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"glenn list" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
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That's the perfect balance of hard seltzer and quality ingredients rise above your expectations and reach for real founders brewing born and brewed in michigan since nineteen ninety-seven. Okay over on the phone. Now where people that have randomly met celebrities and they're going to tell us stories. I don't know if they're good or bad. Do we want to roll dice. Ashley in arkansas. You're on the bobby bones. Show thank you for calling. what's going on. Hi bobby so like. I said on from arkansas and i nanny for a family while i was in college and we re. Lax and guy in front of me at starbucks started talking to little girl that i was nanny for telling her how much they look alike his daughter and this little girl so he's in precedes to ask me how old she is in the peace ever been. That's cool so i was really shocked and he ended up buying my starbucks. But i really wish. I would've said like hey if you need a nanny. Here's my phone would you. Would you have moved to nashville to nanny for keith. Urban absolutely college. Have you know yeah. I'm from arkansas. I'm probably come through my town a lot and there's not much in my hometown so that's pretty cool story. I will double vouch. That keats an extremely nice guy. Just a good dude never had never had a bad moment with them and had a bunch of moments with them so well thank you for that story ashley. Appreciate that have a good day. Guys can hit us up. Eight seven seven seventy seven. Bobby eddie watch coming to america which is coming to america number. Two what you think about it. It's a waste of time. It is on amazon prime amazon prime. It's free but you know what. I just thought that the first one was so funny but again i was like probably ten years old when i watched it and as i watched the new one. I'm thinking like well. My tenure would probably like this one too. that's probably why had so much hype behind it but bones. It's it's it's cheesy. It's not that good. And the whole time i kept thinking like man eddie. Murphy must've gotten paid a bunch of money to do this. Because i don't see why he would wanna sign on to do this. Do you feel like it. Runs the one at all. No the first one. It's just nostalgic amy. I've watched my husband. Had it on. But i didn't i was i'd never felt drawn into sit down and actually watch it. Yeah i'm same with eddie on it. I didn't get it really what was happening. But i don't think it ruins the first one at all in fact it made me want to go back and just watch the first one and enjoy it. I do have the top streaming shows right now like period over the last month. I like to hear the top one. Seven to see if i watch them. You have seen number one. There's only one show that has over a billion street Hours oh wow last month spent what is it you watch us. Remember what all. I watched giving only one show has over a billion minutes. Viewed is based in minutes an hour. It's a new show hotel firefly lane. Oh yeah love that one so good. That was a number one show last month over a billion. Now that's crazy let's katherine heigl right. Yeah it's about long friends. Her and her best friend. But i love the way. They covered it over the decades so the show would go back and forth. Sometimes you were in the seventies. Sometimes the eighties. Sometimes you in the present day but it just showed like what true friendship can look like and how someone can be there for you your whole life long friends. Yes which made no sense whatsoever. Number two is bridgeton at six hundred fifty nine million minutes viewed which is a show. Raymundo watched hard pass and number. Three is wanda vision on disney. Plus years allen still have a watched final episode yet. We've been trying to catch up on a lot of other things but one vision. I think we're gonna watch that tonight. Loved one division The crown at four longmire at five on even know what that is not seen the cover but never watched it. Watch it guys because so many people talk about. I don't know what it is cycle western. I think the. I'm good or maybe it's like a kind of western show. Yeah it eight percent rotten tomatoes. It's an american modern western crime drama. That premiered on june third. Two thousand twelve and eighty network. Oh so. I wonder if they just brought it over to netflix cobra. Kyw's at six. You like that one yeah. I'm on season three right now. It's extremely cheesy. But it's pretty good. Great british baking show go dog go fate the wing saga and blown away. The top tank shows. They're a weird thing about the office. Now i still watch it every night. But i watch it on. Peacock is that peacock doesn't shut off automatically. And i forget how much. I like netflix. Shutting off automatically because the officers runs all night. now. And then. I wake up. And i'm seven episodes later netflix. It go about three. You still there. And i wasn't and it would shut down but peacock has the new punky brewster. Show what there's a new one. That's what i said. She's an adult now really. Yeah so we haven't watched any of it but if you're born in the eighties was you probably remember punky brewster from being a kid Let's go over