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"courier journal louisville" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"Week and it was brutal but we got to the final four. So always say that reggie vinson. I are defense. Kinda got us to the final four. I i've reggie guarded anyone coach. No no disrespect to you. But in the pantheon of basketball players who doesn't belong in this picture. Reggie theus kevin willard or vince. Taylor definitely definitely be man. I think that's also francisco. Always wanted me because he knew he had the easiest way he can. Just shoot over me. He's supposed to be up. He just he put me. He took me he put me in this Into the data form of respect for the former coin. No that's not it. But i was a big when i was a kid. I was a big reggie theus fan both with. Unlv and with the bulls. And did vince taylor. Coming out of high school in my world in the courier journal louisville man. He was the bids taylor. Are you kidding. those guys were to me anyway. They were great great players. No disrespect no no trust me. I agree yeah. We used to play three three full court. And i tell you what i mean. This is going back tw- Fifteen sixteen years but reggie could still flat out play. I mean i was. I was shocked when we started going up and down. Just you know. I knew how good reggie was but i didn't. I grew how good he still was as a player at his age. I mean he could still just flat out. Light it up why. I was three three at five o'clock in the morning. Chris clock in the morning to play three or three. Yes or no. You got a little older. It was like five thirty five. Forty five at that kentucky. The kentucky days. I remember my dad. My dad used to sleeping close because the other way cups early to go play three on three recalls.
"courier journal louisville" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Their money and they don't though their money away, and a lot of people in the east end in my experience likes to get themselves in debt. Well, there's to borrow a lot of their along the way there's plenty of studies in advertising, the shows that the, the south end community has so much disposable income because they're frugal with their money. They know what they're doing. They just they don't get in over their heads on houses and cars a lot of times. But I will say this Scotty Davenport. You could tell Scotty Davenport, story without saying that because the story agreed. I think that's where we went wrong, this, the story of Scotty Davenport is incredible. And I don't see Scotty as much as I'd like to because I think the world of the man, but I will tell you every time I see Scotty Davenport advertising. I'll talk to him it ends with a hug, and then a both of us south side. So Scotty Davenport has tremendous southside pride, okay? We are going to take phone calls. We have broadcasting live again. We are not running. Billy Reed down Billy's again. Billy read was the editor of the sports or Sports Illustrated. When Sports Illustrated was one of the most read magazines in the world. Okay. He was the editor sports editor of the courier journal. Louisville times Lexington herald, this guy is if you're going to rank journalists in the history of this town, Billy reads in the top three. Okay. To tell you the truth, I'm trying to come up with Rick Bose. And all I would put Billy Reid above Rick boatswain's, and the rest of those and air coffered, because that's how important Billy Reed was two journalists sports journalism in this town. He grew up. I just got a text message from my buddy. He, he said, look, you know, Billy grew up in the south end. I get that. And maybe he feels that since he grew up out there that he can speak like he can. And that's fine. I just think that he could have he could have said it better. He coulda went down the wrong path, and I think that he'll, I guarantee he'll write something about there's so many success stories in the south end you look at Larry Craig that built one car lot, and then just treated people riding a grew and grew and grew. And now you have Creggan Landry everywhere. Success story, you have about friend Joe Atkinson? He was he was raised in the air quay housing projects. And now he's vice president of a national, okay? Okay, Shannon where did you grow up now, Washington bullet county? No, no, no, no are in that not Washington. There you go. Okay. Here's my question. Because this this, I put this on Facebook. At Twitter, people are hammering. And if people start arguing about that's not the south end. So what, what exactly Dwight Dwight somebody dropped her head up? I don't know what that enter, it's from a guy named Papa Miller thirty is okay? I want to make sure he wasn't going. You know it's a motor head bottle of wine. Okay. Okay. Where is that if where I know there's not when you say the south end what they see highway highway also. Five ly- the valley. Right, right. Yeah. Okay. But where else I, I would say shy of Lee. Stay station. And then, after that air, Coit park area would include included. Okay. Okay. Now, when you get out outer loop some costs healthy, and I call that smoke alone. I caught Oakland about it depends on everyone has their own boundaries of the south end. We are going to I'm going to try to at the bottom of the hour. Get a hold of Billy Reed. And see if he'll call it come on with us and talk about why what why you wrote it, and why. And I want to ask him actually how how what he thinks of the response look Billy's, he's, he's an old timer not talking about his age, this guy's been through it before he's written, a lot of stuff. And he's gotten a lot of Ford. He's, he's, he's the