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"john hannah" Discussed on PUT IT IN THE AIR PODCAST
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"Sunday and got some more guests still to come. Already had Adam Viteri work done. Aaron Jones John Hannah coming up in about fifteen minutes. Pro football hall of Famer Thurman Thomas will join us at four forty future hall of Famer Reggie, Wayne, which you know, it's tough to say future hall of Famer with any of these wide receivers nowadays. Because even the obvious ones have to wait like Isaac. Bruce to me is an obvious hall of Famer and he didn't make the hall of fame yesterday. And I think that was his third year of eligibility. So absolutely crazy. But Reggie Wayne Hall of Famer, and we'll be all Famer one day. So in this hour, you have Thomas Reggie, Wayne. And then in the five AM eastern time hour at five twenty m eastern one twenty AM Pacific Hines ward. And then to wrap up the show in the final segment. We'll talk to all pro tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs and Travis Kelsey. So as we sit around a Super Bowl Sunday, you have many stories that come out. And Super Bowl week. I'll get to the home field advantage stuff and the potential home field advantage stuff in just a second. But you got a lot of stories that do circulate during Super Bowl week with the other thirty teams. Let me just catch you up to date with two stories inside the NFC east. So about two three weeks ago, the feeling out of Dallas from all the reports was that Jerry Jones was going to extend Jason Garrett as the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys. Now, I said before and give Garrick credit. The team was three and five this year at one point. They look as dead is dead could be and he found a way to turn it around and get them into the post season. And when a playoff game before they lost the division around to the LA Rams who as we know ended up going to the Super Bowl and they'll put in the Super Bowl later today against the New England Patriots. But the feel three weeks ago. Was that Jason Garrett was going to get an extension as he's in his final year of his contract. Well during the Super Bowl week, according to Todd Archer of ESPN the Cowboys owner isn't expected to extend the contract of his head coach and this will set Jason Garrett up for the lame duck season. So that's the latest with Jason Garrett from all the reports. And if that is true. And they elect to not extended. I think it's the right move. We have to see what Jason GARRETT'S going to do next year because as special stories the Cowboys were this past season. And how they turned it around this. I still don't believe Jason Garrett is this great coach. I don't. I I don't think he is the difference maker for me. And if you look at his career in Dallas he's had some success in terms of getting to the playoffs. He's had some good teams. But even those really good teams they came up short. So are not ready. If I if I was a Cowboys fan, which if you listen to the show, you know, not I would not be so quick just because of this past season to jump right in and. Give this guy a big time extension. He's seventy seven and fifty nine is career in Dallas two and three in the postseason again. And he's at twelve and four seasons thirteen and three ten and six was dining seven when they were without Zeke. For six games in two thousand seventeen. But if he gets back to the playoffs next year, then you give him extension. I don't think he's ever going to Super Bowl though, with the Cowboys don't and there's been patients with them, and he has been awful. I just don't think he's been great. It's been this six thousand and ten years to playoff wins. And he's got the playoffs. Three times. Teams have good twelve and four thirteen and three. Lost the Packers division around the two thousand fourteen. Was the Packers again division around coming off a bye in two thousand and sixteen in this year. Like, we said. Beat Seattle before just the defense. Get an exposed against the against the Rams of the run game that was very dominant that night by C, J Anderson. So yeah, I think that's the right move. If the Cowboys elect not to extend chasing Garrett, and you go into the year with the lame duck coach and the other story in the NFC. The eagles are expected to exercise Nick foles is option. But it's not as easy as you think they can pick it up then he could buy his free agency. If he gets back two million two and a half billion of that signing bonus. And that would make him a free agent or. Even if they do pick it up. And he tries to buys rage, Jake. It's still franchise tag him. So there's some interesting scenarios here at play with with Nick foles when you look at it though. And you'll probably get a competitive you get a compensatory pick probably third round pick. If he just walks in free agency, if you're going to trade and last year was the time to trade in this year. If you look at it dolphins could be employed for quarterback bills. This drafted Allen jets have darnold chargers have rivers Broncos to love keenum, raiders have car. Like who's the team? You're gonna make a trade with Jacksonville. I know that's one that comes to mind titans colts and Texans. They are committed to a quarterback Bengals maybe that could work. Browns-steelers ravensdale have a quarterback plan in place. Maybe the Redskins are the giant show some interest. But eagles eagles aren't going to trade. Nick foles threats McNabb, but unless the deals ridiculous. You're not going to really strike deal there. And I think the giants should keep you live for another year. Other than that. There's not a whole lot of teens that. Are going to be in need of a quarterback. And not only if they're in need of quarterback. They could also go to the draft. Now the draft is not that strong. And there are some teams that need quarterbacks. But. If you're looking for the quick fix in terms of quick fixes. Yeah. And that there's not that many when you look long term there. There's some teams that needs to start thinking about drafting a quarterback, but for the for the quick fix which would be like two three years for Nick, foles, probably. If you're training from that's what you're expecting and maybe a little bit longer 'cause he's in his early thirties. But when you look for the teams that can mean a trade market for the quarterback. Come to mind. And yet to see what the giants do with with manning. But the giants the Redskins the Jaguars. Potentially the Bengals. And maybe the dolphins. So you could create a little bit of a market. But what happens if he can't find the trade partner, and you have this guy on the franchise tag? Then. Commit all that money on his rookie deal. But you gotta keep some of the guys guys that be free agents one of them being Brandon grammar you're going to need to try to keep. So now, I suggested that the eagles bay franchise tag a few months ago, Nick foles, but they could so possibly do that. But I still have a feeling even if they do this option and exercise it I still have a feeling and maybe they left the franchise tag on him. It's not crazy. But it's a risk. Maybe he gets on the back, and then ultimately just give them away for something cheap. But he could possibly just walk in free agency. If he returns that two million two and a half million, whatever the number is. So those are the two NFC storylines before we get the Thurman Thomas. So I was listening to John Kincaid and the ride home last week and after my show, and I kept getting paid say when he was looking at the ticket market, you know, being Atlanta. When he looked at it. It looked like it was a a bigger Rams ticket compared to patriot fans ticket. And that's what he said last Sunday when I was in Atlanta, though. I barely saw any Rams fans and the patriots at thirty five thousand fans at their send-off route think about that for a team that they're playing in their ninth Super Bowl since two thousand and more people say oh getting old and all that now for the fans of that team thirty five thousand first send-off rally, and when I was in Atlanta this past week it was patriot jersey after patriot jersey now a Super Bowl crowd is always weird because you only have a certain amount of fans from each team. Then you have random fans and the rain the fans are going to be rooting most likely against the patriots. But it seems like there's going to be a lot of patriot fans in that building. So there was a Rams up pool report from Friday Friday practice, am in the report said that that's when the Rams started pumping in artificial sound and McVeigh was explaining that if they're on the road, and they're planning a road it will be blaring on offense periods. If got home. Will be the sound will be pumped in for defensive periods. But because of the fact that they're in a neutral site. Mcveigh said it was just kind of in the background and McVeigh then talked about how there will be a hopefully, they'll be more Rams fans than patriot fans. But you never know. I don't think that the way you prepare for the sound in this game is is going to be big. But it could get very noisy. When the Rams are offensive. There's that many patriot fans, but let's remember the Ran's play two weeks ago. They played in New Orleans. I very much doubt that and it's not going to be that the Super Bowl crowd is louder than where it was two weeks ago. So I was read a story about some profootballtalk. How it could possibly be a mistake that they waited until Friday to use artificial noise. Yeah. I'm just not buying into that one. And I know Goff looked a little bit lost to that first quarter. But then in the second quarter New Orleans he really settled in did a nice job got him back in the game in the second half. You know, what happened to set up Super Bowl fifty three? Okay. We'll take a timeout. When we come back. We talked.
