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"david schafer" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"david schafer" Discussed on WSB-AM

"It's a three The Braves. They're the champions of the East 2020 deputy recipes Bill Kayak chose reporting live this one breaks a major league record. Yes, God. It's the Braves 20th division title more than any team in major league history and much of their success this season is due to the long ball hits a solo homer with two outs and the Brave strike first in the first ship. Carry on Fox Sports is Marcel Ozuna hits one of his two home runs in the 11 1 win over the Marlins that locks up the Eastern division manager Brian Snitker says everyone in the organ Ization deserves credit for navigating through this pandemic shortened season. I'm very proud of the club, the coaches the strength staff, the trainer, he says. They'll carry plenty of confidence in the post season. They should feel good about things and be very optimistic about our future. The Braves hope to change their recent postseason history. They haven't won a playoff series since 2001 the best of three opening round. Siri's begins next Wednesday at truest Park. Reporting live Bill Koto 95.5 WSB. I'll tell you how temperatures bounce around into the weekend in five minutes. I'm WSB neurologist Kirk made around Start Phil Jackson Airport. The East Side perimeter inter loop is all jammed up travel advisory two right lanes but knocked out for a while now, with a crash on the loop duty five South Dowd Out of I 20 just before Flat Shoals Road exit 48 Continue Utilizing I 20 west to Can the road had cells That shoals becomes I to 85 in the region Heavily trafficked by 850.5 U. S. P. WSB news Times. 6 32. This is Atlanta's morning news. Here's Marcy would haves and take about him. That's a mixed bag of news when it comes to what the White House coronavirus task Force has to say about Georgia, double the ESPYs. Michelle, right reports live while the numbers airdropping. We're not out of the woods yet. Yeah, that's right, starting off with the good news. The state's positivity rate dropped by 1.3% over the past week, and there's also a dip in the number of people hospitalized with the virus, but well start Health's Dr Dani Barnes daughter tells Channel two X news. That's where the good news stops, but we still The patients who are severely ill, so this does not mean that the virus is less causing less of disease. The report also reveals three quarters of the States counties still have moderate to high spread and that keeps Georgia in the red Zone ranked at 14 nationwide, with the number of positive cases reporting live, Michelle RIGHT, 95.5 WSB SWAT standoff in East Cobb County ends with a man in custody. Police say they were called to a home on Kingsley Drive after reports that the man fired at least 20 shots both inside and outside the house. It's not known if he was shooting at anyone. Pacific Lee, the neighborhoods put on lock down for more than six hours before the suspect was arrested. No one was hurt, but some of the bullets may have hit nearby home. President Trump's expected to name his picks Saturday to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Senate Republicans, including George's David Perdue forge ahead despite refusing to vote on then President Obama Supreme Court choice four years ago. Claiming that was too close to the election. I would personally like to see a movie with your face. It's our job. I don't think any advantage this after the election produced, tells WSB Erick Erickson, his conscience is clear. Republicans believe they have enough votes to confirm the president's pick. More Americans appear to be inspired to vote following Friday's death of Ruth Bader Ginsberg. The nonprofit vote dot org's says almost 41,000 people registered to vote over the weekend. A jump of almost 70% says almost 140,000 People also verified their voter registration last week alone. Tens of thousands more requested a mail in ballots. STATE A national Republicans seek to block a ruling from a U. S District judge allowing absentee ballots in Georgia to be counted up to three days after the election. If they're postmarked by Election Day, only Main 17 counties so her orders implemented you've got two different standards for different parts of the state to state GOP chair David Schafer claims The move violates Georgia law in the U. S constitution. But proponents say it's needed with more people voting absentee because of the pandemic. Let the debate Begin Rolling stones out with its best album of All Time, the publication declared Marvin Gaye's What's Going on as the best album of all Time. This year's list includes 86 albums from this century and 154 Our new additions that we're not on the 2003 or 2012 version. Nika Megha has reports Rolling Stone concludes that the classics are still the classics, but the cannon keeps getting bigger and better. WSB news Times 6 35 25 Sevens Time to update the weather and traffic picture WS meteorologist truck, Miller says Atlanta's most accurate too dependable forecast before today, run in eight on the Mellish meter, partly to mostly cloudy high about 75 low 61. Tomorrow. Mostly cloudy showers. 60% likely during the day 90% of night High 70 Low 65 Friday showers 60% likely high 75 low 67. Recapping the forecast for today partly to mostly cloudy in Ojai. About 75 I'm meteorologist Kirk Knowledge 95.5 WSB 62 degrees now in mid town, Atlanta Checking the morning drive again. Here's Mark McKay really bad spot to have a lingering Viguerie crash, But we have it this morning Travel advisory to Cab County two T five westbound before flat shoals that exit 48. That's the inner loop of the perimeter. Things really stacking up back toward Glenwood on the loop, and now I 20 right lane delays leaving Wesley Chapel Road. 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"david schafer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

