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"jesse paul" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"On Orlando's morning news I'm not sure Taylor and I'm Kevin re fuse epic universe not everybody on board with the new theme park only thing I can think of when I think of another theme park in central Florida more traffic we got more reaction to the theme park come in Orlando it's our top story coming up in the news at eight not a great step we've now had twelve consecutive days of shootings in Orlando we're gonna have you meet next week and see if there's any kind of trains they were they were having that from one area of central Florida to the next county sheriff John Maynard revealing that murders in the county are up forty so far this year versus twenty nine for the same period last year saying there was ever any agreement on short range missiles president trump brushing off recent missile launches by North Korea see what happens but this a short range missiles a very standard now north Korea's watch more projectiles yesterday making it the third missile launch in just over a week move aside Billy the kid this town ain't big enough for two bank robbers we refer of course to the tattooed wizard that's the name being given a thirty seven year old Jesse Paul I cording to the Orange County sheriff's office use cross for different banks to on their turf one in neighboring Volusia county and another in Orlando he was seen on surveillance wearing a white hat black shorts and a maroon T. shirt with the words quote tattooed wizard deputies say the man told employees he had a weapon during the robbery the regions bank on south John Young parkway he walked out of that bank with an undisclosed amount of money police are still looking form so keep an eye out for a man with a medium build who is possibly bald Brandon Hogan is ninety six point five W. D. B. R. and I see you Florida man and I raise you Ohio man I love this story there's a bank robber in Ohio he has been caught yet but when he handed the teller a note with his demands on it the teller noticed that the note have the guy's name and address on it the FBI says that's helping them tremendously yeah I would think so seven fifty six cylinders morning news we're gonna update your high for slowdowns after.

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"jesse paul" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Three all news all morning with weather in traffic every six minutes this is Orlando's morning news Joe Kelly news ninety six point five W. D. B. a likely for Joe Kelly it took until the eight AM hour yesterday for our first red alert on one of our roads but we already have one on the turnpike south bound and towards his get updates you in just a second five fifty four on our land as morning news Marcia Taylor and I'm Kevin ray fuse epic universal how bout at the traffic the only thing I can think of when I think of another theme park in central Florida more traffic reaction to the new theme park coming to Orlando it's our top story coming up in the news at six so how about this the statistics we have now had twelve consecutive days of shootings in Orlando we're gonna have you meet next week and see if there's any kind of trains they were they were having that from one area of central Florida to the next issue of John meet a revealing yesterday that murders in the county up with forty so far this year versus twenty nine at the same point last year saying there was ever any agreement on short range missiles president trump brushing off recent missile launches by North Korea see what happens but he's a short range missiles a very standard North Korea has reportedly once more projectiles yesterday making it the third missile launch in just over a week move aside Billy the kid this town is not big enough for two bank robbers we refer of course to the tattoo the wizard that's the name being given a thirty seven year old Jesse Paul I according to the Orange County sheriff's office use drugs for different banks to on their turf one in neighboring Volusia county and another in Orlando he was seen on surveillance wearing a white hat black shorts and a maroon T. shirt with the words quote tattooed wizard deputies say the man told employees he had a weapon during the robbery the regions bank on south John Young parkway he walked out of that bank with an undisclosed amount of money police are still looking for him so keep an eye out for a man with a medium build who is possibly bald Brandon Hogan is ninety six point five W. T. V. wow how about that story look there's some listener reactions to that one what do you think when you hear about the story of the tattooed wizard all right five fifty six several and as morning news if you are on the turnpike southbound hang on a second and has your traffic update after Kissinger creamy central Florida will encounter mostly cloudy skies today and that's going to keep our temperatures on the cooler side look for highs today only in the low to mid eighties we'll get to eighty six.

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"jesse paul" Discussed on Science... sort of

Science... sort of

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on Science... sort of

"Of the things you're working on or be made aware of when your book and other works are available. What's the best way you have a website Christina Guy Dot com which will linked to insurance for this episode so but are there any other things people should be aware of if they want to track down your work online? Probably my instagram is the best which is at K. G. A. D. Z. and that's where I post just a lot of articles that I have come out or stuck on working on etcetera etcetera cool willing to in the show notes as well and yes thank you so much for joining us and telling us about Chelsea and some of the other stuff you're working on this. It was a really fun conversation and we don't over three hundred episodes in but the show did kind of begin with more of a focus on the weirder side of some of these scientific unknowns about the world so it was fun to get to live in that world a little bit again with you talking about Jesse Paul. Thank you Joe for inviting me to be on catching up yeah. Welcome back anytime all right well. That was our interview with Christina Gatty. Thanks again to Christina for coming to join us on the show was a pretty fun conversation that we we had their time Joe that you brought a fun interesting person to the podcast. I try to do my part and this time you succeeded as imposter syndrome to my way onto this continue to imposter syndrome a mile away my way along being co host on it so as you usurp the jakup giving it a shop yeah exactly I'm just pro. Jacob always be Pro Jacob Nobel project. Let's it didn't it doesn't sound good junior Jacob. Sorry it's all right. I mean we're stones as organisms. We're not part of stones. Explain this. We came second. No when we we are forming embryonic louis embryos you've either form your mouth whole you're pro stone your first hole I or reform your butt hole. I I've heard that yeah yeah so all invertebrates except for you kind of germs are prototypes bestow all arthropods Nigerians molluscs all them they formed their mouth whole I it kind of germs sea stars and sea cucumbers and see lilies and things in the C. Spiny amy scattered storms are Kinda terms. They are invertebrates that form there but ho I and we are homes and all other early vertebrates and true vertebrates coordinates are also dude or stones catch a major major divisions in the tree of life so joe now that we've finished chatting with our new floggings your old friend but my new friend Christina. What do we do next on this program next on this program since we did drinks with Christina China <hes> we do that segment of the show where we don't just deal with listener feedback we enjoy listener feedback and respond to US near feedback and that segment of the show is called the Paleo how <music> <music> <music> <music> <music> <music> <music> Joe the final segment of the show you know we do we receive feedback from the listeners we take it in digest it and then we excavated back out to the listener for their a renewed sustenance and enjoyment sunny excavated backout excrete it would be the actual appropriate term but that sounds that either worse yeah? I mean considering how old some of these end ended up being meeting the right word. There's been significant decays what you're suggesting yeah okay so since we are theoretically in some sense doing this live in front of a studio online audience since we thought it would be a little self serving and a little boring for you all to watch US fumble through a Patriot thesis those are segmented show. We really enjoyed doing for our patrons but this recording is also being done as patron hang out so it seemed a little silly to do a Patriot thesis live in front of the patrons went that tends to be a pretty slow segment of the show are actually ended up editing around a lot of their so. We're not going to do that so instead of fumbling through trying to figure out a Patriot thesis we thought we would just read a message it from someone who was happy with their patriots so I have a message from Tommy. Tommy was given the patron thesis in episode three. Oh one which is the first episode of our coverage from last year. We're EBONI interviewed James Bay.

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"jesse paul" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"You might wanna say those stays stay way out of those unless ludicrous is there. Okay. Choose story. My brother's bachelor party. I was the money guy. So he handed me a giant wad of all the money that he had for the bachelor party festivities like giant water of cash. It was like like all right yet once fives twenties in us like collected from everyone. Here's a giant giant wad of thousands of dollars a okay nice. Just hold them. But the thing that I did like a fun idiot. Like one of those Mr. bean the Mr. bean of strip clubs on this club. Oh shit. Oh, my sister-in-law to listen to the show. So when a city bar, sorry, we're in this club. This lady of the night. Gathering establishment. I'm just trying to be PC. And I I get I request a dance from a performer. Who smelt like bubblegum, and we go there into the room, and I go to pull out the money. But the the money falls out of my pocket like all of now. Yeah, it's one of those situations where it's pretty much a cardinal sent a pick up money once the floor on the strip club. But I'm young I was like twenty one twenty two. No, excuse me, us twenty three. And I'd been down. I pick up all this cash in there like and I was like yet. No way, you're getting all this. I just dropped it just fell out of my pocket. But from that moment on they they they like pegs me as the guy that had the cash, so dude I was getting dances from all of the performers like even multiple performance at once at some points. And I was like, wow, they must really like my face because I've never gotten this month. Attention. And so, but the funny thing is I was like. As other guys coming up to me to get money to get the surface. I guess I felt like I was the proxy not strippers ladies of the night performers. I was the proxy. So they didn't get in trouble with their wives. I was the guy like this guy's financing it he's taking all the moral dilemma with him in so doozer walking to meet I'm giving them money, but not giving the dancers money that are dancing on me. I'll give them like twenty in life. Just. And every time a guy came up to be a hand those money. The is will get up. The ladies the night will look at me. And it was just so mad in our member. One I made so out off so much that she like walked away in 'cause I made fun of her tattoo on her back. I'm just anyways law so short don't have too much cash through club. It's awkward, especially if you're not giving it out. So. Yeah. Sorry about that. Jesse paul? I I've learned something. Yeah. Yeah. Man. Don't don't take big was a cast lady of the night gathering establishment must year be aims to use it. So guys, we're gonna end. In the crypto show that story. A fine establishment in Kansas City, Missouri. Yes. You like this show man-to-man we do the headlines which to make the best of what we get..