"john hannah" Discussed on WSB-AM
"John Hannah, Sean Hannity brought to you WSB. Renters warehouse hundred nine four one Sean is our number. Remember, there's no evidence in the stone. Indict there's nothing about Trump Russia collusion here Andy McCarthy and wrote a great piece on it rags jar wrote a great piece on it. And this is what has been investigating for six hundred and what twenty two days, and it goes on and on and on. And there's no end to it. You know, I gotta tell you say there is a great danger here for the country, and I don't know if people fully complete maybe you don't like Roger stone. Maybe it'll like general Flynn. Maybe it'll like Manafort, maybe it'll popadopoulos Michael Cohen what whoever happens to be. It doesn't matter. It's about the rule of law. You know, these process crimes, you know. They don't exist. You know, except that you go in you're asked to answer questions from what you thinking saying two years prior year prior. And they decide whether or not you honestly, don't remember. Or if they think you're lying now, then their incomes, the the rub look at the people Muller's higher. How do you get away with hiring Hillary Clinton's attorney on the corrupt Clinton foundation? How does she get to be in this or apparently one of these these people was apparently emails about him leaked? Because of the DNC whatever. So he's got an ax to grind in this whole thing. Then you got Weisman. And everybody else. There's nothing in this indictment that talks about Russia Russia collusion. You know, where Cheryl mills or Oma Abidine what we know they lied. They said they didn't know at all. About Hillary secret server an Email? Then they found tons of emails. They didn't get the predawn treatment. As all these other people have, you know, every single journalists in the country wanted to know what they might have. Or what might what what information might come out next? Everybody knew it. You know? It's what's interesting is McCarthy's a piece he says, you know to him. The FBI. After reading the indictment knows there's no espionage between Trump and the hostile regime of Putin. And russia. You know, the fact that he indict at all of Putin's agents. Well, we know that's going nowhere. That's just to get the name Russia out there because Putin's never going to hand over the equivalent of their CIA agents to the United States for prosecution. That's not gonna happen. And this whole time they've known that. There's no collusion. It's just like in the case of you. Remember scooter Libby special prosecutor in that case was a guy by the name of Patrick FitzGerald. I remember reading a profile on the guy. And it's like once he gets in a case, he never takes a second off. He works till the end of the Kate won't take a day off. Now, you might say, well, that's good. He's committed to his job. But problem is is that the whole thing was dealing with Valerie plame and leaking whether or not she was a covert agent turns out she wasn't and who leaked it while he found out on day one who it was Richard Armitage. But these councils never wanna just close up shop. And then in that case, I think it's very similar. Why did scooter Libby get targeted? Well, he was the chief of staff Dick Cheney and as the chief of staff, I'm sure they put the screws to scooter Libby. So he would sing or compose. And you know, this is another problem with our whole criminal Justice system. The idea that these prosecutors is a general. Course of dealing with people. They'll say oh the pace and ten twenty forty years in prison. You know, where you could just tell us what you know, when we'll give you get out of jail free card. How is that not bribery? How is that not encouraging people to save their own ass and make up stuff about somebody else? Just to get out of trouble themselves. How trustworthy that if they're getting something of of such high value, which is either no time in jail or far less time in jail. I think a lot of people are going to sing or compose. Compose would be make it up not tell the truth lie to save their own ass. Well, it's fascinating just as you know, all of this. You know stones asking questions about well what does WikiLeaks? Well, the New York Times printed WikiLeaks Washington Post printed week WikiLeaks whole Pentagon paper cases about you know, about if information is stolen, which was you know, that Daniel Ellsberg request of Bob McNamara. Nineteen sixty seven they prepare a highly classified study of US political moment in Vietnam and the end of World War Two to the present day. And you know, it became a report of the office of the secretary of defense task force and long story short, you know, the New York Times publishes a series of front page articles based on information that was stolen and leaked called the Pentagon papers. After the third article, the department of Justice got a temporary restraining order against further publication of the material arguing that it was detrimental US security. Okay. It was brought to the supreme court six three decision and. The New York Times. Washington Post supreme court rules that the government had failed to prove harm to national security in the publication of the papers is justified under the first amendment's protection of freedom of the press, which means that they didn't steal it. It ain't conspire to steal it. But they got a hold of it, and they could print the stolen materials. Well, I'm at that point. That's why the New York Times printed WikiLeaks. That's why every other news organization was curious. What's next? They they took out the whole top echelon of the DNC on the eve of of that convention. Pretty amazing. Now, what's really scary? Is you would think that if you're a democrat, you could see that one day that maybe the maybe this could shift onto you? If we're going to criminalize political differences of people, maybe you're thinking, hey, what are we gonna do here? Well, there's some big billionaire left wing mega donor by the name of Tom Steiner. I think is his name. Apparently, he's holding Trump impeachment training courses training days, and apparently continue to push his, you know, impeach Donald Trump by holding a training day for fellow-activists in a town hall in Washington aimed at reassuring skeptics on both sides of the political spectrum while also pressuring lawmakers to