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"john hat" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Day every time I have tuna fish say happy birthday to be happy birthday to be happy birthday to Ra Bona. She only serves Tuna Salad I. I don't know I don't know where that. Direction I just have to see it out. have to see it through. That's the nature of the Geraldine Parsons Smith Story A. Like I thought you were going to wear a red today. Whether you do win is addressing for the body notes. Where get my makeup on. Mahir. Makeup K.. So then over horrendous house lear comes over Lennon's there and Leah's like Oh my God land. What's up and I'm like oh? You look so young. Sounds accused young. Shocking. girly thanks Lynn believe me. She didn't say that to me in the morning. And did you hear how during I didn't hear if you said this or not? Sarah's reading comments about Turkey, because hey. Hey, look, it's lend this bag here. kind of like this storyline of during the just being abusive to Lynn well as possible that during the just had an old bag hanging around because got very. Big Look at this whole bag sitting next to me. No Not Ula and I'm talking about the actual bag. Down John Hat. And so then we cut to Sonia with her intern Matt. Who is helping her fixed toilet or something and he's so one of Sonya's interns. The picture of entering a K. He's wearing like a lacy through. Sir, like a pony tail, and really high waisted mom, acid, wash jeans and licking the toilet and acting like he's taking notes on things like toilet. God it. got a running toilet girl gotta it. Poor Versa for Sonia. She's so basically like she had a toilet. That wouldn't stop running. which is what caused the league and. She's just she's just started to talk crazy talking about how she's interesting I'm paying rent at Columbus. Circle, that I got all this overhead at the townhouse and also just giving head just on the street. It's just a lot. It's a lot to take in right now. So you know, and then this guy he comes in here. He just starts running the water and they get a bill for hundreds of dollars because he's just running the water in the toy. 'cause you're Tori that runs. Are you going to blame the renter for your toilet running? Yeah, like I'm sorry, but your palm pilot is not flushable. Okay, that's what happens. Yeah! Match just like God running water got it got it got it down wrote down so then back during his tour Indus. During doing that thing where she's standing behind the kitchen counter, and so she's in control of for domain, and so she's just marching back and forth like she'll say one thing, and then marsh over the toaster and grabbing. Men like March over to the Faucet. It's really fun to sort of authority. That susie Fogelson fogelson would have really loved on food. Network Star. Behind the table there I love doing fine. They're all I need. You is just contact. Thank you. So. She's okay. March much much Ken going on. Carries and it's like yeah. I mean I've been thrown out of office by not for a while, and so we find out the drams. Yeah, so was kicked out of a bar in Philadelphia's gayborhood the same bar. Running. I went to after our Philadelphia Show our first Philadelphia Show set of shows where we like a piano of our gay bar with gives you. So? She got kicked out of that. Which is amazing that we lasted embar longer than Sonia knows? She got kicked out for singing. Hello, Dolly. I didn't for sneaky there. If I remember correctly I think were like a little personality so. Just..
"john hat" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of power in Bloomberg Television and radio. I'm David. Western is time now for first word news. And for that, we go to Mark Crumpton. David. Thank you, The mayor of Soap Off Soul Bart Monsoon has been found dead, according to the news agency, John Hat Park has been viewed as a potential candidate for the 2022 presidential election. We'll continue to follow this story throughout the day. Florida is still being hit hard by the Corona virus. The state reported new records in both Cove in 19 deaths and new hospitalizations. Today, 120 Floridians died in the past 24 hours. That's up from 48 the day before, and the state's positivity right jumped 18.4%. Florida has had more than 232,000 confirmed cases as David and our Greg store. We're reporting moments ago, the Supreme Court today has ruled that much of eastern Oklahoma is still American Indian territory. The justices in a 5 to 4 vote sided with a convicted child molester who argued that the state lacked authority to prosecute him because his crime took place within the boundaries of the reservation. A ruling means Oklahoma prosecutors can't pursue criminal cases against American Indian defendants and parts of Oklahoma, including most of Tulsa, and the court also said in New York grand jury can get President Trump's tax returns and other financial records. But for now, it's walked out subpoenas for those documents that's likely to prevent their public release before the election. Justice has ordered lower courts to take another look at the congressional subpoenas. Cases tested President Trump's claim to protection from criminal investigations while in office, the president responded in a tweet quote. This is all a political prosecution. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. By Mark Crumpton. This is David Thank you so much Mark, and even his mark was reporting.
"john hat" Discussed on The Daily Article
"Here's Today's news discerned differently. Yesterday the Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law, restricting abortion, but five to four vote with Chief Justice Roberts, citing with the four judge liberal wing. The Louisiana Law enacted in twenty fourteen requires doctors performing abortions to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals it supporters say the law protects the health and safety of women seeking abortion, and that requirements for obtaining admitting privileges help ensure the competence of doctors opponents claim that hospitalizations after abortions, a rare that women would receive medical care at a hospital whether their doctor headed admitting privileges or not, and that abortion providers are often unable to obtain admitting privileges for reasons unrelated to their competence. The Federal District. Court in Baton Rouge struck down the Louisiana Law and twenty seventeen. It's judge John. W Deger of. Al Said, it created an undue burden on women's constitutional right to abortion. He stated that in the last twenty three years hope clinic and abortion clinic in Shreveport, which serves in excess of three thousand patients per year, had only four patients who required transferred to a hospital for treatment in each instance, regardless of whether the physician had admitting privileges. The patient received appropriate care. He added that only one in six doctors. Doctors who perform abortions in Louisiana had admitting privileges when the law passed the remaining five faced obstacles to obtaining them for reasons unrelated to their competence. He found that implementing the law would force two of the state's three abortion clinics to close. The judge also stated that the law was essentially identical to whole women's health versus Heller Stat a Texas law that the Supreme Court struck down in twenty sixteen chief. Justice Roberts agreed voting with the liberal wing of the Supreme Court out of what he described as respect for precedent by. By contrast Louisiana's solicitor, General Elizabeth Mural testified before the court in March that the state's law would help that doctors and bring abortion regulations in line with those for other outpatient procedures Damon Cuda he an Obgyn with more than twenty years of medical experience agrees he is cared for patients who presented with complications from induced surgical abortions performed by doctors who did not have admitting privileges to treat them in the hospital. He states that precious time was lost while attempting to contact the abortion provider or at least to obtain medical records. Records, that would have helped me to better care for this patient who presented to the Emergency Room? He was frustrated that there was no way to contact the doctor or to obtain pertinent medical records, and has no doubt that more lives could be saved and many lifelong health complications avoided if patients could have continuity of care from the doctor who originally performed the surgery. He adds needless to say. This kind of routine abandonment is not tolerated in any other medical specialty. Why only within the specialty purportedly dedicated to women's health? Another headline of the day is the disclosure by well known Christian author. John Hat maker that her daughter is gay. She called this statement. A moment of pride Sydney, hat maker with the agreement of her mother said it's not enough Christians to say well. We love you anyway. I don't want to be loved anyway. She thinks it is maybe even more cruel for Christians to love lgbt