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"colonel scott" Discussed on KTOK
"A government shutdown at the end of the month. Speaker Pelosi said in a statement that the agreement made with Republican negotiators and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, in addition to the continuing resolution adds $8 billion to supplement efforts to feed hungry school Children and their families. The deal extends the pandemic, Elektronik benefit, transfer or CBT for a year. Also, the speaker says the deal ensures money for farmers will not be diverted to bail out oil companies. The deal coming after a new discussion extends government operations through December, 11th. Colonel Scott Fox News no progress toward another Corona virus economic stimulus bill. In fact, talks toward closing a trillion dollar gap between the two sides have given away to the political maneuvering over a Supreme Court nomination. 200 more pilot whales have been found beached on the Australian island state of Tasmania. That's nearly 500 this week. More than half of them have died. 77 year old Fort Worth, Texas man has been arrested and charged with killing a 17 year old girl. Bulls and 46 years ago with the help of DNA technology, curious comments from the man who killed John Lennon, Mark David Chapman shot and killed one and outside is New York City apartment on December 8th 1980 Lina was 40 Chapman is serving a 20 years the life sentence at a prison near Buffalo. He again expressed regret for his actions, telling the parole board he would have no complaint whatsoever if they chose to leave him in prison for the rest of his life. Chapman Adity felt he deserved the death penalty for his despicable act and thinks about the painting inflicted on Lenin's wife, Yoko Ono all the time. Chapman also says he assassinated Lenin. Because he was seeking self glory for the 11 time. He was denied parole. Tomur Gotti Fox News, Jack Callahan, This is It is sure looked and felt like fall today. On.
"colonel scott" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Colonel Scott but this live ELISA District Judge Victor Moreau says the post office must treat election male is priority Express or first class mail, his opinion said. This is what was done in the 2018 midterms. Adding that what it seemed to him is that the vital mission of the postal worker is being slowed by what he called managerial failures. In addition, the judge declared that all overtime requested between October 26th of November 6th. Should be pre approved after a court injunction last week that several states sought to reverse a leave male behind policy. A Postal Service spokesman said the agency was looking into legal options. Lisa Thanks, Colonel. The postmaster is already suspended. Most changes until after the election. President Trump is heading to Ohio All Joe Biden campaigns in another battleground Wisconsin as a new fight brews in Washington over a nominee to replace late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. President believes This is an issue that will play in his favor by energizing voters who might not have been thinking about either voting for him are coming out to vote for him to do it. Come November. The third, The president says he wants to get his new nominee confirmed by that time, which means if he was to make the announcement Friday or Saturday, he'd have either only 38 or 39 days to do a box of John Roberts at the White House. Democrats say it's hypocritical of Republicans not to wait until after the election since They blocked President Obama's election year nominee in 2016 the fight over the president's tax returns not nearly over yet. The Manhattan D a firing off his latest filing, urging a federal appeals court to uphold a lower judge's ruling, calling it meticulous. That ruling called for the president's subpoenaed returns to be handed over.
Texas Man Accused Of Making Bomb Threat During University of Houston Zoom Lecture
"Call in Texas. A man took the meaning of it. Mohr literally. Ibrahim Ahmed al Bayati, according to federal authorities joined the University of Houston lecture September 2nd and interrupted it to imply a bomb would go off on campus in a few days. The 19 year old from nearby Richmond, Texas, used an assumed name and is said to have yelled and Arabic phrase that translates to Islamic State will remain alibi. Adi was arrested two days later and charged in part with making threats over Interstate commerce. Colonel Scott Fox News on Wall
Kamala Harris meets with Jacob Blake's family in Wisconsin
"Of Jacob Blake, who was shot and wounded. Did by police in Kenosha. Harris called them an incredible family they've endured and they just do it with dignity and Grace Harris meeting comes less than a week following Democratic nominee Joe Biden is meeting with him. Neither President Trump nor vice president Pence have spoken directly. The Blakes family, Fox says. Colonel Scott Blake
"colonel scott" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"National Institutes of Health has gotten advice from medical experts that there just isn't enough to confirm. One way or the other. The effectiveness of convalescent plasma infighting. Corona virus, the Food and Drug Administration issued an emergency use authorization for the therapy based on a mail clinic study. However, the controls in the study weren't conclusive enough to determine at what rates People survive Cove it because of the therapy. Late last month, the president hailed convalescent plasma as a powerful therapy against covert 19. Colonel Scott Fox knew. The Trump Administration says it won't work with an international effort to develop and distribute a vaccine for the virus because officials say it doesn't want to be constrained by groups like the World Health Organization. The decision, first reported by The Washington Post, follows the decision by the White House in July. The pull funding from the W. H O. The president has claimed its heavily influenced by China. This afternoon, the president traveled to Kenosha, Wisconsin, meeting with law enforcement after a few days of violent approach is after the police shooting of Jacob Blade, Infrastructural change, and then you could take the people of Kenosha. That aren't here and that you won't see and that aren't protesting, but they want change. Also, they want to see lawn order the governor of Wisconsin and asked the president to not make the trip because he was concerned it could incite more division. There were protests during the president's visit, though they were peaceful. Thie Army has made leadership changes at Fort Hood, Texas, as it continues the investigation into the death of a soldier. Major general John Richardson will take over as acting senior commander starting tomorrow. Specialist Vanessa Gideon was reported missing in April who remains were found July 1st. America.
