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"frank phillips" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"John Berman asked him. What do you say to people who claim that your grand your grandstanding and all you care about is yourself? And in best per was course first of all Burma's says I've asking he has to hurry and say, I'm asking, because that's some people's criticism in you address this in the book, not because I feel that way. Basically the is the implied. Anyways, fabulous. From took me hearing thing. Yeah. Right. They're saying yes, they are saying that saying, so love that. And then cost the answers at by totally not answering it by, basically not addressing the most important aspect of it. He says he has it by saying that he had a friend, and he namedrop somebody important who told him. Oh, I'm shocked. I'm shocked that somebody in DC would be grandstanding that, that was his answer was that everybody doesn't, and then and don't really didn't say, anything didn't even give a nod to journalism, which is what he's supposed to be doing. I mean listen is one thing for obviously, for conservatives to hate Jim Acosta for being against Trump and, or, you know, whatever me as journalists against him because he doesn't seem to care. About journal from my perspective. Seems to be about him. And if journalism happens along the way. Well, then that's great. So I know DC is all about self aggrandizement. I don't know that, you know, simply giving in or just is the is the best way to go. Certainly it's what a lot of people are doing without actually acknowledging it. So I guess I should just accept that. But I mean real journalists usually at least try to give lip service to journalism and try and say, this isn't actually I don't like it when the stories about me. That is actually how I felt every time the stories become about me oftentimes, like with the Elizabeth Warren story with many stories that I've broken, they try and make the story about you. That's what that's what the politicians do because they want or the outlet because they want to undermine. And they want to somehow say, oh, well, this person, that's how they dismiss these sorts of things. And I don't like them. I more than Trump right once everything's fake news. If it's a bad report, it's fake news. If it's a good report. It's great. I mean he's playing into a Costa's hand other this Cosell and Mohammed Ali. Like other because a cost is not writing a book, if Hillary Clinton's in the White House. You know. Jim Acosta is is in the White House. So they've helped each other's brand, that right now they need each other. Well, I don't think Trump meets him but I just don't. But he's the perfect enemy for Trump supporters, Austin throwers when a cost is on location. He gets to guard. Trump supporters. Yes, he hasn't been accosted play a words. I don't know. It's actually gone there. But he gets he shouted down by Trump supporters. You know, which I don't know if we ever been there before where supporters of a president would attack. The media probably, I mean, I'm sure conservatives have been. Been trained to hate the media for thirty years now, it's ramped up. It is. Yeah. Mom's taking it to a new level, which is how he got elected company. I guess. I mean I just don't. You're going to term because of him fake news. Now. Uses it. Right. Right then? But we conservatives have been, you know, rush Limbaugh's ascension was made totally by pointing out the media, the mainstream media. It's different than the president of the United States. You know, I know I know. But I'm saying that the Trumpy Trump was somebody who learned that the opposition media was thing in how to play it early on also. But he also when he decided to run spent a lot of time listening to talk radio and wanted to know what he wanted to know what people were concerned with what they were, you know bitching about. And that's where a lot of what he put forth as platform came from. So he's he understood that he's, he's this stuff without question. Actually has been accosted, by the way, cost, it is just to speak somebody somebody aggressive goal. Thank you, Hillary. Right. And I know that, that he's had several changes one of the likable times, the cost of talking about having exchanges where, where people razzed them and then subsequently, just fine. I'm sure I'm sure yeah. I mean who how could it not be? I think. Like any kind of like a tally Tallahassee rally at ten right? PM on a Friday night. You're asking for. Razzing. But but, you know, it's funny Mukasa last year. So Mr President, do you mind. Taking taking a question from a woman that was awful after my question. Terrible so bad. He is the worst. And I think that portrayed him too, because he takes all the fire out of any presser where they are looking to get some score actual points with actual questions and answers and just makes it all about his own thing, you know. So it's not as if the any of the national news are going to grab your question, and answer, which would be nice, right? It's a substantive question. My answer is all the. I mean, I don't I certainly prefer the orders, usually don't mind they're not going to credit him. But that's okay if he if he gets a good answer from the from Trump in, in print news. It doesn't matter. And that was certainly bolstered on the small stage by the fact that both woo and Hiller. And this is obviously back in the old days would visit Frank Phillips up at the state house. This is these are political reporters, and when you're dealing between print and TV you're not really. I mean, yes, you all want to get a story, I but when it comes to using material clearly, TV, people don't want to us from FOX or from MSNBC don't wanna use the cost of, there's no doubt about them. Anyway, let's hit a break. We will get the top of the hour here. We're going to we have some, some sound from Biden and Trump going back and forth in Iowa on the other side, keep it here for all that on Boston Herald radio from then.
