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"jim eggs" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

How Do We Fix It?

02:21 min | 2 months ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

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"jim eggs" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

How Do We Fix It?

05:23 min | 8 months ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

"And counties adopt voting by mail. So we have a piece of technology called Belt Scout which tracks. Vote by mail ballots sometimes called absentee ballots through the mail just like you would have Amazon package. So you can get text messages about your ballot being. Received that it's on its way election administrators contract. Oh, like the ballots lost in this postal facility have to get that figured out and as more and more Americans are moving to vote by mail every year. Trying. To make sure that that's really modern and good experience for people. It's how do we fix it? I'm Richard David and Jim eggs. This episode is funded with a grant from solutions journalism network, and it's part of their initiative renewing democracy to encourage reporting about how people in institutions are trying to reinvigorate democracy in communities across the country. Now more from Seth, flax men of democracy works. Tell us about your mission us about why that's needed. Why we have a problem here that needs to be fixed. We fix it. So, the mission is to improve civic participation. By making them more seamless in modern voting experience for voters and also with election administrators. And the reason why it's necessary goes back to sort of my original interest a decade ago and like why isn't the Internet revolutionizing the Public Sector Is because there isn't a lot of money to be made here. There isn't money to be made building a seamless voting experience that helps every voter vote in all elections in there isn't anyone with a real. Institutional incentive to be the person who fixes that do you feel that by twenty, twenty, four it will be much better. You know. I. Imagine a world where like every eligible voter in the country. Over two hundred and thirty million Americans is getting a reminder about when wear out of vote in every one of their elections have this personalized experience for being a voter in American democracy are most people who signed up relatively young. Yes over sixty percent are millennials are younger. On the service. So essentially reflecting..

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"jim eggs" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

How Do We Fix It?

05:35 min | 8 months ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

"Crisis told us anything it told us the government really matters and government can be the difference during living or dying. Are Their governments elsewhere outside of of the United States and and Great Britain, and perhaps even other parts of the West that have something to teach us about technology and how that can be used to make government more efficient and deliver services better. Legrand argument of of of of this book is that from the year, if you go back a fifteen hundred. China was head of the West and West bloodstain battlefield Bab government, and what's happened since then is that the West is pulled ahead of the east for many reasons, capitalism and the rest of it but one of those reasons is they constantly reinvented improved. Governments in line with you thinking a new technology. So when you get up to about nineteen sixty, you have a world in which the West is massively ahead of the east in terms of the quality of its government. A now, I would say what the crisis revealed is that the he's probably better at West, which is an extraordinary change and the reason for batches that better. Things better employing technology to get to that collective. And I would say the Catholic abyss example of countries that have done. This is Singapore that very, very good at harnessing technology to serve the public I suppose that using intelligent technology sue managed that society in a more efficient way and I think that's if you look at the list of the world's intelligence cities I think is as it would be cool. We'll most of them are in the Far East. This is how do we fix it? I'm Jim eggs and I'm Richard. Davies where speaking with Adrian Wooldridge the CO author of the new book the wakeup call how the pandemic has exposed the weakness of the West and how to fix it. We're back with Adrian Wooldridge, the political editor of the Economist and author of the new book the wake up call. So a superficial reading of your argument might sound like you're just in favor of a more effective more powerful government. It's essentially a left-wing argument, but it's really not where do you part company with the left on how to manage the role of government? Well I mean we come at this subject both of us from classical liberal tradition, which is that what really matters is the freedom of the individual and the government's insofar as it can help individual to reach a since never life of of of freedom productivity..

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"jim eggs" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

How Do We Fix It?

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

"To what extent does his action his views promote antisemitism or at least promote an environment in which anti Semitism thrives. I think my colleague at the Times Brad Stevens evens put this in the most memorable way which is that. Donald Trump has dismantled the moral guardrails that keep bigotry down. Meaning there there are norms in societies right and Donald Trump has sort of not just dismantled. It done it with relish and glee just to to pick a tiny recent example there is a fundamentalist or conspiratorial news. Streaming service called True News. There's a guy on there who's newscaster fundamentalists fundamentalist. His name is Rick Wells Rick while sat down for an interview with Donald Trump junior requires was called on by the president of the United States in a news conference and Rick quiles went on his station two weeks ago and said the impeachment hearings are not actually impeachment hearings. It's a Juku and its attempt to replace replace the president with a Jewish cabal so that is the kind of thing that trump has normalized and it is unbelievably dangerous and it is not a coincidence. That white supremacist assists like Richard. Spencer have been drawn to his banner. It's how do we fix it. I'm Richard Navy and I'm Jim eggs and we're speaking with Barry Weiss the author of the new book how to fight anti-semitism Anti Semitism. We'll be right back and.

