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Federal Judge Halts Federal Aid Program for Minority Farmers

Anna Davlantes

00:19 sec | Last week

Federal Judge Halts Federal Aid Program for Minority Farmers

"Federal judge has halted a loan forgiveness program for farmers of color in response to a lawsuit claiming the program discriminates against white farmers. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports a district judge in Milwaukee issued a temporary restraining order suspending the program for President Biden administration for socially disadvantaged farmers. And

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Wisconsin pharmacist allegedly had false belief vaccine would change DNA

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Wisconsin pharmacist allegedly had false belief vaccine would change DNA

"About the motive behind a graft in pharmacist accused of ruining doses. Of Corona virus vaccine. Prosecutors say the pharmacist admitted to trying to destroy hundreds of doses of vaccine by leaving them out on refrigerated because he felt the medicine wasn't safe. The Journal Sentinel says the pharmacist has now been released from jail. However, this after prosecutor indicated he's not positive the vaccine was actually destroyed. Wrapped in police arrested the advocate Aurora health pharmacist last week following an investigation into the 57 spoiled vials of the more they're in a vaccine. He has yet to be formally charged. Eric

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Wisconsin officials: Trump observers obstructing recount

Scott Warras

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Wisconsin officials: Trump observers obstructing recount

"To stop counting Several observers for the Trump campaign reportedly going from table to table calling out counters for stacking ballots too high or going too fast, Milwaukee County Clerk George Christiansen tells Milwaukee Journal Sentinel issue Observers are disrupted their they're asking question question after after question question telling telling the the tabulator tabulator stop stop what what they're they're doing, doing, That That is is a a line line that's that's not not acceptable. acceptable. We We have have been been working working very very hard hard and and closely closely with with some some campaign. campaign. Frankly, both campaigns to make sure that this this needs to stop. So far, only three ballots have been invalidated. It's unsure when the counting will be completed. All three suspects to have been believed in an officer involved involved shooting and

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With two quarterbacks testing positive for COVID-19, Wisconsin might be down to a fourth-stringer

Steve Scaffidi

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

With two quarterbacks testing positive for COVID-19, Wisconsin might be down to a fourth-stringer

"And in college football. Wisconsin may be down to its fourth string quarterback this weekend. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting that third stringer Chase Wolf has tested positive for covert 19 with Jack Cohen injured and grammar. It's positive as well. And maybe Danny Vanden booms time to shine. The Badgers are set to visit Nebraska on

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11 students dismissed from Northeastern for violating COVID policies

ABC Perspective

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

11 students dismissed from Northeastern for violating COVID policies

"More students directly affected by Cove it out 11 1st year, Northeastern University students in Boston are dismissed for throwing a party in a hotel room in violation of university and public health protocols. This northeastern student also living at the hotel. I'm not that surprised that happened. I think personally, they're probably trying to make an example of the students just so other people don't do that. Nine fraternities and sororities under quarantine at the U. Of Wisconsin Madison after over two dozen students tested positive for Cove, it says in Milwaukee. The Journal Sentinel. Chuck's

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Milwaukee Brewers designate Smoak for assignment, add Vogelbach

WTMJ Nights

02:22 min | 10 months ago

Milwaukee Brewers designate Smoak for assignment, add Vogelbach

"To play first base for the Brewers moving forward. I think we got indication based off. The comments made by David Stern's Tio Tom had recorded the Journal Sentinel earlier today, but we don't know for sure. Now, when the Brewers that designated for assignment Justin Smoak, and at the same time bring in another first baseman, and Daniel Vogel back, I think it's there's a logical thing that says, OK, smoke out Vogel Bach in he's going to be the guy over at first base. I don't think it's gonna work out that way. Because just based off the comments that Stern's made earlier today, it really sounds like Jed Jerko is going to be the guy who's going to be given the first opportunity to play first base a lot. Not There's going to be the every day guy, but he's might be the closest thing that the Brewers have to it, and Jerko is mainly face left handers. This year. There has been There's a good chance that you listening to this right now might be kind of throwing your hands up in the air going Finally, because I could tell you just seeing what I see on Social media. There have been a lot of people that have been calling for Jerko to play more often. In fact, it kind of goes back to a bigger question, and we've discussed this before on Brewer's extra innings. When you've got historical data. And then you've got, like right now Data. How do you How do you juggle those two things against each other? And that's why Jerko has played so much against left handed starters because from you look at what he's done over the course of his career. A and he he has done has been very successful against lefties not as successful against righties now this year that hasn't held up he hasn't been given is many opportunities against right handers. But he said, Okay, success against right handers this year and he's been okay against ah, against lefties as well. And that's that's kind of where where it's been at for this year. Now he's going to be given an opportunity to face righties and lefties. That's going to be his job. I would think again. I'm just kind of reading between the lines and seeing what David Stern said earlier today. It really feels like Jed Jerko is going to be given that first opportunity to be the guy who plays first base a lot. It's a

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Speaker Vos blames Racine COVID-19 outbreak on immigrant "culture"

Jim Bohannon

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Speaker Vos blames Racine COVID-19 outbreak on immigrant "culture"

"There are now calls for assembly speaker robin foster resigned after the comments he made in a meeting with governor even worse last month assembly speaker robin boss is facing backlash for comments he made during a meeting with legislative leadership and the governor about the cold in nineteen pandemic it's because of a large immigrant population it was just a different culture where people are living much closer looking across the recorded secretly by staffer in the governor's office was obtained by the journal Sentinel democratic representative Jonathan Brost often immigrant advocacy groups like those they love from from terra terra save save all all should should resign resign as as for for what what governor governor either either saying saying I I didn't didn't listen listen to to the the tape tape I I would would have have a a difficult difficult time time commenting commenting on on whether whether he he should should apologize apologize only only doctor doctor W. W. T. T. M. M.