06:19 min | 2 months ago

"david schafer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Nathan deal was was governor of Georgia's Republican. He really did not stored and care for the Republican Party in Georgia. He cared forgetting Nathan deal elected not for the party. and Brian Kemp has his own campaign apparatus and wants to take care of himself and the Republican. Party in the state is struggling. And potentially the party could lose its own footing in Georgia. because of pass squandering resources that David Schafer's don't trying to make up for. It is not so much that Joe Biden would win Georgia but that the Republicans would lose Georgia and very possible for that to happen. given. What's happening on the ground here? But overwhelmingly around the nation, the Biden campaigns cautious approach is right because in the summer we see polling rebound favorably for the Democrats. And then. It all goes away. It is a summer pulling phenomenon. It Benefits the Democrats and you will see this happen at the presidential level as well I doubt you will continue see Joe Biden pulling away from Donald. Trump, he will get closer. The question is just how close. And what states do open up if Joe? Biden really is ahead right now in Michigan Pennsylvania Wisconsin and Iowa. Joe Biden is going to be the next president of the United States and the trump campaign that they're spinning resources in Georgia that they could spend in. Those states should bother. People Georgia's got to be a overstate regardless because the trump campaign is spinning money here in that signals to Biden that the trump campaign know something, and so they're gonNA come into the state as well at the bottom of the hour analysis going to join me. She's the twenty twenty season legal adviser to the trump campaign, talking about law and order issues that the president's team definitely sees polling that shows. This is an issue for them in the suburbs and they're right. They are right. Let me I've got a a broader array of listeners. than a lot of people in large part because I just hate everybody. And I'm willing to tell you what I think is opposed what I think you want to hear. And so how many of you? Are Concerned. By the rioters. How many of you are concerned? By the eight year old being gunned down on University Avenue in Atlanta. Because, the police wouldn't patrol the area because the mayor and the district attorney didn't have their back. How many of you are concerned about these things? I bet. You are. Law and order is ineffective message for the President's campaign. Now I have said in the past I I think he should phrase it in a different way. He's going to keep you safe. He's going to get you back to work. I am. That is a winning message for the trump campaign. He's GonNa. Keep you safe, but he's going to get you to work. To do that. We got to contain the virus and to do that. We've got to contain these radical leftists out there who are smashing windows. And burning buildings and attacking people. And I genuinely think. That canceled. Culture plays into that. I WANNA play you. Some of this is Kelly mckinney the white. House Press Secretary about the glorious foods. CEO Bob izzy absolute embodiment of the American dream and a great man, and it's very shameful what the left does! This is canceled culture. If you associate with this president, if you associated with the Republican Party, we've gotTA cancel you out of this. Society derived you demonize you and a very personal way. It's unfortunate, but this is the kind of basket of deplorables politics that the left routinely engages in They will shame anyone who associated with this administration, but the silent majority stand strong, and it's shameful what they did to. You know I it really is something that resonates with most Americans right now that you go to the white. House the President of the United. States of America invites you to the Executive Mansion. and. You say something Nice about this president and his policies to get people back to work in the same way. You shared. About the last President Bronco, Hussein Obama. And even though you were had good relationships with. The last president. And you have good relationships with this current administration. You must be condemned and boycotted because you dare to show up. That is canceled culture. She's absolutely right it. Listen though I gotTA. Tell you so I wrote a piece yesterday where I just laid bare my criticisms of this president and his campaign, and also of Joe Biden his campaign, and just how we have no leaders anymore in this country right now everyone is in it for themselves and I'm grossed out by all of it. And I had people demand refunds for their subscription my newsletter, they were so outraged that I would dare to tell them what I have said for five years now about the president. I've given the man money. I've given a thousand dollars to the reelection campaign Donald Trump, and I still have problems with the man I don't particularly care for him and I. Don't think he has good character. But given the choice between him and Biden A. It's kind of a no brainer. Although. There are days like I said yesterday. I I'm wondering. Why should I even vote? But people couldn't handle me saying that. It is not a phenomenon of the left. It is a across the board phenomenon. But it is more so the left when it comes to cultural institutions because the left tests such cloud in the media, and they can shame in demean this but what I find most remarkable. Is that most of the protesters of the goya foods situation. We're a bunch of white liberals. who were not donating the food to food banks for the poor? They were throwing it away. And that tells you that this is all religious, not really anything of conviction. Serious for here is eight, seven, seven, nine, seven, Eric, eight, seven,.

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"david schafer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:40 min | 2 months ago

"david schafer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"He is of that set, and yet he is deaf, initially a conservative father. Because he knows himself. The Biden team. That is a long way to get to this point the Biden. Team knows elections by Joe Biden, surrounded himself with people who know elections. They know Trinh's. They know the past. And they want to win. And so they are being conservative. You have a bunch of New People in politics who want to have Biden expand every single summer lately. I've gone back actually and looked in two thousand six. When Sonny Perdue was running for reelection against Mark Taylor. In the Summer Sonny Perdue was behind in the polls against Mark Taylor. who who is Nathan deal running against Nathan deal twenty two in gubernatorial race. Who who was I can't even remember who he was running against Georgia or was that that wasn't Mardi Gras he he rating Roy Barnes that's right Roy Barnes of the comeback. In two thousand ten. Fifty three to forty three. And now I totally forgot. Roy Barnes at run again. Good Gracious And there was a time during the summer that Roy Barnes was ahead of Nathan deal I just looked and saw who was hit in the polling and it was It was the it was It was Democrat didn't listen name. I in twenty fourteen. It was Jason Carter. who was ahead of Royal Nathan deal. It was also Michelle Nunn who was head of David, purdue in the summer. In two thousand eighteen Stacey Abrams was ahead of Brian Kemp. In an all of those cases in all of those situations, they revert to the mean. They reverted to the mean. And I think it is worth pointing that out. That they have reverted to the mean. Time. And Texas does the same what do I mean by reverting to the meanwhile a states that tend to vote Republican tend to vote Republican states that vote Democrat to vote. Democrat, you gotTa have some level of disruption there. What happens is you will see the polling shift. You see this in California, sometimes to during the summer in California Republicans look like they've got a potential for a win there. They pour money into the into the election and they lose because California. Woman Liza Democrat state Georgia fundamentally, even in the suburbs is a republican state. And you've got to have a real showing, I will tell you fundamentally behind the scenes Republicans in Georgia very nervous about the state, and they're nervous for a number of reasons, and this is why you're starting to see Joe Biden spent a little bit of money here. He spending a little bit of money in Texas, but not really just for show. The fact that the trump campaign is spending money. Georgia's bigger tell that that they're worried about Georgia than Biden spending money here. Fed that the president will be here in the state tomorrow on a campaign swing state. TO TALK ABOUT TRANSPORTATION SPENDING His attell that they're worried about Georgia. The Biden campaign however. Wants to be cautious because Hillary Clinton's team decided at the last minute. Hey, let's go to Georgia and they lost it. Brock Obama was being persuaded very hard, pushed very hard to divert resources to Georgia against Mitt Romney in two thousand twelve. He did not, and he was smart Mitt Romney it. Part of what is going on here as well in Georgia is that the Stacey Abrams campaign really believes the twenty twenty two is the moment for Georgia and that the Democrats need to invest resources in twenty twenty to help her and twenty twenty two, so she and the Democrats in Georgia, the dog and pony show did to try to convince Joe. Biden Georgia's winnable when it's really not so that they'll invest resources in ground game here that they can the use in twenty twenty two. Georgia's not really play except that the president himself thinks it's in play. And there are train lines in the suburbs that are bad for Donald, trump and bad for republicans. It is not that the suburbs you do need understand this. It is not that the suburbs in Georgia. Are Shifting to the Democrats culturally or philosophically. It is that they are shifting to stability? And suburban voters particularly White Women in the suburbs view Joe Biden as a force of stability. They are tired of the chaos. They don't feel safe. They're tired of the virus. They're tired of the chaos and they feel the Joe Biden. Safe A, and that's how Donald Trump secures Georgia is. He makes them feel safe again makes them feel stable again. There are signs however that the GOP is in trouble in the ground game in the suburbs and Georgia and could lose state legislature, which would allow Democrats to redraw the lines and state for the state legislature in Congress. Now! How's that well because the Republicans of the state are down on the Ground Game Republicans in Georgia down on fundraising. To the state had been depending on national resources, just like in two thousand eighteen, and those resources are not shaping up, and that is causing all sorts of problems, and all sorts of angst in their desperately worried about the House of Representatives in Georgia. This should be a year where the Republicans actually gained background in Georgia and it looks like they could lose ground because they're outmanned, outgunned out funded then have the ground game the State party David Schafer. Who is the Republican Party Chairman and Georgia is is just burning the candle at both ends trying to rebuild what prior state chair squandered win..

