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"john loesch" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"john loesch" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Newsradio dot com good morning i'm mary him so these are the top stories on newsradio w._b._z. m the trump administration relocates hundreds of migrant children that were being held in grinding conditions lacking food and water at a texas border facility more coming up from c._b._s. news iranian officials say they're not looking to start a war with the united states another chicago alderman convicted and sentenced to prison and a chinese family whose daughter was murdered by a central illinois grad student are asking for the death penalty w._b._z. sports cubs beat the braves eight to three the white sox lose to the red sox six to five on the markets yesterday the dow closed up eight points nasdaq down twenty six the s._n._p. up five c._b._s. news update is next to thirty-one c._b._s. news update domingo's garcia with lou lack the league of united latin american citizens visited clint texas over the weekend where migrant children were being kept he says the conditions were anything but hospitable breakfast was an oatmeal cookie and a carton of milk lunch was rama noodles and water and denver was a burrito and a soft drink every day and these are children they just two four six eight and ten the government is removed most migrant children from that border patrol facility customs and border controls as it needs more funding to be able to care for the kids vice president mike pence says they as democrats for money back in january c._b._s. news political analyst leonard steinhorn suggests that the conditions they have allowed these children to lynn are the fault of anyone but their own is unfortunate but it is true that we have to be by the funding to take care of these children c._b._s. news update i'm matt piper w._b._z. news time to thirty to the iranian embassador to the united nations says his country is not looking to go to war with the u._s. yvonne neither war nor on his condition of tension can division gulf region bought cetin cisco's from inside and outside of the region through dangerous acts on attempting to escalate the tensions and that was magic tough trevan shea the u._s. has slapped more sanctions on iran in an effort to force a new nuclear deal w._b._z. news time to thirty two president trump has signed an executive order requiring upfront disclosure by hospitals of actual prices for common tests and procedures to keep costs down residences that the idea is to give patients actual cost information that they can use to help save money for too long it's been virtually impossible for americans to know the real price and quality of healthcare services and the services they receive the order requires the patients be told ahead of time without a pocket cost like deductibles and copays will be but insure say the idea could backfire prompting hospitals at now give deeper discounts to try to raise their own prices to match what higher nurse are getting bill rakoff c._b._s. news washington a lawyer says the family of a chinese scholar will ask a federal jury to recommend that the man convicted of obstructing and killing her be put to death the jury found former university of illinois doctoral student brent christianson guilty yesterday in the kidnapping and slaying of 26-year-old ganging jong attorneys you to wing read a statement from the father of the slain woman were tremendously in the past two years As of today. Was still could not imagine. hallway will live the rest of our lives without her there's no language that can describe our pain suffering john's body has never been found another chicago alderman will be behind bars soon former twentieth ward alderman willy concrete cochran was sentenced yesterday to one year in prison for taking thousands of dollars from award charity fund u._s. attorney john loesch prosecutors will continue to be to deter those from using their public office for private gain and we believe a sentence of imprisonment is one of the things that helps son that deterrent message cochran is the city's thirtieth alderman since nineteen seventy to be convicted of crimes related to official duties several other former alderman including edward for dole eac and william beavers were convicted of crimes after leaving the city council a new associated press norc center for public affairs research poll shows most democratic voters have not fully tuned into the campaign despite nearly two dozen candidates selling their messages on the trail yesterday does sound like rock hill south carolina is ready but the poll shows many democrats are not nearly two thirds of those registered to say they're paying little or no attention to the campaign so far though seventy nine percent say they're interested the number suggests there's a big potential for change and what's basically been a static race with the chill biden holding a solid polling lead other candidates have a chance to break out of the pack with the democratic debates starting this week saga megani washington the driver of a truck involved in a fatal crash in northern new hampshire appeared in court yesterday he was arrested monday morning at his home in west springfield massachusetts seven motorcyclists were killed three others injured three year old below two mayor across ski went before a judge in springfield massachusetts district court saying he would not fight extradition to new hampshire he faces seven charges of negligent homicide has no indication win he'll make his first court appearance there at the time of the friday crash secorski was free on bond pending a drunk driving case in connecticut police say they found packets containing residue suspected of being heroin in his home in massachusetts when he was picked up gary.

