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Fresh update on "illinois" discussed on John Williams

John Williams

01:59 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "illinois" discussed on John Williams

"We were talking about speeding about tailgating last week a lot Tiger Woods was one of the stories terrible shooting on Lake Shore Drive was another. Mentioned it on the Mincing Rascals podcast in Austin Burke from the Illinois Policy Institute, said that there is a phenomenon in this country as the pandemic started of people speeding crazy fast, he said, If you look up the number of tickets issued for folks doing 100 miles an hour over the speed limit, it's twice what it was in Kansas, it's 60% higher than in California. They had before etcetera, etcetera. This article I have is from last fall. But that would have made it half a year into the pandemic. And I presume the numbers are the same authorities and four oaks, North Carolina, This is an AP Story said A man faces several charges. After being arrested for hitting 187 Miles an hour on interstate 95 over the Labor Day weekend, 187 nearly tripling the posted speed limit. I just say that it's 65 to make sure you and I both know that's not a typo. That's his fast is Indy cars go. Yeah. Cooper said the man eventually crashed. And no one was injured because God wanted that guy to live. He's being held on $125,000 bond. It was the latest incident in a rash of speeding nationwide is some drivers now take advantage of roads and highways emptied by the Corona virus pandemic. It's a trend that's continuing. Even the states get back to normal. The Iowa State Patrol recorded a 101% increase. January through August of last year over the four year average and tickets for speeds exceeding 100 miles an hour with the 75% increase for tickets. At speeds of 25 miles an hour or more over the posted limit, which gets you close to 100 on most highways. California Highway Patrol officers issued more than 15,000 tickets last summer for speeds in excess of 100 miles an hour more than 100% increase over the same time a year ago. Santa Rosa Division of the police tweeted. In June of last year, a photo of a laser speed device recording a car doing 127 miles an hour. In Ohio State troopers have issued 2200 tickets for driving more than 100 miles an hour over the speed.

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Cook County Halt Johnson & Johnson Vaccines, Scramble to Reschedule Appointments

Chris Plante

01:19 min | 2 hrs ago

Cook County Halt Johnson & Johnson Vaccines, Scramble to Reschedule Appointments

"35,000 appointments will be made available for the vaccine at three o'clock today in Cook County for those 16 and over and those appointments are for the mass vaccination cited includes only Fizer and Moderno vaccines. Now the county is halted the use of Johnson and Johnson, while the CDC and the FDA investigate a number of cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot. And individuals were reported ABC is Ava Pilgrim. It's really important to note this type of blood clot was seen in combination with low levels of blood platelets, and the treatment of this specific type of blood clot is different from the treatment that might typically be administered. Now, nearly seven million people have gotten the J and J vaccine at this point. Johnson and Johnson responding, saying in a statement. The safety and well being of our people who use our products is our number one priority. At present, no clear causal relationship has been established between these rare events and the vaccine. CDC recommends people who have received a James J vaccine and developed severe headaches, abdominal pain, leg pain or shortness of breath within three weeks of inoculation to contact their health care provider. Meantime, Illinois health officials have halted all use of the J and J vaccines providers or to use Madonna and Fizer. The same goes for Indiana. If you're headed there to try and get a

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Fresh update on "illinois" discussed on Reset

Reset

02:34 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "illinois" discussed on Reset

"And the world. Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying officials in New York say they're joining other states and suspending use of the Johnson and Johnson Covad 19 vaccine. The CDC in FDA have raised concerns about rare blood clots following administration of the shot. NPR's Brian Mann has the latest Federal agencies say they've identified six cases where women developed blood clots. After receiving the J and J vaccine. They've called for a pause in its distribution. New York Health Commissioner Howard Zucker said. Health care provider statewide will follow the recommendation. Hooker said People in New York who have an appointment for the J and J vaccine, will instead received a dose of the visor vaccine. So far, roughly seven million doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine have been administered nationwide. Sucker noted that adverse reactions appeared to be extremely rare. But he said people who've received the J and J vaccine should contact a health provider if they experienced severe headaches, abdominal pain, leg pain or shortness of breath. Ryan Man. NPR NEWS. Derek show Vin's attorney is set to begin making his case to jurors today that they should not convict the former Minneapolis police officer of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd. Mad Sepik of Minnesota Public radio reports. Defense now follows more than two weeks of prosecution testimony. Defense attorney Eric Nelson hopes to raise doubt in the mind of a least one juror that Floyd's death was the result of health problems and drug use, not sustained pressure from show van's knee on his neck. Prosecutors wrapped up their case yesterday, calling to the stand Floyd's brother, Phil owners, who recalled their childhood together in Houston. He just was like a person that Everybody loved around the community. He he just knew how to make people feel better. The defense is expected to finish presenting its case by week's end, with closing arguments from both sides likely to start next Monday. For NPR News. I met Sepik in Minneapolis President Biden and members of Congress are paying tribute to slain U. S. Capitol Police Officer William Where Billy Evans, his body lies in honor and the returned A. He was killed and fellow officer was injured on April 2nd after a man crashed his vehicle into a Capitol building barrier. At today's Memorial Service Majority Leader Chuck Schumer eulogized Officer Evans today wear hollow with loss, but one day Police memory will feel like a blessing. If through all of life's tragedies. Really could search every moment for that spark of joy. So can we. Evans was killed just months after his colleague, officer Brian Sick. Nick died during the trump fueled insurrection Sick. Nick was also given the rare tribute of lying in honor in the Capitol Rotunda. At last check on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrial average was down 121 points at 33,623. This is NPR news. It is 11, 04 and 48 degrees. Sunny Skies and Lisa, lobbyist with WB. Easy News. Ah, doctor who has been combating vaccines. Skepticism in Illinois is concerned about news today about rare blood clots linked to the Johnson and Johnson. Shot, he says. That might increase vaccine hesitancy. Dr. Zachary Reuben is an allergist at Northwestern Medicine. When we have more more people clamoring to say that these vaccines are safe people are. I'm already seeing online that people are claiming that this isn't even a vaccine. There's still spreading that this information s so I think this is going to end up stoking more fear. Rubin says there are still many unknowns after reports six women out of nearly seven million people develop severe blood clotting. After receiving the Johnson and Johnson window shot. Anybody who has received that vaccine who develops any severe headaches, abdominal pain, leg pain, shortness of breath within three weeks after getting the shot should contact their health provider. Local health departments in Illinois and across the country have paused, giving the shot Illinois House Democrats are holding public hearings across the state. It's part of an effort to get input on the.

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Man who was with Adam Toledo at time of police shooting is back in custody

WGN Programming

01:13 min | 3 d ago

Man who was with Adam Toledo at time of police shooting is back in custody

"Police are seeking additional charges against 21 year old Reuben Roman of the city's Edgewater neighborhood, and police say he was there when officers shot and killed 13 year old Adam Toledo during the overnight hours of March, 29 Roman at the time, was charged with misdemeanors and released. He was taken back into custody tonight on an outstanding unrelated warrant. CPD says Toledo, the 13 year old was armed when he was shot. Body and dash cam videos expected to be made public by mid next week after Toledo's family has a chance to review it. Also learning tonight from 15th Ward Alderman Raymond Lopez that CPD is already planning to move some officers round in preparation for a possible reaction from city residents. Once that body and dash cam evidence is released to the public that days, often vacations will be canceled. Officers will be switching to the 12 hours shift details W G. And he's worried it'll negatively impact residents in high crime areas. In the South and West sides those that are doing prime gangbangers drug dealers everybody they know that if police are pulled out of the district that the opportunity to do bad Increases because the response time will be greater because no one will be around to apprehend them. Illinois health officials

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Fresh update on "illinois" discussed on Was jetzt?

Was jetzt?

01:08 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "illinois" discussed on Was jetzt?

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Wet Notes - 4-9-21

Scuba Shack Radio

07:46 min | 4 d ago

Wet Notes - 4-9-21

"This is wet notes here scuba shock radio for april ninth two thousand and twenty one first up today. I'd like to give you an update on new netflix. Documentary see spiracy. You might recall that. I introduced you to this film in a previous segment of wet notes. Well it did premiere on netflix's advertised. And i had a chance to watch. She spiracy a couple of weeks ago. The film is eighty nine minutes long and it can be captivating and controversial. Like i said this is certainly raising a great deal controversy especially as it relates to sustainable seafood and fishing. There's a couple of organizations that they called out into spiracy earth island institute and the marine stewardship council actually marine stewardship council issued a response on their website within days of the premier and every day. I see something more coming out related to the controversy. But i encourage you to watch the film and then decide for yourself about what it is saying like. I said lots of controversy. That's spiracy on net flicks now. Here's something that. I found really interesting. I came across an article that talked about how scientists are using thin wales to map out what lies beneath the sea floor. Now according to to seismologists vaclav kina from the czech academy in prague and john nab elec of oregon state university in corvallis oregon the song of the fin. Whales are loud enough to penetrate the earth's crust and revealed deep structures. I guess they have a network of fifty four bottomed size meter seismometers that the tech sound waves traveling through the ground and they picked up the of whales as they were passing by. Now they have a one hundred and eighty nine decibels song and that song can last from two and a half to five hours as they did more analysis they were able to map the underlying rock structures. According to these guys this is just as effective as those air cannons that are polluting the ocean with all that noise how practical this is yet to be seen. But you've gotta admit it is interesting. Now here's an update on the lectured aluminum tanks situation. You might recall back at the end of february. I told you about luxembourg Decision to exit the aluminum tank business and that they were looking to sell their plants in the us and the uk more. Here's some good news. Metal impact out of elk grove village in illinois is acquiring the graham north carolina luxembourg cylinder plant metal impact is no stranger to scuba tank business. They've been around since nineteen fifty nine and in two thousand fourteen. They purchase worthington. Aluminum cylinders has been providing aluminum scuba tanks to excess scuba and see pearls for a number of years. We've got quite a few from excess scuba over the past couple of years and so we're pretty familiar with metal impacts. This is some good news for the. Us aluminum Scuba tank supply chain. There's absolutely no doubt that. The pandemic has had a dramatic impact on the scuba industry. But i guess it's not all bad news if you happen to be in the right place and it seems that hawaii is those right places especially for new diver certifications. There's a recent article in scuba diving magazine. Titled more hawaiians getting certified than before the pandemic turns out that even though the travel has been restricted to and from the islands more locals are turning to scuba aloha scuba on awad who had reported a one hundred and twenty percent increase in new diver certifications. In two thousand and twenty. They went from twenty seven in two thousand and nineteen to eighty three in two thousand and twenty spurred by whole families going for they're open water certification with some great diving. It certainly makes sense to mask up and dive in our aloha state. Last week i was trying to see if the ocean based climate solutions act of two thousand and twenty was being introduced in this session of congress. Well no update on that yet but i did come across something very interesting. There is a house select committee on the climate crisis now. This committee was created during the one hundred sixteenth congress. That was the last one so it hasn't been around long. But they did produce a climate action plan of two thousand twenty. And that's called the congressional action plan for a clean energy economy and a healthy resilient and just america committee is chaired by representative. Kathy castor from florida and the ranking chair is representative garrett graves from louisiana now. I watched their organizing meeting from march nineteenth. Let's say there's just a little bit of difference on the ideas of how to approach In the approaches in making the us carbon zero by two thousand fifty but as representative castor stated. It's time to turn recommendations into policy. Now i'll be tracking our actions and keep you updated here and finally you might recall. Last year the uss bonham rashard an eight hundred forty four foot long and fibia assault ship burned out of control for five days. Now that was in san diego california. But now senator. Marco rubio from florida is proposing that the ship be used to create an artificial reef down in florida little bit of background. The navy did some cost analysis On what it would take to restore the ship to operational status an estimated that that would be somewhere between two point. Five and three point five billion dollars but the cost to decommission and scrap the bonham rashard would be about thirty million dollars. Senator rubio didn't provide any details on where the ship might be sunk and be become an artificial reef but he did say that it could be done for less than thirty million dollars to scrap the ship. This word Happened it would be. We'll keep an eye on it and see where it goes. Fingers crossed that will have another artificial reef down in florida. Something that big to dive on. Well that's it for this installment of wet notes for april ninth. Two thousand and twenty

