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The Charlie Kirk Show
Scott Presler Tells Us About the Wisconsin Supreme Court Race
"Us now is Scott pressler to actually connect the stories together, we're going to talk about Wisconsin and I have a feeling that our Wisconsin viewers are going to want to hear more about Aaron Rodgers than about the Supreme Court seat, but they should honestly care about this more. Scott, welcome to the program. I think it's the most important election in 2023. Talk to us about the Wisconsin Supreme Court seat. Thank you, Charlie. Well, I'm here in Wisconsin and Milwaukee. And what people need to understand is right now, the Supreme Court is for Republicans to three Democrats. But one Republican is retiring, meaning that on April 4th, if we are not successful at electing justice Daniel Kelly, the court will flip from conservative to liberal. And I want to remind our Wisconsin viewers that governor Evers, a Democrat, tried to impose a stay at home order. And it was just as Daniel Kelly that was the deciding vote that negated and nullified that stay at home order, providing for Wisconsin's schools to open businesses to open churches to open. So everything is on the line with this election. If you believe in gun rights and hunting rights and school choice and voter ID and proof of residency in all comes down to the all important election on April 4th for justice Daniel Kelly.
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"evers" Discussed on Black History Year
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AP News Radio
Candidates who backed overturning Trump loss are rebuffed
"Election deniers who backed Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election failed in some of their highest profile races I'm Ben Thomas with a look Pennsylvania Michigan and Wisconsin went for President Biden in 2020 In 2022 the Republican nominees for governor in those swing states all repeated Donald Trump's false claims that the presidential election had been stolen in all three of those candidates lost after winning reelection Wisconsin governor Tony Evers the Democrat told his supporters you showed up because you saw our democracy was on a brink of existence and he decided to do a damn thing about it That means the GOP won't be able to change the way elections are administered in Wisconsin but nearly a third of the 85 Republican candidates for governor Secretary of State and attorney general embrace Trump's efforts to overturn his 2020 loss about half one and in two key states Arizona and Nevada races for top posts remain too close to call Republican candidate for Arizona governor Carrie Lake telling her supporters on election night We had a big day today and don't let those cheaters and crooks think anything different I'm Ben Thomas
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
A Look at Gubernatorial Polls With Charlie Pierce
"Speaking of electorally, there's a glitter of hope you retweeted that chuck grassley's and it's statistical tie. Someone tweeted, I was gonna go blue, blue tsunami incoming and you just said, hello. Yeah, I mean, yeah, this is a race that nobody's noticed. Right. Right. And you know, I wonder, the guy who's running against, by the way, his name, Mike Franken. Yeah. And I'm wondering how many people in Iowa think they're voting for Al Franken. That's fine. You know, seriously. And it's life and death for old chuck and he's not, you know, he's built for comforting and built for speed. He's not built for the home stretch right now. Yeah. So who knows? I mean, I mean, I think you're going to, I think what you are going to see is a lot of split ticket voters. Yeah. Yeah. For example, I think in Iowa, Kim Reynolds is probably going to get reelected governor. But grassley could lose. Yeah. Whitmer's going to win. You know, I think the democratic gubernatorial candidates are in great shape. Do you? I hope so. Tony Evers in Wisconsin, I'm sending novena upwards for, but I think a lot of them, I think a lot of them are going to survive more Healy's going to win, you know, from here or there in Massachusetts, not the typical of anything. Right. Right. But you know, I guess it is astounding that statistical speaking of statistical ties, Herschel Walker. Has gone up despite all these allegations. I don't believe any of the polling out of Georgia. I really don't. Nobody's been able to predict Georgia correctly for about ten years now. Yeah. I think that there's a whopping big vote down there who doesn't want to be represented in Congress by, you know, inarticulate doof.
AP News Radio
Kleefisch downplays Trump endorsement on final swing
"Donald Trump reasserts his grip on Republicans in the key swing state of Wisconsin where his candidate for governor Tim Michaels won the primary Michael is a wealthy businessman who owns a construction company beat the former lieutenant governor who was endorsed by Mike Pence and state Republican leaders at his victory party last night He thanked Trump It was a tremendous validation of our meteoric rise in this campaign He knows that we need to have new leadership in Madison Audio courtesy WK OW during her concession speech Rebecca clayfish urged supporters to stay in the fight The fight now is truly against Tony Evers And the liberals who wants to take away our way of life Michael's face is Evers in the general election as much as Trump's influence in the primary was clear some Republicans fear his involvement could hurt GOP candidates in November including the state's Republican senator considered the most vulnerable up for reelection I'm Julie Walker
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Tim Michaels Wins Wisconsin Republican Nomination for Governor
"Got renominated last night. You got renominated last night. Any upsets anything interesting happened in Wisconsin elections last night? Well, I mean, the governor primary was coming down to the wire. It was close to Michael's prevailed over Rebecca, clayfish, Rebecca, clay fish, was the former lieutenant governor, endorsed by former governor Scott walker, Tim Michaels is a businessman who was endorsed by former president Trump. And so that was a very hard fought primary to Michael's prevailed and so now we have the task of uniting the party behind Tim Michael's in order to oust governor Evers, who has been a terrible governor and he was vetoed any number of common sense conservative legislation. So that was really the race everybody was watching. You know, there were a lieutenant governor's race where a state senator from my district, who I know well prevailed, but other than that, it was mostly the governor's primary that people were focused on.
"evers" Discussed on WTOP
"You're with WTF 19 lane. At four 51. Campaign 2022 on WTO, this early morning two wins for former president Donald Trump came in late last night in the latest primary elections just about a day after his Florida estate was searched by the FBI. One victory is in Wisconsin this morning, another Minnesota. Let's go to political junkie podcast host, Kidd rudin, this early morning two has run political coverage for ABC News and NPR. Good morning sir. Good morning, dean. Let's start in Wisconsin where the wealthy construction executive Tim Michaels backed by Donald Trump has won the Republican nomination for governor. He'll challenge Democrat Tony Evers in the fall. Why do you think this guy Michaels had that win over the candidate backed by Mike Pence in the entire Wisconsin Republican establishment? Well, this is exactly what happened last week in Arizona when the Republican governor and Mike Pence back the Republican candidate for governor and Donald Trump came in late and back another person who won. Tim Michaels was not expected to win a couple of months ago, Rebecca clayfish was clearly the FrontRunner. If you had the establishment backing, but a combination of Trump's endorsement, which did make a big difference in Wisconsin and the fact that Michael spent $10 million on his campaign that doesn't hurt either, really put him over the top. Now let's hop over to the Minnesota this morning where we don't usually pay that much attention to Secretary of State races, but we sure are this year. Kim Crockett has won the Republican Secretary of State primary making her the latest GOP candidate who has lied about the 2020 election to win the party's nomination to become a state's top election official. She's called the 2020 election rigged and illegitimate. Can you talk this morning just for a few seconds about this particular race? And then about the growing number of such candidates could some do you think win this wall? Well, it depends on the state, of course, but you're absolutely right that she is not the only person who weighs been nominated by the Republican Party who has claimed that the 2020 election was a fraud. So this candidate in Minnesota joins other candidates around the country and it's a little frightening because these are the people who may very well decide how the votes are counted in 2022 and 2024. And if that's the case and if the elections don't go their way, there could be some kind of foul play that will make 2020 look like just a walk in the park. Okay, let's move up to Connecticut this early morning. Leora levy has won the Republican nomination there for Senate to challenge Democrat Richard blumenthal. While the GOP has not won in decades, it keeps trying in this seat. Anything to see here? Yeah, no, no, not at all, actually. But the Senate race with a Senate race in Connecticut, Richard blumenthal is a clear favorite to beat the Republican candidate in November. The gubernatorial race will be tough though because governor Ned Lamont, the Democrat is having a rematch with bob stefanowski, the Republican, they ran a very close race against each other in 2018. And stephanos back for more in 2022. That's the definition of race to watch in what usually is overwhelmingly democratic Connecticut. Quickly, we have a little time left. What are a couple of more races that came together you think last night that you'd have us pay attention to going into November? Well, first of all, one thing I just want to say that in Wisconsin and I Robin vos, who the speaker of the assembly, his opponent was endorsed by Donald Trump because pro tip wouldn't work to overturn the numbers in Wisconsin as more strenuously as Trump wanted. So there is a little defeat for Trump there. And one thing I do want to point out in Vermont, Becca balance, he was running for Congress for an open democratic seat. The congressman there pretty Welch is going to run for pat Lee. He's seat in November, the Democrat, but Becca balance won the democratic primary for Congress and Vermont has never elected a woman to Congress at the House or Senate. So there's a little history in the making in Vermont. All right, Sarah on Skype with this sporting political junkie podcast host can rutten, who is run political coverage, rabies news and NPR. Thank you for joining the cis early morning. Thanks, dean. Campaign 2022 continues on WTO, you are listening to auto 3.5 FM and WTO fee dot com. Where the time now Wednesday morning is four 55, we bring you money news at 25 and 55. This is a Bloomberg moneyment that Justice Department has Google in its crosshairs. 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"evers" Discussed on WTOP
