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"chuck weber" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

08:44 min | 10 months ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"Up between now and then you're choosing to get worked up. I know it's frustrating back to the headlines. The red should be opening three-game series with the pirates. Great American ballpark. Tonight it would have been game. Fifty four of the regular season I would have had Kelsey Chevrolet extra innings after the game. Nhl The league announcing today they will abandon the rest of the regular season. They will go straight to the playoffs. Twenty four teams instead of sixteen if if they are cleared to resume play the top four seeds in each conference would play a round robin against each other for seeding. The remaining eight seeds in each conference would play a best of five series. They would do all this with two hub cities hosting the Games Columbus listed as one of the possibilities again this nhl today if they can get clearance and clear the hurdles with screening everything else. That is their plan to get back to hockey to hub. Cities playing the Games and Nfl Yahoo Sports reports. Nfl head coaches could return team facilities as early as next week with full squad. Minicamps potentially on the docket for mid to late June college football collectively the conferences and Television. Networks have agreed to an extension today for determining college. Football's early season gain times beyond the standard June. The first deadline high school football quarterback Jalen Kit son of former Bengals quarterback John Kit not one a few old announced his commitment to the Florida. Gators on twitter this morning. The three star recruit had multiple offers including Tennessee Arizona and Boston college and Congrats Bryant Neal the former Xavier Thomas. More women's coach takes over the women's program at Wittenberg today. Best of luck to him for everything else. Go to my blog. You'll find it at seven hundred wwl. W DOT COM on the blog right. Now I've gotTA look back to yesterday's anniversary of the reds the padres dusty harangue and eighteen innings. I have The weekend anniversary of the bengals franchise being founded if you missed interviews last week for Matthew Modine to Doug Flynn to Pat Brennan the enquirer talking. Fc Cincinnati Dave Miley. The former reds manager a chuck Weber the former cyclones coach and they anniversary of winning a Kelly Cup ten years ago. Rick Green Cup of coffee a reds pitcher in ninety nine or coli harvey among others. All of it always available in podcast form at seven hundred WWL W dot com all right. After the bottom of the Hour Kim Miller get checked in and very excited about dad came has done a number of. He's a local filmmaker and has done a number of projects involving the reds but his project is on Ezzard Charles the legendary Cincinnati boxer. We'll get his thoughts on that I do want to. Maybe before the hour is up. Get into a little bit more on what the NHL has come out with today and how they are planning to basically say all right. We're leaving behind our regular season. The remaining games will not be played. Here's our setup and the setup including doing all this the playoffs into NHL cities then the back half of the seven o'clock hour. We'll get into some bowling lanes opened up or at least able to open up to today. Air Guy Todd McGill from Coleraine. Bowl will check in vic amen the king of TV bowling. And then Richard Skinner. I kind of went down the rabbit hole today of King of TV bowling and the site. And it's a youtube channel has a gazillion the old king of TV bowling shows and man. I'm why I'm watching all the hosts through the years. Jack Moran John Popovich did it for a short time. I think hurt George. Vogel's voice on one of those Todd Donohoe Fred Khalil. Richard Skinner did a couple of those. Join us in the eight o'clock hour and talk about that but let's do this. Let's get you caught up on the news of the day and when we come back. Kim Miller local filmmaker on his Charles Product or project is we continue our check on news. Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred. Wwl W TODAY. Six thirty eight seven hundred. Wwl W Arnelle carriers sports dot presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on Lions mcallister. Saturday walk and our next guest big fan of his work. He is a local filmmaker and writer and composer jack-of-all-trades He resides in Dayton Kentucky. He's done over Over forty seven short films since two thousand at five. He's featured today at great piece by Shannon Russell on they have led by the way he's done a project on the professional baseball team that Covington Blue Sox with played in the Federal League back in nineteen thirteen the nineteen nineteen world series crosby field. His latest project is on the legendary Cincinnati Boxer Ezzard Charles from our on that pleasure to welcome in Cam. Miller how are you I am doing well? How about you good there? I am fantastic is great to catch up with you. Let me do this for someone listening right now who who might have just said who was. Charles. Give them the cliff notes. Give 'em a couple of bullet points about who Charles was. Well I think he he was champion and to come from Cincinnati's west side and to make it out of their back in the forties and the fifties and come out of that that environment To to fight the likes of Rocky Marciano Joe Lewis. He needs to. He beats with his idol. Did his story so fascinating. Drives around town knows as Charles the street the road but they don't know that there was a man behind that street name and there's a reason why he was a champion of hard work of course a lot of luck but I just don't think that enough people know about his greatness and I hope that I can do small parties and just Kinda give him his due. Take me back three or four years ago. You're in Washington pirker drinking a cup of coffee and you decided it was time to do it as Charles Project. I'm sitting there. I'm having a cup of coffee and as these two young gentlemen and they're arguing one says hey as a child. He's a musician knows a politician. And I'm just shaking my head thinking I want to go over their phone. Their fate Google. This is Charles but I already had an idea about doing a film but that really set in motion that aspect of it and then watching the Dave Parker a documentary that was last year. That got me really excited because of the westside connection that neighborhood that rough and tumble area that Kinda get to go off the over. And the the greatness that came out of there and other Charles is one of those guys Tim. How do you begin? Researching guy who fought in forties and fifties and died forty-five years ago Thursday of this week. Right it was. I stumbled upon a book by William Debt. Lost The ring the Ring magazine and he has a fantastic book going through Youtube. Just watching clips. Just it was unbelievable. How this guy who was known as a kind of a meek. He's really boring guy. I mean he was shot by he. Ransom fights as a kid he didn't want to be involved but when you put him in the ring he became beast. And I think that there's a story there. You might have been boring and you might have not had the glamorous the Mike Tyson esque you know streetfighting persona but he. He just woke up into this vs when he got in the ring and the likes of who he fought. It's unbelievable the local filmmaker Cam Miller checking in tonight for a few minutes his latest project as Charles I I loved and we traded notes this morning when a boxer gets ready to fight he has to get his mind in the right frame in and get going in to get in the right frame. You were buying things on ebay. You know how that goes you. WanNa get it pumped up so I'm programs ticket stubs and looking up things what can I get? I'm trying to make t shirts and then of course do that. You pay the Rocky Soundtrack. Yawning imaginary polly. And the next thing. You know you're in the zone and you're ready to go the Tigers last in the right frame of mind to make much. I love it now you were. You were already into this one in the pandemic hit. Talk to me about the complications there right. I had scheduled some interviews that I wanted to do. But it's kind of one of those things that's well. This happened but it it could have been for the best because he completely changed dynamic film. I went for making this. You know typical last dance. Kind of documentary. You're talking to people about what happened in going into and just letting Ezzor tell his story. What did he want to say? I'd go through all the interviews. I go through clips. Where in a radio broadcast.

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"chuck weber" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

05:59 min | 10 months ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"I, we're all in seven hundred already seven hundred wwl W sportstalk till nine gamble infants abrupt the reality. Check at that point later on this hour. Pat Brennan from the enquirer talks a little FC Cincinnati coming up in the eight o'clock hour. It's tonight. Tonight's the ten year anniversary of the cyclones winning the Kelly Cup that was their second in three years. We'll talk with the voice of the cyclones at the time. Time John. Hamill we'll talk with the coach of the cyclones at the time. Chuck Weber they'll check in at eight. Oh Five, eight twenty, and then Doug Flynn the glue at eight thirty five tonight. I happened to notice. Today is the anniversary of his first major, League home run imagine being twenty four years old playing for the big red machine in nineteen, seventy five. You get to replace Joe Morgan in. In the seventh inning, your parents are in the stands, and you get your first major league home run. I I dropped Doug Flynn note on facebook today. He said sure I'll come on, so he's coming on at eight thirty six tonight to talk about that moment, so we are loaded up between now and nine o'clock alright excited to get with our next guest because I saw saw Fox nineteen in A. A, story that the German rounded, and I said all right I gotTa talk with him. Because this is clearly like sweeping the tri-state, it is Joe Borough Jersey mania that is unfolding the search for the number nine Joe Borough Jersey, and who better to turn to than the epicenter of it all the iconic cook sporting goods on Fourth Fourth Street downtown. Let's welcome in Eric. Cook Eric Lance McAlister. How are you? I'm doing great land. How're you doing tonight? I am very well and I'm glad you could spend a few minutes. Take take back, Joe. Borough was drafted. April twenty third. How would you describe the demand for the Joe Borough Jersey since that night? Well to be honest with you. It started about a week before that we were taking pre orders for season and really didn't know what we were getting ourselves into. We ordered a couple of hundred thinking well. We older, too many of these are people really going to be buying into this? You know, and then you know we. We were closed down for a couple of weeks. We opened up last Tuesday morning, and it was like Christmas morning we had twenty boxes or burrow jerseys, waiting for us and by Wednesday. They were just about all gone mad. Old Man I think everybody's frame of reference is back to Curson Palmer. Do you have a rely recollection of anything like this when Carson was drafted? Not even close, you know. Carson, was heisman trophy winner first round pick but he wasn't Jodhpur. Phenomenon I don't I. Don't really understand it fully, but the build up around Joe Borough. Compared to Carson Palmer. It's night and day. Thrill media is much much bigger so as you mentioned you are now. You're open right now. Is that correct? We are yes. We opened our doors. Turn the lights back on last Tuesday morning. We have all the safety measures in place, plexiglass masks, or required by anybody coming in, so we've been having walking customer guys last week. Yeah, do you? Do you have the borough jerseys in stock or do you have to order them at this point? We're still okay if you have if you're three XL. Or if you're a toddler or you side, we have those in stock. Still every other size. We ran out of like I said before, probably in a day or so we went through a couple of hundred, so we actually have more on order. They are telling us at Nike that we should expect him hopefully by the middle of June. Give me an idea of what say for an adult size something that I would wear. What is the cost of? Of Joe. Borough Jersey there eighty, nine, ninety nine. There's three different Nike Jersey that they make this is the cheaper of the three and really. Nike's had a manufacturing issue because of covid nineteen. They've had to shut down a lot of their facilities where they make these jerseys so really. They're only able to do the cheaper one four now. They told us during the season. They should have more hopefully. Knock on wood. capabilities to make all the others. I just checked my twitter feed and I have a question from listener. Only one of my listeners can have this question I will toss it to you. You see Chris wants to know. He has a Curson Palmer Jersey. Can he bring it in? Have you strip the Palmer off in so borough in yesterday? I had a feeling that might come up. Yeah, yes, we have done that before. We can certainly do that just happened. Get in touch with us. you know the great things about the Bengals? They love recycling numbers. You know it's not just. You from Rudy Dot in the center dent then Jeremy, Hill. That might be more of a cost effective way of doing the the Borough Jersey even buying new. Absolutely talking about Joe Borough Jersey. Mania, that has unfolding were at the epicenter of all of it with Eric Cook from Cook Sporting goods on Fourth Street downtown. Let me. Let me switch over to the reds. For a second. They had built up so much momentum in the offseason with so many signings did that translate into reds? Fans wanting reds jerseys this off season. You know I have a feeling it would. That's one of the negative things, and of course we have to keep everything perspective with everything going on in the world, but we were really looking forward to a bigger red season than we've had in a lot of years, and because we were shut down for a couple of months, we haven't seen it. you know which is a shame, but again I think whenever they do. Start to play ball again. I think there will be that excitement again so I think everybody in the city is open for that question related to the reds Shogo Akiyama. If someone wants a Shogo Jersey, does the back have shogo or does it have? Well I hope it has ocoee. The. Not. You can go the other way, too. That's beautiful. I love the flexibility. I've also always struck by this and I saw what I went to your website again today. You guys have been around this true. You guys have been around since eighteen eighty eight. That is correct, actually myself. My Cousin Ryan. Cutting Kathy word of generation, we're working there now, so we've been around for a while, not always telling sporting goods, but but you know we started with theater curtains and things like that and how we've evolved a bit over a year. Yeah. What those listening who who want more about the Borough Jersey WanNa look online. What's your website? It's www.