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"jesse paul" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"But really the trading business the equity trading business. They earn more from that business along with Goldman than any other global peers has continued jesse's Paul Richards now, and we sort of defeating snatching defeat from Joe's victory here since these banks are beating earnings per share. But we quickly pass that to say the pipeline investment thing and going sex. What about coming up in interesting come at Bank of America? I think my I came from that world. I didn't think he is in banking. And I think what you seeing that these banks waking up to really tough this quarter. And also you had that I've hang the fourth quarter that hang pretty. Rough. I think now the waking up in the pipeline the single love fees in the makings there. I think businesses are gonna continue to struggle volatility is just in the floor. And it's probably not coming out anytime soon, probably not key three. So I think that's going away. I think equities probably going to support these banks. And lastly, and this is something people focusing on wealth manager will probably be very beneficial to people like moving standing some of the big European banks. They should do pretty well with this equity upswing. Because I think a lot of money is now re entering the market that had lifted and Q four to get through q one. And you know, you can give these kind of returns and you start hanging up there. You feeling pretty good. So give us some more color and investment banking. So apparently, the bankers in terms of emanate debt offerings ECN's equity capital markets in about one point one five billion. But that's twenty four percent lower than last year. Do you view that as a global global macro environment? Or are they also losing market share to either peers or some of the smaller guys. So I think it's really the environment. We've seen fees down sort of across the board. And again, keep in mind. It was. Very strong quarter a year ago emanate fees, generally has been a source of strength. So I guess that's one reason why we're questioning why it's coming in a little bit light at Morgan Stanley. But it can just relate to the timing of deals. I would say for the Bank to key metrics that we're looking at that that look pretty good our return on tangible equity. That's the main target that they're focusing on coming in well above their target range that bodes well for the year, given that this generally the seasonally strongest quarter wealth management, which we were just discussing twenty seven point one percent pretext Martin. So again, this tends to be a stronger quarter but coming in well within their target range. That's Allison Williams of Bloomberg intelligence and Paul Richards, president and medley global advisors coming up net. Flicks is underwhelming subscriber..

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"jesse paul" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Significant rewrite of the vaccine Bill going from eliminating the non medical exemptions to requiring some paperwork. I was a little disappointed as somebody who believes strongly and invacc- nations. What was the impetus behind that change? Who was not on board with the idea of eliminating vaccine exemptions in Colorado. He says that he feels like doing so create more mistrust. He doesn't believe in vaccines or or question their efficacy, but it's more of an education part for him. So this gets more on board with with what he was hoping to do in terms of increasing vaccination rates in Colorado, which corner the CDC were were dead last. So. This is kind of a way to try and boost vaccination rates. It's not kind of what some wanted to see as you were saying to to essentially eliminate that that vaccine exemption is as was tossed around a few weeks ago. But certainly the governor mentioned the other day at a healthcare roadmap roll out that he wants to make sure the vaccination rates come up. I don't know if we know for sure yet if you support this legislation if he would be on his desk, but certainly it's it's one option to China. So I should say that without any planning or pre scripting you answer every question. No matter what I asked. So I'm going to ask you what is the airspeed philosophy philosophy of an unladen swallow. He recognized my reference there that one that one. I don't. It's for those of you who are listening in that little piece from Monty python? But I'm distancing credibly incredibly impressed by Jesse Paul. Because no matter what legislation I asked about you know, exactly where it's at. And what's going on super impressed? Is there anything on your radar? That's not on my radar. There was a piece of legislation that's going to get one final vote for the governor's desk that we just wrote about today, that's kind of interesting. It's a piece of legislation that would increase the state's traction law for Soviet conditions. To over shine policy on I seventy so right now, basically what happens is if the roads are I fear snowing in different parts of the state, see dot connect what's called distraction, which they've been using since two thousand fifteen but they've had as a tool new pocket for like fifty years. But now a bunch of lawmakers who live on the western slope or along the I seventy Cuarto want this to be something, that's you know, from September to may from Morrison deduct zero, and it would basically mean that anybody who travels along that stretch of I seventy from during that time period would have to have a four wheel drive or all wheel drive car or to drive car with snow tires or chains or some kind of auto sock type device in their car. One of the interesting things that came out about this is that Senator Ray, Scott, a grand junction Republican outta the the Bill that basically asked dot to explore whether they could have checkpoints. Detectable tires and division. They have the right equipment. If it's snowing throughout that that timeframe when the different traction devices would be required. Now. After it's a total bust. Yeah. Very difficult. Treacherous drive and screaming behind the wheel or something like that. Yeah. So proponents say this is something that helps the economy up there to make sure that people are safe, but there is some questions about whether or not putting undue burden uh people who might rent a car in Colorado might just passing through the state and not aware the argument against that is to say we're really talking about people's lives here so to make sure they're safe. But it's it it's going to be in the governor says soon, and we'll see what he does it and checkpoints that should slow things down nicely. I would think so so California's uses them on their task so going up to the Lake Tahoe area. It's something that they've put into place, and I think they've seen some success with in terms of preventing accidents. So what Senator Scott has said is that you know, he's supportive of this kind of policy in years past voted. No because there was no enforcement mechanism. So. So Stephanie and enforcement. Yeah. So it'll be interesting to see, you know, if people are getting tickets, and this could be going to affect as soon as this September. It's actually finding the law. Well, there we have that we got the music Tessie policies for carbon out some time to be with us. Eric thanks for holding on the line to pick up the call when we get back from this break have a great week Jesse. That was Jesse Paul with the Colorado sun, our favorite journalists and the person who keeps us informed about the not-so-good goings on on Capitol Hill back in a few minutes to talk about other things that we've got on our list, Eric, stay tuned. Bluecross blueshield believes everyone should have access to healthcare. That's why are companies are investing community by community for the health of America. Learn more at CBS progress health dot com. The Blue Cross Blue shield association is an association of independent locally operated. Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies buying the right shoulder bare slowly single digits feeds eastbound thirty six approaching foothills once you get passed that accident be up enough for you. I seventy thorough credit both directions that SU seventy drive cross commerce city some activity long twenty-five quarter got the Rockies game.

