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"greg june" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"To ease up on this and then they fall short in revenue by like a million Bucks or something because it is such a great way of beating money out of people's pockets right to threaten you with drivers and what else is government for the Nokia dry right but is it really really fair when it's got nothing to do with your driving is it really fair so did you or anybody ever you're ever knew loser driver's license over something that had nothing to do with driving one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five eight teenagers the fast traffic starting off at the Jersey bound gobbles bridge getting better news it looks like a craft that was previously on the Jersey turnpike offering has been cleared so it's getting a little bit better coming off the span but still slowdowns stretching all the way back on to the Staten Island expressway so you might wanna stick without a bridge crossing at least for the time being still also in Springfield we're getting word of a crash on route seventy eight west bound that's right around exit forty nine in the local lanes and we still got the laser disc got away right around two eighty seven on Stilton road still shut down due to a burst water main it Lennix city expressway eastbound you've got a crash just past the Pleasantville tolls and one for construction slowdown through magnolia read thirty both ways each a run down towards Warwick Rhode overall not terrible leaving New Jersey just yet the worst but the Holland tunnel from one in nine up to a ten fifteen minute delayed this report sponsored by Jeff Anderson and associates a new law help survivors of childhood sexual abuse take legal action Jeff Anderson and associates an attorney Greg June for Carl can help it's time to Jersey dot com it's time one eight hundred nine eighty self mainstreet Philipsburg traffic every fifteen minutes you're next reported three thirty three I'm Judy from Hyundai Jersey when a one point five there are always more ways to win on FanDuel sports book their money lines spreads totals teasers and more they have tons of that types to.
"greg june" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Of all sleep podcast. Oh possibly the emperor june thomas is here. I just wanna it'd be clear felix that this is not a podcast. It's just a precursor to see if i might be open to podcasting perfect okay one of these days. I'm gonna teach you about off. The record means okay. I'm okay but june is is a is a poor knife def- who doesn't really understand the ways of the world <hes> you who brought in a piece of paper. What is your piece of paper. It is a printout of the poem communities by alfred lord tennyson which clearly is the key to all of succession this because when we're getting a little ahead of ourselves in this episode so but a certain point logan brings back frank and he gives me watch and on the back of the watch is a quotation from this poem. I believe it says some work of noble note may yet be done and of course i mean that immediately suggested to me ulysses by alfred lord tennyson is indeed a poem. It's kind of poem poem about <hes> a lion in winter and <hes> kind of raging against the light and getting one less deal before you get snuffed out. That's logan. I i did not realize that it was tennyson because there was all of that talk before he got invited back to the corporate retreat in hungarian schloss schloss of shakespeare something so i just assumed it was shakespeare line. I didn't know <hes> but it's not now and it's my my in depth research. You know google google and just before we came into the studio reveal that tennis naturally wrote this after a close friend died so it's about the end of life but it was written fifty years before tenison died so it's maybe a little bit premature but you know you go and franco's knew it. He likes he immediately recited. The following line is kind of like you know subtle flex this charming fuck that he is yeah. That's why he's been brought in again because he's going to trump goes pierces so session we start at the top and make our way to that beautiful. We're gonna make away at that point and we can. We can speculate about the real life equivalents of frank <hes> but yeah <hes> this is pretty much the the darkest cruelest. I episode of succession. I think i've ever seen yes. Oh yeah i mean the episode is called hunting and ostensibly. That's a reference to the retreat but really this episode is about logan hunting for snakes and rats and his house and finding those who betrayed him and it's the opening scene is greg june. Dan was alluding to sitting with the journalists saying you know we're not meeting. This is just a precursor to me. Dang i want to jump in here. Of course we're just going to be like quoting lines to hold on my think. My favorite line of the entire episode comes right to talk about greg says i'm a time pressed executive. Yes of of course he's very important and i think i think she reassures him. At some point she says i know you've been in many meetings many things but i feel like greg trek has this one line which sort of sets up the whole episode essentially when he he calls his uncle logan he calls him scary addictive paranoid and violent and basically that's what this episode is. That's what the big scene build stu godless. Is it foreshadowing a little foreshadowing a little bit of foreshadowing hearing episode three. I don't think it's too self aggrandizing to hope. I might