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"chuck weber" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

07:05 min | 10 months ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"All right. We're rolling seventy eight already seven hundred wwl W sportstalk till nine gamble infants abrupt the reality. Check at that point later on in this hour Pat Brennan from the inquire talks a little FC. Cincinnati coming up in the eight o'clock hour. It's Tonight is the ten year anniversary of the cyclones winning the Kelly. Cup that was their second in three years. We'll. We'll talk with the voice of the cyclones at the time. John Hamill. We'll talk with the coach of the cyclones. At the time. Chuck Weber they'll check in at Eight, Oh five eight twenty, and then Doug. Flynn the glue at eight thirty five tonight I happened to notice. Today is the anniversary of his first Major League home run imagine being twenty four years old. Old playing for the big red machine in nineteen, seventy five. You get to replace Joe. Morgan in the seventh in your parents are in the stands, and you get your first major league home run. I dropped Doug. Flynn note on facebook today. And he said sure I'll come on, so he's coming on at eight thirty six tonight to talk about that moment, so we are. Are loaded up between now and nine o'clock alright excited to get with our next guest, because I watched Fox nineteen in a story that the routed and I said all right. I've got to talk with him. Because this is clearly like sweeping the tri-state, it is Joe Borough Jersey. Mania, that has unfolding the search for the number nine Joe Borough Jersey and who better. Than the epicenter of it all the iconic cook sporting goods on fourth fourth street downtown. Let's welcome in. Eric Cook. Eric Lance McAlister. How are you? I'm doing great. How're you doing tonight? I am very well and I'm glad you could spend a few minutes. Take take me back Joe. Borough was drafted April twenty third. How would you describe the demand for the Joe Borough Jersey since that night? Well to be honest with you. It started about a week before that we were taking pre orders for these and really didn't know what we were getting ourselves into. We ordered a couple of hundred thinking well. We older, too many of these. Are People really going to be buying into this? You know, and then you know we we. We were closed down for. For a couple of weeks we opened up last Tuesday morning and it was like Christmas morning. We had twenty boxes or burrow jerseys waiting for us, and by Wednesday, they were just about all gone bad. Oh, man, I think everybody's frame of reference is back to Curson Palmer D. do you have a rely recollection of anything like this when Carson was drafted? Not even close you know Carson with heisman. Trophy winner first round pick but he wasn't Jodhpur. Phenomenon either I don't really understand it fully, but the build up around Joe Burrell compared to Carson Palmer. It's night and day for real media is much much bigger so as you mentioned you are now. You're open right now. Is that correct? We are yes. We opened our doors. Turn the life back on last Tuesday morning we have all the faith measures in place by the glass masks are required by anybody coming in, so we've been having walking customers as of last week. Yeah, do you? Do you have the borough jerseys in stock or do you have to order them at this point? We're still okay if you have if you're three XL. Your toddler or a youth size? We have those in stock still every other size. He ran out of like I, said before, probably in a day or so we went through a couple of hundred, so we actually have more on order. They are telling us at Nike that we should expect him hopefully by the middle of June or give me an idea of what say for an adult size something that I would wear. What is the cost of Joe? Joe Borough Jersey there eighty, nine, ninety nine. There's three different Nike Jerseys if they make. This is the cheaper of the three and really nice. He's had a manufacturing issue. Because of covid nineteen, it had to shut down a lot of their capabilities where they make these jerseys so really there only able to do the cheaper one four now. They told us during the season. They should have more hopefully. Knock on wood. capabilities to make all the others. I just checked my twitter feed, and I have a question from listener. Only one of my listeners can have this question I will toss it to you. You see Chris wants to know. He has a Curson Palmer Jersey. Can he bring it in? Have you strip the Palmer off in so borough in yesterday? I had a feeling that might come up. Yes we have done that before. We can certainly do advertising. Get in touch with us. you know the great things about the Bengals they love recycling numbers? You know from Rudy Daunton et Cetera then Jeremy Hill That might be more of a cost effective way of doing the The burgers even buying a new one. Absolutely talking about Joe Borough Jersey Mania, that is unfolding were at the epicenter of all of it with Eric Cook from Cook. Sporting goods on Fourth Street downtown. Let me let me switch over to the reds. For a second. They had built up so much momentum in the offseason with so many signings did that translate into reds? Fans wanting reds jerseys this off season. You know I have a feeling it would. That's one of the negative things, and of course we have to keep everything perspective with everything going on in the world, but we were really looking forward to a bigger red season than we've had in a Lotta years, and because we were shut down for a couple of months, we haven't seen it. you know which is a shame, but again I think whenever they start to play ball again. I think there will be that excitement again. So I think everybody in the city is open for that question related to the Regin Shogo Akiyama. If someone wants to show Jersey, does the back have shogo or does it have Akiyama? Well hockey on. Current, store, not. You can go the other way, too. That's beautiful I. Love the flexibility. I've also always struck by this and I saw this when I went to your website again today. You guys have been around this true. You guys have been around since eighteen eighty eight. That is correct, actually myself. My Cousin Ryan Cutting Kathy where the fifth generation we're all working there now, so we've been around for a while, not always selling sporting goods, but but you know I think we started with theater curtains and things like that and how a bit over the years yeah. What for those listening, who who want more about the Borough Jersey WanNa look online. What's your website? WWW DOT cook sports dot com Cookie Spelled Funky K. O. C. H. S. P. O. R.. T. S. Cook School Dot Com. Hey, it is a great catching up I appreciate the insight and best of luck going forward. Thanks thanks Eric there. You Go Eric Cook Cook Sporting Goods Fourth Street downtown. They can't keep them in. Everybody wants a Joe Borough Jersey. Talking with. Casey, earlier today about jerseys he has purchased. We've purchased or him birthdays Christmas. A you name it over the years and the luck. He has had with the players who he's got the Jersey of then being traded or leaving free agency. Can put together a really lengthy list. All right, Pat Brennan fills us in on the new FC FC Cincinnati coach coming up at seven thirty six will continue though it's Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. Arnelle, carriers your Global Transportation Provider visit our LLC DOT COM and Kelsey Chevrolet Open for sales and service with a new state of the Art Collision Repair Center coming in July seven hundred WWL W..

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"chuck weber" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

07:05 min | 10 months ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"All right. We're rolling seventy eight already. Seven hundred wwl W sportstalk till nine gamble. Infants abrupt the reality check at that point later on in this hour. Pat Brennan from the inquire talks a little FC Cincinnati. Coming up in the eight o'clock hour it's Tonight is the ten year anniversary of the cyclones winning the Kelly Cup. That was their second in three years. We'll talk with the voice of the cyclones at the time John Hamill. We'll talk with the coach of the cyclones. At the time Chuck Weber. They'll check in at eight. Oh five eight twenty and then Doug Flynn the glue at eight thirty five tonight. I happened to notice. Today is the anniversary of his first Major League home run. Imagine being twenty four years old playing for the big red machine in nineteen seventy five. You get to replace Joe Morgan. In the seventh in your parents are in the stands. And you get your first Major League home run. I dropped. Doug Flynn note on facebook today and he said sure. I'll come on so he's coming on at eight thirty six tonight to talk about that moment so we are loaded up between now and nine o'clock alright excited to get with our next guest because I watched Fox nineteen in a story that the German routed and I said all right. I've got to talk with him. Because this is clearly like sweeping the tri-state it is Joe Borough Jersey Mania that has unfolding the search for the number nine Joe Borough Jersey and who better than the epicenter of it. All the iconic cook sporting goods on Fourth Fourth Street downtown. Let's welcome in Eric. Cook Eric Lance McAlister. How are you? I'm doing great? How're you doing tonight? I am very well and I'm glad you could spend a few minutes. Take take me. Back Joe. Borough was drafted April twenty third. How would you describe the demand for the Joe Borough Jersey since that night? Well to be honest with you. It started about a week before that we were taking pre orders for these and really didn't know what we were getting ourselves into. We ordered a couple of hundred thinking. Well we older too. Many of these are people really going to be buying into this. You know and then you know we we we. We were closed down for a couple of weeks. We opened up last Tuesday morning and it was like Christmas morning. We had twenty boxes or burrow jerseys waiting for us and by Wednesday they were just about all gone bad. Oh Man I think everybody's frame of reference is back to Curson Palmer. D Do you have a rely recollection of anything like this when Carson was drafted. It's not even close. You Know Carson with Heisman Trophy winner first round pick but he wasn't Jodhpur phenomenon. Either I don't really understand it fully but the build up around Joe Burrell compared to Carson Palmer. It's night and day thrill. Media is much much bigger so as you mentioned you are. Now you're open right now. Is that correct? We are yes. We opened our doors. Turn the life back on last Tuesday morning. We have all the faith measures in place by the glass masks are required by anybody coming in so we've been Having walking customers as of last week yeah do you. Do you have the borough jerseys in stock or do you have to order them? At this point. We're still okay if you have if you're three. Xl Or if you're a toddler or a youth size we have those in stock still Every other size he ran out of like I said before. Probably in a day or so We went through a couple of hundred so we actually have more on order. They are telling us at Nike that we should expect him. Hopefully by the middle of June. Or give me an idea of what say for an adult size. Something that I would wear. What is the cost of Joe? Borough JERSEY. There eighty nine ninety nine. There's three different Nike Jerseys. If they make this is the cheaper of the three And Really Nice. He's had a manufacturing issue because of covid nineteen. It had to shut down a lot of their capabilities. Where they make these jerseys so really there only able to do the cheaper one four now. They told us during the season. They should have more. Hopefully knock on wood Capabilities to make all the others. I just checked my twitter feed and I have a question from listener. Only one of my listeners can have this question I will toss it to you. You See. Chris wants to know he has a Curson Palmer Jersey. Can he bring it in? Have you strip the Palmer off in so borough in? Yesterday I had a feeling that might come up. Yes we have done that before. We can certainly do advertising. Get in touch with us You know the of the great things about the bengals. They love recycling numbers you know from Rudy Daunton. The center dent then Jeremy Hill. That might be more of a cost. Effective way of doing the The burgers even buying a new one. Absolutely talking about Joe Borough Jersey Mania. That is unfolding. Were at the epicenter of all of it with Eric. Cook from Cook Sporting goods on Fourth Street downtown. Let me let me switch over to the reds for a second they had built up so much momentum in the offseason with so many signings did that translate into reds fans wanting reds jerseys. This off season you know I have a feeling it would. That's one of the negative things. And of course we have to keep everything perspective with everything going on in the world but we were really looking forward to a bigger red season than we've had in a Lotta years and because we were shut down for a couple of months we haven't seen it You know which is a shame but again I think whenever they start to play ball again. I think there will be that excitement again so I think everybody in the city is open for that question related to the Regin Shogo Akiyama if someone wants to show Jersey does the back have shogo or does it have well. I hope it has ocoee on our current store. Not You can go the other way too. That's beautiful. I love the flexibility. I've also always struck by this and I saw this when I went to your website again today. You guys have been around this true. You guys have been around since eighteen eighty eight. That is correct. Actually myself my cousin Ryan Cutting Kathy. Where the fifth generation? We're all working there now. So we've been around for a while not always telling sporting goods but but you know I think we started with theater. Curtains and things like that and have evolved a bit over the years. Yeah what for those listening. Who who want more about the Borough Jersey WanNa look online? What's your website? Www DOT cook sports dot com Cookie Spelled Funky K. O. C. H. S. P. O. R. T. S. Cook School Dot Com. Hey It is a great catching up. Appreciate the insight and best of luck going forward. Thanks thanks Eric. There you go eric. Cook Cook Sporting Goods Fourth Street downtown. They can't keep up in. Everybody wants a job earlier. A talking with Casey earlier today about jerseys he has purchased we've purchased or him birthdays Christmas. A you name it over the years and the luck he has had with the players who he's got the Jersey of then. Being traded or leaving free agency can put together a really lengthy list. All right Pat Brennan fills us in on the new. Fc FC Cincinnati coach coming up at seven thirty six will continue. Though it's Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet Arnelle carriers your global transportation provider visit our LLC DOT COM and Kelsey Chevrolet Open for sales and service with a new state of the Art Collision Repair Center coming in July seven. Hundred W W..