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"jesse paul" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Secret. Happy Monday doesn't make a lot of sense to me. I I okay, man. Pretty good weekend. We'll try to have a good show to help you get to the rest of this Monday. Just just a little bit better than when we started. Anyway, did have a good weekend. I little horse time. I tend to believe that Churchill was onto something. That's being Winston Churchill I paraphrase just a bit. But he said the best thing for the inside of a person is the outside of a horse. I know folks think Reagan said it 'cause Reagan would say something like that because he loved horses, but Churchill said it, and he couldn't he couldn't be more dead on. It seems like every minute. I spend in the saddle. I'm just just a little bit happier as a person, and I tell you what the horse ride was a pistol. He's being very naughty. Boy because I ride of the season. I think I'm the only one that rides him. So it been about four months I hadn't taken him out because of the weather and a little bit of a battle of the wills. But we did we did. Oh kay. Also. I saw the movie she's Zam Taylor. Little bit about it later on in the show. Suffice to say, it is a it is a cute show, the cute movie like happy wholesome. You can take your kids. There's no like, you know, covering their ears covering there is it was just all around really cute kind of what she'd expect in a superhero film, even when is as goofy as this one. So I recommend that as a little Indian food this weekend, which does a good weekend horses Indian food action film. I, you know, apart from international travel ten kidney better than that. So we got a great show ahead. We've got the legislative update as soon as Jesse with the Colorado. Some gives us a ring will. I'll have him on. And I thinking about calling that segment let instead of just like legislative update, which sounds like it could be a good thing. I think we should call it. Legislators gone wild. But even that sound slightly positive. I got to come up with something that has the overall connotation of purely awful under not quite share. Yes. So if you've got ideas, definitely text me at five seven seven three nine a new way to say legislative update that conveys the fact that we are kind of being held hostage. Steno just get legislators who Kim Newman Lee with belongs so much better in California. Somehow, they are our legislators, and they're treating us as though we were California, and it is up to no good. Also, cherry creek high school students raising awareness in doing a good job on that talk about just exactly what they're going to raise. Or what they have raised awareness of anything that helps I think in in when it comes to this issue. We'll get to that in a bit also hick steps in it hick as in John Hickenlooper, former governor of Colorado somebody that I like a not gonna vote for him. But I. I like him. I said this before that he was a good governor don't agree with them on a lot of stuff. And I. I don't I don't vote for people who aren't pro-life number one. Number two. I think he's wrong on a number of issues. Although he would he would probably be a decent president because he's a decent guy. He he he steps it it, and we'll get to what he stepped in. I think he's having a little trouble right now deciding whether he wants to be a moderate or like a full on lefty or or somewhere in between maybe he's taking his cues from whatever crowd. He's in. I don't know. I don't know. But sometimes he comes out sensibly and says, hey, I I don't think the green new deal is worth it. And then the next day he goes on a program, and he's like, no, I'm not a capitalist. I don't wanna call myself a capitalist. I'm a small business, man. I I'm not a capital that kind of thing. I'm like, are you just taking your cues from the crowd, or do you actually have some personal feelings ideas of your own? I. I think it's a little more complicated. Now that Pete Buddha. Judge is in the picture who is a very smooth talker pretty far left, but a very smooth talker. And I can't say I appreciate he's been bad. Now thing Mike Pence who's not doing anything. I mean, other than like, some international affairs type stuff, and, you know, hanging around to be the extra vote if needed, but he's not doing anything nefarious. He's not saying bad things about anyone and yet Pete Buddha. Judge just in the last day or two said wore nasty stuff about Mike Pence, and like really doing anything to you too. And I guess it's a punching bag which makes me wonder if he's not running for twenty twenty but thinking twenty twenty four when he just might face off with the vice president with that. Let's bring on one of my favorite journalists. And that's Jesse Paul. He is with the Colorado sun fantastic newspaper and just really good in depth. Reporting. And I say this is somebody who writes a column for the Denver post. Also, a good paper. But a really really impressed about impressed with what's coming out of the Colorado sun hope you check it out at Colorado, sun dot com. Jesse welcome to the show. How you doing could really? Well, so I know a couple of things that are on the on the governor's desk. The red flag Bill, and I think the oil and gas Bill and my right about that. Yeah, we're waiting for both those to get signed into law. They got put on his desk within the best two weeks. So some interesting signatures coming up soon. Some some more controversy coming out of the capital, exactly. A little bit of controversy. Well, I don't think at this legislature is. Hey. Being a controversial is out of out of sync with what they're what they have been doing it what they will continue to do last you a couple about a couple of bills the sex Ed Bill and also the voting access Bill, which I understand a number of county clerks have come out against were those two bills at. Bill is held up an appropriations in the Senate. I think it's going to get tomorrow morning. And then we should see it on the floor sometime soon. You you're talking about I'm not following closely. But I know that a lot of opposition of the county clerk's association of Colorado, and is another one release starting to stir stir a little trouble here at the capital. Well, especially since a lot of those folks are Democrats. I mean county clerks not exactly hardcore partisan job, but Democrats did well cost the board in the last election. So I'm assuming that a lot of Democrats are voicing their concerns at this Bill is not doable or not manageable. The the new requirements might be manageable for the upcoming election thousand or ten there's a new net neutrality Bill. I guess it's been signs I snuck under my radar. Yes. So that's a really interesting piece of legislation. We just wrote about that was also awaiting his signature so that Bill would effectively are prevent eight grant money for broadband services. Go into any kind of internet provider that doesn't have met internet, and that is a Bill that has some teeth on it or a interesting policy bait fade around the country. Other states haven't been able to really find a solution to so other states that have wanted to have net neutral internet haven't been able to find a policy that that holds up to muster to push back against the Trump administration decisions regarding that neutral internet, so it could be interesting to see if what color a Democrats have pushed through. It becomes kind of a national model of this. Great great piece at the Colorado sun on that Bill and exactly what's in it. I know that with net neutrality. It was it basically when the Obama administration put into place forbid forbade internet companies from charging more for charging a premium for certain kinds of of websites, and that was removed by the Trump FCC and much to the consternation of the left. But we haven't really seen any fallout from it. I I've yet to be charged something extra by my provider for anything that I've downloaded it may be a problem or solution without really a problem. I I guess we should wait and see. Right. I mean, I don't think we've heard widespread reports or anything like that as internet providers so-called throttling internet for some and leaving others with slower speeds. But I think there's a big fear among Democrats that that could happen. Former Republican congressman Mike Kaufman wanted to people who lobby for for that neutral internet. He was he was one of the people who come to cross the aisle to support this. 'cause Liga said I mean, I think this is it's an interesting legislation that kind of under the radar, but it could have some pretty major effects broadband companies, certainly they were worried about more regulation. But again, like I said, I think it'll be interesting to see if follow suit because this is the way that in other able to kind of protect internet neutrality, but also not violate any kind of federal policies. Why definitely more for federalism and state's doing their own thing. I just hope that. The regulation does not throttle innovation which often happens. Couple of interesting pieces coming out in terms of healthcare. We've got a public option. Bill a reinsurance Bill and a an idea of importing drugs from Canada. Also, a hospital transparency Bill which has been signed the others are sort of up in the air where those at right now. So they're all kind of in in different stages of making their way to the legislature or not as close to letting on the governor's desk. One of the really interesting things about some of these legislation. They require something called the thirteenth thirty two waiver from the federal government, which allows them to effectively spend money or acting distribute health insurance and a specific way, and what's unclear is if the Trump administration would be interested in granting those waivers. So we saw a major change in how the reinsurance bills you you mentioned that's going to be funded. And then also there's some pretty big learning questions here at the capital about whether this other Bill would allow for Canadian imports into Colorado could ever really get off the ground or or or be enacted because the question about whether the Trump administration would grant this waiver is is a very big one. And it seems unlikely that that will happen. It I guess time will tell and then my final question that I wanted to turn turn over two things that you've been monitoring is the family leave tax. How how is that coming along? The family leave Bill has been rewritten. By the Democrats who are sponsoring it in some ways to appease people within their own party who had some misgivings about it. Senator Nancy ties of Aurora Aurora. Democrat told us a few weeks ago that she felt like the Bill what it was. I was quote, not ready for primetime, and she's actually one of the of the legislation. So there were still some concentrations among Democrats internally about the way the Bill was rolled out. There's a host of changes that are said to be made both Denver post in the different business at some really good reporting on what those are going to look like, but this is a major piece of a major priority legislation for Democrats. So I would expect to see them pushing this through its passages in doubt. But I think it's going to be a lot different looking. Then when we first saw it be introduced here at the legislature. We're talking right now with Jesse Pauly's with the Colorado sun, and we went there's been a pretty..

