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"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Will go wrong in the middle of a show and we had Greg the Jay Weber show producer and Dave frantically I'm seeing the two of them gesturing wildly to each other while trying to figure out what's going on in there we can't you know at at this is the sort of thing that happens in radio though and I love it I do love it it's it's whole areas that we we have such a skeleton crew working right now that we the nearest engineer I think is where Cincinnati Chicago so if we had a real serious issue it would take two and a half hours to get an engineer here three hours yeah we might as well what they're gonna have me climbing up the tower myself to try to fix things oh boy oh boy I love it I do love it it's hilarious but we do have everything fixed we think so yeah we are running late okay ladies and gentlemen each and every week at usually ten twenty on Tuesday morning sometimes at ten forty five we take a look back at the stories that shaped us as Americans in a brand new segment that we call forgotten history general George Washington was always underestimated as a filthy American rebel how could he not be in the eyes of the British he was a ruffian a simpleton whose military skill couldn't possibly match that of the finest most refined it generals the crown sent to the colonies to put down their foolish uprising the finest most refined most sophisticated of these was general William Howell a man of high birth in status in England who is the epitome of dignity and class she was nothing short of Washington's polar opposite any prove time and time again disappear into his superiority in battle by winning.

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"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"jay weber" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"jay weber" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Murphy's team is rape allegations by former campaign, volunteer against someone who works for the campaign transition, and ultimately the administration Selma Jay Weber says the investigation fan negligence bordering on intentional. Wrongdoing though, is appalling there were significant failures of leadership. But this administration and bordering on, I think is our colleagues found delivery derelictions of duty the bills, advanced unanimously. They haven't yet potato in the Senate at the state house. Michael Simon's, New Jersey, went to one point five news. Watchdog group is with a new report funding persistent dumping of tainted dirt and debris. Sometimes contaminated with cancer causing material continues to the problem in New Jersey. The state commission of investigation report finds contaminated soil and other debris continues to be a legally dumped near waterways in homes, even though the SEI worn state officials about the problem two years ago, spokesperson, Kathy Riley says, when this type of dumping takes place, there's a real risk environment. And also the level of these potential carcinogens Barak standards. The report recommends new laws being acted to crack down on unscrupulous dirt brokers who continually break the law. David math down New Jersey one zero one point five news, New Jersey lawmakers are considering loosening sports betting restrictions to allow the owners of the golden nugget to accept bets on most NBA teams. The owner of the NBA, Houston Rockets also owns the casino when New Jersey lawmakers legalize sports betting last year. There was a provision that band team owners from placing or accepting bets on any games involving.

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"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Starting with a simple inconvenient preapproval from great midwest Bank. Visit great midwest. Bank dot com to learn more about simply local commonsense lending. The cabinetry is building a brand new state of the art showroom right next door. Kurt location with a plan, spring opening take you to all of our customers over the past thirty five years for making this growth possible. Stay tuned on social media for updates on our progress. Tree news, weather, traffic, and the no nonsense perspective of an honest man. It's Jay Weber, weekday mornings, six to nine stay informed all day, every day. On news talk seven thirty w w w h d to Milwaukee and I heart radio station. Good afternoon. I'm Dave Michaels. A jury trial will begin July eighth for the man charged with killing Milwaukee police officer, Matthew Rittner Twenty-six-year-old Jordan Frikkie appeared in a wheelchair for his pretrial hearing this morning. He's charged with first degree intentional homicide. Rittner served seventeen years in the Milwaukee police department in two tours in Iraq. A twenty eight year old man is in custody, and three children are safe following a standoff this morning with police and find a lack. Here's police captain. Jason the Rudin about four fifteen received a phone call a male twenty eight year old male who was acting suspicious at some point in time he armed himself with a knife. President Trump talked trade today in Britain today. He met with UK government leaders, the president hopes to announce a new trade agreement soon checking the Bryant heating and cooling sports scoreboard after day off yesterday. The brewers opened up a three-game series tonight at Miller park against the Marlins from your local roofer, the over the top roof dot com news center, I'm Dave Michaels. Newstalk eleven thirty WFAN seventy.

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"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"As a matter of fact, the last segment of this program, we're gonna talk a little bit about an important. What might be the most important military moment in American history? So prepare yourselves for that. But right now we have a symbol depend on to talk about the people that have thrown their hat in the democratic ring. If you will to become the nominee for that party for president in twenty twenty and we want to continue on with our panel, which includes w is news director, Benjamin yount. We also have to contributors and producers and guest hosts and all sorts of things in Gregory. John from Jay Weber show, and we also have Dave Michaels from Donald Donald show and. WFAN frequent contributor and great reporter for the macgyver institute a mad kennel. Joining me Jerry, but in this particular program. So let's talk about Bernie Sanders a little bit met. Let me start with you the question I kind of put out in the notes for you panelist ponder is whether or not Bernie's sort of old school socialism. Sort of standard socialism, can can stand up to the to the really outrageous. Irrational new socialism, that some of his competitors are embracing, and I guess, what I'm asking is, what was so kind of new and unique and kind of outland dish about Bernie Sanders in two thousand sixteen now feels to me to be kind of tired, and stale, and yesterday's news and my wrong about that. No, I think you're absolutely right. I think each of these candidates that comes into the race tries to one up the last socialist or the last alter liberal, they're trying to out socialists, the socialist. And that's what you have in the situation of Bernie Sanders. Yeah. He he blazed the path in two thousand sixteen and I, I remember covering the D N C in two thousand sixteen and hot Philadelphia and just how hot those Bernie delegates were when they learn just how Bernie how much Bernie was got screwed in all. But I don't think that memory is going to survive and look at Bernie Sanders today, this is the guy who campaigned remember in two thousand sixteen on getting dark money out of the whole rice dark money out of the whole race. And what is he doing? He's got three separate packs. He's got all kinds of money. So if anybody has evolved even more, it's Bernie recognizing that the stuff that he used to call dark money is pretty.