have some wisdom to part. There is no time like the present would needs to be discreet. I don't wanna make my uncle mad because he could be well. He can be scary indicative paranoid and violent indicative sorry none of this. I'm not actually saying that yet. Oh would you like this meeting <hes> to be on background but this isn't you can't. I said anything. It did look great. If if you want this to be anonymous you have to say that from the outset. You can't do that retroactively. No because this isn't a meeting this you can't. That's that's not fair. That's unfair yeah and then basically this is all built up to getting to that retreat we go to the boardroom. We learn that logan now. I want to make another run for this company p._g._m. Pierce which i think is the in the real world is the wall street journal basically and the pierce. His family is the bancroft. Isn't that what you think also feel like you told me that so. I have been very careful and diligent religion about not watching the episodes before we talk about them. However i have read various various things in the hollywood reporter and by ed lee in the new york times about how that is going to be some kind of salzburger bancroft dish clan turning up later later on in the season. I believe holly hunter's the matriarch. Although i saw the preview that jerry jones seems to be matriarchal to or maybe jerry jones is the may if you're not entirely sure we will find out <hes> given how much talk we've had of p._s. and p._g._m. One has to assume that this big <hes> newspaper. Eh liberal ish respected news organization <unk> family. <hes> is moral nurse of course the big difference being that neither the suspect has the bancroft had gotta know the bancroft had any semblance of a t._v. Network right that's why i had elements of b sky b coming in which obviously is not a direct parallel and they never going to make direct right parallels but there's oh they make dire but they outfits. Get them slight episode ever so slightly but yeah i mean there was also talk about p._s. This being like the amount they were going to have to pay was going to be twenty. Billion dollars has an part of the reason to buy is the if they load up with twenty billion dollars of debt in order to do so that makes them too big for you know sandy sandy in st louis to to stomach widely. It's it's it's a snake. Taking on a crocodile is too awesome line which again just to in terms of real life. Neither the the new york times company nor dow jones was ever worth anywhere near twenty billion dollars so you know we're not clear exactly what the parallels might be unless emily you have something in mind i mean the parallels did seem to me a little bit like rupert murdoch going after the wall street journal. It's the same kind of thing. He wanted it for for a really long time. It's very prestigious you know his company is kind of this trashy. What what's this whole thing. That jerry brings up in the boardroom logan served a party service wore white wine <hes> effectively as sort of a bad review of a charity party in one of their publications. I think somebody else also suggested that it's what uncle you and watches so we haven't seen in this season but i i miss uncle you and the other says to a roman. My parents watch that that's like actual news another point. I think shift kind of says something like if we buy appears. It's like who's gonna actually report. The news like this is a real problem. I just feel like take. It reminded me of back. When murdoch was hunting the journal or you know at the time you can go back. I would actually go back a few years before that <hes> mhm to two thousand when times mirror which was this kind of schlocky media chain spend eight billion billion dollars mostly in debt to buy up tribune which and the time was a highly respectable meteoroid which not only the chicago tribune but also the los angeles times times and i feel like it's more similar to that again you know the parallels you maybe it's a little bit of a stretch but in any case this is this is the the new macguffin this is the mig macguffin is driving the whole season at least sofa is is logan really going to you know put his entire company at risk and raise twenty billion a ah debt to buy peace and he the size in the middle of this massive clocks award that he has going on with sandy and julie that he's going to like the entire family basically on the corporate jet which i'm sure would not be allowed. According to <hes> you know corporate you know the the i'm sure there will be someone saying no you come every single member of your family on the same page ships at home and shipped back at home his back talk about connor. Hey guys we have to talk about of course we have to talk about china but he puts them on the jet all of his senior executives on this jet and they will fly off to this loss in <hes> hungry for what is being billed as a morale-boosting corporate retreat. It made me realize how every corporate retreat i've ever been on was doing it totally wrong wrong and while mohawk might have been maddest sometimes they had no reason to were so good never never doc never shuts it for also never made people act like boars so obviously totally failing at corporate retreating. I'm there is no scramble for sausage on the floor. Therefore no morale was boosted no so yes so basically logan brings everyone to to hungary hungry way has two things in particular that he's angry about one is that someone has talked talked to the to his biographer and he's angry about that because he