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"jesse paul" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"It's way too complicated for me too. So I'm gonna let my colleague go ahead and do that tomorrow is so much like a high risk pool that states had before ObamaCare exactly and the efficacy of it is kind of one of the questions it requires federal waivers budget note on that is quite large. So it's a complicated program. There's hopes that it could reduce costs premium costs rural parts of the state by maybe as much as twenty five percent. And this is another one that's bipartisan piece of legislation where we had a press conference with with governor police and several Republican and democratic lawmakers standing behind him support. I could understand it in a small town like say Paola, if you've got a child with cystic fibrosis or cerebral palsy, or or or an adult was with one of these as well that that is that's significant insurance insurance outlay for maintenance of of of difficult, chronic. Conditions. And so is take some of that off the plate of insurers. Could make sense. If it allows everyone else to play to pay lower premiums, but still gives services for those adults in kids with high needs. I look forward to the peace that comes out tomorrow said at the beginning of our interview as the sons doing great work in doing some really complicated inner speculative pieces on legislation. Really great Steph. Jesse Paul what are you working on right now? So I I do want to clarify one thing. I think I misspoke earlier instead that the question about the galaxy surrounding the debris spree Bruce singer, the Taber cabinet in question, technically, this is something Democrats can and Republicans can do with it in the law. So it's more about whether or not we're going to see a major push when the station. Lands on the ballot to be approved or not in terms of what I'm working on. I had a story today. Kind of tapping that craziness in the Senate that's been developing the chamber for about two weeks. Everything kind of came to a head today. And maybe we we might see some kind of compromise between Republicans and Democrats based off of some heated exchanges that happened on the floor of this morning. So we have a story. That's the kind of explains all the political mechanism behind the scenes, and I think how bad is resolved is really going to speak for the next but tone to the next forty days the session as Democrats trying to push through some of their biggest agenda this year. Well, mechanisms make for for fund journalism any talk of a repeal. I know there's a number of both recalls for individuals and repeals for individual bills that are now Alon this case, I'm thinking of the national popular vote legislation. Any talk on Capitol Hill. So the recalls are definitely something that people are talking about the idea that they would be possible or successful is kind of in question in Colorado. Don't want never recalled governor. It takes about six hundred thousand signatures even put the question before voters on the ballot, and they would need to do it quick timeframe. So the possibility of that is swirling again major questions about whether or not that'd be possible. National popular vote Bill, which is now a law finding their police recently. There's some question now to put before voters in November. Actually, a blockade on the Bill would go into effect that could have a chance they need about one hundred twenty five thousand signatures to get on the ballot. And there could be some push by by some elected officials. Bullock officials. Mesa county didn't make that possible. But again, take a lot of money and a lot of manpower a lot of willpower to get it. It'd be successful and a push like that it certainly does. But I have a hunch. They could be successful. Jesse Paul with the Colorado sun. Thanks for coming on today and have yourself a great time Washington. Bark. All right. Thanks so much have a great night Christmas. Thanks get into week. That was Jesse Paul over at the Colorado sun giving us a great play of what's happening on Capitol Hill in our next segment. Let's talk a little bit about the mullahs report. And yeah, did I call that? Or what I you know? I think a lot of people had it was like, I think anybody with a brain new there wasn't collusion. Right. I good grief. But and I shouldn't say zero punny people with brains that were not using them. And thought there was collusion. That report will check that out in the next segment plus your calls at three zero three seven one three eight eight what is our number eight to five five good grief. I get a three day weekend. And it's all gone downhill from here. People want to stay tuned. At bluecross blueshield, our companies take what we learned from covering one in three.

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"jesse paul" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"It's way too complicated for me too. So I'm gonna let my colleague go ahead and do that tomorrow is so much like a high risk pool that states had before ObamaCare exactly and the efficacy of it is kind of one of the questions requires federal waivers. Budget note on that is quite large. So it's a complicated program. There's hopes that it could reduce costs premium cost rural parts of the state by maybe as much as twenty five percent. And this is another one that's bipartisan piece of legislation where we had a press conference with with governor police and several Republican and democratic lawmakers standing behind him support. I I could understand it in a small town like say Paola, if you've got a child with cystic fibrosis or cerebral palsy, or or or an adult was with one of these as well that that is significant insurance insurance outlay for maintenance of of of difficult chronic conditions. And so this Hake some of that off the plate of insurers. Could make sense. If it allows everyone else to play to pay lower premiums, but still give services for those adults in kids with high needs. I look forward to the peace that comes out tomorrow. I said at the beginning of our interview as the sons doing great work in doing some really complicated inner speculative pieces on legislation. Really great Steph. Jesse Paul what are you working on right now? So I do want to clarify one thing. I think I'm the spoke earlier instead that the question about the galaxy surrounding the debris bruising or the Taber cabinet in question, technically, this is something Democrats can Republicans can do in the law. So it's more about whether or not we're going to see a major push when the station. Lands on the ballot to be approved or not in terms of what I'm working on. I had a story today. Kind of tapping that craziness in the Senate that's been developing the chamber for about two weeks. Everything kind of came to a head today. We we might see some kind of compromise between Republicans and Democrats based off of some heated exchanges that happened on the floor this morning. So we have a story that's up on the state now that kind of explains all the political macadamia behind the scenes, and I think how bad is resolved is really going to speak for the next but tone to the next forty days the session as Democrats trying to push through some of their biggest agenda this year. Well, mechanisms make for for fund journalism any talk of a repeal. I know there's a number of both recalls for individuals and repeals for individual bills that are now Alon this case, I'm thinking of the national popular vote legislation. Any talk on Capitol Hill. So the recall, we're definitely feeling that people are talking about the idea that they would be possible or successful is kind of in question in Colorado, ever recalled governor it takes about six hundred thousand signatures to even put the question before voters on that on the ballot, and they would need to do it and equipped timeframe so the possibility of that is swirling, but again major questions about whether or not that'd be possible. National popular vote Bill, which is now a law finding their police recently. There's some question now to put before voters in November. Essentially a blockade on the Bill. Would you go into the fact that could have a chance they need about one hundred twenty five thousand signatures to get that in the ballot? And there could be some push by by some elected officials. Bullock officials. Mesa county didn't make that possible. But again, a lot of money and a lot of manpower willpower to get it to be successful. And a push like that it certainly does. But I have a hunch. They could be successful. Jesse Paul with the Colorado sun. Thanks for coming on today and have yourself a great time at Washington bark. All right. Thanks so much have a great night Christmas. Thanks get into week. That was Jesse Paul over at the Colorado sun giving us a great play of what's happening on Capitol Hill in our next segment. Let's talk a little bit about the mullahs report. And yeah, did I call that? Or what I you know? I think a lot of people had it was like, I think anybody with a brain new there wasn't collusion. Right. I good grief. But and I shouldn't say zero punching people with brains that were not using them and thought there was collusion in that report will check that out in the next segment plus your calls at three zero three seven one three eight eight what is our number eight to five five good grief. I get a three day weekend. And it's all gone downhill from here. People wanna stay tuned. At bluecross blueshield, our companies take what we learned from covering one in three Americans.

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"jesse paul" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

