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02:59 min | 2 years ago

"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I'm going to be there. And so should you. Are you Bryan Cranston had the controversy where he was playing the part of a crippled character, but wasn't crippled. And then Kevin Spacey. There had a controversy over the tweets about a game from a million years ago. I just feel like the world we're living in his upside down. Sometimes it really isn't it though. Protesting an actor playing a apparently because he's not really apparently you're saying in essence that everyone who's ever acted in a role has to have lived that life with your death row sentence in may a double murderer pedophile. You better have a record of being a pedophile. So in Cuba Gooding junior was had to play OJ in that show. Should he had to go kill to? Yes. But he had to get a Heisman before that. Contract. Bryan, Cranston, really wanted this role and was really committed to being in this movie. He throw himself off a ski lift. Morning drive with John Phillips and Jillian barberie morning. Six to ten AM seven ninety ABC. This is pre nine eleven we're going up to Napa for my wife's best friends wedding. We're running late because that's who we are. And it is pouring rain. So we get to the motel was soaking wet. We go in. We don't have much time. My wife does the shower order, I'll go, and I know shower, then you go how come you get to go? First of all that we lay our suitcases on the bed and she says, oh, that's not my case. And we open the case up, and it has in it. Are you ready? A long black leather duster a bolo tie. A worn pair of shoes and a loaded gun in the shoes. I didn't want to say to her that. My first observation was well who wears a long leather duster a bolo tie, worn shoes and a gun. A murderer somebody who's out to murder somebody and we have his bag and when he finds out we're dead. What are we what are you doing here? So this is how amazing it is pre nine eleven you don't remember what just like walking people on the planes and people not being frisked and not essay, I call the airline. And they're okay, we'll try and find your bag and come and get that I said, but there's a loaded gun in the guy shoe nothing else is in there. There's not toothbrushes sky was traveling up to here to take somebody out. So the guy knocks on her door half an hour later from the airline. My wife is going out of her mind because it's her best friend found her bag says or me this one I'm holding the gun like up like it's the plague in a hand it to him. He goes, okay. Thanks luck. It was like it was a loaf of bread. But again in the nine nine eleven world guy taken a gun onto a plane loaded in a shoe with no safety on. I guess was not a big deal. What would you do with an extra thousand bucks? Okay. Some Bill to do. So you could use some free money..

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Person With Sword Shot by Police at Church of Scientology in Inglewood; 2 Officers Struck by Gunfire

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00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Person With Sword Shot by Police at Church of Scientology in Inglewood; 2 Officers Struck by Gunfire

"A suspect is in grave condition and two police. Officers are injured after a bizarre incident at the church of Scientology in Inglewood. We're live in Los Angeles with KABC correspondent Kevin trip. Reports are that a man wearing a hoodie entered the church of Scientology in Inglewood armed with a sword and a gun. We're hearing he's to police officers hitting one in the hand and one in the arm. The suspect was reportedly shot in the head and transported to the hospital in grave condition. The investigation is ongoing so avoid the three hundred block of south market street in

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Jelly Belly creator making CBD beans

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00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Jelly Belly creator making CBD beans

"The creator of jelly belly jelly beans is launching a new line of jelly beans infused with cannabis derived CBD. Here's Mark Mayfield with details. The candy will come in thirty eight flavors and each bean will contain ten milligrams of CBD CBD is derived from cannabis, but doesn't have any of these psychoactive elements of marijuana. David Kline created jelly belly jelly beans in nineteen seventy six but sold the company in nineteen eighty he's continued to make candy since then. And now his company spectrum confections has decided to get into the marijuana edibles business clienteles cannabis aficionado. He decided to create the new treat after learning about the reported benefits of

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"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Throw himself off a ski lift. Morning drive with John Phillips and Jillian barberie morning. Six to ten AM seven ninety ABC. I go to the pharmacy this weekend to drop off a prescription. And I've been going there since eighteen seventeen and I give her and she looks at it. And looks at me and goes have you ever been here before I said yet since twenty twenty years? Oh, how do you spell your last night? I said the same as on the prescription. So now, I'm really nervous because this person is going to be fulfilling my prescription. So then she's typing, and it's kind of like the airlines when you go and stand there, and I'm thinking. There for five minutes. I'm going she's writing a novel. This is this is like a screen writer and she's right in between every patient. She gets in another five minutes in his finishing a page because no one types in that much material to find out about my prescription, which they filled eight thousand times. So I I I don't mean to you. Because I know what it's like when I'm typing. But is that about me, or are you like are you booking a vacation? What are you doing? So. No, no. And you had to look up something I'm going what it's the same prescription. Every two months. What do you do? So now, we come back, and as as my experience every time, I'm at this pharmacy. There's a guy yelling at somebody. How can this be? I called ahead. And they said, it'd be ready am I Don? And he's gone. They're going out of their mind. And then to behind me if somebody wise cracking, they do this all the time. And so the line is hostile villagers, and Frankenstein. And then the person in front of me, and is one of my pet peeves starts talking to me. And I go, oh, what are and they're not there in the near phone, but I think they're talking to because we're talking so loud and looking directly at me, and they go how are you? I guess I'm fine. How are you? And then they go. Yeah. Bird is going to go. Oh, they're not talking to me. They're looking at me, but they got an earphone under there. The whole thing was was insanity..

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2 Venezuelan Civilians Killed in Clash with Security Forces on Border

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02:18 min | 2 years ago

2 Venezuelan Civilians Killed in Clash with Security Forces on Border

"News Venezuela, looks like it's about to burst into whatever is left. Whatever is left of Venezuela's about to burst into flames. According to the Washington Post to our dead after Venezuelan soldiers opened fire on opposition supporters in San Cristobal Venezuela, Venezuelan soldiers opened fire on a group of civilians attempting to keep open segments of the southern border with Brazil for deliveries of humanitarian aid causing multiple injuries. In the first fatalities of a massive opposition operation men's deliver international relief to this devastated. South American country, basically civilians were trying to work with Brazil to allow aid to arrive in the country and the military is trying to stop that aid from arriving in the country because they're afraid that the aid will come along with support for Guido who is the opponents to the socialist dictator nNcholas Maduro the violence unfolded as the United States and the governments of Nicolas Madura diffused at least one immediate source. Attention a looming deadline on Monday for all American in Venezuela. And diplomats to respectively depart Caracas in Washington the agreement but both sides more time to negotiate a longer term diplomatic presidents after a presence after the rupture of official relations last month. But the assault race concerns of further violence as the opposition sought on Saturday to the five Medeiros blockade of humanitarian aid donated by nations, including the United States and stored at neighboring countries the Mets reliever bouncing hunger and disease in the collapsing. Socialist state the move is also meant to test the military's loyalty to Missouri by encouraging the armed forces to disobey, his government's direct order to keep the aid out, which of course, is what needs to happen here. The military needs to turn on Madero and allow their own people a certain level of at least survivability in this debacle. Fridays fatalities did not come on the western border or global attention was focused amid a star-studded benefit concert for Venezuela in the Colombian city of Kuka where co organizer and British billionaire, Richard Branson, led a crowd of more than two hundred thousand revellers. Instead it happened in the desperately poor Amazonian, savannah near Brazil, the victims indigenous Venezuelans have long fought for land rights and and back the opposition. When the military fired those present said they were trying to block the military from carrying out Maderas orders to close the border with. Brazil to bark humanitarian aid carbon Atlanta, silver, forty-eight, who's in the crowd of civilians. When the soldiers began firing said, the majority of the people support the entrance of humanitarian aid we want to keep our border open. This is help not war every day. More children

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Comedian Brody Stevens Dead at 48 of Apparent Suicide

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Comedian Brody Stevens Dead at 48 of Apparent Suicide

"News comedian Brody Stevens was found dead today at his Los Angeles area home where he reportedly took his own life. That's according to the Hollywood reporter, the forty eight year old entertainer who memorably played a cop in the film. The hangover was found dead midday today it's being investigated as a suicide by hanging. Stevens had reportedly struggled with depression,

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LA City Hall carpets to be removed amid typhus outbreak

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LA City Hall carpets to be removed amid typhus outbreak

"This really is the first of a new generation of technologies is coming that will make your the current nine one one system seem like a Ford model t if people know about is they countywide service can also help people who may be in a situation where speaking can be dangerous. What can't be sent at the moment, however are photos videos, but those options will be explored when the technology improves James Rowe Haas. KABC news all of the carpets in city hall and city hall east may need to be ripped out due to a typhus outbreak. According to council, president heard Wesson who said a city employees may have contracted the infectious disease. While at work west and also want city staff to report on the scope of vermin and pest control issues within the Civic Center

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Video shows 84-year-old Alzheimer’s patient dumped by hospital outside locked care facility, daughter says

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Video shows 84-year-old Alzheimer’s patient dumped by hospital outside locked care facility, daughter says

"US with most of those being either into or out of Chicago's airports. In addition to the cancellations over thirty three hundred flights across the country have been delayed a TV producer has been fired. And he may or may not have been a Rams fan a spokesperson for CBS affiliate. Katie K A says they fired a producer for violating the station's journalistic standards in a story previewing the upcoming Super Bowl a video showed Tom Brady speaking and on the Chiron underneath words known. Cheater as his title Brady was suspended for four games in two thousand seventeen for his role in the Deflategate scandal. The producer Michael telic took to Twitter saying he got fired for making a joke and established a gofundme e account to raise money to help him pay the mortgage on the new house. He had just bought. He also said he will donate the money raised to charity and Brady's name. Once he finds another job. I'm John Stolnis. Talk radio seven ninety KABC sports clippers host the Lakers tomorrow and Billy crystal will be in the announcer's box. That's seven ninety KABC sports. ABC news time five oh two.