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"david schafer" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"david schafer" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"I think I'd rather have zips if I wanted to be more accurate, but I'd be much more entertained by Jeff's analysis, I definitely would have said, zips until I got the ca- Tomar. Well, that really shook your faith in projections, or give you greater faith in Jeff but remember, we're still waiting for that kion Braxton breakout. The Jeff forecasted I think he was higher on him than he was on Martinez. You guys answered a question about the worst draft ever young. And do you remember your answer? No. 'cause he was kinda complicated was down. There were like multiple ways to define we're right-left. And so I actually one time wrote an article about this into two thousand thirteen for you. I don't remember that it was headlined the worst team ever did in the draft. And I also acknowledged that you could think about this question. A lot of different ways. I don't remember exactly the process I used. But I settled I ended up on a team that you actually mentioned in that draft which is one of the teams that had no major leaguers come out of it rather than one of the teams that had. Negative war come out of it. So this team was the two thousand like that the reds of the early two thousand two thousand two maybe two thousand one and I reread the article I think it holds up. So I'm gonna tell you this is my answer to that question. So the reds who signed no major leaguers. The best player that they took if you include all professional baseball performance was their thirty second round pick. David Schafer who had a pretty good stint at high and reached AAA in. They traded him to the as for Kirk Sar loose Sar loose. So they got some major leaguer out of him but not much because I don't know if you remember the career that kirks Arlos had for the reds. I don't think it was that distinguished, they had one player from that draft make a top hundred one year a baseball America, top hundred so they basically created one prospect out of the entire draft. Oh, sorrows had forty three innings for the reds and seven point one seven ERA. So they got that in also traded another guy for Kenny Rogers, but Kenny Rogers blocked the trade, his so basically, they got forty three innings of seventy RA out of the entire draft in trade, they failed to sign their first round pick who was, Jeremy sours, and then the next year they got a pick in compensation for failing to sign Jeremy's hours and he also didn't make it the AAA. They had at this time, ten years after the draft or twelve years after the draft, there was one player still active in professional baseball. He had he was playing in Mexico for his sixth consecutive year. So twelve years later, they were all out of baseball. Maybe eleven years out of baseball, only five players reached AAA out of forty whatever and here's the crucial thing, too. Is that they're well let's see. Okay. There's a lot of crucial things the next year. They had the third overall pick. They had narrowed their choices to two guys, but they ended up signing the sign ability guy because they were so gun shy from having failed to sign Jeremy sours the next year. And so they ended up getting the sign ability guy who is named Chris crueler, instead of Scott Casimir, who is only asking for a half a million dollars more, but that half million dollars made all because they didn't wanna lose other Jeremy sours and their scouting director. Here's the ironic twist. Was fired one year later but probably not for that draft rather industry. Lore was that he was fired for next year's draft when he signed a second round pick that people thought was a bad process pick that it was an unusual pick and unorthodox pick, a pick that much of the industry thought didn't make sense that pick was, Joey Votto. So this is a Cording, Tracy Ringo's be writing later. Many people believe vodka is the reason that casing the key in was fired as red scouting director vodka coming out of high school in Toronto wasn't under the radar..

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"david schafer" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

