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Should We Be Harvesting Ballots? Razorfist Weighs In
"So if that's the sad reality of where you are in Arizona, where I am in the Commonwealth, what is the response? What did the good guys do? Because it's clear, the GOP, you say in your last video, the GOP knew this, didn't want to fix it apparently. What's going to happen? Is it going to be up to local actors, local activists to just harvest ballots where it's legal? What is the response to those who actually believe that oh, I don't know, are representatives should actually be chosen by the American people raise a fist. Well, I mean, come on, it was our fault. I mean, you saw Meghan McCain after the election. Shouldering her cruciform length of dogwood and saying, you know, the message of the election is if you run in Arizona, don't insult my father. First off, sweetie, John McCain wasn't even from Arizona. And second, I'd insult Biden and his voters, but I try not to speak ill of the debt. Frankly, I think what needs to happen is an adjustment of strategy as well as an understanding that the reality of elections has changed. Like I do like the idea of Republicans showing up en masse on election day. But it doesn't happen. But it's also very, very important, I think, that they not avoid early voting. That they not avoid mail in voting. And these unfortunately, I think some of these are strategic blunders from well meaning campaign managers all across the country that they are unfortunately exploiting. Look, the idea that election fraud is or ballot harvesting as a conspiracy theory is absolute lunacy on its face. It's
AJ's Initial Thoughts on Election Night 2020
"I mean, who would have thought? We'd ever miss hanging chads. So this show is a combination of famous bits and politics is a bitch. I can't believe we have to go to bed. It's 1 o'clock in the morning here in Las Vegas. My throat is horse from screaming at the TV, screaming at Donna brazile, Chris Wallace, Jake tapper, a number of other assholes that I just can't John Roberts. I can't say. And some fucking boring woman, they put on the Fox News channel, along with Martha McCallum, who's the wolf in sheep's clothing and Brett Bayer who, listen, he has his one hour time slot on Fox that's the most boring fucking show, you ever want to see. You know, I know he's steady Eddie, but he has no panache, no pizazz, the team that Fox put together to bring us this election night special, the biggest election of our generation. What a fucking dud, so I'm a horse. And I'm a little worse for wear, but this is an embarrassment. Not to mention there was some very dubious behavior. If not criminal behavior, and we're going to find out in the ensuing days, you know, we heard for a while that Pennsylvania was going to be a pain in the ass. But did we expect it to be this fucking annoying? you guys lock up and go home? What kind of fucking union is this? Are you kidding me? The presidential election hangs in the balance and you're going home. Did we expect Arizona to apparently apparently I should say flip like we're being told it flip? Is this the ghost of John McCain sticking up Trump's asshole? Sure seems that way if the numbers hold up. Wisconsin we don't know yet. Michigan, we don't know yet. And the Secretary of State and Pennsylvania said they could be counting ballots till Friday.
"john mccain" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"And this news about Trump just solidifies that. I'm an independent for a reason. I was raised a southern Democrat. Migrant farm workers from Oklahoma to California. Yeah. I was a Republican for a while. The John McCain, the Donald Trump's the bushes, the, you know, it's not easy out there, man. It's tough and it's true. And the Republicans, you know, honestly, the Speaker of the House that can't speak and Mitch McConnell, the turtle boy in the Senate and the already a demolition Derby for the presidential race in 2024. And Hillary Clinton says it's already been stolen, so. This is 8 90 WLS a.m. Chicago, not a four 7 WLS anthem. HD two Chicago. Media station. Illinois House Republican leader Jim durkin, not seeking reelection to his leadership position. Latest on the races out there, news is next first, your weather channel four can look good as mild air comes in and maybe a few records here and there, sunshine developing today if you're not there yet, 69, but no records today. Maybe a record high low temperatures tonight at 59. Tomorrow cloud sun record warmth possible forecasting a tie at 75 and the cold front comes through tomorrow night with a few rain showers. Friday morning clouds afternoon sunshine much colder mid 40s. From the weather channel, happy meteorologist race stage at WLS 90 another update in 30 minutes to 62° right now under partly sunny skies at O'Hare 59 downtown at
ABC News: The Path to Republican Victory Is Through Arizona
"According to ABC's Rick Klein and Jonathan Carl yesterday, the path to Republican victory might just come right through here in Arizona with a Blake masters victory. Yeah, John, this poll with ipsos shows that both parties have their areas of strength, but Republicans are starting to open up pretty open up a pretty significant gap on some of the biggest issues that motivate voters, inflation, crime, issues around the economy, double digit plus gap. That's what the campaign has been about. That's what the ads have been focused on. Now, Democrats have their issues as well. They have yawning advantages on things like gun violence, abortion, climate change, but the problem for them, John, is that those aren't the issues that are motivating voters first and foremost. Either in polls or talking to voters, it's those issues around the economy. And if this campaign is about inflation, high prices about crime, Republicans have a big, big advantage. Okay, and here in Arizona, a senator Mark Kelly, the Democrat, obviously running against Blake masters, tight race, you have been saying that this could come down to something you're calling McCain Democrats. Yeah, and John, this is kind of a microcosm of what we've seen around the country. Keep in mind that right here, this used to be red territory. Maricopa County fastest growing county in the country. John McCain won right here in 2016 last time he's on the ballot by 15 points. Fast forward just four years though, Mark Kelly and Joe Biden both win this state. Biden winning by barely 10,000 votes. One of the biggest upsets of the election cycle. So the battle right now, it's over suburban voters. It's over new voters in this fast growing county is over Latino voters. These are the trends you're seeing everywhere, and this drop voters, people that for decades voted Republican now have been voting Democrat where they land almost certainly determines where Arizona lands. And if you want to see why that matters, John, take a look at this. If just this one Senate seat flips, if Blake masters is able to beat Mark Kelly in a few weeks, Republicans go from a four in ten chance to an 8 in ten chance to take the Senate.
Masters Closing Gap With Kelly in Senate Race
"Well, Blake, I know that your opponent who apparently was an astronaut. I may have heard that once or twice. Mark Kelly, is besides being a 96% of the time Joe Biden supporting a senator. He also had some like what was it $80 million to use against you? That's right. Well, they've spent 80 million already. As best we can tell about 30 million of that has just been attacking me lying about me trying to vilify me. The other 50 million apparently is just going to prop him up and lie about his record. You know, this guy votes just like Bernie Sanders in the United States Senate to the left of Bernie, actually. But then come election time, red campaign Kelly. He campaigns as a moderate. He's an independent, always pretending to be John McCain up there. You know, he's a rubber stamp for Joe Biden's agenda, and the only chance that Democrats have to even come close to winning this election is just to lie. They've got a lot of money to do it. I just don't think it will work out for her. Well,
Ed Vitagliano: Republican Party Was Formed to Stop Polygamy
"Know what's strange is we actually got a lot of resistance from the Republican Party early on. Now I'm talking about in the area of roughly 2003, 2004 where Massachusetts wanted to legalize same sex marriage. And that's when we were and again, other groups as well. We're sounding the alarm. We tried to get the Republican Party to push for a constitutional amendment. And I remember Republicans high profile Republicans like John McCain, but also the administration of George W. Bush was hesitant to push for something like that and we were always told this is a state issue the federal government will never get involved and we were warning the Republican Party that no, this will get thrown into the courts and after some of the previous rulings that the Supreme Court had made like Lawrence V Texas, we felt that the Supreme Court would eventually make this a federal issue and you know, a lot of people don't know this, but the Republican Party was formed obviously to stop the spread of slavery, but a lot of people don't know it was also formed to stop the spread of polygamy. If you look at their basically their charter when they were started, there were concerns about Utah and some of the Mormon influence and the spread of polygamy, the Republican Party had as one of its planks, so to speak, stop the spread of polygamy. And it's sad to say that the hesitancy of some in the Republican Party, not all, some were champions of natural marriage. But
Is the Trump Movement Like Syria's Kurds, an Ally for Christians?