act immediately and styro- announced earlier this month that he did not intend to run for president in two thousand twenty also seemingly suggested that he might change his mind on whether he will challenge Trump who has called them wacky. And whatever other names, I said I was going to go one hundred percent for impeachment, and we can do this. We can make a gigantic change. He said now that puts by the way, all these Democrats. They're now concerned because they don't some of them are smart enough to know, it's not gonna work out. Well, even the Washington Post ABC news poll now shows a majority of Americans distrust the Muller investigation. You know, just forty three percents said that they either had a great deal or good amount of confidence. And the final report that it will be fair and even handed full fifty percent say they doubted Muller can be fair saying, you know, many saying they have no confidence whatsoever in the investigation. How could you at this point? You know, he couldn't find one Republican arguing with Chris Christie on TV last night because it kind of defended Muller, Mike, how how do you defend this team of only democratic donors and even Clinton's lawyer or somebody that has the atrocious track record of oh, let's see Andrew Weissmann. How do you get to that point? How do you justify that in any way? What we're watching? Yo is you're watching and it's gonna take time for people to realize what's happening. You're watching the emergence of a new more radical extreme Democratic Socialist Party that everything they hid in two thousand eighteen will now they'll they'll be proudly boasting off. Maxine Waters, she came out. I don't have the proof but Russia sent Manafort to run the Trump campaign. I don't have any proof. But and she makes these outrageous statements at the center of the question, you know, where's the evidence for something? Like, aren't they lawmakers don't they believe in innocent until proven guilty? It was an amazing right up about the radical ties to antisemitism for this new congresswoman to leave. I don't think anyone seems to care about that. Apparently, she was a Facebook member of the Palestinian American Congress and a lot of people on that page demonize Jewish people and the founder Palestinian activists was a key fundraiser for to league and the organization campaign events for her around the country, and apparently in January of two thousand eighteen this guy, her friend shared an anti semitic. Video claiming Jews aren't really Jewish described Jews as satanic. That's a new member of congress have other new member of congress saw O'Meara posing sanctions to Venezuela. But she wants them on Israel. You know, look at look at the look at the launch in the positions of the Democrats now. I mean, the the trying to turn Kamala Harris into the next rockstar. She was great. We played a clip last night. She says, it's humane to maybe protect DACA kids. But not parents, I won't vote for a wall or any circumstances. No reason I have assault weapons and civil society. That's where she stands on the second amendment. She defends her record as a prosecutor. But you know, it gets even more extreme. You know, saying that she vows to get rid of all private health care plans. Let's eliminate all of that. Let's get to support the Medicare for all Bill. I think initially co sponsored by Senator Bernie Sanders here also cosponsor, I believe it will totally eliminate private insurance. So for people out there who like their insurance. They don't get to keep it. Well, listen, the idea is that everyone gets access to medical care, and you don't have to go through the process of going through an insurance company having them give you approval going through the paperwork, all of the delay. That may require who has not had that situation where you got to wait for approval doctor says, well, I don't know if the company that's going to cover this. Now problem is that let's say, let's get get rid of private health insurance. Let's confiscate wealth. You realize she's talking about something that would cost over ten years thirty two plus trillion dollars in other words, three point three trillion a year, which you know, that's pretty much the entire budget. I mean, what why let facts get in the way of anything important. So we're going to get rid of all private healthcare. That's her big. Let's move on. By the way. Some Democrats are not thrilled with the Cossio Cortez and floating the idea of a challenge to her. That's pretty interesting. You know, look at the numbers eighty nine percent of Democrats say economic unfairness that favors the wealthy is a bigger problem. Well, the bottom fifty percent of wage earners only pay two percent of federal income taxes. Twenty percent pays ninety percent of the taxes. You already have redistribution complete redistribution. Then you've got the genius Elizabeth Warren. She wants a wealth tax. In other words, you paid your taxes all your taxes? Then if you saved any money, and you put it away, you get wealthy. She wants another bite of the apple. And then when you die. They get another bite of the apple. I mean that is where is this ever worked? These ideas of socialism. You know, redistribution to each according to the need from each according to their ability because I can't think we're watching all these events unfold in Venezuela. Right. Then as Waylon has more oil well except for us. You know, they could be one of the wealthiest countries. Remember they were promised. Oh, and then you've got Andrew Cuomo supporting abortion up to the ninth month and the New York state legislature. But look at Venezuela. They were all promised. Oh, free healthcare free education. You know, they'll universal health care all of that. What are they got? Now deaf destruction chaos. Three million Venezuelans fleeing their homes because of poverty hunger. Hyperinflation eighty thousand percent they have large oil reserves now poster child for the failure of socialism, great promises. Great failure. You think we would have learned after the ObamaCare debacle? These are crazy times really is. But it's gonna take people awhile. They'll they'll start absorbing the insanity of all this. And it'll be our great pleasure to point it out every day at some point. It's going to be humorous. I'll tell you that at least I hope so..