doesn't want anyone to talk to his biographer and number two is that someone someone has leaked to the family that he's interested in buying them and in another one of those wonderful lyons when his bank because talking to him about life. We're going to try and buy p._s. It's going to be very it's delicate like french kissing and amadeo like he's like we need to to be very very very very careful about how exactly we approach them of course roman being the complete up just budges ahead by getting his girlfriend to like do something with her ex girlfriend annette he so he's one of one of our many xs is a pierce and so he gets her he gets that pierced his contacts from tabitha and <hes> he said <hes> how are you factor and he says fuck everyone and she of course is not you so june. I'm glad the your your head this episode because you can speculate wildly about roman sexuality well. I think the the sexuality of all of the roy's is basically. They don't make partnerships for sex they make partnerships for is like old royle's right. You just have to find somebody who's the right religion in in luke's right and unlike the royals <hes> can breed. I mean it doesn't seem like any of the science of the roy. Family really are married for love or fancying. It's all you know they're. They're monarchical marriages right yeah but it's it does seem like shiv. I think at some point in this episode calls her husband. Tom meat puppet making it very clear what she actually thinks of him and his role but then she does go out and kind of like have have this. I guess one night stand what this kind of this actor dude who has no screens at home his news only from comedians so she does have some kind have like sexual appetite. It would seem the i think she has a sexual appetite. I'm interested in whether roman has a sexual appetite and if so what it might be he had that moment with jerry towards the end they have yes jerry that was lovely when he asked do people often make moves on you and she said well yeah but they're usually over eighteen. That was a very sweet jerry is the greatest i mean obviously. Obviously you know very capable of any sudden movement. I would totally pounce on your right now..
"greg june" Discussed on Slate Money
"Oh possibly the emperor june thomas is here. I just wanna it'd be clear felix that this is not a podcast. It's just a precursor to see if i might be open to podcasting perfect okay one of these days. I'm gonna teach you about off. The record means okay but june is is a is a poor knife def- who doesn't really understand the ways of the world <hes> you who brought in a piece of paper. What is your piece of paper. It is a printout of the poem when you lucy's by alfred lord tennyson which clearly is the key to all of succession. I'm so into this because when we're getting a little ahead of ourselves in this episode so but a certain point logan brings back frank and he gives me watch and on the back of the watch is a quotation from this poem. I believe it says some work of noble note may yet be done and of course i mean that immediately suggested to me ulysses by alfred lord tennyson is indeed a poem. It's kind of poem poem about <hes> a lion in winter and <hes> kind of raging against the light and getting one less deal before you get snuffed out. That's logan. I i did not realize that it was tennyson because there was all of that talk before he got invited back to the corporate retreat in hungarian schloss schloss of shakespeare something so i just assumed it was shakespeare line. I didn't know <hes> but it's not now and it's my my in depth research. You know google google and just before we came into the studio reveal that tennis naturally wrote this after a close friend died so it's about the end of life but it was written fifty years before tenison died so it's maybe a little bit premature but you know you go and franco's knew it. He likes he immediately recited. The following line is kind of like you know subtle flex this charming fuck that he is yeah. That's why he's been brought in again because he's going to trump goes pierces so session we start at the top and make our way to that beautiful. We're gonna make away at that point and we can. We can speculate about the real life equivalents of frank <hes> but yeah <hes> this is pretty much the the darkest cruelest. I episode of succession. I think i've ever seen yes. Oh yeah i mean the episode is called hunting and ostensibly. That's a reference to the retreat but really this episode is about logan hunting for snakes and rats and his house and finding those who betrayed him and it's the opening scene is greg june. Dan was alluding to sitting with the journalists saying you know we're not meeting. This is just a precursor to me. Dang i want to jump in here. Of course we're just going to be like quoting lines to hold on my think. My favorite line of the entire episode comes right to talk about greg says i'm a time pressed executive. Yes of of course he's very important and i think i think she reassures him. At some point she says i know you've been in many meetings many things but i feel like greg trek has this one line which sort of sets up the whole episode essentially when he he calls his uncle logan he calls him scary addictive paranoid and violent and basically that's what this episode is. That's what the big scene build stu godless. Is it foreshadowing. Maybe a little foreshadowing a little bit of foreshadowing hearing episode three. I don't think it's too self aggrandizing to hope. I might have some wisdom to part..