10:54 min | 1 year ago

"david schafer" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Call in four eight nine two two seven zero three gets involved in the conversation. Cornelius. What about gerrymandering, that's reason Republicans are in charge of the state because of gerrymandering? This was the conversation. We're having two thousand twelve before last gerrymandering took place and the truth is that starting in two thousand and eight Democrats knew that, that the redistricting was going to come that they did not win in two thousand eight and two thousand ten then they will probably be faced with Jerry bantering for the next twenty years, because of the businesses and the Obama administration. Interesting voting rights and protection from the department of Justice. What did they do? They made might Berle on party share person who have been indicted and went to prison. So that's why very Mandarin happened because of incompetent leadership criminals being in charge of a political party, not listening to the interest of your own base and not having a plan to win seats, which will easily easily winnable. That's why gerrymandering happened came blaming by which is like you blame. Tom Brady for one in the score touchdowns. How they're Tom Brady come through and use every event is possible to win. And that's what you do you win. You figure out the consequences after winning but are calling four four eight nine two two zero three. Joining us, give us an update on what happened at the Georgia GOP conventions weekend, we have friend of the show, Mr. Leo's Smith, Leo him. Hello. How you doing? I'm doing great. All right. Your, your down at the convention. What do we need to know? For those of us who weren't there in the who weren't following going on. I think just like attention to what's happening with the democrat convention, and that thing attention. What's happening? Inches is very important. Of course, have now elected their new chairman for the run towards the twenty twenty elections chairman in the executive committee. The people who lead strategy staffing, the Republican party for the next twenty twenty in these are the people who will be in place, who hire the addictive staff who hire all the political strategist and consultant, and they this group will oversee and sign off and messaging team spirit Republican party, and they combat, of course. Prevailing stood Donald Trump. And so they all sign off on how they welcome the stream ISM of Trump. Or would they sort of, you know, be more moderate someone like Bill weld, automats -chusetts is purporting? There's a lot of Republicans who voices wanna come for this group would decide how open the Republican Republicans will be what? And with that. So how prepared or local Republicans to hitching their wagon to Donald Trump going into twenty twenty knowing that there's still the risky might get indicted silver risk like get in still the risk that you to him if he goes down. He might drag all of y'all down with them. What's the feeling around that? Well, you know, there's been that general, rich and politics days. It seems like indictments of flying all over the place. I wanted the buzz items during the Republican convention. This weekend was the indictment of Republican insurance Commissioner Jim Beck and as many as your listeners may know, gym bag had been indicted over on all thirty counts for and, and racketeering in all kinds of mail fraud, our Schwartz things and Jim Beck is very much tied with the current chairman, the new chairman, David Schafer, who was elected Republican party. So certainly very some rich Republican party of Georgia with these types of indictments happening locally, but then there's Donald Trump and Donald Trump has been somewhat Teflon, such accusations. And now I think Trump has. Gone through the mall report. The accusations have been made his very clear from everything I've read, and I've read a lot. I've talked to a lot of legal fish, and it pretty much does not seem anything at all that pot even close to be worthy of an indictment of Donald Trump in the Mola report. That's why you've seen people like they could do and Collins congressman from Georgia, highly respected punishment in the Donald Trump camp who are welcoming report here welcoming testifying because they believe as backfired on the democrat continuing trying to indict him instead of trying to legislate. So I don't think anybody really worries about none of the delegates. None of legislators the candidates, I don't think any of them are worried about aligning themselves with Donald Trump. They feel like he's pretty much. He hasn't on Cody. We started the show talking about the fact that neither the party seem to have an agenda for black men, not just gender for people generally. But specifically specifically for black men who have been left behind over the last couple of decades on full, so you and Shelly, Michael mcnealy down there, or without at the convention is there a plan to put together platforms specifically help let men in the state. It's been very interesting that the birth of minority engagement pain that, you know, sort of I lead doing twenty twenty twenty thirteen terms that plan was very much policy oriented, remember that was very much a minority engage your strategy based on policy advocacy around school choice, around, prison reform, and Georgia, of course, has made, and now Donald Trump has Dopp docket nationally a prison reform agenda. So I would say that to the contrary Republicans may not necessarily be leading with it and messaging, but, again, the first step tack that Senator dot com Collins dot collar out of Georgia has really been a leader in along with even people like they in Jones democrat activists are now a commentator, you know, that work is being led by Republicans. So if anybody. Really had actual legislative action happening that benefits the black American agenda. It is actually the African Americans yesterday. The republicans. The yesterday, Donald Trump did a speech on immigration in that speech. He said he said, A recruiting people in importing people into United States. Immigration that compete with American citizens for jobs. We should create immigration strategy that nurturers people who create jobs, or American citizens, and that is the idea that without stating that is particularly designed for folks who have struggled and then marginalize economic system access the job. Donald Trump is very much promoting strategy American and that those people who have been marginalized economy for job access will benefit or more strict more segmented immigration strategy where you recruit to the country, people who create jobs, rather than people who will compete with Josh where people with that job with you don't have to necessarily say that Americans but like school choice like prisoners form like access to job. Those seem very much. After American people. And so. Certainly, this is not a part of statement, but democrat, certainly from the has been focused on, impeaching, Donald Trump heady hearing, rather than legislating creating. Help. Clearly. Clearly that Trump touting the low from black unimportant, feeders cetera that Republicans certainly have the policy making banish now whether or not. Go to conventions like down in savannah, L, this weekend are also telling that message. That's another question, because, you know, Shelly, Shelly, winter down there and Kelly job. He's, he's a professional job at the white people. Talking to white Republican base that how he creates listenership? So he's not a policy maker, and I think is unfair to affect an entertainer to policy makers, so I don't put that kind of pressure on people like Shelley, although Shelly is good at pointing out when we probably have have done things that can help after the American people, and that is important strategy wise their staffers when these various candidates on teams that are developing as look at the six race in seventeen rate. I just got off with a young man young African American man, cap county, who is speaking to one of the congressional leaders, and he's asking me, how do I get on that staff that know, the conventions are part, networking, part, candidate advocacy part, you know, go find a job and then we can pipeline African American people that Tino, people Asian people people who are norm. Really, not part of the Republican Bashkir. We can line them into stack up and vision, that is the beginning of having a voice at the table and policy makers and instead of being on the menu. We start creating the policy impact black America. So this one thing, so important to have people like you and others genetic and a net. And the other little voice, too, because we do have to have people at the table, every.

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"david schafer" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"david schafer" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Forecast. Just a moment. WSB news time seven sixteen. A fall since former president Jimmy Carter and his surgery in South Georgia Carter was headed out for a day of Turkey shooting. When he fell and broke his hip at his house in planes. According to the Carter Center, the president was rushed to a hospital in America's where he underwent surgery. Doctors say the former president is resting comfortably. Carter says is only concern now is he won't bag his limit of Turkey's before the season ends later this week WSPA's Pete combs has doctors are always concerned about a hip fracture. And someone Carter sage and ninety four. He is the oldest living ex president heating the president's call. You attorney general William bar sets the wheels in motion to go after those who launched the Russia investigation. Whatever the motive the appears ready to turn the tables on the Democrats ABC legal analyst, Royal Oakes. Bars named a federal prosecutor in Connecticut to lead the probe. The FBI insists its investigation of the Trump campaign was justified because of all the contacts with Russian Sturges Republican party meets in savannah this weekend to elect a new chair hoping to take back the state house before redistricting those running for the GOP party Brazil. Veto know, how critical it is to hold onto the majority. The point we won in Georgia for so long as Republicans. We do not have the election readiness that when he's running against former state Senator David Schafer who vows to strengthen the party state school boards. Here's Scott Johnson. Who wants to bring in more diversity and teacher? Mary Kay Balki out who wants to promote Republican principles. Need to make sure that people know what we stand for Peter parish w best speak. I the horse. Now, the jockey ABC's. Ryan burrow, says the jockey who rode maximum security into traffic at the Kentucky Derby, we'll have to sit out some rides Kentucky horse racing commission is suspending Louis size for fifteen racing days for failure to control his mount and make the proper efforts to maintain a straight course, thereby causing interference with several rivals that resulted in disqualification of his mount neither maximum security, nor the derby winner country house will race the Preakness this weekend. Wsb News time seven eighteen Georgia four hundred trouble or next traffic updated lists than two minutes. Brad Nitz and is dependable forecast. Sponsored by Breda pest management. They handled bugs and critters as we head.

