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Wisconsin Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Challenge To Evers' Emergency Powers

Vicki McKenna

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Challenge To Evers' Emergency Powers

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments today in regards to Governor Tony Evers, statewide mask mandate box sixes and delicate area, explains Waukesha County resident Jared Fay. Vic. Filed a petition against the governor's power to issue the statewide mask mandate, according to the lawsuit Favorite argue state law prevents a governor from issuing more than one emergency order for the same pandemic. Governor, Evers declared the state wide mass mandate after he had declared a state of emergency and asked people to stay home. The Supreme Court is looking to answer two questions. Did Governor Evers violated state law when he declared a state of emergency and put those orders in place? And whether the orders are an unconstitutional legislative power used by the executive branch.

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Wisconsin Judge Upholds Governor's Statewide Mask Mandate

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:24 sec | Last month

Wisconsin Judge Upholds Governor's Statewide Mask Mandate

"A Saint Croix County Circuit Court judges did Naina request to block Governor Evers a statewide mask mandate. The lawsuit brought by the group Wisconsin Institute for Long Liberty claimed the mandate was unconstitutional. The judge ruled today that Evers did not overstepped his authority by issuing multiple emergency orders on the Corona virus. The judge also putting the responsibility on the legislature to overrule the governor. The ruling will be

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Field hospital at Wisconsin fairgrounds will open for virus patients

Dennis Prager

00:37 sec | Last month

Field hospital at Wisconsin fairgrounds will open for virus patients

"Wisconsin, ranking third this week nationwide and the number of new covert 19 cases per capita health officials worried about hospital capacity. Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers announced the opening of a field hospital at the state Fair grounds, according to the state Department of Health Services on the 16% of over 11,000 Hospital beds are still available in the state governor, Evers said. We hope this day wouldn't come. But unfortunately, Wisconsin is in a much different, more dire place. Today, the number of hospitalized Kobe 19 patients in Wisconsin has grown to over 850. It's the highest during the pandemic for the state, according to the covert tracking project, with tests on several 100 additional impatient

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Wisconsin hits record for new coronavirus cases reported

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Wisconsin hits record for new coronavirus cases reported

"The state of Wisconsin skyrocketing to the top of the charts when it comes to new positive Koven cases, the D. H s reporting 2300 new cases on Tuesday, including 17 new deaths, Governor Evers says the pandemic is on the brink of becoming a full blown crisis right now, if not flowing dollars. It's picking up speed the 17 deaths Tuesday a single day high for

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Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes: Trump Will Use Every Opportunity To Divide People

All Things Considered

06:01 min | 3 months ago

Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes: Trump Will Use Every Opportunity To Divide People

"And I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington today, the governor and lieutenant governor of Wisconsin now President Trump to stay away from their state. So did the mayor of Kenosha, Wisconsin, who says the city needs time to heal, But the president showed up anyway. Trump's trip comes after days of unrest following the police shooting of a black man, Jacob Blake that left him hospitalized. It also comes after a white 17 year old Kyle Riton house with charged with six criminal counts, including first degree intentional homicide. Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Mandela. Barnes, a Democrat, joins us now Welcome to the program. Thank you for having me today. We're glad to have you. Governor Tony either sent a letter asking President Trump not to visit Kenosha. You've called for him to stay away as well. Do you see any potential benefit to having him? There may be a chance to meet and talk to him in a productive way. No, I do not because if a real leader would have proven that already, he would have given words Tio help console the people of this community of people of this state and the people of this nation because what happened in Kenosha? It's something that happens all too often in this country, and the president has offered no sort of resolve. You can look at the president's invective. You can look at the RNC, which tried to capitalize all such situations, which tried to politicize People who are crying out who are stepping up marching and demanding racial justice. And Donald Trump doesn't want to hear that He is going to use every opportunity that he can to divide the people of this state. A CZ. This is a critical state for his re election, and it's unfortunate because You know, these are realize that we're talking about Governor Evers called for a special session of the Legislature on Monday to address police reform. But Republicans didn't show up and that session lasted 30 seconds. To get any legislation through. You need Republican support. Do you have a plan for how to do that? Well, eyes unfortunate that you know, we could ask. What's our plan? When the Legislature and the Republicans in the Legislature don't get asked why they continue to ignore people, it took them forever to respond. A covert 19. They haven't responded to the health care crisis. They haven't responded to the dairy crisis that our family farmers are dealing with in this country. They haven't responded to gun violence prevention. They have responded to the client. Crisis, Every issue they continue to fail and ignore the people of this state. Kenosha is the latest city to deal with protests and sometimes counter protests that have turned violent governor ever sent in the national Guard as the protests were heating up, and some protesters said that having the guards there made unrest worse. Do you think the governor made the right decision by sending in the guards? So the governor sent in the guard's ate with controlling fires that were set. You know, this is all in the interest of safety because fires can get out of control. Fire touches the wrong thing. You have explosions that you can potentially have more loss of life. That was the purpose of the National Guard. I think what protesters were experiencing Was a heightened response from from law enforcement and the press conference that happened shortly after the young man who traveled to Wisconsin from Illinois to kill two people in our streets. The response was well, maybe if people weren't out past curfew, ignoring the fact that you're the shooter was also out past curfew. So to assign blame to that the victims that shows where we are in in terms of thought with some of the local law enforcement that's on the ground, and this is the reforming accountability that we're talking about. Whatever the reason, the guard was there, even if it was just to try to put out or prevent fires. It ends up being a law enforcement presence, the presence of authorities and this is the dilemma. I think for city and state leaders, how do you control what could become violent unrest? Without making people feel that the feds were storming in or with a guard is storming in. That's a really hard dilemma. Have you figured out the right balance of that? Is something that is a learning process. If I'm going to be completely honest, and and I I always I always promoted the fact that law enforcement should continuously Work to deescalate situations. Whether it is a or a personal interaction like the one with Jacob Blake and the three officers or whether we're talking larger scale events like protests and demonstrations. I think that you often see peaceful protest turned the other way when there is a heightened presence of what is perceived as authorities. So yeah, I do think there is there is a there is a problem. Because when people are protesting police, you know aggression with police overly aggressive police. The response cannot be over overly aggressive law enforcement. How to deal with violent unrest is becoming a major issue in the presidential campaign, and many Democrats who do not support President Trump worry that violent unrest helps him. That it lets him say the Democrats are weak on crime. What's your level of concern that you may be inadvertently helping President Trump's reelection efforts in that way? You know, I think that it's important for people to realize that again. The people who were killed. In Kenosha, where protesters they were killed by people who felt that they had a responsibility to help things to help matters to assist Now, like you mention Law enforcement are air National guards are there. They didn't eat health. Yet. These people are free to just walk the streets with long rifles, intimidating people. I think that is the important thing that people need to realize. Andi. I hope that folks to understand that Republicans continue to enable this sort of behavior this sort of behavior. That actually leads people did That's Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Mandela. Barnes. Thank you for coming on the program. Thank you.