"frank phillips" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"The case is essentially an argument between the two states and refers the case up to the US supreme court harmful versus doll folk mega sway from the tug river valley old away to the supreme court of the US out. Yeah. Wingding then bang bang. Dang, dang dang thing. Mending mainly main West Virginia governor Wilson appeals a decision on March fifth. The judge GRANDE. Appeal which passes to the US circuit court on April fifth here used as Gibson the lawyer who represented West Virginia in the hatfields again argues that the rest of the hatfields in West Virginia constituted, unlawful seizure, steady of Kentucky Turner form of Kentucky. Governor j Proctor Knott knowledge that the arrests were unlawful but claims that it did matter because they were unlawfully rested in Kentucky and the judge in. The appeals case reaffirmed the decision to send the trout to the US supreme court. So now, April thirteenth eighteen eighty eight lawyers for both West Virginia and Kentucky arrive in Washington DC to present their arguments for the case the arguments begin unable twenty third with Virginia, aka the hatfields lawyer Gibson. Stick is original point the whole series of events from caption, West Virginia through arrested incarceration, Kentucky, continuous constitutes gives me single continuous act by the agents on behalf of the state of Kentucky, Kentucky's attorney AK. The McCoy's attorney not declared that had never been that. It had never been shoot me an issue between the two states, but. Rather between private individuals? And if it had been a state issue West Virginia should have filed US supreme court directly instead of going to the first the district court. He's Christ general opinion was that this was correct. And the West Virginia had made a procedural error old supreme court rules that while the initial arrest and induction the hatfields in West Virginia was on constitutional. There were no grounds for charging Kentucky with wrongdoing to the state of West Virginia. So now Kentucky wins the case. And hatfields are now on the run get you through the hot Fokion. Now, get the feds are gonna be chasing you swan. So now several hatfields are being searched look for to be put on trial for the New Year's attack on the random McCoy's home in the spring of eighteen eighty eight West Virginia thirties take legal measures their own against the men responsible. For the arrests indicting Frank Phillips that Debbie sheriff or. Yeah. Indicting excuse me. Frank fields deputy sheriff John Yates pike county and assorted McCoy's for the murder of Jim Vance. Additionally, the offer substantial rewards for the rest of Philips and other men McCoy men on the run now as well. So. A lot of legal maneuvering for really the same results. You still have Hatfield people being chased by authorities on behalf of Kentucky. And you still have McCoy people now being chased by thorns on behalf of West Virginia by the summer of eighteen eighty eight the rewards offered for the hatfields and Kentucky and the McCoy's in West Virginia had totaled to about eight thousand dollars, which draws the attention of various kinds of detectives from all over the country Pinkerton and others descended on the tug valley with the hopes to get rich by capturing some of these people and collect rewards. On both sides. These these new outliers these new, you know. Detector met with disdain sometimes outright hostility. Most of the wanted had McCoy seek refuge in the mountains. Just hide out until things cool down letting their women and kids at home. You know, let them mind the properties Deva, Lance. He himself moves to remote narrow valley nearest West Virginia. Sorry, I'm saying that name wrong. Two small unincorporated area and Logan county that no one outside of the area gives us single fuck about no one has published any type of pronunciation guide. So if you like actually that's pronounced stare you and seven people care about that. Anyway, devil Anse hides there to protect himself from these new outsiders heave and set up a kind of fortress for his clan. Should they need to flee into the woods to defend themselves? He stocks cabin with water food fuel arms and munition in case of a prolonged siege..
"frank phillips" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Twenty-six snaps drives three zero five possession of what you're abroad by Jack falente, almost Jim. Former coach at Purdue extra point three hundred seventeen coach against your first winter fact was against Jim Coletta. I guess Jim after new Holtz and Tom Coughlin. Bill was beat my brains them all those guys. Gary Barnett northwestern. Wildcats beat the boiler makers. I was I was here. West Lafayette, Indiana. All right, though issue to kick off three hundred seventeen is fourteen and a half two point four. Care puts the foot to it over the head the Ronnie Blackman. Bright sunshine here in boulder right now is a spectacular day. Well, we need to see an excited hungry buff team right now offense. This has got to go down and go get points in this Dr yard. Telling you. Buffalo's total yardage three seventy. Behalf. Buffalo's had two hundred sixteen. Just jumped off sides I attend to the twenty five hundred. Oh my goodness. False start offense number seventy six five yard penalty. I down. That's the young right? Tackle for the bible is Frank Philipe light him. They think he's going to be a real nice player. Not so much after that. Firsthand at fifteen now for the twenty or line. That's not quite the start. You were hoping to one Winfrey doing boundary side wide. Right boss moving from left to right. Here in quarter. Number four. I in fifteen twenty Montana's lead to make a play here. Trump to throw sets throws back at the catch it up thirty one thirty two yard line between the hash numbers at the far side. That was a very briskly throw a ball game to be levied yards on that play timely timely. I catch for J time today being targeted second down and four for the thirty-one Montanes throw it out the left side catches Beja. What would beg your pardon? Katie miss had works. His way outside the numbers across the forty forty five and up near the forty seven almost the forty eight yard line voice. Brought down at the gate of sixteen. That's the first data. Katie nixon's. Big ball game. That's what we've