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150,000 vaccine appointments opening in Chicago suburbs

WGN Programming

00:44 sec | 4 d ago

150,000 vaccine appointments opening in Chicago suburbs

"Dose appointments will be open at several state run mass vaccination sites as well as pharmacies. Illinois is expanding eligibility for the vaccine to people 16 years old and over starting Monday. Chicago will do the same the following week. Will be delivering a quarter of a million doses next week in Cook County and the Collar counties alone. Tissera leave. I'm excited. Just hopefully things to get back to normal. The Chicago won't expand age eligibility until April, 19th city residents can go to the state run locations. We have more information on vaccine availability around the area on our website and find available appointments to your home and much more. All online at WGN tv dot com slash vaccine.

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Illinois reports 3,739 new coronavirus cases, 34 deaths

John Howell

00:27 sec | 4 d ago

Illinois reports 3,739 new coronavirus cases, 34 deaths

"Cases continue to rise across the state, Illinois reporting 3739 new cases and 34 additional death. The state positivity rate is ticked up to 4.2%, Wisconsin, recording It's highest number of cases in two months with 1046 new cases Governor Pritzker announcing today. Anyone over 16 in Illinois will be eligible for the vaccine starting Monday. Illinois, setting a record of over 154,000 shots administered on Wednesday. Another

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Former College Track and Field Coach Charged in Cyberstalking and Fraud Investigation

WGN Programming

00:31 sec | 5 d ago

Former College Track and Field Coach Charged in Cyberstalking and Fraud Investigation

"Former Chicago college track coach is accused of tricking students into sending him hundreds of nude photos. The FBI says Steve Waits stole nude photos off the cell phones of female athletes at Northeastern University in Boston. Created fake social media profiles and contacted the students, saying he had found their photos online. He then asked them to send more nude pictures, claiming he would do a reverse image search in order to remove them. With previously coached a Concordia University in the Illinois Institute of Technology. He now faces federal charges of cyber

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New Force Of Nature Leaves Physicists Over the Muon

What A Day

00:57 sec | 5 d ago

New Force Of Nature Leaves Physicists Over the Muon

"Cancel culture might becoming for sir. Isaac newton assisting have discovered a new fundamental force the results are from the fermi national accelerator lab in illinois which has been doing experiments on me. Wan's milan's are subatomic particles that are similar to electrons hundred times heavier. Maybe even two hundred one times have year after a full year in quarantine. Thank you. this is why. I'm a professional physics. Comedian i go to the conferences. The experiment involved measuring the wobble of milan's any big magnetic field based on the most current model of particle physics. They should have wobbled at predictable. Rate when scientists recorded wobbling rate. That was faster than expected. They were led to hypothesize enu fundamental force was at play. Of course if you're not on hive like me might not mean a lot but people in the physics community are very excited. They say this finding has the potential to clear up galactic mysteries like dark matter. Look all good. Keep it up guys. Just let me know before you do something that all into a black

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Underrated Baylor Wins NCAA Title

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

01:06 min | 6 d ago

Underrated Baylor Wins NCAA Title

"We're talking gonzaga. The aftermath we talked about baylor and baylor being underrated. Quite frankly if you look at baylor and take out the games after their covert pause and he's are games that were played from february twenty four to march eighteenth they were two and six against the spread and the other games eighteen and four baylor against the spread. In fact you dug into those games. It's even more impressive. Eighteen and four against spread and also in those twenty two games yet. Twenty two straight up in those game. I think that means zero percent losses. Right yes and not even not one game that they had any reasonable chance to lose. What every one of the games by eight points or more. These include winds not just in the ncaa tournament but they beat illinois. Whose when you keep saying they baylor maybe mentioned the team in k. or beat illinois early in the year by eight or more they mean day. Yes okay go ahead. They bears and so just alter impressive to win every single game. Baylor by eight plus points

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Coronavirus outbreak at Illinois bar infects dozens, CDC report finds

BBC World Service

00:27 sec | Last week

Coronavirus outbreak at Illinois bar infects dozens, CDC report finds

"Covert 19, the hospitalization of a long term care facility resident and a school closure. That's according to a new CDC report. The Illinois Public Health Department was notified in February of the outbreak in Douglas County. It's about 160 miles south of Chicago. The positive cases include 26 bar patrons, three staffers and 17. Secondary cases. The report doesn't name the bar White Sox beat the Mariners six Nothing cubs beat the Brewers

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Chicago mayor calls for foot chase policy change following deadly shooting

John Williams

00:46 sec | Last week

Chicago mayor calls for foot chase policy change following deadly shooting

"Chicago police departments foot pursuit policy this after last week's deadly shooting of 13 year old Adam to lay, though at Bianca's director of communications and public policy for a C L U Illinois, he says the city was warned about flaws in this policy several years ago four years ago. The Department of Justice. The U. S Department of Justice and its report about policing in the city pointed out that these kinds of events actually were one of the main drivers of the use of excessive force against Brown and black people all across Chicago. Lightfoot says she wants changes in place by summer, saying it's one of the most dangerous parts and times of year for policing. The majority of yesterday's proceedings

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Baylor Beats Gonzaga for the National Championship

Titus & Tate

01:03 min | Last week

Baylor Beats Gonzaga for the National Championship

"Have never in my life been for a game so anticipated. Been just sitting here. Like i cannot believe this is happening and even even as all the talk in the second half is like all right. Uh-huh gonzaga tonight. I honestly like never really felt like ever. I said on the show before this season gonzaga. There's so there's a calming presence about that. I said if they're down ten. I think what i said. It was even if they're down ten with like four minutes left. I'm not panicking. Because they just their so calm cool and collected they were not calm at any point in this game. The moment jalen down four. Nothing in jalen suggs picks up the charging foul. They had like a look in their of lake. What you want to and at no point were even when they cut it to nine. I was like great. You cut it to nine. Like i don't see how you're going to. You cannot stop baylor. so that's cool. You cut it tonight and then snap of a finger. It's back to like seventeen that it was as thorough of an asking. I if they play tomorrow it reminded me a loyal illinois like it's technically upset but like at the same time. Play that game tomorrow. Baylor's kicking the. I'm still taking baylor tomorrow. I'm still taking baylor on wednesday. I'm taking baylor on thursday

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Illinois bar opening event linked to 45 Covid-19 cases

Tony and Dwight

00:28 sec | Last week

Illinois bar opening event linked to 45 Covid-19 cases

"While more Americans are getting vaccinated against covert 19 cases are on the rise primarily with younger, unvaccinated Americans, CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky today. On a report of 45 people contracting coveted a bar opening event in Illinois transmission is associated with this opening event also resulted in eight households with infections. Ah school closure affecting 650 Children and the hospitalization of a long term care facility.

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Cloud Journey | Change Management and Adoption

Status Go

01:48 min | Last week

Cloud Journey | Change Management and Adoption

"Today's guest is cecelia komo. Welcome to the status quo. Cecilia san. I'm so excited to be here. I'd love to start our conversation today with your journey. Your career journey. Can you share with a little bit about your story. Sure i'd love to and my committee journey is one. That is not linear so i think many people are surprised to learn that i came straight out of engineering school from the university of illinois and started my career as a military communication analysts so really designing and analyzing scenarios for wartime and the end of the world And i did that while. I was a hughes fellow at hughes space and calm and at the end of that i realized I didn't want to see in the classified world for my career. So i joined the internal project within the company which lucky me turned into its own company which is directtv so a satellite tv company challenging the cable industry with an improved customer experience. I'm better selection pricing and That business just took off and so as part of the engineering team of a company that had a startup culture but the cash you know from a larger company which risk hughes i just moved from You know over a range of different engineering roles. Everything from doing satellite design to negotiating transmission standards for high definition to a testing and certifying consumer electronics and then also leading big projects to build out broadcast center infrastructure.

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Illinois reported 13 deaths, 2800 new coronavirus cases, Chicago officials fear another surge

WGN Showcase

00:51 sec | Last week

Illinois reported 13 deaths, 2800 new coronavirus cases, Chicago officials fear another surge

"Little state health officials report over 2800 new covert 19 cases Saturday and 13 deaths the statewide positivity rate Now up to 3.8% Cook. County health officials are extremely concerned about the rise of cases in both the city and suburban Cook County. That mirrors a rise in the state's case is as well. Health officials worry we're experiencing yet another surge, which could prompt him to return to tighter covert restrictions. Those would include an indoor dining band in the suburbs or limits placed on gatherings. Dr Rachel Rubin, We are in the beginnings of another search now how high that surge is going to be. Maybe this is the peak because we were down to about 202 150 new cases today and now we're up to 600. Maybe this is his highest will go on, maybe the level out and go down. We can't say it's very, very hard to predict. She says Getting vaccinated, wearing masks and social distancing are still the best ways to mitigate the increase in cases

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Illinois lawmakers Toast ‘Aye’ For Cocktails To Go

BBC World Service

00:23 sec | Last week

Illinois lawmakers Toast ‘Aye’ For Cocktails To Go

"Yesterday signed several measures into law affecting everything from voting two martinis. One new law would make permanent the voting expansion rules put in place for last year's election that includes adding drop boxes for vote by mail ballots and allowing curbside voting. Another new law allows restaurants and bars to sell cocktails to go. Pritzker also

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Chicago Loyola Basketball Coach Porter Moser Leaves For Oklahoma

