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"gary jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Elliot in For Gary Jeff Walker. Goingto Look Kentucky centric to start off the show and what better way to kick it off, then with Kentucky's very own Rand. Paul Center. Thank you for joining me with Rachel. Thanks. So you are in the process of getting no knock warrants band or you're trying. Tio, Where you at with that currently For a long time. I felt that the war on drugs has gone too far and that you know drugs. While there are problems are mostly a problem for the people who abused them themselves, and we got to do what we can and treat it more as a health problem. Breaking down people's door in the middle of the night. I think leads to problems. Sometimes you get the wrong house. It actually puts our policemen in danger, and I just think it is not something that is worthwhile. They got the wrong house or when people think that they're burglars coming in, and they shoot back Then the people inside get shot, which happened in Louisville recently. So we're trying to get it banned at the federal level. When we brought it forward of the Louisville Metro Council also went ahead. Brought it forward. And right now, the Louisville area and Louisville police have actually bandit so I think we are making progress. When it comes to police reform. In general, it seems like the Senate is going back and forth. One bill versus another bill. When are we going to see possibly some resolution? Maybe both sides coming together and actually working on this problem. You know, I think this is really disappointing that the Democrats chose not to work with this. They basically said, We don't want to go on any bill. It's not our own bill, but really in Congress. What happens is the party that controls the chamber brings the bill forward. So on the Democratsside. They did bring forward a Democrat bill and they didn't allow any modifications by Republicans. On the Senate side. We brought forward a Republican police reform bill. But ah, and the discussion was that the Democrats would have amendments. I actually wanted amendments, no knock Provisioned was not in the Republican plan, and I wanted to add that to it. But the only way you do that is by voting to get on the bill, and Democrats basically made the decision that they are going to run this in the election. And if they win, they'll get they want, But if they lose, we're still at an impasse. And I think there are some good reforms that are needed that we could put forward center. You kind of broke rank with your fellow Republicans went came to the No knock warrant issue. They have been less apt to want it banned. Why do you think that is Well, you know, I've been looking at what we've done with the federal warrant drugs for a long time, and there is a racial disparity is not really due to racism or prejudice or discrimination. There is a disparity and those were arrested for drugs. And the reasoning I put behind it is this If AH, rich kid in in the suburbs is smoking pot in his basement. The police are never going to catch him. They just frankly or not. But if a poor kid in the city of smoking pot Ah, it's outside, and there's other crimes going on around the police air down there because of crime. What ends up happening is poor people and African Americans predominantly get arrested much more for drug crimes, and that's one of the reasons why I became involved with not only the no knock raids. Trying to do a better job of seeing that there's another way to approach drug crimes rather than putting everybody in jail. And what are some of the initiatives that you're looking to push forward in terms of The war on drugs and possibly pushing it away from a war quote unquote to actually solving the drug problem that America's facing right now. We've been looking at. I'm on various bills with other Democrat with Democrats. And on most of these bills, Kirsten Joel Brandt and I have a bill called Carers act that schedules marijuana at a lower level and allows for more use of medical marijuana things like that, or step forward that most of the public is now for As faras Civil asset forfeiture. This is when the government takes your money. If you're pulled over on the side of the road, and you have $1000 they say, Where did you get it? And then you have to prove that you got it from Ah, legitimate source, So they take it from you. Even if they don't charge you of a crime. That's something we've been trying to fix. We don't think tank should be in the street. We don't think that bayonet should be used by policemen. So this is another thing called militarization of the police that we're trying to prevent. So I think there is common ground between the two parties. Frankly, the other side I'm a little disappointed with when President Obama was president. You know, I wasn't a big fan. I wasn't a supporter, but I went to the White House many times to try to get criminal justice reform done. When Donald Trump came in, he took some convincing, but he ended up being the one who got it passed. You know, we got the first step back, which gets rid of some of the mandatory minimum sentencing gets rid of some of the life sentences for nonviolent drug crimes. All of these are good things. Right now. I think the the other side has gone to excess. Now they want to defund the police and they're making people like me who have been advocates very nervous about even wanting to associate with them because de funding the police has a really, really, really stupid idea. Senator when you hear de funding the talk of de funding, and then you hear talk about civil service is being brought in. Teo pick up the slack. Let's say for those police, they're not going to be out on the streets any more. Do you ever wonder where that money can come from without defunding? Because when I hear de funding, I think Well, Money's gotta come from somewhere right, And we don't necessarily want to raise taxes. So you're taking it out this pot Tio pay these people and it's not necessarily the best option but without raising taxes. Is there another option? I guess what I'm worried about in de funding the police and this villain ization the polices. What happened? You know that cute little girl that shot in Atlanta that last weekend, Sir Korea, Turner, I think was her last name. Here's the problem is they let the streets just goto absolute mayhem. The mayor of Atlanta allows blockades and this is where they after the shooting of that Ray shard Brooks. They burned the Wendy's down. Then they blockaded the streets. And this family just got turned down the wrong street. And this little girl was shot, but they're shot because we're now telling the police were going to arrest the police for anything. Any use of force. And it really has gone beyond the pale defund the police let protesters and riders occupy the streets. There were shootings in Seattle. So really, while I'm all in for Curbing some of the abuses and on four police reform and have been for a decade or more. I'm actually right now worried. Mohr aboutthe lawlessness in the chaos in our cities. Because look, our cities have been run by Democrats for 50 years, and we look at all of these problems. Really. People need to be staring in the face there. Democrat mayors there Democrat police chiefs that are no longer Protecting lives in their cities. Chicago What a night? Absolutely, I mean, and it's not getting better, unfortunately, is getting progressively worse. So, but it takes somebody like you. This work for the mainstream, which equals Main Street America rhyme. And while there are problems with police brutality, they probably pale in comparison to the shootings and the murderers that air just the common criminality of our cities..
"gary jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"A lot of money and he actually had the courage to do what most people more and to go to the FBI get with some some local manufacturing or that support people attacks all the works with and they made a video you can go watch the video it's easy to find just look up since I think we've been trained and he basically explain how this happened as a warning to other folks that you know even relatively small company this is the kind of thing that happens I mean the guy deserves a lot of credit for having absolutely go out and say Hey this happen to me they can happen to you too does to him maybe stop and somebody else from going through the same thing again about a minute left and I I would just tell everybody like my password is going to be up here at work probably in the next I don't know couple of weeks I'm just guessing I don't know how long it's been but the last time I needed to declare a new password to change my password yeah it took me three times before our system would let me ask what port would accept my password because the other ones weren't complicated enough so now it's just a a string of letters that that I would know almost telling a story and you know we're we're a long way from capital P. password one we'll let you know coming up with a phrase that only you would know yeah great way to create a password complex but also of something easy for you to remember right like you know I love seven hundred W. L. W. with Gary Jeff Walker damn you crack to mine now I got to change it Dave header thank you so much Sir yeah could not hate with that we conclude this night cabinet with every show that I host we played the star spangled banner to honor America on seven hundred W. L. W..