been waiting. See Katie shake loose on one of these things. He's got two touchdowns of the game. I down at ten forty eight. Montage shotgun snap hand off Trayvon McMillan. Rugs up inside the car wash there, and he falls across the fifty penetrates inside beaver territory Kate of three second down seven down. Probably forty nine yard line and tackle made by Agyei Hughes Murray. Katie's working over Isaiah done who's replaced the injured cable Caleb. Hayes second down at seven for the forty one forty off to Trayvon McMillan wants to get off the right side. Finally. He has a Twitter hash three yards. Third down four now forty six. Despite the fact that they're white the box. Speaking of the believers whilst kid not the ball. Can't now third and four which should be. You should be either runner pass is a pass because the buffs unable to convert those kinds of runs down at four hundred forty six to give up the trail bobick Bill brought up he's not going to get the first down. Guitars going to have a tough decision. Now, that's a gain in Oregon state territory. Like they've gotta make a decision because you don't want to turn this ball back over to Oregon. So I don't think I don't know. I don't want to it's a gain of two off. It's what to the sideline they're setting up here. The formation of four town at a short Thuban says turns hands off the tripod and he squares up in muscles forward at a beaver said he didn't make candy officials. Concur. Donald you got it. Oh, yeah. He needed a yard and a half. Now, they're gonna make it a measure. I'm not sure. Well, boy, it is tough to tilt more manage Frank Phillips, then all right, my ways, and that's a big body down there. Rose chains across that's tough freight needed the forty two at this one looks closer to forty three to be. I don't think you got a girl. Thank you got it at boy. The buffaloes kid not run the football today. Women the season started. Mark me said are they going to be able to run the ball when they don't run the Bank didn't get it. They didn't get it. They couldn't get four feet. Feverish will take over with twelve twenty one to point a fourth quarter thirty one seventeen. Disappointed. Still a two touchdowns advantage. You still like the field. Momentum's totally on there in white right now. And. Buffs defense is going to have to. Really? It's tough defense. All day has been the offense defense defense appointments, ROY desensitize gotta step up. I mean, they're just forced to right now. They're playing without to safety. Buffalo's knows Garneau no back in their gluten is a quarterback. They handle off the charts Schepers sedan rakes speed up. The fifty yard line up nine yards. And we've got a player down is at Jefferson. It is it is he took a shot rate on the knee by Rick strong. And he is in pain. Going got himself up though. Got himself up. But he's limping, but boy he was holding that leg it didn't. Look the body language. Didn't look good. That second down at one though from the buffaloes forty eight yard line. Replacing the running back out there. Here's BJ Taylor. Richard freshman Horton, Texas, second data, forty eight bowl between the hashes to tidy information receiver either side Luton takes a step dropping looking losses hotel website the brakes on. Leaping. Grab is made rate. Trae dopey at the twenty yard line had suddenly the papers were the Redstone a twenty nine yard. Yep. Just udofia. Right there couldn't make the play. Now the ball is so nice and high was a good throw. And. Hodge's ghost ride, right? Tony Hernandez goes wide to the left tight end vitamins. A wing, right? Under is Luton. Buffalo's top enters a fumbled snap. It's Lucille the turf and Noah tug, I really tight end who would come in motion falls on that football wash back to the twenty two Mark when these quarterbacks are so used to taking the shotgun. Go up under center we've seen to snaps fumbled under center with a quarterback. Gary explain why that suit difficulty didn't like the guy's hand to get to you. Well, you know, it is. But it's just it's hard for the center for the quarterbacks from center he's flipping now. He's got a position at ball white spots. Second down at twelve. Gluten tro any slides because there's a fly dig hold on the stuff. They held Moustapha about to make a sack. They're going to get a good call here. Have Blake wrandell the shooter left tackle offense number sixty three ten yard penalty. Second down. I beg your point. It was not the tag was go. Slovakia the guard who went up earlier in this ball game. Here's a big body three hundred fifty three pounds. That's a lot of human bigger at there. Get fifty seven to four thirty seventeen. A lot of everything. Parts there. Second down to twenty two. Thirty two yard line. Tamar? Jefferson wasn't hurt. It just got dinged up. He's back out there. Setup butter center. Houston. Thanks turns play action dropped to throw throw the screen over the middle top by Jefferson steps out of a tackle at the twenty-five sideline. Dan that he wants out of bounds. Just shy the twenty one yard line in Lebanon. Middle screen. Thirty one seventeen. Now, it's third down eleven for the beavers. Boy, boss, just hold out of here. Don't let them convert. I know there are no right after corners. Third in love until the twenty one just over ten minutes to play top forty one seventeen shotgun snap loop. Steph to throw swing nearside Jabbar Jefferson, eight lambada's their dives around Nate and then driven out of by Dell Rick Abrahams who so that'll bring up fourth down a gain of only two there. So it's four thousand nine now for the nineteen yard line of the eighteen up. First time, we've seen Delray isn't. I haven't seen. I was gonna say I don't remember calling his name. He might have been out there. But he has the first place. So here comes George Shukeir. The Richard freshman kicker. Prophecies that he is six field goals. What is spotted at the twenty six. Matches season warned of thirty six yard field goal. Near has kicked it right to left puts out swinging the right leg up it's on its way and hit the upright, and it went through get hit the right upright and did bound through with twenty nine to play the fourth quarter to make it thirty one to twenty favor of Colorado. But the beavers score again and narrow though March it will take time out here in Boulder Colorado football from learfield. This.