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Wisconsin Governor Calls Session On Police Reform

Morning Becomes Eclectic

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Wisconsin Governor Calls Session On Police Reform

"Shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin that left a 29 year old black man paralyzed. The GOP led Wisconsin Legislature meets today to address policing policies. W. W. M. Smarty Michaelson says Democratic Governor Tony Evers proposed changes earlier this summer. Governor. Evers unveiled the legislation in June following the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police. It includes bands on choke holds and other uses of police force, but the Republican controlled legislature ignored the measures. Last week, Evers called on lawmakers again following the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha. Asking for a special session to take up the bills. GOP State Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald says he will gavel lawmakers into session, but he says it could take months to work through the legislation and plans to include Republican backed measures in the package as well. For NPR News. I'm Marty Michaelson in Milwaukee. Polls show public

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Wisconsin governor tells Trump to stay home ahead of Kenosha visit

Reveal

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Wisconsin governor tells Trump to stay home ahead of Kenosha visit

"Is asking President Trump to delay a planned trip to Kenosha, Wisconsin. Tomorrow. The city has seen daily protests since police shot a black man. Multiple times in the back last Sunday, leaving him paralyzed. The president plans to meet with law enforcement and view damage caused by protesters. Governor Evers the Democrats sent a letter to the president. Saying his presence would only hinder healing in this state. The investigation continues

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Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes comments on Jacob Blake shooting

Dan Proft

03:06 min | 3 months ago

Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes comments on Jacob Blake shooting

"Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes, commenting yesterday on what should and should not be investigated between the Jacob Lake Police involved shooting and the Kyle Rittenhouse case. The shooting and killing of Two rioters. Injuring of another guy's investigation is ongoing. But we don't need an investigation and know that Blake shooting falls in a long and painful pattern of violence, and this is a pattern of violence that happens against black lives too often. Across this country. And as you all know, we saw even more gun violence unfold on Tuesday night when two protesters were tragically killed in one other injured by gunshots. Someone that wasn't looking to keep peace. An outside agitator. Someone who came in from Illinois with a long rifle was able to just walk the streets freely like that something normal that we just come to expect me till you have not anything normal. We shouldn't come to expect that We shouldn't accept it. Because what do you think is going to happen if you haven't agitated man with a long walking down the street? Thinking that he's some sort of peacekeeper, and that kind of behavior shouldn't be enabled, either, And we have to deal with the devastating results of that way. Saw that happen in Louisville already. We saw it happen in Charlottesville. Somebody ran their vehicle to protesters ahead there. Higher was killed now. Kenosha, Wisconsin is also home to that sort of tragic scene. We have to Not ever want to see that happen again. Hey, Lieutenant Governor Barnes. What about in Seattle? Where Ah, Two people were murdered inside the Chazz Chop Autonomous. Own father of 19 Year old was murdered. Just filed a $3 billion lawsuit against the city. What about the violence there? What about Violence against police officers, including committed by Jacob Blake, resisting arrest prior to him being shot. Is that something that's relevant the number of times that Jacob Lake had to comply with police officers before it escalated to the shooting. And while we're manufacturing characterizations of Kyle Riton house, what about the actual records of not only the writers who were killed A convicted sex offender who was according to New York Times reporting, charging Riton house a somebody who was convicted of unlawful use of a weapon and in time public intoxication, who was shot and wounded. The other individual also The other individual killed. The other writer killed also criminal record. Should we talk about Jacob Lakes from El Record and what he was doing at his ex girlfriend's house in the first place? If you want to provide context in the conversation, fine, let's do it across the board and let's separate what we actually know. Versus what the left is hoping is true. Hoping something is true versus what you actually know, are two different things. What's the evidentially standard for making determinations about prosecution's about judgment calls? It seems that one of the questions that Governor Evers and lieutenant Governor Barnes and federal politicians from Diana Presley Kamala Harris to Joe Biden Don't want to comment on is that interesting

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"governor evers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:25 min | 3 months ago

"governor evers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"When I first read Governor Evers initial Statement. I just stick my head. Guys, This isn't helpful. This is this is insightful. My initial statement was asking for calm on all five. I was asking for people to allow justice. Our system the chance to work to provide the type of justice that we all want to give the facts to find out exactly what happened. I just feel story for Just about everybody involved. Step for the riders, except for those who have incited all this, But you know, people come up and start protecting their property. Then get caught up in this stuff. I mean, the parents of people just it's just a tragedy. Piled on top of tragedy. And why do we have these tragedies Because elect officials across the country have not stepped up the plate and have not maintained or know that, in fact, they had both a TTE, least in the case of Tony Evers and Mandela Barnes, they encouraged Dis Order they encourage disorder. People protecting their property have been accused of being vigilantes, people protecting their homes accused of being vigilantes. That isn't what a vigilante is Someone practicing home defense. Personal defense under the law, and the Constitution are not vigilantes, vigilantes or people who decide they're going to make up the law because they're not happy with the way the law is, and then they go out to execute it. That's not What people who are protecting businesses in Kenosha. We're doing that what the mob was doing, though they don't like the law. They decided to take the law into their own hands, and they have decided that they're mob justice in the form of burning buildings, looted businesses and people beaten within an inch of their lives is the way it's going to be. Now, that's there, there a mob, But they sure come closer to vigilante than the folks protecting businesses in Kenosha again when, when the elected officials don't protect Streets when they don't accept their responsibility and make sure that they provide the overwhelming manpower to keep peace When you have Mob rules trying to take over. What do those elected officials expect ordinary citizens are going.

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"governor evers" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:25 min | 3 months ago