most significant sports journalists in the history of Louisville. I think and, and he will I hope he comes home with it. I, I think that he stepped in it, I think he accidentally stepped in it. But when you look at south end people, some of the most compassionate, most giving people there is out there, and I said it today on social media, I still look, if you looked at when we were at Saint Pauls, or any gig that we go to out there the smile on my face. It never stops. Does it? I, I love it, but we're going to go to the England happy hour hotlines when we come back, but I another six s full south in business is Craig and land with, buddy. I'll watch them grow on Dixie highway when a just a wee lad. Now, those Craig and Landrace everywhere. I love that business. I love the people there. Creggan Lander has built their business and succeeded by doing one thing and one thing only and that's treating the customer, right? They've been putting dreams and driveways for well over forty three years. You're gonna love the folks at criminal Andrews. It's really, oh, it's truly hassle free car shopping at Craig. Go to Craig's best cars dot com, though, even bring the car to you to test drive. So I stumbled on that Craig land with, but we have Scotty Davenport on the line coach Davenport, how're you doing, sir? How you doing coach? There's not been been going on this week. First of all, right. Congratulations. Yes, congratulations. We know you're gonna save up Dwight and I will say it, you're the catalyst for Bellman movie the division one, and I think it is a team effort with Scott, we can't the athletic director and everyone there. The president that passed away a couple of years ago, all part of that effort book -gratulations on that forgetting division, one moving towards that. What's that? He left out one of the most important from my standpoint. And that's all the players that we have been so lucky to just sent. I've been government, but prior to be also from that standpoint, but using doctoral gown, it's got we gained doctor von Donovan. That's one hundred percent accurate fight one of my greatest thrills. From the time out found out until the now on Tuesday. Was being able and I didn't tax them. I didn't I faced timed with Munich, Germany, and Brian knobs and direct message with Jeremy kindle and Australia and enable to talk to them. And thank them was one of the numbly will reward but I'm calling Tony. I am from south boy, and there's no one in, I'll chaplains everyone to be any more proud of that. Then I am. I've never hidden that. Hey coach. Okay. Head coach. I just said that. I don't I don't see coach Dan important as often as I like to. But every time I see you, we always in the conversation with a, a hug, and a south side, and I agree with you. Your southside pride shows through with that. What are your thoughts on the article today was just a couple of days ago? Yeah. Billy reasons. Well, I mean it's not for me to judge an and nobody respect right by data fitted more than belvin as each season ticket holder in this. And I just got in my car. I was kidding all about nothing going on. We've got one hundred fifty seven seven to thirteen year old campers. We announced a huge went on Tuesday. I made I offer to a division one prospect on Wednesday. I mean there's not been going on nothing. Billy Reid is a professional. Not, not defend of taking a stand, but I know this. He's proud of having grown up in the south into 'cause we talk about it all the time. So I'm not let Billy speak for billing. I mean heard you say, yeah, yeah, yeah, we're going to try to get a hold of me in the break in the bottom of the hour. I, I know there's a lot of famous. Thoroughbred, journalists that back in the day for Churchill Downs that are from Jefferson County, but I I I love Billy Reed. And I look, I think he's the most significant sports journalists in the history of the town. And I what I disagree with the way he worded, his article a couple of days. Direction. He didn't need to go in. I can say this with total sincerity that I am. No one. I'm going to repeat. It is anymore. Crowd of being from the south end than I am. I mean I know why it is. I mean, we go through all the people he, he's named them the land with the nerve people. I mean we can go on. Scotty, no, no. You south end people hitting us over the head with it every single day. It's like you all get a tattoo and every time you every, but I'm from the sales. But, but listen coach when you have so sad prod, it doesn't go away. It just. No. It doesn't. In a fraternity like none other. Point to Sacred Heart. And when I first met her I call I label to her a J you as she said, what is it, you or your geographically undesirable? Poor woman. Eight years. Convince me. There's clearly not. Hey, congratulations, we're out of time. Scotty Davenport on division one. I know it's going to be a process, the next couple of years. But NAFTA, and I used to be there in the beginning there when you first got that job, we believed in you, then we believe in you now congratulations coach happy do I and and. You guys have been super keep it up. We'll see about oh we know that we got your calls. Please hold on the line. We'll be right back and take your calls on the Yang Ling happy hour hotline five seven one eighty four eighty four. We broadcast live from Baroness five to back after this on NewsRadio. Eight forty w h? They come from every corner of the beltway fierce warriors of house advertising, each one of them using knowledge and skills to fight for their spot in the iheart media accounting -secutive empire some we'll stand some will foam and some will present.