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"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Good afternoon. Welcome to the program. I'm Vicki McKenna. News talk eleven thirty w I s n lots of stuff coming up on the program today. The the William bar stuff is just it's just stupid. It is it is crossed the Rubicon into absurd. Stupidity. We'll get to that coming up on the program. It's just another day of this seriously. But before we get into any of that stuff. Your word this hour. You need your word this hour up before I give you your word this hour. I'm going to tell you that Keith. Dobbs of Franklin was listening to the Jerry bought well, actually, Jay Weber show. Jerry bought was subbing for Jada day at seven AM any a thousand bucks. Congratulations kief sev- you'd like to be winner number. What thirteen I think. Then you're you're gonna wanna text the word van V A N to the number two hundred two hundred Keith. I think that's cool. I love it that so many people win and our radio station at drives our company crazy that so many people win in a radio station because it's a nationwide contest the spring green cash contest people all over the country are trying to win a thousand bucks, and you guys are winning. It's awesome. You're the New York Yankees of contests -ting. All right. Quick quick disclaimers. Here if you enter the contest to receive that confirmation texting that you enter the contest you'll also receive additional Texan iheartradio. Standard data and message rates apply. Awesome. I'm pleased to report that my computer is working here yesterday right before it went on the show. I sprayed my computer with soda this laptop. I have an HP elitebook. It's old. It's old like from two thousand thirteen it's the it's the one that the radio station gives me to us. What we're a private company? So, you know, we don't have tax dollars. That are endless that we can just dip into and you, you know, wreck your computer. So I was I was in a panic because I thought I I thought I broke my computer, and I was going to get something that does something crappy to replace it with that was sitting in a box somewhere in storage in the building. But it's working. It's working perfectly. I swear you. I don't want to HP doesn't pay me to say this. But I don't think HP elitebook can be destroyed. This thing is just but I've I've dropped it into water. I've sprayed water on it. I've dropped it off tables multiple times. I've left it in a really cold car. Too cold of a car for a very long period of time. I've left it into hot of a car for a long period of time and every single time when I powered on it just it just works. So if you're thinking about something that can. Really take abuse. You know, HP elitebook I would like to thank our engineering team for making sure that my computer works today. I don't often give them the, thanks. They deserve. But it's very it's very nice. Hey, folks, you want to have some fun? I didn't mean to troll people on my Facebook page today. But it seems that we have turned a link of an article on game of thrones into a full on row. If you want to participate. I always love it when when folks this is what they're showing you. When you so much response to this one post that I put up on Facebook game of thrones. I'm watching the last season of game of thrones. I don't understand what's going on. The only reason I'm watching the last season of game of thrones is because my husband loves this show. And I think it's really rude to make him stay up late and watch the show DVR because I am not a fan. So I'm watching the last season of game of thrones. I don't get it. I think the dragons are cool. I watched the I tried to watch the first episode, and it was so it was so graphic gratuitous and over the top that, you know, multiple rape scenes in the first show, a midget orgy, and the first show depiction of incest and the first show, I just didn't need to trouble myself with a st- a political soap opera of the realm that included included gratuitous nudity and very very graphic depictions of it. So so I wrote it off. You can't say that apparently online. You can't say that on Facebook without having people get very very angry with you. But in any case, what this shows when I put this story up about game of thrones on my Facebook page and all of the response to it. Because a lot of people are huge fans of this show. My husband's a huge fan of this show. I think Russia's a huge fan of the show some people I like a lot of huge fans of the show people really would love to talk about things that are in politics all the time. You've got some kind of political allegory playing out in this show for eight seasons. And and I'm not going to watch it because you know, I just don't need to see multiple instances of midget orgies. I don't it's not my thing. Hobbit porn, not my thing. But I personally think people would I mean, I'm looking at every single other article I posted on Facebook today every single other article, and there are some horrifying things I've posted on Facebook. From the realm of politics, and what's gotten the most response. The most response was to the game of thrones post. I'm not trolling you guys. I didn't post that to troll. You. I threw it up there because I thought it would be a nice distraction from politics, and it is the other post that got a lot of attention recently that I put up was a post about vendors and game. Again, people wanted to comment on that either. They didn't like the movie they wanted to bash on the movie, they hated the concept of comic book movies or they loved it in any in any case. It was hundreds of comments unav- injures post. I put up I'm not kidding. Hundreds of comments on posts. I'm putting up about the Bill bar hearings. I'm not getting that. So, you know, I think in terms of politics. What does this say? Democrats are overplaying their hand politicizing everything. It's it feels like it's true. It maybe I'm wrong. Maybe I'm wrong. But when people who might Facebook page is a political Facebook page, the purpose of the pages to put up stories about politics, and culture, and and ask people if they would like to participate in a discussion about it to jump in there and go go nuts. That's what the purpose of the pages. The purpose of the page isn't to share pictures of, you know, happy kittens or anything like that. It's it's about politics. And when people would even people who are inclined or already liking my page because they're interested in the politics would find themselves more interested or comfortable commenting on things that were not political. It's a sign. It is a sign. And it may not be scientific my gut on this. It might not be scientific. It's not scientific it may not be. I I may be wrong is what I should say. I might be wrong about this. Maybe everybody loves the idea of politicizing literally everything. But which is what the Democrats are doing everything is politics. Everything the soda you drink the ice cream you consume. I'm looking at an article here right now that somebody who's involved in dairy in the dairy industry in Wisconsin sent to me. A picture of gay ice cream. Yeah. Big gay ice cream, and it's got a rainbow ice cream cone on it. And it's got a unicorn on. I'm like ice cream. You're.