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"david schafer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"david schafer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"The the fetal heartbeat legislation. I don't think it's going to be because of abortion, they'll they'll certainly portrayed such. I think a bigger issue for Republicans Xers could be the David Ralston situation. I think you will see Republicans a battered and bruised over David Rolston next year in the suburbs. And they're going to do their best. The Democrats are to try to claim that it's all related together. Treatment of women and on and on goes, man, go Roulston is going to be a huge liability. He really is. And there are some members of the statehouse who behind the scenes or circulate letters of support for him. But by and large an. A number of them really wish. Someone would save them from themselves, and that's kind of troubling. When you think about it that you have members of the state house who know Rolston needs to go are too scared of him to do something themselves, and they are desperate for a Brian Kip. Jeff Duncan led coalition to publicly say or privately clo- Rawson to the governor's mansion in say, it's time for you to go. You're going to weigh down. I can't stress enough to you that Republicans must do well next year on the ballot. They must why because of redistricting whoever wins next year is going to draw the lines for the next decade in Georgia. So Republicans have to win they've got to keep the legislature in order to draw the lines. But there are going to be some really close races in the suburbs. This also impacts the state party chairman's race. I wonder if either of the Scott Johnson from Cobb County and former looted gouzer alumnae in states that are David Roulston running for state party chair. Now, Scott Johnson is a great guy. And he would make a great party chairman. I'm supporting I don't have a vote in the matter, but David Ralston, I've been David Ross David Shaffer, and I've been friends forever. And I would gladly support David Schafer. I think he would be natural at the job given his background his years about its end. The fact that he was an executive director of the state party back in the day. When Republicans started making gains in the state. Whoever is the state party chairman, though, are they going to sit up, you know, it would not surprise me. If somebody stood up and tried to force one of them to take position on this. Listen, it's going to be alive. Ilise, you everybody knows it's going to be a liability issue. The only people who don't think it's going to be liability issue or the people who privately no is going to be liability issue or but are too scared of David Ralston to say so one of those guys stand up and say he needs to go. It's going to be very interesting to see particularly with state party convention coming up in two weeks. Now, I need to switch gears to something local, hyper local if you will but relevant. There is a meeting coming up in fifteen minutes in hushed in of the city council. Chris Joyner of the JC has a story out today. The mayor of hush then allegedly withheld a job candidate from consideration for city administrator because he's black. AJC investigation is they've dug in on this. And there are two members of city council who say that this happens happened the candidate. Well, you know, what I don't wanna drag him into the news is not his fault. He was discriminated against. But he said that as a black man applied for executive government positions as most other sales. He's not shocked. If this was the case, he didn't recall hearing, the mayor make any statements that suggest prejudice or hostility. But let me read you this. The mayor reportedly made her comments to a member of the hushed city council. Inner overheard whispered or at a closed-door session of the council may fourth councilwoman hope weeks said the mayor repeated them to her in the parking lot after the meeting, according to a document released by the city. The mayor proceeded to tell me that the candidate was real good. But he was black and we don't have a large black population. And she just didn't think Kush was ready for it. So apparently, the mayor of hushed thinks that the people of hosted are a bunch of racists..

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"david schafer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"david schafer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

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I I hate to say it, but we may need a little bit of rain. Just get some of the pollen in the air. The vice president is in town for David Perdue going to highlight jobs and economic growth. None of this is actually going to do much good as the media is still fixated on President Trump and his statements about John McCain. A again, I continue to maintain. It was an unforced error on the president's part to go after McCain yesterday in Ohio because he had such great economic story to tell and the stories not getting told because the president decided to do what he did about John McCain, but the vice president here in Georgia highlighting again, economic growth and opportunity in federal government, workforce and federal government officiency brought by the Trump administration. Shen and highlighting David Purdue. Which is a big thing for the Republicans to have the vice president in the city. I realized I pulled up the map myself, just so I can see all the red lines. Traffic is gross out there. We will give ample opportunity to check traffic this evening. I will do as best. I can to do do diligence on the clock. It's a mess out there a mess in large part because a vice presidential motorcade almost as big a deal as a presidential motorcade trying to get the vice president in another town. It highlights though, the issue of David Purdue and his reelection in twenty twenty it also highlights the problems within the Republican party in Georgia. Just so, you know, I have said on Twitter out also here as well that if I'm not a delegate to the Republican convention if I was I would be supporting David Shafer, David Schafer's. The former executive director of the Republican party longtime ranking member. In this in the state Senate ran for Lieutenant governor lost Jif Dunkin David Schaffer knows how to win elections in Georgia for the Republicans. And I'm very fascinated by a thread from Dana lash on Twitter about the Republican party in Texas in others chiming in around the country, how the democratic party's around the country are investing very heavily in technology, for example, here in Georgia. The Democratic Party has invested in technology now whereas votes are happening in the state legislature activists are getting text messages in their district. So for example, you have a Republican take PK Martin in good at county a good guy in the state Senate. It's a district that is now very much a swing district. He is planning on voting for the fetal heartbeat legislation and democratic activists there are all getting text messages about his vote to try to bring pressure on him as are others Democrats heavily invested in technology very much like the technology. I deploy on this show to get you guys to connect to your state legislators to grass. Protectiveness around the state, the democrat street that the Republican party not so much. They're not laying the groundwork for twenty twenty they're not laying the groundwork in the suburbs. They're actually trying to find a new chairman for the party who gets this stuff. Schaefer intuitively gets this stuff highly recommend him. If you're a delegate to the state convention highly highly recommend you of haute for David Shafer. The the significance of the vice president here now March twenty first two thousand nineteen well before a Republican primary little on a general election in twenty twenty four David Purdue David Purdue and President Trump's fortunes tied to each other in Georgia. It is significant to have the vice president come in here right now giving media exposure favorable exposure, we hope to David Purdue notice. It's the vice president coming not the president coming. It is a it's a very big deal and it signifies the Republicans intend to take Georgia seriously twenty twenty. They have to is going to be treated as a swing state, particularly with the news of Joe Biden, potentially considering Stacey Abrams out of the gate as a running mate. I wanna talk to you about that. There are a few angles here to consider. I'm not exactly sure that this is a totally legit story. There's an angle here. We should explore now is the situation with the with Stacey Abrams, and Joe Biden, if you will recall Stacey Abrams met with Joe Biden last week that apparently has got Joe Biden, again, maybe they should go on come out early and say Stacey Abrams is going to be his vice presidential pick. That would be unheard of. The only time this is really happened is when Ted Cruz towards the end of the Republican primary primary trying to drum up some opposition to Donald Trump United with Carly Fiorina in a ticket ran as running mates against Donald Trump. And it didn't work. There are a great many people out there today say the cells somewhat

