35 Burst results for "Earlier Today"

The Supreme Court Has Overturned Roe v. Wade

The Officer Tatum Show

01:16 min | 2 d ago

The Supreme Court Has Overturned Roe v. Wade

"I can not, I couldn't wait. I've been waiting all day. You know, everybody else got an earlier show. I've been waiting all day to talk about the overturning of roe V wade. I think this is a pivotal moment in our society and our country a moral victory. And it is the right thing to do according to upholding the true meaning and the true guidance of the constitution of the United States of America. Let me say this and I hope that people can understand where I'm coming from. I do not understand why on God's green earth are people in the streets crying and women are fainting and complaining about over the overturning of roe V wade on a federal level. For all the Devils out there, and I know it's not everybody that's a devil. You know, people get in situations, they get misled, misinformed, and they do things that they ought not do. However, the ones who are pushing for abortions and they can't wait to go to abortion clinic. You can still have your little devilish abortions if you may, in some of these states, that allow it. Just because the Supreme Court struck it down, meaning that it's no constitutional protection, don't mean in California and Oregon and all these left leaning places you can't have an abortion.

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Joe Biden Addresses Nation Following SCOTUS Ruling

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:32 min | 2 d ago

Joe Biden Addresses Nation Following SCOTUS Ruling

"I want to go right to The White House. President Biden is speaking. Let's listen in. The women out of the power to control their own destiny. And a reinforced a fundamental right of privacy right of each of us to choose how to live our lives. Now with Rogan, let's be very clear. The health and life of women in this nation are now at risk, as chairman and ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, as vice president now as president of the United States, I've studied this case carefully. I've overseen more Supreme Court confirmations than anyone today. In this case was always discussed, I believe roe V wade was the correct decision. As a matter of constitutional law and application of the fundamental right to privacy and liberty and matters of family and personal autonomy. It was a decision on a complex matter to a careful balance between a woman's right to choose earlier in her pregnancy and the state's ability to regulate later in her pregnancy. A decision with broad national consensus, the most Americans of faith and backgrounds found acceptable that had been the law of the land for most of the lifetime of Americans today. And it was a constitutional principle of justice.

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The Gun Legislation Currently Being Fast Tracked in the US Senate

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:14 min | 3 d ago

The Gun Legislation Currently Being Fast Tracked in the US Senate

"Happened. They drop this bill earlier this week on a Wednesday by Friday. Today, when you hear this, the Senate is probably going to be voting on it to try and get it to the house. They voted on it with less than an hour to read the text. They voted on it with less than on Wednesday to push this forward. I'll choose the evening to push this forward. Again, there's just so many things wrong here because nobody is asking questions. I think that are going to come back to either be vague, not work, or be overreaching, and then they're going to have issues with it. So what is actually happening here? Chris Murphy from Connecticut, Texas, senator John cornyn. Here are the basics. And then we're going to talk about why some of these may are probably going to be problematic in future. Number one is enhanced background check for people 18 to 21. It keeps in place the current background check from 1821 within three days, but it would also require the Nick system. This is a national instant criminal background check system to check state records to identify individuals with juvenile records that would disqualify them from purchasing firearms. Now, many times if there is a violent crime or a murder, especially in a juvenile last 16, 78, this is going to be tried as an adult. It's going to show up on records to start with. Again, what they're looking for here and opening up these juvenile records is really the part that it's going to be more concerning here. Now, they did put a sunset on this, which I thought was very interesting. They put an enhanced background check requirement for buyers for 18, 21. They would expire September 30, 20, 32. And so a future Congress is going to have to expand this. The scrutiny between 18 and 21. Remember, right now, handguns, they can't buy 18 year olds that can buy long rifles. They didn't ban them for 18 year olds. But again, we're applying a different level of scrutiny than we do for anything else for an 18 year old, 18 year olds can be tried in adult court, 18 year olds can be sued, 18 year olds can be entered into lawful mining contracts as an adult, 18 year olds can go into the military. I mean, again, a lot of issues here and the issue that was coming about is saying that we need because of these events, the buffalo and the tags event. This will

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Police Response to Shootings Boils Down to Execution

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:22 min | 3 d ago

Police Response to Shootings Boils Down to Execution

"Anything that you put into place. Now think about this. Even if you have police departments who are trained in these instant shooters, even if you have others who are going through this and their mindset is, this is what we've got to do without proper execution, you end up with these kind of issues and you see really what has become a box response. Now it's not just unique to Texas, we saw this in Parkland as well. And there was a lot of fallout after Parkland. This is why you got into the other issues of hardening schools and putting one entryway in, always locked a secondary entrance that could block someone from coming in. These are the things that you can do to harden schools that would not have allowed in this case. The shooter to come in through a side interest. If you funnel all entries through one area, you can better control it. Again, these are things that actually could have slowed or stopped this individual from getting into the classrooms. And we had a door that was, you know, that was malfunctioning. We had, again, a lot of issues here. I lay all this out to say, okay, what do you do to fix this? And the outcry was consistently gun control gun control gun control. These AR-15s are the terrible thing. They're the reason that all this happened. They're instruments that were used by very disturbed person. Who, by the way, as we said earlier in this podcast, would have never drawn any scrutiny or anything from it. Do you have a record or anything else? Because there wasn't

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At Pride, celebrations amid a darker national environment

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 3 d ago

At Pride, celebrations amid a darker national environment

"LGBTQ communities across America are celebrating Pride Month but activists say this year feels different Big crowds are expected Sunday at pride events in places like New York City San Francisco and Denver In a return to large in person events but organizers describe a renewed sense of urgency commemorations that in the recent past have felt like victory parties for civil rights are grappling with a darker atmosphere that includes a rise in hate speech online legislation in Florida and Texas a more conservative Supreme Court in the arrest of 31 members of a white supremacist group in riot gear accused of plotting to disrupt a pride event in Idaho Their real life consequences real people who are affected by this At a Trebek a film festival pride event earlier this month Emmy winning trans producer and actor Laverne Cox talked about the struggle We have to draw on our ancestors and transistors in these moments to know that we can and will overcome Michael Adams is an advocate for LGBTQ elders He says a tax going on around the country are about trying to make them invisible which makes this year's pride events especially important I'm Jennifer King

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Is the Conservative Base Getting Amped Up? Alex Marlow Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:09 min | 3 d ago

Is the Conservative Base Getting Amped Up? Alex Marlow Explains

"So Alex, I want to ask you, you're on the front lines you talk to people all the time on your wonderful program. What's your sense of the grassroots? Do you feel as if the base is getting properly amped up for a longer term fight? Because, you know, I've been in this for ten years. You've been in it longer than I have. It seems that the stakes just keep getting higher and higher. Is our is our base prepared for that? I think they're more prepared for it. I'm seeing that people are something that really happened very interesting during the pandemic. Is that you started to see a lot more engagement on a micro level starting in the schools, people looking over their kids shoulders on Zoom and realizing that there was something really horrible that was going on in this country that the indoctrination was starting much earlier that all of a sudden we were getting these things like CRT pushed on us, the anti science masking was being pushed on us. And a lot of these things were happening that I do think brought people back into the fold who were trying the approach to try to punch out and just let a couple of people Washington try to clean up the mess that we have. I think a lot of people have been brought back in at a civic

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Maine Insurance Agency Slammed for Racist Sign

The Officer Tatum Show

01:55 min | 3 d ago

Maine Insurance Agency Slammed for Racist Sign

"This person ain't gonna be able to live this one down, ladies and gentlemen, a major insurance company or a major issue in this company's terminated their relationship with a main insurance agency after it allegedly displayed a racist sign about Juneteenth holiday earlier this week. A photo taken Monday, which the communist news network has obtained shows a signed taped to the inside window of the Harry E Reed insurance company in millinocket. Maine. Now, before we get to the story, have you ever heard of millinocket Maine? Well, you know what? We did our research. Miller not get made got 4000 people in it. And 90 plus percent are white people. And the only black person in the city took a picture of this fried chicken and collard green sign. So let me read you what the signs say, Juneteenth. At the very top of the sign and then it says you can see it here if you're watching on TV. And then it goes down and it says, it's whatever. And then below that, it says, we're closed, and then below that, it says, enjoy your fried chicken and collard greens. Now, before I got mad at this sign says, I actually got hungry. Because I love fried chicken. And collard greens. Especially if grandma cook it. When my grandma cooked, it's off the chain. But the young lady comes out. I don't know if this is a young lady or not. It says the person who said they posted the sign issued an apology on Facebook, writing, in part, in part on the company's page. I am so sorry for any pain, I have caused in a negative attention I have brought to our beautiful company. I don't want to hear it. You only sorry because you got in trouble. It is unacceptable.