"courier journal louisville" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"What do you think they would be suing their insurance company for? No idea flood damage, really? Really, how does that avenue like seriously? Something doesn't connect, right. Just saying. Perfect. I know it's awesome. I love it. I mean, look, Christian, I present the story and everything. I'm just saying. I think it's funny that the current life-size arc had a little trouble with the flood some like maybe bay. They need to go back and reread the story because maybe they missed something, something about how they put it all together. I kid you not the AP reported in the bible, the art survived an epic. Flood yet. The owners of Kentucky's. Noah's ark attraction are demanding their insurance company, rescue them from flooding caused nearly one million in property damages. The ark. Encounter says in a federal lawsuit heavy rains caused the landside and the access road, the courier journal, Louisville newspaper reports the attractions insurance carriers refused to cover the damages. The wooden five hundred ten foot long arc has been a popular attraction in northern Kentucky since its opening in two thousand sixteen. So there you go. The ark encounter s fl. Damage. I don't really know. It's crazy. Anyway. I don't think they did it as good as Noah. Did it look band? There's only one original the OJ the original the original the original nulla. He got it. Right. So CNN is reporting that congress this afternoon passed a Bill, that would finally may be stem, the growing problem of.
"courier journal louisville" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Business lunch. Big. Thank you again to Gratien eyder for joining us, very last minute from the newsroom of the courier journal Louisville. Lots going on there today I've seen with my own eyes. There's a lot. I remember one year something happened. The so the Sunday paper after the derby could not be printed. There was like a power outage or something. Can you imagine? I would I just felt and a lot of people were complaining on Twitter because they wanted, you know, hey, I wanted to buy a paper on my way to town. I was like guys don't don't mess with that editor today. Like that editors having a bad day. Don't mess with them. What I bet he really or he or she really wanted to sell you that paper, we're all hurting slacking, right? Like roll regretting this more than that editor. I promise you or sure. So it's been a pretty big week for IPO's. I know I've been talking about that a lot over on cranes daily gist, which I'm doing during the week every afternoon, but. You know, we've got a lot of really high-profile IPO's this year lift slack. We've been talking about Uber Airbnb, you know, there's a lot there. There's a really interesting one and Bloomberg is already started calling it history-making. It is the best ever IPO for a food stock. And that is a really interesting detail that is beyond me is a plant based food company. It has surged one hundred and sixty three percent after its IPO really significant. So priced at shares at twenty five dollars on Thursday. The NASDAQ how did it forty six dollars a share the stock closed at nearly sixty six dollars a share so sixty five seventy five. That's that's pretty good. That's pretty charming little IPO. They're pretty good. Now. Here's an interesting piece. So there's a couple of sh- of stories that I'm going to share after the program about this because it's beyond meat having an IPO at all is an interesting moment that we're in because it as the Washington Post noted and their story this week beyond meat represents a food version of alternative. Of energy, right as we're looking to solar and wind and and clean fuel and things. Like that. Like, here's a food example that I'm not a vegetarian I'm not I'm not making an agenda here. I'm just saying, you know, in fact, I've got so many food food allergies. A lot of the meat alternatives. Don't go so well for me. But you know, I've tried them. And some of them are delicious. I think they're great. So and I think it's it's an interesting time, we all know that like just the environmental impact of meat is is kind of kind of an issue. That's a big thing that I think actually might not be as obvious as you expect. I think people really waking up to that in the pet so that it's not just a personal choice. And it doesn't have to do with your relationship to animals. That's right. Yeah. It's it's broader a broader, it's