RNC: Trump will focus on the American people
"Delegates of this convention center will nominate the president to a second term tomorrow. Republican and conservative, heavy hitters being a big part of the convention. But Trump campaign adviser Katrina, Pierson said on Fox and friends that everyday Americans will be the focus going to be about the love for the American people. Pearson says many speeches will come directly from those Americans. Also, the president is expected to be featured each night of the RNC. With a nomination acceptance speech at the White House on Thursday. Colonel Scott White House
Visitors from 31 states now required to quarantine when visiting New York, New Jersey
"Than half of U. S. States are now included in the quarantine list for New York and New Jersey. Now 31 states are on the list that air seeing significant spread of covert. 19 new additions include Maryland, Virginia, Nebraska and Washington State. The threshold. Both New York and New Jersey You're using flags states that see 10 positive test results per 100,000 people, or a week average of 10 per cent positivity or hire. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says the precaution allows a responsible restart and recovery to continue. Minnesota has shown improvement and has been pulled off the list for now. In Newark, New Jersey Colonel Scott Fox News.
Judge: Bolton can publish book despite efforts to block it
"Know that Bolton's book is set to come out this week he blasted president trump in an ABC news interview that aired on Sunday describing the man that he served as national security adviser for seventeen months as damaging to the country and hoping he's a one term president so what judge did the climb to block the publication of the tell all book but apparently the legal fight is not over just yet his more from fox's colonel Scott U. S. Attorney General bill Barr said exclusively on fox news Sunday morning futures there is currently collection the forcible tend to address classified details bar says still contained in the book titled the room where it happens we are bringing a civil action to enforce his agreement that he would do that before publishing the remedy if he doesn't complete it is that he forfeits any money from the government the Bolton book is officially set to be released this week after a judge ruled he would not stop that book's publication good all Scott fox news was reported last week that president trump's niece merry trump is running as a tell all book about him and their family called too much is never enough how my family created the world's most dangerous man with its scheduled release to come out on July the twenty eighth from Simon and Schuster but trump told Axios over the weekend that is fifty five year old niece is quote not allowed to do so because she signed a nondisclosure agreement trump said his niece sign that in D. A. after two thousand one settlement over the estate of our grandfather who was Donald trump's dad Fred trump's senior which bars her from publishing anything about the litigation or her relationship with trump and his siblings maryann and Robert merry trump is the daughter of trump's late brother Fred trump junior the daily beast last week cited people with knowledge of the book saying that would be filled with quote harrowing stories about the president but this one looks like it's going to be it's going to be blocked
Pelosi criticizes Trump's response to George Floyd protests
"Finger pointing has begun regarding last week's in custody death of George Floyd Minneapolis and the riding that is followed fox's colonel Scott reports speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi says part of a president's job is to steady the nation she says this president has not done what his predecessors have they have seen their responsibility to be the president of the United States to unify our country and not to fuel the flame that in reference to a tweet some say implies that looting leads to shooting speaker Pelosi was an
Deadlines for laid-off workers to get health care coverage looming
"There our first deadlines approaching for laid off workers seeking to get health insurance through obamacare colonel Scott when the pandemic cost workers their jobs with it went their health insurance the affordable Care Act provided a two month special enrollment period for those workers to get coverage that opportunity will end next week in several states industry experts say the reason many of missed out on securing coverages most don't know where to find a plan at a rate they can afford meanwhile the trump administration still hoping to clear the ACA unconstitutional has not promoted options the nonpartisan Kaiser family foundation estimates eight in ten of about twenty seven million who've lost their benefits would qualify for obamacare coverage in some
"colonel scott" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"A commencement speaker isn't all that bad Miami usually go on way too long also not very many people are great in those gaps especially if you have big ears like me and you'll have plenty of time to catch up with your friends once the immediate public health crisis is over a bomb appeared to take the current administration's task without mentioning them by name when he said that the current state of the world quote also pulled the curtain back on another hard truth something that we all have to eventually accept once our childhood comes to an end all those adults that you used to think were in charge and knew what they were doing question mark turns out that they don't have all the answers a lot of them aren't even asking the right questions so current coronavirus covert nineteen continues to be a political football for his part the president president trump his response to what Obama had to say he basically called his administration incompetent it's now six forty seven national health expert urging caution for states already starting to ramp up their economic economy so because of the covert nineteen continues to be a threat as we know Rhode Island will roll into phase one today opening up restaurants for outdoor service here's fox's colonel Scott with more former CDC director Dr Tom Frieden said on fox news Sunday different states are in different places with this virus he says with New York state for example we are at the end of the beginning in some other places of the country it hasn't yet hit in full force Friedman says he understands people wanting to get out from under lockdown orders but.
"colonel scott" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Outlets fox's colonel Scott president trump will join the event around twelve thirty to answer some of those questions Americans listening to fox news now here's your storm team ten forecasts like we'll start out with some clouds on Tuesday then a mix of clouds and sun throughout the afternoon with high temperatures reaching the low and mid fifties clear sky for awhile overnight some clouds for Wednesday morning with a low in the mid thirties mostly cloudy on Wednesday afternoon and evening showers are likely a cool day with highs only forty six partly sunny still chilly Thursday with a high near forty eight I'm stormteam ten Peter Aldous mark Searles on newsradio nine twenty and one of four seven of them it is we from the city of angels premiere networks presents coast to coast AM with George Noory and we'll be back with James Rawlings as we talk about his latest thriller the last Odyssey right now we have found.