"Dot com today and schedule your free in home estimate. Nice to have you here tonight at 7 ten. And its campaign 2022 on WTO this evening's primary elections in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Connecticut and Vermont come one day after former president Trump's Mar-a-Lago Florida home was searched by the FBI. It sent some Republican strategists scrambling, especially those with a Trump endorsement tonight, some of the election results could be a clear indication of the former president's hold. Joining us live on Skype, political junkie podcast host Ken rudin, who is coordinated political coverage at ABC News and NPR, and Ken, let's begin in Wisconsin, construction company co owner, Tim Michaels, has Trump's endorsement in the governor's race, establishment Republicans, including Mike Pence and former governor Scott walker, have endorsed Rebecca clayfish, but it's important to point out that both candidates have said some things in denial of the 2020 election and Joe Biden's victory. That's absolutely right. A matter of fact, Wisconsin is like Arizona, the state we saw a week or so ago, which is also had a lot of Republicans running for office there that spent most of their campaign denying that the 2020 election resulted in a Joe Biden victory. So it's interesting that Tim Michaels has been endorsed by Donald Trump because clayfish, the former lieutenant governor, has also had questions about the 2020 vote. But whenever it is, Tony Evers is a democratic governor there. He has spent a long time a lot of his tenure blocking Republican efforts to rewrite election laws and he is a top Republican target. The battle between clayfish and Michaels thought to be very, very close. What's happening in the Wisconsin Senate race. Well, it was going to be a very interesting race Mandela Barnes, the lieutenant governor there was probably the favorite, but he had three democratic challenges. It just so happened that last month all three dropped out of the race and endorsed Barnes, Barnes is African American, as I said, he's lieutenant governor, and he's running against Ron Johnson, the Republican senator who may be the most vulnerable Republican in the Senate is a question whether Barnes is too liberal to win, and in Wisconsin, but again with Ron Johnson's numbers, always below sea level. This can be another key race if the Democrats are going to hold on to the Senate. In Minnesota, progressive democratic congresswoman Ilhan Omar is facing a challenger is there anything for her campaign to worry about? Well, there's always something to worry about because she has a lot of negatives and a lot of opponents around the country and in Minnesota, but she should win. I think the most interesting thing in Minnesota, there's a special election in the first district to replace Republican congressman who died of cancer back in February. This Republican candidate Brad finsta, he could very well win the special election today, but lose the primary at the same time. So, you know, the long congressional career of Brad finstad may only last a couple of months. And now asking you to do the impossible in our remaining few seconds, what else is kind of on your radar in Connecticut and Vermont? Well, from a not too much to talk about in Connecticut, but if we only have a few seconds, I would focus on for a month. Of course, Peter Welch is a congressman is running for pat Leahy's Senate seat. He's giving up, but the battle to replace Peter Welch in the house is between a woman whose backed by Bernie Sanders and a more moderate woman backed by pat Leahy for a month has never elected a woman to the house or a Senate. So that's going to be a very interesting primary to watch in Vermont. Thank you so much, Ken. Thank you, Michelle. That is Ken rudin, political junkie podcast host he joined us on Skype. All right, some local kids have been battling to get to the little league World Series. We'll find out how that's going and why commanders head coach Ron Rivera fired somebody today. It's next on WTO. Hey, there's something different about my mango pineapple smoothie. Really? My grandma will wrap a taste fine. Something's definitely different. No difference? Other than I got them for half off, because I ordered on the app. Well, that explains it. Explains what? How things seem to taste so much better when you're getting a sweet deal. Okay
"evers" Discussed on WTOP
"Campaign 2022 now, another primary Tuesday in several states today, including Minnesota, Vermont, and Connecticut. In Wisconsin, voters will be choosing a Republican nominee for governor and it's another race where former president Trump and his former vice president Pence are on opposite sides. Trump has endorsed businessman Tim Michaels, while Pence is backing former lieutenant governor Rebecca Rebecca cleve. Both candidates have falsely claimed that the 2020 election was rigged, although cleave has said that the certifying election results is not constitutional. Michaels has said everything will be on the table. The winner faces democratic governor Tony Evers. Happening today to potentially key witnesses expected to appear before the House January 6th committee, the panel will meet with former Trump Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and Doug mastriano, who's the Trump supported Republican nominee for governor in Pennsylvania. Mastriano was a state senator who happened to be at the capitol January 6th and served as a point person in his state for a plan to keep Trump in office by allegedly using fake electors. However, mastriano's attorney says his client anticipates leaving after about ten minutes unless the committee agrees to terms of his deposition. President Biden has signed the $280 billion bipartisan bill that's designed to support high-tech manufacturing in the U.S.. The president today says that law incentivizes investments in the domestic semiconductor industry and aims to ease the U.S. reliance on overseas supply chains for critical cutting edge goods. The White House says micron will announce a $40 billion plan to boost domestic manufacturing of memory chips. Qualcomm and global foundries are announcing a $4 billion expansion of a chip plant in upstate New York. Some football fans in Northern Virginia will be disappointed this year, a high school football program didn't get enough students to sign up, so it's season is being called off. Manassas park high school will not have a football program this fall. It was a decision that was made because the roster numbers for the cougars were just too low. The team held a number of practices in recent weeks, averaging a turnout of just 11 players. The school's activities director says ideally, he'd need a minimum of 30 players to have a season. He made the announcement that the program was being called off, informing the team's scheduled opponents, as well as the Virginia high school league, which oversees high school sports across the state. Just ahead on WTO fee, we'll speak live with USA Today's Christine Brennan about the retirement announcement of tennis grade Serena Williams, although she's not using that word. We'll talk about that as well. 1136. My doctor told me my blood pressure is borderline. I
The Charlie Kirk Show
The Media So Badly Wants Kyle Rittenhouse to Be Guilty
"Chris Hayes, on MSNBC says, do we want a society in which political conflict is settled on the streets between people with guns? One of which everyone is armed and can therefore view the other person as a plausible threat. Let's just take a timeout. Why was this a problem? It was a problem because the police were not doing their job, and because the National Guard was not deployed by governor Evers, all under the series of Floyd palooza were Jacob Blake was killed and I don't think Jacob Blake was killed. He was just shot, right? He was paralyzed? Is that right? Shot in Kenosha, therefore, we say, well we got a lot of destroy. We gotta let him get it out of their system. Play cut 84. If you're watching this in your gun owner or someone who considers yourself a defender of the Second Amendment abstractly, right? Ask yourself, do we want a society in which political conflict is settled on the streets between people with guns? One in which everyone is armed and can therefore view the other people armed as a plausible threat. And that's not even what this is not even close to what that's about. Instead, it's a simple case of self defense, but the media wants so badly. Kyle rittenhouse to be guilty because all they have is the narrative. All they have is the narrative is that white people are walking on the streets trying to murder black
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Pro-Trump Activist Scott Presler Travels Nation to 'Make America Clean and Great Again'