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"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC

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06:53 min | 2 years ago

"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Phillips, Jillian barberie the fun way to manage your commute morning. Six to ten JBC. Welcome back this adventure. So early this morning Roger stone from campaign associate was arrested by the FBI, we're going through his indictments so stones started making statements to members of the Trump campaign and supporters of the Trump campaign runner about Tober third two thousand sixteen stone wrote to a supporter involves at the Trump campaign spoke to my friend in London last night. The payload is still coming also honor about August, October thirty two thousand sixteen soon received an Email from a reporter who had connections to a high ranking Trump campaign official that asked the head of WikiLeaks. What's he got hope? It's good soon report responded in part, it is I tell that high-ranking Trump campaign official, but he doesn't call me back that high-ranking Trump campaign official that is apparently Steve Bannon on or about October fourth twenty sixteen the head of the organization WikiLeaks held a press conference burials pertaining to the Clinton campaign shortly afterward stone received an Email from the high ranking Trump campaign official asking about the status of. Future releases by WikiLeaks stone answered that the head of WikiLeaks had a serious security concern, but that the the organization WikiLeaks would release a load going forward every week. So that presumably is Steve Bannon. So because because their argument public information about that Email, but the phrase load every week going forward. So apparently Bannon instilling were in communication band at that time was the chairman of the Trump campaign later that down about October fourth two thousand sixteen the supporter involved with the Trump campaign. Ask stone via text message if he had heard any more from London. And so said yes want to get on a secure line. Got what's up? So and subsequently told the reporter that the supporter that more material will be released and that it would be damaging to the Clinton campaign. Okay. So again, none of this is the criminal activity what he's being indicted for his lying about all of this. So he went in front of the house intelligence committee. And he said that he had no documents that dealt with any of these questions when he testified before the house intelligence committee in his opening statement. He said the hearings are largely based on a. Yeah. Yet unproven allegation that the Russian state is responsible for the hacking of the DNC. And he said that members of the committee had made certain assertions which had to be rebutted, including the charge that I knew in advance about and predicted the hacking of the Clinton campaign chairman's Email, and then I advanced knowledge of the source or actual contents of the WikiLeaks disclosures regarding Hillary Clinton in now, how does this relate Trump? Well, we've already mentioned we've already mentioned that there is a problem here. With regard to Steve Bannon Steve Bannon was socio with Trump campaign who was the campaign chairman. He served in the White House as the as the chief advisor to the president. Okay. All of that is problem for Trump. But there is one particular phrase that is a a bigger problem for from. This is from the report after the July twenty second twenty sixteen release of stolen GNC emails by WikiLeaks. A senior Trump campaign official was directed to contact stone about any additional releases and what other damaging information WikiLeaks had regarding the Clinton campaign still in there. After told the Trump campaign about future releases of damaging material by WikiLeaks. Notice the language there. A senior Trump campaign official was directed to contact stone. So in other words, somebody very high up in the campaign was told by someone presumably higher up in the campaign, wink, wink, nod nod, maybe Trump to contact Roger stone. Now, this is not a criminal problem for the president saying his people go get Roger stone on the phone right now that is not a criminal activity even saying go get Roger shown on the phone right now. He may have information about information that's going to drop that's not illegal either. But it is a political problem for the president. And it's going to continue to undermine his claims that there was no collusion between his campaign and Russia because now we have to actual separate questions. One is is there impeachable criminal activity here and two is did the Trump campaign colluded with WikiLeaks? If in fact, the Trump campaign knew that they were getting extra information from WikiLeaks Russian government front group, and it was being funneled the erogenous stone to the Trump campaign that is collusion, even if it's not criminal activity. And that's not good for Trump. Now. How does all this play out the here's how plays out politically Democrats suggest that they were right all along Hillary Clinton never would have lost except for Donald Trump colluding with the Russians again, the evidence that is scanty WikiLeaks was going to release this stuff. Anyway, they didn't need advice from Roger stone. I want to release it. And it turns out that there's no actual information in this indictment suggesting that WikiLeaks was taking advice from the Trump campaign rather teams WikiLeaks was giving advance notice to the Trump campaign, which suggests that they would have been dumping this material. Anyway, so take number one from the left is going to be Hillary Clinton lost because WikiLeaks from colluded the Trump colluded part may still be true. We don't know yet. We just don't know these she lost because it is pretty dicey. But if you think that's not going to be a turnout boost for whomever runs against Trump in two thousand twenty think again, and the Democrats are firmly convinced that the two thousand sixteen election was stolen from them. Even though there that is not true. They're firmly convinced that it was illegitimate. Even though that is not true. There are firmly convinced that. If they all show up they're going to win in two thousand twenty which may very well be true. The narrative on the right countered countervailing is going to be that there's no criminal activity here that this is all a witch hunts. That was originally started for no reason other than animus about President Trump that you get a bunch of people in a room with the FBI, and congress, and you ask them a bunch of embarrassing questions in politics, and they're probably going to lie to you. And that if Muller launched an investigation, or if the FBI had launched an investigation into Hillary, and then actually interviewed Hillary without her lawyer present like Cheryl mills, and then asked Hillary a bunch of embarrassing questions. She would have lied about things if they launched an investigation into fusion GPS and the Steele dossier and Hillary Clinton attempting to gain information yet, a Ford actor Christopher Steele about Donald Trump, and then funnel that to law enforcement via fusion GPS. If you've been asked about that, maybe she would allied. They members of fusion GPS live, maybe members of the Hillary campaign would have lied. We don't know because that investigation never took place. So the case on the part of the right is. Going to be in an investigation in which you ask people embarrassing questions. They tend to lie if all you've got is that they live to you without any evidence of underlying crime. Then this really is a witch hunt. Now, here's the thing. Both cases are kinda true. Right. It is kind of true on the part of people on the right that if a similar investigation had been launched in depth against Hillary Clinton, a bunch of people would have gone to jail, and it is similarly true. According to people on the right? There's no underlying crime as of yet. So all these things can be true. And it's all going to play out politically. I don't think this results impeachment coming up. We'll bring you the latest on the government shutdown Republicans tried to fund certain areas of the government yesterday. That was rejected by Democrats are now very eager for the government shutdown to continue especially.

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11:07 min | 2 years ago

"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC

"With John Phillips and Jillian barberie the fun way to manage your commute morning. Six to ten j ABC. Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. So breaking news on the government shutdown. Apparently, the president is now having conversations with both trucks Schumer and Mitch McConnell about the possibility of a three week continuing resolution that would fund the government's Lindsey Graham says he just got off the phone with the president and told him that we are talking about a three week continuing resolution. He said, the president indicated what you would want in a three would CR those proposals are now being discussed by leaders, McConnell and Schumer apparently Trump wants a down payment on the wall. What that means is anybody's guess in return for funding. A continuing resolution joining us on the line is house minority leader Kevin McCarthy from the great state of California house minority leader McCarthy, thanks for joining the program. Appreciate it. Thanks for having me on. I'm a big fan. I appreciate it. So congressman what exactly is the latest status that you are hearing in terms of the government shutdown and the possibility of a continuing resolution. Well, what we had happened today. And this is important. Speaker Pelosi actually gave all the members of the house a three day weekend. Instead of staying here getting the work done Republicans put on the floor to actually pay the federal workers and continue to make this debate. And argue through we did get thirteen Democrats to vote with us. We had six more would have passed our challenge here is in the Senate. They had the two bills up they both failed. I was talking to Lindsay last night. This is what the idea what if we fund it for three weeks, and we give a portion of the wall and a portion of something else. And then we'd come back communicate. Again, that's kind of the lines that they're looking. I have not heard from the democrat do if you listen to speaker Pelosi this she's willing to give anything in the process, and that's always been part of the problem because the president has offered four different plans here and remember this when he talks about DACA and border security speaker Pelosi Holtz. The record for the longest speech ever on the floor. She did it last year. And it was all over Dhaka. And she shut the government down over what the president did was saying. All right. We gotta find compromise while I'll take two major items both people want it. Let's do that. And that's what she's been saying. No to. Councilman McCarthy why do you think that the Democrats have been able to get away with offering no room for actual negotiation? I mean, they have not even offered a proposal or a counter proposal to any of this. It's been the president's offering things the Democrats rejecting that over and over and over again. And yet, it seems like the American people continue to blame the president and the Republicans as opposed to the Democrats by polling data, they do in the real challenge here when you look at it remember when before this all started the House Republicans were name majority passed a Bill sent to the Senate. And this is what a lot of people don't follow through on. It takes sixty votes in the Senate. So it was Schumer who decided to shut the government down. Now. Thinking about getting away with it. Listen to what you've heard from Democrats in the house Collin Peterson is the chairman of the agriculture committee. You know, what he said this week give Trump the money? Ben mcadams a democrat said he would consider additional border barrier construction. The number two. Steny Hoyer said a wall is not immoral wrong. Kind talks about still slack. We've got democrat after democrat. So what's really happening? Here is the style in which Nancy Pelosi governs s speaker. She does not let her members breakthrough. But if you watched a week ago, we only had six Democrats vote with us when we wanted to fund at payback to federal employees now we've gotten thirteen so would you doubled in less than a week? So I believe there's cracking along the democrat side, and I think they're feeling the pressure back home. But nobody wants to be in the situation. We don't need to be in this situation. The real challenge is what I've told all the all the leaders stay here in Washington. I'm here less meet tomorrow and less. Let's do this. Let's put a commitment to one another that we don't come out of the room until we get some form of an agreement. I believe we can get this done radically. Congressman McCarthy there's been a lot of pressure obviously on House Republicans Senate Republicans and the president not to cave here to stick until he gets his funding because the feeling is that, you know, if he's not willing to go to the mat, then Democrats are going to give nothing we've had too many deals where Republicans have said, you know, what we'll give you a hamburger now and you pass tomorrow, and then nobody ever pays tomorrow. So another continuing resolution or. Nothing comes out of it. We'll be back in the situation in three weeks or we won't. And there won't be any any wall. Why should Republican voters? Why should members of the base really trust that any deal short of full funding for the wall is going to eventually result in the funding necessary for the wall. Well, the thing I see you're correct. Because here we are fighting over something that was promised. How many decades ago would actually happen when we did immigration reform and others. I don't believe anybody in America thinks that when you talk about border security. There's not some form of barrier. The has to go up. We've watched the success in San Diego in Yuma in El Paso. I mean over the years ninety five percent improvement on crossing there. So you've got a great deal safety by Democrats actually used to vote for border security that included barriers now they say, no only when it's President Trump. Yeah. I believe at the end of the day. We know what we need this. We know no one gets a hundred percent of what they want. That's why the president leaned in and said, let's do DACA at the same time. And here you have the speaker who has the record for the longest speech on the floor hours upon hours over one issue. And now, she put a statement out minutes before the president even spoke where she could hear what he even said and said, no, I'm opposed that will break through the American public and seeing the other part is to I don't think they've ever dealt with President Trump. He's committed. He's worked hard at this. But he's the individual that's trying to find common ground. House house minority leader McCarthy I want to ask you about what just happened in the Senate because right now Democrats seem like they have a lot more leverage than Republicans to Senate votes that were put up today. One Senate vote was the president's preferred plan that would've traded DACA for the wall that received fewer votes than a clean continuing resolution. Six Republicans voted in favor of the clean continuing resolution along with all of the Democrats in the Senate. It looks like the Republican caucuses collapsing faster than the democratic caucus to be perfectly honest with you feel that same thing or do you think that the the votes in the Senate were sort of not not really good indicator? I don't think there's a good indicator because it takes you need to get to sixty. So we had to Republicans who didn't vote with the Republican plan. So we only lost by two votes. When you look at the overall. So that's where the problem lies think over on the house, you had thirteen Democrats just vote with Republicans to pay the federal employees a week ago. You only had six so that was a Dudley you have the comments from Democrats, even the chair of armed services that yes, he believes walls work, so I see a crumbling there. And look from one point it's really a low point being speaker of the house where you disinvite the president of the state of the union something that's never happened before, you know, Woodrow Wilson and eighteen thirteen was the first president come down and present here. We've got the article to talks about this section three. But you've had eighty three other times that we've had the state of the union the state of the union has never been beyond February sex. Since nineteen thirty four. And here you have the speaker of the house cancelling something that I think at this time, it's probably more important than ever for the American public to see the president the Senate, the House Republicans Democrats altogether talking about which way we're going to go forward. Well, let's talk a little bit about the state of the union collapsed because obviously Nancy Pelosi is playing politics with this. No question, she invited him in the middle of the government shutdown, then she pretended that we can't invite him anymore because of the government shutdown and the president originally made noises about showing up anyway, maybe speaking in the in the Senate forum now he's saying he's not going to do it at all. Do you think that's the right move not to do any sort of state of the union or counter programming? My view has been that the president needs to be on the road making the strong case as to why he should get his way, I'm this government shutdown with every fiber of his being I was rather unhappy that he collapsed apparently on the state of the union where where do you stand on that? Well, I've watched this president from the moment it's been to a shutdown working here. I think the president was very strong. When he said Nancy Pelosi says stay here, not going more trips. Think about what transpired in. You were correct about this where you said here we were at the beginning of January swearing in for congress, and the speaker at the same time we were shut down. She goes on to say when she becomes speaker that this body should be the town hall where people can see the debate and others. She takes that day to send a letter and invite the president to come to a state of the union he accepts and she she says, no because of security, then we find out from secretary of homeland security issue and at the same time she wanted to go on a code L to Afghanistan with what about it because security issue. So I think the American public cease through this. I think president looked at a lot of different places to go. Give a speech to think it becomes a challenge when it gets into setting up something different than inside the house. I do want the president gives his state of the union speech. I wouldn't want her to say, oh, you gave a speech. So you couldn't do it here. I think we need to solve this problem. I'm with the president one hundred percent to solve this with every action that we can take in every meeting. He's had what he's had the Democrats and Republicans in it as well. I've watched what he's been willing to give and all that ever watched from the Democrats, especially with the speaker and Schumer is to say nothing gives no offer. And then argue the facts on the border and never let anybody to present the. It is. House minority leader McCarthy. Thanks so much for joining the show. I really appreciate it. Thanks for the update and keep fighting out there. Because obviously, you have one of the toughest jobs in Washington dealing with Nancy Pelosi Everyday's, we appreciate what? Remember, there's still a few conservatives left in California you, and I we're going to build it back. Well, together, we can fill a phone. But so I appreciate it. Thanks so much. Well in a second. I wanna talk about the latest President Trump apparently calling oppressor in front of the press pool. So we will get to what he plans to say. In just one second first. Let's talk about the underwear upon your toes. So I can tell you this the underwear upon mytalkers, they are incredibly comfortable why. Well, because they are Tommy John brand underwear. Tommy, John has the most comfortable underwear for everyone on the planet..