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The Federalist: Pelosi Responsible for Jan. 6 Security Breakdown

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 3 d ago

The Federalist: Pelosi Responsible for Jan. 6 Security Breakdown

"Here we have a piece at the federalist By Jordan Boyd investigators Pelosi responsible for the January 6th security breakdown at U.S. capitol Isn't this what this committee is supposed to be looking into Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi shoulders much of the blame for the security breakdown at the U.S. capitol on January 6th 2021 And today they're smearing the hell out of Trump and not once Did a member say but you know he did offer us the National Guard Because there's nobody there to speak up Nobody There's nobody there to say anything Nobody I mean I had questions for all these Justice Department guys All right questions for Bill Barr What took you so long to resign Why didn't you resign earlier But you know the capital police were half staffed on January 6th Pelosi's house sergeant at arms denied multiple requests for National Guard assistance from The Pentagon The United States Capitol police chief of the days leading up the January 6th officers were poorly equipped had insufficient ride shields and helmets They were never trained to handle a ride even after the riots of 2020 And on and

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Why Doesn't Clarence Thomas Ask Many Questions? Michael Pack Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 4 d ago

Why Doesn't Clarence Thomas Ask Many Questions? Michael Pack Explains

"In closing here, I have to ask you, what does he say in the book in the movie? I've not seen the movie. I've been meaning to. And I encourage our audience to check it out, created equal. About him not asking questions very often. What is the reason for that? We talked to him about this in the movie. Any more extensively in the book. And it's not too late to see the film, as I said. It's still screaming. You know, Amazon and many other places, if you go to our website, manifold productions dot com. You could find out how to stream it. And it's not an either or I recommend people watch the movie, and read the book, which is also available at Amazon and Barnes and nobles, and wherever else folks are sold. But he does talk about that at length. He really feels that each advocate during oral argument gets 30 minutes. And he thinks it's their time. And anything that any justice question or argument between the justice takes away from their time. And he wants to give him a chance to make their case. But maybe more importantly, as Mark was saying earlier, he talks about the process in the court and we are very focused on oral argument, but this is an appeals court, and that's not the heart of what they do. What they mainly do is write opinions, circulate them, discuss them. We're just as Thomas takes a leadership role as Mark said he wrote more opinions than any other justice. He defends them. He talks about them. He has a major leadership role. Many people now call this the Thomas court, whereas it's really the Roberts court, but in some ways he's the intellectual leader. And he just has a different view of oral argument.

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Gov. Scott Walker: Thank God Senate Didn't Confirm Garland for SCOTUS

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 4 d ago

Gov. Scott Walker: Thank God Senate Didn't Confirm Garland for SCOTUS

"Protesters activists, people on the far left are literally breaking federal law, camped out in front of the homes of Supreme Court Justices, voicing their displeasure through bullhorns and banging drums and obscenities and everything else carrying around bloodied baby dolls and yet Merrick Garland and the Justice Department and the Biden administration don't seem to have any inclination to at least enforce the law. Isn't it fascinating how the media has the mainstream media at least has refused to even acknowledge the lawlessness of these protesters? If it was reversed, there'd be pants on fire, their hair would be on fire. Although I do have to say, Mike, one thing just an aside, I just knocked some in the Senate. This is where they deserve credit from a few years ago. Thank God they did not confirm Merrick Garland as a member of the U.S. Supreme Court for all this talk about him being some reasonable middle of the road person. He's not. He's a total left wing lackey. And the idea that earlier this year, he would allow his Justice Department to be aligned with the national association of school boards when they were calling concerned parents showing up at school board meetings domestic terrorists and really trying to intimidate them. This is the same Justice Department that, as you mentioned, this isn't just a bad idea. This is a federal law that prohibits people intimidating officers of the court. That's justices, judges, prosecutors, understandably so. We don't want people who are before the court out trying to intimidate a judge or a justice and their family, you know, that's something you think of years ago with the mafia or somebody else in organized crime trying to do that. They should be prosecuting those people to the full extent of the law and they certainly need to step up once this decision comes out. What was alleged to have happened or could have happened against Kavanaugh justice Kavanaugh? I think is a prime reminder about why this is just so important.

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The Navy Has Started Gender Sensitivity Training

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:43 min | 5 d ago

The Navy Has Started Gender Sensitivity Training

"But the navy is now training its members to create a safe space by using proper gender pronouns and a new instructional video modeled after a children's show, and the video begins with some schmuck in a rainbow colored shirt saying hi. My name is Johnny. And I use king him pronouns. By the way, this is our naval undersea warfare center engineer, Johnny Roseanne talking. The navy says this official training video was meant to emphasize the importance of using correct pronouns, as well as polite etiquette when you may not be sure of someone's pronouns. The video is the latest bullshit by the military to foster a more sensitive environment for its members and staff. An earlier this month, the army did the same thing. Offering similar gender identity training and it now trains officers on when to offer subordinates gender transition surgery. So they're actively telling, listen, maybe it's time you get the surgery. All of this shit is part of a larger push by the goddamn Biden administration to make the military more welcoming to transgender individuals. This video is about four minutes long. And it emphasizes how members can create a safe space by using inclusive language that signals their allies who accept everybody. And service members must take these steps to ensure that they not misgender someone God

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Biden to propose three-month federal gas tax holiday to ease soaring prices at the pump

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 d ago

Biden to propose three-month federal gas tax holiday to ease soaring prices at the pump

"President Biden today will call on Congress to give drivers a break by instituting a gas tax holiday The president will urge lawmakers to suspend federal gas and diesel taxes for three months and call on states to suspend their taxes or provide similar relief If the federal savings were fully passed along people would save roughly 3.6% at the pump with prices averaging about $5 a gallon The president's earlier efforts have done little to ease high gas prices which are a fundamental threat to both his policy and political aims Many economists and lawmakers from both parties though are skeptical about gas tax suspensions In 2008 Biden's White House running made called the idea a gimmick One Barack Obama said simply let politicians say they did something Sagar

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'Until Unity' Author Francis Chan on the Gospel and Eternity

