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Carla Welcomes Dr. Jesse Easley of Schupp Chiropractic
"Today we're going to talk to Dr. Jesse Easley. Jesse is one of the practitioners at Shupp Chiropractic and Sports Injuries. So let's listen up and see why it's so important for you to visit there. Welcome to the show, Jesse. Hey, thanks, Carla. Glad to be here. It's so nice to have you here. I wanted to get some of your expertise, opinion on chiropractic and ART and all that stuff. I've been coming to the complex since 2014, and I'm pretty sure they opened in 2012. So yeah, I've been a patient for a long, long time. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Longer than I've been there. Yeah. Not by much, though. I remember when you started. But if it wasn't for you guys there, I wouldn't be able to continue to run. So I wanted to really explain to my listeners the importance, obviously, we should be doing foam rolling, but sometimes we need a little bit deeper step. And so that's why I come to you guys. And I know that your office sees a lot of the badgers. Is that correct? We see the runners, track and field, cross country. OK. And then you do see some Olympians as well, don't you? Some of the people that went to. We do. A lot of the collegiate athletes continued on to run professionally. And so there have been quite a few in the last five, six years who have gone on to run for Olympic teams, both with the United States and then quite a few Australians and a couple other Canadian heptathletes. And yeah, but yeah, a couple. It keeps things interesting. know So I I've done, I think, everything you guys offer, the chiropractic, the dry needling, the ART, the Graston, the laser therapy, kinesiotaping, and cupping. Is that everything? Mostly. We do a little bit of rehab. I think that is everything that we currently offer. In the future, we'll be adding a few things, but yeah, you've gone through a lot. I don't know if it's fortunately or unfortunately got to experience everything that we do. Yeah, I know. I'm kind of probably your biggest minor, I'm sure, when you're working on me. Close, not quite. So of these, is there one in particular that you specialize more in or that you gravitate more when you're working with a runner? Well, a couple ways to answer that. Within our clinic itself, all three of us do most of the same thing. And I would say the biggest difference between provider is our backgrounds. And so Andy ran collegiately and has the deepest background in endurance running. Phil plays rugby and does a lot of mixed martial arts, and I have done a variety. I ran track and cross country, I rock climb, we're into motor sports, all sorts of different things. And between then our office and other offices in the Dane County area, there's quite a lot of difference. Yeah, that for sure, I know. Why do you feel that it's important for an athlete to maybe get off the foam roller if that's not working and come to your office? Yeah, so a foam roller can be a useful tool. I would say that if you've been foam rolling an injury for any lengthy period of time and it hasn't seemed to change anything. If you had a nagging hip or calf or whatever it may be and you've been foam rolling for three, four weeks and nothing's changing, it probably won't change. And so you need some type of more targeted or different intervention or potentially just diagnosis. It might not be a connective tissue injury that you're dealing with. It could be a bone injury, it could be a nerve, there's a variety of things.
"dane county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"She is running for governor against incumbent Democrat Tony Evers. Next year. She joins me live on the line right now, Uh, Miss Kleefisch. Thank you so much. Congratulations on making it official. However, did you keep this secret for so long? Yes. I know. I know. It is the worst kept secret in Wisconsin politics, But, you know, I am super proud. Uh, Our team. I'm super proud of the work that led up to this moment. I was so delighted to see you know, a couple 100. People show up at my dad's company this morning, and you know it was. It was a special moment. Ellis flew home from college and violence took the day off of school, which deeply disappointed her as you might imagine, Um, and you know, we're all in the car right now, on our way to Appleton, and then after that, Wassana and then back To walk a shock county for our final event of the night, But I hope that that is indicative of the type of work. I'm going to put into this because then you have seen Your listeners have seen the failed and incompetent leadership of Tony Evers and what it has done to the state of Wisconsin. What a disaster. These last two years have been, and we're offering something different, a far more aspirational and reasonable, honest vision for the future. And I could not be more excited about it. I mean, I'm I'm running because I have two kids that I just want to come back to Wisconsin to live their American dreams and hopefully one day raise their families. But Order to do that. We're going to need to have safe streets. We're going to need actually accountable schools and great paying jobs. And Tony Evers is not the way to get there. Why are you qualified? More than any other Republican who might have already entered the race or enters the race? From here on out? Why are you more qualified? To run them them. Why are you qualified bottom line to be governor of the state of Wisconsin? Then I have both the passion and the experience. I did spend eight years As Scott Walker's lieutenant governor, and in my capacity as lieutenant governor. Things were a little bit different than what you have seen and lieutenant governors in Wisconsin's history. I was actually in all of the budget meetings, asking the questions and helping to refine and define the policy. I was in all of the Cabinet meetings, and when the governor was out of town, I led the Cabinet meetings. I also led my own initiative. Everything from our tax reform round tables to starting the governor's small business stomach to starting a small business academy in order to connect entrepreneurs to the resources they need to start their own small businesses. I led a task force on minority unemployment. I led the task force on opioids abuse with John Nygren. And on top of that, you know, I chaired a couple national organizations, even a lot of federal agency in Washington D C for year after I lost my job as lieutenant governor, I'm ready and there is no one else who can hit the ground running in the way I can and who will Serve the people of Wisconsin with the passion and the knowledge that I have Now you faced criticism for the organization that you just cited the 18 48 project, which for full disclosure has been running ads on our flagship station W I s N radio that this was essentially a campaign. Outfit. How do you respond to what Democrats are already calling, Uh, shady behavior on your part? Have been 100% transparent about the purpose of the 18 48 project from its inception. I said that we have too many people in Wisconsin who feel unheard and unless ins too, and it should be the people dictating the policy to the government, and not the other way around. And so I started the 18 48 project named for When Wisconsin became a state and our pioneer spirit. I started the 18 48 project to travel the state and truly listen. In listening sessions, take notes and write down people's policy ideas, solicit their thoughts about how to make a better Wisconsin and I promised that we would build all of their good ideas into the policy agenda for Wisconsin's future, and I delivered I have done more than 50 listening sessions across the state of Wisconsin, an additional 22 sessions just to a scholars and experts to establish the viability in the constitutionality of the policy choices that we made to include in the documents that we release Just a couple of weeks ago called the forward agenda with our top 56 policy objectives or Wisconsin's future. And before you ask Well, is this your platform? I'm going to tell you This should be and I've said it from the start. This should be Everyone. Vision for Wisconsin. Conservative, reasonable, bold future This should be him. No all conservatives. Thing from because these are the ideas that unite us the ideas that come directly from the people. And there they are. If you take a look at at that website 18 48 project org. I urge you just read That first couple of pages. You don't even need to redraw 16 pages. But I'm proud of the work that we have done listening the people of this confidence. Rebecca Kleefisch joining me, she announced earlier today her candidacy officially for the governorship of Wisconsin. Now, after the election of 2020, Ms Kleefisch, the Overwhelming sentiment of conservatives and trust me. I have heard this more than most. Because the investigation I did into the integrity of the 2020 election here in Wisconsin, there is widespread sentiment. That because there wasn't enough done that The 2022 election will be marred by the same problems without getting into what you would do as governor because the more immediate concern is what you would do as a candidate as we saw things like democracy in the park in Madison leading up to the 2020 election as we saw things like Clerks in Dane County in Milwaukee County, giving patently unlawful advice for people to mark themselves as indefinitely confined to skirt voter idea requirements. As we see all of these things develop, and they will undoubtedly develop in the run up to 2022 over the next year. How will you pledge to your voters to conservatives across Wisconsin that you will do everything you can to challenge changes to the law made at the last minute to challenge The effort to put a weight on the scales of electoral justice here in Wisconsin. Well, First of all we need to pursue of full forensic audit. And I think we are seeing that through the work of both state wrapped in L branch in and justice Michael Gable men through WHO Speaker Flosses Initiative to investigate 2020. I am focused and someone must be on fall of 22. But to your point we're going to go into that race, fighting under the exact same walls and what we fought under in 2020, which means we must have a ruthless Hard working ethic grassroots effort in order to assure that we have the votes to take back the governor's office November 8th of 2022. That's going to involve five strong strategy, most of which is documented, frankly, in an op ed that you wrote. Some time ago, and I hope because I'm talking about it right now that you would be willing to maybe repost it at the top of your Web page because in it, Dan, you talk about the Harvard Cummings as Republicans and one of the things that we will tackle in our campaign and in conjunction with Patriot groups and the Republican Party across the state. One of those things is we have 72 counties, but we have 72 Republican Party branches across Wisconsin. Do you know, Dan and I know you know, But you know friends of the show that every single election clerks are required to take lifts from both the Democrat Party and the Republican Party to pull off in order to employ poll workers for the day..