and talk to rose and delaware. Who's on the phone. Hey rose you're on the bobby bones show. Did you pay good morning. How are you Just wanted to tell you a story. When i met rod stewart and nineteen seventy seven nine hundred eighty and he picked up soccer balls. I caught one some drunk. Took it from me through me over the railing security guard. Cain gave me the ball back. Rod stewart solid came over to me brought the whole band dover signed my ball and the whole band and i still have it today. Wonderful how did you have that song. Go right i'll be like. Can you give me some darius. We don't have anywhere forever. Young rod stewart ready to go better. Hey thank you for that call. That's pretty cool. Let's go over and talk to rob and austin texas. Hey robby on the bobby bones show. What celebrity did you meet. Take morning studio moran Well probably the most memorable out. Is that a lot of extra double work on on sets and most memorable wars. I'm sitting down having lunch and all of a sudden from behind that here voice. So are the middle's good son. And i look up and it's glenn list and i said yes sir they are. He said you might now. We'll have lunch together. So i sit and had lunch with him and it was a great experience. Got pictures with the guy. He's probably the nicest man him. And patrick swayze ever met in hollywood but i loved it. That's pretty cool that you had lunch with clint eastwood and he wanted about the bills. Yeah he's quite quite Quite the guy. He's really cool. Cool.
"glenn list" Discussed on Ufiltreret
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"glenn list" Discussed on Inspiration Nation
"With contour the history of disease when it was first recorded the holy holy political nature of air and then we wanted to a couple of hours bits for the people listening. They don't get the name Roland bothering the person who is kind of the first person to start to see William Liam Dafa. I think I'm starting at seven. Roy You gotta you gotTa get it. Yeah that those wild tripped and like the one who can kerr. Who encouraged me to become an expert on the whole subject for my own personal Sandy he was that fans that same family doctor diagnosed me. I remember still not known what was going on. I rode into her office in my wheelchair. And she was there at the copy machine making copy after copy after copy and she handed me. This is like Three quarter inch thick packing papers and she said here incident in your best interest to become an expert and I hadn't even talk to her about this subject yet until I followed her in her office. And that's home tick borne illness shoe drop. So she's the one on who encouraged me to learn about the subject in in to arm myself because like you said very deep political nature so my research started there was already a pretty good research on my own Knowing how to I've always always been somebody to try to find personal truce. I did start there. It took a number of years honestly of sorting reading through the medical editor. Going back to the origins of when these things were first discovered in it was in the mid had sixty s Through the seventy s when people in the East Coast started developing symptoms. So a great deal of medical research starts done and then Action Live Dot Org which is a chemical A retired Chemical Glenn List for Pfizer. WHO's a whistle blower for the whole lime disease epidemic? I spent a lot of time researching there and like you. He said I wrote a great deal of my book through the origins. And how the disease morphed into into what it is today. So it's I guess it's about fifty years old to the time that we're talking now and I looked to readers through where I started where it was first identified the medical community and how they were dealing within I five ten fifteen twenty years that pedantic versus how it is today and there's a stark night day contrast I Tuna disease in that time period and POWs originally being thought of as a chronic chronic debilitating illness could imitate a wide variety of physical symptoms. And then as the timeline on specifically in the mid nineties it became a a more politicized issue with vaccine agenda and that translated into a pooling part different components to the testing that were specific for vaccines. It's an odd conversation but it actually. It poked holes in the testing so that the testing became more fraudulent and and difficult to interpret for the average patient and doctor. So that that's a bit of the history regarding how the disease transformed into what it is today and then the actual scientists involvement like you mentioned about a bird door for a number of pages on the the biowarfare program. Oh Graham and how. The situation through history We feel far disconnected from Rwandan world. World War Two Right now but during that time period virtually every nation on the continent was trying in to figure out what his novel ways of killing or disabling the enemy and that was one of the things that United States is is involved in where we had on the heels of the Nazis Russia Japan remember Pearl Harbor and the different things to Japan was working on while the US had that same competitive mindset when it came to biologicals logical in one of the things that they were. Fiddling list was the insect delivery