35 Burst results for "Dallas Fort Worth"
New York City Is an Embarrassment
"New york city today where there was just an extraordinary weather event. An event that people in texas and florida pretty well used to but not new york not this these kinda rains last night and this kind of flooding which resulted in the deaths of at least nine new yorkers who were trapped in their basements trapped in their homes Just a terrible weather event here in the city of subway stations with water cascading down. You know the dirty little secret about new york is the infrastructure is pretty bad. The roads terrible here the The city is has been you know built over and over and over again. There are layers and layers of of of of street and sidewalk and buildings that have been raised and then reconstructed and re. It's awful here Last night today Thankfully the storm is over and conditions are Are dry again. But lots of Lots of damage done. It is pretty fascinating though that for the taxes. That new yorkers pay you would think this would be a gleaming shining city on a hill for the taxes that new yorkers are socked with some of the highest most confiscatory tax rates in the on the planet. You would think that this city would run like all. I don't know dallas. I was in the dallas fort worth area last week. I thought man. The highways here are so smooth and efficient. Construction is beautiful. The infrastructure is fantastic in many ways. New york city is an embarrassment.
New Orleans Saints to Use Interim Facility for First Month of Season
"The new orleans saints have picked their starting quarterback jameis winston. Jeff duncan covering the team new orleans times. Picayune sports columnist. Let me start with that season opener given the weather and we still have some time. Here is their contingency plans. If the saints can't host the packers that opening weekend jeff dan. They're working on that right now. I mean the situation is so fluid as you can imagine in new orleans. The power outages catastrophic. The entire city is still out of power. And so there's so many other priorities right now in the city beyond the football game and we stopped the sean payton this morning. Big look like the saints are going to set up shop in the dallas fort worth area. Absurd least the next month or so and he mentioned that they'd even looked into possibly playing their home games over in dallas and. At and t. stadium. I think that's one of the ideas they're not going around with. There's so many moving parts here other trying to make roster cuts today get players out of there and they got families members all in the hotel move hotel so it's a it's a crazy situation very unprecedent.
All Things Point to a GOP Landslide in 2022
"Of this points to one thing landslide in two thousand twenty two. If not we're done do you get it. You gotta stay home. You can sit home georgia because you're worried about the integrity the election. Sorry don't get mad at me. Don't sit on that. you've you're going to sit home. You gotta go vote. We've got to get this country back and people are fighting and legislatures are fighting to ensure election integrity. Of course we're worried about mail-in ballots in california. Look in the studio. I'm here in dallas. Fort worth by buddy. Tom gave me. Larry elder for governor sign. And i got it in my background. Look at mike online dot com right now and go to the watch mike on tv. You'll see larry's big smiling face. This is no time for sitting on the fence. There's no time for weak needs. We gotta fight. Look what they're doing to this country. And this party is represented by andrew cuomo and joe biden and bernie sanders and nancy pelosi and all the rest of them and sadly and look at what's happening around the world. This bite administration is a disaster across the board domestically foreign. Go ask people in afghanistan. how biden's presidencies out for him. It's unreal
Mike Gallagher and Mark Davis Debate COVID Mandates
"Davis. Who's my dear friend in dallas fort worth. He and i have daily chat. In fact our conversations are on our on my podcast. You want to hear all of them. Normally we agree today. We most definitely disagree. I want the right to reject putting a vaccine that i don't trust into my body. Now you have that right. I steinweg right every day. I tell people the government should never make them do it but you still have an answer. The question when i don't think objective reason not to get it well. The informed objective response is one year isn't enough science or data or research. It's brand new. They're worried about the long term potential effects. They might have you know a minute ago. You you kind of scoffed at scoff but you minimize the religious objection their religious. And if it's for real absolutely but people are going to be. I feel this way always with religious objections and health objections people make crap. They make stuff up right. Left up all listed. it's real than by owning. Here's one thing is going to be interesting. And this is the if we start seeing vaccine mandates. And i think we will. I could be wrong of what type of government one's private enterprise and government. I think we're gonna see. I think that i could be wrong but get ready for the. I know somebody i work with. Not i'm not gonna say where it's nowhere in dallas. It's not out of town. Got a doctor's note. The mask impedes my breathing. I'm not wearing a mask. When you have a mass mandate now. How many people do you think are gonna. They're good of the go to their doctor. For that and i would support them a thousand percent because even though they're making it up the mask nonsense has been has been if. Listen if it's if it's a mask thing the mask stuff has been a fantasy is better where women not wear one of your unvaccinated incredibly short. Now let me let me let me know him. Ask fetish has been ridiculous. Okay so let me point. Let's use the mark davis consistence consistency test. Because you just failed it. You just got a big f. Because if you're so gung ho on vaccine mandates why are you squishy on mask
Wally Funk Finally Made it to Space
"Well we might as well telegraph. It's not dennis shall we can can you. Can you tell not only not only. Can you tell the denizens not here. But it's a. It's a telegraphed in advance that. It's me your texas show. Buddy mark davis morning host here at six sixty a answer in dallas fort worth where i do the best possible show. Prep imaginable for the dennis prager show. It's called doing my own program that ended just one hour ago seven to ten central time. That is my playground and man If we had a bunch talk about an a lot of it that is of course originating here in my beloved lonestar state is of great national interest so there are a few things. I'm gonna do today. So whenever i'm blessed to come here and and hang out for dennis always lay down a little thumbnail sketch of what we're going to do. It is july twentieth of twenty twenty one a date of huge significance to me because i am At least here in dfw. And maybe nationally the go-to space dork in american radio. And it's because. I'm old enough to be that and old enough to remember fifty two years ago today when neil armstrong lay down those historic footprints along with buzz aldrin. I in the sea of tranquility fifty two years ago today. The footprints on the moon tonight at ten fifty six eastern time nine fifty six central. Do your math elsewise. And i got a couple of things to say about that. And especially wow today and this was the day that jeff bezos decided. Let's go ahead and do it today. Because they wanted it to have some historic significance in it certainly does jeff bezos and his little brother and some dutch teenager and the wonderfully named wally funk. A woman a an eighty two year old woman who is a member of what was called the mercury thirteen. You may remember the mercury seven those were the actual astronauts six of whom went up deeks laden did not but he got to run the astronaut office later on so i guess that's a that's a little bit of makeup but they had thirteen women who may put through various stages of training a whole lot of them did really really well and while he was one of them and she's a local woman she lives just a few miles west of where i am here in the dfw area and she and the whole flight was eleven twelve minutes there. You go very reminiscent. In a spacecraft called the new shepard s. h. e. p. a. r. d. like alan shepherd in emission very reminiscent of his
Nationwide Blood Shortage Forces Some Hospitals to Delay Surgeries
"Officials say it's causing some hospitals to put off surgeries. Linda Gelsor with Carter Blood Care says with the pandemic, the ice storms and now the school being out for the summer. It's a perfect storm for disaster. Some people in the industry are calling us a 30 year low because they've never seen such a low blood shortage before and in the Dallas Fort Worth area. We are seeing the lowest levels we've ever seen. She encourages people to give blood Whenever you can. You can call or text to make an appointment or walk into a site nearby. A Delta variant is spreading
Pilot, Staffing Shortages Force American Airlines to Cancel Flights
"All right. There's travel. Trouble in the United States, right? American Airlines says have enough pilots or flight attendants that put these planes in the Air. American Airlines says it has chosen to cancel some flights so that it can take better care of its customers and minimize surprises. Here at the airport. American Airlines, announcing that it had 120 cancellation Saturday alone and going forward is projecting at least 50 to 80 flight cancellations a day. Travel demand has ramped up. The airline has also had to deal with some labor shortages and bad weather, which forced the airline to juggle even more. It's Dallas Fort Worth hub that reportedly has been the most affected. American Airlines customers who were booked through July 15th. And will be impacted. They're going to be notified so they can make adjustments. I guess. American Airlines is looking for pilots and flight attendants and ground crew to keep these planes in the air. Um You know which I think it's tough to find pilots. And you can't just trained for a week and wheels up right? Really know what you're doing. Cancellations account for just about 1% of the airlines flight traffic, but underlined some larger industrywide challenges. Take a look. The T s a also dealing with staffing shortages. So in some cases, passengers have been asked to arrive three hours early to ensure they can get through security lines and make flights A T s, a memo obtained by the Washington Post reported. 235 airports are currently understaffed. When it comes to T s a officers and yesterday? Yeah, I can't get enough. T s a is