"dane county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The step of the Dane County Jail in Madison will no longer refer to those in jail inmates. They're not residents, though. They're inmates. They have done a thing. They have been adjudicated guilty. So what's the point? It doesn't do any good. This is this is about you, The sheriff of Dane County making yourself feel better, isn't it? Calvin Barrett. Is this about making you feel better? It's like the people who say that you can no longer call a master bedroom in the house, The master bedroom. Because that's that's that's bigoted. Do you know how out of your head you are? I'm going to say something to you right now. If if if you are Black. Follow me. Follow me. My people. If you are Black. And you Buy a house. You sleep. Chances are In the master bedroom. You call it the master bedroom. It is not racist nor bigoted. When you do it. It is not racist nor bigoted when I do it. It has a name. It isn't the main bedroom. I guess you can call it that. It's the master bedroom and calling it a master bedroom does not make one racist. Your a little bit racist. Well, you're a little bit, too. I guess we're both my.
"dane county" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"6 37 The Turk comes to call an entitled town while the brewer Israeli should day off ahead of a crucial clash with since the we do Sports with Brian D. At 5 45, a service dog that went missing after a crash on Monday night in Dane County has been for Found safe to people were hurts. After that crash in the town of Oregon, in which the dog fled a neighbor called the Sheriff's office Several hours later, after the pit bull terrier mix arrived on their porch, The State Journal says the dog appears uninjured was given to a family friend. While the owner recovers in the hospital in Colorado is social media post by a high school volleyball coach may have cost him his job. The controversy dealing with what he said about himself specifically. His sexuality. NBC's Mona Closer, Abdi in okay. Tonga says his sexuality caused him to lose his job at Valor Christian High School in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. He says he was told by the athletic leadership and valor to stop being gay or abandoned his role as coach. I felt like it's a repeat of the 27 years of life where I hated myself. A statement from the school says. Quote Valor became aware of a Facebook post by coaching. Okay, that suggested he may not support values beliefs pertaining to sexuality and marriage. The statement goes on to say that after a conversation with an okay he requested a separation from the school. Some Florida restaurant workers getting the tip of a lifetime. No one sure exactly why, but a customer at the Wa Hoo Seafood Grill, a Gainesville gathered 10 staff members together after his meal. Said, Thank you and went to pay the check on his $144 meal. He left a $10,000 chip charge went through and on the restaurant Facebook Page, the owner says after a tough year and a half his staff has new faith in humanity and plans to pay it forward in the spirit of the Big Tipper quote. We hope you feel inspired to do something nice for someone today be the reason someone believes in the goodness of people. Peter King, CBS NEWS Orlando Coming up on 6 39 myself for just a job.
"dane county" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Now in this country. Come on. Give it back to england if we liked paula. God the hell cares about polo. It was for charity. Shot up god and what. What are you called if you are if you are sent to prison you are called and in may no no. He's disparaging terms. Inmate is old news. You are a work in progress resident. O- thank you. You're a resident now. Okay no i the time. Hoa fees other resident now so that we can maintain the dignity of criminals while they're in jail. Dane county of wisconsin. Sheriff calvin wisconsin. Who last place. I thought it would be getting on board with this touchy feely. Let's not hurt anybody's feelings. Said he arrived at the decision over his last. Nearly one hundred days as sheriff. It's a proactive approach to our criminal justice and he said they.
"dane county" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast
"I can't believe it if i could only go. You know my parents let me do stuff like that. You know and so to get to go. I went with them. And so we cruise down to madison wisconsin. We saw kiss at the dane county coliseum on december second nineteen ninety two. It was definitely december. Second in wisconsin. Because i remember it being freezing ask cold outside and i had this big leather jacket on. This is my first time seeing kiss. It's my first real concert now. I've seen little stuff at this point.
"dane county" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Non competes. This is Attorney Robert Chorus. I'll fight for you to defeat your non compete called me at 414 to 7 to 8000 citing and limited WTMJ news time. 5 36 history made at the home run Derby last night ahead of this evening's All Star Game. Brian D. Has that and all things Buck Suns Game four in sports at 5 45. A missing Persons case out of Dane County, turning into Murder investigation. WTMJ Eric Bell said live in the breaking news center. Jane Police are telling us that human remains that were discovered during the search for a missing man and woman were those of the husband, The body of Bart, who Alderson from Windsor. Found last week in Cottage Grove. Now, prosecutors say the man's son Chandler Holgersson, who's 23 years old, is expected to be charged with his dad. Now he had reported his parents missing last week. His mother, Krista Alderson, remains missing this morning. Wildfires burning in 10 states in the western US this morning, torching homes, forcing thousands to evacuate nearly 60 large active wildfires. Are burning from Alaska to Wyoming, the largest in the U. S. The bootleg fire in Oregon remains out of control after torching an area nearly twice the size of Portland while disrupting power transmission lines to California. The younger the customers, the worst the tip anyone 40 and under, which means Gen. Z and Millennials are the worst tippers of all age demographics, according to credit cards dot com. That tipping covers everyone from the restaurant server to the bartender to the Rideshare driver, the study found. Just 56% of zoo MERS and 58% of Millennials said they always tip servers at sit down restaurants compared to 80%, or more of Gen Xers and baby boomers when they do tip customers typically leave standard amounts, credit cards dot com, industry analyst Ted Rothman says While many surveyed said they planned to tip more generously due to the pandemic, the data suggests that didn't end up happening. Jennifer Kipper, CBS News FIVETHIRTYEIGHT at WTMJ Got Milwaukee. It's here. This is club 1717 get pamper. Stay cool and go straight to the front of the line Club 1717. Hey, you're saying it wrong? What?.
Dane Cardiel joins Gumball
"Dane county jail has joined head gum and gumbel to become vice president of business development. He was a founding member of simple costs which was purchased by sirius. Xm twelve months ago. It's one of a series of high profile management changes in the industry with more tomorrow
Illinois Man Dies After Madison Fundraising Swim in Lake Monona
"Passengers will be allowed to leave from U. S ports on the two cruise lines. Alex Stone E D. C. A man from Illinois is dead after participating in a swim race across medicines Lake Monona over the weekend. Dane County Medical Examiner's office said in a statement this morning that 51 year old Michael Hahn of Rochelle, Illinois, was removed from the water during the big
"dane county" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The iconic mortgage talking text line. One of the texture, says Jeff, My take is again. I think he was. It was a It was an anti trump vote that that cost Walker the election. And by that, I mean, just people, who especially out of Dane County, were incredibly motivated to turn out. The vote turned out in record numbers. That one of the Texas makes the point that don't forget that in some of those communities, particularly some of the liberal leaning communities, there were like marijuana referendums on the ballot as well. And I think there was an element that was that was a strategic move that the left made. To try to help turn out the vote. I think that was that was probably a factor as well. But a lot of the same people who I think turned out to vote for the marijuana referendums. Therefore, you know, voting for Evers were also likely to again have been that that sort of heavy anti trump people. Um yes, Jeff. Specifically, what are either sins I don't know that there's any sins that I would say. But that doesn't mean that he's not a vulnerable politician. 85561616 20. That's the acting that mortgage talking text line Jeff Fevers opponent regardless of who that might be even mentions trump or aligns himself with Trump or is endorsed by Trump. I think it will be Evers in a blowout whelmed. I will tell you this. And if you don't if you believe nothing else for the three hours of today's program, you do not have blowout elections in Wisconsin anymore. We just don't Maybe back in the nineties, There were blowout elections when it was Tommy Thompson running against Chuck Kuala, But we do not have blowout elections. Now the presidential election was not a blowout. The Senate races are not going to be blowouts and The gubernatorial race is not going to be a blowout as well. Jeff, the political landscape will be changing the next election liberals we voted out. That means Evers well, historically. The party in power Loot loses seats in midterm elections. I think Democrats are extremely concerned that they are going to lose control of the House of Representatives. And right now the Senate is 50 50. Republicans will take act back control of the Senate, and I think I think there's a better than even chance that that happens. If you look at history that doesn't necessarily translate into you know the gubernatorial race, Jeff, I hope you first doesn't get elected again. However, I wouldn't be surprised if he does get a second term. I could easily see him being governor of the Legislature remaining Republican. That's gonna happen. I pretty much guarantee you that Another four years of just getting very little accomplished. Jeff We had a blowout election in 2018 when Baldwin beat book near by 10 points in the U. S Senate. Yep, That's true. That's that would be the Exception, perhaps to the rule, But that was 2018. That was the same year that Evers got elected. That was that the anti trump year and yes, that benefited Tammy Baldwin. But you're not. Would be shocked if anybody thinks that there's a blow that there's gonna be a blowout election. All right, So so my take is is even is a shoo in for reelection. Absolutely not. He's gonna be incredibly competitive Race. Is Evers a shoo in to lose. My answer is no, not. I think what's gonna happen is it's going to depend on first of all who the Republican candidates and what the issues are. You know Evers, his handling of Cove. It is going to be an issue Evers is handling of unemployment is going to be an issue. Evers, his handling of the economy is going to be an issue. There's going to be a number of significant voting issues that are out there, and right now we're 16 months away. It's not too early for people to start the campaigns. It's not too early for Republicans to start. I mean, traveling state raising money building organizations. I think that's important to do it. I think it's going to be a very, very close race. There's a couple names that are already being talked about his potential candidates, and there will undoubtedly beam or it will be a crowded Republican primary. And I think it's going to be interesting. It's gonna be fun to talk about. But Evers and appears is definitely in Somebody else who's definitely in his John mature will find out what he has on his mind..