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"david schafer" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"david schafer" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Be found on their the book is everywhere the books, WalMart, target bars and noble Amazon. So wherever wherever you go the book could be there for you. And I just hope everyone understands the message inside of their reading can truly help kids grow up and become whatever they want to be Malcolm and his share. The magic foundation are doing more than helping children here in Georgia. There are classes nationwide competing for the most minutes read in his read bowl initiative. In February two Latin American association will convene in downtown Atlanta to examine the state of Latinos, not only for those living here in the metropolitan Atlanta area. But also for Latinos living across the state of Georgia. Joining us are unequal Torres was the executive director of the Latin American association and David Schafer who is the managing director of culture and other initiatives with the Latin American association, gentlemen, thank you for joining us. I wanted to start with the news this week. A federal judge struck down asking the citizenship question on the twenty twenty cents this what is your reaction to that? Well, my reaction is that we're very pleased about that decision. Yeah. We've been concerned all along about the potential undercount. Our community the immigrant community and the kiss the living those community center is so important for many reasons, not only with the redistricting, but also federal funding and other opportunities that come through would have proper account is important disciplinary comes every ten years, and you know, the Latino community and they're making commuting Georgia. Exponentially the last few years, so it's important to have a proper account. So David these numbers are very important because they directly impact the work that the L A is able to do correct. That's correct. And they also impact everyone across the United States. In fact, because we all rely on census data to some extent businesses. Rely on it in terms of marketing, and where to plant particular brands, for example, whether it's a store of some kind or restaurant, they wanna know who's in the community around them for purposes of marketing, so it's got economic dimensions above and beyond simply the federal funding and also impacts commerce. So is it a part of the mission of the Latin American association to encourage provided the ruling holds people in our community to participate in the census because it does have a direct impact on the community. Oh, definitely one of the things. We have always coverage people to to make sure that they fill out the form. It is understanding this year. You have multiple ways to to become you know, you can go online you're going to get a letter. That information is is basically confidential only for the census purposes. But there is always the fear. That is a question is there that people will just avoid county and for us it very important that we are a community not community, but the population as well. So what would the will there be an effort to reassure the community through the participants at the summit meeting coming up in February to do just that you're not meeting, but also, you know, we working with different musicians coalition of differentiation throughout the state of Georgia to make sure that the census people getting involved and people get counted. So we working with different positions in collaboration at Stanford. So tell us about this conference February will be eleven what is it that you're hoping to accomplish? So the the focus of the conferences civic engagement, and this is our second year doing this last year was very much big picture where are Latinos in Georgia wire Latinos in Georgia. What are we doing? What are our goals and aspirations and to some extent build a bigger conversation? Strategic vision for the Latino population and George for the next ten to twenty years and this conference this year is focused on civic engagement, which is obviously a bit more specific. But one of the things that we've always said is for Georgia to do. Well, Latinos, must do well and part of the process for doing well, and helping the state and local communities across the state do wills to make sure that for example, our young people are civically engaged to know that people across the border city, clean gauged. They can do that in a variety of ways and variety of fashions, and those are the kinds of topics that we want to talk about at the conference give us some examples of ways that we can be civically engaged. So a lot of civic engagement happens at the local level. And for me that is where it's most meaningful because you can actually see the change you can actually go see your mayor face to face in many circumstances, especially if you're talking about rural Georgia. There are other ways to do it. You know, forming a neighborhood watch committee cleaning up a local highway working with civic groups around things like food distribution poverty. Alleviation maybe there's a policy to make sure that trees were planted around local parks. Maybe there's a local park that needs to be constructed. So there's a number of ways to do it. And that is probably the simplest way to get there to start at the local level. But of course, there are a lot of things going on that have been opened up by virtue of social media. For example, there's different ways now to engage they digitally that we didn't necessarily have twenty years ago. And there's some cutting edge best practices around civic engagement that have emerged as a result of the digital revolution. That we've had in the last ten to twenty years the last year you guys had about five hundred people participate you were going to say anymore. I was going to say, and that's the Latino community hits that one million Mark in Georgia. And we can we have about twenty thousand eighteen year old Latino case that were born here that turn eighteen they can have the right to vote. We want to also make sure that we have the conversation about the importance of the civic getting engage in the electoral process and talking to your to your local mayor to your local politician, even even even encourage people to run for office as we approach that tipping point, which I think is important. We we made it we made an impact we believe we made impact ready in the in the economy of Georgia. So, you know, so I think that conversation higher make an impact on the civic life of the status. Well, how.