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"jim eggs" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Steel to prevent trucks from are from driving into the buildings. They've got a folks armed with automatic weapons semiautomatic weapons military capital police, they've got all kinds of barriers surrounding the capitol building. Well, why do they do that? Protect it protects it active and their effective. So I say what's good enough for members of congress should be good enough for the American people. I'm with you. Mark. Couple of twelve foot high. I mean it works Martin. I love your show above everything. On my on my subscription to blaze TV two days ago. And I love it already. Thanks, brother. And God bless you. Merry christmas. Jim egg harbor New Jersey. I know well where it is Sirius satellite. Go how you doing Mark? My name is Jim I'm going break Arbor township New Jersey just wanted to say thank you for all you do me, and my I'm a disabled vet one hundred percents service connected. Disabled. Yeah. So, you know, it's okay. But was watching today, and I saw the Chuck Schumer ran on the Senate floor, and my fiance's not that big into politics looked at me. She goes are you joking me? It was almost as bad as the deplorable comment that Nancy Pelosi made. He had stated that the base would never be satisfied. All we want is for country to be secure. All we want is for rational people to realize what this border security means and what the people want and it very frustrating. Yeah. And they put down the American people, and they try and marginalized the American people as if these hardcore left wing kooks are the mainstay of this country this country would be far more effective and prosperous if there were less than them and more of us. All right, my friend. Thank you for your service. I wish you merry Christmas. Tim, Sherman, Texas, the great WB AP go. Are you doing tonight Mark and happy holidays merry Christmas to you, sir? Thank you. You too. I wanted to call a couple of points. One thing you, and I have a little bit of an indirect connection because back from the day. I wasn't advance man for mayor. Pete Wilson news chief of staff Bob white, which led me into being an advance man for President Reagan when he was still governor running for the presidency. And by the way, p Wilson was a great governor. Oh, without a doubt. Actually, probably the last great governor California's at that's correct. I ended was Gray Davis after that. And everything went downhill. More than a glorified concierge Juno. But it was still tremendous. Just even tertiary doll with the Reagan administration for three years. The reason I was calling. Oh, and I met your boss have different occasions, by the way. The reason I was calling is I appreciate what you addressed with Mr. Horowitz's article earlier and the parliamentary aspects with regards to the legislative process. Here's my question because I understand all of that. And I understand the sixty votes is the rule to end, the filibuster, etc. And I agree with you. Now that I've heard it that letting the filibuster. Go might be the best thing to happen. But my question is why was this five point seven billion not put forward as a reconciliation to the existing budget Bill, but rather as a standalone piece of legislation because it had been put through reconciliation if you know, the filibuster wouldn't even be allowed. It's a damn good question. Or why not have fought this out when I brought it up in April twenty seventeen in other words, why now but look better now than never but still. And you know, what they still have a winning hand. They still have the Robert's rules the parliamentary rules that they can use in the Senate. If McConnell wanted to use them they could wear down. The Democrats is Daniel Horowitz was explaining based on the expert that he cited might take a couple of weeks. So what most people are on vacation. Now's the time to do it. But you know, you won't hear this the media. Instead says we need sixty votes. So who's gonna blink first? They turn it into a personality contest. It's like today. The chief Justice of the United States is proven again that he's a disgrace votes with all the leftists on the court to prevent the president of the United States from enforcing stronger asylum rules in the in the media reports that is a loss for Trump's not a loss for Trump. It's a loss for the American people. But this is the way they are my friend. They anyway, I wanna thank.

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"jim eggs" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"They are great gifts. I know you can believe in them. And I know you can get them right away. But you have to act now. Eight four four levintv eight four four l e v I n TV. Ben, San Diego, California on the Mark Levin app. Go. Love your show. Thank you. So real quick. I said, I'm I'm born and raised in San Diego. I spent a lot of times a lot of time in the east mountains out there and a buddy of mine had some property out in a little town, eighty miles east of San Diego right on the border, and we would and do target shooting out there in about eighteen years ago or maybe fifteen they built a section a border wall and assist that corrugated metal. You see twelve foot high or whatever. And Mark the difference in trash and water bottles, and and people coming through there. When the wall is up now to before it was is dramatically changed. I mean before it was scary. Right. I mean, you you have to be armed in a teeth just to walk on your own property out there. And now the fences up, you don't see all the trash and water bottles. You don't see people running through there. And then there's another. There's a section probably another. Two miles pass my buddies property. It's really rugged, and they couldn't get any sense in there. And that's why we're everybody crossing the border patrol just sits there and pick some all up. So I mean, the fans works and even one of their spots. They can't get it it kind of funnels everybody. And and you know, anyone that says a wall or cousin workman? I I've seen it happen. You know, I it the reason the Democrats oppose it is because it does work. That's why they oppose it. The Democrats find all kinds of things that don't work. The reason they oppose it is because they know it's effective. And you're exactly right. Ben. That is correct. And anyone that says, you know, any of the wall work just tell them. Hey, take the front door off your house then. If barriers don't work. Oh, take your front door. Don't lock barriers. Don't work. We've been to Capitol Hill lately. Probably not you're in San Diego Bay got. They've got a barriers that pop out of the ground solid steel to prevent trucks from from driving into the buildings. They've got folks are armed with automatic weapons semiautomatic weapons military capital police, they've got all kinds of barriers surrounding the capitol building. Well, why did they do that? Protects it protects it effective and their effectiveness. So I say what's good enough for members of congress should be good enough for the American people. A couple of cantor. Hi. I mean, it it works Mark. I love your show above everything. Do I just on my on my subscription that blaze TV days ago? And I love it already. Thanks, brother. And God bless you. Merry christmas. Jim egg harbor New Jersey. I know well where it is Sirius satellite. Go. How you doing Mark? My name is Jim I'm calling Frank Arbor township New Jersey just wanted to say, thank you for all you do me, and my I'm a disabled vet one hundred percents service connected. Disabled. Watch. Yeah. So, you know, it's okay. But was watching today, and I saw the Chuck Schumer ran on the Senate floor, and my fiance is not that big into politics. Looked at me. She goes are you joking me? It was almost as bad as the deplorable comment that Nancy Pelosi made when he had stated that the base would never be satisfied. All we want is for our country to be secure. All we want is for rational people to realize what this border security means. And what the actual people want it very frustrating. Yeah. And they put down the American people, and they try and marginalized the American people as if these hardcore left wing kooks are the mainstay of this country this country would be far more effective and prosperous if there were less than them and more of us. All right, my friend and thank you for your service. I wish you marry Christmas. Tim, Sherman, Texas, the great WBAI. Go. Are you doing tonight Mark and happy holidays merry Christmas to you, sir? Thank you. And you too. I wanted to call a couple of points. One thing you, and I have a little bit of an indirect connection because back in the day. I wasn't advanced man for mayor Pete Wilson his chief of staff Bob white, which led me into being an advanced man for President Reagan when he was still governor running for the presidency. And by the way, p Wilson was a great governor. Oh, without a doubt, actually, probably last great governor California's hat, that's correct. Yeah. I n dad was Gray Davis after that everything went downhill. The manage? I'll be more than a glorified concierge you. But it was still tremendous. The even cursory evolved with the Reagan administration for three years. The reason I was calling me calling. I met your boss. Check me different occasions, by the way. The reason I was calling is I appreciate what you address with Mr. Horowitz's article earlier and the parliamentary aspects which regards to the legislative process. Here's my question because I understand all of that. And I understand the sixty votes is is the rule to end, the filibuster, etc. And I agree with you. Now that I've heard it that leading the filibuster. Go might be the best thing to happen. But my question is why was this five point seven billion not put forward as a reconciliation to the existing budget Bill, but rather as a standalone teachable legislation because if it had been put to reconciliation if you know, the filibuster wouldn't even be allowed. It's a damn good question. Or why not have fought this out when I brought it up in April twenty seventeen in other words, why now, but look better now than never but still, and you know, what they still have a winning hand. And they still have the Robert's rules the parliamentary rules that they can use in the Senate. If McConnell wanted to use them, they could wear down the Democrats as Daniel Horowitz was explaining based on the expert that he cited it might take a couple of weeks. So what most people are on vacation. Now's the time to do it. But you know, you won't hear this the media instead says we need sixty votes. So who's gonna blink first? They turn it into a personality contest. It's like today. The chief Justice of the United States has proven again that he's a disgrace votes with all the leftists on the court to prevent the president of the United States from enforcing stronger asylum rules. In the in the media reports that is a loss for Trump's not a loss for Trump. It's a loss for the American people. But this is the way they are my friend. Anyway, I wanna thank you for your call, Tim you take care. All right. I gotta find this Mr. producer. Let's see you, ladies and gentlemen. Let's take a little break. I'll be right back. While five point nine FM. The FBI in its partners honor the memory of the two hundred seventy people murdered in the terrorist attack on pan. Am flight one zero three thirty years ago this month? Passengers from twenty one countries mostly Americans were in route to New York from London when a bomb on board the jetliner exploded above Lockerbie Scotland and alleged Libyan intelligence officer was sentenced to life behind bars, but FBI at Scottish investigators say others were involved. The case called Scott bomb remains open a permanent memorial to the victims was presented at a remembrance service at FBI headquarters in Washington DC, FBI director, Christopher Ray. We in the FBI.