Americans Scramble to Return to US After Coronavirus Travel Ban
"President trump's coronavirus travel ban pushing U. S. airports to the limits as Americans abroad rush back home fox is colonel Scott has more life is Steve on fox news Sunday Dr Anthony Fauci of the national institutes of health says those crowds were to be expected given the directive when people see a trap a travel ban they immediately want to hunker and get and get home he says the problem with that is those crowds could perhaps increase the risk of coronavirus transmission Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot says seeing those conditions at o'hare airport frustrated her the federal government's lack of preparedness and issuing new directives regarding airport screening health experts say Americans will have no issues getting home it's the rushing that causes bottlenecks and increases risks
"colonel scott" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Be sold boxes colonel Scott America's listening to market Melinda Herschel background check Johns Hopkins University study to universal background checks they had in the state of California for going on twenty years and they found no net change in gun deaths or gun homicides Johns Hopkins doing an independent study of one state but at least it's a study to figure out does this help does it make a difference to me it doesn't make a difference all it does is it makes it more difficult for those law abiding citizens that want to arm themselves if you have the opportunity to go with you so bad guys evil minded guys the hate filled individuals they are going to find a way whether it is getting a gun illegally whether it is taking to a whole nother watching complete when they have their mind made up it doesn't matter what laws are on the books they're going to build their roads to eleven AM and two to three PM on newsradio kale BJ a little day in court for the trump administration and its efforts to keep its former White House counsel from testifying before Congress a three judge federal appeals court panel will hear oral arguments today on the justice department's claim that former White House counsel don McGann has absolute immunity against having to testify the ongoing inquiry into the impeachment of president trump the democratic led house won the case at the District Court level but is now trying to fend off efforts by the justice department to overturn that decision at the lower court level an appointee of president Obama ruled that completely excusing began from testifying would give president trump for any president monarch like powers that the framers of the constitution did not envision at the White House John decker fox news Sudan's military says a plane crashed in the western Darfur region killing all sixteen people on board an employee of the world food program was among the victims as well as two women and two children the plane crashed five minutes after taking off from the airport there are no immediate reports of foul play Australian tennis star serving up some help as the country deals with the worst summer wildfire season on record with wildfires ravaging his native Australia tennis star to carry us has made a pledge to donate two hundred dollars to relief efforts for every ace across all these upcoming events Kerry I smash five hundred and ninety seven aces just last year which would match around one hundred twenty thousand dollars more than one thousand homes and buildings have been destroyed with officials fearing the worst days are coming for these fires have been burning since October yes gesture inspiring fellow Australian tensors Alex in our and John Millman to take.
Watching the Ball Drop—It’s Not Just for Tourists
"Tina of course the country's marquee new year's eve celebration will be in New York City people are filling up time square in this time before the midnight hour officially ushers in twenty twenty as you might expect there are some first timers here from across the world then there are also veterans of this event like Maria or tease from right here in New York it was a big fan of the thing we're all here to see I love the ball drop I just love it Maria and all of her closest friends about a million or so are gathering here in Times Square and getting in a position to see that ball drop in ring in not just the new year with a brand new decade in Times Square colonel Scott
Deaths of mother and 2 children in Boston appear to be murder-suicide, D.A. says
"We're learning more about the Christmas day deaths of a mother and her two young children in Boston fox's colonel Scott joins us live a rich Erin Pascal in her two children Allison and Andrew were found near a parking garage Suffolk County DA Rachel Rollins says it looks like a murder suicide from one of the parking level she says they're looking into an incident at the victim's address just before they die we are in the process of detail in that it is our understanding at this point there may have been a nine one one call the garage owned by Northeastern University has been the site of two other suicide cases this year Rollins said as they investigate here just people who needed to seek suicide prevention to help avoid tragedies
New Orleans mayor vows ‘relentless’ investigation in deadly Hard Rock Hotel collapse
"Mayor of New Orleans promises a full examination into what caused a hotel under construction near the French Quarter the partially collapsed killing two people faxes colonel Scott Mayer latoya Cantrell says as far as she is aware the builder of the hard rock hotel was working within what the law requires absolutely permitted up to coal that sort of thing but she says city state and federal officials want to know why the structure collapsed we will be relentless in that it will be thorough and we will be open and transparent with the public as it relates to sure has been on the ground the hotel was scheduled to open next spring citado builders the contractor flew in engineers from Europe to assess what happened good all Scott
"colonel scott" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"News poll say they support impeachment right now fifty one percent of voters surveyed want to see president trump not Justin peach to but removed from office of those who say the president is being treated unfairly twenty one percent say he did nothing wrong twenty percent say impeachment is politically motivated then there's the call between president trump in the Ukrainian president on what president trump says is corruption by Joe Biden the conversation was I think a perfect conversation sixty six percent of respondents say that kind of call asking a foreign leader to investigate arrival is not appropriate forty three percent say what was said by the president constitutes an impeachable offense colonel Scott fox news Ukraine's president will of there's a let's keep telling reporters in Kiev just a short time ago there was no black male in a phone call with president trump in fact he did learn until well after their July twenty fifth conversation with military aid to Ukraine had been delayed for a time tonight the president rally supporters in Minnesota the little the mayor doesn't want in there Visy in Minneapolis putting up fencing for tonight's rally at the target center where protesters in tens of thousands of trump supporters are expected we do now welcome that kind of rhetoric here adamant Dooling feuds with democratic mayor Jacobs fry who the trump campaign argued tried to then backed off from imposing bloated security costs the city's police officers also bashing the mayor for a new rule barring them from appearing in uniform along side the president as people in Minneapolis tell us to be able to express themselves he's done a lot for our country free nation free speech for those who support him Jeff might also fox news please say life wielding man is wounded Indonesia's security minister of the local police chief a suspect has been arrested on Jack Callahan this is fox news W. CBM Baltimore what advisories up from all four goes all the way down to Virginia beach in Thursday Bigelow's out over the open waters of the Atlantic headed.