"Have the joy of speaking with our friend John mirac John. You have an article at stream dot org. People need to know to go to stream dot org and find your article. The title is, is the Trump movement like Syria's Kurds and indispensable ally for Christians. Right. So I was telling the story of the devastation of the Christians of Iraq after the American invasion in 2003. In Syria, something similar seemed likely to happen. The Arab Spring was going to bring democracy to Syria was going to overthrow its evil dictator and the American liberals and American neoconservatives were all gung Ho excited that it was going to overthrow this Arab dictator. Only problem was, the people were going to overthrow it, were radical Islamists linked to Al-Qaeda, John McCain lied to us about that. He flew over there and said, I vetted them. They're moderate rebels. They're moderate, moderate. During the 2016 presidential campaign in the foreign policy debate among Republicans out of all those like 12 or 13 Republican candidates. All of them but three wanted to shoot down Russian planes to help these Al-Qaeda linked Islamist jihadis take over a country with a million Christians. And of course, ethnically cleansed them like they had in Iraq.
Ned Ryun: 'That's Not an Interview, That's a Tongue Bath!'
"Let's know what Jake tapper asked. You just asking a question of Mark Kelly this past weekend. I think it's cut 19. Do we have cut 19 guys? By the way, Ron Johnson, don't forget Ron Johnson, Wisconsin. I want to ask you about your Republican opponent in the upcoming Arizona Senate election. He says Democrats want to quote change the demographics of the country. He is openly embraced Donald Trump's election lies. He has the support of a lot of openly racist notorious individuals. The Arizona Republican nominee for governor says the President Biden isn't a legitimate president. She says she wants her democratic opponent in jail, the Republican nominee for Secretary of State in Arizona. He's a self proclaimed member of the oath keepers. You hold the seat once filled by John McCain, who is a conservative, but he did work across the aisle. He was very critical of voices like the ones I just mentioned, not them specifically, but that kind of what he would call Looney Tunes. Wow. I mean, listen to this. That's something to interview. That's a tongue bath. He's going up there. He's doing the work for them. He's doing the work for them of market on the market. Yes, Jacob, you know, so you get tapper out there to say all the negative stuff and then Kelly gets to come out and pretend like he's this moderate. It's a great game. It's a great scam. But you got to understand Republicans need to understand this. By the way, I do upload say Ron Johnson over in Wisconsin. You need Wisconsin because these are the states, the same key states. You look at the overlays, Georgia, New Hampshire, Wisconsin, in all of these are states that you need for 24 net. Well, I was going to say, first of all, Jake tapper and the definition of corporate propagandist example a definition is Jake. I mean, that was ridiculous, but he really is the norm. Obviously he's not the exception how most of these corporate propagandists are. They're out there to actually fight for one team, not the other. They're not interested in finding the truth or asking hard questions. They're interested in amplifying a certain narrative for their team. And I think once you start to realize, I don't even want to call them mainstream media anymore, Jack. Their corporate propagandists, when they are seen as such, you understand the game they're playing.
Meghan McCain Calls MAGA Conservatives 'Neanderthals'
"So here's misses Dominick. I want to read to you what she wrote on her Twitter account. Hell of a strategy to whatever the majority voting hell of a strategy to win over the majority voting block of Arizona independence in a general election. Now, she would have stopped there, that would have been fine. It was a valid point. She's talking about, we've got to unite the Republicans in Arizona, right? Then she turns around and she does exactly what she's accusing Carrie Lake of doing. Here's what misses Dominic Meghan McCain said. I know she thinks she's governor already. But you have to win over more people than just cpac, maga Neanderthals to actually win a general election. So misses Dominic pulled a Hillary Clinton, you know, the basket of irredeemable deplorables. And she calls all of you people out there, all you conservatives maga Neanderthals. Now I just want to say something. It's offensive that she would call call people like you and me. Those kinds of words. But I'm not surprised, because she's a nasty person. Her father was a nasty man. Yes, I know. We're not talking about his wartime service. We're talking about his political service. I honor everyone who serves in our military. But that doesn't give John McCain a pass for all of the things he said and did to hurt conservatives. And so I pointed out, she was talking about strategy. And I just asked Meghan McCain, what was her strategy? What was her daddy's strategy? When he betrayed Republicans and conservatives on the ObamaCare repeal. And she blocked me. She didn't even have the guts. She didn't have the courage to even answer the question. It wasn't
So What Has Meghan McCain Actually Done?
"McCain is a very mean, very unhappy, very mean spirited person, and I knew this working I didn't work directly with her at Fox, but I heard the stories. It's just not she's not a very pleasant person. And that comes across on TV. You saw that. Remember when remember when she was on what the view with the squawking magpies? She's not a very sympathetic character. And the reason why is, what is she done? Aside from being the offspring of the late senator John McCain, what has she done? I don't think she's done that much. She got married to Ben Dominique, who is the, what the founder of the federalist or one of those conservative things. And I got a lot of blowback because I called her in my peace grace maker. I called her misses dominance. I didn't call her mega McCain. I was just trying to be polite and cordial. Oof. Misses Dominic. So anyway, you have Carrie Lake and she's out there saying that she put a stake through the heart of the McCain machine. What is she talking about there? Well, she's talking about the establishment. She's talking about these establishment Republicans, who hate conservatives, and every time they get elected, they turn their backs on conservatives. But they embrace conservatives during the election cycle because the establishment guys can't get elected without our votes. That's what Kerry Lake was trying to say.