of biologicals Brush in in Germany and Japan in particular they were. They were toying with Clegg and different types of malaria's and thanks to not necessarily always kill the enemy but they found that you could actually tie up. More more soldiers and servicemen and women doctors. If you could disable the enemy it would take three to five people off the field versus. He'd kill somebody and they just get buried in there. They're gone so that was willing to break. Willie Willie Bergdorf for was us. Scientists use originally from Switzerland but that was his specialty. Then I have pictures of them in the book so we know that he was doing doing it. He was in the nineteen fifties stationed at Plum Island and I think he was stationed in for Dietrich actually but Colombian and also did this type of work where they would infect they would literally inject ticks inject and feet deep mosquitoes on disease agents and they were meant for a military type of outlet in the field so Willy Bergdorf appears to be the actual beginnings of the tick borne illness outbreak which started started on the East Coast here. It's a while so I put all the arrows point to that being Ground Zero for the tick-borne Hornos as you said. This is a fight to the book of Him. Literally do. Initially we've taken with a needle you say showing this was exactly what was being looked high. Aw Yeah like I said it's wild. It's he got a pinch yourself because it feels like it's out of a science fiction novel but if you if you truly take yourself back in history to it all the nations were doing at that time period it was a fearful time you know nuclear the weapons had just been being identified Like I said we had the timing and Pearl Harbor and I remember if you look back. You'll see many families. Were trying to construct bomb shelters just on a family by family basis so as a fearful time arm on an economy makes sense that they were exploring these and he thinks that's that's a direct link. That's way these takes the AW. Aw Stall T to was Simpson's into public of coined of escape for more liberal elites released from these testing. Yes I from my research. I have not a shadow of doubt in my mind. Like you said you gotTa Pinch yourself to to to to come to that realization but like you said we have the pictures we have the there are a number of actual tool published research. tapers from Door for where he said. I'm injecting ticks with Parrilla. Which is the type that causes lime disease? I'm injecting ticks with These different for disease agents and only were they injecting the ticks wisdom was they were trying to identify. Ways of mass infection of these sex wasn't just one or two you know as hundreds thousands of farm raised just insects detailer injecting about with just one disease. Because it's it's very rarely. That patient actually just gets lime disease. It's as I live disease. It's malaria like organisms. Excuse me for BBC would. I was diagnosed with different types of recaps here. Uh that the medical system is just now fifty years later coming to acknowledge some of these. Different things Bartonella some different types of viruses that There are tropical kinda outside the beaten past of science in medicine but for them. All this cocktail to be found in these ticks which don't necessarily The the deer tick doesn't necessarily originate in that area. It's all just too weird to Out of place cannot be connected with the the biowarfare element shadow of doubt in my mind and also Chris Newby the science straighter. WHO's Sushi newest the film under our skin? She did a lot of research on the aspect in recently wrote a book in. I think now this time period. It's actually becoming more common knowledge To a degree that this is the origin of Elsa tick-borne issues Not only night states but also as spreads of becoming a worldwide ish you as well. I'm not snoop where it said that about the decline of the spirit of it from its initial clause place out and like you said these days is caught soul. But it's not outside. I saw it three hundred possibility and the other bit stuck out. Give me on my Fiat. This right in my understanding of region because there was a lot of blowing stuff in the first chapter to the book but is the current situation. Now the difficulty to tested. and not you said divorce free standardization made it almost impossible to diagnose east east view the eight the government wants to see what the long term effects all which is why not so keen to diagnose and treat people for it. If I understood listed that right I wrote about that that there's actual You have to to understand understand the disease epidemic. In how political systems handle disease epidemic. You have to almost getting in the mind of somebody that does that job. And I'm glad that you brought that point out for them when you have in because diseases can create economic and political issues Pretty quickly especially when they're emerging diseases and that's outside of the whole by lower fare system. That's just basic economics you know if you have a number of people that are disabled in a certain area it may affect the tourism can affect business so one of the things that the the CDC in also the background to CDC. It's called the epidemic intelligence service. What they do is they