3 suspects identified in case of slain trial witness
"One of the three man police believe shot and killed Joshua brown is in custody police stage a query as Mitchell was involved in a botched drug deal and was shot by brown assistant police chief Avery Moore says the confrontation escalated according to Mitchell as these lane in the vehicle here's to more gun shots he says the fattest green shot Joshua brown two times fatty is green and Michael Mitchell are the other two suspects still at large assistant chief Moore says they are believed to be armed and dangerous all three will be charged with capital murder in brown's death colonel Scott fox
3 Babies Dead, 5 Injured From Possible Waterborne Bacteria at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, Pennsylvania
"The hospital investigating the deaths of some premature babies officials at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville say eight infants born less than thirty two weeks into pregnancy were affected by what doctors believe is a water borne germ that caused an infection three of the babies died the hospital is actively searching for the source of the German is sent other babies in the neo natal unit and some expectant moms to other facilities investigators say pinpointing the source could take weeks but they are fairly certain the germ originated outside the hospital more aggressive filtration and chlorination of water is being done as a precaution colonel Scott
Federal judge clears Harvard University in lawsuit alleging racial bias against Asian American applicants
"A federal judge rules in favor of Harvard University in a long running legal fight over allegations that renewed debate over affirmative action boxes colonel Scott has this live the least the district judge Alison Burroughs says there is no evidence the Ivy League school discriminated on racial grounds against Asian American students the group students for fair admissions argued Asian American applicants were held to higher standards in the black and Hispanic students work with lower grades were admitted instead the group says Harvard focused on a subjective personal rating rather than academics judge Berle's did say well the admissions practice what's acceptable was also not perfect this of our affirmative action case could possibly be reviewed by the
"colonel scott" Discussed on KNSS
"Bank of America wants to know what would you like the power to do I'm speaking with Larry to read a regional president from bank of America hearing the DMV thanks for coming you bet what do you do to take care of your employees the people mourn to be them and more people wanting to work for bank of America at bank of America has Mott business model of responsible growth we have to grow of course but we have to do it by managing risk serving the client we want to be a great place to work that includes compensation we just announced our minimum starting wage is going to go up from seventeen dollars an hour to twenty dollars an hour in two thousand twenty one we have a comprehensive health benefits we have sixteen weeks of paid family leave we offer twenty days a bereavement leave bank America is a great program called life event services where someone's going through a transition in their life whatever that happens to be so it's just the kinds of benefits to the drive in what we call responsible growth I like to think my guess let me to read it so what would you like to probably do find out a bank of America can help you a bank of America dot com stop by your local branch. Donald trumps America the buzz around Washington continues to swirl around the Democrats ramping up an impeachment inquiry against the president and whether a whistle blowers claims are accurate on fox news Sunday White House adviser Steven Miller says whomever that person is lacks credibility a partisan hit job does not make the whistleblower just because you go through the whistleblower protection act the house intelligence committee has subpoenaed secretary of state Mike Pompeii but it hasn't yet call the president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani he's been involved in trying to get you crane to investigate Joe Biden what ABC's this week Giuliani says any testimony depends on the president his privilege not mine if he decides that he wants me to testify. I'll testify even though I think Adam Schiff is an illegitimate chairman fox news reports guiliani did not act alone in seeking a Ukrainian investigation that work was outside the administration and known only to the president colonel Scott fox news when you believe in your equipment.
"colonel scott" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
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Judge ends case against Epstein, with a nod to the accusers
"The criminal case against Jeffrey esteem is tossed out following his recent suicide in prison fox's colonel Scott as this lively so prosecutors asked for in district judge Richard Berman granted the dismissal abstain took his own life by hanging himself in his Manhattan jail cell earlier this month the end of the case comes just two days after sixty women detailed in a hearing that it's being used his money and his connections to take advantage of them the women in court prosecutors to continue with the case now while the judge did in this action against up steam U. S. Attorney General William Barr says the justice the justice department intends to go after coconspirators events teens who enabled his
Top Trump Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow Sees 'No Recession In Sight'
"News after last week's roller coaster ride investors will be watching Wall Street at the White House office assurances the economy remains strong fox's colonel Scott has more live and president trump is that the economy may tank if he doesn't win in twenty twenty but some experts say the US is showing signs with last week's market losses of heading toward a recession on fox news Sunday the president's economic adviser Larry Kudlow says he doesn't see that based on what's been done a rollback of regulations energy opening trade reform we're gonna stay with that the president has made a strong economy is top argument for four more years he places a lot of the blame for the uncertainty on the federal reserve which he hopes will cut interest rates further thanks
Judge again blocks Arkansas from enforcing new abortion limit
