servants staffers told the committee as many as twenty five clearance denials where green lighted by higher ups for the first two years. Call Klein led the office that investigates who does in doesn't get such clearances. Bob Costantini, the White House. Nineteen Democrats are already running for the party's twenty twenty presidential nomination Thursday that becomes an even twenty when former vice president Joe Biden, launches his campaign. The mother of a five-year-old suburban Chicago, boy, you went missing last week is now refusing to cooperate with police neighbors say they had concerns about the mother JoAnne Cunningham has been concerned and has led the authorities know that over the last year,.

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

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"W G O W Chattanooga. Charged with terrorism. Angry Chicago police by Mike Morris. Forty nine year old coast officer from Maryland has been charged with plotting a mass killing campaign against Democrats and journalists Pentagon correspondent Ryan Brown reports. He's charged with using his office computer, a court documents. He used his work computer to research, white supremacist groups and to compile a hitlist using a spreadsheet. Christopher Hossan has just made his first court appearance on the charges. He's accused of being a white nationalist the judge's order Hossan held while evidence is being review, I'm left hanging. My head and asking why Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson says empire actor jussie smollet paid two men to stage in attack on himself. And he says the motive was he wanted a bigger contract. Correspondent Jim Rupe on how police close the case at least able to use cameras throughout the city to follow forward after the incident and backward long before. The incident. The two men who allegedly helped at stage the attack eventually leading police to identify the two phone and social media records were also used and phone records show say police smollet talked with two men an hour before and an hour after the attack and while the two were out of the country small could get up to three years if convicted of filing a false report. Roger stone will soon face judge Amy Berman Jackson after having posted her picture and crosshairs on Instagram. Correspondent Kerris kinetic. Judge said, you know, you've got to come to court today. And we're going to talk about this. She's going to decide if he violated the terms of his bail. If he's violated, those terms which include not intimidating witnesses, not intimidating court officers or the judge, and that's going to be what he's going to have to face her answer questions about why did he post? This stone a longtime confidant of the president is charged with tampering obstruction and lying by the Muller. Russia.

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03:21 min | 3 years ago

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"Followed on from where there are little lyrics. Are none. There's very almost no lyrics in this entire song. Yeah. It's all instrumental doesn't make it any less couth. Ooh. That's good. Love and that probably breaking copyright. No. No, no. We're fine. What else he got a Benjamin Sweeney on a similar theme has told us that he loves the pod on? He is bought shares in Chattanooga. FC? Should we expect to see other lower Tate teams in the US follow suit, and that they will offer public ownership lower tier teams? Yes. MLS teams teams like that. No, not gonna happen. But he said he's a partial yet. He's a proud owner of part of Chattanooga FC. Wow. Yeah. I would say in the in the lower tiers, especially the way, they've retired US L U S L championship. You won't you could do that. It's it's possible. And it's it's probably good model. It's the perfect model. Actually, like, I said the Premier League's gone to a level where it's probably where it's impossible to do it for for five definitely LS. If that wasn't the case, I feel like the people of Columbus would have fried would've gone to those measures. Sure. But don't forget MLS franchises when they were bought and sold at the start were quite cheap coal Newman. Little stay woke thought for you guys. All right. The way Tim worded is tweet. Tim howard. That is was that this MLS season would be his last. He's part of the ownership group of the new US L team in Memphis. Memphis, ninety one F C money people here. Hope he will play for them after MLS. So not retiring fully from the soccer landscape. PS give us some caught off side March to spend money on Howard is also part of a consortium that has taken over Dagenham and Redbridge in the conference premier in England. So maybe he's going to play for them that would put on the line in his tweet, though, where he said there there will be time for sentiment later like to me, you don't include a line like that. Unless you know, you're not going to be playing like this. Everyone's last chance to watch you play. Yeah. Unless he means that the time for sentiment will really be later after I finish playing for Memphis much later. Give us some March to spend money. I am going to get on that. I'm not trying to be like make like I'm not trying to sound arrogant or anything here. But he is far from the first person. No say that to us we need to do that give again o'conner's opinion. What kind of stuff would you like t-shirts beanie hats, you know? Yeah. Know trying to something different that we could do what could we really like bilk people keychain that when you press it. It's Andrews voice in how dare you. God hates me. I thought this would be our year things like that Sam king and Waterloo on -tario. I have been listening to the pod for about a year. No. But this my first time writing in you guys do a fantastic job covering soccer. And I love listening to the pot on my way to school or work as JJ. No. I actually didn't know this slug Rovers kicked off their preseason. I knew that much with an eleven nil win that was on Tuesday, my friend and fellow Canadian Chris Twardzik opened the scoring for the bitter read later added two more for the hatrick, his friend. That's awesome is hoping you could give a shout on the pot and wish him a look on their upcoming season..

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