actually like like We saw this with the The Beginnings of AIDS epidemic is. They have it's almost a natural experiment. Airman where they like to fully understand the disease before they necessarily work on treating it effectively effectively and with the tick borne illnesses even a degree further than that. Because of the connections to the biowarfare program program where we're like I said there were fifty years deep now where it's pretty much being untreated. You know the cute are being treated with the long term effects that it's Caesar or a nonstarter and the reason for that is that natural. Show history that natural experiment enables them to pursue vaccine development which if they can pursue and identify identify a vaccine. That's the better solution because you can effectively cure the problem but so far in the past fifty years. We haven't haven't had any effective curative vaccine. So patients doctors continued to scramble for a way of actually it treating this social political economic epidemics that were in the middle of wait chicken like you said they some kind of like with the view on the weaponization bay in is some people look at sort of thing and it was a conspiracy theory lens so but I think he's h wage league knowledge that this is you know they think papers published showing that this is exactly what governments have done before where they have given people. Placebo Sri its own poll. Because they want to see how the how the treatment I'm thinking you've ignored it with this or something else speculate. Then you know that's no locking spiracy thing that's out there. In fact you're in the pipe had been released around on the fact yes The the one that you're referring turn to is to Tuskegee experiments and that was something that It was it was very on the Centers for Disease Control. It was National Institute of Health and a number of different other well-known medical organizations that were involved in this type type experiment with syphilis and it was a racially biased situations. Well we're these African American migrant workers. There were enrolled in these trials where they effectively studied the natural course of simplisafe's and the idea was that it would effectively Educate them on vaccine development so even with syphilis how it affected servicemen and women in the US army and the armed forces. They wanted to understand understand vaccine development. How'd affected the military? Because that's the number one goal in any civilized country is too I understand how disease effect the armed forces in this gives them a way to unfortunately I may. It's very sad. But like you said is documented that they followed and this wasn't just a a one year five year ten year. Your study. This was thirty four years. This went on and it would probably still be going to this day. If it wasn't for whistleblowers in news journalists who glow it up and I think when you would you know this is it makes it fall outside the realm of the possibility that if it happened once exact same thing could happen again. I think you said quite possibly people right now suffering because of the because because of the difficulties engaged diagnosed in the first place. Yes yes in like you said we've got we've got the pictures pictures. We have the published documentation of Willie Bergdorf role. We have the the cocktail of different diseases. That are you're that are inside these ticks the displacement of the actual tick species than how that's a run rampant Sushi just way.
"glenn list" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Glenn Kirshner was in the courtroom last week when that case was argued and Jill wine. Banks is with us a former assistant Watergate special prosecutor, and MSNBC, Glenn list, who is. Surprised by none of these developments because she's seen it all before cars Mannheim's. I want to start with you and what this ruling means on enforcing this subpoena against a White House that is trying to block every subpoena. Yeah. Well, it's not surprising. And I mean you read judge made his opinion. Well, look two things are coming out tonight. And this is not the end of the story, of course, because the Trump administration Trump will will appeal the judge's decision but two things are coming out tonight. Number one, congress is the article one at forty in this country with the power to investigate whatever it uses and that stems from something as basic as the notion that congress, the one part of our government of the three parts of our government that is actually elected by the people, and that's why it's article one and that's why no matter who you are, whether you're done Mcgann, or Masar 's or the Justice department, you don't get to say no to congress except under fifth amendment privileges in the constitution. And you know, that is the underlying theory under which under which made us decision came down. And the other thing, by the way, Mnuchin producing tax returns, the law could not be more clear. Here that those tax returns must be produced. So the administration is saying, well, the motives of congress are not to our liking you can imagine where the country goes. If the question before a court is what the presumably undiscovered motives of the congress, might or may not might not be, but of course, judge