'Combat Sports News & Clubb Bangerz (#2)' ft. Combat Sports Insider Clubber D (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #19)
"I thought he was doing punch machine at all the bars or something like that. Other that whack-a-mole jabs not as is supposed to be referral like that. But anyways i mean give credit he trained with the charles brothers for this fi and those guys no joke down in That dallas fort worth area. You know david earl spirits. You know what i'm saying. They they were gonna call me off for training and booking podcast all connected roll through. Yeah man floyd floyd is the money man. Alright we talked about it and you don. I'm saying i sleep yearbook okay. I had to go to work the next day. Risley flying out of town. You know what i'm saying. 'cause you know on what took care of me but ain't got us looking at this on sunday. You know you think this is wrestlemainia. Something data world rebel. You know this. Sunday pay view wrestling can do it against boston can do it too. I mean none of that idea but moving forward. I don't know if more people will do it on sundays. People like to get wild and crazy. And i know dan boston's the next day. So they neither you know at least have an earlier. They do each having a little earlier. Maybe a six o'clock start time. You know saying but you know when you got to interim songs by a migos in whoever desi do was you know you gotta be. I guess you gotta be enough of that. So yeah forget about those bs fights. All the sites are really. Be as all these exhibitions. Just to make money for me. Whether looking paul the chad johnson bryan maxwell whatever. They're all just bs fights to make money so it doesn't really matter of money is made up anyways so that's another subject for another day and give me all the low down on your trip so after you left miami we sent you to arizona for ufc to sixty three so please sir tell me all about that event and how it was. I heard that you had an amazing time. And you were hanging out with some big wigs down there. Tell me about this all right back. We will see okay. You fool me all the way up to arizona stop. You know what i'm saying. I thought see suns game. They they handled business in denver. So i'm hanging out here with justin bieber in traded truth your summer celebrities there. You know our at intel justice. You know what i'm saying girl. She bill drink my shoes against we a problem Yearbook but anyways you know appreciate you senator out here But a move forward. I don't do a economy. You know what i'm saying. I need ba first. Class business class. So that whole back of the plane that for me but We'll we'll talk about that later. When when we speak offline but anyways this you'll see card was phenomenal. It was great it had no seats and all on how late it was. You know what. I'm saying the after party but it is what it is always the first fight. We had paul crank from scotland guy was he. He'll i drew mcintyre cousin. Coming out here. you know what i'm saying. It was this was like a mel gibson in braveheart came out with a with the pain on the way in him and into mel hill. Where we're going back to back talking junk to each other last night. We had a mobile silence. Of course wyman
"dallas fort worth" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Office is in Dallas Fort Worth and ST Louis. Joseph Cordell, principal partner. We're gonna try to do something with the 25th amendment. It's the stuff people are talking about because he's mentally incapable was talking. $20 g A P w b a p dot com 7 19 b A P, How we were Gonna talk about what's happening is we're gonna move that 7 37 Okay, very, very, you know, because we wait. We've got some audio from yesterday's mayoral runoff forum. Yes, from Fort Worth that we need to play. All right. We need when you get into a couple of these, if you don't mind. No, this is this is good stuff. Yes. So you got Manny Parker Parker? You got Debra People's the two candidates right on. We've got audio from both of them in. Let's hear a couple of cuts here from Let's start with Matty Parker. This is talking about education. You know, a lot has been made about Teret County education. And how does that affect economic development? All right, Here's what Here's what she had to say about that. I don't care if your student goes to a charter school, a public school, private school or his home schooled. Every single student deserves access to a quality education in Tarrant County. Until we take that responsibility seriously, our economic development efforts will continue to stall. Good point there. I mean, education is important. Her. Yes, it is. Without a doubt. I mean, everything she said. Right there is Hard to argue. Yeah. You know? So what was what was the argument here? What was that back? No real argument this week. No real back and forth on that one. Deborah did talk about higher wages and the importance of that. And how do you get to that? And we have to make sure there were supporting them so that they can pay higher wages. They can hire more people. And that is one of the things that I want to do is work with the chambers to make sure that we're reaching all of those small businesses that are the lifeblood of our city. Yeah, she said, Hey, we gotta support small businesses. What can we do? To support small businesses with which employ a lot of people. Very true. Nothing. Nothing wrong there. Yes, but who does? Yes, right. And so so largely anything argue with there, and that one of the things she talked about was making sure that small businesses in certain communities. Had all the assistance so they needed. My plan is to look at those underutilized neighborhoods and focus on them and you won't hear me spouting statistics. You're gonna see me hands on in the community working with the black chamber working with the Hispanic chamber working with the Asian American chamber to make sure that we're providing those opportunities. So, she said, she's gonna look to those neighborhoods that, as she referred to are underutilized. To assist them. Those neighborhoods. I would I would say a lot of those neighborhoods need a lot of help. Yes. Then they do need Business, and but they've got to be supported. What you put those businesses in there? They've gotta be supported. Sure, both of them here, kind of talking about what you do in these neighborhoods. How can how can you assist them was for this. We should be moving and taking builders to areas around the city that had been underutilized. We understand the generational wealth gap exists between black and Latino families. Because of homeownership. What are we gonna do is a responsible city government to make sure making his opportunities are available to all people in for worth. Yes. So you're Deborah People's talking about how you're gonna take builders to that city to those parts of the city that have been underutilized in what many? Parker was saying. There's you've got to make sure that folks could buy the homes to what are you doing to ensure they could get access to the loans. We got more audio from yesterday's mayoral form. We'll do that after we check traffic,.
Dallas-Fort Worth Physical Therapist Charged With Sexual Assault At Hospital
"Physical therapist is charged with sexually assaulting a woman who was in his care in 2019 50 year old David are Renner of Frisco has been charged with sexual assault by Carrollton police. Charge states that Renner was employed at Baylor, Scott and White Medical Center in Carrollton at the time of the assault on August of 2019, where an adult female victim was hospitalized for hip injury. Renner, a contract employee for the hospital was her physical therapist.
Abide And Remain With Priscilla Shirer
"Hey their passion. I'm so glad to be able to have an opportunity to be back with you. I have been waiting for the opportunity to be back with you and so despite the craziness of the circumstances that we are all in right now the fact that it has given opportunity for me to be back with you in this way feels like a gift. I'm excited about god's word to continue what it is that he's already been doing in your heart and in my heart and life. So why don't we pray and go to god's word together lord we thank you for this privilege that we have to know that you were speaking to us and that no matter where in the world we are right now we can hear your voice. So lord i pray that you would take this one little simple message and you were divided however many multiple thousands of different ways you need to so that every single person under the sound of my voice no matter what culture or or continent they may be on no matter what country lord i pray that every single one of us right now will know we have been in the presence of god in the mighty name of jesus i pray amen amen well for about ten years or so. My family and i lived in a fairly rural part of the dallas fort worth area. We planned it that way when our children were little. I've got giants now. My oldest is eighteen like six foot three inch tall than i've got a sixteen year old. He's about six foot two inches tall. And then i've got a twelve year old but he stands the exact same height as me. So i am being outgrown very quickly in my household and when they were younger we spent ten years living about ten minutes away from the city so we can get there quickly but we felt like we were worlds away. We would drive back to our home that was on a lazy little two lane road and we enjoyed it back there because you know there were things that three sons need in their lives like bugs and mud and trees and stuff like that
Man accused of holding National Guard members at gunpoint in Dallas-Fort Worth area
"Accused of forcing off the road near Lubbock, a National Guard convoy that was transporting covert 19 vaccines. And then holding 11 guard members at gunpoint. Authorities say. 66 year old Larry Harris of Willcox, Arizona, told police that he stopped three vans because he believed people inside them at kidnapped a woman and a child. None of the National Guard members were injured. Harris was arrested this morning when police responded to the scene. They say Harris followed the three National Guard vans from a gas station and tried multiple times to run them off the roadway before turning his vehicle into oncoming traffic to stop them.