11:24 min | 1 year ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Supporters of mass transit always want more money. But can they actually make a good case for it will ask David Genova the CEO of RTD Tuesday morning at six ten here on six thirty K. How? After a long day. And now that you know, the news, let's talk about it. This is Krista Kafer show on Denver's talk station. Six thirty K how good afternoon. Yeah. You heard me say it's good afternoon. It's not good evening anymore because the sun's out sunset is still afternoon. And yeah. Hope you had a good weekend. I I did some sewing. I I read Alexander's Hilton's the Gulag Archipelago, and it'll ice skating. So yeah. Can this girl party or what? Yeah. Exciting stuff. Anyway, kind of great show ahead. So it's what you missed Monday. And I'm actually thinking about renaming that segment w t f Monday to crude. I like it you like the FCC will come after us. I guess if we stick with the abbreviations the local bar called, whiskey Tango, FOX trot. Millions which is the like the handle the code would use you Tango, FOX trot. I like it. And then of course, I've seen some creatively named restaurants. It's not follow. It looks like it's pronounced fire. Keep that in mind when you read the sign so also what does the legislature up to with our favorite journalists? Jesse Paul with the Colorado sun apps, you wish you had on your phone apps. You didn't know actually existed? There's some weird stuff out there. And speaking of weird weirdest foods and win. You can where you can find him. Just a little note. I love weird food. I've eaten a lot of weird food. So if you have a tender tummy sensibility, like you're kind of the person, that's you know, you dislike white meat, chicken and white bread. And like any kind of weird food kind of freaks you out may not. The segment for you. So yeah, let's start off with the ratio it probably call this segment W T F as well, given this particular legislature. But let's bring on the line journalist reporter Jesse Paul with a Colorado sun, if you have not checked out the sons, a fantastic paper, it's online only you're not going to get a physical paper but go to Colorado, sun dot com. Hey desi. How're you doing? I'm great. How you doing Chris not bad? So we know that the the governor signed the national popular vote that's one bad idea done and through the system, tell us about some of this other stuff, and where it's at particularly oil and gas. So right now in the Colorado legislature, as we speak the oil and gas Bill Senate Bill one eighty one getting its first committee hearing in the house last I heard there was more than one hundred fifty people who signed up for it today and activity around the Bill kind of began this morning when I got to the building about it. There was already people outside protesting. So it's going to be another long hearing a lot of supporters of people against it. This still kind of heads into the final stretch towards the governor's desk. Yeah. And I have a bad feeling. It's it's headed that way. It seems like all these bills regardless of what set in committee, regardless of what people say in their testimony, regardless of how many people are outside waving signs. They do seem to make it all away to the governor's desk. We also have a controversial red flag Bill and a sex Ed Bill both of which have gotten. I know they've got their supporters. But they also have a lot of opposition. Where those two bills have. I believe the sex Ed Bill making the Senate, that's not one very closely. But the red flag Bill we are keeping close tabs on on Friday. It passage. I committee vote in the Senate another long hearing and has at least one more hearing not too before it makes the Senate floor where it's expected to pass as well for the Senate and made some minor changes to the Bill on Friday is going to be approved by the house. And this is another one of this legislation. That's inching its way towards the governor's desk and not without the consternation of a number of counties. I think there's over a dozen now that have said if it gets signed we don't we won't enforce it is there any talk on Capitol Hill about that. Yeah. That's been a really interesting question. We had a long story last week about this about how there's a lot of similarities between two thousand thirteen gun laws which were more controversial. And this year's red flag. Bill, and how county sheriff's are kind of again at the center of the debate. And the question about whether or not they're going to enforce them. And how they respond in their push back. So yeah, I mean, it's it's an interesting question. It's kind of unclear what would happen bigly to sheriffs who decided not to serve an extreme risk protection. Order which is kind of a thing that the red flag Bill does that would be violating a court order. So I'm attorney general Phill wiser who the Democrats said a belief that last week kind of as a shot across the bows thing he expected, you know, sheriffs to follow through but the rose law whether or not. They'll actually do that. As an interesting. We'll be an interesting outcome. I took spoke to alamosa county sheriff the other day, and he's a democrat and a friend of wiser, but he's kind of struggling with this himself, alamosa counties. Become what are these second minutes sanctuary counties, and you know, he wants to follow the law. But he also feels like you he's struggling about whether or not, but he feels like is this is deputies in harm's way. Well, it's it's a hard balance because you've got rule of law and one hand, you're you're you've signed an oath or you've taken an oath rather to uphold the law on the other hand if the law is bad and contradicts a bigger law, which I would argue the constitution is a bigger law and takes president. It puts these these guys in kind of in between a rock and a hard place. Another interesting Bill coming up is the family leave Bill, which is basically a tax on employers employees to set aside funds for family leave is that getting any pushback or is that moving ahead. Full speed. That one is getting pushed back similar similarly, some of these other pizza legislation we talked about it got its first hearing on Wednesday during that snowy day that only the Colorado Senate with a session the house cancelled. There was some controversy about whether or not the Senate should have been in session that day. So there was a lot less testimony toward that Bill, and there would have been otherwise tomorrow that Bill gets a second hearing in the Senate committee hearing that they're going to be pretty lenient with the amount of testimony that's allowed to kind of combat the blowback from last week's hearing. So a lot of business groups are against this. A lot of family groups in in progressive kind of. Pro-worker groups are for it. It's an interesting legislation depends on which side, you're on if it's a tax or a fee towards towards workers. But the thing that I keep telling people is that this is a piece of legislation that will affect every employee every employer. Collorado no matter. What business is your work out of it, said know, ten thousand employees, business or business? There's gonna be implications for you. I would make it voluntary. I think that's my big issue. Your your friend over friend, and colleague, I should say over at the Colorado sun, John Frank wrote, an excellent piece about the numbers and how the state's economy and and the budget, and then the the governor's push for full day kindergarten that all of those forces of pushing against one another. It's an excellent piece in terms of the budget. What are we looking at right now? And in terms of all day kindergarten has is that working its way through the process. Right. So this is the tough tough difficult complicated number fill time of year for the Colorado legislature. They're getting ready to write state budget, which is a huge big process as you might imagine. And one of the big things that plays into that as a forecast about how Colorado's economy's doing. So we got our latest numbers on Friday, which showed that things are still on the of fears about an economic slowdown. So that is really what is the most consequential for whether or not there's enough money for full day kindergarten, which is a little under three hundred million dollars a year estimated cost. So there's been this push back from legislative Democrats and the governor's office about whether or not there's funds to get this done pay for it. We just found out this morning that for sure the bill's gonna drop this week for full day kindergarten. So we're going to start to see some interesting debate about what might be on the top and block in terms of other funding priorities in order to get the money to pay for. This talking right now with Jesse Paul. He's with the Colorado sun anything on your radar. That's not on mine. Yeah. So this morning, we found out that Democrats are going to introduce a Bill I think as soon as this week, which would codify the Paris climate accord goals into Colorado state law. So we knew that Democrats were gonna push some kind of big emissions build a session. And it turns out that this is gonna be what it, and it's kind of fascinating to talk about how this coincides with the oil and gas legislation that's being hurt. Right. As we speak right now in the legislature. But basically house speaker Becker boulder democrat said they kind of go hand in hand for her. They're they're equally as important in terms of fighting climate change. So that's another one that I would expect to get them. Blowback, of course, President Donald Trump is the process removing or is removed the United States from the Paris climate accord. So it's another partisan issue that I think is popping up. We've written a lot of the Colorado said about how the last two weeks of kind of been the climax of the session how everything's. Starting to get really heated. Maker told us the temperature is rising. It's certainly is. Now, what is this, you know, by by signing onto the Paris climate treaty. Is that gonna mean higher gas taxes here in the state of Colorado? They're going to be regulations on industry. How is this going to affect the average worker or the average person who drives the car flies in an airplane? I all of us are using your or, you know, heats and cools our home. We're all using fossil fuels to one extent or the other. Right. That's a very good question. I mean, we have pretty much no information about what the actual impact of the codification would be to me. It seems to be a little bit more symbolic on the surface. But again, the bill's sponsors haven't come out and said exactly what the the goal is. But we know that you know, democratic governor Jerry wants to be a hundred percent one hundred g I think by twenty forty so this would just kind of be in line with what Democrats are now are charging state or pushing interesting, I know without nuclear power, and we're not really well suited for nuclear power in the state because it requires a lot of water without nuclear power. I don't see how it's done..

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"jesse paul" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