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Officials link 7 Wisconsin virus cases to in-person voting

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Officials link 7 Wisconsin virus cases to in-person voting

"Cases of the corona virus reportedly were spread in Milwaukee during Wisconsin's primary earlier this month the journal Sentinel reports city health officials have identified seven people who appear to have contracted the virus during activities related to the April seventh election Milwaukee health commissioner Jeanette Kowalik says six of the cases involved voters in one involves a poll worker city officials hope to have more information later this week including whether any of the cases resulted in death voters in Milwaukee stood in long lines and many for several hours to cast their ballots I'm I can't put

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Officials link 7 Wisconsin virus cases to in-person voting

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Officials link 7 Wisconsin virus cases to in-person voting

"The journal Sentinel reports city health officials have identified seven people who appear to have contracted the virus during activities related to the April seventh election Milwaukee health commissioner Jeanette Kowalik says six of the cases involved voters in one involves a poll worker city officials hope to have more information later this week including whether any of the cases resulted in death voters in Milwaukee stood in long lines many for several hours to cast their ballots I'm I can't put

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"In the Milwaukee journal Sentinel from Craig Gilbert also quoting Ben Wikler the chairman of the Democratic Party but weirdly enough not quoting anybody from the Republican Party doesn't even appear that he attempted to contact anyone from the Republican Party but whatevs and I guess it's a long article he may have but I didn't see it and I read the thing twice but he breaks down the absentee balloting numbers and it does look as though by percentage the biggest increase service and the biggest share of the population that was voting by mail or voting absentee worry in Waukesha Ozaukee and Washington counties the so called wow counties but Dane county and Milwaukee county also saw big increases in absentee balloting over twenty nineteen bigger increases in the share now Gilbert presents this as evidence that clearly Karofsky has an advantage here because the sheer numbers of Dane and Milwaukee counties suggests that she's going to need you know she's going to have the big inherent advantage in total votes what he doesn't factor in and this is the the most a mind numbingly thing about dumb thing about his analysis there's no freaking pandemic in which the governor all but shut down the state well of course people are going to vote absentee infinitely greater clip than they would have of course the numbers are going to go up the question is going to be in total turnout and the percentages in some of the swing counties I believe the fox valley is going to be incredibly important and wouldn't you know it the mayor of Green Bay the largest city in the fox valley third largest city by population in the state I believe it's Green Bay and not Recine right pretty sure it's Green Bay to Milwaukee Madison Green Bay he made it as difficult as possible for people to cast their ballots just to polling sites for a city the size of Green Bay is asinine just five for Milwaukee is borderline criminal but of course mayor Barrett who I believe wanted to artificially limit turned out by the black community because his opponent state senator Lena Taylor draws almost all of her support from the black community I believe there is an ulterior motive that doesn't ever get discussed of course never gets asked about except by Leena tailor but why was it that polling places and we know the black community predominantly votes on election day nobody's talking about this that Barrett was up for reelection and was knee capping his opponent by shutting down polling places we know now the mayor of Green Bay this guy again right you actually sued in federal court to try to get the election delayed got laughed out of court basically he was offered National Guard assistance he declined the city of Green Bay could have open far more polls declined city of Milwaukee offered National Guard assistance does anybody actually believe what Milwaukee election commissioner Neil Albrecht is it what we didn't know until the night before on that they were offering people or how many people they were all we just didn't know that's a lie and I'm just done I am so done that anybody actually believed it now we know the media believed it because the media is just never going to ask any credible questions Mr Albrecht how could you secure how are you ensuring that ballots were cast illegally how are you ensuring that nobody was messing with this trove of absentee ballots that were just sitting in a locked room for upwards of a week nobody's asking this question nobody is asking Hey Bob isn't it weird to anybody does it seem weird to anybody that ball of Milwaukee's votes came in after the election I'm telling you folks this is what the Supreme Court dot that aspect of the ruling wrong there is just I'm sorry it sucks if the US postal service can't deliver the mail on time maybe time to rethink the funding at the massive billions of dollars worth of loss of the US postal service but in any event it sucks it's terrible it's awful if the post office could get your voting on time but this is why we have the eight PM on election day deadline because it's impossible to tell if votes were cast late now do you really think that the city of Madison and the city of Milwaukee you've got the Dane county and Milwaukee county clerk's weeks ago remember this George Christiansen and what is it Scott McDonald in Dane county saying no no no no no you don't need to show a photo ID to vote absentee not at all the whole whole you really think these people these are the same people in charge of the elections in their respective got you really think they're going to give a rip if a vote was cast after the deadline if a vote was postmarked app after April seventh you have the Allegheny party Democratic Party the Allegheny county Democratic Party that is saying if you receive your ballot late send it in any way you want an Appleton city council members and send the bell it it doesn't matter if it's an illegal vote send it in now why would they be encouraging that unless they knew those votes were likely to be counted and lo and behold city of Milwaukee just miraculously like Jesus rising from the tomb the vote totals arise in Milwaukee on Easter Sunday it's remarkable and then of course we reported exclusively on the show that this happened on election night Washington high school a witness decided to go well after the polls closed to see if he could get a sticker that would he would line up outside of the high school and see if he could get a sticker that said yes you were in line at eight PM and therefore should be allowed to vote the law is crystal clear if you're in line at eight PM you're allowed to vote if you're not in line you're not allowed to vote this guy confronts an election worker says Hey I I got in line at eight thirty is it okay is it okay if I still get a sticker and can vote I got more my mom we will thirty four the guy says I'm just going to give tickets still I'm told otherwise we altered everyone's voice the witness did not want his name or anything identifiable about him put on the radio so we digitally altered everybody's voice the election worker says I'm just gonna give out stickers until I'm told otherwise the witness said Metz I was in line at eight thirty other people were getting in the line at eight thirty still getting tickets still casting illegal ballots and then the election site supervisor shows up and another election worker admits he is on camera freely admitting that yes we were allowing people who got into line late to vote in direct violation of state law harder because I got it was reported through the that just so good gentleman did you get in the line of the we have a situation where some people will the war with the world forward today to see more all C. B. two two Syrian troops news it was off the record between you and the children were between us in the building yes what is it after eight o'clock yes it was after eight o'clock on election worker admits in front of the supervisor yes we allowed illegal votes to be cast you see the fundamental problem here we have documented proof that the people who are running elections in the city of Milwaukee have no problem with ballots being cast like none at all and they had six days in which to count votes that came in late every single ballot should be challenged in the city of Milwaukee based on this every single one every absentee ballot that came in from April seventh on needs to be challenged this is I don't care Dan Kelly could we may we may well win this election by fifty thousand votes I don't care challenges challenge it challenge it because I have no faith whatsoever based on this in these elections hardly working right now everyone has different ways they've been affected I can use the money to buy some toilet paper but we all wonder when things can return to normal D..

