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"chip lake" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

06:34 min | 2 months ago

"chip lake" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"Podcast. Today is going to be a great episode. We're just going to, I've been saving up some things. We've been going through some interviews when talking to a lot of folks about, you know, different things that have really been interesting as we go as this week is progress. You know, selection. We've been in primary after primary probably to use these have been dominated for primaries. Our podcast from just the other day with chip Lake, talked about the in depth of how campaigns work and what parameters what people are going through when it comes to candidates and also campaign operatives on the days leading up to a primary. And we've seen a lot of different things happening. You look across the country, you've seen president Trump's endorsement as we've talked about still being very powerful. If you look at Ohio, you look at the Senate race there. Taking JD Vance and moving him from really the endorsement itself moved him from fourth place with no hope to first place by ten points and also the help of Peter field with about $15 million didn't hurt in that as we look at it. But again, it does show that the primary especially in a what we'll call a muddled field can be influenced a great deal by Donald Trump's endorsement in Republican primary. Then we move to Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania was McCormick and Oz going at it then Barnett, cath Barnett comes in a late run, it was not if not for the Trump endorsement or Doctor Oz. He was falling, the McCormick negative ads were working on him, drinking his number down, raising McCormick's up a little bit. And again, the Trump endorsement solidified Oz is positioned. It raised him up. Some, but also kept the fall any further from happening. It blunted the McCormick attacks. And then in the end, for those who were McCormick or anybody but Oz fans, they Barnett became the cash Barnett became the choice and the rice is still as we even as we speak now going into a recount with Oz and McCormick, McCormick, again holding a lead. But the holding a league going on the late night, then that was flipped later in the evening by Oz, and it's now ready to get a thousand difference in those two. And so we will see a recount coming there. I rarely seen a recount over a thousand, 1500 actually turn a boat, so it looks like Doctor Oz is probably going to be the nominee. I say all that in talking about where we're at because today is just going to be sort of a, we're just going to go through some headlines some things have been on my mind. Call it this the cleaning up a little bit or the gathering some thoughts that I wanted to just bring out. Let's talk about lists to give you some news. Maybe you've been focusing on elections, it might be in focus on just getting to work paying gas process, everything else is going on. These are some areas that I want to talk about because many times things get put in headlines and then get forgotten. They get put into headlines of talking about whether it be gas process, whether it be the baby formula crisis, whether it be the discussions from last year on voting and voter integrity. And it gets a lost in the process. So I've got a few stories today that I want to touch on. That actually highlights where we are as to where we've come from. So the first one I'm going to start off with is last year in the state of Georgia. After the November 2020 elections and then into the runoff of January 5th, 2021. The attention in the world a lot turned a lot of states when it came to voter integrity, of course, with all the discussions from what happened in the presidential election. Georgia took our own head on. They were to the front and center of many of the problems. That we saw developing out of they changing in voter laws that were not vetted through legislatures that were that were new to the 2020 process, many were like, there are many of us believe we're not should not have actually been authorized, but they were. And that's how we got the 2020 election. And you've seen this come up and come up and come up and come up consistently. As causing problems in those elections. Georgia took that on head on and they did several things to strengthen the voter integrity, strengthen the election process here. There's still now one thing that was interesting is they made drop boxes, put them in the code now, so they're actually available, but they have to be inside an early voting place. And they can only be accessed during regular early voting hours. So there's no more of this dropping off ballots whenever you feel like it. This is the whole essence of dinesh decisions 2000 meals. And we saw the problems that developed there. So they're now inside. They also strengthen verification. They expanded some actual some early voting days, although they were accused of not doing that. They took away what was already basically in law but just codified even more that you can't give out food and water and things like that to people in the line. It doesn't mean that food and water can't be made available to the folks. It just says if you are there and what was happening in Georgia was is partisan individuals were giving out these two people in this food and drank and other things to it in the line where campaigning is not allowed. This simply codified it and say, look, you can't do this and whatever can be made available. As long as you're a 150 feet away from the line, you can't just get into the line. That was what was happening. Again, all this seems common sense until the liberal media gets a hold of it. And then the corporate world gets a hold of it. And everybody's running last spring. If you remember from all the events of the election, January 6th, everything else they just wanted to run as far away as they could in the woke media was just all over the story. They were climbing even the president of the United States vice president of the call of the Georgia law, Jim Crow two. Now one to me, that's very, it should be very offensive to African Americans in particular and others who had to actually live through Jim Crow laws in which the discrimination was real. The torment on that those communities were real and many parts of this country and the south. And to bring that into envision that back up into a bill that number one did not restrict people from voting did not take away access from voting for anyone. Actually strengthened the integrity of the vote of the citizen who should be there, but also provided more days to vote was just simply a very much of a hyperbolic just utterance. They just kept building. And it actually was being hanged on by other Democrat politicians. Number one of which, Stacey Abrams, Rafael Warnock, both who are on the ballot this year. Bring.

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It's Been a Very Interesting Time for Primaries in the U.S.

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:20 min | 2 months ago

It's Been a Very Interesting Time for Primaries in the U.S.

"Today is going to be a great episode. We're just going to, I've been saving up some things. We've been going through some interviews when talking to a lot of folks about, you know, different things that have really been interesting as we go as this week is progress. You know, selection. We've been in primary after primary probably to use these have been dominated for primaries. Our podcast from just the other day with chip Lake, talked about the in depth of how campaigns work and what parameters what people are going through when it comes to candidates and also campaign operatives on the days leading up to a primary. And we've seen a lot of different things happening. You look across the country, you've seen president Trump's endorsement as we've talked about still being very powerful. If you look at Ohio, you look at the Senate race there. Taking JD Vance and moving him from really the endorsement itself moved him from fourth place with no hope to first place by ten points and also the help of Peter field with about

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"chip lake" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