Smart home devices could be hit with more cyberattacks than ever
"Smart devices being I. T. S. best coach and you and I've talked about all the smart devices whether it be to regulate your air conditioning or the ring doorbells or the Alexis or any of that stuff inside your home of but he he compares it to asbestos tell me about that yeah I thought this was a really interesting take and other some great quotes he put out there about it he is the chief research officer and a company called F. secure anti malware or antivirus software that they're pretty well known and have been around for a long time in his whole point is one aspect he first came out everyone called the great white you can be used for all kinds of things insulation fireproofing yeah everyone thought it was really fantastic causes cancer cancer right now we spend in god knows how many billions trying to mitigate the stuff wherever it is right his point with I. O. T. device dinner of things devices all the smart device your smart TV refrigerator costar Catherine sure he he goes to a great explanation around toasters and why it seems great on the surface but in the long run what we come back to bite into fifty point is people are just buying these things plug in the men because they seem cool they don't really understand the potential consequences of the data is being collected much less the fact that so many times security then after phone the devices the install and they don't change the password they don't realize they have to update the software on the device is like they would on a computer that updates come out because the bad guys know that these things are often a very soft target in whether they're going to be the burden in some way to do some nefarious thing like launch distributed denial of service attack or they might be for birds of because it creates a conduit and your network you doing your home or in your office the bad guys used to get in and and do god knows what else work around in there and figure out how they're going to inject themselves the transaction send out invoices your customers have customer stand up payments back to their accounts at least things are literally going on every minute of every day and people have to take my word for it go search for themselves you will find all kinds of concrete examples of people including people in our area who are getting hammered with these kind of attacks so you know his point is don't just buy this stuff and plug it in and because if you do you're probably going to regret it sometime but yeah he he has some really actually closed end of a nice job of explaining why based on where we're at today this will eventually come back to bite it I tend to agree with mine yeah there are a few their estimates as many as forty billion the internet of things devices will be in use by twenty twenty five no we're not we're not far away I agree number eighty one of them is potentially a security
Texts show reactions to Trump demands on Ukraine
"Now lawmakers hearing potentially significant information today about the circumstances surrounding the whistle blower complaint about president trump's contact with Ukraine's leader the former top U. S. diplomat in Ukraine Kurt Volker telling Capitol Hill lawmakers said he wasn't personally involved in the president's efforts to have that country's leader investigate Joe Biden and his son hunter Volker handing over text messages that show state department officials debating whether trump was withholding nearly four hundred million dollars in military aid to pressure Ukraine for his own political benefit the top American diplomat in Ukraine bill Taylor right I think it's crazy to withhold security assistance for help with a political campaign the US ambassador to the European Union Gordon someone replies I believe you are incorrect about president trump's intentions the president has been crystal clear no quid pro quos of any kind A. B. C.'s very Bruce house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff saying he finds once again the president invite in another country this one China to interfere in presidential elections
Audio of Trump discussing whistleblower at private event
"Now a recording of the president making a veiled threat against the whistle blower over the review crane conversation he had obtained by Bloomberg during a closed door staff meeting of the US mission to the U. N. here's ABC's Jonathan Karl president even suggest the White House officials who spoke to the whistle blower committed treason our first in the game. Selama personally gave the list of one or the information because at first it was fine. yeah we used the old days when we was far the spice entries we should have a little differently from what you have. long standing penalty for treason in the U. S. has been death the whistle blowers complained about the content of the call to Ukraine's newly elected president trying to dig up dirt on Joe Biden has prompted an impeachment inquiry and the house of
Brewers Clinch 2019 NL Wild Card with Win vs. Reds, Cubs Loss
"Of of note and interest to divisional races the brewers time with the win over the Reds clinch their second straight postseason appearance they get at least a wildcard still have their sights on the NL central in tracking down the cardinals their a game and a half back of Saint Louis the Indians lose tonight that's a tough one to lose to the white Sox eight to three let's see here scrolling through here the ETS middle of Fifth tied with the angels one one the ETS are current holders of the top wildcard spot. the cardinals lost today nine to seven that's on the heels of the nineteen inning game last night they lose to the Diamondbacks twins beat the Tigers five to one so that twins when coupled with the Indians a loss makes it a killer loss for the Indians tonight let's see the cubs lose again that's a shame that's eight straight losses for the cubs they've been eliminated from the playoffs the Mets were eliminated from the playoffs with the brewers win on the pirates announcing tonight no actually I'm not sure if the pirates of announced it there were there was a report tonight out of Pittsburgh the Clint hurdle will return next season the pirates. how I have no idea because that is been a train wreck of a season on the field and off the field and the Mets were winners tonight but again that now no longer matters they have been eliminated from contention with the the so the National League the all the nationally playoff spots in my saying this correctly are taken it just a matter of who gets what title yes Atlanta Washington St Louis Milwaukee and L. A. are all in still in play the NL central division at this point and after that Indians lost tonight they are five back of the twins. in the wild card C. wildcard the eighties and raise are now tied for the top wildcard spot the Indians drop a game and a half
Pats' Antonio Brown said to be eligible, but will he play?
"New England Patriots troubled receiver Antonio brown has been given the green light to play on Sunday the white out won't be placed on the commissioner's exempt list making him eligible to play against the Miami Dolphins the NFL has opened an investigation into the civil lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal court that alleges sexual assault against Antonio brown by his former
Democratic debate: Fiery exchanges over costs of health care
"The Democrats running for president turning up the heat tonight this is the nine thirty report I Matt Rees breaking now debate night for the Democrats in Houston. democratic debate hosted by ABC news in Houston is had intense disagreement over health insurance reform between candidates like Joe Biden Amy claw Machar and others who favor expanding obamacare and offering a public option and those like Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren who want Medicare for all single payer might in talking about his plan verses single payer my plan for health care costs a lot of money it cost seven hundred twelve forty billion dollars it doesn't cost thirty trillion dollars three point four trillion a year turns out is twice with the entire federal budget is that's before it exists now without interest on the debt button and Holly on Castro you just seven minutes ago that they would have to. you said they would have to buy you. forgetting what you said about it for. just two minutes ago noticing of president Obama's so fortunate this democratic debate chucks Iverson
Major defeat for British PM as lawmakers seize Brexit agenda
"Three hundred twenty eight the news to the. three hundred and. they always have a. British lawmakers looking to head off Britain's divorce from the European Union without a plan to five prime minister Boris Johnson and voted to seize control the brexit agenda parliament voted to clear the way for Johnson's opponents to introduce a bill tomorrow that would prevent Britain from leaving the E. U. without a deal October thirty first Johnson immediately said he would call for a new general
Tyler Skaggs: Angels pitcher overdosed on drugs and alcohol
"Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs died from an accidental overdose of drugs and alcohol found dead in his hotel room in the Dallas area last month where the angels were playing the ranger the autopsy states that the young Los Angeles angels pitcher suffocated after ingesting a mix of alcohol and the opioids oxy code own and Sentinel the death ruled
Connor And Betts discussed on Gary Jeff Walker
"With an update on the investigation into the mass shooting in the organ district August the fourth she feels says investigators are unable to conclude whether the gunmen Connor bats intended to kill his sister one of the victim services his history of obsession with violence in violence ideation the the discussion of interest in mass shootings in expression of desire to carry out an issue chief bats adding make no mistake about it Betts wanted to commit a horrible crime this this was a planned well before you got to the organ district the number of those wounded up a little because people drove themselves to the hospital total of twenty six people were shot nine were killed in that date in
CNN, Sixty Years And Two Years discussed on Gary Jeff Walker