"Welcome back to one on one with mister Reagan, AKA Chris nose. Chris, what is your message after this incredible upset in Virginia? What do you say to all those people who weren't paying attention to politics? When watching your show weren't listening to my show, but are now saying, yeah, these people who've been running things for decades their crazy. Should they just be listening or should they be doing more than that, Chris? Well, I'll tell you what. Who's the guy that went around doing all the cleanup Evers? The tall skinny guy. Oh, I know. The photo registration. Yeah, really good guy. Yeah. I know who you mean. He's doing. He's doing a hell of a job. Just going around and getting people engaged in running for their local school. I'm cleaning up Baltimore, getting a hundred people to go to Baltimore with trash bags and clean stuff up. Get your producer to find that guy's name. We need to promote that guy. He's an awesome guy. That's right. Yeah, he would actually physically go out with a bunch of people and clean up poor neighborhoods. Literally got pressed there. Good call. Good call. Thank you. Scott pressler. I interviewed him on the show. Awesome guy. Just really good personable human being, you know? And he would go out and he would physically clean up these neighborhoods. And the funny thing is, it's like these were oftentimes black inner city neighborhoods. And these are the neighborhoods that Democrats say they care about. Have you ever heard of a group of Democrats going out and physically cleaning the trash off the sidewalks in a black neighborhood? Of course not. But you do hear about conservatives doing it. And that's the kind of grassroots type thing that we need. And you made a good point about media. We are behind in portraying conservatives in a way that America likes. And I think the reason is because when you get when you have to lie about something, you have to be convincing. When you have to tell the truth, you don't feel like you have to invent some kind of amazing show. So conservatives aren't that good at presenting a show of who we are, left is a great at. They've been doing it for decades. So they're great at the show because they got to sell the lie. We're not that good at the show, because we're like, well, of course they're going to believe it. It's the truth. You
News Talk 1130 WISN
"evers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Get a covid vaccine. No exceptions, no exemptions. And businesses that employ over 100. People. 100 people or more now are mandated to get their folks vaccinated. And if they don't they'll face all kinds of hell from the federal government. That doesn't sound Doesn't sound like it's constitutional. It sounds like power grabbing at its worst. We talked about this yesterday. We've talked about it a lot. Our liberties. Our basic individual liberties are in peril. Not On a regular basis. They are in peril on a minute by minute basis. And so the question we are asking now in power, Wisconsin and we're asking today. On the Vicki McKenna Show is Where do you stand? Tony Evers Governor Tony Evers. On the issue of these federal mandates. Do you stand with this president? Or do you stand with the Constitution? The idea behind all of this may be Uh, Your view of public safety, But really, at the end of the day, this is a power grab, and we've We've learned over the last 2.5 years that this is a governor who likes to grab as much power as he can. He's been strangely quiet, though. We asked him today. Where do you stand on this? Governor? Evers, We've heard nothing back. Haven't to hurt anything on the old Twitter machine or Anything else? So his silence is interesting, by the way, his liberal pal Just to the south in Illinois. JB Pritzker believes this is a bridge too far. So that's got to tell you something. Coming up. Next, though we talk about elections, election integrity with state representative Jenelle branches straight ahead in the Vicky mechanic show. Hang on. Reason Why. All right, Connie, I heard Radio Music Festival is finally passed. September.
News Talk 1130 WISN
"evers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"She is running for governor against incumbent Democrat Tony Evers. Next year. She joins me live on the line right now, Uh, Miss Kleefisch. Thank you so much. Congratulations on making it official. However, did you keep this secret for so long? Yes. I know. I know. It is the worst kept secret in Wisconsin politics, But, you know, I am super proud. Uh, Our team. I'm super proud of the work that led up to this moment. I was so delighted to see you know, a couple 100. People show up at my dad's company this morning, and you know it was. It was a special moment. Ellis flew home from college and violence took the day off of school, which deeply disappointed her as you might imagine, Um, and you know, we're all in the car right now, on our way to Appleton, and then after that, Wassana and then back To walk a shock county for our final event of the night, But I hope that that is indicative of the type of work. I'm going to put into this because then you have seen Your listeners have seen the failed and incompetent leadership of Tony Evers and what it has done to the state of Wisconsin. What a disaster. These last two years have been, and we're offering something different, a far more aspirational and reasonable, honest vision for the future. And I could not be more excited about it. I mean, I'm I'm running because I have two kids that I just want to come back to Wisconsin to live their American dreams and hopefully one day raise their families. But Order to do that. We're going to need to have safe streets. We're going to need actually accountable schools and great paying jobs. And Tony Evers is not the way to get there. Why are you qualified? More than any other Republican who might have already entered the race or enters the race? From here on out? Why are you more qualified? To run them them. Why are you qualified bottom line to be governor of the state of Wisconsin? Then I have both the passion and the experience. I did spend eight years As Scott Walker's lieutenant governor, and in my capacity as lieutenant governor. Things were a little bit different than what you have seen and lieutenant governors in Wisconsin's history. I was actually in all of the budget meetings, asking the questions and helping to refine and define the policy. I was in all of the Cabinet meetings, and when the governor was out of town, I led the Cabinet meetings. I also led my own initiative. Everything from our tax reform round tables to starting the governor's small business stomach to starting a small business academy in order to connect entrepreneurs to the resources they need to start their own small businesses. I led a task force on minority unemployment. I led the task force on opioids abuse with John Nygren. And on top of that, you know, I chaired a couple national organizations, even a lot of federal agency in Washington D C for year after I lost my job as lieutenant governor, I'm ready and there is no one else who can hit the ground running in the way I can and who will Serve the people of Wisconsin with the passion and the knowledge that I have Now you faced criticism for the organization that you just cited the 18 48 project, which for full disclosure has been running ads on our flagship station W I s N radio that this was essentially a campaign. Outfit. How do you respond to what Democrats are already calling, Uh, shady behavior on your part? Have been 100% transparent about the purpose of the 18 48 project from its inception. I said that we have too many people in Wisconsin who feel unheard and unless ins too, and it should be the people dictating the policy to the government, and not the other way around. And so I started the 18 48 project named for When Wisconsin became a state and our pioneer spirit. I started the 18 48 project to travel the state and truly listen. In listening sessions, take notes and write down people's policy ideas, solicit their thoughts about how to make a better Wisconsin and I promised that we would build all of their good ideas into the policy agenda for Wisconsin's future, and I delivered I have done more than 50 listening sessions across the state of Wisconsin, an additional 22 sessions just to a scholars and experts to establish the viability in the constitutionality of the policy choices that we made to include in the documents that we release Just a couple of weeks ago called the forward agenda with our top 56 policy objectives or Wisconsin's future. And before you ask Well, is this your platform? I'm going to tell you This should be and I've said it from the start. This should be Everyone. Vision for Wisconsin. Conservative, reasonable, bold future This should be him. No all conservatives. Thing from because these are the ideas that unite us the ideas that come directly from the people. And there they are. If you take a look at at that website 18 48 project org. I urge you just read That first couple of pages. You don't even need to redraw 16 pages. But I'm proud of the work that we have done listening the people of this confidence. Rebecca Kleefisch joining me, she announced earlier today her candidacy officially for the governorship of Wisconsin. Now, after the election of 2020, Ms Kleefisch, the Overwhelming sentiment of conservatives and trust me. I have heard this more than most. Because the investigation I did into the integrity of the 2020 election here in Wisconsin, there is widespread sentiment. That because there wasn't enough done that The 2022 election will be marred by the same problems without getting into what you would do as governor because the more immediate concern is what you would do as a candidate as we saw things like democracy in the park in Madison leading up to the 2020 election as we saw things like Clerks in Dane County in Milwaukee County, giving patently unlawful advice for people to mark themselves as indefinitely confined to skirt voter idea requirements. As we see all of these things develop, and they will undoubtedly develop in the run up to 2022 over the next year. How will you pledge to your voters to conservatives across Wisconsin that you will do everything you can to challenge changes to the law made at the last minute to challenge The effort to put a weight on the scales of electoral justice here in Wisconsin. Well, First of all we need to pursue of full forensic audit. And I think we are seeing that through the work of both state wrapped in L branch in and justice Michael Gable men through WHO Speaker Flosses Initiative to investigate 2020. I am focused and someone must be on fall of 22. But to your point we're going to go into that race, fighting under the exact same walls and what we fought under in 2020, which means we must have a ruthless Hard working ethic grassroots effort in order to assure that we have the votes to take back the governor's office November 8th of 2022. That's going to involve five strong strategy, most of which is documented, frankly, in an op ed that you wrote. Some time ago, and I hope because I'm talking about it right now that you would be willing to maybe repost it at the top of your Web page because in it, Dan, you talk about the Harvard Cummings as Republicans and one of the things that we will tackle in our campaign and in conjunction with Patriot groups and the Republican Party across the state. One of those things is we have 72 counties, but we have 72 Republican Party branches across Wisconsin. Do you know, Dan and I know you know, But you know friends of the show that every single election clerks are required to take lifts from both the Democrat Party and the Republican Party to pull off in order to employ poll workers for the day..