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"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Contest came from the Jay Weber show from W, I S, and we have a total of twelve winners. What's that? Keith from Franklin was the winner says, my producer. Dave. Do you know where the most racist community in Wisconsin is? This one surprised me? It is. Apparently. Woah, tosa. Woah, tosa is so racist that they need a city commission to tell them how racist they are to study, the innate racism of all the liberals in. Woah, tosa to report the findings and to make woah tosa less racist. Hellhole this from the journal sentinel, Karen polar sqi, a woah tosa alderman is raising questions about its citizens groups proposal to promote inclusion and equality toasted together formed in two thousand sixteen is asking for a city committee to focus on issues. Quote, embedded in the community said Lynn wurley, the group's organizer alderman, Jason co froth cited several examples of the ways minorities are celebrated look at the popularity of the Milwaukee Bucks. He said at a meeting of facility councils government affairs committee this week. A new arena is full of people who are all cheering team. That is almost all African American. If you cheer Pat contin though, you are a racist. Just so you know, what tosa? If you producer Dave says after that first pitch last night. Yeah. I saw the video. He definitely needs to stick to basketball. She as euchre would say just a bit outside. He did not have a baseball contract. No, he wasn't I refuse to believe that he's a baseball player to he was drafted. He is. I actually do believe that in fact now that you mention it. I do remember that being part of content, but he chose to play basketball at Notre Dame. Instead looks like he's a little rusty. But what would tosa needs to celebrate diversity because as this group toast together? And I went to their Facebook page this morning, and the picture is of a black hand and a white hand forming a heart together, I know, it's it's so sweet and not at all virtue signaling has nothing to do with virtue, signaling. So co froth is saying look, we've got the bucks the NFL draft. Everybody was excited about the new Packers players who are almost all African American. He said look Hamilton is coming to Milwaukee. Everybody wants to see Hamilton. Hamilton, and it's touring company. You might remember a couple of years ago said whites need not apply for any roles in Hamilton. I'm dead serious about this the only segregation the only racism that is allowed is when it's directed towards white people. So wurley said the examples that that this alderman cited where the very reason that we need this city commission because while it may not seem that what what to- sins are as racist as they are. They are really really racist. They may go to bucks games. They may celebrate the black players. The Packers drafted they may even get tickets to Hamilton. But they are still so racist that a majority of the people at this hearing desperately needed the city's racism police to be an active city resident and small business owner Nydia Morris Jones said that when she speaks to people of color, they say, well, what tosa has fun things to do in great restaurants. But they don't feel like they belong. You can't change his story by posting a nice picture on a website. You have to be authentic Morris. Jones says. Has there been a conservative in city government in Walla tosa in the last decade? I don't think. So there has been no the takeover of. Woah. Tosa by Bouche wa liberals who grow up and to raise a family, but want to be as close to downtown Milwaukee as possible. It's it's there it sure would it's whitefish bay. So you've got this sort of conflict with the older. Woah, tosa residents who are giving way too far more liberal. I would I would argue what it does is one of the most liberal places in southeast Wisconsin. Just look what they put in the Wisconsin state assembly, Robin Vining is a certified crazy person. She is. Let's just say there are there are a few residents short of a city going on with Robin Vining. She is an I'll refer you to some of the answers that she gave in her debate. Before the election last November. But what does that even though there are so many liberals in Walla toasts apparently liberals are look, I don't see these concerns in conservative areas like new Berlin. I'm not seeing what Paco being so racist that it actually needs a city commission to study how racist it is. That's so weird. Because it seems like the more liberal place is the more innate racism that community faces. Co froth. And a big problem with what I was talking about the changing demographics of. Woah, tosa. He's concerned that there are still a rather. He was concerned that this this toasted together group was concerned that there were just too many white Christians in Walla tosa. Co froth also asked about a sentence that was in an earlier version of tosa togethers rationale given to him for this new city commission in April but had been deleted. It said while discrimination is no longer legal the suburbs have remained overwhelmingly white and Christian until recently co froth wanted to know what the term overwhelmingly white in Christian meant, and why the language had been removed wurley of this toast together group, who is also white said, the document was edited a number of times the language wasn't removed for any underhanded reason. But in response to what people felt was important in a phone interview. Wednesday co froth said he was just asking questions at the meeting not making any kind of commentary. I was asking how do you determine what is considered overwhelmingly white or Christian, and is that a bad thing? Well, clearly once there were questions raised about this language. What would is toasted together group had to delete this? Because the aim is rather obviously to get what what tosa to be less, white and less Christian whilst discrimination is no longer legal. We would very much like all the white Christians to get out of while. What is that not if it's too white and Christian? What does that mean? You don't want as many white Christians in the neighborhood. What if a group calling itself Milwaukee together city, Milwaukee is what? Sixty percent black. I've not up on the current demographics. But it's a minority majority city blacks and Hispanics outnumber white people, I'm fairly certain don't the number of the exact numbers are not as important. Let's say there was a group calling itself Milwaukee together. Remember, Milwaukee is considered one of the most segregated cities in the entire country. Let's say this group called Milwaukee together said. While discrimination is no longer legal. The city of Milwaukee has remained overwhelmingly black. I can't even imagine the outrage that would result. I'm telling you when you want to ask yourself is something racist is something that liberals are proposing when it comes to demographics when it comes to demonizing white heterosexual Christians, just replace one word replaced the word white with the word black if it's racist. When you say the word black, it's racist. When you say the word, white and hey, speaking of racist. Let's get an Ilhan Omar update. Hates. Coursing through Ilhan Omar's veins. Speaking of just too many white people at a recent speech cease. She said the future of.