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"chuck weber" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

04:44 min | 10 months ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"And. Let's do a music always cues us to the segment on this date in reds history. Nothing's going on at the moment, so we flash back to the history of the reds I'm going to start in night. Put Out my right leg journal today I'm going to start an eighteen seventy on this date. The Cincinnati Commercial newspaper uses the term reds in reference to the red stockings for the first time about that, let's. Let's get all the way in nineteen sixty nine on this date. Tony clot injure his second to hitter the month. He beats the phillies four to nothing at Connie Mack stadium. Also, this was the season. The reds I used gatorade about that this date nineteen, seventy five. The mets beat the red sixty. Two at Riverfront Stadium Jerry coups would overdone Gullit. You realize the reds record at this point was twenty and twenty. Twenty and twenty. From that point forward, the reds went eighty eight and thirty four the rest of the way they went. What fifty four games over five hundred the rest of the way this state, nineteen eighty-one Doug Barron Remember Doug bear the closer he hit a three run home run of the ninth inning to lead the reds over the cubs at Wrigley Field. The reds won their eighth consecutive game. It was the only home run of Doug Bears fifteen year career. This date in one thousand, nine hundred five Ron Gant five rb is including an RBI single in the tenth to lead the reds past the astros nine two eight at Riverfront Stadium. Let's go to one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine, all man. It was this date. The agreement was reached to build the stadium. Great American Ballpark, the site next to synergy and first star in in the whole Broadway. Commons debate. They had decided it would be where it is now. This date nine, hundred, ninety, nine, the state, two, thousand, ten with the reds, leading nine three. With the reds leading ninety three in the ninth inning at Turner, field. The braves score seven runs to stun the reds. BROOKS CONRAD HITS A Walk Off Grand Slam against Coco Cordero. I can close my eyes and Lance. Nick's going back to the wall. He got his glove audit. He hit the wall in the ball went over the wall for a grand. Slam. That was an afternoon game. I'll I will never forget the phone call that on sportstalk. sportstalk and everybody felt about cocoa, and the reds bullpen at that point head lead nine to three, going to the bottom of the night, the rapid to the series they give up seven lose and remember. They flew to Cleveland and we wondered that night. Does this team ever recover from this game well? They did to win the division this day. Two thousand twelve Johnny Koito beat. Sympathy and the Yankees at Yankee Stadium Five to two Lancer Lance Ludwig. I used to play with landslide waking little lake. Ryan Ludwig. We had three hits flashing back to my little league days and homered in that game. All of it happening on this date in reds history all right. That was fun so the doctor tomorrow night looks as follows. Dave, Miley. Former. Internationally Hall of fame, manager and reds manager, a reds, minor league prospect, Dave Miley leads off the show at six o eight I still blown by the fact I'm in the middle of talking with Rick Green about his one and only major league appearance for the reds, and as I'm talking with him I see my phone light up and it is Dave Miley saying hey, tell him I, said hi, so days going to check in tomorrow night at six. Zero eight I want to ask you about Rick Green. And when asked him he played with Eric Davis we talked a lot about 'em, talked with Eric Davis earlier in the. The week when asked him about that and more and in the Eight o'clock hour on the tenth year anniversary of the cyclones winning the Kelly Cup John Hamill the radio Voice, of the time at eight. Oh, five Chuck Weber, their head coach at eight twenty, and if you're a cyclone fan I'll say some room for you after the on the back side of that around eight thirty five, or so with moments and memories of that got a couple of things in the works, their top secret at this point hang tight Jerry Jeff Walker has confirmed part. Three of what's been an outstanding look back at tragic story, but there are so many. Fascinating Story Lines in forts in the road and how that night impacted people's lives. Our could have impacted their lives. If not for other decisions they made. That will follow what the nightcap. Thanks for hanging out tonight. The news is next. It's been Arnaud Carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on seven hundred WWL W..

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"chuck weber" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

11:43 min | 10 months ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"Suggestions. Let me know for sure. I'm having a blast. Doing it for other people are joining as well and thank you very much again on on twitter and instagram. You're at Coley Harvey correct. That's correct. Excellent thanks go like take care. Thank you so much all right. That was good stuff. Good stuff we come back. I think this I this is so good. I think it cries out for a caller segment. Ryan Fagin covers Major League baseball for the Sporting News and he tweeted this yesterday. And this to me just sent me back in time for the answer. It's a simple question Ryan fagin ask. Who is your favorite baseball player? When you were eleven years old and why Ryan Fagin baseball writer. Sporting News. Sporting News Dot Com. Who is your favorite baseball player when you were eleven years old and why? I think we'll take some calls on that. I think we have some fun with that. Eighteen sportstalk seven hundred. Wwl W eight twenty five seven hundred. Wwl WWL's Arnaud Carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet are carriers your global transportation provider visit our LLC DOT COM and Kelsey Chevrolet Open for sales and service with a new state of the Art Collision Repair Center coming in July. And we've been flying tonight. It's already eight. Twenty five three outstanding guest. Rick Green loved that story. Jake herdsmen. How IMPRESSIVE IN COLI HARVEY? What a blast from the past and love just love his work so Ryan. Fagin leads us into our topic that we can maybe Head down the stretch with before on this date in Reds History Ryan Rights Major League Baseball for the sporting news and as I said before the break he asked a simple question on twitter and I love stuff like that so I'm always looking for ideas of some that we can have some fun with. This seems like something we can have some fun with. He said who is your baseball player when you were eleven years old. And why and I immediately flashed back summer. Nine thousand nine hundred seventy seven. I turned eleven years old that summer. My favorite player as an eleven year old was the guy. I ran the first because of a walk. I slid headfirst because of him. I love hitting the lead off hitter. Most of my life I loved hitting the first pitch of the game. A brand new shiny white baseball right up the middle for a hit and I would round the bag sharply as as a kid and I would clap my hands just like him and then I would scrunched down my batting helmet on my head just like him. It was pete rose. That was my guy when I was eleven years old at that time. You know when you were eleven. And this is seventy seven. They're coming off back to back world championships. Pete's hit three hundred every year. He's hitting forty doubles. Every year. He had a chocolate drink out with his his name on on the drink he was doing commercials. E was everything at that time and as an eleven year old. I want I always remember. I wanted to be number fourteen on all of my teams but in that day I was always the smallest guy on the team so I always got like zero or one because the way that the number was ago is based on the like the larger sizes. Get the bigger numbers so to rules. When I played I was always in the very front row team pictures. I was always the one who sat like holding the backs crossed in an x like legs folded in the front because I couldn't so smaller couldn't stand up and always was like zero one for my number but man everything I did. I did because I watch Pete rose he was my guy at eleven years old. Who is yours one. Two three four five six lines open five point three seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred the big one and pound seven hundred on. At and T. Take me back to the eleven year old you in Loveland Fran who would it be? Well let me give you the year yes yes. Eighteen sixty one big cincinnati reds fan. Who can only be one oil? That would be frank robbins. You got it my man. Mvp of the year league that year and then he won the MVP in the near the American League in sixty sixty six unbelievable and it just had a tremendous career. Here he's the guy that you wanted to come up at the play clock situation Number twenty tremendous rightfielder. I mean he's probably the all time red for me being a kid. Back in that era highlighted. Perfect brand. Thank you for listening. Thanks for the call. Okay Larry aggregrate night. You see Chris ways it on twitter. He says I turned eleven in November of one thousand. Nine hundred seventy seven right after the big red machine by favorite player was always griffey. Senior hit ran. Good defense there. You go that's what I'm looking for. Let me take you back to the eleven year old you. You're running around not whole little league backyard. Brian Fagan of the sporting news wants the answer to this single simple question. Who is your favorite player? And why will run this until the top of the argue? Check on news tomorrow dot on the show by the way. If you're a cyclones fan gathering Radio make note of this. Tomorrow is the ten year anniversary of the cyclones winning the last Kelly Cup second time in three years at that point we will talk with at eight Oh six John Hamill play-by-play voice for the cyclones and we will talk at eight twenty with Chuck Weber Man Chuck Weber was one of my favorite interviews and untold. I did those chuck is in town. So we'll talk with the play by play voice and the head coach for the Cincinnati cyclones. The Kelly Cup Champion. Cyclones and it would be. My thoughts may be opened up the phones after that for a segment for cyclone flames fans with with a memory to share of that night. Ten years ago who anybody got anything against celebrating championships in this town and remembering championships will do that tomorrow. Night and Dave Mile. He's got a check in leading off the show at six eight tomorrow night. He sent me a text and I sent him one back after he listened to recruit and I said you gotta come on tomorrow night. We'll talk about you rick. Green and about Minor League story. So He's in for tomorrow night as well and we're in pursuit of Matthew Modine who is in the movie chance. He's the baseball coach and if I get him on. I'm talking about the movie chance. And then you better believe. I'm spending a few minutes talking about vision quest because that may be. I think it is my favorite moves from the eighties. Let's check news bottom of the hour. Arnelle carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. Seven hundred wwl. W Eight. Thirty nine seven hundred. Wwl W Arnelle carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet annoyance. Mcallister nine o'clock Jerry. Jeff Walker's in. I've not seen him but I'm assuming tonight is part three of his Look back at the tragic a Beverly Hills Supper Club. He had done the first two parts. The last two nights I'm assuming tonight is part three. It'll have another guest by find out more. I will certainly pass it along or you can simply look forward to listening to it. Unfold from nine to midnight here on seven hundred. Wliw all right. The question was Simple a tweet from Ryan Fagin to the sporting news. Who's your favorite baseball player? When you were eleven years old we've talked before about How at utilites around that age eight? That sweet spot where something happens in sports in it. It grabs you and holds you and carries you for the rest of your life and I've sent for me. That was like big red machine here at right smack DAB in it in his case. I don't know if there's rhyme or reason why pick the AG Levin? I'm not gonNA argue because it's it's a tweet. I could turn into a topic and I love tweets. I could turn into topics so I'm asking you to be the eleven year old. You and tell me who your favorite player is was and for what reason we had here. And this would be Darren. You're on seven hundred WWL WLIW. I'm well thanks for calling. Well no problem. I'm actually down on the fringe of big red machine country. Down in in the shiprock tacky par around Lexington Joe. All right listen you guys. I grew up on the day. Grab machine is well A matter of fact I had a relative who they never the big red machine although he didn't play very much. Really the yeah. You'd backed up a couple of middle stuff middle infielders who are now in the ranch all fame and wanted in the hall of fame they of course he backed up rose at third as well. So do you mind if I ask name? Oh you know what it's fine I was GonNa Guess Doug Flynn Love Doug Flam a big Doug Flynn Fan. Yeah he was. Yeah I told him you you you get that gets rated for a hall of fame. Exactly exactly yeah. I was telling your your your screener. That academic any during that Iraq Keeney Ridge player on that particular Air Team they're banning stanton and they're running style and playing first base I actually really Mimicked a lot of the big doggy all totally paralysis. And My my dad's a little bit like he is but unfortunately didn't have the power very few did very few. I meet a lot of those guys to being that close with relative on my teams so a of those guys as well so it really made my youngsters day my younger days for much much better and You know get see those guys who are bigger than life but they just see the human side of absolutely a other wines call Darren. I'm so glad you're listening. And thanks for taking the time to call. Hey No for our guys I may call again so I look forward to enjoy your night. All right take you all right. Look first time callers easier that if I can do it for three hours value can do it by phone so I always invite. First Time College. Come on join US jump in. We're just hanging out talking sports. No big deal about Clermont County Jerry. You're on seven hundred. Wwl W Yeah Hannah there. Yeah Been I listen to you all. Thank you for me. I'd I'd have been the weather's been like nineteen fifty seven forty six. Yes but I knew about all the reds player down there. But we'll get what we wanted to come. I can't league out here and took us down across the field to play well after Shin. Cuzco to Chiasso on like telephone own that I started trying to get a ouch without cutting ball. All they talk like my payers like Roberson. Wally be a gus Roy. Mailing Yana and all them but after she kids with them big arms. I like that guy. Good so that's not all I got my sure. Appreciate your program. You always have a good thing to pick from to go by thank you Jerry. Have a great night all right. He made my night. I like that I like giving you stuff to pick from. Let me go to Waynesville. Who Michael Jack? Let's go can. You're on seven hundred.