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:41 min | 5 d ago

'Until Unity' Author Francis Chan on the Gospel and Eternity

"Back, I'm talking to Francis Chan, he's written a new book called until unity. So Francis is a huge idea unity and what you said when you spoke the other day in San Diego, I was very moved by it because you're right that we're supposed to love our enemies and when somebody says, I have Jesus living inside me. I'm a Christian. That's like a next level of what you just think, wow. This person, we may disagree, but I have to honor them and I have to talk to them in a way that takes that very seriously. But at what point, you know, because you have people now saying any Stanley wrote a book recently that kind of says we shouldn't be political, right? So on the surface of it, I get that. But then I think to myself, it feels to me like I kind of false posturing because you think, wait a minute, if I'm talking about truth, if I talk about the unborn, if I talk about slavery, if I talk about Nazis or fascists or whatever, like I have an obligation to truth, to speak on that, but there's some people that it's almost like they just have a dislike of that tension. And so they say, let's just talk about the gospel. As though you could talk about the gospel, but avoid some of those issues. So that's where I can't take them seriously. I feel like they're missing something big. Yeah. Well, you know, I recently read this book called bahn hoffer. And powerful, powerful book. I suggest it. And when you think about his life, how do you ignore human life? Like, I mean, that is the gospel. And so I hear what they're saying, though, because again, like I said earlier, there's things that we can get caught up in, and we're talking about eternity. I mean, we're talking about a person possibly spending eternity in torment a part from God or spending eternity forever, not these few years that you and I have left on the earth. We're talking about forever and ever in the presence of God and perfection, you know, for thousands, tens of thousands, millions of years, and that's huge. There's nothing bigger than that. We're talking about believing in a God who we can't even look at or we would die and him sending his son to die on a cross and suffering across so that we can be forgiven and spend eternity with him in perfect fellowship. And so that needs to be so high above every issue.

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Existing-Home Sale Prices Hit Record in May

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 d ago

Existing-Home Sale Prices Hit Record in May

"A fourth straight month of declining home sales in the U.S. Existing home sales dropped 3.4% in May compared to April as increasing mortgage rates and record high prices discouraged House hunters The national association of realtors says sales last month were down 8.6% from May of last year But even as home sales slowed home prices kept increasing The national median price jumped nearly 15% in May from a year earlier to $407,600 an

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Report: Police in Uvalde had rifles earlier than known

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 d ago

Report: Police in Uvalde had rifles earlier than known

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting to reports say police in ivaldi had rifles earlier than previously known Documents reviewed by the Austin American statesman and KV UE TV show police officers armed with rifles and at least one ballistic shield stood in a school hallway for nearly an hour while a gunman killed 19 students and two teachers at rob elementary in uvalde Texas on May 24th According to the reports the officers with heavier firepower and tactical equipment were on the scene within 19 minutes of the gunmen arriving on campus far earlier than previously known The information is to be presented to a public Texas Senate hearing on Tuesday Federal state and local authorities are looking into the delayed response by law enforcement I'm Mike Gracia

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College Basketball Star Killed in Latest Round of Gun Violence

The Officer Tatum Show

01:00 min | 6 d ago

College Basketball Star Killed in Latest Round of Gun Violence

"College basketball star home from summer break was killed by a stray bullet and 8 people were wounded when a shooting erupted in Harlem at a harder Harlem rapper's Father's Day cookout earlier Monday, police say. So this pretty much just happened. What a very sad when I say Monday morning, I'm pretty sure it was through the night, but what a sad occurrence. A young star for what I read this kid was an amazing talent, he was going to go off probably to be able to raise his family and next generations out of poverty. Going on to be a probably an NBA star and do really well. According to people that make commentary about the young man who says the greatest kid ever, he was a good kid. And it's unfortunately because it's always seems like it always seems like these negative things happen to young good men. When you look at the inner city violence, it is shameful. And nobody wants to talk about it.

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Julie Hartman: The Time Andrew Cuomo Threw Me a Curveball

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | Last week

Julie Hartman: The Time Andrew Cuomo Threw Me a Curveball

"Me. You know, you mentioned in the last segment that I guess toasted for you a few months ago. So I haven't been back on that show since I was in your seat, but it's great to be here. And you did a great job. The feedback we got as expected. You got rave reviews. Everybody loved the job you did. And you know, people think hosting a few hours a day is a little bit like Joe Biden riding a bike. What could go wrong? Well, as we both know, Mike, there's a lot that could go wrong. Two days earlier, I guess toasted for Dennis, and it was my first time. I was 21 years old ever hosting a national radio show and it was daunting. And halfway through my first segment, I got a notification in my ear from our producer Sean that governor Andrew Cuomo had just resigned. He's saying to me, you've got to announce it now on air. You've got to announce it and I'm thinking, oh my God. I am 5 minutes into my first national radio show. This had to happen now. Right, and you had it all mapped out in your mind. You were ready with the monologue. You knew what you were going to do, and then totally. Then leave it, leave it to Cuomo to throw you a

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Pergram: 'The Late Show Stephen Colbert' Associates Arrested Last Night

Mark Levin

02:00 min | Last week

Pergram: 'The Late Show Stephen Colbert' Associates Arrested Last Night

"Chad pergram has tweeted the following Fox confirms that group of persons associated with the Late Show and Stephen Colbert were arrested last night In charge with a legal entry to the house office building after hours Fox is told the people were arrested in the longworth House office building The group was in the cannon House office building earlier in the day trying to get interviews around the time of the January 6th committee hearing Ever the United States Capitol police shoot them away because they did not have proper press credentials However the group surfaced later that night after the capital complex was closed to the public fox is told they took pictures and video around the offices of House minority leader Kevin McCarthy and Lauren bobert They were unescorted and arrested and charged with illegal entry They were arrested near boebert's office They were released overnight Fox has confirmed the arrests of these 9 persons through a senior house source Names and these are people at a high level associated with Colbert and his program Jake plunkett Alison Martinez Tyrone dean Steven Roman nicolette green Brenda Hurley Robert Schmidt nice Josh commerce and David Feldman Robert schmidel is known for being the voice of triumph the insult comic dog He also produced short cartoons for Saturday Night Live TV fun House The United States Capitol police have issued the following statement on June 1620 22 at approximately 8 30 p.m. U.S. capitol police received a call for a disturbance in the longworth House office building

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"earlier today" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:59 min | 4 months ago

"earlier today" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Comment on brushes investigation into claims of alleged mass graves of civilians supposedly killed by Indian forces in the Russian controlled regions in eastern Ukraine Do you believe this is part of the false flag Operations that you've been to Sure Well let me start by saying as you heard the president say yesterday and secretary blinken earlier today we're in the window where we believe in attack could come at any time and that would be preceded by a fabricated pretext that the Russians use as an excuse to launch an invasion As she said she went on to say we've seen these tactics used in the past So those could include but not be limited to the report you just referenced claims of provocation and Donbass false state media reports which I think you should all everybody should keep their eyes open and aware of that potential faked videos false accusations about chemical weapons or accounts of attacks on Russian shoulders that have not actually occurred Can I just say again I think Biden has handled this about as well as you possibly could Especially after the Messi was left Yeah exactly I mean exactly by emboldening Putin for four years but I mean this intelligence all of it Saying telling the entire world we see you We see what you are doing or we're releasing the intelligence on it He framed obviously the speech was brilliant as Malcolm said yesterday in terms of talking directly to the Russian people This is framed as strictly a Russian aggression and the biggest thing we learned is how important NATO is This is Donald Trump did Putin's bidding at every turn Denigrating NATO saying NATO shouldn't exist anymore This is why we have strength because he's able to say all of the allies are going to sanction all of the allies are together on this Including Germany who has an economic interest with Russia Right With the pipeline going through Germany Right But this is the whole point of the American position in the world and NATO one more Jen Psaki Is the administration believed.