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"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"New and used motorcycle at slush w try floor cycles of Milwaukee. Choose from a huge selection of us, motorcycles outsail retreat, or by your motorcycle for cash, motorcycles, Milwaukee one hundred twentieth and Silver Spring or motorcycles of Milwaukee dot com. News that's factual, fair and balanced. This continuing coverage on NewsTalk eleven thirty w I s walking. Just leave the Foxconn deal alone from the WFAN newsroom and Benjamin giant, Robin. Voss is starting to wonder if governor Everts wants the Foxconn deal the fail Vostell Jay Weber this morning. The governor's worried about Foxconn not hiring thirteen thousand people in the state. They should just leave the contract of the company as is loss. It's starting to look like the governor's hoping the Foxconn deal will fail. The only reason he can think of is to why does he think some national Democrats would love to be able to blame to blame President Trump? If Foxconn polls out it is a national security crisis. That's how concert Republican Senator Ron Johnson is describing the scene at the southern border. Johnson went to pass Texas yesterday to see the border for himself. He says it's more than just an immigration crisis your Bryant eating cooling, sports scoreboard. The bucks continue to make it look easy. Eric bledsoe. Led the way last night the bucks beat the pistons won twenty two ninety nine they head to Detroit for Saturday. Milwaukee's up two games to none. That's the latest from you. Your local roofer over the top roof dot com newsroom. Benjamin. Out. Our morning Cup of Sean..

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"jay weber" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"jay weber" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

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"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:13 min | 2 years ago

"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Sharing the same characteristic that presumably can want which is economic development without losing essentially single-party rule where he can stay on top and presumably pass along, you know, rule to a fourth generation of Kansas, and you can see prosperity here in Vietnam. And and when you think about the history between the US and Vietnam and the war, of course, in the sixties seventies where you are. Now, I think that's potentially an attractive model to show to Kim. You don't a lot of these seemingly crazy dictators? They've really want only a couple of things they want to keep their power. And they want the trappings of wealth. I mean. Kim. You know, his people have sawdust in their bread. And they're standing in long lines for everything. And it's it's very much a life of deprivation and North Korea. I wonder if he has enough sense to understand that if he were able to bring some level of prosperity to his people, and it wouldn't have to be a I mean, everything's relative. It would just be stomach prosperity. Being able to buy a loaf of bread would be, you know, without having to stand in line for three days, some something like that being able to have some basic things like sanitation transportation. Some way to have individuals be able to. Earn enough income or to have enough. Resources at their disposal to have sustenance for themselves and their families. That's kind of Vietnam started out after the post, you know, mid seventies. I was gonna say defection by the US after the US pulled out. Defections a little bit strong. That's really what happened is that? They still had one party rule, the communist one in the Vietnam civil war. But there were smart enough to understand that having some sort of market based socialism much like the Chinese have adopted would take advantage of the natural resources of that country to the point where they now have some elements of prosperity note else's big in Vietnam, coal, their coal producers. And you know, what else tourism a lot of westerners want to go to Vietnam that whole little Pacific rim sort of tour of Vietnam Cambodia and Thailand is a big tourist destination though, especially Americans. Interesting stuff. So if Donald Trump can go to Kim Jong only go, hey, look. What's denuclearize this peninsula? So that the South Korea's not threatened to the Japanese aren't threatening, quite frankly. So the Chinese are looking at you with a great deal of scrutiny because if you get too aggressive, the the alternate watchdog that part of the world of the Chinese. Begin to be open to market reforms, your popularity and your prestige among your own people will skyrocket. Don't worry about getting losing your power. You're going to enhance your power, and you could point to the way that the the communist party has ruled in Vietnam over the last thirty years or so as evidence of that, I think that's a really interesting strategy. And I just wonder if Hoon is is sane enough to be able to see it. So here's what a win looks like for both sides in this particular summit. For Kim preservation of his regime. That's number one and the loosening of some of the economic sanctions that are being enforced by the international community by the South Koreans and by the US. Loosing those a little bit would certainly help the condition of his people. And I think he's got to be able to connect the dots. Seeing how that would benefit him. So that's what a win would look like for him. And for Donald Trump in actual timeline. With some markers markers with some some benchmarks to hit. A timeline for the start of denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. Coupled with and this might not be part of the negotiations, but it might be ancillary to them some back channel pressure on Kim and the North Koreans from the Chinese to follow. Whatever those benchmarks are those markers might be to meet them. I got to tell you. Joe both George Bill Clinton, George W Bush and Obama all of them were facing a craze situation in North Korea. And they all pled. Well, it's too far gone. Nothing can be done about it. Donald trump. I don't know if the end of he's accessible getting anything done. And maybe. The evil. Butterball is Jay Weber calls. I'm Kim Jong UN might might be planned Trump for a sucker and trying to get some some sanctions lifted. Without giving up anything. Although I'm here to tell you that sanctions that can be quickly lifted can be quickly reapplied to. So there's no real end game for Kim in that regard. Maybe Trump gets it done. I mean, if he at least starts a process where we have one less crazy dude with nuclear weapons on this planet. That's a very good thing. You should sleep easier at night if he can achieve that. And we should all be pulling for him to do just that five twenty nine news talk eleven thirty w I s n guess what? The latest sanctuary county is you'll find out here in about three and a half minutes to grow. Fan. It's time for rapid traffic. I.