"john mccain" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"He and others would like even more restrictions and credited Giffords and families like her own whose lives have been altered by gun violence for helping to make it happen. She's the embodiment of a single signature American trait, never, ever give up Biden said. Biden also recognized former Republican senators Alan Simpson of Wyoming and John McCain of Arizona, recalling a less partisan era of Washington, in which members of different parties would argue over issues during the day and then meet over dinner at night. McCain died of brain cancer in 2018. He spent more than 5 years in captivity in Vietnam while serving in the U.S. Navy. He later represented Arizona in the House and Senate and was the 2008 Republican presidential nominee competing against Democrat Barack Obama and Biden. Biden said he didn't appreciate the political competition, but I never stopped admiring John. I knew his honor, his courage and commitment. The 17 people receiving honors have overcome significant obstacles to achieve impressive accomplishments in the arts and sciences, dedicated their lives to advocating for the most vulnerable among us and acted with bravery to drive change in their communities and across the world, while blazing trails for generations to come. The White House said. Biden himself knows what it's like to receive the medal, then president Obama honored Biden's decades of public service by awarding him a Presidential Medal of Freedom with distinction during a ceremony shortly before they left office in January 2017. Biden closed the ceremony by declaring this is America. The other 13 medal recipients are sister Simone Campbell, a member of the sisters of social service and a former executive director of network, a Catholic social justice organization. Julietta Garcia, a former president of the University of Texas at Brownsville. Garcia was the first Latina to become a college president. The White House said. Fred gray, one of the first black members of the Alabama legislature after reconstruction. He was a prominent civil rights attorney who represented Rosa Parks. The NAACP and Martin Luther King Jr. and at age 91 continues to practice law. Steve Jobs, the cofounder, chief executive and chair of Apple Inc., he died in 2011. Father Alexander carlus, the assistant to archbishop demetrios of America. Kalut sos has counseled several U.S. presidents, The White House said Biden said he is one of my dear Friends. Kazir Khan and immigrant from Pakistan, Khan's army officer son was killed in Iraq. Khan gained national prominence and became a target of Donald Trump's wrath after speaking at the 2016 Democratic National Convention. Diane Nash, a founding member of the student nonviolent coordinating committee who organized some of the most important 20th century civil rights campaigns and worked with king. Megan Rapinoe. The Olympic gold medalist and two time Women's World Cup soccer champion captains the OL reign in the national women's soccer league. She is a prominent advocate for gender payee equality, racial justice, and LGBTQI plus rights. Biden said she is the first soccer player to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Simpson, who served in the Senate with Biden and has been a prominent advocate for campaign finance reform, responsible governance and marriage equality.
"john mccain" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"President Biden awards Medal of Freedom to Simone Biles, John McCain and 15 others. By darlene superville of The Associated Press in Washington. President Joe Biden on Thursday presented the nation's highest civilian honor. The Presidential Medal of Freedom to 17 people, including gymnasts, Simone Biles, the late John McCain, the Arizona Republican, whom Biden served with in the Senate and gun control advocate Gabby Giffords. Today, she adds to her medal count, Biden said as he introduced biles, a former foster child whose 32 Olympic and world championship medals make her the most decorated U.S. gymnast in history. I don't know how you're going to find room for another medal. Biden joked. The 25 year old is an advocate for athletes, mental health, foster care children, and sexual assault victims. She's also the youngest person to ever receive the medal. Biden said. The democratic president who took office at a critical point during the coronavirus pandemic also honored Sandra Lindsay, the queen's New York nurse, who was the first person to be vaccinated against COVID-19 outside of clinical trials during a live television appearance in December 2020. It was the first time Biden had awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. His recipient list included both living and deceased honorees. Some of them representing various stages of the president's life from the Catholic nuns who taught him as a boy growing up in Clement Delaware to Republican lawmakers he served with in the Senate to a college professor like his wife Jill, to advocates of tightening access to firearms. Biden introduced Giffords as one of the most courageous people I have ever known. The former Arizona congresswoman founded the organization named Giffords to campaign for an end to gun violence and restrictions on access to guns. The Democrat almost died after she was shot in the head in January 2011 during a constituent event in Tucson. Biden noted that he recently signed the most sweeping gun control legislation in decades, though
Colonel Douglas Macgregor Reacts to Sen. Graham's 2017 Russia Speech
"Colonel, I want to play cut 72. It reinforces something you said where the west was the one that was pushing towards the border of Russia. This is Lindsey Graham and John McCain and Lindsey Graham giving a rather enthusiastic speech saying, we're going to take the fight to Putin. We're going to go straight to the border. We're going to play offense. Play cut 72. Your fight is our fight. 2017 will be the year of offense. All of us will go back to Washington. And we will push the case against Russia. Enough of a Russian aggression. It is time for them to pay a heavier price. I believe you will win. I am convinced you will win and we will do everything we can to provide you with what you need to win. Colonel, your reaction. This was very dangerous, obviously. And they had a receptive audience unfortunately in Ukraine given its tragic history. And I think this actually has its roots in the 1990s in Bosnia Herzegovina and then subsequently in Kosovo and the attacks that we launched against the Serbs, which were aimed ultimately to eject Russia for all intents and purposes from the Balkans and Europe to marginalize Russia. Russia was weak. We were strong and we made no secret of our desire to marginalize them as a power. All of this is connected. And it's unnecessary. I couldn't understand why we even continued to maintain forces in Europe once the wall came down because there was no threat from Russia and frankly today there isn't one when the president of Finland was asked why he wanted to join NATO. He made it very clear that he didn't feel as written by Russia in the least. And I don't think that's the case with anybody right now in Europe to truly understand contemporary Russia.
Biden awards Medal of Freedom to Biles, McCain, Giffords
"President Biden has awarded the nation's highest civilian honor to 17 people This is America The Medal of Freedom recipients range from athletes Megan Rapinoe and Simone Biles the nation's most decorated gymnast She has to her medal count of 32 I don't know if you're going to find room To civil rights lawyer Fred gray Fresh legal brilliance and strategy to segregated schools and secured the right to vote Former congresswoman and shooting survivor Gabby Giffords One of the most courageous people I have ever known X Biden said it colleague Alan Simpson This is the real deal Their late colleague John McCain received a metal posthumously as did labor leader Richard trumka and Apple cofounder Steve Jobs When Steve left us as something special Actor Denzel Washington was to get a medal but skipped the ceremony after getting COVID-19 Sagar Meghani Washington
Steve Deace: Things Changed When Corporations Got Woke
"Against it This gun Bill is a perfect example right It's 14 Republicans who just sold this out in the Senate side Yes And that's a red line there I mean that's the one issue over the last 30 years really that the mainstream Republican Party So if you look at if you look at since Eisenhower gave his momentous exit speech his going away speech The Republican Party's nominees have been Richard Nixon two bushes John McCain Mitt Romney and then there is then there's Reagan and Trump two of these things are not like the other And so this is the reality of the fact that you're aligned with this party has hated its base for decades It has as I saw I tweet out today that the difference between the new populist right and the mainstream right is that we don't favor corporations over God and our traditions And the mainstream right has always done that It was always about it was always up to Chevron doctrine more than overturning roe It was always about the two state solution more than let's move the embassy to Jerusalem And it's always been that way which has changed is when the corporations got woke in and they no longer even pretended to fly the flag and even wink at our belief system That mainstream right now they got exposed Now they couldn't triangulate off of that anymore And so I think a lot of people are pardon the pun getting woke politically just not necessarily in the way the other side had