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"david schafer" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"david schafer" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Oh yeah that's right forgot to do that Little I was. I was so busy looking at, all these I've got a so, this? Committee the committee of what. Protecting journalists right you really helped on this. They've got a list in two thousand seventeen there were two hundred sixty, two journalists, that were imprisoned throughout the world the world? How many, in the. United States of America Trying to find like right now I don't see any from the United States at all I would guess that's probably it it said. After. After Turkey which. Had the most. Jailed journalists Turkey absolutely it's a dictatorship seventy three were Excuse me Turkey at Seventy-three China forty one Egypt with twenty and then it starts going down to like the United States the United States I don't see any. Zero zero reporters put in jail for what they reported because this is America and we don't do you hear an awful lot of rhetoric I think, I'm gonna have to do, it in the podcast thirty want to talk about how I came to this epiphany over, the weekend that I I don't. Like protest songs but I also have some, stuff that, I learned about Barundi. And it all fits together but. I need a little time I need a little time to to. Get. You know all. That. Out there But Is a little bit, there All, of this talk like women all we have to protect women's rights in this country This Trump he said a vulgar, thing on a recording on a bus twelve years ago We must be protected from. This and I think to myself I this guy's been. President and don't get me wrong he's a goofball when I go after. Them quite often but I'm I'm interested in in the facts of the matter Since this president was sworn in Almost two years ago not quite a year and a half or more Consumption tell me the thing that women had the right to. Do before his, inauguration that women don't have the right to do now I. Missed it but sometimes I will sleep for, a couple of days straight so it's quite possible Then it dropped on. A Saturday or something when I was just sleeping off a big old drunk the night before a drinking binge as I'm fond. Of going on, drinking binges and then you sleep for a long time maybe. I was sleeping through The law. That the. Republican congress, passed that rescinded this or that right from women did I miss that. What is? It that women can't? Do now, that, they were able to do before this president was inaugurated. Oh it just doesn't matter it doesn't mean anything it's nonsense you know obviously this, last night it's like this Brian Kemp and that Brian Kemp but what what was the race. David Shafer shameful David Shaffer Was that for secretary of state tax. Commissioner wasn't? It whatever it was? He lost and, the commercials This is why I could never run for, office I am not willing to destroy another human being Just, to, get the power that I want I'm just I can't imagine them. So Viscaya one I dunno, David Schafer I never, heard, of David. Schafer I know nothing about him I knew that my introduction David Shafer. Worthy shameful David Shafer ads now David Shafer, put out ads and he. Had a whole different story he was saying he was a great guy but that's. I didn't win I know nothing about a David. Shafer except for the commercials that come at me And leading up to that election what was the. Four Lieutenant governor okay and he lost to, Jeff Duncan okay so so. It was it was a Jeff Duncan who was saying he was shameful that's right Now I'm watching these commercials. During, the election and I'm thinking wow if this is true that guy should be put. In jail He's evil he shouldn't be, allowed to go, just, do business like a, normal person in Georgia with this shameful So then Jeff Duncan wins and David Shafer loses in suddenly nobody cares that he was shameful So that was all BS like if Jeff Dunkin was on the, first question I would say to him as. Well when you get an office if you win what are you gonna deal about this shameful David Shafer seems to me that we've left some business on the table because you are. Scaring the budgies ass- Adamy that this, guy was an actual threat, to, the citizens? Of Georgia but, then when the election was over I didn't hear you say oh what s Oh what you really. Know the oh you actually sometimes you're in the same, room and you mingle with them and you. Guys are friendly to each. Other oh you just made it up oh oh, I'm a dummy you wanted power and so you were willing to destroy another human, being given the fact that I'm actually a. Person with some empathy and I don't understand doing that like destroying somebody else so that you can get power I get it I'm naive oh you didn't mean it it was all. BS because leading up to the election, it seemed like this guy, was, a menace To society and, then as soon as he lost the election Nobody talked about. The fact that he was such a danger anymore That's bizarre to me That's bizarre to me Watch out so he's only he's only a threat if he wins the Lieutenant governor's race or, primary in that situation while he was a member of the order of, the Greek horsemen shameful Times Yes Coach the baseball? Team I don't. Know what I'm saying here's I'm. Not defending David. Schafer I. Don't know David. Schafer, I don't know All I, know is that his opponent told. Me that he was, a menace to society and the. Day after the election he stopped. Talking about it. Now that'd. Be like saying This Dr Frankenstein has unleashed a monster on the public and that gets him, elected and then afterward he never mentions the monster anymore Care she's out there If, there's a real threat then. The threat would? Continue am I wrong I know I'm. Being naive here In the New York Times. Some local professor? Wrote some editorial buying cow doozy Guys, got to be stopped the enemy of democracy guy wakes up. In the morning and he eats racism for breakfast He's totally that's all it's about for him for. This Brian Kent that's all, he cares about is making sure that only white people are allowed to vote in elections I get up every morning, have a bowl of shredded while David shavers realize is like oh okay now I get it so in order for Stacey Abrams to. Be where, she is and in order for Brian Kemp to be. Where he is and to face off against each other the one thing that we know about both. Of them is they're both, willing to destroy another human being To get the power they want So Brian Kemp the editorial the New York Times wasn't about why. He isn't right for the job how he did is it's all about if I'm deeply this editorial Brian Kemp for the last ten years or more has been doing is only mission in life was, to keep black people from voting and then you read the thing and. There's no new, news in there no new news, nothing new news. That's coming up no new news I basically the idea is that Georgia has been run. By Republicans for a long time so. Districts are gerrymandered in their favor find me a state where one party either party has been charged for over twenty years where districts have not been gerrymandered to keep that party. In power It would be news if you found a state where it didn't happen News is supposed to be the unusual So the New York Times, says no we've never met. Brian Kemp but we want a blue Georgia And we're willing to destroy a human being to get the power we want and I'm not letting Kemp off the hook because he's going to say things about. Abrahams that show me that he's, willing, to destroy another human being, to get the power he wants They're all.

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"david schafer" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"david schafer" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I think the, support is there across the county and I think that we'll see passage of the referendum, you wouldn't county, Sandra Parrish WSB also TDA in Gwinnett county t for tickets? Anybody now breaking the hands-free law gets one starting today no more warnings I offense is a fifty dollar, fine and one point off your life breaking. News I I this is w SP twenty four hour continuing is, the first of the big name endorsements, in the, general, election, race to be Georgia's next governor not surprisingly Democrats Stacey Abrams. Has picked up, the, endorsement of former President Obama and. Not surprisingly there's been a quick response from the Brian Kemp campaign of, Abrahams the former president said he is confident she will uphold our fundamental, commitment to Justice fairness responsibility and the rule of law to which the camp campaign responded that every left wing radical politician in the country is backing Abrahams just the start of what many. Believe will, be a foreshadow of The twenty twenty presidential campaign Chris. Camp WSB breaking. This past our state Senator David Schafer's conceding the Republican race for the Lieutenant, governor's nomination to Jeff Duncan he wrote an Email to his supporters. He will not seek a recount even though he trails by less than a percentage, point, about, sixteen hundred votes event a soccer fans packing Mercedes Benz stadium this hour for the city's first ever MLS all star game or. Sports director Jay black there expect another attendance record to fall tonight And it looks. Like it's going to be a hat trick for Atlanta United fans in this stadium they've already had the biggest crowds for, an MLS, regular and. Postseason, game now it looks like you can add it all star game to the list I well. That's to be expected for. Atlanta crowds right oh I love this place. I come to. Pretty much every home game as it is but this is. Just another level it's a sell out, there still standing room. Only tickets up. For grabs the final attendance will be north. Of seventy. Thousand five players from Atlanta United in the other, MLS all-stars face Italian champion you Venice. It's awesome obviously one of the biggest teams in the world with some of the best players in the world we're looking forward. To it it's gonna be a tough. Test for us that's Atlanta defender Michael Parkhurst gates are opened the fan fest at the world congress center runs for..