like people are even encouraging a lot of environmental groups have encouraged like, hey, just tried meatless Monday and cut down on the because it takes a lot of energy to produce meat and get into our definitely what the company wants to be. They don't want to market to vegans vegetarians. They want to. A a sign interview with the CEO, and he was saying specifically that they would rather not be placed in the meat alternatives section of the grocery. They really push in almost insist on being included in the meat case because they want it to be an option for people who have never tried it before there is a I don't remember what pasta brand, but there is a possible. And it's also got a similar thing where they they're like I don't want to be in the gluten free section. I want to be with all the other pastas. You know, we want to be in the general population. Here not often, sell you're exposed to people who aren't predisposed to your product. So with this IPO for for beyond me, they ju- beyond me generated nearly eighty eight million in revenue last year, which is about twice its twenty seventeen numbers. Even though it's it has yet to turn a profit. So it has lost about thirty million in the last two years. But it's also a pretty young company. It's new and it's still and they intend to use what they raise with the IPO their banking. I think they're going to do more than this. But they are planning to use. What they I think two hundred and forty million was the number. They've thrown around what they're looking to raise. They want to invest that in manufacturing and more research and development and greater marketing things like that here is a detail that I think a lot of people have overlooked because it was kind of a quiet exit Tyson sold it six point five percent stake in beyond meat. Oh, I knew that. They were. Oh, that's so interesting. I knew that they have plans to launch their own line was probably where you're going. Yeah. I didn't know that they had a stake in did they had a six point five percent share and beyond meat, and they sold it. I mean days ago like right before this IPO hit which was a really I think kind of questionable move but tensions arose pretty starkly. Because they said, oh, yeah. We're going to come out with our own line of of meatless protein based products. And I think they were like, hey, wait intentions kinda got a little tricky of a couple of different. Let's have reported that there was there was some tension there between the parties and. Yeah, so they they they struck out there like we're we're done. I'm sure they are kicking themselves now because you know, you've got to assume the thinking was like, well, wait a minute. We're gonna sell our so our steak and go make our own thing. But now this IP has done so well with a hundred and sixty three percent that's bit could have sold for more. Right. Is that stayed in or just stayed in and just wrote that way of a little money. Well, there's a little bit of second guessing going back to like the price of the shares were priced at twenty. Five dollars when they closed at sixty five that's such a huge of a ridge. Right. You could have priced them at higher. Oh, yeah. And they I mean, how can you know, until it happens? I guess, but I mean, this is such a huge success. I don't think anyone's really no one's like darn it. Really screwed up during a lot of regrets. But, but I think at a price they could've could've definitely priced higher with Tyson has a Tyson's in just about every food retailer there is so I'm sure that they would have had a lot stronger hold just distribution wise for for logistics, and that kind of thing now beyond me, it does not come without its own risks. There's an interesting an interesting thing to think of here in that is its primary ingredient is p protein which we've seen more and more in protein shakes and things like that. But they depend on a very limited number of raw material suppliers. So you know, and all this is the kind of stuff that's included in that SEC filing. When when an IPO is happening. So that's all you know, details that people have been kind of grappling with the investors can make a smart decision. But it's like well. Okay. So if if any of those partners operations are delayed or disrupted or anything like that in a little bit on the other side of news. We're. Going to we're going to talk a little bit about how climate change is impacting, farmers and farmers are having to shift a little bit..