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"john loesch" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"john loesch" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Coming up at fourteen past the hour. Look at sports at fifteen past quite a World Series game last night. And later this half hour, the news quiz questions. I our top story on NewsRadio WBZ AB one person reported in serious condition after a second floor porch collapses onto at least five people early today on the northwest side reports indicate the port suddenly detached from an apartment building in the twenty nine hundred block of west lyndale street, sunny, three males and two females to follow the ground. In addition to one person seriously hurt the other four reported in stable condition that this hour there's no word yet on what caused that ports of collapse. Again on the city's northwest side, local and federal law enforcement, charging Twenty-three gang members in connection with murder stolen guns. And the intimidation of witnesses crimes police say they boasted about on social media. He's man and their associates terrorized countless numbers of families police superintendent, Eddie Johnson and Cook County seats at Terni, Kim, FOX say the charges against several high ranking and other gang members is a win for neighborhoods. Devastated by crime, though, there are significant. Work left to do Inglewood is safer today because of this investigation US attorney, John Loesch says using racketeering laws originally designed to go after organized crime also works against gangs. This is one group of people working together to protect their turf. And in doing so to commit acts of violence, including murder. Prosecutors blamed the gangs for eleven murders a cousin of one of the victim says the killers bragged about it on social media, antsy hardy, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. Chicago police wrestling with questions of safeties Ryan the funerals gang members. This after six people were shot at a rappers funeral in Burnside last week police Lieutenant William genteel says they know who's behind the violence rival rappers with.

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"john loesch" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"john loesch" Discussed on KOMO

"Have more choices? Komo news time, two o'clock straight to ABC news. From ABC news. I'm Michelle Franzen after five days of mystery. Authorities say they have the man who sent fourteen pipebombs to critics of President Trump Fifty-six-year-old Caesar's say was charged with five federal counts that Lincoln to more than a dozen improvised explosive devices mailed to prominent Democrats around the country FBI director, Christopher Wray said analysts found a key clue on one of them. They uncovered a latent fingerprint from one of the envelopes containing an IUD that had been sent to congresswoman Maxine Waters court records said some of the mailings included photographs of the intended recipients marked with a red X Aaron Katersky ABC news, New York, as he left the White House, President Trump commented and saying he committed law enforcement and says he's should not be blamed for say X actions. The two most recent packages were discovered in California officials say they've been rendered safe to prominent California Democrat, Senator Kamla Harrison billionaire donor Tom Steyer, both receiving packages containing what appeared to be devices. On friday. Federal sources are telling ABC news the packages appeared to match the other sent to targets in Harris's case her office, saying a postal employee identified the package reported it ABC's. Alec stone. Twitter says it suspended say X account. US attorney John Loesch says twenty three suspects have been charged in Chicago street gang ks that includes at least eleven murder. Ludi members and their associates murdered and assaulted rivals stole guns Dharam themselves. Members will face both federal and state charges. Authorities say a Canadian men who kidnapped his toddler son during a court ordered visitation and went into hiding for thirty one years has been arrested in Connecticut. Federal officials say a relative told investigators that Sixty-six-year-old Allen man junior might be living under an alias the son now in his thirties. You're listening to ABC news. Stay.