"greg june" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"News and insight and analysis from Bloomberg politics, if the president veto, they will override it. Bloomberg government what we're talking about. Here is a tax cut Bloomberg law. This is where the lawyers are going to start earning their money. This is politics policy power and law on Bloomberg radio. We're live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, I'm Amy Morris and coming up a so-called hard. Brexit could be a huge negative for the UK. But what about the EU or the US? I'm Peter Barnes. BBC gets a boost from the secretary of state. I'm June Grasso is a lot of moral outrage over the college admissions scandal, but will that turn into actual prison sentences for any of the parents, but first a check on the markets from Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett. Greg June starts talking the market goes further into the green. That's great. It's all your fault stature gaining as investors digest a dovish lurched by policymakers in the United States the dollar rebounded after yesterday's loss. While government bonds every treated Andrew sheets, Morgan Stanley tells Bloomberg the market he thinks has hit what he's calling a resistance level. We're having a little difficulty with that audience up. We check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day here on Bloomberg radio, the S and P five hundred is up nine tenths percent up. Twenty six Dow Jones industrial average is up nine percent up two hundred twenty two and the NASDAQ is up one point one percent of eighty five. The ten year is up one thirty-second yield is two point five two percents. West Texas intermediate crude oil spent most of the morning in the green announced drifted down a tenth of a percent at sixty eighteen a barrel. Comex gold's up six tenths percent at thirteen. Oh, nine eighty and out. The dollar-yen is at one ten eighty five euros valid thirteen fifty nine the British pound a dollar thirty sixty six as we look at the s p we see that the ten out of the eleven sectors are up the only sector that's down. Financials are just edging into the red the best performer information technology is up one point nine percent. Facebook has disclosed a flaw on its social net. Network made passwords of hundreds of millions of users visible to employee's and say the issue has now been fixed during security review in January Facebook found the password restored a readable format against its security procedures Facebook right now is down six tenths of one percent. That's a Bloomberg business flash politics policy. Power in law is underway..
"greg june" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Actual day. We'd both love we've loved the show. I'm sorry. Oh one day. She comes back. She goes, I she has a dream about her daughter's elementary school teacher. Right. And then she mentioned it to another mom, and then it spreads all throughout the school. But what was your gigantic? Shoutout to that show. I'm sorry. And only shows I don't I've never heard of that woman. Her name is Andrew savvy was on episodes for a while. And she also played a president Montas on veep. Oh, yeah. She she is for my money, the funniest woman on television right now. Really good, yours your dream. Right. So I had a dream that I was hanging out with Bill Belichick K, and he was so much fun to hang out with really, and he was laughing and joking. He said all that stuff during the season. That's just for show. This is who I really am. What does that dreaming? Yeah. That's what that during meals thing. No. But I've heard that about Bella check. I think somewhere you've heard it too. And it just came to the four hundred dollars. About is Gregg Popovich say well, pops a great guy when he's not doing a sideline report, you know, Bella chick. If you talk to people that have played for them will say, he's a great guy. But he's just such a grump with the media that that he forgets I think guys like pop, and and Bella check forget that the media is their window to the public. So everybody thinks those guys are jerks. I sure Bella check is by the way Belichick has the distinction of being if not there's one of two people that was the worst interview ever done this show one in these were in the early Jerry Krause, Jerry Krause or Bill bell joke. Neither one of us is they were both on terrible. But I have a feeling that Belcher has assigned to them that that showed up in your dream that is actually real. So you don't interpret it anyway. No, greg. What you did you Greg June? How do you interpret that dream? I think the same way that we played the music for you think it was a it was he was stoned. And it just came out that way. What's your theory that somehow I've made peace with the Super Bowl? Interesting. How I Finally I think if a psychiatrist was here, they would say you're maybe on to let go of all of the the anguish I had when the Rams lost in the Super Bowl to the patch. And we can we make it in mission here on the Rams station. Patriots deserved a win. Rams didn't play good enough to win that game. They missed us girly. They didn't play smart. Jared Goff had a terrible game. Yep. And it came down to the fourth quarter. They had a chance to win it. They Wayne Phillips was the best thing about the Rams that day. No defense played really well. But at Brandon coaxing aim was there for Brandin cooks not drop that touchdown pass. It would have been it would have been in. They would have been ten ten the game was there for the taking in the fourth quarter and the patriots took it. Yes. So I'm glad to see you've made peace..