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01:42 min | 2 years ago

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"The rest of the night. And Finally, I think like two thirty get up to go to the bathroom. And I just started looking through my my phone. I'm looking for Conrad Murray. Where's that? That's right. One night a week where it's just it doesn't happen. It's really basic advice. But someone told me when you're tired go to sleep. Yeah. I learned that from doing the morning, so don't fight it. So if you're awake be awake. And if you're asleep, then sleep don't fight it. Well, the problem is I get really tired at three AM. I want to sleep eight hours then and then you're tired now during the shift, but it's all good. I mean, we're fine. We pumped herself full of Starbucks. So we have fake energy. Well, my favorite is. Would you tell people that you're having a tough time sleeping adjusting to a new schedule? Oh. It's this t- from trader Joe's. And I think to myself, you know, what you can do with your coffee beans anger -til. Something stronger. Morning with John Phillips and Jillian barberie morning. Six to ten AM seven ninety BBC. You love them on your drive home. You'll love them on your morning drive. The morning drive with John Phillips in Jillian barberie the fun way to manage your morning. Six to ten j ABC. Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show.

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Alyssa Milano blasted for 'MAGA hat is the new white hood' tweet

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Alyssa Milano blasted for 'MAGA hat is the new white hood' tweet

"News. Actress Elizabeth Milano is generating controversy and some outrage over a tweet she sent out that said that the red make America great again, hats are the new white hood Milano posted the tweet after video surfaced between high school students and a native American elder at. A March in Washington. DC Twitter users are urging Milano to apologize. The tweet has gone viral with more than twenty thousand

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"To him that is just off the charts that why they say that he should be a politician. With John Phillips and Jillian barberie morning. Six to ten AM seven ninety ABC ABC news sponsored by lows. Are. You does anybody here notice that our bathrooms? Whenever I go in there. Because now that I'm doing this shift used to be there in the morning, and it was kinda clean. When I go in there and evening, it looks like the person performing had a temper tantrum and just went in there and went to the bathroom number one or two and then got mad about something and through stuff all over the place because I can't imagine. How that mess happens? They got to see protectors or sticking on the wall got towels. They got things there's water people have missed. I don't know. What it looked like a hostage situation like the post hostage? Like there should be police tape up. I don't get it. I won't even go other than one out of the house. You know, you try and time, and I don't know where I'm going here. But people are not only going in there. They're they're they're doing MMA fighting in there or something's going on. I don't know what it is. I know you can't put a camera in there. But would love to know, which of my workers goes in there and goes out of their mind nuts like they've never been in the bathroom before I'm telling you. Wow. The primate cages at the zoo are cleaner than that. Okay. Everyday toward the end of the day. It's just nobody people just decided I'm not gonna use it trash getting more. So I just had to vent and get that..

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09:57 min | 3 years ago

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"Your morning drive. The morning drive with John Phillips and Jillian barberie the fun way to manage your morning. Six to ten j ABC. M seven ninety ABC. Hey, welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. Got a lot to get to with Senator. Marco rubio's. We're gonna jump right to him. Senator Rubio from Florida, of course, one of the thought leaders in the Republican party joins us here on the bench fair show. Senator Rubio, thanks so much for joining us. Appreciate it. Thanks for having me on. So is that a ruby when we start with just what's happening right now, where do you think the government shutdown stands are we going anywhere fast? Or is this going to be you know, just buckling and hold on tight for the next few weeks? You know? I don't know. I I'm not sure I don't see an easy end to this and primarily because for these things to and there has to be negotiations that means people talking with each other. That's not happening right now. And I'm not saying the White House has handled this perfectly. But I am telling you that the Nancy Pelosi is refusing to negotiate. I mean, her offers that she's willing to put a dollar towards border security, and you know, so they're they're not talking right now. And that's that's an unreasonable position to be in to argue that the president's gonna get nothing, and it's interesting because for years, the right and Republicans have been lectured about how government only works if you compromise. But now that there's no compromise at all coming from the last. We don't hear those same talks on our country. What we're hearing is calls for unconditional surrender. It's just not reasonable to expect that a democratically elected president. It's just supposed to roll over on his signature priority that he was elected on without getting something. So that's where we are. Yeah. Senator Rubio, I I've made the argument that the president basically cannot cave here that all the all the talk about his approval ratings who cares where two years out from an election. It seems to be more important that he actually gets through the promise that he made to the American people. I don't know if you've talked to the White House or what what the Senate is on all of this. Because obviously if if the Senate were to move in the wrong direction here it put a lot of pressure on President Trump. Do you think that there are any fractures in sort of the Republican senatorial base here? No, I I do think that myself included are people that are don't like government shutdown. I don't think they're good leverage. It hurts a lot of people, you know, the TSA agents and border agents. They're not to blame for this. They didn't get paid last Friday. I hate that. That's happening, and I walked up to end, but the flip side of it is what the president's asking for not on on realistic. It's not unreasonable basically asking for five billion dollars to fund the top ten priorities at the border security plan of which portions of it or new new walls a lot of it is existing walls that need to be repaired. And the majority of it. There's nothing to do it the other border items that need to be done that that's what he's asking for. It's very very reasonable. And here's the truth. It's much less than what many of these same people who voted for in the past. And and frankly, it's the kinds of things that any other president not named Trump could have gotten Senator Rubio ownership topics are a little bit. There's been a lot of focus in the media in recent days on the comments of Representative Steve king from Iowa. Obviously he's been removed from his committee assignments, I was wondering if you had any thoughts about the comments that were reported by Steve king from Iowa on white supremacy, white nationalism and all the rest. Well, it goes without saying that I rejected. I also think in many ways, you could argue that they are direct those arguments that he made those statements are are in direct conflict with the very idea of America America was in and of itself, which permits very founding a rejection of identity politics. The basic core message of America is all human beings are created by God with certain rights and government's job is to protect those rights. Not to decide them grant them or deny them. That's an. Doesn't matter. And so we are in essence America is an explicit rejection of identity politics, and that's why the term white nationalism nationalism, pride and love of our country and the wanting to promote it above others is is is one thing. White nationalism is an ethnic appeal which I believe is in direct contradiction to what America is all about. And so anyone who speaks and uses that sort of language is basically arguing against the very idea of America. This was not created as a homeland for people of any of Mississippi or race. It was created as a homeland for human beings. So they can thrive given the freedoms that their creator endowed on them upon birth. Senator Rubio the reason I ask you about this is because I mean, we already know what your answer is going to be because that's been the answer of every single Republican. Who's been asked about it? I've yet to see a Republican who is not condemned Steve king's remarks and called for consequences for congressman king. The same cannot be said of the Democratic Party, which continues to embrace openly anti semitic politicians people who embrace beady as you've pointed out. You've spoken in the past about how Senate Democrats rejected Senate Bill number one in the middle of the government shutdown, which you are I believe a co-sponsor on a Bill that would have prevented the government from doing business with anti Israel boycott Israel, boycotting firms, the Democrats voted against that you said at the time that there's a growth in support for BDO among Senate, Democrats, you've got a lot of flack for it. I wonder if you could clarify what you mean by that. Yeah. Well, first of all the bills very straightforward. It's up my Bill. I filed the last year with Joe Manchin. It's bipartisan and Bill does not apply to individuals. It does not restraint it doesn't outlaw BDO. It doesn't put anyone in jail for being in favor of it. Didn't do any of that the Bill doesn't apply to people it applies to companies and all it says is that if the state of Florida or a city in Florida or anywhere in the country decides we don't want to do business with any company that is boycotting divesting from Israel that they would be allowed to do. So and that's it creates the right to boycott. The boycott her the boycott or gets to boycott. They get to do what they do. But then I get the boycott them as a government entity elected cheeky for my. Community. That's what the law does. And my argument about supporting. Yeah, we don't have any side of Democrats that are going to get behind the microphone and say, I support the BBS movement. But if you support shielding companies from facing consequences for their boycott senescence, if you support shield and company X from people boycotting them or government, boycotting them after they boycott, another government, the government of Israel. Then you're supporting the BBS movement. You're basically saying you can you can act against Israel with impunity. Because no government is allowed to stop doing business with you as a result of it. They can cut Israel. But no one can boycott them that support for BDO. And I think what you can see is that the Democrats have been much more explicit about this in the house of representatives where you have to full on members of congress, and the democratic caucus said openly, anti semitic things, I'm talking, of course, about retreated to live as well as on Omar, both congress people have said, not only that they are probe EDS, but openly things were shooting essentially suggested that you're a had dual you Senator Rubio non-jew dual loyalties to Israel because you. Sponsor your the creator of this Bill. Why do you think Democrats are allowed to get away with not only the open flirtation with but the embrace of anti-semitism in their own ranks? Yeah, I don't know the answer to why they're allowed to get away with it. Or why that language sort of goes under the radar and doesn't get the same outrage as the other type of language that we've discussed, but it doesn't surprise me that I expected in the years to come. You may see more members elected to congress that has those us because frankly, whatever's happening on a college campus across America today is eventually going to find its way into the boardroom or congress or political office. And I think if you go upon to virtually any of the large universities in this country today does not an insignificant number of faculty that are out there, basically promoting anti-israeli narratives with little consequence, obviously. And and so it's a troubling trend and one been watching I don't know why they're helping us accountable other than tell you that obviously the I think it's been I've accepted this from the beginning at the left of center gets treated very differently by. By many in the mainstream media than those on the right to it's just the fact that seen it over and over and over again, I've experienced it myself, different standard different level of interest in different level of focus when they say things that are outside the norm. Senator Rubio tweeted it in the last couple of days to shift topics. Again, you tweeted on some interesting topics with regard to the economy's he tweeted America isn't an economy. Our wellbeing isn't determined solely by the size or growth of our GDP America's nation, and our wellbeing depends on strong families and communities which in turn depend on an economy that produces dignified work. Now. I have a question are you responding there specifically to Tucker Carlson's speech that he gave on his show where he talked about? How markets were merely a tool for human happiness, and we could manipulate markets where exactly was this coming from. And in practical terms, what sorts of policies are you proposing. So on let me just say, I think there's this incredibly positive debate happening on the right about I think it's important whenever they vibrant debate going on it's positive because that means a movements not sclerotic. It's it's growing. It's an innovating, and it's challenging people and. So my view of it is that are America's they nation, and our wellbeing depends on a series of things certainly economic growth is part of it. But so too a strong families strong communities, you know, dignified, work, etc. And I think really whether the debate is happening on the right is what is the role of government in fostering that and, you know, for a long time, and I still think probably among think tanks and others intellectuals and the like and and thinkers, there's the belief that there's there's two points of view one point of view is that if we our job is to ensure the government interferes as little as possible, obviously public safety and all that is important, but beyond that the market ultimately helps people by if left alone. And then there's another argument, which says the markets, very powerful the markets, very important. But there's nothing wrong to the extent of government policies that those policies reflect our priorities. And so because I I it's my belief that really there's no there's no such thing as a society or a country that makes no choices about what conditions. It presents to the free market. That's distance from the left. The left believes that the market is inherently evil and greedy. And should be controlled and limited as much as possible. I believe the market is good and powerful..