Texas Rangers to allow full capacity for games at Globe Life Field in Dallas-Fort Worth, masks must be worn
"Rangers game, make sure you grab your mask on the way out the door. As of now, you'll have to wear one. The Rangers making the announcement on the first day the mask mandate had been lifted. However, may be the more interesting decision made by the organization is deciding toe open Globe life field at full capacity. You heard me right? All 40,000 plus seats will be available. Those seating won't be socially distant. You will, however, have to sand six ft apart, going in and out of the ballpark and while waiting in lines at concession stands. Chad Dixon WBF P news right now.
31 missing Dallas-Fort Worth children recovered, rescued after month-long operation
"Dubbed Missing in the Metroplex has resulted in 31, North Texas, Children being rescued by federal agencies and police departments in Arlington, Dallas, Fort Worth and Grand Prairie. At least seven of the 31 Children were girls rescued from sex trafficking. Syriza
Richardson Police Chief Announces Retirement after 50 Years of Service in the Dallas–Fort Worth area
"Years of service in the Metroplex. Richardson police chief Jimmy Spivey plans to retire May 31st. He's been with Richardson PD for 26 years and took over his cheap in 2009 before Richardson spy be served with the Dallas Police Department for 25 years. His month of May. Retirement date will coincide with his 50th year of policing the city of Richardson says recruitment strategies for naming his successor are underway. Clayton Nevil, WB AP
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Gets $60-million in COVID Relief
"Airport. How has gotten $60 million in federal grant money due to covert 19? Okay, You know, there's money should have been out there for small business and others. The Senator John Cornyn's office work to get this Hey, said quality transportation services are vital for boosting local economic growth. And now more than ever, we must ensure airports have the support that they need s O. This is $60 million Grant. On did it doesn't really say what this grant is four. I'm assuming how it's just kind of to maintain Yeah. Has lost revenue. It Z, uh you know, it's like a business like anything else. And I guess they had to protect their Uh, You know the employees that kind of that kind of thing? So they got they got some guesses. The Peopie P money, and then that's the thing. It's it's listed is different than that. So they came from it. It's the money that was approved by Trump. It is. Yes. Yeah, Not this. Not this in the current round of Was going through the Senate now, right? I don't. I guess the airport could use it. Maybe other airports. I guess other ports got it. Yeah, And they say it's to provide economic relief on. Also, they say, it's also to stop the spread of the virus at the airport itself. Okay, so there's there is some of that in there. This is out of the coronavirus Relief response. Supplemental Appropriations of 20 twenties. How mentioned so this is under the Trump Administration. That's where your original $600 stimulus checks were. Most Americans came from. On so well in addition to a guest sound, staving off some layoffs and things of that nature, it's also though there to fight the virus. Uh, but, yeah, yes. With maybe equipment or more people check before. That kind of thing that Yeah, I think equipment and supplies is where a lot of that those dollars are going to go. Right. You know, the PPE and the other And I would take the airports could sure use it. Oh, yes,
Dallas-Fort Worth radio host Russ Martin, 60, found dead in his home
"Died, Frisco police Officer Rad Rotello told WBF P. Deus Ah, friend stopped by Martin's Douglas Avenue home early this morning, and he's found unresponsive in his home. We are investigating there is no cause of death determined this time. I have no foul play is suspected at this point investigation. Frisco PD and the Collin County Medical Examiner's office is investigating Martin's death. He was 60 years old. And 11 year old boy who died
Water distribution sites open across Dallas, Fort Worth
"Four worth citizens and business owners are still struggling without power. The city of Fort Worth has five water distribution sites open as freezing temps last week caused water line breaks and busted pipes. Christian O'Hare with the Fort Worth Fire Department says water donations have been pouring in. It makes me really proud of the city of Fort Worth that people of forward because you are seeing neighbors helping neighbors and complete strangers from all over the country reaching out, she says. So far, they've just Repeated over 220,000 water bottles and thousands of gallons of water cat bones. Iron WB AP News You
Dallas County among 77 counties approved for federal individual assistance after winter storm
"Biden to give federal disaster assistance to the entire state in the aftermath of last week's massive Winter storm, White House press secretary Jen Psaki on what the White House has approved in that declaration, 77 Texas counties were approved for individual assistance. Which allows for uninsured property owners to seek federal assistance if their home was damaged by burst pipes caused from freezing weather. More counties will likely we expect more counties to be added as more work is done to evaluate need many residents dealing with busted pipes and no water. The Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex is among areas approved by federal disaster so far. If you're facing
"dallas fort worth" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Was Dallas Fort Worth. Yes. So in the Fort Worth area, That's where we had least 100 cars involved in that in that pile up in the five fatalities, which is incredible. Yeah, you know, thinking of those Albert, How does that I mean, You e mean, I guess you're going fast and you can't stop. That's the obvious way to put it. But if the conditions are such, you think cars would be going a little more slowly so that their impact would be less. So I born and raised in Texas spent most my life other than the last year in Texas. No experience and driving in winter weather number one and number two. There's no Solid infrastructure like we have here in Chicago to treat the roads and to get out there. And to be honest with you looking at the forecast from the Texas area, this was a bit of surprise. They had that chance of some winter frozen precipitation, but not nearly as bad as it. It has been the last 12 hours from North Texas, the central Texas Little snow this evening than a little snow overnight and little snow over the weekend, and it's gonna be cold. Until ST Patrick's Day, but it's fluffy. Snow is fluffy snow, but wait. So once we break this, and it's been such a weird winter because it was so mild earlier, But once we break this at the end of March, can we warm up quickly, Or does this mean it's gonna be a very slow warm up in the spring? No, no real indications on the spring outlook just yet. But fingers crossed if the ground huggers, right what we're just a few weeks away from some good weather, So I'll be thinking of you when I shout fluffy over the weekend, and I'll be using it as a swear word. There you go. That's one f word. We can use their this winter. Yes, Ramon, Meteorologist for News Nation, All right, we're gonna get in on the sounds of the day. But first, here's Mary. We just get word on all the bad weather. So let's go to the Rose, which you're not looking that great either with some light snow, especially the album, Kennedy to the airport and hour and 10 minutes, 25 minutes out to the Eaton's 42 coming in the evenings about 30 minutes in both directions between Lake Cooking downtown, the Kennedy are the Eisenhower rather to three nineties up to 55 minutes, 40 just to get out to Mannheim 34 in for Mannheim. Earlier accident up on Stephenson, Ashland now cleared out of the two right lanes about 36 out to the tri state Dan Ryan. Not bad at all. Along with the bishop forward, 57 most of the roads to the south are looking okay and no snow there. Benson villain accident. Busey and Bren Mar and also in Wood, Dale at Irving Park and Wood Dale Road. Our band of LGBT.