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"john loesch" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"john loesch" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Majority leader Mitch McConnell says the full Senate will vote later this week on cavenaugh the New York Times out with an extensive investigation. That accuses the president of being a tax cheat the newspaper says Trump received at least four hundred thirteen million dollars from his father over the years much of that through dubious tax dodges including outright fraud. Russ Butte near is one of the reporters who worked on the story developed sort of a network of sources through which we paying more than two hundred tax returns. Eventually they were filed by his father and his father's businesses over the years in general ledgers and banking statements that really provided a very firm factual underpinning for Welby President Trump tweeting about this this morning. He says the failing New York Times did something I've never seen done before they use the concept of time value of money in doing a very old boring and often told hit piece on me. Added up. This means ninety seven percent of their stories on the bad. Never recovered from bad election. Call that's the tweet from Trump Illinois Republicans calling for a criminal probe of democratic candidate for governor. Jay Pritzker, the state Republican congressional delegation wants Chicago US attorney John Loesch to investigate Pritzker is removal of toilets from one of his homes to render it uninhabitable to lower the property taxes yesterday Pritzker agreed to pay back three hundred thirty thousand dollars. He saved on taxes dramatic testimony from officer Jason Van Dyke yesterday telling a jury that he shot Liqun McDonald because the black teen was approaching him with a knife Van Dyke says he had no choice, but to shoot closing arguments could happen as soon as tomorrow in the trial. WLS news time nine oh. Three. WLS news is sponsored by comet energy efficiency programs, backing traffic at WLS.

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"john loesch" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"john loesch" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Monterey we check our kmarts forecast this morning Debbie yes and then we'll get your CBS, news update about what's happening with the supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh but, today Labor Day. If you are planning to go. To a, parade or a backyard barbecue keep in mind it's going to be very hot in fact the next, three days are just like this hot humid sun. Mixing with clouds ninety two degrees today, but it'll feel more like one hundred this afternoon. Then, tonight it'll, be mainly, clear sticky a low of, seventy four overnight tomorrow and Wednesday again cotton humid sunny skies, both days ninety, two degrees. But feeling like one hundred as we head into the afternoon but then Thursday some. Relief we'll have an afternoon shower thunderstorm Thursday's high eighty. Four and eighty two on Friday It's seventy Seventy-three now downtown at five thirty one CBS news, update the president's pick for supreme court is likely. To be spending his Labor Day gearing, up for a confirmation hearing that begins tomorrow in. The, Senate Judiciary, committee South, Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham we'll, be going to bat for bet Brett cavenaugh grab a hearing, there's no drama, and this. Dramas those running for president how will they handle this hearing on the democratic side You know we're gonna get this good man confirmed, also on FOX Illinois dick Durbin one of the Democrats upset over the administration withholding more than one hundred. Thousand pages of Kavanagh's record has been more concealment. Of documents concerning his public service in his position on issues, than ever. In the history of the United States CBS's, Laura Podesta, this argument is very much a numbers game the White House has turned over four hundred thousand Cavanaugh records more. Than any recent supreme court nominee but. Democrats want to. Know why those additional one. Hundred thousand documents are. Being kept hidden CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez news time is five thirty two the news is brought to you by Saint Louis county parks Seventy-three destinations, countless adventures, officials, in, the, Melville school district say students staff safety. Will be enhanced by the. Use of a new system for screening visitors are Brett. Bloom explained superintendent Chris gain says the raptor visitor management System will provide his schools with a quick and efficient way to identify anyone who might present a danger to students safety it works like this upon entering the school building visitors will be asked to present an ID like driver's. License or other. Government issued ID that will then be passed. Through scanner and within seconds raptor will check the visitors against a national database of registered sex offenders, raptor systems were installed in Melville schools two weeks ago as of the first day of class Tuesday all. Schools will be using them while most schools have. Been back in session for weeks now tomorrow will be the, first day. Back for Miriam school Andy Thorpe said they, started a, huge project earlier this year and needed some cushioned get it done middle school expansion is twelve thousand square feet. And all our middle school to expand And do you know the the existing Marion school had really been. Renovated sincerely, ninety so that really allowed us to spend, some resources, to renovate it looks great really fantastic Thorpe says they're thankful to the community and generous donors have helped them raise ten million dollars over two years for the expansion and renovation some of that money goes. Into scholarships Miriam academy is the area's only high school for kids with learning disabilities and it is starting its third year in an effort to prevent violence over this Labor Day holiday weekend Chicago, police have added extra patrols on the streets the police department is putting. An extra fourteen hundred officers on the, streets as well as federal agents looking for drug and, gun, crimes superintendent Eddie Johnson and US attorney for northern Illinois John Loesch are joining them Johnson. Telling, CBS they conducted a raid before the weekend began over. One hundred targets have been arrested.