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07:17 min | 3 years ago

"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Morning drive with John Phillips in Jillian barberie the fun way to manage your commute morning. Six to ten KABC. Welcome back is the Ben Shapiro show. So President Trump was on judge Janine reacting to the report from the New York Times at the FBI was targeting him as a possible Russian agents. The president of the United States is asked about all of this the FBI investigation all the rest. He's asked about this. He calls into judge Janine because this is our new world or the president has time on a Saturday night calls. It's Fox News. President Trump calls into judge Janine, and he is and she asks him straight up about the Russian collusion stuff. And here was his response now or have you ever worked for Russia? Mr president. I think is the most insulting thing I've ever been asked. I think it's the most insulting article I've ever had written. And if you read the article you'd see that they found absolutely nothing. But the headliner that article is called the failing New York Times for a reason they've gotten me wrong for three years. They've actually got me for many years before that. So what was funny about this? You can hear it from just denies it. Openly. From says, listen, this is ridiculous story the media people like Maggie Haberman at the New York Times. Reporter who does some good work. Okay. But she she tweeted out from does not deny and as the headlines the media ran with so judging asked him are you a Russian agent, and he goes, it's the most ridiculous question. I've ever heard it's insulting and the media run with. Well, he didn't deny it. Did he come on come on? You think that if any democrat answer that same question the same way, the headline would have been he didn't deny it? Of course, he denied it because it's stupid. It's a stupid theory, again, even if you think that Trump was in cahoots with Russia. The best available theory would have been that the guys that dupe it wouldn't have been that. The guy's a paid agent of the Russians or involved in compromise or something. And again, there's no evidence for any of this stuff at this point. Then the media's attempt to go after Trump from every angle is pretty astonishing. The Washington Post has a piece today about how Trump concealed details of his face to face encounters with Putin from senior officials in the administration. Now members of his own administration are denying this folks in secretary of state, Mike Pompeo's office that we know everything you said to Putin. We know what he said. But according to the Washington Post, President Trump has gone to extraordinarily lengths to conceal details of his conversations with Russian President, Vladimir Putin, including on at least one occasion, taking possession of the notes of his own interpreter. And instructing the linguist not to discuss what had transpired with other administration. Officials current and former US officials said Trump did. So after meeting with Putin in two thousand seventeen in Hamburg that was also attended by then secretary of State Rex Tillerson US officials learned from sanctions when a White House adviser and senior State Department official sought information from the interpreter beyond a readout shared by Tillerson, the constraints that Trump imposed are part of a broader pattern by the president of shielding his communications with Putin from public scrutiny and preventing even hiring. Officials in his own administration from fully knowing what he has told one of the United States is main adversaries as result. US officials said according to the Washington Post there is no detailed record even classified files from face to face interactions with Vladimir Putin such gap would be unusual in any presidency. Let alone the one that Russia sought to install through what US intelligence agencies have described as an unprecedented campaign of election interference. Now, I have a possible alternative explanation as to why President Trump was seizing the notes of his interpreters. Okay. Here's my theory. My theory is that everything inside this administration gets leaked. And so President Trump does not want those notes leaked. I mean that really that that's my theory. And that theory is back to a certain extent by the fact that not only does everything week. But if I if I recall correctly, there was an actual article written by an interpreter in the Trump administration who talked about how she had who talked about how she had left the administration. Right there. There's an article in July July nineteenth two thousand eighteen about the interpreter. It was called from the New York Times had who heard what Putin only one other American, marina gross. The only other American in the room during President Trump's meeting on Monday with Vladimir Putin of Russia was the interpreter for Laura Bush at the Russian resort of Sochi in two thousand eight and interpreted for former secretary of State Rex Tillerson in Moscow in two thousand seventeen she appears to live in an apartment in Arlington. Virginia is an employee of the State Department, and is unsurprisingly fluent in Russia, but little else is known about miss gross, her white pad of notes visible in photographs from the summit meeting are probably useless. Experienced government interpreter said dictated in her personal shorthand that'd be legible to anyone else. And if she were to say what exactly transpired should violate an ethics code of confidentiality, similar to lawyer client privilege or that silence of a priest during confession. So there are already reporting on who the lady was right that the media were already targeting who the translator was right? They had full articles about marina gross the translator during the Trump during the Trump meeting. And then they wonder why Trump was trying to seize the notes like the media. We're trying to take pictures of her notes. This is wild stuff. I mean, I it really is amazing. So from is apparently to blame Trump is the worst right for Trump is to blame for the fact that he didn't want his stuff leaking. It's I I just I find this. I find this to be a kind of absurd contention by folks that Trump is Trump is doing something deeply wrong again. This is all privileged material in the first place and people inside his own administration say that they've heard the conversations do you? What do you think Trump is telling Putin behind closed doors giving that he's actually selling out odyssey? Do you have any evidence of that? Now, they say they're going to subpoena the translator fine subpoena the translator. And then you're at Trump will do he can claim executive privilege because that is executive privilege and the president talking in front of a translator. She does not get to be subpoenaed by congress is amazing. Imagine anybody doing this with Obama like really, I I don't like using the can you imagine the Obama routine, but it is literally impossible to imagine the media going along with anything like this about Barack Obama. Barack Obama had backchannel negotiations with the Iranian government with uranian government, actual enemies of the United States, far more. So than the Russians. I mean, the Russians our enemies of the United States, there's geopolitical foes would be a better way of putting it Iranians are active enemies of the United States and Obama was having open conversations with them. We didn't know any of those details and everybody assumed that's what the president gets to do. Because he's the president just because you don't like the president of the United States doesn't mean you get to shrink either the executive power or that you get to pretend that normal exercise of executive power is somehow now barred it's wild. So now Democrats are claiming that they were going to probe Trump's meetings with Putin. As though it as though he was having these I don't know what kind of spy novels reading, honestly, pretty amazing. Okay. Meanwhile, meanwhile, the continuing the continuing government shutdown has not ended. It moves forward. Talk about that in just one second. But first, let's talk about your online security and privacy. I'm a public figure, and that means I'm constantly worried about being hacked or spied on emails compromised, my credit card number or on my banking, passwords stolen, but that happens.

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

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"Freeway, both directions. Also closed weather related between Parker and Lavelle and eastbound ninety one green river clearing, a crash two middle lanes blocked backup here to imperial highway next report at three twenty four. I'm Rhonda Kramer, AM seven ninety KABC KABC socal weather high surf advisory through nine highs tomorrow tonight around sixty rain tonight. Lows around fifty degrees fifty four and LAX fifty five and fifty five in downtown LA. Stay with seven ninety KABC for live coverage of the LA teachers strike, I'm Liz, Warner KABC news KABC news. Sponsored by Lowe's. This call Jillian barberie, and I wanna talk about the home consignment center. Apply. I love I love treasure hunting. And it's kind of like a treasure hunt for these incredible pieces some of them one of a kind. But with a great staff that's able to help you. It's not like you're going to be going in there and getting lost for an hour. The home consignment center is probably one of my favorite places because I the one in Calabasas, but they've got five convenient locations or we call them showrooms with thousands and thousands of square feet of brand new barely used furniture. Some of it's just used in commercials or staging to sell a home, and it's never even been sat on. So you could get very high and pieces for low and prices. That's what I like to say. It's inexpensive. And by the way, if you're a jewelry lover fi or not their jewelry counter is unprecedented. It's incredible. It's the home consignment. You can check out one of their five locations from Laguna to gal all the way into Calabasas or check them out online at the home consignment, center dot com. Aussie has been making message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload..