"governor evers" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Soldiers and airmen coming in from other states will be under my command is the adjective general. Oh, and ultimately under the direction of our commander in Chief Governor Evers. Meanwhile, nine NFL teams cancelling practice in response to the shooting of Jacob Blake, the air's on a cardinal's The Bears. Broncos Packers. Colts, Chargers, Jets, Titans and Washington football team All decided not to take the field Thursday. Ah, that, of course, was started by the N Bahia, the boycott there and since reverberated throughout the sports world. New projections published a Thursday by the CDC forecasting upto 200,000 deaths from Corona virus in the United States. By September. 19th comes as the U. S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention switched its guidance to say asymptomatic contacts of cases. Don't need to be tested. However, the World Health Organization's his country's should actively test people to find current virus cases, even if they are asymptomatic, the W H O Z Maria van Kharkov We've outlined our, um strategies to actively find cases. So we have recommendations to test suspect cases. Um and in situations where it is feasible and is possible. To expand testing where necessary to really look for the cases so that they could be isolated. Um, and that contact tracing cannon sou. Um, so there are different types of guidance that W Ho has put out on this. Including the normal laboratory guidance that we have. We have additional considerations for Ah, different prioritization of testing, depending on your intensity of transmission on DH. We have investigation guidance. So for the specific example of cluster investigations, testing may need to be expanded to look for individuals who are on the more mild end of the spectrum or hold me indeed be asymptomatic. Again. What's really important is that testing is used as an opportunity to find active cases so that they can be isolated. And so that contact tracing can also take place where you identify all of the context of a known case. That they could be quarantined and this is really fundamental to breaking chains of transmission. Earlier on Earlier Thursday, the show's chief for Europe warn that the virus is quote a tornado with a long tail. Said rising infections among young people could spread to more vulnerable older people. Arkansas Herod home reporting at least 411 students, teachers and staff at public schools are actively infected with the virus is In the states and new cases continue to rise. The state began releasing numbers from public school districts with more than five confirmed cases. A couple of days is into the new academic year, The Health Department reporting. 722 new confirmed cases overall in the state, bringing the total since the pandemic began to more than 58,000 of those 6600 are active cases that don't include people who have died or recovered. The Michigan Supreme Court postponing arguments over Governor Gretchen Whitmer, his use of emergency powers until September 9th the one week delay is needed because of an illness on Justice Richard Bernsteins staff, he said. An indispensable aid is struggling with covert 19. A federal judge hearing a dispute over Wittmer is that Corona virus restrictions, has asked the Supreme Court for an opinion on her power to renew certain orders related to Cove in 19. Separately, the Republican controlled legislatures challenged Wittmer with its own lawsuit. And governor Laura Kelly says Kansas will apply to participate in the federal program. That's providing additional benefits to workers who've lost their jobs because of the pandemic. Her announcement Thursday, coming less than two weeks after the Democratic governor questioned the program's legality, and suggested it could be difficult to administer. Kelly's office says the state would use a portion of its One billion in federal current virus relief funds to cover part of the added benefits, saying it's quote far from a perfect solution. But she said she couldn't sit idly by while many Kansans are still facing unemployment. SANTO Alabama. That's where Governor Kay Ivey is extending her statewide Basque order It's been credited with reducing cases. The Republican governor says the order will be extended until October 2nd. I'd be keeping in place other health orders to such as reducing occupancy and stores and limiting table seating in restaurants are compare..

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"governor evers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"governor evers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"He did not like the match that set Kenosha on fire last night. But he provided the accelerant and he refused to send in firefighters toe put out the blaze. He refused to send in National Guard troops to stop the violence from starting to begin with. In the absence of law enforcement. In the absence of order, there is only chaos. In that chaos. There can only be violence, the only law Is that Of who is willing to be more violent. That is a direct result. Of the lack of National Guard presence on the street. And it wasn't it as though there weren't troops to spare. It wasn't as though the federal government wasn't offering its support. Governor Evers flatly refused. There was no excuse for what happened last night. I watched videos until about three in the morning. It was a literal battle. This wasn't a protest. This wasn't civil unrest for members of the local and national media listening to me right now, this was urban warfare, and it was a war that could have been prevented. With just an outside precaution by listening to the people of Kenosha and giving them the support that they so desperately needed. This governor refused in order to what? Send a message that He wasn't going to be part of President.

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Wisconsin residents sue governor over mask mandate

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Wisconsin residents sue governor over mask mandate

"Lawsuit challenging the state's mask mandate has been filed. The suit filed by the Wisconsin Institute for Long Liberty, is attempting to knock down Governor Evers Public Health Emergency, which was issued in July. It claims three plaintiffs in northwest Wisconsin or hard by being forced to wear a face covering

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"governor evers" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"governor evers" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Long after Governor Evers executive order was announced Thursday requiring anyone at least five years old to wear face covering win in a public indoor place, sheriff's across the state, saying they will not investigate any complaints for possible violations. Over a dozen have released statement, citing their reasons, ranging from a lack of resource is to properly enforce to not wanting to question a person's medical condition for not wearing one and seeing it as a constitutional overreach. One exemption is Sheboygan County. In their statement, they said they will use the mandate as an educational tool to encourage people to wear a mask. And Milwaukee now in phase 4.1 of their moving forward plan. The changes made allow schools to offer in person classes with 50% capacity after their safety plan gets approved by the city's health department, bars and restaurants will remain a 50% capacity, but they will need a safety plan approved by September 15th. Mayor Tom Barrett says. It's about slowing the spread of covert 19. If people are working with us, and if they're doing what they can help us reduce this part of the disease. That's what's going to be more powerful than anything Gyms and athletic center Open with restrictions on how many people could be there. An employee at a sicko gas station in Sheboygan killed after being struck by a vehicle Friday afternoon. Police say it took place just after 1 30 near 14th and Jefferson as the employee was assessing equipment on the parking lot. No one else was injured and the driver of the vehicle remained on scene. One person is dead after they were shot and dragged by a vehicle on Milwaukee's Northside Friday morning. Please say the 49 year old Milwaukee woman was one of two people shot near 27th and Atkinson, a 28 year old Milwaukee man expected to survive just today, I snapped. Through the words of Matthew Garcia, the only Brewers fan who tailgated in a Miller park parking lots. Friday. He tells team J for news. He wanted to do something that would be part of its normal summer routine..

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"governor evers" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:48 min | 4 months ago

"governor evers" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"60 from the W T. M. J Breaking News Center. I'm Tony Braddock. President Trump's administration says it's planning to deploy federal agents to Milwaukee to combat violent crime. The order part of Operation legend designed to address what the Department of Justice calls unacceptable levels of violence across the country. Prompted a response today from Governor Evers full faith and trust not only in the people of Wisconsin but also the police forces amping up the federal president's will. I believe, create more turmoil. Governor says he wrote a letter to the president opposing the move, saying it was not asked for by the city or state. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett also speaking out about the suggested plans, citing surging and corrupt surging of Corona virus cases. In Florida, the president says Republicans are foregoing the nominating convention in Jacksonville. The RNC. Still, however, to begin on North Carolina's still care deeply about the people of Florida and everywhere else, frankly in this country and even in the world. Would be coming into the state and I don't want to do anything to upset it here at home. The number of positive Colvin 19 cases in the Badger state back up again over 1000 according to the Department of Health Services in the last 24 hours, the percentage of positive cases just under 7%. That's up from about five on Wednesday. High school athletics will still be happening this fall, though they'll be on a minor delay over 19 forced high school athletes to miss the end of their spring season, But it won't do the same to athletes this fall. W. A voted in favor of starting fall sports on a delayed scheduled today. Some begin August 17th. Others like football starts September 7th, while the school superintendent Phil Hurdle, This is a very difficult for everybody this time, but you know we want to get kids back participating and hopefully we're able to do it safely and it continues right through and this is just the starting point. The board voted in favour of the motion 8 to 3 Mike Spaulding W. T. M. Jenny in the first game of the major league baseball season, currently in a rain delay, But the 60 game season It is officially underway. Dr Anthony Fauci. Making an appearance is the Nationals host of the Yankees, W T. O P S George Wallace throwing to the base of the mound that number 19 Nationals jersey, complete with a red cap. And, of course, the Nationals, Max that we've seen him in a lot recently, Dr Anthony found she had the honor of throwing out the ceremonial first pitch of the baseball season. A diehard nationals fan found she I'm sure would like to have the pitch back. Said he was going to throw a curveball. But it wasn't even close to his catcher. Sean do little way outside. There was hands up in the air, but there were no fans there to boom. Sports, traffic and weather are next. W. T. M J News time. 805 It's the witness that calls in the crime and as you lie their way because your bed partner snoring so loudly that you can hear it, too. Bedrooms away your witness to your witnessing your partner sleeping but not actually getting rest. You're witnessing a struggle to breathe freely..