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"john loesch" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"john loesch" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Two other vehicles Elisa de LA Cruz of Yonkers New, York was shot in the head and died at the scene Jim Krasula CBS news there was. A span of fifteen hours, over the weekend when, Chicago police. Reported no shootings lists comes as the department stepped, up enforcement over the holiday weekend among the extra fourteen hundred police officers plus federal agents patrolling. This, weekend where superintendent, Eddie Johnson and US attorney John Loesch the superintendent tells CBS two they started off the long weekend with several enforcement, actions we had a raid that started on Thursday I think over one hundred. Targets have been arrested some of those people will be taken federally. Of course but we do, different things like that to make sure everybody can have an enjoyable He says the department time the raids so as to get violent offenders off the streets the beginning of. The weekend antsy hardy NewsRadio one. Zero five point nine FM a pastor who is under fire for. Saying black America is. Losing its soul at Aretha Franklin's funeral says he stands firm by his words, with a hope that those critics can understand his perspective wherever in Jasper Williams junior said he felt his sermon was appropriate at Franklin's funeral Friday and Detroit the, Atlanta-based pastor felt his timing. Was right especially after other speakers spoke. Unle civil rights movement and President Trump Williams says his. Words about black women being incapable of raising. Sons alone and his thoughts on the black lives. Matter movement were taken out of context some, called Williams, eulogy a disaster and question why he was chosen as.

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"john loesch" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"john loesch" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Is a registered trademark of FCA US LLC Overnight heading into the morning cloudy with areas of. Patchy fog low. Down to seventy three and for. The rest of your Labor Day Monday, hazy hot and, humid with some isolated thunderstorms the temperature up at ninety degrees Philadelphia will offer a new approach in its. Parent, training classes it's called, act ACT KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb was there when. Providers were taught how it all works we are here to teach the bears how you handle that situation that happens a lot it's, a common wish for parents children should come with, instructions the act program. Provides it at with the goal. Of preventing child. Abuse prevention expert Julia Silva says it's widely recognized as one of the most. Effective ways to do that so. Very universal interactive program to have, parents, to learn. How dare your parenting is very important in determining how the children will be in the future and. Civil within town to teach the program to providers in the Philadelphia parenting collaborative Pat Augusta's Gilbert of intercultural family services says she's anxious to share it with parents, their basic things if you. Just stopped to think you will be able, to, put, them into practice Loeb KYW NewsRadio taking. No chances in Chicago the police department is putting an extra fourteen hundred officers on the street. As well as federal agents looking for drug, and gun crimes superintendent Eddie Johnson and US attorney for northern Illinois John. Loesch are joining them Johnson telling CBS they conducted a raid before. The weekend began I. Think over one hundred targets have. Been arrested some of those. Will be taken federally course but we do different things like that to make sure. Everybody can have an enjoyed last Labor Day weekend seven people were killed and thirty five. Others injured in shootings Nancy hardy for CBS news Chicago overnight heading into the morning cloudy with areas of patchy fog and for the rest of your Labor Day Monday hazy hot and humid up next traffic.