"CNN is covering quote devastated children without parents after immigrant rates it appears that in Mississippi there were two hundred seventy five illegal immigrants working at a chicken processing plant and the ice may I use the term rated went into the plant with warrants and arrested a whole bunch of illegal immigrants many of whom had already deportation orders against them some were simply working illegally and CNN is covering the story is a circumstance where children are left without parents were taken into ice custody now I don't know about you but normally if you commit criminal acts and your in custody you lose custody of your children normally that's the way it works what we were in a country where kids do not go to prison with their parents this is a normal circumstance Hammond accounting Kenton county switch one county Clermont county Butler County one mothers and fathers who are criminals go to court to be sentenced they normally do not bring their children with them and if they do the judge will say separate the child from the convicted criminal going to jail and then somehow the system has foster care which is a broken down system completely in order to care for the child until order is restored normally when you engage in personal criminal miss behavior the consequences of that it might be separation from your children one might say don't engage in the behavior in the first place in which case ought to worry about but that's not the way scene and cover something this is about trump and not cracking down on illegal immigration which he is but he's following the law Democrats passed these laws in Obama and Schumer a few years ago sounds exactly like trump today when discussing illegal immigration the Democrats wanted to build the walls the Democrats wanted to export illegal criminals from our country the Democrats sound alike trump today see everything is failed with this guy the ability bush access Hollywood tape failed the media coverage of them failed in October November of a twenty sixteen the Russian collusion delusion failed you then had to call me that failed then Mahler's testimony heck that failed now it's on to racism and if that doesn't work then they have guns in which the president is taking the position of the Democratic Party until very recently on not matters of illegal immigration in fact in twenty oh nine and twenty ten up to January fifth of twenty eleven the Democratic Party for the first time in sixty years had complete control of the Congress and the presidency something Republicans have not had since the nineteen fifties even though Republicans control the house and the Senate unless you have sixty votes in the Senate you control nothing for two years nine and ten the Democrats had a sixty vote majority in the Senate control of the house and the presidency they passed no significant legislation whatsoever about guns or immigration to keep those issues alive to use as culture was against Republicans the only thing they fax or what it was a bomber Kerr and that was an unmitigated disaster the drew up that that flew the prices through the roof on premiums and deductibility as and so don't tell me the Democrats want to solve problems if they did they were to solve them they'd rather have the issue to keep power rather than solve a difficulty let's continue with
Ohio home explosion investigated as hate crime
"In sterling Ohio south of Madonna police want to find the person responsible for causing the explosion of a home he or she could face hate crime charges the home belonging to Angela phrase the African American woman has lived here for more than two decades authorities discovering us wants to cut and racial slurs spray painted on the garage door and the neighbors vehicles is really
Baltimore, Seven Four Nine Seven Thousand Pound And One Month discussed on Gary Jeff Walker
"The Baltimore sun ran a scathing editorial about the present but they said in a report from twenty seventeen the ball Baltimore sun quote anyone who took a walk around this neighborhood you think you're in it and a third world country that's the Baltimore sun and The Washington Post a larger Cummings is been the number one politician in Baltimore for decades what is he accomplished what has he done other than talk about the problem in Cincinnati the prosecutor says call out the National Guard twenty killed in one month nineteen black one white killed in one month and now everyone is outraged Cranley is outraged county commissioners are outraged Democratic Party is outraged well who's been a judge in Cincinnati for the past fifty years so these communities is a dysfunctional who's in charge the liberals Baltimore is the worst run city in America well the mayor of the most recent mail the Catherine Pugh you just heard was chase from office had been indictment for for fraud and bribery in office now the next allegation by the president is a Baltimore is infested with rats and roads one of the residents say the B. B. C. found quote residents have said that they live in rat infested neighborhoods regardless of what you do as a person living here there are roaches and mice an epidemic of bed bugs on quote I went to the mayor herself say rotting carcasses you smell that look at those rats that's the mayor next allegation is about the rats according to Orkin pest control Baltimore is one of the most rat infested cities in America the pest control company ranks Baltimore number six on the list the other Fiverr worst places like Memphis by the way also control of the Democratic Party the allegation of the presidents of filthy mess and that's true yeah I read to you three or four sentences from the Baltimore sun editorial board last year about Baltimore Baltimore sun quote food containers all up close paper but man appeals plastic bags and tons of garbage littering the shoulders of roads pile up in alleyways and are strewn across fields and yards not only is it unsightly and contribute to a rodent problem here in Baltimore but it can create a glom in a gloomy feeling it's at a time when the city is already facing self esteem issues because of high crime and the scandal surrounding university of Maryland medical system and merit Catherine Pugh who's now on indefinite leave enter healthy holiday books if anything this city needs a major scrubbing to help restore some of its freight than ME John quote that's from the editorial board of the Baltimore sun so when the president says the same things the Baltimore sun says the president is trashed and lastly when you get your reaction seven four nine seven thousand pound seven hundred a new eighteen T. Leslie isn't said Baltimore is dangerous Baltimore according to USA today well there's another conservative publication USA today Baltimore is deadlier than Chicago and Detroit according to crime statistics released by the FBI had the highest homicide rate in the nation and twenty eighteen it's dangerous for the residents the great majority home one is simple life lead in a good way but USA today says the Baltimore has more crime than Chicago and Detroit gun violence are chives dot org archives dot org reports of Baltimore was responsible for more than half the incidents involving guns and the state of Maryland that that's fifty five percent of the guns when they're twelve percent of the population and in Baltimore more than half of the murders are run solved the truth is what's happening in Baltimore has nothing to do with race everything to do with politics and inept democratic lawmakers who have turned their backs on their own people and want to blame others for their behavior can you smell what I'm cooking these are the facts and in Cincinnati according to the federal government they have three zip codes what you're in criminal crisis not being over the Rhine price hill in Avondale according to not United States government an Obama administration said exactly the same thing so is this a shock to the media these clubs I've played or available online why would the mainstream media play the clips of mayor Catherine Pugh how to touring these areas last year before she resigned saying exactly the same things but trump said why would the Baltimore sun editorial board revisit its editorial just seven months ago saying exactly the same thing the president says because the truth doesn't matter it's sink the Bismarck it is saying drop at all cost he is called a races for pointing out the same things that the African American Marable Baltimore I said the same kind of things that Bernie Sanders is said and he was applauded by city officials standing behind Bernie Sanders what am I missing here Meyer waves are yours we have Jane first coming up and many others seven four nine seven thousand pound seven hundred a new eighteen T. the democratic party's policies have collapsed living in urban areas for African American folks who deserve so much better twelve fifty six how may your Reds playing tonight against Pittsburgh all news radio seven hundred W. out of the seven hundred WLW
Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin And President discussed on Gary Jeff Walker
"Moon landing fifty years ago today brought several historic moments not only did man finally walk on the lunar surface but the astronauts also took a call from the White House Neil Armstrong's words from the surface of the moon fifty years ago today have lived on in history but he and buzz Aldrin also did some listening while they were there president Richard Nixon spoke to them from the oval office telephone faith Nixon's aides had prepared a speech in the event of the mission ending in disaster but his message was reflective truly one one in their pride in what you have
Ohio Senate passes bill to save state's two nuclear power plants
"The Ohio Senate also passing house bill six this evening it would result in an eighty five cents per month be on customers electric bill statewide keep two nuclear power plants in northern Ohio running supporters say will save jobs but opponents saw it will eventually kill the state's renewable energy mandate in the next ten years the build will now go it will go to the governor's desk but before that it must go back to the house who has adjourned until August first when they return they are most likely to take it up with a passage that it goes to Mike to want
House Department Of Justice discussed on Gary Jeff Walker
"House department of justice lawyers are telling a federal judge they'll continue to pursue putting that citizenship question on the twenty twenty senses but they are going ahead with printing the forms
Cubs, Mets And Yankees discussed on Gary Jeff Walker
"Now cubs and the pirates were delayed for awhile because of rain it's three a two to nothing in favor of the pirates that game at last check was in the bottom of the third inning it's now the bottom the fifth actually to pirates five and the cubs nothing elsewhere on the nationally Mets are up for two on the Yankees that game actually a final in New York Phillies to nothing winners of the Braves handing Dallas cockle his second loss the year Astros nine eight they lead the Rockies in Denver bottom of the seventh inning in Colorado nationals and Marlins are tied to to bottom the eighth one Sotos gone deep for the nationals here is the
Hamels leaves after 1 inning, Reds beat Cubs 6-3 to end skid