"courier journal louisville" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"News around the country around the world around the tristate special counsel, Robert Mueller concluded his investigation turned the report in to attorney general William Barr yesterday. The next steps up to the AG perhaps to congress and more than likely to federal courts. There are no new indictments in this report. More on this as we continue this morning. Democrats for their point want to make the whole story of the Miller report public. Calling for the special counsel's report on the Russia investigation to be fully released, including the underlying evidence threatening subpoenas. If it's not that's why it could wind up in the federal courts, again more on this as we continue. Pittsburgh bracing for protests after the acquittal of a former police officer who haven't been white in the killing of an unarmed. Teen who happened to be black tears and gas for people learning that a jury had declared former east Pittsburgh police officer, Michael Rosenfeld who shot Antoine rose. The second Russell pulled over a car that had been involved in a drive by shooting and Shantha seventeen year old. As he fled. Jurors return yesterday's verdict in fewer than four hours. The Ohio department of health says it's ending grants and contracts that send money to Planned Parenthood after divided federal appeals court upheld a state anti-abortion law that blocks public money for the group for their part Planned Parenthood of greater Ohio. The president says the decision is heartless inputs politics over people. Again, more on this as we continue. Cincinnati federal judge temporarily blocking part of a new law that bans the abortion method of dilation and evacuation in most cases, Michael Barrett stopped short of saying whether the procedure commonly used in second trimester abortions is unconstitutionally says he wants to hear more from both sides in a pending lawsuit before deciding. State officials in Ohio. Columbus says Ohio seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in February's four point six percent down slightly from the four point seven in January. Up from year ago? It remains higher than the national unemployment rate, which is three point eight percent last month. And in Toledo two teenagers charged with murder in the shooting. Death was sixteen year old girl. Prosecutors in Toledo say the seventeen year old boys have been charged as juveniles. Authorities say they will ask a judge to transfer the case to adult court, however. Police have said a social media dispute led to a fight in the shooting on March eleventh had killed Alexia Kerry. Grandfather, also grazed by a bullet. And there's a brand new face Papa John's the shack man, Shaquille O'Neal is the new pitch man for Papa John's and TV commercials ads. He will join the company's board of directors invest in nine of its restaurants as well. Again Papa John's trying to revive its image after the company's founder namesake. John schneider. Schnatter was reported to have used a racial slur during a media training session. Stander apologized for the slur. The company scrubbed his face from the company's logo in advertisements last year. Schnatter is still by the way, the company's largest shareholder Papa John's Shaquille O'Neal. An unvaccinated student in Kentucky will get his day in court after suing because he can't participate in extracurricular activities during the chicken pox outbreak. Courier journal. Louisville reports eighteen year old room cockles case will be heard in court April. I joke. Unvaccinated students have been ordered by state health department of stay away from the Our Lady of the assumption church school in its activities during the outbreak of chicken pox. In a Kentucky lawyer who admitted to depositing more than one point three million dollars from clients to pay personal expenses and included gambling losses has been sentenced to eight years in the slammer. Danny Butler of Campbell's will also ordered to pay one point three million dollars in restitution. Doesn't really take. We talked about Ohio's unemployment Kentucky officials say the state's unemployment rate fell slightly to four point one percent. The preliminary statewide figure was down from four point two percent in January. And the statewide unemployment rate in Kentucky was four point three percent. Just a year ago, again nationally, it's three point eight percent. As of the last jobs report. In Indianapolis, a lawyer, Indiana, attorney general Curtis hill declining a hearing officer or panel to weigh whether he'll committed professional misconduct by allegedly groping lawmaker three legislative staffers at a bar. Complaint. The Indiana supreme court disciplinary commission filed Tuesday alleged hill violated Indiana's professional conduct rules for attorneys by allegedly groping the four women at a bar in India during a party, celebrating the end of the twenty eighteen legislative session. More on this as we continue as well. How do you celebrate the end of your legislative session? Maybe a few drinks a nice meal. Maybe a little grabby s I don't know. And from Casey, Illinois, police, say livestock, caller ran off the road and overturned on it near state, seventy setting about three thousand piglets loose. We we all the way home. What's a.
