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"john pope" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:48 min | 6 months ago

"john pope" Discussed on KGO 810

"Guard troops. L annoy Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger. If you look at how everything is being put up around bc and I mean the difficulty getting any even for members of Congress and Of course, the men and women of the guard on the police force is there. I think we'll be safe. I think they're taking appropriate precautions. Meanwhile, around the nation after the FBI warned of possible violent protests ahead of Inauguration Day state capitals around the country are boarding up this weekend, Plexiglass was hung on the first floor windows of Massachusetts statehouse. John Pope Alya works on Beacon Hill. I'm a little worried. No one knows what's gonna happen. Democratic Congressman Bill Keating urged the public to keep an eye out if they hear something in social media and conversation, be Vigilant. There's heavy police and National Guard presence at many state capitals in Michigan, Lansing City Council president Pete Spatafore when someone tells you that they plan for violence, you need to take them at their word. Todd and ABC News over 19 cases continue to rise Americans Demand for vaccines now greatly outpacing are available supply, with millions hanging in the balance. Multiple states, No scaling back distribution plans. They just ramped up. ABC is Trevor all has more from New York because of shortages. New York's Mount Sinai Hospital canceling appointments Friday through Tuesday, and in Texas grandmother, Pat Jones described her hunt for a shot as a 24 hour operation soon as she tried to get into the site to register. It either crashed because of overload. Or they had used up all the slots America logging more than 100,000 cases every day since November 3rd the N R A is filing for bankruptcy. The powerful gun rights group calls it part of a restructuring plan. The group blasting New York as a quote, corrupt political and regulatory environment, saying it will leave New York for Texas and become a nonprofit. You're listening to ABC news. Now.

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"john pope" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

The Daily 202's Big Idea

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"john pope" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

