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02:28 min | 1 year ago

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"Three hundred thousand tracers across the country calling people and saying Hey tell me everyone you've seen and I'm a call those people and then to tell them that they should stay home we sure it's not gonna become you have to stay home how certain are you that we're not going to transition from a suggestion to a mandate about these individual quarantines that would come from the testing trace programs being set up in states across the country you know when does the voluntary become obligatory on these issues remember it was don't wear a mask at all then it was don't take masks away from frontline responders because we don't have enough PP now it's wear a mask or else where mass gross we might burn your church down at least that's what's happen in Mississippi wear a mask or else isn't it a stunning but entirely predictable how quickly this all transitions on the obligatory become are the voluntary becomes obligatory that's what we need to understand about all of those that's why the test and trace program plus all the civil liberties concerns and the stupidity of it as well you're gonna try this three hundred thousand new cases a day they're guessing across the country a country of three hundred and twenty million people there's three thousand cases a day roughly maybe twenty I'm sorry thirty thousand pardon me thirty thousand cases a day so if you're twenty to thirty thousand new cases a day across the country well what I will how we are going to track that down however gonna do that the answer is we're not going to so what are we doing asked that question you get yelled at that's the question they should they say stay inside do your part we're all in this together we're not all in this together that's become clear from the data as well people are still getting paid and have plenty of resources and plenty of room at home wherever that is they're not in this whether somebody's lost their job has no savings doesn't know what to do with the kids at all can't son to school and is freaking out there they're not in the same place radio one thousand K. T. O. K. if you never go online your personal information seems like a single ping pong ball bouncing up and down not too hard to keep track.

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03:19 min | 1 year ago

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"Prosecutors he mentioned my understanding if you look back that was all like uses a theater because they they who came up with the sentence and and and under the process of the justice department there so but it's a federal court date they always are supposed to go to the head of the department in bar the night before said my gosh you know this is nothing like what we had in mind for punishment and then when he opened his mouth the next day they had all the TV stations lined up the screen he's interfering he's interfering when in fact they were interfering but not reporting going to the head of the department ahead of time and they all in this state theatre resigned three open stills you know state owned but they you know one resigned that apartment but the point is that they were able to use this to make it look like bar was interfering when the process is that in a federal court this Dave the procedure issue go to the head of department they did not do that in they falsely made it look like he was interfering in the in the process the only thing I'd like to say is is simply that it is very scary when you got just what he just said about the insiders of the fault in in the bureaucracy what happens is this scary is it's almost like when those people get their calls in you it's it's almost like we're a Dick fashion dictatorship in our freedom and our our our rights or completely submerged in stripped from us that is that is really scary what this judge is done because the foreman he talks about is also a lawyer and she also appeared at rallies protesting Donald Trump when he was running for office in a let alone is that not too much is that they think should be overthrown I'll absolutely were you are absolutely correct on both points what's even particularly interesting and has been a great frustration to me is the judge left the gag order on me after I was convicted yeah now when you want your convicted you should be able to say anything you want hold on Raj we're at this break will that will let you finish up that statement when we come right back and then we'll take final calls get daily show updates right to your inbox for free with the coast's own newsletter sign up today coast to coast AM dot com Alexis what station of my listening to right now news radio one thousand K. T. O. K. thanks to all of this quarantine to slow the spread at home stay home you've done your spring cleaning well same.