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"jim eggs" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"They are great gifts. I know you can believe in them. And I know you can get them right away. But you have to act now. Eight four four levintv eight four four l e v I n TV. Ben, San Diego, California on the Mark Levin app. Go. How you doing love your show? Thank you. So real quick. Like you said I'm born and raised in San Diego. I spent a lot of times a lot of time in the east mountains out there in a buddy of mine had some property out in the little town about eighty miles east of San Diego right on the border, and we would hunting and target shooting out there in about eighteen years ago or maybe fifteen they built a section of border wall. And it's just that corrugated metal you see twelve foot high or whatever and Mark the difference in trash and water bottles, and and people coming through there when the wall is up now before it was is dramatically changed. I mean before it was scary. Right. I mean, you have to be armed to the teeth just to walk in your own property out there. And now the answers. You don't see all the trash and water bottles. You don't see people running through there. And then there's another. There's a section probably another. Two miles pass my buddies property. It's really rugged and they couldn't get any fence in there. And that's right where everybody crossing the border patrol just sits there and picks them all up. So I mean, the fence works spots. They can't get it. It kind of funnels everybody and. And anyone that says a wall or a fence doesn't work, man? I I've seen it happen. You know, I it the reason the Democrats oppose it because it does work. That's why oppose it the Democrats fund all kinds of things that don't work. The reason they oppose it is because they know it's effective in. You're exactly right. Ben. That is correct in anyone that says, you know, a wall work just tell them. Hey, take the front door off your house then. If barriers don't work take your front door off or don't lock all barriers. Don't work. We've been to Capitol Hill lately. Probably not you're in San Diego. They got they've got a barriers that pop out of the ground solid steel to prevent trucks from are from driving into the buildings. They've got a folks armed with automatic weapons semiautomatic weapons military capital police, they've got all kinds of barriers surrounding the capitol building. Well, why do they do that? Protects it protects it, and they're active. So I say what's good enough for members of congress should be good enough for the American people. With your Mark. And like I said that out. A couple of pieces at ten twelve foot high. I mean, it it works Martha. I love your show above everything. Do I just on my on my subscription to blaze TV two days ago? And I love it already. Thanks, brother. God blessing member merry Christmas. Jim egg harbor New Jersey. I know well where it is Sirius satellite. Go how you doing Mark? My name is Jim. I'm calling harbor township New Jersey just wanted to say thank you for all you do me, and my I'm a disabled vet one hundred percents service connected. Disabled. Yeah. So, you know, it's okay. But was watching today and saw the Chuck Schumer ran on the Senate floor, and my fiance is not that big into politics. Looked at me. She goes are you joking me? It was almost as bad as the deplorable comment that Nancy Pelosi made he had stated that the base would never be satisfied. All we want is for our country to be secure. All we want is for rational people to realize what this border security means and what the people want and it's very frustrating. Yeah. And they put down the American people, and they try and marginalized the American people as if these hardcore left wing kooks are the mainstay of this country this country would be far more effective and prosperous if there were less than them and more of us. All right, my friend and thank you for your service. I wish you a marry Christmas. Tim, Sherman, Texas, the great WBA pay go doing tonight, Mark and happy holidays merry Christmas to you, sir. Thank you and YouTube. I wanted to call a couple of points. One thing you, and I have a little bit of an indirect connection because back in the day. I wasn't advancement for mayor Pete Welshman chief of staff five white which led me into being an advanced man for President Reagan. But when he was still governor running for the presidency, and by the way, p Wilson was a great governor. Oh, without a doubt, actually, probably the last great governor California's hat, that's correct. I n dad was Gray Davis after that. And everything went downhill. The being advance man is nothing more than a glorified concierge Juno. But it was still tremendous to be. Guests even cursory evolved with the Reagan administration for three years. The reason I was calling Cohen. I met your boss have nation up your different occasions, by the way, the reason I was calling is. And I appreciate what you address with Mr. Horowitz's article earlier and the parliamentary aspects with regards to the legislative process. Here's my question because I understand all of that. And I understand the sixty votes is the rule to end, the filibuster, etc. And I agree with you. Now that I've heard it that letting the filibuster. Go might be the best thing to happen. But my question is why was this five point seven billion not put forward as a reconciliation to the existing budget Bill, but rather as a standalone teachable legislation because if it had been put through is reconciliation, if you know filibuster wouldn't even be allowed. It's a damn good question. Or why not have fought this out when I brought it up in April twenty seventeen in other words, why now, but look better now than never but still, and you know, what they still have a winning hand. They still have the Robert's rules the parliamentary rules that they can use in the Senate. If McConnell wanted to use them, they could wear down the Democrats as Daniel Horowitz was explaining based on the expert that he cited it might take a couple of weeks. So what most people are on vacation. Now's the time to do it. But you know, you won't hear this the media. Instead says we need sixty. Votes. So who's gonna blink first? They turn it into a personality contest. It's like today. The chief Justice of the United States has proven again that he's a disgrace votes with all the leftists on the court to prevent the president of the United States from enforcing stronger asylum rules in the in the media reports that as a loss for Trump's a loss for Trump. It's a loss for the American people. But this is the way they are my friend. They anyway, I wanna thank you for your call, Tim you take care. All right. I gotta find this Mr. producer..

