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Biden’s Inauguration Speech to Emphasize American Unity
"Many said it was dark and foreboding. CBS is we just Jang's Has Joe Biden's inaugural address is expected to be different. CBS News has learned. Mr Biden will use his inaugural address to directly appeal to Trump supporters as part of a push for unity. He is the president for all of America, and he's going to govern that way. Louisiana Congressman Cedric Richmond will serve as a
China Bars Entry to 2 Members of W.H.O. Team Investigating Covid in Wuhan
"Scientific investigators from the World Health Organization have finally been given permission by the Chinese government to search for the origins of the Wuhan coronavirus. Here's Jim Rupe. It was last week that wh o Director general, Dr Ted Rose and not Gabriel ASIS expressed his frustration at China for reversing his permission for investigators to hit the ground in Wuhan. I'm very disappointed with this news, given that two members had already begun their journeys and others were not able to travel at the last minute. But Thursday after a call from Dr Ted Rose, Chinese officials granted permission for the team to enter Wuhan. Life in Wuhan, we're told is relatively back to normal, the north of the country. There is a resurgence of the virus. China has assisted for months that just because Wuhan is where the first cluster of cases were discovered, does not necessarily mean Wuhan is ground zero for the outbreak. The suspicion is by scientists, however. That the virus that has killed nearly two million people worldwide at this point since 2019 jump from a bad to an animal to human somewhere in the country, Southwest Chinese officials maintain the virus most likely came from abroad, perhaps an infected seafood. Tho. Scientists reject that. The team includes scientists and virus experts from the US, the UK, Australia, Germany, Japan, Russia, the Netherlands, guitar and Vietnam, all anxious to get their hands microscopes, probes and Petri dishes in defining the root cause the host animal, the animal that caught the virus from the bed and, in turn infected the human And where that happened. The mission is a priority for W. Joe and the international team. It's kind of on hold. However, the team has to quarantine for two weeks before even a rubber glove can be put on. I'm
Dallas County Reports Its 1st Known Case Of UK Coronavirus Variant
"County Health officials announced 2809 additional cases of covert 19 Saturday and said that five more residents have died of the newly confirmed cases is the first known case of the more infectious be 117 Corona virus variant in North Texas. The Dallas man who is in his Twenties with the recent travel history outside the country is stable and in isolation. Meanwhile, Tarrant County continues to see an increase in cases and deaths reported during the pandemic. County health officials reported. 3023 new cases and eight deaths Death in county Public Health announced 459 cases of covered 19 and no deaths.
Dallas County adds 2,809 coronavirus cases, 5 COVID-19 deaths
"Officials announced 2809 additional cases of covert 19 today and said that five more residents have died. The newly confirmed cases is the first known case of the UK Corona virus variant in North Texas. The more infectious variant was found in a Dallas man in his twenties with no recent travel history outside the country. The man is stable and in isolation. It's the third known variant case in Texas. The state's first known case of the B 117 variant was confirmed on January 7th and Harris County.
How Biden's appointment will affect international religious freedom
"There has been in recent years. A fair emphasis placed on the notion of religious freedom. And the question arises. Of course on this, like so many other issues. What changes will be made with the change at the White House and we're joined now. By Susan Crabtree. White House and national political correspondent at real clear politics dot com. Susan. Thank you for being with us. Thanks for having me Jim, are you speaking here about religious freedom in this country or around the world? Well, in this case, I'm talking about international religious freedom. That was a big emphasis in the Trump Administration, State Department with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Thean Basseterre for religious freedom. Can't uh And Brownback another cans and seeming up to make it a big priority in the Trump administration. They really did more on this issue than And the administration. In the past, they held a huge summit that attracted 100 and five countries from around the world, the biggest of its kind. To really Look out on this issue and talk about issues that there are playing out around the world that are basically Terrible circumstances in China with nearly million Wickers, um being persecuted and forced into labor camp. And in places like Burma, where they're working. Go. Muslims have been slaughtered by the tens of thousands in recent years and pushed out become refugees. Think huge refugee problem. So this Thies air issues that the Trump administration made a huge, Ah, big priority at into integral part of it. Um, foreign policy, and we're wondering on a lot of the people in the advocacy community in Washington and around the world are wondering if it's going to continue. And I understand that. Ah, Mr Brownback is quite optimistic that this will continue as well as our speaker Pelosi and former Republican Congressman Frank Wolf. Well, I don't know about Speaker Pelosi and and Frank Wolf. They were they did get together. This is a priority for secret Pelosi over the years as well. She's spoken about out about human rights in China. When, as far back as when the Congress is considering most favored nations status that creates status for China. She's always been ah, big advocate of human rights when it comes to religious freedom. She and Frank Wolf teamed up and did have a big debate. And, um, at one of the summit that I was just talking about, But in terms of where Biden is, we really don't know it. Kind of a candle in his administration, because He has talked about his own personal faith quite a bit on the campaign trail, but we don't know where he stands in terms of making religious freedom the priority of its foreign policy. Because he seems like people are fearful that climate change is going to really be the big push. We already see John Kerry being named as the Called climates are on, and the President elect Joe Biden, has that pledged he would rejoin the Paris climate accord. Although, of course we are able to walk and chew gum at the same time. I believe, right. We could do both, couldn't we Well, one would hope, but they will see pretty soon here, whether a divided names and Ambassador for religious freedom And that would show that he is he. This is a bigger priority in one might think for his administration. Um, the Obama administration left that position. Taken for several years, and that concerns some of the activists and, um and they're worried, very worried that this is going to become less of a priority. Under Joe Biden. But you know, it depends on who he named to replace Sam Brownback. He There are a number of people named circulating. Certainly Katrina plant of what is one of those people. She is the daughter of Tom Lantos, who actually served in the administrations. Certain Congress with Joe guidance, and he was on Lee, Holocaust survivor to have ever held a seat in Congress. And he has quite a legacy going, and until then, it was very supportive that in fact, Between plant is what is now running human rights sanitation, and she gave Joe Biden, um one of its big first awards a number of years ago, and Biden had pledged to not turn a blind eye to this type of religious persecution. Um, he actually said that we have to be true to Tom Lantos. His legacy so If he names a between Atlantic Into sweat. I think that be advocacy, community community and globally will be a little bit more sure that he's taking this issue very, very seriously and will continue these big summit that we've seen during the Trump administration. And the groundwork that Come peyote and Brownback laid
Car-Safety Regulators Urge Tesla to Recall Around 158,000 Vehicles
"That will safety regulators pressing Tesla to voluntarily recall about 158,000 vehicles because their touch screens could fail, leaving the driver without certain controls. If Tesler declines, the request of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration could order a recall. And there are concerns about electric vehicles and potential threats to first responders. There's a gap in safety guidelines dealing with high voltage lithium ion batteries used in electric cars. That's the warning from the National Transportation Safety Board is more automakers move away from traditional combustion engines. The agency is specifically concerned about first responders who could roll up on an accident involving an electric car. The NTSB wants manufacturers to write up vehicle specific manuals for extinguishing battery
Supreme Court reimposes rule forcing women to obtain abortion pill in person during COVID-19 pandemic
"Court has upheld a Trump administration decision to re impose a federal rule about the so called morning after pill. A 63 decision allows the Trump Administration to re impose an in person requirement for women obtaining an abortion pill approved to end an early pregnancy or manage a miscarriage. Federal judge suspended the rule in July because of the coronavirus, saying at the time the public health risk for patients had increased during the pandemic. Similar rules have been suspended for other drugs during the same period. Incoming by the administration could put the in person requirement back on hold. After the president elect takes office. Jared Halpern, Fox knew that sound You
Packers to face Rams after 'Super Wild Card Weekend'
"After a highly entertaining super wild card weekend in the NFL. The Packers know their opponent for Round two. It'll be NFC North against NFC West on Saturday is the Packers welcome in the Los Angeles Rams in the divisional round of the playoffs? Will also be a matchup of strength versus strength. Green Bay enters the postseason with the highest scoring offense in the NFL during the regular season. The Rams scoring defense was also best in the National Football League.