"courier journal louisville" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Donations. Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. So a couple of weeks ago, Ben Sasse, the Senator from Nebraska had put forward a new proposal for the born alive abortion survivors Protection Act, which was designed to protect babies born during botched abortions should have been uncontroversial. It wasn't. So here's what happened yesterday. Yesterday. Brought up for a vote was the born alive abortion survivors, protection actors offered by Senator Ben Sasse who's on the program a couple of weeks ago, talking about all this in the midst of the Ralph northern controversy in Virginia you'll recall that routh northern went on a radio show where he suggested that babies that were born alive in botched abortions. Maybe they should be kept comfortable while the mother and the doctor decided what to do with the babies he said that he was talking about normal end of life care. He said that post hoc. But in the interview he said if a baby is born alive, maybe because of a maybe because maybe the baby has viability. Sure, maybe maybe just has a severe deformity, then we'll keep the baby comfortable. Until we decide what to do with it. His statements were little broader than just end of life care. The baby's not viable to pull the plug or not. And then state of New York passed a law and the state of New York's law was so wildly extreme than it actually got rid of an already existing points of law in New York that protected infants that were born alive during botched abortions, which is fully crazy. Well last night there is a vote in the in the Senate and by a vote of fifty three to forty four the Senate failed to pass the born alive abortion survivors, protection says fifty three votes in favour forty four votes against you need sixty votes to clear the filibuster. Mitch McConnell has a column talking about exactly why this was necessary in a piece for the Kentucky courier journal Louisville courier journal. He said I announced his Senate majority leader that we would vote on the born alive abortion survivors protection at the Bill, and which I'm proud to be an original cosponsor with nearly forty of my colleagues with direct any physician present when a baby survived an abortion to provide medical assistance the same way. They would for any other child was born alive at that stage in short it requires the doctors, treat, these babies, wait the attention and care they deserve. Apparently has tried to seek an agreement to expedite the passage of the legislation and Democrats held that up. They blocked the passage of the Bill and Senator McConnell says that the Bill is necessary again because of laws like that in the state of New York, which is true again, the the state of New York obliterated, a provision of law that provided additional protections for babies that were born during botched abortions. Now, here's the thing. The case that Democrats are making against this doesn't make any sense. Like, I I've been trying all literally all night and this morning, I've been trying to find why exactly Democrats object to this Bill. Why exactly is there? Anything wrong with this Bill? They say, well, there's already a Bill on the books two thousand two the born alive infant Protection Act that says that if a child is born alive than it is to be treated as any other baby would be. So why exactly is this Bill necessary? We're not gonna vote for it. The problem is the Democrats constantly vote for bills that are unnecessary, but are morally morally good, so for example last week. There was a Bill that was passed a federal anti lynching Bill is that really necessary to make lynching a federal crime, not really a practical level because it's already a state murder somebody. They're state anti lynching laws in the vast majority of states across the United States. So why was the federal law necessary? The answer was it wasn't really necessary in practical terms, but it was a morally good thing to do. And so it passed with flying colors. I believe you need an unanimous vote in the United States Senate. Suddenly Democrats have decided they don't like extraneous and unnecessary legislation. This is a weird thing. Sasse said in his speech in the Senate on February fourth that Ralph northern had endorsed infanticide. He said the born alive abortion survivors, protection, prohibits exactly the kind of infanticide. Northern was addressing the Bill requires that a baby that is born alive must then be transferred to a hospital in a way from an abortion clinic because we don't actually trust abortion doctors, not to do a Kermit Gosnell and just kill babies that are already board. The case the Democrats are making against this makes no sense leanna when is the president of Planned Parenthood. Here's what she said. Should this legislation is based on lies and misinformation campaign aimed at shaming women and criminalizing doctors for a practice that doesn't exist