"A federal judge is still standing in the way of federal several laws limiting abortions in Arkansas district judge Christine Baker says the Arkansas laws restricting abortions will remain on enforced as a legal challenge makes its way through the courts the original injunction from the judge was set to expire today the laws in question do not allow abortions to happen at eighteen weeks of a pregnancy if the doctor is not a board certified OBGYN or if the unborn child is diagnosed with down syndrome the challenge of the laws comes from a clinic in little rock that is the state's only surgical abortion clinic and Planned Parenthood Arkansas's Attorney General is appealing judge Baker's ruling colonel Scott fox
"colonel scott" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
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Trump administration pauses new rule limiting abortion referrals
"Family planning clinics across the country now have more time to comply with new trump administration guidelines on abortion referrals according to a new time table put out over the weekend abortion clinics now have until the middle of September to show they are making a good faith effort to comply with the no referral policy that's a change from last month's notice demanding immediate compliance the law states that federal funds can't be used to pay for abortions but that didn't stop referrals to abortion providers new administration rules not only hold the referrals but also control who can talk about abortions with a patient even as the enforcement is put on hold lawsuits have been filed to stop the new rules entirely colonel Scott fox
"colonel scott" Discussed on KNSS
"Found on the city's east side more from fox's colonel Scott one of the victims a man was found in a vacant lot he died of a gunshot wound in a nearby home the other three bodies a woman and two children were discovered investigators say the killings are connected Cleveland police chief Calvin Williams says they are making progress in getting answers were hoping to you know solidify those leads and get some folks in jail for this heinous crime here real soon police have not identified the victims nor have they said how the three inside the home died other family members were seen in the area emotionally distraught colonel Scott fox news US secretary of state Mike Pompeii spoke at the Christians United for Israel summits Pompeii says the anti Israel bias at the United Nations will no longer be tolerated we live in a very real world and for that reason I was able us March to declare a simple truth that any scientism is indeed anti semitism full stop it is it is also a blessing to stand with other countries like Israel that themselves stand for freedom because anti that's what it's all about here in America that summit took place Monday afternoon in Washington DC a silver alert issued yesterday by the rice county sheriff's office has been canceled because the missing woman has been found safe eighty seven year old Juanita Renee Kali were missing on Monday afternoon from her home in the twenty four hundred block of Avenue acts in sterling she was found by seventy six year old Gary baddie who was out riding his horse when he found her badly who lives just a short distance away from Cali says the lord told him where to go a Texas man has pleaded guilty in the deaths of a couple who were killed at the Kansas fair after one of the suspect ordered the killing as part of a carnival mafia initiation Kansas Attorney General Derrick Smith's office said in a news release that thirty six from rusty Frasier pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of first degree premeditated murder in the twenty eighteen deaths of our for carpenter and his wife Pauline at the Burton county fair where they were vendors the bodies of the Wichita couple were discovered but in a National Forest near Van Buren Arkansas prosecutors said thirty two year old Thomas straight also pleaded guilty Monday to one count of obstructing apprehension their sentencing has not been scheduled investigators stress there is no such thing as the carnival mafia for.
"colonel scott" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"The weekend in Schenectady and Bethlehem. Body was found in the parking lot eastern Parkway price chopper in Schenectady, Saturday night name of the man not released. Police only say he's in his thirties. They don't believe I'll play was involved. Meanwhile, Bethlehem police looking into the discovery of the body in the Hudson river to people fishing, call them to the scene near Henry Hudson park, Saturday investigators tentatively identified the remains as an adult male and are waiting for on Thompson results. Mike, Patrick NewsRadio. Eight gen three one WJ y heads up for a street closure and Troy the ferry street tunnel will be closed for at least the next couple of days because of repairs to the tunnel ceiling all vehicle traffic coming into Troy on route two from the congress street bridge will be directed. To river street. Regulary Hickey traffic will be detoured onto the river street Front Street offramp. Democrats in Washington demanding a chance to hear directly from the man behind the Muller reports special counsel, Robert Muller has been invited to testify next week before the House Judiciary committee House, Democrat, David. Cellini on Fox News Sunday says he hopes nothing will derail that hope the special counsel will appear. We think the American people have a right to hear directly from him. The Senate has issued an invitation as well, but GOP Senator John Kennedy said on NBC's meet the press that the findings of Muller's report may make that unnecessary indictment for collusion. No one for conspiracy. No indictment for obstruction of Justice in a Sunday tweet, the president said Muller should not testify because his report shows. No collusion. Colonel Scott, Fox, News president's former attorney and fixer Michael Cohen reports to prison today. He'll begin a three year sentence at the federal correctional facility and Otis Ville, New York W G Y morning news time, nine oh. Five number of cases of drug resistant, superbug known as candied or continue to rise in New York. State Senator Chuck Schumer wants the federal government to declare an emergency. He says federal authorities need to take this series where here to say now more than ever with something as deadly as. Candied auras. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and eat Auras is a fungus resistance a multiple drugs creating a problem for many healthcare facilities. Three hundred nineteen confirmed cases in New York, meanwhile, Schumer will be in all of this after noon to announce a major legislative push against robocall scammers. He says despite federal do not call rules robocalls and span calls getting worse by the day in New York. Two hundred and ninety.