"Well, the reg will try to keep it. It going. They've run their home record now to twenty wins and seventeen losses. They win tonight and now they've got the cubs tomorrow and Sunday afternoon. And of course after that a big four game series beginning on Monday night against Milwaukee. And then next Saturday and Sunday a week from tomorrow beginning the two game series that will determine the governor's Cup or the Ohio Cup and they take on the Indians, the final two games before the all star break the reds winter tonight, six to three over the Chicago Cubs. Tommy throw
Yankees homer in MLB-record 28th straight game
"Dot com big sticks in the big leagues i'm going to name a team tonight the yankees entered play tonight having homered should've scroll down to see if they have homered in fact there's gonna be dramatic it's the eighth inning to the yankees have a home run tonight they do they have now homered in unbelievable twenty eight consecutive games aaron hicks hit one last night of the eighth inning against the jays tonight d._j. lemay you in the first inning well extended the streak right out of the chute tonight they twenty-seven had tied the rangers for the major league record set in two thousand and two so they the yankees now hold the major league record homering in twenty eight consecutive games the last time the yankees did not homer at a game was made the twenty fifth during this streak thirteen different yankees have homered in the twenty-seven game stretch a total of forty seven homers and yet they entered play tonight just fourth not just fourth but they're not i like you'd assume based on those numbers they are fourth in the major leagues in home runs although keep in mind they have recently added from the injured list giancarlo stanton they've added aaron judge and they've traded for edwin encarnacion they may hit a home run every gave him the rest of the year twenty
"gary jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Gary, Jeff Walker Newport's talion fest twenty eighth year starting tomorrow. And one of the performing this is the first time in my knowledge, and I've been there, awhile, first time ever for the naked karate girls to perform talion fist it Evans on Friday night at eight o'clock on the main stage there on the river and joining us from naked karate girls, the one and only taunt, and by the way, I've been looking at the home page punch. I understand your point. Hey. There's only one of you, but if you keep it up, there may be two of you in one. Here's here's, here's the thing about I've been hearing about this band, and it's my full this is a me problem. I've never seen you guys and I will Friday night because I'm so you know, it's a big deal. We're finally big recognized by Newport, Kentucky that we're getting. The big deal really excited. It's our first time in there, and we're really pumped about what I'm kind of disappointed about what I found out more about you without ever. Seeing you perform is that you're not naked do karate, and you're not girls. Right. I don't know how you'll identify yourself on Friday night but it's a great band name. How'd you come up with a name? We're talking eleven years ago. This is our eleventh year of being after time. Three of the top ten words of all time, more naked karate and girls order. So it just kind of a marketing trick a little bit. But it also really finding were there. Other alternative names. Other ideas, we, it was the first one, we with everybody just just fit the people were in the band. There's irony a sense of humor. Ballot just kind of. Poking titillating. Guys, you guys get around. I mean you play around a lot. And I mean perform. Yeah, I don't know if you play around a lot, that's again a little bit over my purview. But. You can say whatever you want. Sure, what's the farthest away from your from Cincinnati, right? Fanatic, the what's the farthest flung place you play? The way that we play on regular basis. Does that? A couple times a year. But we now pretty much every February we go down playing for a week. It's not bad gig. Not. So you ever played internationally it haven't talks about some of those things last year. We're really close to go on, it'll Italy ended up not happening at the last moment. For too long. We'll be going international for people who've never seen naked karate girls. What kind of your dance band, right? The biggest party in the galaxy. The people dance straight. But biggest thing we, we really make a platform and a situation that interactive for people have a really good time. Normally wouldn't. Probably the essence and the special ingredient of our band, is that we help people get out of their seats were the guys in the band. How many other who are the other guys on? Sorry, Jack Wu and our singer is. Or guitar players fluctuating name changes all the time. So it's currently Mustang though, Mustangs, are original Muhtar player from eleven years ago. Guitar player, T-Bone, our second rappers, second vocalist, primarily spam to the Rhody. Soul have names too. We have our own special names. Good idea. So eleven years, you guys done any recording did Uni original stuff at all? Family. We've we played around with some of the original stuff for what we do market really for. Dance music party music, original music. Our format is to go out in just make make in a party of end with that we play. And we really do our own, although we're playing different songs from other musicians and artists, where we really do on way. Right. You got your own arrangements and stuff. Yeah. Well, I look forward to seeing you finally, for the first time on Friday night, at a talion fest is a festival, so it's gotta be. Yeah. And you gotta have a guy named punch in the band for to be festive girls. Anyway. Okay for the other girls. Naked karate girls Friday night, Italian. Thanks for your time. Thank we'll see. All right. Five one three seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred eight four three two four four one pound seven hundred on AT and T. You notice we talked to Brian shrive the Finney law firm today, the open records, request and the fingers pointing at Dwight Tillery, the former mayor of Cincinnati for some of the most damning gang of five text PG Sipa filled apparently being channeling Dwight Tillery as what we have learned to this point the important thing that happened in Cincinnati city council. They of course, was voting on the decriminalizing pot referendum. Smoke them if you got him Honey, in the words of the late March shot. Now as someone who has had lots of experience with marijuana in my past life. I don't I'm not going to demonize the use of cannabis because I don't think it deserves anymore. Demonization than alcohol. Don't think it's necessarily gonna lead you doing cocaine or heroin. In fact, it, it might keep you from some of those other at least in some people's mind, more dangerous drugs. But they talked about the prohibition of alcohol and relating it to the prohibition of marijuana, the criminals, -ation marijuana. Well, when alcohol was relegalised. In this country. With the repeal of the amendment and happy days were here again. They did put an age limit on it. Cincinnati city council did not decide to put it. So you can have a twelve year old kid. Get caught with one hundred and thirty joints marijuana, and there's no repercussions. And there's no regulation, so to speak. I found that kind of disturbing about you. We'll talk to Newport's. Police chief Tom Collins, not to drink. He's the guy and he's another one of the Italian fest bandmates. Chris westchester. I got about a minute. Go. We'll go. Nothing. I loved it. Women. Came up to their shoes. Chris Chris they qualified for the World Cup. Not everybody. Not everybody does because apparently in some corner of the world, they're better than their other competitors. That's made it. Chris Chris when you're in the World Cup. It doesn't matter if you're playing gets midgets or behemoths, you don't take your foot off the gas period into story. Thank you very much. Tom Collins next on seven hundred w we.
"gary jeff walker" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"You, Gary Jeff Walker in for Willie as he continues to convalesce and recover as we covered earlier in the program coming up in just a few moments. My friend Scott drought. Scott drought may not be a name that is nationally known at a time in the late nineteen eighty s in early nineteen ninety s if you were a college basketball fan, you might have had your ears perk up with the mention of the name, Scott trout, but on the verge on the eve before the NC, double A men's college basketball championship. We'll talk to Scott about what it's like to be in the tournament the environment, and especially for and let's face it. They're young men, but they're really kids eighteen to twenty two twenty three playing on some of the biggest stages in the world. We know what it's like for experienced adults to play on some of the biggest stages in the world, and they often falter and. Fail in that bright spotlight. Can you imagine being eighteen nineteen twenty years old playing in front of twenty thirty in the national championship scenario, sometimes sixty or seventy thousand people? The biggest moment of your life, and you better perform, so I think it'll be interesting discussion still to come on tonight show as well. We'll have Karen keta lean who is talking about sanctuary cities. And obviously immigration illegal immigration is one of the biggest topics at work at play today in American society, the president once again on the border with Mexico and southern California this past week and still calling for Mexico to either stop the flow of illegal immigrants or we will shut off business at the border, which I think is a horrible idea for the economies of countries. And President Trump has been first and foremost an economic president. There's no doubt. The results are clear the proof is in the pudding. So do you want to put a stop put a brake on that economic engine strictly over keeping people who shouldn't be in this country out of the country? Also, still to come my friend, J Armstrong who's a stand up comedian and a stand up guy on the issue of opioid addiction and addiction in this country and the lives that have been lost President Trump's response to it. Regards, illegal immigration, and the illegal flow drugs that are coming across our border and his own personal story, which is an amazing story. He's been more than thirteen years sober now from everything. He'd also been to federal prison. He'd also effectively they had ruined his life. He let them ruin his life and his story. I think it's it's a unique story, and it's not a one-size-fits-all kind of solution. But what he's going through and some of his ideas on how to stop this insanity of overdoses and suicide and lives ruined in this country. I think they're all great topics. Great to be with you tonight. Gary Jeff in for Willie live on a Sunday night. Eleven.