"john hannah" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Foles favorite ones? Now that was that was I was told last week. Now, you gave the scenario that escalates. It even worse, but I was told it's still wants his team. Task somebody who knows them. Well, and they said it's still wants us team. Tom and Verona was up, Tom. Hey, what's up, Mike? How are you? What's happened? Michael longtime all time soon insists I go all the way back. I can't tell you pick it up. Quick claim Quinton Nelson, different tease me. He reminds me now mobile fifty years old. So I can remember John Hannah John Hannah. You might want to get your high compliment as you can pay. God John Hannah was one of the greatest pulling God's in the history of the sport this guy last year. Okay. Schrage comes on this show. All the time. Who's a very good young reporter for FOX. Yeah. That's why I like him. Okay. He he said the draft last year, and he was on the draft day. He said a guy told him that Clinton Nelson. Write it down will be in the hall of fame. He said his year to have a God impacted team the way he impacted this team. What they gave up. Fifty six sacks. Easy touch him. You and what he did the cloudy, cloudy free agent and clown. He's gonna get a lot of money, cloudy better. Hope no one sees the tape. Clowney over at one flipped over. He pancaked him. And then flip them over and pancake them again. Well earlier in the year when the colts play the Jaguars. They wanna get some elite Jackson who was by the fourth quarter Jackson gave up in that game. He just kept killing him. He was Bill is on right now they might have would that running game. And that quarterback they might have the best offensive line. The sport the way they're playing right now, and you've gone from you couldn't protect to now they won't let anybody near look. I mean, and you give luck time you're gonna have a hard time stopping him. I don't think anybody plays the quarterback position anybody you could tell me play it as well. Can't play it better. Nobody plays a better. Case in high point New Jersey. What's up? Hey, Mike, thanks for taking my call. What's up? Obviously with the head coaching position. The unique job you wait, any insights, you to what actually in in an interview room. Absolutely. I mean, it's very obvious. You go in and the interview is an incredibly important thing. Now, you gotta you're gonna you're gonna have you might have a free meeting with a mcalinden or you might start with both of them. Now, you got now you got the big meeting though, you got the Cagney and you've got the owner in the meeting. Okay. So now you were going to have. A plan of number one your assessment of the teams personnel. You were going through have what your plan is offensively. What your plan is defensively? What your plan is incorporating new people into the personnel that is already there. And and your staff talk about what kind of staff, you're going to have what you believe not only that how much your staff's going to get paid how much your coordinate isn't gonna take down. What it takes to get guys here. What are you fall back positions? If you can't get certain guys on the staff, all this stuff is in the meeting all of it. Sometimes it can take seven eight hours these meetings. And that's where you get the job or you don't and you heard how to interview for the job. You don't it's not always the first time. I know guys who have told me I did a bad job. The first time I went in there. I didn't I didn't know or there's been times where you add a case where the Steelers were interviewing Tomlin as a favor. And when they got him in a meeting room, they said, he's head coach, nobody even know him. So it happens. I mean guys do that. He did the same thing. So you get guys sometimes. And that's why the Rooney rule works because when people say this team has a guy in an interview a token black guy because they have to that's true. It does happen because that's the rule. But while the rule is a good thing is because it puts other guys in front of owners and those guys wind up being guys who steal jobs, and they go. Whoa. I didn't hire this guy this. But this guy was unbelievable and the word of mouth or they remember him for next time. All whatever it gets them on the wheel. It gets them in front of the guys will going to hire. And that's why it is a good thing. And yes, it is sometimes a show because somebody's decided if you're going to make it wherever. Every time you must interview a minority candidate there at times where guys have their guy. So if they still have to interview other people it is a show. No matter who they interview it's a show. But it's still not a negative thing. Because they might say, wow, I interviewed this guy. He was unbelievable. And that gets somebody a job. One owner might have an owner that he's close to the other conference who's not a threat and says, hey, you got you gotta go talk to this guy or whatever the bottom line is it's a small league. And if you can get candidates in front of the decision makers that's a positive any day of the week. The town studios Powell town fair tire. Nobody beats town fair tire. Nobody be right back. When it comes to.
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"John Hannah John Hannity brought to you on WSB. Renters warehouse. Big John Rich's. So what does it call the whiskey? He sent us over cases, and we're gonna redneck reading era, whiskey or whisky. And when you buy redneck revere whisky, you can send a child of college. He can be awesome. Well, they did the big and rich to a ton of great stuff. They have the redneck Riviera in Vegas, which is their bar. And if you are a service member, and you go to the back of the bar, you get to do, you know, free shot. And in this case, I'm sure they're giving out the redneck Riviera whiskey, and he was the biggest crown Royal guy ever. And he swears that is better. I don't like the taste of either one of them personally. Anyway, happy birthday, John rich, you might want to correct that because we love redneck Riviera whiskey saying that's what I was saying he'd speak for yourself. Okay. No. I don't love whisky. I'm not a whiskey drinker. He knows I'm not a whiskey drinker. You know, why? Because I've been out with him and he may be do shots. A crown Royal, no. Awful. I mean, you have to acquire a taste many of my closest friends they love scotch whiskey. I don't and I just never spent the time to acquire the taste that's necessary to love it. But once you apparently get the taste you love it. My father loved, you know, Seagram's for crying out loud. Loved it. Intrigue that much, but I'm definitely liked it. All right. So here we are. I think the president moving forward. The most important thing that I would say that is most encouraging is that? The pre president in particular. Was elected as somebody that was meant to be a fighter and a disruptor. And I think that's what absolutely drives the establishment crazy about him. He will not ever conform into what they view as the establishment president that they can control and literally he's he's done such a good job of exposing corruption in government. But he's also exposed that there's another way to thread the needle and actually get things done. And that's the focus like a laser beam on whatever the issue is and drive the agenda. Now, I'm telling you right now House Democrats while they may think that there's some political advantage here for them. Well, I don't see it because the American people understand. And when you go over the numbers, they understand more. Let me repeat the fiscal year. Twenty seventeen and eighteen ice arrested approximately two hundred and thirty five thousand aliens on various criminal charges or convictions within the US four thousand four homicides thirty thousand for sex crimes and one hundred thousands for salt. Now, the mainstream media won't give you those numbers. Nancy Pelosi had a bit of a fit and said, well, I don't trust your facts. And then there was a big showdown with secretary Nielsen over this whole thing. But if the American people really embrace these numbers, and then you look at the case of officers saying or you talk about the case of this young man that was just such a tra- tragic story story, you know, this young twenty two year old kid that has killed by an illegal immigrant in Knoxville, Tennessee, and you know, the mother sending out a letter we're all aware as a family that nothing's going to bring our twenty two year old son Pierce back. But don't tell me my son who lived in this country and followed its rules doesn't deserve better. What parent doesn't agree with that? For God's sakes out of respect for the men and women who fought in and fight to make this country such a desirable place to live. We'll do the right thing come here legally and become a responsible citizen. I don't think any that is not beyond the norm. This is the case the Democrats themselves were making just a few short years ago, which shows the height of hypocrisy. And if we now have an a two year period two hundred and thirty five thousand aliens arrested on various criminal charges, a convictions within the interior United States beyond just being here illegally roughly four thousand for homicide, roughly thirty thousand sex crimes one hundred thousand for assault. And then you look at ninety percent of the heroin flow into America's coming across the southern border, obviously illegally and three hundred Americans are killed every week from heroin. Now, you can blame the heroin user, but you can also cut off the supply and if the supply is coming from a southern border. I think we're doing the right thing by saying, okay? We're gonna cut that off. Stephen Maryland joined the Sean Hannity show. What's going on? John. Sorry. I thought I'd try what's up? How are you on speakerphone? All very good. Indeed. I'll be Sean, you know, in my business and personal life. I've worked to catch up to think like them that being said I question. Why are they the Democrats okay with electronic and all these high tech surveillance systems in lieu of a wall when we know that they really are four open borders, and I suspect the reason is is if they know a Trump ability if he gets the money, they can't shut down a wall if they regained the presidency or turn off a programmer defunding program, which of course, the media wouldn't report if it was happening under their rules with the electric surveillance kind of hard to hide all those at the order taking down a physical barrier. I suspect their main driving reason and being so opposed to a physical barrier because they quite frankly, it's harder to undo. Listen. I agree with you. This is a traffic red alert. Twenty four hour traffic center. Forty nine twenty vehicles fire being doused by rescue. I.