"dane county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"All right Time for Magda Movement Update yesterday, former President Trump by issued a statement saying, See 35 wayward Republicans. They just can't help themselves. We have much better policy and are much better for the country, but the Democrats stick together. Republicans Don't They don't have the Romneys Little Ben Sasse is and Cheney's of the world. Unfortunately, we do. Sometimes there are consequences to being ineffective and weak. The voters understand. On. He's absolutely right about that. So I'm using the magma movement Update update you on the latest on the election audits right now, The Arizona audit has been paused. But it really did restarts this coming Monday. May the 24th I can tell you right now. 20% of the audit has been completed of the They got all the data they needed off the machines on Now they're examining the the data from the ballots and the machines and they're going through that data, and there have been So far, reports of massive irregularities Bala duplications, no original balance could be found. So there's going to be again 20% so it might take They've asked for an extension to June 30th take his long as you want. I don't want it done, right. So don't don't box yourself in with a deadline. Make sure that you get everything that you need. On that the database has been recovered. So they've got that's so yesterday. The former special assistant president Trump. Boris Epstein described the road ahead for election integrity, and he talked about the thief freight crane that's coming and started in Arizona and Vernon Jones is upping the ante and in Georgia earnings efforts yesterday in Georgia. Absolute ground break Let me tell you that the very tip of the spear People who are very interested in this. That's put it that way. Well, extremely oozy aspect about Vernon's efforts in Georgia should calling for a full forensic audit in Georgia the same way it's being conducted in Arizona and even CNN. Did ahead behind which they couldn't really spend. They said Trump allies calling for an Arizona type on it in Georgia to me. I treated that out as a thanks for a great job and a brother retreated because that was a great thing. That is a positive. The dominoes are starting to fall. The great trade is coming through across the country of these forensic audits. In the media. The Democrats, the legal community absolutely cannot take that exactly right. The dominoes are starting to fall. We're hearing rumblings out of Pennsylvania, Of course in Michigan. We know what's going on there and and from county Andre Michigan and a broader sense also that Wisconsin very easy. Wisconsin just in Milwaukee, If you just focus on Dane County, in where Madison is, we know from the author was already done in those two counties that they found over 200,000. Unlawful ballots in an election that was decided by 20,000. So you could make an argument right now It looks like the Arizona If the Arizona audit of turns out the way we think it's going to That the Arizona would flip. Of course, it will mean anything because you had Chairman Jo has already been sworn in and certified. Thanks, Mike Pence on then, but of course it could affect the years in the Senate race. That could be Martha McSally lost to the astronaut so they could affect the Senate race in Georgia. Not going to change the presidential election could affect the Senate races there with Warnock. On the other character has also off. So then again we're talking about. Perhaps if you have another election in Georgia, one that's run on the up in fair and square. That the balance of power in the Senate might change. In addition, you have Pennsylvania on Michigan and Wisconsin. So good news. They're the Arizona secretary of state. She's a Democrat, Katie Hobbs. Says the election machines in the audit Should never be used again. And you know what? I agree with her? I don't think any election machines machines rather should ever be used again, especially ones with any connection to Dominion voting for our country. And for our Children, The best is yet to come. In some 23 times, traffic.
"dane county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Morning, starting off with number one Minneapolis mayor six funding to stabilize PD and add officers I wish I know it's not gonna happen. Okay, I But, you know if Minneapolis man, Baby Mayor, Mom, jeans, Jacob Fry Europe in listening Um, Listen, you've got an opportunity here. You want to run for office? There are a lot more people. That back our our law enforcement in Minneapolis and in Minnesota, then want to see them defunded, and you need to realize that You need to come out strong against the City Council and what it is. They're trying to do. Stop catering to the activists Stand up! Call him out for the lunacy that they're proposing and be an actual leader. He has the opportunity to do that. And he's got nothing to fear. If you would step out of the shadows and stop cowering and start and stop dancing around the issue and actually step up and go. No. What Schroeder what Fletcher and what Cunningham are proposing. Is absolutely 100% wrong. And if we want Minnesota in Minneapolis to survive I gotta call it out. And we gotta have law enforcement. If Jacob Fry wants to be reelected, which I presume he does Because he is running again. He should. I think the smart tactic would be. It's a little too late. I mean, because you know, you see, we've already got three years of a track record on him of siding with the activist, or at least appeasing the activists at the very least. But I think he was the smart tactic would be to run against the city Council. Yeah. Make that the whole theme of his campaign. Yeah. No, I city Council. They They've lost their minds. They've gone too far. They are. They're bending to the activists. We need leadership. We need a new direction, You know, Acknowledge your past mistakes and move forward. Come out today and say, you know, Look, this is going way too far. But you were wrong to give up the third Precinct. Yeah. Start backing your police off. Officers. You will find support. You will fight. You're gonna take a lot of heat. You're going to take a lot of heat, and there's gonna be a lot of, you know a lot of finger pointing a lot of yelling and a lot of editorials and articles written and posts and all that kind of garbage, But that's all just surface level noise. It does not represent the vast majority of the people of Minneapolis and on top of that, You're gonna be able to gain the respect of the individuals that you hire that are protecting the streets. You could immediately see a positive impact with the remaining officers that you have, by at least putting them in a position where they could sit back and go. All right. Finally, at least, the mayor's got our back. Now I can go to work and knowing at least there's somebody that appreciates what we're trying to do. Shut back into Sam's top five For Friday, Number two, Wisconsin governor Tony Evers issued a new statewide mask order right after an hour after in fact, after the Republican Republican controlled Legislature voted to repeal the previous one, there's so anti face way gonna start using their tactics. I dreaded How about you? I'm pro face. I like faces. I'm also pro face pro face. Part of the support of faces. I'd like to see more of them. I'm an advocate. Face from The Associated Press levers on the the Legislature have been at odds throughout the pandemic, but the latest moves here have created an unprecedented level of whiplash. Brother. Republican lawmakers last year persuaded the state Supreme Court to scrap Evers stay at home order and a state appeals court halted the limits he placed on indoor gatherings. As the Legislature moved to repeal the order. Many cities and counties rushed to enact or extend local mask ordinances. Milwaukee and Dane County where Madison is located, are among those with orders in place. You're not seeing this. You know you're not seeing it like in the mainstream grab. It doesn't surprise me at all. But if you go with what we do, we have to look at a lot of different news sites and sites that aggregate and combine a bunch of stories and all that. So you end up coming across this stuff where you just not seeing it in your mainstream press. But you look at the numbers across the board, like in other countries and hearing that even in Minnesota, like the 1st 1st for its bunched, you know, as the Democrats have been rolling out the vaccine, it's already having an impact. You're not seeing that anywhere, And the reason I bring it up is because we know that the masks Don't do anything. There's no it Zdrilic yah list at this point, and so we're already you know, if we had media that actually did their damn job, you would see that the numbers are starting to go the way we want him to go when it's not because of masks, And the problem is when you inject politics into something like a pandemic. When you inject politics into something like a virus, people take sides and they could never admit that their side was wrong. That's why the Democrats Are clinging so hard to these masked mandates because I think they feel like giving in now would be the mission right that they were wrong, right? And we can't do that, right? We can't do that right problem, too. Yeah, Yeah, It's optics. It's optics. It's not science number three be like justice and Drew. We don't care what we look like. Even if we are pro face jackets. In fact, you're it. It's true stories. You see what I'm wearing today. Democrats are asking Trump to testify under oath in a Senate trial. Yeah, yeah, yeah, For sure, They're right. E don't Okay, because they need ratings like literally. This is because they need someone to actually watch it because nobody is gonna care. Nobody's gonna tune in. No one's gonna pay attention. You know if they get trump in there to testify the entire world Yeah. What would want to watch that? I mean, I would want to, I would want Sure I don't. I don't give a rip if he's not involved at least four different times yesterday, Twitter unprovoked or prompted Confirmed to me via a notification that Trump will not go and testify, like OK, and then there's the whole post on I'm like, Wait. No, you banned him. Why? What? You but you You banned him, But you need him. You need himself badly. They need him and they're afraid of him. We need him and their freedom, and that's the whole reason they're doing. This impeachment thing is afraid of him. You're afraid he'll run again, and they're they're afraid he'll win. If he runs again, why else there's no other reason to do this. No other reason to move forward with this impeachment. Otherwise, you're just beating a dead horse. Were you afraid of? These are not people who are acting like they're comfortable and confident that they secured a mandate from the electorate in the last election. If they were, they would not be doing this. No if they were so that we won where, right? We've got the American people on our side. We have a mandate. It's a new day. New President Democrats in charge of the House Democrats in charge of the Senate. Why do you need to do this? Why are you spending so much time on an ex president who so far has given no inclination that he's planning on running again. We're just chilling on the beach right now, Donald. I just can't quit. You can't quit him. They can't put him there. There. They are terrified that he's going to run again. And when I just can't quit this request from the House impeachment managers does not require Trump to appear..