Dallas County tops 3,000 daily cases for 1st time
"Cases today, as health officials reported 3194 new cases 10. More deaths were also confirmed. A new record high comes just a few days before the county is expected to open its newest vaccination site on Monday, a mega site at Fair Park Vaccine mega centers are also in the works for Ellis, Davis Fieldhouse and East Field College. Howdy. Judge Clay Jenkins has asked residents to be patient. Dallas County has only a little over 6000 doses of vaccine from the state to distribute this week and there are over 123,000 people who have already signed up on the counties website. Meanwhile, Tarrant County reported
11 Republican senators, led by Ted Cruz, push to delay certification of Biden victory
"Republican senators plan to oppose certification of electoral votes affirming Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election. Cameron Fairchild reports. Texas Senator Ted Cruz is leading the group, which demands a 10 Day audit of votes by an electoral commission, a separate group of House conservatives also plans to challenge the results. Republican Senator Mike Brown of Indiana says an audit would improve Americans faith in the electoral process and enhanced the legitimacy of the next president.
City of Dallas ends 2020 with highest number of murders in more than 15 years
"The Corona virus is not the only reason 2020 was a deadly year in Dallas. The city ended the year with 251 murders, including two killings that occurred in the final hour of 2020. Those numbers mean the city has recorded its highest number of murders and at least 16 years. During the last nine days of 2020. It was more than one every night. During that time period, there were at least 13 killings. But despite the city's dramatic increase in its murder tally, the Police Department's homicide unit has been very successful in solving the crimes with a clearance rate that now stands at nearly 79%.
A dozen Republican senators plan to object to certification of Biden's election win over Trump
"It's not over yet. A coalition of Republican senators says it'll challenge the outcome of the presidential election by voting to reject electors from some states when Congress meets next week. Sort of five. The electoral college results confirming President elect Joe Biden's victory. A dozen Republican senators and senators elect they say they will object to certifying the results of the presidential election. Unless there is the appointment of a 10 Day audit to go over the election results. The 2020 presidential election. The Republicans, right quote, We are not naive. We fully expect most, if not all Democrats, and perhaps more than a few Republicans to vote, otherwise a fair, incredible audit conducted expeditions. Sleep and completed well before January, 20th would dramatically improve Americans faith in our electoral process. That's Fox's Richardson, Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer. Tweeted Joe Biden and Kamila Harris will be president and vice president of the United States in 18 days
Minneapolis officials release bodycam footage in fatal police shooting
"Cam Video in Minneapolis of a fatal police shooting A man at a traffic stop set to be wanted on a felony police chief material Arredondo I would expect again when officers air Experiencing gunfire that they're trained to respond in arrest in
COVID-19 Hospitalizations In Texas Fall But Remain Near Summer Peak
"Himself. Coronavirus hospitalizations in Texas fell Saturday but continue to hover near their summer peak. Sells, officials reported more than 2500 new cases of covert 19 and 13 deaths. Breaking it down. Dallas County announced 1318 new cases Saturday and 10 deaths. Judge Clay Jenkins says the numbers, including those from late Wednesday that would have been reported Christmas Eve, Denton County added 516 cases. Collin County checks in with 785 new
Trump stuns with 15 high-profile pardons
"With less than a month to go. The pardons from the president are beginning Mr Trump, handing them out to former Congressman Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins and as our Catherine Herridge reports, two people who were convicted is part of the rush investigation. The pardons include two men who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI and special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe. Both George Papadopoulos, a campaign foreign policy adviser. And Alexander Vander Swan, a Dutch lawyer served minimal jail time. In the announcement, the White House seemed to minimize their convictions, calling them process
2020 turning out to be deadliest year ever in U.S.
"Deadliest year ever in the United States, all due to covert 19. CBS is Elise Preston says cases are rising by the minute coronavirus cases continued to surge across the country in Orange, California, a mobile unit is being set up outside U C I Medical center to deal with the crisis. There are currently more than 17,000 people in California, hospitalized with the virus. If you're still out there shopping for your loved ones for this holiday season, or you're planning a holiday get together then you are missing the gravity of the situation. Federal authorities have
1 Dead After Small Plane Crashes In Parking Lot In Burleson, Dallas-Fort Worth
"One person is dead and another was injured following a small plane crash in Johnson County it around 2 30 this afternoon, emergency crews responded after a single engine. So next experimental aircraft crashed in the back parking lot of a building at 603 East Renfro Street in Burlison. The pilot was the only one in the plane and he was pronounced dead at the scene. Another person was injured while trying to rescue him.