people while also believing homosexuality to be contrary to Biblical teaching I am sure these stories will be discussed at length by evangelical over the coming days for today. Let's focus on fact. They share biblical morality. Morality is too important to be left to our secular courts culture. We should work in pray for justices who will rule in a manner consistent with original intent and Orthodox morality, but we cannot know whether the Supreme Court justices will make their decisions aligned with their perceived worldview as demonstrated by justice. Gorsuch is position on Lgbtq employment and Chief Justice Roberts decision on abortion clinics. We can champion Biblical sexuality in the courts and larger culture, but we cannot predict or control secular outcomes, nor can we predict when well known Christian Authors and Speakers will change their minds about key biblical imperatives. In a week focused on the consequences of character. It is therefore. That Christians do what is needed to become the change we wished to see. We cannot control what others do, but we can control our words and actions and the values they reflect, we can use our influence for Biblical morality, but only if we are people, others are willing to follow. I am grieved by the Supreme Court's decision, because they believe it will lead to more lives lost not only for preborn children, but also for their mothers I am grieved by Gen hat makers disclosure because I believe Biblical sexuality is best for her daughter as well as. As for those her mother influences, but I should expect neither abortion activists, nor lgbtq advocates to care about my biblical position if I do not exhibit, Biblical character, such character is best exemplified by the fruit of the spirit love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self control. Our Father can produce such character in me only to the degree that I submit to his spirit and seek to be more like his son for our fallen culture to seek Jesus, it needs to see Jesus in US more today than yesterday and more tomorrow than today. Do, you agree. If, you like what you heard. Please leave a rating and review for the PODCAST. Thank you for listening to the daily Article podcast today..
Soul Care with Jen Hatmaker
"Our guest today is a gen hat maker. Jen Welcome to forever thirty five. Oh my gosh well. I am just delighted to be her girls. Thank you for having me. We'RE GONNA kick off with your biogen. Is the author of twelve books. That's a lot of books most recently beers and full of fire the guide to be inglorious you jen is also the Creator and happy host. The award winning four the love podcast with John Hat maker. Delighted curator the Jed hat maker Book Club and sought after Speaker who tours the country year speaking to women and she and her husband Brandon founded the legacy collective and they also starred in the very popular series. My big family renovation and your big family renovation. Tv is a mom to five and a resident of Austin Texas where she and her family are helping to keep Austin weird there. It is that there is you got it so go ahead hit a sorry this is this is our talking over each other moment. Doing the podcast remotely. Well Jen worth. Were thrilled to have you. Your book was very timely and touching read it also very funny man there. There were a lot of flagged in folded pages for me personally From and you know we have a question a kick things off with about radical empathy and care because right now especially in our communities things are. There's so much upheaval. So what what does that look like? Do you think within our families and also our communities with people who we may not actually no. It's just such a weird time right now and I one thing that we're sort of figuring out over here at our household is that just living through such an unprecedented moment. Where all of our most of our regular tools are not at our disposal in our communities are activities school. Tra- all the things that we normally do that apart our regular rhythms which keeps his kind of healthy and connected and was virtually all of those guys. You know it's occurred to us that we have to. We can't use the old program in this in this current day and so these times are kind of calling for different measures kind of extraordinary measures when it comes to like mental care and soul care in And so we are. We kind of said in our family guys. Let's get really serious and really specific about what is hard right now. What is hurting? What are we disappointed about? Let's name it. Let's put on the table. Let's not start burying this and then try to just shellac over it and then let's really figure out. How can we meet that? Need in a different way How can we address that pain in the ways that we can address that pain right now and so you know rather than just kind of hoping that somehow soul care and mental care are despoiling? Landon our labs. We're dialing in really hard to every member of the family because we're all really different. You know we've got just so many people here you guys just so many people and and we are all enormous personalities like nobody is quiet in this family. Everybody has huge feelings tons of emotions. Billions of words And so a lot of emotional labor right now not just to figure out what I need a what everybody in the house days is just what it isn't. It's the strangest time in the world. Yes yes and you think you said on a podcast you you live in a small house and you have four kids at home. Yes somebody helped me like who will help me like we live in. A house was built in nineteen eight. So first of all it's just a little old rambling thing and yes We also have to seniors in the house right now. So we've got in college in a senior in high school and so our senior in college packed for five days to come home for spring break and he has not left five days for the staff and so he's here and which is shoved everybody like in every corner right now and in many just managing all those disappointments all those rites of passages that both seniors or missing out on such a bummer. Such a bummer. And this is one thing I told my kids and I'm telling the women in my community to which is jest. I love how my girlfriend? Kristen Howard She's like this is not a good time to sign ourselves up as competitors in the hardship Olympics. Lying really mean like coups hard is harder who status sadder It's just a terrible gain because you know we've got friends with people in a hospital with Kovin but then I've got a senior who doesn't have a prom and their book. It's all sad sad the person so I don't like the competition of who actually gets to say that they're disappointed or sad or afraid or they feel cheated. I also don't like the audible. A picks who is crushing Corentin. Best can't like I'm losing both of those games and I just don't think I don't think they serve US right now. And so I'm really just drawn to superhuman people right. Now that I find vulnerability in and honesty and truth telling trying to be that person to neither rustling people through their pain or fear or diminishing it and also not You heading on display. Like the highlight. Reel of everything. That's right because we're working hard on those things too. I think let's just find this really deeply human path through this together and I think that's really good for everybody.
"john hat" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Been ski right now it's cloudy and it's chilly windy as well forty six degrees for Detroit from the **** time is one oh five our top story this morning General Motors in the U. A. W. now have a proposed tentative agreement that could end the month long strike against the carmaker you a W. says the deal means major gains for workers but what kind of games we get more of that from double dip J. oughta be reporter Jeff Gilbert workers wanted new products for Detroit Hamtramck in Lordstown ray uses that a path to full time jobs for temporaries Berkeley labor expert Harley shaken so they probably got some of that but not all the nature of collective bargaining is neither side get everything they want the question is can both sides live with the details will be released after the UAW GM council meets in the morning those local GM presidents and bargaining chairs will also decide whether the strike ends now or if workers stay on the picket lines until a deal is ratified Jeff Gilbert WWJ newsradio nine fifty and newsradio nine fifties John he would talk to you a W. members outside the Detroit Hamtramck plant about their reaction to the tentative deal good news reason for optimism but still many questions as to what is exactly in this deal John hat line a forty five year employee with General Motors a skilled trades rap here at the Hamtramck plant lays it out this way I have to be something that contract for temporary workers for integration workers for the traditional workers and also for the people that are ready to retire so I think if they can get something that that satisfies all those parameters.