"Good morning. I'm James Home From The Washington Post in. This is the daily to. Oh to for Thursday may own in today's news forty percent of American households making less than forty thousand dollars a year lost a job in March the Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down that governors stay at homework order and the sideline federal vaccine. Chief will testify today. That were headed for the darkest winter in modern history. The trump administration doesn't get its act together but first the big idea Bryan Mark Ward has spent years confronting death through writing about lives as the obituaries editor at the Boston Globe. He has conducted thousands of interviews over the past fourteen years. But never have the conversation's been as affecting as now never. Has He received such reader feedback or so many requests for stories. He told the Post ally. Azadi there's never been anything like this across the board. Brian says every part of this job is more intense. At least eighty three thousand. Three hundred and four Americans have died as of this morning from the corona virus yesterday alone one thousand six hundred and forty one. More deaths were reported. This has put new focus on a time honored but frequently overlooked side of the newspaper business at a time. When social distancing is forced us to abandon many of our usual grief rituals obituaries in pay death notices if turned into important proxies for morning and their sheer volume on the printed page is a stark reminder of a disease that might otherwise be invisible for many readers. The impact of cove nineteen is most dramatically seen for many papers in a rise in the number of death notices the paid ads written and submitted by families and funeral homes which often run alongside. Stafford News Obituaries on. May Third the Boston Globe brand twenty three pages of them compared with seven pages during the comparable date a year ago. Not all of these deaths were from Cova but to see that jumbo-size section was sobering for many readers nonetheless. A Chicago Times. The striking change hasn't been more submissions of death notices but ones that are longer on average with more details from the lives of the deceased some almost feel like substitutes for eulogies yet to be delivered now that so many memorial services and funerals have been indefinitely postponed. One Chicago death notice listed the name of every cat the deceased had ever owned the pace in volume of misinformation about the current viruses. Unlike anything we've seen before in this fraught political climate with some promoting skepticism about the severity of the epidemic. Maureen O'Donnell an obituary writer at the Chicago Sun. Times has received notes from readers questioning whether her story subjects really died of cove nineteen. She's he's her role as bearing witness to what's happening. In our country and many newsrooms including the globe the Washington Post in the Seattle Times reporters from different sections have been reassigned to the task of capturing stories of the dead the Seattle Times which covers one of the first communities hit by the contagion had no full-time obituary writer. They put someone onto the beat to give more prominence to the human toll. This was taking obituary. Writers have always had to make difficult decisions picking and choosing whom to write about among so many dead fielding requests to write about Cove Nineteen Victims Maureen in Chicago who's tried to capture a range of lives from Amelia Punt Ereli Matriarch of an Italian Deli in the windy city to the internationally acclaimed singer Songwriter. John Prime the scale of death in this moment reminds some of the longtime obituary writers of the aftermath of September eleventh or the AIDS epidemic in the nineteen eighties. John Pope who contributes to the Times Picayune in New Orleans remembers writing back then about people who didn't know who might die next for maids and whether they would to be struck down by that new then little understood virus. John says that with the Karenna virus sorrow and anxiety. John is also tried to ride about a cross section of society like a sixty three year old community college educator who started a Resource Center for women and quietly supported needy students for decades paying their bus passes and text books out of her own pocket. John says he's never had so much response online. Doing Obituary as he did for that one. There's so much love for this woman. Among people that she helped over the years her name was melanie. Deafen dull here are a few other faces of the fallen. Larry nokes a Maryland nursing. Assistant was put on a ventilator after testing positive for the virus. He woke up from a coma a week later to find that the contagion had taken his wife of twenty four years. Minett she was seventy one. Larry died eight days after she did after asking medical staff to let him sign a. Do not resuscitate order. He was sixty. Nine Leroy tonic senior. A ninety six year old World War Two veteran and his sixty four year. Old Son Leroy Tonic. Junior both died from the virus days apart in separate nursing homes Belly Mahinda. A British rail worker died after being spat upon by a man who said he had the virus. The forty seven year old leaves behind an eleven year old daughter. Authorities are looking into the attack. Joyce Lynn an American missionary pilot died in a plane crash. While trying to deliver corona virus testing kits to a remote village in Indonesia. She was a native of Maryland and she was forty years old. And that's the big idea. Here are three other headlines that should be on your radar number one Federal Reserve Chair. Jerome Powell gave a dire warning yesterday that the US economy could become stuck in a painful multiyear recession. If Congress and the White House do not authorize more aid to address the pandemic economic fallout Palestine and a video conference that additional fiscal support could be costly but worth it if it avoids a long term depression pal. Statement was a sharp departure from the optimism trump and some senior administration officials at touted in recent days as suggested a dramatic economic rebound will occur later this year in pick up more momentum and twenty twenty one Powell who was appointed by the President says he's concerned about a domino effect. Were consumers lose jobs and then sharply? Cut Spending that in turn can cause more restaurants gyms and other businesses to close companies. That go out of business stopped paying their suppliers which then dragged down other more than twenty seven million. Americans are now out of work. A growing number of companies or going bankrupt or closing permanently a trend economist ward only intensifies the slowdown drags out. Lawmakers are now in a standoff with the President about next steps both Democrats and Republicans have expressed agreement. That more should be done. But there's overlap between their priorities house. Democrats proposed a three trillion dollar package this week. That could provide another round of stimulus checks and massive aid to states in cities but Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell. The Republican from Kentucky immediately declared that dead on arrival Republicans in some trump officials are under pressure to approve more spending but also slowdown down while they wait to see whether the existing programs are having any impact. Powell said that low income Americans are facing the brunt of this crisis and they have the least ability to handle it. He said a fed survey. That's GONNA come out later. This week will show that almost forty percent of US households making less than forty thousand dollars a year lost a job in March number to the Wisconsin. Supreme Court's Conservative majority sided with Republican legislators last night and struck down the decision by Democratic governor. Tony Iverson Administration to extend the state's stay at home order. The four to three decision limits Iverson's ability to make statewide rules during emergencies instead requiring him to work with the state legislature on how they should handle. The outbreak together. Condemned the decision saying that. Wisconsin was in a pretty good place but now quote Republican legislators convinced four justices to throw our state into chaos everts issued a stay at home order in March to slow the spread but as the April twenty four th end date approached. He extended the order until May twenty sixth. The court order ended it effective immediately and there are pictures from Wisconsin of hundreds of people at bars around the state drinking and not social. Distancing Corona virus cases have been on the rise in Wisconsin with nearly eleven thousand confirmed infections and four hundred twenty one deaths local officials in the liberal city of Madison as well as the blue counties of Dane and Milwaukee rushed last night to issue their own. Stay at home. Orders through the end of the month to replace the state order. A Marquette University pulled this week shows that seventy percent of adults in the Badger state support. Iverson's stay at home. Order but support has been plummeting among Republicans number three rick. Bright the government's former top vaccine official who was removed from his post last month will testify before Congress later today that the United States faces the darkest winter in modern history if it does not develop a more coordinated national response to the corona virus. Before an expected resurgence of new cases. Later this year in prepared testimony submitted to a House subcommittee bright plans to say quote. Our window of opportunity is closing. If we fail to develop a national coordinated response based in science. I fear the pandemic will get far worse and be prolonged causing unprecedented illness in fatalities while it's terrifying to college. The extent of the challenge that we currently confront the undeniable fact. Is there will be a resurgence of Kovic? Nineteen this fall greatly compounding the challenges of seasonal influenza and putting an unprecedented strain on our healthcare system without clear planning and implementation of the steps that I other experts at outlined. Twenty twenty will be the darkest winter in modern history. The first priority he says is being truthful with the American people bright. The former director of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority was removed on April twentieth. After having served in the position for nearly four years he was demoted to a narrower role at the National Institutes of Health. Last week he filed an eighty nine page whistleblower complaint in which he writes that he was pressured by trump political appointees to make harmful drugs widely available including Corcoran and Hydroxy Clark which trump had repeatedly heralded. He says the trump administration still lacks any national testing strategy and needs to ramp up production dramatically of essential equipment and supplies. Bright also notes that he clashed with his boss. Hhs Assistant Secretary. Bob Catholic for at least two years. He alleges in the complaint that Catholic and others pressured him to buy drugs and medical products for the nation stockpile of emergency medical equipment from companies that were linked politically to the administration including donors. He's turnover emails to show that he resisted such efforts a spokeswoman for the trump administration replied in a statement that they are deeply disappointed that bright has not shown up to work in the lower level job that he was pushed into at an age. And that's the daily to to for Thursday may fourteenth. Thanks for listening. I'm James Hillman. Stay safe I'll talk.