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"earlier today" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"earlier today" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Know it's not legal, but just deal with it. Uh, but it's it's expensive. It's super expensive. I mean, you know whether it's you're going to Disneyland nowadays are going to the movies or going to the NBA championship. It's expensive, might want to skip the vacation. Go to the finals, but you can do that. That's it. I mean, you don't like kids that much any That's right. We're rocking the news. These are new stories of rock with your favorite classic rock. And, of course, rocking. The news today means all sons stories. So earlier today we had a guy who really wanted to go to the To the ball game and and he decided to sell something. What did he sell Chad. He sold his vehicle, he said. I've had enough of this vehicle I'm done with this thing. I promised myself I'm going to the game, told his buddy. I'm going to the game. We're going to go to the game. I'm selling. I would. That's something I would have done is younger kids. You're a soldier car? Absolutely. This guy sold his car. He made 2500 bucks. He bought tickets to pick two tickets. I think they were each 1200 bucks 1250 bucks and he's taken his buddy. Here's the problem. Hasn't got the cash from his body. Do I have money in hand for this? Because if you get in that game and you don't have the money Uh, you're gonna get screwed. You know what he's going to do is but he's going to listen. Let me get you hot dog and a beer. We'll call it even. Well, that actually might cost that my $1000. I'll pay for the surcharge. Wait. Well, how much was it? No, I think that this is a It's a cool thing. You're young right, he said his 20 says he works out of his house. Uh and and that's cool. You're doing something like this, but If you're really thinking your buddy's going to throw down, you better throw down, man. I'm taking you the game because I don't want that. I'll get you next time. I'll take you to dinner or we'll do that. No, you better You better make sure if that's what you care about for me. I took my buddies for free just because it has been one of those things. Because about building memories, But you know you're full of crap. No, I would have. I don't really care about stuff like, Thank you. Thank you less money that sell my car were having fun. That's all matters. All right. That's rock The news news stories that rock with your favorite classic rock sounds oak. Alright, Here's what's coming up next. What is that? Why are you doing that to me? I got nothing going on. Oh, my God. You know what Guess what? We just We just got this in a minute ago. Would you get you guys? You guys ready for this? I mean, I.

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"earlier today" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"earlier today" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"See? Earlier today, but you know the term YOLO, right? Sure. You only live once and there was kind of made popular than last couple years, I think was in like a Drake song or something that really made it very popular. But do you know that? That is actually not the origin of that phrase That acronym, if you will know is now being attributed to grateful dead drummer Mickey Hart. Here's the story. Okay, Exactly. So it's news. So here's this is Mickey Hart talking. So my wife and I found this place, um, in Sonoma County of a really wanted, but it was an out of date. Brush her, so they Just went to the person that was selling this house is property, okay? And he wanted too much money for but we just love the place was too much for us A lot of money the time this was 22 years ago. S so we just looked at each other and we wouldn't leave until the deal was made with younger. We told him just go take your clothes and the paintings. And anything else you want, and we'll pay you the list Price. Here's the cash. Let's go. I'm going on tour here in a couple months, and when I get out the tour I'm coming home to this house. Basically way over spent for this thing, And so they is wife. They said, the expression you Hey, you only live once, and that is what he named back in the nineties. This place was YOLO. For short, we said Robin called the Grateful Dead Ranch or Mickey's Ranch or something to that effect. They named it. YOLO, So it is not Drake or any other rapper. It is, in fact, did not know that's in fact, Mickey Hart, who may have invented the term YOLO. Not that it are you been grateful dead guy or not? I'm not, you know. Not one of those follow him around and eat bologna sandwiches in the parking lot kind of guy. I never saw him. I wouldn't mind seeing him just which I would have seen him back in the day. Just say I did, But they didn't really, you know? Remember a few of them. Golly, it's probably 25 years ago, at least Where they came to town, and there was like a Dead village in I don't want to say it was in the human Union terminal parking lot. That would be in court. Just cruise around there for a little bit, and I don't remember if they were at River Bend or at What was in the Coliseum. Yeah. These guys travel around with him and, you know, spend the whole summer on the road just know, remember. So now and then they had two drummers, right? Yes. I never understood that because whenever I would listen and I don't listen to a town their music, But whenever I listen to any of their song, I never was like Wow, That's second German really added an extra element sound like the world's one drunk by the way, it's my same gripe with slip. Not that Not that I listened to a lot of slip knot, but they got I got, like 12 people in that band and one guy's on those big kettle drums. And I'm like, I never hear those sound elements. I hear, uh, one amazing drummer. I hear a bunch of very good guitars, but never here like Oh, that's the kettle drum is really just adding the extra sound. See, I I've never been much of a fan of that. I like Don't get me wrong. I like good heavy metal music. But all that stuff I never I never glommed onto it. Same here. I mean, I like a couple of their songs. I never never can't say I've ever bought in their albums or anything. They got some songs that really, you know. They're on my You know my gym play list, You know, I mean, when I want to get a little fired up that kind of thing better than that. Why Was going up. We were going up to a show a buddy me and a buddy and this has only been a few years back, and we were going to Cleveland to this show, and we were gonna go to a baseball game over up there. Does he had a place? So Week and I know he was in this kind of music. What is that One of those things were and I kind of like to drive a lands. Whatever. 3.5 4 hour drive, So I kind of liked the chit chat and whatnot. Don't know as soon as we get in the car. He's a understand, dude, You gotta hear this and he's going about 97 Miles an hour. Driving down the road at full volume. I got full And I like Wow. Wow, Headache, can we just, uh we talk on the drive a little bit any. Uh, I kept trying to bring up conversation because I like video turns down and we can talk. Don't know. Shut up. Here's a good part of the park right here. Listen, just right. Pointed like no, no, no. Listen to this, like, I I don't know. I have no idea what they're saying. I don't know. It sounds like you know, I hate to sound like my dad back in the day, but it sounds like noise to me. Big time, but the other again, My other gripe is they could cut like two or three people out at band No one another difference and get to keep more money. Look, I'm not know their partner stickers. They're not stick. Part of their allure is their live show, which I heard is amazing because I got the mass song. This is like Holy cow. This is you know Alice Cooper on absolute steroids here, but No, I don't hear anything around here. Much melodic, different tones. I'm getting from those extra instruments. Bingo. Yeah, Coming up here Use car prices. When the world's going on, man. Absolutely silly Right now we've got a guest to discuss how on Why There's a lot of reasons for it. I've read different stuff. But let's talk to an expert in the matter and see.

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"earlier today" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"earlier today" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Erik Spoelstra earlier today, J B with Miami one as Horton Tucker is the first is now eight and Oh, coaching on Christmas Day. He said he didn't know that he No, I'm not gonna question him here on national radio. That's It's a good staff to know he's had some pretty good clubs in Miami to the NBA Finals last year is Horton Tucker. It's the second 1 31 11 35 1 11. All Lakers here with 90 seconds to go a wrapping up our Christmas night doubleheader as Bronson Mrs Short on the floater rebounded by Alfonso McKinney. Being Quinn Cook. We're both on the Golden State Warriors. Just a couple of years ago broke on the floor now for the Lakers, Harold will find Cook on the right cook will launch from 20 a miss. Tested rebounds out of bounds last touched by McKinney to Dallas. Mark Cuban making Ah Trip to Phoenix and Los Angeles, sitting out on the Phoenix sideline, rather on the Dallas sideline, Tyrrell Terry Is in the game for the sons, a rookie Send it out. The Bronson triggers a three no good. Rebounded by the Lakers with 50 seconds to go was Marc ST Garbage time here at Staples Center. Gestated Gar Bosch McKinney for three. Banked it in metal. Count this as Jason Tatum 18 Threes is that 18 18 threes for the Lakers? No, You were right, 19, and there are lights and 56% from the field. As the layup goes down for West one do One time Kansas State Wildcats. Deep on that Dallas bench. Final.