"john hat" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"But I've also found that even in the of talking with other reporters often if you are black reporter Annetta Trump rally oftentimes that people in the audience got their way to be really nice to you to show that to be like, I'm not a racist. Look at me be nice to those black reports. Well, I think so it's so weird. Because while I do think we have that. I think we have this search for a pure experience. There is a lot of silencing. I do think for the millennial generation, and I feel the experience with the church itself. This idea that as a millennial I was born in eighty one on older millennial. I think that there's this experience of never having an institution or an idea sort of be home. Holy good. In a way that our parents wanted it to be or experienced it. And what I mean is like there was always just sort of this overwhelm or problematic nature as we got older with everything like it's not like we ever got to experience sex outside the local context. I mean, it was there was always aid. Sex was always something that could be exceptionally dangerous. The church was always problematic. The media was always I don't remember Walter Cronkite. You know, like the media was always increasingly sort of lots of inputs overwhelming. A lot of information we had to sort out. So it was never this sort of up on a pedestal situation the government, I mean, we're completely totally post. Watergate you have us reaching political age during the Clinton scandal. So I was never putting presidents up on a pedestal and thinking of them in that way in so I think being an evangelical experience in which I felt like I was being pushed to think about the world and very black and white ways and being surrounded by. So it was comforting. And I can see the appeal because I was in his very experiencing the world, increasingly sort of gray confusing ways and having this place say, you know, but we have an answer that will make it all as confusing the the fundamental issue here is that I'm a woman. And so maybe if I'd been a man had just been a preacher it had been different. But because I was a woman and a very of woman at that like then there was sort of conflict built into that structure as well. And it never felt this sort of thing that needed to be up on a pedestal. And so, you know, I feel like what what millennials are always struggling. With is the are these institutions that we're being told are the answer that we can see nothing but questions in the face of Beit, public education, or academia, or the media or church or the government, and that's exhausting. It's like gaslight in especially with baby boomers, they're presenting these things as answers, and you're like, no, all I see is questions and issues. So I don't know what you're talking about. Because there is no easy answer. These all these institutions are problematic, and at least in my personal experience with church, and what I connect with so much like in that daily podcast with genetic maker and all these voices in the female voices. Evangelical movement, even though now I'm gonna Piscopo I hear them saying first of all you're not crazy. We have the same questions we see the same issues, and these these institutions are problematic, but we're not gonna throw the baby out with the bathwater. We still feel like there is value. Here you see too. So it's like the double validation of. Yeah. We see the good, and yes, we see the bad, and it's complicated. So what do we do next? You know, what a we can. We all just I think that's why your piece went viral. It's just this acknowledgement of you're not crazy everybody feels this kind of just overwhelm at all these issues with labor or the church or whatever with domestic work at home. Like, an just it's so affirming to have said. Say yeah, I see it. I see it. I see just like you do I think that's definitely I've seen this turn into you would know better than I would. But I've seen it with Alexa. John hat maker and other women who are prominent within the church, Bradley conceived right now, is that faith is messy like life is would make sense that faith is also messy..
"john hat" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Yeah. I I did a see now Riley in the background because you you said that you hope that she still the tags on it, which was a subtle reference to candies batik tags versus swag. So. Yeah. See so many layers in this podcast. Got y'all have to listen, very carefully. So many that I don't even remember them. So Marlow shows up with some guys she found it. Oh riley's. I mean, this guy like they just met they obviously just met. And she's like can you come to report with me and hold my hand was like sure. Yeah. She's like who like ginger beer OPEL, your ginger beer, but I'll take the order. So I think he's like some big red headed gay guy because at first he looks like a scary red headed straight guy. But then later someone like what's up ginger bear? They said something to him. And he's like, oh, wow, man. Yeah. So come and so various people come in. They're now starting to sit down. At the table. And so even Michael come in and Iverson's down right next to von the vonda, and Ivana just gives Eva the biggest thank I like, I like such stank guy that I started to wonder if you've Ana was on her season of Antietam. I was like this is the sort of stank. I that's reserved from like four like reality stars who've been wronged by other reality stars in a different decade, again, it's already it's a really weak newbie mood or move to go after another navy like that like, you know, give me a cloudy and gopher Nie-nieto soup kitchen. You know, meet that I don't need you going for Eva who cares about Eva barely got her cake tasting seen him. Yeah. No. And that's sad. Because Bravo loves like, a two segment long take cake tastes, like a cake tasting commercial break back the cake tasting. Yes. And then what happened last week a cake tasting? You know, you're like an previously. Unreal. How sauce cake tasting so portion Dennis arrive? Dennis is dressed, like a dear John hat and Porsche is like she's got the she's hurt. Was her hair was bright, red, right? She had like a full on like like Fantasia when Fantasia went crazy on American idol as she's just like not saying how to Chamara which is bizarre that they have this feud, but we don't really know what it's based in. And it just it's just happening. And no one seems to be concerned about it. No, one seems to be like, whoa. She didn't say had a Shinwari and like it's not really even popping up in the storylines. The only one seems to notice that she's in a feud is Shomari herself. Which is this is this is shades of the shade with Porsche and Meany. When Nina was pretending. She didn't know Porsche Porsche Favre and features like excuse you like we grew up together. It's like, no we didn't. She's like Mimi all the same people. We went to the same schools. No. He did not know you. That's right. That's a good call for shes doing that. Now. And it still is phony. So should me is like really did. She just me and Tamari at an in some of these actually her full name Shomari. I've got I've got sham written down. And I've got Shamir in meat till it's going to take a year you guys some up. Sorry. It's fine. You're I'm just happy that you're moving that you finally start saying even sort of Ava. You see baby steps I can't year. I'm telling you it takes me two years to learn chewing. Yeah. So similar is like, yeah. She walks in with her red wig or like Ronald McDonald Wigan her husband in his leprechaun suit. She's like this is not the Grinch that stole Christmas. Okay. Which is very nice to the advertising department because I can't stop running those little cartoons onto their face. Also, like extremely mixed metaphor like, you know, you talk about leprechauns. And then we what'd she say about her wig the red wig. I think she just said sorretto wig leprechauns. Wrench like you. Gotta pick a lane for your metaphor shade. And you stick in a like leprechaun, you gotta say this is not like tricks box..