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"david schafer" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"david schafer" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Candidates for lieutenant governor attack the front runner during an atlanta press club obey wsb sandra parrish is one of the panelists senator david schafer who is by far leading the three way race was accused of being untruthful by his opponent jeff dunkin who holds second in the polls you seem to have a problem with the true he went on to attack schafer's vote on sweeping adoption bill saying he hindered its passage while schaefer claims to have champion did not a single one of those things that you said is true shaefer also went on to say he supports the metoo movement that regrets unfounded sexual harassment claims against him took away real focus from victims sandra parrish wsb the pentagon points to multiple failures contributing to the deaths of for us servicemembers ambushed in each year last fall was seat of their pants and the operation itself wasn't really planned out well and they don't have the proper overhead drone surveillance could help them out they don't have additional forces nearby there were so exposed when this ambush happened on that it was just a setup for total disaster abc's louis martinez says a special ops command will decide disciplinary action the fox business news host apologizes after a guest says on air that torture worked on songbird john mccain charles payne calls the comment false and derogatory arizona senator urges colleagues not to confirm gina hospital as cia director because of her use of enhanced interrogation techniques a white house staffer dismisses mccain's opposition saying quote it doesn't matter he's dying anyway mccain's battling brain cancer rudy giuliani leaves his law firm rudy giuliani resigned from greenberg shoring saying it's in everyone's best interest giuliani had taken a temporary leave from the firm one of the nation's largest but decided to make it permanent after the firm said he recognized his work for president trump is all consuming abc's aaron katersky says it may not have been tireless giuliani's choice is high media profile bothered some of his partners former ups worker files a change of address form and gets mail intended for ups headquarters in atlanta rerouted to his apartment in chicago twentyfouryearold do sean henderson spruce is now facing charges of mail theft and fraud allegedly deposits nearly sixty granted checks for ups and his own account he claims it's just a mix up wsb news time five nineteen we're paintings holding things up on i eighty five in northern gwinnett county in less than two minutes the only fiveday forecast fun radio accurate and dependable on news ninety five five and am seven w sp brought to you by right up past management they handle bugs.

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Fox Business host apologizes after guest makes derisive comment about John McCain

Indy's Morning News with Tony Katz

02:20 min | 2 years ago

Fox Business host apologizes after guest makes derisive comment about John McCain

"Candidates for lieutenant governor attack the front runner during an atlanta press club obey wsb sandra parrish is one of the panelists senator david schafer who is by far leading the three way race was accused of being untruthful by his opponent jeff dunkin who holds second in the polls you seem to have a problem with the true he went on to attack schafer's vote on sweeping adoption bill saying he hindered its passage while schaefer claims to have champion did not a single one of those things that you said is true shaefer also went on to say he supports the metoo movement that regrets unfounded sexual harassment claims against him took away real focus from victims sandra parrish wsb the pentagon points to multiple failures contributing to the deaths of for us servicemembers ambushed in each year last fall was seat of their pants and the operation itself wasn't really planned out well and they don't have the proper overhead drone surveillance could help them out they don't have additional forces nearby there were so exposed when this ambush happened on that it was just a setup for total disaster abc's louis martinez says a special ops command will decide disciplinary action the fox business news host apologizes after a guest says on air that torture worked on songbird john mccain charles payne calls the comment false and derogatory arizona senator urges colleagues not to confirm gina hospital as cia director because of her use of enhanced interrogation techniques a white house staffer dismisses mccain's opposition saying quote it doesn't matter he's dying anyway mccain's battling brain cancer rudy giuliani leaves his law firm rudy giuliani resigned from greenberg shoring saying it's in everyone's best interest giuliani had taken a temporary leave from the firm one of the nation's largest but decided to make it permanent after the firm said he recognized his work for president trump is all consuming abc's aaron katersky says it may not have been tireless giuliani's choice is high media profile bothered some of his partners former ups worker files a change of address form and gets mail intended for ups headquarters in atlanta rerouted to his apartment in chicago twentyfouryearold do sean henderson spruce is now facing charges of mail theft and fraud allegedly deposits nearly sixty granted checks for ups and his own account he claims it's just a mix up wsb news time five nineteen we're paintings holding things up on i eighty five in northern gwinnett county in less than two minutes the only fiveday forecast fun radio accurate and dependable on news ninety five five and am seven w sp brought to you by right up past management they handle bugs.

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"david schafer" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"david schafer" Discussed on WSB-AM

"This was a very delicate negotiation as you can imagine but fast the speed with which this historic summit has come together really is breathtaking and word this past hour that the preliminary medical checks on the three released american prisoners show them in good condition no immediate problems next come reunions with their families new development we've learned the name of the henry county police officer fired today after he was caught on video choking a former college football player now former officer david rose choked former university of toledo player desmond marrow while merrill was in handcuffs here's meryl's lawyer chris stewart a great day but it is not over whatsoever translation of that's we are going to sue breaking news i this is w sp twenty four hour continuing at five o'clock the veteran lawmaker leading the race for the republican nod for lieutenant governor comes under fire from his opponents during a debate today at the press club or sandra parrish was one of the panelists state senator david schafer who is by far leading the three way race was accused of being untruthful by his opponent jeff duncan who holds second in the polls david you seem to have a problem with the truth he went on to attack schafer's vote on sweeping adoption bill saying he hindered its passage while schaefer claims to have champion did not a single one of those things that you said is true shaefer also went on to say he supports the me too movement that regrets unfounded sexual harassment claims against him took away real focus from victims sandra parrish wsb israel's prime minister this afternoon says the strike on iran's military installations inside syria said a clear message to president assad not to attack israel prime minister netanyahu in a statement says israel is now in what he calls a continuous campaign although no military action has been reported from either direction in the last few hours the wsb marketwatch brought to you by rbm of atlanta mercedesbenz sandy springs the dow today about one hundred ninety seven points to twenty four thousand seven forty and the nasdaq up sixty five at seventy four zero five wsb news time five oh what does wsb meteorologist kirk mellish mean to you love kurt for faster like the five days that you could get another wsb advantage spot on probably the most accurate and i've seen him and i loved wsb tv weather as well depend on news ninety five five am seven fifty wsb depend on mellish time for dave bakers oh spring oh pollen you tiny little sneeze maker of a molecule or whatever.

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"david schafer" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"david schafer" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"Til eleven today to run take you et from and he are news in washington on day if mattingly the chicago cubs and their fans are celebrating the team's first world series title in more than a century last night the cubs beat the cleveland indians eight to seven in ten innings to capture game seven and the series the indians rallied to tie the game in the eighth before losing in the tenth or send p ours david schafer it took an epic series in an epic final game with fans on edge until the final out for the cubs to finally on the longest championship drought of professional sports history and win their first world series since nineteen o eight fans cried cheered and sang in the streets until dog in a celebration that even the oldest of fans have waited for their entire lives the presidential election is in the five days hillary clinton campaigns in north carolina today former rival bernie sanders is joining clinton that an event in raleigh yesterday clinton was speaking into supporters in arizona carey young with member station kate jays easy reports quentin was introduced by the family of a deceased iraq war veteran who only became a citizen after he died to continue the conversation about immigration reform interest um speech calling for a path to citizenship quentin also asked the audience to imagine a world where donald trump was president warning that he could start quote a real wore instead of just a twitter wore donald trump this campaigning today in florida and in north carolina i'm dave mattingly and p r news in washington and a twenty minutes past six we take.

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