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"john pope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"john pope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For cocoa. Cocoa died last September for protesters. Here outside Maldon district court Justice has been delayed. A once again, go give you that information. That's the moment when Coco's owner might to and his supporters learned that the motion hearing was moved to the end of may, this is what happens every time just keeps going and going because his ex wife's boyfriend Stephen Severino is facing animal. Cruelty charges. He's pleaded not guilty despite video allegedly showing him beating cocoa a ten pound dog to death in mauldin, James Rojo, stub UPC. Boston's NewsRadio writing is apparently on the wall for a well known Catholic school in Everett. Pope, John hi may be closing its doors after fifty years due to serious money troubles in a letter to parents the school says it will shut down unless millions of dollars raised before the next academe. Ick year enrollment is down, but the school also accuses a Florida based firm for backing up the bus on an agreement to recruit international students officials at Pope John Pope, John hi will make a final decision next month. A popular seafood restaurant in Gloucester becomes the latest business in that area. Hit by burglars. Surveillance video inside the causeway restaurant shows the would be thief kicking in the back door. He ended up getting nothing after rifling through an empty cash. Register drawer nearby, salon was also broken into this time. The thieves got cash and left behind a crowbar. Police say ten stores have all been robbed over the past two weeks in the Gloucester area. Extra patrols have been deployed as well. Well in Texas and admitted racist who committed one of the most gruesome hate crimes in United States. History was put to death yesterday for the dragging death of a black man John William king executed by lethal injection for the murder of James Byrd junior. This happened more than two decades ago and correspondent Mike graphic reports. Some of birds family members were there never looked never made any sort of contact and. Never acknowledged the presence in the chamber. They said afterwards that they were pleased with the Justice being carried out that they carried no hatred. The twenty years passed and that his punishment certainly much easier than the horrific nature of James stuff. King becomes the fourth. Inmate executed in the United States this year and the third inmate executed in Texas. This is absolutely unbelievable. If you've seen the video of this blown tyre is now to blame after a tractor trailer plows into and completely obliterates a home in. Michigan sergeant Renee axes with the Macomb County sheriff's department. Tractor trailer blew and that caused him to lose control. We do not believe that any drugs or alcohol was a factor. And we know that everyone was wearing their c-phone believable. No one inside that home at the time of the crash. Lifelong connection has been made between a Boston marathon champion and a three year old boy from Pembroke Desmond Kyle or Dez for short watching the race when he realized another runner had his name that someone happened to be last year's women's champion Dez Linden. Seeing his excitement is mom made him a post it note racing bib with the word Dez written on it. But WBZ TV's Katie brace has soon after the marathon little Dez received. The real thing is holding Linden's twenty nine Boston marathon. Biff Jennifer explains her father's meeting with the champion runner whom he also shared with the video of little.

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"john pope" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"john pope" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Anybody offer was there discussion about this particular individual today? We did anybody say that he had made threats or to be to look out for. John. What is your schedule? Do you work? Do you get in the morning and ended this shooter? Did you see him this morning as you started your day or did he appear? He wants right by. So this morning you saw the shooter just walking in like a normal day. Did he did he have a bag with him? Did you notice? So what time China take us through a little bit of time line here? What time with with? Suspected shooter have reported to work this morning. Seven o'clock in the morning and you saw him it seemed like a normal workday. Was there a lunch break at some point? So you work your seventy seven AM shift day over. Three thirty three thirty. So this happened during his shift. Okay. Why did he do there? Assembly. Is is it do you have an assembly line? Or are these? Gloves. Okay. No. And I don't know that you have the answer to this. But would you know at some point would he have walked out to the parking lot vehicle and then came back. Blankets eight. Okay. John Aurora Aurora resident this this person. Do you know did he live out there? Yeah. Love. He you said you were at the other end of the building from his work position. Well. Well. From eighty. You saw him every day. John pope works at the.