Dallas County Adds 1,675 COVID-19 Cases Saturday, 2 More Deaths
"Reported to doubts and 1675 new cases of covert 19 Saturday, and Judge Clay Jenkins says by the coming week we'll have a feel for what the aftereffects of Thanksgiving will be. And with the colder weather, he says, covert cases or likely to rise as more people are forced into tight spaces indoors. Tarrant County reported one covert related death and 1302 cases Saturday, Coming a day after the county reported its highest case total since the pandemic began earlier this week. Restaurants movie theaters, Jim's libraries and other businesses were ordered to scale back to 50% capacity. Elective surgeries were also required to stop and bars were ordered to close in Denton County added 389 cases. On Saturday, seven people were reported injured,
"jim bohannon" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"It, Jim Bohannon show Welcome back to Jimbo had a chilled 186 expire. Bo Jimbo 1866505 or 6 to 6, this time around the two houses of Congress since the American public in its wisdom chose to vote, the straight paralysis ticket. And put the Republicans in charge of the Senate of the Democrats in charge of the house and all of you who have voted that way. You've got no basis for whining. You created the problem. You can't make up your mind. You're part of the problem. But be that as it may, the president has now acted as we take some calls. We'll let me before we get into the details of everything that he's done or tried to do. Let's say you were the president and you had the inherent limitations of executive orders. What would you have done differently than what he did. Granted, it probably is inadequate and not what Congress could have and should have done But But, ah, the any act as well as he could have I here. Here's what surprises me. I did not see the president, um the other way he could have played it. Look in hindsight. If this breaks the law, Jim, it will look like a brilliant bit of political move. Brilliant statesmanship, but the other way I think he could have played it in earlier would have been to step up. And lean on, not the Democrats so much bling on the Republicans. And with that kind of pressure. I think there might have been a breakthrough earlier before the positions were so hardened. I mean, the Congress came back. I'm turning. It was July 20th. From its first summer. You know, Recent Remember, kindergartners and Congress are the only people that get recess anymore, But they came back July 20th. And they knew that on August 1st July 30th the stimulus the extended federal unemployment benefits I should say would end. So that was 10 days Now we're 10 days, father along I think the statesmanlike thing for any president who have done would have been to lean on his own party a little bit and become more actively involved in coming to some kind of compromise. So, but this was the way It's been played. Let me just make three quick points here. First of all the unemployment they were going to compromise on $400 anyway, the president decided to use Hurricane disaster relief fund and the way that disaster relief fund work legally is that the government commits a portion and the states must commit a portion, which is why you heard him say. I'm gonna give you $400 will actually 300 the States will have to chip in with 100. And then everybody said that the state don't really have enough money to do that. I mean, part of this whole thing was originally according to the Democrats give money to the states, So that was their position. So the president and tried to walk that back and say, Well, they could apply, and maybe we'll give him all $400 legally. He can't do that. If he's using the disaster relief fund, he can't create funds only Congress can, but he can appropriate that disaster relief fund but only on a shared basis. That's number one. Distant long moratorium. He was well within his rights to extend and for millions of Americans. Same. I've always said that the government is now borrowing for 10 years and 1/2 of 1% that millions of people, every paying student loans that rates of eight and nine and 10%. That's another story cycle We already talked about. It's telling people who already have jobs that they're going to get a tax break. Number one and number two. It does impact Social Security. And then this whole discussion. There wasn't a moratorium on evictions. From federally financed property that expired at the end of July. Also, and the president made it look like in what he said. And I had to look into this that there was going to be a continued moratorium on evictions and foreclosures. But in fact, he just said, I'm going to talk to my housing people and make sure that they do something about these evictions and foreclosures, so it didn't get everybody wound up. It's going to get all our callers wound up is not about whether he was right or wrong. He there's some stuff. Maybe he can do legally. I don't want to challenge that in court. That's not where our attention should be focused. It should be focused on not only the things he did, but all the things that were left undone. Stimulus payments shouldn't be again should be for the same people, more people, fewer people the same amount of money. That's a week that Congress to be doing and programs for businesses. Do we want to rescue the airlines? That's a legitimate will know that simile areas that that you could look at some of the previous things that they have. The Democrats have put into this catch All Santa Claus package..
"jim bohannon" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The Jim Bohannon show speaking with Gordon Smith he's the president and CEO of the national association of broadcasters are looking a little bit about the place of broadcasting in our lives something which I think we take for granted but maybe in times of stress and peril we're not always aware of the fact that this was a very special resource there somebody else that I think should be brought up to that is that of the majority of American radio stations are commercial radio stations they are advertised were supported and more than a few of our advertising clients are having serious problems right now I'm thinking particularly in terms of of restaurants and then this sort of thing and quite frankly yes they are a source of income do we commercial broadcasters but they also are a source of income to residents of your community at the source of service to your community and it would be a tragedy if we got out of this entire crisis in Sunday looked around to find that scores even hundreds of local businesses were no longer there well you couldn't have said it any better I certainly can't say it any better and you know truly I think many members of Congress who I'd serve with when I was in the US Senate and record our leaders and shares of board committees they understand our role and I they continue to promise even in a corona of relief bill number four there may be additional research recovery resources we can find such as the government needs to pump out a lot of information that they can certainly do it on press conferences but not everybody watches that and there may be ways for agencies to pick up some of the slack radio is is stealing by advertising how you get it best be a loan how do you how do you get unemployment insurance things that will direct people to relieve and and and help their families to survive this this quarantine period that we seem to be stock but hopefully as well many of the resources that may be coming in the next frogs of relief will enable businesses to take public resources you start commercial information through advertising by going to radio going to television began advertising a local wares and services that will have a double benefit of getting Congress kick started again and keep the radio and television alive as well so these are the kinds of things we were working on we're hopeful for everything that I spoke about previous in the previous segment about the the bill corona three that's happening Crono for were we're gonna monitor this and see if we can get more additional help.
"jim bohannon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Reality check with Jim Bohannon on the off beat some people are complaining that we're over reacting to these tough times and you know what they may be right they may be right we just don't know I don't know if we're over reacting the order date order the experts nobody knows we're in uncharted territory we've never faced this virus before with the use of does that make your vacation period and I reviewed systems of build up no protection so no matter what we do we'll never know if it was the right thing to do the only way we could do that is to do trial runs first start from right now with the current situation and then try shutting down the restaurants and bars in movie theaters and schools waiting a couple months and adding up the cost in dollars and lives then rewind history going back right now we're starting all over again by shutting down nothing I'm going a couple of months and then adding up the cost of dollars of lives and comparing the two unfortunately our time machine is in the shop there is no good path forward we're trying to pick the least objectionable path by erring on the side of caution and yes it's inconvenient and frustrating even maddening but even our totally disagreeable political parties are for the whole but mostly agreeing and certainly nobody has suggested that we all panic nobody has said anything remotely like that what we do know is that the countries which seem to have had the best response to the virus had limited person to person contact for the moment that seems to be the most prudent if painful path forward not so prudent is something I saw online somebody bragging about going from bar to bar and if they get corona viruses may get coronavirus frankly if that were the end of it and if they agree to call off to become road kill someplace I'd say fine but unfortunately they may come in contact with those of us who don't have a death wish we don't deserve that and we don't deserve them so you know what to do and if you forgotten the national association of broadcasters as a reminder wash your.