"frank phillips" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Line starting Monday night at eight on WNYC. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. In Washington DC, and I'm David Greene. Culver City, California. Good morning. This is primary day in the state of Massachusetts. One of the last primaries ahead of the hugely consequential midterm elections, this November and in Massachusetts, many of the major national themes are on display you have an outsider female congressional candidate challenging an establishment democrat and a moderate Republican governor facing an onslaught from the right? Let's begin hearing about this with Frank Phillips. He's on the line. He's the statehouse bureau chief for the Boston Globe. He knows a lot about Massachusetts politics Franken morning. Good morning, David. So one of the major storylines. We're seeing is is this democratic primary race ion oppressively. Boston city council member African American woman taking on a ten term white congressman. How serious challenge here. And then how do you see this race? It's very serious. She is got a lot of presidents about her as a candidate. She's atop the ticket here in Boston. A number of years for the last two or three cycles as a city council candidate Capuano is is an older. In a sixty. She's young and dynamic, and it's but he's popular too good. So she's taking on a very huge figure here and she's made a real race of it. So is that a growing drumbeat in Massachusetts? I mean as we saw recently in a in a democratic primary in in the state of New York, really overturning the establishment voices and Democratic Party. Well, it's a real challenge to it. The insiders will say Capuano may eat this went out, and that's the general consensus, but I'm not so sure because what you saw New York I could be surge of of anti-establishment voters coming out and ready to make a change and Capuano is obviously fighting for his life here for the first time in twenty years that he was elected. That he has a serious challenge. So let me turn to the Republican side. You have the current governor Charlie Baker who's facing a challenge on the ballot. And we should say he is a Republican governor in a blue state, also, very popular. But but this is not so rare Massachusetts right no in its traditional going back decades. There's a very conservative block of voters in in the Republican party, the internal polls. And I know this the internal polls the Baker campaign. See that sixty percent of the people who will be voting in the Republican primary are very strong Trump supporters, and he has been Trump at a very. Distance. He's he's and he's challenged by this very pro-trump. Very controversial candidate Scott lively, who's a pastor from the western part of the state of a vengeful ical pastor, and has sort of rally that base a lot of people that were pulled this because of Scott lively has had some very. Controversial comments about homosexuality and other issues like that. And but he's the Baker people are taking it very seriously there. I know in the last couple of weeks, they've they're they're concerned that the margin might be a lot closer than they they want it to be Frank Phillips of the Boston Globe. But talking to us about the primary today in his state. Thanks so much. We appreciate it. Sure. Let me turn out to NPR congressional correspondent Scott detro- who's been listening with Scott really feels like some themes that you've been covering all across the country are playing out right there in Massachusetts today. Absolutely. All year, we've seen that this democratic momentum is real seeing the big picture trans of special elections and voting in primaries and enthusiasm about the election Republicans habit turning out in high numbers as well. It's always worth pointing out. And the the context here, though, is that we've seen some high profile progressive upsets of establishment candidates Florida governor's race. Most recent exam. Investigation could end up before the supreme court Senator Richard Blumenthal points to the plea agreement with President Trump's former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen never before has a president. Named in a plea agreement as an unindicted co conspirator appointed a Justice who could well fit on his own criminal. Prosecution although Cavanaugh was a leading author of the Clinton impeachment report presented to congress by the special prosecutor in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight he has since been opposed to investigating presidents. He has suggested that the supreme court may have been wrong to order president Nixon to turn over to a special prosecutor incriminating tape recordings, and he's long criticized the supreme court's nineteen Eighty-eight decision upholding an independent counsel law. It's been affectively overall. But I would I would put the final nail moving on expect cavenaugh to be asked repeatedly about the supreme court's nineteen Seventy-three abortion decision Roe versus Wade. The judiciary committee's ranking democrat Dianne Feinstein says it won't be enough for cavenaugh to say that Roe is an established supreme court precedent or even that it's settled law. She wants to know if cavenaugh thinks the decision was correct if he doesn't answer I would certainly assume that he doesn't believe. It's correctly decided, and while Cavanaugh has ruled only to abortion cases, there is little doubt about where he stands on the issue. Indeed in two recent speeches about the late chief Justice William Rehnquist and the late Justice, Antonin Scalia. He singled out there dissenting decisions in major abortion cases, speaking of them in favorable terms. There will be other lightning rod issues involving presidential power religion, birth control, health and safety regulation. Civil rights and guns as a judge Cavanaugh has staked out in unusually strong position in favor of gun rights in twenty eleven disagreeing with his conservative colleagues. He wrote a fifty two page dissent from a decision that upheld a Washington DC ban on assault weapons and magazines have more than ten rounds plus broad registration requirements a ban on a class of arms. He said is a quivalent to a ban on a category of speech. Today's hearing will probably open with a partisan Donnybrook over documents some three million of them from Kavanagh's six years in the Bush White House while fewer than a third have been produced Republicans note accurately that more cavenaugh documents have been produced than for any other nominee that's likely because there are more and Democrats counter that whatever the number it's less than twenty percent of Kavanagh's White House documents adding insult to injury late last week. President Trump not President Bush invoked executive privilege to prevent disclosure of one hundred thousand Bush documents again Senator Blumenthal. I'm willing to wager. There's a smoking gun here. What are they confusing? What are they afraid? The American people will see Republican committee. Chairman check Grassley counters that the Democrats document complaints are simply red herring. There diverting attention from his extreme qualifications. Beyond the supreme court because they don't have anything else to pick up in a city that has polarized by past grievances. However, there's plenty to scrutinize about Kavanagh's six years in the Bush White House, you can expect for instance, the democrat dick Durbin will revisit Kavanagh's testimony at his two thousand six confirmation hearing for the appeals court at that hearing Durban question cavenaugh about his role in crafting the Bush administration's rules governing detention and interrogation of enemy combatants. Here's Kavanagh's answer was not involved in 'em not involved in the questions about the rules governing governing detention of combatants the following year. However after Cavanaugh had become a judge NPR and the Washington Post published reports describing a contentious meeting the Kavanagh attended in two thousand two to discuss the detention rules NPR reported cavenaugh gave key advice about how a legal challenge. My. Play in the supreme court, especially with the court. Swing Justice Anthony Kennedy for whom Cavanaugh had clerked Durban upon reading these press reports told NPR that he felt perilously close to being lied to Durban road to Cavanaugh asking about the apparent contradiction. But never got a reply now, you can bet.