Steve Deace: The Populist Right vs. The Mainstream Right
"This gun Bill is a perfect example right It's 14 Republicans who just sold this out in the Senate side Yes And that's a red line there Dan I mean that's the one issue over the last 30 years really that the mainstream Republican Party So if you look at if you look at since Eisenhower gave his momentous exit speech his going away speech The Republican Party's nominees have been Richard Nixon two bushes John McCain Mitt Romney and then there is then there's Reagan and Trump Two of these things are not like the other And so this is the reality of the fact that you know you're aligned with this party has hated its base for decades It has as I saw I tweet out today that the difference between the new populist right and the mainstream right is that we don't favor corporations over God and our traditions And the mainstream right has always done that It was always about you know it was always about the Chevron doctrine more than overturning roe It was always about the two state solution more than let's move the embassy to Jerusalem And it's always been that way What just changed is when the corporations got woken and they no longer even pretended to slide the flag and even wink at our belief system That mainstream right now they got exposed Now they couldn't triangulate off of that anymore And so I think a lot of people are pardon the pun getting woke politically just not necessarily in the way the other side had anticipated
Biden to award Medal of Freedom to Biles, McCain, Giffords
"President Biden has announced the next recipients of the nation's highest civilian honor The Presidential Medal of Freedom They include former Senate colleague John McCain John was a hero A limping gymnast Simone Biles who has called out officials for not protecting fellow sex assault victims Enough is enough And fellow gold medalist Megan Rapinoe who soccer teammates have pushed for pay equality We're forcing ourselves into that conversation You answer me when I ask you who is your daddy Actor Denzel Washington will receive a medal as will late labor leader Richard trumka Fight fight fight Former congresswoman Gabby Giffords a shooting survivor who's pushing former colleagues to crack down on guns There's nurse Sarah Lindsay the first American to get a COVID-19 vaccine in public I want to kill public confidence Among the others will be honored next week We are calling it iPhone Late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs 25 years after the iPhone's release I'm Sagar
Barack Obama's Position on a Gas Tax Holiday in 2008
"How come we didn't have all these drilling issues and guests issues and all the rest of it When Trump was president which is why Biden and his team of morons have gotten together and they keep blaming Putin So now Biden has come up with a brilliant idea Let us suspend the federal gas tax for 90 days 90 days And by the way Russia is selling more oil and gas than ever before making a fortune So even that's not working So let's do it this way In their own words Obama at a campaign rally in April 2008 On a gas tax holiday April 2008 cut one go I know that we're having a debate right now about the gas tax holiday I know how brutal this is on folks right now There I know they need relief which is why I've offered a middle class tax cut for every American a thousand dollars for working families that they can deal not only with rising gas prices but rising healthcare costs and rising grocery costs but for us to suggest that 30 cents a day for three months Israel relief that that's a real energy policy Means that we are not tackling the problem that has to be tackled We are offering gimmicks when we're offering the same thing that John McCain's offering on the cheap That means we're not presenting a truthful response to the challenges that we face in America we can do better than that this time Yeah
Mo Brooks: We Have the Ground Game but Need Financial Support
"So tell us what's going on on the ground in Alabama my friend Well we're getting blistered with the financial advantage that Mike Durant and Katie Britt have Katie bread is soaking up the money from the Mitch McConnell establishment wing of the party added to that are the special interest groups and as much as 5 the last 7 years That's been a profession registered lobbyist And in particular she's getting money from the open borders chief foreign labor crowd that loves to profit off of the hardship of hardworking Americans who don't want to have to compete against this chief foreign labor So that's pretty much the setup Mike Durant probably the closest analogy I could give to what he would be like in the United States Senate would be John McCain John McCain is the last time that Mike Durant voted in a Republican primary back in 2008 and he was a surrogate for John McCain around the country And that's why I mentioned him as a lookalike for the Mike Durant campaign effort So both of them have tons of money Mike grant He's a successful businessman to his credit He's put in 10 million of his own but he's also been recruited and supported by The Lincoln Project doing business as more perfect union in Alabama doing business as the element of patriots pact Jake harriman of those organizations pledged Mike Durant $15 million if he would get into the race That's a lot of money in a state like Alabama We have the ground game We had the support of almost every single conservative organization at least everyone I know of But unfortunately Mark as you well know
"john mccain" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Again the appropriate amount of nails for a situation Karen and she persists Nevertheless hello Karen in Chicago Hello Hi good morning You know I have been wandering for the last 5 6 years listening to these never Trump Republicans About why they sound so much like we do And I just want to know like with the Steve Schmidt releasing all this information on John McCain Wow And the campaign and the yeah Wow And 244 people that bought Meghan McCain's book disagree with him I guess 250 That's not 2.4 million 244 Don't want to hear a little entitled bitch Is the name of the book Do you know who my father is or is that But you know what I want to know it's like all of these never trumpers you know or the pro democracy faction of the Republican Party Where have they been Starts filling the key These people know they know a lot of stuff about these people that were pro Russia They were cozying up with these oligarchs and the Russian mob So we need some answers And I mean I say close to the midterms as possible really You know so that we can see who these people are The Sarah Palin could see all of them from her house apparently Exactly Thank you honey Yeah by the way John McCain just a dangerous and reckless as we thought he was at home And blah blah blah Whatever And quite a surprise that Meghan McCain is a whiny entitled little bitch Okay hey speaking of course.
"john mccain" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"8 to 10 a.m. here on 90.1 WAB This is climate one I'm Greg Dalton The United Kingdom is in many ways the United States closest political relative Yet climate politics in the UK are rarely marked by the partisan and racial divides of the American climate debate It's funny looking across the Atlantic because I see a promise and a warning all at once Rebecca Willis is a professor at Lancaster university in Britain an author of too hot to handle the democratic challenge of climate change We spoke last year before Russia's invasion of Ukraine She describes a passage of the UK's 2008 climate act as an incredible political moment It was the first time that any country anywhere had passed such comprehensive legislation to tackle climate change as a systemic issue And the amazing thing about it was that it had cross party political support So all the major political parties in the UK supported it And out of more than 600 members of the national parliament less than ten I think it was three or 5 voted against it So it was incredibly consensual And it basically set the tone for climate politics in the UK So we still have a very consensual approach to climate change We don't have anything like the politicization of climate change that you have in the U.S. or that you see in Australia Right so at that point the labor government supported it the leader of the Conservative Party David Cameron supported it You know U.S. who had kind of a political consensus around climate change at that time with Barack Obama and John McCain basically in the same place and that fell apart So in the UK in 2019 the British national policy was strengthened What happened then You're right The original act was passed by a labor government the left wing government And then in 2019 it was basically updated to reflect what we now know about climate science that basically we need to get to net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 And so the act was updated to include that science So what has endured is the scientific consensus on climate change being translated into a political consensus When the science changed the politics changed And in 2019 of course that was under a conservative administration So a right