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"This abbreviated nightcap after you see basketball, Gary Jeff Walker on seven hundred wwl w joining us the head of the northern Kentucky tea party, Scott Hoster on but on some of the political. Theatrics going on in Washington DC. Well, President Trump is in Hanoi. Vietnam. Trying to iron out serious events around the globe with Kim Jong UN and the second North Korean summit, Scott. How are you doing seeming, Gary, Jeff, I'm doing well, just just to clarify something real quick? Jan scab doll is the head of the northern Kentucky party. I head up state tea party leadership team. Oh, well, I don't wanna get short shrift to Jan. God sakes. So anyway, Scott as leader of a political faction in the entire state of Kentucky. How did you feel about the Democrats timing on this which was purposeful? And we don't know what's going to happen. As a result of this summit with Kim Jong UN and President Trump, and it's certainly not going to be North Korea lays down or dismantles all their nuclear weapons as a result of this set can summit, but they did it purposefully because the president was out of the country. And I I find this very disturbing. How do you? How do you see this call political theater, and you're right? They timed it for this moment. He's not there. They're taking advantage of that nothing more than trying to keep their base for the next election. That's about and I don't know if you saw any of the testimony of Michael Cohen demand who has been convicted of lying to congress and was asked again before congress to under oath lie or tell the truth again. How can you tell if he's lying this time? It reminds me of the old Gary Burbank care journey member Gary Burbank. Yeah. The radio host a character called big fat. He said any one of those tag lines was I'm tell you truth this time, how do we tell Michael Cohen telling the truth or not was he telling the truth before when he was convicted of lying, or is he telling the truth now, even today, Jim Jordan recommended him for additional criminal charges based on his testimony. You can't believe anything Cohen says he's convicted of wine. Admitted today congress he's trying desperately could cut a deal to reduce his prison time. He knows he's going to prison. Do anything to reduce that time. You can't believe a word. The man don't you find it a bit more than just disingenuous that Elijah Cummings in the Democrats? They're doing exactly what they said. They were going to do an elections do have consequences when the Democrats took control of the house of representatives in November of last year. You knew this was coming, but to have their first witness be someone who is close to President Trump or was close to President Trump who was already found to be a known perjurer testify, and for them to rely on his testimony this time to try and trap President Trump in crimes or or non crimes or things that are supposed crimes are alleged crimes. Many of them happened before he was even president. It really doesn't make much sense except that as we mentioned, it's political theater, and it's all about the Gotcha syndrome. That is. In Washington with another election on the way. Thomas Massie sent some good up. Well today when he said Cohen is probably leaked. Credible witness. We've ever had in front of this committee. Exactly right in. You're right. It's just political theater. They're trying to keep the tension. They cannot. They walk and they will do anything to try to knock down his brand. And to try to do anything. They can to win this next election. And it's going to be an absolute circus what little bit I saw Elijah Cummings was talking about how elections have consequences and the twenty eight team midterm elections were a mandate from the American people, they still refuse to admit or acknowledge that the twenty sixteen presidential election was a mandate of the American people. And this is there. Obama said it when he won election elections have consequences. The consequences when they go the way of the Democrats. It's amazing. And I know that you're not an always Trumper. We've talked about this before Scott, and neither am I although more times than others I side with the president's policies and some of the things that he's done in his two years in office, which have been a pretty miraculous turnaround in the American economy, whether that sustains or not is another question. But the absolute fact of the matter is no matter what the Democrats say or the establishment politicians say in Washington. He is definitely shaken things up. This is one of the reasons I voted for him in two thousand sixteen it wasn't about. I was just absolutely. I don't know taken by his charismatic. You know, Trump wave of of the apprentice kind of mentality. It wasn't that. I believe that he was a savior of the nation. I believe that he was a better. Choice in Hillary Clinton, but you can't ignore. Well, some people can a lot of ninety percent of the mainstream media can ignore some of the accomplishments of this administration. Just two years in. Yes. I think I had very serious concerns, obviously during the election, and I still have some concerns. I think he he among others has been able to make things happen where someone who is a career politician gauges things very differently someone who isn't a career politician who has over the career political ambitions. He's going to do things differently. And and I think he's approach has been very successful. A lot of cases, I still have a concern that our national debt is growing out of control more than twenty two trillion. Well know what? Somebody else we were talking about this talking about the the deficit has exploded under President Trump it doubled during President Obama's term term in eight years. It went it went from ten trillion twenty trillion. So to say again that President Trump is the reason that our deficit or our debt has increased is true. And a friend of mine said you'll never reduce the debt until you address baseline spending in congress. And that's absolutely true. And people blame trope for the debt. Blamed for the exploding debt with congress and they're out of control spending key only approves or vetoes they're spending. They're the ones congress and the house of representatives in particular where all the bills that spend money have to originate here the ones that are out of control with the spending. We are so spending is not fair the federal government so far this year has taken in a record amount. This is even with the tax cuts a record amount of revenue from tax returns. So far this year. Spending more than we're still spending more than that. And that again full squarely on the shoulders of the congress the house and the Senate who refused to address baseline spending who refused to ignore the fact that discretionary spending it's all discretionary spending in Washington DC, and the fact that I go back to the the latest government shutdown and I sat on the air at the time. It's Congress's job to approve funding to keep the federal government going. It's not the president's job. He will either sign or not sign any kind of legislation. They put forth, but it is Congress's job. It's the president's job is commander in chief under the constitution as a chief executive to help keep the American people save it's Congress's job to Levy taxes and approved funding. You're absolutely correct. That a couple of years ago, I had a conversation or tried to have a conversation with congressman Brett Guthrie of my district. He was talking about how he hit voted for a balanced budget Bill that was working its way through the house. And I read the Bill in the Bill was very weak, and it allowed them to borrow whatever money they needed to make the budget balanced. And when I tried to bring that up to him he didn't wanna talk about that. Well, it's amazing too. When you see the leftist move, the socialist move in the democrat party to the far left with some of the new fresh members of the cheerleader smiling cheerleader ignorance as I call Alex Andrea Cortes, an all when they ask about how these proposed bills and legislation is going to get paid for. We'll just ask the Federal Reserve to print more money at the same time. Total chaos anarchy and bloodshed. Shed and starvation is breaking out in countries like Venezuela where they just printed money because of not just because of socialism, but because of. The mass. What what's the word? I'm. Well, the mass inflation, but it's caused by all of this. This absolute malfeasance on the part of the government in what was used to be the richest country in South America, one of the richest countries in the world as far as their reserves in their abilities to create wealth. And this is the same kind of path. We're going to go down really looked at her green deal. The estimated cost without overrun is currently ninety four trillion dollars. It's more. It's more. It's more than the debt of the entire world. Exactly. Exactly. Right. It is greater than the GDP of the entire world. And they don't see that as a problem. To pay for that..