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"chuck weber" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

07:26 min | 10 months ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"Kelsey Chevrolet Open for sales and service with a new state of the art. Collision Repair Center coming in July and we've been flying tonight. It's already eight twenty five. Three. Outstanding Guest Rick. Green loved that story. Jake herdsmen hamp recive in Coli Harvey. What a blast from the past and love just love his work, so Ryan Fagin leads us into our topic that we can maybe head down the stretch with before on this date in reds. History Ryan Rights Major League Baseball for the Sporting News, and as I said before the break he asked a. A simple question on twitter and I love stuff like that so I'm always looking for ideas of some that we can have some fun with this seems like something. We can have some fun with he said. Who is your baseball player when you were eleven years old, and why and I immediately flashed back summer nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seven I turned eleven years old that summer. My favorite player as an eleven year old. was. The Guy I ran the first because of a walk. I slid headfirst because of him. I love hitting the. LEADOFF hitter, most of my life I loved hitting the first pitch of the game, a brand new shiny white baseball, right up the middle for a hit, and I would round the bag sharply as as a kid and I would clap my hands just like him, and then I would scrunched down my batting helmet on my head, just like him. It was pete rose. That was my guy when I was eleven years old. At that time you know when you were eleven and this is seventy seven. They're coming off back to back world. Championships Pete's hit three hundred every year. He's hitting forty doubles every year. He had a chocolate drink out with his his name on on the drink he was doing commercials. E was everything at that time. And as an eleven year old I want I always remember. I wanted to be number fourteen on all of my teams, but in that day I was always the smallest guy on the team, so I always got like zero or one. Because the way that the number was ago is based on the like the. Larger sizes get the bigger numbers so to rules. When I played I was always in the very front row team pictures, I was always the one who sat like holding the backs crossed in an x like legs folded in the front, because I couldn't so smaller couldn't stand up and always was like zero one for my number, but man everything I did. I did because I watch. Pete rose. He was my guy at eleven years old. Who is yours. One two, three, four, five six lines open, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, one, eight, hundred, the big one and pound seven, hundred on at and T. take me back to the eleven year. Old you in Loveland. Fran who would it be? Well let me give you the year. Yes, yes, eighteen, sixty one. Big. Cincinnati Reds Fan, who might be one oil that would be frank robbins? You got it my man MVP of the year league that year, and then he won the MVP in the near the American league in Sixty, sixty, six unbelievable, and he just had a tremendous career here. He's the guy that you wanted to come up. At the play Clock Situation number twenty. Tremendous rightfielder. He's. Probably, the all time red for me, being a kid back in that era highlighted perfect brand. Thank you for listening. Thanks for the call. Okay Larry aggregrate night. You see Chris ways it on twitter. He says I turned eleven in November of one, thousand, nine, hundred seventy seven right after the big red machine by favorite player was always griffey senior hit ran. Good Defense there you go! That's what I'm looking for. Let me take you back to the eleven year old you. You're running around not whole little league backyard. Ryan Fagan of the sporting news wants the answer to this single simple question. Who is your favorite player? And why? Will Run this. Until the top of the argued, you check on news tomorrow, dot on the show by the way. If you're a cyclones fan, gathering radio, make note of this. Tomorrow is the ten year anniversary of the cyclones winning the last Kelly Cup. Second Time in three years at that point. We will talk with at eight Oh six John Hamill play-by-play voice for the cyclones, and we will talk at eight twenty with Chuck Weber, man, Chuck Weber was one of my favorite interviews and untold I did those chuck is in town, so we'll talk with the play by play voice, and the head coach for the Cincinnati cyclones the Kelly Cup champion cyclones, and it would be. My thoughts may be opened up the phones after that for a segment for. For cyclone flames, fans with with a memory to share of that night ten years ago. Who anybody got anything against celebrating championships in this town and remembering championships will do that tomorrow night and Dave Mile. He's a check in leading off the show at six eight tomorrow night. He sent me a text and I sent him one back after he listened to renew and I said you gotta come on tomorrow night. We'll talk about you. Rick Green and about. Story, so he's in for tomorrow night as well and we're in pursuit of Matthew Modine. Who is in the movie chance? He's the baseball coach, and if I get him on, I'm talking about the movie chance. And then you better believe I'm spending a few minutes talking about vision quest because that may be I think it is my favorite moves from the eighties. Let's check news bottom of the hour. Arnelle carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred wwl. Eight thirty nine seven hundred wwl W Arnelle carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet, annoyance mcallister. Nine o'clock Jerry. Jeff Walker's in I've not seen him, but I'm assuming tonight is part three of his Look back at the tragic a Beverly Hills Supper Club. He had done the first two parts the last two nights. I'm assuming tonight is part three. It'll have another guest find out more. I will certainly pass it along, or you can simply look forward to listening to it unfold from nine to midnight here on seven hundred wliw all right. The question was Simple a tweet. Tweet from Ryan Fagin to the sporting news. Who's your favorite baseball player when you were eleven years old? We've talked before about How at utilites around that age eight? That sweet spot, where something happens in sports in it? It grabs you and holds you and carries you for the rest of your life and I've sent for me. That was like big red machine here at right. SMACK DAB in it in his case I don't know if there's rhyme or reason. Why Pick The AG Levin? Argue because it's it's a tweet. I could turn into a topic and I love tweets. I could turn into topics so I'm asking you to be the eleven year. Old You and tell me who your favorite player is was and and for what reason we had here and this would be Darren. You're on seven hundred WWL W. I'm well. Thanks for calling. Well no problem I'm actually down on the fringe of big red. Machine country down in in the shiprock. Tacky par around Lexington. All right and to you guys. I grew up on the Dick grab. Machine is well. a matter of fact I had a relative who they never the big red machine, although he didn't play very much. Really the yeah, you'd backed up a couple of middle stuff middle infielders who are now.

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"chuck weber" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on KNSS