13:59 min | 1 year ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"So I won't talk over. Crank that up some bumpers to be cranked. Kids today, really deprived? A lot of them. Probably don't even know that song exists. I can still remember. Listening to that song. I just moved to Colorado to go to school here from the south is Chicago. And I can't remember what year that song came out. But listening to that song as his watch. This watched it snow on the flat irons in boulder. And I thought man I am in heaven three three someone three eight two five five number. He Colorado sun, you should put this into your daily web perusal Colorado sons website, they're doing some great journalism down there. They have a lot of folks who were big time print reporters until a lot of print went the way of the Dino. But they have a great piece by Jesse Paul. The headline is Cynthia Kauffman once had a bright political future. Here's what she has to say as she leaves office. They were being polite in the headline because then it just disappeared. Remember a lot of people thought she was going to be the GOP nominee for governor. And I understood why they thought that she won by a lot in the attorney general's race, which is not easy to do in Colorado. And then she did some good things. His attorney general I think she had one obvious monumental failure. Which I'll talk about the second. But so Cynthia Kauffman she gets into the governor's race. And I told you on air that day, she is not going to be the GOP nominee. I told you she's not even gonna do well in that primary, and and people kept saying man, are you sure you're on a big Lemaire said one hundred per baby hundred per her candidacy is going nowhere. Why why people would ask a simple reason she is not pro-life, and you you are not going to be and you should not be the GOP nominee for any high office. If you are pro legalized abortion, it is that simple. And so I think a lot of people were stunned at how poorly she did in the primary. I don't think anybody was stunned by the end that she wasn't the nominee. Polls told you. She wasn't likely to win. It wants the race got going, but she and I'll pull the number was seven percent. Or something. I mean, she was just crater in the end. And listen, I'm not making fun of her. She had the courage to get the arena. I respect people who do that. That's not the point. But the point is the bigger lesson moving forward, which is a very positive lesson in Colorado. You are not going to be the GOP nominee unless you are pro-life. And and you know, and it's America America is shifting and objectively provable shifting to the pro-life position as it should GOP in Colorado. Yeah, it's not gonna work for you. As a pro abortion candidate for the GOP nomination. And listen, I get it therapy people out there who say, well, that's why the GOP isn't winning statewide really wasn't there guy named Cory Gardner. Anybody? Remember him then we have on the show a few days ago. He'd be he beat a sitting US Senator a popular one and good campaigner very well funded Mark udall and Mark udall. Couldn't have been more pro-abortion celebrated Cory Gardner. God love him. He never backed off. He never compromised his pro-life position. One eye open. And he won that race soon. No, no. That's not the opposite is true as a Republican at least you're not gonna be governor in Colorado. If you're pro-abortion because you're not gonna win the primary, and you can certainly win the general you just have to be courageous and smart about the way you address that issue. But yes, so that the political crash of Cynthia Kauffman, I think, you know, profound truth the day. How can anybody argue against the fact that it was her pro abortion position and then on top of that her failure to investigate Planned Parenthood? When those serious questions rose as to whether Planned Parenthood was violating the law in Colorado. Whether Planned Parenthood was selling baby parts in Colorado tonight, even investigate them come on. So anyway, if you've got a different take on then you got any taken that you wanna talk about Cynthia Kauffman three or three seven three eight two five five the number. You know, the one thing that had really disappointed me there because she's a very sharp person very able. Very, you know qualified competent lawyer, but. I've been on your what twenty five years who cares? But I've been on here a long time around here. And so I've had a lot of people on air. I've had a lot of people on air. I agree with a lot of people on your I disagree with. I bet a lot of people on air from both sides of the aisle, nationally and locally. But I had never had this happen before even with the Hickenlooper camp before he became afraid of tough questions, but I called up, and I and I wanted an interview with Cynthia on the Planned Parenthood thing, and they said, no. And I wasn't surprised because she I was confident could not defend their position on that. And so she didn't wanna come on air. And and you know, just stumble around I got that. And I just took that as kind of an admission, but then some other issue came up. I can't remember what it was. It was interesting enough to get her on air, but it was pretty routine and the other issue came up, and they said, okay, she'll come on as long as you promise not to ask her about Planned Parenthood. And when I stopped laughing, I said, are you? Kidding me? They said, no, those are the terms, and so she never came on my show again because I would never promise to limit my questioning nobody's ever asked me from either side of the aisle to limit my questioning in twenty five years on air other than that. And so at that point, I kind of figured not ready for prime time. I mean, just not ready for primetime. Don't take a position right unless you're able to defend and we've all taken positions at some point in our life that we thought. Yeah. I can really defend this. I'm right. Let's go do it. And then you get into the great debate. And you learn you know, what? All right, hadn't thought about this or hadn't been aware of that factor, whatever. And and you end up may be changing your position that that happens to all of us at some point in life. But but don't take a position, especially not as Torney general of the state of Colorado unless you can back it up, and that's why she wouldn't come on. Because she couldn't back it up couldn't justify it. Not even investigating Planned Parenthood. Give me a break. Louise from beautiful, Frederick, you retain capless six thirty K. How welcome. Hi, dan. Hi, louise. Listen to you all the time. And I really liked you what happened here. Did you guys pay her to do this? You're a conscious. Studio with you. I don't think I could even can pay. Wow. Speak down to every thank you for your support. Can you be a little more specific Louise just a little more are used to be a Republican and due to the current situation with the madman running our country and your support light you refuse to see that he had done. Hyphenated never vote for Republican again not for dot catcher. Well, that's so rational, Louise, I don't know how I could argue with that not to be condescending. But at any any thing else. Okay. So I get that. It's my support for the president. May I ask you? I ruined announced. The ramseys. Yes. What did I do to? The Ramseys you ruin their lives like. At least you're not accusing me a committing the underlying crime. But how did I ruin the Ramseys lives by dragging them through the mud constantly from out five years when you didn't really have what happened and why I now ratings. Income from yours. Lease injury business. I I've I've, you know, fortunately, I don't have to supplement that income. But but tell me this, Louise, what did I what did I ever know? But remember my clients always do better than I do. What did I what did I do to the Ramseys? What did I ever say about the Ramseys that was unfair you accuse them unnecessarily? And now, we all know they probably had nothing to do with. Sure, you've got the right guy. Or are you thinking of a different host? No, I listen to you constantly. I'm ashamed to say that you had to be listening to me today to call the show, right? I listen on occasion. And I don't know why just want to raise my blood pressure. I was so glad when they put you on because I hate Michael Brown. No, no. No. No. Hey, you got a problem with Michael, you know, where to find them each night. Let me ask you this. Louise, can we put you on the payroll? Can we get you on like three times a week to tell me how often okay? No seriously. I we we need you. If you can hold the line if you can old Lyme because I had a guest who is supposed to come on. And and now they are on. And so I wanna pop Mon. But if you can hold the line, I want Ryan to get your info because we we need you Louise. Oh, sure. Yeah. I'm not being condescending, we need you here. Because you ran off your other lady. Just pros is wonderful. That that's one thing we agree on. She is wonderful. She is wonderful. Yes. Trunks, the Kool-Aid and you'll do anything for money. Yeah. And I know you're right now. Now Louise knows how to tempt me here. So I do anything for money, that's obvious. Where does that come from? Well, because you've been on talk radio for years, and you're propagating these ideas that are ruining your country. And I can't think of why you would do it. If it weren't for the money, and I really appreciate your honesty, and they're not being condescending. You know? It's quite possible that being on talkradio costs me money because I probably make more money in my law practice than I do being here. But the reason I'm on talk radio is a I'm the luckiest guy in the world to have the opportunity to do it. It's a privilege, but be you know, I just want to be involved in the fight. I want to get out there. I want to be in the big issues. I wanna speak and find the truth and find it first and then speak. So this is all I'm saying is this is not about money. Yeah. I saw the right thing is to agree with Louise the right thing is to agree with Louise Wright what I'm trying to figure out is why you ever liked me. How with your worldview, how could you have ever liked worldview is changed? It must've. So so, you know, who now you you must believe now in killing children before birth right because I've always been pro-life. Well. Well, then that's what I'm turning into stand is is you so disliked me. Now, how could you have ever liked me because I haven't changed, but what I'm really upset with Republicans about right now is that a lot of my friends. Friends and family. The only reason they voted for Trump. Because of the court in abortion and that's sickening because you've sickening people. Louise, that's like people saying, hey, you know, what I'm really disappointed in my friends and neighbors because they voted for that Abe Lincoln guy, just over slavery. Some issues are fundamental. They're just fundamental life and death issues because all these other issues don't matter if you're dead. Hey, would you do me this favor? Louise, would you hold on? I want Ryan to get your info. So we can get one more thing to you. Okay. Well, don't get her in full Ryan. Yeah. Go ahead. I don't think Republicans give a whatever about children once they're out of the womb. That is so wrong. Now, we really want you on because you're going to be such an easy foil Arab. Can you hold on? Please. Louise Wright who are fleeing. Endangering. I will take the reason I'm a Republican. Remember, I was a democrat for years. Then I was unaffiliated is I came to realize over time the way that you help the poor the way that you obviously help protect innocent human life is best through the Republican party. Because the Democrats are just wrong on this stuff. Hey, hold on Louise's because I want to get your info we wanna get you on. Can you do that? Ryan, let's make her regular. We'll give her own webpage. No we want, but we will make her regular. I want to go to the VIP line. Welcome a really super woman to the show it ties right into what we've been talking about. That is Lynn granton. That's a nice tune Leonard you with us. Oh could cook. Good. Hey, sorry about that are meant to get you on a few minutes ago. But Louise was so interesting. It's it's you know. In a rare that somebody hates me that openly. But I I'm grateful for it. But it ties into our conversation. Lynn, if you don't know Lynn Lynn is director of the respect for life office at the archdiocese of Denver. You still got that title? Right. Lynn. I sure do. Yeah. Because Lynn one way or the other lane is out there fighting for finding good fight for the week in the defenseless, and and it says director of respect for life office. And I wanted Linda pop on because what's happening tomorrow did this March for life every year at the capital. I'm just telling people in it is special. You gotta be there to experience it, but tell people what's up. You know, we actually have renamed it here in Colorado to celebrate life. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Because we are celebrating the value worth and extremely important dignity..

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"jesse paul" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Favorite movie guys, the favorite favorite guest appearance persons on the Dan Le Batard show, another than invert for Sinophile hoping to speed quicker might see it's a little chilly outside. Here. You're stumbling and bumbling try get the lighter going here. No. But this is beautiful. I love the fact that we are reunited, my friend normally never here at this time. But I got your texts and I'm down for a little smoke break. Actually. It's very windy. Can you hold? We'll take care of. I'll talk a little more here before you even asked me the other day, we were discussing how many people smoke at ESPN or who smokes reds, Joey galley ice virtually everybody that we're working on college that they has smoked and he because we go someplace high school college every has a smoke joys. Never cigarettes. I sleep Jesse. Paul. Palmer had a cigarette. Oh, really? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Party told you I used to smoke. We we started going through systematically, all the workers. I would honestly say those who say they've never smoked all liars and the ones that actually caught too. I appreciate here's the bad news few currently smoker almost every person was like, yeah. In college high school. I quit five years ten years ago. I never really smoked enough to quit. And I'm like, yeah. Like, he's still last the Mohicans. He gets exciting. Jimmy petar. All right. I'm campus. Unbelievable. So I listen, I don't know any of the executives obviously, not very important at all. This is said to me, do you know what you mean catarrhal, and I never met Mr. for tyrel semi Email just to meet him. So about couple months ago. Yeah, lead August, I just sent an Email got back to you right away. Yeah. He's very busy as you can tell you two months later, but Fidel half does office big Yankees fan. Oh, yeah. Very pleasant conversation was unaware of Sinophile. So I brought him his shirt, and I did see them. I hope this This works. guy because I gave Mr. skipper a NFL shirt as well. Jim is a great to me because I've never heard your podcast, but I will listen to it. That was what I gave him the shirt. And then when I left he said, listen, I'm gonna listen to me. You don't have to listen to you play with the fate of the company arrested your shoulders a.