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"john loesch" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"john loesch" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Down to seventy three and for the rest of your. Labor Day Monday hazy hot and humid with some isolated, thunderstorms the temperature up to ninety degrees Philadelphia will offer a new approach in its parent. Training classes it's called act ACT KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb was there when providers were taught how it all works. We are here to teach the bears how'd you handle that situation that happens a. Lot it's a common wish for parents children should come with instructions the act program provides it set with the. Goal, of preventing child abuse violence prevention expert Julia Silva says it's widely recognized as one of, the most effective ways to do that so very universal interactive program to Paris To. Learn how dare your parent is very important in. Determining how the children will be in the, future and silver was in town to teach the program to providers in the Philadelphia parenting collaborative Pat Augusta's Gilbert of intercultural family services says she's anxious to share it with parents are, basic things if you just. Stopped to think you will be able to, put, them, into practice Loeb KYW NewsRadio taking no, chances in Chicago the police department. Is putting an extra fourteen hundred officers on the streets as. Well as federal agents looking for drug and, gun crimes superintendent Eddie Johnson and US attorney for, northern Illinois John Loesch. Are joining them Johnson telling CBS to. They conducted a raid before? The weekend began over. One hundred targets have been arrested. Some of those people will. Be taken federally of course but we do different things like that to make sure everybody. Can have enjoyed last Labor Day weekend seven people were killed and thirty five others injured. In shootings Nancy hardy for CBS news Chicago overnight heading into the, morning cloudy with areas of patchy fog and..

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"john loesch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"john loesch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"England WBZ news time five eighteen we've, got eighty four degrees. And mostly sunny skies in Boston Our top stories now many of the students evacuated from their dorm last night because of a fire are being allowed back, in at. This hour and authorities are investigating the cause of that fire And patrol boats are scouring the waters off, a Cape Cod. Beach, after someone spotted a shark this morning the US and Canada will resume NAFTA negotiations on Wednesday this after the two countries failed to agree on a deal by Friday's deadline WBZ news time five nineteen well thanks to a couple of bystanders a four. Year old boy was saved from drowning at sandy beach, and Winchester an off-duty revere police officer and a doctor were nearby when the boy was found unresponsive underwater a witness tells WBZ TV that the boy had fallen off a flotation device the officer pulled the boy from the water began CPR but the doctors helped the boy was breathing as he was carried off the, beach to a waiting ambulance in Milford a seventeen year old boy is. In critical condition after being pulled out of north pond authorities say he was swimming around six o'clock last night when. He got into trouble. And went under the water a good Samaritan pulled them out and started CPR before first responders arrived Chicago was seen a big increase, in crime this year and police are taking more steps to keep the. City safe this Labor Day weekend the, police department is putting an extra fourteen hundred officers on the streets as well as federal agents looking for drug and gun crimes superintendent Eddie Johnson and US attorney for. Northern, Illinois John Loesch are joining them. Johnson telling CBS to they conducted a raid before the weekend began over one hundred targets have been arrested.

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"john loesch" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"john loesch" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Superintendent Eddie Johnson and US attorney John Loesch the superintendent tells CBS they started off the. Long weekend with several enforcement actions We had. A rain that. Started on Thursday I think over one. Hundred targets have been arrested you know some of those people will be taken, federally of course you know. But we do different things like that to make sure everybody can have an enjoyable weekend He says the department time to raid so as to get violent offenders off the streets at the beginning. Of the weekend antsy hardy NewsRadio on one zero five point, nine FM after a fifteen hour lull in which no one was reported shot in Chicago Seven people were shot. In wounded in separate incidents from yesterday, into this morning across the. South and west sides the most recent shooting was four thirty in little village police say at twenty four year old man was walking in the twenty seven hundred block of west twenty fifth street when he was shot in the abdomen, he is in critical condition police, had to restore order before the funeral mass in little village for six of the ten children. Who died last weekend sleepover fire the story, from WBZ m.'s Bob Roberts Chapelle Berta Rojo's preached a message of. Peace harmony and compassion but the mood beforehand. Was ugly twenty minutes before the mass began a. Fight broke, out inside of Our Lady of Tupac church, it spilled, onto cirmac, road in a crowd chased them half a block down Whipple street before police could bean And restore order mourners exchange gang signs TV cameramen was harassed and other photographers, across the street from the. Church were, told by a man and a gang hat to stop shooting photos in video Bob Roberts. News Radio one zero five point nine out that this is Labor Day weekend busy time on.