"Is Senate president, Susan Waigel. So Susan, you know, before the break we're talking about Medicaid expansion. But that's not the only thing that you guys have on your plate when you get back. I know you've still got the budget. You've got school finance? I mean, those are certainly no small issues for you guys to take up where do you where do you kind of see those issues? I mean, I I know that's a lot of moving pieces to try and pound out before the ninety days sessions. Well. We have sent a school finance package to the court, and we won't get a ruling on that. For some time. So we're hoping we don't have to deal with school finance. We will deal with budget. And let me assure you, John we are going to send another tax package to the governor. She vetoed a Senate Bill twenty two which was the Bill that implemented the Trump tax cuts in the state of Kansas. She towed it. I didn't have the two-thirds majority to override or so we're going to send her another version and cholera out another version of the windfall. Tax Bill for lack of a better term. Yes, we're going to try it again. Well, right making minor adjustments. And. Our big agenda when we get back is fixed the budget passed a year long budget and then. We'll send her another tax Bill, then we'll come back for a true sine die. And if she does, but this tax Bill will try dent over rider. So now with your with the new windfall tax Bill. How will that will be similar to what the house passed are we because I know that had the food sales tax in it that had the internet piece in it will be similar to that. Or is it just going to be essentially, the windfall piece? Well, I'm going to negotiate with the house. We will go shade all aspects. I believe the food sales tax real end up in the Bill again, we we are are looking right now, it's not negotiate it yet. Last this Bill we've already passed on retroactive. So that people could file an amended return and get their money back in the state of Kansas. We're looking about at taking out retro-activity, but all the same aspect maybe narrow down a little bit with a smaller fiscal note in the next Bill. Very cool. Well, good luck with that. You know, I it is interesting how she is yet to really keep any many of her campaign pledges. She promised not to raise taxes. She broke that one she promised to lower the sales tax on food. She broke that one. I I'm just trying to figure out what what she actually is going to deliver. Because so far her first hundred days of in my opinion, being a complete disaster. So it's just going to be very interesting. Well, yesterday, rated as far as popularity of governors and the bottom chant across the nation. So she is having problems relating to Kansas. And certainly her staff has moved her to the left along with the whole new crowd. And socialist Democrats want to take over the agenda that doesn't surprise me. But we knew this during the campaign, she hit it fairly. Well, she did her best to hide it. But we knew what we were getting unfortunately, I think she just did a good job run into the middle. And and you know, the the co Bach folks of which I was one of the campaign. We didn't do a good enough job exposing her. So speaking of campaigns. I do have to ask I think, you know, there was some rumors that you might have been in DC recently care to let us know why you might have been in DC lately. Well, I think people know I'm exploring run for the US Senate. I I've had some excellent meetings in DC with leaders in DC, and I'm also talking to business leaders and party activists here in the state of Kansas. Sharing with him what my credentials are. And speaking to port if I get in this race, and I can't tell tell you. I I've had a very successful. Visit I think canton's are weary of a US Senate, and congress that just seems not to address issues of they are very stagnant. They don't debate and they are unwilling to resolve the real problems we had Republican controlled congress and US Senate and Trump for two years, and they never addressed immigration. They didn't address the big issues that face our nation or the budget. So. I think people like the fact that I have a proven conservative record. I've always stood well with the conservative movement and at the same time, I'm very relational other people, and I I'm I'm good at advocating for chances value. So I'm still storing that certainly I can't make any announcement or big decisions until after session, but we're looking at it seriously. Well, you know, if if you do decide to make an announcement. You're always welcome to do it here. I had to try. Okay. Well, Senator thank you again for coming on. And I know when you get back on may first, you've got yeoman's work ahead of you. And we wish you all the best will be praying for you. And thank you again for joining us. And I encourage my listeners to call your senators, and certainly support them let them know they're behind you say a prayer for them. And then we say prayers for you. Because you guys have a lot on your plate when you get back in. We're we're behind you for sure. Thank you, John. Thanks for help rallying the troops and helping educate them exactly what's going on the peak. We appreciate you. Thank you for being with us. Senator. Thank you, John. You know, I gotta tell you. She does have a tough a tough job when they get back. And I I said it to her, and I would add I would ask those of you who are listening do please reach out to your Senator first off you need to reach out to them when they get back may I they are under a tremendous amount of pressure to vote for Medicaid expansion. You need to know where your Senator is on that call them and ask them. I I know I have spoken to my Senator, but not recently. So Dan curtian expect a phone call for me. But you guys need to reach out. You know, my listeners I encourage you reach out to your senators and find out where they are on these important issues because you need to know, and and while you're talking to them hold them up. Let them know you support them, and let them know that you've got back because they're going to need it. They're going to be protests. All. Throughout the building. Someone who is familiar with protests in the capital because he's been there and has has walked the halls with me as we went through. That is my friend Chuck Weber with the Kansas Catholic conference John checks with us in studio. Chuck thank you for coming in. It's great to be with you. So you know, what that's like having the protesters there. And from what I understand they're going to be the the rabid crowd are going to be camped out all throughout the first week of may. Yeah, my advice is just heaven. You can't let the the mob or the the crowd sway. You have to have a core before you walk into the building. You have to know what it is. You believe what you're all about? And then stick with it. I mean, if you get new information that's a different story, and you can change your position. But I think when it comes to Medicaid expansion, which is I think what you're talking about the protests. I mean, I think the information is author although I will tell you from the. Catholic conference perspective. There are some issues that we don't believe have on our side of of this issue have not been vetted is Medicaid expansion going to pay for gender dysphoric treatments. Well after absolute actually can now. Right, right. I mean, I mean, so is that going to be part of this? We haven't had a discussion about that. And in lieu of the the decision by the supreme court last week. Arkansans going to have to pay government is going is government going to have to pay for abortions with with Medicaid coverage. What would have right now, it's not supposed to, but, but but the door with the lawyers I've talked to we've taken the step now down this slippery slope in that the president is there. So now all that has to happen is another lawsuit gets filed using this recent decision as the president, and it will be overturned and the answer to your question would then be. Yes, taxpayers will now be paying for abortions. Eventually it will take time. Right. But no that door is now open. You know, the one thing that I and ironically, I was having a conversation with us sitting Representative just the other day, and we were talking about the potential protests. He's a freshman and he called me to ask. What do I do about this? What what how do you react to this not used to this? You know? And he said, I know you were there, and I know you've been through this because he served one of the committee state that you and I both served. On any asked. What do you do about this? And I said well two things you gotta remember one ninety percent of the people up. There are not your constituent, right? And that you know, you that's one thing these loud voices that are up there half of them. My recollection are bussed in for Mattis state because a lot of them come in from Adam's. Adam's zuri certainly a lot of them are coming from out of your district. Right. And I I remember, and I make sure to remind them to keep in mind talk to these people make sure if someone's coming to talk to you, where are you from are you from you from are, you make sure ask them if they're not from your district, then keep my you're not there to represent folks out. You're there to represent your constituents. Right. You know, you have your member who got into PK. And while you're there. I mean, let's be honest. The other one is you also have to keep in mind who your voters are right? You know, this person who's yelling at you. That may not be your vote or they're not the people that got you there and. Just because they're the loud voices often. There is a silent majority out. There is a pro life state these six judges that just made this horrible decision. Do not represent the majority of cans. There's a reason we we have so many of the laws that we have on the book, we are pro-life state and just because seven Jack wagons in Topeka came up with this decision. Six of them doesn't mean they represent the majority of Kansas. I think you know, if I can say anything tonight, I wanna just call out, my Catholic brothers and sisters out there. You know, I I've said this before in el-sayed again that might even Jellicoe brothers and sisters they're motivated, but they're unorganized. And that's really it's a compliment. But but Catholics were organized. We have this great structure, but were unmotivated, and if this decision last Friday doesn't motivate us, and I don't know what will because it strikes at the very heart of what we stand for as Kathy. Alex. We just got through with with Easter week where our largest Christ lived and died and rose again. So why did he do that? So we could have life and life to the fullest. And so life is our number one priority. In the cans in for the Kansas Catholic conference. That's our number one foundational principle and closely followed by marriage, and family and religious liberty. So I just wanna call out to my Catholic brothers and sisters out there. If you're not involved, if you're not interested in what's going on you better get interested now because the unborn and the vulnerable are very much under attack right now by this court. I think you're right. And I know we've gotta take a quick break. But the the audacity of the court to actually in their decision site the right.

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"chuck weber" Discussed on KNSS

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13:31 min | 2 years ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on KNSS

"Thirty s. Yes. Welcome back to the John Whitmer show on S thirteen thirty. You know, we've got by the way, I wanna make sure folks know, we do have our call lines open. We've already had a couple of calls tonight. Three one six eight six nine thirteen thirty with us right now is Chuck Weber. Chuck is a former legislator. That's how I got to know. Chuck. Thank you for joining me. I think this is your second time on your like a repeat offender now. Fender. Appreciate the invitation, though think well, of course was. It was because of this topic because it's the topic on life. I wanted to get perspective with someone who really knew the issue who was learn it in it who could speak intelligently, not only about the topic. But also, you know, how in your case how the Catholic community responds, and in particular what we've seen in New York. This the Bill that they've passed where you literally can have an abortion up until birth. Right. It's just disgusting. Actually, a little after actually. Yeah. I mean, I don't know how how can anyone in good conscience? Even if you are in your heart of hearts, pro-choice, right? How can you vote for that? Yeah. It's a tough one for for rational minds to to get their heads wrapped around what we're talking about Democrats. So you gotta take rash landlines. Yeah. But, but but there are some some pro-choice Republicans out there to just to be fair. But but. I think for me, it's. It's personal many of the legislators, no, my son, Billy he has down syndrome. I I was brought him up last year the legislature, and and so Billy's going to be twenty three next week. And just a great young man nine out of ten down syndrome kids who are diagnosed in the womb are aborted. And I it's just to me it's not so much infuriating. It's just sad that we have this disregard for life and. And it flows then to all other aspects of our culture and so. For New York. I mean, really just over the top just it really is infanticide. And the fact that people are trying to defend it. I think it's been a bad week for those. And you said it it's mostly the Democrats, but but anyone else who's trying to defend infanticide. It's been a tough week for them. Even if the the secular news media, the mainstream media is has their back. Oh, yeah. You're right. And I'm glad you brought up Billy because I've met Billy awesome. Billy watching a couple of parades for us. But you know, my, and I think you know this. My aunt Sarah, Jane who lived to be well in her fifties had Down's my cousin Dougie had Down's, and he also lived into his and they were I mean, obviously, they weren't driving. But they were very productive. They had great full lives. Yeah. Had my grandmother made that choice. And you're right about the sad state. I mean, I was going through in prep for this show. And I looked I saw CNN watched a story where they were defending the killing of babies late-term abortions calling pro-life people extremists. Right. And then you have House Democrats now for three times have this is at the federal level have blocked a Bill to stop infanticide. And then you have the dismemberment abortion that. Is still going on? And we've got I mean where that standing right now in Kansas. You're in Kansas right, now live dismemberment abortion is taking place today between one and two a day on average, actually, according to Kansas department of health and environment. It's like one point six one point seven on average a day. So, you know, about a dozen babies a week in Kansas are being aborted with and just it's almost just too much to describe what the process is. But with the procedure is, but the supreme court and not to drag our viewers our listeners to too far into the weeds. They can watch it too. Yeah. They can watch. Right. Okay. Watch the podcast watch the podcast. But I mean, so basically we passed a law, you know, a few years ago that said live disarmament abortion is illegal and a district court. Judge said, Nope that's unconstitutional. So then that was kicked up to the appeals court level and the appeals court judges tied seventy seven in that kicked it up to the state supreme court. And now they've been sitting on it now for almost two years. In the meantime, we have between one and two a day taking place in Kansas. It's a sad state of this is. They are using the I guess it's the liberty cause or the right clause in the constitution the preamble that says, right, right? And that's somehow he found a right? So one of the things I wanted to do. And I'm glad you mentioned it's difficult to describe. Yeah. So I found a clip and this dates back to I believe it was November. Congress was having hearings on banning late-term and dismemberment abortion. And I would ask the listeners to bear with us on this. It's a little it's about two minutes. But please listen. This is absolutely worth listening to and and I will tell you right now. It's you cannot come away from this without having it affect you in some way or another go ahead and play clip number two. Now now begin by. Introducing today's witnesses the first witnesses, Dr Anthony Levitt, Tino, doctor Levin, Tino is a board certified obstetrician gynecologist over the course of his career. Doctor Levin, Tino has practice obstetrics gynecology in both private and university settings including as an associate professor of OBGYN at the Albany Medical College in doctor Levin, Tino, we'll begin with you. Welcome. Thank you, chairman and members of the committee. I only have five minutes I'm going to get right to it. Second trimester Dini abortions performance between roughly fourteen and twenty four weeks of just station. Your patient today is seventeen years old. She's twenty two weeks pregnant her baby is the length of your hand plus a couple of inches, and she's been feeling her baby kick for the last several weeks, but she's asleep on an operating room table, you walk into that operating room scrubbed and gowned and after removing Laminaria you introduce a suction catheter into the uterus. This is a fourteen French suction catheter if she were twelve weeks pregnant or less, basically, the width of your hand or smaller, you could basically do the entire procedure with this, but babies this big don't fit through catheters this size after sectioning the fluid out from around the baby you introduce an instrument called a Sofer clamp. It's about thirteen inches long. It's made of stainless steel the business end of this clamp is about two and a half inches long and a half inch wide rows of sharp teeth. This is a grasping. Instrument when it gets a hold of something. It does not let go. Dini procedures a blind abortion. So picture yourself. Introducing this and grabbing anything you can blindly and Paul, and I do mean, hard and out pops a leg about that big which you put down on the table next to you. Reaching again, pull again, call out an arm about the same length, which you put down on the table next to you and use this instrument again, and again to tear out the spine the intestines, the heart and lungs. Head and the baby that size about the size of a large Plum can't see it. But you pretty good idea. You got it. If you've got your instrument around something in your fingers are spread about as far as they go. You know, you did it right? If you crush down on the instrument white material runs out of the service that was the baby's brains, and you could pull out skull pieces, and you have a day. Like, I had a lot of time. Sometimes a little face comes back and stares back at you. Congratulations. You just successfully performed a second trimester Dini abortion. You just affirmed her right to choose. And there you haven't and yet. We couldn't when we passed the dismemberment abortion Bill in Kansas. It didn't pass unanimously. It would barely made the threshold. Yeah. It's I mean, really there are no words. There's there's nothing that I can say. That can convey the whore. Sanitary description by this doctor. And again, this is happening. You know once or twice a day in Kansas right now. Because somehow a doctor a cork has determined that our law is not going to protect this child. And it's just you know, it's very personal. Also another level. I come from a big family. I'm a second also of eleven kids and also just recently this weekend, my daughter who lives out of town came and brought her newborn baby in and you listen to this doctor describing this, and you hold these these babies in your arms, and it's again, there are no words to describe the horror that the indignity of of humanity that is perpetrated upon these babies, and it's not just I wanted to also say it's not just a legislative issue. Pope, John Paul the second talked about a culture of life. And so we I think have to work at a culture of life, not just like pro birth, which is sort of a shot that people take it to the Catholic church very often. But we. Have to affirm the dignity of the human person once they're born to. And I think the Catholic church does a good job of that actually Catholic charities. We have Anthony family shelter. We have Guadalupe clinic we have Gerard house actually for mothers in crisis. So those are some things, but the Catholic church and people of faith can't do it all themselves. It has to be a culture that each and every one of us have to work on each and every day. Yeah. You here and stuff like that. And for those who want to he goes on for another. He they gave them five minutes, and he goes on and talks about how many he used to perform. And why he no longer does it, and you made the comment that he was very clinical in his description, right? He breaks down at one point in the testimony talking about this and why he no longer performs these. And yet I loved how he ended that little bit of his segment by you've just affirmed her right to choose because the left will make this out as if it's a glorious defence of women's rights with no regard to the murder victim in the room. This last Friday night one of my bosses Archbishop Joseph nominee from Kansas City. Kansas was in Wichita careful banquet. He was a speaker there. And he talked about the conversion that abortion providers have had over the years where you talk about this live dismemberment abortion, and one of the jobs is making sure that all of the body parts of the baby are out of the of the mom, and you kind of reconstruct put put the baby back together. And that reality of human life has been a conversion point for many abortion providers in the pro-life movement. I call it pro-life. It's not just antiabortion. It's yes antiabortion, but it's pro-life, and and science is really on our side, you know, young people today, they have a lot of kind of goofy ideas about a lot of things. But. By and large young people today understand that when you look at a sonogram, that's a baby that's human life right there. That's my brother. That's my sister. That's my neighbor. And so I think this is particularly. Difficult for folks to try and defend abortion now because we have science on our side. And we have people who have worked in the field, Abby Johnson. And there's a new movie coming out with her. They know the reality of the situation. And so we just have to on the ground. We talked to our neighbors, whoever we have to speak with compassion. We have to understand that women are sometimes placed in very difficult situations, but that we have to affirm that child's life, first and foremost. Yeah. No, you're you're absolutely right. When we get back. We'll talk a little bit about some of the other issues. I know we kind of got a little deep into it here. Thanks trying to.