"dallas fort worth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Normally broadcast from my home base up in Dallas Fort Worth, but We're trying to live the lifestyle. We have hitched up the RV bunker and tugged it down. This way. Future plans are to head a little bit deeper into Texas Hill Country. Now I heard that the weather is gonna be the temperature's rather going to be dropping significantly, so we'll see how we how we survive at the couple of state parks that we're planning to hit, and we're talking on today's show about working on your business so that you don't have to work in your business so that you can live that lifestyle. If you want to live for me for us right now, it means travel right? It means bumping around Texas, eventually bumping around. The nation in our RV bunker. And if you've got questions for me today, I don't want to give you the number here in the studio. It's 8554974335 on this topic or anything else you have on your mind around real estate. It's 855. 49743 35 or send me an email to ask Andy at l u I and see Dot com. If you miss the earlier parts of this show and want to catch that, or any of our other shows, you can find it on our website at Lifestyles the LTD dot com click on the radio tab or subscribe at YouTube. These air posted there as well. And if you want to follow some good conversation around real estate investing, find us on Facebook as well. There's a lot of good Lot of good chatter out there a lot of good information and links to other shows and case studies and that sort of thing as well. So we're talking again about Working on your business so that you're not having to work in it. And and again, I find a lot of landlords. Rental owners do just that. They're spending way too much time at that property. It doesn't that that does not afford them The opportunity to live the lifestyle that we are. Working towards Right? And I want to move through some renovation topics, maintenance, and then we're gonna eventually get into the Lisa process and collecting rent. Maybe a couple of other topics have got a lot prepared. We'll see how far we Before we get today, But when it comes to renovations, we've talked a little bit in the prior segment about finding that property and you may think you have to be present and get out to see the house in order to to take that down. But you don't you don't We have a lot of out of state even out of country investors. Buying right here in Texas and leveraging the infrastructure that we have in order to accomplish that in order to achieve their goals, right? But when it comes to that house, you bought it now you've got to do I want to do the renovations. And this is really a one off thing. In that concrete case of that one single house, right? It comes up when you buy it, You get it fixed up, and then you move on. Okay. This is definitely not a place to be planning to work in your business, right? This is not HD TV. People like to watch that looks like a lot of funds. Something in that that sledgehammer getting out there doing the demo. Right? Maybe maybe a little bit of light electrical, changing out plugs still scary. Anything changing out? You know, Cabinet pulls that sort of thing. But you are working in your business. When you do that. You need to work on your business, and I'm gonna take a quick pause. I do have a question here from Mike. Let me see if I can pull him. Onto the air here. Mike, this is Andy, are you Are you listening can hear me. Yes, sir. How you doing? I'm great. We're gonna help you with today. Well ahead of questions. Great show, by the way to thank.
"dallas fort worth" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Hours, Central time. Glad Aziz. We come to you from Dallas Fort Worth, it appears now is night is starting to fall. In the nation's capital. The crowd seems to be dispersing. But that's my vantage point from watching all the images on all the channels. I've got up the D. C. Mayor is ordering a 6 p.m. curfew amid all these protests, but You know, being conservative? They'll probably they'll probably acknowledge that curve you on there may be some that don't But again, you know, all of this is so unnecessary, unnecessary to the point. There are so many different ways. We can go about making our voice heard without storming storming the Capitol. I know some of you will say, Well, Rick, we've We've done everything we were supposed to do. This was the last resort. Violence is never the last resort or the first or the middle resort, not in a civilized society. It's bells, the breakdown or at least the initial breakdown. Of a civilized society. Yeah. If you want to see this go to some third World country gotto a socialist country. They have cooze all the time. We don't want that. We don't need that. And none of us expect that. Let's go. Is it C C, C. C and Campbell, How you doing? Uh, I was listening to congressman First of all, Thank you for having me on your show. I really appreciate it listening to you, because, uh, you said what? Um I like to hear. Um, but I think you're changing your tune with your last we marks and listening to Congressman Chip Roy. Very polished congressmen and said, Well, this is the way it's going to be, and that's what we're gonna do. We're gonna go in. We're gonna validate the electors and everything's gonna be done. And you see, he didn't say we're gonna go in and validate He said. We're gonna go in and count. Yes. You count them, and, um that's it. We're gonna count the, uh, the votes for Biden and Biden will be the next president. If you don't like it, go sit on a tack. I really do appreciate these Patriots, not protesters. Patriots. I think that is long overdue. I think that you talk about a civilized society. Well, you know, it works both ways. Where is their civil? Civil? Civil? Al? Itty can't say the words Where they being, Yes. When they want us to pay for abortions. They want to abort babies. And even after they're born Oh, that's really a civil society. Oh, wait. They want to close down our churches. They want to tell us how many people we can have in our home. Yeah, that's a civil society. No, it's not. And we this is this is the line in the sand. We're not going to take it anymore. And when, uh Keith Justice Roberts way back there, and Obama care, said that the tax that Individual mandate was attack. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, yeah. Here. Here's the thing C C and I appreciate the call. I understand your frustration. I I even understand your anger because I've got the same stuff, all right? I'm not unlike you. I understand. You know, I think Congressman Roy was simply laying out what he is obliged to do in his position as a congressman. Um And you know, quite honestly, I don't know that I want to set the precedent of having Congress picked the president. However, having said that, I think Ted Cruz got it right. If you could, If you can buy some legal means that his constitutional set up a period of time, whether it's five days, 10 days, I think is what he wants. T o on it. Some of this then really, What we're talking about is restoring trust to the American people in the electoral process and not only the electoral process but in its government. You know, if anything, we should be able to trust our government and by by extension, the electoral process neither. I know that's very, very difficult. Because every state every individual state is responsible for holding their own election, and not every state does it the same way because they choose not to, and that's their right under the Constitution. That's where I think we run into the problem. You know, people generally can live with something they don't like if they understand it. But if they don't like it, and they can't understand it, then they've got no place to put it, right. That's what foments all this anger and frustration. CC. Very good call. I know exactly what you're saying. I appreciate it very much. Please don't be a stranger. I'm Rick Roberts News talking 20, WB ape. 2020 Corona virus pandemic.
"dallas fort worth" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Atlanta, allegedly showing an election worker counting more ballots after vote counting surveyors left the room for the night. Jenna Al is one of Trump's attorneys explain their next step to Fox mornings with Maria, but we're asking for as our local council set in Georgia yesterday. That the state Legislature take back their authority and they appoint a new electors. And they appoint that not based on this false certification but rather based on a true and accurate result, and so they could call for a special election or as the constitution allows, they could appoint electors based on the representation of their state. Republican Georgia secretary of state bread rations. Berger's office says they've already investigated that claim and found no evidence to support it. The state already certified projected President elect Joe Biden's when there Georgia governor Brian Kamm called on rations Berger's office to conduct a signature audit of ballots. Trump's legal team's claims of voter fraud have been tossed out of dozens of courtrooms nationwide for lack of evidence. The pandemic has led to massive job loss nationwide in North Texas is not immune, but things are looking a bit better for the first time since the pandemic hit. Dallas Fort Worth area has cut year over year job lost toe under 100,000 stats from the U. S Labor Department show about 62,000 jobs were added to the economy across the Metroplex in October. Other major cities they're not seeing the same down SPAC as DFW Houston was still down 151,000 jobs. City What worth has 30,000 rapid coronavirus tests in preparation for an increase in visitors to the National Finals Rodeo this week? What with Fire Chief Jim Davis says the test will be available to the public for free to help mitigate covert 19 spread during events in Fort Worth in Arlington. We're trying to make sure that we keep our economy going, We don't have to sacrifice your economy for our health, and we have to be smart about it, and so what we're trying to do is put things in place to make it extremely easy for people to You have opportunities to do the right thing, he says. This will be used as another layer of protection taxes. Business will time numbers on Wall Street, the Dow was up 175 points, NASDAQ Up 68 points and the S and P. 500 up 24 points from the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say your next update is at 11 24 7 coverage at wkbw com.