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"john loesch" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"john loesch" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The coverage yesterday but let's get a quick update of the rest. Of the. Holiday weekend, forecast meteorologist. Mike Cameron good morning good. Morning. Dina were starting out, today okay after last night's rain things have cleared up and I think we'll spend. Most of the afternoon dry here so. Good news on that front deputies probably going to be the. Driest of the three weekend days next door chance won't roll in. Until about four or five o'clock that's when I'll see. A few isolated storms bubble up but the main show tonight is, once again going to be over Overnight we're. More than a nocturnal type of thunderstorm scenario. So big storms. Possible tonight with heavy, rain as, well as on Monday night but we'll have plenty of dry hours today. As well as tomorrow here, in Chicago and this. Active weather pattern is going to continue all week storms through next weekend. Which could eventually cause some problems in area river so something we'll be watching closely over the next seven days or so and. Then for the the rest of the week once. We get past the holiday week. Are we looking. At super hottie no pretty. Warm all week long Dak, today we're going to be, in the mid to upper eighties tomorrow Meteo as for highs and we may back. Off into. The lower, eighties by. Thursday Friday and Saturday but. Nothing. Real cool nothing fall, like for the rest of the week and continued active so warm humid and stormy. For much of the next seven days. Here in Chicago but the good news for today is mainly. Dry until about four or five clock than a few isolated storms. Bubble up but the main threat will hold off until. Tonight so great news for outdoor plans today a few more storms Around tomorrow but boy what a light show we had last night on, the northern suburbs believable and a lotta times clouds block the thunderstorms you see you, don't really see all that lightning in the base of the cloud all the way, to the top but that wasn't the case last. Night and that's why that late show was just so fantastic we didn't. Have any clouds blocking those stars is great to, watch but if you're under those storms, wasn't so much fun drenching rains? And, some unsettling lightning on, those storms and McHenry county last night get those grills ready for this weekend yeah yeah Mike I, appreciate the update thank you so marching you bet there's meteorologist, Mike hammer Nick, as we move into. An update of the very latest on this Sunday morning and Dave. Schwann has got the latest targeted raids and more police on the streets are a. Couple ways police are trying to curb crime this Labor Day weekend also Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson and US district attorney. John Loesch were on the streets and some of. The city's most dangerous neighborhoods last night. Superintendent Johnson says shoe Shootings. Are down, twenty percent from this. Time last year thirteen people have been injured two are missing after to recreational boats collided on. The Colorado, river near the California border with Arizona a spokesperson for the San Bernardino, county fire district said they hit. Head on Saturday evening former President Obama. Will speak this Friday September seventh at the university of. Illinois and he will receive an award for ethics in government that. Award is named for Paul,.

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"john loesch" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"john loesch" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Chairman announcing they finally struck a deal with the doj about producing documents for their joint investigation into the fbi's decision making during the two thousand sixteen presidential race now the two men that deserve credit house judiciary committee chairman bob goodlatte house oversight and government reform committee chairman trey saudi offered no details about the agreement they said that they reach the assistant attorney general stephen boyd and the us attorney john loesch was appointed earlier this month oversee congress's request for the documents but the two lawmakers expressed satisfaction that they would get what they needed and literally they said the committees have reached an agreement with the department of justice to access the documents that we have been requesting for months why do they always push it to the last second here why is it always pushed to the very end anyway we look forward to reviewing the information for a better understanding of the decisions that were made by the department of justice in two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen and the house judiciary house oversight and government reform committees are jointly investigating you know the justice department and the fbi's handling of the probe into hillary clinton's email server and potential surveillance abuses let the amazing thing is is all the while you know the media has been stuck on their phony narrative trump russia collusion trump russia collusion stormy stormy stormy we've been actually breaking real news on a regular basis here on this program and the news that you know everything that we're saying is absolutely true now everything that we now have said is coming to fruition why do you think commes is in trouble why do you think all these criminal referrals took place last week why do you think because everything we've been reporting to you is absolutely right dead on target and it's just a shame that it it is slow walked every single solitary issue and every paper and every document for the very purpose of of not being transparent you know that's why you had rod rosenstein literally on his own you know singlehandedly trying to prevent what became the newness memo from ever seeing the light of day because he was begging paul ryan to defy the house committee chairman devon nunez not hand over the documents it's unbelievable by.