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"earlier today" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"earlier today" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Back on the trail line. Lisa let Sarah Fox News President Trump and former Vice President Biden in battleground states one day after their separate town halls, the president in Florida earlier today, years you have a president to apologize for America. Now you have a president who is standing up for America and standing up Or the great people of Florida President also campaign in Georgia this evening. Former Vice President Joe Biden in Michigan, urging supporters to vote for the Democratic Party across the board can't forget Winning in November doesn't just mean defeating Donald Trump. Mayes running back the United States Senate and expanding our majority in the House of Representatives president and former vice president will go to head to head next week. President Trump and Joe Biden meat for the second time on the debate stage next week, and questions will be posed from six topics fighting covert 19. American families Race in America. Climate change National security in leadership. Topics were selected by the debate. Moderator Kristen Welker of NBC News. The president and Biden were scheduled to debate this week in the town hall format that was cancelled after the debate commission announced a virtual debate. The president refused that invitation. The October 22nd debate will be in person at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. Jared Halpern Fox News Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to a Trump administration decision to exclude people living in the U. S illegally from the census count arguments or set for November. 30th, with decision expected in early January. Massachusetts congressman Joe Kennedy. The third, says his campaign and properly spend $1.5 million earmarked for the general election during his failed bid to be nominated for Senate, and he says that he has reimbursed the campaign. America is listening to Fox.

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"earlier today" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"earlier today" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"So to my understanding as of earlier today with the two mayors close the beaches two mares close the beaches and but the governor governor Santa still it has not shut the beach down for the state and I cannot believe it it is it is unbelievable sure stupidity and it's just this is how you get the virus spread more and more people back so there you go there there's the idiots eight hundred two eight a WBAP eight hundred two eight eight nine two two seven fob he in for therapy county they finally changed their tune yesterday the mayor and the judge you're kind of judge Glen Whitley were at defiant against Donald Trump and his CDC and his top advisers and put everybody at risk in the county and city today they changed their tune from listening yesterday I can't lose because the emergency management director for one of the largest second largest county in in North Texas Tenkai judge Glen Whitley listen to this yesterday this is not the deadly disease I mean yes it's a virus yes there are folks dying from the US but I don't want to put out you know I don't want to use our OB and I'm not gonna do this this is not a dead this is not available this is not the deadly disease it is not all we have two deaths in the past two days one in Arlington and today a sixty four year old man they they they don't even know it corner virus until and didn't know that he died from Carson till after the band died he wasn't on the list of the court of ours people but he died they tested positive but don't worry judge what what light judge white lease good jazz Whitley's got it this is not the deadly disease Hey man Hey man this is not the deadly disease if you can attend the funerals all people drop dead in ten because of this and I can tell you you did not die from from corporation is not a deadly disease I'm in charge of emergency medicine here in Bali I can't close these places down he said yesterday we just need to work together and and we don't work together by me dictating without talking to them and and quite honestly I don't have that support yeah he doesn't have the authority to shut down the bars and restaurants although it's funny the governor called last night and also in today he had a press conference the governor saying he's close them all down how did that happen wow in my mayor Betsy price change your tune from yesterday today and close down the bars and restaurants to hopefully we got a few several hundred cases of court of ours in yeah I mean I just I hope that we got maybe two three four five hundred more cases in the past twenty four forty hours because they didn't do what Dallas and Dallas County bye week this is the first time I'm praising Dallas and Dallas County and chastising Tarrant county fourth you know that that amazing the star telegram saying fourth entire county slow response to the outbreak has directly contradicted federal guidelines in so if they reported today mayor Betsy price check kind of juggling Whitley announced today that all bars lounges taverns private clubs theaters gyms and other music businesses must close gatherings are capped at fifty people and restaurants craft breweries distilleries and wineries must switch to take out delivery don't don't worry as as we reported earlier governor Abbott has a temporally suspended some laws and you can take in that deliver food and booze to your house now the restaurant is a bunny well you'd.

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"earlier today" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"earlier today" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Airport earlier today as a flight is detained due to corona virus fears news is coming up but first the WLS weather channel forecast mostly cloudy skies for this evening twenty five the low tomorrow partly cloudy thirty three by Wednesday might see some afternoon snow showers thirty five by our Thursday snow early twenty five then Friday sunshine returns but cooler with high around eighteen from the weather channel I'm Craig Ross W. L. S. A. may ninety another update in thirty minutes thirty seven at o'hare thirty six it midway thirty one at the lake front they sell response in apart by nature valley sweet and salty virus if you love nature valley sweet and salty bars feel of the sweet and salty minis it's all of the intelligence savory goodness you now now in a smaller size at one hundred calories snacking is never been so sweet new nature valley sweet and salty minis at midway airport earlier today as Southwest Airlines jet was detained would've landed as medical personnel checked out a sick passenger on board who had recently traveled to China no other Chicago fire department said they responded to a flight from New York that had two passengers on board a mother and a daughter they've been in China just last month fire department says even though the daughter did show symptoms of a domino distress she did not register a fever near the one hundred or one hundred four degree threshold the mother was not experiencing any symptoms at all an unrelated male passenger who complained of chest pains was also reportedly checked out and cleared southwest says a passenger in question.

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"earlier today" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"earlier today" Discussed on 600 WREC

"In a tweet earlier today calling the Democrats push for more witnesses a con job wall street's rallying meantime the Dow is up one hundred thirteen points America is listening to fox please pro gun injury crash still working here in Jackson Avenue south of I. forty here in the north like what for a little bit is going there was new at eleven fifteen and has a little bit more time on it before they can get rid of it I'm Charlie still with your Memphis total traffic it's easier to change the world than you think sponsor a child in extreme poverty with compassion international and you will change the world for that child just text the word child to eight three three nine three to sponsor right now weather update about thirteen year old is pretty posted pictures are slowly on the rise this afternoon highs in the low seventies but mostly cloudy skies in some spotty showers and thunderstorms because see some small hail and gusty winds some of the stronger storms overall the severe threat for today will be on the low at the much cooler temperatures in store for the mid south after today your full forecasted by I'm Jim just go with your money now a surprise from target today the retailer reporting disappointing holiday results the company says same store sales for November and December rose just one point eight percent below analysts' expectations at well below the previous year's five point seven percent growth the big box retailer sets apparel sales did well but several other key holiday categories including toys in the electronics were lack luster target shares are skating seven percent today otherwise those stocks are modestly higher near mid section putting the major indexes in record high territory the Dow industrials up a hundred thirty four points the nasdaq is gained thirty one the S. and P. is up ten.

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"earlier today" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"earlier today" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hit by a car earlier today on poplar street just having treated for her injuries turning now to our top story president trump's response to last night Iranian missile strikes at the White House earlier he says Iran appears to be standing down which he says is a good thing for all parties concerned and for the world the White House backing off now from using trips to retaliate earlier today Mr trump said Iran has to back off to from its nuclear aspirations as long as I'm president of the United States Iran will never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon president says the U. S. knew about a possible strike early on which help to avoid any Iraqi or American casualty the precautions taken the dispersal of forces and in early warning system that worked very well Mr trump says the US will impose new strong sanctions on the Iranians and he also called on NATO allies to take a more proactive role in helping to achieve stability in the Middle East the civilized world bows send a clear and unified message to the Iranian regime your campaign of terror murder mayhem will not be tolerated any longer it will not be allowed to go forward and we have no immediate response yet from the Iranians after this address although earlier today Iranian president Hassan Rouhani so the final answer to solo monies death would be a kick all American forces out of the Middle East stay with us right here on WBZ we got updates on this story got you covered all day really you can find us on the radio and otherwise on the go anytime just download the I heart radio app couple of taps and you can pull us up anywhere you want I want seventeen other news of the day in Washington house Republicans are calling for speaker Nancy Pelosi to release those articles of impeachment so the Senate can go ahead with its trial of president trump Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell saying he has the votes to bring those proceedings immediately when he gets those articles Democrats though have been pushing for the Senate to set more specific terms for that trial also calling for further witnesses to be heard including former national security adviser John Bolton here's representative in the bigs in a press conference call and Nancy Pelosi to quit being.