05:26 min | 2 months ago

"chip lake" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"That goes, well, look, Jim, there's one of the things we're getting to the close here and I want to, one of the things we're going to come back on and this is I want to for you to get in because you've been with a lot of campaigns and I've been around a lot now, especially in Congress. And there's some funny stories. What I want to do is come back in a couple months and you and I are just going to tell some stories. We'll leave that it will make change the names to protect the innocent. But we'll have some funny story, but I'm going to leave the folks with one that has stuck with me forever as the funny story shows you how much folks podcast listeners, how much I love this manship like and his family to me and there's never a campaign that if I ever go into it I would ever think about with not being with you. But it was one time in our 12 campaign. We had just got into the runoff. You know where I'm going with the other. We have a debate on a radio station. Which, by the way, this little radio station is not very far from where I have an office now. And we went in that morning. It was myself, and it was Martha, she was the other opponent. And chip was listing over the Internet. And okay, as a candidate, okay? You like to be buffed up a little bit. You know, hey, you know, and so I did invite. It was a tough debate. Martha was a good campaigner. I'll never take that from her. We had already got her several times. I got in this race. I was tired. It was like three days after we just ended the runoff. And I come back and I sit down in the car and I look at my phone and I'm saying, you know, okay, wow, at least we made it through that. I think it was good. And I looked down and there's a text from you and it says, perfect. If that's the way it's going to be, we'll just do paid advertising the rest of the talk. And I'll say that to laugh now, but I remember at that time I said, really? But what it did was, and this is why I say it because it's funny, but it's powerful. At that point, I knew chip Lake. Cared about what his job was winning. He cared about Doug Collins, even when Doug Collins couldn't see it. And that shook me and chip as you well know, we torched the next couple of debates. I mean, with an audio recording, everything I was all in because at that point, you got my attention. But that's what it takes for consultants sometimes. What it mean anything if I told you that I meant to send that text to somebody else. It was exactly where I was needing to play because you and I told my three minutes later. I have like one of the better ones out there. He's been all around campaigns all across the country, but especially here in Georgia, Georgia is tomorrow. You go out and vote. You've heard it from me before. If you're listening in Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, anywhere else there's a primary, and then only the general. If you don't vote, then shut up. I don't want to hear from you. Okay, you got to get out and vote. This is what it's all about. And find you again, make your candidate and go, George is going to be tough in some ways for some folks who are going to have these kind of conversations chip and I've just had, I will say this, chip, you brought up a point about the Senate race. I am proud of what we accomplished. Even though we did lose and I know everybody says that, but I would put you put the dynamics of that Senate race in a jungle primaries, getting out spent ten to 15 to one, depending on how you look at it. And coming within what will be considered margin of era in a polling. I'm very happy with where we were. I'd love to move on, sure. I think that it was a mistake. I think this caused a lot of problems we're seeing in Georgia today. But we did what we had to do. And that's why it comes folks. If you're a candidate out there and you're wanting to run maybe next time in cycles, you got to find people who can help you and are honest with you. So folks, chip like, great friend, we're glad to hang on. He's going to come back on, though. We're going to do the, we're going to do the funny campaign story, 'cause you will not believe some of the stuff out there and it just makes for a great time. Jim, thanks for being a part of the podcast. Appreciate it. All right. James. Hey everybody. I just want to talk about sleep. You know why I want to talk about sleep? Just because I just got out from underneath my pillow bedsheets and my pillow that I keep under my head every night because I like to sleep on my side I'll actually sleep on my back. I'll actually move at night and my pillow is just the best thing that goes under my head. It keeps me getting restful sleep. The sheets are amazing. It's just what you need. Everybody to understand is you need 7 hours of sleep. 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"chip lake" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

03:36 min | 2 months ago

"chip lake" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"Environment looks like today. Given that it hit me as you were talking about that, I hadn't really thought about it in terms of time, except in the overall tense. But do you think you'll be different? If George was like Virginia that held an off year off presidential governor's race, I know Virginia, New Jersey, always hold that race right after a presidential that next year and it's always looked as a bellwether for that in Georgia. If we had done that, it would have been a year out less than 8 months from do you think the message would have been I mean, it would have been different or do you think it possibly but still be the same? You know, it's always hard to tell. I mean, you know, there's an old adage that time heals all wounds. I don't know that I buy that old adage. Time heals a lot of wounds, but it doesn't heal all wounds. And so yeah, look, what our state went through with as close as the presidential election was. And then with the two Senate runoffs that we had where we lost both of them, that was a lot for our state to go through. And so, you know, I do think we're in a better position today than we were in, let's say, 2021. And so, you know, I guess from a macro level, my answer to that question would be, yeah, I think we're, I think we will be in a better position in November of 2022 than we were in November of 2021. That isn't always the case, right? Because, you know, there are so many variables that go into why people vote. There are so many variables that go into the intensity of what the base has. And one of the reasons that I think Republicans in spite of having a. Very nasty race for governor between David perdue and Brian camp, one of the reasons I've always thought, even sent from the day that David got in that I've always thought that we could beat Stacey Abrams is because I think the environment in 2022 for Republicans, it might be, it could possibly be the best midterm environment that we've seen in our lifetimes. I mean, this president and what the Democratic Party is doing nationally is nothing short of a complete and utter disaster. I mean, I have democratic friends that have no idea what issues they're going to run on. In 2022, and that's not normally the case. I mean, normally there are issues that can fire up your base and then there are swing issues. I mean, you know, this party can't run on competency. They can't run on the economy. They can't run on national security. They can't run on inflation. They can't run on gas price. I mean, what are they going to run on? I mean, you know, I suppose they feel like they're, they have new life with the Supreme Court decision on roe, but if you are a democratic voter and that issue was a determining issue for you on how to vote, then you weren't voting for Republicans and Donald Trump before this decision came out. And so, you know, I just, I don't know that that's going to be an issue that can save them from an economy that's likely to get a lot worse between.

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Does Time Heal All Wounds in Elections? Chip Lake Weighs In

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:10 min | 2 months ago

Does Time Heal All Wounds in Elections? Chip Lake Weighs In

"Do you think you'll be different? If George was like Virginia that held an off year off presidential governor's race, I know Virginia, New Jersey, always hold that race right after a presidential that next year and it's always looked as a bellwether for that in Georgia. If we had done that, it would have been a year out less than 8 months from do you think the message would have been I mean, it would have been different or do you think it possibly but still be the same? You know, it's always hard to tell. I mean, you know, there's an old adage that time heals all wounds. I don't know that I buy that old adage. Time heals a lot of wounds, but it doesn't heal all wounds. And so yeah, look, what our state went through with as close as the presidential election was. And then with the two Senate runoffs that we had where we lost both of them, that was a lot for our state to go through. And so, you know, I do think we're in a better position today than we were in, let's say, 2021. And so, you know, I guess from a macro level, my answer to that question would be, yeah, I think we're, I think we will be in a better position in November of 2022 than we were in November of 2021. That isn't always the case, right? Because, you know, there are so many variables that go into why people vote. There are so many variables that go into the intensity of what the base has. And one of the reasons that I think Republicans in spite of having a. Very nasty race for governor between David perdue and Brian camp, one of the reasons I've always thought, even sent from the day that David got in that I've always thought that we could beat Stacey Abrams is because I think the environment in 2022 for Republicans, it might be, it could possibly be the best midterm environment that we've seen in our lifetimes.