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"governor evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

03:11 min | 6 months ago

"governor evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

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"governor evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

03:06 min | 6 months ago

"governor evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"And our children's future depends upon it. You know what this is kind of the way you take small bites the apple and realized everybody takes that bite then the apples right? The apple's done. You throw the core away. But everybody takes bite. The core is the recall in so i. do what we need though is. We need to have those third party groups, or some of those other people out there who know how to kind of pull big things together to to recognize that this is something that I think is doable now. Someone just emailed me and said well if we recall. Recall Tony vs that mean. We have Mandela Barnes the Lesser Mandela. Would he be governor? Know if we if we were successful in in recalling Tony Evers, it would tee up a special election. Tony ears would run against another candidate. That's what would happen. Let's go to Joe I think in Beaver Dam. Hard time seeing my screen. I think it's Joe Hi Joe. Just wondering though, and you just hit on. That point is who are we to put up against Tony? I gotTA TAKE! Let's just throw some names out all right. Let's throw some names out here David, Clarke Rebecca Klay. Fish Leah Vouk mayor. You know anybody else Geez I mean. We've got some people who are who are otherwise occupied right now, so we could. We probably could find Sean Duffy. Sean? Duffy is right now. Otherwise occupied. I think we could find a pretty dynamic person. In the event that we're successful and again, even if you're not successful, then you've you've your. Goal is to keep McKenna. O! I'll tell you what I. Tell You. What if nobody else wants the job and in people are successful in doing this then you know if everyone else takes a pass. I I I'll be your huckleberry. Governor, Vic. Thanks man I the call. I appreciate the call. There's a ton of dynamic conservatives tons. That and again remember I. Don't WanNa I. DON'T WANNA. Tell you. This is a sure thing, but it's not it's. It's not an insurmountable. Mountain. This isn't and I like to use this analogy that I created myself called. It's not roller skating backward up a mountain. That's not what it is. It is a difficult task that would require an enormous amount of enthusiasm from the Republicans, but. Are you enthusiastic? Do you see what's happening to your country? Do you see what's happening to your state? Do you see what is happening to American cities? Do you see what is potentially coming next? Milwaukee announced today that it was going to deny the Milwaukee Police Department dollars to purchase tear gas for crowd control at the DNC so presumably the city of Milwaukee wants to see occupation and Bernie Bros..

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"governor evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

03:08 min | 6 months ago

"governor evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Sucking the toes of the fascists you've got people who are being threatened with their job with losing their jobs, because they do not want to support a neo-fascist Marxist organization called. Black lives matter I mean you've you've people saying I support? My local police department of being attacked. You're watching that you see what's going on in Wisconsin. You got a governor that is willing to to use corrupt tricks not to help Wisconsin not to help the. The people who lost their jobs, not putting that kind of energy and effort into fixing Dwdm the unemployment problem here. No effort whatsoever there. He had to be shamed into even addressing the problem with unemployment. So you see that going on here and he's more interested in an embarrassing. Scott Fitzgerald and Robin boss by the way happily. That didn't work at all. He is more interested in teeing up county health departments to try to Reimpose A. A lockdown to reimpose lockdown. Why because Colbert nineteen is exploding all over Wisconsin now? No, because he wants to make an argument for an all male in election, because the Democrats know that mail, an elections are going to be an advantage to them. This is the blank that he has been doing. Since he's been governor, he has never put your interests or my interest or the state of Wisconsin, economies interests, anybody's interests, not farmers, not manufacturers. Manufacturers, not people who wait tables, not little old ladies who are stuck in nursing homes that is the hot spot of cove nineteen in our state, nothing on behalf of citizens of Wisconsin, and so I think our people are ticked off enough that they would like to actually constructively channel some of the I know I want to constructively channel my rage into something. That could actually do good. Let's go to Matt and Burlington High At. Good afternoon we'll the program thank you, I tell you what I write a rock and roll on this I. Am like a Coon Hound in the back of a truck and all you gotta do is open the door. We we need a role on this I've been signed up since late May and it's hard getting volunteers, but you know what we can do a lot more in a very very very large group.

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"governor evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

05:59 min | 6 months ago

"governor evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Thirteen, ten I'll be right back. Let's see how viable. This idea would be it all depends. The idea is to recall. Tony. And all depends on whether or not people are willing to circulate petitions whether people are willing to. Sign up and volunteer to do this to go. Stand outside a grocery store or Walmart or something like that and get petition signed. In and to do this, I think would absolutely. It would amp up an angry conservative base that right now has nothing to do with their frustration, and the frustration is everything by the way from being told a get on their knees. Let Their police forces be defended by the way the figurehead of that movement in Wisconsin's Tony. Never mind. The governor is single handedly responsible for making sure that we are in a world of hurt. When it comes to our economy, our our families jobs. Our livelihoods sue from Vernon. Thank you for calling welcome to the program. You'll so so go sue sorry I personally would be willing to do that and my second question is. I would hope that we have a lot of helpers. Out there, still waiting for unemployment, would they not be a good chunk of them willing to help with sure like this? Don't use facebook. There's a facebook page I looked at because I have a grandson whose waiting. It's not critical like some folks I. Get it, but the facebook page out there where the all conversing all the time everything going Stewart problems and you know calling and on. On hold and connected at five o'clock, and on and I, and I would think you know that would be another good communication mechanism. Get people interested. Yeah, I also think it is a way for the Republicans to get their message out even though this wouldn't be republican per se because the GOP. The party's not going to be part of this. Just like the party technically wasn't part. Part of it when they went after Scott Walker, but yeah, I think this is also a way to expose people who might be in a kind of a political narrative vacuum to a different perspective and and Joss. Listening to people explain what the problem is with this guy and the problem is with this guy. He doesn't want to govern Wisconsin. He wants to rule Wisconsin he's now teeing. teeing up.