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"jesse paul" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

10:18 min | 1 year ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"And then this year he's on pace that God knows do what guy he's already seventeen hundred this year. For guy. Six foot tall. I mean, you're talking about. I always hall of Famer where does he go on the on the ranking though like he's in the ten best. I know that. You know? Know who you're asking just off the top of my head just rallying all ten guys Brady. Peyton Manning Joe Montana. Away. Elway marino. United states. For getting some right? Breezes in there. Algiers? He's in. He's in that ten he's in the year right here. So it depends on Brett farve. I don't know. Would you would you like spike ask me about what I rank him ahead of Dan Marino, right? And obviously, Dan Marino's Ma favorite quarterback of all time at the Super Bowl. I knocked over an old woman to get over to Dan, you should have seen it every time. I say. So. So I probably wouldn't put him there just being biased. But without a doubt. He's accomplished more than Dan. Sure, he certainly planning planning up in a pass friendly era. So that hurts a little bit. But I, but then I would have had to penalize all those guys Rogers farve right Brady all of Manny. Penalize all this was in the farthest kind in the beginning of the hey, we went the offense to do great era. He stopped me. Remember, he took a beating in the NFC championship. Bounties out on whatever. I would have them in front of farve. I think he was a better quarterback than farve, and he has the Super Bowl and the and so you can use that as a way to say, yes, he's better than far like that. I think he's better than far. To be honest with you. You can make the argument is better than hell way. Yeah. Marino. The the reason that the reason I that I look at guys like breeze and Brady it's amazing what they've accomplished at at their age. Drew Brees is thirty nine and he's still playing like he's you never saw this before at the quarterback position. These guys are redefining how old you're supposed to be when you when you stop being dominant and the thing that's so impressive with hell. He doesn't have. He's not six five does have a cannon born arm and he's still puts the ball down the field. Every throw he's not Charlie check down like some of these other guys who are six four six five years to put more air under it to get it there. He does. The Pro Bowl receivers the few that he's play with you. You can make the argument. He's made them Pro Bowl wide receivers. Right. You know, I talked about how great of a player. Michael, Tom Thomas? Here's right now. Washington players whole career at Ohio State. I was shocked. He was the second round draft pick. Yeah. No, you you're dead. Right. And look out great. He looks with drew Brees. It's unbelievable. You're right. So I mean marches Colston before Michael Thomas was RJ. Actual started with drew Brees. Yeah, you're right. So I gotta give breeze. A lot of credit. He's in that top ten. You can putting where you want to Jack. Fritzy's breezy Rogers. It's close. I know you wanna say Rogers it because he's got the better. Rogers yet for sure, but you know, what? To go Rogers and James seltzer checks in. It's it's far a Super Bowl. I know you want SuperBowl. What I'm saying? Is that you know, we know far won the Super Bowl. He he made ninety five he won a Super Bowl. But what I'm saying is the fact laid twenty years later, the fact that breeze won a Super Bowl then puts him on the same page as far winning a Super Bowl and far also has throwing more interceptions than anybody in the history of the game you caused one. Yeah. I'll take credit for that. Yeah. But but yeah, that that's the other reason why put him in front of a agreed. He doesn't make the decisions with the football. That far did agreed as much as far one. He hurt his team's almost equally. Yeah. I wasn't a far guy when he played became a farve afterwards Grady player, but it was a little bit too much. John Madden made everybody hate. Made some people fall in love with you're correct. All right. Let's get let's get somebody on the line. Robert from north Philly. Robert the answer to the question of who was the last. He was the last giants quarterback to beat the eagles. Who is it? That'll be court water other than ally. Manning warner. It had to be that. Right. Had to be congratulations, man. Hang on a second. You qualify for the to be honorary captain with me at the Panthers in the eagles game. Yeah. Because he hasn't missed a game since he became star star. Yeah. We came in for Kurt Warner when we were beating the breaks out the giants and an opener. Yeah. He was a rookie. So he came in and mop up duty you guys. Remember who started for the giants that year before was Warner and Eli there were two guys that started games for the giants that year one of them. You should remember pretty scary council around. Kerry Collins one I was stunned when I found out Jeff Hostetler, let me guess. Who would ram? Jesse palmer. Jesse palmer. Yeah. Jesse paul? Hang grams, a Craik. Yes, I get that you my first against came with Ray as defensive end relied you up as defensive end late in the year. You were flying around tackles early is run out there and hit something. And then they're like, oh, don't let him get around. You. Right linebacker. Yeah. You gotta you gotta late in that season, Kate Graham. Where'd you get it here or Meadowlands here? Yeah. And he he was the widest person I've ever seen. He had the worst body of a quarterback I've ever seen. He's a big target. You look at it. Solve target. Can't grant Ben where bounce off him because he's so no strong. He went he would delegate saga potato Mattie was all he was terrible. Let's get phone call it here. Dan baltimore. Hi, dan. Hey, guys, thanks for taking my call got him in. Hey, hey, listen. I was doing a lot of homework on bell before he was even a consideration for the eagles. And you know, he had every reason to stay with the Steelers and the whole thing came down to him not wanna put his body on the line 'til we had that big contract. I don't see any different. If he gets, you know, if he gets traded equals take them on what if he doesn't want to pull out there until he's got that, you know, megadeal, and that's what my concern would be with him. I don't think anything's going to change that. And I think was shady coming over. I think they're still going to be a little bit of loyalty. And maybe that glimpse that you know, he could take the eagles to the Super Bowl and beyond the team this time. Well, tell me tell me like I mean, the answer this for me because I hear you're saying with the bell stuff because he's a little bit of a wildcard being the b hasn't signed the tender and reported yet. But specifically what are you worried about because he he already said he's going to report between week seven week eight to the Steelers. So if they trade if they if the eagles who to trade for him what what are you worried that he's going to do? He's going to fake an injury. He's just going to be like now, I'm hurt. I can't I can't play. What is it specifically? Yeah. Actually specific. I I'm worried about his attitude coming into it. You know in that position. You gotta really want it. And if he doesn't feel he can you know, if the eagles are going to give them the next big deal. He feels like he's being used. I think he's gonna keep that same bad attitude. And you know, we can't deal right Now, Dan, they can't give him a new contract. He has to wait until after the season. That's why I think anybody's crazy to Seinfeld because he's gonna want that deal. He's gonna wait till he goes in the open market. So if he stays with the Steelers if he's going to give a bum deal Steelers wherever he goes what he's not gonna put it all out there. That's just my that's fair. And we don't know what lay beyond thoughts are as far as playing with someone else. And I would imagine. Any team including the eagles would have to find that out first and foremost, meaning that if we trade for you, are you going to report just be upfront. What is if you're not then we won't trade in that conversation would happen for sure it's just whether or not like Levy could also be so happy that he's coming to the eagles. And he feels like I'm out of Pittsburgh. Thank god. I'm so sick of that. I'm just glad to be a new spot. And now he feels like all right, I'm fresh. Lemme put myself on display for the rest of the NFL. He may be more motivated than ever to come over here and happy, right? I would hope you would help. Because the last thing you would want. I can this is the one thing I will say that I worry about with levian. He's had he's had an injury history with strings and stuff like that. And he comes back not in football shape. And he second game pulled a hamstring. Now. He's alford. Two weeks. Here's what I would Bank on. He knows he can't get injured this year. So I would imagine he's doing his best to stay in shape. Now, it's not football shape. Because the only thing gets you in football shape is actually playing, but I don't think he's sitting around doing nothing because quite frankly, unless he's planning to come in just a report and steal don't play. Right unless he's planning to do that. Yeah. I don't think that's what he's fine. Now. I don't think he's going to do that. Eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four one person does not one one Levy on Bellas John Kincaid of the fan down there in Atlanta. The Delco native. And he's going to explain why coming up next segment eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four. And I can't imagine he has any good reasons. Why like will we'll hear about eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four. Let's give you our weather forecast. Brought to you by Nissan intelligent, mobility. Currently eighty degrees and cloudy.