"dane county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"For all of it. But then when everything goes wrong with any of us that my fault this authority and claiming it has this responsibility, but none of us ever decided to give to them. It leads Who the story that I now bring to you from Madison. Admittedly, it's Madison and they always have the most extreme cases of this stuff. But this is beyond extreme. This is Moscow in 1963. This is fat face from Korea right now. That's what this is What you're about to hear. It's certainly not America, and I know Madison's never really been like America to begin with. But even by the standards of that, listen to this story. It's the subject of a lawsuit that's been brought by Wisconsin Institute of Law in Liberty trying to address The sickening abuse. By the Dane County Health Department. There may be a health department official of the state of Wisconsin. I have some respect for I just would love to become aware of one of them. All regurgitating the same hours and because they have this little bit of authority, taking advantage of Colbert to run around and abuse people. Glorified jackasses. That's strong language. Well, where do you hear what they did? Now, as you probably know, Maybe some of you who live outside of the Milwaukee or was considered did not know this. Madison's had the most recording in lockdown of any area of the state really all the way through covered. They've been totally shut down. In most parts of Madison Church attendance has been at a minimal level. Most of public schools have been closed. Lot of the bars and the restaurants have had extreme restrictions in terms of size, if not closed, all together pretty much. The only thing you've been allowed to do in Madison is riot. You could riot in that there's no challenge of the size of that at all. Where we have had restrictions in Milwaukee. But as they say Madison has been far Moreover, cracked out. So anyway. They've had this rule in Madison banning gatherings. Based on the size of the group, 15, or less is generally been the thing that they have used in their governing ordinance in Madison. Let's now go back a couple of months. The December In Oregon, Wisconsin. And it kind of sounds confusing, Doesn't it? Oregon, Wisconsin. I bend, Oregon, Wisconsin. Racetrack and Dane County is there there? Thank you. Pretty good track was the name of that. I think they called it back in the day Capital Speedway. Track. I mean, I saw Kenseth race There was kind of his home track. He was Cem near Madison Way back in the day of good track south of Madison, Oregon. It's in Dane County. I'm guessing or maybe 12 miles south of the city of Madison. It was kind of small when I lived in Madison, but I think it's growing. It's gotto become a bedroom community. Oregon, Wisconsin. It's in Dane County. Have a dance studio. You had a dance studio. What would you call that? The problem with the dance studios. You can't come up with any name That doesn't sound stupid because of just you know any. You know what the best name for that he had studio is what they think. The Arthur Murray was just named after a famous dancer. Isn't that the best name still All right. You're not in Arthur Murray franchise. You got to come up with your own name. What would you call it seriously, before I make fun, But I don't have anything better myself. What would you need to call it? Dance the night away Dance studio. What if you're trying to what if you're mostly appealing to kids and dance lessons, though, that's what a lot of them are that it's you know, it's for teaching kids to dance and so on. You don't know I don't. Well, I was going to be a part of the day. But, as I said, but I think about it. Maybe it's a pretty good name. Fred Astaire. Yeah, when I said Arthur Murray, I think Fred Astaire is actually bigger now, isn't it? Yeah, that, like I said that That's a good name. I mean. I remember watching those old musicals when I was a kid on Saturday afternoon when they didn't have sports on TV, and they only show these musicals in the forties. I'm looking at the Fred Astaire with the tap there the while this guy could really do this somehow, they didn't seem sissy ish when they were doing that. We didn't either that or we didn't know that that was associates yet. Yeah. I mean, like what you see being Crosby and Danny Kaye and always mix up. Wait a minute. I mix up holiday and with white Christmas, which one was like? Yeah, You know, I always I do know Big Crosby. Was it both? But who was Danny Kaye, The sidekick in Holiday Inn. Or was he What He was in white Christmas. Who was the other guy was a Fred Astaire? That was the other one holiday, ed? Yes. And see everybody mixes it up because the SOG White Christmas Day Beauty and what movie? Holiday head that way and not white Christmas. But I'll be quiet. Why we talking about this? I met May I still have anything out in the alley? Where the show never, And I haven't even gotten to the name of the dance studio, yet, much less the horror but able to dance studio is AH, leap above. You know that sounds stupid, but I think about it. Sexual kinda clever because they leap you know, and a leap above and Leap above dance studio..
"dane county" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"When really we should be focusing on on people and the issues that we all face together. But what that means for us is we've really got to put an emphasis on doing this ourselves. We need an older who is ready, willing and able to help guide people through state and federal programs and sometimes city programs. That could be confusing for business owners and for employees. You know someone who really wants to make sure that we're using those good public health decisions but also messaging them well, making sure they're not confusing to folks as we're moving forward, because as exciting as it is that we're gonna have vaccines and arms hopefully this year really, really, really hoping this year a someone who is the youngest candidate in the race. I think I'm Furthest back in line to get that cove in 19 vaccine, which is as it should be, But it also means that we all need to recognize that even after all of us who want to get a vaccine have been able to get one the impacts economically. We're going to stick with people. You know, It's just talking this morning with folks in my office about unemployment cases, folks have been waiting for far too long for government assistance after they've lost their job. Things that they are entitled to, but they're just getting there slowly. Those folks are gonna be digging out from this for years to come and the same with businesses that have really had to buckle down and in some cases have been forced to close those business owners. They're still here. They're still members of our community. We want to support them with whatever comes next, and so we have to prioritize that we have to recognize that that's gonna be a need for the next few years, if not the next decade. So what can you do from the Madison City Council? I like the specifics that you talked about the messaging. That is so important. Um, sure, There's clarity on the message, but other, um Economic and budget initiatives that you want to be a part of on the city level. Yeah, well, I think it's really important that you know, kind of king in on that equity piece that we continue to do, Uh, programs that actually work and have worked here in Madison so that investing in businesses and supporting businesses from historically disadvantaged communities is a really important investment point in a normal time. When you're talking about covert 19, and you realize that the impact on black and Latino businesses has been disproportionately higher than those for white businesses we need to take steps is the City Council to address that there are very obvious steps that we can take in terms of continuing programs that have already been working here in the city. But it's also about recognizing that it's not good enough to just say well. We put a program out there, you know, hopefully the right people will find it and apply and it'll it'll be good. Now we need to have an older and a council that air out their advertising This programs helping people who want to get into them. Because again it goes back to that foundational communication in our district if you visited our olders website on almost all of 2020 up until literally the month that I announced that you wouldn't find any new information about covert 19. You wouldn't know about the p p p program. You wouldn't know about the WGC. We're all in grants that the governor made available. You wouldn't know where to go for help with unemployment. You might get there eventually by going to a state officials, website or federal officials website. But as an older and as a council, we are going to be the closest to the people who are most affected by covert 19. And so I think it's about making smart investments. It's about making sure that during a tough budget cycle, we're not making cuts to programs. Even if they are proportional cuts across the board. Smaller programs will disproportionately be impacted if you take that approach, and I think we need to be sensitive to that, but it's also about making sure that every single person who's here listening to your show or who's just out on the Internet. Trying to find a resource is that they need to get through the next year is able to do that, and that's not what we're getting now and it's really what we need to change. What? Your thoughts on how you Mattis mentioned public health Madison Dane County. Are you happy with the job that they're doing? I think overall they have done a great job in a once in a lifetime pandemic. Yes, Uh, we have to really, really commend them for coming together quickly. I think that when you