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"earlier today" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"earlier today" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Your head earlier today and we were wondering when you're gonna come by and pick it up of course at this point I'm thinking like his head is like my monkey's paw it's like the head that won't go away and I I tell them it's it's done you know I got a lot of work right now I can't just drop everything and go up and pick up the head you know can you just please hold onto it for a while and he says you know your step mother and I are really trying to reduce clutter in our home I think we both really appreciate it if you got it as soon as possible no this rejection of the head hurts me more than any of the other had rejections more than my wife's copy golfing at the mere idea of taking home where my my wife leaving it interacts husbands garage or my mother leaving interacts has was grows because my father left us when when I was ten and as a result his approval has always been something that I desired more than anyone else's and because it's been so elusive and so this really sticks with me and I say down this is gonna sound completely ridiculous but it hurts my feelings that you don't want my head and he says I know exactly what you mean and I think for second this is great we've reached this whole new level of father son understanding and then he says there's a painting of Mary and the downstairs closet that nobody wants.

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"earlier today" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"earlier today" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The president earlier today in New York at this headline from The Washington Post Ukraine isn't Washington's top priority but it is sparking another Washington scandal keep in mind the president's own campaign manager Paul man a fort is in jail because of his dealings with Ukraine the president will be at the United Nations tomorrow we'll have live coverage of the speech before the UN General Assembly getting underway at approximately ten AM eastern time reacting to the comments by the president on the Senate floor democratic leader Chuck Schumer. now Mister president over the weekend details emerged about president trump's conduct with the Ukrainian president the lan ski. specifically the president's phone calls with the Ukrainian leader were subject of an official whistle blower complaint by a member of the intelligence community. the intelligence community inspector general a trump appointee determined that this was blowers complaint is credible and a matter of urgent concern. subject matter quote not only fails within the DNR within the D. N. eyes jurisdiction but relates to one of the most significant and important of the D. and eyes responsibilities to the American people on quote. by law by letter. a whistle blower complaint labeled in this way must be transmitted to Congress not shall be transmitted to Congress must be. trump administration has not allow that to happen. so far in the face of this dire warning and the trump administration's effort to cover.

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"earlier today" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:27 min | 3 years ago

"earlier today" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Comments concerns or you have information that you think could help other people eight four four two two zero zero nine six five on my way to work earlier today by the way we also want to know if you think the public's hurricane cookie cake is funny or not so much funny the hurricane cookie cake now selling at Publix I saw I was on my way to work today and I stopped at ace hardware to get a a tarp for the for the old window in the back of my house that my wife things might get blown out so just appeasing her by getting a tart okay so so I'm at ace hardware and I'm waiting on line and while I'm waiting on line the the one of the girls behind the counter is answering the phone hello ace hardware no we don't have any water thirty seconds later hello ace hardware no we don't have any water so people are calling ace hardware to see if they have water that tells you how short the water supply as you know we've seen all the photos now Walmart Publix everywhere the water aisles completely sold out yeah Tony I mean my sleeper last night was so I left work on a little bit later last places around ten o'clock I hit the I just happen to be in line for sandwich I hit the wall while at the use of the quarterly road in seventeen ninety two and they had multiple gallons of water and I'd be a public surly was completely empty but there were still right at the bottom they have the multiple leader type bottles as well so you know I'm sure it's probably a little more expensive than you would be paying at a grocery store forget gallons of water there but they are pretty decent stock at and at this point it doesn't convenience al ways price by a mile all right yeah I mean last time there was a hurricane swung Irma came along I got the public just a day too late and I had to buy a bunch of Fiji water so you can imagine what it up then head right because it was all a act right right right my son went to a gas station last night to get gas in his car and you know he's eighteen year old kid right is that he has a Volkswagen yeah he doesn't use premium but the the only gas they had was premium yeah you know he he he filled up his car with premium which cost like forty five dollars instead of thirty five dollars but you know what are you gonna do right the convenience fast outweigh the costs that this point yet but your skivvies to there is I mean that's a big reason when governor to Santa Sir earlier talked about expanding the state of emergency a big reason that they did that is because with the state of emergency declared it allows them to kind of free of some fuel reserves and get the trucks moving a little sooner than later to try to avoid those massive gas lines that you know I remember they existed during Irma thankfully the state over the years has got a lot better at dealing with the gas lines and but they're certainly going to try to you know avoid the avoid the aftermath yes absolutely and and folks have gotten a lot I have gotten a lot better after the last few hurricanes as well at taking hurricanes more seriously because years ago especially here in central Florida years ago people would say all it's not coming here you know I mean hurricanes never came to central Florida will people get comfortable too because we're so in right right and when I first moved to Palm Beach county many years ago every time there was a hurricane thread people would say all hurricane hasn't hit Palm Beach county in twenty five years I'm not worried and then I guess it was two thousand five four two thousand three when we got two or three hurricanes in Palm Beach county in one year so you always have to prepare for the worst and just hope for the best but when it comes to these hurricanes anything could happen all right Kim into winter haven good afternoon Kim what's up well this is my first year here and I your friend aluminum one night on the back of my home and it if that's really low next to the concrete I know what's going to fly and I would like to know does anybody have any suggestions on how to make it from a homemade sand bags that I could put out side up against my door just that kind of you know get her some of the water I use a zip lock bag I'm sure you can yes we've had we've had lots of open mikes with different suggestions of pseudo sandbags if you are in are you in Lake County or is that Paul county okay well okay most of the counties are now giving away free sandbags I'm not sure specifically of of Polk County at the moment we can try and get that information for you but if you don't want the hassle of going down to the community center or of it wherever that might be in trying to fill up the sand bags I know people have suggested using bags of mulch in place of sandbags all all and that's kind of a good one I've done that myself you can use both bags of mulch in place of sand bags and then there we've got a lot of other suggestions about yet filling up your own like hefty bag with water and putting that out there but okay I've got a list of a sandbag Phil site locations here for Paul county there's one in there you go there's one in mulberry others one in Lakeland there's one in fort Meade there's wanted Frostproof there's one in Auburndale there's one in done di OB Polk County E. O. C. is tweeted a list of all of these right now odd that's at Polk emergency on Twitter for looking for that information all right Kim there you go great question I hope that answers it for you and you can keep listening because no doubt will get more advice and suggestions on what to do for sandbags if you are in any other county Orange County seminal county Osceola county let even Lake County we have a complete list of the sandbag locations in the news that a six point five W. D. B. O. app at the time that the list was made Brevard county in Volusia county had not yet made an announcement as far sandbag so Lake County I see only county Orange County seminal county you can find all the sandbag locations in the news that a six point five W. D. B. L. at eight four four two two zero zero nine six five we need to take a break right here will come back with more of your phone calls eight four four two two zero zero nine six five it is a special extended hurricane Dorian addition of Orlando's evening news such security triple team traffic I for respond you've got delays now off and on for Moby T. up to Lee road thirty to forty minutes is that picks up here so for Maitland of four thirty six now forty six to the bridge westbound.