in medicine or reality? Then why are you objecting to it? I'm confused if this never happens, then what are you worried about? What are you worried is the actual practical ramification of this legislation? Elizabeth Warren tweeted out in in fully crazy fashion this morning. She tweeted out something about how this was a way to protect women's health. What in the world's women's health have to do with a baby that's already board alive. That's fully crazy. She tweeted out Republican politicians just tried and failed again to score political points at the expense of women enough women and their doctors should decide what's best for their health. Not the Senate GOP. What the what is that supposed to mean? We're talking about abortion here. We're talking about babies that were born alive. I mean, I'm looking at the text of the Bill right now is originally introduced in the house as HR forty-seven, twelve by Representative, Marsha Blackburn. All it says is that if an abortion results in live birth of an infant, the infant's illegal person for all purposes under the laws of the United States and entitled to all the protection of such laws, and then adds any infant born alive after an abortion or within a hospital clinic or other facility has the same claim to the protection of the law that would arise for any newborn or for any person who comes to a hospital clinic or other facility for screening and treatment or otherwise becomes a patient with an it's care says any health practitioner presence at the time. The child's board alive shall exercise the same degree of professional skill care and diligence to preserve the life and health of the child as a reasonably diligent and conscientious healthcare practitioner would render to any other child born live at the same just Asia. Asian other words, you treat victims Bosch abortions. The same way that you would treat any baby that's born. And they would have to ensure that the child Boorda lives mmediately transported admitted to a hospital because we don't because they don't have postnatal care available at abortions. That's not what abortion clinics are four. There's also a mandatory reporting violations requirement saying that a healthcare practitioner who is knowledgeable failure to comply must report this to state or federal law enforcement, and whoever violates subsection a will be fined under the title or in prison for not more than five years or both. Or if you try to kill born baby, then this will be treated as murder and explicitly says that the mother of a child born alive under this subsection may not be prosecuted under the section. So this is not bad even prosecuting mothers. What is objectionable about Bill coming up? Democrats keeps saying that. There's a reason for them to vote against this Bill, but for the life of me, I can't understand..
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"News on NewsRadio eight forty w wage s. Live from the iheartmedia purple tower of power to walk away. There is a spot either place where I could take my minor show. Let's hope that this is a lesson to all of the media to everyone. Let's focus on getting things. Right. Not getting them. First. Amen to that sister. That has Sarah Huckabee Sanders talking about our bit of the media. That's what I've been preaching for long, Zachary members. Please get it. Right. Loops. Broke something. Pulling on the Coors. That's right. Don't worry about being. I get it. Right. We've made some massive mistakes through the course of years that happens. But there have been a lot frequently here. And of course, the two biggest ones where the BuzzFeed story that came out and everybody jumped on right away. Yeah. And use the preface if true. Well, you can't start a story like that you have to get it authenticated and people beat that drum to death. Then of course, the thing about the high school students up in Covington now under the Casselman statue will be talking about that a little bit later on to yesterday. I played some clips of Mohammed Ali from either the sixties seventies or eighties since he was giving the same message for quite some time. It just sort of slowed down after a while about the segregation of various parts of society that white people shouldn't date black people black people shouldn't procreate with white people all this sort of thing. And I was like look how much we revere. Mohammed ali. But clearly everybody let him evolve evolved over the course of his life nowadays, though. Yeah. People go back, and they see tweets somebody wrote ten years ago, and then they want him dead. They want it all taken away. Well, that's the point with the Casselman statue as well. He was on the confederacy side and then on the union side later, and then obviously started the park system here. So how come he didn't evolve? Why is it people can't see that as well? The same way. They see Mohammed Ali. Why can't they see somebody on the breadth of their life's work and say, oh, well this guy