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"The Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex as a covert 19 hospitalization rate that has been at or above 15% for seven consecutive days. Governor Habits Executive order calls for all businesses that were previously at 75% capacity to immediately reduced to 50%. In addition, all bars are required to shut down as Americans await the first arrival of the cove in 19 vaccines were learning more about the criteria for those who are first in line to receive it. Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security senior scholar, Dr A. Mesh, a jeweler says he believes people have tested positive and recovered from Cove. It should still receive the vaccine. I think there's not going to be any distinction if you've had it. We know that the antibodies do provide some protection and you also get t cell immunity. We don't know how long that lasts so this vaccine will likely Service, A booster for those individuals who've had to have had the virus before. The first phase of the rollout is set to begin as soon as the Food and Drug Administration authorizes vaccines made by Fizer and Moderna. Governor. Abbott says taxes should receive its first allotment the week of December. 14th and the pandemic has led to massive jobs lost nationwide in North Texas is not immune, but things are looking a bit better. For the first time since the pandemic hit the Dallas Fort Worth area has cut year over your job loss toe under 100,000 stats from the U. S. Department of Labor Show. About 62,000 jobs were added to the economy across the Metroplex in October, other major cities how are not seeing the same bounce back as DFW Houston was still down 151,000 jobs and a Dallas based ride share companies..
"dallas fort worth" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"20 for a while, with some quarter inch of rain or less right now at WB Ape 64 degrees The D FW Hospital counsel is concerned that the Dallas Fort Worth area but soon see its cover 19 hospitalization rate go above 15% as covered 19 metrics continued to surge in Dallas and Tarrant County's per state orders hitting that rate would bring restrictions. Enclosures council President Steve Love says they're worried about metrics after the Thanksgiving holidays, he says the trauma service area that includes DFW Currently sits at a 14% covered 19 hospitalization rate. Meanwhile, Governor Abbott is doubling down on his promise not to issue another lockdown. He says shutting down the state is ineffective and could lead to larger issues. Abbott cited emotional, medical and financial consequences of lockdowns. He acknowledged a recent spike in cases and hospitalizations and is encouraging mask wearing and avoiding group gatherings. North Texan searching for work this season should head to the UPS website. The company's looking to fill 1200 seasonal jobs in D FW. The hourly pay is between $14.50 in $21 per hour. UPS says it's not unusual for seasonal workers to be hired full time later on. I'm now for Texas business here spends every gallon from network radio. Financial stories of the week. Existing home sales in a 14 year high today is visors application with the FDA for emergency use under operation Warp speed for the vaccination. The doubt starts the day down about 53 points. That's 29,400 at the opening West Texas intermediate crude climbing to $42 overnight in the Dallas Fed president Robert Caplan speaking On energy at 8 30. I'm sponsor Macallan president. My gallant group network radio dot com. From the W B A P News desk. I Nicolo say your next update is at 8 24 7 coverage at WB ap dot com. Our focus is one game at a time. It's a one game season. We've went on streets before. Um But we gotta control we control and this week is all that matters. Right now. We got to get this win. Gotta get it. Cowboys linebacker Jaylon Smith him their approach to the season that they have left, beginning with Sunday's game. Up in Minnesota. Good morning from our WB. AP Sports Desk Um Steve Lamb. Dallas is setting it two and 77 to play. If you want to put one game and then the must win category. I think it's this game against the Vikings. Cowboys felt like they were able to compete a couple weeks ago against the undefeated Steelers at 18 P Stadium, and even though they lost the game Uh, they were competitive. Turnovers, though, had been killing Dallas along without knowing who the starting quarterback was going to be. But Andy Dalton, the veteran who was brought in to be a backup to Dak Prescott is back and ready to go. See if they can get it done on Sunday afternoon up in Minneapolis before coming home to play Washington next Thursday, and then it Baltimore the Thursday after that, so they've got three games. In a span of 11 days. Not sure what How's going to do this weekend? No TCU football to follow. We don't have a game Saturday. N W B A P or in frogs have ABI S, Um you were supposed to play Houston, but that game has been postponed because of the ongoing pandemic. And the American Athletic Conference had too many positive covert 19 cases with Cougars football team. Last time I checked North Texas and Rice and Apogee Stadium and Denton Still set to be played, while the Michigan State Maryland football game has been canceled because of covert 19 concerns, So that's the second game this week. That has been wiped out. Maryland also canceled their game against Ohio State after a rise in covert 19 cases that you look at sports Steve Lamb. Yeah. Your d FW Liberty loving Latino. Chris Hell, Saito is coming up this morning and I'm now the W B A P. Morning news with hell J and Brian Esther in one.
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"Pay restrictions apply call for details. The average price for a gallon of gasoline has fallen to the lowest levels in months. Use radio networks John Clemens reports that national averages down three cents a gallon to a level of $2.11 Patrick DeHaan of gasbuddy dot com tells us about the factors for that drop in prices. Overall, the biggest concerns pushing the price of oil lower our uncertainty over the election and a potential legal feud, which could lead stimulus in limbo and the surgeon the Corona virus pandemic in which US cases have soared to near record levels. Residents of Oklahoma enjoying statewide average is of a dollar 76 Residents of California continue to suffer as 3 14 a gallon with Yusa Radio Network. I'm John Clemens, usually Red Texas has been hit with a massive blue wave in recent years. The streets of Texas provide no answers as to how this election will turn out. In the Dallas Fort Worth area. You do see more signs of boarding bind than those for Trump travelling south to the Houston area last week. Different result, this historically red state has been hit by a massive influx of out of state residents. Californians moving here to escape housing costs and taxes. They can't afford their will. That blue wave be enough to wash away the red. What the president said Friday. He's not worried. Many Republicans here say they are from the Texas use a radio news bureau. I'm Val d'Or for use radio news. I'm dandy, Rocky..
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"Over a million dollars for the salvation army in the last three weeks and and you've been a big part of that and I'm grateful and honored and privileged to get to come to work and make a little difference in somebody's life as the salvation army works with the homeless and the hungry and the needy they do so much good for so many people those who are addicted and as we sit for team Gallagher right now three hundred and twelve thousand three hundred eighty three dollars somebody just made an anonymous donation of five hundred and five dollars which has officially put us over one million dollars Tom trap is ecstatic in his office in in the Dallas fort worth area wow what a what a day and let him keep going Hey we're still we're still less than a week away from Christmas team Gallagher dot org team Gallagher dot org or Mike online dot com go to the salvation army red kettlebell all right let's get let's take you back to reality where pelo she just told reporters I don't care what Republicans say about impeachment here she is cut number sixteen just a few minutes ago talking about the mood of America now that Donald Trump has been impeached you're about to hear somebody who was so disconnected from reality she almost needs to be institutionalized and think about it she's the speaker of the house of representatives cut sixteen from grade B. been hearing from people all over the country than the last since last night and this morning seems like people have a spring in their step because the present with held accountable for his reckless behavior people have a spring in there what a minute you were wearing black yesterday you said it was a solemn occasion which isn't to people of a spring in their step all we are we supposed to be out of it in a funeral funereal mood is it a funeral I mean are you kidding me these people don't know which end is up and they've been digit I I've gotten front of me if you're watching the video stream at Mike online dot com I got a copy of the New York Post in my hotel this morning Nancy Pelosi with this stupid stunned of wearing black and they had the front cover of the of the New York Post I'm.