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"jim eggs" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on KTOK

"A couple pieces of ten twelve foot high. I mean it works Mark. I love your show above everything you do. I just bought my bought my subscription to blaze TV two days ago. And I love it already. Thanks, brother. And God bless you and have a merry Christmas. Jim egg harbor New Jersey. I know well where it is Sirius satellite. Go how you doing Mark? My name is Jim I'm calling Frank Arbor township New Jersey just wanted to say, thank you for all you do me, and my I'm a disabled vet one hundred percents service connected. Disabled. Yeah. So, you know, it's okay. But was watching today, and I saw the Chuck Schumer rant on the Senate floor and might beyond saying is not that big into politics. Looked at me. She goes are you joking me? It was almost as bad as the deplorable comment. That Nancy Pelosi made stated that the base would never be satisfied. All we want is for our country to be secure. All we want is for rational people to realize what this border security means and what the actual people want and it's very frustrating. Yeah. And they put down the American people, and they try and marginalized the American people as if these hardcore left wing kooks are the mainstay of this country this country would be far more effective and prosperous if there were less than them and more of us. All right, my friend and thank you for your service. I wish you marry Christmas. Tim, Sherman, Texas, the great WBA P go are you doing tonight, Mark and happy holidays merry Christmas to you, sir? Thank you. And you too. I wanted to call a couple of points. One thing you, and I have a little bit of an indirect connection because back in the day. I wasn't advance man for mayor. Pete Wilson chief of staff Bob white, which led me into being an advance man for President Reagan when he was still governor running for the presidency, and by the way, p Wilson was a great governor. Oh, without a doubt, actually, probably the last great governor California's had that's correct. Yeah. I n dad was Gray Davis after that. And everything went downhill. The. Oh, man is nothing more than a glorified concierge, you know, but it was still tremendous to be. Just even cursory evolved with the Reagan administration for three years. The reason I was calling. Oh, and I met your boss. Sneaks different occasions, by the way. The reason I was calling is I appreciate what you address with Mr. Horowitz's article earlier and the parliamentary aspects with regards to the legislative process. Here's my question because I understand all of that. And I understand the sixty votes is the rule to end the filibuster etcetera. And I agree with you. Now that I've heard it that leading the filibuster. Go might be the best thing to happen. But my question is why was this five point seven billion not put forward as a reconciliation to the existing budget Bill, but rather as a standalone teachable legislation because it had been put to reconciliation that you know, the filibuster wouldn't even be allowed. It's a damn good question. Or why not have fought this out when I brought it up in April twenty seventeen in other words, why now, but look better now than never but still, and you know, what they still have a winning hand. They still have the Robert's rules the parliamentary rules that they can use in the Senate. If McConnell wanted to use them, they could wear down the Democrats Daniel Horowitz was explaining based on the expert that he cited it might take a couple of weeks. So what most people are on vacation. Now's the time to do it. But you know, you won't hear this the media instead says we need sixty votes. So who's gonna blink first? They turn it into a personality contest. It's like today. The chief Justice of the United States has proven again that he's a disgrace votes with all the leftists on the court to prevent the president of the United States from enforcing stronger asylum rules in the in the media report. That is a loss for Trump's. I lost for Trump. It's a loss for the American people. But this is the way they are my friend. They anyway, I wanna thank you for your call, Tim you take care. All right. I gotta find this Mr. producer. Let's see, ladies and gentlemen. Let's take a little break. I'll be right back. Mm-hmm..

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"jim eggs" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on KTRH

"Couple of pieces of ten twelve foot high. I mean it works Mark. I love your show above everything. Do I just on my on my subscription to blaze TV two days ago? And I love it already. Thanks brother, and God bless you. And merry Christmas. Jim egg harbor New Jersey. I know well where it is Sirius satellite. Go. How you doing Mark? My name is Jim. I'm calling harbor township New Jersey just wanted to say thank you for all you do me, and my I'm a disabled vet one hundred percents service connected. Disabled watch. Yeah. So, you know, it's okay. But was watching today, and I saw the Chuck Schumer ran on the Senate floor, and my fiance's not that big into politics looked at me. She goes are you joking me? It was almost as bad as the deplorable comment. That Nancy Pelosi made had stated that the base would never be satisfied. All we want is for our country to be secure. All we want is for rational people to realize what this border security means and what the actual people want and it's very frustrating. Yeah. And they put down the American people, and they try and marginalized the American people as if these hardcore left wing kooks. Are the mainstay of this country? This country would be far more effective and prosperous if there were less than them and more of us. All right, my friend and thank you for your service. I wish you marry Christmas. Tim Sherman, Texas, the great WBA pay go. Are you doing tonight Mark and happy holidays merry Christmas to you, sir? Thank you. And you too. I wanted to call a couple of points. One thing you, and I have a little bit of an indirect connection because back from the day. I wasn't advance man for mayor. Pete Wilson is chief of staff Bob white, which led me into being an advance man for President Reagan when he was still governor running for the presidency. And by the way, p Wilson was a great governor. Oh, without a doubt. Actually, probably the last great governor California's at that's correct. Yeah. I n de was Gray Davis after that. And everything went downhill. The being in advance man is nothing more than a glorified concierge, you know, but it was still tremendous to be. Just even tertiary usually evolved with the Reagan administration for three years. The reason I was calling. I met your boss at different occasions, by the way. And the reason I was calling is. And I appreciate what you address with Mr. Horowitz's article earlier and the parliamentary aspects with regards to the legislative process. Here's my question because I understand all of that. And I understand the sixty votes is the rule to end the filibuster etcetera. And I agree with you. Now that I've heard it letting the filibuster. Go might be the best thing to happen. But my question is why was this five point seven billion not put forward as a reconciliation to the existing budget Bill, but rather as a standalone piece of legislation because if it had been put through a reconciliation if you know, the filibuster wouldn't even be allowed. It's a damn good question. Or why not have fought this out when I brought it up in April twenty seventeen in other words, why now but look better now than never but still. And you know, what they still have a winning hand. They still have the Robert's rules the parliamentary rules that they can use in the Senate. If McConnell wanted to use them they could wear down. The Democrats is Daniel Horowitz was explaining based on the expert that he cited it might take a couple of weeks. So what most people are on vacation. Now's the time to do it. But you know, you won't hear this the media. Instead says we need sixty votes. So who's gonna blink first? They turn it into a personality contest. It's like today. The chief Justice of the United States has proven again that he's a disgrace votes with all the left us on the court to prevent the president of the United States from enforcing stronger asylum rules in the in the media reports that is a loss for Trump's subtle loss for Trump. It's a loss for the American people. But this is the way they are my friend. They anyway, I wanna thank you for your call, Tim you take care. All right. I gotta find this Mr. producer. Let's see, ladies and gentlemen. Let's take a little break. I'll be right back. Mark levin. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h. Live is.