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"governor evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

03:23 min | 6 months ago

"governor evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"By the way the same guy is saying it's presumably okay to gather together and mass protests to throw rocks at police and Molotov cocktails break windows. So, all of this has wrought complete havoc destroyed people's lives, and at the same time we're still not getting accurate information from the Department of Health Services on what's actually going on with covid nineteen. Now and in the problem I think that's starting to emerge. Is that you know we could find ourselves in a situation where budget repair bill is going to be needed, and and even on the best day on the in the best environment working with the administration that is a huge half to try and accomplish, but in this environment I I have no idea how you'd even initiate that conversation. Let alone trying opera document. That could you know work through the the? Certainly the shortfall we're starting to see described it and what and what happens if you can't get a budget repair bill done because it's it's quite likely we're gonNA need a budget repair bill. What happens in suddenly? The Wisconsin State budget is upside down by billion dollars. You're back. Yeah, you're. You're back in here listening to some. Governor described of this fantasy documents of tax increases and everything else that the Republican legislature is never gonNa go along with so it it. It's not a pretty picture right now. And the exists, but if you can't get a budget repair bill, the existing budget controls if we don't have the money for the existing Baljit. That's the question then what happens does that creates a crisis because we have? We have know a piece of our Constitution. That says we have to have a balanced budget. Right and. Defending continues to. We. Don't shut down federal government. But he continued that those same levels and oil boy that that's a ton of pressure that puts a ton of pressure on Iverson even more so than it does the Republican controlled legislature. Good to have you on the program I. Wouldn't you know I? Mean first thing I would do is make sure I record everything. That's the first thing I would do. second thing I would do is conversations where you think your conversations are going to be recorded. Because it does seem like the governor instead of wanting to work with you guys never by the way right never never called and said what should we do here? How are we? GonNa? Make sure that we can come through this this Kobe shutdown. Without too much damage never had a conversation with you. You folks like that, right? No started to lecture. You could tell what disposition was immediately when he jumped on that call that day, nothing nothing has changed since the yeah I think this. Is The governor essentially saying I'm going to go it alone. I would look for dirty tricks. Look for more than just this one. Grow is in the back of your head. Thanks for coming on the program. Okay all right good to have you senate. Majority leader Scott, Fitzgerald I'm going to take a break at eight seven seven to three, five, thirteen ten. You want to know the word that kept popping into my head. The more I read about this particular story when I read the story of the nine hundred jobs though papermill. Being lost to the cove nineteen shutdown in another hundred associated jobs being wiped out the word that was in my head was recall. Let's talk about that next eight, seven seven to three, five,.

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"governor evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

03:10 min | 6 months ago

"governor evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"If it were a broadcaster doing this week, someone would come after us. That's a guarantee, so you know the idea that somehow he gets to. He gets to skate because he doesn't want to take responsibility for being a Nick Sonian sleazebag. And he wants to dump it on a staffer, and then the a staffer gets to escape. He's got rogue people in his administration and nobody wants to do anything about that and nobody's interested in making sure that the law is followed in the state of Wisconsin is. That is something I'm telling you right now. People if nothing happens here, people are going to be really angry. People are going to be angry if no one is actually brought to account at least in the form of an ethics investigation. I mean previous governors would have never stood for this. somebody would have been terminated immediately, and then probably some more of the facts would have come out after that but dope fire. They're just stonewalling this whole thing you know. He did a presser this afternoon. He didn't answer any questions about this. Or any other open records requests that quite honestly they have just been either full out denying or sitting on for months and months and months. I mean this continues to be the pattern with the administration so now let me ask this question. Both UN Speaker Voss indicated that the you know the commute, the relationship, the working relationship between the legislature, the majority in the legislature, and the governor is now irrevocably broken. Yeah I. Mean you know there's many different paths? You can go down when you're trying to build some report. oftentimes, it's directly with the governor other times that you know the cheapest they or somebody else at a cabinet level that you can work with and then the other thing is you know sometimes it through the legislature. I mean a member of the minority that you talk. Talk to has a relationship with the governor. That doesn't even exist in the state. Senate right now so I'm not sure where we go from here. He's got a request that he sent us this this week. To talk about a few items and I'm like. How could we tackle leaving forward with that? At this point I don't trust anybody in the room. Let alone you know being. Being on a conference call with the governor there I mean there's no way you're going to be able to repair that anytime soon. No kidding so now you're thinking. I'm not going to have a conversation because this guy is gonNA. Try to use this to hang me We're nine hundred thirty six million dollars. Almost a billion dollars in tax revenue collections that means the state of. Of Wisconsin is going to be pulling up short about a billion dollars more than that likely, because it's likely that June also comes in lower than June of twenty, nine thousand nine, so we just had an announcement yet another major closing in Wisconsin with a thousand people losing their jobs nine hundred directly from the paper mill that closed in another hundred in support to that paper mill. We keep seeing businesses. By. To. Their doors for good in our state by the damage that was done by an arbitrary shutdown down, and we know it was arbitrary because you said you know just a couple of minutes ago, you at home depot or the or the grocery stores were packed to the Gills, and somehow he didn't have spikes in cove nineteen..

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"governor evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

03:11 min | 6 months ago

"governor evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"You've got some businesses in Wisconsin that are packed to the Gills. What we need to do is let Wisconsin be smart in inlet Wisconsin. Decide how it wants to open. Yeah, that's right. I mean I literally had my list that we had pulled together so that we could kind of move forward and say all right. What are the issues that absolutely have to be tackled and as soon as I kind of started to go through that list? You know that's when the governor cut me off and basically was like well I. Hope you're proud of yourselves you know. Look at the bars last night. They were just packing people and my resort to that was. You know quite honestly unbear- phrasing, but you're out of the loop governor, you know. Why don't you take some time and figure out what's actually going out on the street? Instead of just being held up in the mansion, I'll guy you know. There's hundreds of people every Saturday and home depot or Costco or any other superstar, and he didn't like that what that was the reality at that point where we were in dire discussion so? Wisconsin in Wisconsin, we have. We have laws that actually govern the recording of conversation and today I'm reading that a spokesman for the governor has denied that he had any knowledge whatsoever that this phone conversation was being recorded. Well your the parties to the conversation. You're the ones who are having the conversation, and if I'm reading Wisconsin. Law and I'm allowed to read Wisconsin Law to the you know the sort of definitional what the words mean. One of you had to consent having that that recorded, so if governor everts didn't consent to that, and you didn't and Robin Vase, didn't then who did, and if it wasn't at the request of the governor that seems to me pretty be pretty blunt violation of the law. Someone in that room had a recording device on their phone or some other mechanism. And Beta decided to do this on their own. So the governor's admission yesterday that he was completely unaware that which one of the other people that was in that room with them in harm's way because they absolutely broke the law, they absolutely broke the law. It's so scary to me. The governor of the state could be on the phone with the two legislative leaders and have some rogue staffer in their recording that conversation if he was. Was Unaware of it back. Even that's worse worse than if he did. Know about it. In my estimation, what is going on over there and WHO's in charge? That's the bet. The series of questions that the press is onto now and he won't answer them, they're. They're dodging everyday over there right now. He's not responsible for this. By the way if Tony Everts is responsible for this of Tony Ever said I want this phone conversation recorded. If Tony Ebbers agreed. When somebody asked you to record the phone conversation, he said yes. That's actually legal. It's sleazy. It's Nick Sonian, but it's actually legal, but if he says he didn't know anything about it, somebody's on the hook for breaking the law and if it were me..