"frank phillips" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I want? To come out on. A radio show money that she's on amnesty for illegal. Immigrants Okay I'm not quite sure that's what I said I said we need to fix, illegal immigration we politicize it and it's very difficult. Because you've got the extremist on the edges not being, able to come together to? Fix it I think the question was something to the. Effect of would you vote, for amnesty and what I said is we have to fix this we have to fix it but we have to. Start that we are a nation of laws and that we have to abide by the law and. We have to stop telling the rest of the world that it's easier to come here illegally then legally and I talked know Lisbeth Warren is is she feeds. The problem because she goes around talking. About sanctuary cities and, that only gives people false hope they come and take this terrible track. And, then you know they think they're gonna find sanctuary. In Massachusetts and I'm against. Sanctuary, city so but the point is we need, to fix it we have to stop, politicizing I what I did. Say is that you know we. Need to figure out a solution but we. Have, to stop we have to stop illegal immigration there's two ways to come to this country legally Illegally illegally. Is just a bunch of bad decisions after that And it's unfair it's also unfair PJ not you're being unfair but it's unfair to lump legal immigrants in with illegal immigrants Very different than I keep three saying coming up here on that Friday if night I is go to the a. last Bank night, of August and I make believe a withdrawal it or, not September at my Bank. just around And the someone corner else, manufacturer, comes in with a gun with in us sticks and we will up take the bag you all the way we both of into the basically done well the. Same nearly thing we've withdrawn all the way money into but I did September, it legally. notchers The guy with a gun tonight whether it's illegally, Morgan and or we should. 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"frank phillips" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"The blueprint was about five thousand square foot and obviously stood for Oklahoma tire supply company. So really you could go to your neighborhood Casco and you could get anywhere from appliances to hunting to toys to TV's washer dryer. But then also they specialize in tire replacement and service area. So my dad graduated from parcel high school and went into the Marine Corps. And when he came back, he went. To work for a Pasco that was in the late sixty. So you know, at the time we were getting, you know, the first ten year company, we got transferred just about everywhere from Joplin to nacogdoches, Oklahoma City to Arkansas. But since he graduate here in bars up here, parcel, he always wanted to come back here. So store opened up here in bartlesville as corner of third and doing and now it's editor's office supply. But we came back here and late seventies and he worked here till eighty six. And at the time WalMart was really making their fish and Tesco was privately owned in the family, sold it to some e- some private equity out of New York City and WalMart made their big push and really kind of put them out of business. So he retired eighty six and then the company went out in eighty eight or eighty nine. So he could say. Retired. So and eighty eight. He opened up tapes, tired service, and I think it was more or less. My mom just going, okay. We need to get you house and you need to stay busy right. There was a little Baker is over on the west side of our Ville on Frank Phillips so gas. And so I was in high school, so I would go down there and work and pump gas and wash windows here in summer break and then also Christmas. And then in eighty nine the old good your location at second and Johnstone which is our current downtown store became available. They were closing. So he moved over there in eighty nine and then late eighty nine, my brother Chuck what's retired from baseball. He was a baseball player out of over shoe, went on the pitch for the giants within the minor league for three and a half years, and finally said, okay, Nelson up. So he came in in eighty nine. That's. I went off to college and once again still work here summer some and weekends and Christmas, and and then I joined when I graduated ninety three as far as full time. So you know, my dad was the he. He was really retired. He would come in and make copy and make popcorn and make his Reynolds downtown at the time. Downtown parcel had a really neat, close knit business community. There was an impulsion. Remember there was Brown's shoe fit and may brothers, and there's a whole bunch of different business owners, and he still every morning to go over and have copy with them. And so at the time about ninety three ninety four and I really started to run the business and in two thousand ninety nine that was just like, okay, you boys are doing everything. So why don't we just go ahead and sell it to you? So we bought it in two thousand and chugging. I always had a plan to expand. So from there we expanded out to high was seventy five, which was our second location here in bartlesville. And then we're about pacing about every two to three years. We open a store, so we've got sky took a Oiseaux broken arrow Tusa. Then we're building one now that set to open in early October at eighty. I and Yale there until so. So we expand one, it's it's tough finding the corner, right? The old business cliche is location, location location, right? But we also wanna grow responsible if because we are different culture, we wanna make sure that we have somebody ready from inside managers ready to take over Stewart because really our our culture is our people are the most important thing. So we could have opened up a couple three year probably, but we just don't want to Duluth the, you know, the experience for the customer, but also for the team may..
"frank phillips" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Dot com good morning thanks for joining us i'm josh binswanger wbz news attend start at the nato summit in brussels german chancellor angela merkel responding this hour after president trump launched an attack on germany for gas deal that has made with russia the president calling berlin captive to russia merckel responding saying germany makes independent policies and decisions president trump is pushing for nato allies to bolster their defense spending calling the currently out an unfair burden on the united states before a breakfast with the organization secretary general president told reporters that for decades the us has been spending a disproportionate amount to defend nato allies president trump met with nato secretary general again stoltenberg this morning in brussels i think the secretarygeneral likes trump he may be the only one that's okay with me stoltenberg thanked the president for pushing other countries to increase their defense spending your message is having an impact the two day nato summit is the first major gathering of western countries since the g seven in canada where president trump clashed with the other leaders at cbs has lauren podesta with that report meanwhile china's government criticizes the latest us threat of tariff hikes as totally unacceptable the chinese vowing retaliation is washington is threatened ten percent tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods beijing responded to an earlier terrified by increasing its own duties on u s goods the war of words obviously impacting markets across the globe we'll have more coming up with bloomberg's andrew o'day in business a local documentary filmmaker therapist and activist has died of an apparent drowning the body of jenny phillips was discovered last night on a beach and wall win it after she reportedly jumped offers sailboat to swim the quarter mile to shore of nantucket her husband frank phillips the boston globe statehouse bureau chief says jenny was an experienced swimmer and was in good health he described her full of energy and driven by her passions messages of appreciation pouring out of thailand after the twelve boys and their soccer coach were successfully rescued from inside a flooded cave thailand's prime minister helen televised national address thanking international teams anti government employees for their tireless efforts and extracting the group dr support the team and their coach will remain in the hospital for at least a week but all are in good condition we're keeping an eye on ferry service between the cape and the islands after a tough day yesterday we get more from wbz's carl stevens technicians are expected at the steamship authority terminal today to try to figure out why a propeller alarm was going off on the boat to nantucket yesterday forced the cancellation of ferry service to and from nantucket things are going better today but steamship authority spokesman sean driscoll speaking with wbz tv acknowledged it's been a challenging year we've obviously had more issues than we're happy with and we're working to resolve identify and resolve those as quickly as possible five hundred seventy steamship authority trips were cancelled between january and may of this year because of mechanical issues five hundred seventy that's compared to twenty four during the same period last year carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty across the pond today world cup fever means a concert will go on with a slight delay that story just ahead wbz news time seven three time for a check of traffic and weather together on this wednesday the subaru retailers new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes we check.