SportsCenter All Night

00:26 sec | Last week

Chicago Loyola Basketball Coach Porter Moser Leaves For Oklahoma

"Of legendary Oklahoma men's basketball coach Lon Kruger. The Sooners have their new bench boss, now former Loyola Chicago head coach Porter Moser. Moser went 1 88 and 1 41 in 10 seasons with the Ramblers, including three conference championships in a final four. The 52 Year old has a head coaching resume that also includes Arkansas, Little Rock and Illinois State. No word yet on if Sister Jeanne is also part of the steel, probably not to March madness on

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Ex-Illinois state senator indicted on federal tax charges in Chicago

John Williams

00:21 sec | Last week

Ex-Illinois state senator indicted on federal tax charges in Chicago

"Illinois state senator and is that Collins is facing federal tax charges. For allegedly under reporting income from our lobbying and consulting firm and failing to file federal income tax returns. Collins was one of several ex lawmakers who had been hired by Commonwealth Edison, the lobby state

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1 Dead, 2 Injured In Crash Involving IDOT Truck In Bishop Ford, Near Chicago

Anna Davlantes

00:24 sec | Last week

1 Dead, 2 Injured In Crash Involving IDOT Truck In Bishop Ford, Near Chicago

"Crash involving an idot truck on the bishop for that happened in the north bound lanes there 159 straight. Illinois state police say the idea truck was stopped on the left shoulder lights were flashing to assist. A motorist vehicle is unable to stop it hit that Ida truck from behind a passenger inside the vehicle was killed. Driver hospitalized. The driver of the Idot truck was taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. Jurors are on break right

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"illinois" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"illinois" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

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"illinois" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

06:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"illinois" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"A case in that that body and we should say that bradwell continues to sort of be seen as a pioneer. Even though she doesn't actually ever argue a case in the court Near the end of her life the illinois supreme court in the us supreme court Admit her to be able to practice. Law she wasn't able to do what she Died of cancer. Just a few years later But you know in more recent times in one thousand nine hundred four. She was inducted into the national women's hall of fame. So there is this sense that even though she was never able to have that profession that she originally desire to have that she had begun the process of opening these stores That women would be able to step through like belva. Lockwood did and it makes you think a lot about trailblazers who often don't necessarily get to achieve the that. They were fighting for often. Because the fight is so long and so hard Often the trailblazers are the ones who then. Yeah as you say an open the door for others and don't necessarily get the the thing themselves. Yeah you don't always get there but you know it's it's But that's not the point. Maybe i'm feeling like this to 'cause yesterday india my black woman three class talked about shirley chisolm and her whole thing was like. This is not about me becoming the president. This is about me making it possible for people to think about becoming the president so the next person will have an easier opportunity. And that's kind of the key representation. Right is sometimes. It's not about necessarily getting the spot. It's about making the vision possible. Yes which is a really powerful thing. Yeah equally powerful. Yeah okay. let's leave that story there because we want to take a few minutes at the end here to talk about another big thing that happened on this day so this is almost a two for one or a one point five for one And that is on this day in two thousand ten was the day that barack obama signed the affordable care act. Aca into law Nikki you of course are the obama era. Historian here I'm sure you have many things to say about this. My memory of this is this the moment in which joe biden and his onstage and overheard telling obama this is a big effing deal he and he actually uses the word But that was a that was what counted as a bit of scandal at the time was as joe biden swearing onstage during august ceremony. But what else do you What do we need to know about this moment. You need to know that it was a big deal. What barack obama spent all of his political capital on and he knew that this was going to cost them the midterms it had already been such a contentious political battle. It had infused all of this energy into the burgeoning tea party movement. But this was the thing that he wanted to do with his power and he was willing to spend his political capital in order to get it. it was a messy messy process. It was mishandled a lot of times along the way he had worked with a lot of intransigent democrats who created a lot of problems for him including having to strip out the public option And you didn't get the goodies for a couple more years. Which made it a really difficult bill to sell And i think we could argue pretty effectively. That really failed to sell the bill It doesn't become even sort of like fifty fifty popular until twenty twelve but we should note that today obama care pretty popular and certainly these questions of political capital. How you use it how you maintain it are very front of mind And i think a lot of lessons from those first couple years are being learned by the biden administration. I mean one is yes you know. Don't build in very subtle things into your big signature legislation build very like hit you over the head kind of things like checks or things you can go out there and about but also you know. I'm really intrigued by the notion of political capital. Where even ten years ago. You know there was this notion that it was a like A non-renewable resource right. And so you had a certain amount and you exhausted it. And now i feel like there's this notion kind of by that actually going big to continue to go big because it sets norm of going big and it's not like you go big and you've used up a fixed amount of political capital and i feel like that's sort of where democrats heads are at right now. Which is just big things. Get big things. Get big things. You sort of normalize the big things and it's so i mean there's so much division you have to go bigger go home like the ability to achieve or accomplish. You know anything. Legislatively is so difficult that if you don't swing for the big things you can you can bet for. Sure you're not gonna get the small things. Yeah and we should. We should note that democrats at the time had fifty nine seats in the senate. They had an overwhelming majority in the house. And they still had to pass this thing through reconciliation So it does speak exactly to that and go bigger. Go home i think is the right like give people popular things that they really want and they will allow you to give them more things that they wind I think it's a lesson that was learned totally during the obama administration and is being applied. Now which is which is not to undersell how much of a grind it was and how much the first stimulus in two thousand nine sort of was a big grime. This felt like the second big things i mean. We're not trying to downplay the significance and the effort that it took them into the rollout of all saints crashing for sure Okay that's the end of the episode. Let's leave it there. kelly carter jackson. Thanks to you as always and michael hammer. Thanks to you. thank you jody. This day in esoteric. Political history is a proud member of radio topiary from p. r. x. network of independent listener supported. Artists owned podcasts. Are researcher and producer. Is jacob. feldman producer is brittany brown. If you wanna get in touch with any questions or comments or potential topics for the show. We'd love hearing from you. We'd love getting potential ideas. We do them all the time. You can email us this day. Pod at jima dot com. There's also a contact form on our website. Stay pod dot com. my.

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"illinois" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

07:55 min | 4 months ago

"illinois" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"And towards downtown. It was approaching five. Am by the time. A few of the agents arrived at a sleepy diner about seven minutes west of wrigley field. This was their rendezvous point with an illinois state. Police lieutenant named royal sandy. The group quietly posted up in one of the restaurants rear booths. Lieutenant sanjiv was stunned when the f. b. i. Agents told him what was about to occur just miles away. They were going to arrest the governor. The turned to how to alert blagojevich himself about the mornings imminent events. The fbi would alert him. They were coming a common courtesy in what was perceived to be a nonviolent arrest. Lieutenant sanjay suggested trying to get the governor on one of the direct police lines connected to his residence. Though it was usually only for emergencies it was a method of communication. He couldn't ignore unlike his home. More cell phone after settling on this plan the lead agent drew out how they would approach the blagojevich's ravens would home. No detail was left unattended from how they would walk up to the front door to the positioning of how the fbi were to be parked outside. Though they plan to arrest blagojevich without force the agency's still prepared for the worst one who had worked as a hostage. Negotiator also joined as they readied for the short. Drive to the governor's mansion. Finally they set off into the morning as the sun rose. Once the team of agents arrived they idled outside of blagojevich's home. They called the governor's residence on the state's red phone but the phone rang and rang more than a dozen times. It was certainly odd granted it status as a direct line to reach the governor for dire situations after being unable to reach him on the red phone. The state lieutenant dialed the homes regular landline after laying. They must speak with blagojevich at once. The governor finally took the phone. He was stunned. When the agents indicated they were outside with a warrant for his arrest legally of each asked if it was a joke the agents reassured him. It was legitimate and requested to be let into the home to discuss the matter further. The governor then promptly hung up the fbi called back and once again indicated. They wanted to take him into custody without force in response. Blagojevich said he had to make some calls and hung up again but despite the governor's apparent stalling his wife patti refused to leave the f. b. i. Waiting on their doorstep she came to the front door and let the team of agents inside. Blagojevich was on the staircase talking on his cell phone however instead of walking down to meet the agents in his foyer the governor refused to hang up he simply turned around and walked back upstairs. Up next governor blagojevich stands before chicago court to face his charges high. It's greg. 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A lot of time so when it comes time to turn off my brain and just relax. I go to best fiends. The casual mobile puzzle game with over one hundred million downloads and counting. Best fiends is a challenging match. Three game that has literally millions of five star reviews on the apple app store and google play. I used to play here. And they're like between recording sessions or while waiting in line at the store. But now i find myself playing more often because i enjoy it so much. I think what i like most about best means that it's challenging without being so difficult that it's frustrating with over five thousand best fiends puzzles to solve it. Looks like all never be bored again. Download best fiends free today on the apple app store or google play. That's friends without the our best fiends. Now back to the story on the morning of december ninth two thousand eight. Most chicagoans had not yet begun their commutes to work while something far more bleak was unfolding on the northwest side. Fbi agents had arrived at the doorstep of the governor's manner in ravens would to arrest rod blagojevich illinois's fortieth governor on charges of bribery and conspiracy. My guest host. Greg is going to take over from here to discuss the details of rod blagojevich's arrest and the subsequent thanks esa despite the swarm of f. b. i. Agents in his home blagojevich appeared to be remarkably blase about the situation in fact it was his wife patti who forced him to hang up his cell phone. Finally after some discussion and a change of clothing blagojevich exited the mansion in a blue jogging suit and sneakers. The fbi then took him downtown where he appeared later. That morning for a court hearing blagojevich's arrest mark the near end to a long and bumpy six years as the governor of illinois though he was known casually as blog oh and governor sunshine in the papers his career was decidedly less amusing. Specifically the governor's crimes unfolded as bizarre and far-reaching umbrella that had gone on for nearly his entire term. His corruption touched everything from engineering political donations within the city of chicago to attempting to sell or trade to the highest bidder. Barack obama's senate seat which the former president had vacated following the two thousand eight election but eventually his crimes caught up to him and it wasn't just with the fbi. Mcgaughey bitch was in hot water. With the state's political apparatus in january two thousand nine the illinois house of representatives voted almost unanimously to impeach governor and the state senate soon followed suit in agreement. Voting fifty nine to zero to impeach governor. Blagojevich was removed from office on january. Twenty nine two thousand nine and in two thousand ten. He went on trial. He was facing twenty charges for various crimes. He was found. Guilty of wire fraud attempted extortion. Soliciting a bribe conspiracy to commit extortion and conspiracy to solicit and accept bribes. He was sentenced in december of two thousand eleven to fourteen years behind bars.