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"governor evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

04:56 min | 6 months ago

"governor evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Broadcasting Planet Madison the Bruce City and the world on iheartradio this. Vicki mechanics show to be a part of the program called Hotel Gaming. Wisconsin dells toll free at eight, seven, seven to three five thirteen. or Email Vicky WNBA dot com now here's. A. All right. Welcome to the program is to Vicki mechanics show. My goodness..

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Wisconsin voters to go to the polls Tuesday, despite "stay-home" order

First Light

08:12 min | 8 months ago

Wisconsin voters to go to the polls Tuesday, despite "stay-home" order

"You know Wisconsin is apparently the only one of eleven states were able primaries that's going to have in person voting meaning you have to get out of your house where you've been told to stay and go to a place in public where you've been told to avoid stand in line to touch things other people have been touching all the other ten of either delayed their primaries are shifted to by mail only voting but not Wisconsin and it went right down to the wire they're still trying to figure this out last night how they're gonna handle all this so we want to get a handle on it find out what's going on what is the latest what this means for Wisconsin and the voters there so let's bring in correspondent with me while good morning morning here Michael well what it what do you know what's the latest in terms I I guess this is as far as we know it's still happening today isn't it yes that's correct so basically the last ditch effort by the Democratic Party in Wisconsin if you appeal to the state's top health official her name entry appall mainstage you know please if you cannot shut this down it similar to what the top official in Ohio did when court said look you've got to go on with your primary so we will find out I would if you're within a matter of minutes if not hours if that changes anything but at this point everything is going on at the White House several months ago if there had been no corona virus that are plowing forward Michael yeah we're gonna be hearing about the selection for a long time because I have a feeling no matter what happens not so much in the presidential primaries I think that's probably a safe bet that Joe Biden whose health held a pretty wide lead in the polls will will do well but in terms of all these local elections that are taking place is this going to be controversy because you know what the side that's not on top is going to say well this was all screwed up people didn't know until the morning of if it was even going to happen and we're being told to stay home afraid to go out you have the National Guard there because you don't have any poll workers who will show up I mean this this doesn't seem like it's going to be a clean election eight it really depends on who you ask so it's you know somebody that people who are advocating for continuing forward with the Primeira merry at a knowledge you've got a perfect situation but they feel like this is the best option to proverbial ready of the elections that they say look you can't have thousands upon thousands of absentee ballots rolling and even days and days after the election I think this is organized you have to go forward with the plan as it originally was to preserve the integrity of the election as you point out people who want to move the primary state how can you ask people to choose between their health and their I have no ability to do their like that officials so it really depends on who you ask I think everyone acknowledges eat a pretty awful situation and it's actually one of the reasons that the DNC it back when Ohio had seen very similar chaos for an entire day back and forth whether or not the election is going to happen she said yeah he said it we have to try to avoid these chaotic situations and hope and ensure that voters feel confident in the process so to that end don't move these primaries at the last minute but instead put more effort into giving voters an alternative way to about that with the official work but the DNC and I think finally Michael what's really interesting about the stories that showed how differently the party's function on the state level so here in Wisconsin it would be big Republican push to try to keep the primary place in Ohio the Republican governor who wanted to move it the DNC again saying they don't want to see these last minute changes so you're it's really hard to draw party line parallels of opinion between all of the state and all of these different situations so I actually think that that's one of the more interesting things to watch how how differently these local elections play out in the consequence the technician Michael and then you have the governor there governor Evers who had kept saying I don't have the authority to just move the election or or change it but and he tried to do that yesterday through this executive order delaying the primary until June in less he and the legislature got some other deal going and then at that that ends up before the state Supreme Court which says forget that you're gonna hold the thing that went to the Supreme Court of the United States although there what there does seem to be an ideological break down because the there the Republicans control the or have the majority in the both the state and the national Supreme Court and all the Republican race you know I wanted to to go ahead and vote today so if you know you're kind of a reversal there from the governor but what's going to happen now how are they going to run this thing are are all the polls polling place is going to be open well there are limited polling places in in certain areas where he is so for example I think in the Milwaukee area there will be five polling places opened so with limited polling but the they are allowing absentee ballots to move forward on it they were postmarked by Tuesday so there is that option but yeah I think it's a messy situation you're right he said the courts were rolling out these pieces are certainly split ideologically and beat it's so similar to how Ohio was trying to move back its primary there were points where people would say it was unclear who had the authority to do what if you at one point but there were a lot of questions about why the governor of Ohio even went to the court to begin with if you had the executive authority to move the primary back so it is a there's a big gap back in force very similar in Wisconsin and I think at the end of the day you have attorneys or analyzing a lot they can think we can I think we can do this I think this is an Avenue and are just throwing any option basically during any options at the wall to try to figure out how to affect what they believe is the most is it the most proper outcome Michael yeah so that they had quite a few more requests than usual for the absentee ballot seventy I don't I don't have the official numbers on how many at the ballot they would normally have but as far as I know the state there had been a one point three million absentee ballots requested and I think around half a million had not yet been returned so does the number there I'm not I don't know off the top of my head now how many they would not they may not know themselves at this point because I think they're still trying to figure that out last night so just we should let our our listeners in Wisconsin though that that the absentee ballots if you're going to hand deliver them you have to do it by tonight or if they have to be postmarked today although they can arrive at the clerk's office is as late as April thirteenth the problem is that the folks are unhappy with that same with a lot of people you know they didn't even request them until you know late in the opportunity to do that and now they may not have because it not the mail is not perfectly running on time that they may not even receive them yet so they may be effectively disenfranchised there and can you look at what we got about we've got about a minute or so left and I'm just wondering if if anybody's talking about what this means for November when we have a presidential election because we may still be it will you know I I don't think this corona virus epidemic is going to be completely over it this could affect and we could be in a second wave in November what's this going to mean to voting for president you know it's really hard to say and I think part of that is because any change to the voting process to become highly politicised at that very evident by what's going on with content and Ohio so I think it's really difficult to say if there will be a monumental shift in the way that voters are given the opportunity to vote so we'll have to see it hopefully by the fall of error if you don't act unlikely that we'll have a vaccine but they will at least know more about how the virus is transmitted they'll have more resources to try to fight the virus so scientifically speaking medically speaking the landscape could be very different by November but it's far is the changes to the way people are allowed to vote if that really comes down to is the state Election Commission that we'll have to see it because the older electrical took or although I will say we were seven months out presumably to be able to come to some kind of class hi November out instead of these last minute changes because with with the primary it's pretty bad with the general election that you have people not confident in their vote in the general elections in a presidential election I mean that would have really terrifying I think