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06:11 min | 2 years ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on KNSS

"Us. Kenya? The other one is. Seattle location. We just started going out, we cut four police jobs. We reduced our business hours. We change. Is he times? Basis. There you have it folks right there. We had to cut jobs we had to raise our prices. We had to cut ours. That's the reality. They have the fancy they have the dreams. And then they have the reality. The bottom line is though advocating for a fifteen dollar minimum wage. Sounds good. And maybe a great way to pander to a segment of voters. The reality is in such policies are such a disaster. They invariably result in Las jobs closed businesses. Price increases and a depressed economy. But hey, helps get liberals elected. So that's all that matters to some of these people, Catherine you've been on hold for a few minutes. Looks like we lost, Catherine. Jim I see you've been on hold for a few minutes. Walk them to the John Whitmer show. Thanks for calling. Yep. You're on Jim Jim thirty five million nineteen thirty five paying attention to team forty your big stream on your promos is ninety five percent of the dissolution was a family. Is a big problem. I can give you a dozen. But I'll give you. For you the work on all right fair enough. Okay. If you have a a well, and you're rich guy the guy that used to be able to call well building on the east side there west east of Broadway. Sure, he'll eat breakfast MacKinlay national babies, his first he last. Airs his first was a hundred seventeen dollars first installment on his Kansas Ericsson's tax. Anyway, kansas. Inheritance tax when you leave with the nieces and nephews non direct, non direct heirs is tax that fifty fair. Well, and you know, a lot of that income and thank you for calling. Jim. That's a good point. But you know, the sad part is a lot of that income is previously taxed as well. Hold on. Hold on. Sure. Sure. I understand that. No, just listen to this. The dissolution of the fabric. Use the bay. Some kid wasn't making with his mom and dad are brothers and sisters at school either. He would get farmed out or an aunt someplace. Alice or out of state or another county. Now, you don't do that. Because there's no money in. You know, what's going to happen? All the money goes to direct descendant. Yep. Well, and the other half of that money and thanks for calling. Jim, I appreciate it. And thank you for for listening. We appreciate it. You know, the sad part is the rest of that money half of it at least is going to the state and Kansas. I've said it before I know we've talked about it on the show before. But how high Kansas is on its taxes? We got the second highest food sales tax on food in the country. We've got the eighth highest sales tax overall in the country, and yet they're still conversations in Topeka about raising taxes. And at some point they've got to learn I mean, you know, you all we all know, we learned to live within our means why can't the folks into Beka learn to live within their means. It looks like we did get Katherine Katherine, you're on the John Whitmer show. Thanks for thanks for sticking with us. Okay. Yeah. Just a comment about this green energy. Oh. Windmill blades, we car Kalyan based resins going to go into the preparation, prepraed swarmed. The outer covers the blade and other composite part. If they wanted to get rid of petroleum than they need to get a windmill windmills. Wow. See somebody unintended consequences. Well, maybe they can use. Maybe they can use parts of the cattle that they're no longer using because we have to kill all the cows. Apparently. So maybe we can use cow fat too. I mean who knows this thing is so laughable, and you know, the sad part is, Catherine. I watched what's your Elizabeth Warren? I watched her announcement. And I watched Spartacus I watched Cory booker's announcement. And you know, it seems like every democrat the first off they're going to have about twenty of these crackpots running for president. But every single one of them has signed onto this thing. And I know there's a degree of pandering here. They're just trying to make sure that they locked down the left wing of their party. But but they're serious. There are people who are apps actually seriously pushing this agenda, and this is insanity. I mean, it's just it's just crazy. And that's the sad part is you've got people like this in positions of power who have control over your tax policy. You're your national policies that involve real life stuff that implicates you case in point what we've seen, Catherine. Thank you for for calling. I appreciate can't case in point. When we come back after the bottom of the hour break, we're going to be joined by Chuck Weber. Chuck Izzy executive director of the Kansas Catholic conference, and I asked him to come on because we've seen so much lately. On frankly, it's an attack on life. And I couldn't sit back any longer and not address this issue. I'm flat out disgusted with what I've seen. And what I fear. We're going to see out of the Kansas supreme court in soon in any day now. And so I just wanted to make sure that we brought in someone and.

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03:38 min | 2 years ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on KNSS

"On in the show. My guests will be Chuck Weber executive director, the Kansas Catholic conference state Representative Randy Garber, Bruce Garin and Sedgwick county Commissioner Michael O'Donnell. And of course, we will share the results of this week's Facebook poll go over some of the headlines and take your calls at three one six eight six nine thirteen thirty. And you know, I got Fox News on here, and you just had to put up. Okay gio. What does it Alexandra stupid Cortez or whatever her name is? I don't know. But just so that that's a nice way to start off this evening. And ironically, they're talking about what we're going to talk about in the first segment here, which is we've had a lot of news this week about the green do deal. And I don't know if you've had a chance to review this thing. If you want a good laugh, if you're looking to chuckle, if you if you wanna just kinda I don't know have a have a good hardy Har Har you've. Got to go read the green new deal for those of you who haven't had the chance I figured I would take a few minutes and kind of summarized this for you. So that you can understand exactly where the left side of the political spectrum is in America today. So the most entertaining and asinine of the news stories this week's involved course, Democrats and their green new deal. It's not hyperbole by the way for me to contend that. This is likely the most ridiculous, and frankly un-american plan that has ever been presented by an elected official to voters not merely because would it necessitate essentially, a communist strongman to institute, but also because the societal costs are unfathomable it. This thing is seriously, we need the Warner Brothers. That that that that that the when you talk about this? It's looney tunes. It seriously is while some of the specifics still need to be ironed out. Of course. No shocker there. The plan's authors assure us, and I'm sure we can trust them that this quote massive transformation of our society unquote, needs some clear goals and a timeline. The timeline, of course is ten years. So let's give you some of the goals that they want to have accomplished within the next ten years number one ban affordable energy. That's right, folks. The green new deal calls for the elimination of all fossil fuel energy production, the lifeblood of American industry and life, which includes not only evil oil, but also natural gas, one of the cheapest sources of American energy, and one of the reasons the United States has been able to lead the world in carbon emissions reductions gone, forget it. It's gone. Eliminate nuclear energy. Yes, it calls for the elimination of all nuclear power, one of the only productive somewhat affordable, quote, unquote, clean energy sources available within eleven years. So right now, we've also laid off a good ten percent of the American workforce. But aside from that, I'm sure they'll find jobs for them. And we'll get to that their plan actually gets to that. This move would purge around twenty percent of American energy generation. So apparently you can rely on all the hot air coming from the democratic candidates for president from now on because you can't have coal. You can't have natural gas. You can't have gasoline, and you can't have nuclear but pedal cars, I guess we're going to have pedal cars gerbil wheels. We're going to have gerbil wheels. Eliminate.

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09:48 min | 2 years ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on KNSS