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"john pope" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

05:49 min | 3 years ago

"john pope" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Transfer your last name right now Burgoyne. Oh, I'm sorry. Close enough. Simba going on the line doing a big show on Saturday or at Pope John school in Malden. And it's for kids who can't afford a quick stop. We had Mr. attorney on last week and this week we have this white fun next week. We'll have his kids on. But then the Shelby oversell, whatever. Hello christine. Hi, how are you? This show is that Pope John highschool. Okay. Please speak elaborate. This show is Saturday night at Pope John in Everett. Yeah. Dragway? It is doors at seven pm each show begins at eight pm. And I will be opening the show yours truly here. So we'll be on stage probably not together, but I will be a fair complaint complete not making a complete. Jackass? Tell us tell us about this for a minute. Tell us about the cause where where's the money going? So this money will go directly to help. Pride basketball, which is a program that hasn't started almost five years ago, and this money will directly into the program in that it will help kids who can't afford to patriation. So every penny raised it's Cincinnati profit. Every penny basically helped cover tuition costs or participation class. If you will and helped him to eliminate the need to raise a coffee chair or one of the only a year basketball programs in the area that is basically it's cheap as we possibly can be where got targeted. Two thousand dollars to place even a reasonable and this money just keeps it reasonable. And also helps cover the kids that can't afford to pay their way because of their inability. I was asking your husband last last week. Tell us about Pope John Pope, John high schools, are no no John not the high school. John. I can't tell you about Pope, John. I don't know. That's unbelievable Jo Malone that people go to this high school. They support this high school. They seem to be totally ignorant about Pope, John. No, that's not true. Was he the little sat on my son on took? He should be able to you. Because he goes there. So the whole family. So here's a nice lady. Who's doing a good cause she comes on the radio? Tell us about Pope, John. And I can I answer that question. Pope John the twenty third. He was the little fat one. Right. Well, he was how shall I say? He was he was pudgy, okay. And show. He was in the late fifties in the early sixties. And he was a fine, man. It's all you need to know about what he was worthy of having a good name gap. All right. When you go to say ABRAHAM LINCOLN high school at George Washington grammar school. It would be good to know about who the school is named after don't you agree with me Christiane? Yes. I agree. It's like actual presidents. But when it comes to pope's new, I wouldn't show up. So I went to say Clement, I have no idea. All right. We'll get back to you Christine, Saint what Saint Clement high school Saint Clement. I have no idea who's thinks anything about Saint Clement Jamila. No, I don't. But I went to north junior high school, okay? Go ahead. So christine. Do you know anything about Saint Clement? I know nothing about the Saint. I know plenty about the school. Listen to make a point here. No, I don't know anything about. Well, I'm going to educate all of you on saints. Okay. Or example. Kristen I did you grow up Catholic Christian, technically. I'm not religious. I was just so who's the Saint you go to when you lose something. Anthony, Anthony, we all know aunt that. Now only. We go to Tony. If we lose something. Now, my name is Steve do, you know, who's Saint Stephen was not a clue he was the b you should know that since there's a cannabis convention at the auditory, and he was the first Saint that was stoned to death. December twenty six right is Saint Stephen you've got a laugh out of Christina. Saint Stephen was stoned to death. December twenty six that's his now, we all know this one Thomas Saint Thomas because what do we what do we know about him Christine? And other than island. Oh, he's doubting. Thomas. I like Christine take like Saint Thomas Caribbean island too was a fun time. Thomas the guy is it's where we get the word doubting Thomas. He was a doubter. Okay. So this is how the night's gonna start. Everybody's gonna go to Saint John's high school. It's in Everett, and what is it on Broadway? Christine john. It's Pope, John. Okay. I was thinking of the island saints. John high school. It's in Everett. It's on what's street Broadway. Broadway eight eighty eight. All right. And then the doors are going to open at seven, correct? All right. So there's to be this huge mob Jo Malone. Yes. And they're gonna finally let them in. And you're going to.