look at case counts, and Dan County we've done a better job of handling them than some of our surrounding counties that have sort of said Well, We're throwing up her hands were walking away on dweeb also got to recognize the challenges and the intentional challenges put there by Republicans in the state Legislature trying to make it so that local public health officials feel pressure That's undo that you know, tries to freeze them in place and not acting. I'm really glad to see that public health Madison and Dane didn't do that. In terms of that clarity, though. I mean, look as someone who hears directly from folks it at DHS and a lot of other departments on the state level. I know and everybody knows that Sometimes things change quickly. They change rapidly, and that could be really confusing to track even for somebody who's sitting there waiting for a call. You make one decision on then you know, you may hear about something five minutes later, I'm hopeful. That as we move forward with a more concerted federal effort and as the state efforts of Governor Evers Air, able to then be freed up by additional federal funding and official federal focus that we're going to be able to sort of take a more step wise approach, something that's a little more focused a little clearer and also, you know, we have to recognize We understand the virus better now we're getting better in treating it better. It Helping people through it. So that does kind of ratchet things down a bit as opposed to, you know, think back to where we were in May or June or during the spike in September and October, where you know there was a real sense of panic and a real sense of worry from not just Everyday folks, But physicians and and folks in public health as well, So hopefully now we're able to sort of A little calmer. Be a little clearer bill of more intentional but in times where sorry I keep getting phone calls. People are excited, but you sound good on our excellent well as we as we keep as we keep moving forward here, I really hope that we'll be able to beam or intentional those communications and times where Maybe we can't be our council members and specifically, I hope me I will be able to kind of walk people through the changes as they happen because everybody understands the momentous challenge that covert 19 has presented to us. It's not necessarily about being perfect every time, but it is about putting people first and making sure they get what they need from their local government. So I think we can work together Very well. I'm really excited, actually, at the opportunity to maybe work with public health, Madison and Dane folks, they seem great. And like I say, I think they've been doing an amazing job in what is a once in a lifetime pandemic, So yeah. So can you talk to us a little bit about public safety and that's something you focus on as well. How do you address right? The sort of racial justice revolution that has happened in the streets in the US and what are changes that you hope to be a part of do you think can happen? Um Madison City Council. Yeah, absolutely well, so this is sort of the third thing that I hear about from people all the time. It's communication. It's covert 19 recovery and it's public safely safety and specifically, not just safety generally, but how do we move forward, making sure that every single person when they wake up in.
"dane county" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Stick around, still become Preview into Sunday afternoons. Remembering Henry Aaron special that we will have for you here in Wtmj, But we're gonna give you a little sneak peek as aware. Real quick here sneaking a call Dave for Morrison Ville. Hello, Dave. Hello. Where's Morrison? Ville? It's on the northwest corner of Dane County, north of northwest of the forest. Can you see the forest from the trees from town USA? I'm sorry. It's known as what Frog Town USA. Why more frogs per capita than any other city? Well used to be that way. But now we have the front pound front pond Bar and grill in our town that we enjoy fish prices. Burgers on do they serve fraud? They're like frog legs. I am not aware, but if they did, we would if you had money laundering on a request. If they did, that might explain why you don't have as many frogs as you once did. Well, we have lots of sandhill cranes. They they like to dine on them. Mm hmm. Wow. Thanks for calling Dick. Oh, I'm sorry, Hannah. Uh okay. Did your comment I derailed you. From the forest. Your comment on smoking. I gave up smoking when they went to a dollar a peck I don't have the change out Ready, Tonto by a package and his own all hits. We went up to a dollar not I said, Well, you can keep him. What year? Would that event? What year? Would that event? You have no idea. But my boss at work said they've anybody quit smoking for a year? They would get $100. So a year later, when I went back and collected my $100 see, see the financial incentive. Thank you, Dave. And go eat some frog legs tonight, and so fish fry appreciate it. You know, um Financial incentive. I'm telling you Man would get me to quit if I had to quit. That would that would work for me. Um Okay, 11 o'clock hour. Somebody sent me a text where they're going. Winner of the serious topics gonna be discussed. Well, you know, some days, I just don't feel like hit me over the head with Mass mandates and the latest from Washington. It's Friday. That's all the other two counts. Swearing is a sign of intelligence. And it helps manage pain. Did you know that? She started throwing around more curse words and swears in your in your future, aren't you? Two more guilty, do you? Yeah. I really swear I I'm not in middle school or high school. I'm just what does that mean? There's more prevalent back then. Are you kidding? Yeah, Of course, there's more swearing and great schools than in regular like adult world life. The people I'm around. I'm sure I mean, of course, people swear, But when you're trying to say about the people you're around what you trying to say about us? I'm just you know, I have never heard you swear, though. Well, that's because there's a nice, thick piece of glass between you and may during the commercial breaks. We'll get to that. We'll have the audio appreciate far Sunday special remembering Henry Aaron. And got something up my sleeve as well. We'll have some fun with Oh, the week in review and what a week it's.
"dane county" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Can be inserted into stealing an election and that is a problem that we need to stop it. There would be blood in the streets. If Donald Trump retained the presidency by 43,000 votes and a Election. Official Democratic election official like that testified About voter fraud in Detroit. In Pontiac and in Flint. Are you kidding me? I mentioned the Supreme Court decision. In Wisconsin that rejected the Lawsuit filed by the Trump team. But you probably don't know is that that was a very closely decided case. It was 43. And the Trump team was making Four different allegations. Here's what the Supreme Court. And Wisconsin said. Quote the campaign ask this court to reverse the determinations of the Dane County Board of Canvassers and the Milwaukee County Elections Commission was respect. Two categories of ballots, it argues, were unlawfully cast and outlines. The problems of future of deadlines and And the majority rejected it. Did you read the descent by the Supreme Court Justice of Wisconsin. Patients. Rogan sack. Quote. In the case now before us A significant portion of the public does not believe that the November 3 2020 presidential election was fairly conducted. Once again. Four justices on this court cannot be bothered with addressing what the statutes require to assure that the absentee ballots are lawfully cast are respectfully dissent from that decision. Then she outline exactly why You conclude with this Milwaukee County Board of Canvassers and the Dane County Board of Canvassers base their decisions on erroneous advice when they concluded that the changes clerks made two defective witnesses. Permissible. And the Dane County board aired again when it approved the 200 locations for ballot collection that comprise it was called democracy in the park. Majority does not bother addressing what the boards of canvassers did or should have done instead for members of this court throw the cloak of Laci's, which means that the Trump team took too long to file the lawsuit. They throw the quote the quote of Laci's over numerous problems that will be repeated again and again until this court has a current to correct them. Electorate expects more of us and we are capable of providing it because we do not are respectfully dissent in the quote that's the chief justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Here's another justice file another descent Annette Ziegler. Into the same thing. Oh, Despite the fact that the majority relies on Laci's to the do not declare the law in nearly all respects. Notably absent any explanation as to why this claim should not be treated like any other challenges. Therefore, The application of latches here is unfortunate and doomed to create more chaos and Maura uncertainty, undermine confidence and spawn. Needless Litigation. End of quote. When I come back, I'll talk to you about the other descent that was filed. Now, For years, I've been telling you about relief factor. Some said there might be 100 million folks suffering with some with some level of pain. Well, Peter's that Talbot, the father, son, owners of relief factor, They want to double their total number of happy customers this year. Here's how they're going to do it if you're struggling with back neck, shoulder, hip or knee pain. Whether general muscle aches and pains. Whether it's from exercises just everyday living. Why don't you try.