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News Talk 1130 WISN

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"To the first hour and fifteen or so of the show today. Scott Walker's doing the show Monday and Tuesday of next week. Former governor will be in this chair look forward to that. I understand he has a very high profile guests for Monday show that I'm not going to. Somebody very high profile is scheduled to appear. We'll let the former governor let that particular cat out of the bag when he gets in here. So we got a little abbreviated time together here about twenty five minutes because we have UW basketball UW someplace in the state of Indiana. In in Indianapolis playing you. I I is the the opponent is I any good. They're they're very good. Good. Interesting. Northern Kentucky northern Kentucky northern Kentucky is the horizon league. They're very good. And I thought that I was pretty good. But so tough tough game for the Panthers. We'll see if they can pull it off. Alexandria or Cossio Cortez? Her campaign spent nine grand at Amazon. During the campaign. Dave, they spent three hundred dollars on Chuck. Well, how's that possible? What were they doing? Well, I mean, I know she's supposed to be served childlike that's part of her charm was I mean is it like sidewalk stuff, you know? Well, don't your kids ever do the chalk the sidewalk drives you said. Maybe she's doing that. Maybe maybe she was sketching out the green new deal until lock on a sidewalk someplace in in Brooklyn who knows? Nine thousand dollars three hundred on chocolates. You can't make it up. Sometimes. Watching Tony Everts roll out his scheme to decriminalize cannabis in Wisconsin when he did. So he rolled out a stat that when I heard it a kind of washed over me. It didn't ring. True. I didn't to my discredit leap on it and go investigated, but others have. He said, and this was also in the official release that accompanied his news conference that seventy five to eighty five percent of Wisconsin's inmate population. We're in the who scalp because of drug related offenses. Some alert critical thinkers associated with this very radio station to check out that number immediately. And it turns out to be yes. Say it with me another load of crap. Matt Kittle frequent contributor writes about this for the macgyver institute. Says when Tony Evers announced his first step proposal to legalize medical and recreational marijuana. He said he wanted to make it clear that the wide ranging initiative was not just what access to healthcare health healthcare rather surrounded by legalization advocates, including state Senator John erpenbeck in state Representative Chris Taylor, either is justified his call to do criminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana defined as less than twenty five grams by making the whole thing a social Justice issue. Matt writes in a press release it on his official Twitter account Iverson cleared that quote drug related offensive offenses make up as much as seventy five eighty five percent of inmate populations and quote. Mad points out definitively says in this article that he wrote for the macgyver is that claim twenty seventy five to eighty five percent of incarcerations due to some sort of drug related. Deal the claim is patently false. And it appears that team Evers knows that now as well. The latest version of the press relief release on the governor's web page scrubs. The seventy five to eighty five percent, quote fact, and quote, the release notes this is an updated version that correct and accurate statistics. That was included an air is not specify what inaccurate statistics was. But the figures disappear as an actual facts fill in the blanks. Our very own Dan O'Donnell noted in this column that he wrote for the macgyver institute this week that eleven percent of inmates in Wisconsin are incarcerated for drug related offenses that is according to the authority on the subject. The Wisconsin department of corrections. Dave points out. The political fact actually investigated this, which is a very rare thing. Politic fact investigating some lefty politicians claim, and they they raided Everts claim that seventy five to eighty five percent of incur Sary's having something to do with drug related offenses it pants on fire. The full four Pinocchio. You know, I'd have more respect for the pro cannabis lobby if they just drop drop all the social Justice angles. And quick recycling. The pseudo-medical science stuff just own it be up front with us and say this look we wanna smoke weed and most Americans think that smoking weed is okay. So we want to change the law. If they said that I thought it'd be an accurate portrayal of what's going on. The second thing is at least we respect them for for candor. If nothing else, by the way. On his excellent program this morning, Jay Weber did an interview with Alex Berenson, who is the author of a book entitled tell your children the truth about marijuana, mental illness and violence. Alex Berenson, I believe used to write for the New York Times if I'm not mistaken, I could be wrong about that. But I think that's the case. He acknowledged in the interview with Weber that the pro cannabis lobby is quite upset with him for pointing out the things that he points out in terms of research. That's just that smoking marijuana may not be a safer. Some might lead you to believe the link to that entire interview, which is about fifteen minutes long. Or so is posted Jay Weber's blog at news talk eleven thirty dot com. Check it out sometime this weekend. It's extremely interesting. I got the chance to hear the interview live while walking one of my hounds this morning. Speaking of Tony Everts, real quick. He vetoed the Republican tax cut earlier this week. The reasons he gave in his veto message are funk, I'm gonna give you the real reasons. He said in his veto message us rejecting this tax cut because he objected to passing a major fiscal policy item outside of the state budget process. That's laughable that that was all the time that things that have budgetary impacts Donut aren't necessarily rolled into the biennial budget. Bill things are voted on independently all the time. Can I give you on Foxconn? There's one. We can't have a major fiscal policy initiative be passed outside of the budget process. Come on. The move the veto. It says an journal sentinel online article jazz online article irks Republicans who authored the planner responds to Everts campaign proposes to an acting middle class tax cut. But. His tax cut Iverson tax cut is going to be funded by reducing or eliminating all I know a tax credit that manufacturers and farmers receive. Scott FitzGerald, set Republican Senate majority leader weighed in on this, quote, let me be clear with the governor. I will not support raising taxes on our states job creators, end quote. This. Joe's comments for shadow of potential second showdown between Iverson Republicans by suggesting lawmakers on the Republican controlled budget writing committee would not accept tax cut the way that Everts wanted the panel could rewrite the plan to match the Bill vetoed Wednesday or scrap it all together. He veto this tax cut for two reasons. The first thing is this even wants to revoke tax credits are manufacturers and farmers to fund an income redistribution scheme. Then expands the earned income tax credit that is a refundable so-called refundable, tax credit, meaning that even those who work, but have zero state tax liability get a cash payment from the State Department of revenue in other words, it's welfare. That's what he wants. He wants to take away the incentive for manufacturers to operate in the state of Wisconsin. And instead fund a what is in essence, a glorified welfare payments to individuals who have who work, but have no state tax income life, state, income, tax liability. That's the deal. The Republicans want to return a seven hundred million dollars surplus back to Wisconsin taxpayers which is perfectly proper surpluses are overcharges overcharging, the taxpayers of the state of Wisconsin to run the government is wrong. It's a lot of people's surpluses are great. They're not surpluses need to be returned. But rust assured that Tony and his socialist puppet masters don't want it refund that surplus they want to spend it. And I think the most likely outcome in this is no tax cut for anyone, which is unfortunate. But remember the Republicans passed one that perfectly funded by seven hundred million dollar budget surplus doing the proper thing giving back the overcharges of the people and Tony ever said that he did not like that idea..