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"illinois" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

11:27 min | 11 months ago

"illinois" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"I don't know what's a of department. I could throw out there that maybe people could relate to. I don't know your tech twelve or something like that. Hr is a big one. Hr is a big ready to that and know how are we going to function without an HR person here? Oh figure it out poorly. We're going to get it. Yeah it's going to be worse. We don't care deal with it. That doesn't happen in government no Anyway so as looking at the list of the ten highest paid public employees in California. And they're almost all in a school district of some sort because the California Teachers Association is the most powerful Union in America. And they've gotten a good deal for a whole bunch of people. You've got a bunch of people that are making three hundred four hundred thousand dollars a year in school districts That's serious money. Well it maybe. I could be convinced that you need to spend that much money to get somebody that could do that job. But I'd be pretty surprised. Well come on. There are three hundred and forty thousand people making a hundred grand. You can't find anybody for thirty percent lasser whatever. Who's competent qualified? Well we've do chronicled through the years. The incredible bloat in administration. You're usually talking about schools but are I'm sorry colleges universities Up and down. The line are much more administration heavy than they've ever been before and less frontline heavy and the problem is the unfunded pension the pensions and the pay for the active people is just incredibly high as for the reasons Jackpot but number years ago in Illinois. Got The same problem there. A NUMBER STATES. That are really up against it. The unions got the legislatures to pass these These laws establishing or changing the pension systems. They said listen. We're GONNA have the teachers for instance in the firefighters and the cops kick in X. amount of their their paycheck every year or every paycheck and then with the growth in the investments of the funds We'll have more than enough money to cover their retirement. They're very generous retirements except that those formulas they offered up. We're complete fiction. All it has to happen is seven to nine percent growth in the stock market every single year and specifically in our investments as long as that happens these These numbers work. Yeah except that. That's never been well. It hasn't been something you could rationally. Expect for many many years and you have crashes have downturns you have flat periods and the rest of it and so now those fictional numbers of mean that they're China Norma bills unthinkable retiree pension bills. Come due soon and there's no money in the till so your California could be the first to the finish line. I've been really favoring Illinois for longtime is the the first state to go broke because Illinois is fiscally. It is a a drunken sailor on a coke binge in Bangkok in terms of responsibility California by Shears. This is and union slavery slipping slave to the Union could beat Illinois finish. Is this a fair statement? A government job should never be a better deal than the private sector. Why would it be Well I'm there are special cases I suppose that No I mean a an employer. Why can't it be selling your labor? Is Selling Your Labor? What how does it get to be because it clearly is like? I understand why but why shouldn't it be right? Why if if somebody is working in again my argument is largely theoretical. But I would if somebody's working for the state you know I would want good people there and to have competitive rates. Don't you almost by default? Have to pay more than the private sector if you want to get the best people. Why because the private sector's China's hard as they can to get the best people to do. I need to have the best person to start with. But we're not even close to that territory right. There is no way that the best whatever this person does. Yeah what do you have to pay for Abusive Idiots right? Well no there should be just competition where you're not talking about. You know the hope diamond. You're talking about a commodity human beings. Unfortunately there are a lot of us and if you need a really good employees there should be competition between the public and the private sector where You know you get the best person for just use round numbers one hundred thousand dollars year. Well the second best person is going to be making ninety nine thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars. Because they're almost as resurrect and one of them went private. Private one of them went public and they're making essentially the same amount. 'cause they're like again? It's not the hope diamond. There are a lot of common people in the World. But we gotta get rid of the we we certainly have to get rid of the term public servant. You're not doing this because you're a public service auto show. You're doing this because you can hell of a lot more money than you could ever make in the private sector and you can't get fired job security. Yeah the job security. Oh my God I mean there. Are Some people actually in state and federal work who? They're not getting rich but they've traded the complete job security for maybe a little lower paycheck because not every government employee has the California Unions who owned the legislature. I think you'll get home. Does that society? If the government job is better than the private sector Oh yes substantially better. You'RE DOOMED. You cannot possibly function right. Not for very long right and the reckoning is coming in California. We'll the great political theorists would agree with you wholeheartedly that you become a society where you must beg the government because the government becomes its own biggest constituent its own most powerful lobbyist and then it's completely out of control and we're just so far down the road people have forgotten. What government is what? We're doing we band together as a little tribe here and decided we needed to teach our kids who wants to teach the kids all do it but I knew I need to get paid something because I'm not going to feed my family right. You know you start there. It doesn't need to be a I get rich. Can't get fired. This is the best job in the village situation right right. But that's which is why we have a country founded on the idea of limited government because it snowballs and they knew it and it acquires more and more power until it becomes its most important lobbyist government itself and one of the problems with the bailout of a state of California for instance aside from the fact that how incredibly unfair it is to the rest of the country is no be no reason to correct the problem. Got Us here right well as progressives themselves often state in in reality. They're saying this if you want less of something tax it if you want more of something subsidize it like you. Tax Sugary Drinks. If you're build the BLASIOS gigantic communist in New York and you mean just from his height Gel both. Yeah and if you want if you want less of something you tax it like cigarettes taxed heavily if you want more of something you subsidize it. If the other forty eight states California and Illinois they are subsidizing wildly responsible spending and you will get more of it if you're an Indiana and right next door freaking Illinois gets bailed out for your heating Illinois Air Thinking. We're fools not to be doing the same thing they've been living like the aforementioned sailor and I apologize to the United States Navy and it's fine enlisted men and officers and women for using a sailor in this example but if you see Illinois living like it's on a coke binge with no repercussions you're thinking. Hey good to me and then you know you're expecting to be bailed out. Jackson theory has been there will be one. There will be one state that gets bailed out by the other forty nine and then that second state comes along in America. We are slow to pay attention in wakeup. But America will say WHOA. Whoa WHOA wait a minute. Now there's another one and start to actually scrutinize what's going on. So I tell you what Illinois California. You'd better hustle because only one is gonNA get bailed on the way Lance Armstrong's apologizing for anything. There's a new docu series about his life to many many doc user. Does he owning tigers and was the other ones go? We know what the loudest sound ever heard on? Earth is really. You have any guesses The shot heard round the world. I don't know my jaw zone. Run to the floor when I don't pretty good joe exotic. Now that's that's outdated. Here's trump. I don't know I'm any thoughts in what we're talking about. Though by the way agree disagree on pain government employees so much money good God foreigner grant here what do you do or Ma'am what do you do? Well I'm the Superintendent of schools here in Shady Grove. You can't find somebody for a quarter million to run. The schools are doing what they're doing. The principles know what they're doing the janitors. I'm sure pretty good at their jobs. Why do you need somebody overseeing them? Making four hundred fifty large. What's going on I know? Exactly WHAT'S THE JANITOR? Makes one seventy five and he won't listen to me if I make the same as well right right. I can't fire him our text line four one five two nine five. K FTC. The Armstrong and Getty Show K. GotTa clean up a couple of things or add on a couple of things. I don't know what they are. I'm please separate the rank and file state employees from upper management and political appointees amount auditor for the State. I make less than seventy five. Kfi working for a private accounting for my be making twice that my question is why. Aren't you working for private accounting firm? I'm not criticizing your arguing. We appreciate the point. I just do understand the logic of that. If you could make twice as much in the private wire you there. The value everything has a trade off. And they value certain things more than perhaps. You've yeah that's fine. Thank you for the point though right so that maybe that fits in with this. It used to be that if you worked in the public's used to be a few worked in public sector sector then you would make less money but not have to work as hard and have more job security. Private used to be more risk more money. Yeah you know. Maybe that's a trade off that other person made anyway Sure we'll be talking about that for the rest of my life Or I can just open the gardening shop that have dreamed of. Never talk about it again. Right Elliot's just to the left I I. I assume I'll continue to be a tax payer soil. Continue to pay attention to this. You get the liquor license and do the Shears and beers business. Model that you've been telling me about and now that I've heard about it hells yes. I feel like there might be some logistical things. But they got bars. Now do you like Joe's wine and Vine ooh Nice spinoff or vine and wine the l? People might be confused because Vine Wine Comfort Vines. 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"illinois" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

04:51 min | 11 months ago

"illinois" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Not getting rich, but they've traded the complete job security for maybe a little lower paycheck, because not every government employee has the California Unions who owned the Legislature I. Think you'll get home. Does that society if the government job is better than the private sector? Oh yes, substantially better. You're doomed. You cannot possibly. Function right not for very long right and the reckoning is coming in California we'll. The great political theorists would agree with you wholeheartedly that you become a society where you must beg the government, because the government becomes its own biggest constituent. Its own most powerful lobbyist, and then it's completely out of control, and we're just so far down the road. People have forgotten. What government is what we're doing? We band together as a little tribe here and decided we needed to teach our kids who wants to teach the kids all do it, but I I need to get paid something because I'm not going to feed my family, right? You know you start there. It doesn't need to be a I get. Rich can't get fired. This is the best job in the village situation right right, but that's which is why we have a country founded on the idea of limited government. Because it snowballs, and they knew it, and it acquires more and more power, until it becomes its most important lobbyist government itself and one of the problems with the bailout of a state of California, for instance, aside from the fact that how incredibly unfair it is to the rest of the country is no be no reason to correct. The problem got us here right well as progressives, themselves often state. In in reality they're saying this. If you want less of something, tax it. If you want more of something, subsidize it. Like, you tax sugary drinks. If you're build the blasios gigantic communist New York. And you mean just from his height. Gel both yeah. And if you want if you want less of something, you tax it like cigarettes taxed heavily. If you want more of something, you subsidize it if the other forty eight states bail out California and Illinois. They are subsidizing wildly responsible spending, and you will get more of it if you're an Indiana and right next door. FREAKING Illinois gets bailed out for your heating Illinois Air Thinking. We're fools, not to be doing the same thing they've been living like the aforementioned sailor and I apologize to the United States. Navy and it's fine, enlisted men and officers and women. For using a sailor in this example, but if you see Illinois living like it's on a coke binge with no repercussions, you're thinking hey, good to me. And then you know you're expecting to be bailed out. Jackson theory has been there will be one. There will be one state that gets bailed out by the other forty nine, and then that second state comes along in America. We are slow to pay attention in WAKEUP, but America will say well. Wait a minute now. There's another one and start to actually scrutinize what's going on so I. Tell You what Illinois California you'd better hustle, because only one is going to get bailed. On the way Lance Armstrong's apologizing for anything. There's a new docu series about his life to many. Many doc, user. Does he owning tigers. and was the other ones go. We know what the loudest sound ever heard on earth is really. Do, you have any guesses. The shot heard round the world I. Don't know my jaw. Zone run to the floor when I don't know I. Pretty. Joe Exotic now that's that's outdated. Here's trump I don't know I'm any thoughts in what we're talking about. Though by the way agree, disagree on pain. Government employees so much money good God foreigner grant here. What do you do or ma'am? What do you do well? I'm the Superintendent of schools here in Shady Grove You can't find somebody for a quarter million to run. The schools are doing. What they're doing, the principles know what they're doing the janitors. At their jobs. Why do you need somebody overseeing them making four hundred fifty large? What's going on I? Know exactly what's the janitor makes one seventy five and he won't listen to me if I make the same as well right right, I can't fire him. Our text line, four, one, five, two, nine five K FTC..