"john hat" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Of spelling bones secret society. What does that tell us much because it's a secret stolen, bone the secret society? Associated. We can't talk about that was Tim russert interviewing then democratic nominee, John Kerry who was a member of skull and bones. He was also interviewing George W Bush Republican nominee member of skull and bones. Telling you that they can't discuss it. Secret society stuff, the stuff that Kennedy talked about a week before he was assassinated. And by the way, the CIA director at the time was none other than George H W Bush, and there's a lot of photos that have him in and around Dallas during that week. What are you trying to say, Steve the same thing that all of you have been saying and thinking for a long time, and no one will ever have the proof will always just have our opinion. And now to the phone calls for your opinion, John in Las Vegas your first. Stop tonight. Welcome to the program. He was pulling in LBJ by having Reagan shot. He was sitting in the vice president share just like LBJ when they killed Kennedy. He has that much to gain his his his campaign manager. I believe his name was John would it was actually videotaped or he was this man was a musician. He was George Herbert Walker Bush's campaign manager, I believe John hat would I saw him tortured and killed. I mean, this also the John Lennon assassination El Gado from group. Forty CIA from Miami the security guard also fired on John Lennon, it wasn't just a Manchurian candidate, Mark, David Chapman. Detective in charge said there were too many bullets when when he showed up and in remark that Mark David Chapman was somehow. Brainwashed. She was not right. Mentally at the time. Also, John Hinckley senior president and director of World Vision. Evangelical organization is a front for for CIA covert activity training, the death squads and the Bush and Hinckley's were very close very tight. Yes. So what are you saying? I have the same feelings that you do. And I never liked the bushes. Bush w took part with with George Tenet of the CIA in in a couple of these generals. I have the names written down somewhere with the nine eleven taken down the towers, John West seems what it sounds like to me, John is you, and that's why you wanna kinda be anonymous a little bit tonight. It sounds to me like you have a lot of information because you were put in a position to have a lot of information on my correct on that. Well, I was put out a work. I'm a musician. I used to work in Las Vegas. They put us all out of work. They took down our venues collapsed are union. I started working as a security guard. Why do you have why do you believe this? Well, Steve Wynn. Kind of I don't know if it was Steve or who it was. But they they shut down our ER union. We started losing our jobs back in the eighties. Right. But I'm saying regarding regarding George H W Bush. Why do you believe this is the evidence? So astronomical out there that it's hard to deny that he was a globalist Luciferian. Oh, well, well, I heard that he denied what he said. He didn't remember where he was the day. Kennedy was shot. But I saw the photographs his CIA office is his oil company the front for his oil company within the Dell building just next door to the school book depository building. And that is and that literally seeing that some of the things that really have some people right now are listening, John they're listening and they're saying conspiracy conspiracy. This man was a patriot. No, you don't know that what I do. No is that the Bush dynasty goes back decades involved in some things that I can't support. I appreciate your call. John. Thanks for Wayne in Steve Sanchez, one eight seven seven forty nine. Steve is how you waiting into the program. Let's go to j also in Las Vegas your next. What's on your mind? Yeah. I just wanted to say a couple of things and be honest here. You know, this conversation's a little troubling to me. And. Yeah. Pretty darn. They asked me and just from saying that I'm not saying I disagree. Everything that you brought up I've heard before. But I think while you're listening to Serena. The good book chapter. Sixers thirty seven says judge, and you will not be judged. Let me stop you. Let me stop you. I'm a student of scripture is the good book also says that we are supposed to expose darkness. Why don't you read that scripture? The good book also says we're supposed to Dr excuse me. We're supposed to expose darkness, and that what was done in dark will come to light. Why is it? You guys always start talking about the judging. Have you read the whole chapter or he just selective? I read the whole book. Let me tell you. It's a disturbing. Peres has this is has to eat. Okay. And the morning I understand that. Okay. It's you know, wants wants to. Spirits and less this earth. There's only one person will know where we end up in the last day. No, I'll know where I ended up because because in the gospel of John it, basically says if you cry out to the Lord and believe he's Jesus Christ, you're saved. So you're wrong. I know Ron going. I don't have to wait for God. Shortcake's W Bush going. I don't know do you know where he's going. I never said he was in hell or going to help Abraham you say that. Everything. It's it's it's everything you're saying it only leads to that one conclusion. How do you know? Say he sold out the country never came out of my mouth. It's insinuated. Insinuate anything. I give you facts that was him saying about a new world order if you're a student of the scriptures. What does the bible talk about regarding the new world order, you should know that Jay? I just told you I didn't say I disagree with your message out the man is already passed away. Okay. Not alive. He's no care. Anything? Anything you say, it doesn't matter if he's alive or if he's not here to listen or not. But it doesn't matter because history judges you alive or dead, and I'll be honest with you. I said this, and I said this, and I said this in the beginning, I said this in the beginning is this that there was going to be many people that we're not gonna like what I had to say in. That's okay. But I'm not going to be in a love fest. Because he passed away on Friday. I'm going to speak a truth. Because like unlike you, I know the countries in the deepest depths of the abyss. And unlike you, I'm gonna speak truth. We cannot get away from Prescott Bush literally funding the the armament of Adolf Hitler. We can't we can't get away from that. We can't get away from these things. So the truth of the matter is is when you die. You're damn right people judge you Jay they do. So the truth of the matter is don't come on your high horse and start reading the scriptures to me because I am an ordained. A man of God. I know what the scriptures say. And you liberals always love to talk about the judging don't judge me. Don't judge me? I'm not judging what I'm bringing you fat. I'm letting you the audience decide you don't have to agree with me. I said that on the onset of my monologue. I didn't say you had to agree with me. I said many people aren't going to agree with me. Why should that allow me to not say anything because guess what? When I die someday. There's going to be people that are going to be saying stuff about me too. That's called being in the public life, and I understand his family's morning. But so we're a lot of people on nine eleven their families were morning too. And so we're a lot of families and little children that lost their fathers in Iraq going to a war when there was no weapons of mass destruction. Did you say anything did you call the show then about people morning? You may not like it. And you Republicans may not like it. But I'm gonna tell you something that's truthful, and it may hurt you. I'm not a Republican and tonight, it's gonna show. I am an indoor. Pendant, and I'm a man of God. And I speak the truth, and you can believe anything you want to believe because you wanna wave the flag. Well, I believe in the flag. I have one folded in my studio was I look which was my father's who served in Korea. And he passed away two years ago of cancer. So I understand morning. But I also understand that we make decisions in life and those decisions people will discuss and everything that I said tonight, I didn't say anything false. I didn't say he was in hell, in fact, Jim Baker on CNN today saying that George W George H W. Bush's last words were I want to go to heaven. That's what Jim Baker said. And Jim Baker said we're going to have George how do we know on his deathbed? He didn't cry out to Jesus Christ and say, I'm sorry. I believe you died on the cross I'm sorry for the things that I've done, and I accept you into my life. And if he did that he is in the kingdom of heaven right now..