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"john pope" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"john pope" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Win. When you hear Pelinka reading, quote. Be caller number seven, and you'll be at the Lakers practice facility with Michael and I- interviewing genie, Robin, Luke, Michael is promising a series of hard. Gonna be squirming in this magic because this is what you're you're dealing with one of your employers. Well, yeah, but they exceed ask something, what are you going to say? Let's see. Damn tied the way that night is brought to you by Bota box. Unbottled adventure. Obviously, I can't ask him anything with current players. Contracts. They're going to get next year. You know, you can't do that. That's against the rules, even I know that not hot inquest as the fullest question. That's that's Maria questions to mix if a question results in a fine. Yeah, that's not a good question to ask. Tough questions. Like what give you a sample? See? All right, Luke Walton. This question is give me starting five today that hard it. Is that a tough question, hearts, insights. He would probably he'll talk around and he'll be diplomatic, Brian and four other guys don't met run and you too. Competition question. Everybody wants to know makes, but he's not. He's going to say, we want competition, Michael. Is there more than one spot locked up on that starting five note, everything else is raining Matt starting, possibly beat out by land. Stephen between him. Three. Susan, my net start. That's true. That's what I say is wide open Ville. So the force LeBron and Ingram are both lot, and then three up for that question was so tough. Do you think we'll even show up John pope in rob and loot to face my face. No, I don't think that question puts them on the spot. Not in any direct answer. Yes. If he had. So if Luke says, well, we're gonna leave it open for competition. How How would would you you coming back. want to any coachspeak? Give us some specifics now. Okay. Now if you say that that's a little bit more of a grilling, say they met him say in that I want you wanna hear you say because I'm going to be listening. Okay, that's enough. Coachspeak. What an answer dammit. Did you hear the point? Get quote that was the what was what was the quote you want to go to this thing with my. The quote, one more time, what's in its in its inside of a whole promo. It was about a young boy. So that's what you're listening for. If you wanna come to the Laker breakfast on Friday in here, Michael grill, the genie, Robin, Luke, then. Another tough question for Michael standby. Would this be this be? Okay. The axe k. hey, rob, we of feelings hurt when LeBron said he just wanted to meet with magic. What do you think of that. Skit again, where are you feeling? Sweet little hurt. When LeBron said he only needed magic at the meeting, why would you be hurt? They got LeBron GM. Would you want to be that a tough quality hurt? I'd be hurt. Interesting question. How'd you feel? How did you, what was it like to be excluded from the meeting? From the my would be if magic got us live Ryan and I'm happy. Yeah. Yeah, I know he did do his job. Badging did seem to. That's why you have Magic Johnson is to close the that. Yeah, you're the one that said he's the greatest leader in the history teams. You ask them to quote, Hamilton, Hamilton, how much of Hamilton you can do. Oh, I know. Have you seen Hamilton? Yes. Okay. Did you watch the shop LeBron show? Yeah, those guys, all heyday Hamilton. That's so weird that they hated him at Hamilton rap for white people. Well, I mean, that's, I mean, I don't think it's quality hip hop rap. It's defense. I was surprised Broadway ramp, and it's hard to imagine guys in the revolutionary war wrapping..

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"john pope" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"john pope" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Have to escalate in his vigilantism and step up to become what we're going to know as batman and sitting for jeremiah getting his joker persona where things are left it's not about closure but more about a turn of events we're seeing a shift in power dynamics of the city because of jeremiah enacting his plan it's going to change everything and it's going to change the balance of power in the city fox news this is fox on justice when you enter the us customs and border agents have the right to look through your luggage to make sure you're not smuggling in drugs or other bad stuff they don't need a warrant a search is allowed any place within one hundred miles of us border but what about searching the contents of your laptop or phone that's the subject of an ongoing lawsuit eleven travelers sued the federal government claiming that searches of their electronic devices was a violation of their fourth amendment protection against unreasonable search and seizure the government moved to have the case thrown out of court arguing that the one hundred mile border rule for searches applies to anything including electron ix but a federal judge in boston has ruled against the government and allowed the case to go forward the judge making the distinction that checking your backpack is one thing but checking your facebook friends in recent phone calls is another with fox on justice hank weinbloom fox news eight dot com egg fell into a ponzi scheme i should say he started a ponzi scheme and others fell into it he lived the high life met the pope pope john pope john paul the second had real notoriety in the polka world his music was nominated for a grammy and then he went to jail where he was stabbed in prison he is out now and has a whole lifetime of interesting stories welcome one luanne how are you sir how are you very good so so let's start with when when did you come over here in the united states and and what was life like back in poland for you well when you leave you're gonna come on us the life is totally fi every day you couldn't trust nobody and you leaving always with the fear that you're going to be punished for for anything so light in the community is definitely very negative very depressing life okay.