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"KABC dependable traffic right now in Orange County. City of more engine fact five southbound right at the city drive an accident clearing out of the left hand lane. You do have often on slowing on the five heading southbound the Santa Ana freeway portion from the east LA interchange down to the orange crush five. Northbound slow going from the ninety one up to the six zero five to ten eastbound demons avenue, it's a big rig that broke down you'll find that big old truck partially blocking the right hand lane. Stop and go traffic from the one thousand four down to haven next report's at four forty five. I'm Mike morons AM seven ninety KABC. Seven ninety KABC market check. The Dow closed down five points, the SNP closed down almost appointment. Nasdaq closed down fourteen points. KABC socal weather surf advisory until Sunday. Partly cloudy today. Highs in the mid to upper sixties tonight, chance of showers, definitely thunderstorms after midnight, sixty four in Hawthorne, sixty two and four Durant. Sixty in Costa, Mesa sixty four in downtown LA your seven ninety KABC now in ninety five FM HD two coming to Lowe's and give your floors new look for less smart Corvino starting at two seventy nine per square foot. It's easy to install and one hundred percents. Waterproof all projects have a starting point start with Lowe's while supplies last US, only KABC news is sponsored by loan. You love them on your drive home. Now, you'll love them on your morning. The morning drive with John Phillips and Jillian barberie the fun way to manage your commute.

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Starbucks, Lakers And National Park discussed on The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

"Laws more than thirty seven hundred Starbucks workers have signed a petition saying they run the risk of contracting disease. If they're poked by one of the many needles that are presently infesting. Starbucks restrooms in response the coffee chain says it's considering installing locked disposal boxes as well as using stronger trash bags Joshua tree. National park will avoid that. Temporary closure set for today. And we'll reopen areas of the park that were closed because the partial government shutdown, according to the Los Angeles Times just hours after Jeff Bezos announced his divorce from wife of twenty five years MacKenzie. Sources told people magazine he was dating former news anchor Lawrence Sanchez. The forty nine year old reporter is also divorcing her husband of thirteen years. Patrick white cell. One of Hollywood's most powerful agents AM seven ninety KABC news sports. The Rams will host that playoff game on Saturday. As the Dallas Cowboys come to town, the divisional playoff matchup will decide who advances to the NFC championship game Lakers cruise past the pistons yesterday Kyle Kuzma scored a career high forty one points. The Lakers have won their past two games following a three game slide, they'll visit the

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06:14 min | 3 years ago

"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The morning drive through John Phillips and Jillian barberie the fun way to manage your morning. Six to ten KABC. Fans ridden. Dr drew midday live, eight hundred two two two five two two two two minute. We're going to give it a little conversation about Louis, C K and various comedy store owners opinion about whether or not he should attempt. A come back James go ahead. Hey, so I'm I'm calling about government workers. Not getting there, doesn't it might it. My observations is not a lot of competence or there's a lot of incompetence. There's a lot. There's not a lot of accountability when you work for the government. And I kind liked the idea of them worrying about whether they're gonna pay going to get a paycheck or not like, I'm pretty much, you know, I'm secure in my job. But I'm still worried about whether or not I get paid every week. And and I work in private industry. Broad-brush? You get what I'm saying? Right. I don't know what it's like to be a federal employee. Whether there's other sorts of insecurity is you have to deal with. I don't know. But your your point is I think I think the the kindest way we can paint your picture is that market forces. Keep you on your toes and government employees. Don't have the same market forces to be aware of. Perfectly said. All right. Thank thanks. Sorry. I interrupted you. Go ahead. You think? No, I think I think the idea of people that work for the government a little bit concerned about whether they're going to get paid or not. And maybe think about not working for the government is a good idea. It might reduce some of the blood. All right fair enough. I don't I don't know. That's again, your love to see some evidence of what how that all works. Eight hundred two two two five two two two is our phone number. So we're looking at article about some interviews with a couple of local comedy store owners and are markedly different opinions about whether Louis C K should come back. One was saying in Pasadena the ice house where I live saying, I'm for free speech. I certainly wouldn't ambush an audience with somebody like him. But I'm I'm think people should be entitled to say what they have to say. And if he did have them there, they he would definitely put him on the marquee. So they weren't surprised to the audience wasn't surprised. They would say, hey, he's going to be here tonight. They wouldn't slip it in the other comedies store. Order was much different. How did he say that he can? My salad you'd like peeling potatoes. I'm not sorry. He's not sorry. Sorry. Yeah. Sorry for himself. He didn't learn anything, and he goes on and on and on about thank you don't need to do stand up. He's a millionaire. To sit it out twice as many years as he lied about it. How many years did he lie about? You know, all the details. The store sometimes I don't either have to sit out twice as long as the women whose careers you directly impacted any comic who disagrees can goes on his. Is. Yeah. So should be. How do you? How do you feel about Louis CK coming back? You said a couple of days ago, and we sort of briefly talked about it. And I think it should be like you say market forces. Right. I think people can decide a look I mean, he's more than. He can go to these places and and the ice house in Pasadena they can put him on stage. And if people wanna go see him, they're more than free to go. See him, right? If you wanna go see his comedy, and you can separate. So he didn't offend you in any way or you want forgive him or or if you don't don't go pay to see him. I'm trying to make a take a position that would be opposed that again, eight hundred two two two five to to to help us clarify or are you supporting not only a sexist and potentially. But it which we call him predatory these are accused of credit card type behavior, but he also supporting those that would support him by allowing him to speak. You see what I'm saying? Are you are you supporting a general problem that needs to be or are you allowing those people to present themselves and have their day of conversation about this is very a touchy topic right here. Eight hundred two two two. Five to to to think about it. Should he be allowed to come back? I personally the only concern is that he was the person that asked the question. The question had the thoughts even ask the questions that I I my brain won't even go there. Right. He would go there. And it made me think John comfortable. Maybe that's what comedians. Do you made me very comfortable? We granted in that privilege to do that stuff that was awful. And now we've rescinded that. We've said, oh, you're not who we thought you were. But he was still the same guy. We he didn't change. And is there anything you can do to recoup that position eight hundred two two five two two two. Can you regain that privilege of being granted the capacity to say off things to us to get us to think? Well, you know, it's interesting. Can I read the tweet from Kathy Griffin? You read that and we're gonna get a break. Okay. Kathy Griffin tweeted, a you know, how many talented women and people of color comics or person of color comics are knocking on doors trying to get some time in front of audiences are powerful people in this business and Louis just gets to glide on back in on his own terms. Gosh, does it pay off to be in the boys club the white boys club eight hundred? Two two two five two two two. That's the entry doctor during this midday live. So I'm a dog, and I just got adopted by this new human guy, and I'm starting to wonder how he got along without me. I mean, okay, something as simple as walking around the block. 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10:18 min | 3 years ago