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"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Hey there. Russian. And it's a good one has been. Okay, governor Tony you talk about a return to civility where have you been for the last eight years, the SEC who's driving this stuff? I mean, Republicans call it Walker derangement syndrome for a reason. Very good reason. The implication, as we note here in the piece is that this people before politics democrat, Tony will bind up Wisconsin's partisan wounds inflicted by the Republican controlled legislature, and particularly conservative governor Scott Walker as we know there is enough ill will in Wisconsin politics to simultaneously, choke, a donkey and in elephant, but the new governor seems to discount the seeds of all that nastiness the left's unhinged hatred for Walker and anyone who would dare help him deliver conservative reforms to state government. Hey, we can disagree on policy and we can disagree vehemently. But catch Monday's edition of macgyver institute. Shameless plug for you. But we talked to Senator Howard Mark line southwest. Wisconsin. You should see the emails that he received over the extraordinary session over that time period. Civility died a long time ago who killed it. That's the question. Tony Everts needs think about probably should turn to his left. Maybe. All right. Got to get on outta here. Always enjoy being with you. Thanks to tire producer until we talk again kettles, say make it a great weekend goodbye, so long. God bless. News weather traffic, and the no nonsense perspective of an honest, man. It's Jay Weber weekday mornings six to nine..

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"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The issues that shape America. Rush limbaugh. Weekdays live eleven to to stay informed all day every day on news talk eleven thirty w w w HD two Milwaukee. And I heart radio station. President Trump makes a run for the border. Good morning. I'm Terry bell. This is the ten o'clock report on NewsTalk eleven thirty w IS ad President Trump heads to the Texas border with Mexico today. He still might declare a national emergency to pay for a border wall. With congressional Democrats refusing to allocate money for a wall or steel fence along the border, President Trump has directed top White House. Attorney Pat simple loan to explore legal ways to find the money without congress the options under consideration, including using disaster relief funds to build the wall. Invoking a legal statute that allows the department of defense to respond to law enforcement agencies in need of help or us. Presidential powers to declare a national emergency. Allowing the president to access billions in military funds, although court challenges would quickly follow FOX's trace Gallagher. Reporting Wisconsin assembly speaker, Robin boss says he's disappointed with what he's seen. So far from governor eaters law says Republicans want. With the new governor. But they're not going to go along with some of the more extreme positions. Some kind of sad when I look at the first things that governor Iverson's announcing and most of them seem like they are right out of a downtown Madison. Playbook of liberal things that they've always wanted to do and they're going to try to propose lost this morning with WINS ends Jay Weber governor, reverse would like to get Wisconsin out of our multi-state lawsuit to overturn ObamaCare, but a letter he's sending to attorney general Josh call may stop short of withdrawing the state from that suit. It'll be asking us to change our stance with the with lawsuit that something that promise frankly during the election, and I'm going to follow through on Everts provided..