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Oshkosh Corp. could lose orders to pay for Mexico border wall

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Oshkosh Corp. could lose orders to pay for Mexico border wall

"Center could Wisconsin manufacturer lose business over the border wall the journal Sentinel reports Oscars corporation may see one hundred and one million dollars less from the federal government to as the defense department is finding funding to build fencing along the US Mexico border the company is currently filling in order to rebuild four hundred and seven heavy expanded mobility tactical trucks for the army Oshkosh corporation says they have thirty one hundred employees and seven hundred fifty suppliers involved in their defense industry work but would not comment on how will cut in the order would impact

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Milwaukee teacher put on leave after tweeting that Rush Limbaugh's cancer is 'awesome'

Michael Brown

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Milwaukee teacher put on leave after tweeting that Rush Limbaugh's cancer is 'awesome'

"From the blaze Milwaukee public schools place a teacher on leave after he tweeted that conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh quote absolutely should have to suffer from cancer it's awesome that he's dying and hopefully it is as quick as it is painful number sixty nine else Monday he's been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer Milwaukee school of the arts teacher Travis rondo's posted the tweet W. I. T. I. reported citing a statement from Milwaukee alderman Bob Donovan Serrano's teaches English the Milwaukee journal Sentinel said and done of any ran twice as a Republican for state assembly the nineteen eighties when Sarah does the discipline of the I. S. and

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Milwaukee teacher put on leave after tweeting that Rush Limbaugh's cancer is 'awesome'

Chris Plante

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Milwaukee teacher put on leave after tweeting that Rush Limbaugh's cancer is 'awesome'

"In Milwaukee a public school teacher has been placed on leave after tweeting that it was quote awesome that Rush Limbaugh has cancer the Milwaukee teacher Travis Sir rondo's was praised a paid placed on leave the Milwaukee journal Sentinel says that surround those tweeted Limbaugh absolutely should have to suffer from cancer it's awesome that he's dying hopefully it is as quick as it is painful that teacher now

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Report: Private Security Firm Lost Hundreds Of Guns

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:43 min | 1 year ago

Report: Private Security Firm Lost Hundreds Of Guns

"Businesses private homes and even nuclear power plants depend on private security firms to keep them safe but USA. Today in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel found that one mm firm was not living up to its promise G. Four S. puts itself out there as securing your world and in some of these cases that we found on that did not happen reporter. Gina Barton was part of a team that examined g four s the journal Sentinel Found Company. Employees have lost guns that they used used to protect those sites. Not all security firms provide guards with guns but g four s does thousands of guns under a license from the Federal Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Baco firearms and explosives. Six hundred forty of those guns have vanished since two thousand nine and the paper found that some were later used in crimes there was garden Florida. Who's going on vacation in two thousand nine and he put the gun in a bag. Put it in a closet and left. When he got back a screen had been cut and the gun was gone and the police suspected there must have been a burglary. A few days after that gun was stolen. A couple of men rolled up on a house. Busted through the fence stabbed Amanda Death in the backyard and then they went into this shed. That was like a man came or a couple of young men. Were playing video games and shot both of them to death and the gun that was used used in that crime. The gun that was used in that crime was the very same gun that was stolen from the guards closet but no one knew it. We were able to put that together. Ten years later so g four s should be keeping close watch on their weapons. According to your reporting they have fallen down on that part of the job hundreds five times. You said the next part is they should be telling. ATF when a gun goes missing of the six hundred forty cases you've found. How often did they tell the. Atf they often when did tell the ATF. There were about half a dozen examples over the past ten years though when their war months. Let's weeks even years went by before they even noticed. Guns were missing. So if you don't know gone as missing can't tell the ATF. It's missing to their credit. They have said that they made some improvements in two thousand twelve and they have more improvements planned now. We talked to them a couple of weeks ago. And they said they're are going to be upgrading. Their computer system yet again so that people at corporate can keep an eye on all these field offices and the forty eight different states and they said that a lot of the I'm I am. The problem is employees are not following the policy. So what they've gotta figure out is how do they make their workers actually do what they're supposed to do what did the ATF. The Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms have to say about your findings the ATF said that they could not comment on a specific instance. And that's one of the real problems that we've had in kind of breaking through what's going on with. ATF because they have issued violations nations against the company through the years but they really haven't taken a whole lot of substantive action that we can find and we don't know why so we're we're making some calls to Congress and to those who have oversight of ATF to see if we can answer to that question. Jean Bardin of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. We reached out to the G. Forest for comment by the way the company criticized the investigation by the Journal Sentinel in USA Today as a quote flawed biased and unbalanced report that lacks context next about lost and stolen firearms in the security industry.

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'Tent City' occupants proclaim self-worth at town hall

Dan O'Donnell

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

'Tent City' occupants proclaim self-worth at town hall

"Jessie Garcia writing in the Milwaukee journal Sentinel tent city occupants proclaim self worth at town hall now you tell me if this is biased at all in writing respectful caring loving strong hopeless this is help occupants of tent city describe themselves Thursday evening during a town hall style meeting at the sprawling and campus in downtown the like yeah they really did hold a town hall meeting tattered and tired looking one by one under this I seven ninety four overpass at north six then west quite bored streets they declared their worth to a world they say is too quick to judge this is a news story this is an editorial this is a news

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Americas Two Largest Newspaper Chains To Merge

Business Wars Daily

04:31 min | 2 years ago

Americas Two Largest Newspaper Chains To Merge

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney leabeau's. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p._b._a. Dot com slash b w daily the <music> from wondering i'm david brown and this is business wars daily on this tuesday august thirteenth the american newspaper the paper industry has been consolidating rapidly for the last fifteen years and shedding journalism jobs as it goes now that consolidation is moving even faster last tweak the parent company of gatehouse media which owns four hundred newspapers announced it will acquire gannett for one point four billion dollars gatehouse in get at are the two biggest newspaper chains in the country. Now they'll become one. It'll keep the gannett name. That's a smart business move. The gannett brand is familiar to many of us. The flagship of its two hundred fifteen papers is u._s._a. Today it also owns the detroit free press tennessee in nashville and hundreds of smaller smaller local papers like the chillicothe gazette in ohio the new giant news organization. We'll have a presence in forty seven states and reach one hundred twenty twenty five million unique visitors according to the washington post one reason behind creating such a mammoth business is to fend off ad sales competition from facebook doc in google which together are expected to bring in fifty one percent of all digital ad dollars. This year predicts the research organization emarketer michael read c._e._o. Gate houses parent company said the merger is intended to quoting here reposition both companies for long term growth and importantly to support quality journalism it will do so in part by focusing on growing digital subscriptions but that long-term financial growth will also come from gate houses traditional method cost-cutting cutting executives have announced that they intend to shrink expenses by two hundred seventy five to three hundred million dollars. That's a large amount considering the size of the deal report the wall street journal. It'll need to impart to pay debt on the high interest loan. The parent company's taking to finance this acquisition more than two thousand. One hundred newspapers newspapers have closed since two thousand four that according to a study by the university of north carolina with this new merger reporters and editors all over the country are bracing for more layoffs. Still some local news leaders see the dealers good news. George stanley editor of nets milwaukee journal sentinel is one of the optimists lists in an email to the news industry trade publication pointer stanley said he believes the experienced gannett exacts who will run the merged company support local news just as he says the news that is essential to our democracy but may well be but it appears challenging as already thin news staffs centipede shrinking even more the deal should close by the end of the year if regulators and shareholders approved in the meantime industry observers are looking to mcclatchy newspapers newspapers and tribune company as the next possible newspaper tie up as the consolidation rolls on from wondering this is business daily. He listened to like our show. Take a second to give us a five star rating and a review on apple podcast. Would you really helps new listener spy and for that we are so. I'm david brown back with you tomorrow. Hello this episode is brought to you by centro. Online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online and from pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Doc send envelopes flats packages right from your p._c. And you were back to business in no time. Try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit p._b. Dot com slash b w daily that's p._b. Dot com slash b w daily.