"john hannah" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Just. Oh god. We believe Anthony, do you believe like Belichick said where it's LT and nobody else's in his class. Well, I mean, you know, the same way you asked me about running back, and I think there's Jim Brown. And then there's other guys, you know. But what LT did for as long as he did right now. It's LT and the rest of them so he revolutionized the position, but it's not a fair comparison because there are different different different positions. So. I think you know, some that role. But I'm not right. I think you're right in in. Adding both those guys your conversation because they are there. That's like saying, you know with me attack willing to guard. I mean, you know, when people say best tackle your best lime. And then you think. Okay. Well, there's Jim Parker. There's John Hannah. There's you know, like you said there's a Jonathan Ogden. How can you? I mean, if it makes for great fodder. It makes a great conversation. But how can you really say that it's still somebody's opinion others opinion. It just it's like you like, you know, chocolate ice cream or vanilla ice cream, which is better. I mean, you might love vanilla I love chocolate. You know, what's the best for me topic the best and freedom, but knows about so get off my back, New York. Anthony. Us would you ever get that? I'll pick it up for defensive. We're all in it together. Back to the giants for one sec. There's been a lot made about ally. Seeing the rush when does an offensive lineman know that he has the trust of his quarterback. Well, I mean. You know, it doesn't always have to be. I mean, a lot of it is in the way, he looks at you know, maybe I say this quarterback doesn't ripta's line on on the field or he doesn't verbally get after guys. But you look at just like in life when you look at somebody that look, and really, you know, a lot of what you're thinking. And I think you know, you had a chance to play for two unbelievable guys. If we knew we had their back to me, they knew we have their back, and we knew they had are back Anderson. You know, it takes a while to get there. I think you have to play together for a while. But, but you can tell I mean, you can again, it doesn't have to be verbal is it can be to actions to look show, and you can tell that which Anthony Mounier. I'm glad you brought up boomer because I stopped by his office. Today told him that you're coming on the show. He said that you are the best teammate that he's ever had hands down. And he also said this Anthony he said when things were maybe getting raw or when the team was going through a rough patch. He told you listen, you have to get up and say something you being Muna's because you didn't talk a lot. But when you did that carried a lot of weight and. Well, yeah. Go ahead. I appreciate that. You know, what I'm saying that I grew up in an era, and I grew up in a family and then environment where you don't have to talk about you play. You just go out and do it. So maybe to a fault. I just always get after him bus my tail but when you had a teammate boomer from the first game he was in. You knew what he was all about the passion intensity the competitiveness, and he would come to you and say man, you got to say something because you know, that again confidence confidence in your quarterback your quarterback hops in senior lineman to say something I didn't say a whole lot. But hopefully when I said things that carries some weight, and that sounds like from Bouma that it did. You know, again, we have that whole mentality. You know, we're we're talking offensive. I'm playing I've got a chance to last year the work for the built Ford tough offense a week, which recognizes the NFL line. We're all about getting out there. And kinda like they're you know, f four f one fifty and just get after things, and that's how it's hot. So maybe to a fault. I didn't say a whole lot. Maybe I shouldn't have you know, I had twenty opportunities to say that. And I was prompted a nasty do I would because I thought that was very important to say something. But boomer's a great teammate. I mean, I I would still even at my old age and probably get knocked on my but try to run through a wall for him because that's the type of leader he was on our football team and for offense. You get my my blood boil talking to f one fifty. From Detroit the motor city. I love it. I love it. You know? Offensive. I'm in good to hear you now defending the linebacker on linebacker that you love that f one fifty. But that's what makes it fun two hundred thousand miles without oil change, you good. We I love I love a love for boomer size. And Anthony, I really do. And I think it's great that is teammates you guys respect each other. But you gotta give us something. I mean, you were there his rookie year. I couldn't have been all perfect all the time. What's what's the one imperfect thing that the all time great boomer size? Indeed. Yeah. The golden boy. Well, well, safety remembered ask him about dinner table against the jets. My are both our last year in Cincinnati ninety two. I that was when you could come off into reserve and I came off injured reserve to play the last four games. I'd already announced my retirement. Azimuths remembers a big Mexican left tackle almost taken down at the dinner table. And you need a comment about me coming off. I are free numbers. And maybe next time. I'll get more into it. I thought he was he was amazing. And that's you know, it's funny. You mentioned that you know, we talked about the Ford built-up offense. Here's boomer people. Look at them to it will kind of guys you really when I retired. I about retirement, we always had dinner at his house of it was always a veteran line, and we would exchange gifts, you know. We would give him a twenty dollars food card. Oh, McDonald's is pretty good tough. But he actually for my retirement gift gave me a Ford pickup truck when I retired. And that's just the type of guy. He he is. I mean, I'm I was bawling like the baby we took the ride in the together there's a three hundred pound lineman. What their quarterback driving around the neighborhood and a new pick four pick up truck, and I'm balling, but you know, that was point two years ago. You know? So here I am doing this built Ford tough offensive line the week for Ford, and I was driving the Ford year after I retired two years ago. Thanks for that information because I was a teammate of here's a CBS. I thought it was a little cheap him to just have the AM radio in it though. Power locks power doors. Rolling.