wing administration continued to work of their political opponents really How does the Conservative Party in America the Republicans compare to conservative parties in other countries And their stance on climate is climate just anathema to right wing parties in democracies around the world I think this is an open question at the moment What we've seen in the UK is a sort of soft support for climate policy on the right So we've seen strong support for the targets and the ambition but what we haven't seen in the UK is a really comprehensive narrative a story of how a right-wing government or a center right government can tackle climate change And I think that's going to be the next big challenge Because what we've seen definitely in the U.S. and to an extent in the UK is the left owning the story about how you tackle climate change and tying that story strongly to related stories around social justice and racial justice as well in the U.S. In the UK I would say the left has been louder about climate than the right but you don't have that confident narrative And I think that's all to play for I think it's perfectly possible to construct a right-wing climate narrative It just hasn't happened yet And it has to happen right Because half the population of our country tends to vote right wing And we need at least some of them to come with us We can't do this just through left wing votes And so articulating the climate case on the right is really really important And too hot to handle you reference the hidden rules that govern the British Parliament and how white men quote assume their way of being a politician is the natural or neutral way of going about things and quote how does race play into the response of democracies to climate disruption in the UK or elsewhere I did this research with members of the national parliament in the UK I did anonymous interviews with politicians from all the major parties And what it showed to me is that politicians really care about how they are perceived how other people see them And they develop this sort of strong sense of what a politician should do how they should be presented And there was some previous research about how black or minority ethnic MPs struggled because they were constantly sort of having to they were always being asked the race question if you like they were always being asked to say what they thought about race issues in a way that white politicians weren't being asked right So they were singled out for being a minority as a racial minority or as a woman because there are still fewer female politicians They were always asked about racial issues or about gender issues What really surprised me when I did this research was that climate was also sort of an issue that politicians felt like outsiders if they stood up for climate action Right so when they're making it's not a masculine it's not a white masculine issue Well it's not part of political traditions And so a politician who decides to stand up for climate action who tries to make a case about why we need to shift our the basis of our economy It's just the basis of our politics to deal with this literally planet threatening issue If a politician decides to stand up for climate they are pitching themselves as an outsider The politicians who I spoke to said quite strongly that they didn't want to be seen as freaks for speaking out on climate They didn't want to be seen as climate change zealots Those were their words not mine So there was really strong language about speaking out on climate change And you felt that politicians were sort of self editing that they were really worried about climate but also worried about speaking out They were worried about their reputation about the sort of threat to their identity if they talked too much about climate One member of parliament told you they've knocked on thousands of doors and people just don't talk about climate change Research suggests that if people don't think they can affect a problem they're less likely to recognize its existence So does that pose a challenge for democracies that rely on public awareness and support for transformative change of people aren't talking about it the politicians don't think it's important Yeah I mean the relationship between politicians and the people they represent that's the very fundamentals of politics right That's what politics is about And climate is a really tricky issue when a politician is thinking about who they represent And they look to the public and they look to public opinion and they think that people aren't very concerned about climate because people don't talk to politicians about climate change But actually I've come to think of this as a bit of a vicious circle It's kind of a circle of denial because what's actually happening is that people are worried about climate change You know both sides of the Atlantic concern about climate change is really strong And yet people don't see their politicians standing up and talking about it And so you have this sort of silent standoff where politicians are saying I don't want to speak out about climate change because I'm not sure I'll be supported for doing that I'm not sure I'll get votes because of it And on the other hand you have people thinking well I am worried about climate change But if it was that serious surely politicians would be leading on this right Surely they would tell us what to do So you have this sort of standoff where neither side is willing to make the first move They're both expecting the others to lead the way And that's why I think that it's really crucial that we get politicians who are brave enough to just stand up and say you know what climate this is the issue for politics I spoke earlier in this episode with Heather McGee who argues that a major impediment to political support for climate solutions and the United States is the idea of a zero sum game that is something as good for you in this case reversing climate injustice It must be bad for us and that actually people of color and white Americans look at this differently that white people send to see a zero sum and people of color.
Josh Clark Jumps Into Georgia Senate Race
"Now, Josh Clark, let me jump in here. People listen to my show every day. It's got 470 affiliates. I have on candidates from Washington state yesterday in Ohio, from Pennsylvania. You're from Georgia. I talked to people because it's my belief that Americans are interested in every race. They care deeply about getting the Senate back. We have to beat Raphael warnick. Why are you a better candidate to beat Rafael wernick than anyone else running? Of course, the big name is Herschel Walker. We don't deny her. Why are you better than a Herschel and everybody else should take on pastor warning can beat him? Yeah. Well, number one, none of them let me back up. We're running for the U.S. Senate, of course. And that's not two years like Congress is not four years like the president, it's 6 years. It's so long, it's almost scary. You can either do a lot of good or a lot of bad. And we learned in the past, we had a nice man, a military hero. I appreciate a service. John McCain, right? He served our nation and then he went to the U.S. Senate. We found out just because you serve in the military like 13 immediate family members of ours, four of my brothers. I mean, again, I hold them in the highest regard, but I've learned the hard way. We have as a nation that just because your military doesn't necessarily mean you're conservative.
How Is the Obama Administration So Insulated From Media Scrutiny?
"We saw coming out of the Patriot Act, as you said, that first few years of W's and George Bush's administration into the Obama administration. You know, one of the things that I think is so underreported is Obama administration and we're transitioning this into a little bit later, was so, oh, we're going to get along with the world. We're using this. They were one of the heaviest users of drones and I mean, I mean, how do they how does the Obama administration continue to be so insulated from scrutiny from the mainstream media, even after he's been out of office now for so long? It's a mindset. Listen, I remember the summer of 2008 like it was yesterday and the media was cheering on Barack Obama. There was no chance for John McCain to win that election because the media had fallen in love with the idea that the first black president was going to be elected and then he had this great new liberal progressive agenda that would take us away from the policies of George W. Bush and the wars. In fact, Obama sustained those wars continuously, continued to exercise in some cases, extend the powers of the Patriot Act and became a regular consumer of information that had been unmasked and in fact the unmasking requests under Obama went way up. So did the violations of civil liberties. That's one of the most important things in November of 2016 as Barack Obama is about to head out the door. He drops on the fisa court. Oh, we forgot to tell you about 5 years worth of violation. Sorry about that judge. And they drop all of these violations as they're going out of the door so they wouldn't get in trouble. If the Trump administration came to the court, 5 years of just chronic violations of American civil liberties, they had less regard for civil liberties than the Bush administration. The record in the fisa court is now ultimately clear about that.