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Brewers bring back Lyles in trade with Pirates

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

01:24 min | 2 years ago

Brewers bring back Lyles in trade with Pirates

"The trade deadline the brewers at a pitcher Jordan Lyle's comes across from the pirates in exchange for pitching prospect Cody Ponce wild claim by the brewers off waivers last August he did not in the post season however this season got off to a great start foreign one within the area of one ninety seven what is since really fallen apart Lyell's five and seven with the five thirty six ERA overall as for Cody Ponce he is not listed in the brewers top thirty prospects list it is a travel day for the brewers to begin a key nine game three city road trip Tuesday night in Oakland and there still are pitching questions even with wiles in the fold we're gonna start saying that for every trip and every series and I say yeah it's important I mean I think it it's important just because of the number of teams that are bunched up it's not going to get to a point with the number of teens at your it's going to be you against another team is going to so many teams involved there's gonna be teams winning games and so you're gonna have to stay pays so you can always see several starters doing doctor brewers rotation anything but set heading into that series against the Yankees were with him David stern's tells Tom hardcourt of the journal Sentinel you can expect Adrian Hauser to factor into the series maybe getting the start tomorrow night and that newly acquired Jordan Lyle's will factor in sometime this week meanwhile the brewers thrill the comes in cardinals by a game in the NL central division but all three teams are fifty six wins and all three teams have the

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Harley-Davidson workers ratify new labor contract in Wisconsin

Jeff Wagner

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Harley-Davidson workers ratify new labor contract in Wisconsin

"News, the labor union that represents most of the workers at Harley Davidsons factory and pilgrim road. Have now voted to approve a new contract that according to the journal sentinel terms of the deal were not immediately available. The paper says that they were voting today. However. The union hev rejected a five year contract. You may recall two weeks ago that included a fourteen percent wage increase over five years and significant pension

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Brightest comet of 2018 to pass the closest to Earth in December

Jeff Wagner

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Brightest comet of 2018 to pass the closest to Earth in December

"Seventh comet named after a Wisconsin astronomer will soon streak past earth and be the brightest comet of the year, Milwaukee journal sentinel reports that comment forty six P word CNN were will fly by earth this week. It will be one of the closest comet fly by Cincinnati. Fifties the communists aimed after Carl workman who first spotted the comet back in

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Knight. Wisconsin liberal Christmas now available wherever you can find them of crazy people. I think it's beautiful. It really adds a nice beat to silent Knight. So we've got a Wisconsin liberal Christmas. You can pick it up wherever you can find a mob of shrieking cheese to do whatever it is. You order them to do. But amazingly for all of the Christmas. Carol interruptions for all of the hysterical. Local news coverage for all of the front page editorials in the Milwaukee journal sentinel and for all of the admonitions by national and local media figures alike. The Wisconsin state set hung together and Republicans did what they set out to do which is governed. Here's the amazing thing that liberals don't want to accept. We have divided government in this state. And that the overwhelming majority of people voted for a Republican state legislature? So all of these unfounded shrieks that the legislature is ignoring the will of the people are based in the false premise that. Tony Iverson, Josh, call who represent the executive branch of government actually represent the legislative branch as well the legislature and the executive are often at loggerheads. This is what the framers about the Wisconsin constitution in the US constitution had in mind. This is why we set up a system of checks and balances this is why we have three separate, but equal branches of government. This is why we have the federal system that we do. This is why government is set up the way it is because power ebbs and flows between the brain. Ranches? But the idea is that the other two branches will always provide a check on the third. The judiciary is essentially the final check on acts of legislature and the way that the executive enforces the laws, but it is firmly within the purview of the legislative branch of any government in this country to pass laws, and it is firmly within the purview of any chief executive of any state or the president of the United States to sign those bills into law when ever they cross his desk. It doesn't matter if the people of this state voted for a new governor, it doesn't matter if they voted for a new attorney general anything the legislature does up to and until they're sworn in is perfectly legitimate anything. The outgoing governor signs is again perfectly legitimate. I would love to debate the constitutionality or propriety of what the state legislature is doing with anyone again. Please liberals go to the front of the line. The more hysterical..

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Now, either is is striking back hard. And his campaign manager is at the Milwaukee journal sentinel, Patrick Marley and Bill Glover are making it clear that this is Walker taking this race into the gutter. You see the Everts campaign, the Milwaukee journal sentinel is making it clear that. This is just dishonest advertising by governor Walker. Well, I actually went back and looked at the democratic gubernatorial debate from mid July in which the candidates were asked about prison reform. And this notion of releasing fifty percent of Wisconsin's inmates was something championed by the legend of Celtic, Helen Roy's. She said look Wisconsin's prison population is much too. Big one of the debates moderators Charles Benson of today's TM J four pressed her on it and said, MS Roy's, you said you want to release or you want to reduce Wisconsin's prison population by fifty percent does that not necessarily mean that you are going to release inmates in since Wisconsin's prison population is sixty seven percent violent offenders does that not mean necessarily that you will release violent offenders. She dodged the question and to Benson's great credit. He pressed her on it with the one follow up, and I would have. Loved to have seen him just try to pin her down because she refused to answer. The question a second time. She's well, we're talking about rehabilitation. No you're talking about releasing offenders. But with nine ten candidates on stage Benson didn't have time. The question then goes to either as Mitch Teich of I believe, it's Wisconsin public radio asks him about a left-wing groups call for a reduction of the prison population by fifty percents readers. Appreciate your waiting through all of these questions listening, the multi racial, interfaith organization mica launched a campaign in twenty eleven to cut the state prison population.