made a dispense with that today in his car. Sometimes that's so important because on the ways and means committee case in which chairman Richard Neal is demanding to see the Trump tax returns, which the chairman of the ways and means committee is legally empowered to do very specific law written that gives him that power and that law in writing does not require him to ever announce what his actual motivation is. And there's the Trump administration saying we don't like your motivation. Well, that's I mean, that's exactly right. And, you know, you don't need to be a lawyer to go and read that law. And the law says that the IRS shell with no conditions no ways out shell provide this now. By the way, we can. Evan debate over whether it's a smart law or not. And that's of course, what a democracy does. But today, the law says shell, and so it's just another example of the administration, using process, using the courts which are designed to protect the innocent and to make sure our liberties aren't stamped on to in this case protective president whose behavior has been corrupt, and we will win in the end. But make no mistake, the strategy of the White House here is to draw this out for as long as possible to keep as much adverse information as possible from emerging before the twenty twenty election Jilin banks, the judge cited your work in the Watergate investigation today and other investigations. And it this if this ruling holes the Trump delay by blocking every subpoena strategy collapses, it does. And it's about time because I think he's really gone way too far now with the total. Stonewalling. It's one thing to stonewall on the Muller investigation. But now he stonewalling on everything. He would totally defeat the purpose of congressional oversight. If the witnesses, for example, about the security clearance process can't testify witnesses about the immigration and children in cages can't testify. If Don Mcgann can't testify, these are all things that cannot happen. The judge wrote a very thorough and very well thought out opinion. And I think if anything is clear from Watergate, it's that you cannot just thumb your nose at congress and you can't thumb your nose at a Justice department subpoena. And that's what the president is setting himself up to do is to be above the law, and to just say, I'll do what I wanted to, and our whole constitution is based on the fact that people will follow the law, Glenn Kirschner you're in the courtroom, when this case was argued and here, you have an opinion by the judge in your hands today saying he actually did..
"glenn list" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Executive branch under Donald Trump is. Power-grabbing? It's covering up. Presence like a dictator. All right. Let me ask you. If you questions these Democrats say they want the entirety of the Muller report. Now, you know that won't satisfy them regardless, but let's play along. I would like the entirely the entirety of all those sexual harassment. Hush money deals for members of congress. Remember that Mr. producer? They used our tax dollars for that. I'd like to see all those reports. Would you like to see that folks? All the settlement agreements, we paid for them. Why isn't the freedom of information act apply to members of congress? What is it only apply to the executive branch? They say they believe in transparency because they don't want to have to hire staff, and, you know, be careful about what they say, and right and so forth. Why don't we have access to their phone records? So there text messages to their emails. I mean, we really want equality my conservative brothers and sisters in the media. We really want equality among the branches of government. Okay. Let's release those sexual harassment. Hush money deal. They like the word hush money for nondisclosure agreements. You know, hush money deals. Let's release those you and I paid for those. Why shouldn't we see them? These our so called representatives. Why shouldn't the freedom of information act apply to Adam Schiff? Why shouldn't we see his phone records in his texts to see what kind of a leaker? He is. Why shouldn't we? Is there an inspector general for the United States Congress? I'm going to wear one are you aware one, Mr. producer? There's no inspector general for the United States Congress. Maybe there ought to be an inspector general we've an inspector general of every department of agency of the executive branch. Why isn't there an expected inspector general for congress? And then what I proposed keep beating on here is tax returns. If the president's tax rates, and that just as tax returns, I read to you the letter that Elijah Cummings sent to the president's accounting firm that is the firm that does his taxes. It had more than just tax returns, they want it all discussions, any notes and the underlying documents and financial information over the last ten years, even well before the time he was president of the United States. Is there a single member of congress has done that is three single member has come? You know, Mr. producer just approved the point why don't you invite Elijah Cummings on the program? Okay. We go through this process. Ladies and gentlemen, just to show. You what frauds and hypocrites? They are. Logic