"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Morning drive with John Phillips in Jillian barberie the fun way to manage morning. Six to ten j ABC. All righty. So this meeting between President Trump and Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer apparently didn't go all that great early. The president walked out of the meeting after Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer said that they would not discuss funding the border wall if the government were to reopen, and it makes sense that President Trump walked out. President Trump does have the moral high ground here. The Democrats still do not have an answer as to why they are so opposed to border wall that they were in favor of five minutes ago, Chuck Schumer back in two thousand nine of course, claimed that he was in favor of a border wall. He talked about specifically about border fencing. This is a flashback to Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer back when he at least partially had some control of his frontal prefrontal cortex because of our efforts in congress our border is far more secure today than it was when we began debating comprehensive reform in two thousand five between two thousand five in two thousand nine vast amount of progress has been made on our borders. Ports of entry. The progress includes nine thousand new border patrol field. Eight field agents in the last four years construction of a six hundred thirty mile border fence for six hundred thirty miles of border fence that create a significant barrier to illegal immigration on our southern land border. You remember that time Chuck Schumer supported a while? Yeah. Yeah. That was the thing that happened. Listen, President Trump got it. Exactly right in his speech last night, this clip nine when he talked specifically about a barrier being not immoral. Here's what the president had to say in his speech last night. Democrats still do not have a good response for this. This clip nine. Some have suggested a barrier is immoral. Then why do wealthy politicians build walls fences, a gates around their homes? They don't build walls because they hate the people on the outside. But because they love the people on the inside the only thing that is immoral is the politicians to do nothing and continue to allow more innocent people to be so horribly victimize as I suggested yesterday, the media and Democrats are misdirecting away from this argument as fast as they possibly can they're happy to talk about the government shutdown, and they're happy to talk about the president not telling the truth or supposedly not telling the truth. These are the things they want to talk about which is why get CNN's Jim Acosta saying dumb things like this yesterday, right after the president's speech. He said that President Trump's speech should have come with a surgeon general's warning and watches or listen as Chris Cuomo. You can you can hear his eyeballs roll back in his head at Jim Acosta because Jim Acosta is just the worst even when Chris Cuomo. Thanks her too much. You're probably too much. I mean, Chris Cuomo is a block of wood as a human day. He's the dumber Cuomo brother, which is an incredible statement. He's in a running gun battle with Andrew. And I it's always a question as to who is dumber. But when even you are too much for Chris Cuomo. There's not much left to say, here's Jim Acosta trying to turn away from the border wall issue entirely, and instead suggests that the president's liar. This is where he wants to go. I think that that address probably should have come with a surgeon general's warning. It was hazardous to the truth. There were there were a number of claims that the president made in that speech that just are not going to stand up to the fact that dude is legitimately the worst journalist in the history of man. I mean, he is just awful in every possible way, and you can see the opinion columns that are being put out by folks on the left. The last thing they want to talk about is the merits of Trump's actual proposal. So Frank Bruni over at the New York Times, he has a piece today called the wall is a symbol of Donald Trump's neediness. Now, I remember all the editorials in the New York Times about how ObamaCare was a symbol of president. Obama's deep need for fatherly love. I recall the New York Times printing, all sorts of psychological examinations of President Obama. It's funny. How whatever Republican president we all sorts of editorials about how the Republican has daddy issues or mommy issues, you remember the media tried to save the same about Bush to and the invasion of rock. He said, well, he did that because Saddam Hussein tried to assassinate George Hw Bush. So w was going back in for personal revenge. And now they say that Trump wants the wall because he has petty personal issues. It ever applied that same logic to Democrats, many of many of whom are actually pushing policy out of petty personal politics, but they do over the New York Times hit about President Trump's. So here's what it says. It's funny that we're still talking about physical features of what president wants or we'll settle for in our country southern border about whether or concrete or steel solid or slatted a fancy defense or Nancy Pelosi's hilariously acerbic dig a beaded curtain. This guy has a weird sense of humor. It's not really a wall that Trump is after if they needed ever was it's victory victory sake. It's a show of his might. It's a proof of his potency. First of all, even if that part is true that the president wants to prove that he can get things done. How is this not true of every other presidents, of course, that's sort of every other president they're constantly trying to they're getting things done. The longer has stalemate with Democrats in congress Francis. Frank Bruni, the clearer it becomes seldom has a president's ego. Been this tender and seldom has it required. So much shoring up. Well, Democrats don't remember that Obama's he needed a lot of. Shoring up because they were too busy back oiling him in President Obama received a nice massage every evening from the members of the mainstream press. And then as soon as Trump became president. They got up there sharp knives. Again, network executives had little choice but to grant access to the airwaves. It never made such a request before. So it's not like this particular grandstanding is habitual and had the networks refused him. They have handed him a casual in the culture wars that we that. He would have used the same way that he governs shamelessly, pitting his ludicrous claims of martyrdom about any national interest better for the networks. Go along even this deep into a presidency of such incompetence and immorality says Frank Bruni. He deserves a hearing. That's how the rest of us demonstrate the very respect for traditions and norms refuse to show, but he doesn't deserve unfiltered one. That is the road to autocracy Trump isn't selling something the country really needs. And that's why he and his allies have to lard the pitch with lies insist would be terrorists porous southern borders. A welcome at but that's not true. He talks about the opioid crisis. And he thinks the border wall will stop it. But that's not true. Either. And then he basically just talks about why Trump's demeaning and not not why wall is a terrible idea. But why the Trump, but why Trump is just a very very bad, man. If that's the best argument, the Democrats have Trump should continue pushing because they really don't have anything. Here. Here's one of the rules of politics. Honestly, what are the rules of? Now. I'm not a crisis mentality guy when it comes to politics. I don't actually like declaring things crises almost they are actual crises because it's simply too easy to demagogue the issue. I don't like it. When Democrats had climate change is a crisis. I'm not a big fan. When Republicans say that illegal immigration is a crisis. I think nine eleven was a crisis. I think that the US has called was a crisis. I think the great depression was a crisis. I think the collapse of the economy in two thousand eight was a crisis. I don't think that a slow rolling serious problem that is a cancer eating away at the United States is a particular crisis. I think instead it is a long standing intractable problem that requires serious solution making. But when Democrats suggests that climate change is a crisis, but the border is not a crisis that actually does lend a baton to President Trump to two-wheeled against them. So when President Trump gets his speech last night, he talks about the victims of illegal, immigration and Democrats just slept that off as though it doesn't matter. When you have Rachel Maddow, ripping scare stories. Don't worry everything is just fine at the southern border. That does give President Trump some running room. Here's Rachel Maddow last night on MSNBC suggesting that everything is hunky Dory at the border. No matter what you think is this is where Democrats inability to make a moderate argument really hurts them the arguments. A crash will be making is you're right. Illegal immigration is a serious problem. But that serious problem requires considered solutions, and that's why we're gonna go shooting with the president and the government shutdown and come up with something serious. Instead, here's how the argument goes President Trump says illegal immigration is immediate crisis. Maybe a national emergency. And a lot of members who was basically. Yeah. And then Democrats go, no, it's not a crisis at all. Everything's fine on the southern border and then people in the middle go. Well, that's not true. We know there's a problem at the southern border. But Democrats cannot help themselves folks on the left cannot help themselves. They're suggestion is there's no problem whatsoever. Rachel Maddow, saying that Trump is just telling ghost stories about bad things happening at the border. Nobody's being hurt at the border. Mainly though, the president's speech was a litany of scare stories about immigrants being terrible criminals who are coming into the United States to rape and murder Americans essentially in the president's telling for pleasure because it's because it's in their nature. That is not what the president said he said, we don't know who's coming across the border. He's saying that some illegal immigrants commit crimes that of course is true, but exaggeration is necessary. So that the Democrats can similarly exaggerate on the other side pretty incredible stuff. Meanwhile, speaking of media bias, there's a story I talked about yesterday on the program. And it was a big story being blown up by the media. That was the story about Paul Manafort, we read you the story yesterday is supposedly the Paul Manafort funneled political data with a business associate tied to Russian intelligence for use in funneling. It to oligarchs that were associated with Russia was that Mr. Manafort and his Russian associated constants in Kalinic who is tied to Russian intelligence. Discussed the plan for peace in the Ukraine. And then he sent polling data to Kalinic to share it with the Russian government. There's only one problem with the story. There's a correction appended by the New York Times the story itself, and it does not cut the way the New York Times wishes it to cut I will explain in just one moment. First. Let's talk about how you are staying awake for all of us. I mean, it's riveting TV right in the fact is that we now live in an entertainment, culture and politics is the new entertainment, but you have to be awake like twenty four hours to catch it on. Well, how are you going to stay how you can get through the workday. I mean, obviously, you need coffee, and that's why you should be using black rifle coffee. Maybe Democrats would be better. But if they started using black rifle coffee black rifle coffee is roasted order guarantees you fresh delicious coffee with every single order black rifle coffee.

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06:35 min | 3 years ago

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"John Phillips in Jillian barberie the fun way to manage your commute morning. Six to ten KABC. Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. So Democrats are going to be on defensive after President Trump's speech tonight. Their strategy is going to beat you bring up a Bill from two thousand thirteen and claim that Trump should just signed that thing. Now that Bill was so bad. Marco Rubio, Senator Rubio who was one of the original sponsors of that Bill backed away from it in two thousand sixteen when he was running for president and a little bit before saying, it was a mistake to have sign-ons that Bill Democrats, however are trying to revive that Bill wykes got sixty eight votes in the Senate, and it was stopped by Republican House. Fourteen Republicans voted in favor of that twenty thirteen comprehensive immigration reform Bill Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia, he was out there saying that this is what Republicans should do. They should bring back up that Bill because that Bill at least had some money for border security, all it'll take amnesty for eleven million illegal immigrants. We're going to have to secure the border. We've always said that you go clear back to the twenty thirteen immigration reform Bill that we did in the Senate, and we passed it with a majority of Democrats and Republicans think it was sixty eight votes who's a tremendous. Piece of legislation if the president would say this Chris we're going to bring that 2013 immigration reform Bill backup within the thirty day drop within thirty days. It has to be voted on cannot be filibustered cannot be blocked out. We're going to have to take a vote on the floor. If he would do that. He would get what he needs. Okay. Jeff Merkley making the same point democrat from Oregon. He also wants the twenty thirteen Bill. This is going to be the new democratic talking point. It's going to be well, if Trump really wants border security, let's just do a comprehensive solution now Democrats constantly wanna talk comprehensive solution because they don't like the idea of bifurcating the issue. The issue should be bifurcated. What we do with the people here has nothing to do with securing the border nothing. Okay. Why we are tying citizenship for the people who are already here to securing the boards. Prevent new people from coming in is beyond me. And the fact that everyone keeps trying to tie them together is demonstrative of why the government fails the government likes passing thousand page bills that are packed with crap. And then suggesting they've solved the problem when indeed they've solved. Nothing. They tried this back in the nineteen eighties. They declared amnesty they said, it would be the last amnesty. Obviously it was not. But here is Jeff Merkley claiming that the Republicans should bring back up that terrible 2013 Bill two thousand thirteen we had a comprehensive immigration Bill. A number of folks have tried to say to the administration, we have a broken immigration system. Let's fix it. That's how bipartisan Bill like the one that passed the the Senate and would have passed the House Republicans who blocked it. But as times vote, we we are happy to provide money for border security that isn't the issue. So this is going to be there talking point is let's go back to that twenty thirteen Bill. You know, when when Democrats ran the government, let's go back to let's go back to that Bill when it was not Mitch McConnell in charge. Well, let's do that by the way, Mitch McConnell opposed that Bill, right? Mitch McConnell, and the Republican leadership opposed at twenty thirteen border bell why because that border Bill is filled with with amnesty for eleven point five million illegal immigrants as of January twenty eleven it's actually a low number. It would have created a registered provisional immigrant status that would grant travel and work authorisation similar to temporary resident status of nineteen eighty six. It would have streamlined the naturalization process for unlawful immigrants. It would have said that anyone whose presence in the US honor before December thirty first twenty eleven would qualify for amnesty, which would create a massive opportunity for fraud and how about that border security. Right. You hear the Democrats you're saying if we go back to that twenty thirteen Bill there was border security in it except for not except for not okay? What this Bill did was it suggested that the department of homeland security would have to convince the implementation of the southern border security strategy and fencing strategy before the secretary could begin processing applications for amnesty. Okay. Do you think under a democrat lasts for five minutes? Other would happen is that the Democrats would just declare that the border is secure. Look, we have a new strategy. Our strategy is the border security. Go ahead and process, all the amnesty. This is why the only thing that matters when it comes to President Trump's overall immigration policy is the stuff. That cannot be undone. The president can do a better job of deporting folks, that's fine. The president can change the status with regard to e-verify, for example, you can push harder in certain areas of immigration enforcement, but Democrats can undo all that stuff. Democrats will not undo they're not going to go to the desert and start digging up steel slats that have already been placed down. It's one of the reasons why when the Trump administration declared that it was moving the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. You know, there are folks like me saying to the Trump administration get that sucker built now before the Democrats simply recant the opposite recant the statement. And the same thing is true of the wall wall cannot be undone. Once it is done, which is one of the reasons Democrats are fighting it so hard, and why they're pushing for the two thousand thirteen Bill which would not have included a wall either. It really is amazing. So what what does the other angled? The Democrats are taking so angle number one is they should they should take border security without a while. We don't wanna wall. Hey, that's going to be a hard that. Honestly, it's gonna be an uphill climb for Democrats because most Americans understand on a gut level that walls. Do exactly what walls have always been designed to do by the way, it is. It is pretty incredible to watch. As members of the comedic, the so-called comedic community. Try to weigh in on all of this demonstrates that. No, one can actually defend the Democrats program on this. No, one can actually find the Democrats program that aboard wall or border security doesn't matter. No one south Meyers tried to do it. Right. Said Meyers last night. He again, he spends all of his time going after the supposed- fact listeners of the Trump administration rather than talking about the fact that a wall would actually be a useful thing. Thoroughly incoherent incapable of telling the truth. He shouldn't get to address the nation just to repeat his lies. If he calls up the networks asking for airtime, they should pick up the phone and say, President Trump. We don't know who that is. Okay. First of all, I don't know what happened to comedy. That's not even close to comedy from Seth Meyers. But this is what the Democrats are afraid of having to defend their positions. It is that simple. So force them to defend their positions. Instead, the Democrats are swivelling so they swivelled to the twenty thirteen immigration Bill. And now they're swiveling to the argument that President Trump is an unprecedented threat to national security. I'll explain why they're saying that now also explain how President Trump should respond to that. In just a second plus Bill de Blasio now claiming that he wants nationalized healthcare in New York City, but he doesn't know what he's talking about as per our, usual range. We'll get to all of that in just one second. I so I know this year, you are worried about your healthcare coverage..