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

11:18 min | 3 years ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Week and big story in the Milwaukee journal sentinel, a torrent of storm water spills from the Foxconn construction site after heavy weekend rains, I know who would have guessed that rain can cause flooding. I know Arman, I'm just as shocked as you and apparently lead Bergquist the reporter for the journal sentinel who is all over this story storm water rushed from the construction site of Foxconn technology group in Mount Pleasant this week after a deluge pummeled many areas of southern Wisconsin in recent days, a video taken by a resident on Monday afternoon shows rain pooled in low lying areas and surging off the Foxconn property in Racine county near highway. H and k are at into a ditch that flows into the pike river you see Foxconn, ladies and gentlemen. By its very existence. Is polluting. Their is what one wall that's currently up on this project, but already already it is polluting our pristine waterways, a group of residents has expressed concerns to village officials about how Foxconn would manage water at the massive complex both during construction and after the ten billion dollar industrial project is completed one of those is Kelly Gallaher who took the videos of conditions at about three pm Monday and posted it on Facebook. The biggest concern is that with all of these different consultants. What the village told us is that there wasn't going to be a problem said Gallaher who is a member of a better Mount Pleasant. A local group clearly this past weekend the last few days, there has been a problem was there. Well, Foxconn the project manager said in a statement that hey because we had massive rain on Labor Day on Monday. There was some runoff, and guess what? Because we have a big crew onsite. We were able to address this and take care of it. What has not been reported? Yet was how many million gallons were dumped into Milwaukee's rivers by m s de the Milwaukee journal sentinel. Typically, we'll report in a very matter-of-fact straightforward manner. MS said today that it was forced to dump two hundred ninety five million gallons of combined sewage overflows into Milwaukee's waterways. There's never any interviews with concerned citizens. This was a big this was a big problem. And in fact, the deep tunnel just celebrated its quarter century anniversary twenty five years on. I think it was August night team. I'm gonna win it actually opened. I'm going by a story. From w I s sat in researching this topic I came across from five years ago. Oh my goodness. I can't believe this thing is. Twenty five years old already if memory serves. And if this story is correct twenty-five years, right? August nineteenth August twentieth. The deep tunnel was forced into overflows. This. This is it's it's accepted. Now, it is just sort of. Well, this is what happens. For the second time in a week. Last week. NASD was forced to dump. It was roughly two hundred and ninety five million gallons of combined sewage in this. I dump in the second dump. It was now the number isn't even out MSG, I'm on MS dis website, and it is showing its capacity, but it is not showing how much was actually dumped. I got two hundred ninety five million gallons from one of the two Dobson there was obviously a dump on Monday. What was that September third September fourth September fourth yesterday was the fifth today's the six so September fourth. There is going to be another dog. And I just wonder are we going to get the same level level of concern? From a Facebook group of better Mount Pleasant. I I did some digging on this Facebook group, which seems to exist solely to oppose the Foxconn project. So we get people who are ideologically motivated. This story is promoted on the front page of j s online dot com. I believe it was on page three in today's Milwaukee journal sentinel yet we. We have hundreds upon hundreds upon hundreds of millions of gallons of untreated sewage just sort of being dumped on a routine basis. Now, there are those who say well, Dan, since you're so opposed to sewage dumping why are you not opposed to what Foxconn because Foxconn immediately leapt into action and remedied the problem for twenty five years now we've had sewage overflows because of a very poorly thought out deep tunnel project that was a boondoggle from the very beginning at despite efforts to say, well, it's prevented hundreds of millions of gallons have overflows every time it rains. This thing is obviously not equipped to handle it this. How ever is the difference between the public and the private sector the private sector. Leaps into action immediately recognizing that there is a problem and remedying it often the same day. Government just sorta says, yeah, as it throws up its hands and says, this is sort of what happens when you've got a deep tunnel program. Like, the one we have now, it's just amazing how the environmentalists in this area are not concerned with the single biggest polluter the single biggest polluter in southeast Wisconsin. Being the government of the city of Milwaukee. The metropolitan sewage district Corey down in Racine. You're on W. I S N. How're you doing Corey? I'm doing great, Dan. Good morning too high. Hey, listen, I live in that area. I've lived in that area for quite a while by highway h. Intersection has as long as I can remember well before FOX, that's what I wanted to know. And I I was just going to go there. And I wonder if this has anything to do with whatever Foxconn was do whatever treatment it was doing to this land because if it's a low lying area, and it's anywhere near a river. Chances are it's flooding anyway. It is always lowering near a river. They've tried for years to stop the flooding in that intersection, nothing is work. So I really don't know what people are complaining about this. Always this is advancing a narrative here that FOX is contributing to an environmental disaster. This is going to be an electoral issue. Remember the narrative is that Foxconn is somehow bad for southeast Wisconsin Foxconn is somehow a net negative for the state Foxconn is an even bigger boondoggle than the deep Tuttle. Was this is Scott Walker's, Waterloo. Thank you very much for the phone. Call core. I was hoping somebody would enlighten me about whether that area always flooded as I suspect that it did it doesn't matter though with the deep tunnel, whether it's biblical rains or just a heavy rain storm. We get pollution that is just sort of accepted. It's sorta like crime in Milwaukee. It's sorta shrugged off as well. This is just what happens when you live in Milwaukee. This is just sort of a thing. Now this from FOX six August twenty seventh. There were two dumps. And they're not saying how much it was as if seven PM deep tunnel is sixty eight percent, full maximum capacity. Four hundred thirty two million gallons. Oh boy. That is a that is a big it's possible. They don't know yet. Exactly. How many gallons were? But but Bubba main overflow. Two hundred ninety five million gallons separate overflowed. Nearly one million gallons. Congratulations. We have got four. I mean, there was there was very obviously an overflow on Monday. I'm just gonna go. I am going to go on the record. Here. Say I have a strong suspicion. There was a sewer overflow on. On Monday, Gregg interest seen you're on wwl ESN. Dan. I'm just calling confirm your thing about better Mount Pleasant now. Yeah. Just a Facebook guy. Yeah. It's a Facebook group. Right. It's not it's not like it's not like a five. Oh, one C three to my knowledge. It's a Facebook group that eight hundred people like we have one in my community called the concerned citizens, and they post a lot about spotting coyotes anywhere near backyards. And and did you see those did you see those or did you hear those fire sirens? What's going on? This is that sort of thing only. It's it's totally focused. I went back and ninety percent of the posts are about how terrible Foxconn is going to be incorrectly. And the woman who runs a Kelly Gallagher. Okay. Overlapped s I mean, she is so far out to the left. This pathetic. Kelly. Kelly Gallagher was the one who took the video. Yeah. So she sees this or cheer. He I don't I don't know if it's. Okay. So she hops out there and in order to make a political point. And I watched the video, and I said, I don't know that that looks like yeah. Okay. I'm watching the video now you might be able to hear the stuff in the background. It's yeah. It's a flooded area. That's that's what happens when there's a lot of rain. Thanks for the phone call, Greg. It's just funny. And my point is that what what this is is the advancement of a narrative without regard for whether the area actually flooded before how quickly the flooding was contained at a disregard of the actual environmental impacts of floating. Turds in Milwaukee is pristine waterways that is just endlessly. Funny to me ten twenty. You're listening to the Dan O'Donnell show specialization is key. So your house use a realtor for your taxes? Call an account, and when you want to sell your business you turn to lakes business group with a global net. Work of twenty thousand vetted buyers a.