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"governor evers" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

04:53 min | 9 months ago

"governor evers" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"The governor of Wisconsin governor Evers just made an announcement again that their going to put a ban on mascara gap mass gatherings of fifty or more people so they have entered that critical infrastructure services such as grocery stores food pantries child care centers pharmacies and hospitals will be exempt from the order and Canada just closed its border there you go I mean we're all just gonna start hunkering down in the NFL still you know continuing on its business but we're all hungry down and as long as we're healthy and again we're we're all seven for six six feet away from each other we'll be here but I am if not you'll know why let's wait while great story now you want you want crazy on top of it according to Mike Florio the bears have started a conversation with teddy Bridgewater what okay okay Mitchell Trubisky fans here we go if Ryan pace can convince ownership my bad on that second overall pick let's bring in Bridgewater so he can become the Tannahill to the Titans second overall pick in Mario like let's just run that back let's just do that if if we can pull that trick off that would almost be like Kaiser so as a pulled off that trick at the end of the usual suspects and still keep his job while all right Alan Dallas longtime giant fan heard the Clarion call from all of us to say please call in until dolphins fans about that Eric flowers signing al you're on the floor L. Rosenhaus agent of the century they got Eric flowers nineteen million guaranteed on god only knows what I mean he is the my god I I it it changes on to be a football player because anybody can make money in this league man I mean it's not that I'm sure he's a nice kid needs a nice job good lord good lord yeah I mean that that was a long three and a half years he was on our on our squad and he just I don't know what miracles he pulled off in Washington but god bless I mean it Donald who's better Mike McCarthy for for for Kirk cousins because the miracle contracts and he's pulled out of his his **** skews me but this is insane Hey this is insane this has been some couple days if I would have told you that Erik Clausen decided to Garrett twenty million guaranteed or Rick Pitino is going to be storming North Avenue in new rock city I mean would you believe it I hear yeah you take care yourself you will crazy times it's crazy bro crazy time football focus man they just tweeted out to Shawn Watson with the Jordan face on how does that Andrea Hopkins get traded I knew would again I heard it all last year during the trade deadline look out for de Andre Hopkins being on the move in Houston I'm like what no like yep it's not what it's cracked up to be there unlike the guys one of the best in the league is twenty seven years old I mean all you know or one of the best stories in the league with him his mother I mean like what what is why would you take him away from him the Shawn Watson can right off the canton Ohio sunset together like what what what what why re breaking that up what's the point of that I mean if you need to figure out how to spend the money on it you don't figure out how to spend the money on it what we doing here and I got David Johnson of two years ago if that guy shows up in Houston okay him in the eye him into Shawn Watson can do some serious damage together too if will fuller stays healthy and it forever if the whoever if they come up together you know Kenny stills and whoever they draft maybe at the wide receiver position they don't have a first round draft choice that belongs to Miami so you know they needed to get these draft choices I get it but can you Drake is a great guy there in Arizona made David Johnson completely expendable here just seventeen carries in five games after Kenyan Drake arrived in Arizona and he was one of those scratches every single weekend well John McClain is calling from Houston to give us the perspective there Chris Brockman news update on news.

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"governor evers" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

05:10 min | 11 months ago

"governor evers" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The Avenue right I like to come out and so governor Evers hopefully will return lease property back to him as it does not belong to anybody but Lee it seems to me like we were at an absolute stalemate I mean do you see it on any resolution here I needed a resolution yeah about you know good people we have a lot of really good people on our government at this not all corrupt but the good people that are happening to stand up and be counted and so that they will you know step forward in the college to leaders and and make sure that this was made right we things can come around very quickly in it that if that could be done all right what is the status and again if you could get closer to that phone because it's breaking up what is the status of the documentary that you began for five years ago eagle one to want to which sort of lays out this whole story in in documentary form she the documentary is you now it's held up in twenty sixteen we have funding the person that was found in that that he had a mysterious accident just look twice and eventually took him out so we had no funding for the documentary but I kept it going in thank you for calling on my small company has been really working hard to keep the story moving forward we're expecting to get it out before the election it had it come out well before the election of all possible so that people can understand because this is the thread that ties everything together a lot of a lot of the issues that are going on can be connected tied in with this with everyone trying to get all of these fonts there are the Democrats which is involved all of it has to come out before the election and and again the the book want to blacks one white hat this is the five hundred plus page authorized biography of of really want to there's an electronic version they can get it Amazon and this has all of these court documents reproduced as well correct that's correct and and and and then if they want the paperback version this little March five in a thirty page paper back book very sick and had to do with it it has all the back of documents and including the audio from former governor don Sundquist when he was trying him in that and at South Dakota senator were trying to extort money out early in that that recording is on there as well you have a voice recording a telephone recording of the former governor and senator trying to extort money from ambassador want to on on tape that's correct you can read it right now on your one to walk and by the way that stand out eagle one to want it just like the war in the wards on chapter seventeen is on the homepage that's the last chapter in Lee's book that he asked me to write and include that kind of a summary of everything that has that recording in the story behind and you can read you know isn't there right now six minutes on added that you'll be shocked when you hear all right there is and then any congressman has stepped up the place to take care of this and get this resolved eagle one to want to dot com Lee wants her and lawn give me thank you so much for this update appreciate your time you're welcome thank you so much richer for the time you get all right my thank you and god bless you and your family thank you ambassador all right when we come back Richard Todd the author of the the time tunnel a series of novels will join us to talk about well what else time travel now here's a monster truck taking is in the break with sweet mountain river they want a Canadian Juno music award for this one back with more coast to coast AM after this WBT a radio dot com station let's face it most new year's resolutions are hard to keep get more exercise save more money well here's a resolution that's easy to keep don't.