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07:38 min | 3 years ago

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"Talk radio seven ninety KABC John Phillips here until six o'clock in the evening. And this is going to be the last time I ever say that. Well, I don't know if I'll go that far. But it may be the last time I say that on this station, certainly very soon because come Monday, the drive home is going to become the morning drive, and we're moving from three to six in the afternoon to six to ten in the mornings, it's going to be Jillian barberie and myself taking you all the way into work. So instead of cursing out all the cars that are around you and causing the traffic jams. You can just be spending your time cursing us out joining us right now is the one and only Jillian barberie. How are you? John phillips. Oh my gosh. She just put it so succinctly. That's right, really excited. I I hope you're excited. My kids lost their mind. They're so happy. Because now I'm home for for them when they come home from school. I'm happy because I was listening to run traffic report. And I realized oh my God. No, more six PM 4:05 nonsense. It's going to be the greatest thing ever. We don't have to drive home on the shoulder anymore. I am good. But more importantly, how were you? Because we were we were check again, I think it was last week. And you told us that your situation had changed a little bit. They wanted you to take more tests to find out more information. What's the latest? The latest is standby standby. I get all my tests, and I'm still waiting to find out which you know, if you've got cancer and you're waiting on any test to come back. It seems like it seems like a hundred years, but who's telling your test? American Airlines, so many glaze. I went for my bone scan. And and for everyone out there. It's so simple. They inject some guy or whatever it, isn't you? I gotta walk around for three hours. So I went through lunch with my daughter, and my friend, and then I came back and sell asleep and a machine was very calming. And there were stars up about it was cedar Sinai. So it was just incredible. I don't know. I'm waiting on. The results are hoping that it hasn't spread. And I you know, I I feel like in my heart. It has not if it has I'll deal with it then, but I'm doing really really good. I'm staying very positive. Everyone tells me that that probably eighty percent of it just being really positive, and and knowing that I'm gonna kick it. And and that's what I'm gonna do. I'm just gonna keeping positive and start my chemo. I go for my port. Actually, we start our show on Monday. And thanks to everyone at KB. He for letting me he'll because my body is completely healed. Now like, I call myself. Franken boobs. You know, I've got I've never had breast implants. So it's like, whoa. These are interesting. You know, it's like this foreign part of your body. But boy, they're really perky, and I'm getting used to them, and I kind of like him, and and I really am healing beautifully and so much so that they wanted me one hundred percent for to accept the chemo in your body. And I I'm a hundred percent like I'm ready to go. So I get my port after our show on Monday. I have to leave fifteen minutes early. I have to be there at cedars by ten fifteen and I get the port put in my arm, and that's just so you can accept the the chemo each time as opposed to them trying to find a vein. I was like, no, thank you. And a lot of women. You know, there's so many of our listeners that are driving right now that have gone through this that are going through it are due for a mammogram. Please got it because it saved my life. But more importantly, I have a great on college. And she said look your chest is. Already been through a war zone said we're gonna put it in your arm. And and then I have a cardiogram an MRI next week. And then my chemo starts next Friday, which sadly is walk owes ninth birthday, which sucks, but you know, what I'll be around for his time. I say so you know, I'm trying to be really positive. I'm trying to keep you know, a good things afloat and one of the things I do is. I go on Twitter, and I asked cancer survivors. Like, hey, what is chemo like am? I going to throw up. No, you'd probably be just really tired. So I'm doing it on Friday. So that I can sleep the whole weekend and be fresh for Monday again. And you know, I'm just I it's all new to me. I'm just gonna kinda go with the flow. I really choice. My hair will be coming out in. Oh, God two weeks. And they said best to shave it. So you don't feel it coming out. I probably already told you all this. I'm sorry. If I'm repeating myself. I'm like does can do it. Right. Lorenzo was but Rocco wants to do it. So I'm like, why don't we just get some scissors and just hack the heck out of my hair. And then we'll buys it off. And I have I went to the whig fairy right on Las CNN. They do a lot of people. And you know, I just going to go from there. What what what else can you do you? You gotta fight the fight. And and it's just tear it grows back. I'm gonna have my health. And that's the most important thing to me. I just wanted to make it fun and not scary for the family. I didn't wanna walk and walk. Oh, my long hair. I didn't want to walk in and I'm bald and like have him scream. You know, what I mean like the guy has no filter whatsoever. Be like, oh my God. You're ugly moment, you know. He he understands that. It's you know, he's going to be part of it. And we're gonna make it a fun deal. That's what we're gonna do. How are you doing good? And by the way, I just want to say that I'm glad you're going for the port instead of finding a vein because if we were on the FM side of the building it would be much easier to find a vein. The AM side. It's a little more difficult. Now, I've been waiting days weeks even to get your take on what was going on with that Chris borough situation. Have you been following that at all? Yes. Yes. I have. I don't you know, I met him once when I was working at KTLA was there for a hot second. And oh my gosh. She couldn't have been nicer. I don't know anything other than that. He's got away from a nine year old daughter at home. I are they getting more details. Have they set me? I mean, I it's just that to be in the middle of the day in a in a motel with drugs. I I I don't know. It just seems sad to me. Each way, you cut it crazy story. Yeah. So what do they know? They know he was with someone and that person called nine one one at essentially did from what I understand the sheriff's department said that whoever this person is his friend. They did the best that they could do CPR wise. But they don't know who this person is friends, according to FTA live the person was known to police in Glendale, but they didn't identify who it was known to police. That's all they that's how they described them. So do you think that possibly had a hidden drug like a dependency on something like do? They know what kind of a drug. It was it was a it hasn't been in the papers yet. So I don't know if it's been confirmed or but. Yeah. Drug overdose. And f- TV live said that he'd told KTLA or told his family rather that he was attending a meeting about the rose parade. And so the wife thought that he was working when.

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11:33 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm going for some EBC the drive with Jillian barberie and John Phillips. And we continue at four zero five in the Morongo casino resort and spa studios. John Phillips here until six o'clock in the evening Gillian is gonna join us after the news at four thirty. As I mentioned before we are packing up the U-Haul and moving down the timeslots down the down the schedule all the way to six to ten o'clock in the morning. So we'll be doing morning drive starting on Monday. And we hope that you join us and invite us into your car when you're driving to work or maybe in your house when you're in the shower or waking up or a lot of people have the the alarm clocks radio goes off. So that's always a good one. So we're moving there on Monday, Jillian is going to be here later this hour and give us an update on her health situation. She of course, a yesterday was waiting for the test results her in college just had suggested that she take a test to make sure that she doesn't have. The cancer hadn't spread to her bones. And so she's supposed to get that result sometime today. So maybe she'll give us an update on that. And we'll talk about the show that's gonna start on Monday morning at six AM. But right now, it is a pleasure to welcome to the program writer and stand up comic who you can follow on Twitter at Stephen cruiser, Stephen cruiser cruiser. How are you? Fine. Thank you happy new year. And I'm really looking forward for the first time you need me on at nine AM. I didn't stay up that late anymore cruiser. God, I live a weird life. Now, I've been staying up to like seven in the morning, and I still get up four hours later workout. So. Right. Right. I do some writing at night. Yes. I'm I'm pretty good morning writer for a nighttime guy. But my natural sleep schedule is up all money. That would kill me. No way. All right. So in the new year. You came up through the ranks in the comedy clubs in what the eighties nineties. Boom. And the comedy clubs back then had completely different rules than they do. Now. Do they not? That was a little more free for all because it was all brand new. I mean there had been comedy clubs before. But it was still, you know, a lot of them were in like old discos hotel rooms, it wasn't kind of like it is now so everybody was just kind of feeling their way along, and it was a little more wide open. And you felt free to go ahead and push the limits you could do jokes about gender about sex about race pretty much anything you wanted to do. Right. Yeah. We were it was there weren't any real restrictions on I've tried. I remember one of the first things I did when I first started doing stand up with an anti censorship benefit. And we were all just letting it loose. Then. I mean, the worst like you get those music deejays those guys who weren't allowed to cuss on the air. And you get them hosting a show. And then it was every foul thing every every other word that they could say for a night just because they felt freedom. They they got the pass. Yeah. What advice would you give a standup comic who was starting out today? You know, you got to pass to go. You can either be true to yourself or you can try to become famous by a bunch of rules that other people are going to impose on you. And the stuff that's been going on lately the little bit ridiculous. I mean, it's as I said before and I've written in the past stand up is one of the last places where they weren't trying to shut down free speech. And if they shut it down there, it's a slippery slope to everywhere that they can shut it shut it down. Because you know, if you're starting to take everything a comic says too seriously, you've got real problems in your own life that you need to self examine the comedians. Yes, we can speak for on social issues and everything, but it's still it's just comedy. You know, you're not supposed to sit there and go, well, you know, I'm not enforcing laws upon you. I'm not a politician. I'm not a member of the media trying to influence opinion. I'm a guy on stage talking about something that's bothering me. Well, one of the comics he's been very critical of this politically correct cultures. Jerry seinfeld. And I don't know if you saw this. But there is a piece that was written essentially saying that Seinfeld would is too politically incorrect to be made now, and there's a lot of quote, unquote, problematic material on the show one of the things that this writer said was problematic and the writer's name Anjelica Florio. She said that the soup Nazi episode could not be used today. Be you're not supposed to use the Nazi label to to to give to someone who's a character on a show. They also say that Jerry seinfeld's character is problematic in any number of ways, including the episode where they had the cigar store Indian in which Jerry is trying to date a woman, and he finds out that she's native American and he can't stop using terms referred her heritage like Indian giver, and the article said that that is a no, no. Again. It'd be nice if younger people understood context, first of all, which they obviously don't it would be nice if they were discerning enough it the wrapping my head around retroactively looking for things to offend. You is is difficult for me. I mean never wants is it occurred to me to start going through pop culture stuff from twenty years ago to see if anything pissed me off, you know, that just seems like it's sad sad existence. It's so stupid because you can't nothing will hold up to this. Not. I love Lucy. Not the honeymooners, not Seinfeld. Probably not even cheers in a bunch of those very successful shows. Well, no Sam Lazaro on cheer Ricky spanks Lucy in one episode. There's all kinds of you're right. It's all maybe the Dick Van Dyke show. No, they do a lot of ethnic jokes on that. Will the honeymooners was all about domestic violence. That was every punch line. To the moon. Yeah. So it's really it's. But it's just it's going to me that their that anybody does that anybody. What do I need to write about today? I can be mad at something that happened for born. And I just, you know, stand up not gonna survive in that environment. But luckily, I don't think everybody's like that out there. So no. Case set. I finally got to run the listening to that. Because I only read about it before, you know, about the parkland reading about stand up. Yeah. And reading about standup, I kind of like having your mother describes sex to you. It's just awful. But I listened to it. Have you heard it yet? I haven't heard the audio. I've just read about it. The audience is loving it. The audience is and as I said my entire career. My only obligation when I'm on stage is to the crowd in front of me. So afterwards he gets excoriated by a bunch of other by a bunch of left-wing comics who don't like him. 'cause now he's saying the wrong things, and he's being offensive and everything and they make it seem in printing. What happened I listened to the thing? He's killing. Well, let's listen to be doing that night. Let's listen to the view because they attacked and pretty viciously and on that set or at least two comedians, joy, Behar and Whoopi Goldberg. Here's what they had to say on the view about Louis C K. The thing was I think about Louis CK can is a therapist badly. Yeah. The guy did something stupid heinous in many people's eyes. Even though we say he got permission from these girls that he whatever he asked for that is, but he's out there. Kicking. What do you call that punching down? We call on the comedy world. There's so many targets to punch up till this Trump. There's everything going on in the world. There's brexit. If you want to go there, there's a million things to go after why would you pick kids who are suffering because of gun violence took the NRA fixing an RA don't go after the victim. Although maybe he sees himself as a victim. So he identifies with the victimhood, but it's to see a comedian pity himself. Not learned from his mistakes. Somebody is brilliant as Louis C K is should know better. He needs to find out. What's funny about what he did and turn himself in and stop punching down that is my advice. So here's what so stupid about that cruiser in her world. You can only attack people that she doesn't like, but comics punch down all the time. Sometimes they go after a mundane things like cereal like Jerry Seinfeld buzz in his act, sometimes it's. Events that are playing out in the news. Sometimes it's their family members. Those your parts of of of comedians routines and have been for years. Yeah. He does some great stuff in this thing about his kids. That's pretty harsh. But it's Larry the audience is cracking up. And they can I point out. Joy Behar hasn't been on a stage in forty years. So there's. She's a talk show host. She's so far removed from stand-up. But it's just all this boils down to is that cure the things you can talk about. And you if you can't be generic like the rest of us did just Trump jokes. All the time. You're bad, man. Bad Batman, you're another calling him a right winger and everything because he, you know, he dared talk about what he was talking about with the parkland kids was like why should I listen to a high school kid? Why are they testifying before congress? What what makes them do that that experience doesn't make them smarter? There's still kids. Well, and if all they're going to do is funny way. If all comics are going to do is Trump jokes or go after the NRA, it's gonna get boring. I mean, even if you like that, even if the that particular brand of comedy also represents your politics if every comic goes up there and does the same set over and over and over again, no one's going to show up to comedy clubs. You gotta mix it up. Yeah. You know, ninety percent of my comedic colleagues Facebook feed through that right now, it's just trumping NRA stop, and they're not jokes anymore. It's just bitching. They see they see you. The thing is when you start doing the the the leftist approved politically, correct stuff. You don't have to write a joke anymore. You just have to. I mean, they all they all got on stage and said Sarah Palin is dumb for eight years. The material when they stopped writing jokes and Louis he's taken some really uncomfortable stuff. You're turned into joke and the audience is laughing, and that's the old. He's not out there to make Georgia appetite happy jut appetite didn't buy a ticket to that show that night. What do you think is going to happen? The Louis C K in the long term because he is playing various comedy clubs, and it looks like he's selling tickets, and it looks like his fans are standing by him. But he still operates in a world where you need comedy club owners to let you performed there, you need channels like HBO or or pay services like Netflix to let you put comedy specials up you need shows to book you.