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
Travis Shaw Hits Walk-off Grand Slam to Give Boston Win Over Rangers
"Let's get to the good stuff. What a big win for the red sox yesterday they blew lead. Were down to their last. Strike austin down iran and out to counter raphael evers and this happened to turn racer comes davos search. The red sox ties saved me now. What was amazing about that plays. Dj peters who's playing centerfield rangers. He almost caught that all. You wouldn't believe how far he went in almost retrieving that ball. By the rangers. Red sox went to the bottom of the tenth inning. Travis shaw came to the plate nucor just returned to the red sox after being with the brewers and this is how it ended three two coming skaters sweaters there for about a walk off the slab
This Morning with Gordon Deal
Massive Flight Delays, Cancellations Prompt Finger-Pointing
"Are racking up an unprecedented number of delays and flight cancellations just months after Congress gave the industry $54 billion to survive the pandemic. From July 1 to July six. Jet blue, for example, delayed 51% of its flights. Southwest Airlines delayed 39% an American Airlines 34% of its flights. What's going on here is Karl Evers Hellstrom. Business and lobbying reporter at the Hill. Carl give US background. So a lot of the biggest airlines have seen sort of a massive increase in delays and cancellations as people actually returned to summer travel. So we saw that around the fourth of July the weekend that some of the top carriers were delaying anywhere from a third to 50% of their flights. Um And I think that has, you know, obviously ruined a lot of people's plans. Um, and also kind of annoyed a lot of the unions and other critics who pointed to, you know, Airlines having taken a lot of, uh, you know government funds to try to ensure that they have kind of a seamless transition back to flying very often. But
Thinking Poker Podcast
Guerrilla Poker's Uri Peleg on Showdown Value Bluffs
"Peleg. Thank you for making time for us today. Thank you for inviting. So we've chatted a little bit. And i guess we've hopefully by the same person you were recommended to me and and i to you but my my introduction to you really was just from watching some of your videos that you have on on youtube right now and i'm aware that there's hours and our maybe even hundreds of hours of your material there that that i haven't seen but i definitely thought of an immediate in how you were thinking about a poker and in particular how you're thinking about like the relationship between I guess just like how we as humans should be using salvors and the kind of a software. That's that's out there now. So i guess i just wanna make sure i give people the heads up that your your youtube channel girl. A poker is is fantastic. And i'm sure your material on run at once and the other material that you have the you sell directly. I'm sure it's quite good as well. Thank you thank you actually. I think my first video. On ron and don's Was exactly about these kinds of eurosctics sticks. Were the first menu i ever made. It's about something called showdown value bumps. His aunt attorney heard about Now i would like to hear my brother. So what i do this. I- i- review a hand and we actually have an article about it on the grill of poker website. This while i review a hand where you can see on some like a seven deuce board That Po solver is barreling on the turn with baltim- parents. You know how. Sorry i'll i sometimes Too much in my own head that it's martin versus bay blind hand a seven deuce board and you solve are betting one third on the floor and then i show that on the turn it over bats with most of its deuces and I kind of want. I sat video. Is that the. If if like most people would look at the hand would be okay and do this probably over batting in order to triple-barrel because it blocks the top of the other player An and kind of move on and not pay too much attention to it. But then i start kind of showing that i actually lead the deuce only over bets on very specific turn cards if the board is a seven news You actually only over backed with compare if the turn is king queen. Jack rhythm that you don't over bet on turn on any any other cars with Comparison and you also fire ever on very specific rivers and you don't on other evers and bar to the point of the video is Now i know all these things. Because i know i the hand bets term that if you don't know why that's the turn your just chewed on the dark at whenever you try to anything that the salaries doing
Today in True Crime
"evers" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Now back to the story on june twelfth nineteen sixty three an assassin killed civil rights leader. Medgar evers in front of his house. Protesters marched in medgar honor wielding signs proclaiming. Him as a civil rights martyr. The protest in jackson resulted in the brutal arrests of over a hundred nonviolent marchers on june nineteenth three thousand people attended his funeral which received full military honors. A former chairman of the american veterans committee spoke at the service calling edgar a brave and courageous soldier to the end then on june twenty third nineteen sixty three police arrested fertilizer salesmen byron de la beckwith although authorities connected byron's enfield rifle to the assassination byron. Wasn't going to remain behind bars for long. T was a well-connected man. Among local law powerful men in the government and military paid byron visits in jail although those conversations remain a mystery byron's affiliation with police the white citizens council and the kkk hint at what was said during the trial when murli took the stand to testify. A surprise guest stormed into the courtroom mississippi governor. Ross barnett marched down. The center of the galleys with everyone. Watching bornet seized byron's hand and shook it then. He sat with the accused murderer. As m- early continued her testimony. The trial continued downhill from there. Byron's defense team that someone broke into his home and stole the rifle before the murder. Meanwhile byron fabricated. An alibi with help from jackson police his former employers to different all white. Juries acquitted byron when byron got away with the murder jackson city through a parade in his honor. Murli and other members of the evers clan started fleeing mississippi with racial hostility boiling across the south other civil rights. Heroes fell two assassins as the years passed on february twenty first nineteen sixty five minister and civil rights activist. Malcolm x was killed on stage in front of four hundred people on april fourth. Nineteen sixty eight a rooftop sniper murder. Dr martin luther king junior on a hotel balcony in june nineteen sixty eight robert f kennedy was killed while campaigning for president. Robert was a lifelong champion of civil rights. And if elected to the oval office would have made it his platform each of these assassins face justice one way or another all. Except for one byron de la beckwith. He remained a free and celebrated hero of white supremacy. Despite the bloody decade civil rights slowly moved forward president lyndon b johnson kept kennedy's progressive policies. Alive championing the civil rights act of nineteen sixty four although racial inequality and institutionalized racism. Persist today the jim crow era was finally over likewise for thirty years. Murli never gave up on a brighter future for her children. She grew in status as an n. Double acp symbol and the widow of martyred medgar evers then. Nine hundred ninety. Four new charges were brought against byron to build. the case. med gersbach body was exhumed to find new evidence he was impeccably preserved due to the embalming she later arranged a second funeral her grown children had a final chance to see their father again as if looking into the past armed with a slew of new evidence. The prosecution successfully indicted byron february fifth nineteen ninety four thirty years after killing medgar. His killer was sentenced to life in prison early announced to the press outside the courthouse. That medgar finally received justice. A highly decorated activists. Today she continues to work with the nwa c. P. meanwhile byron de la beckwith white supremacist. Friends couldn't save him anymore. He died in jail on january. Twenty first.