"Gas sample taken from Dexter Kansas back in nineteen zero five helium bills are birthday balloons, but it's also a key element in space, the fence and energy programs, and that Kansas is the truth. Learn more about the truth in Kansas at Kansas proof dot com. So mike. I don't know if you're able to listen to the first half of the show, but we were talking about other hot air and gasses. We talked about Jim ward a little bit. So which is one of the things that we were discussing earlier in the show, but the truth caucus, and I know a little bit about it because I was one of the founding members. But it's basically a coalition of legislators, and if you don't mind can let the listeners know a little bit about what it is. If you don't mind, well, the truth caucus was formed in early twenty seventeen kind of, you know, the two thousand sixteen elections had a little bit of a shift in Kansas and both the primary and the general. So the conservatives in the legislature that remained wanted a voice both kind of an internal function strategy and things of that nature, but also wanted to educate the public about of mainstream conservative principles like you talked about limited government, individual liberty free energy. Pry traditional values, those kinds of things and so a group of us legislators on Donald legislator. I'm just a staff member, you know, a group of legislators got together and formed the truth caucus, and you know, it started off the first year with about twenty five members are so last year grew to about forty and I think this year will get to around fifty or so with some of the results from the past election. And you know, it's we're educating Coxon issues were, you know, sometime for conservative legislators to talk to one another, you know, sometimes, you know, whether it's a budget or the adoption Protection Act last year, for example, the truth caucus provided testimony on that issue as you recall, and and I think was instrumental in helping advocated along with several other organizations so from a number of aspects, it's been really helpful. I think to. Legislators and also conservative leaning grassroots folks throughout the state who wanna know that they're supposed to pick up fighting for the right? And it's going to say that has been helpful while I was gonna say you're not just for legislators though. Because I know you you help other organizations, and it's also a lot of just grass roots outreach. I mean, there's I know on your website Kansas truth caucus dot org. You've got the truth minutes. And you've got the blog. I see your Twitter feed all the time during session, but you also have some voting records that a lot of times people get frustrated because they don't realize or they don't know that my rep voted one way or the other. That's one of the things that you do right? There is provide that, but let me ask one question. And I've got I've got Mike caps and Stephen owns here. But. Is your membership? And I know the answer to this question. But I'll ask it. Anyway. I mean, how is it open? Can I go online and see if you know, hey, so and so's a member of the truth caucus. How is that done? We don't publish our list of numbers because they just don't make a habit of doing that. It's just not it's a private membership deal but members can self identify now the boards fairly open. The chairman is Senator Masterson I'm out of Butler county, and and we're both sides of legislature people should know that. So like last session, the vice chair was a Chuck Representative Chuck Weber, and so you know, members can they pay dues. They can join it is it varies a process to go about joining. It's not automatic. You. Just write a check or something. There's there's a process to go. I'm not gonna get into the weeds about that. But basically if a member has a conservative record viewpoint. Generally, they just can you know, decide they want to join and then there's a part of an acceptance and all that and we've grown steadily through the legislature. We, you know, it's not some little small group. We have quite a few as I said before so. No, I think we've been affected because of that those who are familiar with say at the federal level the freedom caucus. I remember. I mean, I was I'm a truth caucus member. I planned to maintain my membership has an alumni. But when we were crafting the a lot of this the original bylaws, we'd leaned on the freedom caucus the congressional level for a lot of our inspiration. And I think people who may be familiar with the freedom caucus. It's very similar in that organization. The original inspiration behind those that like yourself who are part of the founding was kind of a similar kind of voice, you know, otherwise, you have conservative legislator up there who maybe just themselves their voice, but collectively on the most important issues. You know, like I talked about before that, you know, will advocate for for example, a couple of years ago, you'll recall that there was a alternative to the tax increase, but didn't require a tax increase. I remember a lot of the truth. Carcass members were you know, this you know, were in favor of that idea. So it's the night. It's pushing conservative ideas, and these are mainstream things that most Americans believe in limited government, quality education and things of that nature. You go to our website Kansas truth caucus dot org. You click on the issues tab. You'll see a list of our principal priorities that are members adopted that you can list we can read the ten and in. You know, you kind of remember the contract with America from, you know, twenty five years ago, this is kind of similar to that in some ways, it's very similar the Republican platform, although we're not a partisan organization. You'll see a lot of the principles match up with that. So a lot of Republicans who are members of the legislature feel comfortable joining so which is good. You know, what's interesting is. I think a lot of the general public may not recognize, and I know that we're coming up to break here. But one of the things that that folks may not recognize is there are forces in Topeka that have strong strong voices. Yes. Everybody thinks oh the NRA or they think cans for life, but some of the most powerful KNA ks be, and I I know for me as a legislator having the truth caucus there to be a voice for conservative values conservative principles when you have such powerful you. Union organization, the most powerful lobby organization in the state is the hands down more money more power. If you look at who spent the most on mailings in this last campaign, it was the K A and the four governors, and so it's nice to have the truth caucus, and these other to counter things like the mainstream coalition and all the left wing organizations. So I commend you for your work, and, you know, keep it up. And if there's anything that we can do a please lean on me make more truth minute. I can run on that. We'll put those on the air. You know, you're right. I mean, it's it's a very important thing. I think you know, whether a new legislature a veteran legislator. You know, I think they've all found a benefit from having conversation of like minded individuals back can, you know, coal behind a certain idea really defend conservative principles advocate for them. And also educate the public just an internal thing we're educating the public about why we believe what we believe. And I think that's very important. Well, and you know, here's the one key thing that I would say is if you don't. Yeah, they don't publish the membership. Okay. Here's the question. If you're a constituent, ask your state rep or ask your state Senator I believe in the Republican party principles. I believe in these core fundamental principles. So does the truth caucus are you a member? And then ask if they're not why not. That's a good question. Because then they have to say, well, I don't agree with those principles. That's great. No, I think it's something should people should be proud to be part of. And you know, there are sometimes individual reasons why people don't want to declare, but you know, that's up to individual legislator. And and you know, you know, constituents of those legislators to ask their legislator those questions. I think that's fine. That's a good point. Thank you again. Mike. I appreciate you guys. Keep keep up the the work there and with Laura Kelly on the second floor, you're going to have your hands full. I'm sure yes. Indeed. You know, it's this session. Yeah. It's gonna be a lot of work to be done. And and making sure that the good work that some conserva legislators have done stays in law, and that we prevent bad law from being an active. Amen, brother. Well, there's a reason I chose carry on my wayward son is a theme music for this show. It's for carrying on the fight. So you guys keep carrying on the fight the truth caucus and listeners are interested. Make sure they go to truth caucus, Kansas truth, caucus dot org, or Kansas, truth dot com. Also works perfect. All right. My friend. Thank you very much. Thanks for joining us. And keep fighting the good fight. Thank you, sir. I brother. Cayenne s s at Walgreens, we know it's cold season. Again, a time..

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04:01 min | 2 years ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Your battery. Powered take it to a bumper to bumper or a Napa or some store like that. But you gotta take it in. Okay. And they will put it on a low test and. Bill tell you 'cause I got a deep cycle marine battery I Mike camper. And I thought it was bad. And they put it in there. They told me how many cold cranking amps out of how many cold cranking amps I had. And they said it was still good yet fixed. You okay. So they actually do. I do have a question. Yeah. Okay. And I have no leaked that I can find. But every time I turn on my my. Faucet here in in the bathroom. Hot water comes out quicker than what it really should. But I cannot see any leaks. What can be what can be the cause of it? You have me confused. A hot water comes out. What do you what do you mean quicker? Well, the the water heater is sitting fifteen feet from the from the sake. Okay. And I got hot water almost instantly. That's a good thing. No because sitting overnight I shouldn't be having hot, water almost instantly. Right. Well, it's the water heaters directly below that sink. No. It isn't. It's it's it's not directly below it. It's a it's a distance away. It don't pipes with cool off during the night. Take some time for for the water. You would think it would. But if it's pretty close, I don't call it a hot water heater. They call it a water. I call it a hot water heater. How we? The the water could be circulating within that pipe. Get some conductive heat transfer so potential for the water in that pipe to war. Just stay warm partially warm. It'd be uncommon the instantly hot. But that's gotta be what's going on. Modern some modern water heaters have little check valves and top of them that stop that conductive water flow. But you must not have that. So I wouldn't worry about that most people complain about the other thing not having warm water when they want it came said Joe, hey, Joe where are you? Hey, MEK one MEK one got it. Okay. Okay. I have a question is there a company out there that can check your drain towel around the foundation in your basement. Deceive us all clear did they have cameras where they can go around the complete permettre of a basement wall will typically drain towel system. Inside the house is not smooth in regular enough to put a camera down. So they do a drain tau tests by punching holes in the four corners near the bleeders to the outside actually punch hole in the floor. And then they'll run water in there and see the slows some crack. Yes. They can do that along with a good company for you. I would call. Probably Mike shouted S. H A D I D S H S H A D. I d. Okay, or Chuck Weber, and they don't do it themselves. But they have people that they know who do during tau tests is what it's called regular Plummer wouldn't do that. Oh, no regular diploma. Wouldn't do that? You could base repair contractors. Do that accurate would do that basement specialists Inc? Would be to people. I would recommend to do that specialty thing. Yeah. It's a five hundred dollars or more tasks so it better to have an independent consultant look at it. And just decide what's going on. Don't just assume what the issue is. Or the problem? Sure. Okay. Hey, you got a trip in twenty thousand nine and we're almost to twenty nine thousand nine we are September fourteen twenty.

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08:45 min | 2 years ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on KNSS

"Are you fine? Thank you fine. Thank you. Sorry for you've been on hold for quite a while. I appreciate it. Thank you for. Thank you for waiting. And I understand that. You had a Laura Kelly question that's been the topic of the night is the Laura Kelly question. Yes. Well, I noticed on Twitter, Laura. Kelly like a lot of post by moms demand action on gun rights. Oh, yeah. Lots of gun right's advocate pages. And I wanted to know do you feel like Laura Kelly has the support to repeal? Our current second amendment rights given to us in recent years or will she use an executive order. Well, you know, that's a darn good question. Thank you. That is a really good question during the campaign, one of the mistakes that I think both secretary coal Bach and Greg Orman made Greg Orman probably because he agreed with her. But certainly the secretary made was not asking some of these the nontraditional questions asking her more about life asking about gun rights in the Wichita eagle profile. I remember she said that she supported, quote, unquote, some restrictions on firearm rights. And though she did she voted for permit, Louis Kerry. But then again, she was against it now. So she did sort of one of those John Kerry things, you know, I'm before before I was against it type of deal. And so that's an interesting question with her. I do think as she has stated more than once. She believes that our current constitutional carry Bill went too far. She would she would absolutely sign a Bill that would that would repeal that. I think she would absolutely sign a repeal that would take away college. Carey and will give public colleges the option of prohibiting guns on campus. Now, let's not, you know, take in fact that. A young woman who's walking home from class in the late night or she's at the library. And she's heading back to her dorm. Doesn't have a right to defend herself. Apparently, Laura Kelly doesn't care about that. I I'm fairly certain that she would sign either of those and any attempt to restrict or to rollback our current second amendment rights that we've codified into law in Kansas. I think Laura Kelly would probably take every opportunity I think we've definitely seen a case with her of of bayton switch when it can't win it came to how she campaigned versus what she's going to turn out to be. So thank you for calling Laura. I appreciate that's a great question on with us. This evening now is Chuck Weber. Now, Chuck is a former state legislator. He also represented here in Wichita. But currently he now serves as the executive director of the Kansas Catholic conference and. Ironic that she asked about Laura Kelly because clearly Laura Kelly had another agenda that she didn't feature front and center during her campaign. She promised a new tone. She promised that she wouldn't be blinded by quote, unquote, partisan loyalties, but since since she has won her election. She's promised to restore LGBT protections to state employees on her first day in office, and she's threatened to block enforcement of the new adoption protection law that she and the LGBTQ community consider quote discriminatory. So you know, we knew that she would expand access to marijuana gambling. And that kind of stuff why don't think what voters expected was that? She would push a radical left wing social agenda, and I seem to recall she promising lower sales tax on food. I don't recall her ever talking about that. So I wanted to reach out to Chuck because I know that the Kansas Catholic conference was. Very instrumental in getting the adoption Protection Act passed so Chuck thank you for joining us this evening, great to be with you John in just prior to. I was in the legislature. When we pass the adoption Protection Act this last session, but the Kansas Catholic conference was front and center, they were the leaders on this from the very beginning. I have to tell you that I knew that governor elect Kelly was going to take Kansas to the left. But I personally was shocked when I heard the news and then saw the the tape the video of her news conference where she said, basically, I'm going to direct my staff on how not to follow the law this law. So just imagine if we would have passed a law. I mean, I don't know just pick something about a speed limit or taxes or something and say, you know, I know that it was passed the legislature. The way democracy works at fifty percent, plus one and the governor signed it into law, and we're not going to follow that law. And so I think. She was pretty clear about opposing the Dopson Protection Act during the debate. What really stunned me in? I think a lot of other people is so we're not even going to enforce something that was you know, legally and lawfully signed into as a statute right because she doesn't like it. Right. And so I am digging in my heels in my colleagues in the honorable men that I worked for the bishop's of Kansas. We're digging in aren't heels and say this has been passed, and we would like you as the duly elected governor of Kansas to enforce the law. It's just as simple as that. Well, and passed by both chambers. That's not an easy thing to do now and signed by governor. That's right. So, and you know, and I it's the law. I mean, I mean, I don't know how else to say it, you know, so well, and it's as much as I may pick on some of our colleagues who don't necessarily vote as g I don't vote like they'd want me to and they didn't vote like I don't vote like they want me to and cetera. But they've a lot of them voted for this. There are a lot of our colleagues who were more moderate Republicans who still felt like this was an opportunity to defend and to protect children, right? And they're and they're keeping their options. Available to them. This is nothing about being discriminatory. This is just about protecting access to as many adoption providers as possible. Well, let me just take a second just to explain this for just a moment. Because I think there's a lot of misinformation. Maybe maybe I should just say lies about the adoption protection. Act. All it does is protect faith based agencies like Catholic charities and other Christian agencies from doing what they've always done, which is follow their deeply held religious beliefs and place children in homes with a married mom and dad period. That's all it does. So I mean under this law. The pope couldn't even. Adopt a kid in Kansas. I mean, it's it's nothing discriminatory against LGBTQ or single people or people living together who are married. I mean, it's just allowing the what the Catholic church, and what did you Deo Christian ethic says kids do best in a home with a married mom and dad, and we want to just continue to exercise our first amendment rights, our freedom of religion and continue to place these children in homes with a married mom and dad period end of story. I mean, really, but it's been blown up into this sort of craziness that I mean, really, it's a very simple reasonable law. We know that another states like New York in Illinois in San Francisco that there's another ideology being imposed upon faith-based adoption agencies like Catholic charities and this whole notion of live and let live. Is now out the window. It's like unless you do things the way we want them done unless you live your life and conduct your business. The way we wanted done then you are a bigot. And you're discriminating against us. I'm talking about the LGBTQ community. And so this is something that I think is it's a very much a Kansas value. And we're going to continue to fight to preserve that as well. We should you're listening to the John Whitmer show on ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty K S S. We'll be right back. Cayenne s s it. Oh,.