"john hat" Discussed on KGO 810
"Good evening. I'm Pat Thurston. John Rothman, and Nikki medoro is giving us results as indeed. And we do have a lot of interesting results with the propositions. It's been a back and forth with the proposition. Six was which was the repealing of the fuel tax. If you voted. No. Then you're keeping the field tax. He voted. Yes. Then you're getting renovate healing appealing. So is that fifty four to forty five percent. That's spread has been holding steady. Where it went almost twenty two percent of precincts. Reporting the bond measure for water and environmental projects looks to be going down. At least at this point fifty three to forty percent, the senior property reduction fifty six to forty three in the know category. The dialysis is still a no at sixty two to thirty seven percents of that definitely looks like it's going down sixty five no on the run control for residential properties. As well. Which was interesting because there was a lot of propositions. I think for that had to do with housing. But they did say yes to fund veteran and affordable housing that was prop one. And what about the waterfront, you know, doing the water? That's a local measures local measure hold on. I think I might have that. And then I did have that that was for the embarcadero. Seawall correct. Right. Yes. That's that was proposition. A and that looks like it's going to pass. Well, Gary Dietrich is here with us. And of course, political analyst for K G O radio. Hi, Gary, Gary, you guys. Yeah. Holding forth firm from the state capital? Beautiful capital. The Golden State you're hearing, you know, kind of interesting on his bond guys split. I mean, you know, the water bond going down those things pass the children's hospital bond measure up pretty strong right now. And then a split on those. Well, it looks like well the numbers, I'm Sean say, maybe both of the housing bond may pass. But that's kind of interesting people willing to go with the bunch and also saying, okay, we'll willing to pay the gas tax keep the roads getting better, but they don't want clean water. Well, I I gotta say I'm a little surprised by the water. You know, typically those pass they usually do. And so why why this time around this? When not it's kind of interesting, and Gary it just thrown real quick. Because when I was reading about the the water one the thing that was throwing me was there was no damn or water storage was I reading that wrong. Because I kind of felt like people were the rain is falling or not capturing enough. Would this really help us have enough water when it's really dry in California. Yeah. Well, Nikki you hit on really the these singular big argument that the no folks were going after and that was just that. Okay. It's conserving water fine doing some groundwater storage. But no, new conveyance or more importantly as you're hitting hitting on Nikki storage measures. And that's really kind of become the big dividing line ever watering, California are going to build more storage with simply means building a dam or not. So Gary what about any changes to what we were talking about before? And I'm talking about the candidates who are running right now, not the ballot measures themselves. Yeah. I was just gonna check your and see what we're add on. Why I think is probably the hottest race tonight. And that's superintendent antenna public instruction. And here we have a twenty two percent Marshall touch still leading by five points over Tony sermon. And you know, that's gonna be that's gonna be the big race at this juncture main Gavin's now got the governor's race. I don't think we're gonna see a lot of surprises and the other ones this is gonna be the one that people watch carefully throughout the night. And what do you think gave tough the edge on this? Well, you know education as you. Well know, Pat, he's been a big source of digging the state for a long time, aiming for half the state budget goes to it. But you know, I think generally speaking people have some real concerns about the state of education, and you know, how well is it doing it might like their own local school, they might not. But I think there's some real widespread concerns. About education, and this may be sort of a wakeup call. You know, the education establishments. Like, listen, we gotta do something. 'cause what we're doing. Now doesn't seem to be working for at least a lot of families in California will tell us how much power the superintendent of schools actually has it. This is a guy who's a fan of charter schools is he gonna start trying to introduce charter schools more charter schools around the state and use the funds that are allocated for public education in order to support those charter schools. Well, he won't have unilateral capability to do that. It isn't like you totally controls the budget. That's the legislatures job in the governor signed it. There's also a state board of education show yesterday careful about saying the superintendent too much authority, and I have no doubt that if his elected the CD's gonna make sure that Gavin Newsom legislature put some big tall fences around. However, he is going to be able to propose a lot of things. He's gonna have the biggest education mouthpiece in the state and very likely. He is going to work with others around the country who are really in favor of, you know, bringing some changes to public school education, especially advancing charter schools, he's going to be pushing that agenda. I have no doubt about that. Which is which is very different. We should point out. Then Tom twirler, John. But I don't think twirler who is the incumbent term limited at made any endorsement in this race. Am my right. Well, and don't you find that kind of interesting, John? I mean, you know, Tony sermons being backed by C like tollikson was. But you would have thought you know, that sermon I don't know whether he got his endorsement or not, but he shouldn't have heard much about it if he did. And and I have a high regard. I just want to make this clear of that toilets and has been an outstanding state superintendent really present force and you're right in how this is stacking up because. One of the things that we know. The next superintendent if he wins a has been a great proponent of charter schools, and it's going to be a real issue and one of the things that bothered me about his race was the advertisements that he was doing claiming that Tony Thurmond was reprimanded by Barack Obama. And then after those ads came out, then camera Harris started making ads for Tony Thurmond where she said that there were these lies that were being told about him, which is kind of you know, what sold me on Thurman, but it I I can't stand that if lies are being told in advertising, and if people believe that that's just the way campaigning is going these days. Gary people are just lying about things. You have a good person. You have a Roger stone who knows how to put negative ads out there, and it's going to sway people. It's going to touch them emotionally. And it's going to cause them to sometimes vote against their own best. Interest that I'm bothered by that. The percentage. John hat lying in politics that never happened. Never. The percentage of the state vote. That's been counted. Twenty right now, we've got twenty one point nine is what I'm seeing here on the secretary of state's website John so about twenty two percent. And of course, you know, the thing about it is we and and you know, this. Well, we don't know exactly. Which is coming from typically typically in California, it's the big counties and most notably more or less Leany ones. Like, Los Angeles, go down. He's have a tougher time jenning up there, you know, machine and getting results turned out. So what that