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Nine thirty five charges every friday one of the most prolific com this out there usa today milwaukee journal sentinel actually wrote a book now too as well ask him about that christian snyder will join us and he had a great column yesterday on the supreme court decision the janice decision but overall just the issue of forced speech and what the courts have done and haven't done in that on that issue so ask him about that well also certainly digest some of the news of the week as well but we start to show another mass shooting annapolis maryland maryland a newspaper office from all accounts the individual had a grudge with the paper started in twenty eleven july twenty eleven columnist wrote about the criminal harassment case against him he had brought a defamation suit against the columnist and the organization's editor and publisher the courts had essentially just throwing it out they ruled in in the capital because that's favor this individual shows up yesterday with a shotgun kills five people injured several others targeted the people in that newsroom as part of the discussion after the mass shooting there's always the speculation that goes on was this one of those journalists inspired shootings where people were mad at the media in this case it sounds because the individual grudge and not one of the over overriding themes that we've talked about in in recent times and the president has been has been pulled into this as well the criticism the media did it lead to this mass shooting all accounts suggest that's not the case here and that's good news as i say the media has role the planes country and important role when we have to honor and respect doesn't mean they're perfect and i called him out many times over the top or not by the rules at least if you if you follow journalistic principles but in this case this individual just brutally went into a really undefended newsroom i'm gonna talk a little bit about that after the break about what the story is with security in this country for for a long time i've been talking about the fact that we can talk about guns we could talk about the motivation with it's mental illness or many other things that drive people to do this hate anger rage but at the end of the day just like we've seen at school side of things security's probably the most recognizable way we can we slow this down as we ramp ups security in school buildings safety buildings we've we've done that in stadiums and arenas across the country is it time for businesses to do the same thing should anyone be able to walk in a large office building without some level of security some way to stop at least for a moment nothing's perfect nothing is going to be one hundred percent foolproof but to slow that down in this case there was none of that and in this case in annapolis maryland this individual's able to.

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The milwaukee journal sentinel milwaukee as course is home to harley davidsons headquarters early davidson manufacturers most of its motorcycles in the us us and that would be kansas city york pennsylvania in the engines are made a milwaukee where the company has its headquarters they also have manufacturing plants in brazil india and they're opening a plant in thailand and what's going to happen here is that because of the tariffs that have been posed by the european union harley davidson has said look it's too expensive to manufacture the bikes in the us in ship them to the eu so instead those motorcycles that are destined for the european union will now be made in brazil india in thailand now is there i mean i've been to europe and seen there is a little bit of a fascination with harleys but is there a demand for harlison in the eu right now there is the eu is actually a growing market for harley davidson it's been one of their strengths while sales have been flat to declining in recent years in the us harley david jason has done well and we just saw a tweet from president trump this morning and said quote early this year harley davidson said they would move much of their plant operations in kansas city to thailand that was long before tariffs were announced hence they were just using tariffs slash trade war as an excuse your reaction well harley davidson made the announcements to open the plant in thailand early this year and it was well before this all happened in what they said with the plant in thailand is that the motorcycles that will be made at that plant will be destined pretty much for that marketplace because if you look at thailand is just one example there's like a sixty percent tariff on motorcycles from the us coming in there and in other countries and asian i it's i mean tariffs can be hundred twenty five percent or more so that's the reason for the thailand plant originally it was said look it's to excess to build these bikes in the us and ship them to thailand we're gonna open up a plant there so that all happened before this dispute rick you're milwaukee which is the home of harley davidsons headquarters how big of a deal is this for the employees of harley davidson is kind of early to say yet because what we know is that sixteen percent of the motorcycles that harley davidson makes are sent to the european union that's where they're destined for so those bikes you know that they had to be made somewhere whether it's in the us or whether it's an india whether it's brazil whether it's thailand if you take those out of the mix from the factories in the us then it's going to hurt i mean we don't know how many jobs could be affected yet at this point what the impact will be but it's not good i mean it definitely will make a difference at some point brick barrett covers the motorcycle industry for the milwaukee journal sentinel thanks so much for being with us rick yes thank you.

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The milwaukee journal sentinel milwaukee as course is home to harley davidsons headquarters harley davidson manufacturers most of its motorcycles in the us and that would be kansas city york pennsylvania in the engines are made a milwaukee where the company has its headquarters they also have manufacturing plants in brazil india and they're opening a plant in thailand and what's going to happen here is that because of the tariffs that have been posed by the european union harley davidson has said look it's it's too expensive to manufacture the bikes in the us and ship them to the eu so instead those motorcycles that are destined for the european union will now be made in brazil india thailand now is there i mean i've been to europe and seeing there is a little bit of a fascination with harleys but is there a demand for harlison in the eu right now there is the eu is actually a growing market for harley davidson it's been one of their strengths while sales have been flat to declining in recent years the us harley davidson has done well in the and we just saw a tweet from president trump this morning and said quote early this year harley davidson said they would move much of their plant operations in kansas city to thailand that was long before tariffs were announced hence they were just using tariffs slash trade war as an excuse your reaction well harley davidson made the announcements to open the plant in thailand early this year and it was well before this all happened in what they said with the plant in thailand is at the motorcycles that will be made it that plant will be destined pretty much for that marketplace because if you look at thailand is just one example there's like a sixty percent tariff on motorcycles from the us coming in there and in other countries and asian it's i mean tariffs can be one hundred twenty five percent or more so that's the reason for the thailand plant originally it was said look it's too expensive to build these bikes in the us and shipped them thailand we're gonna open up a plant there so that all happened before this dispute rick you're milwaukee which is the home of harley davidsons headquarters how big of a deal is this for the employees of harley davidson is kind of early to say yet because what we know is that sixteen percent of the motorcycles that harley davidson makes are sent to the european union that's where they're destined for so those bikes you know that they had to be made somewhere over whether it's in the us or whether it's an india whether it's brazil whether it's thailand if you take those out of the mix from the factories in the us then it's going to hurt i mean we don't know how many jobs could be affected yet at this point what the impact will be but it's not good i mean it definitely will make a difference at some point rick barrett covers the motorcycle industry for the milwaukee journal sentinel thanks so much for being with us rick yes thank you.