Today in True Crime
"evers" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Today is saturday. June twelfth twenty twenty one on this day in nineteen sixty three civil rights activist medgar evers was assassinated by a white supremacist. Welcome today true. Crime a spotify original from podcast. Due to the graphic nature of these crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes depictions and discussions of murder that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. Today we're covering the day. A white supremacist. Assassin killed medgar evers. Let's go back to jackson. Mississippi on june twelfth nineteen sixty three murli ever stayed up to nine. She waited eagerly for her husband. Thirty seven year old medgar to come home after spending days away on business. There was so much they needed to discuss just hours before on the evening of june eleventh president john f. kennedy addressed the nation. He acknowledged that he'd intervened to help to black students. Entered the university of alabama. After the governor blocked the entrance the president insisted that the unrest in places like birmingham not continue kennedy. Put his full support behind. Civil rights and pleaded with americans to support men and women of color murli watched the speech with her three young children with segregation and the local ku klux klan. Chapter booming shot isn't sure if this was going to make things better or worse murli herself was a proud and aa c. P. member and medgar was a major civil rights leader in mississippi after defending the world from nazis in world war. Two medgar returned home to a hostile america over a decade of fearless campaigning. Hardly any other individual. The time brought more change to a single state than medgar. He fought primarily against segregation in schools and commercial zones and became. The nwa cp's i field officer in mississippi but on june eleventh nineteen sixty three as he drove home from an arduous day with nwa c. p. lawyers med gird knew. His life was at risk just days before had tried to run him down in the street but nothing prepared him for what was waiting at home just after midnight when medgar pulled into his driveway. The heat from the day was gone and a comfortable chill had taken over stepping out of the car. He noticed immediately that something was off when he realized what it was. His blood chilled with medgar receiving so many regular death threats at least two. Fbi cars usually tailed him between appointments but that night the cars were gone. He didn't know why and nobody could ever explain afterward why they were missing. Medgar ducked into his car to retrieve some shirts he just got made. That said jim crow must go. He shut the car door and turned toward the house. He was eager to see his family again. Just inside murli and their three children were still awake and waiting for him but across the street hiding in the shadows fifty two year. Old byron de la beckwith chambered around into his enfield rifle. He aimed at the center of medgar back and fired. Murli heard the gunshot from inside the house. She and medgar had trained their children for this day and she marshaled them into the bathroom. They laid down in the tub just as their parents had taught them but no amount of preparation made it any less. Terrifying murli rushed outside and found medgar laying in a puddle of his own blood. He had staggered thirty feet toward the house. After being shot murli cradled his head trying to wake him up but her husband was unresponsive. Soon the children came outside horrified at the sight of their father's body. Neighbors helped get medgar into a car and drove him to the nearby jackson hospital when they arrived at the staff. Turn them away at first. The building was whites. Only murli fought with a staff until they accepted medgar into surgery but the damage was just too great. He died at the hospital just fifty minutes after he was shot. News of the murder shocked the nation but even as the fight over segregation heated up. Med -gars murderer knew he was going to get away with it. Up next justice for medgar drags for thirty years high listeners. It's carter from par cast. And i'm thrilled to tell you about a new limited series on posting. Just in time for father's day. It's called devious. Dads and it introduces you to some of the most feared fraudulent in fatal fathers in history. Every sunday on spotify discover the men who started out as role models and ended up becoming real life criminals like wall street financier bernie madoff. Who's billion dollar. Ponzi scheme destroyed countless families including his own or marvin gaye senior. Who's envy and resentment towards his son. Successful music career drove him to murder. 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British Police Officer Admits Kidnapping, Raping Woman
"A British police officer has pleaded guilty to the kidnap and rape of a woman as she walks home in south London and whose body was found a week later in the woods a court at London's Old Bailey harder when cousins forty eight years old accepted responsibility for the death of Sarah Everard though he wasn't Austin trip he took charge of modern members of Evers from the second quarter witnessed the defendant entered his pleas medical reports about the Metropolitan Police officer who appeared by video link from Belmarsh prison are being prepared a further hearing before the judge will take place in July every death thirty three year old marketing executive that went missing as she walked home from a friend's house in south London on the third of March Syria Shockley London
In-Person Pride Month Events Return to Wisconsin
"In Madison Governor Evers, joined by other lawmakers raised the rainbow Pride flag above the state Capitol in Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, another elected officials kicked off pride month of unveiling of a pride flag inspired him. CTS bus and a man shot and killed by Milwaukee police late Sunday night's been identified as
Foxconn, Wisconsin Reach New Deal on Scaled Back Facility
"Technology Group, the world's largest electronics manufacturer, has reached a new deal with reduced tax breaks for its scale back project in southeast Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers and the company said that today. Details of the new deal were not immediately released. It was scheduled to be approved at a Tuesday meeting. Of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. The new deal will reduce the potential tax breaks by billions of dollars and still have potential tax breaks worth more than 10 million for Fox con
Wisconsin Supreme Court Says Governor Can't Limit Capacity at Businesses
"Breaking news from Wisconsin this morning, the Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled. That Governor Tony Evers administration did not have the authority to issue capacity limits on bars, restaurants and other businesses without approval of the Legislature, a ruling that comes two weeks after the Republican controlled court struck down the state's mask mandate. Legislature in Wisconsin, is also controlled by Republicans. Evers is a Democrat.
"evers" Discussed on Art Talk
"Listen. We're we're kind of out of time. But i have to tell you re really enjoyed speaking with you. And you're very fascinating person It's really interesting. Always hearing someone's kind of a a little bit of light tanks in a little bit of their life story but yours is really interesting your when it comes to geography and your background and all of that fascinating much. I feel like. I'm sorry. I didn't hear that. What was that knee or her. You've got garbled out there by by something. What was her own. Sorry i said it was a pleasure and thank you so much for having me on your show. Of course absolutely is going say i feel like we need more time to get to know you hear more value. You know. you're so multi talented. You have so many different gifts. We want to know more love to love to chat some more with some other time. Well how about this Win your films release. Why don't we do a keep forgetting. I'll do things that make noise. And yeah things have make noise forget. I'm doing it now when i'm editing. I'm like why was i- padding my knees talking. I'm sitting here. Making noise with your film comes out what i was trying to say. Why don't we wanted to notify us. We'll go ahead and schedule an episode and make you know. Talk about the release of the film absolutely walks. Thank you so much friend you on facebook to sleeves zim. Yes okay. we can talk more. I can i give a very quick shoutout to to uh my friends director. Pablo pablo the writer author of the mood of the movie victorious on the book the torius. The greater victory acting has leslie. Pavlov a p. a. d. f. f. purpose ag- lafayette mexican production. That i'm involved in right now. I'm directing in acting in. And i just want a quick shoutout to that project because You know we're very excited about releasing that movie as well every question about coupla this. He owned a dog. No he doesn't have a duck what i thought anyway. I'm sorry i'm sorry where my mind goes via the joke. Okay fair. We really enjoyed speaking to erin. Do you have any final inspirational words. Keep just keep plugging away at at your creativity. If you got it. You gotta let it out there. You go thank you so much. Aaron dan thank you so much for for being on our show we and everyone we will be back Soon with another podcast. We're going to be interviewing simone division from france. i hope i'm saying her name but efficient but the she is very talented artists. Making fun of me. Say that politically correct politically correct heard by the public public anyway. Sometimes i have to keep a muzzle on her puzzle. All fair we enjoyed it and we will. Everybody will talk to you soon. That's all for today.