"greg june" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A lawyer's added. The most workers in ten months as wage gains, accelerated and labor force participation jumped reflecting a robust job market that nevertheless basis. Mounting risks in two thousand nineteen but first a check on the markets from Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett on this Friday, Greg June. Green is such a soothing color on a Friday SNP open higher stayed higher after data indicates a spike in hiring last month. There was a company by faster wage growth, an increasing participation abruptly tamp down concerned that the recession was growing likely stocks surged the session highs after Jerome Powell said the fed is flexible and officials are listening carefully to the financial markets futures advance Stephen overnight on news, the US in China will hold trade talks next week. Alan Krueger with Princeton tells Bloomberg the jobs numbers are parents proving the fed is right. I think the fed could be more data dependent. I think. Preset course, and we'll probably see fewer rate increases. Headwinds that we have been developing late December early this year. Aren't reflected in this report. But it shows that the actions that the fed was taken through the end of last year. To me to be pretty well justified. We check the markets every fifteen minutes route the trading day here on Bloomberg radio. The s&p five hundred is up two point nine percent up. Seventy Dow is up two and three quarters percent up six hundred twenty eight NASDAQ's up three point eight percent. Two hundred forty four. Ten years down twenty-seven, thirty seconds. The yield two point six five percents..
"greg june" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The dynamics of the racist, bro, changing money policy. Trump has been very clear that he really wants to roll these relations back power. They aren't gonna give up include arsenal law most important witness be their economic experts built way news, insight and analysis from Bloomberg politics, if the president vetoes did they will override it. Bloomberg government what we're talking about. Here is a tax cut Bloomberg law. This is where the lawyers are going to start earning their money. This is politics policy power and law on Bloomberg radio. Why from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, I'm Amy Morris in coming up this hour. President Trump blames the fad for a market selloff as the China. Trade war continues, June Grosso as Florida residents begin. Recovery efforts from hurricane Michael many of FEMA senior roles remain unfilled. But first, let's get a check on the markets from Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett, Greg June. It's been up and down since the open right now. All three indices in the US are down again after a bit of a rally if this holds this will extend the longest losing streak of Donald Trump's presidency tech. Stocks have moved up just a bit again. Krista Mamani opened the Heimer Oppenheimer funds chief investment officer tells Bloomberg data showed the economy is still fine and markets should be to earnings should be reasonably good. We have we still have an uptrend is still in place, despite the correction, we have seen these types of corrections before so this too shall pass. We're checking the markets every fifteen minutes reps trading day here on Bloomberg radio. S&p five hundred's down seven tenths of a percent. Dow eighteen thousand one half of one percent down one hundred thirty eight the NASDAQ is down a tenth of a percent down six ten years. Little change. Yielded three point one six percent. West Texas intermediate crude is down one point. Now make that down two percent now at seventy one seventy three a barrel. Comex gold is up two and a half percent at twelve twenty three forty announced the dollar yen won twelve twenty seven the dollar fifteen sixty seven and the British pound a dollar thirty one ninety five a quick look at the SNP pie chart shows only two of the elements of the chart are in the green. There are eleven elements. Best performer is information tech, but energy down. One point seven percent is dragging the rest of the SNP down. That is a Bloomberg business flash. Now, politics policy, power.
"greg june" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg radio. Politics. The change in the dynamics of the racist, bro exchange money policy. Trump has been very clear that he really wants to roll these regulations back power. They give up their include our most important witness what we dare economic experts built way. News insight and analysis from Bloomberg politics, if the president vetoes, they will overriding, Bloomberg government, we're talking about here is a tax cut Bloomberg law. This is where the lawyers are going to start earning their money. This is politics policy power and law on Bloomberg radio. I'm Amy Morris. Coming up this hour. President Trump says he controls the fate of NAFTA. But you might not hold all the cards. Peter Barnes as North Carolina prepares for hurricane Florence. We'll see if the state's weaker building codes could hurt residents. President Trump rolling back Obama era methane rules, but legal challenges are sure to follow. I look at a check on the markets from Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett. Hi, Greg June stocks for bounce back well into positive territory after a brief pullback following a presidential tweet on China trade talks to some perceived as negative the pound had also been drifting after the Bank of England kept ranks rates steady as expected grow stronger as the greenback slips Charles do my TES lumbar tells Bloomberg UK economy cannot over heat under current conditions. No one knows. Jason. The.