"jim bohannon" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Of it Jim Bohannon show because of the economic policies that we have put into place over the last three years we have the greatest economy anywhere in the world by far are banks and financial institutions are fully capitalized and incredibly strong our unemployment is at a historical low this vast economic prosperity gives us flexibility reserves and resources to handle any threat that comes our way president drop of his remarks earlier this evening and before we're done tonight will hear those remarks again in full by the way Kim calls in from shields Michigan the the good evening Kim yeah thank you sure yeah I wanna say no more I hear president trump more proud I yeah I I am of him he just he needs to you know what to do like she don't we need to do that and he he stepped right up to the plate and the more you know the more he makes me proud and I found out why this call is bragging Italy today I read a story on my phone and it said that Italy has a lot of Chinese workers that transient back and forth I think they said something about the garment industry are thought but I wondered why would easily have thrown more it would be so fast there but they have a lot of Chinese people that travel back and forth and that's why apparently why it's so bad and a lot of countries are doing that you know restricting travel and I'll tell you that after the fact they did did did do it as fast as we did yeah yeah the Chinese either most of us are not aware of of a large Chinese presence in Italy I know the Italy certainly has an awful lot of the of of the Islamic migrants from North Africa and I know that Africa itself the cognitive Africa has probably a hundred thousand Chinese living there I've often wondered if if they have had the impact on the the coronavirus on that card that I I haven't heard anything about the spread of the disease in Africa but as for Chinese of Italy and that's a new one on me Kim yes and I thought the thing that you can only depend on and dated for a couple years now with migrants like you sent for me and all those places Italy I thought that's where family third up there but yeah this was news to me they thought that they workers working there and then return home I don't know if it's certain times of the year I know they just had new Chinese New Year holiday but you know stop burning just bad and what are the dangers what did they just say he hello how stupid idiots he said if you are in the same boat if he were president and there was this call red X. he wouldn't shut down travel he wouldn't shut down the border any call president trump he told this is even bigger than the last one protected president trump is affecting our country well as far as I'm concerned I agree with you Kim either he's also protect your country but I mean after a while you just you lose count of the number of reasons why Bernie Sanders was immediate Robert of Suffield Ohio next good evening Robert yeah I I think I do think this is overblown for political reasons in my mind and I think he was manufactured in China and I also will say to you that I hope that this resulted in one thing it nothing else we need to go over with that we are making matters manage to keep people alive and very hours back in America well we have here at you know the conditions are probably a thousand times better than China well my concern about things manufactured in China is that we can never depend on China as a reliable source of anything there are people in this country who are such a total prostitutes that they would probably far about the manufacturing of R. M. one tanks or R. F. thirty five fighters to China because it would be cheaper so I concur with you completely this notion of the going always with economic advantage that doesn't mean a lot when you're dealing with countries that are a malignancy all the world body politics so I'm but with you all the way one eight six six five oh Jimbo Barty in Hilton head South Carolina hello Marty I do my friend fine thank you I just think you know the president did a great job people are freaking out even now with it not be in such a major threat I I'm confused as to why people are stepping over toilet paper and paper towels and a grocery stores it blows my mind what we do in blizzards that's what we do during blizzards you know we run to the store we had to the store of bread milk and toilet paper I mean what are you supposed to do with that I mean you know I mean a blizzard of Hilton head South Carolina the snow you know half an inch three quarters of an inch the drifts go and and it's all gone by the next day it so then you have to walk around your call to sack camping outside which is good you got five loaves of bread I mean I've never understood that at dell but I do think that and the president bid doing a great job and not have people panic even though they are anyway because if he panics you can only imagine what's going to happen well yeah he he he I think he has acted very responsibly and not precipitously and certainly the braindead remarks Bernie Sanders about how this is is that a phobia I mean get real yeah I'd Bernice by the course everybody the world is equal and Americans are not one with better than anybody else which is another reason why Bernie Sanders both never ever ever ever be president of the United States back with more in just a moment okay so are you the type of guy the ones look put together but.
"jim bohannon" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Of it Jim Bohannon show you will have a show as our guest is J. R. young and that this is a website J. A. Y. our young while you Angie dot com he is the founder and president of king operating corporation they look for petroleum in the ground and I'm curious as to what's going to happen the gasoline prices let's say all well let's look ahead through let's say up to Labor Day the labor day okay well I will tell you right now I I don't see much movement until the end of the year and I but I know you asked some of its okay if if I think too short a period of time just give me your estimate on whatever time frame works for you twelve okay in the reason why is because there is three hundred less rigs drilling for oil and gas in the United States today normally there's eleven hundred almost twelve hundred rigs that work and drill for oil and gas and they produce a tremendous amount of oil that may produce twenty five to thirty five thousand barrels of oil the first month and now there's three hundred less rings them a run in one a year ago so what you're gonna see is when the scroll bars comes out and everything's gonna settle down which you will and you have a lot less all of the market what's going to happen is you're going to see prices starting to increase labor data into this year I can see seventy five dollars a barrel easy it is not within the distance from the Middle East or anything but just because of that because of the lack of supply on the market our demand stays strong our demand is strong with this corona viruses coming down we'll come back well now does come back yeah yes you are as well as a win win win we we think of the summertime we think of more driving and therefore gas prices go up is that still a safe rule of thumb it is very broad form the right now you're seeing a lot of the demand global demand coming down because of the the crown of bars and things so I don't know if it catches up by that term it could go up by the summertime but if it is it may stabilise go up a little bit but not until the end of this year we see a big a big job all right now one eight six six five oh Jimbo is our number one eight six six Bible five four six two six so I'm curious about the job the impact of of what you do from from shale oil collection the like getting well and obviously to help the country in terms of energy dependence but I'm wondering do you do that and if it if you don't how has that impacted you well I'll tell you that we have are we going to different prospects in their both jail they're both unconventional is most shale breaking the old mark the prospect we have right now it has a conventional and unconventional to it which means basically that you don't need to be doing the big fracking which pricing just because money drawing of ten thousand foot lateral just think of that per se yeah Jim here if you're two miles from start to finish under the ground and your fracking every two hundred feet of fracking or are you are you setting off an explosion that fractures the the rock I'm not too sure would we we toss around the term fracking very glibly especially for talk show host but that doesn't mean we we know what what is actually going on read ME slated the real simple terms so what we do is we put withdrawal well first with the drill bit we may go out to two miles whatever whatever the the prospect calls for let's say two miles long with a drill bit will bring that drill bit out of the ground it will put hi there hi booze is still in the ground okay it's five and a half inch pipe and it's all the way for two miles and then what you do is you go down and you'll perforate this end bracket in stages what that means is you'll put a perforation going down the hole and you'll go all the way out your two miles to the very end annual perforate the pot then you'll put the shots in the pipe safely say shots in the pipe but I don't know what that means it's a small explosion is putting a perforation in that part okay guys raise your your your perforating that pipe was eight shots per foot for two hundred feet so you're you're perforating the pipe for two hundred feet and then what you do is you take water just water and you throw it down though well bore and you'll put it down so fast the little break open the formation there was what I mean by that is is breaking open the form like a baseball bat on the windshield or like like concrete because it is hard is hard rock it is not going to produce a list is broken up and so when you frag what you're doing is you're sending water is you know a hundred miles an hour down the well bore and you're breaking up with that formation that makes sense killing of spider web no no he does again again as I say to me it was just two syllables fracking allegedly tell me a lot but now I know I have a better understanding of it yeah in this union minister to order three yeah and then you'll you'll want to water down your struggle two hundred free and then you'll put a plug their Nicolas sandy and afterwards you put a lot of say in the end because what you want to do is have the essay and open up the pores and straight thank you the pores open and then you put a status is more so the rocker we talking about boards of the pipe wars in Iraq boys on the rock okay yeah because you want it you want to keep it uses this car uses a profit if you will okay now we're coming up on a breaker that doesn't move so we're gonna go back and pick up the the tale of how fracking is accomplished in some of the other questions that come from that with J. 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"jim bohannon" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The Jim Bohannon show the president's state of the union address of the democratic response to Michigan governor Gretchen what we're we're joined now by former Georgia congressman Bob Barr currently a lawyer in private practice in Atlanta he's chairman of liberty guarded nonprofit pro liberty organization of the congressmen thank you for being with us well it's great to be with you once again Jim thank you for having me but that had the just about everything you have the president of Venezuela and had Tuskegee airman and the great grand Saudi had the reunion of a soldier back from overseas deployment Rush Limbaugh getting the presidential medal of freedom I must say in terms of of props and of course that's what the state of the union has become largely a display of props this was probably as well choreographed as any I've ever seen well certainly as any I've seen since our Ronald Reagan but no I agree and and I really do I think the president made the right decision in keeping the speak so positive and staying away from anything that could be construed as relating to be the impeachment I think you did an excellent job yeah idea if the end that I that I was doing a variety of things that I really see speaker Pelosi who spent the evening as though she was sucking on the world's biggest Levin tear up the president's transcript well I I I I didn't I it looked like she was sometimes in the evening looking at a menu trying to decide what to order for dinner yeah our breakfast I couldn't tell what she was looking at it it was not at one point does she turned with that scolding school marm look over hers to somebody on their side of the aisle I'm not quite sure whether with somebody in the in the gallery at that shouted something or one of her one of her team members that said something but she is she has that that that that angry school marm look but she use tonight yeah I have to force the president to did not to shake your hand at the at the beginning of the entire thing which I thought was of perhaps a moment that set the tone well I.