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"Twenty six hundred nineteen Gary Jeff Walker grateful to be alive. After my experiences. Oh, look, we've got a trucker on the line. We got a mother trucker on the line. It's Chris from Westchester. Hello. Chris. How're you? Current evening, gentlemen. How the hell are you alive? Point, you know. No, thanks to the moron in the eighteen Wheeler that tried to kill me last night. Really really try to kill you. I can't think of any other excuse he wasn't going anywhere. Any faster it certainly delayed his trip here? He he just didn't know who would in the car. That's exactly the point. Chris it didn't matter who was in the car. It was the idiot behind the wheel of that big rig who wasn't watching where he was going and claimed I was in his blind spot. If I'd known he had a blind spot stayed the hell out of it. No. Oh, boy, you know, where drivers. I have no idea. Sitting right there by the wheel of the truck. Not the trailer. But the wheel of the truck drive the drive. They can't see you even with those little mirrored on the corners. That is the blind spot. That's that's where he hit me. He hit me with the front of his cab with his front wheel into my door and ground me into a pulp of metal on the side of the road on I seventy one. Yeah. That definitely drive tire was against your car or not in his blind spot. Well, now, the passenger side it was the passenger side. He was on the right that doesn't matter that that miracle. See all the way down at sitting up on the on the corner of the app of the offender in the part of the truck goes that stick out. They can see all the way down the side of the truck. Even on the passenger side. The only little spot is white where the kingdom drives are not the steer steer. You saw you. Well before he hit you. Oh, then he did it on purpose. Unlikely he did it on purpose because he knew who within the car. What's wrong with me? I'm a likable guy. That's what I say. I say the same thing. But it's interesting. I mean, it wasn't it wasn't it wasn't. It wasn't Glenn for Mason, driving the damn truck. Glenn for Mason driving. It was a hillbilly white supremacist. I'm convinced it might have been. Thing is now now did you actually talk to the driver were you able to speak English? Well, yes, he was he was Mark. And all the way as American all away. Well, then there's no excuse because the biggest issue we have in this industry. Now is the fact that you'd be surprised how many people are out here from Yugoslavia he had hair like head hair. Like Bernie Sanders, only it wasn't gray. Does that matter? Kinda. But I mean, I don't understand. I never understood Bernie Sanders looked anyways. I mean, let's be honest. You know dot from back to the future. He could play that role. So great, Scott, exactly. I mean, he. Damn. Talk about something that was really interesting. And hopefully, you know, you are all data of the so-called area in a way because you've worked here for a while. I need to ask a very important. All right. I'm waiting. Okay. I need to know if ineptitude ignorance. And the amazing ability to waste taxpayer dollars is a prerequisite to become a Cincinnati city council member. Or or a Hamilton county commission. I don't know if anywhere politician anywhere. Have you heard the latest on the newest member of the Hamilton county commission. The woman the woman who spent thirteen thousand dollars to beat the incumbent Chris Barnes L. She has she has just filed sexual harassment charges against your other two county. Commissioners Todd who's had one leg in his on chemo and another woman. The other woman, really. Easterhouse? Okay, understand. Why? Okay. That makes sense. I mean, come on. It's be honest. You know, what mean horse? Let's be real exactly broader. Matthew Broderick wants to sleep with you. Why the long face knows? It's never supposed to be bigger than your forehead. At Columbia Parkway every single year. They built it. There's been a landslide on it. They're shut it down on a daily weekly monthly basis and for decades. Now, they've been just cleaning it up. Senate. The mudslides. Yeah. I mean, I figured out now that by all the money, they spent I'm sure the workers lab whoever's in charge of this project love, of course, they do they've got they've got great make work, but you want to buy after twenty years. All the money. They spend just cleaning it up. They could have just redone it, right? The first time to where there's no more landslides. You would think I don't get that one because it was just opened up and the clock back down again. Well, they're fighting mother nature mother nature fighting gravity which. Have you look at the wall the law? On a mountain. Find out. Maybe President Trump should maybe President Trump should build the wall on Columbia Parkway. Mount everest. It makes no sense. When you drive by like tell me site. Taller than the wall. Right. I don't get that. Well, how many four wheeled vehicles have you plowed into on your travels? Chris I never I've been doing this for forty years and have got over four million miles. And I've never hit anybody or anything stupid because this is what I love to do. I actually love to get paid to crisscross the country and this people off. Well, you know, what you failed in in doing that to us. So why is he tried me? You guys get me. That's all Chris. Thank you so much. You gotta you gotta have a good night j and Chris great every time he calls. He's got his head on fire about something off as a thousand miles an hour. Man. I think he's still has some of the old blacks and goals from forty years ago when he started driving that truck you accused him one time off the ear of doing meth or something he should so fast. All the time. I know that these living life had a thousand miles an hour. Maybe it's just natural. Have you ever considered lifelike that you would've killed myself long ago person who tried to kill yourself on numerous occasions with chemical subject because I couldn't get slow enough? Trying to go slower. Going fast. I just couldn't I couldn't do it seems like you picked up the pace a little bit since you're off the H and all the rest of that stuff. I am a little faster than I was then. Yeah. Jason do you have any do you have any tales of of non sobriety? And and drug use you'd like to share or prison terms by j you know, the reality of it is Jay, and I are opposite book ends of life. So, unfortunately, Gary, Jeff, I have none of those types of tales. I would say fortunately, fortunately, yes. You might be more interesting. If you did have those tales, but better for you. He can tell you about making some food though. Yeah. Yeah. Well, yeah. I'm I'm a fast got some pretty good smokin meets type story. Let's do food talk after news. Okay. Coach Luis on the line coach Lou please hang on. Because I want to talk to you. And thank you on air John for Middletown. Dick from Dayton, imagine. That dick calling my program. Dick calling every program. Everybody loves dick. Everybody loves dick news now seven you snorted seven hundred.
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"Myself on television. That'll put me to sleep. Welcome back. Ken Bruin for Gary. Jeff Walker on this soon to be rainy Tuesday night into Wednesday. But have no fear. You'll be fine. It's the snow later on Wednesday got to worry about. Well. It's January in Cincinnati. Come on talking about this Cup cat situation all night and just just the various levels that are involved here. And how it's it's something that probably just the whole situation. Probably just disintegrated on these kids in a blink of an eye and. When things like that. I just think about you. If you've ever been in a situation like that. What do you how do you handle it? And particularly when you're that age. How do you handle it when there are people of different? Nationalities. Ethnicities obviously religions coming at you from a number of different angles and. You know, you're waiting for a bus to go home. And I'll tell you the the the kid that's at the center of all of this is I I'm sorry. He was stoic. And if my son was sixteen years old and was placed in that situation. I would be damn proud of him. And I as I said many times tonight, I feel like that school, and the people running that school, and the parents of the kids at that school have to feel like they're on an island tonight. They're getting little support from there. No support from the archdiocese and the mayor of that town has cut and run from them. So you know, what the stoicism of that kid may be the blueprint for how Cup CAF gets through the school will be open tomorrow. Which tells me that the Kenton county sheriff's department and the coveting police have pretty good handle on what's going to be going on tomorrow. So if you're the parent of a student there, I would feel like your kid is going to be okay. Tomorrow seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred on AT and T here. Now in the great city of Hamilton is Tom Tom, welcome to the show. How are you? Good. How you doin man? It's a gorgeous night great night to be alive. I know I know you're invigorated. Turn.
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"Peter's joins us again into the new year. I two bulldog barks before midnight or twenty nineteen and as much as the counter has changed things in Washington. Shirley, have not first off I off bulldog. We called it tedious for the first two years of President Trump's presidency, Trump derangement syndrome, and it's been everywhere the mainstream media, the Democrats, especially the far left the social democrat and the Washington establishment status quo. They're just crazy because this man is president and outsider who is a businessman who has in spite of all of their efforts achieved some great successes in his first two years in office. But now, there's a brand new syndrome. You you wanna know what it is? What is it's b I t s because because it's Trump syndrome, and the Democrats have shown this at with obviousness to anyone that is paying. Attention in American. Fortunately, or rather, unfortunately, our attention spans aren't too damn long. But the same people who voted voted for border security border fencing are now refusing it because it's Trump not because of any other legitimate reason that they would have cited before because they didn't cite it when they were voting for it. And now they're not voting for it. Because it's Trump. It's b I t s because it's Trump syndrome. What do you think of that? Sounds good. You know, Gary Jeff Walker one of the things that I think your listeners will appreciate as a comparison is is politicians are the worst people in the world, and they they will say stop do things. And and and and it's it's as if they never said, it those quotes about the wall and border security that have been spoken to pass by Schumer Pelosi Hillary and Barack Obama. I mean, it's just fact and I was thinking today Gary Jeff Walker. One of the beautiful things. And by the way, the jury trial is not perfect or the great thing about the way. We try cases is the witness would be in the stand humor sitting there in African witness stand jury over here, and you get the freaking question and cross examining. And you put the heat on. I want to show you Mr. Schumer up here on the video screen. This is what you said, it isn't a true. That's what you said is unlike in the political arena. Says Mr. Schumer answer the question, and the jury is to sit there and look at it. Hey, look, like, a complete fool or be listening to whatever you try to explain it away cheery.