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Of the week because they are all in as the public relations firm for the democratic party and the left but if you think the left's campaign of history onyx about separating families at the border is all about the children think of the children not quite it's all about politics at the end of the day why just look at chuck schumer who could have said we are as a democratic party believe exactly what donald trump is saying let's get a bill done where we don't have two separate families we're there because that's important to us because we are putting the children i let me tell you something the left the democratic party in particular is putting the children i just like the unions put the children i back during act ten you remember this don't you that was a think of the children time and they were going up against the collective bargaining reforms of governor scott walker and the republicans that controlled the legislature and for them it was all about the children but it wasn't it was all about them it was all about their power their ability to maintain power by stealing union dues from their members well at least the members who didn't want to have to be forced to pay into a public sector union they saw no value in it was all about the children just like it is today right for the democrats and the liberals let me debunk that with a story illustration from our own badger state this is from the associated press i believe it appeared in the milwaukee journal sentinel a group of parents is asking governor scott walker to reverse his decision to send wisconsin troops to help us border patrol agents in light of president donald trump's policy to separate children from parents who crossed the border illegally first and foremost that is a bit of manufactured truth this isn't just a policy from the trump administration this is policy over time we're just now enforcing the law and that is never contained in these stories it's our tax money that is going towards separate rating families at the border and i really i'm so heartbroken heather driscoll of madison said tuesday as daughter emma five and son evan to play the game of tag in the state capital hallway what the hell does that have to do with this issue you gotta read this crap and say what are you kidding me do you think i'm a moron though.

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Next level i'm not saying that hamid can't be that person i'm saying it's too big of a risk to find out whether she is or is not unique becky hammon is a risk if you if you hire her this is what i'm talking about is it's guys like jerry from the milwaukee journal sentinel and others that will be based on gender that she can't do the job and i just think that that's silly if if she learned under the coaching tree under the learning tree a gregg popovich why can't she a head coach someplace he has been the system doesn't matter if she's been behind the bench or on the bench if she's learning and she's running practices for the san antonio spurs and if she has a very high basketball iq no matter the gender she should be a head coach someplace it was that the bucks then someplace else well here's what our buddy of mine alhassan espn nba front office insider said on the dan lebatardshow on friday he believes that hammond would be an unprecedented higher but not just because of her gender we've never had a coach in this league who neither played in the league neither nor was a head coach somewhere meaningful like in college or international energy league or hadn't been an assistant for like five or six years i've been an assistant for four years sitting in the back row so i'm not here saying that she can and can't coach her she should or shouldn't go that that's not my point my point is if she were to get a head coaching job in her current situation it would be unprecedented regardless of gender and that'll be a question i'm sure the bucks we'll ask are you ready for this job i just don't believe that the gender part of it should play any role if she's not experienced enough for the job jonathan then you hire somebody else but that's what you're going to find out i would think during the course of the interview process let me add one more thing any team that hires a coach just to sell the program is doomed the fail.

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"As well with their sources milwaukee journal sentinel and all manner of agencies reporting that this indeed will be the situation politics website axios branding the news as an alert and citing sources with knowledge of the conversations that rain has apparently been having with those close to him so again speaker paul ryan will not seek reelection in november let's get the latest from abc news ager announcement expected in about one hour from washington republicans speaker of the house paul ryan is expected to announce that he will not seek reelection putting his seat into play for the upcoming midterm elections and possibly turning it blue in a surprise announcement here on capitol hill today he told his staff members and republican colleagues that he will be retiring from congress at the end of this term lana zak abc news the capitol the forty eight year old republican from wisconsin who took over as speaker in two thousand fifteen is expected to make that announcement in about an hour ryan was first elected to the house in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight he played a key role in the passage of last year's tax reform his future plans he was mitt romney's running mate and his unsuccessful twenty twelve presidential bid are unknown but house speaker paul ryan will not seek reelection the wisconsin republican expected to make a formal announcement about his retirement from congress in about one hour from now brian clark abc news today's img four political reporter charles benson telling wisconsin's morning news the paul ryan news is a surprise in some sense but not entirely but last time i talked to paul ryan which was in december asked him about this and he said look you know he wasn't committing one way or the other but he said sometime around this time of the year he would sit down talk to his wife about whether or not he was going to do that again ryan we'll speak about the issue in about an hour from capitol hill in other political news republicans syndicated elliott book mir says she's very confidential win the state party endorsement at the gop convention next month she says she worked hard to win the backing of republican party activists who will serve as delegates kevin nicholson's campaign says in an april fifth memo that brooke mir's focusing too much on winning that endorsement russia asking the us to refrain from.

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Dot com slash vicky if you want to see it it's right there at the top you can see some of the articles that have appeared in the milwaukee journal sentinel so it's not as if this is this is a known that this that this person has that sparkle ashley is is a completely unknown quantity they actually know it but even if they didn't upon learning that that essentially let's just call her campaign slogan vote for me f the police that's what is decided to to throw in on that's what the teachers of milwaukee are told now is going to be one of their political rallying cries is up the police i'm pretty sure that is far left is some of the teachers in the milwaukee teacher's union are a lot of them probably quite appreciate the police presence in milwaukee i bet they do and you know we have a huge problem with bullying in our schools when you look at the violence the happening in public schools these days a lot of that ends up being the result of bullying and when you have kids that are self harming that's the results of bullying and yet we have a bully running for public office that brags about physically assaulting choking another woman in a bathroom in a public bathroom and and the teachers are backing us i just can't believe that this is what they stand for and and and i i don't believe the teachers do stand for this i think that that the organization has an away gone rogue to say this is what the organization is going to back i can't imagine a schoolteacher telling any of us face to face that they back those no i can't either you know that's a good point i can believe the organization is backing this i find it impossible to believe that anything that even comes close to majority of teachers would actually say oh absolutely i'm for a woman who beats the crap out of other women in public bathrooms and doesn't feel any remorse for it or i'm for the person who says you know after police you should all go kill yourselves i'm for that i think that that's going to be an effective representative for me on the county board.