"john hannah" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The John Batchelor show. We welcome John Hannah foundation for the defense of democracy. These last weeks, they it's been quiet, Malcolm when we talked about NBS Mohammed bin Salman and the dramatic reforms dramatic episodes of these last years in Saudi Arabia, and John Hannah has a piece that the at the F D D I recommend because the Saudi reforms have a at after story, an epilogue John a very good evening to you. You recommend that the Trump administration pay closer attention to the Saudi reform efforts. What can go wrong and why good evening to Utah? Good evening. It's good to be with you. Thanks for having me. I I do John. I think as you said that there have been some remarkable things happening in Saudi Arabia in terms of the reform agenda of Mohammed bin Salman, the crown prince the darker side of this, of course, was evident late last year, November at the Ritz Carlton hotel in Riyadh went you. Suddenly in the middle of the night had several hundred princes and business people and former government minister is being rounded up and detained and essentially shaken down, and and what was called an anti-corruption campaign to give up billions of dollars to to the government. And and Riyadh that was kind of a warning signal. But people understood it as an anti-corruption campaign since then we've seen several more ways of arrests this. Time against a lot of activist dissidents human rights campaigners in Saudi Arabia, even some who are who outright supportive of Mohammed bin Salman, and yet all of them arrested rounded up on spurious charges gave very little due process. And all of these things, I think. Really raising questions amongst precisely the people particularly in the international community. But as well as Saudi domestic investors who Mohammed bin Salman is relying on to pour billions of dollars in investments to make NBS vision. Twenty thirty of economic diversification moving away from oil building a vibrant, private sector a reality. And the fact is that over the course of the last year foreign investment into Saudi Arabia's collapsed and Saudis themselves are engaged in a massive capital flight out of the country. So this is a serious problem. And and a lot of it is I think self inflicted wounds that that I think I'm more active than focused American diplomacy could help out. So the the changes, you you you wrote that the Trump administration needs to start worrying about. These reform efforts. And it's because you're concerned about the stability of the regime, but also about how far investors will will address. It. Do you think that way right now, given the reports of economic dislocation whatever in in Saudi Arabia for them to right the ship at this point given their being tied down in in Yemen. The conflict with Qatar can any of these be removed from the agenda or is there other steps he can take. I certainly haven't given up Malcolm, I think they're still enormous potential and this young leader. And and doing things that I think are absolutely essentially for going to have a stable Saudi regime there for the the the years and decades to come as a partner for the United States in and trying to deal with a Middle East that has been on the verge of a nervous breakdown for the last several years. So yes, I think there are saying this much more active American engagement with NBS with king Salman, helping them both on the foreign policy front to deal with the security of some kind of exit. Strategy in Yemen ad of the Qatari conflict. And then not doing some of the things they've been doing internally going after really the most mild a mannered of dissenters. These are peaceful people who are trying to engage in a debate about the future. Saudi Arabia that he's I think he's completely needed this week cracking cracking down on and and this is the latest, of course, was this sudden disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi the the Saudi writer who is in south exile in the United States traveled to his stem bowl entered the Saudi consulate on Tuesday. And and hasn't been heard from from sense in a very worrying sign that has caused just outrage. Internationally, and it was a fight that I just did. It's an EMMY why the Saudis would've would've picked that particular battle at this point in time. So I share your view about the crown prince and have met him in that he wants to do the right thing. And he has implemented some steps the reforms regarding women and others. But unfortunately, too, many of them backfire, and he he's operating with so many strikes against them at this point. So do you see Iran exploiting the situation now, and what was asked before by John about the domestic reaction? It seems young people buy into vision twenty thirty. But he's able to sustain a large enough number to continue it. Well, I think you're exactly right, Malcolm that the reason he's been able to do a number of the things that he's done which in in a Saudi context thinking historically are really quite astounding. I'm not sure any of us would have believed some of the steps that he's he's taking not only on them. The empowering women advocating on behalf of moderate Islam slashing subsidies to the Saudi population and really entering a fundamental renegotiation of the Saudi social contract between its citizens and the regime in a in a very courageous way. And yet he I think that the longer he is not able to produce on some of these targets with regard to building the private sector building human capital in Saudi society employing people in meaningful jobs in the private sector. I think the more trouble he's going to court and the more of that support will dissipate, which is again why I think says some of these recent moves that have clearly scared the investor class trial getting into Saudi Arabia and away they need to if these reforms are going to be a be sustainable is a serious problem. And I do think greater a greater sense that the United States is they're actively consulting with him behind the scenes rather than the sense. I have that the Trump administration. Has kind of got their policy right now on autopilot in a way that I think has has given him too much running room to make the kinds of rookie mistakes that he's making in certain both on the foreign policy front and the domestic front, and I just think he needs it more active American help to take get him out of some of these situations before the Iranians can really exploit it, the IPO failure. He was judged harshly for does. He have a plan to repair. He does have a plan. He's now rather than going onto the stock exchanges. He wants to simply get us Aramco to take out more foreign debt. And he's also kind of pressured Aramco to.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner proposes gun control measures
"You know the crowd will cheer when they see people that they like james corden we've seen also oprah winfrey and and serena williams who who is dressed beautiful peach gown i mean the whole thing is just really a lot of fun and even though the folks here many of them they have their fascinating on but they're also wearing jeans and tshirts and and they really having a good time it's a great day here in windsor abc's sherry preston reporting the rival of the bride right now being reported as well megan markle right now arriving at the chapel governor bruce round or commented friday on the school shooting in texas offering prayers to the victims of the families and saying that he's proposed a package that includes tougher security measures at school see source officers security police officers highly trained just like the hero in dixon who stopped a shooter it is tracks effectively in dixon we need that in every school that would like it and we also need mental health professionals had live propose ways that we could fund that for each school too keep the school safer earlier this week a score resource officers shot a gunman who opened fire at dixon highschool suspect appeared in court for the first time friday southside pastor john hannah's organizing his annual prayer on benign vincent aimed at calling attention to the country's gun violence especially gun violence within neighborhoods in the city this year hannah has changed the name of the event to march in pray for our lives he says it's its effort to build upon the foundations set by young people protesting mass shootings across the country and it says the church does have a role in combating crime but the real issues are resources and opportunity and challenge communities cannot even chicago police department the church cannot be herod inserts cannot be a teacher but the church championing a face plate that provides support in different areas march and pray for our lives kicks off later this morning on seventy ninth street another iconic chicago.
"john hannah" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Form a unique bond that changes them both mackenzie davis mark doppler elaine tan and ron livingston also star also out overboard a remake of the nineteen eightyseven kurt russell goldie hawn film this time the genders are swapped and it's a spoiled playboy who falls off his yacht suffers from amnesia after being rescued by a working class single mom she convinces him that the pair married and he takes on the role of father and husband on a ferris eugenia do best longoria and john hannah's star in this romantic comedy for horror fans is the thriller bad samaritan from one of the writer producers of independence day a parking valet scams as customers by using the information he gets from their cars to break into and robbed their homes but he ends up in over his head when he stumbles on a kidnapped woman had while trying to help her gets caught in a web of revenge by the kidnapper david tennant robert robertjan carlito all varo and jerry khandan star still in theaters are adventures infinity war a quiet place i feel pretty rampage and panther and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio iheartradio here are the top sia songs you've thumbed up number three chandelier number two the greatest number one cheap thrills just paul hear more from and similar artists now unserious search for sia on iheartradio.