cummings. Well, he release all his Bank statements all his contacts with his accountant. All information related to his finances. How about Nancy Pelosi? Well, the Pelosi's do that. No. Of course, they know. They don't volunteer to. Well. I thought we believed in equal branches of government. All these guys running around on the national emergencies act nineteen Seventy-six. Wow. This is unbelievable. What's happening here? I'll absolutely we've never seen anything. Like this the power grab in the separate. Democrats will be able to Democrats are already doing awake. The hell out. No, no. You don't get the sexual harassment deals by members of congress. Even though you paid for no foia doesn't apply to congress. No. We don't get to see their phone records and their tax and their Email. No, no, no, no. We don't get ten years of their tax returns and their Bank incremental. No, no, no, no, only the president. We need transparency except when it comes to congress, right? Even have their city at Dan Abrahams. The legal analyst at ABC who started this site mediate. This media site is constant trumpeting. Fox hating conservative hating. They throw in a conservative now. And then but trust me, it's like here. And there he's convinced says all Dan. This report is going to eviscerate the president. And and that the prosecutor Muller and his team. They're going to mention that we can't indict a sitting president. So here we are. We have this issue. What he should say nuance say because he's exactly the sort. I described in the first hour. They should be very very concerned that a prosecutor would put in writing anything that they couldn't do in court. And then demand it's released to the public in order to smear somebody. They should be very concerned about that as lawyers has legal analysts. But they're not. Because they're slip and fall lawyers. Glenn lists. Guess like that media website all that does at cherry picks. Video from other places or. I makes copies of television shows and so forth. There radio shows was some little liberal prepubescent buffoon writing a little common, and then they put it up on their Scott. Site and say or look at this. And there's one I wanted to talk about in particular. I don't know who Tamar offer is if that is his or her name. But over the weekend. On that side. I just mentioned. There was a headline. The headline read like this son of storm front founder, and I've been a victim at I mean, physically a victim of that website. The storm from website, these are Neo Nazi klansman types. You remember this rich cute photos of me that they had with the star, David and. A new surround my neck and all the rest of it. Son of storm front founder tells CNN his family watches Tucker Carlson for tips on white nationalist talking points. Now media, I thought this was very important CNN thought this was very important Tucker Carlson has millions of viewers. Great patriots. Great Americans who pay their taxes who follow the rules who are not white supremacist. Not Nash, white nationalist or anything that guy. But because CNN and van Jones interviews this punk. They just smear him. Let me son of storm front founder CNN is family watches Tucker Carlson for tips on white nationalist talking points. The stunt of the storm from founder Don black revealed on CNN on Saturday. So stop there. Why did CNN bring on the son of the storm storm front founder? What did you do that? Did that give you any kind of news and information that you need now because they're going to do a smear job? The son of storm front founder Don black revealed on CNN on Saturday that his family watches. Fox News is Tucker Carlson for tips on white supremacists. Talking points. Derek black grew up making white supremacists. Speeches and embracing the hate that Phil storm fronts pages, then he went to college in his life changed. He spoke about his family and his changed with van Jones. Now van Jones, of course, is a Marxist. But that doesn't matter anymore. Marxism, communism. That doesn't matter anymore. Spoke to van Joe's, including his thoughts about what is heard on. Fox news. They've been trying to paint. Tucker Carlson is a white nationalist now for a year. For you. Because he objects to this unbridled massive illegal immigration that's taking place in this country. Which really isn't a white nationalist position. That's an American position following the rule of law securing the border. It's the marxists on the left. The Democrats the van Jones types who are into nullification harking back to the confederacy, by the way. But let me go on. Black's comments about Carlson were made after Jones J clips of Carlson and another FOX personalities promoting according to Jones, anti immigrant, anti diversity views. Really? So if you believe in following existing immigration laws. Or if you believe in a respite where we can have assimilation which occurred earlier in the last century for many decades. You might be a white supremacist. So enjoyed Eisenhower literally rounded up one million illegal aliens. He was a white. Nationalist. Oh, so and Ralph Abernathy the number one Lieutenant to Martin Luther King after Martin Luther King's death went to the southern border with Walter Mondale. Among others. To object to illegal immigrants coming across