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"jim eggs" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"A couple pieces of ten twelve foot high. I mean it works Mark. I love your show above everything you do. I just on my. On my subscription to blaze TV two days ago. And I love it already. Thanks, brother. And God bless you. Merry christmas. Jim egg harbor New Jersey. I know well where it is Sirius satellite. Go how you doing Mark? My name is Jim I'm calling Frank Arbor township New Jersey just wanted to say, thank you for all you do me, and my I'm a disabled vet one hundred percents service connected. Disabled. Yeah. So, you know, it's okay. But was watching today and saw the Chuck Schumer ran on the Senate floor, and my fiance's not that big into politics looked at me. She goes are you joking me? It was almost as bad as the deplorable comment. That Nancy Pelosi stated that the base would never be satisfied. All we want is for our country to be secure. All we want is for rational people to realize what this border security means and what the actual people want and it's very frustrating. Yeah. And they put down the American people, and they try and marginalized the American people as if these hardcore left wing kooks are the mainstay of this country this country would be far more effective and prosperous if there were less than them in more of us. All right, my friend and thank you for your service. I wish you marry Christmas. Tim Sherman, Texas, the great WBA pay go. Are you doing tonight Mark and happy holidays merry Christmas to you, sir? Thank you. And you too. I wanted to call a couple of points. One thing you, and I have a little bit of an indirect connection because back from the day. I wasn't advanced man for mayor Pete Wilson his chief of staff Bob white, which led me into being an advanced man for President Reagan when he was still governor running for the presidency, and by the way, p Wilson was a great governor. Oh, without a doubt, actually, probably the last great governor California's hat, that's correct. Yeah. I ended was Gray Davis after that. And everything went downhill. The being in advance man is nothing more than a glorified concierges you, but it was still tremendous to be. Just even cursory evolved with the Reagan administration for three years. The reason I was calling. Oh, and I met your boss a few different occasions, by the way. The reason I was calling is. And I appreciate what you address with Mr. Horowitz's article earlier and the parliamentary aspects with regards to the legislative process. Here's my question because I understand all of that. And I understand the sixty votes is the rule to end, the filibuster, etc. And I agree with you. Now that I've heard it that leading the filibuster. Go might be the best thing to happen. But my question is why was this five point seven billion not put forward as a reconciliation to the existing budget Bill, but rather as a standalone teaching legislation because if it had been put through its reconciliation that you know, filibuster wouldn't even be allowed. It's a damn good question. Or why not afford this out when I brought it up in April twenty seventeen in other words, why now but look better now than never but still. And you know, what they still have a winning hand. They still have the Robert's rules the parliamentary rules that they can use in the Senate. If McConnell wanted to use them they could wear down. The Democrats is Daniel Horowitz was explaining based on the expert that he cited it might take a couple of weeks. So what most people are on vacation. Now's the time to do it. But you know, you won't hear this the media. Instead says we need sixty votes. So who's gonna blink first? They turn it into a personality contest. It's like today. The chief Justice of the United States has proven again that he's a disgrace votes with all the leftists on the court to prevent the president of the United States from enforcing stronger asylum rules in the in the media reports that is a loss for Trump's son lost for Trump. It's a loss for the American people. But this is the way they are my friend. They anyway, I wanna thank you for your call, Tim you take care. All right. I gotta find this Mr. producer. Let's see, ladies and gentlemen. Let's take a little break. I'll be right back. Mark levin. Mm-hmm..