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"earlier today" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"earlier today" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"So I was talking to my brother earlier today is in an undisclosed location it's a bunker in North Carolina we're talking about my parents who were in Florida actually my parents are about broaden our in ten minutes maybe north of the official Southern Command where Mr Limbaugh's vacationing at the moment and hurricane Dorian heading right there it's a same CAD three that's all I know at the moment I want to throw out another category or anything but it's going to be it's going to be substantial and my parents have been through so many hurricanes and my mother hates it when I mention her rates are just mention my dad's age he just turned eighty and the trick with my dad is may it it don't keep going around see my dad still thinks he's very young so he's AT and he'll say well you know I really think I should go out and help some of these old people in the neighborhood that you're one of the old people no no I don't say that in a bad way I'm just saying there's no reason the eighty year old man who uses the bow flex you know it you don't need to go around and and help all the seventy year old people board up their windows I mean that's a that's a beautiful Christian thing I think it's great but just hang out secure the perimeter so that's always funny that was right up there with do you have a relative that is older and they you know they're they're now in their seventies and eighties and they drive around and they complain about old people driving this this old guys in front of me my god he's got to be sixty three away anyway so we hope the best we hope you're prepared you have plenty of time you folks in Florida and in in the path and thank god it didn't hit Porter Rico because that was I don't think Porter Rico could take another hit because you're still recovering from the last hit and so that's a of a blessing in disguise this is the Rush Limbaugh show my name is Ken Matthews thrilled to be here from flyover country central PA where I trust probably seven or eight of my thirteen regular listeners are tuning in you can join the conversation today of course eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two and it's always a pleasure to be in for America's anchorman I'm gonna be here tomorrow too yeah that's exciting I'm gonna be running up that hotel tap so there's a there's something that's happening I maybe you picked up on this and it's so sad that because when you think about it it's really news and the news organizations are they've proven most news organizations are just an extension of the Democrat party and it's sad because I think one of the biggest stories I would say of our generation is how the political parties are there in essence they're getting re design they're getting reconstructed right before our very eyes and president trump prove that with the GOP and I've never been a huge fan of the establishment environment the whole establishment people that have been in the GOP for too long it's sector but there's a there's a re building or redefining of the Democrat party which I happen to believe it's going to get president trump reelected but you have this blood sick movement Candace so once very active in that she's a a young conservative woman of color extremely articulate just very her presence very very exciting to be around because she soul loves America and the constitution and you have people like Ben Shapiro and there's there's a young energy that is inspiring the redesign of the Democrat party so you have bled sick you have this walk away movement which I didn't know till recently the the actor that leads it super cool he's he's all over he's all over social media now I think there's seven eight hundred thousand people that made videos or something about walking away so you have you have the blood sick the people of color leaving the Democrat party en masse and being open about it to me that's a story that's a big story news media is not gonna cover it because it helps trump and they don't cover things that help trump they don't do headlines that help trump or the make trump look good or the last thing the news media or the Democrat party once is a Democrat saying you know he's actually not doing that bad I mean he's got his issues but you know overall things are going pretty well I might give another shot that's the last thing but you know based on the comedy line up of the laughs I think that's what's going to happen let's talk about the comedy line a brief briefly it's gonna be ABC news and he only busy all which I believe is September twelfth the next the next debate I was talking to Mr certainly this morning and we're both very disappointed that Chelsea Gabbard isn't it because Tulsi Gabbard it this is this is what's so crazy she's an example of.

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"earlier today" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"earlier today" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"We cannot be radical enough that was the message naturalist david attenborough delivered the british lawmakers earlier today mr ryan burrow with speaking to a uk parliament committee about how to addressed the climate emergency here's how much right and broke responded when asked about his government target to reach zero carbon emissions by twenty fifty that's just not the way focusing the problem becomes becomes cannot beat a radical enough in in with with those issues of racism the question is what is practically possible how committed you take electra with this in in dealing with these things because it costs money in the stick tubs i mean dealing with this book which means you're gonna change launched a meeting with the public good the cost internationally it's gonna cost money and so the question is how possibly rico is how false henry does the most encouraging thing is i see of course is the electors tomorrow or whether you're making themselves their voices but it now and i'm fat a is a it's also great comfort in ways but also of of of of justification unreality the these people young people now recognizing that will just wants to fusion i might impact you know the next decade i'm a head and and all of us here a case because we both we face the problems coming but in the public is another twenty thirty years of any major problems of the santa claus great social unrest on unpaid changes in the way we won't it won't be eaten dozens of so that's gonna miss attenborough went a step further when asked about the shift in public perception towards climate change suggesting in the near future polluting the planet may become more early reviled as slavery was a time in in the nineteenth century when it was perfectly acceptable for civilized human beings things just sink the jet was morally acceptable to actually own another human beings this life and somehow or another in the space of i suppose there's about twenty thirteen years this body miss is a lot of of the of the nineteenth century able becoming intolerable suppose suppose now there's a huge change in public perception and if you like in public perception of morality is m and i suspect we are right now in the beginning of a big change young people in particular of all the all the stimulus that's bringing about in which we help people out seventy beginning on members of the public understanding to chuck plastic in the ocean is an insult to to have the nerve to say this is out of operation and then will give you money and a few spots on your land incentivize and the father used is in some ways the young people see the muscles right that was so david attenborough speaking to british lawmakers earlier today about the need for swift and radical action on climate change too many dead people not enough treat what is the uk

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"earlier today" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"earlier today" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Rain fell earlier today and flash flooding is a real possibility, especially they say, in the coal acts areas still, so four drivers. Here's this. Reminder, do not go through the flooded areas with your vehicle, you could end up in a disastrous situation until a lot of people have drowned. Well, fficials, NPR dice are encouraged with PGN is plan to provide power for the town, which was devastated by the campfire, PG and told paradise residents at a community meeting this week that the power company will be putting in underground lines when rebuilding the energy delivery system. It was welcome news for paradise which is in the early stages of a rebuild. Mayor Jodi Jones says this helps the town in their planning process excited about the announcement that PD made it's gonna make a huge difference in fire safety in our ability to improve our evacuation route. It's just going to be so good for the town PG, and he also said, they will underground utilities on private roads as well. Jones says the announcement answers one of the big infrastructure questions that paradise was facing officials with the power giant also apologized for the fire, which drew an appreciative applause from the hundreds in attendance. Mike Baca news, ninety three point one can't be K six oh, five let's get your traffic. Troublespot now with Dana has and give me a break. So get rid of a mental bumpers tire tread and the number four and six lanes eastbound fifty at the, the Mayfield road off ramp just west of there. So be prepared to slow down. We're going to take a look at the rest of the right as one about five minutes from now. California's working poor finding it harder than ever to move up the economic line or toward the middle class, cave KK's, Joe Michaels is covering that story joins us live here in.

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"earlier today" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

14:36 min | 3 years ago

"earlier today" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Interesting that earlier today, hold as ice and got so nice in the afternoon more niceness tomorrow and even Monday. New Jersey one point five. Jeez. Yeah. The tide is high even the tide pods are. Hi Hello there. Weekdays we talked weekends. We rock New Jersey. One one point by my name is Bob O'Brien and a little bit nervous about tomorrow. I go to find out what I o or what I'm going to get a refund on my taxes. Now, I do a lot of work in New York, New York taxes here. I'm not expecting a lot back. You know what? Fight as well jump van Halen. Maybe. Matlab? Teenage? New. The manager. So. Something strong. Check it out the Whalen show. See? Gave by. Road. Bye. That is gonna me. What the heck is that song about anyway? Jersey chime time eight thirty four here with Bob O'Brien, mighty men for men for man's earth band and blinded by.