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"illinois" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

08:16 min | 11 months ago

"illinois" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"I don't know what's A. Of Department I could throw out there that maybe people could relate to I. Don't Know Your Tech, twelve or something like that hr is a big one. HR is a big thing to that and everything. How are we going to function without an HR person here? Oh, figure it out poorly. We're going to get it. Yeah, it's going to be worse. We don't care deal with it. That doesn't happen in government. No. anyway so as looking at the list of the ten highest paid public employees in California, and they're almost all in a school district of some sort because the California teachers. Association is the most powerful Union in America and they've gotten a good deal for a whole bunch of people. You've got a bunch of people that are making three hundred four hundred thousand dollars a year in school districts That's serious money. Well it. Maybe I could be convinced that you need to spend that much money to get somebody that could do that job, but I'd be pretty surprised. Well come on, there are three hundred and forty thousand people making a hundred grand. You can't find anybody for thirty percent. lasser whatever who's competent qualified well. We've do chronicled through the years the incredible bloat in administration. You're usually talking about schools, but are. I'm sorry, colleges, universities, but schools up and down. The line are much more administration heavy than they've ever been before. And less frontline heavy. and. The problem is the unfunded pensions well number one that just the pensions. And the pay for the active people is just incredibly high as for the reasons Jackpot, but Number years ago in Illinois got the same problem there a number states that are really up against it. The unions got the legislatures to pass these these laws establishing or changing the pension systems. They said listen. We're GONNA. Have the teachers for instance in the firefighters and the cops kick in X. amount of their their paycheck. Every year or every paycheck, and then with the growth in the investments of the funds We'll have more than enough money to cover their retirement. They're very generous retirements. Except that those formulas they offered up. We're complete fiction. All it has to happen is seven to nine percent growth in the stock market every single year, and specifically in our investments. As long as that happens these these numbers work. Yeah, except that that's never been well, it hasn't been. Something you could rationally expect for many many years, and you have crashes have downturns you have flat periods and the rest of it, and so now those fictional numbers of mean that they're China Norma bills unthinkable retiree pension bills come due soon, and there's no money in the till so your California could be the first to the finish line I've been really favoring Illinois. Illinois for longtime is the the first state to go broke. Because Illinois is fiscally, it is a a drunken sailor on a coke binge. In Bangkok, in terms of responsibility, California by Shears, this is and union slavery, slipping slave to the union could beat Illinois finish. Is this a fair statement? A government job should never be a better deal than the private sector. Why would it be? well I'm. There are special cases I suppose that. no, I mean a an employer. Why can't it be selling? Your Labor is selling your labor. What how does it get to be because it clearly is? Like I understand. Why but why shouldn't it be right? Why if if somebody is working in again? My arguments largely theoretical, but I would. If somebody's working for the state, you know I would want good people there and to have competitive rates, don't you? Almost by default have to pay more than the private sector. If you WANNA get the best people why, because the private sector's China's hard as they can to get the best people to do I need to have the best person to start with, but we're not even close to that territory right. There is no way that the best whatever this person does. Yeah, what do you have to pay for Abusive Idiots right? Well no there should be just competition where. You're not talking about you. Know the hope diamond. You're talking about a commodity human beings. Unfortunately, there are a lot of us, and if you need a really good employees, there should be competition between the public and the private sector where you know, you get the best person for just use round numbers one hundred thousand dollars year well, the second best person is going to be making ninety, nine, thousand, nine, hundred and eighty dollars, because they're almost as resurrect and one of them went private private. One of them went public, and they're making essentially the same amount. 'cause they're. Like again it's not the hope diamond. There are a lot of competent people in the world, but we gotta get rid of the we. We have to get rid of the term public servant. You're not doing this because you're a public service auto show. You're doing this because you can hell of a lot more money than you could ever make in the private sector and you can't get fired job security. Yeah, the job security Oh my God. Some people actually in. State and federal work who they're not getting rich, but they've traded the complete job security for maybe a little lower paycheck, because not every government employee has the California Unions who owned the Legislature I. Think you'll get home. Does that society if the government job is better than the private sector? Oh yes, substantially better. You're doomed. You cannot possibly. Function right not for very long right and the reckoning is coming in California we'll. The great political theorists would agree with you wholeheartedly that you become a society where you must beg the government, because the government becomes its own biggest constituent. Its own most powerful lobbyist, and then it's completely out of control, and we're just so far down the road. People have forgotten. What government is what we're doing? We band together as a little tribe here and decided we needed to teach our kids who wants to teach the kids all do it, but I I need to get paid something because I'm not going to feed my family, right? You know you start there. It doesn't need to be a I get. Rich can't get fired. This is the best job in the village situation right right, but that's which is why we have a country founded on the idea of limited government. Because it snowballs, and they knew it, and it acquires more and more power, until it becomes its most important lobbyist government itself and one of the problems with the bailout of a state of California, for instance, aside from the fact that how incredibly unfair it is to the rest of the country is no be no reason to correct. The problem got us here right well as progressives, themselves often state. In in reality they're saying this. If you want less of something, tax it. If you want more of something, subsidize it. Like, you tax sugary drinks. If you're build the blasios gigantic communist New York. And you mean just from his height. Gel both yeah. And if you want if you want less of something, you tax it like cigarettes taxed heavily. If you want more of something, you subsidize it if the other forty eight states bail out California and Illinois. They are subsidizing wildly responsible spending, and you will get more of it if you're an Indiana and right next door. FREAKING Illinois gets bailed out for your heating Illinois Air Thinking. We're fools, not to be doing the same thing they've been living like the aforementioned sailor and I apologize to the United States. Navy and it's fine, enlisted men and officers and women. For using a sailor in this example, but if you see Illinois living like it's on a coke binge with no repercussions, you're thinking hey, good to me. And then you know you're expecting to be bailed out. Jackson theory has been there will be one. There will be one state that gets bailed out by the other forty nine, and then that second state comes along in America. We are slow to pay attention in WAKEUP, but America will say well. Wait a minute now. There's another one and start to actually scrutinize what's going on so I. Tell You what Illinois California you'd better hustle, because only one is going to get bailed. On the way Lance Armstrong's apologizing for anything..

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"illinois" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

07:36 min | 11 months ago

"illinois" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"The Armstrong and getty show. Clearly throwing cash at the crowd, stupid people out the sunroof throwing money. The gentleman was flashing out throwing money out to the crowd. This type of behavior is unacceptable. We become in our city, disrupting our city. There's will be seen later found out that four people were also hit by shrapnel and had minor injuries. One person was calling me, and while I'm talking to them. There are gunshots in the background. That's unacceptable but I think. When you look back, you gotta say the cops need a great job. It was it was a potentially violent situation. We gain compliance and we flushed it out of there there. You go miscreants trying to make a rap video Daytona beach. And so I don't know whether. The gunshots come from I. Don't. You have to fire off. You're going. That's part of being a rapper. Yeah I. Don't know if there were like pyrotechnics involved that went awry or food as in lieu of special effects, they were just shooting off. Guns did I I, don't know I. Don't know if the further. Behavior New I'm against it. I like their tone there. Though shooting a rap video, you'll not have this. So. There's a race between a couple of states. Going broke. And in the mix is the biggest state in the country and the problem with it. Going broke is of course the state. The biggest economy. It would need the most money. And if you live in, California it's bad if you don't live in California, it's really worse because you don't even get to vote in California, but you might have to send some of your taxpayer money to bail California. Why California's in trouble there are how many employees public employees in California make one hundred grand year more once. You think about that for a moment. Three hundred forty thousand. D- need that. Many public employs period. It seems like a high number just in terms of employs, but there are three hundred forty thousand public employees in California make one hundred, thousand, a year or more. When was now granted CAL UNICORN CORNEAS? Expensive place to live, and so you're going to have to pay people more. Than, say account than a state employee in Mississippi for instance but three, hundred forty thousand. When was the last time a program or a department? That was no longer need in California's folded and done away with. And all those people I don't know. Maybe they were reassigned, or what have you, but this is no longer necessary. It's wasteful were ending never never happened just grows and grows and grows and grows few work in the private sector. They get rid of your. I don't know what's A. Of Department I could throw out there that maybe people could relate to I. Don't Know Your Tech, twelve or something like that hr is a big one. HR is a big thing to that and everything. How are we going to function without an HR person here? Oh, figure it out poorly. We're going to get it. Yeah, it's going to be worse. We don't care deal with it. That doesn't happen in government. No. anyway so as looking at the list of the ten highest paid public employees in California, and they're almost all in a school district of some sort because the California teachers. Association is the most powerful Union in America and they've gotten a good deal for a whole bunch of people. You've got a bunch of people that are making three hundred four hundred thousand dollars a year in school districts That's serious money. Well it. Maybe I could be convinced that you need to spend that much money to get somebody that could do that job, but I'd be pretty surprised. Well come on, there are three hundred and forty thousand people making a hundred grand. You can't find anybody for thirty percent. lasser whatever who's competent qualified well. We've do chronicled through the years the incredible bloat in administration. You're usually talking about schools, but are. I'm sorry, colleges, universities, but schools up and down. The line are much more administration heavy than they've ever been before. And less frontline heavy. and. The problem is the unfunded pensions well number one that just the pensions. And the pay for the active people is just incredibly high as for the reasons Jackpot, but Number years ago in Illinois got the same problem there a number states that are really up against it. The unions got the legislatures to pass these these laws establishing or changing the pension systems. They said listen. We're GONNA. Have the teachers for instance in the firefighters and the cops kick in X. amount of their their paycheck. Every year or every paycheck, and then with the growth in the investments of the funds We'll have more than enough money to cover their retirement. They're very generous retirements. Except that those formulas they offered up. We're complete fiction. All it has to happen is seven to nine percent growth in the stock market every single year, and specifically in our investments. As long as that happens these these numbers work. Yeah, except that that's never been well, it hasn't been. Something you could rationally expect for many many years, and you have crashes have downturns you have flat periods and the rest of it, and so now those fictional numbers of mean that they're China Norma bills unthinkable retiree pension bills come due soon, and there's no money in the till so your California could be the first to the finish line I've been really favoring Illinois. Illinois for longtime is the the first state to go broke. Because Illinois is fiscally, it is a a drunken sailor on a coke binge. In Bangkok, in terms of responsibility, California by Shears, this is and union slavery, slipping slave to the union could beat Illinois finish. Is this a fair statement? A government job should never be a better deal than the private sector. Why would it be? well I'm. There are special cases I suppose that. no, I mean a an employer. Why can't it be selling? Your Labor is selling your labor. What how does it get to be because it clearly is? Like I understand. Why but why shouldn't it be right? Why if if somebody is working in again? My arguments largely theoretical, but I would. If somebody's working for the state, you know I would want good people there and to have competitive rates, don't you? Almost by default have to pay more than the private sector. If you WANNA get the best people why, because the private sector's China's hard as they can to get the best people to do I need to have the best person to start with, but we're not even close to that territory right. There is no way that the best whatever this person does. Yeah, what do you have to pay for Abusive Idiots right? Well no there should be just competition where. You're not talking about you. Know the hope diamond. You're talking about a commodity human beings. Unfortunately, there are a lot of us, and if you need a really good employees, there should be competition between the public and the private sector where you know, you get the best person for just use round numbers one hundred thousand dollars year well, the second best person is going to be making ninety, nine, thousand, nine, hundred and eighty dollars, because they're almost as resurrect and one of them went private private. One of them went public, and they're making essentially the same amount. 'cause they're. Like again it's not the hope diamond. There are a lot of competent people in the world, but we gotta get rid of the we. We have to get rid of the term public servant. You're not doing this because you're a public service auto show. You're doing this because you can hell of a lot more money than you could ever make in the private sector and you can't get fired job security. Yeah, the job security Oh my God. Some people actually in. State and federal work who they're.