"john hannah" Discussed on Channel 955
"New comedy drama totally charlie's theorin stars is a mother of three who hires a mel night nanny to care for the kids after some initial hesitation the to form a unique bond that changes them both mackenzie gave us mark topless elaine tan and ron livingston also star also out is overboard a remake of the nineteen eightyseven kurt russell goldie hawn film this time the genders are swapped and it's a spoiled playboy who falls off his yacht and suffers from amnesia after being rescued by a working class single mom she convinces him that the para married and he takes on the role of father and husband on a ferris eugenia derbez longoria and john hannah star in this romantic comedy for horror fans is the thriller bad samaritan from one of the writer producers of independence day a parking valet scams as customers by using the information he gets from their cars to break into and robbed their homes but he ends up in over his head when he stumbles on a kidnapped woman had while trying to help her gets caught in a web of revenge by the kidnapper david janet robert robertjan carlito olivero and kerry khandan star still in theaters are adventures infinity war quiet place i feel pretty rampage and black panther and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio iheartradio here are the top post malone songs you've thumbed up number three psycho featuring ty dolla sign i'm really trust nobody jewelry canal show got oh don't number two congratulations was on this earth you mean i congratulate.
"john hannah" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Box office preview from the writer of two thousand seven juno comes new comedy drama totally charlie's theorin stars is a mother of three who hires a mel nightmare to care for the kids after some initial hesitation the to form a unique bond that changes them both mackenzie davis mark doppler elaine tan and ron livingston also star also out is overboard remake of the nineteen eightyseven kurt russell goldie hawn film this time the genders are swapped and it's a spoiled playboy who falls off his yacht and suffers from amnesia after being rescued by a working class single mom she convinces him that the pair married and he takes on the wall of father and husband on a ferris eugenia derbez longoria and john hannah's star in this romantic comedy for horror fans is the thriller bad samaritan from one of the writer producers of independence day a parking valet scams as customers by using the information he gets from their cars to break into and rob their homes but he ends up in over his head when he stumbles on a kidnapped woman had while trying to help her gets caught in a web of revenge by the kidnapper david tennant robertjan carlito olivero and jerry condon's star still in theaters are avengers infinity war a quiet place i feel pretty rampage and black panther and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio ninety four nine on your radio on your phone on your smart speaker alexa play well ninety four nine tuning in now get wild wherever you go it's the base.
"john hannah" Discussed on Channel 955
"Comedy drama totally charlie's theorin stars is a mother of three who hires a mel nightmare to care for the kids after some initial hesitation the to form a unique bond that changes them both mackenzie davis mark topless elaine tan and ron livingston also star also out is overboard a remake of the nineteen eightyseven kurt russell goldie hawn film this time the genders are swapped and it's a spoiled playboy who falls off his yacht and suffers from amnesia after being rescued by a working class single mom she convinces him that the pair married and he takes on the role of father and husband on a ferris eugenia derbez longoria and john hannah star in this romantic comedy for horror fans is the thriller bad samaritan from one of the writer producers of independence day a parking valet scams as customers by using the information he gets from their cars to break into and robbed their homes but he ends up in over his head when he stumbles on a kidnapped woman and while trying to help her gets caught in a web of revenge by the kidnapper david tennant robert carlito olivero and carry condoms star still in theaters are adventures infinity war a quiet place i feel pretty rampage and black panther and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio that i can't keep on singing lag everyday's operas the replay replay zad joe friend i was scared to uproar game was hoping you will give me a chance would've ever knew that we would ever be more name downplayed played again is it down everyday's laws not pay play dummies.
"john hannah" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Is a mother of three who hires a mel nyc nanny to care for the kids after some initial hesitation the to form a unique bond that changes them both mackenzie davis mark dopoulos elaine tan and ron livingston also star also out is overboard a remake of the nineteen eightyseven kurt russell goldie hawn film this time the gender swapped and it's a spoiled playboy who falls off his yacht and suffers from amnesia after being rescued by a working class single mom she convinces him that the pair married and he takes on the role of father and husband on a ferris eugenia derbez longoria and john hannah star in this romantic comedy for horror fans is the thriller bad samaritan from one of the writer producers of independence day a parking valet scams as customers by using the information he gets from their cars to break into and robbed their homes but he ends up in over his head when he stumbles on a kidnapped woman had while trying to help her gets caught in a web of revenge by the kidnapper david tennant robert g carlito olivero and kerry condon's star still in theaters are adventures infinity war a quiet place i feel pretty rampage and black panther and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio body jonathan maybe just got a bad no panties but now we don't speak to sign language.
"john hannah" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Is a mother of three who hires a mel nightmare to care for the kids after some initial hesitation the to form a unique bond that changes them both mackenzie davis mark dopoulos elaine tan and ron livingston also star also out is overboard a remake of the nineteen eightyseven kurt russell goldie hawn film this time the genders are swapped and it's a spoiled playboy who falls off his yacht and suffers from amnesia after being rescued by a working class single mom she convinces him that the pair of married and he takes on the role of father and husband on a ferris eugenia derbez longoria and john hannah's star in this romantic comedy for horror fans is the thriller bad samaritan from one of the writer producers of independence day a parking valet scams as customers by using the information gets from their cars to break into and robbed their homes but he ends up in over his head when he stumbles on a kidnapped woman and while trying to help her gets caught in a web of revenge by kidnapper david tennant robert carlito olivero and kerry khandan star still in theaters are adventures infinity war a quiet place i feel pretty rampage and black panther and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio unity wild seven at seven gabby ninety nine yeah that's right getting back into it and if you haven't heard this guy pulse malone's new album beer bonds and bentley's z should really check it out on your iheartradio app just saying it's psycho now on that wild seventy seven garside michael can really trust no by all this joey logano show got damaged by attorney form of cars ing auto right because i really trust nobody on his joy my show.