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"john pope" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"john pope" Discussed on WDRC

"Oh eight forty i in genetic kit with the most trusted news the latest news from the talk of connecticut w drc new senator daschle police have arrested four people accused of breaking into cars early sunday morning the individuals were identified as shanti car of new haven to meet your woods of west haven john pope of hamden and john brown new haven they're expected to appear coronary will night maloney high school in meriden has taken steps to upgrade security dan lavar has input from students to high school improved security before the school shootings in florida nbc connecticut reports the school resource officer has a thirty two inch tv with sixteen panels that utilize one hundred surveillance cameras there is also a check in process that includes a guest badge and there is an area where people can leave online tips for the talk of connecticut i'm dan level or the latest news go to talk of connecticut dot com or follow us on twitter at talk of ct a man was killed in the middletown fire with that story is brad davis a middletown man was killed in a house fire with two firefighters also being injured on monday a neighbor reported heavy smoke coming from the address on millbrook road the cause of the fire is still under investigation by the talk of connecticut i'm brad davis thank you brad local news the top of every hour only on wbrc am the talk of connecticut i'm susie pinto thanks for listening channel three early warning weather from the talk of connecticut increasing clouds today high fifty five rain showers icy mix tonight lows in the low thirty s mostly cloudy chance of a shower tomorrow highs in the low fifties chance of.

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"john pope" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"john pope" Discussed on The Starters

"The greasy wrote a he got game okay that's number three on esquire's best basketball movies ever made list he got game what do you got this is nineteen ninety eight movie audience pretty good at being critically lauded i would say sixteen nine nice yeah i was actually feeling the sixty four test i've got no feel no feel i'm going to refrain from me okay well you guys are wrong to critics liked it eighty percent really startling audience eightythree percent john pope though wrote a long boring meandering dog of a movie john two more does docs count for this no no hooper's willie's they're not that came out i guess they weren't is love and basketball number two love and basketball two thousand what did he critics think feel i'll tell you right now the audience loved it yeah seventy nine to seventy eight sixty four sixty one eighty two percent audience ninety five percent five but usa today wrote one wishes producer spike lee at stepped into give the dialogue some sass usa to the asking and you're missing one from the top five esquire best basketball movies it's very the pittsburgh movie like no the air up there think college blue chips four nick nolte shack i bet that one was not a hiker or the credit for give me thirty three shaquille new gimme a fifty to forty thirty seven we're not fans of blue chips audience fifty seven percent yeah i think it's a fun movie.

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"john pope" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"john pope" Discussed on The Starters

"The greasy wrote a he got game okay that's number three on esquire's best basketball movies ever made list he got game what do you got this is nineteen ninety eight movie audience pretty good at being critically lauded i would say sixteen nine nice yeah i was actually feeling the sixty four test i've got no feel no feel i'm going to refrain from me okay well you guys are wrong to critics liked it eighty percent really startling audience eightythree percent john pope though wrote a long boring meandering dog of a movie john two more does docs count for this no no hooper's willie's they're not that came out i guess they weren't is love and basketball number two love and basketball two thousand what did he critics think feel i'll tell you right now the audience loved it yeah seventy nine to seventy eight sixty four sixty one eighty two percent audience ninety five percent five but usa today wrote one wishes producer spike lee at stepped into give the dialogue some sass usa to the asking and you're missing one from the top five esquire best basketball movies it's very the pittsburgh movie like no the air up there think college blue chips four nick nolte shack i bet that one was not a hiker or the credit for give me thirty three shaquille new gimme a fifty to forty thirty seven we're not fans of blue chips audience fifty seven percent yeah i think it's a fun movie.

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"john pope" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"john pope" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Radio one seven five gmailcom we have got coming up right after the break uh john pope who is the attorney for tommy ziglar and for those of you who don't know tommy ziglar is on death row as we speak uh basically convicted forty years ago of a murder that many people believe including people like philip finch who wrote a new york times bestseller about this case uh that many people believe that he did not come yet so uh we're going to talk to mr pope about where this case is i do know this tom zinc lower is reaching really the end of the line and i know that there are a lot of people around this comp of this country even some celebrities actually who believe that this guy is innocent and unless i heard even somebody like bianca jagger was was convinced that this was a miscarriage of justice and again there have been a number of books there's a website devoted to this well we're gonna talk to john pope and find out exactly where this case is john has been handling many of the appeals and many of the postconviction tasks for mr ziegler uh out of his new york city law firms so that's coming up right after the break we're going to reintroduce emails today we've got emails to get two and then we wanna do what get back into again the continued efforts to impeach donald trump and there are just so many things happening on this front the latest of course is discussions and talk that the whole thing with jeff sessions is something that come attacked a donald trump is demonstrating um mm that perhaps suggest his desire to you know further cover up or collude or um mm engage in obstruction of justice of the whole russian situation and it is amazing again just just how little you hear of the other side of this discussion and we're going to do that as we always do on this broadcast today because i believe that he has every right to expect his attorney general to do his job which i don't think he's doing right now and i agreed that that he should be taking him to task i wouldn't do it the way he's doing it but you know i'm not president either uh maybe if.