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"Kahlo Gary Jeff Walker in for Bill Cunningham live with you on a Sunday night across the nation. One eight six six six four seven seven three three seven. I'm going to take a couple of these calls folks have been nice and patient to wait on the line. See what you have to say Mark in Ohio. How are you? Hello, Mark in Ohio. How are you doing? Great. Just got on the delay. Hit me there. Hey, listen, twenty nine you know, there's a saying the speak truth to power. I think we need to speak truth to the propagandized in two thousand nineteen because it's going to be the four hundred anniversary of slaves coming to America. They're going to tie that in with Trump somehow, it's like four hundred years of racism, you know, we've got to end it with Trump bunk. We were we were the second country in world history to abolish slavery, a lot of people don't realize that a lot of people don't realize that these so-called black groups like our black defense groups like black lives matter. Never talk about four hundred thousand black babies aborted every year. You know, there's always a catch with these people. They never tell the whole story, and they get people all riled up. And they forget about the accomplishments accomplishments. This nation has made. We're not perfect. But I tell you what if we don't start speaking the truth doesn't. Start getting out there to these propagandized emotionally worked up people the fighting's going to only get worse. Well, plus, they focused on things that really have no bearing on most people's lives when you're talking about the agenda and it spreads to our elected representatives. Who again as I mentioned at the top of the show are simply not doing their job. And I certainly they will continue to not do their job. And they'll focus a nonsense issues when people call himself progressives. And you talk about looking back at four hundred years of slavery or the oppression of inequality for women in the workplace. They don't sound very progressive to me because they keep looking back there regressive regress. We are. We are at a point in this nation as you mentioned. We're not perfect. No human constructed government will ever be perfect. This is the system that gives more people a chance to be more responsible and have more opportunity than any other system of government on the face of the earth. And when we grab a hold of that and realize that instead focusing on that that's when we'll really move forward. Mark, exactly. And they don't want to focus on the fact, you can make it if you put your nose to the grindstone this country, you know, and people outside of this country know that, and that's why they wanna come here, you know, and I don't mean to keep talking about the slavery thing, but they're gonna also they'll never quit trying to take our guns away. Because that's the first thing that happened to the Jews in Nazi Germany, the guns were taken away after that everything was essentially hate to say it. But it's true every totalitarian government ever the first move. They've made is to disarm the citizenry. Exactly. And the thing they need to remember is slaves couldn't own guns. That's why they were slaves. Very simple. Good point. All right, Mark. Thank you very much for your time. Happy new year, thanks for chiming in and Jane in Nevada just on the topic that we were discussing before the break was Scott Balan and the smoking and tobacco issues. Hello, jane. Hi, talk to me. I wanna say. That people have been smoking beginning of time. And then there's another faction of people that have always tried to make him stop smoking and people right to smoke, even the ones that are quit over the years. And then these busy bodies always try to boss them around. And I've been smoking since I was six years old. And today's my birthday, I'm seventy three and I am never sick. And even I get my physical. My lungs are good. Everything is good. And I smoke all the time. God bless you are an aberration. Jane, you're not the normal person. By parents, folks. So we sell their cigarettes, and you started smoking at age six. And that hundred and twelve year old man decided in the United States. The oldest living veteran smoking cigars and whisking see pieces on. We have boss other people around, and I think they need to mind their own business. Jane, I appreciate your telephone call. And I don't mean to boss you around. But I need to move on is it. Okay. I had I enjoyed it. Thank you very much. What Mark spoke to about the American dream. And why this is not a perfect country. It's at a perfect system. No system. Our country is no form of government is. But it's the most perfect this Republic of ours. And we still have a chance to save it our guest in the studio is a perfect example of the American dream. He's gonna look at me in a minute ago. What? But it's true. In this country today, even today with all of the obstacles that are put up in front of us mostly by government, and bureaucracies and people trying to boss us around those who believe in the nanny state. Well, this is a great country. Because no matter where you are no matter where you were born no matter what color your skin is. No matter what religion you were born into you still have the chance to do wonderful things. You have the opportunities that people in third world countries would dream. I mean, it would be like the ultimate dream just to have the opportunity now with the opportunity does not come immediate success and fortune doesn't come with equal outcomes. But you have the opportunity I have the opportunity to make anything we want to ourselves in this country. When we lose that. We've lost everything. The person joining me in the studio tonight. Gary Jeff from the Bill Cunningham show coast to coast person joining me in the studio. Was severely addicted to alcohol to drugs. Probably almost killed himself a thirteen or fourteen times which jail at one time was up on federal prison charges literally he had run his life into the ground. Somehow. He saw the light. And for thirteen years, clean and sober. He is a perfect example of the American dream. If you set your mind to something in this country, you have a chance to become anything you want to become from where you've come. So my friend J Armstrong went from being a drug addict an alcoholic and a criminal to now today successfully working in a vape shop, we'll talk with Scott Balan a few minutes ago. We'll talk a little bit with Jay about alternatives to cigarette smoking. And there are some out there. Very viable ones. But he's a stand up comedian. He's a father is a family. He has a home. He was homeless at one time because you know, what Jay Armstrong made the decision. You know, I still have a chance to do this because this is America and America is a country. Thank God gives us all second chances. How many second chances have you had in your life? Have I had in my life. Jay took his second chance. And because he's in a country that allows it and gave him the opportunity once he dug himself out of that hole to become anything. He wanted to and something much different than what he wants before same guy different outcome because of the great opportunity the America lens to each one of its citizens. And this is an important thing. We'll talk to Jane just a moment right now. Chris and New York. How are you? I'm good light. While you're doing a good job, Jerry. We'll thanks. I I guess I better they're paying me for it. I think. Well, the first thing I want to say is re in regards to your your discussion on on cigarettes nicotine and whatnot. Is it? If the government didn't really want people to get into these things, they would be putting a episodes of this stuff on public TV and on the you know, the little kitty shows they play in the morning. So so what kind of episodes are you suggesting the government put on Chris? Well, they would. It's not very hard to to detect that you get into trouble. When you're smoking cigarettes and drinking alcohol and all this stuff. But they don't they don't put any of that stuff on the little kitty shows on public TV. But but the the main thing I wanted to talk to you about this. I was very very impressed with your beginning on the borders that I think we've got to protect our borders because it, but let's talk about the country is if it was a house if you woke up in the morning and the doors were off your house, the first thing you would do is to put some doors back on your house. So the first thing that I know Chris the first thing I would do would go look for my cat because I know he's gotten outside. But yeah, put the doors back on your house. Absolutely. Yeah. And then the next thing that you were talking about after he got the doors back on the house. If you if you were studying, your finances, and you saw your. Going into debt you say, I'm I don't want to go into debt anymore. So I think that the the most basic message, I can broadcast to people tonight is think of the country is if it's your house and drink would you like the house without any doors on it? And it's and would you think if you're going into jewelry at your checkbook, golly did the debt would you? Would you want to be going into debt? That's my message, Gary. All right. Thank thank you very much, Chris and thank you for tuning in and happy new year to you. We'll come back, and we'll talk to Jay Armstrong and more of your phone calls. 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"gary jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Fans attackers fans ice like, oh, what a piece of crap bandwagon. But now. Like twelve years old. We I don't like people who are fans who are legitimate fans. I don't mean like people who are doing it a stick. But like people who were like hardcore Steelers fans are like hardcore patriots fans like move to that city and be a fan or just quit being a fan of football right now until you get to a team that you like. Make any sense to me at all. Yeah. Steelers fans living Kenwood or wildland. It's like what's the matter with? You know? Like, you know, who's a great woman the lady down the street. Not you. Okay. That's somewhat different. Jay, you're telling me that because I'm a chief's fan. Now. I've gotta move to Kansas City for a frigging football team. Are you serious? But it's okay. Thank thank you. Thank you. Alex. I appreciate it. I will admit to being a Patrick Mahomes fan, and I was actually a Patrick Mahomes fan long before Gary Jeff Walker jumped on his bandwagon, homey. And. I like. He really is. Like, I think he's an expert Tom Brady. But right now, I still think he's young. He's gonna make bad decisions for a couple of years. Young team. There are a few really is. And they're not even really gelled together yet. And when they do, and I've said I said this is the beginning of the season that will be a dynasty. Well. Well, you got shrouded healthy. He's probably my favorite player on the team barricade. Yeah. Yeah..
"gary jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Missionary. I'm Gary Jeff Walker and by the way. Wasn't that murder? The what's up with that wasn't a murdered. Yeah. When you go willingly to a restricted island that the Indian government has said do not come within three miles of the people are dangerous on contacted and are a culture that is preserved. Meaning from an anthropology standpoint. We don't go in there and mess with that as or try to as little as possible like the people that live in del go in there. Don't leave him outside of Chicago yet. If you go to this outside of Chicago on a Saturday night in your white, guess what you're going to get killed and you're gonna get buried, and it's your own fault. I'm stupid, you're stupid, and we should be breeding. If you're stupid. So if you're there, and you're stupid don't blame us when you get hit with bows and arrows and sank new. Roy brown. He knew that. This was a possibility. He wrote about it. He expressed it to his parents. He and his parents have said, you know, the things that don't take them up. Right, right. The Fisher took him to the island are all in custody right now. How about the ones who did the murder? Well, no because they're part of this island culture reactions that have you know, the Sengalese killed this guy. No one saying the murder. You gotta go there and somebody. I'll go there with a citizens arrest. We don't even know how to speak their language because no one's made contact enough in the past actually languages. Yeah. Laid out on culture. They can do whatever the.
"gary jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Vegetables, stay away from Sony starches torturing too much doctrine, and try burst or whatever. She's she's all about the salad. She taught me to be all about the salad. Now, you got a field greens. Which is fine. May maybe you get yourself some iceberg lettuce. Which is I mean, that's like a steakhouse thing with the iceberg lettuce. Right. And what I mean by that is they'll give you like a half a wedge that with some blue cheese, the bacon bits, and I get like a big piece alike. Ridi- was walking a while ago. Got dry age when they were it down. And maybe a head of broccoli. That's what I mean. That's really where I get my iceberg lettuce. But now, I gotta be worried about the romaine. Here's the thing. Friday may have a different story to tell because my plan is this I already ate the first head, and I'm okay now, maybe I'm cheating death. Maybe I'm playing roulette of Russian roulette with the lettuce. I don't know for sure. But I I may not take it to other people's houses. But I think I might have to use the lettuce. I have I feel bad throwing it out. I mean, every three months, it seems once a quarter you hear a story about some tainted water some irrigation issue from somewhere, they don't even know where the lettuce game from. They don't know why it's bad. They're like. Anywhere in the United States Strobl. Let us out. Maybe sticking to the starches might actually be a good plan. Now that I think about it happy thanksgiving to you wherever you're going be safe on the road will come back give you a chance to sound off a little bit more with some holiday stuff. We'll talk to Kevin car one of the guys that movies dot com. But which we're checking out the movies as well. As maybe what his meal plan is former competitive eater. You know, he's gonna throw down at the house a car into hopefully, you are to wherever you are hopefully, not having to go to many places, and we'll get into the idea of at your place for somebody else's place. There's lots to do I'm here till midnight. In for Gary Jeff Walker on the nightcap, it sterling here with your nine hundred reports straightaway mattress has that Kevin car is next with sterling seven hundred wwl w. Traffic and weather. News Radio seven hundred w ELL Cincinnati. The death toll rises again. This is the nine thirty report. I'm Matt Reese breaking now, the number of people killed from the fire in northern California has now risen.