"frank phillips" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Breached relieved of duty for a reason not released the news next but first the weather channel forecast rain chances up to begin with the next twenty four hours then we're dry and hot friday into the weekend really hot perhaps tonight's low dropping down to the mid sixties chance of rain showers thunderstorms look increasingly likely as tuesday goes on especially in the afternoon and evening a few could be severe with damaging wind a high near eighty from the weather channel i'm meteorologist mark sibito wls am eight ninety with another update in thirty minutes right now sixty seven degrees in the loop along the lakefront seventy seven at o'hare the pastor of chicago roman catholic church has been stripped of his religious duties after an investigation by a religious order the letter from the congregation of the resurrection was distributed sunday to members of the saint john campus catholic parish and announced the removal of the reverend see frank phillips this is somewhat rife for talk the archdiocese of chicago spokeswoman paula water says it although no church or secular law was violated by philips there were standards of behavior that he did not meet state senator has officially thrown his hat into the illinois high profile inexpensive governor's race republican state senator sam mccann says that he filled more than filed more than sixty thousand signatures monday to secure a spot on the november ballot against governor bruce runner and democrat jay pritzker mccann needs.
"frank phillips" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Are gathering in worcester for day two of the two thousand eighteen democratic convention at a dc you center today delegates will endorse candidates for governor lieutenant governor as well as secretary of state with balloting expected to continue into early tonight it will be decided today which candidates get the party's formal endorsement and which if any failed to get fifteen percent support of delegates needed to secure a spot senator elizabeth warren addressed the convention last night and as we hear more from wbz's are cohen she could pose a potential problem for governor charlie baker statehouse reporter frank phillips says republicans plan to spend a lot of money this fall to wound senator elizabeth warren kind of try bakers worst nightmare is a national republican money comes in here so strongly that democratic activists take to the street and they're gonna vote very aggressively for warren philip says bakers problem is a lot of republicans think he's too liberal any doesn't support donald trump took on the conservative wing of the party and go and that was a very bitter fight still philip says it's unlikely a democrat will be able to defeat charlie baker the most popular governor in america art cohen wbz newsradio ten thirty way democrats former patrick administration budget director j gonzalez and environmental activists robert massie are both bind to run against governor charlie baker lauren designed ski a politicos massachusetts playbook tells us about some other races were also going to see a support for lieutenant governor candidates it's going to be two different candidates quinton paul free and jimmy tingle jimmy kimble might be a familiar name to some listeners who are familiar with his work in the comedy world he's running for lieutenant governor it's obviously a little bit under the radar but you know to what level they can rally support from some democrats here will certainly be interesting to watch and boston city councillor josh's ak is challenging incumbent democratic state secretary bill galvin priming winners move onto the general election that's happening on november six the zakum bridge will be glowing in orange tonight it's for national gun violence awareness now last night boston city hall was lit up with orange light it was all part of a national observance people are also being asked to.
"frank phillips" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of the two thousand eighteen democratic convention at the dc you center today delegates will endorse candidates for governor lieutenant governor and secretary of state with balloting expected to continue into early tonight it'll be decided today which let's get the party's formal endorsement and which if any failed to get the fifteen percent support of delegates needed to secure a space as we hear now from wbz's cohen senator elizabeth warren could pose a potential problem for governor charlie baker statehouse reporter frank phillips says republicans plan to spend a lot of money this fall to wound senator elizabeth warren try bakers worst nightmare is a national republican money comes in here so strongly that democratic activists take to the streets and they're gonna vote very aggressively for warren phillips says bakers problem is a lot of republicans think he's too liberal any doesn't support donald trump he took on the conservative wing of the party and go and that was a very bitter fight still philip says it's unlikely democrat will be able to defeat charlie baker the most popular governor in america art cohen wbz newsradio ten thirty democrats former tatra administration budget director j gonzalez and environmental activists robert massie are both bind to run against governor charlie baker lawrence politicos massachusetts playbook tells us about other races we're also going to see a support for lieutenant governor candidates it's going to be two different candidates quinton paul frey and jimmy tingle jimmy tingle might be a familiar name to some listeners who are familiar with his work in the comedy world also running for lieutenant governor it's obviously a little bit under the radar but you know to what level they can rally support from some democrats here will certainly be interesting to watch and boston city councillor josh zagan is challenging incumbent democratic state secretary bill galvin primary winners move onto the general election on november six this month of june.