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"john pope" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:51 min | 4 years ago

"john pope" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Budget antibacterial shutdown fell fish ongoing it's awkward however one step back i mean they they get into extend territory back backup then again and again that he back up that's probably the first here's the first elite doria brown scott nerves will see hall there won't be as white house personnel is he has been impressive here's could shut cash russian twirls penalties gets seahawks starts against the redskins from the fifty yard line wilson second fourteen winds up garage header stopped at a 35 raw cotonou just adding reception got his left hand on it but could bring it down third down at fourteen from midfield satire mas the redskins adjusting to that twit passing game played zone had a guy basically wilson threw him the ball third fourteenth of midfield comfortable third gentry redskins wilson out of the five man rushed there they con he tried to throw it away also subject they feel that it was wall compton again he dived got a hand on it wait amir said it's against the redskins jimmy gray was the intended receiver also i thought was tried to get rid of it to avoid the sat and threw it in the general direction of wilson and sat grabbed into our little her unnecessarily i saw how hurts perhaps trust him for it the center that's the 14th accepted pedalling against the seahawks today mega thirteen for one hundred yards she are genre verge falling apart young they're doing a lot of good things that june fraction goats fourth point john pope john i jay haas their cats and lots of balance boxes at the 25 ticks sideways bausch and it's going to die at the twenty four of washington joe the redskins take over it they're all 24 yard line would have been elected to.

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"john pope" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"john pope" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Join the show mr the narrow you look like it having a good time he's nominated of course for his in wizard of lives which is yes which i believe was the sean spicer story thank you for being here john pope and all over sean spicer who was nice enough to join stephen colbert on stage as part of a series of attacks on the president's dates from the emmy's again mary as you were saying those doesn't look like the ratings are headed towards any sort of records at all in fact things might have been kind of grim we'll find out later today when those final numbers actually come out but it's just it's just amazing that they kind of don't have any concern at all that they they have a huge portion of their audience who may actually recoil at the way they treat their politics of one of somebody that i know posted this he said tonight semi was nothing more but a love fest for political correctness given by the lunatic left hosted by their new poster boy stephen colbert is without a doubt a no talent hack whose show was failing until he made a career of attacking donald trump and then he goes on and says i missed the hollywood you know that we used to have where yeah those guys john wayne jimmy stewart those guys can mocked the stage with these general gender neutral soast social justice warrior socalled stars of today not easy to say and and he went on this rent and i think a lot of people feel the way i wasn't going to watch at last night i have no desire on care about any of this i don't care about any of these people as to bet i actually do think their talented i think all bears actually talented guy i just think is politics of corrupted his ability to be an interesting entertainer for a broader audience i stopped watching the show i loved it when it first came on nhs got it wasn't funny anymore is became nothing but salami half the country so dc public schools i want to get to this real quick got a shout out from dave chapelle chapelle last night made a point of saying hey i skipper rehearsal and he had to.

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"john pope" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"john pope" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"In one in all cagey radio one seven five gmailcom again one of those weird weird days i mean you know today's just been like like a crazy day i'm in running around like a like a madman today just got off with john pope talking about the tomasulo a murder case we're going to stay on top of that this is a case again that i have been covering for many years twenty plus i began covering it in 1995 when i was on the air down in central florida doing a radio show in and i actually had a listener who had clue banded s and guess what i was talking about wind this listener got on the air and told me about this case which i didn't know anything about it i was talking about the o j simpson case i mean talk about how what goes around comes around i mean my gosh so so here we are how long as that been that's been you know whenever twenty two years and we're still talking about o j and we're still talking about tommy ziglar and i'm not putting them in the same category believe me but still it is it is just amazing as you know donald trump has gotten a great deal and criticize um by everybody it seems even a among a number of his allies regarding his public criticisms in his public what many people called bullying of jeff sessions and i'm watching the situation room with with wolf blitzer i think they ought to call it the vomit taurean buddy any way wolf blitzer says well actually senator sheldon whitehouse was on was on the situation room with the with the wolf meister and.