"gary jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And get ready for the work day. It's the nightcap. Great be with you. Gary Jeff Walker on this Wednesday night November fourteenth two thousand eighteen. Countdown on towards thanksgiving. Lots to be grateful for lots to give thanks for number one sucking air above ground. Dave Keating producer brought up an interesting imponderable earlier. He said out of the blue. And this was just like the weirdest thing. Anybody is said to me all day, and I work at a bar. So people say weird things to me all day. But this is the weirdest thing that anybody said to me all day said how long after you're dead in in the ground. Does illegal exclamation or grave robbery become archaeology? As you mentioned. It was thousands of years before king Tut's tomb was opened and rated, but it was considered a study of archaeology. It was scientific it was looking for artifacts. And trying to find out something about the history of the ancient Egyptians and open up that world to the rest of us. But it made me question. The psyche of Dave Keaton when he asked me this question out of the blue and he said, oh, I just saw it on the online. I just saw it online. He was out of the blue. We were talking about Russell run Simmons. You said I was old like him. And I needed to be in a museum. Fifty-seven? He's fifty four Dave Keaton. Thanks, that's old..
"gary jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"On at and t is a free call gary jeff walker and i say that we are sperm lucky to be born here in this country and by god we ought to show it to show the gratitude hello dana and chevy how you doing yeah i'm lucky to be born in the mid west i'll tell you that much you know but i know people you go places and you hear people talk you say all i wish i lived in canada because drug prices are cheaper and they want to go live and dubai they think is great in greater and i tell them i said look you don't have a constitution in them countries and you know you look at shanghai and all the glitter and many deign many of those countries have constitutions they just aren't worth the paper they're printed on that's the problem thank you for the phone call and david harrison hello good evening sir how are you good yeah welcome back thanks what do you think on this topic dave well in orlando florida kane and climate treaty to escape an alligator while swimming in the creek was rescued by deputies shot the reptile rifle it don't say the reptile was you know probably alligator but i mean we can't be sure about this but it ain't right do you think that young man and the tree was thankful for that officer i really don't know i haven't interviewed him but we'll try and look him up thanks phone call so another topic i was gonna tackle tonight i was thinking about this because i have this conversation all the time with people about how news has evolved or devolved in this not just because i'm getting older well you're just old you don't understand you don't understand blackeyed peas you don't understand that like the robots and stuff you're just told you don't get i get bruno mars absolutely i get ed sheeran sure there is some good music being made today but by volume compared to years past we'll get into that just a moment natan indie hello you're on the nightcap on seven hundred wwl w what's up gary jeff just talking about gratitude and how we ought to express it more often than we do as a country yeah dollars so there's so many ways i can go and there's there's so much time i can take this on this topic i know you guys are gonna have to tell diamond blocked my damn number because this is the third time i've called talk you guys that's a perfect example you know we we we live in a country where you know we could well from the fcc and we can say what we want and how we feel and express everything and you know we have everything within reach obviously based on your financial status your self responsibility but you know i i spent eight years in the navy and why did my first deployment i was east hats station in stationed in virginia all right beach and my first deployment we've crossed the equator i got my show back that it was awesome and we got to africa and we had a stop in pronounced djibouti we had to stop and senegal and then you know we went through the suez canal is absolutely beautiful absolutely beautiful area it was very very poor now i say it's very poor our standards but you know when ross floating by what i'm floating by coast i'm fifty yards off the coast and i'm just an all struck you know watching the countryside and all these people are living their lives when you see someone and if there's any other sailors listening calling back me up on this that have been been to senegal or judy back me up on this when you're going by the coastline and you see a wine of of huntsman chowdhry woman that you've got in this order restroom engine water and then doing their laundry in the water and then bathing in the water in.
"gary jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Three it is the nightcap seven hundred wwl w gary jeff walker some big supreme court decisions this week skoda's met for the last round of cases of five to four decision in in favor of president trump's travel ban three point oh a five four decision in favor of right to work in this country those are really really telling decisions and the reason many of us voted for this president to get somebody like neil gorsuch a constitutional textualist and originalist on that bench so those were huge decisions right dog very very much so when when when you think about this travel ban and the traditional history thereby understand the president has had an incredible executive authority when it comes to our borders and immigration policy and for these district judges these liberal district judges to snatch that away from him and the office has been absurd and for him to gotten back back i i don't know about you gary jeff but i i i like simplicity simplicity is always the best radio simplicity is always the best law simplicity is always the best argument and i just feel safer tonight i feel like the fact that our president and his immigration policy and the travel ban from those countries makes us all safer tomorrow the next day and the day after that well to argue that this was an anti muslim travel ban based on donald trump's rhetoric on the campaign trail number one not not good law and the supreme court ruled they're very well put and the fact there were fifty six majority muslim countries that weren't on the list say say say everything you need to know about this this this wasn't an anti muslim travel ban it was a travel ban against countries that don't have real governments has the most muslims of any place in the world and guess what they're not on the travel ban.
"gary jeff walker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Time now for the bulldog barks before midnight would meet gary jeff walker and him eric the bulldog of the law firm on the nightcap on seven hundred w l w good evening dog how are you i'm doing great buddy are you doing i gotta tell you some back in twenty twenty nine you gave me an opportunity to work at your restaurant you had out in independence and i remember the first time ever walked into your law there in independence in your actual office and i remember seeing volume after volume after volume of medical journals on your walls and i remember thinking of the time why god this guy really has to do his homework i was just i was just remembering that earlier today when i knew i was going to talk to you i just wanted to ask you the law is not just about reading all of the the legal decisions but it's all the ins and outs of everything that you have to cover when you're when you're practicing law i just amazed me to see the volume after volume of all these medical journals and i'm sure many of them you had read so you'd be prepared for a case or whatever whatever the situation was but just to have to be so well versed in so many different topics for that one thing people always ask me gary jeff how do you know so much about so much i said i know a little about a lot but not to that extent though dog i mean well i want you to know that it's one of those things that every case this is very interesting every case there's two parallel things that are going on on any lawsuit or trial there's the law that applies to this tax and you got you got a case that involves construction you can't present that case unless you learn a little bit about construction if you present a case that's medical malpractice you can't present that case unless you know for example the spine case you better know what stenosis means you know what the forum in me is you need to know what a vertebrae is you need to know medical facts construction facts and so it's important i mean the more you know about anything makes you a better radio talk show host analytics yeah and in your case i guess at times both but yeah anyway dog how freaked out is the democratic national committee you know they were going to have this big blue wave they've got a socialist who's never run before in her life twenty eight years old who has upset this ten time congressman in new york and the primary yesterday you've got maxine waters running amok you know what would maxine wired maxine waters speak about going after trump staffers or anybody who's a trump supporter in restaurants at gasoline stations anywhere they are in public and they should not have any rest i thought to myself how much is the republican national committee paying her right i mean her her comments i just a couple of parallel things that are going on this whole all everything can happen with her inciting violence is i mean it's just cannot kill him in middle america it's going to be one of those things that east coast west coast middle america doesn't like that and then the other parallel issue that that's going along with that is how far laugh the party's going in general that crowley guy new york just got d bye thinks there should be free college free healthcare free everything i mean it's a bernie sanders party baby and and crowley was one of president trump's most outs in fact he was in line maybe to be the next speaker of the house if the democrats representatives so this is a guy that the dams were counting on to lead the charge and now the whole paradigm has shifted with alexandria what is it austria cortez i i can't remember her name.