"frank phillips" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Goal to endorse a candidate for governor to run against charlie baker wbz's art cohen has the details on who's who obscure democrats former patrick administration budget director j gonzalez and environmental activist robert massie are vying to run against massachusetts republican governor charlie baker what are the chances that either of them could defeat baker not much says boston globe statehouse reporter frank phillips joined baker is the most popular governor in america and i've never seen any numbers like this and massachusetts he also has a huge campaign warchest that is financially puts them in a huge advantage over these guys art cohen wbz newsradio ten thirty days gathering in worcester will decide which candidates get the party's formal endorsement and which if any fail to get a fifteen percent support of delegates needed to secure a spot on the september primary ballot by the way and other races boston city councillor josh zagan is challenging incumbent democratic state secretary bill galvin and comic jimmy tingle is competing against former white house policy adviser quitting tell free for the lieutenant governor scott slot meantime lauren design ski a politicos massachusetts playbook tells us more about senator elizabeth warren's possible twenty twenty presidential elizabeth warren in recent polling has basically shown and maintain that she has a really strong lead between her and all three of her republican challengers of course that doesn't really come into play too much at the state convention it though but you know warren when she's asked nationally about her national ambitions in twenty twenty she always kind of goes back to the fact that she's running for reelection in two thousand eighteen here in massachusetts and so this convention really is her chance to kind of give a nod to the fact that she is up for reelection and that you know she she is alternately seeking the support of democrats both in november and in september on the primary ballot senator warren set to the crowd last night six years ago you helped me raise my voice and no one has been able to shut me up sense in other news today a child is being treated for burns at a boston hospital after falling on cape cod last night wbz's dot co tells us what happened did happen to the cape cod.
"frank phillips" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Goal to endorse a candidate for governor to run against charlie baker wbz's are cohen has the details obscure democrats former patrick administration budget director j gonzalez and environmental activists robert massie are vying to run against massachusetts republican governor charlie baker what are the chances that either of them could defeat baker not much says boston globe statehouse reporter frank phillips joined baker is the most popular governor in america and i've never seen any numbers like this in massachusetts he also has a huge campaign war chest that is financially puts them in a huge advantage over these guys art cohen wbz newsradio ten thirty today's gathering in worcester will decide which candidates get the party's formal endorsement and which if any failed to get a fifteen percent support of delegates needed to secure a spot on the september primary ballot by the way and other contests or races boston city councillor josh zagan is challenging incumbent democratic state secretary bill galvin and comic jimmy tangle is competing against former white house policy adviser quentin paul frey for the lieutenant governor slot lauren design ski of politicos massachusetts playbook tells us about senator elizabeth warren's possible twenty twenty presidential elizabeth warren in recent polling has basically shown and maintain that she has a really strong lead between her and all three of her republican challengers that doesn't really come into play too much at the state convention it so but you know warren and when she's asked nationally about her national ambitions in twenty twenty she always kind of goes back to the fact that she's running for reelection in two thousand eighteen here in massachusetts and so this convention really is her chance to kind of give a nod to the fact that she is up for reelection and that you know she she is seeking support of democrats both in november and september on the primary ballot senator warren says six years ago you helped me raise my voice and no one has been able to shut me up since and now a developing story from the wbz newsroom child is being treated for burns following an incident at a resort on the cape wbz tv's at least aggression is a boston children's hospital child is recovering here at the boston children's hospital.
"frank phillips" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Hear from candidates for statewide office facing contested primaries coming up in september at the massachusetts democratic party convention now today's gathering and worcester will decide which candidates get the parties formal endorsement and which if any fail together fifteen percent support of delegates needed to secure a spot as we hear more from wbz's are cohen senator elizabeth warren could pose a potential problem for governor charlie baker statehouse reporter frank phillips says republicans plan to spend a lot of money this fall to wound senator elizabeth warren kind of try bakers worst nightmare is national republican money comes in here so strongly that democratic activists take to the street and they're gonna vote very aggressively for warren philip says bakers problem is a lot of republicans think he's too liberal any doesn't support donald trump he took on the conservative wing of the party and go and that was a very bitter fight still philip says it's unlikely a democrat will be able to defeat charlie baker the most popular governor in america art cohen wbz newsradio ten thirty more details now from lowering descent ski of politicos massachusetts playbook we're also going to support for lieutenant governor candidates it's going to be two different candidates quinton paul frey and jimmy tingle jimmy kimble might be a familiar name to some listeners who are familiar with his work in the comedy world also running for lieutenant governor it's obviously a little bit under the radar but you know to what level they can rally support from some democrats here will certainly be interesting to watch by the way to democrats former patrick administration budget director j guns allah's and environmental activists robert massie are both vine to run against governor charlie baker june it's lgbt pride bond and that means there will be plenty of pride parades nationwide boston will hold its prey next saturday making our way from copley square.
"frank phillips" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"To get it out of the way then the senate can take up the rosen and do something basically similar to that effect and then once the senate and house versions have been passed they get together they hash out what the final budget will be and they vote on it and there you go and this is all before i think they have to vote on it before july thirty first so that's currently what's happened in this year the house i believe is already voted and passed their own version currently the senate is working on their version they're going to be real they released it just last week actually so they're going to be voting on that pretty soon so just to give you a sense of of what this is about and there were several problems that were percolating but one of the biggest ones was the people feel like they needed to be there anyway that was like a big takeaway basically all of the decisions that were supposed to be made had already been made by the time this thing supposedly was being voted on there was no actual changes that were ever going to be made you didn't even need to be there because basically it was all done generally the ways and means chairman decides who gets what right well under guidance to the speaker right under the against the director of operations anyway he's the one yes yeah so so so like you're saying this stuff is generally already hashed out so what was one of the big complaint was and one of the reasons why some of the details were about to to sort of talk about why people ended up being angry about it or whatever it was you know people and certainly the the frank phillips at the time and the globe the boston globe felt as though the herald overplayed factory that was going on and you know i'll bet you anything that it was it was it.