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"governor evers" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"governor evers" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Welcome back David Broza key posting WTMJ nights first wild again call in please give me your opinion your thoughts on the topic of the prison population Wisconsin should governor Evers try to or attempt to cut the prison population in half I have some additional thoughts calls or text us and the acting it mortgage talking text line seven nine nine one six twenty seven nine nine one six twenty Kyle from Tulsa texted in he's pretty quick in St we don't need a prison break we need a cultural shift with that other Steve from Grafton Steve appreciate you hang on what are your thoughts on this topic should governors cut the prison population and if so how does he do that Richard colored by whatever the person or whatever to deter crime does what the punishment should be here all figure back there's no call for them to be imprisoned for what they do and they're just sitting there are you know you know time up while we're paying for it you know what day did yesterday she gets in return you know that's that's my philosophy should all you want to go to prison thing at all you know women aged people first you know that you were going to put him in jail the next thing you know they're gonna be back all doing the same thing over and over again thank you for the call Steve there certainly is an issue of recidivism and people coming in to the prison system being released and then unfortunately coming back a couple of other things to discuss in this area first of all the Wisconsin prison system as currently constructed is over capacity the prison population in Wisconsin or I should say the prison system is designed to hold about eighteen thousand inmates it's currently holding a twenty three thousand inmates that certainly causes problems it's cause problems certainly in juvenile facilities it's cause problems with correctional officers it's cause problems in population it well upon which is one of our maximum security facilities governor YVR is as he discusses this matter I think he sort of he sort of I I don't mean this to sound too harsh these little bit in the dark I I think he's a little bit out of his element I think governor Walker made a mistake when he was in office for eight years and he never visited a prison facility I in my rule I have visited many many prisons over the years judges in Wisconsin are actually required to visit prisons periodically I've been to Green Bay correctional I've been a wall pawn I've been to the juvenile facilities I've been to rid the Racine youthful offenders facility just to be clear as a visitor I've been to all those places as a visitor one of the things that governor YVR suggests is and all of our readers quote when we have people whose lives are being turned around in a negative way because they're incarcerated either for too long for crimes that don't need incarceration that's a moral issue for me I think that's why it's important he says that's why we're going to be successful from my standpoint with all due respect to the governor the prison system in Wisconsin is at the end of sort of a funnel you only get to the Wisconsin state prison system after you've been through a long line of the justice system you've been arrested for a crime you've been investigated by the police department the sheriff's department possibly the district attorney's office you had charges referred to the DA's office or to the attorney general's office to the local charging authority they review the charges so you're ready through sort of two steps of the process there if the district attorney's office decides to pursue charges then there has to be a finding of probable cause you go in front of a judge or a commissioner if you hear she finds probable cause the case progresses into the criminal justice system with criminal charges the one thing that I think needs to be made clear and I hope the governor and his people understand this and and and there are some state assembly pull some state representatives who are involved in this push or this movement as well a representative Shraddha who's a Republican from Oshkosh and representative Evan going key who's a Democrat from Milwaukee I know Mr Cokie he used to be a public defender in Milwaukee he's a very bright guy very very well meaning but one of the things that everyone needs to understand is that the prison system and the judges I should say already final out many many people hundreds actually thousands of people are set on other paths to deal with their problems other than prison governor YVR suggests and it's been suggested by him and others the well we should do more diversion programs I can tell you that there are many many diversion programs in Milwaukee county the district attorney Mister Chisholm is very very proactive on diversions he tries to keep people out of jail and out of the prison system in appropriate system inappropriate situations excuse me and the judges do that away as well when we come back I want to talk real briefly about the make up of the prison population in Wisconsin and then have interesting stuff story changing topics completely from Peggy Noonan about president trump this is David Brodsky you're in this in the W. T. M. J. WTMJ nights are you an over thinker hi Rick Adelman here hosted the rectal insure right here every weekend in three decades of serving folks like you and almond financial engines we've made a lot of folks were trapped because they were over thinking their financial decisions we get it this can be scary stuff you work really hard and.

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"governor evers" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"governor evers" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Welcome aboard. So glad to have you. We hope you enjoy all the goodies and everything and we begin with don't drop that Derk Dirk. Okay. Governor Evers or is it ever? I don't know. Am I supposed to pronounce it two different ways? Verse maybe verse? Or is it I maybe ever maybe I was supposed to pronounce it two different ways for that to be my colleague, just farted. What's the weird names is we, but okay, you pledge to get whatever David Andrew, Andrew conus basic sandwich. I could I could go for basic sandwich right about now. John Resendiz Jason Bakker sinking putts and Lincoln. What is with you guys this week? Okay. I get stuck with all these years better be fun to Boris Orico and pleased operating patriot names, I signed up to patron just to say that. Okay. Well, not all right. All right. Your thank you to greetings from Maryland's third district, the most gerrymandered district, and it's a pretty it's a pretty gerrymandered on Cornell skyer 's moist Ariaca, Liz venom this timeline is the best time line because it is a satire of the other times. That's gonna be on philosophers and space because that's a great one Alan Kerr, Matthew Howell, Bahadur and David McDonald. So I didn't get quite as many good ones as you. But I got two good ones. Yeah. What the what the heck? All right. And you know, speaking of Maryland's their district must gerrymander district. I just had a realize ation, and I want you kinda on this. I think Democrats should try to gerrymanders hard as we possibly can and for and you might say, oh, but isn't that make us just as bad? Well, maybe except that. I just thinking that's the only way that anything's ever going to be done about it. Because right, now, Republicans are massively benefiting. So if we say, hey, no fair. Let's stop this. They'll be like, nah. But if we just do we we have to just try to gerrymander even worse. And then they'll be okay. Okay. Okay. I we see there was a problem. Yes. Okay. And then it will get fixed. What do you think? So I wanna do a full episode on this on the. I have now been thrive alluded to the constitutional hardball law review article, and I've looked at some of the underlying research, and I I have complex thoughts. But I will tell you that I will save. All right. Well, then there we go. Yeah. Saved. That'll be a teaser for later show. Okay. Just gonna throw it at you to get a quick reaction by like, it's a nice tonight's teaser episode. So don't take jerem do take gerrymandering advice from me, but we'll see maybe Andria has some different area. Mattering advice? All right Thomas. Lot of people played in this week's non t t t t t t b question. I think the best submitted question came from haymaker that is at H E M A K E R on Twitter, and everyone should give heya follow. And check out the tree law question, but the best actual submission and winner for this week goes to Bruce Robinson who says TT's space law. If we can't have space law, then let's hear a sexy contract law question. So, Bruce, we're gonna give you what you ask for either a space law or sexy contract law question, and everyone give at Bruce j six twenty a follow on Twitter that is at B R U C J six two zero and congratulations for being this winter. All right. Well, that's our show. We future Andrew maybe can pop in and tell us what kind of bar exam question. I'm getting on Friday. I don't or not we'll say, but that was the in place of the t t t be this week. So I've had a I've had some time to recover and I'm going to get my head back in the game. For for Friday answer question. I'm realizing one hundred was a big landmark, and I wanted to be, you know, wanna be sixty four hundred. But if I go four for five, then I'll be sixty three for one hundred five which is also right? Isn't that? Also, sixty percent, whatever. Yeah. That's all sixty percent. So we'll if I can do that four out of five that's impossible. Thanks for listening. Everyone. Great show. Andrew has always you gave us some ups and downs. But ended on a nice positive note. And we will see you folks for rapid response you then..

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