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"john loesch" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"john loesch" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Justice department has finally turned over to congress thousands of pages of documents on the fbi's cover up the hillary email server scandal the hill is reporting now which may shed a lot more light on james comey's decision to exonerate clinton before investigating clinton and so many other travesties i remember they have one point two million documents that were ultimately looking for so you have to g house gop members chairman announcing they finally struck a deal with the doj about producing documents for the joint investigation into the fbi's decision making during the two thousand sixteen presidential race now the two men that deserve credit house judiciary committee chairman bob goodlatte house oversight and government reform committee chairman trey goudy offered no details about the agreement they said that they reached with the assistant attorney general stephen boyd and the us attorney john loesch was appointed earlier this month oversee congress's request for the documents but the two lawmakers expressed satisfaction that they would get what they needed and literally they said the committees have reached an agreement with the department of justice to access the documents that we have been requesting for months why do they always push it to the last second here why is it always pushed to the very end anyway we look forward to reviewing the information for a better understanding of the decisions that were made by the department of justice in two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen and the house judiciary house oversight and government reform committees are jointly investigating you know the justice department and the fbi's handling of the probe into hillary clinton's email server and potential surveillance abuses now let the amazing thing is is all the while you know the media's been stuck on their phony narrative trump russia collusion trump russia collusion stormy stormy stormy we've been actually breaking real news on a regular basis here on this program and the news that you know everything that we're saying is absolutely true now everything that we now have said is coming to fruition.

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"john loesch" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"john loesch" Discussed on WTVN

"Chairman announcing they finally struck a deal with the doj about producing documents for their joint investigation into the fbi's decision making during the two thousand sixteen presidential race now the two men that deserve credit house judiciary committee chairman bob goodlatte house oversight and government reform committee chairman trey goudy offered no details about the agreement they said that they reach with the assistant attorney general stephen boyd in the us attorney john loesch was appointed earlier this month oversee congress's request for the documents but the two lawmakers expressed satisfaction that they would get what they needed and literally they said the committees have reached an agreement with the department of justice to access the documents that we have been requesting for months why do they always push it to the last second here why is it always pushed to the very end anyway we look forward to reviewing the information for a better understanding of the decisions that were made by the department of justice in two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen and the house judiciary house oversight and government reform committees are jointly investigating you know the justice department and the fbi's handling any of the probe into hillary clinton's email server and potential surveillance abuses let the amazing thing is is all the while you know the media's been stuck on their phony narrative out trump russia collusion trump russia collusion stormy stormy stormy we've been actually breaking real news on a regular basis here on this program and the news that you know everything that we're saying is absolutely true now everything that we now have said is coming to fruition why do you think komi is in trouble why do you think all these criminal referrals took place last week why do you think ed and it's just a shame that it it is lay of slow walked every single solitary issue and every paper and every document for the very purpose of of not being transparent you know that's why you had rod rosenstein literally on his own you know singlehandedly trying to prevent what became the newness memo from ever seeing the light of day because he was begging paul ryan.