"greg june" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Com Seventeen let's go over to the Johnson, Bank sports desk he's Doug Russell or the Illinois. Park Jane were game two of, the series between the, brewers and the reds didn't quite go as planned a drive in the right and deep and big trouble and that The, junior garra allowed two earned runs over five and the third Travis Shaw had its. Twenty six home, run of the season and the brewers scored four times in the first inning so how is it that Milwaukee lost to Cincinnati by a score of nine two seven WTMJ's Greg Matzek explains the red, scored three, times in. The third and four in the fourth five of. The reds, runs in those innings on earned a collection of airs infield hits and defensive miscues turned. A spark into a conflagration and turn four, run? Brewers lead into a, two run deficit brewers manager Craig counsel there's, a lot, of strange plays in that. Inning I. Mean that was one of the stranger things you'll ever. See ball non pirates to one running three runs after a ground ball right here right one. Of our players Cincinnati. Scored a pair in the ninth break a seven. Seven tie scooters solo home run off. Dan Jennings proved to be the game winning run excellent use of the word conflagration by the way by junior doesn't get nearly enough usage does not there, you go Degree of difficulty, points for Greg June Aguirre again allowed. Two earned runs over five, and a third Freddie Peralta we'll, hope for a little bit better tonight. This afternoon rather for the. Brewers Robert Stevenson will pitch for the reds against Peralta our coverage begins at twelve thirty five on WTMJ and the associated Bank brewers. Radio network elsewhere the cardinals beat the dodgers five to two so Saint Louis, now, leads the wild card race over Milwaukee by just a half game the football historically. The Packers have, field of the bulk of their projected starters in the third preseason game don't expect that to be the case Friday night in Oakland though Aaron Rodgers and the starting offensive line have run with the, scout team, this week. Coach Mike McCarthy women met it playing football on. The Oakland, a.'s baseball field has to be some cause for concern both teams play on it it's. Really part of your pre game know make, sure? Got the right shoes, on getting out there and get comfortable coming, off the, grass on the dirt the. Packers sealed. Friend Jordy Nelson by the way on Friday night. Our. Coverage will start at six o'clock you're on WTMJ college football the four th ranked Wisconsin badgers. Open up their And a week from Friday night. Opening night can't come soon. Enough for freshman tight.
"greg june" Discussed on Shareable
"So that's who's on the line and that's what we're going to so let's great get right into the first of all hello to guests guests hello hello awesome let's start with you gregg tell us about who you are and what you're all about yes so my name's greg june's i am a first time entrepreneur more importantly and more exciting we afoot the real were uh four years marine corps infantryman deployed to iraq two thousand seven or two thousand eight got out had a horrible transition in 2010 leaving the marine corps drugs alcohol divorce to spoke about my wife completely so i decided to go back to war as a private military contractor for four years are pouring throughout afghanistan iraq and kuwait living in caves tents given shara getting blown up all sorts of things now i decided to start a company here chicago that helps military veterans transition out of the military and find happiness in their life opera service to follow but that is why it's on really dangerous and i guess entrepreneurship is a little bit like your military experience i'm sure you've experienced that i'll save my life is not nearly as exciting as a branch nominees tricks and investor pitch whisperer and the ceo of a brand strategy outfit called so marketing but more importantly i am the author of this really really kick asked book called branding is sex get your customer laid and sell the hell out of anything.