means is that you know, this race could and and a lot of races. But most notably this one could change dramatically before the night's over. That was the reason I wanted to make that point. Unfortunately, our coverage ends at the top of the hour at ten o'clock, but we're going to be very interested tomorrow. In seeing what we'll be covering it. And I am assuming you'll be back tomorrow to Gary. Yeah. Well, well, you know, get people up to speed on this no doubt about it. And this is a race. It's certainly going to be you know, has a lot of potential to go back and forth throughout the night. Are there any of these races that you think are is going to take a while for us to get the results on or is this one California race where you think we're going to know everything by tomorrow morning. Well, that's a good question. I mean, if this one's tight with might not know take a house that is like the number one target seat in northern California the Denham race. I mean right now, what did I see here? Forty three percent of the vote in and denim over harder. Just by a percent and a half. So there's a good example Pat of a of a race. It could go on for some time also guys because for the first time California's did not have to have their ballots received by election day. They just had to be postmarked by election day. So anybody who put them in the mailbox today, they have three days are allowed to those actually reach their county. Register then signatures have to be checks pay. You could see how long in a close race things could drag out Gary is that that's for California is that typical across the rest of the country, or do, you know does every state handled the counting of their early voting? Absentee voting the same. No, not at all. I mean, every state sets up its own rules. And that's why we've seen so many changes guy. She said. In our own state. I mean from everything from top tier top two vote getters to how battles are handled. And I mean, you know, you should be remember you had to actually have a bona fide reason to be an absentee ballot user. I remember could now everybody you have to be one. So it's totally changed. I will say anecdotally, I was coming into the TV station here tonight mistake capital, and you know, midterm election. You can walk into a polling place typically in the place deserted, right? The place was packed. I mean, I'm really interested to turn off the guy. I think you're going to be really interesting domico. They're just ridiculous. And look at all the people who voted early which is one of the reasons I look at some of these results and we've had queries from our listeners to asking about will can you trust these results if there was so much early voting, and I saw that there was I don't know thirty three million people voted early, you know, either through absentee ballot or whatever they voted early. And are those ballots counted at the same time the ballots on election day or counted? And I know then there are overseas ballots which can take ten days or so to to arrive, and then to be added into the totals when you've got close races that are going on. It seems almost irresponsible to declare a winner until all of those ballots are counted. Yeah. It's getting more difficult. You can imagine. I mean, imagine. Yeah. State elections official and you're trying to aggregate all of California's county results with all these kind of machinations you're talking about. I mean, I it's getting tougher. I think you'd be able to really pull this stuff off and certainly would any definitive, you know, insight. Tell you what's happening on election night there a question, we have not asked you as I know our time.
"john hat" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"It was his world that he was framing. And he's the one that's deciding who's going to go on the cover, and he's the one who's deciding who's going to get to edit their own interview, you know, and all of these things and an obsessively curing it. And so to the degree was an expression of him, you need to know who he was into me, a realized also that a magazine publisher by his very nature has a serialized lie. Life. And in a way, the book had to be serialized had a serial set of different set pieces that take you in depth into a time and into the relationships that were prominent at that time, and so, you know, at the beginning of for instance, of the nineteen seventies period and the book it's first chapter temptation is he betrays John Lennon and right around this time, he's kind of falling for hunter Thompson. And whereas John Lennon had been the key figure almost amuse of Rolling Stone in the nineteen sixties hunter Thompson is about to become his muse for the nineteen seventies and involved in that is both Jane and Jane's her own love. She had a love affair too with this folksinger name sandy bowl. And I thought God is the four of them. It's like this interweaving soap opera between all of them out at the end of it. The equal sign at the end of this. Crazy thing is fear and loathing in Las Vegas. Yeah. And I just thought that's so fascinating. You know it. So that's the story was it difficult to balance that part of the story where you've got John Lennon and hunter S Thompson and love affairs with addicts and people dying and people living in their office. And then, you know, the last one hundred pages this book spoiler alert. Yeah. Like, it's like a lot of Mick Jagger on his twenty seventh cover of relics. No, right. Getting five stars for his solo album. Right. And like in some ways, the romance is a bit gone. Oh, yes story. That's what compresses rapidly. Yeah. A lot of people were mad about that. Some of the employee's of oh extent, you know, like the second half employees people who name in there. Yeah. They made their career in the nineties or whatever. And they're yeah. Because they came in. That's the thing about a place. Like Rolling Stone people came in even at later hours later years with that kind of history and that romance as a kind of temptation as thing that they wanted to be a part of they went to touch the hem hunter S Thompson. And they wanted to be volved in this. And that was a power that John hat, and he wielded over people, you know, because that was his power. He was the gatekeeper. Yep. You know, big theme of this book is the power that was afforded people who were gatekeepers at a time. When gatekeepers were meaningful thing, you know at a time when there was a limited amount of pages for things to be printed on people like, Hugh, Hefner and yawn. If they had a big great idea, they could create a circus tent and underneath that circus tent. They were the ringmaster. And now, it's hard to imagine me. Maybe like the head of Facebook or something it's yeah. And it's just it's not the same. But this book is an interesting discussion about how 'gate-keeping is a self invented profession. Yes. There was no Rolling Stone that predated Rolling Stone. You kinda just set up shop. And starts a, hey, gotta come through this gate and at first people laugh at you. Yes. And then eventually you got enough people behind the gate, the people start taking you seriously. And you right now, you build it, which is romantic in the era of Rolling Stone. And then by the time, his founding, the rock and Roll Hall of fame is just kind of like crude a little calloused and just seems kind of cheap almost it's lame. Have you been to the rock and Roll Hall of fame? I have an it's kind of sad all these years of hearing about it in Rolling Stone magazine. It's interesting the whole allusion. Yeah. Like the wizard of Oz is everywhere in the nineties. I read about people getting inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame, and you see like a still image of an it's like, wow. Yeah..