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"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC

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02:25 min | 3 years ago

"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Give you a head. They did a movie about the guy in charge of the show. Not that long. Okay. That one. She did. The tell the truth. No. He claimed to be a double agent or a secret agent. I I don't I can't think of it the gong show. That was Chuck barris. Wait a minute. He he was a secret agent. Wasn't he? Well, he said he was one who knows if he was. Secret agents. Don't tell you that the first time, they meet you. And then become game show hosts with bad froze a bad from that. I that would be fun. Yeah. The nineteen seventies. Gameshow which favored wacky and often. Delightfully terrible amateur performers is returning to television. And they're looking for contestants an open casting calls being held the Glendale Galleria on Saturday from ten in the morning of nine PM. So I wonder if that will fly in today's like my kids get on and look at YouTube clips of people that do crazy things. I can't imagine an old school gong show. Like the guy comes up with a guy who had the paper bag over his head and all that. Comic. I would hope that especially with the advancement of shows like a GT in American idol where they're they're kind of talent. I don't know how do you think the gong show would do? Well, the answers really wouldn't allow them to do a lot of the stuff that they wanted to do back in the day was one woman that went on. I don't know if you heard this story from gone for the buffs and her talent was very suggestively eating a popsicle. Come on. I'm not kidding. Okay. Halsey was doing was eating a popsicle. That's okay. And it was so sexual that the censors would not allow it to be broadcast on television. Do you think that would fly today? I don't know. I can't imagine on prime time network. Now, I think they would get a little boggled think they'd allowed the woman eating the pie. Listen, if you look at those Carl's junior ads where you know, the girls are eating hamburgers super suggestively. So maybe you're right. Remember, those hamburgers and phallic shaped. That's true. That's true. Yeah. I'll you the video during the break. I think they're still gonna have a problem with it. It's drive home with Jillian barberie, John Phillips. Don't forget Florida. Not Florida coming up seven ninety KABC. Cannibal traffic when you need it. The most south.

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"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC

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01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I'm going forward. Some. The drive home with Jillian barberie and John Phillips. Don't forget to say the name of the place before we go to fill filling. It's four zero six in the Morongo casino resort and spa studios. That's what you're talking about. Right now. I'm talking about the place jails that top-shelf cocktails are fifty percent off between the hours of six and eight six and eight half dinner hour. I thought it was four and six is happy hour. Okay. Six and eight. They're good even better. Yeah. Better than dinner for most people. It's the sunset trucking Darrow on the sunset strip. That's a famous place. Yeah. I love that place. I gotta get apps and good news. That's right. Yeah. And a lot of people enjoyed some booze in Boston. Oh, yeah. Because they had the parade. Oh, that's not why they enjoy booze in Boston, right? Super Bowl win for that. Joining us to talk about the big parade in Beantown Beantown native himself Levin's Phil Shuman, nobody parties like Phil Shuman guy hometown boy fell. What's happening? You must be so happy up there right now. It was pretty exciting us pretty exciting. I've tried to remain unbiased in you know, right down the middle. The whole time. Sorry about that. Out of his mind, or what did you see the pictures from the parade no-shirt beers? And both and. I didn't see that. Yeah. Oh, yeah. That's awesome. Of those guys in the family. They're.

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Audit: San Diego didn't respond fast enough to hepatitis A outbreak

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00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Audit: San Diego didn't respond fast enough to hepatitis A outbreak

California man discovers his beer belly was actually a 77-pound tumor

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01:14 min | 3 years ago

California man discovers his beer belly was actually a 77-pound tumor

"That's the third sister. Over the summer. Hernandez finally said goodbye to his beer belly. Thanks to university of southern California who surgically remove the tumor and whatever's friends say the ones who picked on him for a beer belly. I don't know. What did they tell them? I thought you were you were you had some great insight as to what the what the friends were telling him after he lost the gut now. I have no inside by the way, if he's three hundred pounds. Yeah. Okay. Let me do the math here. Okay. So he was three hundred pounds seventy three pound tumor seventy seven pounds seven. Okay. He was still fat. How what was he what was his BMI come on a minute? You have the story in front of you. I only have the blitz. You think I'm going to help you with this unless he's like six seven he was still fat. Okay. Here. It is. Six six five and a half. I'm making this up as I can't find it either. So look this up Louis, I'm curious because unless he played for the Lakers, you know, I have I know where you're going with that. I have all the papers Lewis who is a great producer gratuitously. He really is a great

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Amazon says customer names, emails exposed in error

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00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Amazon says customer names, emails exposed in error

"Show the night to be one of

Migrants at America's doorstep in Tijuana face long stay

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00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Migrants at America's doorstep in Tijuana face long stay

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Monica Lewinsky: Bill Clinton and I never hooked up in the Oval Office

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00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Monica Lewinsky: Bill Clinton and I never hooked up in the Oval Office

"That's true. Monica Lewinsky says hanky-panky within President Bill Clinton never took place in the Oval Office in another clip from the Clinton affair docu series. The former intern who has reinvented herself as me to advocate, an anti bullying activist talks about her hookups with the married commander in chief which led to his one thousand nine hundred ninety eight impeachment will they routinely met in the White House sexual relations took place outside the iconic office of the president. But nearby quote, no monkey business happened in the Oval Office proper. She said she's forty five years old, by the way, we would talk and maybe flirt here there, but no sexual activity. Happened in the Oval Office. So if you're wondering where it happened he had a private personal office. That's off to the side that consists only of a back steady a dining room a little pantry in a bathroom. That's where every intimate encounter

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McDonald's manager attacked by woman over ketchup

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00:21 sec | 3 years ago

McDonald's manager attacked by woman over ketchup

Malibu burning: Kardashians, del Toro among celebrities fleeing

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01:09 min | 3 years ago

Malibu burning: Kardashians, del Toro among celebrities fleeing

"Destroyed an unnumbered unknown number of homes in Thousand Oaks Calabasas oak park and the Malibu hills. Here's correspondent Kyung law Malibu is burning. The entire city has been told to get out in fact about one hundred and five thousand residents from Malibu day. Camarillo springs have been ordered to evacuate several celebrities among those being forced out of their homes, Streisand and Caitlyn Jenner have had to evacuate the director, Guillermo del Toro tweeted, the he evacuated last night. So a lot of people are looking at these guys wondering if their house is going to survive this. Now, the fire has destroyed at least thirty structures, so far that's the Wolsey fire. No structures, reportedly destroyed by the sixty one hundred acre hill fire near Camarillo springs in Newbury park, we have learned that the Wolsey fire has burned the paramount ranch. Western town where hundreds of movies and TV shows were shot over the years, including HBO's current hit. Westworld, the national fire national weather service has just extended our red flag warning through Tuesday afternoon due to the fire danger posed by gusty

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"Bohemian Rhapsody" tops box office despite mixed reviews

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00:22 sec | 3 years ago

"Bohemian Rhapsody" tops box office despite mixed reviews

Alcohol changes how memories are formed on a molecular level

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00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Alcohol changes how memories are formed on a molecular level

"To a new study, researchers say that alcohol hijacks the pathway that forms memory on a fundamental molecular level, it affects gene involved with encoding. Whether a memory is pleasing or unpleasant and changes a protein. The gene makes which in turn makes you form craving memories. One drink only