"john mccain" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Putin was not expecting Those have cratered the ruble and really led to panic frankly in the Russian economy Well who was it John McCain that said they're basically a gas station with nukes So okay We shut down the gas station Right yeah And the ATM don't work Yeah yeah Well and representative is a descendant of Ukrainian refugees I know you've always been outspoken You tweeted about we should be welcoming refugees to America authoring work authorization permits You know I was saying I have a friend who's Ukrainian and her parents just escaped from Ukraine and came over here And I offered I said look I have two extra bedrooms She has a cousin that's still stuck in Kyiv And right wingers frequently call radio shows like mine during things like this to say oh how many Ukrainian refugees are you taking in And I'm like I've offered to take in several How about you I mean you speak to the best of what America is You are the descendant of Ukrainian refugees You're a war vet You've fought for your country This is what America has always stood for right We believe as a country that the circumstances of your birth should not determine the condition of your life And that is no better manifested than in how we welcome refugees And it's not just who we are as a country and our character It's not just what my home state of Massachusetts is as a Commonwealth founded by refugees It's also by the way really good for our economy I mean what's our biggest problem right now is businesses can't hire people The Ukrainian workforce is tremendously talented and we've got 6 Americans looking for every ten open jobs right now We should be jumping up and down trying to bring these refugees into the country and give them more authorization permits And by the way can I just say on another subject quickly you tweeted the omnibus should be a slam dunk for Democrats We should not be stripping 15 billions in COVID funding from the budget You said these funds would be used to prepare for and prevent future variants exactly what we're going through right now according to the World Health Organization doctor redlin or who we just had on just talked about this this thing you said that we should not be stripping funding This is exactly what they're warning about the cases are spiking We shouldn't be lifting restrictions We are in the midst of a new variant and some variant I have rarely been as frustrated as I was last week when that 15 billion got taken out and just for our listeners awareness with that 15 billion was was $10 billion for domestic basically R&D to prepare for future variants And to stockpile critical supplies and then 5 billion in advanced market commitments for the covax facility which basically means that we will be helping to vaccinate countries overseas that have had been having a hard time doing that It would be hard to envision a better return on investment right now If you think about an ounce of prevention then $15 billion to prepare for and prevent the next variant in surge I can tell you that right now the national Institutes of health are not doing high priority research on COVID because of this lack of funding It's unconscionable Yeah Let's get this fixed And as the youngest dad in Congress how old are your kids Teddy is two and grace is 6 months Okay They're both pandemic babies but I'm hoping they don't even remember it Exactly Well there should be very proud of their daddy It's always a pleasure to get your expertise in all these subjects particularly this morning representative Thanks so much Have a great morning You too There you go Represent the big office He's gonna be president aren't they Oh and we're gonna say we had them on Just when we stopped losing access to them I just thought we should point out We knew him when Right Okay 50 minutes after the hour this portion of the show brought to you by I listen all hail Travis bone and his miso glazed cod I can't I can't compete with that and the Brussels sprout the maple 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"john mccain" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"Election day in November of 2008, the Saturn Uranus opposition went exact and it ended up being this tension between archetypally. It was like Obama as the change candidate and he became the sort of uranium figure versus John McCain who ended up becoming the saturnian figure who was, I think, at the time, one of the oldest candidates that had ever run for the presidency in the end, it was like Uranus in that opposition won out and Obama won the presidency on the day that Saturn was opposite Uranus. So here we have something similar where we have Uranus squaring Saturn and Uranus really being highlighted in the question of what is the change archetypally figure at that point? Who is the rebellious or the underdog figure that's in that position, and which of those two wins out? Is it Saturn, which is in the superior position or if it or is it Uranus, which is getting highlighted so much by the eclipse and by the north node being there? Yeah, there's certainly a lot more attention on that you're in a side. Yeah, I mean, to what you were saying earlier, if it was just a full moon that tightly can jump Uranus, we would still have our eyebrows raised. But it's a total eclipse. It's pretty close. It's pretty close. And so and then with everything else going on, it's just a lot. It does a lot. Yeah, so the eclipse makes it have much more long-term impact along far reaching consequences and this is also leading into the third and final exact hit of the Pluto return of the U.S. at the very end of the year on December 28th. So it's happening in that.
"john mccain" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Oh my God I really think she is waiting to do the John McCain thumbs down thing I think she is bought lock stock and barrel And I really hope that I'm absolutely So that was together That was to give healthcare to millions of Americans but okay Yeah Oh God Now I have a rumbly tumbler He saved that Yes exactly All right thank you mom For that final gastrointestinal distress Okay love you Bye 52 minutes after the hour Do not miss spy edition of idiot of the world And I'm telling you 'cause you're gonna laugh a lot when you listen to that And then what happens laugh lines Oh Yeah You destroy your face Right By chamonix I'm telling you I just got the upfront face test right No filters No TV lights No nothing No Oh my God Everybody got their face up in my face in Madison They did Yeah They swore you Got an F you were to my face Wow You really do look 40 Wow I said thank you Jen you sell right Patented plant stem cell therapy specifically targeting eye puffiness and bags incredibly powerful natural serum It works instantly ask anybody in Madison people And I was wearing a mask so I was highlighting my life It was Eyes in my forehead right Okay I love their whole line I use the day cream the night cream and neck cream but the eye stuff that's where everything is centered right The frown lines and the smile lines and the bags puffiness right we want you to see for yourself right now you get 50% off If you hurry and go to love genius dot com slash Stephanie 50% off all genius sell packages that is love UCL dot com slash Stephanie.
"john mccain" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"So i was at the nineteen fronts. Very warner media up fronts. That year we shut the place down. We were there we were there. I am so you from restroom. Yeah member Brochure dip blow is spending the tunes there. Yeah dip conan presented harry potter went up on stage to say anything. Yeah next to check check check. Check picked up harry potter legendary upfront legendary. All right. let's get into banking some of our first responders. Okay here's the first response. This is from crack. Craig says sweet. Wow this as handle. It's got a good handle we. We i mean this is. This is for him to at maverick. Ten twenty three. Yeah man i is. Let's personalise let's go in the bio please mousumi be john mccain bounce back then the two thousand eighteen right maverick. Yeah he's only maverick. I'm aware of so as you're personalizing your thank you. Steelers lakers and as fanatic love my wife and pops heavy metal enthusiasts. Love a good joke and he got that covered owner of some. Some does okay. So this is definitely john mccain so keep that in mind i would say to honor you. Know him and an his brave choice. I respond. You'd have to be a maverick to get in there. I that's kind of what we were saying. Sure so you're saying that you want us to thank him. No we want you to. We want you to respond to him. And whatever way you know you're you're the first responder responders and whatever feels right to you. You know how. I mean how. I respond there. I get it get it. Okay i would say shit. I would start by saying dear john mccain start that way You're gonna wanna yeah. It's a classic dear john. There's a little joke. I could do that dear. John put mccranie disease. So this is really putting it in parentheses. That's funny as shit. Some of the funniest shit. I've ever seen in my life but i would say let's not freelance too much bevan's but as we're as we're going forward bevan's i loved it. The you tried this joke in that it landed does should actually cracking me up killing me right now. So i i like that one but in saying that i don't want you to now feel so emboldened that you're taking other huge swings like that but thanks for making my day. I'm laughing really hard. This kevin kevin's bro. You have all the fucking power in the world right now off and walk. You've attorneys mike. Wipe bevan's that's true. Turn his mic off. This is a pivotal moment for you. You know how like you. Fuck with a bully. Punch him right in the fucking throat. Got us this a this advice. Major financial applications for. It's like talented. One of those polar bears that they show global warming ads like a shrinking ice flow to walk..
"john mccain" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
"He or she is a real victim for decades getting nothing working asa to make sure three kids make it to adulthood somewhat reasonably and he's the victim and on in addition he starts pursuing repairing his identity. And he does it in a way where he starts becoming the hero so he files lawsuits. He involves attorneys. He involves the government. The arizona government all the way up to the point where he gets senator john mccain to pitch a law literally called the heart a law to congress to make it a felony to have your identity stolen. He goes to congress. He's speaking before congress my father. He's on every show again with a book. He selling the book on how to protect your identity. He's a bestselling author right. I'm watching this all unfold in highschool no conversations with me no no interaction. The i'm watching this all impo now. My father is not only a victim. He's a celebrity. he's a hero. He's making it a felony to get your identity stolen. In now you can pursue it criminally and now you can get your identity back by reading his book in. You're going to be great and everything's gonna be okay. I'm watching this unfold. And i really believe that has had a tremendous effect on me not wanting to be in the public's eye because something about that experience where i believe that he is borderline sociopathic in his actions and behaviors and the fact that he is showing zero emotion to the fact that he has an entire family in which is abandoned the fact that he has inevitably made it almost impossible for them to succeed financially. Despite the fact that he's a very successful engineer financially well eventually later on in his like after you know my parents wars and here he is a hero right in so i have had the experience of having that unfold at an early age for me where i have been concerned about my capacity.