"dane county" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Stick around. Still become a preview into Sunday afternoons remembering Henry Aaron special that we will have for you here in Wtmj, but we're gonna give you a little sneak peek as it were real quick here sneaking a call Dave for Morrison Ville Hell, Dave. Oh, where's Morrison Ville? It's on the northwest corner of Dane County, north of northwest of the forest. Can you see the forest from the trees from town USA? I'm sorry. It's not his watch. From town USA. Why more frogs per capita than any other city? Well used to be that way. But now we have sprung pound front pond Bar and grill in our town that we enjoy fish prices. Burgers on do they serve frogs? They're like frog legs. I am not aware if they did, we would if you had money, 100 on a request. If they did, that might explain why you don't have as many frogs as you once did. Well, we have lots of sandhill cranes. They they like to dine on them. Mm hmm. Well, thanks for calling. Oh, I'm sorry, Hanna. Okay. Your comment. I derailed you. From the forest. Your comment on smoking. I gave up smoking when they went to a dollar a peck Death O on the change out Ready, Tonto by a package and his own. All three went up the dollar not I said, Well, you can keep him. What year? Would that event? What year without a bit. Have you have no idea But my boss at work said they have anybody quit smoking for a year. They would get $100. So you're later but I went back and collected my $100 see? See the financial incentive. Thank you, Dave. And go eat some frog legs tonight, and so fish fry appreciate it. You know, um Financial incentive. I'm telling you Man would get me to quit if I had to quit. That would that would work for me. Um Okay, 11 o'clock hour. Somebody sent me a text really going winner? All the serious topics gonna be discussed? Well, you know, Some days. I just don't feel like hit me over the head with Mass mandates and the latest from Washington. It's Friday. It's Elliot that two counts. Swearing is a sign of intelligence. And it helps manage pain. Did you know that? See you start throwing around more curse words and swears in your in your future, aren't you? Any more guilty, do you? Yeah. I really swear I I'm not in middle school or high school. I'm just what does that mean? It's more prevalent back then. Are you kidding? Yeah, of course, there's more swearing and great schools than in regular like adult world life. The people I'm around. I'm sure I mean, of course, people swear, but I'm trying to say about the people you're around. Were you trying to say about us? E. I've never heard you swear, though. Well, that's because there's a nice foot thick piece of glass between you and may during the commercial breaks. We'll get to that. We'll have the audio appreciate far Sunday, special remembering Henry Aaron. And, uh, got something up my sleeve as well. We'll have some fun with Oh, the week in review and what a week it's.
"dane county" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Dr John Odom, who earned his PhD from the University of Wisconsin Madison. Totem forged. His legacy is a lifetime champion for civil rights and racial equality, as he advocated for and mentored countless women and men. Dr Oldham, the author of several books and countless newspaper and magazine articles, served on the boards of Dane County, Big Brothers and Sisters, the Urban League, the Greater Madison Convention and Visitors Bureau. Edgewood High School Board of trustees and on the Diversity oversight Committee for the University of Wisconsin Madison on behalf of the governor's office. On pleased to announce that Dr John Odom is posthumously awarded the Wisconsin 2021. Um, okay Heritage Award. My name is Nikki Autumn Dibley. And I am accepting this award on behalf of my father, Dr John Y Odum. Thank you to Governor Evers for recognizing my father's lifelong commitment to civil rights and the equal treatment of all people in the state of Wisconsin and the city of Madison. Special. Thank you to my mother and Yotam, my father's cheerleader supporter in confident for 50 years. When preparing these remarks, I decided to let my father's words speak for me as they represent the essence of his civil rights philosophy in his book Saving Black America and my Father wrote There comes a time to swim against the current to struggle upstream in order to redirect the flow to achieve the time on her goals of justice, equality and fairness more efficiently and effectively. If this year has taught us anything, it's that there's still a lot of work to do. Wisconsin faces a unique set of civil rights challenges. While my dad was encouraged by the visible progress that has been made, he would encourage each of us to pick up the baton. Big and get to work. Thank you again on behalf of my father, Dr John Autumn and the ODA family. In 2000 and 11. Wisconsin's M Okay celebration featured guest Speaker Michelle Alexander, a highly acclaimed civil rights lawyer advocate and legal scholar. At the time. Alexander, who held the joint appointment at the Courant Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, and the Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University, had just published her book. The new Jim Crow, Mass incarceration in the age of Color blindness. This is Alexander speaking Monday, January 17th 2011. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for having me it is beyond an honor to be here to join in this extraordinary celebration of Reverend Martin Luther King Junior's Life and his legacy. We're living in confusing times today. It's a time of great paradox. One is tempted on a day like today to focus entirely on Dr King's achievements and his contributions the way he helped to transform our nation and our collective public consciousness. If there is one principle, Dr King demonstrated consistently. As much of his as his commitment to Nonviolence. It was his commitment to the principle of honesty. Principle of telling the whole truth. About matters of race, and as he put it, quite bluntly, just months before his death, he said, quote..
"dane county" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Anti police violence, organizing and building grassroots community political power. Mutual aid is an effective way to provide for one another in times of need will not relying on existing institutions. The groups are calling on community members to join them to show broad community powered opposition to far right sieges and power grabs in Wisconsin, Madison and Dane County announced the 2021 recipients of the Martin Luther King Jr Humanitarian Award, recognizing its reuse women whose work reflects the values of Dr King and their state representative Sheila Stubbs, the lad and she and Sarah Adams. Words will be presented at the 36th annual king holiday observance on Monday. Stubbs, who is also Dane County supervisor, is the first African American to represent the county in the state's legislature. She was also the first African American woman to chair several county board and state committees. G and activist and founder of defending black, girlhood and black women. Hell is being recognized for her work on highlighting the experiences of black girls and women. G is also an artist whose work appeared alongside other state Street murals during the protests. After George Floyd's death by Minnesota police as a teenager freedom ink Black Queer Youth coordinator Sarah Adams joined the group more than eight years ago. She leads an LGBT Q plus group for Black and.
"dane county" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Eight o'clock I'm Jean Miller. This is Wisconsin's Morning news for Friday, January 15th your top story a new plan to end the pandemic gets into motion and Jane that near Game day, Still a big day in Green Bay. I'm Brian D. It's LeFlore versus the mentor. I'm Debbie laws ago. We still got a pretty clear right across the system. Eastbound 90 four's at 17 minutes Highway 16 all the way to downtown saying for the westbound side 41 south on highway Q to the zoo will be 15. Some found 43 no problems. They're looking at 12 minutes to make it from round here, rode all the way to downtown North found on 94 from Ryan rode all the way to downtown. That'll be a 13 minute ride so all clear there as well. Traffic and weather together on the tens of nebulas, aka wtmj paella, wi dot com Time saver traffic, scattered flurries and drizzle today with a high of 38 light snow Tonight Low of 30. It's 34 degrees in Milwaukee at 801 from the WTMJ Breaking News Center President elect Biden announcing his economic package to fight the pandemic. Mr Biden's covert relief plan will dig another $1.9 trillion hole in the national budget. Oh, I know what I just described does not come cheaply. Failure to do so cost us dearly. The president elect, saying his request will speed vaccine delivery Reopen schools prevent evictions extend unemployment in food assistance until the nation recovers from the pandemic. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington, Part of the plan calls for giving school district's $170 billion so they can hopefully re open in spring. TMJ, four is Mary Jo Ola. That can only be done when it's safe. The president of the Milwaukee Teachers Education Association thinks the plan is a start, but adds there is a monumental amount of work left at the national, state and local level. We have to work backwards from what measures and getting criteria would ensure that our students and public education staff are safe. Most of that money could be used for several things, including Modify spaces for social distancing Wisconsin school districts have been offering a mix of virtual and online learning. Since last spring MPs has been virtual since the pandemic began. If you ask, you shall receive that the experience when a Dane County nonprofit as for mass donations during the pandemic, and boy did they receive thanks to the Ford Motor Company, the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County will be able to give away their goal of one million masks to people in need. President, CEO of the club. Michael Johnson remembers how things were at the beginning of the pandemic. Whom may I was wearing underwear on my face everything else to put on my face, and I saw people who you know, cutting up the shirts and covering their faces. Not anymore. They received other generous donations, including one from UPS, given half a million bottles of hand sanitizer. Barkley WTMJ news So far they've given away 600. The 5000 mass target Tampa Packers playoff coverage on WTMJ ticketed fans heading the Lambo field tomorrow, neighboring bars and restaurants hoping for a much needed opportunity. With the team Welcoming in 6500.