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"chip lake" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

04:01 min | 2 months ago

"chip lake" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"Well, and it goes to another area that I want to talk about here, and you talk about voter contact. In elections, you've got to also, especially if it's a competitive election. You got to have voter contact in the same sphere is the person you're running against. Okay? So essence, if the race is only about mail for the most part, your candidate, the guy or gal that you're running against is only doing mail and you do no mail and only radio, then you're missing your cross passing there where you're missing probably voters. Same way with cable and broadcast, a different arena here. When you talk about true voter contact, what do you mean, Jeff? I mean, for some, that's putting a sign in your front yard and saying, hey, I'm making a thousand contacts a day. What is that when you talk about true voter contact? What are we talking about? Yeah, it's a great question. So, you know, any type of voter contact is measurable voter contact is where you are spending either campaign dollars or campaign time directly communicating with a targeted voter. And that could be, that could be phone banking, right? Which doesn't cost money if you have volunteers to do it. But it is, it takes time. And so, you know, if you have a list of 500 people that let's say you're running in a city council seat, you have a list of 500 people that you know are going to vote and need to be called, you know, you don't have to spend any money to call all of them, but you're going to have to spend a lot of time. That would be considered a voter contact. You mentioned digital. Digital is a huge medium right now to communicate with the electorate because you have immediate results knowing who you've connected with. Any good digital vendor today is going to have market data that is per record, meaning per household. I'm going to know if I have a good digital vendor that I'm spending money with. You know, how many contacts based upon my advertising are based upon my organic post to social media, you know, how many of those voters interacted with that post? That's a voter contact. When you send a piece of direct mail to a voter, that's a voter contact. When you run broadcast television and I don't want to get too much into the weeds on that, but you're buying what you call a gross rating point. And what you're spending on TV in the market that you're spending in depends on how much a gross rating point that market is going for at that time. And it fluctuates from for a month to month from cycle to cycle from week to week. And so, you know, the old adage is, if you can't, if you can't put an ad on TV that gets the average viewer to see it, 7 and a half times, spend your money elsewhere. And in an ideal world, you wanted to see it ten times. But the minimum you want to have that is 7 and a half times. And so, you know, you can get measurables from all of this. And so drag voter contact. It's time and money. It's digital. It's male. It's a door to door contact. It's radio. It's television. It's digital. And when I say digital, you know, pre roll. I mean, we all go to websites and we click on videos, and we have to watch that 15 second ad before we get a chance to get to the video. And that's what we call pre roll. And it's used a lot in politics. When we certainly when we get within this time frame and this time window that we're in now and the private consumer market uses it all the time and it's a very effective way for campaigns to spend their money. And so, and I'll say this and then I'll be.

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What Is True Voter Contact? Political Consultant Chip Lake Explains

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:46 min | 2 months ago

What Is True Voter Contact? Political Consultant Chip Lake Explains

"chip lake" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:03 min | 2 months ago

"chip lake" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"Campaigns are still about fundamentals. The outside messages, everything else, but there's still an inherent basis. Do you think you might have been an outsider in his messaging, but he was a real insider when it came to understanding money. The team, he had his former his cousin, was a former governor, Georgia. So there's a lot there. This leads really and it's a perfect setup shift where I want to go next for people out there because I want people in this podcast. If you're out there wanting to run for office, from someone lower offices up, especially the congressionals and others. There's a process to doing this. When you look at a campaign. Because I know how people to a candidates do it. You know, oh, I want to go win. I can win, I got you a mama almost been a win, I'm a cousin down the street and says I can do it. But when it comes to campaigns, you as a consultant, your general consultant had on, how do you start laying that out for a candidate? Because I'm concerned that you got consultants now that are seeing it almost like some of these candidates. This is easy. I can make money and I'm not really concerned about the result. Yeah, no question. I mean, you know, as I said, I'm not doing campaigns in elections. This cycle, but in every campaign that I've always done, you know, I would always sit down with a candidate before the campaign began. And I would ask them this question, why are you running? And you can learn a lot about how they answer that question at the beginning of a campaign, right? And that doesn't mean that, you know, that doesn't mean it can candidate has to answer that question. The right way. I mean, it's really, it can be a difficult question to answer because it's a really basic question. And there campaigns are ready for very difficult questions. But, you know, why are you running is it? Is it difficult question, right? Because you need to get to your message in a hurry and if you can't really explain to somebody while you're running in 30 to 45 seconds and kind of build upon it, then you need to refine that. You need to learn how to do

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The One Question Chip Lake Asks Every Potential Candidate

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:03 min | 2 months ago

The One Question Chip Lake Asks Every Potential Candidate

"Campaigns are still about fundamentals. The outside messages, everything else, but there's still an inherent basis. Do you think you might have been an outsider in his messaging, but he was a real insider when it came to understanding money. The team, he had his former his cousin, was a former governor, Georgia. So there's a lot there. This leads really and it's a perfect setup shift where I want to go next for people out there because I want people in this podcast. If you're out there wanting to run for office, from someone lower offices up, especially the congressionals and others. There's a process to doing this. When you look at a campaign. Because I know how people to a candidates do it. You know, oh, I want to go win. I can win, I got you a mama almost been a win, I'm a cousin down the street and says I can do it. But when it comes to campaigns, you as a consultant, your general consultant had on, how do you start laying that out for a candidate? Because I'm concerned that you got consultants now that are seeing it almost like some of these candidates. This is easy. I can make money and I'm not really concerned about the result. Yeah, no question. I mean, you know, as I said, I'm not doing campaigns in elections. This cycle, but in every campaign that I've always done, you know, I would always sit down with a candidate before the campaign began. And I would ask them this question, why are you running? And you can learn a lot about how they answer that question at the beginning of a campaign, right? And that doesn't mean that, you know, that doesn't mean it can candidate has to answer that question. The right way. I mean, it's really, it can be a difficult question to answer because it's a really basic question. And there campaigns are ready for very difficult questions. But, you know, why are you running is it? Is it difficult question, right? Because you need to get to your message in a hurry and if you can't really explain to somebody while you're running in 30 to 45 seconds and kind of build upon it, then you need to refine that. You need to learn how to do

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Political Consultant Chip Lake on the 'Outsider Effect'

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:08 min | 2 months ago

Political Consultant Chip Lake on the 'Outsider Effect'

"Chip, have you noticed like I have over the past say three or four election cycles that the idea of going from zero in politics to NFL, you know, so to speak, we've seen it campaigns, congressional campaigns, governors, campaigns. Has that become more of a trend than it used to be and why do you think that is? It's become a huge trend and it's largely due to one word. And that word is outsider, right? And, you know, being an outsider used to be a disadvantage when you, when you ran for the first time, it used to be an advantage in campaigns and elections to have experience as an elected official. And that's much less so now, right? I mean, 15 years ago, even ten, 15 years ago, if you were a local elected official and you were running for higher office, you know, you had inherent advantages over an opponent who was running for the first time. And those advantages are gone now in today's environment.

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"chip lake" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:11 min | 2 months ago

"chip lake" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"Let's start off chip. One sort of give a little bit of your background and how you got started and all this. And the good part about it is almost like up front here to sort of keep us both out. Neither one of us are in this cycle really. I mean, we know campaigns and we've helped some others, but for the most part, chip and our experiencing something neither one of us experienced in a long, long time, and that is the ability to just talk about these campaigns without being indirectly involved in them. And I think I know from my perspective, it's been a refreshing. I know talking to you if it has been for you as well. But how did you get into this? It's a great question, Doug. So as you had mentioned, I went to auburn and I was to age myself. I was an auburn in the early to mid 90s. And long story short was a member of the college Republicans at auburn. And we had a state party chairman from an adjacent state, Georgia, come down to speak to us at one of our chapter meetings on, I think it was Tuesday night. Because his daughter was a member of our was a member of our college Republicans group. And that person was rusty Paul, who was the state chairman at the time for the Georgia Republican Party. He since went on to become a state senator. And now he is mayor of Sandy Springs. And I walked up to him after the after he gave a speech and I asked him if he had any internships available. And he said, absolutely call, you know, call me, you know, next week and we'll get you set up. And the reality is the rest is history. I was a political science and public administration major down there and I really didn't know what I wanted to do for a living. And, you know, I'm 49 years old right now, and I still feel like I'm in that position, you know? I mean, as you mentioned, this is my first cycle. Really, since I was a teenager, where I haven't been directly involved in the campaign. And it's been it's been a lot of fun to be able to watch this from the