vault? Otherwise, what are we going to take down next? I mean, the Waterson expressways named after Henry Waterson. Who is connected to the early days of the courier journal Louisville times when they were the various the morning journal, the time whatever they merged them all made career journal and his past is pretty dicey. Are we going to call it the Watterson expressway? And we'll oh no longer. He's been dead for thousand years nonetheless, his story. You know, people will particularly journalists will defend him and say, well, he volved whatever. So why can't we put the same blanket over everybody? Give them the chance to wrap themselves and saying they matured and grew so anyway. Just something else to think about and I welcome you to our third Thursday broadcast their things bouncing in from here. They're Ian, ended ICU tweet or something a little while ago about the new weezer album. You're a fan. I am. It's a it's a full covers record. You. Remember, I guess it was late last year. They put out their version of Toto's Africa. And everybody went crazy, and I loved it. I thought it was a better than the TOTO version the man now, they're doing tears for fears. Michael Jackson, black Sabbath. I mean, it's a little bit of everything. And it's all excellent diamond Rondo is in the studio with us as well to do you? Remember that last year when we did the Toto's song Africa? Little parts of it. It was a hit for awhile started popping up everywhere. And so now, they they have put out a whole bunch of covers. Here's a little sampling. Like, Ian said Michael Jackson's I in..
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"NewsRadio eight forty, w. h. a. s. Brother 'cause you got a of time Waited Did you hear about the filibuster panties being sent to the female? Senators By a feminist underwear company They're calling them filibuster panties Okay you're gonna. Explain what they are later this hour did Chuck Schumer. Change the rules about them About what the filibuster no he can't. He's. The minority leader he can change anything. He changed the rules when he was the majority leader But, the the. Thing with the pro. Well just wait till. You hear the story about the filibuster panties it's it's It's asinine I see what you did as you, might, guess anyway we'll get. To that what did mayor MC? Bike, lane no and winded mayor MC. Bike, lane. No it Yesterday Councilwoman metro councilwoman angel elite who is running for mayor against mayor Fisher Basically said, look Mayor Fisher was briefed about the explorer, scout abuse scandal even though he. Said he wasn't this is the story from. The courier journal. Louisville mayoral candidate challenger, Angelilli says, mayor, McLean That's my name. Forum and top officials lied about the ongoing. Explorer scout sex. Abuse scandal while, under oath She said, at a, press conference, from her campaign headquarters on Thursday that Fisher deputy mayor l. enhance Hessen and Louisville police chief. Steve Conrad have made contradictory statements in sworn depositions and need to be criminally investigated for committing perjury quote The bottom line is that our mayor deputy mayor and police chief did not protect our children or. Hold accountable those who hurt our children and then they lied about it under oath to protect themselves end quote right has some audio here may councilwoman Angelique came on this morning with Scott FitzGerald who. Was filling, in. For Tony Cruz and it's interesting, because, I want you to. Listen to this because. This should be easy to prove or disprove the question of whether, he's ever been briefed by anyone at LAPD under, under sworn, testimony he, said no and his deputy mayor shape said yes that there had been they've been freaked out Harvey reports we. Find that that question He said yes so you kind of. Wonder which history my supposed to believe I guess to give MC. Bike lane the benefit of the doubt could? There be a time line issue? Here meaning could he have been asked was he briefed about? It at this point. In the investigation and truthfully said, no and then later in the investigation were, you, asked about it and. Truthfully, said yes that is a possibility. However. That should, be easy, to? Prove right I mean if what what. What councilwoman Angela elite is Is saying? Here is something you would think you wouldn't say that unless? You can show it. You can show your work right, so if there's not a timeline issue then, it, should be easily provable. One, way or the other you can. Be. Like well, no here's, the? Deposition here's what I said I don't I don't know why the accuser would make. That up so, I mean you know what? I'm saying, I mean you're putting your your kind of putting yourself out there if it can't. Be proven so I'm kind of curious because as of nine of that's what they do to Trump all. The, time, well no I, know that but, I'm saying I'm saying that well let's this is just way too easy to prove..
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