the board. They were white nationalist too. I take it. All the Democrats virtually voted to secure the border. They were white nationalist to know only. Now, you see it say white nationalist position. It's very alarming to me to see at the highest levels. Even anchors at FOX speaking that way, Jones said after the clips ended does it alarm you a good van? Now, this guy van Jones is invited to the White House. He's invited to CPAC because he pushes this prison break movement, and the Republicans wanna be seen as supporting it. And then they support it. You're never gonna win over van Jones. He's a hard core Marxist ideologue. You're never gonna win these leftists over it's not going to happen. If you eliminate prisons. It's not going to happen. If you eliminate the border. It's not going to happen. Black said indeed, it is alarming quote, it really it's really really alarming that my family watches Tucker Carlson, the Tucker Carlson show once and then watches it on replay. Because they feel that he's making the white nationalist talking points better than they have. And they're trying to get some tips on how to advance it black explained before noting. It was change of community that prompted him to rethink his white supremacist beliefs. Defamation. Hey, complete smear job. Vicious vile. Smear job with van Jones and CNN using this punk. To attack Tucker Carlson, really, really outrageous. Nobody should have to put up with this to have another cable network attacking FOX and attacking their hosts like this is absolutely appalling. These are the people who bring you news about the president. These are the people ringing news about issues. Really really appalling. Good job there. Dan abrahams. 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"I think came from Tim Ballard, you see the Tim Ballard the CEO of the Nazarene fund or the chairman of the I don't know what he is. And also, oh, you are. He was with the president yesterday afternoon. And they were meeting about his his op Ed piece that he wrote. Last week. Here's one reason we need border security, and he talked about the human trafficking that's happening on the border. I expected that is going to play a role tomorrow and congratulations to this audience for bringing this to the light of the world. If you will your the ones who started this, and it's a compelling argument. And hopefully, the president will make tonight. Okay. So those are the those are the people the president is inviting they don't seem divisive. Now. Let me give you the list of the democrat invitees will do that in just a minute. Glenn list of profits for the state of the union coming up as well. Like does he mention CNN? Does he have any over under on how many times he says jobs? We'll get into all those here coming up in just a minute. Valentine's Day is not far away. You should know that it's what nine days away from right now. How about getting a gift how about taking ten to fifteen years off your appearance with a new Genucell JAL line treatment? No more Turkey neck. No, more double chin. No, more sagging jawline how about that. Linda be from marina del Rey, says I love your job line cream. It really works. I really see a difference. And people never believe my age. It works for national Valentine's Day, the brand new Genucel jaw line treatment is yours free..
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"Time comes Sunday for the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz bad back and all his actually got a fractured vertebrae. He's a travel with the team to Los Angeles. When you take on the Rams and the club has listed him has questioned won't be does not start. Nick foles will be the guy in week. Fifteen can't say chiefs loss quarterback KENDALL fuller. He'll undergo resurgent replaced. An I are your jets had done the same with Isaiah Crowell. Running back near giants have ruled out Odell Beckham junior for back to back weeks now in week thirteen with a bad groin Bengals left tackle, cordy. Glenn list questionable Jaguars kicker. Josh lambo is questionable with a groin injury. Meanwhile in Dallas Morning News, there's reporting Cowboys guards Zack Martin will be a game time decision with a bad. Knee. Cowboys take on the Indianapolis Colts heat guard, Dwayne Wade questionable tonight against the Memphis grizzlies. Fox news. I'm joy, Piazza the White House responding to the allegations made by the president's former attorney Michael Cohen Cohen says President Trump directed him to make a legal hush money payments to the women who allegedly had affairs with the president. Michael Collins, a convicted criminal and the FBI had him dead to rights and when he decided to do was to reduce his sentence. Deputy press secretary HOGAN Gidley Coen's three year prison sentence begins in March questions and outrage after a seven year old girl dies in the custody of border protection. The girl was traveling with her father from Guatemala earlier this month and got as far as New Mexico before officials noticed she was sick and flew her to a hospital in El Paso, Texas. We gave immediate care we'll continue to look into the situation. But again, I cannot stress how dangerous this journey is homeland security secretary to Nielsen the ACLU says the border patrols culture of cruelty is.