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How Chip Lake Became a Political Consultant

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:11 min | 2 months ago

How Chip Lake Became a Political Consultant

"Let's start off chip. One sort of give a little bit of your background and how you got started and all this. And the good part about it is almost like up front here to sort of keep us both out. Neither one of us are in this cycle really. I mean, we know campaigns and we've helped some others, but for the most part, chip and our experiencing something neither one of us experienced in a long, long time, and that is the ability to just talk about these campaigns without being indirectly involved in them. And I think I know from my perspective, it's been a refreshing. I know talking to you if it has been for you as well. But how did you get into this? It's a great question, Doug. So as you had mentioned, I went to auburn and I was to age myself. I was an auburn in the early to mid 90s. And long story short was a member of the college Republicans at auburn. And we had a state party chairman from an adjacent state, Georgia, come down to speak to us at one of our chapter meetings on, I think it was Tuesday night. Because his daughter was a member of our was a member of our college Republicans group. And that person was rusty Paul, who was the state chairman at the time for the Georgia Republican Party. He since went on to become a state senator. And now he is mayor of Sandy Springs. And I walked up to him after the after he gave a speech and I asked him if he had any internships available. And he said, absolutely call, you know, call me, you know, next week and we'll get you set up. And the reality is the rest is history. I was a political science and public administration major down there and I really didn't know what I wanted to do for a living. And, you know, I'm 49 years old right now, and I still feel like I'm in that position, you know? I mean, as you mentioned, this is my first cycle. Really, since I was a teenager, where I haven't been directly involved in the campaign. And it's been it's been a lot of fun to be able to watch this from the

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"chip lake" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

04:34 min | 3 months ago

"chip lake" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"Hey everybody, it's Doug Collins glad to have you back on the dog Collins podcast. You got a great friend coming back in today to be on the podcast Jason parr, due process institute. I've known him for many, many, many years that we go back from Georgia politics to D.C. politics everywhere in between. But I wanted to bring Jason back in to like a lot going on in the D.C. front and it's not just in legislation, but it's also in its election cycle. You probably will realize that watch list of this podcast Washington podcast went on. Election cycles tend to make politicians do sort of different things. And it's a lot of pressure going on. And I'm not criticizing that. I've been a part of and a lot of part of it. You have to sort of find what works is a guy who's worked with my campaigns consulted for me forever. Chip Lake says, he says elections can be about everything you want them to be. But at the end of the day, the voters have a say in what actually goes on. And that's true. But one of the areas that is so important that I wanted to bring Jason back in because I do a lot of work off podcast with this issue and that's criminal justice and criminal justice reform and Jason has been at the heart of that for a while. I work with the folks at justice action network. You've got a lot of groups out there that do this kind of work. But we're seeing some progress we're seeing some steps back and then what I want to talk to Jason about today is this idea that I saw a Republicans moving forward in what should be a really conservative issue combined with and they seem to be taking some steps back. So Jason Powell, welcome back to the dot com. Thanks for having me. It's good to see you as always. And that's a good time. I was going to say everything you're talking about in terms of criminal justice there are things that Republicans should be running on should be proudly proclaiming and your work on the first step act in Congress. You should wear as a badge of honor. And unfortunately, Republicans are going towards this tough on crime rhetoric that was so prevalent in the 1980s and 1990s. It's frustrating. Well, it is. And I think that's the part now. I wrote an op-ed a couple of weeks ago. We put it out and it was really hitting at that, you know, the whole idea that, look, if you're conservative, you know, this idea and then there's a lot going on. Let's just go ahead and I'm gonna hit it head on and you know, I know from your there's a lot going on in the Senate right now in particular the U.S. Senate that and one of the providers of that I'll name a name is Tom cotton and others who have said that the first step act was part of the reason for this crime wave right now. I mean, Jason, I mean, there's a lot of things you could say about the first step back. Okay, I'll take some criticism, both sides, you know, we'll look at it. No legislation is perfect. But that's just an outright. I'm glad I'm glad to use the word because if you didn't say it was an outright lie, I was going to. I was going to say it was at best disingenuous at worst. It's an outlier outright lie. The Justice Department recently put out a report and it's a progress report on the first step back. And that progress report found that the rear rest rate. This is re arrest. Re arrest is the worst barometer of recidivism, the best barometer of recidivism for my view as an advocate, someone who studies this issue is probably re conviction. But rearrest rate for individuals released under the first step back. This is about ten, it's just under 10,000 individuals was 15.9%. For comparison, for comparison, the bureau prison says that the recidivism rate for the general population is 43%, 15.9, 43%. You can't even compare the two. First step has been a success and Republicans should be out there proclaiming it. It worked. It worked. We have the proof. It's worked. Now, it's a short, this is a short term recidivism rate. I'll concede that much. But 15.9%, that is really something to be proud of and Doug, you should be proud of it as someone who authored the bill in the house. And helped guide its passage back through after had cleared the Senate. This is something we should all any one of us who work on this bill. I lobbied on this bill. I spent more time talking to Doug and his whole chief of staff in his council than I want to admit. But, you know, everyone who worked on this bill should be proud of that. And for Tom cotton to go out and say that the first step back caused this new crime wave is blatantly false. Blatantly false..

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Due Process Institute's Jason Pye and Doug Discuss the First Step Act

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:18 min | 3 months ago

Due Process Institute's Jason Pye and Doug Discuss the First Step Act

"Everybody, it's Doug Collins glad to have you back on the dog Collins podcast. You got a great friend coming back in today to be on the podcast Jason parr, due process institute. I've known him for many, many, many years that we go back from Georgia politics to D.C. politics everywhere in between. But I wanted to bring Jason back in to like a lot going on in the D.C. front and it's not just in legislation, but it's also in its election cycle. You probably will realize that watch list of this podcast Washington podcast went on. Election cycles tend to make politicians do sort of different things. And it's a lot of pressure going on. And I'm not criticizing that. I've been a part of and a lot of part of it. You have to sort of find what works is a guy who's worked with my campaigns consulted for me forever. Chip Lake says, he says elections can be about everything you want them to be. But at the end of the day, the voters have a say in what actually goes on. And that's true. But one of the areas that is so important that I wanted to bring Jason back in because I do a lot of work off podcast with this issue and that's criminal justice and criminal justice reform and Jason has been at the heart of that for a while. I work with the folks at justice action network. You've got a lot of groups out there that do this kind of work. But we're seeing some progress we're seeing some steps back and then what I want to talk to Jason about today is this idea that I saw a Republicans moving forward in what should be a really conservative issue combined with and they seem to be taking some steps back. So Jason Powell, welcome back to the dot com. Thanks for having me. It's good to see you as always. And that's a good time. I was going to say everything you're talking about in terms of criminal justice there are things that Republicans should be running on should be proudly proclaiming and your work on the first step act in Congress. You should wear as a badge of honor. And unfortunately, Republicans are going towards this tough on crime rhetoric that was so prevalent in the 1980s and 1990s. It's frustrating. Well, it is. And I think that's the part now. I wrote an op-ed a couple of weeks ago. We put it out and it was really hitting at that, you know, the whole idea