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"And each episode we bring you some of the most notable and not yet notable thought leaders into tech business and culture. The year was two thousand nineteen. In fact, it was earlier this year in the spring, March to be exact I would get on a plane and Dallas Fort Worth head to Memphis. Tennessee. Get in a car and hid to Jackson Tennessee that trip if you remember was my trip delinked college on that flight from DFW. I would see Darrel im- bell for the first time from a different world. We flew in, we got scooped up by chief joy, we made it to lane college, and that night, did a keynote speech. The room was packed. In fact, it wasn't a room. It was the gymnasium. They had transformed it into a beautiful nights, gape. And with all of the lights and all of the people it was hard to tell who was in the room until afterwards. When people came up to me the next day Darryl would deliver his keynote in afterward. I would interview him for the culture sup- lot, cast in a fireside chat is only the second live recording ever done for the show. And just so, you know, after that show. The rain gangs for the culture soup podcast shot to number six from about number one hundred forty six on apple podcasts. Business business news now. It's debatable. What actually started that rise to the top ten but I can tell you this. When lane college got behind Dr Hampton Darrow bell, knowing that they would be on the show that entire campus was listening to the culture, soup podcast and sharing on social media. One of the person that I met while I was at lane college. And I had no idea that he was in the room his name Jacoby Jones. You may know it as a former Baltimore Ravens star wide receiver and pro bowler. But there are many students that know him simply is coach Jones. I'm gonna let him tell his story. But I met him that day at lane college, and he agreed to come on the show. I'm so excited to introduce to you coats to Cobi Jones. Former NFL wide receiver from the Baltimore Ravens and a pro bowler who is now pouring into the lives of young men at lane college. He joined me.
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"Dallas Fort Worth z one hundred of dran over their New York City and kiss FM with our different Ryan Seacrest on the west coast. I have the privilege of having swift on the show today. John Wayne, granddaughter, she's with John Wayne Cancer Institute, and you can find him over there. John Wayne dot org, and Anita you're such a great talker guest. We're we're crunching time. So I've got I've got some key questions that I know you and I both wanna get to. So let's try and answer real quick. So we can get this stuff fit in. But the next was the large annual fundraiser. That's coming up the odyssey ball it's been rent for thirty four years. What's going on there? Honoring one of our doctors, Dr Santos case Serie, and he is an religious with us. He is an amazing doctor honoring him and we're honoring Mr. Dan, hey with premier girls fast pitch softball. He has donated over three hundred and fifty thousand dollars through his premier girls that fascinates league there. They come to southern California every year to play internment, and he did a a certain amount from each one of the teams that comes to play in this in his tournaments. And every year for past seven years, he has given us about twenty five thousand to thirty thousand dollars from each of these treatments, and I go two weeks in a row to their kickoff party that they have where they're ten thousand young women, and I speak about breast cancer and skin cancer and the power of early detection. And he he's getting the generation of award for before making information about cancer available to these young women, and unfortunately, we have two of his girls as as to our patients. But at least we've got them, drew and. Because of information that they've gotten from us. So you know, he's he has made terrific impact. And because of him those two girls are are doing pretty good there. One of in college right now playing Cal State put so those are our two people that we are honoring and their main. It's our main fundraiser that we do every year. The were almost sold out. Actually, it's gravelly hills. Montage on may fourth and we are looking forward to funny thing. It's going to be we're gonna be dining out under the stars. So silly it's supposed to be beautiful. That's that's fantastic. He here's the deal were trying to fight cancer and stop cancer. How can people get into the listeners of the show and people nation, right widened, globally and locally..
"dallas fort worth" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Mark Davis here sixty eight the answering Dallas Fort Worth much to exactly what I said. It was going to die right to call. Got some audio got some great stuff topically on a on a very interesting Newsday. But these days is there any other kind. Let me tell you quick story. I have a sixteen year old son and an a twenty seven year old daughter. And so she she's grown up and she's doing great, and he is a teenager. And he's doing great and his mom, and I have given him stability and love and all he has to worry about is being a teenager all ES to worry about is doing the work in school. Now that he's sixteen gotta worry about some cool things like learning how to drive competently and getting a job we've given them if you things to put on his on his task list. But I want you to think about some kids who have a lot more to worry about like, not having a mom or that. Or either. Because they're in prison. They're in jail. The prison fellowship that Larry elder is a part of this campaign is we're so humble that so far we are sending over six dozen kids of prisoners to angel tree camp this summer. Did you go to camp when your kids show of hands unless you're driving? Did you go to camp? I did loved it. I had a great childhood can't made it even more double triple awesome. Because I was the suburbs of DC in Maryland. And we'd go to camp and get up there and fish, and and do getting boats and row kayaks and do all kinds of cool stuff. I don't think anybody invented zip lines yet. Or if they had we didn't have them. But camp was awesome the fellowship. The the kids you'd meet the friends you would make and I had a normal wonderful childhood. Imagine kids whose childhood is kind of hell these angel tree camps. Give them it gives them some sunlight some activity. You know what else? It gives them gives them some Jesus. It gives them some bible. These are godly excursions. Maybe in some kids cases, the first exposure they've had to Christ maybe ever. And so they'll be getting out of hot cities and bad neighborhoods. Thanks to people like you. And in addition to being with other kids who've kinda got a similar experience and trade some notes, they get the hop on a horse and swim and do other stuff in the fresh air. I want you to hear Jennifer Radha ball of prison fellowship talked to us about why angel tree camp powerfully impacts these at risk kids in a wonderfully positive way getting to be at the camp and see the kids and hear their stories is so encouraging God is at work. There will hearts are open, and they need hope. And I think that's what I've heard in every story that the kids of shared is that there is hope and that's in Christ. So it's life changing. Yes, it is. It is life changing, Jennifer. Thank you. So how many lives can? Can you guys change for Larry for me for Larry for me? It's it's not even for the folks in the prison fellowship. It's for these kids. It all begins with you. I'm going to tell you. I don't I don't remember what camp cost probably a lot more expensive now, but we're able to send the deserving boy or girl angel tree camp for two hundred dollars. That's two hundred dollars. And you just send a kid to camp. Maybe driving around saying love it. I don't have two dollars. That's okay. About four of you fifty apiece. About ten of you have twenty. We don't care. Let me give you the phone number of the website. Just any donation of any amount. We're just gonna glomming altogether divvied up by two hundred. And that's how.
"dallas fort worth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Thursday. Welcome back to heavy with his Tokar weeks going well, while the threat of severe thunderstorms. Localized flash flooding begin to move out of Texas into the lower Mississippi valley today as our area of low pressure continues across the south. We saw thunderstorms pounding the Dallas Fort Worth metro area Tuesday night into Wednesday morning at least three were killed when their car was swept off the road Wednesday morning in Irith Kelly, Texas flash flooding prompted water rescues in the suburb of Carrollton, they had a sixty three mile per hour. Wind gust that was actually clocked at the Dallas Fort Worth international airport. Now storms continued through eastern Texas, most Malouf into Louisiana. But there is that line that is kind of continued through the eastern most reaches of Texas. So that's gonna be kind of the trend continuing through the overnight hours in some of those cells really packing a punch most of the the strongest activity right along the Texas Louisiana border along the line that had prompted a tornado warning over the past couple of hours. That was video from Bryan. College station, Texas that showed a brief tornado touchdown near Texas university Wednesday afternoon there were several structures damaged their funnel cloud sited near George west, Texas. It's about fifty five miles north west of the Corpus Christi area this past evening where power poles were snapped do just west of town. So it was possibly a tornado touch down there. As we roll into the day Thursday that area of rain and thunderstorms begins to shifted the parts of the lower Mississippi valley and the southeast severe thunderstorms could target the lower Mississippi valley in the central Gulf Coast states as we progress through the day, but typically parts of southeast Louisiana southern Mississippi southern Alabama. Over to maybe the western Florida panhandle later into the day today. The storms also unleashing, heavy rain. One to three inches expected in that corridor through the day today. Localized areas could see heavier amounts the strongest storms tonight or right now in northwestern, Louisiana and the easternmost reaches of Texas. There's a line that's beginning to come in off the Gulf that may be a move into the southwestern most reaches of Louisiana, heavy rains through south central and south western Arkansas. And then more general run of the mill showers up the river valley, southern Indiana looks like we probably even have a few sprinkles on up into the Columbus area this morning. Right back with mister Bodo. Kobe get started with the product to the hour. Once.