"jim bohannon" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Five oh five four six two six online by this is Jim Bohannon show dot com you can follow me on Twitter at Jimbo talks well it has happened just who according to the script on this past day Friday the house Judiciary Committee voted on very partisan lines to send two articles of impeachment against president trump to the full house but he does the fourth time in history that a president has faced such a move with more here's Sarah Marie following a bitter debate and a party line vote Donald Trump now faces two articles of impeachment before the full house of representatives the question now is an article one of the resolution impeaching president Donald J. trump for abusing its powers the clerk will call the roll rats insisting transactions more than met the constitutional threshold of high crimes and misdemeanors hi Mister Raskin votes I Mister eyeball hi Mister I have all those I missed Deming's by Republicans loudly voiced their objections Mr Gomer I will just know is every member we voted who wishes to vote as for German out man Carl record I was a gentleman recorded Mr grammar your record as now now I want to make sure the committee approved an article for abuse of power arguing the president pressured Ukraine to investigate his political rival by withholding a White House meeting and US security aide Mister chairman there are twenty three eyes and seventeen knows the articles agreed to question now is an article two of the resolution impeaching president Donald J. trump for obstructing Congress approved the second article for obstructing the investigation into trump's misconduct Mister chairman there are twenty three eyes and seventeen knows your articles agreed to resolution as amended resorted reported favorably to the house this final vote exposing partisan tensions I give notice of intent to file to sending these the notice is heard without objection the committee is adjourned as the top Republican on the committee stormed out of the two party line vote with president trump another step closer to being the third US president ever to be impeached today is a solemn and said today for the third time in a little over a century and a half the house Judiciary Committee has voted articles of impeachment against the president for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress the house will act expeditiously proceedings came on the heels of a contentious committee debate that stretched past eleven PM on Thursday house judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler shopped his colleagues by abruptly pausing the marathon session and delaying votes it is now very late at night I want the members on both sides of the aisle to think about what has happened over these last two days and to search their consciences before we cast a final votes therefore the committee will now stand in recess until tomorrow morning at ten AM Mr you chose not to consult the ranking member on the schedule issue of this magnitude so typical this is the cat in the hat this is the kangaroo court they were talking about the move prompted howls of protest from Republicans this was the most bush league thing I have sleep forever this committee has lost all of the old Democrats deemed it necessary and accused Republicans of trying to force Democrats to vote on articles of impeachment in the dark of night after a vote on the floor it will be up to the Senate to decide when whether one of to remove fires the or president a goal from the case edge of your and neighborhood Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is already valley that won't happen or an we earthquake all know how it's going is destroying on buildings there's no chance the president's going to be removed from office when a tornado is tearing and through so town here we stand with the full house expected to hold that vote or hurricane on the articles strikes of impeachment sometime this coming week the president will or is then the be best impeached time perhaps I mean there's no question about that today at this stage it they've during gone way a disaster past the point you may of not ever be able to stay stopping in touch short with your family or friends and as easily as holding you think let's say a vote of censure and it's not always as the simple Senate as bill using holds your a cell trial phone and that that's the constitution one now does is require the time a two to thirds take action vote to convict and remove him from office now as we learned earlier tonight from one of our guests because this requires a two thirds vote of those present you would think of course of nobody would be absent for something like this it might be convenient for some to be absent we'll see if that plays into it nonetheless the threshold of two thirds of those on hand seems a extremely high and the highly unlikely that they would ever get anywhere near that so well with that the as a prologue go we will entertain that your thoughts it is a remarkable the extent to which this was followed the script you almost want someone to do something bizarre I don't know put on Groucho glasses or something it has been so utterly completely predictable that maybe it's not just the the sense of of the dramatic in me but again if the patches been chosen and we will we will follow the path as it unfolds one eight six six five oh Jimbo our number one eight six six five oh five four six two six and this is about is a cut and dried as it could get of course up to this point can there be room for any surprises at this juncture I would think not it certainly it would not I suppose technically be too late for Nancy Pelosi to say hold on we'll just have a vote no censure since the Republicans are so partisan that they would never listen to our evidence of vote to convict in the Senate trial where they have a majority that could conceivably happen to be but now you're talking about pretty much out of left field type of of of highly speculative unlikely events what we're talking about here now is a script that will be followed right to and including messing with the Democrats in the presidential campaign deserve several Democrats of course in the Senate who would like to become president and of course there's the issue of the Democrats Democrats in the house who are from districts carried by Donald Trump in twenty sixteen thirty one house Democrats are in districts where the voters for some reason chose to vote for the Democrat in twenty eighteen but Donald Trump in twenty sixteen out of a vote how many of them will get a free pass from Nancy Pelosi to vote no on impeachment to try and help her keep our majority that gives her the extra fifty grand a year that she makes for being speaker one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six as a the process rolls along and again as I say just a as an interested observer it would be kind of I suppose it or to any of somebody did something that deviated from the script one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six let's go to north Platte Nebraska where Deanna is up tonight hello Deanna hello yes you're on the radio go right ahead while I was working radio and I thought it was a real tragedy that they're trying to do this to the president because I think it's ridiculous because the man has done a lot of good things and I can't understand why they're trying to you know I'm sure if his adorning conceit dating him any kind of respect any kind dignity or anything because to me is just totally rude and uncalled for they could discuss the did something so why be so eager to get rid of the man I think you can is a lot more good stuff about it well certainly there were a lot of good things about that I think he did and it's hard to argue of course with the expanded economy let's say that he had that had dad had really done an impeachable offense and I am of the opinion that he has not had he actually performed an impeachable offense than the fact that he helped the economy and cut government red tape of the light would hardly be a reason for keeping in that office doing got good works is not enough to to avoid punishment for a genuine transgression of in fact that it happened I mean the al Capone's gang often provided coal and food for some of the poor sections of Chicago but that doesn't overlook the people they murdered and again as I say if if there had been an actual case against Donald Trump that I don't know that the argument that he did good works would be sufficient but the problem is of course that they don't have a case of an impeachable offense they just don't have one they haven't presented one that is out with a guy like a lot of us thought along the way you know that they're waiting they got something they couldn't go this far without having something and we kept waiting and we got to the mall a report nothing got through the Adam Schiff hearings of the intelligence committee nothing got through the Nadler hearings before the Judiciary Committee nothing it's not quite clear that it's very unlikely that they've got some big bomb shell out there that they're going to drop on the the Senate trial for one thing if it were that big a bomb shell it would have been leaked by now they just don't have anything they don't like him up for a variety of reasons they're like anybody who would take on the deep state they don't like anybody who would hold our March toward big government they don't like anybody who has a general conservative principles and of course his personality only exacerbates things but well I don't think that a president let's say Mike pence would have generated probably a call for impeachment but certainly he would have faced terrible opposition from those who simply feel that any conservative is just completely utterly wrong and that is at the core the liberal view point is that we really are deplorable and that we just don't belong in the position of running our own affairs because were so bad at it that's really the core belief here Deanna so again as I've noted before the program it's not that the Democrats want to impeach delta because they don't like him is because they really really really really don't like him and that is nothing more that a gross national temper tantrum back with.