"colonel scott" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Retired army Colonel Scott mcchrystal, Scott was an infantryman that a chaplain and he's working with a program called the warriors journey, and which is an international program to help military folks in life journey so welcome to freedom. Scott. Thank you. It is a pleasure to talk with you. Thanks for asking what's appropriate that. I would invite a Christian guy to join me on our Easter show. Let's start by discussing your more than interesting career than you had a big career change in the middle. Tell us your story. Join mother army. I think is an infantryman just like I did right. My dad was a career on the officer infantry. And so following graduation college. I didn't really have any other big aspirations as far as direction so I joined the infantry and went down to Fort Benning to start that in June of seventy went to the things you did any airborne school. Basic ranger school, and then to the second and then shortly after that to place your with called nam. That's how I got started. And it was a very maturing year. A lot of people talk about how horrible Vietnam was. But. I was just trying to follow orders on my country and stabilize. That was what we we're supposed to take care of our troops. Take care of ourselves. Do our job offers both times. Good job. I'm proud of my service and life goes on. But yeah, that's a interesting way to start a career. It was getting I came back. I got out for couple of years just tried to trucking industry not because I was satisfied with the military just growing up as a military brat. I wanted to try something different and reapply getting back in and the reason I think listeners would be interested to know this. As well. As many listeners, just something very special about the military culture. I just think a common mission, and there's a camaraderie that is very hard to equal anywhere. And I miss that. So went back to the second then wound up going to ROTC the citadel and any that's where I was intersected by somebody named God. And while I was following him. To the best Maya -bility, he changed directions and spoke to my heart. Not audibly. I should get out go to some seminary. I started say cemetery. But. Seminary and then follow orders. And so I I did just that and about six months seminar. I didn't assume I was going to be a chap on I actually backed away from that didn't wanna be presupposing presumptious, but it became very clear that I should reapply chaplain. So in nineteen eighty five win is chaplain day twenty one years and had a blast. That's interesting to come back in a different capacity. But the army the army in your point well taken we often kit about the fact that we get out of the army, these aren't they don't say up straight. They nobody in charge. They don't shine the belt, buckles, goofy. But getting back into military society is comfortable. It's very comfortable. I think a lot of it while there's diversity win the military. I think there's a lot of just. Overlap with values and beliefs joining the military to get rich, you probably had examined you you want to do something that it's bigger than you are. I think the military's a great place, and I just have love the love the camaraderie and just the idea of a community aiming in the same direction and trying to do something for the nation. Even when the nation sometimes doesn't seem to appreciate it. Gilman frontlines of freedom were discussing career retired army. Colonel Scott mcchrystal, Scott. What kinds of things did you do as a chaplain folks who have never been in the military? Probably don't have a clue what kind of things chaplain. Do day-to-day. Sure. Benny for. That may not know they might understand pastor, but not Chapman. Chaplain is is somebody in the military, and I'm speak my own language the army and they're assigned to organizations predominantly units. And the biggest reason for being. Is that the chapel provides ministers if you will in uniform that go where soldiers go anywhere in the world. And if they're in combat chaplains go down to combat if they're not. He's time environment though there. Anything about a chaplain military chaplain? I'm like, many pastors most passers the chaplain is a part of the daily routines and lives of the warriors families you eat with them. Go to the field, you go to meetings, you go to train and what the specially important is. If you're going to be effective, you share hardships. And the interesting challenge. I like Danny is if you want to get a hearing if you wanna get credibility in the military. He's got a lot of these young men and women haven't been reared in Christian homes. They don't know what a pastor is. And they certainly don't know what a chaplain is. And they need to see you. I guess achieve a passage of right earned the right to speak with him. And that's really not hard as long as you willing to well up your sleeve and predominantly do what they do with a couple of exceptions. I don't need to do the stuff that young people do not what we're supposed to do. So we don't go in there. Trying to win a popularity contest. We try to go in as men and women of God. And then as we earn their trust and demonstrate are caring for them and ask questions of them out their lives and families when they get in a tight spot invariably Denny who do they come looking for the chaplain. It works almost every time. Well, when I was in Vietnam for my second tour, and I started having some questions I was I knew God was out there somewhere. And I always thought I was a Christian, but I never had a relationship one day the chaplain who was always in my talian, and I ended up sitting together in a foxhole for little bit. This is not a combat zone, but none of the combat area. Sure. That's who I talked to why. Because he was there and I knew him, and as you say, Chris. One of the great things about talking to chat on a lot of people may not know this. But almost every other kind of person that you would speak. I'm talking about roles in Terry. They don't have what they call privileged communication where if you come to talk to me. You have. I don't have it. You have it communications because I'm a chaplain. So you can share stuff with me. And I don't share the commander share with anybody. And being trusted adviser counselor that and especially one that's in and among the troops. They know that we understand they know that we will keep our mouths shut. And we're an advocate and that so it's a real joy it works. It works for me. Scott were about time you want you retired you now work for your denomination coordinating chaplains for your nomination, correct? Right. Probably the easiest way I could say I do administration idea recruiting, but as much as anything else, I'm kind of like a Bishop to a couple hundred military chaplains all over the world. And you know, they need administrative support. They need, you know. You mean, they're like. Who need some help? Every once in a while. So guidance insight. Day the bagged any medicine chaplains. We're just as plain ordinary, and we're not immune to anything. We're. I tell people I'm one beggar. Telling another beggar where to find bread, Scott..