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"chip lake" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

06:46 min | 6 months ago

"chip lake" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"You know, you mentioned the why are you running question? I can tell right away with the candidate if they're going to be a good candidate from that question. Because if I hear, you know, I've always wanted to be in Congress. It's been my lifelong dream. I can tell you that candidate is going to be a bear. Because they've got expectations about what running for offices or what being in Congress is super false. And when I hear somebody say, you know, we've got big problems in this country and I feel like I have to step up or, you know, the United States has been very good to me. I've lived the American Dream and now I see it slipping away. Those are answers that get me get me going because you've got to have a fortitude inside yourself to make it through the bad days on a campaign. And you've got to have a team that you like working. You got to like these people. Because I'm sure there were days where you spoke more with chip Lake or Scott Paradise than you did your own spouse. And so if you don't like these people, then you're not going to have a good time. But if you like them, the days that are bad and they're going to be bad days on a campaign, they're a little bit they're a little bit better. And so, you know, I always tell people just take your time, find somebody that you jive with that you're really that you can have a great conversation back and forth has a good demeanor about them and also doesn't feel like this is a liver dye thing. Like there's things that are bigger than politics. And so you have to maintain some of your morality and you have to maintain some of your pride and how you live because you can go down dark paths in this business. And I hate it when candidates are so desperate to win, but they're willing to do anything. Yeah. There's life beyond the campaign. There you also, I think you need to hit this. I feel I'm glad you brought this up, okay? I was blessed to have when I, again, there's differences. When I was in the state House, I really didn't have campaign, okay? I didn't have to. I was an area which I was known. Nobody really run against me. I just didn't know what campaigning was until 2011, 2012. One of the more brutal campaigns that I was a part of. In Georgia history. Yeah. It was a story. You know, but we won. And you know I look back on it and that was one of those times that I have to also go back to say, you either trust your campaign folks, or you fire them. You can't second guess it. You gotta, you know, you have to have input because it is your name on the campaign. You have input, but at the end of the day, it's either I do it or I don't do it. Don't fight about it. And you know, and then but the Congress is the NFL. It is. That the Senate because of the nationalization and everything is happening. But also when you're looking and I'm hoping candidates will hear this. And you might be in the middle of a campaign right now and you're saying, oh my God, I know exactly what you're talking about. How did I get into this? And how do I get out of it? One of the things that I always appreciated about my campaign is one I was able to keep my core groupings together my entire time. I had my general consultant was always chip. I had our digital head for the most part, we had one change, which you probably know about. We didn't have for my Senate race, but for the most part we had, you know, I had a guy who did my TV. I had chip. The main groupings were all the polling, all that was like, yeah. Because I trusted him. And they trusted me and we worked well together. But also one of the things is and I'm saying this to the candidates who are listening to this. Find good people pay them, but have the one who's in charge of your books. And it needs to be the general consultant. General consultant needs to know what's being paid, what's not being paid and needs to treat that money like it's they're not it's their own. Not borrowed. Because how many times have you seen Phil, a general consultant spend money and spend a candidate into debt? Oh, it's really a sad thing, you know? That's why having somebody trust is super important. I would also say, you know, there is a chain of command on a campaign is an important thing. I always tell people, you know, candidates will come to me, staff will come to me and I'll ask for things. And I'll say, well, hey, I'm just a digital guy. We need to loop the general consultant in on this. And it's because when you budgeting is 90% of a campaign. 90% of the campaign's winter loss happens on a spreadsheet. Because how you spend money determines how many voters you could reach. How often you can reach them and often determines whether you're going to win or not. And I think that I've seen candidates go into debt. You know, if you, if you're running for Senate, especially if you're an incumbent, you could probably you could probably afford to go into a little bit. But most people can't do that. And so it's super important to watch the books and make sure that that balance sheet is zero. At the end. You don't want to leave anything in the campaign account because that's about practice. But you don't want to be over it. I would also say, you know, if I was just giving advice to candidates, as it relates to money, you know, your donors, some of your donors are going to see how you spent that money. And so when a win or lose, you know, if you want to run again, you've got to be able to look those people in the eye and make sure that you were a good steward of the donation they gave you. And I've seen several candidates squandered that opportunity. Because often people, you know, they want to be on. They want to be on your team. They want to see they're investing in you for the long haul. And I've seen candidates waste money on dumb things. I'm dumb ideas on bad ads. I'm stupid consultants and it's a reflection of you and the relationships you have with your donors. And I think that's super important. It is. And I think this is, again, I think the most for people taking away from this podcast that is number one, the campaigns is no longer just putting a bunch of hard times in the back of the truck and going to the grocery store and shaking the hands of everybody saying, I told somebody this is shocked on one day. They said, well, I want to go shake hands at this festival. I said, well, that's great..

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"chip lake" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"chip lake" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"What's interesting here is that it does change. Because he says reluctantly assigned ternary ages to these implement bearing strata. And then these frenchie just totally wrong. He says it's they're certainly seen or miocene. And and then so then ribiero. Who's a geologist. he's not an anthropologist. He begins openly reporting. That human implements were being found in plasma and miocene formations in portugal. But this is an eight hundred sixty six so the question is are i guess the question we would ask is do they still think these are planning and miocene formations today right. That's a question. Yeah for sure. My point is that that just in the epistemological sense when you're looking at these old studies depending on what they're analyzing. Yeah can say well is that a is that really. I don't know what the word for it is. But how do you define a work tool one guy tried to do it right. He tried to come up with these. Like a barnes the barnes definitions yeah. I don't see how it's i mean. I guess i don't see how it's doable. But it could be done. I also have. I agree i have trouble i. I've looked at a lot of pictures of lives since starting this book report and in some cases i'm just like i have no idea how to recognize that i would never recognize that in the field right but one thing they do. Is they examine them with a lens. And so even if it's just a a flint chip lake there was probably made. Naturally i mean it could have been somebody whacked it and broke it on but the edges very sharp but they analyze that edge and they see evidence of being used as a tool. It's not microscopic but it requires magnification to see so you'd have to walk around in the field with a frigging magnifying glass. To tell like you'd have to look at that edge it'd be like yep somebody was using this to hack it bone and so yeah there could be telltale signs of that type of thing. But in some cases there could be geological forces that are yet unknown or undetectable in the sedimentary layers. That it's found in or whatever layers found in did in the future. We'll have technology to understand. Okay these are the forces that were happening here and this is the way the it moves or shifts and so this work. This what was thought was worked. Could be your natural so that like in that sense. Yeah like a one of these arguments. They brought up like that ice. Glaciers could be and this is why the flakes seemed to go in one direction says grinding it. Against right and it's actually breaking flakes off. It is a little soft pushing against harder. Still right at the lakes are all in the same direction and that makes it look like human work. But it's totally not that make sense yup but a lot of a lot of times. You're finding these things. There was never any ice there.