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"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

11:24 min | 2 years ago

"jay weber" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"About this market reports. Get set in about five minutes before the close, Ed. Until like three weeks ago that met you will get a market report that would be virtually the same as what the clothes had be. It's been just bizarre. What's happened? With regard to the stock market in these last five to ten minutes of trading sessions, really for the last month end the market ends up much different at three o'clock central time that it is a two fifty five. So. The Dow actually ended up today up eighteen points, which is slight increase. It had a nice little rally in the last five minutes of trading and the other averages you could find those online and so on. I don't know what it is. We're going to do about this. We get our business reports said in a few minutes before three o'clock each time. It I've gotten frustrated that they are chronically accurate, and it's a new phenomenon that we have here that. Is anybody going to address this on my behalf or we just go to let me bitch about it? Every day that it's Paul says management now knows well because you told them apparently management did not know in my commentary about it on the radio. But. Now that you said it EBay management would a paralegal. I think about this for a bit. Whatever I say on the air our management knows nothing about because getting them to like, listen to the program would be folly, which is as I say normally how we like it for those of you who are wondering if twenty thousand nine hundred start with a newer and friendly are you gonna mellow out for the year? No. No. I'm generally of the opinion that when everybody else fellows out that's what I decided to become more of a dig. You know, like people's think, okay? It's the first day of a long holiday weekend. You'll see half the step companies. We'll talk about this all the time as general a couple of people who work in human resources. He tells me all they tell me all of these things about what goes on with employees and trying to get any work out of employees. The last day before a long holiday weekend is hard to do people try to bug out of the officer early. Most of them are just. It about this that and the other thing might style is always the opposite. That's what I am just like the most slave driving ludicrous. And I've tried to do nineteen million things. I still remember the last day that I worked in Madison. I think Webber was working. No that wasn't how it worked. They let me hire my replacement that you know that. I hired my replaced but a hired Weber. He didn't replace me. They promoted from within for the manager position. I had but the staff position that was Jay Weber. I hired you. I hired him to replace my slot. They promoted somebody from within to be the news and program director, the state of the company and all of that stuff. I still remember my last date. I've been I've God. Just a lunatic forcing people to get things done doing this data. The other thing. Let's have a major problem with people who've tried to Slough off their entire way through life. I don't even know where to begin on today's program other than this is January. I want to finish my thought here on the market thing. So what's happened is because the markets are very very volatile. The last few minutes of trading. We do these reports that until recently gave us accurate information until the end and they've just become ridiculously inaccurate. And nobody seems to care other than me and things like that. Just drive me crazy, as you know, what I think that nobody cares about what's going on in the program. Other than me, which is why I have to push the envelope. In terms of the things that we do here on the program. There are going to be some things that are going to evolve in two thousand nine hundred. I don't know why everybody feels is like you have to at the very beginning of the year LA launch at announce changes. But everybody does it business all over America. People came into work today. They got memos to their bosses. Okay. These things we're going to change as if there's nothing magical about January second is supposed to say August nineteenth in terms of doing anything. But. I was guilty of that. Is that what what are you doing? It there though. Oh. I have been of the opinion that if you do a show like the show that I'm doing the same way forever and ever and ever it will burn out. And the reason I am of that opinion is almost everybody who's done a radio program for this length of time has their shows burn out after the length of time that I've done it. There are exceptions some of the most successful national programs have been successful national programs for decades. Russia's programs been on for a long time. Sean Hannity's program it's been around almost as lying here in Milwaukee. The biggest stars that we have in radio in Milwaukee are still by and large with a few exceptions by large. The biggest stars that we add in radio ten or twenty years ago. So it's not a foregone conclusion. But as I look at say some of the careers of people. Nationally. There is a burn out factor. That's occurred where the audience is just stopped to get had. It's sort of a passe same old thing. Ed. I'm determined that. That isn't what's going to happen with my show. So we always try to adapt and change role with punches. And and so what? And I've decided that I want to spend the beginning of today's program addressing that then roll into. How is it possible that Mitt Romney is a brand new United States Senator? How is this even possible? Didn't he didn't. He I get elected to public office. When Andrew Jackson was president Mitt Romney is first day back at Washington and immediately starting trouble, ripping frump setting the stage for talk that there's gotta be a primary challenge to Trump next year. Mitt romney. Henry Cabot lodge good away into as long as we're here. Mitt Romney go back to Utah. This is nobody's fault of the people of Utah who decided to elect a fossil to be the United States Senator. So he's got to go. You would think that somebody knew would represent new rather than represent all. But mitt Romney's coming in apparently to represent the swamp and the Republican establishment, but just can't wrap the Rams around the Trump presidency, which I still think is like two percent of all American Republicans, don't like Trump, baby. It's as high as five, but that's it. There's no way it's head. But they just will not back off. And now they've got a couple of spokespeople. So we got that idiot. Jeff flake, he's back to Arizona. And now he's apparently gonna be replaced as the giant number one pain in the toot by Mitt Romney. If you're not aware mitt Romney's got an op Ed in the Washington Post says the Trump said disgrace said president supposed to be the moral leader of the country, and he's not behaving like one, and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. I'm gonna get to that. We also have to address the new relationship that we're going to be having our the state of Wisconsin with divided government for the first time in some time with the democratic governor at a Republican state legislature, and how that's going to play itself out or what my thoughts are on how it ought to play itself out. The Packer coaching story is a fascinating story that has an incredible impact on Wisconsin. We'll try to get a little bit of commentary on that question, as you know, I think it doesn't matter. What it is that you're getting life? Whether you're just talking about your own job. Or somebody that works for you. And let's say a household position. I was gonna say baby. But from what I hear nobody has babysitters anymore. You know about this that nobody has babysitters anymore. That like millennials who have children do not believe in like giving their first of all one of the reasons. No babysitters millennials have no children. Those that you have children. They've apparently just decided that the this whole thing a baby sitters is not for them millennials abandoned, every tradition that existed before that they have no brand loyalty. Loyalty any type of way of life. They're the ones that invented the cord cutting thing I'm fascinated by cord cutting. Don't worry. I'm going to get out of this introductory beginning of two thousand nineteen about it. I'm fascinated by court cutting you pass it cord cutting. Court cut court cutting people who don't watch television anymore. It's said everything is through scraping, and they're not getting traditional television, and therefore the television programs that only come through regular old television like local TV stations. I'm fascinated by it. I think it's going to change American society. Forever. I think that the days of broadcasting are over and the days of niche programming are in other than sports. I don't think that there's going to be anything that's broadcasted that everyone pays new news too. I guess. Another thing that millennials have done. Well, get a sudden millennials. Apparently, they don't wanna hire babysitters because they don't trust people with their children or they think that. You know, once a child turns the age of say three days, it's proper to take them out in public and take them to all of the places that they would otherwise go. I used to be like you'd see kids that were three years old. I swear it's three months right now, isn't it? Three weeks. Next thing you gotta give birth right out in public to just like bring the doctor bring the midwife or whatever give the birthright here. Well, you know, I don't really wanna miss out on anything. So why should I have to go to a hospital to give birth? Let's just do it here at have the baby right in here. When you're hiring anyone for any kind of a position, or when you're dealing with any kind of personnel. Think from something as simple as little household maintenance your house cleaner. I was going to mention babysitter. They apparently don't even exist anymore to companies that are hiring chief marketing officer chief financial officers, whatever it is everybody overreacts to the part of the equation. That is not as important. You follow that? And I think that the Packer coaching situation fits this people go on and on and on and on about whether or not you should fire. Someone. But I've argued forever that the decision about who you replace the person with his more important. We've been arguing for months about who the Packers whether the Packers should fire Mike McCarthy. Well, here's the thing about that. Let's suppose they didn't. You could always fire him three months later. That's not an irrevocable decision. But hiring someone you're generally stuck with them for at least a while. Even the worst coach lasts at least one year, although Arizona did fire their guy after one year. Used to be in football. You get three years that it got to be too. Now, for some cases, it's one, but you're stuck with the person for a while. And given the fact that the person changes a lot of things that comes in. It's an extremely important decision yet. I don't care what it is in life. I approve with this and other example of this that just shows that I think that people focus too much, and whether or not someone should be replaced and not enough on who it is it should replace them..