"greg june" Discussed on KOMO
"Maggie rulli abc news washington montana republican greg june forty was sworn in the congress wednesday one month after a clash with a reporter abc's are signs is on capitol hill four weeks after allegedly body slamming a reporter greg gene forte raised his hand on the house floor as house speaker paul ryan swore him in the congress i do congratulations you're now a member of one hundred feet congress last week the montana republican pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault she and forte avoided jail time but he was ordered to pay a fine performance community service antique angermanagement training arlette signs abc news capitol hill president trump posting a rally in cedar rapids iowa there're he told the crowd that may mexico doesn't need to pay for the border wall after all thinking of something that unique we're talking about the southern border lots of sun lots of heat with thinking about building the wall as a solar wall so it creates ana and pays for itself in case you missed it more news more traffic more avoid you need to know from the northwest's news station stay connected stay informed komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven and streaming live at komonewscomfire now life beat with marina iraq and jordan on komo news we all eat junk from time to time skip veggies here and there may be forget eat fruit but according to register dietician can larson you don't wanna make that a regular way of life she tells me about a new study from the journal of the american medical association that takes a look at ten different dietary factors and their relationship to mortality from heart
"greg june" Discussed on KOMO
"About your weekend coming up about fifteen minutes in june eleven the ratings are in an estimated nineteen and a half million viewers tuned in to watch former fbi director james combing testify about his conversations with president trump any investigation into russia's alleged meddling in the election for comparison more than thirty million people watch president trump's inauguration here are the latest headlines denied the house intelligence committee gave the white house two weeks to hand over any tapes that might exist the president did not give it a wreck dancer on the existence of any tapes today and of lawmakers ask for the memos colmey admitted that he gave to afraid to leak to a reporter today president trump declared kobe's testimony of no collusion no obstruction he's the leaker excuse the president also hit back on colmey claimed that he said he hoped colmey would let go of the fbi investigation into former national security advisor michael flynn and that he asked for is loyalty i didn't say that so he lied about that well i did say that i i will tell you i did he said when asked if he would be willing to speak about the conversations under oath the frozen it said one hundred percent on monday montana congressman alike greg june four tabled pleaded guilty to assault he was the one who is accused of body slaving reporter the day before he was elected last month forte had already apologized and reached a civil settlement with that reporter been jacobs you don't want to.
"greg june" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"To russia black hole of idiocy please remember how obama wish bird to the roof skis i'll have more flexibility after the election and that was cool but according to an anonymous source reading a bar tab over the phone to some credulous washington post hack one of trump's relatives alerted of vodka once at its trays of trains a trains and treason kirch lichter says the left is shocked that the right has now stopped carrying about the old rules since for so long the left relied on the right to subordinate its human instincts and conform to those rules even when the left ignored the we refused to stoop to their level it for a long time we were quote better than that but you you can only have one side being better than that for so long before people get schick of being the butt of the hypocrisy hypocrisy is poised not because it makes people stop knowing right from wrong but because it makes its victims stop caring about right and wrong then jacobs the reporter got smacked around and millions of us just don't give a damn he says we all know it was wrong for greg june forte to beat up ben jacobs but we also know the general attitude of media's that when we conservatives get beat up by leftists it's perfectly excusable even laudable and thanks to the fact that twitter is forever we now know that this reporter ben jacobs himself specifically thought it was a okay to slug conservative kids there's a tweet up apparently that this been jacob shut out a while ago where he seems to justify a sixteen year old conservative kid getting punched in the mouth and that was okay with this guy that got his clashes broken by greg jim forte schlichter says this is a good thing none of this has nothing to be proud of we should not be happy that our society is heading toward the lowest common denominator which itself is in freefall but the alternative he says is worse should we allow ourselves to continue to be figuratively and literally beaten up while smiling at our own purity secure in the knowledge that even though our dignity and freedom are strip from us we have not fought back not happening he says letting these bastards play by their own rules and thereby crush it seems pretty high price to pay just to gain.
"greg june" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"They do it and it's fine but we do it in its armageddon he says the shame jerks screaming for bill o'reilly scalp worship bill clinton and his drunken pervert ebeling pseudo wife or take the trump russia black hole of idiocy please remember how obama wish to the rush skis i'll have more flexibility after the election and that was cool but according to an anonymous source reading a bar tab over the phone to some credulous washington post hack one of trump's relatives alerted a vodka once trays of treason treason treason kirch letter says the left is shocked that the right has now stopped carrying about the old rules since for so long the left relied on the right to subordinate its human instinct and conform to those rules even when the left ignored them we refused to snoop to their level it for a long time we were quote better than that but you can only have one side being better than that for so long before people get sick of being the butt of the hypocrisy hypocrisy is poised not because it makes people stop knowing right from wrong but because it makes its victims stop caring about right and wrong then jacobs the reporter got smacked around and millions of us just don't give a damn he says we although it was wrong for greg june four day to beat up then jacobs but we also know the general attitude of media is that when we conservatives get beat up by leftist his perfectly excusable even laudable and thanks to the fact that twitter is forever we now know that this reporter ben jacobs himself specifically thought it was a okay to slug conservative kids there's a tweet apparently the been jacob shut out a while ago where he seems to justify a sixteen year old conservative kid getting punched in the mouth and that was okay with this guy that got his clashes broken by greg jim forte schlichter says this is a good.