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"jim eggs" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"San Diego, California on the Mark Levin app. Go. Are you doing love your show? Thank you. So real quick. I just said I'm born and raised in San Diego. I spent a lot of times a lot of time in the east mountains out there. A buddy of mine had some property out in a little town about eighty miles east of San Diego right on the border, and we would hunt and do target shooting out there in about eighteen years ago or maybe fifteen they built a section of border wall and assist dot corrugated. Metal you see twelve foot high or whatever. And Mark the difference in trash and water bottles, and and people coming through there. When the wall is up now before it was is dramatically changed. I mean before it was scary. Right. I mean, you have to be onto the teeth just to walk in your own property out there. Now, the fences up you don't see all the trash and water bottles. You don't see people running through there. And then there's another. There's a section probably another. Two miles pass my buddies property. It's really rugged, and they couldn't get any sense in there. And that's why we're everybody crossing the border patrol just sits there and take some all up. So I mean, the fans works and even one of their spots. They can't get it it kind of funnels everybody. And and you know, anyone that says a wall or a fence cousin workman? I I've seen it happen. You know, I it the reason the Democrats oppose it is because it does work. That's why they oppose it the Democrats fund all kinds of things that don't work. The reason they oppose it is because they know it's effective. And you're exactly right, Ben. That is correct. And anyone that says you the wall won't work just tell them. Hey, take the front door off your house then. Barriers. Don't work take your front door. Don't lock barriers. Don't work. We've been to Capitol Hill lately. Probably not you're in San Diego. They got they've got a barriers that pop out of the ground solid steel to prevent trucks from are from driving into the buildings. They've got folks armed with automatic weapons semiautomatic weapons military capital police, they've got all kinds of barriers surrounding the capitol building. Well, why do they do that? Protects it protects. It. And they're effective. So I say what's good enough for members of congress should be good enough for the American people. I'm with you. The couple pieces of twelve put high. I mean, it it works Mark. I love your show above everything you do just on my on my subscription to blaze TV two days ago. And I love it already. Thanks, brother. And God bless you. Merry christmas. Jim egg harbor New Jersey. I know well where it is Sirius satellite. Go you doing? How you doing Mark? My name is Jim. I'm calling rank Arbor township New Jersey just wanted to say thank you for. All you do me. My I'm a disabled vet one hundred percents service connected. Disabled. Yeah. So, you know, it's okay. But watching today, and I saw the Chuck Schumer ran on the Senate floor, and my fiance's not that big into politics looked at me. She goes are you joking me? It was almost as bad as the deplorable comment. That Nancy Pelosi made stated that the base would never be satisfied. All we want is for our country to be secure. All we want is for rational people to realize what this border security means. And what the actual people want very frustrating. Yeah. And they put down the American people, and they try and marginalized the American people as if these hardcore left wing kooks are the mainstay of this country this country would be far more effective and prosperous if there were less than them and more of us. All right, my friend and thank you for your service. I wish you marry Christmas. Tim Sherman, Texas, the great WBA pay go. Are you doing tonight Mark and happy holidays merry Christmas to you, sir? Thank you. And you too. I wanted to call a couple of points. One thing you, and I have a little bit of an indirect connection because back in the day. I wasn't advance man for mayor. Pete Wilson is chief of staff Bob white, which led me into being an advance man for President Reagan when he was still governor running for president. And by the way, p Wilson was a great governor. Oh, without a doubt, actually, probably the last great governor California's at that's correct. Yeah. I end was Gray Davis after that everything went downhill. Being an advanced manage I'll be more than a glorified concierge. Is you know, but it was still tremendous to be. Stephen even cursory evolved with the Reagan administration for three years. The reason I was calling me calling. I met your boss. Check me up your different occasions, by the way. The reason I was calling is I appreciate what you address with Mr. Horowitz's article earlier and the parliamentary aspects with regards to the legislative process. Here's my question because I understand all of that. And I understand sixty votes is is the rule to end, the filibuster, etc. And I agree with you. Now that I've heard that leading the filibuster. Go might be the best thing to happen. But my question is why was this five point seven billion not put forward as a reconciliation to the existing budget Bill? But rather at the standalone keeps legislation because it had been put through as a reconciliation if you know, the filibuster wouldn't even be allowed. It's a damn good question. Or why not have fought this out when I brought it up in April twenty seventeen in other words, why now, but look better now than never but still, and you know, what they still have a winning hand. And they still have the Robert's rules the parliamentary rules that they can use in the Senate. If McConnell wanted to use them, they could wear down the Democrats Daniel Horowitz was explaining based on the expert that he cited it might take a couple of weeks. So what most people are on vacation. Now's the time to do it. But you know, you won't hear this the media. Instead says we need sixty votes. So who's gonna blink first? They turned it into a personality contest. It's like today. The chief Justice of the United States has proven again that he's a disgrace votes with all the leftists on the court to prevent the president of the United States from enforcing stronger asylum rules in the in the media reports that as a loss for Trump's lost for Trump. It's a loss for the American people. But this is the way they are my friend. They anyway, I wanna thank you for your call, Tim you take care. All right. I gotta find this Mr. producer. Let's see, ladies and gentlemen. Let's take a little break. I'll be right back. Washington's mall, W M A L. Washington comes to talk. The seasons are changing and there's definitely a chill in the air. 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"jim eggs" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"They are great gifts. I know you can believe in them. And I know you can get them right away. But you have to act now. Eight four four levintv eight four four l e v I n TV. Ben, San Diego, California on the Mark Levin app. Go. How you doing love your show? Thank you. So real quick. Like you said, I'm I'm born and raised in San Diego. I spent a lot of times a lot of time in the east mountains out there in buddy of mine had some property out in the little town about eighty miles east of San Diego right on the border, and we would hunting and do target shooting out there in about eighteen years ago or maybe fifteen they built a section of border wall. And it's just that corrugated metal you see twelve foot high or whatever and Mark the difference in trash and water bottles, and and people coming through there when the wall is up now before it was is dramatically changed. I mean before it was scary. Right. I mean, you have to be armed to the teeth just to walk on your own property out there. And now the answers you don't see all the trash and water bottles. You don't see people running through there. And then there's another. There's a section probably another. Two miles pass my buddies property. It's really rugged and they couldn't get any fence in there. And that's right. We're everybody crossing the border patrol just sits there and picks them all up. So I mean, the fence works and even when there's spots they can't get it it kind of funnels everybody. And and you know, anyone that says a wall or a fence chosen workman. I I've seen it happen. You know, I it it the reason the Democrats oppose it is because it does work. That's why they oppose it the Democrats fund all kinds of things that don't work. Reason they oppose it is because they know it's effective in. You're exactly right. Ben. That is correct. And anyone who says, you know, the wall won't work just tell them. Hey, take the front door off your house, then you know, areas don't work take your front door offers. Don't lock it. Well, barriers don't work. We've been to Capitol Hill lately. Probably not you're in San Diego. They got they've got a barriers that pop out of the ground solid steel to prevent trucks from are from driving into the buildings. They've got folks armed with automatic weapons semiautomatic weapons military capital police, they've got all kinds of barriers surrounding the capitol building. Well, why do they do that? Protects it protects it effective and they're affected. So I say what's good enough for members of congress should be good enough for the American people with your Mark. And like I said about a couple of pieces of ten twelve foot high. I mean it works Mark. I love your show above everything do just on my on my subscription to blaze TV two days ago. And I love it already. Bank's brother and God bless you. And merry Christmas. Jim egg harbor New Jersey. I know well where it is Sirius satellite. Go how you doing Mark? My name is Jim I'm calling like Arbor township New Jersey just wanted to say, thank you for all you do me, and my I'm a disabled van one hundred percents service connected. Disabled. Yeah. So, you know, it's okay. But was watching today and saw the Chuck Schumer ran on the Senate floor, and my fiance is not that big into politics. Looked at me. She goes are you joking me? It was almost as bad as the deplorable comment that Nancy Pelosi made what he had stated that the base would never be satisfied. All we want is for our country to be secure. All we want is for rational people to realize what this border security means and what the actual people want and it's very frustrating. Yeah. And they put down the American people, and they try and marginalized the American people as if these hardcore left wing kooks are the mainstay of this country this country would be far more effective and prosperous if there were less than them in more of us. All right, my friend and thank you for your service. I wish you a Mary Christmas. Tim, Sherman, Texas, the great WBZ P go. Are you doing tonight Mark and happy holidays merry Christmas to you, sir? Thank you. And you too. I wanted to call a couple of points. One thing you, and I have a little bit of an indirect connection because back from the day. I wasn't advancement for mayor. Pete Wilson news chief of staff Bob white, which led me into being an advance man for President Reagan. But when he was still governor running for the presidency, and by the way, p Wilson was a great governor. Oh, without a doubt, actually, probably the last week governor California's hat, that's correct. I end was Bray Davis after that. And everything went downhill. The advancement is nothing more than a glorified concierge, you know, but it was still tremendous to be. Just even cursory evolved with the Reagan administration for three years. The reason I was calling. Oh, and I met your boss have different occasions, by the way. The reason I was calling is I appreciate what you addressed with Mr. Horowitz's article earlier and the parliamentary aspects with regards to the legislative process. Here's my question because I understand all of that. And I understand the sixty votes is the rule to end, the filibuster, etc. And I agree with you. Now that I've heard it that letting the filibuster. Go might be the best thing to happen. But my question is why would this five point seven billion not put forward as a reconciliation to the existing budget Bill, but rather as a standalone piece of legislation because it had been put through as reconciliation if you know filibuster wouldn't even be allowed. It's a damn good question. Or why not have fought this out when I brought it up in April twenty seventeen in other words, why now, but look better now than never, but still, and you know, what they still have a winning hand they still. We'll have the Robert's rules the parliamentary rules that they can use in the Senate. If McConnell wanted to use them they could wear down. The Democrats is Daniel Horowitz was explaining based on the expert that he cited it might take a couple of weeks. So what most people are on vacation. Now's the time to do it. But you know, you won't hear this the media instead says we need sixty votes. So who's gonna blink first? They turn it into a personality contest. It's like today. The chief Justice of the United States has proven again that he's a disgrace votes with all the leftists on the court to prevent the president of the United States from enforcing stronger asylum rules in the in the media reports that as a loss for Trump's at a loss for Trump. It's a loss for the American people. But this is the way they are my friend. They anyway, I wanna thank you for your call, Tim you take care. All right. I gotta find this Mr. produce. Let's see, ladies and gentlemen. Let's take a little break. I'll be right back..