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"john pope" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"john pope" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Gmailcom we have got coming up right after the break uh john pulp who is is the attorney for tommy's ziglar and for those of you don't know tommy ziglar is on debts rose we speak uh basically convicted forty years ago of a martyr that many people believe including people like philip finch a new york times bestseller about this case uh there many people believe uh that he did not commit so uh we're going to talk to mr pulp about wizards cases i do know s tommy ziglar is reaching really the end of the line and i know that there are a lot of people around this comp at his country some celebrities actually who i believe the disguise is innocent and tom last i heard even somebody like bianca jagger was was convinced that this was a miscarriage of justice and again there have been a number of books as a website devoted to this well we're going to talk to john pope and find out exactly where this case is john has been handling many of the appeals and many of the post can vic shen um tasks for mr ziglar uh out of his new york city law firm so that's coming up right after a break we're going to reintroduce emails today we've got emails to gets hill and then um we wanted to get back into again the continued efforts to impeach donald trump and there are just so many things happening on this font the latest of course is discussions and talk that the whole thing with jeff sessions is something that tom and acta donald trump is demonstrating um that perhaps suggest his desire to you know further coverup or collude loomed war um engage in obstruction of justice of the whole russian situation and it is amazing again just just how little you hear of the other side of this discussion and we're going to do that as we always do on this podcast today because i believe that he has every right to expect his attorney general to do this job which i don't think he's doing right now and i agreed that that he should be taking him to task i wouldn't do it the way he's doing it but you know one not president either uh maybe if.

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"john pope" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"john pope" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"The number cagey radio one seven five gmailcom we have guy coming up right after the break uh john pulp who is the attorney for tommy's ziglar and for those of you don't know tommy ziglar is on death row as we speak uh basically convicted forty years ago of a martyr that many people believe including people like philip mention what new york times bestseller about this case i did many people believe that he did not commit so uh we're going to talk to mr pump about wizards cases i do know yes tom ziegler's reaching really the end of the line and i know that there are a lot of people around this comp at his country even some celebrities actually home i believe that this guy is innocent and tom less i heard even somebody like bianca jagger was was convinced that this was a miscarriage of justice and again there have been a number of books as a website devoted to this well we're going to talk to john pope and find out exactly where this case is john his been handling many of the appeals and many of the postconviction um tasks for mr ziegler uh out of his new york city law firms so that's coming up right after a break we're going to reintroduce emails today we've got emails to get two and then um we wanted to get back into again the continued efforts to to impeach donald trump and there are just so many things happening on this font the latest of course is discussions and talk a data the whole thing with jeff sessions is something that dumb that data donald trump is demonstrating um that perhaps suggest his desire to you no further coverup or collude wore um engage in obstruction of justice of the whole russian situation and it is amazing again just just how little you hear of the other side of this discussion and we're going to do that as we always do on this podcast today because i believe that he has every right to backed his attorney general to do his job which i don't think he's doing right now and i agree did that he should be taking him to task um i wouldn't do it the way he's doing it but you know i'm not president either uh maybe if.

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"john pope" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"john pope" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Sixty that's the number cagey radio one seven five gmailcom we have got coming up right after the break uh john pope who is is the attorney for tommy's ziglar and for those of you who don't know tommy ziglar is on death row as we speak uh basically convicted forty years ago of a murder that many people believed including people like philip finch who wrote a new york times bestseller about this case uh there are many people believe uh that he did not commit so uh we're going to talk to mr pulp about where these cases i do know this tommy ziglar is reaching really the end of the line and i know that there are a lot of people around this comp in this country even some celebrities actually who i believe that this guy is innocent and tom last night heard even somebody like bianca jagger was was convinced that this was a miscarriage of justice and again there have been a number of books and there's a website devoted to this well we're going to talk to john pope and find out exactly where this case is john has been handling many of the appeals and many of the postconviction um tasks for mr ziegler uh out of his new york city law firms so that's coming up right after a break we're going to reintroduce emails today we've got emails to get two and then we wanted to get back into again the continued efforts to impeach donald trump and there are just so many things happening on this front the latest could course is discussions and talk that dad the whole thing with jeff sessions is something that dumb that uh donald trump is demonstrating um that perhaps suggest his desire to you know further rob or collude war um engage in obstruction of justice of the whole russian situation and it is amazing again just just how little you hear of the other side of this discussion and we're going to do that as we always do on this podcast today because i believe that he has every right to expect his attorney general to do this job which i don't think he's doing right now and i agreed that that he should be taking him to task i wouldn't do it the way he's doing it but you know why not president either uh maybe if.

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