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"John schneider and red you can see it john dorsey a scott chlorine and they uh stayed true to hear them and as schneider and dorsey and everybody move gone you know he the next generation brian gouda coolants to now we at wolf rumble sought have stayed all right at is here three this whole thing and i think that's because he treats people well and uh they have a really good system four dow waiting hotel speak with tom silverstein is milwaukee journal sentinel tom um i i you know what before we get away from that tell me the aaron rogers draft story 2005 yeah two thousand five it looks like either alex smith or aaron rodgers the to court west coast quarterbacks those guys are going to go one to it looks like or or very high in this draft and the forty nine ers picking number one big alex smith and then the slide starts to happen and there goes aaron rodgers down in down and down and so now tell me no one is that draft started and i mean no one thought that the team with three or four more years left a brit far was taking a quarterback in the first round what happened well and and look also remember if you wanna really throw a twister to it who was the often coordinator of the san francisco forty nine or is that the mayan mccarthy alex smith yes over aaron rodgers which aaron rodgers is never let mike mccarthy forget.

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"State farm knows that for football fans your car in your home or more than just stuff there's some of your most valuable possessions whether it's the truck the gets you every tailgate or the place where you watch your favorite team with your favorite people but life can be a tough opponent so when it comes to ensuring your car home you need a strong defence like state farm because they know it's more than just a car or a house so why not give it the protection it deserves it's just one more way they're here to help life go right talked to a state farm agent today now my conversation with tom silverstein of the milwaukee journal sentinel back on the mqm podcast with peter king joined by tom silverstein of the milwaukee journal sentinel tom you've covered the the green bay packers since before bart starr was born there so i immediately when i started hearing all this stuff on on monday about ted thompson i wanted to reach out and sort of get one of the best interpreters i could find about the news that happened with the green bay packers and so give me your gut feeling detect thompson resign or was he pushed um i think he was pushed uh mark murphy the teen president pretty much acknowledged that uh you know he he approached thompson about it and i think while he likes to say that it was a mutual agreement between the two i think it was clear that murphy shelter but it's time to start the transition to a new general manager and uh the best idea i think that they came up with was bad thompson would sort of fade into the background and uh tudor the new general manager be there as a sounding board but the new gm would have complete power over the off football operation do you see ted thompson is a guy who let's just for example preparing for the draft this year will be uh the wise old owl sitting in the corner whose.

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"State farm knows that for football fans your car in your home or more than just stuff there's some of your most valuable possessions whether it's the truck tickets yet every tailgate or the place where you watch your favorite team with your favorite people but life can be a real tough opponent so when it comes to ensuring your car or your home you need a strong defence you need state farm they know it's more than just a car or a house so why not give them the protection they deserve it's just one more way they're here to help life go right so talked to a state farm agent today hello i'm peter king welcome to the m qbe podcast with peter king where i take you inside the minds of the biggest influencers in the nfl this week conversations with chris simmons a former quarterback for john bruton might hurt gordon this week it looks like he's getting back into it and tom silverstein of the milwaukee journal sentinel to catch us up on all things green bay packers so before we get going in our conversations wanna just talk about two things that that happened this past weekend and are going to be interesting going forward i think the one thing that made me so happy on sunday night is the buffalo bills making the playoffs and it's because i always say this there's three teams that i really want to see do well because they have not had great runs at all they had the exact opposite a great runs in basically the last generation it's cleveland it's buffalo it's detroit they're all rust belt.

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"In the milwaukee journal sentinel visit mineshaft restaurant dot com i'm binds the story of national anthem decorum or what people are doing and what players are doing and what fans are doing in the national football league just when you thought maybe it was going to win away right it doesn't it picks right backup of course vice president pence making headlines this weekend leave the colts game after protests during the anthem at so any he you know with tweeting out as well well everyone is entitled to their own opinions i don't think it's too much to ask her nfl players to respect the flag or national anthem on you know and and then of course jerry jones with halfway saying players disrespecting the flag won't be allowed to play so you know just like you said just when you think it's settling down just a little bit not so much we're going to turn this means of calls later this hour or maybe next hour about your reaction to what the vice president did than how he reacted again it's a lot of people in favor of what he did a lot of people say it was a stunt and he shouldn't have done it and so with so it's an interesting conversation that we hoped to have but if felt things were caught me round 520 are so we we'll take your calls on that first things first busy day in sports plus a full packers recap greg up next the clergy opera opens the season with the very widow october 20th in october 22nd at the market center glimpse of parental els in cambridge close the young wealthy widow and berthold gory of a current seems the playboy bachelor as they rekindle a a passion in paris filled with soaring music beautiful waltzes ended iconic to onscene today's best seniors will be joined by dancers.

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Wtmj second with belinda babinec wtmj breakdancing takes cragg assembly minority leader peter by stepping down as minority leader effective september 30th back on releasing a statement that he made the very difficult decision to step down as leader of the assembly democrats following deliberate thoughtful discussions barca will stay on as the representative milwaukee police are investigating a shooting that happened this afternoon at fourth and state a thirty year old man who was watching linkohr's outside the milwaukee journal cycle building was shot and suffered a serious injury the shooting suspect is an occupying a passing vehicle the investigation is initially revealed that another vehicle was the intended target and not the employee were the journal sentinel building and ep continues to investigate and seek the suspect as well as that the acl hurricane urmas tops the saint wind weakened by about ten miles an hour but because of the bit of dry air and interaction with land on the island of hispanola it remains a top of the scale hurricane according to meteorologists geoff masters with weather underground erma could intensify back up to one hundred eighty five miles an hour or even higher because it had to warmer deeper water over the florida straits wtmj traffic looking pretty good right now any looking dead having sixteen unsigned that title teaches us diesel 10 minute ride ninety points out that at the late eight anticoagulants on hail to the zoo five minute traffic tonight mostly cloudy low fifty four tomorrow mostly.

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"journal sentinel" Discussed on WGIR-AM

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01:35 min | 4 years ago

"journal sentinel" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"If labor day so there's no trading on wall street post offices were closed and president trump's mchugh push for tax reform writing an opinion piece in today's milwaukee journal sentinel calling the tax code selfdestructive and he wants to simplify it cutting income taxes for workers and families and that'll be a big issue but other only one when congress returns from its long august break tomorrow here's the top of the ten new left one path of budget may have to path at least temporary spending bills or the government was shut down to raise the debt ceiling it stands at about twenty trillion right now if it isn't raise the us government will default on its loans and that would be catastrophic known even knows what would happen then there's three hurricane harvey relief and four comprehensive tax reform so that list is probably a years worth of accomplishments that have to be crammed into one month congress that has yet to path major legislation in washington caroline shoveling fox news and it's one of the most famous cathedrals new world an most visited twelve to fourteen million people go to notre dame every year but it's also in need of repair a seeking a way road law from the gothic arches to the god goyal's not too downcast segial in france a said to be crumbling the archbishop of paris embarking on a one hundred twenty billion dollar fundraising drive the churches eight hundred fifty years old but spokesman andrzej see no for the moment and so bump with speculate still when it was restored during the eighteenth century of.

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