"jim bohannon" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Welcome back to the Jim Bohannon show as we're talking a bit about disability benefits in this country. The concept is a valid concept. The question, of course is. Handling of it the devil in the details. As it were. We're talking with Mary, Dale Walters. Who is a senior vice president with the firm Alsop A L L S U, P dot com. What exactly do you do at also? We represent people before social security to determine if they're eligible for benefits and then to represent them, for example, if you if you want to find out if you're eligible for benefits, usually go and apply either online or you go to field office, and and. You have to go through that process to find out if you're eligible, if you come to an organization like also up before you apply, we will put you through a review process and assessment and be able to confirm that you are technically eligible and let you know, if we believe you do meet the the rigid criteria that they have for the medical evidence. And then we will do all the paperwork for you. We will talk to social security for you. We will represent you at a hearing. If you need to go to a hearing before a judge, and basically kind of help you understand the program and educate youth route that process, and and represent you through the application level as well as the appeals they have three different appeal levels in the disability program. Ask you a bit about other other types of programs here, not everyone in this country is under social security. I know for a time at least there was I think a special category of benefits for for railroad workers. And I think that some government workers may not be under social security for people who are not under social security. Do these other programs such as they are also offer disability benefits and similar level of vigilance to make sure that no one is gaming the system. I don't know a lot about those programs. I also is also a veterans disability claim Representative. So I can talk a little bit about that. But there is still a railroad program separate program for railroad employees, and many employees of federal and state organizations may have a separate program from social security. It's been awhile since they've allowed federal employees to come in to the social security system. And so I think a lot. People are have done that. I believe just recently. They opened the social security system opened up opened it up to native American tribes who were not part of that program. And that's just now coming to the to the forefront in for members of those tribes. So there's lots of other programs out there, some states have disability programs. Sometimes you find that people who are working have private disability insurance that thirty five thirty three thirty five percent of people have a private disability plan to their employer. Again. The criteria is different among all of them. And they may or may not kind of offset for each other. If you're eligible for more than one. Another issue. I wanted to bring up was overlap certainly there is a potential for abuse there. If I if you qualify, let's say under say two or three different overlapping programs, it might wind up being at least in the definition of some somewhat excessive. Yeah, if you're a veteran you can receive both benefits that you're likely not going to be eligible for social security disability. And get veterans benefits unless you have a really high rating under the VA system. Of course, the VA system is based on disabilities that either occurred or worse than while you were a member of the serve of service branch. So it's a different kind of criteria there. If you have private workers compensation, and you are injured, and you're collecting worker's comp insurance social security will actually deduct in many cases, what you're getting from social security based on what you're getting from that private workers comp plan if I'm getting private long-term disability insurance, they will deduct from what they're paying me for what you get from social security. The general theme is you shouldn't be able to make more on an insurance plan, then you would have made..
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"Back to the Jim Bohannon show as we speak dry with the Daniel Krauthammer. And we recited his very impressive essentials. But I will add as we go to the next question that I bring up here. I have to ask you, you will always be known as Charles Krauthammer, son, that's an honor. But I'm sure that must at times be a little galling. You have a story in your own, right? Yeah. That's especially with a name like Krauthammer. It's a little. Not exactly Smith that you can just get away with being someone anonymous in the crowd. So. You know, there sometimes drawbacks to it. But but obviously also. Something I'm very proud to carry forward. And and to do what I can for my father this time in particular. Let me just go ahead and read part of your introduction here. My father's writing as displayed in this book is not just thought provoking. But also and even more impressively feeling provoking, not the feelings of Patos meant to close ones mind to reason and shutdown debate. But rather the emotions of all reverence respect and wonder evoked by the intelligent exploration of the majesty complexity and expanse of human experience and the universe. We inhabit please amplify on that. Yeah. So the book which in case, you listeners don't know is a collection of my father's works from all throughout his career essays column speeches and quite a few never before published works. Is something that spans really the whole gamut in terms of topics from what you'd expect from him in terms of politics and blessings of world history and foreign policy to fun topic like baseball, and movies and chess and his passions to questions of morality of medical ethics of questions of human nature, socialists us and his personal life to of what family meant to him friendship. What he viewed as bilious philosophy of living a complete and full life. And what I was talking about in the extra introduction that you read was really something that struck me all throughout his writing. And try to all these different subjects is that they're United by both his always perceptive logical analysis, an expiration of the ideas, and whatever the argument is and that particular topic. But also how he drowsy not just logic. But art, and how in particular on. The questions there or the topics near shoes. That really have some kind of beep lasting question to them. He so often draws you. To a summation point of his argument. But then leaves off with a question of saying now that you know, I've dug down all these deep levels to this real core. Moral question, what is the, you know, the essence of of what we're talking about here of the issue of human nature or ethics or morality these questions. Don't have easy answers. And he he always acknowledges that there's a degree of mystery a degree of beauty art transcendence to so many of these things and leads you to ponder them on your own having enlightened you quite a bit on his logical argument. But acknowledging that there's always more to ponder and think about and he doesn't in such an artful way that it really reminds me of so many of my favorite pieces of music and movie literature, and that's what I was trying to catch late in that excerpt was how find that moving emotionally as well as. Intellectually there are so many. We'll try to talk about a few of these including any that might be Daniel Krauthammer's favorite works of his father. I will start with one and we'll have to continue this past the break, but the Cold War memorials, which is the one on page forty five of your book, the point of it all your father took a look at differences in wars memorials and in the people who observe them. Yeah. That column in particular he was talking about. But he described as the two Cold War memorials on the mall that were built in the nineties the Korean war memorial and the Vietnam war memorial, and he often actually like to write about. Architecture monuments memorials, and in particular, how that said more about us the people making them then about the people being memorialize, and he was commenting in that on both of the artistic aspect design choices, but also on on we. Pause. We'll be back in just a moment. Your source for everything that's near here on NewsRadio. Katie KIA. What does building better Bank? Look like it starts with building Capital, One cafes warm inviting.