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"jim eggs" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Solid steel to prevent trucks from are from driving into the buildings. They've got folks armed with automatic weapons semiautomatic weapons military capital police, they've got all kinds of barriers surrounding the capitol building. Well, why do they do that? Protects it protects it effective and their effectiveness. So I say what's good enough for members of congress should be good enough for the American people. On with you. Mark. The couple pieces of put high. I mean it works Mark. I love your show above everything you do. My. My subscription to blaze TV two days ago. And I love it already banks brother, and God bless you. Merry christmas. Jim egg harbor New Jersey. I know well where it is Sirius satellite. Go how you doing? Mark. My name is Jim I'm calling Frank Arbor township New Jersey just wanted to say, thank you for all you do me, and my I'm a disabled vet one hundred percents service connected. Disabled. Yeah. So, you know, it's okay. But was watching today, and I saw the Chuck Schumer ran on the Senate floor and might beyond say, he's not that big into politics. Looked at me. She goes are you joking me? It was almost as bad as the deplorable comment that Nancy Pelosi made what he stated that the base. Never be satisfied. All we want is for our country to be secure. All we want is for rational people to realize what this border security means. And what the actual people want very frustrating. Yeah. And they put down the American people, and they try and marginalized the American people as if these hardcore left wing kooks.

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"jim eggs" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

How Do We Fix It?

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

"Many of the Democrats biggest and most surprising victories were scored by women for instance, and I'm picking out of a hat here. Because there are many examples Abigail span burger defeated Dave brat. Who was a tea party darling in what was a deep red district in Virginia Kendra horn one in Oklahoma's fifth congressional district that hasn't been held by Democrats since nineteen seventy five and finally in Kansas, the moderate democrat Laura Kelly easily defeated the better known Republican crisco BAC in the governor's race. There were some key losses for women to. I mean, some of the more dramatic Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota Claire mccaskill from Michigan and in the house one that was but Jim not because they're women. I mean, for instance, Joe Donnelly in Indiana in the Senate race lost by a similar margin. It's our post-election fix it show. I'm Richard Davies, and I'm Jim eggs. It's how do we fix it? All right. Let's do a kind of a quick takes number one worries about money and politics are over for now if I told you a couple of years ago that a hedge fund billionaire port one hundred twenty million dollars into the mid term elections. Most people would be outraged in accept this year. When left wing hedge fund billionaire Tom Steiner from California port one hundred twenty million dollars in the midterms for candidates like Rorick and others. Nobody batted an eyelash. I agree dark money is not as big a problem as I once thought it was I wish there was a bit more sunlight around dark money that we knew exactly where these campaigns were being funded, and you do have the coke brothers and others on the right. But in almost every prominent race for the Senate and the house this time Democrats had plenty of money. And in most cases out raised Republicans trade did Trump's trade war. Actually hurt him. Now haven't seen anybody really dig into the numbers here. You're not seeing this as a national issue. But in a lot of Trump voting states. They also do a lot of manufacturing and a lot of farming. These are industries that are really being hit by the trade war any business that requires using steel or aluminum a lot of farm exports are really being threatened. And I would bet you in places like Michigan and Pennsylvania a lot of Republican voters are centrist voters either. They're in a business or they know someone who's businesses all of a sudden being challenged. So even though the economy's doing well overall certain people are being hurt. And I wouldn't be surprised if some of them are having second thoughts about this aspect of the Trump revolution and quietly deciding to go in a different direction. Gerrymandering is still a major problem. Democrats want a modest majority in the house, but if the seats had been fairly drawn it would have been a landslide. I mean Democrats had a popular vote margin of nearly eight percent overall in house races. That's a lot. Yeah. They wait. Wait, I got to push back on this. When does help. I didn't push back against you on the on the trade thing you said these are quick pass come on. Let's go. The war over ObamaCare is over just as the Washington Post. Megan mcardle predicted on our podcast. Jeez. It was couple of years ago. Once you put a program that big into effect and people get used to it and depend on it. It's really really hard to get the toothpaste back in the tube. Even though when Trump was elected a lot of Republicans are still angry about how Bama Kerr was passed. How was book pushing up their insurance costs? Nonetheless, people are afraid of it being dismantled their afraid of change. This thing is a done deal. Removing pre existing conditions is is a third rail at American even conservative Republicans were campaigning on I'm going to protect your you know, your right to to insurance with three of this team conditions. Yeah. That one's done abortion. Opponents are strengthened and especially in races in Missouri, North Dakota and Indiana where strong oppose. Conan's of abortion, replaced democratic senators that could mean a further weakening of protections that were put in place in the Roe versus Wade decision. Trump is half right about the media not that they're to me to him. Although sometimes they are..