"john hat" Discussed on Business & Biceps
"Hey, you guys crush at all I could say Lincoln is talent lives at and if you are a business like we are you have to go there to find skilled people love it. All right. So normally we go through we're gonna throw your. Curveball John Fosko? Hey, throw it hitter. Check this out Noah. With that. Did you get that clip? Better. Right. So amazing amazing. I'm glad. All right. So basically. Normally John knows what kind of craziness. He's about the spit and he'll on that. But we're gonna do. We're gonna kick. John the studio. Yeah. You heard a lot of nerve guy. I know Merisi are gonna come up with your topic. We're going to throw it to you. And basically, you have no clue what it is. And you got it. You got to know about this. He didn't have a Mike. All right. So John fuck out studio me more about the come up with your. Hey, you guys by watch out swinging. Fun. There you go. He's out of the studio. So John's out the studio. So what what do we wanna hear Johnny talk about today? Yes. So Corey recently told me about an experience the John hat on a play. And there's a lady being a bit invasive about John's personal life. No. So no, you know, what it was like we was coming home from LA, right? Yes. And the lady was was invasive about my personal life. But John was more concerned about than I was. So he was sitting catty corner Saint kept looking back at me like. She asked. He said to me, right. Seventy seven year old grandma affirm. So I wanna know is what is the John Bosco line of personal? And I just can't wait to hear how deep is. He From from. from from from from initial from eighty initial interaction. Yes. What is the boundaries? How does he decide to go from there? We're about to come back in. Let's hear him. Art is funny. I'll let you Qaeda acco. I'm false go. Johnny time to come back. Show renewed. I'm back. All right. So I know you guys are my friends. I'm going to queue it up. And then you can you can do the heat up. So so John we was on the plane coming back from me. Right. And I had this really nice. Let me Linh put some context seventy year old woman sitting beside me how see was asking. It was hit by John. Let me let me hold on you sit by me sort of ask these rose back. We'll call it friendly friend rally questions, but John looking back at be with his he didn't have a sunglasses on that table. Look that he's Heidi. Like, basically the task you somebody? Context seventy. So I wanna know as Reese listener, he was overweight. Hold Hold on. Hold on on. hold on on initial interaction. What is the line that John Fosko has to draw for personal space for just invasiveness? And what what does that look like in your head? Because it looked like it's there, it's there's not a lot of leeway. They're all. So hold on ready queue, John's drop jump responsibility. Nor can you be liable for any says those are gestures his mentally healthy. Most of the time if you're funded by these statements. No that is not John tension. Play doesn't really care this being said, listen at your own risk shut the fuck up. Okay. So I wanna get the question straight is the question what I would accept if I was in your position. Yeah. Pretty much like what's the line for you? But but but John FOX. Yeah. Yeah. So just in that situation. You were me or any situation you just run into some start grilling. You don't know them. Right. What is your what what is your Lumper level? I I would say you got like an allowance of two questions that are in my business, right? If you ask me where I'm going to and how long I've been here that's your allowance after that, you're in my shit..
"john hat" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"Fool. Everyone welcome to another episode of paint soup, politics. We hope some of you are joining us after hearing our conversation on Jin hat makers for the love podcast. We helped her process her interview with beta Aurora, which was just a fantastic experience, and we hope a lot of you are coming on over to this podcast because you're ready for some more nuance. This will we're gonna. That's what we're going to show you today. We loved John hat maker. It was such a pleasure as always spend time with her. If you are new to Patsy politics, we're gonna put in our show notes. Some episodes that we think are pretty Representative of what we do here, and we hope that you'll check them out. Thank you so much for being here today. We are going to talk a little bit about hurricane Michael, about the disappearance of journalists, Jamal, kashogi. And then after a quick break, we will come back to discuss the president's op Ed in USA today. Hurricane Michael came out of nowhere. It worsened dramatically in a very brief amount of time. It's one of the worst tropical. Storms to ever hit the Florida panhandle with winds topping one hundred and fifty five miles per hour. The videos coming out of along the Florida coast, art, unbelievable to watch. I think so often, you know, they kind of lose steam and this one did the opposite gained steam and was so so so strong. There have been reports of two people that have been killed, a man and eleven year old girl both in their homes, but the visuals are worried. The number is likely to rise. Lots of power outages. Lots of evacuation an area of the country still recovering from hurricane Florence, you know, is impacted by this hurricane as well. This happening in the same week that I've been reading the IPC report on climate change. It just underscores the urgency that I feel about how we won got to invest in our infrastructure to be able to deal with worsening weather and to..
"john hat" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"I mean, that's nothing, but that was mass. Yeah, exactly. So I'm like, wow, that's crazy. And. Yeah, yeah. Like five minutes later, it had a thousand holder minute just and we sat by a pool of never experienced anything like at my life. We sat by pulling Mexico. We would just watch this photo go viral. And it was, you know, hundreds of thousands and a meet like immediately people started. They go to their bathroom and they'd take a picture there, stretch marks. They're posting their stretch Mark photos, and it went everywhere every when I say that every press outlet in the world picked it up everywhere. And I'm going to tell you of all the things that you want to go viral. That's probably not it like that was very overwhelming, but it really was the first time that I saw the power of just being yourself and how much women resonated with me being myself and showing all of it, not just the pretty stuff, and that was that was really what started to shift and change my career from like food blogger to stepping into the space. And I think this book is sort of the the modern. Representation of what started like without bikini four is kind of like that photo on steroids. Absolutely. I was like all talk about all the things I'll talk about my stretch marks and back fat and peeing my pants and like all of the horrible like you don't have kids, so you've never walked off at the end, but like all of these horrible things that your body goes through. Yeah, I'll just talk about it all because I feel like if I raise my hand and if I say I've gone through this, I've walked through this trauma or I've done this thing that's shameful or embarrassing. If I talk about myself, then I hope it gives you permission to talk about yours was two years ago, three years ago. It's been a few years. Yeah, two thousand fifteen. Yeah. And then you just started to the idea for this book came right after that or so I was still writing fiction, and then I as a food blogger. So I had some cookbooks in there. Event planner, even planner that you wrote fiction books and you a food blog, all the things. Well, I am a massive book nerd, like I read it, I recreate the amounts of books, and I think most book nerds who also have to do any sort of writing for a living. So as writing this blog start to daydream about what, what it would be to write their own thing. So I had started to dream about books and I read fiction, so underwrite it, and that's where I got started in the space, and I was actually, I was on a trip to Ethiopia with. Do you know John hat maker? Some big, yeah. She's very, you'd love her. But I was on a trip with her to Ethiopia, and we're sitting on a bus and she is massively massively successful in the nonfiction space for women. And she was like, hey, SIS, what's your next book? And I was like, oh, okay. Get ready. So there's people and their superheroes prescribing my next fiction. But she's like, no, no. What's the book? What would you tell them? And if you could tell women anything and I never thought about it ever. I never considered reading nonfiction. She said, what would you say? If you could say anything? And I knew the answer because I had had years as an influence or with women all over the world sending me DM's I'm sure like you get DM's in emails and all of these things asking, how do I save my marriage? How do I get my son to stop using? How do I lose the last fifty pounds? How do I? How do I had? And what I want to say which never felt appropriate to say is stop reaching out to a stranger on the internet and fix your own life. I had never encountered anyone like loving women, but also challenging them. Most writers and speakers female writers and speakers in this space tend to be more of a cheerleader. And I'm not a cheerleader. A coach, like a true leader roots for you no matter what coach challenges you to see something in yourself that maybe you don't see..