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"john loesch" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"john loesch" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Gop members chairman announcing they finally struck a deal with the doj about producing documents for the joint investigation into the fbi's decision making during the two thousand sixteen presidential race now the two men that deserve credit house judiciary committee chairman bob goodlatte house oversight and government reform committee chairman trey goudy they offered no details about the agreement they said that they reached with the assistant attorney general stephen boyd and the us attorney john loesch was appointed earlier this month oversee congress's request for the documents but the two lawmakers expressed satisfaction that they would get what they needed and literally they said the committees have reached an agreement with the department of justice to access the documents that we have been requesting for months why do they always push it to the last second here why is it always pushed to the very end anyway we look forward to reviewing the information for a better understanding of the decisions that were made by the department of justice in two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen and the house judiciary house oversight and government reform committees are jointly investigating you know the justice department and the fbi's handling any of the probe into hillary clinton's email server and potential surveillance abuses now let the amazing thing is is all the while you know the media has been stuck on their phony narrative ow trump russia collusion trump russia collusion stormy stormy stormy we've been actually breaking real news on a regular basis here on this program and the news that you know everything that we're saying is absolutely true now everything that we now have said is coming to fruition.

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"john loesch" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"john loesch" Discussed on 710 WOR

"House gop members chairman announcing they finally struck a deal with the doj about producing documents for the joint investigation into the fbi's decision making during the two thousand sixteen presidential race now the two men that deserve credit house judiciary committee chairman bob goodlatte house oversight and government reform committee chairman trey goudy they offered no details about the agreement they said that they reach with the assistant attorney general stephen boyd in the us attorney john loesch who was appointed earlier this month oversee congress's request for the documents but the two lawmakers expressed satisfaction that they would get what they needed and literally they said the committees have reached an agreement with the department of justice to access the documents that we have been requesting for months why do they always push it to the last second here why is it always pushed to the very end anyway we look forward to reviewing the information for a better understanding of the decisions that were made by the department of justice in two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen now the house judiciary house oversight and government reform committees are jointly investigating you know the justice department and the fbi handling any of the probe into hillary clinton's email server and potential surveillance abuses now let the amazing thing is is all the while you know the media has been stuck on their phony narrative ow trump russia collusion trump russia collusion stormy stormy stormy we've been actually breaking real news on a regular basis here on this program and the news that you know everything that we're saying is absolutely true now everything that we now have said is coming to fruition.

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"john loesch" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"john loesch" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Two ninety eight a pound bartlett pears one twenty eight a pound ingles low prices love the savings steve winslow wsb i'm wsb meteorologist kirk mellish with lance most accurate and dependable forecast overnight mostly cloudy low forty six and for your tuesday a mix of sun and clouds high sixty six lows thirty eight to forty two wednesday sunshine high sixty eight lows forty three to forty six thursday a mix of sun and clouds warm high seventy five low fifty one forty nine degrees on peachtree street at one zero seven i'm mark alewine news ninety five five and am seven fifty wsb depend on it brian kilmeade yes my receptive voice thank you very much brian kilmeade big our company way we're going to be joined by daniel hop in former cia guy formerly he use at one point be stationed in russia and dan crenshaw wants to be the next congressman he's a former navy seal running for congress in texas district he'll be joining us live talking about the border as we have hundreds of troops and national guard troops streaming to the border right now who hasn't responded california big shock to me you get that order from the federal government it's just a matter of how many and how what time they get there it should not even be a consideration especially if you are a border state big three now with the biggest things you need to know to the power of three brian's big three number three absolutely moving to this process not slow walking at and want very much to work with them so that they can have their oversight role produce the documents there are a million plus of those documents why is the fbi not allowed to why is the guy allowed to hold out what is taking so long it's been almost a year to get a million pages forward and say to give a couple of thousand hopefully this us attorney john loesch who's expected to be named today right now and it's official we understand we'll get some results i hope the number two i know there's some jitters out there i don't think there's any trade war inside just technically we have taken no action you understand that.

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