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"illinois" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

04:34 min | 11 months ago

"illinois" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"You want to go home in fantastic beautiful. We're going to be wearing spacesuits out to clubs. Crayola has unveiled colors of the world. Crohn's and they're getting a lot of attention for this and Kudos as it now represents forty different skin tones. People find that fantastic. I think forty seems like a lot. I can understand that. We needed to get away from one Caucasian looking crown that said flesh on it slashes a hot word anyway we're back to cannibalism now. Don't you mean skin on the Texas chainsaw massacre in the scenario flash is odd that there is ever a crayon called flesh. You don't need one that's for skin. Just let people choose which other colors from the coloring box to color things they want. I've got kids who color every single day. They don't need where's the CRAYON labeled flesh Tanisha pinkish would do. Yeah yeah they don't have a cran labeled leaf green. You're allowed to color the leaves Green. That's my point. I just didn't say it as well Looking at the depth chart Good weekend yesterday. Five hundred three lowest number in months nationwide. Why five hundred and three deaths day before that six thirty three so again. Is this a bit of a blip something to do with the weekend Memorial Day? Something or other. Will it come back into the thousands or we passed some point. We're going to stay down in that. Range will known a couple of days. I suspect rather strongly it's the latter just looking at Georgia's experience. They opened up more and earlier than virtually any other state. And they're not trending down with. They're not trending up and that beginning the numbers and listen with all due respect to the the loss of certain families who again we're never cavalier about your loss. Were just trying to balance. You know of the shutdown and it's terrible terrible effects with with the risk of the covert just understanding going in but The numbers are actually not impressive. At all right now and getting back to Italy. I made the point at the very last hour. They think one of the reasons they had such a high death toll in Italy because nobody can quite sure why there a tremendous number of Chinese garment workers there so they know why there are so many cases but the death toll seem to be much higher and epidemiologists are now saying it's probably because they had incredibly mild flu seasons for a while and there were so many Ulster's who normally would have died of the flu who didn't and they were their old and vulnerable. God bless them and the Cova got them instead the covert also got Hertz. Rent a car as they became one of the highest profile companies to declare bankruptcy due to the pandemic over the weekend. They are already struggling in this. Put them over the edge that was. Oj's company right. Yeah if you're struggling and all of a sudden nobody can rent cars. Nobody is renting Garcia. They're not going anywhere. Yeah and finally. This the Libertarian Party. Which was really excited. When they thought they had just an amish show is going to be their candidate and and how he was going to stand on the debate stage and be the the grownup in the room. Well he decided he didn't want to be in this race for some reason and over the weekend. The Libertarian Party nominated a psychology lecturer and nineteen ninety-six. Libertarian vice presidential candidate. Joe Jorgenson as the party's presidential candidate. It's J. O. Joe She's a girl I know woven. Okay yes she's crazy. Smart and her platform is super and it makes great sense. I know good. But she's very compelling was. She looked like that matters. It does long along. Not at notable luck. She's the notable. Yeah Yeah I think I our picture and I can't picture Joe Johnson. I know how you feel about people whose first name and last name a tend not to trust the first name being derivative not like Joseph Joseph Center anything. We'll Jurgen again that's true that's true. Yeah I mean let's not get Clumpy militant little close to me. She looks very regular. And I don disparaging nothing. All just looks like a person yes. That's a good way to look. Maybe I'll end with this. Then attitudes toward China continued to sour in the United States. I am under the belief that trump is going to try to maneuver Biden into standing up for China and the mainstream.

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"illinois" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

03:34 min | 11 months ago

"illinois" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"This weekend videos of Memorial Day party that Missouri's Lake of the ozarks went viral as swarms of party partygoers. Who were not wearing masks? And we're certainly closer than six feet from each other packed into overcrowded pools despite the ongoing endemic bunched. Up in what looks like a kind of human stew. Human Stephen Human Stew is a sick lover. Tone the end of that people in a pool as a human STU. I'm sorry STU since wet I'm not eating any human stew yet I can be like those desperate rats. Drink cannibalism economics. Get worse you gotTa size up your neighbor. Well if you own a crock pot you might as well make up some human stu you just stick it on the morning and evening is ready for you your crocs already to eat all and so that is the only good crocks. I think he misunderstood it. So that reminds me Hitler's alligators more on that to come. So after the cannibalism. You'RE GONNA start eating footwear well. It's good that you've got a plan. Elon. Musk is launching a spaceship with people on it tomorrow. It's the first time somebody other than a big government like Russia China. Obviously the United States India has launched a man into space. It's a private company. And nealon Musk's spacex doing tomorrow. The president is going to be there although there's some chance the weather's going to delay it but that's pretty exciting. I love the idea that we're no longer depending on the Russians to put people in space come on the national pride means something and I disagree with some of my libertarian. Brethren on this I think are feeling of. We're a great country and we can do anything is really important. I think it fuels a lot of what makes this country great bad company country and what we do is 'cause wars and destroy the environment you can feel free to shut up. I just think it matters national pride matters and doing great things and innovating and exploring and the rest of it and not having to beg fled frequent Putin for Ryden space. I think that that sort of thing matters. I'm not crazy about Elon. Musk space suits. The just. There's something about the way they're cut as wow. It's like a not Craig's fashion of going into space. But I don't WanNa get hung up because I'm a fan of Alani does great work I'm admire and I want to Tesla Did you read about this? California designed for working on a protective suit for concerts and clubbing. It's it ladies so much clubbing. Got My attention while I know you love the clubbing but it looks like a spacesuit with a tight helmet filtration system in led lighting accents but it also has like a ports for drinking and vaping through your suit so you get like a hip sexy has met suit that you wear to clubs and concerts and the rest of it and you can drink in vapor whatever right through another port for if you drink too much. I think he probably GonNa things go well with the club. Oh Oh I know. Do your risk interaction with another human. At that point I would again back in the day. I would have risked being machine gunned for that sort of interaction so yes I would take a bit of a flying leap.

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"illinois" Discussed on Reset with Jenn White

Reset with Jenn White

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"illinois" Discussed on Reset with Jenn White

"In yesterday's primary after the votes were counted some incumbent state up some were sent home and former vice president. Joe Biden continues to roll. Democratic voters gave Joe Biden a clean sweep the former vice president. Beat Senator Bernie Sanders in Florida Illinois and Arizona. Let me say especially to the young voters who have been inspired by Senator Sanders. I hear you. I know it's a steak I know what we have to do. Our goal is a campaign and my goal is a candidate for president is to unify this party and then to unify the nation very happy. Kim Fox tonight thanking her family thanking supporters. She got the Democratic win tonight to everyone who rallied around this race. That made it bigger than one thing. One issue who rejected the notion that we would talk about one singular case it not matter to the people of Cook County and put everything on the line for this. I thank you. Murray Newman defeated incumbent. Dan Lipinski in the Democratic primary last night by a narrow margin. I'm good person with pride and gratitude for the amazing coalition who helped bring this much-needed change Georgia's Birch. Wbz state politics reporter. Dave mckennie is here to take us deeper into those racist. Hi Dave Welcome back after so biggest takeaways of the night for you. Well I think that you know. Joe Biden put an exclamation point on his campaign with the wind last night. here in Illinois coupled with the winds in Arizona and Florida. I mean it just seems like you know. He is on a steamroller to the to the nomination for his. Party's you know There's just not any real way I don't see to stop him. I mean he in Illinois here I mean the the spread was twenty three percentage points. It wasn't even close. And that's after you know four years ago. Sanders pulled. The I mean. He came very close to Upsetting Hillary Clinton here was a two point spread but here Biden just. He wanted the suburbs. They want in the city One you know. Just across the board suburbanites older people So you know that's that's the that's the dynamic and play but you know. I think that we're in this corona virus issue. His created such a strange dynamic with our politics. Now I mean people like Have have tuned up to government and politics at times because it's boring or it doesn't affect them they think but here we are in this moment of time in our country where we're in a crisis and government matters and our politics matter and I think that you know. These campaigns is the calibrate what their messaging is going to be moving forward. It's basically you tap everything that's happened before and you focus on what is going to be monitoring people moving forward and I think that's what the Biden campaign the trump campaign. I think that's what they all are going to be focused on. So what does this mean for the Sanders Campaign? We saw in the last debate Just over the weekend him really connecting the covert nineteen pandemic to the need for universal healthcare in the United States. But is there. Is there a chance of his campaign regaining? Some traction at this point. I don't see that but I do think that the sanders campaign represents a really important constituency. His supporters are some of the most passionate people in Politics. And they matter and they're they're young people they're diverse. They fit for Democrats. This is this is part of the pulse of the Party. You heard Biden in the clip. We played where he's he's wanting to bring those people into the fold and give them a voice and you know how does Biden do that? Well maybe he picks up some of these points in the Sanders Platform on health care on student loans and speak to those people. Draw them in. That will be his key to success. Well in addition to the presidential race Dave. We talked earlier about the state's attorney race and a couple of congressional races. But I want to turn to a few other local contests on the ballot. Let's look at the seat up for grabs on the Illinois state. Supreme Court reminded us what's going on there. The Supreme Court has seven seats on it and it's controlled by Democrats and the way the Constitution is written. There are three seats in Cook County and this is one of those Cook County seats. It was hell by the late justice. Chief Justice Charles Freeman He was the only African American on the court. I won in fact and he chose to retire a couple of years ago and his replacement is justice. Piece gotten a Ville so Ville was on the ballot. This time for a ten year term This race has still not been called by the Associated Press Nashville is is up. Twenty four percent roughly and He's a second place person. Appellate Court justice named Jesse Ray us who has a twenty one percent ninety percent of the vote counted here? It's a little hard to see how that that spread narrows but as I said. Ap has not called that race yet. Let's turn the Cook County Clerks Race. What happened there last night again? It's another race that has not been called by a p ninety eight percent of the precincts have counted state. Senator Iris. Martinez is ahead. Pretty decisively. I think in looking at these numbers. She's got thirty four percent and then In second place Michael Karp Kevin Archie. Who at twenty seven percent? You know what most people who've been in their living rooms over the last month or so have seen these commercials that Kevin are she keeps airing about. How do you say my last name and I think I caught it right there? But he had a lot of money spent on television advertising. And it doesn't appear that that is going to get him over the Hump here. Were there any other races that that surprised you? I think the one that probably was the biggest headline of the night was in the cirque. Rational district Marine Newman Defeating Congressman Bill Lipinski and understand that congressman Lipinski is going to be making a statement about his campaign at two thirty this afternoon which WBZ will be covering. And I think that is a big victory for a progressive democratic politics Women's groups were very involved abortion rights groups involved in so newman has pulled this out. You know and she wanted on the strength. I think of of the suburban vote so between now and November what will be watching some of these runoff elections. Well again I think you know our our politics are so upset down right now and I think that that you know. There's such a hunger in the world about information on the corona virus. And so I think it's going to be up to two. Politicians of all stripes were on the ballot from top to bottom to figure out how they can best help people deal with this problem and it doesn't matter if it's a state level or federal level county level. That's right now all people's minds and I think you know I think in any of these campaigns you know that's GonNa be kind of the troop benchmark.