"john hat" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"Apps by now for dr debbie we had is it l elbow is it off ira elba what is it they'll have l sylvia sylvia how are you doing today i've heard again where are you calling from uh among but i'm going through hartford connecticut you traveling today yeah yeah uh deliver or thrown are you deliver horse trailers well well i understand you have a horse question for our dr debbie yeah i've got a use of 18yearold thoroughbreds gelding uh he's pretty ski any uh take cookie man um i run a small equine rescue down on east taxes and uh i got in this piece floated he had theft to the new got a couple peace man thing and uh i've got him a got him on on that one and only horse fade and i'm trying to figure out if the if that's a good feed to have a milder do on these try something else okay and he's since you've had his teeth floated he's not gaining weight since then still are probably put on a little of white i have really been been how the bruins see what he looked like crowd at the moment are pretty much out on the road mouth all the time on the air the horse okay all right we'll if it's not something that we can easily see an improvement after his teeth have been addressed you know i'll be honest i don't work on horses on a regular basis but john hat horse pig otherwise if we tried just some reasonable care and that hasn't changed in his overall body condition and then i'm inclined to say okay we got a lot we gotta go looking for something there well i uh we've worm dave in everything and uh uh thank you it was the feed 'cause we just i just started email that wanted an omani this like a black around the way for look and you know and i had him on strategy the strategy was appellant niquel it really keep a whole lot of it in his mouth you know he end up dropping a lot of feed slow sure sure well and you know i can tell you that you ling said sometimes when the body weight is not coming up evenou were on a good diet there can be problems ruining.
"john hat" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Listening to talking pets with john hats uh join patch maria ryan and zack udon pick up the phone and give us a call at eight four 430 five seven eight zero zero in the last time i saw alley was went on uh a good friend for the program fully cassini was still alive which fascinating mask i interviewed a him out in los angeles years ago and um he basically uh created at that time he created what he called the e for and this was actually a evolutionary for jordan allowed to say for a he didn't like you didn't like oh egged unlike sulphur and you don't omega seen he was the uh the fashion designer for marilyn monroe foul k n jackie o nice so he told me some stories ever pretty interesting that would have been an amazing interview it was phenomenal now um and so anyway we are try non alya injury me and kevin nealon we're trying on author codes but there were no folk who i am a stateoftheart evolution so if they were the first the evolutionary furs anam they they looked real they felt 300 right they were beautiful uhhuh so you can make beautiful things out of fake things rather than killing an animal to make a for yes theor here absolute anger big that show where they uh does on a pain or the name of now uh heidi colom posted it then i'll stop no um where they designer designers yeah sake the name of it watch it all the time away any anyway i was watching it uh i was w i'd i take the now he's watching it and they were one of the things that they had to do is create a fashion look um and one girl pulled off errs and i'm thinking of these have to be full thursday she full another real in and none came over and said uh th avenue and outfit out of for we are you know antifire we're anti for on this show right um in those kilmeade get i can think of the name um if anybody can think of the name auctioned you ought to book um a dog or cat book cat catechism or dawn tala g one of your choice christy wasn't the name of the shell my friends lessening chrissy.
"john hat" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"I never even when you don't see people for a certain amount of time because you know cindy's for instance cindy does hard thing i do i thing i never had banned interactions with people you know i loved the artist thought i worked with and they obviously love me back and you know who i swear by in the movie is john lydon jumps on list the man one of the smartest people i know he could be tanked and he will talk you under need the table and he knows what he's talking about and you know when you think about john lydon in the sex pistols the sex pistols had one album out revolutionary it also changed the face of rock and roll yeah and you know he does his thing and you know we never sold a million records with him was that will look his image limits public image limited as you and are with them of course i thank you sights on john in eighty five and we made an album called album advocates that was called cassatt arthur was called post all john's idea and you know that record but that bill as well also produce namely he did my swans record steve i as on that record ginger baker is on them record it was all session people out john hat on that record is a monster rosa less alone now is the has pillow everything is under the moniker pill but it's josh her.
"john hat" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"So i'm not really over this whole very bergvall thing yet but a feeling a little a little bit better this would be a great moment my friend pat pointed out she actually posted on our website wft l may fifty wft alcom this would be a great time for the president to pardon some of the soldiers who were convicted of crimes because they had to work around the ridiculous rules of engagement from the bush and the obama administration's they stuck to their posts and and i think that that's a really really good point to some of these soldiers who are at leavenworth who were part of the original leavenworth 10 where we went we did a motorcycle kohl rally you know actually to to try and bring attention to michael the head on and we have the people who are who are in there at leavenworth who should never have been and you know did that you should never been placed thin under arrest for the things that they did michael beheaded was one we also have some other gentlemen who are still in their clint lawrence lieutenant clint lorentz found guilty of two counts of murder for killing taliban fighters how 'bout master sergeant john hat lay a highly decorated twenty 20year vet who served in operation desert storm it didn't other three tours during the iraq war was also serving a life sentence how about sergeant derrick miller i've spoken to his mother frequently he was on a combat mission to the talibanheld area of gather stan he was warned that his base had been penetrate the unit's base had been penetrated so when afghan suspected of being an enemy combatant was brought to him for interrogation and wound up dead you know oaths no he was convicted and sentenced to life in prison of boat bird dog gets to walk off a jesse cunningham another one of the he he was facing charges for assaulting another officer and falling asleep at his post and he rounded out hat lee and all these other you know members of his true to get himself a and easier sense you know that's the kind of shenanigans that went on in some of these cases and she is absolutely right hat lee and uh and certainly derek miller and clinton ranson they should be given a full pardon by the president i'm gonna propose that.
"john hat" Discussed on WDRC
"The costs of raising it and caring for their children since the early days of the administration and will continue to advocate for relief for american families in the coming weeks what do you think anybody got any opinions on this one among some rightleaning policy experts there's a sense that ms trump opted to champion of version of the child care tax credit that can pass and that adheres to very of establishment republican orthodoxy despite her father's disruptive and non traditional approach to gop politics inevitably there would have been a child tax credit expansion in any republican tax plan this is very conventional in a sense with tax cuts on the high end of and expanding the child credit this that could have been what romney did so uh this is going to be interesting but you're going to have some democrats on it too and the first is uh congressman john larsen from east hartford okay when he comes home will have to get him on the program again he's uh been very very cooperative with dan and myself he's got the some ideas as far as the highways of the future are uh are concerned so it's going to be good to be very very uh very interesting let's go to john in old waterbury john good morning good morning wiring hard guy good how're you john hat all right and proper effect back credit children were hurt i mean i hurt him apart at the back credit had found aren't all her her a party mark hit back more than what they put it and if the from your grove at her no i don't know what the outline of this this is a a from the story that we have this morning this is a new a new child tax credit so i don't know if there's anything from the a that they don't have a a child tax credit they have one but not like the one she wants right or credited more outlandish than the one i don't know why in on what a john we'll have to wait and see you don't think there should be any child tax credit or work and over who earn had the in about our epa hey the now prek and anwar forty five hundred hour.