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"earlier today" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:45 min | 3 years ago

"earlier today" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Earlier today, we had been SAS on the Senator from Nebraska, and he just love him. He threw down the gauntlet yesterday. Here's what he said in congress about these new abortion bills. Listen, let's be really clear about what we're talking about. Here. We're talking about fourth trimester abortion or what anyone in the normal world's calls infanticide. That's what we're talking about. And the governor of Virginia has been defending this all day yesterday, and again today going out and trying to quit vacate and qualify, and then double down and again say he wants to defend this practice, which is infanticide. We're talking about. We're talking about killing a baby that's been born. Euphemism. We're not talking about a clump of cells. We're talking about a little baby girl who's been born and his on a table and a hospital or a medical facility, and then a decision our debate would be had about whether or not you could kill that little baby. Everyone in the Senate ought to be able to say unequivocally that killing that little baby is wrong. This doesn't take any political courage. And if you can't say that if there's a member of this body that can say that there may be lots of work you can do in the world, but you shouldn't be here. You should get the heck out of any calling in public life. Were you pretend to care about the most vulnerable among us? So he is going on Monday. He's taking the floor using rule fourteen whatever that is to to Russia Bill to the to the floor of the Senate, and he is going to ask all one hundred senators to stand up and declare that they are against infanticide. And he said that should be the easiest vote to ever go down. That was a child is born we can't kill it. Yeah. I'm trying to try, and you know, like with with the the Bill that came out of Virginia. I I do make an effort to okay, what's what's really happening here. What's Paulson's announcers? But a general statement of events such bad, and we're against killing children post birth is that that seems like that's what the governor of a doctor who is now the governor of Virginia. That's how he described what was in that Bill. He described that can we play that from a couple of days ago, and I'd like to play his is doubling down on it. This is this is what he said we was on WTO P radio two days ago asked about this Bill. He'll listen when we talk about third trimester abortions. These are done with the consent of obviously, the the mother with the consent of the physicians more than one physician, by the way. And it's done cases where there may be severe deformities. There may be a fetus that's non bible. So in this, particular example, if a mothers in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable infant would be resuscitated. If if that's what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother, so so I think this was really blown out of proportion. But again, we want the government not to be involved in these types of decisions we want the decision to be made by the the mothers and their providers. And this is why Julie that legislators most of whom are men, by the way shooting. Be telling a woman what she should. And shouldn't be doing with the baby is born kept comfortable as they decide. What to do with it? That's infanticide. Here's his doubling down the next day. I'm a physician, I'm also the the governor. But when I'm asked questions, so a lot of times is put into context of of beneficient, again realizing how we approach how we manage patients. How we offer advice and counsel. So so now, I I don't have any regrets. But I do find that. How my comments I did answer that question. I I regret that those comments have been mischaracterized the personal insults toward me. I really find disgust inside again, as I said in my comments earlier, you know, we can agree to disagree, Allan. But but let's be civil about it. I don't I haven't heard anybody taking shots against him personally. And that of course would be wrong and just take us off track. There's no way to read what he said any differently. What he said literally was the baby would be born resuscitate it if that's what the family wanted. But then kept comfortable while we discussed what would happen notice. Also, the absence of the father. It is only a discussion between the physician and the mother as he described it. I mean, isn't that kind of opened in it? Because I in a cookie displayed he says that the baby would be resuscitated if that's eight and he said that it would be resuscitated if that's what the the mother wanted. But that's still seems reasonably Germain because we have that conversation about re resuscitation with adults to and you have an association order. But then he says the discussion ensues, I mean, I I didn't get from that that he necessarily set a discussion about terminating the child, and he said a discussion through so maybe they're going to talk to you know, he said the baby would be kept comfortable while a discussion played again played again. Please. The TOPS, and we talk about third trimester abortions. These are done with the consent of obviously, the the mother with the consent of the physicians more than one physician, by the way. And it's done in cases where there may be severe deformities. There may be a fetus that's non bible. So in this, particular example, if mothers in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable the infant would be resuscitated. If if that's what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and mother, so so I think this was really. But again, we want government discussion of what I don't know. I just you know, I I tend to try and be as charitable as I can about in vigorous statements, which is why I'm if he if he came out and said, if a child has deformities we will discuss whether or not terminate the trial that that I would go that's a pretty big alarm there. But I'm just I'm trying to give white birth of. If he said say, you know, maybe the the the child is going to have multiple they're gonna have to resuscitate available times, we have a discussion about whether to do that or something like that. I feel like that's a different categorical discussion than you know, infanticide. Boy, I wish I could agree with you on that. Because that's usually I try to in this audience knows I try to give people the benefit of the doubt until they don't deserve it anymore. And seeing that we are a society that has heard for so long. Safe, legal and rare. And now it is all the way to birth. And that's in writing can you please play the Virginia conversation in the house in Virginia as they were going back and forth with the co sponsor of this Bill. This is a few days ago before the governor where someone in the house is trying to get nailed down. What does this mean? Exactly. Is there a cutoff? Go ahead. How late in the third trimester physician performance abortion. If he indicated would impair them until health of the of the woman. Okay. Talking about the mental. So I mean through the first trimester third trimester goes all the way up to forty weeks. Okay. But to the end of the third trimester. And I think we have a the where it's obvious that woman is about to give birth. She has physical signs of that. She's about to give birth would that still be a point at which she could request an abortion if she was so certified. Dilating? Mr Chairman that would be a, you know, a decision that the doctor physician and the women understand that I'm asking you. If you're Bill allows that allow that. So the cosponsor who is pro choice after this came out and said, I'm new to the house. I'm new to this process. I am a co-sponsor of this. I apologize. I did not read this carefully enough. I went back and read it it is way beyond anything that. I was talking about I want nothing to do with it and withdrew her sponsorship. We'll because the clip you just played. It's my read on that was you can have a late term abortion. If a doctor certifies they'll have some sort of mental effect on you, which is to say if you're going to be stressed Saturday night subject somewhat subjective state as opposed to let your life is in danger or the child is on viable erect. That's not what we're talking about. Here. We're talking about where we might have a host pardon blues, which points, basically in the third trimester abortions, which by the way, it would be against. Yes. I know I know. So it's it's. If because we have been safe rare. And what was it safe safe rare? And what was the third one? I can't remember now, but we were there, and that was we're just trying to make sure that you know, it's safe, and it's rare because it's going to happen. We don't want him back alleys. That's no longer it. And now, we have Virginia we have it passed in New York, this what she's talking about has passed in New York, you have a Vermont. And I think Rhode Island going for the same thing now. So all of a sudden, we've hit not a slippery slope. It's been a slippery slope. And that's what people have said, it's a slippery slope. It's going to get further and further the other way slippery slope slippery slope. And they've always said, it's not a slippery slope. No it you're right. It's not it's a cliff. This hasn't been all of a sudden, we have this law that is that insane that you can say, you know, what I don't what for familial reasons is in the in the New York law for familial reasons. I my husband is gone. John or I don't have a babysitter. Because my mom can't help out any reason at all is okay. In the New York law. We're not even close as a people to that. And I will tell you that it is it is it is clarified the Polina the woman in Poland. Who is a righteous among the nations who told me at a time, and it didn't it's becoming more and more clear to me what this means Glen, you're looking at this wrong. The righteous people who save the Jews. They didn't suddenly become righteous. They just refuse to go over the cliff with the rest of humanity. You don't expect a society to all of a sudden just drop off a cliff? But that is it. That's it. This is not a slippery slope. This is not a gradual decline it. This is a cliff, and we're all looking at it. And we're all going. Well, I'm not for that. I'm not for that. But other people have already gone off that cliff and by refusing to say that's a cliff you're going up by saying, no, that's not what it means. By defending it in any way, you've gone off the cliff couple of follow ups. Yes. So with with the Virginia Bill. By the way failed. Now now that the cosponsor out if it was it was going to fail. Anyway. I mean, it had it had like to supporters in the Senate, and it really wasn't. And and that that particular Bill in some variation. I think has been happening the last ten years they that that's been a perennial thing. And it's almost it's you know, there's there's there's always somebody who's writing bills about various pet projects this them just happened to catch media attention this time because it passed in New York. Yeah. Could be getting. So the the might take away when I was reading it or read the full Bill, but reading synopses for various website..

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