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"illinois" Discussed on Reset with Jenn White

Reset with Jenn White

09:37 min | 1 year ago

"illinois" Discussed on Reset with Jenn White

"This is reset. I'm Jen white in just a bit. We'll take you inside the somewhat. Arcane Process Illinois uses to apportion delegates in the presidential but first former Vice President Biden's campaign continues to rack up wins a massive night for former vice president. Joe Biden Michigan Mississippi and Missouri. And that's not all fighting. Also took Idaho and appears to split the vote in what many thought was a sanders. Stronghold Washington State Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders editor his delegate count with Washington split and with a win North Dakota but the Michigan win is huge for Biden Sanders won. The state narrowly over Hillary Clinton. For years ago and Biden's victory could play a crucial role in gaining the nomination. Here to tell us more about Biden's win and Michigan is Zoe Clark. She's Co host of Michigan. Radio's it's just politics is Zoe. Hi Jen so good to be here so tell me four years ago Bernie. Sanders squeaked out a win over Hillary Clinton in Michigan this time around Biden beat Bernie badly by seventeen percentage points. What happened exactly. Yeah I mean it was decisive now. Polls leading up to Tuesday showed that that appeared to be happening but polls said the same thing. Gen four years ago. Hillary Clinton up by twenty points just days before that March eighth primary and then Bernie Sanders one. So what happened is Biden. Took the state by storm whereas Bernie Sanders four years ago when all but ten counties in Michigan Hillary Clinton had only won ten. He wants seventy-three. It appears ninety nine percent of the state's precincts counted that Joe Biden is going to win all eighty three counties here in Michigan. What have you been able to? Suss out about the demographics of the voters who swung to Biden this time around. Yeah well I mean we are talking about it. Seems like all the sort of demographics right suburban women who are very important here in Michigan Union. Voters that in sixteen some definitely went to donald trump or went to Bernie Sanders. It appears that Biden is sort of reliving. The the Obama Voters including in the city of Detroit Biden got nearly two times as many votes than Bernie Sanders did in the state's largest city so we hunted Biden. Sanders approach campaigning in the state Differently because one was almost non-existent a Bernie Sanders really sort of double down. He tripled down on the state he came in last Friday. He was here all day Friday Saturday Sunday Monday. He was in populous cities that he was hoping for big turnout he visited. Detroit he visited grand rapids. He was in Ann Arbor Biden however he had surrogates up until Monday. Now you know he had democratic names John Kerry was here over the weekend folks like that but Biden did not come till Monday But he did hold a rally in Detroit with Kamala Harris and Cory Booker. And so there was some question among folks who watch this things were we gonna see. 2016 again. Was Biden sort of taking Michigan for granted but it turns out he was not. What does that tell you about where voters are in Michigan? The fact that Biden did not have a heavy presence there himself the F. surrogates they are but Bernie Sanders really poured a lot of energy to the state but couldn't get the votes. Yeah I mean I think you can take things away you can say one that Joe Biden was not Hillary Clinton And you can have a whole hour or two conversation on reset about that and the differences in candidates there. The other is the fact that it appears that Michigan Democrats voters are seriously fed up with Donald Trump and whereas there was a possibility in sixteen. I will always say you've probably heard me say this before. That was not the Donald Trump one Michigan. But Hillary Clinton Lost Michigan right and so it appears that Biden. Got The turnout in a way that Hillary Clinton did not and that Democrats are frustrated and maybe Biden was not their first choice or their second choice or their or their four choice but they are falling in line right old adage is Democrats Fall in love not in line but it appears that is what they are doing here with Joe Biden because of frustration against Donald Trump. Let's talk about the youth turnout in Michigan. Because Bernie Sanders has really made a strong argument for being able to call out young voters. Bring THEM TO HIS CAMPAIGN. Bring them to his side. Did that happen in Michigan? So it's really interesting because that is what we had also heard for days right. That the youth vote Particularly because Michigan also aside from a okaying a no reason absentee ballot in eighteen. Also cades same day voter registration of which thirteen thousand new voters took part in the day of and there was lines that we saw outside of college campuses right that we assumed than an exit polls found out that did go for Bernie Sanders and turn up. Turn out was up but it did not help sanders right. Turnout was up but it still went for Biden. And so you've gotta decide. Was this just a vocal minority But the coalition was not what it was for Bernie Sanders in sixteen and some of that included the youth vote so Michigan Manufacturing state long history with the automotive industry. How do those voters play into this race? Well I think you can't discount that right and Joe Biden certainly. Didn't you probably remember You Know Joe Biden here in Michigan. Barack Obama here in Michigan You know during their administration and the line during the federal bail was Osama bin Laden is dead and General Motors is alive and so a lot of auto workers are remembering that and remembered that about Joe Biden and some union voters right who did crossover and and vote for trump It appears that Biden was able to grab back that vote. No Biden was endorsed by several of the previous previous Democratic candidates. That have since dropped out of the race to judge. Amy Klobuchar Motor recently Cory Booker and Kamala Harris. Do you think those endorsements are part of why we're seeing this momentum behind Biden right now yes. I don't think you can discount it and part of that. We know because again the absentee ballots. Tell us something so here in Michigan as I keep talking about these absentee ballots but it is important to note. That folks were turning in absentee ballots. But then you're also in Michigan allowed to do what's called spoiling a ballot so in Michigan there were still more than a dozen presidential candidates on the ballot and some folks voted absentee two weeks ago for people to judge or Elizabeth Warren but then they came back and they spoiled their ballots which means they went to their city clerk and said look. I don't WanNa you know. Have My vote not counted? I want to get it back. And it looks like a majority of those folks went towards Joe Biden and I think this goes back to maybe not the first choice Munoz second choice number third place but they are going to fall in line. And so a lot of those folks that Amy Klobuchar Elizabeth. Warren's the Buddha judges on and on appear to have decided that their second choice at least between Bernie and Joe was joe so to the surprise of many Senator Bernie Sanders only secure to win in. North Dakota also had slightly in Washington State. Voters still being counted at this point. How difficult would it be for senators to bounce back and win the nomination? Well I mean I keep an eye on Michigan. I want be careful talking nationally but I mean by to needs fewer than half of the delegates laughed and I just the folks are saying what I mean. I can even say looking at Mando now. You know a math major in college here but is the pathway right to get the nomination for him. Just doesn't appear to be there and I think it was telling last night that after Biden's win in Michigan and as you mentioned other states Bernie Sanders chose not to speak. I mean I think that is telling and not just in that you know corona virus fears and maybe they didn't want to have rallies I mean Biden delivered his speech not in front of an audience. I think it is telling and I think we've gotTA wait the next couple of days to see to see what happens for Bernie Sanders but anyone who's just looking at the delegate math. It is very difficult to see a path forward Bernie Sanders will next week our state Illinois along with Arizona Ohio and Florida will hold primary elections. They're still a general election ahead. Remember that remember that yeah coming around November. Well you'd be watching four. Oh my gosh. I mean for Michigan. It is just Ken. Trump do it again. We went six presidential election cycles. Going to Democratic presidential nominees Donald Trump stopped that in twenty sixteen and so it is going to be fascinating to watch whether democratic voter turnout Does what appears to have done in. The primary does what it appeared to do in twenty eighteen. We had the highest voter turnout for a mid year election in decades and decades in Michigan in Eighteen and Democrats basically swept all the statewide races. So you know that is telling and portends that Michigan could possibly if election held in the next few days go blue but as you say November is a long way off that so he Clark. She's Co host of Michigan. Radio's it's just politics Zoey. Thanks so much pleasure.

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"illinois" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"illinois" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Illinois and new travel restrictions have been put in place to try to contain the spread of this deadly virus Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu seeking reelection for the third time in under a year and opinion polls forecast another stalemate students at Tosun university in Maryland one school officials to remove the names of two slave owning politicians from campus dormitories Dave Packer ABC news do you have three ex wives in your current trophy wife wants a life insurance policy three times the size of the policies you had to purchase for your previous mistakes if so you need to call big blue eyed term provider eight hundred two seven six sixteen forty Bigelow is intimately familiar with your problems and if you're fifty or sixty years old and in reasonably good health a one million dollar policy should only cost about a hundred to two hundred dollars per month big blue may have a solution for your previous policies as well you may even save enough money to lighten the load on your new one million dollar policy remember called big Lou he's like you said he's only on number two called term provider at eight hundred two seven six sixteen forty that's eight hundred two seven six sixteen forty for a million dollars in term life insurance that you can live with called big Lou at eight hundred two seven six sixteen forty eight hundred two seven six sixteen forty now K. two whether we've got a few clouds around a for the morning hours east of the cascades of the way should be clearing with some west winds today especially through the board while I'm on the mountain and snow from yesterday will draw a lot of people into the valley locations were waking up to foggy freezing fog and temperatures headed toward about fifty today under partly cloudy skies with Kate to stormtracker weather I merry Los the following is a paid presentation the following is a paid advertisement by purity products these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent.