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"chip lake" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"chip lake" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Pound and pound and pound and pound and pound and bound bound bound bound and finally. Finally you get his voters to say enough already. Screw this guy. I didn't realize he was as bad as he was. I'm not going to go. Vote for him. That's the entire strategy of runoff. That's what you do. I will never forget. Very first time. I ever ran a congressional race. It was actually my candidate was in a runoff against a candidate. Who's race would be run by chip lake whose doug colleges consultant. He was the chief of staff for. Jeff duncan for while chip is a brilliant campaigner. You want to win a race. Typically hired chip lake because he's awesome Chip is a great guy Dear i just have a world respect for that guy and my guy got into the run off and he basically had bled his campaign dry getting to the runoff and he had no money and i had told him so. My guy had been a book publisher and a pastor. And i told him you want to run as the small business. Men do not run as the pastor please but his best friend was like no no. No you gotta run as the pastor to reign as the pastor conservative part northeast georgia north west georgia rather and Part of the problem with some of the books that he published. If you're gonna as the conservative bible thumper you don't want to publish books and defensive gay marriage from a biblical perspective. Well happen got into the run off and we didn't really have the money and the attacks started coming. He calls himself a pastor in. These are the titles of the books. His publishing company published man. We lived out of that when it was it was brutal. We didn't have any money. I mean the day after the attack started. I mean the attack started the day. After and feel angry one now he became. The congressman chip lake was his consultant and They went they went negative the day after the the the primary we hit into the run off. And you know what. I gotta tell you. I learned my lesson. I ran two races and george after that that went into runoffs and the day after the election We went on the attack immediately. Now you just attack attack attack attack attack adak. The general rule of thumb is in georgia. If you're republican your base turns out in an election run off at a higher rate than the other guy but to ensure it you attack attack attack attack attack And the reason that you do that is because particularly in georgia..

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"chip lake" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"chip lake" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Thanks very much for that. But for for those who. Grew up in the Middle East and I, understand some fine. But for those who don't for his three points is one we need someone with a great ag in in ties the that people are abandoning farms younger people leaving the country She's got a background as a farmer and in southern Illinois she was in far for eight she gets the egg industry. It's a big industry Georgia number. Two that sitting this message around the world that we have a woman like Kelly Leffler that we don't just have the stacey. Abrams is of the world out there conservative women from Georgia's well and three also very important. This shows that the president is not a if he would campaign for not the misogynistic anti woman person that so many people claim and he's right on all three points now. That being said I want everyone to know again I did vote for Kelly. Leffler. I absolutely did I told the governor I would I did I kept my word but concurrent to all of that I do like Doug. Collins. I told Doug that I mean when he called. To tell me, he was running I i. said I I. Love You man and would support you. But I promise the governor had support Kelly for I'm keeping my word and I wish you best luck and if he gets into runoff. I'll be out there doing everything I can to help him I kind of wished he had held off for two years to let. tell let her have two years as opposed to a year to show us whether or not. She really is she claims to be, and if she is she'll get reelected and if not I think it gives doug a musician that being said he's done a masterful job. I know Chip Lake. actually chip Blake actually the very first time ever in a Congressional Race Blake beat. Me his candidate one. He's a great guy I really liked him He served as the Chief of staff to Jeff Duncan for a while he left with Doug Collins I think he was annoyed with Governor keeps out I want to speak for him but I get the sense with the governor going with Leffler as opposed to someone like either a Jeff Duncan or or a Or a Doug Collins but he's a gypsy great guy great guy and I I I know I speak for a lot of Georgia to feel very torn in this race as to where to go and My choice was to the governor has the right to make the pick. The governor made the pick I trust the governor. Jim so I will stand with the governor's pick. I. Know Doug better than. Kelly. But I also know the governor better than Doug and I trust where the governor's heart is on this and Leffler hasn't done anything wrong she's given me no reason to throw her out of office in fact she's considered. The most likely to vote for the President's policies in the Senate I think she's done show. To prove that she is as conservative as she claims. She's getting attacked for some of the WNBA stuff that really wasn't her fault, the planned parenthood staff and and the matter stuff they've come out against her the black lives matters folks are out to get her So I'm I'm standing with her, and then frankly you have the speaker of the house come out against your of course. I'M GONNA. Vote for her against the speaker of the house The speaker of the.

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"chip lake" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"chip lake" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Friday. Part of the issue with the president going to middle Georgia on Friday is it's a bad sign for the president because he shouldn't have to campaign in Georgia with less than three weeks to go at the same time, he's trying to maximize the non Atlanta vote. Brian Kemp lost the Atlanta area in the suburbs in two, thousand eighteen and became governor because of rural voters in Georgia turning out in mass to vote for him. The president is hoping to duplicate that strategy to save Georgia for him. Now, this has other implications in Georgia you gotTa know about. David Purdue could get a runoff God help us people David Purdue could get a runoff Kelly Leffler and Raphael warnock are going to have run. Now it could be Doug Collins and you do need to know this. They could very well be Doug Collins, who gets into this runoff with warlock. The Doug Collins closing strong in the last three weeks his campaign manager. Chip Lake is very smart campaign strategist. They've kind of held their fire until the very end and other going deeply negative leffler over the insider trading allegations. They've kept the race very close with her or not consolidate the Democrats could be collins going into the race or a into the off. We don't know for sure. We'll find out. In less than three weeks who's going into that runoff, but now purdue could have run off as well. The reason is because chain Hazel who is libertarian candidate is running holding purdue back in the very same way by the way in north. Carolina. It's the Libertarian candidate in North Carolina whose causing Thom Tillis lead to lose if the Libertarian candidate in North Carolina dropped out now Tillis, all the polling shows would consolidate that vote in beat cal Cunningham. In Georgia, we've runoff they don't have what North Carolina and Georgia there's a runoff. So if the libertarian holds purdue back, purdue is going to get into a runoff with us off now Quinnipiac has of winning Quinnipiac is the only pull out there that has also winning. It's the only poll that has a major surge for Biden Quinnipiac has shown a distinct democratic bias across the country this year in ways that even Democrats, are skeptical of. I don't actually think that Joe Biden is winning Georgia. I don't actually think that Jon Ossoff is winning Georgia. I don't actually think that Rafeal is GonNa Win Georgia. Georgia is still a republican state privately behind the scenes off the record democrats Georgia also concede that Donald Trump could possibly lose Georgia but that purdue and and the Republicans do not lose the Senate seats and the reason has everything to do with Donald Trump and nothing in in in everything to do with him exclusively, it is his personality that has turned off voters. Now. We'll see I'm in the camp that he doesn't lose I I. Just I. Don't believe that trump loses Georgia. And I in the camp that thinks the president's dire straits and if the election continues as is continuing, he's not gonNa make it I, actually told someone yesterday I and I'll tell I keep nothing from you guys. I'll tell you this gonNa make you mad. I would not be surprised if Biden's declared by one am after the election..