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"jesse paul" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"That's an offensive guy. A defensive guy. I am peed off right now, and I'm sure at Tashi is and I know Nick Sabin is this is exactly what he needed, though. That's the freakish part about what we've seen saving do year in a year out. He needed a game like this and coming off a game where you gave up twenty three points to Texas A&_m.. So what he's telling that we've given a fifty four points in the last two weeks, right? He's bright and we say here and he talked about, let's find something negative to say about these guys. What is negative because beyond to miscommunication and the thirty one points because they can be deceiving that times they gave up one hundred yard rusher which is which is very rarely happens against Alabama defense. And that's not necessarily communication that's playing correct technique. Now, the thing that surprised me about them playing Arkansas when I watched that phase because usually I try to digest the run game and then I'll go and watch rewatch. It. And watch the secondary. There was some times where guys were taking chances in plant outside of their job trying to make plays and I don't. That doesn't work in the type of defensive scheme that Nick Sabin runs and how all of this is is Senator Jesse, Paul is all about you being here, you being here, you being here, we build a fence. We stopped a run if we get penetration off of a blitz and we get a negative play. Great. We don't land back down and come up with something different. My concern was one hundred Russian now. Do I think that that's a continuum? No, because you fixed those things, we'd take knee, but I did see guys trying to do too much on that defensive front that could cost you sometimes in games, we give it up big place sometimes too, though you have to look at the scheme. Arkansas deserves a bunch of credit and so does Chad Morris because they did have some unique looks that Alabama hadn't seen this year, but you know who else is going to have some unique looks. There's going to be a bunch of them coming in the next few says something you get ironed out. You gotta give credit to the. Office to. They had some really tough things that puts stress on the defense. Marcus fear is Greg McElroy. Thinking out loud to you? Well, seven PM tonight more and more of this. This is just love. This is just like this. Yeah, man. We can't say what we were saying. We wouldn't have jobs. It was cool guys..

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"jesse paul" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"That's an offensive guy. A defensive guy. I'm I am peed off right now and I'm sure Tashi is. And I know Nick Sabin is this is exactly what he needed though. Like that. That's the freakish part about what we've seen even do year in a year out. He needed a game like this and coming off a game where you gave up twenty three points to Texas A&_m.. So what he's telling we've given a fifty four points in the last two weeks, right? He's a bright and we we here and they he talked about, let's find something negative to say about these guys. What is negative because beyond the miscommunication and the thirty one points because that can be deceiving that times they gave up one hundred yard rusher which is which is very rarely happens against Alabama defense. And that's not necessarily communication that's playing correct technique. Now, the thing that surprised me about them playing Arkansas when I watched that face because usually I try. Digest the run game, and then I'll go and watch it. Rewatch it and watch the secondary. There was some times where guys were taking chances in plant outside of their job trying to make plays and I don't. That doesn't work in the type of defensive scheme that Nick Sabin runs and how all it is is, is Senator Jesse, Paul is all about you being here you being here, you being here, we build a fence. We stopped a run if we get penetration off of a blitz and we get a negative play great. We will land back down and come up with something different. My concern was one hundred Russia now, do I think that that's a continuum? No, because you fixed things, we'd take knee, but I did see guys trying to do too much on that defensive front that could cost you sometimes in gains we give it up big place sometimes too, though you have to look at the Skien. Arkansas deserves a bunch of credit and so does Chad Morris because they did have some unique looks that Alabama hadn't seen this year, but you know who else is going to have some unique looks. There's. Gonna be a bunch of them coming in. The next few says something you get iron. Now you gotta give credit to the office to. They had some really tough things. Put stress on the defense. Marcus fear is Greg McElroy. Thinking out loud to you. Well, seven PM tonight more and more this. This is just a on the love. This is just like, well, this is good. Yeah, man. We can't say what we were saying. Jobs. It.

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"jesse paul" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"More talented, Florida, Mississippi say here. I told you, hey, hey, hey, pal. Hold on a second two thousand fourteen. Remember that four years ago. By hand, no one was a number one, hit the number one team in the country. So don't give me the talent stuff. Okay. Number one in the country. Stop stop. We're talking. Only one classes never had a two fifty an hose. The other is never one the country. That's all I know. The number one. That's what you need to focus. Oh, yeah, I knew I know the same year. He was number four in the country. He lost the whole myth. Molin I get a little bit sick, you disrespect? Well, I'm really sorry that you get a little sick of it. I won't. You talk more about how they got to number one in the middle dam dynasty on the road, Alabama. That's no same losing saying there was, but you're the one running now Alabama's geared to. Just a little bit more deeper. Too much Mullen ate for breakfast today. I mean, you wrote without nothing. Talent. Hell, yeah, he can beat Alabama and beat out shoe, hey, we can be Gioja just way and sitting. You keep talking about the planet. That's telling me this. Paul. Number one, that was not what. You know, I know nobody wanted that day job. It was a water of bidding Bill when he took it. I would tell him to number one jammed honestly call. I don't know. I wasn't paying attention. You're the one, you're the one that covers teach you to. It's a damn losses does. That's all you know, you ain't got no damn valuations. You can't tell us how the hell he pull that off because he's over here. Attenuated Paul, you just can't figure out how they would teach win ten Moen just keeps winning. It's up against Kentucky human listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. We are joined next by Jordan Rogers do not say what Jordan knows about being ready as toward. And I did a commercial a couple of weeks ago in Philadelphia all places didn't know you were such a food connoisseur. I was the host of a of food contest that you one I did. Yep. I mean, breakfast is my thing was when you throw everything possible at a buffet into one scene, which you can't go wrong. It was pretty remarkable. The contestants for the for the most title of the radius food for radius breakfast challenge Maria Taylor in and Jesse Paul. Jesse Palmer could which stole my my idea. He did a little salt Bay. I totally talked about that before you want. So we had three judges. It was an American idol bake off, and congratulations. I figured there'd be like some book offers and speaking tours, maybe another spinoff cooking show. None of that yet. They're coming up what's going? Well, you you see too much of South Carolina, but which we want to start with. We just heard from well mush implemented to go. This program needs a turnaround. They have Missouri this weekend. What have you seen lately from them? I just the offense kinky going. And when you look at this, I think what they've changed is there's more temple. Jake Bentley has. More responsibility than maybe anybody at the line of scrimmage with what he's able to do, but they haven't consistently ran the football Rico. Data had forty forty four yard little over forty yards against Kentucky, and they left some plays on the field. I mean, Jake Bentley twice had guys wide open downfield and for one reason or another moving around couldn't go get the arm strength into it. Miss those that touchdown to deebo Samuel really should have been an interception and we just look at the game as a whole, they're opportunities, but even the good, wasn't that good. I'm not sure if this South Carolina team kind of is one hundred percent on board with this transition of we're gonna go up tempo. We're gonna throw the ball all over the place. You gotta be able to establish the run and they, they haven't done that. So the pass game has suffered, as is you've also got a heavy dose of Kentucky lately, which means you've seen that team play spectacularly. Well, what did you say? I mean some believable, I think even last week I myself and I watch all this the film and as impressed with the Xs and os and what they're doing at the line of scrimmage on both sides of all the anybody who is still had a little bit of reservation like is this for..

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"jesse paul" Discussed on Championship Drive

Championship Drive

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"jesse paul" Discussed on Championship Drive

"Florida state and i don't know if there's another answered if you guys have one but you're not and obviously you feel for them losing dri france allowed is a tremendous player but you can just see in the wake force game that the issues go beyond have jesse paul her rightfully so calling out that offensive line which added ispa dad that's year guys but the bad for several years given the talent level your piece in on defense but not enough they're not were clubs in and georgia and michigan and alabama those defences are even though they should be with their talent see lows that win by alabama over florida state as good as we thought it was uh you know everybody wants to sort of get revisionist you know what what happened what what this team was wasn't when you play them listen when they played florida state in granted the quarterback it's hurt in that game four the state was thought to be one of the best through four teams in the country now they're not that now after francois goes down but i still think it's a very good win it was a neutral site a gained that was hype from the high the best season opener maybe in the last thirty forty years in college football or the highest profile so i i don't think you can take it away from alabama but i think at the end of the year may look a little bit different to a lot of people including the committee it's it's hard to also quantify the the psyche of a team you lose your quarterback you lose a game like that and you wonder what's next and then you lose stance he stayed and boy we'll we'll see where they go from here after that bo win over wake forest okay to last quick once sealow right back to you best coaching job of the first month of the season who was.

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