"evers" Discussed on Art Talk
"What have you published so far as author slow on i have My my first couple of short stories were published by a publishing company Accentuate writers and the asari twin trinity media. That's what they're called. And then i published my own. I'm self published. Basically a adam. Beck's i published a couple of scifi. One is a novel. it's a trilogy. The other parts of were still in the works not published yet because i transitioned from literature to screenplay and i decided that i'd love to stay within the screenwriting Okay got it. But as far as like he publications that you do have published. That are out there. Is there anything that we can mention that anyone can look for demo or agents. That's the first part of my sifi dome or origins origins. It's dead short story called reformation abusive sci-fi available. Okay yeah the nice thing listening about being an artist is you never know when that sparks can happen where somebody sees something he kinda like you talked about your film project and the trailer attracted people that wanted to be involved size to try to mention everything and anything because you never know like i say when somebody might pick up one of your publications and decide. Hey let's do more with this. Make a film out of who knows what. But i always. I always like to mention everything. Because again i've had i've had things come out of left field for me in the creative world that i didn't expect and you just never know where it's gonna come from you know but so So as far as we talked about your early days kind of early creativity as you were going through your You know say journey as a creative person When it came to educating yourself in in being in my case let's say art school or whatever it was How much did education play a role in. What led you to where you are today. Time university days were a big influence on. Although i majored in architecture i was doing minor in fine arts style. Also do paintings than digital paintings of that. So and i did exhibits A couple of times. So that's also a propelled me forward in my artistic jury and during those units as the way i was paying my tuition fees off was working in the theater so i started about in the theater mainly the main that was very in learning from theater and everything i think anybody in the creative world should spend some time in the theater because it changes who you are you know. Read it. i spent many years in the theater. It's just have to experience at you know it's it's not something its own feeling. It's its own thing. I don't know how to explain it. I mean i had to transition not patsy. But i wanted to transition back to cinema but theater. I mean i always miss it. I miss everything about it. I've done everything in from directing I've written a couple of plays. I've acted in several. It's it's for her for for actors you know we have a point in life for were young and we say i want to be an actor and says okay. Well here's what you need to do. And so a friend of mine heard me say that. And he got me into an acting class with an accomplished a acting coach and then he with no experience at all barely any he took me over to the playhouse and they were doing a production of harvey the play about the invisible rabbit and jimmy stewart was in the film black and white film and You know you introduce me to the director. The director had just lost an actor and he was under the gun because they had to get this small part filled really quick and so he said while he's too young he doesn't look right for the part but we need somebody so okay fine and so that's how i got my first Theater role and You know when. I step out on that stage. My heart felt like it was going to fly out of my chest. I was about to collapse. But when i did my lines and the audience reacted it totally changed everything and i was completely hooked right there from then on exactly the the minute that when that passes. That's it you're you need more. You wanna do it again. You can't wait the on stage again. It's easy stagefright. Normal thing i think for all of us even for like super professional actors do this. You know day in day out and everything but it's part of the beauty of it so it's that rush the feeling. Yeah yeah. we're getting low on time. i want to ask. Excuse me if you want anyone to see your content or participate in anything that you're doing where's the best place for people to contact you It's movie related of bacon. My unfortunately my website is still under construction so i could be found on facebook mostly for anything related everything at or email. Okay well. why don't we do this all go ahead. And when i host the episode. I'll list your facebook in the comments section and We also have a dedicated website for the podcast spoke. Artwork podcast dot com. I'll go ahead and add you to that website. I somebody did say to me. Hey you're not up to date on your website. And i'm gonna get to it. It's just that i didn't realize when i got into this. How much editing. And other things that you do for a podcast how time consuming that is very time consuming so One thing i. I've not been able to get to which i really want to get to and i've got if you're listening out there. I have a few people that have been waiting for me to get back to them about crypto art. Nf teas and What i literally had to do is is stop booking. People i needed dedicate probably a week or two or something. And i need to really just sit down and learn and tease crypto art in that whole world you know so you mentioned digital art. Have you looked at all at the nf. Tease or crypto. Our world. i have. It's not my other when i say digital art. I'm talking about creating paintings with photoshop rather than a brash in an actual campus right right. I've done that. it's it's interesting. I tend to gravitate back to the pen and paper and and acrylics. And all that stuff. But i have done some digital stuff but do you like digital i mean your your do you have a preference sir. Yes i do. I i prefer digital only because i travel a lot and i'm you know i came here to mexico and i'm back and forth here and there so it's very hard when when you don't settle in one place it's hard to have ogle's giant canvases. In course i would love to go back to the Traditional way of painting in having another exhibition is going to. It's kind of fun to get paint all over yourself for the floor in the wall. At some point you get frustrated with a painting of stanback feed you. Start throwing paint at the canvas. you know.
"evers" Discussed on Art Talk
"The death of a child that she accidentally takes out job she gets sloppy turns into an alcoholic and becomes obsessed with revenge. But at the same time. There's this internal struggle to leave this kind of lifestyle rain and start a clean slate. Love client won't go quietly so he hires another hedger who happens to be an old flame of hers to take her out before she comes for him and so moving deals with a lot of psychological aspects like love betrayal loyalty reforming one's behavior area nuances of what drives people to be good or bad or whether anyone should be fundamentally change over most people born to fulfill lesser role that they can never break out of both. The questions is the film done. And more of a gritty style or is it more of a sophisticated style would say a little bit of both something like that would probably have to be both. Yeah well that looks that. That'd be something to look for an unlimited. The release of that film is win. We don't have a release date yet because we have been facing a lot of challenges from the beginning of this project. It's been a struggle. I mean i mean struggle that i can't even describe to you until we reach this point of post production. So right now we. I'm working on the editing parts and the plea putting everything together we still have to do a bit of a eighty ours and we still have to do some narrating and soaring. Exactly a release. But we're hoping at some time maybe probably before the end of the year for sure in a few now farah do you have. Do you have distribution already lined up. I have been. I'm so lucky. Blessed i've been approached by distributors custody saw the trailer excellent to me and said we're interested in that project and funnily enough when i started the project it started out as a short film and it's because of distributors that i had to stop rewrite and replan everything and extended into Film so that. I could get my distribution. So i'm talking to a couple of distributors At the moment still in negotiations i think is the frustration of many filmmakers. They make a film. And then they run out of funds. And they don't have funds to distribute the Right if you're if if you're hooked up You know just you know. Maybe maybe you might wanna Maybe we can talk if you're set up. That's great but i do know an aggregate her so she's company that is aggregate both the distributor and Aggregated and producers. So you might be interested nowadays. You never know it's have contacts than to have contact also to a so we've talked about at being talked about filmmaking but i noticed also that you're designer can you tell us what that's about here I've been referee designer for over over twenty years. Twenty something years. I started out when when i went to university. I studied architecture however wild trying to fund my university days. I started working as graphic designer on the side. Just like a freelance. The back in the day and it took off the tacoma. So much that. I i went with it and i stayed with. It became my career. And i started my company for designs and i specialize later in life in. I've done all kinds of on graphics. Everything from lowe's to posters everything marketing blitz. I specialize in book covers movie posters. I actually wonderfully years ago. One one in award for My book cover designs. So it's my specialty. That's wonderful that's interesting. Yeah while you're telling you that it was reminding me and this is something a lot of actors can identify with but you know i was What i meant erin. I was able doing theater writing plays. I was going on auditions. I was working on films and tv. Commercials whatever and then you know we got together and we got pregnant and she said i'm not raising a baby in an apartment and i was like okay so i had to really focus on income and when you're an actor you make twenty five hundred dollars and then you make nothing for two weeks and then you make five thousand dollars and then you make nothing for three months and then you know so. It's it's too volatile. So i wanted the steady income so i got into the high end art industry and it actually wound up that i sold picasso dali chagall guerrero warhol the heavyweight twentieth century masters. Yes i spent years selling high end art and raised a family with you know it's interesting. It's interesting where things lead you to. You know kinda like like you A talking about how you started out in you started out by writing a script and then that took off all these different avenues. How we are you can you. Can you hear us. okay. Yes i can hear you. Okay relaunched you. They're a little bit so you so the designer aspect of it that's fascinating and then another notice was that you're also an author illinois when we talk about that and also mentions that your Your publications are available on amazon..