Wisconsin Supreme Court rejects Trump camp's bid to toss ballots
"In a four to three ruling today. The wisconsin supreme court has rejected eleventh-hour election challenge from president trump's campaign trump seeking throw more than two hundred thousand votes in two of wisconsin's most liberal counties emily files of member station. W. w. has the story. trump's campaign wanted to disqualify four types of ballots cast in milwaukee and dane counties including in person absentee ballots and absentee ballots from voters who consider themselves indefinitely confined. The court's three liberal leaning justices were joined by one conservative leaning justice in rejecting the case they said the lawsuit came too late and some of its claims. Were meritless the ruling was issued. Just an hour before wisconsin cast. It's ten electoral college. Votes for president. Elect joe biden. Biden narrowly won wisconsin by about twenty one thousand votes for npr news. I'm emily files in milwaukee
Wisconsin high court won't let Trump campaign bypass lower court
"The Wisconsin Supreme Court is saying no to President Trump the state's high court, refusing to hear the president's Attempt to overturn his election loss to Joe Biden. The court ruled on Thursday. The case must first wind its way through the lower courts. The president's legal team is re filing the lawsuit in Milwaukee and Dane counties. Meanwhile, Republican Congressman Mike Gallagher tells WTMJ that Joe Biden won the Badger State It appears buying one by 20,000 votes. But the Trump campaign is within its rights to exhaust their options in court. Make sure every legal vote is counted and investigate any legitimate claims of
Biden still winner in Wisconsin after recount is completed
"Has finished finished its recount of votes cast in the presidential election file Results show only minuscule changes. Joe Biden is the winner in the state. Trump gained 45 votes and Dane County. Biden won the state by nearly 20,600 votes, and his margin in Milwaukee and Dane counties was about 2 to 1 trumps Texas and and Wisconsin Wisconsin will will likely likely be be in in court. court.
Biden Gains Votes In Recount Of Milwaukee County Requested By Trump
"Campaigns. Claims of widespread voter fraud are also in play in Wisconsin, where a recount is underway. Yesterday, Milwaukee County finished its recount and awarded more votes to President elect Joe Biden in Dane County. The recount should be wrapped up by tomorrow.
Trump pursues recount of 2 liberal Wisconsin counties
"I'm to Maguire. President Trump is pursuing a recount of two liver Wisconsin catties for the presidential election. The recounts in Milwaukee and Dane counties could begin as soon as Thursday and must be done by December. 1st Dean Knudson, a Republican member of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, said President Trump raised quote significant legal questions that have never been
Trump campaign transfers $3 million to Wisconsin for recount
"After the two thousand sixteen presidential election green party candidate. Jill stein spent three point five million dollars on a statewide recount in wisconsin which then increased donald trump's total by one hundred thirty one votes. Donald trump called that recount a scam and called on voters to accept the results of the election today. The trump campaign wired three million dollars to the wisconsin election commission to pay for a recount of ballots. In just two of the state's counties the two most democratic counties milwaukee county and dane county joe biden beat donald trump in those two counties by a total of three hundred sixty four thousand two hundred ninety eight votes and joe biden. Beat donald trump in the state of wisconsin by twenty thousand five hundred sixty five votes today. George christianson and scott mcdonnell the clerks for milwaukee and dane counties. Said this about recounts. I'm not surprised that they selected dean and counties they certainly didn't select them for a regularities they sunk to them because they're democratic strongholds. Of course a so frustrating. You know we were trained georgia and i trained for a year and a half or more for this kind of this information from the kremlin That's what we were trying to figure out. We're gonna try to mitigate that information on it out a lot of these bo- never thought it would be coming from from ourselves from from within the united states joining us. Now is wisconsin attorney general. Josh kaul general call. Can you tell us what you expect. In this recount process and whether it will lead to any possible of election litigation trying to overturn the results. Well i the recount itself is virtually certain to confirm what we know. Which is that. Joe biden scott's by about twenty thousand votes as you mentioned before we have recount for years ago and the change in net votes for the candidates about one hundred and thirty one votes. We haven't after twenty eleven states court races. Well and kind. Statewide recounts are in the hundreds. Nothing even approaching twenty thousand boats and the trump campaign does seem to be a little confused about how this process works because in re competition they raised a variety of legal claims but the time for legal claims relating to lose the election is well before the election. There's even a doctrine that says you can't our plans to close to election because you need to have certainty about rules are now bring those arguments. After voting. his happened after ballots have been cast after about twenty thousand more. Wisconsin voted for. Joe biden voted for donald trump. It's too late for those kinds of challenges. So will this delay the certification of results in wisconsin. It shouldn't recount needs to be done by december first and that's the deadline for certifying results. So absence some sort of order or something else that interferes with process moving forward certification will have to happen on december first so it sounds like the trump campaign believes that this is not just counting votes. But it's some kind of evidentiary discovery of some sort in which they might at the end of the process. End up with a legal claim. Is that even possible. If all we're doing is counting votes. That's what they're suggesting you know. But that's not how the rejoin process works as you said a recount is about recounting the votes. It's about confirming that. The numbers were accurate. They may very well. File a legal challenge as the recounts going on or at the end of it but any kind of like that is certain to fail. We've seen the trump campaign's success in court post-election and they keep losing case after case in the reason is because their claims have no merit and if they were challenging staunton I'm confident that it would be swiftly rejected courts so attorney general. Call knowing everything you know about this The vote count as it is the recount process as it will work. Wisconsin's history with recounts the likely on numerical changes as a result of recount Would you say tonight that. We know who the winner of the state of wisconsin is. Yeah there's no question about who's won the state of wisconsin. Donald trump is basically the equivalent position. Somebody who bought lottery tickets but he's Ticket after the lottery has happened. It's it's over and we know who has won this election.
President Trump continues to deny election defeat
"President Trump continues to deny defeat asking for recount of votes and too heavily Democratic counties in Wisconsin. The president lost Milwaukee and Dane counties by nearly 365,000 votes as Joe Biden won Wisconsin by about 21,000. The Trump campaign says the two counties were the site of the worst irregularities. With citing no evidence of wrongdoing. Damn state elections officials say there was none. Still, the campaign's paid $3 million for a recount. In both counties, recounts in Wisconsin and elsewhere have historically
Wisconsin Supreme Court says mailing of absentee ballots should be halted
"The conservative controlled Wisconsin Supreme Court today ordered a halt in the manly of absentee ballots until it gives the go ahead or makes any future the ballot. In the critical battleground state. The order injects confusion and Voting in Wisconsin a week before a state's deadline for absentee ballots file in less than two months before the November 3rd presidential election. Polls show a tight race in the state between President Trump and Democrat Joe Biden. Local election clerks sounded the alarm. About what But even a temporary delay in the process would mean Dane County Clerk Scott Macdonald called it potentially a huge disaster. He said. In Madison alone, there were 100,000 requests for absentee ballots on file. An election staff planned to work all weekend on mailing them out. If the court would order changes to the ballot, Dane County would have to print package sort and deliver half a million new ballots, he
Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down Wisconsin's stay-at-home order that closed businesses to limit spread of coronavirus
"A piece of audio from a state Supreme Court justice this was from esquire magazine in discussing the governor's order to stay at home the assistant Attorney General Colin Ross appeared to be rethinking his career choice Bradley the Supreme Court justice went full on Glenn Beck never go full on Glenn back this is what the press called full on Glenn back listen to this judge my question for you is where in the constitution to the people of Wisconsin confer a sorority on the singles on elected cabinet secretary to compel almost six million people to stay at home and close their businesses and face imprisonment if they don't comply with no input from the legislature without the consent of the people isn't it the very definition of tyranny for one person to order people to be imprisoned for going to work among other ordinarily lawful activities where does the constitution say that's permissible council one of the bravest guys and the guy who appointed her to the Supreme Court successful governor economic education healthcare reformer Scott Walker joins us now governor how are you Sir Eglin even better today because of the Supreme Court yesterday sure okay so the Supreme Court yesterday in Wisconsin struck down the stay at home order what does that mean well there was no stay so it means technically anyone anywhere in the state of Wisconsin could be opened the one caveat to that is welcome to the home rule states so there are still the ability of local jurisdiction so a handful of communities city Milwaukee city of R. we're seeing a Dane county or state capitals at all very Liberal Democrat areas there governor should be there mayors and or account executives issued similar orders to what the governor's administration will done but for everybody else it means technically any retail establishment or whatever's open last night around the state there are other places out there although and I heard the tail end of year your last segment in the end the governor I've said for weeks the government can get out of the way but ultimately the market will determine when businesses reopen when employees feel safe to come back in when the when customers ultimately come back as well but it the first step is getting the government out of the way so Z. the get the new governor the guy who I think replaced you it had issued the stay at home order he said yesterday last night on CNN this puts our state in the chaos now we have no plan no protections for the people when you have more people in a small space I don't care if it's bars restaurants or the home you're going to be able to spread the virus today thanks to the Republican legislators convinced for Supreme Court justices not to look at the law but look at their political careers I guess it's a bad day