"john mccain" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"John McCain or Eric Bill said in for John She's Melissa Barkley, well as the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks approach on Saturday. History teachers. Have you ever thought about this history? Teachers have a big job of explaining about the dark day in U. S history to kids who weren't even born yet What questions do students have? How do personal stories bring that data life as they teach it? Well, it all first starts at what the kids already know about the day students. I see now that weren't even born. It all depends on what schools they went to how much in depth they went as to how much knowledge they have about it. US teach history teacher at Riverside, a university high school, Alan vein, he teaches freshmen and juniors there. He tells me how he begins the history lesson on that tragic event. I start out by finding out what they even know about it. You know, it's amazing. The wide range of Knowledge that the students have some are, you know, I think it was a bombing. Uh, some think it was in a certain areas that it wasn't some know all about it that it was Involve planes and other things like that, but first got to find out what they know and then start to expand on it. Yes, that really kind of depends on what they've learned through the years if their parents talk about it, Mr Bass says the way he teaches about the event every year kind of evolves up until recently, when the troops were still in Afghanistan, and they're now out. Well, now it's over, but we're involved in this war that was ongoing afterwards that seemed to continue. Continue continue and The unsure itty of what our objectives were. Were they reached by, you know, capturing and killing. Osama bin Laden was at the end of it, or it's still going on. So it did change. However, the main purpose was to get kids to understand the gravity of that day. So it's kind of interesting the kinds of questions that students have for Mr of a When it comes to 9 11. Maybe some things that you wouldn't really think of. They often have kind of insecurities about is that something that could happen here early on when I go over it, you know, they know where New York is. They have a good idea where New York City is, but they're not aware of the density and How actually crowded the entire area, the metropolitan areas surrounding it, and I show them all that stuff. And, you know, I reassure them that Milwaukee is probably relatively low in the pecking order for places that That's something like that would ever happen. But you know, that's often a question they have is could that happened here? Why would they do that? Why would they target those buildings? You know, and things like that, you know, and students are often curious. It's kind of the car crash syndrome. You know, It's like something you have to sit and watch and you're curious about it and why this happened and what's going on? And you know, kids just get a better sense of What's happening today, kind of if they have a better understanding about what happened in the past. So when it comes to actually teaching the curriculum, especially the week leading up to 9 11, sometimes it lands in the middle of the week. But this year it's on a Saturday, he says. Every teacher does it differently. Some do it in a unit on conflict and resolution. Others do it chronologically. But, he says this year Personally since it lands on Saturday. He teaches a little bit every day, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and then by Friday, he goes into greater depth in detail on the day and I kind of like the way Mr Bae put it, we generally you know a little bit little bit little bit little bit light, but we have everything else we have to cover in U. S history keeps getting longer and longer. Well, that is true, and he's got. He's got a big job to do in a lot of lot of questions to answer. That's funny. It reminds me of the 9 11 Memorial in kiosk. Um it's also an education center, and the whole idea is to do that, to like, continue to teach and make sure people understand what's happening and still happening. From that. Thank you, Melissa. Good stuff. Time now for news much money. It's Sam's ECU. It's with the drinking Associates. Market. Update. US. Stocks fell today as Covid 19 concerns blunts growth prospects. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped 151 points while the S and P 500 index declined. 5000.46% and the NASDAQ composite lost 0.25. Helping sentiment was a better than expected weekly reading on jobless claims claims came in at 310,000, which was below expectations of 335,000 claims. This marked another fresh low for the pandemic era. Several airlines lowered their forecasts because of the researchers In Colbert, United Airlines, American Airlines and Southwest Airlines each gave cautious comments, however, their stock remain in the green. 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"john mccain" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Tony Blinken. Who is not only unqualified. But in fact, in my view, one of the worst selections that Of a very bad lot that this president has chosen. I hope that many of my colleagues will understand that Not often do I come to the floor to oppose a nomination of the President United States because I believe the elections have consequences in this case. This individual has actually been dangerous to America and to the young men and women who are fighting and serving it. Boy. I wish we could. Asked John McCain to expand on that. That he's unqualified. That he is the worst. Selection and that is dangerous. And he pointed out that he believes President should get people that they want to be on their staff. And he says, I you know if you know me, you know, I don't rise to the objection of things like that very often. So he really had Extremely bad position on on Anthony Blinken. Bob Menendez, the Democrat senator from New Jersey. Was on and somebody earlier today. And this is this is where the Democrats are going. Menendez is a good Democrat Guy follows the Democrat Party completely. This is A Democrat. Basically laying out Their position. And when you try to figure out how to make it so that Biden doesn't look so bad. What do you do? You blame Donald Trump? Here's Senator Bob Menendez. Well, there seems to be some type of conflict between those who are seeking to take off and the Taliban, saying that they is some of them don't have the appropriate travel documents. And that is, as I understand it. The issue at stake The reality is is that you know, we just simply as far as I'm concerned, cannot depend upon the Taliban for the security of American citizens. They will. They will ultimately be accounted for by how they treat American citizens and others who are supposed to be allowed out. And so this is part of what they're hearing next week that I will share will review Yes, we're going to check the president's, You know, decision in terms of How it was executed, but we're also going to look at the history that led us to this point, including the immediate past history. Where President Trump you know, In essence, you know, scientist surrender agreement with the Taliban and of which the Taliban as far as I'm concerned, didn't do any of the things that they were supposed to do in that agreement. What What? Yeah, but you've got to get into Trump Dig got to get that in. Well, he did say he also is in this in this fantasy world where he thinks we live that there. Oh, yes, There's a conflict here on what the Taliban is saying. And what our state department saying, But, uh, you can't depend on the Taliban. Good, Good, Bob. You're getting it. You're getting it. And then he said, they're going to account for the way they treat. Americans. And exactly how Are they going to be held accountable, Bob? Huh? What are you gonna do? Going to write them a firmly worded statement and send it to them. What are you going to do? To hold the Taliban accountable for the way they are treating these Americans that are not able to get out of the country. You want to send more troops? Oh, I'm sorry. Um, that's off the table. The boss, You can't do that. Oh, yeah. You know you're going to hold Trump. We are bad boy, You're gonna hold his feet to the fire. What about then there's not and they're going to have hearings on this that will get the Americans out. Nothing says rescue to the Americans that are there then. Oh, don't worry. They're holding hearings about this. 855295 66 100. I.