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"chip lake" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"chip lake" Discussed on Pantheon

"From Abergavenny food capital of. The, Western world. Compete for Wales. We'll be talking to you about Prince's sign of the times and also about the week's new William Interview with Sonic use. But right now, we want to hear about your stellar careers running to cheat whereas it will begin seeing what was your way into magic my way into music arms into music always from a very traditional. Welsh family. So the music was more chuckle. Pub. was little I was just obsessed and my dad is a big music fan. Didymus quite little that I can best with his tapes and. Mike created music journalist. Began as a local paper in. Which I can say many people called. You want to a trump. Fit All over this? Especially these days. Come behind to tape the tips. To My job I did work sprains. My job was to crack the charts woolworth's on a Saturday morning type it up. Oh. That's until it's. Very Mundane but got exciting Bogging bannon spend money on. All sorts of Things are started off in wolves, central it. My love of Synth Paul by eighties in compilation is where I head. Jump. Explodes. Who would strictly book? It's crap like that kind stuff. Yes. Yes. Exactly. So while I'm when t university slipped off it for a while because. Quite fancy university went to Oxford and everybody was much better than me and I run away from journalism scared and president of the Union won't. I was president of the team salion of my college, which is not the same as been the oxygen I hate away from the. Yeah I was scared helps was here but after succession, really terrible jobs act university assaulted a financing with Matt's Haines who was one of the Co founders of Sarah Records who I just knew from gigs India's one indie pop was one of the things I like I like the staff. And we just stuck in this idea of funding about London and I sent a copying in early two thousand and three to this running and stable magazine called. 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And yet pulled annoying who is one of the greatest writers? Yes. In the room with all these people wanting education. There's a small room wasn't I mean. I've seen pictures of the would remain fairly smooth. Larger. than the pages cupboard. Still slow you wouldn't be able to work in that right now but you know but clearly, it wasn't a however creativity. tastic. I was next to the movies cabinet, which is constantly toppling full of CD's DVD's promotional things. James. York's insider James Hilton side one point. CLO- Melendez but yet like it was small teams wallet. Law. Production. For while I had to lend quickly. I would. Photo research are member finds the Daily Mirror Folks Law privacy finding an amazing stuff. We could get quite cheaply. Remains a gold forgotten pictures of the sex pistols and stuff like that. But it was going because what was great about would is there were really keen on getting on different perspectives on Paul was especially He said today if some countries said, there are full Brian she's command the sold festival biting off on you to do twelve hundred words like cycling. Well, I know. The I can tell them radio while I. Love It I. Don't know these and he said that's why I want you to do it. Because you're interested in music like don't WanNa read somebody's about a hundred times on as an entity. Of Paul Simon's complete solo back catalogue radio. It was. You. Know it was it was I was getting such great opportunities and then slugged into you started coming as well or the first Jude. I did actually was before I started work there it was bank holiday August danger doesn't three and I've seen no one was around at panicky come focal from Andrew Harrison spoken. Saying. Can you get less? We know we don't know you very well, but to go lasted to the travelers to into track. And OPS? Yes. This is the next day and you know that going Notre Dame. I go I was in my mum we went to all goes to look at dictaphone remember I was so completely clueless. Uncle lived during elastic. So ends up going to less than my uncle dropping off the travelers he was in the travelers because he was between writing and leads Billy Bragg, that's why he'd stopped in between the legs. He was such a joy though a lucky personnel professed to remember him giving me career advice. You saying, you know don't give job, keep trying build a freelance Korean keypads but I loved the interview I think that was the thing that got me ready. Kelly Johnston stereophonic after that. Let him go as well. Too many as in the patron and I'm sure it's very nice but it wasn't particularly great. So the trump origin less. Sunset Marquis in West. But I imagine you have interviewed many. Women Arrese in sought prestigious I don't. Know. Reflection on Leicester's. or by the way, maybe one of the finest travel or just in the country got. Starting off as he's Jackson in two thousand and three I did miss a lot of the I miss. The Glorious by did still get few amazing press chips I want to expel seaport first international job was y'all could fire in Vancouver. I was twenty seven. I'd never flown by myself for it was no publicist coming along is just May. I couldn't get over how exciting it was. I spent three days with them out that interviewed members. The band until you know had done done term invoke Vancouver that was amazing. I still have the Chip Lake Pass that had from that Ice Hockey Stadium Humming on the back of my office door. Tom. I've always had..

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"chip lake" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"chip lake" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Twenty four hour news center with W. espys top stories this half hour the man hunt in in every county reportedly over channel to reporting police have found the found the man who shot a woman in a domestic dispute and then took off running into some woods McDonough middle and high schools were both on hard lockdown for several hours but most students have now been released forty five degrees in Atlanta top Democrats say they did not they did the right thing rather by voting to impeach president trump on abuse of power and obstruction of Congress charges I'm Jeannie do pre in Washington a day after the house voted to impeach president trump seems like people have a spring in their step speaker Nancy Pelosi said she had no regrets because the president was held accountable for his reckless behavior the speaker said for now she was holding off on sending the impeachment resolution to the Senate still trying to pressure the GOP on how his Senate trial would go governor bring Kim's appointment of Kelly Leffler to replace retiring senator Johnny Isaacson is caused a rift within the lieutenant governor's office within hours of the announcement by governor Brian camp chip lake the top paper lieutenant governor Jeff Duncan resigned his position apparently over Duncan's decision to take the advice of someone outside the office in a statement Duncan admitted to finding success in building consensus and seeking counsel from people he trusts with different perspectives is now receiving affirmation from the governor himself in a tweak camp says the two of war together over the last year and quote wall someone to tear us apart and slower progress we will not be deterred center parish ninety five point five double U. S. B. federal regulators have vastly scaled back a plan to make more shrimp nets include sea turtle escape hatches a conservation group calls it a dangerous departure the proposal the proposed rule rather would have required about fifty eight hundred insure shrimp boats to use turtle exclude or devices and Gainesville a deadly Listeria outbreak that has sickened at least seven people at a factory traced back to Georgia it's late to pre packaged hard boiled eggs from hallmark foods in Gainesville the outbreak covers five states although there are no confirmed cases here in Georgia one person has died in Texas because many of the questionable eggs are already premade products like egg salad and hard to trace back to the factory the CDC urges people at higher risk for Listeria infection like pregnant women and the elderly to throw out a hard boiled egg products retailers to trace their hard boiled eggs back to the source Jack about ninety five point five WSPA and unsurprisingly passenger records continued.