"greg june" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Campaign donald j trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states shortly after taking office the president signed a first executive order that was also blocked by the courts this version which dropped any over references to religion was opposed to stand up to judicial scrutiny the administration it said the threat of terrorism justifies the band the dissenting judges agreed the real losers in this case or the millions of individual americans whose security is threatened on a daily basis by those who seek to do was harm the white house is still awaiting another ruling by a separate court the measure may end up at the supreme court republicans are celebrating in montana this weekend voters they are elected greg and forty to serve as the state's loan congressman replacing ryan zinke who's now secretary of the department of interior but opponents say gene forty fought his way to victory here's correspondent jerry peterson i should not have responded in the way that i did and for that i'm sorry victorious greg june forty apologized directly to the reporter who were accused jim forty of body slamming him i should not have treated that reporter that way and for that i'm sorry mr ben jacobs on wednesday the guardian newspaper released an audio recording of the confrontation after jacobs estrogen forty his stance on the house healthcare legislation jim forty was later charged with misdemeanor assault speaking with it the last night did the same day the yes you lost dan you just body finally broke by us that's not the person i am and it's not the way all lead in the state house speaker paul ryan was among the republicans urging jim forty through apologize should the gentleman apologize yeah i think he should apologise republicans poured millions into this race president trump even put out a robo chrome he's a wonderful guy he knows how to win he's gonna win the new gm forties supporters appeared to take his apology face value think this puts it behind him i honestly do i think you know this is this is part of life republican leaders say gm forties victory is a vindication for the white house you see this as a vote not just for the launch an on but for the president.
"greg june" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Has left his got nowhere else to go i'll before we get to the those kind of wrap up your final thoughts on gm forte from the washington post a general marty in a two thousand fifteen talk at montana bible college june four said the idea of retirement doesn't exactly match his religious beliefs we've got the solemn the you know that way yet that was my second choice for college the he unigate accepted there are cut a place there's nothing in the bible at talks about retirement and yet it's been accepted concept in our culture today it's like doors and say well he was a good and faithful servant so he went to the beach no it doesn't say that's the though the beach new congressman greg june forte from montana was for the next one and you think back in the example i think of his noah held was no when he built a six hundred well of course he was he wasn't like cashing social security checks he wasn't hanging out he was working right so i think we have an obligation to work now the wall we have in work may change over time but the concept the retirement is not the local that makes no sense so noah was like six honored needed good social security he get worked on up to the days of his does soldiers you did all people stop being sold damn lazy this is how the new congressman from the state of montana wall eight four four nine six seven two.
"greg june" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"While police keep rolling monday nights concert bombing eight people are now in custody we are now carrying out associated searches in relation to those arrests number of addresses chief police constable ian hopkins britain's queen visited wounded kids at a children's hospital dozens were injured in a terror attack that left twenty two dead and british officials are upset about us leaks of information on the suicide bomber and his device i will make clear to president trump is intended in such a shared between our law enforcement agencies must ramon secure she'll do that at a gathering of our nato allies in brussels where fox's simon owen his live and we've lost our connection with simon owen in brussels as the president continues to hold talks with different eu leaders he just met with the president of france emmanuel macron so celebrating what he called an incredible victory and one of the eu presidents after meeting with president trump this morning donald tusk says he's not sure european and american officials share a common position on russia voters will congressman today in montana in one of the candidates is mired in controversy does republican greg june fourteen now charged with misdemeanor assaults yes guardian reporter ben jacobs's gina forte body slammed as he tried to ask questions last nigerian fourday claims jacob sugar a quarter in his face and jacobs grabbed june four days rest and they ended up on the ground the democratic congressional committee not wasting an opportunity here jumping on it releasing facebook ads calling on june four dated drop out of the race now already three of montana major newspapers are withdrawing their endorsement of gm forte that's fox's grave chickens the polls open in an hour fox news.