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"The right shows the demonstrate to children how bad drugs are chicago karnal blaze super has reportedly removed the pastor of the well known saint john catches parish and the goose island neighborhood the tribune says the reverend see frank phillips was removed last week cardinal tells parishioners that he made the decision after learning of credible allegations of improper conduct involving adult men the city of chicago is increasing security at the lakefront millennium park this summer starting may nineteenth there will be a security perimeter and bag check for all concerts and events at the downtown parks pritzker pavilion city will also prohibit alcohol at seven pritzker pavilion events that have the highest attendance those include the chicago house music festival chicago blues fest chicago mariachi festival and chicago jazz fest among others outside alcohol will be allowed at other events officials with these cities office of emergency management and communication say they're making the changes after terror attacks in major cities and at entertainment venues worldwide and mayor emanuel and congressman gutierrez will lead a delegation to hurricane ravaged puerto rico on friday bill cameron says there are political overtones for reelection in eleven months and a relief mission to puerto rico desa do his support in chicago's puerto rican community any harm at all the city of being resources to make sure that we will not rest until families and friends in puerto rico not just have power but have other ability to do what they need to move on and get back to work and be able to raise their families as well and the gutierrez spin was to compare rhyme to roberto clementi at a baseball field dedication baseball build that it's fitting to the memory and the legacy roberto clemente but at the same time mayor you're billing that legacy by leading a delegation.
"frank phillips" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Former state revenue chief michael heffernan appears to have given up multiple friends and associates high paying state jobs during his short tenure boston globe reporter frank phillips broke the story didn't get into the qualifications so much as it was you know there was a hiring freeze on at the time while the governor you put it on and just before this irene took place and they all ended up on the on the on the payroll with with the new commissioner michael heffernan governor charlie baker named heffernan commissioner of the department of revenue back in may twenty sixteen aides to baker say a statement to the globe that all the candidates were qualified for their jobs among those higher during the hiring freeze were neighbors golf buddies and former co workers meantime president trump taking direct aim at robert muller in the russia investigation now series of blistering tweets over the weekend the president questioned the fairness of the special counsel's probe cbs's chip reid says the new attacks followed the attorney general's firing a former fbi deputy director andrew mccabe in a flurry of tweets over the weekend the president said the muller probe should never have been started and he attacked its team of investigators claiming it was politically motivated why does the muller team have thirteen hardened democrats he wrote some big crooked hillary supporters and zero republicans while it's been reported that thirteen of the seventeen members of muller's team are registered democrats the president did not mention that muller himself is a longtime republican mccabe was fired by attorney general jeff sessions last friday less than two days before he was expected to retire and that put his pension in jeopardy after a thirty year career some democrats have jumped to offer mccabe temporary employment including representatives seth moulton of the six district here in massachusetts in a tweet moulton said he would be happy to consider it saying his district would benefit from the wisdom and talent of an experienced public servant such as mccabe wisconsin congress congressman mark pochun has also offered mccabe a job wbz news time one eleven call for action wants to help you with any consumer problems you might be struggling with gamma call right now they're he'll to one thirty so you still have about twenty minutes six one seven seven eight seven.
"frank phillips" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The 3s jacked the fourday wbz accuweather forecast will be climbing up here this evening and then just clouds rest of the night a low of thirty two and now we gotta to deal with this nor'easter tomorrow and tomorrow by cloudy snow mixed with rain along the coast it will rive in the morning be heavy at times the later in the afternoon added night the wind also picking up gusting forty five miles an hour at night and over coastal flooding has also going to be a problem a high of thirty two inland 38 adecco slow tomorrow night near freezing accumulations one two three inches for boston in the south sure three to six inches and in northern and western suburbs six to twelve inches north and west of 495 mostly rain for the south coast banda islands i'm accuweather meteorologist dave bowers wbz newsradio 1030 all the clouds have taken over in boston now thirty five degrees wbz news time three fifty five a former massachusetts tax commissioner appears to have created a pricey position for a family friend who may not have been qualified for the position we spoke with veteran boston globe reported frank phillips about what he discovered hurry about a higher over the department of revenue department where the commissioner and commissioner michael heffernan hired a person who was a social friend a neighbor and the donor to campaign when he ran for stay kershler's republican ever a hundred and twenty one thousand dollar your job despite a hiring freeze that the governor had implemented and.
"frank phillips" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In the doorway what he somehow tumbled off the train it appears the conductor was then run over by the train he had bent on crushing his lower left leg investigators say the train was going somewhere between ten and fifteen miles per hour at the time and as the train came to a stop some passengers scrambled over to that injured key all this worker the conductor taken to a boston hospital his name has not yet been released norwood police say a tractor trailer driver struck and killed or coworker while delivering roofing materials out of construction project on upland road this afternoon police chief william brooks the driver backed up there obviously did see him and and brand random over the process particularly difficulty operate under the victim and with a uh they know each other work together police say an investigation is underway but this appears to be a tragic accident no names have been released at the boston federal court trial of four teamsters union members the host of the top chef reality tv show padma lakshmi testified she was petrified one union members confronted her outside a milton restaurant when the series was filming back in 2014 the union allegedly demanding jobs the jury could get the case later on this week state lawmakers from around the country are meeting in boston this week boning up on topics ranging from healthcare to energy to social media wbz his leonard jones attended a session called a free and responsible press in today's political climate the first question to a panel of political reporters that analysts do you think press freedom is threatened frank phillips at the boston globe not at all this is the most robust press i've seen since watergate but phillips does see an economic threat to tradition immediate we've seen a just a complete devastation of newsrooms john branca the denver post worries about the rise of ideological bloggers this standards of fairness and sourcing just don't apply and i think that's a real challenge that kind of a roads that public trust in our roads that press freedoms us a little bit he says the public needs to understand the.