"john hannah" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"A mel night nanny to care for the kids after some initial hesitation the to form a unique bond that changes them both mackenzie davis mark topless elaine tan and ron livingston also star also out is overboard or remake of the nineteen eightyseven kurt russell goldie hawn film this time the genders are swapped and it's a spoiled playboy who falls off his yacht and suffers from amnesia after being rescued by a working class single mom she convinces him that the pair married and he takes on the role of father and husband on a ferris eugenia derbez longoria and john hannah star in this romantic comedy for horror fans is the thriller bad samaritan from one of the writer producers of independence day a parking valet scams as customers by using the information he gets from their cars to break into and robbed their homes but he ends up in over his head when he stumbles on a kidnapped woman and well trying to help her gets caught in a web of revenge by the kidnapper david tennant robertjan carlito olivero and kerry khandan star still in theaters are adventures infinity war a quiet place i feel pretty rampage and black panther and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio bolivia from washington laid off and trying to keep our little kids from realizing that mommy and daddy hadn't eaten in a while roger from california i'm grateful we could afford our son surgery nervous that now we can't really afford food daniel from california choosing whether to pay the rent or pay to fix a car to get to work doesn't leave us with much all now we can't even pay for me donna from louisiana the storm just hit and we went from donating to the food bank to needing it keisha from south carolina i've been skipping meals so my two kids can eat but water doesn't really work hunger is a story we can end end it at feeding america dot org brought to you by feeding america and the ad council fox news.
"john hannah" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Wsb on john hannah sean hannity brought to you on wsb renters warehouse when i think the voters of congressional district eight for putting their trust in me and then i want to thank all of the supporters all of the people that have worked so hard so hard on this campaign every night that i went into the sensiti headquarters i saw people on the phones i saw people walking door to door and that's what you guys you are the ones that helped me win a sure as heck never would have dreamt in a million years that i would be running for congress congress congresswoman that's right now running for congress i i think that was one of the best victory speeches i think i've ever heard a republican win yesterday in arizona debbie lesko wow that that just you know it's post to be the people's house that's why i love that story that's why i love that speech last night anyway eight hundred nine four one sean if you wanna be a part of the program we do have a polls out today that i think a worthwhile as we head into the twenty eight midterm elections and mclaughlin and associates provided the breitbart news show support for the president and great suspicion of the investigator the special counsel robert muller there are stories out today one from rumba dead fishy manual he's warning democrats you'd better tamp down on the impeachment talk he said that to at an axios event in chicago and warned democrats don't use the impeachment of trump as a political tool and when asked if it was a good issue for the democrats in two thousand eighteen in the midterms he said i lived through the clinton white house this is a serious legal and consequential nonpolitical issue my view is that there's nothing there today that we know and i'm angry what it's what he's done but it's legal constitutional standard now it's even more interesting there was another article out yesterday where nancy pelosi was stressing that the what's key for the democrats is to focus on economic instability for so many people in the.
"john hannah" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"A job the d line is where i played i've gap whether it be gap the gap whatever gap i have as far as the rushing i can't let the running back go through that gap if i do that to my i've let everybody else down when i rush i have a gap i have to rush to maintain that integrity if i don't the quarterback runs out that way that's on me policy i ever responsibility to be at certain places on the field and if i can't get there i'm letting my teammates down i don't wanna do that so i'd rather not play another year even though i think i can play then be late on one play to miss one play to hurt my teammates that that is a pity me of a teammate that is the epitome of relying on one another i'll go back and i'll say it again the great john hannah i wanted a great offensive lineman playing this game play for the patriots was a hall of famer and was a psychopath on the field right my brother played with him when my brother got drafted by new england said this dude was a nutcase on the line very very aggressive and a great offensive lineman had him on air and asked him you know what his motivation was when he played and got that crazy he said fear and i was stunned and i said wow fear your your feared what do you fear and he said letting down my teammates that's my greatest fear is the leading down the guy next to me and that policy i would rather retire than have that possibility of leading that guy next to me that's what it means that these guys it does and i think it's i love that you bring up a hand because there's another great offensive lineman who did the same thing is is a gary zimmerman the only player on eighties team all decade team of the eighties and the nineties and our good friend stink mark sheriff used to tell the story whenever they broke the huddle after every play is zimmerman was left tackle left guard he literally just call the play in the huddle and as i walking to the.
Peyton Manning sells stake in Papa John's franchises
"You're listening to the hammer nigel show hug 93 wibc it just it just to be clear you're talking about dr laura schlessinger and now at if not that lower wilson uh what it is vital it stays that they ever over their swear words brought to you by royal spa relax away to in the day a royal spa peyton manning sold his stake in pop johns hannah lotta people freaking out about this what does it mean does this mean he's washing his hair and the johns and he's trying to get into ownership i don't know maybe he soap thirty one shares of our his poppa john stores but at the same time he still there spokesman poppa john's went out of their way to say peyton manning we'll still appear in their commercials and he is still there okay how many stores only at thirty one thirty one lau so we still the spokesman i think maybe maybe just as they hit maybe he's going to move to ca fulltime gig in the nfl somewhere of broadcasting gig knows that's the rumor and it sounds like according the multiple sources here fox and espn are in a bit of a bidding war for the services of peyton manning are one report today stated that peyton could get up to ten million bucks a year from fox or espn while now to put this in perspective here when he was the number one pick in the nfl draft his rookie season was 1998 he made eight million dollars a year and now his rookie season into broadcasting is going to pay him more than being the top quarterback pick number one playing in the nfl two million dollars more to call the games twenty years later is he gonna foxo 3 is pia i think fox has to be the clubhouse favored and really has not a lot to do with politics but fox's broadcast on a major network espn still cable still losing subscribers i think more people will see his work if you decide to do the game of the week on fox his paul though i mean he certainly gonna have a lot of folks knocking down the door and who knows maybe he doesn't want to be a broadcaster maybe he still holding off to.
"john hannah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To bring the trump tower apartment up later if manafort continues to resist cooperating one last little d tell manafort had a business partner who is not charged his name is rick hannah davis john hannah are manafort davis's middle name by ilya the white house and trump lawyers have responded today by saying that these crimes were allegedly committed four manafort went to work on the campaign as chairman an if they have nothing to do with russia collusion jab at there are problems with that there's the time line the indictment says gates and manafort were laundering money on an ongoing basis from two thousand six right up through 2016 the year of the campaign the alleged crimes actually occurred up through this year according to the indictment and while the indictment doesn't make a direct connections to donald trump or the trump campaign there's this question of how carefully trump vetted manafort before manafort joined the campaign and remember paul manafort did not take a salary when he was working for trump that makes his sources of income for that period all the more pertinent wnyc's andrea bernstein and ilya mirror thank you so much they are very welcome me and and they say james brown is the godfather of soul now you can make a pretty strong case for our next guest who used to play with brown as the godfather of funk i'm in the case i'm in it is viewed see collins collins played with james brown back in the early 70s later collins joined parliament funke delic that's the music collective headed by george clinton in the 80s he became a solo artist and he has been going strong ever since he's just released his latest album worldwide funk.