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"Retired army Colonel Scott mcchrystal, Scott was an infantryman and then a chaplain and he's working with a program called the warriors journey, and which is an international program to help military folks in life's journey. So welcome to Portland to freedom. Scott. Danny. Thank you. It is a pleasure to talk with you. Thanks for asking. Well, what's appropriate that? I would invite a Christian guy to join me on our Easter show. So let's start by discussing your more than interesting career that you had a big career change in the middle. Tell us your story. You join weather army. I think is an editor. And just like I did right. I did my dad was a career on the author infantry. And so following graduation college. I didn't really have any other big aspirations as far as erection. So I joined the infantry and went down to Fort Benning to start that in June of seventy went to the things you did any airborne school in pre officer basic ranger school and then to the eighty second. And then shortly after that to a place with called Vietnam. That's how I got started. And it was a very maturing year. A lot of people talk about how horrible Vietnam was. But I don't know about you. I was just trying to follow orders on or my country and stabilize. Well, that was what we're supposed to do. We're supposed to take care of our troops. Take care of ourselves. Do our job, and we were company great offers both times. And I think I did a good job, Ben. I'm proud of my service and life goes on. But yeah, that's a interesting way to start a career isn't. It was getting I came back. I got out for a couple of years just tried to trucking industry not because I was just satisfied with the military just growing up as a military brat. I wanted to try something different and wound up reapply and getting back in the reason. I think listeners would be interested to know. This is you and I know as well as many listeners just something very special about the military culture. I think is a common mission, and there's a camaraderie that is very hard to Nicole anywhere. And I missed that. So went back to the second then wound up going to teach our not see at the citadel and any that's where I was intersected by somebody named God. And while I was following him to the best of my ability. He changed directions and spoke to my heart. Not all. Audibly net. I should get out go to some seminary. I started to say cemetery, but seminary, and then followers, and so I I did just that and about six months into seminar. I didn't assume I was going to be a chaplain. I actually backed away from that didn't wanna be presupposing presumptuous, but it became very clear that I should reapply to chaplain. So in nineteen eighty five I win is chaplain day twenty one years and had a blast. That's interesting to come back in a different capacity. But the army the army your points. Well, taken we often kit about the fact that we get out of the army, these aren't they don't say it up straight. They nobody in charge. They don't shine the bachelor belt buckles, it's goofy. But getting back into military society is comfortable, isn't it? It's very comfortable. I think a lot of it. While there's diversity in the military. I think there's a lot of just overlap with values and beliefs. I mean, if you're joining the military to get rich, he probably you had examined. But only because you you want to do something that it's bigger than you are. I think the military's a great place, and that I just have love the loved the camaraderie and just the idea of a community aiming in the same direction and trying to do something for the nation. Even when the nation sometimes doesn't seem to appreciate this is Colonel Denny Gillerman frontlines of freedom were discussing the career retired army. Colonel Scott mcchrystal. So scott. What kinds of things did you do as a chaplain folks who've never been in the military. Probably don't have a clue what kind of things does the chaplain. Do day-to-day. Sure. Danny for. For me that may not know they might understand pasture, but not sapling. Chaplain is is somebody in the military, and I'm gonna speak my own language the army and they're assigned to organizations predominantly units. And the biggest reason for being. Is that the Chapman? She provides ministers if you will end uniform that go where soldiers go anywhere in the world. And if they're in combat chaplains go down to combat if there are not he's time indictment. They're they're the unique thing about a chaplain a military chaplain. Unlike many passers most passer since the chaplain is a part of a daily routines and lives of the warriors and families you eat with them. You go to the field, you go to meetings, you go to train, and what to specially important is if you're going to be effective, you share hardships. And the interesting challenge. I like Danny is if you want to get a hearing if you wanna get credibility in the military. He's got to earn it. Because a lot of these young men and women haven't been reared in Christian homes. They don't know what a pastor is. And they certainly don't know what a chaplain is. And they need to see you. I guess achieve a passage of right earned the right to speak with him. And that's really not hard as long as you willing to well up your sleeve and predominantly do what they do with a couple of exceptions. I don't need to do the stuff that young people do that not what we're supposed to do. So we don't go in there. Trying to win a popularity contest. We try to go in as men and women of God. And then as we earn their trust and demonstrate are caring for them and ask questions of them out their lives and families when they get in a tight spot invariably Denny who do they come looking for the chaplain. It works almost every time. Well, when I was in Vietnam for my second tour, and I started having some questions I was I knew God was out there somewhere. I always thought I was Christian. But I've never had a relationship one day the chaplain who was always in my battalion, and I ended up sitting together in a foxhole for a little bit. This is not a combat zone, but not in a combat area. And sure that's who I talked to why. Because he was there and I knew him and as you say earned, Chris. And one of the great things about talking to a chapel and a lot of people may not know this. But almost every other kind of person that you would speak. I'm talking about roles in the military. They don't have what they call a privileged communication where if you come to talk to me. You have. I don't have it. You have it for communications because I'm a chaplain. So you can share snuff with me. And I don't share it with the commander. I don't share with anybody. And being entrusted adviser and counselor that and especially one that's in and among the troops. They know that we understand they know that we will keep our mouths shut. And we're an advocate, and that's a that's a real joy it works. It works for me. Scott were about at a time you want you retired you now work for your denomination coordinating chaplains for your denomination, correct? Right. Probably the easiest way. I could say I do administration I do recruiting but as much as anything else, I'm kind of like a Bishop to a couple of hundred military chaplains all over the world. And you know, they need administrative support. They need, you know. You mean, they're like PayPal adviser. You mean, they're like who needs some help if occasion every once in a while some guidance some insight. Yeah, you've left a seeker out of the out of the bagged any. Yeah. Ministers chaplains, we're just as plain and ordinary, and we're not immune to anything. We're. I tell people I'm one beggar. Telling another beggar. Where to find bread Scott?.
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"Colonel Scott has this live Cook County state's attorney tells Chicago television, they dropped the charges against small at in part to devote more resources to the cities gun violence issues. But police superintendent Eddie Johnson said it undermined officers work my job as a police officer is to investigate an incident. Gather evidence gathered facts and present them to the state's attorney. That's what we did. And if the accused Moore to clear their name would want my day in court. Period. A FOX entertainment says it's gratified the charges were dropped. But did not comment on small its future on the show empire. Lisa. Thanks colonel. A renewed fights over healthcare in congress House Democrats unveiling a plan aimed at strengthening ObamaCare may seem invigorated on being able to contend that Republicans desires to repeal ObamaCare means that they want to strip away pre existing conditions. Remember that was part of the message that help flip the house from red to blue come last November. But over here at the White House they contend that President Trump wants to protect preexisting conditions. And that has been his stance for quite some time business network's Blake Berman. Meantime, President Trump predicting the Republican party will soon be known as the party of healthcare as he headed into a meeting with Senate Republicans on Capitol Hill earlier today each side accusing the other of show votes in the house and attempted override fails after the president's veto of the measure that would have blocked his national emergency for border wall funding while in the Senate the first procedural vote. On the Democrats green new deal failing to get the sixty votes needed to begin debate. No one voted in favor of it. Instead there were fifty seven against and forty three all.