"evers" Discussed on Art Talk
"Welcome to art asked. I'm your host and climate. And i'm here with my co host. Erin how you doing. I'm doing just great dan. How are you longer great. Your hair looks nice. Did you colored or what you you did. Yeah red highlights on it. That's nice you free with. What do you remember. What brand of product use trying to remember. I'm not no free plugs for those guys so everybody would welcome everybody back. We've been Really enjoying creating these podcast and helping artists out getting a lot of good feedback from people people requesting to be on the podcast which is really exciting. Were being heard in many many countries which also very exciting today. We're going to be talking to a multi talented film producer actor from mexico named farah evers and we should have fairer on the liner. You with the spirit side there you go and say how your hi farah farah. The i am opening up my content here on the screen. But you're When i talk to you. I thought it was that you were filmmaker. But you're actually an actor filmmaker a designer and an author so you covered a lot of ground there so what which of those do you think captures more of your time. I would say everything catches my time equally. Because as he know independent filmmakers. We have to be everything in the project. And i basically direct produce my my own stuff and i in them but i also act in other projects as well and a work as a producer co director and so on with productions. Well i guess if if aaron here's every in mexico she can help you out. She's been in production for us. I don't wanna say how. And i'm twenty nine and a half the other. Yeah errands worked on production manager so earn work done west wing tv show for years. She worked on gilmore. Girls mental issue were done Spiderman fills and all these big movies. Yeah i've worked above and below the line so i'm I'm all i'm all for teamwork. You know your fantastic i mean. Yeah if find yourself down here please. Let's collaborate unsafe rubber. Be cool absolutely. So can you tell me Farah as far as being a creative person. Give a memory of something Early early on when you were really young that you did that was creative. That got people's attention that really had an impact on you The first thing i started with. I came into the movie industry. Very late I'm not mexican by the way. I just have to clarify this. I am dutch lebanese. I grew up in lebanon in the beginning when the middle east and so my background is a little bit rob. So there was no way for me to pursue my dreams. So i started out as a writer and my very first You would say a release as writers was when i was around like twelve years old. I wrote a sci fi story was migrated from scifi. It was pretty strange for a little girl to write something sifi in english. What what part of the world. Where you in when you did that never non so. How common was it for twelve year. Old girl in lebanon to write a saipan story. It was the saifi. Was something a strange or it wasn't common so talk got it got some attention published noted how were you exposed to sifi I started reading at a very young age because we grew up in a war torn country and there wasn't much entertainment going on. i mean. of course we have. Tv's and all that but most of the time when there was no electricity. Nothing else to do. I would read. And i started very early. Which also surprised by parents would they found it very weird. 'cause you know i was very young always with a book in my hand every time. We traveled With our parents. I would go straight at the airport. Go straight to the bookstore and pick out a book that was my everybody goes for toys. I would go to book. So that seems seems seems like that established and independence for you indeed indeed did and i kept on reading a the i remember. My saifi was Douglas adams or as i don't remember exactly we have that whole series of books. Yeah we have the entire. We have the entire series of his works. Douglas adams and as off both have impacted my writings either. Wow yeah. I love them love them. You know my my early memory of scifi. Because i was bored in the late fifties Was the star trek television show. I mean we were exposed to sci-fi obviously before that but that show really had a huge impact on me and what's really interesting to me is gene. Roddenberry is the only one who predicted correctly. How things would beat today. Closer than anyone i've ever seen. And if you think about it when you watch blade runner. For example blade runner depicts the future but no one's carrying a communication device at any kind. Nobody has a cell phone so they didn't creators of blade. Runner didn't envision that part of it where gene roddenbury way back in the late fifties thought the idea of having a personal communicator. In the future wonders studied wonder. He studied tesla. Well not only did he. Not only did it. The the cellphone idea the flip phone idea down. But he also people would bring captain kirk tablet. Electric tablet was in nineteen sixty sixty. Something they bring him. An electric tablet with a little kim looking thing which in the future turned out to be a a pad with a stylist and there's just example after example after example of of him really nailing it when it came to predicting the future. You know so Thera what's what's the project that you've worked on that you just it's just close to your heart. Say lady morten. Oh yeah current project. That is input deduction right. Now it is it is my baby. It is my cure. And i'm sorry. I was gonna say My spanish is not very stellar. Not good at all actually But we're to means death correct lady death lady dot it okay. So Can you tell us. obviously you. Don't wanna give the whole thing away but can give some idea what that's about lutely Lady morte is action movie mainly about revenge redemption and reformation The story about like a group of elite assassins called the heritage and one of them It herself and she gets set up by one of the previous clients. Like who forces her to break one of the heritz sacred rules which is like no women no children and hampered by.
"evers" Discussed on Art Talk
Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate
"Court today striking down Governor Tony Evers statewide mask mandate, saying the Democrat overstepped his authority. The court says the governor needs legislative approval to extend the mask order. The GOP majority Legislature voted in February to repeal the mandate, which Evers extended. Doctors, nurses, school administrators, unions and others opposed the reversal of a state mask requirement. Fox is going all
Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate
"Today's 43 ruling says Governor Evers exceeded his authority by issuing the order this after Republicans in the Legislature voted to repeal the mask mandate on Lee to have the governor quickly reissue it. The court ruling that any public health emergency issued by the governor is valid for only 60 days. And can't be extended without legislative approval. Nearly 60 organizations, including groups representing hospitals, doctors and nurses opposed striking down the mask
AP News Radio
Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate
"The Wisconsin Supreme Court has knocked down the governor's mask mandate the court says this isn't a question of what's wise it's a question of what's lawful by one vote the court struck down democratic governor Tony Evers state wide mask mandate ruling that he exceeded his authority by issuing the order again and again the governor argued that he can do this because of the changing nature of the ongoing pandemic what happens now it'll be up to local government units to decide mask policies in their own areas nearly sixty organizations wanted to keep the statewide mask mandate in place they represented hospitals doctors nurses dentists EMTs firefighters schools and churches among others I'm ready to fall away
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Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes mask mandate
"Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down Governor Tony Evers statewide mask mandate ruling for three he exceeded his authority and needs legislative approval to extend a public health emergency action for more than 60 days. The mass quarter first took effect in August, and the governor extended it four times. Since then, he's a Democrat. The court is controlled by
News Talk 1130 WISN
"evers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"And concluded, quote, strong and effective, extemporaneous rhetoric cannot be nicely channeled into purely dulcet phrases. Advocate must be free to stimulate his audience with spontaneous and emotional appeals for unity and action in a common cause. When such appeals do not incite lawless action, they must be regarded as protected speech. Ever resort, Evers was actually inciting people. To commit violence, or at least he threatened violence against those who wouldn't take partners boycott. The Supreme Court found that this was a mere rhetorical flourish that you can't always use the dulcet tones of Tony Evers. You have to use the impassioned language of Charles Evers in order to get your point across. And this sort of passion in political speech is, of course, protected. Unless, he said to a crowd. There were a group of people who are refusing to follow his boycott of white businesses, which is totally not racist. Because reasons Unless, he said, there are the people who are refusing to take part in this boycott. Go beat the hell out of them right now. That would be incitement to violence, saying We need to make sure that those who take part in our boy or don't take part in our boycott, they feel the consequences of their action that's protected speech. This is why Democrats understand that if they don't try trump in the Senate, which again is unconstitutional, there's no court in the world that could possibly even support criminal charges against him because what Trump said.