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"To Jim Bohannon on toxic fifty K S T. Welcome back to Jim Bohannon show. Doctor Jimmy Brown is our guest. He's the author of influenza the hundred year hunt to cure, the deadliest disease in history turning to page one hundred fifty seven of your book here, and you talk about my only visit to the ER as a patient that year. I got a nasty case of the flu had been after I had been given the flu vaccine, did you regard that as cause and effect or coincidence? No that goes back to what we were just just talking about earlier, which is the fact that the we can only guess have an educated guess as to what the most like the kinds of viruses of the flu virus are going to be out there. And so the the flu vaccine has maybe two or three or possibly four different strains. But that doesn't necessarily mean that there are other strains out there, and what happened that year when I was my only a visit of a set of the patient to the ER as opposed to a physician who works there. And what happened almost certainly was that I got a vaccine and then came down with a flu virus of that had that was funny different strain was not covered in the vaccine. So we just need to understand that that's one of the reasons that you hear people say, well, I got the I got the vaccine, and I became very sick. And so I'm not going to get it. Again, the two things are not related in one shouldn't wants shouldn't. Think that just because you've got through one season. Even though you got the vaccine the next season comes you don't need the vaccine, whatever the. What happened to the the epidemic? Back in nineteen eighteen nineteen nineteen. It went away y. Well, what we found in. When you look at any any academic. And this actually includes the the recent Ebola outbreaks is eventually what happens is that the whether it's a virus or in this case the flu virus the disease kills off. All the people who are susceptible to it leaving people who have some immunity to it. And of course, people intend to leave an area and distance themselves from each other. And so there's less vector in which the flu virus can spread all the bolivars can spend. And so what you see very often is that these have these flare ups of an infection, and then as the population becomes immune to the disease, and the people who was susceptible to it died off the the infection sort of burns itself out and goes away. Well, he's six five zero JIMBO. We have a call from Cy in Akron, Ohio. Hello side and good evening. Hi, Jim David Dooley said how is the flu shot like David Bowie fan? Okay. Excuse me. He said they always show up in last year's cost to like like a flu shot in regards to the Tennessee, flew this known as the Spanish flu US amred. The army research center trace it through DNA to Tennessee picked Bush, and I want to ask you about Pierce, right? The science editor of the London Times he wrote in may of nineteen eighty-seven about an amazing correlation. He said that the seventeen countries with the most aids. That being Cy year Sambi, Brazil Haiti and others matched in exact sequence the seventeen with the most alleged smallpox vaccine. All right. Let's let our guest respond to that. Is there any indication at all such a connection there? I'm not aware of any of any of that of any of that they are that being connection like that. All right. More to come. We'll be back in just a moment. Thanks for calling. Consolidated Credit counseling services can help you. I sure hope so I'm in depth is it credit card bills. Yes, I have to credit cards that are making minimum payments on and another that I'm behind on. I oh about five thousand dollars what interest rates you've hang between.
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"Jim Bohannon on NewsRadio ten twenty Katie k. Down here sitting in for Jim Bohannon. Let's shift gears a little bit here by now you probably have heard about the controversy around a playful song. It's banter, I have to admit last year when this came up I predicted what would happen last year where the first complaints, and they were kind of outliers. I'm talking about baby it's called outside. I think classic holiday song. It's banner of romance sex, even as a drink mentioned. And then this year the next step happened with the PC people. They complained to a radio station in Cleveland who stopped playing it. I don't think they had a million complaints. So you've heard, you know, the baby it's cold outside. But did you know that there's a PC version out there, and it's not a parody? I think these people put it out in order to say this is how the song of this romance. And the guy saying, but baby it's called outside. You know, how is this such a big deal? Well stations are dropping it. I predict by next year, a lot more of them will drop it and had there'd be people coming after you. If you say what's wrong with this song? It's written in the forties. Come on. It's nothing harmful about it. Here is the PC version now notice how the guy acquiesced to the woman saying, I gotta get home. And all yeah. I wouldn't want to keep you here. And I'll text you later, and all this type of stuff are men today really supposed to follow this version a baby it's cold outside. I have been.
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"Jim Bohannon on the offbeat. Researchers Brian Sheldon and Paul Dodgson co authored the book, did you just eat that too. Scientists explored double dipping the five second rule and other food myths in the lab next time, you're at a birthday party of their about to blow out the candles talking. Luckily are now breeding we're releasing bar aerosol small water droplets in the air, and they carry bacteria from my mouth. And so when you're actually blowing with with a purpose, you're actually driving out more of those in a concentrated streaming with you will at that doesn't curb your appetite if someone is sick or carrying a flu bug or whatever they're going to be likely and study has shown releasing these viral particles into the air be on the cake care does sheriff's back taking your hand in a bag of popcorn. I keep touch the contaminate surface, and then you're actually contaminated popcorn and putting your mouth at the same time. We also found that popcorn it in the bag. Had some contamination to it. When you stick your hand in you could wear gloves is dependent upon how how clean your hands are if he weren't wearing gloves by now, you may be considering washing your hands with a brillo pad. But don't do it that way starting a warm water ranch, then lathering up push so for about twenty seconds, and then calling that with a warm water ranch as for hand-driers if you've ever looked at some of the intakes or the air is pulled into the handwriting. It's constantly pulling in dust and anything from the room making concentrate at that level, then you turn the handwriting on in your circulating. This Ed Brian edge germ of the notion. Armrest and the such you're you're sitting on there been a number of studies showing that they are highly contaminated in fact, oftentimes contaminated with fecal matter. There must be a cleaner way. But pollen Bryan have a mouthful to say regarding food for thought on what one notch. We don't all get sick every day. Therefore, just pretend you didn't hear this bone apetite the offbeat I'm Jim Bohannon America in the morning for November.