"dallas fort worth" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Dallas Fort Worth great to be here. It's a one day thing. Dennis is back tomorrow. And we are we are overjoyed to be with you. Glad to have you along. Here's some of what I envision doing. But I do some of the heavy lifting and the rest is taken up by you. You know, the phone number one eight Prager seven seven six one eight Prager seven seven six always get a hold of me on Twitter at Mark Davis. MARTA Davis much appreciate that. That's all other talk show that takes place over there. And here's what I envisioned I in the news department, the breaking news department this morning attorney general bar is testifying before a Senate subcommittee, and you can hear the sound of the shoe going over to the other foot after two years after two damaging needless years of poking. And plotting and conspiracies, and and falsehoods and just all kinds of offenses committed against the country and against logic and against the constitution against all manner of things against the rule of law. We now have an administration and an attorney general in William Barr who is going to begin I emphasized begin to take a look at some things that happened before Trump was the president things that happened in the Obama administration his exchange with Senator Jeanne Shaheen about spying about the Obama White House spying on the Trump campaign. Let me share with your latest. And then we've got a bunch of other things that we'll talk about today we have areas of America where there's a measles outbreak. I guess it's been a couple of weeks since I've had time to spend time with you here on the Dennis Prager show. I have I have a solution. That honors liberty and freedom and rights on all sides. With regard to how to handle the desire of the part of some Americans not to vaccinate their kids. Do you have a right? Not to activate your kids. Yes. You do. Does the local school have a right? Not to let your kid in. If that's your decision ES. It does problem solved. Oh, not to the satisfaction of everyone. But that's the only solution to make sense. We'll talk a little bit about that. We will spent. I had a local story this morning that I didn't even get to do on my local show because we were filled with love and recollections for Dallas Mavericks twenty one year veteran Dirk Nowitzki who played his last home game last night. It was it was remarkable. You know, you don't have to care about my area. You don't have to care about basketball. It was it was an amazing scene. It's about loyalty. It's about devotion. It's about the kind of quality individual that Dirk is the big logo was forty-one Twenty-one one number forty one twenty one years one city. Listen, all you have Angelenos. I know Koby will Kobe was twenty so getting that's that's how you get real devotion. The couple of decades in in one city. So we gave a lot of love to dark, and so there's a topic that I'm actually covering on my local show tomorrow morning. I'm gonna roll it out for you first thing my state of Texas has an idea, and it is raising the smoking age that would be six smoking vaping all nonsense raising the age for that to twenty one. I don't know if I've had a chance to roll out here on on the Network My utter distaste for the vaping industry and the utter nonsense of people stay in hooked on this nonsense for for years if some people use it to ramp down from actual cigarettes. Great was was that take two weeks? I'll give you two months after that. You're hooked on something new so-. I despise this country. But I'll tell you what I think the raising age to twenty one. He's crazy. Because if you're eighteen you're eighteen if adulthood kicks in at eighteen it kicks in at eighteen. I think it's ridiculous. You can take a bullet for your country, and you can't drink a beer. So we need to figure out when adulthood starts. So so there's that up all these available and more at one eight seven seven six one eight Prager seven seven six, but to this morning's politico polit- political news, it's it's it's politics. It's the Trump White House. It's it's the it's the fates of everything we're fighting for here, and and the shoe gone on the other foot. Here's what I mean. Attorney general Bill Barr testified today that he believes spying did ochre did occur all the Trump campaign in two thousand sixteen as he vowed to review the conduct of the FBI's original Russia probe and the focus of a related internal review that shifted to the role of a key FBI informant. Quote, I think spying did occur. The question is whether it was adequately predicated. I think it's my obligation congresses usually very concerned with intelligence agencies and law enforcement agency staying in their proper lane. He says, I think spying on a political campaign is a big deal. So these comments come after a new report that the Justice Department's internal watchdog is also scrutinizing. And that's the role that FBI informant who contacted members of the Trump campaign during the election as part of a broader review of the early stages of the Russia investigation New York Times reported that Justice department inspector general the I g generally Michael Horowitz is looking into informant Stefan helpers work during the Russia probe is what was his work with the FBI prior to the start of that program. I know we're probed out. We are. We are independent counsel to death. A blue ribbon panels you investigation. They'd just is wearying make your brain Li catch your ears. I understand. But here's what we've gotta have as we as a country free ourselves from the theater of the absurd. The Muller probe is brought upon us. It is now time to focus on real issues. And we can talk about some of those religions today real issues like the border crisis real issues like fiscal sanity. I think it's pretty clear how much I love this administration. Thank god. He won. Thank god. He won. Thank god. He wanted is my triplicate chant on the local show all the time. We we didn't just dodge a bullet. We'd cannonball in in distance another day. No matter how bad your day is if today Wednesday, April tenth is just kind of down in the dumps day. You're depressed about something. You're downtrodden about something. Something's not going your way. You've just had some brushfires some crisis. I understand lift you up in prayer. I get it. But I just wanna share you one thing you're ready. Hillary Clinton is not presently United States. Day. Just got better. Didn't it? Keep that write that down keeping keeping keeping a pocket you ever get a little little down in the mouth little case of the doldrums. Hillary Clinton is not president of the United States. So as we move into these real issues of borders and the constitution and trying to find something that's that's better than ObamaCare. And and all manner of things that conservative government is supposed to try to do. And it's time for us to be able to focus more on doing those actual things without the nonsense and the B S and the craziness in the needless trauma of this Muller probe. And here comes the actual report here within days, I got some insight on what part of the reductions. I think the left is going to use to weaponize in the form of a charge of cover up their four things that attorney general bar said would be criteria for redaction things. We can't release and they all make sense. But there's one of them the believe, you me Democrats are going to pounce on since we focus on all of these actual issues. Actual problems in fast, keeping a strong economy, creating more job doing all the things we're supposed to be doing. Do we have time? Do we have brain space to have one little parallel track? In which there is a thorough examination of who put us through this. And how the Trump hating snakes within the Muller probe who have done this to us. The Obama administration officials who were so frightened of a Trump victory that they tried to de rail it before it even began those are answers the American public deserves as well. And I have all about finding those answers. And I believe we can't walk and chew gum at the same time. How about you one eight seven seven six one eight Prager seven seven six I'm Mark Davis in for Dennis always go to Dennis Prager dot com. And it will get video set up here to second Celia. We'll see me on television. I may flash the Dirk Nowitzki a t shirt I have on under this movie night. I don't know be misused of the video and and always use Twitter get ahold of me at Mark Davis MARTA Davis. It's the Dennis Prager show. Glad you are here on a Wednesday. We're just.