"evers" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Rusty Melbourne has the latest in the WTMJ breaking news center Eric Governor Evers has vetoed a Republican backed bill that passed the Senate a few hours earlier in the day, Senate Minority Leader Democrat Janet Puli, arguing the bill is mostly rhetoric rather than helping Wisconsinites at a time when we need executive action. To be able to get control of this epidemic and to help people majority leader Republican Devin Lemon, who argues the bill needed to be signed so that the state can continue to receive extended unemployment benefits past Sunday now that the Biden administration has made mass mandatory under federal law on board planes and airports Federal agencies were laying out the penalty for refusing to wear masks. The passenger is arrested for breaking federal law. The FAA has already said it could mean jail time and a fine airlines also banned those who refuse to wear a mask. Now the T S A is recommending a civil penalty of $250 for the first mask, a fence and up to $1500 per a fence for repeat offenders. The T s a saying agree Tous cases could go beyond that. Alex Stone ABC named For the first time in months, the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra will perform in their new space on West Wisconsin Avenue downtown. But the audience Will only be virtual. It's incredibly exciting and it's a little bit weird at the same time, honestly, s O president and executive director Mark Niehaus tells Wisconsin's morning news. It is strange to perform without an audience. But hopefully that won't be the case for long for the city of Milwaukee, put out some new guidelines for occupancy in entertainment benches, and we're going over there over those very carefully To make sure that what we do is safe not only for the audience but also for our staff and our musicians. Niehaus says They could be ready to open things up starting next month. Jane that near WTMJ noon after getting bragging rights for two weeks on Wisconsin Buccaneers fans hopes his team will be hosting the Lombardi Trophy Sunday night really bragged to him at all? But I gave him the grand and they knew Tampa Bay Super fan Roger Hornbuckle says his home and an ego is already decked out in Buccaneers, colors and memorabilia and with his team in its first Super Bowl in two decades, he's going all out more buccaneer flag and just continue on like we're doing. You know, I'm just there everyday thing we do and by what we see as he plans on watching the game with a friend and fellow fan The heart is already racing where every game nervous, Nervous, nervous. First kick off. And then when the roller coaster begin, Tony Braddock wtmj decided unlimited wtmj news time..
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"evers" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Fox news alert. She's been booted. I'm Lee Scylla. Sarah by a tally of 230 to 199. The houses voted to remove Georgia Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments over social media posts where she appeared to endorse the Far way conspiracy group Q A nine. Green defended her actions on the House floor this afternoon was allowed to believe things that weren't true, and I would ask questions questions about them and talk about them. And that is absolutely what I regret. And Congressman Greene said the controversial posts were made before she was like who Congress. Some Republicans have claimed. Today's actions are a power grab by Democrats. President Biden at the State Department this afternoon with a strong message is back. America is back. Diplomacy is back at the center of our foreign policy, Russia, the president said during his call with President Vladimir Putin. He made it clear that the days the United States rolling over in the face of Russia's aggression, actions like interfering in our elections and Russia poisoning its citizens are over. Drug company, Johnson and Johnson says it's asked the FDA for emergency use authorization for its one does covert 19 vaccine and our after Wisconsin's Republican Legislature repealed his mandatory statewide mask order. Democratic governor Tony Evers issued another one. You know that as we work to get shots in the arm as quickly as we have vaccines available. No amount of vaccine in the world could bring back the lives we stand to lose. If we have no statewide mitigation strategy in place to prevent the spread of covert, 19 and Wisconsin, Eva said his priority is to keep people safe. And he said wearing a mask is the most basic way to do that. The lawmakers had argued Evers exceeded his authority by extending the mask mandate. America is listening. The Fox.
News Talk 1130 WISN
"evers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"It's so added, my retorted. All of that is is that there's nothing to stop a school from requiring masks. Evers. His mandate requires everybody to wear the mask everywhere. School can still require the mask just as a bar could require the mask or if Menard's wants to require masks marked units could require masks. There's nothing to stop any individual from requiring a mascot, another to stop a local governmental body from doing it. This is whether or not the state of Wisconsin's governor has the authority to do something that's not been passed by the Legislature. De radically altering individual people's behavior. I believe that it should have to be positively voted for by the Legislature, rather than this action here of simply repealing, But the law does state that if Evers issues an order, the Legislature can repeal the order. Since a lot stay long black of the Whitelaw So if you find a Republican who votes the wrong way on this We're all going to say that same thing. My constituents overwhelmingly wanted me to keep the mask bad date and the reason they think that is because, frankly, the majority of the people belly aching, including to me about the mask mandate. Elliott to me, but they didn't belly ache to their lawmaker. And against some people said Why can't it if you did, then you did. And it will be well time to do it again today, if indeed there planning yet to vote this week. That's the other thing. There's a lot of people were conservatives who support the mandate in my response to that is that they're not really that conservative. You could believe that wearing masks is the good thing. And you can't even you can't even believe that we should pass a law requiring the wearing of masks. But we should not be able to believe that the governor of the state of Wisconsin And simply issue all of these edicts that don't go through the legislative process, because once they do that they can then take away and do the next one on some sort of right that you don't approve him and the next the just as Evers, you know, good. Let's go to 10 people in the church and shut down this and shut down that into all of these other restrictions that you say that you don't support for people who say I you say it's about the principle is never about the principal. This actually is about the principle. It's an extreme power grab that defies the reality that we are a republic and not a dictatorship. Particular, you know, and in Washington right now, the Democrats say, keeps saying elections have consequences. We won. You didn't therefore we do what you want. Well, there was constant elections have consequences, too, and the voters overwhelmingly put the Legislature in the hands of the Republicans. And anyone who says they're conservative who believes the government should be issuing mass mandates isn't a conservative. There is nothing Conservative about government being able to have one person without the approval of an elected body, issuing such a draconian order that last forever, even the whole thing in order for him to issue this thing. He has to have a state of emergency in place. We've been under a state of emergency for 10 months. I've never even heard of a 10 month emergency. Was worked, who wasn't even considered an emergency. State of emergency. The notion of that is two days after a flood where you could take extreme action make people stay in their homes and so on the idea for a year, just saying that we have an emergency so you could order people how to live their lives. It's not what this country was promised the pod. As I said, what the whole thing of the Masters and I do think that most businesses Going to have these rules in place. One year from now. I think I'm gonna be wearing a mask pretty much forever. Because even after this starts to go away, then why? What about the flu? What about this? What about that? What about the other thing? And eventually the free market will come in and some businesses they're going to say, Hey, you can come in here and we don't have require you to wear a mask on the market. Get aside. If we get rid of the mandates and Menard's requires the masks, but Ace hardware doesn't But the people who don't want to wear the Riesco days hardware and let the people who want to be covered up like Darth Vader go over to the Menard's right. That is the way it should be. And the very business owners that have been against the lack down orders often support the mask orders because that takes the decision out of their hands they could desire week after require you to wear the mass. That's the law. Well, you shouldn't be able to look to government. Make a policy. Your customers either like or dislike. Pile under business. I don't think I'd have a mask mandate. Unless I thought it was killing my business that I didn't And again if it's optional anybody who doesn't like it doesn't have to go in. And as I say, the thing that just makes this so much of a joke is the fact that in so many places it's not being enforced at all. Where is another places? It's really being enforced. As I say. I just don't wanna keep talking about this. But I've heard this from everybody who's been to Florida for the last three months and what I always talk about React more struggled to that that you see that what you merely here about and I'll admit the following Most the people I don't know. Go to Florida go to Not really the Republican areas of the state, but they'll go toe. Disney World or Tampa or maybe Naples, Fort Myers and so on. No, most of people I know that's not where they go at those areas are, if you know anything about Florida, the west side of the state, especially Southwest is very Republican. And the Gulf Shores area up in the Panhandle. It's so on very Republican and the guts of the state, the center of the state, very Republican, the areas along the Atlantic Coast had to be very, very Democrat. But that's starting to change. Trump became very popular over there need spectacular this year in Miami did. I think he had a higher numbers the Republicans had in a long time, but the point is, I was going to the more liberal area. So I just thought just knowing how liberals are that this is going to be like Madison where people are walking around that got like the has bat suicide. And so what? It instead? There I am. I mean, I'm a Belle harbor. I mean, that's that's like 99% Democratic. And there are people who just Wouldn't put the mass at it. Let me make a quick point out that in the area I was in as I mentioned on the show. There is a prominent synagogue down there that And I might get the wrong term here. I don't know if it's a city if it's for his city, Jews or simply Orthodox Jews, but it's an extremely well known what Huge And on the SATs on Saturday, You could see the masses of people, the people that we're going to this In New York City. The only group that showed real opposition. Remember in New York City where they were holding the illegal funerals. Hundreds of people would show up. It was with Orthodox Jews, so there might be something With some Orthodox Jews in which they simply refused to comply with a lot of these orders that they don't like it. But I've said, has Kind of stunned that.