"john mccain" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"John McCain, and former Senator Jeff Flake, of being considered to highlight my partisanship in U. S foreign policy under the Biden administration. To East Valley Freeway projects getting underway. One will extend state route 24 East. Another will create a new interchange on the loop to 02 Santan Freeway at Lindsay Road. Both project should be completed sometime next year. You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station, K T a R news, Katie a. Our traffic traffic alert. And on the subject of freeways. A major problem right in the heart of the city this morning. Let's get details live from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center with Danny Sullivan. Yes, do you to a fatal accident? I tend America for freeway. It is closed, eastbound approaching 24th Street from the split on over towards university 32nd Street. It's on the eastbound side that it's closed and all of the ramps from my 17. And I tend the inner loop that lead on the East found I 10 America for freeway are closed. That is causing some big backups for your freeways heading into downtown. This report. It's brought to you by 72 sold. Doc Tom got 15 minutes at 72 sold. They only need a 15 minute walk through to give you a higher price than if you sold your home any other way get started today at 72 sold Com Danny Sullivan Key to Our news. The best of broom head her best of broom head. Hey, t a r news 92 3 of them. Hey, thanks for being here. It's the mic room had. Shall we appreciate you spending some time with a Super Bowl? Sunday was yesterday and the game was well,.
"john mccain" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"And then John McCain, by the way, helped to get that dossier into the hands of the media and to the FBI. Along with the Democrats. And Donald Trump incited. All right yet, zee. It's compelling imagery to play it over and over again. The shots of the capital Then every day released some new video. Oh, look, this is Mitt Romney being rescued by a Capitol Hill police officer, okay? But you haven't made the case. First of all, it's not constitutional, but that doesn't matter. The Demps and then second of all, you haven't made the case. You haven't changed any votes. And finally, what I started with this whole time is It's not bringing us together. It's not bringing us together at All right. I want to shift gears a little bit, because before we get to the break, I understand Danny Barbara, the octogenarian you are on the line. Barbara, I want to thank you for that lovely Valentine's card. That was very kind of you. Oh, you're welcome. That's I love kuds. You know, and that thank you that thank you is on behalf of me and it's on behalf of Cathy. Oh, good and not Bob Stine bark or anything. Listen, don't say his name because he's he's sleeping and at all about he'll hear his name, and then it's all over. It's all over. Because he wants he'll want my attention because I'm sitting here doing the show in the kitchen, and he knows I'm focused on Something else, and I don't want attention. Well, I just want to know for one thing that I've joined the club. I got my shot yesterday. My first great and I've been doing I'm exercises. They told you me keep moving it, nothing will happen. Nothing happened and I'm moving it. Hey, for for our new listeners, Barbara, the octogenarian. Yes, we won't give the exact age but she is an octogenarian. Has had an incredible life traveling the world and working in other parts of the world specifically in the Middle East to so, uh, and is a fascinating person. So Barbara Um You're calling because of something I discussed? Yes. Earlier. Part of the reason that you carry wallets, especially if you're working on overseas. You have your shot records. Your permission to drive military vehicles. Even if they know you. They might be someone different. You know what the sentry poster is? You're going in so It really? And plus you need money for the P X Because you also carry a cut for how many cigarettes and how much booze you drink. Well, I am I understand that. But what Barbara's talking about was It was a gentleman who was stationed in Antarctica and an outpost in Antarctica over 50 years ago, and apparently he lost his wallet while he was there. And it was mailed back to him. It was found his wallet from the from the 19 sixties. I mean, he's he's. I think it is late eighties early nineties now, but I was joking about it, saying You know, in Antarctica. What do you need A wallet for? I mean, like all those explanations you just gave Barbara makes sense. If I met a, you know a regular military base or outpost or something. This is Antarctica, You know, I mean, everybody who's there knows everybody else reason then that I worked with two contracts. Went from the negative desert to Antarctica. So there was no shock to the system. But, um, my husband, of course, was career Air Force. And when we were in California, he got sent T dy up to Tulley, Greenland. And they were in the middle of heavy duty snow there and they, um, ropes from like the common stereo, the Metro or whatever to the barracks that they were staying in, because otherwise they wouldn't have been able to find their way back in the strong. Oh, my God. Uh, no, thank it. Listen, I'll go to Iceland. I'll go to Reykjavik. I've seen all the pictures Greenland boy when they named it Greenland like Yeah, There's no green If you dig down 10 ft. There might be a little green. I don't know, but But there's no great granddaughter. That was what? No what they wanted this year last year, and so that's what my daughter and son in law gave it to them for birthday presents was a trip up to ice London. They had a wonderful time up there. Well, it's nice. It's nice, Barbara. It's always great to hear from you and again. Thank you for the Valentine's Day wishes and the very same to you. Well, thank you very much, and I won't take up any more of your time, dear. That's all right. We've got to get to a break, though. That's why, But thank you, Barbara. Barbara the barber, the octogenarian, you hear. That's why she's fun because she knows a lot of stuff and she spent a lot of places and we enjoy her. Okay when we return. Tom Brady had a lot of fun yesterday in Tampa. You didn't hear about it..
"john mccain" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"john mccain" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"They lose their power because we're the ones who have to control and we showed up on November 3rd. But we need to show up on our day to day life and get engaged in local government. Also, in all of the way, the way we interact with all these different companies, because it's big government when you have big tax, the secret is always and it goes right back to our founders in the Constitution, our founding documents they didn't want anything centralized centralism. Nation takes the power away from these large entities, whether it's the federal government or whether it's big media and big tech and we focus on what's in and how to fix what's going on locally. I would like to ask you the list Harrington. I'm looking at the You know everyone's saying, and this happens. Usually I remember this after Mitt Romney's loss, and I remember this after John McCain's laws and on and on and on, you know, Well, what's the future Republican Party? Where do we go from here? How do we build it? It's broken. Kevin Williamson at National Review the headline Liz the end of the GOP, That's kind of drastic, isn't it? It is and I imagine I haven't read it. I imagine his reasoning for that is a lot different than what my thoughts are on it with. Which I think the GOP as we knew it is done The establishment jokey. They are done. Um, just like we're talking about the real power comes from People who stood up for the truth and represented the people they were supposed to represent. So why was President Trump in front of the wall today? I mean, that, in a nutshell, summarizes why he's the most successful Republican in our history because he followed through and he actually did what he said he was going to do. And so the change now with a lot of people have seen just like watching Fox News on Election Night. You could Either strings were being pulled. You're like, Wait a second. This was all a lie. What were you doing? I thought you actually believe in something. The same thing happened on January 6 when they got up, and Mitch McConnell read the same speech is Chuck Schumer and down and down and down the list. It went. They all were speaking the same thing and they got up there and they were outraged. And you said This is a show. This was an illusion. This think there were two parties in Washington, But it's not. It's the swamp versus people that actually represent the people and The new Republican Party in whatever form that takes. Will be so strong and so much stronger than ever because of what President Trump did and continuing to follow those principles and represent our values and freedom and actually fight for it. Not just to show not just to write books, not just You know, buy votes, No, but to actually believe in it. There's a lot of power in that and it's I think over 80 million votes, and it's certainly want the votes to Joe Biden. Well, Liz Harrington. It's that's very passionate, and I don't disagree with much of what you said. And by the way, the most accurate thing is, it is very different than what Kevin Williams wrote in his article about the Gov. Live hearing too great to hear from you Happy New year and let us know. Please. What's going on with your future? Be an announcement tomorrow. So I will. I will make sure you know. Please, Please do it is for 15. W e mail, traffic.
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