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"chuck weber" Discussed on KNSS

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07:50 min | 2 years ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on KNSS

"Includes links to news items editorials can include photographs and other materials just highly highly useful stuff. So obviously, I'm going to have to ask this question. Rene on put you on the spot. So you're not in yet. But I I'm gonna ask are you planning on joining the trick. Absolutely. I'm very excited about being a member of the truth caucus. I had a feeling it was probably an easy question. So, but no, I mean, 'cause I know that my time there I was one of the founding members and it. It's a great organization. But I think one of the best things that you can do as a freshman, and I will tell you. I mean, there are certain things you get used to you get used to the receptions, and the folks don't realize that being in the it's not like being in congress. I mean, we don't get paid y'all. Don't get paid hundreds of thousand nine bucks an hour. You're living in a motel over at the Vermont or someplace else that was renovated in the seventies. The most of the time you have a roommate. So this is not the Lapa luxury here folks, you do not people who run for state office in particular are not doing it for the money, and you have to have a heart serve. So first off. I, you know, I commend you for that willingness to serve, but one of the things that it helps us to have colleagues to have friends that are there that are willing to help that are willing to support you and resources that can give you some institutional knowledge and explain to you. Hey, this is what's going on? This is this is what I've seen this what I've experienced. And when the hard pressure comes to vote the way you don't want to they'll be there to help you stand strong. Absolutely. You know, when I left college, I'm not gonna say how many years ago, but it's been a while. I thought my freshman days were over. But here I am going to be a freshman again. And and one of the things I need to do is learn a lot look to those people who share the same principles and values. And so I'm really looking forward to getting to form those relationships, and I think the truth caucus a great way to do that. Well, you know, one of the things that we always liked to do we've got we've had a couple of callers. Call right now on the line. I've got Andrew wanted to talk. Ironically, a little bit about the coming legislative session. Andrew, how are you this evening doing great doing great? Thank you for calling in. So I have a prediction based on events in the past history. I will give it I give it sixty days. Maybe maybe sixty days before before governor elect Kelly realizes this. She has a broken legislature. That is splitting at least three different directions. Did he can't get attacked together? Her Herber media or media allies are going to be able to inflict social Justice to help things along and she has to start using her administrative powers like mad to train accomplish any of her agenda. What do you think? Renee. My my gut says, I don't think it takes quite six days. What do you think? Yeah. I think it's going to be evident fairly quickly. But what are the things that? I think can unite a group is having a common. I'm not gonna say enemy, but a common person that you're trying to push something or prevent them from accomplishing something. They want to do that. You feel isn't the right thing to do. So I think that there can be a unifying on the Republican side that we haven't seen for a while. So I'm going to go at this with a positive attitude. That's very good. Wow. I can tell that you're having served in the legislature. Andrew thank you for calling in, by the way, you know. I tend to agree. My thought is I I kind of like his his optimism of sixty days. And if that holds to the structure of the legislature, they'll have almost. Probably two week's worth of time off during that time. So that'll help. But I don't know I have a feeling that she's going to use executive order a lot. I mean, she and we're going to touch on this later on in the show when we have Chuck Weber with us. But I have a feeling that she's going to start to find out fairly early that on many of her things she either can't afford to do what she wants to do. Or should just can't get the votes to do what she wants to do in which case she will start using executive orders and other mechanisms to try and get through what she wants. And that's sad to think that you know, that's the way that she may govern. But I, unfortunately, I think that may be the course that she takes on it. Because ultimately the legislature is more conservative. You're right. I mean that was your predicted what you commented on earlier, and he see it in the Senate, even more. So we're going to have Senator Richard Hildebrand on later on in the show and one of the things I wanna talk to him about is the makeup of the Senate because he was reelected. You've got more Kelly seed, obviously Lynn Rogers seat, those aren't going to change. You're going from two crackpot liberals to two more crackpot liberals. I'm sure, but that's okay. I'm a crackpot conservative. I can say that. But I mean, that's not going to change. But depending on who she appoints for certain. Positions. She may take one of the more moderate use those with the quotation marks she may take more moderate Republican out of one of those chambers to put them in her caucus in her cabinet in which case could give the party an opportunity to put in somebody more conservative. So you never know. Right. I think one of the key things we need to look at this as an opportunity, I know that the outcome of the gubernatorial election isn't anything that we on the conservative side wanted at all. But we need to look at where there's opportunity, and I'm very much am a believer in going on offense and not sitting back and waiting and being reactive. I think we need to be proactive, and hopefully, we'll have the strong leadership and the makeup in both the house and Senate to where we can we can do that. Well, you know, we talked earlier about education to you think there's a will. And do you think there's an ability to pass constitutional amendment to allow the folks to have the vote on? School funding. But that was the biggest issue for me was whether or not you support the courts being involved. Let's at least put it on the ballot. And let the people have the say, absolutely. I don't know why that that is. So negative to so many people. Maybe they don't understand that. All we're doing is saying let the people decide and give them a voice in this whole issue. It's been going on for decades. It's cost star status cost our school districts, millions of many and attorney fees. It's cost the state never mind. The rulings that were having to deal with financially. But I think people are getting to the point where they want an end to this. And so one of the ways I think we need to do that is through constitutional amendment. Yeah. And you know, I think it's ironic that you've got the party that has for decades prided itself on getting out the vote and being the champion of the democratic process. And now here they're the ones that are actually suppressing the vote and trying to keep it. So people do not have an opportunity to allow that constitutional process to work unto allow people to have their say through the ballot. Which is really what this should come to is what I think it should come to put it on the ballot. What the folks have their say. And if we're conservatives are wrong, then we will be proven wrong. I mean, we just had that in the governor's race. So if you want to put it on the ballot let's put it on the ballot. Let's give it a shot. But either way that's what we should do coming up. We'll talk here in a few minutes with Senator Richard Hildebrand later on the show Chuck Weber, but before we get rid of Rene. I've got one question for her on some personal projects averse. You're listening to.

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"chuck weber" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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05:45 min | 2 years ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Yourself projects this is the fix it show with Mr. fix it. Tom, Faiza on WTMJ Milwaukee continues to. Mourn the death of a police officer Mark secrets checks. In with the Milwaukee police department chaplain to discuss his important role during that difficult time that's tomorrow nine fifty one right here on Wisconsin's weekend morning. News sixty three degrees I today's going to be seventy seven seven seventeen months, Danny Clayton Tom Faiza is here and we heading. To Menominee falls on the fix it show hey Paula Good, morning We have some phony, foundation problems and we've had a couple interviews with companies It's getting a little overwhelming Sorting. Through what each are proposing one wall is just under two inches ones around. One and a half inches the other two are like three eighths of an inch Haina. Hovering. At a half inch okay What we're basically interested in it's a huge investment we don't want to shortchange. Ourselves and not do a good job what we're interested in is your thoughts. And opinions some are talking the one while we do realize happy has to be dug. Out You're talking about the braces Talking about digging out. Partial big outs and waterproofing some aren't talking about. Getting out and doing waterproofing we haven't had interview or estimates yet from another company that does something very different with and you probably know what I'm talking about the they have like police on the outside. And like pulled the, wall so like, I said we're kinda overwhelmed we'd sure like. Your opinion and your thoughts And what you think this topic well I think the best thing to do because we're talking a huge expensive you dig an wall that's ten twelve grand for that wall you're probably. Talking to thirty thousand, twenty thousand dollars, something like that total here in the neighborhood So that's a huge. Expense I would have an independent, person looked at the basement. For a few hundred bucks and then have them, do designed for. You and then get pricing And then you're gonna be assured you'll have an independent opinion on your thirty thousand dollar purchase so someone like Chuck Weber W. e. b. e. r. Chuck Weber or Mike shaded s.. H. a. d. I d They're independent contractors in going to give an independent evaluation. I do that kind of work also from time to time and you're in Menominee falls so you're Klay area there's lots of bad basements Manami falls it's. A real it's a real got a nineteen fifties house and you're salt you're on Manami. Avenue someplace No actually I'm our house, is probably about. Forty five years old okay For north of Menominee avenue? Okay, you, actually did our sexual and we bought our house at. All All video autograph it he didn't but we were very very impressive So something must, have changed since then, but anyway So why would get an independent person will? Look at that like Chuck Weber Mike shaded in it's hard to give it too much advice over the radio waves because I can't see physically what. You got on your talking, to inches, a displacement. You're talking about excavation talking three? Eighths half inch it depends what kind of displacement what kind of cracking you may not have to. Do anything too much with those except the braces there's a variety of things they should be talking. About checking the drain towel system that's. Working properly that would be one of the standards you could, also look on the website for what's called ramp. Which is we had those guys on last weekend it's, it's a basically kind of a. Better. Business Bureau better basement bureau of this area yeah so it's. W. a. f. r., p. r. p. dot com so Wisconsin. Association foundation Repair professionals in you'll actually. Find standards there for basic repairs are the correct way to do you know standards here's what you. Need to do at the wall looks. Like this and it's it it gets a little complicated and, it's a little tough reading but gives you a. Couple of good ideas but have an independent person take, a look at it and it's. Got. The problem it's intended to be complicated but that would be. My vice on it Just repeats initials that organization again sure I don't blame you w. a. f. as in Frank r.. P. a. f. r. p. dot com Mike's last name again shattered s. h. a. d. I. D Okay and they would be in the yellow pages Yeah you may? Have. To Google yellow pages now what are those They may not be. The, Google machine Paul Google machine can help okay that's..

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

"chuck weber" Discussed on KNSS

"Foxnewshealth dot com HouseCall for health I'm Elliot Fox news Hey an. SS news now I'm. Dan O'Neill the White House says it may revoke the, security clearances a former Obama, administration officials losing, your clearance, really dings your ability to earn money after you've left. The government, you know, by example when, FBI lawyer Lisa page and h Peter Struck left the FBI or were forced out of. The FBI they lost their clearances, as well which had to be restored in order for them to give those deposition depositions in a closed session to the two. House committees the only thing that I would say is that we're really in unchartered territory because in seventeen years that I've covered the intelligence community here. In Washington I've never seen a group of former intelligence officials be so a public so open in their. Political views after they have left office, that's, FOX's Catherine Herridge reporting, from Washington a Republican candidate who survive A legal challenge to his right to run for the Kansas house has been appointed to fill a short term. Vacancy in the same seat Republican, activists in the eighty fifth district Saturday chose businessman Michael camps to replace former state Representative Chuck Weber after Weber resigned to become. Executive director of the Kansas Catholic conference partly cloudy skies with overnight lows around seventy one mostly sunny on Tuesday daytime highs ninety one sixty seven Tuesday. Night under mostly clear skies it's mostly sunny eighty nine k. n. s. s. news now I'm Dan Neil. This is what Utah's number one talk, ninety, eight seven and thirteen, thirty k. n. s. s..

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