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"chip lake" Discussed on WSB-AM

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03:51 min | 2 years ago

"chip lake" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Five point five WSP not just your Georgia power bill going up now the state public service commission has approved today in Atlanta gas and white rate hike to commissioner Chuck eaten explains the rationale you're dealing with regulations out of Washington and they're putting more more mandates on us to you and those costs money it costs money to expand the systemic cost money for safety by consumer groups activists say nope just greed this would be about a thirty dollar price hike per year per customer in depth coverage of campaign twenty twenty on ninety five point five W. S. new at six o'clock it is debate night again tonight seven Democrats take the stage at Loyola Marymount university in Los Angeles on this campus tonight in the shadow of LA acts seven Democrats take the stage the letter almost exactly twenty four hours after Democrats voted for impeachment yesterday tonight what's on known as if the candidates will try to shy away from talking about impeachment oracle goal full land on their attacks against president from ABC's Alex stone at the debate hall will carry it live tonight starting in our eight o'clock hour the impeachment pre trial fight is already all on in the Senate each party's leader spent the day attacking the other Majority Leader Mitch McConnell say the Democrats have no case articles are just unproven they're also constitutionally in coherent democratic leader Chuck Schumer says that Mitch McConnell is preventing a real impeachment trial if the house cases so weak why is leader McConnell so afraid of witnesses and documents house speaker Pelosi not sending impeachment articles until she knows the trial rules Andy field ABC news Capitol Hill and even some of president trump's staunchest supporters refused today to endorses attack last night on the late Michigan congressman John Dingell and his wife Lindsey Graham himself today I don't know what the president said that just taking your word that it was when appropriate that should he should in my view of politics president trump said it is Michigan rally last night the John Dingell might be looking up from hell any call Mrs Dingle a real beauty that one now Congress woman Debbie Dingell says our president has made her first Christmas without her husband even harder Helen interrupted news weather an airborne traffic for your drive home this is the six PM nonstop news feed on ninety five point five W. S. B. U. infonet shooting at a senior home and westerly Rhode Island police chief Sean Lacy spoke late this afternoon says the shooter was a sixty six year old resident of the home who later shot himself dead victims that we shot two of them will work because of the facility in one of the victims was a resident of this is filling the other worker who survived the attack is in critical condition was in surgery this afternoon police make two more rest in the car jacking of that seventy four year old woman at a gas station in the cab county Gresham road means all three known suspects are in custody state politics injury governor camps appointment of Kelly Leffler to succeed Johnny Isaacson in the Senate is love one top staffer unhappy enough to quit within hours of the announcement by governor Brian camp chip lake the top paper lieutenant governor Jeff Duncan resigned his position apparently over Duncan's decision to take the advice of someone outside the office in a statement Duncan admitted to finding success in building consensus and seeking counsel from people he trusts with different perspectives is now receiving affirmation from the governor himself in a tweet camp says the two of war together over the last year and quote wall someone to tear us apart and slower progress we will not be deterred center parish ninety five point five WS and critics call it one of the year's worst films and it hasn't even opened yet yours is when everyone trots out their best of lists and there were stuff cats doesn't open until Friday but already the Hollywood reporter ranks the all star musical is one of twenty nineteen worst movies other critics appear to agree it's getting pounded pretty much everywhere do other high profile stinkers according to The Hollywood Reporter the X..

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06:55 min | 3 years ago

"chip lake" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Should have grounded these early, but the government shutdown. Absolutely aggravated and excess. Failures of the FAA a avenue software able knew of the problem with the sensor. Jim Tillman has worn many hats throughout his strawberry life. He's been a pilot n- EMMY award winning broadcast or weather man, aviation expert, terrific musician and author to and it's always great to have on the program. Jim, I hope you're doing. Well, what are your thoughts on the ground in these point planes? Is this more of a pilot is is really an equipment issue. This a little bit more complicated than that. Why are they grounded as good? I. Because. The answers for the last one of the most political. Well, that's kind of what I was driving app. Design an expert on yesterday. A woman that's written a book about she was actually a former inspector general at the department of transportation, and she was involved then ValuJet deal many years ago, and she said, oh ground and ground them ground them. And I was I was pushing back during their segment during our interview. And I said, well, you know, we have two planes. Go down. Obviously is a coincidence factor here perhaps. But I I didn't hear a lot of our pilots saying that there was a problem with the equipment that they were suspecting there is a problem with the training. Well. We have a very complex situation going on as we speak. The players that you mentioned the equipment after we'd have training. We have the public. Airlines and their business some business. We have a we have politics all over the world. Yeah. Sit down and try to analyze this thing and spell it out for what is and what isn't his four to it is it is prudent then for the president of the United States to follow Canada, and other, you know, most of the airlines around the world and saying okay until we get that black box until we Canalis the data. We'll set him down. It's an inconvenience. But it'll all work out. He did have a very vocal support for Boeing today. No. Photo. We still kind of a readout equipment based some sound decisions. Read out some those accidents. Them out. So I I side. I'm interested to know what to tell us how long do you think that would take him? What how long do you think that would take? Well, it shouldn't take very long at all. I mean, it's all electronic could lay those out electrons digitally, sorry and run them. So discrepancy or something doesn't stands up. Just remarkably different. You started flying in the army, obviously, then you work for American Airlines in nineteen sixty five. And I mean, the while you were a commercial airline pilot. How often did you have to you know, since this is dead for different technology, obviously. But the the March of technology is constant how often did you get into a plane and say, wow, I better I better figure out exactly what's going on here because I need to understand every facet of this this airplane every time that the feeling I needed to understand what airplanes. What was your biggest scare back in those days? Did you ever have anything similar? I had no serious wherever I've played in equipments is I was flying was safe. And and and. That it had been properly maintained knew that. I could rely on my training as being solid and the experiences that all others have had to seven twenty seven was an airplane, unless you're younger that I think you are you remember that as being a real workhorse around the world. Absolutely. What's what was your closest call? I mean, do you. Remember the incident where it's like, wow. I didn't expect this to happen. I'm just going to take over and shut off the autopilot. Well, when the airplane was brand new it had some all kinds of problems. You matter of fact. There's one on the sitting out on the bottom. Blue chip Lake Michigan right now. So I'm just saying back in that day. There were some remarkable problems all kinds of investigations, I can tell you about any number of airplanes. Phone very well. I'm service like the locked plus electro. When I came out was the first alternative engine airplane that we had fly, but a lot of my friends did. And when it first came out. What's going on the waves coming off? We lost the number airplanes that way. Filbert simple matter of the. That was taking place and then resonated combining with other vibrations airframe that we can discuss other wings team, were you? I assume you were on the air the day that that the way that horrible crash and elk grove village. What was in nineteen seventy nine or eighty? Thank you. I'm part of my ignorance from what did that turn out to be was that that was a mechanical issue was pilot error? I don't recall turned out to be a maintenance problem. In the maintenance craft. They they removed the left engine for many nuts attached to another engine or whatever else or. Let on party on what we didn't know is that that was not a very safe way to change the engines. And you could develop some hairline cracks. So much sports are significant as opposed to postpone. Well, I really appreciate pop on this afternoon. How are you enjoying your life nowadays? Well, I appreciate calling on your expertise size. Nice reconnecting when you Jim night. We'll have you back. I'm sure well, I'll be here. Thank you. Appreciate it. There goes the great Jim Tillman on wwl is coming up next the federal courts reporter for the Tribune. Well, he had a he had a bombshell story in today's paper regarding alderman, Daniel Sali's, but on top of that it turns another tributary has breaking news. You're getting Kim FOX Michelle Obama's former chief of staff and Eddie Johnson we'll touch on that with Jason miser next as well. Checking WLS traffic.

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