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"jim eggs" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

How Do We Fix It?

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

"Longtime listeners of how do we fix it know that we have a studio watchdog Winston? But now we have to we terriers in the studio, and there seemed to be very excited about today's topic. Yeah, they're really tussling with each other something about discussing. I think one's a fan of Reagan. And the other one's definitely a critic. But what I liked about talking to Bob Spitz is something that we focused on a lot on this show. And that is the power of having an open mind. Here's a writer who didn't vote for Reagan. He's not really conservative. But he loves the story of this guy's what he calls his American Journey and in research studying it, it doesn't mean he's uncritical. But he he's able to put Reagan and a perspective that maybe someone who is a bigger fan or more ideologically aligned with Reagan's policies wouldn't have been able to. And I think he highlights what we often get wrong about our presidents that unlike a parliamentary system in Europe, our presidents, our head of government and head of state and Reagan used that whole sense of being head of state to change the mood of the country while he was in office and having lived through it. I have to say the mood really did change. People forget the seventies were really a mess. You know, you had the energy crisis. Oil prices gas prices were going through the roof. Incredible inflation yet the economy was just dragging along that didn't change overnight, but it did change and along with it came a much more optimistic mood in the country. People started starting businesses a lot more and incomes went up. Yeah. Those are the good things. But there were also some some pretty rough things that happened under Reagan e wasted billions in the war on drugs, which was a failure. He's slash spending in his first term. On programs such as food stamps that led to an increase in poverty at a time of growth in the economy, and he also is slow to recognize the aids epidemic as we mentioned what year would you rather have been alive in nineteen eighty or nineteen ninety me personally. I'd rather be alive in nineteen ninety. No question about it. But but we did become a more divided nation in terms of income disparities under Reagan than before him. And I also think that his rhetoric about government, which you probably disagree with me on this. I think it was really unhelpful. I don't think government is always the problem. I think we need rather than smaller government smarter government. Right. Well, the fact is the government really didn't go down in size the way people think that things that were described as huge cuts were often just a slightly lower level of growth in many programs where you, and I certainly can't agree is on communication style. He was a great communique. Later, and that was the label that many people gave to him and one reason why he was good at that. Was he was able to communicate with people who didn't agree with him. What was important about Reagan's communication style? Also was he had something to communicate? He had a solid set of believes in. What was good for the country and essential goodness of the country. And he repeated that again, and again, I think that's part of the reason he's remembered fairly warmly, even by people who didn't always agree with all the pulse is how do we fix it? I'm Richard, Dave. And I'm Jim egg producers Miranda Schaefer, we're production of Davies content. Thanks for listening..

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"jim eggs" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Line would snap but when he finished reeling in his cats july thirty realized he had caught a woman's purse distant relative fishing with him says that eight no fish that's a treasure among other things found inside were intact baby photos and credit cards to stores that no longer exists the purse belongs to april bolt she lost it on her boat in a nearby marina in 1992 she she says she remembers being upset because our favorite lipstick was in the purse and the color had been discontinued now she's got it back any king kfi news and ahead of president trump's trip to france the associated press did some really hard hitting reporting that a mystery man named jim since the campaign trump has told stories of a friend who loves paris the wild visit anymore because of safety concerns and i said jim lemme ask your question has paris doing barros i don't go there more powers is no longer pera as the ap put it yesterday whether jim eggs this is unclear the white house has not responded to the ap's requests for comment some news outlets of course jumped on the story with headlines about the president pass simply having an imaginary friend named jim traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center robbing banks let's go to the 405 right though in torrance on the 405 northern normandy disabled car now that is in the middle traffic leinna it's not too awful that though right behind that you're going to slow down and then a long slow ride on the 405 northbound up to to santa monica area at the santa monica ramp where there is the the the light is green so everyone's get on the freeway all willy nilly iin irvine 405 north at jeffrey road wreck on the right shoulder though so down from the five split there in corona on the ninety one westbound just before green river that accident has cleared is pretty rough though from without the fifteen on at westbound ninety one broken down car downtown los angeles ten eastbound just before grand this when does blocked the right lane you drive on the ten he found is kind of crummy coming out of mid city into downtown kfi and this guy outskits either faster i'm robbing banks sports on kfi with wayne resnick then scully received the.

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"jim eggs" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"jim eggs" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Wording about a mystery man named jim since the campaign trump has told stories about a friend who loves paris that won't visit anymore because of safety concerns and i said jim let me ask you a question how's paris doing powers i don't go there anymore powers is no longer paris well as the ap you put it yesterday whether jim eggs this is unclear the white house has not responded to the ap's requests for comment some news outlets jumped on the story with headlines about the president possibly having an imaginary friend name jim leslie that episode of the brady bunch where jan brady has the imaginary boyfriend george glass get with through five to go to jaffa that a rather than banks down the dead good paul oddball the park otherwise than ten of when to avenue had style car here it was taken away the carpool lane look things be they've been abadilla's could it over to the right shoulder and the meantime it did that pacu in from about has usaf as seeing a another source elkhart this one and carson ninety when he's done at avalon boulevard that went blocks the right lane said watch for that report on the golden say freeway jeff thought this guy well i think i successfully reported by brainless who would have to self of five the what 70s put down to the what 34 is look too good from that point of it easily jansher is slow but you'll be okay have a big promise warned if he just short as was nor five just before these entertain all lights have been reopened but it really is jammed up from 605 telegraph go wait busy especially at this they feel safe just by one of stick with the free way as for was it is an facts of san fernando valley now a roscoe close of the soto through a basin views parallel use of force in your sattar quite thorough remains open of fog kfi this guy is possible new problem in and see no 101 south of four haskell that one another accident blocking the left lane kfi and this guy helps get to their faster i robin banks but thank anti with way resnick then scully was honoured last night with the icon award at the spc and rather than play a five or ten second clip of his speech i.

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