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"illinois" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"illinois" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"I if someone said this was a Russian imperial stout. I wouldn't have thought I would have not have class. What would I say this? I feel like it's teen. Like, I I'd be very interested to see what the grain bills late for it. I mean, a lot of times burgers roasts note from from the roasted, it's got the bird fruit. It's got like a car. Notes. And and I get the dark fruit too. Hey, I feel like that's a delightful quality this beer, because I'm really not into the Roasti toast Easter you're like it on a little bit of the fruits. Yes. Yeah. Start. Yes. Some of the first things are talking about though were just a style criticism. But then John is talking about the way it tastes and enjoys that. I think right, right. Yes. Yeah. I mean, just as a beer, but I again, I would probably be like you said hard the really identified as a Russian imperial Stamm. Yeah. I am enjoying it. Because of that stone fruit to it that really kinda makes it a little bit different. But if somebody said to me, it was a Russian imperial that. I wouldn't of said really, well, I would've said. I agree. It's tasty. And. Bessant? I get a little effervescent and eleven point five. I don't get that wall so ever. So that's what makes the spirit dangerous boozy. It's not boozy doesn't taste like a Russian imperial stout. You think maybe you're just having a light porter? And all of a sudden you stand up on your drop down. But that the southern Illinois way. There you go. Right. Illinois beer. So I have a question for you guys. How the hell did you get such an effeminate dog? I know actually in real life that no but feminine looking dog like a Salou key. There's a weird Egypt thing going down in southern. So southern Illinois is known as little Egypt. Really? In fact, pyramids. One of the towns down there, which in Egypt is pronounced as Cairo but down in southern Illinois K row. So it's no serpent. They have trouble with English also fill it. It's known as little Egypt. It the Salukis is actually the fastest dog. Yup. And I greyhound faster than a greyhound. It will be great legs on of that and airline Keith greyhounds. They're kind of mean, and I saw the Salu key mascot for the foot during a football game. Ace the Drake university football team off of the field. Interestingly enough, you say that FOSS, but they have a hair hanging down. Right. That doesn't dog curious locks. They they look like supermodels quite Afghan. Like, they do have fluffy years, and they are extremely fast, and you can't outrun them. Well, I could outrun run a bloody d'action. Okay. So the Salu key is really. Going up in my estimation here. Well, done Salukis the beer I'm going to get a thumbs up here. And then we're gonna come back with our kind of bonus beer for a summary. What do we think on? This guy's like kids. We have oh, we have quite a mixed bag. We have we have one undecided. We have one two three. I'm going to get one-two-three thumbs up a thumbs down. I'm gonna give it a halfway only by virtue of okay, it's a Russian imperial stout. Doesn't ice that characteristic of one? But I do like the flavor. So I love the name. Now. I love the name. I love the video clips, and you know, the whole significance of it. I think is really unique to southern Illinois and kudos to big money. I mean, taste fine. It just the style might throw you amber lager that they put out for for seventeenth street. So. Maybe I'll give it's my go-to there. I got on the beer, I do blackout on the route. It'd be good because I am Balogh as to what don't hate him. Okay. Them a little bit of extra. Give them extra. Thumb woods because it's a really cool. Nice label. Very good. We'll come back in a second. And you guys going to SIS what you think your favorite Bruce of the night were meaning that we know we we've tasted a few. That are okay better. Good. I've got the hiccups. Okay. Thankless. Finish up here. We've had we've had a bumper evening enough on everybody should be down here for this. In the pop. We have we have a crowd in the background right crowd. Yes. Down the back there. So we're gonna finish out the evening with a summary of what everybody's talked to biz..

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"illinois" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"illinois" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"I if someone said this was a Russian imperial stout. I wouldn't have thought I would have not have class. What would I say this? I feel like it's teen. Like, I I'd be very interested to see what the grain bills late for it. I mean, a lot of times burgers roasts note from from the roasted, it's got the bird fruit. It's got like a car. Notes. And and I get the dark fruit too. Hey, I feel like that's a delightful quality this beer, because I'm really not into the Roasti toast Easter you're like it on a little bit of the fruits. Yes. Yeah. Start. Yes. Some of the first things are talking about though were just a style criticism. But then John is talking about the way it tastes and enjoys that. I think right, right. Yes. Yeah. I mean, just as a beer, but I again, I would probably be like you said hard the really identified as a Russian imperial Stamm. Yeah. I am enjoying it. Because of that stone fruit to it that really kinda makes it a little bit different. But if somebody said to me, it was a Russian imperial that. I wouldn't of said really, well, I would've said. I agree. It's tasty. And. Bessant? I get a little effervescent and eleven point five. I don't get that wall so ever. So that's what makes the spirit dangerous boozy. It's not boozy doesn't taste like a Russian imperial stout. You think maybe you're just having a light porter? And all of a sudden you stand up on your drop down. But that the southern Illinois way. There you go. Right. Illinois beer. So I have a question for you guys. How the hell did you get such an effeminate dog? I know actually in real life that no but feminine looking dog like a Salou key. There's a weird Egypt thing going down in southern. So southern Illinois is known as little Egypt. Really? In fact, pyramids. One of the towns down there, which in Egypt is pronounced as Cairo but down in southern Illinois K row. So it's no serpent. They have trouble with English also fill it. It's known as little Egypt. It the Salukis is actually the fastest dog. Yup. And I greyhound faster than a greyhound. It will be great legs on of that and airline Keith greyhounds. They're kind of mean, and I saw the Salu key mascot for the foot during a football game. Ace the Drake university football team off of the field. Interestingly enough, you say that FOSS, but they have a hair hanging down. Right. That doesn't dog curious locks. They they look like supermodels quite Afghan. Like, they do have fluffy years, and they are extremely fast, and you can't outrun them. Well, I could outrun run a bloody d'action. Okay. So the Salu key is really. Going up in my estimation here. Well, done Salukis the beer I'm going to get a thumbs up here. And then we're gonna come back with our kind of bonus beer for a summary. What do we think on? This guy's like kids. We have oh, we have quite a mixed bag. We have we have one undecided. We have one two three. I'm going to get one-two-three thumbs up a thumbs down. I'm gonna give it a halfway only by virtue of okay, it's a Russian imperial stout. Doesn't ice that characteristic of one? But I do like the flavor. So I love the name. Now. I love the name. I love the video clips, and you know, the whole significance of it. I think is really unique to southern Illinois and kudos to big money. I mean, taste fine. It just the style might throw you amber lager that they put out for for seventeenth street. So. Maybe I'll give it's my go-to there. I got on the beer, I do blackout on the route. It'd be good because I am Balogh as to what don't hate him. Okay. Them a little bit of extra. Give them extra. Thumb woods because it's a really cool. Nice label. Very good. We'll come back in a second. And you guys going to SIS what you think your favorite Bruce of the night were meaning that we know we we've tasted a few. That are okay better. Good. I've got the hiccups. Okay. Thankless. Finish up here. We've had we've had a bumper evening enough on everybody should be down here for this. In the pop. We have we have a crowd in the background right crowd. Yes. Down the back there. So we're gonna finish out the evening with a summary of what everybody's talked to biz..

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"illinois" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"illinois" Discussed on Court Junkie

"The handyman true hardware store located in saint louis approximately seven and a half miles from the coleman home she said she went to the store and obtained a copy of the receipt which was signed by christopher e coleman uncrossed examination hind admitted that no cans of apple red spray paint were found in chris's house car or any other place associated with him lindell more a forensic scientist for the illinois state police testified about the similarities between the spray paint writings found on the wall and chris's known writings he said there were six alphabet characters that contained similarities i g c k b and p uncrossed examination however he admitted that he couldn't tell if the spray paintings had been britain by one person or to the justice doomed that they were made by the same person he also couldn't tell if the person was right or left handed and said it's difficult to compare spray painting to handwriting and with that the state rested their case chris's defense team called stephen mckesson a document examiner who had previously worked for the illinois state police in the postal service to the stand mckesson testified that the writings on the wall appeared to aben disguised because there was a lack of normalcy he said this was evidenced by the mixing of capital letters and small letters and cursive and printing because they were so disguised he said it would be pretty unreliable to draw any conclusion other than inconclusive from that comparison ronald butters a professor of english and anthropology at duke university testified that there were problems with robert leonard's analysis he said that any similarities in the writings were linguistically meaningless and that the four categories provided by leonard were useless he agreed with the fbi's conclusion that couldn't give an opinion as to similarities between the writings he said leonard should've review used to testify about this at all because it wasn't scientifically valid and then the defense rested after at first declaring that they were a hung jury the jury deliberated further and found chris guilty on all three counts chris was sentenced to three concurrent life sentences.

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"illinois" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"illinois" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Today's case starts back in november two thousand eight in columbia illinois a small saint louis suburb chris sheri coleman along with their two sons garret and gavin lived in a beautiful two storey home in the columbia lake subdivision honestly they were like when i remember being younger in thinking like wow this is exactly what you hope to grow up and the type of family and husband that you hope to have out of life they were hurting chris first of all you know just from what i i was young at the time i was in high school and like just kinda starting college but they were very much in love and i remember you know kind of he would send her these really cute sweet text messages like when they weren't together sometimes she would come into chicago and he would not come with or he would be on business trip or something like that and he would send her these really nice text messages and you know it was sweet as a high school kid i was like oh my god that's like you know what you want when you grow up and those boys were so polite so energetic smart funny like everyone you know any word that you can use described them as positive they were but in november two thousand eight something erie started happening the family started receiving death threats i via email at twelve fifty one pm on november eighteenth two thousand eight chris went to the columbia police department to report it he said he had received two emails to his work email address threatening his family he told police that he believed that it was because of his occupation he was the personal bodyguard for joyce meyer a christian author and speaker who travels around the world giving speeches and holding conventions and it wasn't odd to think that joyce could have enemies just five years earlier the saint louis post dispatch published a four part article detailing joyce's lavish lifestyle including her ten million dollar corporate jet her husband's mercedes worth more than one hundred thousand dollars her two million dollar home in twenty million dollar headquarters while joyce maintained that there was quote no need for us to apologize for being blessed the reports prompted a christian watchdog group to call on the irs to investigate joyce and her family but no wrongdoing was ever found kris showed the police officers the email which was from the email address destroy chris a g mail.

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"illinois" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"illinois" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"It is very hard to get any traction in southern illinois doing anything so if you're like a an organizer from chicago you might as well just head back to chicago because they don't want to hear i mean it's almost that bad i know somebody that that moved here in kindergarten in they said i'm still an outsider 'cause like my parents were raised air and i don't have like ken from here i mean they are lovely people and they will be nice to you but you're still not from here it's not to say in ministers the totally different way of live so chicago is seen as this like dicta to'real state in part of the state that chicago makes all the sessions and we just have to live with it and so there's a lot of angst and an issues with that from the south and the southern end of the state especially this is just a tip for anybody listening when you refer to springfield as southern illinois and we ended drive three and a half hours north to get springfield it tends to make people a bit irritated especially when their state below us springfields not southern illinois it's kind of in the center of the state in might seem south chicago but it's not knowing i would say here in the metro east and surrounding areas we do have that almost abused child syndrome with chicago but you have to remember even when you're dealing with family services most of the resources you either have to go to chicago area or springfield there's not a lot down here for kids that need to be removed for the home for safety or anything like that most of the resources are up north so it it it is just a geography game and unfortunately that's that's where a lot of.

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