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"Exploring that it's Jim Bohannon on the offbeat Beat Jason champion of Houston, and the owner operator champion video a video store that's something kind of a bygone era but there's. Still a rental stores alive and in which makes champion, video a bit of a throwback something kind of started. As a collection of a big a big movie fan and the collection kind of grew and. I was trying to think of a of, an interesting way to display all of it That I will want, to turn into the video store and then let you know my friends come, and rent them, and then went from there into just having it open to the public have people come by rent movies like? They used to do in the days blockbuster the mom and pop. Video stores, Jason only started his VHS tape collection recently I've always kind. Of been a collector, at heart but as far as movies go on VHS probably collect, there for, the past five, or six years as for store space would I I it was in my garage is now and what is supposed to, be the the master bedroom, of my apartment all climate controlled inside the kind. Of protect the tapes from the you, know the humidity is pretty bad in Houston in Texas and Darryl adding to the ambiance there's a. Bunch of promotional posters and big cardboard cutouts dandies candy, machine big stand up arcade American graffiti here we come. And on the cheap someone comes in and they want to donate money to what I'm doing And then I turned around and use that to just buy more tapes? Or more decorations if you will for the video store follow Jason. On social, media on Instagram it's at champion video and on Facebook it's. Simply champion video as. Well Jason's collection is all VHS tape no DVD's have some in, my personal, collection but not, in the store I'm trying to keep it strictly you know dead media VHS very historic stuff I'm kind of going backwards Walia learn about his..
"jim bohannon" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"David welcome. To the Jim Bohannon show Thank you Here's my concern is that eventually she's going to run out of. Everyone's money She starts putting all these policies And you know the, thing is is that you. Know I'm only forty one saddled Know by the time I, get to retire she, if she is you know Drying her ideas into. Effect, I'm gonna have to work you know not, only to eighty ninety, one yes Yeah Being able to retire at sixty five and be able to have enough energy and motivation and mobility as a disabled better to actually enjoy the last twenty or thirty years of my. Life, well, listen, David I thank thanks for your service. Now, see I see her rather than as a. Threat we always take threat. Seriously I see her as an opportunity because the more she goes around now pushing this and saying dumb things like people are working two. Jobs that's why unemployment is. Low the more opportunity is here to expose exactly what you're talking, about what socialism leads to how dumb it, is how it's not a new idea and how Venezuela's out there as a story that tells a cautionary. Tale Well here here's how I see her she is an opportunity just few ignorance Yes that's. Exactly right but she's not skillful enough herself to. Play playoff, that, his, ignorance I see. Her as ignorant to thank you David all right eight six? Six fifty JIMBO can you imagine this is the figure going even Nancy Pelosi I think noses Bernie certainly knows it, and he hit. Me up on this student. Loan,.
"jim bohannon" Discussed on WLOB
"Welcome back to the jim bohannon show this is amazing story the one that's told in the saboteur and all the more amazing by virtue of the fact that it it actually happened this was a novel but this basic story actually took place when you go about writing a novel andrew grossed you feel compelled to be accurate anomaly une big picture things but little picture things like if somebody says that they they ate at a certain restaurant in a hotel in london is it important to you that that restaurant was actually in that hotel in nineteen forty three i used to when i started out my career i wrote books with jim patterson and he always had a saying never let the truth interfere interfere with a good plot device so that the but the truth is when you're writing stuff of sort of not only historical precedent but stuff that becomes extremely meaningful both in terms of the course of history or as i did in this previous book which was the one man which was a holocaust story that was built off my own family history the burden of truth is a whole lot higher than anything i had previously done so the answer is yes in that respect the other thing is that the beauty of these historically set novels is in the richness the details and you know if you can sports someone and just make them feel as if they are now in norway for instance says this book is in nineteen forty three and you feel the you know everything from the ferocity of the storms that took place there that you know would would would have killed far any lesser man than these commandos or you know one person facing you know the odds of of literally holding off you know a twenty germans while while they were trying to make their way inside a factory you you in order to make someone sort of feel that they're set there then yes i think what you say whether it's a restaurant in london or whether it's exactly what took place there what you wanna do is amplify the emotions as only fiction can do but i think accuracy becomes vital one eight six six five zero jimbo one eight six six five zero five four six two six with andrew.
"jim bohannon" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"To the jim bohannon show the olympics are a time theoretically at least of of great piece of great international cooperation of great understanding of bringing people together sometimes that works better than it does at other times oliver hill gms has taken a look at a special period berlin thirty six sixteen days in august it is published by other and it's a lively account of the 19th six olympics told who the voices and stories of those who actually witnessed other all kinds of things that have happened there that i i'd never heard about before like an american tourist breaking through security and managing to kiss hitler really it was really one of the lowest in a this is really unbelievable and a kind of also the shocking because american eighty her name was allowed the free she wants to europe with her hopping josh from california and carl i was completely opposite passed by the idea of taking it slow and keeping it and then on the not stay in the olympic state in industry stayed you off the olympic his field i'm sitting there and the stadium and then com hostile dot and comma event on hitler and then you know he wants to whiting his kick the truce on postcards for for for some people and then carlos in front of hitler and she opened her her basket and then she she took a photo pamela she took people and you know nobody's fault kirk sheikh with half.
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"Sixty seven tonight down to your dental in for jim bohannon uh but that song as stuck around it's amazing and i think most people listening here it a bigger deal than i would have thought when i heard how ill he was and um you know it's been a week for that charles manson david cassidy i don't know who the third would be the third that jumps out at you but let's go to charlie in dubuque iowa next hr we welcome to the jim bohannon show although he donned average let's give them to your your family thank you save you and yours you're talking about all march actually get thursday office part ii and giving the day off their 22 years i've always on the road actually i wanna rode right now welcome graduation that's good i mean this is to me thanksgiving i'm going to say the next hour again to i think it's the best holiday because basically it's only about family it's not about presence or anything else i gotcha there you're talking about home are channel i'm sixty years old and you know i know my watching it once in a while i talk to you before i'm from philadelphia by a little high went up um but uh i told you before but you know once in a while i kinda like the watch stuff like that you know just you know was cheese like you said you know what you hear anything to going to speak it was all the trigger more oil storage going on in the world today it's kind of nice just to see a happy ending well it's it's more than a happy indeed i agree with you charlie millennials are watching it because they're stability here there's homeownership there's steady relationships they are our jobs things seem to be normal they're never seems to be some a cataclysmic event you know what i mean it the world works in in the whole march channel it'll hear it yet you're so they're part i i look at my wife please don't let large while the in my wife we'd go along where gene geno in fact it at each.