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"You're looking at Dallas Fort Worth. Wait, wait, wait times at the TSA checkpoints right now. How far back does it go because you know, at three AM local time three oh six now. It. You know, it's it's not going to show anything. But is there? Is it real time? Well, actually during the day. I don't know whether it's they they have real time and projections because I'm looking at the projection right now between eight and twelve noon at every gate, and they go eight what at at the different gates, but it will be because I'll be there about I'm gonna I'm gonna sleep a little bit. I'll be at the airport by nine my flight is at eleven fifty. But I'm going that much early just to make sure because I actually don't trust this. You don't trust. Right. Yeah. But, but I I wanna see I wanna look at it to see how accurate it is. Right. And so when the the gates the TSA checkpoints that I can get in. If I get there at nine o'clock, it's eleven to twenty minute. Wait at one is a projection. Zero to ten minute wait at the other TSA entrance. And then eleven to twenty minutes at the other one. I mean, there are some you're looking you look at terminal e. And this is what they have an I fly dot com. Terminal e which is not the gates the that I'm going on not the terminal being and they have twenty one plus minutes. But they do have they have they have three different TSA checkpoints in that in there and two of them are twenty one plus minutes and the other one zero to ten. Okay. So. How accurate is going to be? I don't know. And I may take my when I walk in. I may take my take some film. But I'm thinking about this yesterday. It's like I said there are probably put I might do it on Twitter. I'll take some, you know, some some pictures or video when I walk in that get you a Pat down, I'm thinking, go, wait a minute. I'm not going to be taking pictures that learning a Pat down real quick. Pat, you down. Now, the advantage is I did get and I haven't for my last. Two flights. But I did get TSA pre check. And is because once in a while you get it because I'm a frequent flyer. So I have what the lowest level. Un-american which is gold. But it's still and it gets me in the premium flyer line, which is normally a shorter line. I have found though that when I got gotten TSA pre check at times of TSA pre check line is longer than the the other line, right? So, but I have both. I got the TSA pre check and whatever. So I'll be able to have my choice, and I'm ready planning for sun. And I'm sure anybody else's winds doing the same thing this weekend. And and I'm coming back on I've got like a late afternoon. Flight around five from Tampa back on the best martyrs direct. And as I said yesterday, my my friend, Jerry, his his wife, Mary also, my friend. It's her birthday Sunday. Jerry, Gary, and Mary, Gary and Mary, right. Well, the going out to celebrate. Yes. Her her birthday celebration this weekend? But he wants to Sunday they want to do a dinner. They want to do it early. And they knew it's like like one o'clock, and they want to do, and we're going to be again, we'll probably wanted to dinner Saturday and everything else. But they wanna do it specially with some other friends, and I'm it all depends on on the field. I get for the airport. I may stay. They want to do at one o'clock. Right. May just take Uber and say you guys go, and maybe I'll just be at the beginning of the dinner because some of their other friends that I know are going to be there. But it's the arrangement is we'll go to the restaurant, and we'll see what happens. And if you think you gotta go go, and I'm just going to get an Uber and go to the airport at that. Point. So, but I'm preparing to get there. Three hours early. Again, you just don't wanna you don't wanna take the chance. No, the longest line was ever in. Was at pediatrics Portland, Oregon. And it was it'd be after nine eleven. It's when they were there. It's when they started with the all the new rules and regulations for the Pat down on the new machines and everything else. So I'm going to guess probably two thousand to two thousand three. The line was unbelievably long on belly. I mean, it was just it had at least be an hour, and I didn't see anywhere else to go its standing on one line, and then some people came down. And they said are you a premium flyer will? Yeah. Oh, you over this line over here where there's nobody. By cattle. Nice to see a cattle that I went up to the other. Yeah. I. I can't remember the the longest line. I've ever stood him. I mean it happens, especially if I'm flying for business, and and your flying, you know, during the week, and the whole thing I mean a lot of business wires during the week, especially in the terminals that I leave from. And it is, you know, typically, I I always allow for at least an hour long blind. Sometimes I walk in and just go right through. It's not there's just a few minutes. But. My question is. Where's the, you know, where's it going to go with TSA? Where's it going to go with the, you know, if they're up to what a six percent, or whatever it is sick out right now. You know, how how long can that go on? We talk about Pelosi in the president basically saying, no, you gotta stay here. We can't negotiate if you're gone. By the way, which I thought was a great move. The media is is trolling him. And you know, saying he's being childish. But are they negotiating or not is she refusing to negotiate right? He hasn't left. He hasn't left. Now, they had a very short meeting last time because she said, no, she just said flat out, no left, no room open. Well, you can't negotiate. If you're not there. You can't you can't sit down. And if you're not there, and and I'm I'm guessing this weekend's going to be fine. For travel for for me. Yeah. Not not in all because in all airports. It's it's not. I mean, but, but I think most people that are flying most people that I've talked to or communicated with me, I said it yesterday a few people said, yeah, I'm flying this weekend to and want to be there. Three hours, not two hours earlier an hour and a half early or an hour early. Because a lot of times people, especially if you know 'cause there are at times, and I just I haven't flown out. Sometimes you can fly out what you can get there at nine o'clock nine thirty. There's nobody like you just go right through. I mean, it's dark times you to the airport, and it it's just it's a piece of cake. It's just I fly at all different times and find a different time today. Normally when I fly compe- normally when I fly it's real early morning. So most of the time that I most of the time that I leave here on on a Friday and go directly to the airport from here. Normally, it's it the pre I'm going to the premium line. But I would say that the other lines probably are still about twenty minutes. Okay. And that's if you're going to the airport between. Seven o'clock flight, and you're getting there at five or quarter after five, you know, it's still a at least in the gates that not that I normally fly on that would be a American that would be see you're usually see you're a out of out of Dallas that those terminals. I just don't know how Tampa is going to be though, which is you just you don't know how the staffing is. But what I'm worried about is going back to see my mom and dad, I'm president's day weekend. Because what all that meant a month from now. Right. What's it gonna be like that? Yeah. We talked to a caller earlier who Bill who said, you know. I'm now, I'm gonna book my flight flying retreat cancer treatment. Yeah. And again, our thoughts and prayers are with him. But making the point that he he backed his white up to a day before to give himself that full extra day. You know, when when it because at some point it's going to get worse at some point, the sickout probably is going to get worse. Yeah. You're going to have people that are going to because they're they're missing car payments. They're missing, you know, rent. Food all of it. And you're living paycheck to paycheck. You're not. You're not getting rich working at the TSA. So the point is is that. If you don't have a way to you know to to. To bridge that gap in those paychecks. You can only do do that for so long. Even if you had a let's say a credit card. With a decent limit that you can put everything on. Well, that's gonna cost you. And so the point is is when that happens. And you have people making decisions at the TSA or or the the air traffic control. It starts to affects people who fly at one thing is when they announced that the State Department they were going to bring them in for fifteen days. First thing I thought was politically that's not gonna look good. No. Because you're you're going to have a ton of people say, well, no, the first people you should bring back. Our the TSA people not the people in the State Department, right? If they're not essential in the State Department. They're not essential at they're essential than you need them. They should be there. Right. But if they're not essential. What's more? What's more important? The non the the non essential employees of the of the the State Department or the absolutely essential employees of TSA that's going to be the mindset that that goes around. And and look I feel as you said, you know, the average salary is between thirty and fifty thousand depending if your supervisor or something like that. But the probably the majority of people are probably making between probe in different areas. I think in different cities, they may be more because of the cost of living. I did see that. I did see that. I think one of the the government websites about you know, what what the money was. But you know, probably thirty to thirty five thousand they're not getting rich. And even though when we had the whole TSA argument way back then when? When you know, I said, look, I I don't believe the government should be doing it. I believe that it it still should say privatizing. You could do a great job and the majority of the audience disagreed with me. But I've never been even when people would get I've never I've never had anything. But great experiences from everybody who works at TSA in in those lines their attitude. They're fr-, they're they're their friendliness and everything else never had anything but positive things. But that's because I'm positive you say, hey, how you doing doing good today? Whatever. And I'm sure a lot of people a lot especially frequent flyers probably talk. Hey, you doing okay that's going to happen. How you doing you? You're hanging in there. Okay. People are people ask like that. Because when you get into personal one-on-one situations. That's how most Americans are. And I bet your most flyers b b b the same way..