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"Yeah that that's pretty good don't let him by from him because if they want to buy it than you know you got something if they say that and they say it's a good condition then it's might be worse spending up to twenty fourteen the thirty five dollars to sign didn't to get graded and though sunday backs you'll be sealed a plastic if you open that plastic ben now you have to resign to dan if you wanna get a great it again because now it's open but yeah there's a service i forget davis cup yesterday is to company that great and the great comic books or anything else for that matter okay let's go to glenn list gonna ken can welcome to swat me twenty one to brag about cam he goes hey gil i got a couple do richardson should not going to still to yeah what i'm colin about some nineteen chippy simon fifty six rotten cause the magazine they got for my uncle when i was nearly all yeah i think custom what is as a car magazine car custom karl that yeah those a pretty high lb that era to fifties is very happy this is just because is is a magazine of cars like yeah hard to come out whatever i see them you'd like to like a high reinhart large registers on was funny to is i've sold in the past that they get cartoon ones even just someone who drew commack book avoid directors and how routes like commack perform knows go upwards of forty fifty bucks and you know the call cartoons are seeing are key or oh and ass and i was blown away the first time i got one how much did or what is a rob what is the running cousin go for an old fifty spanx something on about return yeah like in that regard i mean we talk about what dart you just have a collection can you just have like well you get i think it out for five level they're chug around just because they were there didn't do you team around because you think it's glory like some davis is going to be worth something well see what i remember coming up the you know my uncle ten a couple cool if the chargers in that i glove give no right and when i was oh yeah.
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"But this is what he's talking about his first changing what's happening with the daily briefing were morphing into a a new front your with this presidency and how he's going to reach out to the public knowing of the control it was a twitter but you know that he just have to give a whole speaks twitter to certain over of words it got to let it go to keep putting we get to whatever they want and he can do with our time he could do it i would the boards defeat was no he's done it successfully in like a said he does not to be question amusing to press conference in strong i think with the with the show as he's going to faces if the twitter something on tretter twitter something of the mideast here we go to when fault with a that secretary of state every third demand he was put in secretary if they is a very substantial garth who's not for this thing around defeat under money and and that could have and very quickly correct yeah i mean you know i think it you know as a torching of the gets it is going to tolerated all a little bit but that could be some major north if it comes could it twitter something it to with the what if this change the call him bitty gonna called secretary or stated that one forty five yeah let's see if he's going to do that part honest i'm burglin glenn list what about this is really ambassador on the shift and policy to david friedman what's the immediate concern going to be there can you explain what the shift and policy of it all because you know we had this to stay solution situation i think it's it's it's a bit of papa in philly we spent extraordinary to move monday on trips in secretary just eighteen special on void we go back and forth for decade we don't you with the fundamental issue fifth this so called health to the league your quicker now partly to model yellow at least big break a lot of the money they get a fait put it switched fakes they really wrapped up their people their they would agree to record stifle.
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"Think the first four albums were actually you know and while unitas in san francisco on them back to olympic to mix him back and forth nicky hopkins is playing with us and we were just in the middle of this world international she knows watch better than being nla and that engineering was much chipper and there's a guy their name dick slot numb who invented a lot of the digital equipment we all use today he was one of the inventor seven amused talking about the digital becoming digital world are we're going but it's going to be on crest all stars not going to be any tape what you we know this but into games against teams that would do that so that's out all start and then was really excited i read something i think it was with some gibson guitar had a a series of interviews with you fun remembering correctly in that may be wrong but you talked about the process that the beadles ad for according where you would spend days on a song in they would bang stuff out well you know later in a nineteen sixty nine night i got to meet the eagles and home they were working last outing glenn list in junior and i recorded with paul and was nino with the skies for a few days and but it so is a rough peter when they get our boy to have rubber sole come out getting one.
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"Later that when the dancers arrived injury sort of for the performance a hot told them about the cost of change and it his resignation and then it is no issue in alone on stage that's it we just not going on stage and of course even said someting like you know we tonight to mean that we are tired tonight of hits so we know glenn listed we have became here within still to think so months that's a d sellout it's the dancer you heard earlier it's was from the gutsy anomaly felt it's wrong to follow the plagued nice and we went for it backstage the prime ministers cheap of staff tried to convince the dance company to perform as plant in the got guess the shout was already start and the dancers instead of comply they started knocking on dressing room to maurice talent all the other performers that i champ among let me ask them to take a stand to keep their promise and refused to perform even though the send and then when indeed the end none of the other artists came through there was nothing left for the company to do you believe by the time wade when baker was a bus it was amid occasion on monday saying patrick en route back at style at us.