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"John Batchelor show. Colonel Scott and us with me and his new book is the swamp FOX lessons in leadership from the partisan campaigns of Francis. Marion curl started writing this many years ago. As part of his education as a warrior for the United States, Marine corps. But what he's combined is the romance and the legend of Francis Marion operating in South Carolina, seventeen eighty to seventeen eighty two against the British regulars and the the Tories the loyalists those who fought alongside the British. There was an American loyalist regiment. Many of the farmers and plantation owners in South Carolina fought with the British in Charleston, and Georgetown and many of the large battles. So francis. Marion has an unusual challenge. He's not only fighting against the red coats and their hessian allies that mercenaries were imported there as well as in the north, but he's also fighting against men who were his neighbors and will become his neighbors again after the revolution. Scott. He is born in seventeen thirty two he enters into the South Carolina militia, he fights the Cherokee Indians. And then you say he's. Part of the success when they drove the British off in seventeen seventy six the battle of Sullivan island at Charleston, Hugh, describe him as a modest man, very carefully presenting himself, humbly, he's diminutive what makes him a great fighter is this typical of the men of the time or a C unusual in your reading Scott. I believe that journal Marian is somewhat unique for the men of his time. A lot of times there was a lot of Marshall air involved with these type of individuals and mono e mono fighting with swords against your compete, your your counterpart on the opposing side seemed like the the the romantic and the novel way to fight the war Jewell Marian on the other hand was small. He was of you know, had a a broken ankle in Charleston. So he had recently became a partisan with a broken ankle. And he was just one of the guys if you looked at him, you probably wouldn't think much of him, but he did have a reputation of a great fighter. When he did fight the chair keys earlier, you know before the American revolution. He did have a reputation in the South Carolina militia, he did show bravery in battle at Sullivan's island in seventeen seventy six. So he was a man who was up the area, and he was well established people knew of him and they naturally tended to follow him. I think initially from his social stature more than anything else. But again, you know, with that social stature came years of being in the militia where he did build up his warrior, reputation. So he quickly gathered the reputation of being a man who did not needlessly waste his men's life nor their time. And he tried to use them as affective as he could in keeping the British and loyalist at bay in South Carolina. I like the fact that he doesn't use frontal assault. He always looks for flanks. He looks for. And in one instance, when we talk about the CJ. As of two forts. He looks for an unusual weapon to surprise. The enemy August sixteen seventeen eighty battle of Camden. It's a great defense a victory for the British an appalling defeat Cornwallis defeats the Americans and many prisoners are captured and what's important here is that several days later at a place called horse creek Marian leads his first Essex engagement, according to Scott's a recounting here. And what's significant about this is that he not only freeze one hundred and fifty POW's, but he wins it Scott. That's what I like about the way you've presented this. If you're going to be a partisan win right away. Does everybody recognize that he's a partisan immediately? Or is this something that grows on them? This is something that grows. I think that Marian had gone out earlier and done a couple of reconnaissance mission. Spore the American army, which at the time was up in the southern part of North Carolina kind of getting its act together after the battle of Camden. So Marian was sent down in the South Carolina to gather intelligence and try to see what was going on it just in my mind, if you're the British command, you knew that Marianne was somewhere at Charleston before its fall. He just kind of drops off your radar screen. And then all of a sudden, August seventeen eighty you have contingents of prisoners of war that you're sitting down to Charleston, and all of a sudden one of them one contingent gets completely freed by a guy that just comes out of the woods. Overwhelms your guards and since the prisoners off towards continental control. It's just one of those things. It didn't seem coming the important thing about horse creek as well is that he has to manage his partisans who are not paid. They don't have uniforms. They bring their own horses and their own weapons, and he also has to manage the the the loyalists the Tories around him. How is he regarded by the Tories to they hate him? Do they respect him because that that will be the peop- those will be the people that determine the fate of the revolution. Believe the Tories initially argon or Justice shocked as the British are then I think they turn towards despising him early on. Then I think there's a grudging recognition of his abilities. And then towards the end of the war. They see Marian as one of the men they can help them resume a normal life. After the war is over the book is the swamp FOX lessons leadership from the partisan campaigns have Francis, Marion, it's not all dashing after midnight.
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"Up from worked for me there will be a delay apparently of affordable implementation of the president's import tariffs on steel and aluminum president trump was planning to go full steam ahead on those tariffs on aluminum and steel imports three thirty p m eastern time signing ceremony at the white house barely two days after gary cones exit as if to show he's in charge defying leaders in his own party on the impact of a trade war but we are just learning this event now looks like it's not on the schedule for the president because the lawyers at the white house were told are literally still trying to put all the details together lexus head henry reports the president still committed to the terror of planned despite misgivings from some in congress up they know the overnight shooting them absurdity police officer police no could verbally were central the wrong address by a nine one one dispatcher greeted by gunfire when they went to the wrong house 30yearold officer ryan morton was killed two colleagues wounded the new york city police department nearing an end the to its investigation into sexual assault allegations against disgraced movie mogul harvey weinstein the nypd is chief detective robert boyce says any decision to indict weinstein will come from the manhattan district attorney's office but as it relates to the department's look at the case we are still arguing evidence is going very very well uh we have automation we have people who were um getting rid of your grand jury that grand jury testimony will likely decide if there will be an indictment the investigation is also see new york detectives travelled to paris to investigate specific claims of weinstein's alleged misconduct weinstein's attorneys have denied any sensual sex claims in new york colonel scott fox news.