for Wisconsin because now it's the wild west commented when it's it's like it's like they've suspended common sense not only in his statement but not others across the country we see this over and over again we've been operating for nearly two months now with the threat of this coronavirus in every time anyone goes in a grocery store every time someone goes into a pharmacy every time someone goes to the hardware store every time someone shows up in a in a manufacturing plant that is deemed essential by the government they've been able to do that overwhelmingly across the country safely so to me it just defies common sense that now certainly since the so called nonessential businesses can open finally because those justices actually upheld the law they did exactly opposite what he said they actually upheld the law now does that mean the people who've been operating safe we're certainly going to go crazy and and not use the same watching the done before of course not you know here here's here's the thing first of all I think you guys had the election when every but when nobody knew what was gonna happen and with that it shows that no there was no spread to from you guys holding L. holding the election which quite honestly at the time I would have found surprising but there was no problem for holding the election yeah I guess the the governor didn't learn his lesson from that one and when did we go from a let's not overwhelm the system let's not overwhelm hospitals and doctors and the nurses let's flatten the curve to nobody's going out until everybody is safe yeah it it's it's the flat occur versus now we have to find a cure before anyone can set foot out there the logic I went back and looked two months ago yesterday I wrote a piece on Facebook about how we need to be rational we needed to follow the guidelines we probably shouldn't have Dick's sporting events or concerts for awhile so we could figure this out but that we could do these things without shutting down the economy we just had to use our common sense we had to be purposeful interactions to make sure we're safe the same is true today over two months we flatten the curve but do you still have government officials whose immediately seem like they're hiding under their beds open a guide somehow this will just go away it's not going away it's not going to change anytime soon and if we don't win this year register Connie devastate but think of all the people across America who missed out on doctor's visits in clinics and other checkups who missed out on early detection I mean this is literally a life threatening issue even when it comes to re opening the economy so governor do you really believe that these people are hiding under their beds or is there something else involved I mean there is we have to balance things and that is what a leader does he gets advice from the FAO cheese and they save Valjean just tell me about the health effects and then somebody else has to advise is didn't tell me just about the economic effects and then I have to make choices as a leader on what we do we are now looking at a group of people in Washington and it seems to be falling on party lines that they for some reason we just don't want to open the economy and no one is talking about the deadly effects of America going down the drain or going into a deep depression not only the affects financially but the effects of health and welfare all over the globe millions could die because we go down it even amazing the group that are not aligned with that don't normally reference but even a United Nations report recently just this week showed that grave concerns about massive I mean we're talking crippling poverty around the world because of the economic effects here in their point was that this will actually have a much larger devastating impact on the Taliban casualties because of malnutrition because of the depression because of suicide because of all sorts of issues I think it's a combination of summer parade and some have an agenda when I look at Nancy Pelosi's and we could talk all day about her ridiculous three trillion dollar bill that's out there but one of the things I think's been ignored about what you did put out this week is they've got a provision that would extend the federal unemployment enhanced benefits till January one that tells me Democrats believe our whole some have an agenda that they want the economy not to open until after the start of the year which conveniently happens to be after the presidential election I I got to say if you're an American not a Republican not a Democrat now to conserve not a liberal but Americans that should scare the crap idea we should be doing something about it so do you think that the American people are I mean I think that my father used to say there is no such thing as bad it doesn't it nothing is bad it's depends on how you react to it that will make it a bad thing in your life for good thing you can go to prison for robbing a bank that's not bad that is something that you could use now to reforge yourself and and become better the corona virus I think has helped a lot of people get perspective on their life it is showing us that we need family and shows us that you know this arguing back and forth with the politics is really the Washington doesn't have the power we have the power we could use this to wake up on the bill of rights etcetera etcetera or we will allow it to destroy us do you think the American people are waking up on both sides of the aisle and saying wait a minute wait a minute these essential bill of rights liberties are really important I I do have some more slowly than others but but I do think they're waking up yesterday's ruling in the Wisconsin Supreme Court was a good step in the right direction because as I said after the ruling came out you know though okay holding the rule of law is important even in an emergency it's an important event and I'm optimistic it as frustrated as I am as as challenging as times are I think about American particular country that started out in defeating the greatest military power at the time who overcame a civil war that would have torn apart just to any other country in the world you ever came to me two world wars took on nine eleven were Americans and were country based on freedom and as long as we cherish those freedoms and liberties even in times like this I have no doubt we can overcome anything the part of that means of free will and the ability to engage in free enterprise that's something that I think it's fundamentally a part of who we are it's what king Solomon talked about finding joy in your labor I often say nobody signed by my high school yearbook saying good luck becoming it depend on the government we all no matter who we can where we come from what we look like we all in our hearts we want to work we want to find join our labor we need to get the government on lease and get it out of the way so that we can go back to work and and restore
Voters reject Trump's pick in chaotic Wisconsin court race
"A closely watched Wisconsin state Supreme Court race has been decided with a liberal challenger defeating an incumbent conservative justice however election was held last week in broiled in controversy because Wisconsin's democratic governor wanted a postponement because of the corona virus pandemic so voters wouldn't be crowded together in long lines at polling places he was overruled by the conservative led state Supreme Court polling results now show Dane county judge Jill Karofsky is the winner pushing out conservative Dan Kelly who was backed by president trump Crosskeys victory narrows conservative control of Wisconsin's highest court to afford three split Joe Biden and president trump won their parties respective primaries I'm Jackie Quinn
Voters reject Trump's pick in chaotic Wisconsin court race
"The primary election was held last week in broiled in controversy because Wisconsin's democratic governor wanted a postponement because of the corona virus pandemic so voters wouldn't be crowded together in long lines at polling places he was overruled by the conservative led state Supreme Court polling results now show Dane county judge Jill Karofsky is the winner pushing out conservative Dan Kelly who was backed by president trump Crosskeys victory narrows conservative control of Wisconsin's highest court to afford three split Joe Biden and president trump won their parties respective primaries I'm Jackie Quinn
Two more COVID-19 deaths reported in Wisconsin
"Wisconsin public health managers are reporting more cases of the corona virus and two more deaths from the W. I send his room Benjamin Johnson as Wisconsin's coronavirus count closes in on six hundred confirmed cases public health managers in the state see more than ten thousand people have been confirmed to not be sick state department health services yesterday confirmed that officially five hundred eighty five people in the state are sick with the virus seven people died from it thousands more than tested clear DHS confirmed two deaths yesterday one in Milwaukee county the other Dane county
Wisconsin Confirms First Case Of Coronavirus
"County coronavirus landing in the badger state the first confirmed case announcing Wisconsin this afternoon health officials are not releasing much on the patient other than they are an adult in Dane county the person traveling to Madison from China went directly from the airport to the hospital they've been in isolation ever since at their own home Madison mayor sake roads Conway says moment they're checking in on the patient regular they're doing while they're still in isolation at home and will remain there Intel testing shows that they no longer have the coronavirus health leaders in Dane county say the chance of contracting corona virus remains
Students demand school reinstate security guard fired over racial slur
"Unfired Madison school district security guard is getting plenty of support in his efforts to get his job back district fired Marlon Anderson this month when he said a racial slur against a student Anderson claims the students that it first and he repeated it to get the student to stomp on Friday students and staff at west high school where he worked March to the district office to demand a change in policy district leaders are trying to speed up a grievance review Anderson has a minute to get his job back until then he does have a temporary job offer from the boys and girls club of Dane county and has the support of
Jury awards $450,000 to father of Sandy Hook victim in defamation case
"Sandy hook father who sued for defamation AS one four hundred and fifty thousand dollars a jury in Wisconsin awarded four hundred fifty thousand Bucks to the father of six year old killed in the twenty twelve a shooting in Newton Newtown Connecticut is the sandy hook shooting after a judge ruled that the man had been defamed by the publication of a book denying that a shooting ever took place yep on Tuesday a jury in Dane county determine the amount that Leonard Posner whose son Noah was the youngest of the twenty six victims killed in the massacre should be awarded after a judge ruled that the book is that books authors James Fetzer Mike politic had to thirteen Mister Posner in their book factor and pallet Jack claim that Posner faked his son's death certificate as a part of a hoax staged by the government to take guns away from Americans because it couldn't just be that a crazy person one and shot up the school it had to be this other thing that Sir is in America's professor of philosophy at the university of Minnesota Duluth who lives in Wisconsin he called the decision absurd and said he planned to appeal to the Wisconsin state journal according to the Wisconsin state journal of Bolton who is Mr factors lawyer did not return calls for