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"jay weber" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"jay weber" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"That's what inspired Republican enthusiasm. And it's hurt them. Not help them in this race. You know, Paul egg agree agree with your point. If you look at the two races that just add to Kim list. Joe Donnelly in Indiana. Some polls have him down can the Mike Braun. He's running as a moderate who boasts that he votes with Donald Trump sixty two percent of the time and favors funding for the border wall. Right Claire mccaskill in a tight race. She think don't confuse me with Hillary Clinton. I think she has an ad thing. I'm not one of those Christian Democrats that you see in Washington. So a lot of them are trying to to to move more to the center, they're they're not bashing Trump in as opposed to the the candidates that they've kind of recruited new candidates. I mean in my district. We have Mikey Cheryl running in New Jersey eleven the Republicans a great guy, Jay Weber. I think the best Republican in the state tax cutter and so forth, but she's military veteran and Napoli grand navy pilot. Fact, I think all her ads seemed to show her in a helicopter there. And it's a it's a smart move. It's because it's very hard to paint her as sort of a very left wing democrat, no matter how vote and the last thing I'd say is on surprises. You were talking at the beginning. Look again in New Jersey the pride of New Jersey. Bob menendez. I it was close. You know, polls showed him within two points of. His contender. Bob, Yuban and the Democrats port a bunch of money in the latest poll, I think has them ahead fifteen points. But we still don't know because there was a low turnout in the democratic primary. There's no one else to Senate race is the most important race in the state or the Democrats actually going to turn out to support. Bob menendez. I mean other words he may have the support of the majority of of registered voters and stuff. But will they actually come out to vote for him? I mean, it's one of those areas where there could be surprises. All right. We're talking about things to watch on election day. And.

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"jay weber" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"jay weber" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Fast bias against president trump all the way through the election into the transition ratcliffe said it is a strange coincidence it is possible that these messages that were missing perhaps it is a strange coincidence and then senator ron johnson of wisconsin he won't even further may he said in a radio interview on tuesday with jay weber at wins and in milwaukee he readily out a may 19th two thousand seventeen tax rates this would be two days after they suddenly magically recovery tax in this text apparently he wrote quote this to lisa pages mistress you and i both know the odds are nothing about whether this investigation is gonna turn up something if i thought it was likely i'd be there no question i hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concerned there's no big there there he said he didn't actually wanting joined the meal or investigations he didn't think there was anything actually going on johnston said i think that's kind of draw droppings had in other words peter struck who is the fbi deputy assistant director of the counter intelligence division the man who had a plan do something because he just couldn't abide donald trump being president is saying that has got sense that there is no big they're there when it comes to the mueller special counsel investigation now i will say that it does seem like there's a conflict between this text and the implication that struck was basically genting up a fake investigation in order to get trump might suggest something else going on inside the fbi but not the trump collusion investigation not the mueller investigation because if indeed struck was texting his paramore lisa page and suggesting hey lisa there's nothing here and i don't want to join the investigation about trump russia collusion because i don't think there's anything there then that does pose a different point of view than a suggestion that he was trying to craft out of whole kwok this narrative trump was colluding with russia and then shoved that down the throats.

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