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06:15 min | 1 year ago

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"News radio one thousand K. T. O. K. thank you so much for listening I thirty five north and southbound catchy on I. forty west in eastbound and all points in between Weatherford Anadarko Oklahoma City proper Norman and Ponca city out there on the on the a little bit and want to make sure that you guys remember what we have going on here with the national western and cowboy at western heritage museum this is the two thousand twenty western heritage awards the museum will honor legendary actors Robert divall and Kurt Russell this takes place on April seventeenth and April eighteenth of two thousand twenty this year of course we can't wait to go see our a needle cops with John Wayne's granddaughter she'll be in town with the family sit with the family and also interview and take the actual event live on the air so we're excited about that and we've partnered with them and it's coming up so if you want more information on it and how you can get tickets just simply go over to national cowboy and western heritage museum and get them at their work site if you will Richard Linda ham is back from room to park with us and we're talking about Horsey racing today which there's a little bit of parallel there between the national western cowboy and western heritage museum with you guys so it's nice to have you as a neighbor out there and sponsors yeah but John Wayne went to a few horse races in my life I bet she did you're the story when he came to town a broke ground on the war on the museum now tells that need ever say the story about that currently they have quite the time yeah they were out late yeah and John Wayne road down main street on the big horse and went went over there to the museum they broke ground parent with a went out that night till the wee hours of the morning but made breakfast so that that was the honor part of it but she can tell a broader story about when she gets here we'll have a back on the year yeah but it's fun working with John Wayne family out today that they're great people but this this you know the steak house over in nag cattle town in Oklahoma City it to looks like it could have been in the man who shot liberty valance oh sure yeah now they they do a real good job over there I wondered where dad's picture is I haven't seen it up in there yet that's interesting we need to take them one by I'm ready for state supplements cowboy so anyway back to Remington park give us some hot points what's coming up so we can expect in C. and look forward to out there right opening night is Friday March sixth we're giving away a journal it's supposed to be a really nice journal and if you win it you can writing side the journal how you wanna journal so that and five dollar vouchers to the first five hundred people they'll be able to bat with those vouchers on the races so you start with five dollars pick up my tip sheet free at Remington park dot com we've got about four five tip sheets there will help you win money it's free we want you to win money when you bet at the track we're not trying to get your money we just get a percentage of what you bet we want you to win that's a very a misnomer that people think sometimes it's a track wants you to lose so the tracking get your money well that doesn't happen you breading against other people who are betting and when people lose you when their money when you when you when their money that Richard when when you're out there at the park can people come find you and get get help from you you'll see me down in the paddock several races between races so don't be afraid to come up and ask me a question it is same thing for Kelly Kelly o'hara she does a wonderful job there Randy hair is one of our top handicappers every year you guys are there to help people yeah there's one formation booth that to Randy hair sits at all night long and she'll tell you how the carrots cabbage with the skims picking horses so opening night would be doing that Saturday March seventh we're drawing names to have people represent a horse in the come with the charity you can win up to a thousand dollars if you happen to draw the correct horse for the Oklahoma futurity and like I said trace coronas if you draw his name chances are really good did you might win a thousand dollars Sunday March eighth we have the win place and show me the money promo that's a chance to win up to two thousand dollars in cash that will be given away that night then we have our regular promotions silks restaurant on Thursday dinner for two it's twenty five dollars for an appetizer to share two entrees and a dessert to share plus a two five dollar racing badgers and that begins second we can race you can't beat that with a stick that's a great deal twenty five dollars for two entrees and appetizers and betting voucher to cool to two cool to be true also to be great you know protested just now joining us were news radio one thousand Katie okay and regional and hands with us from Remington park you can get us all over the world on the I 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M. one thousand so I wanna make sure you guys know how to get us and that you can get us and we are doing it live and that Richard is out there with room to park and he knows all the ins and outs if you go out the room to park and you're a little flustered a little confused because there's so much going on with the casino end of it and the entertainment enter in end of it and you guys are looking for someone who's knowledgeable on horses and how to bat and who to bet on Richard lend a hand is your guy he's gonna look a little bit like James Dean page yeah right maybe Jay Z. NALP he's going to look like an advance James Dean and he's down in the paddock with the cal in the rest of the gang sensor that I will I wanna handicapping contest for the quarter horses last year so I do a little better with quarter horses and I do the thoroughbreds but we all do really well in picking the horses might tip she's called riches pitches okay then you can get that at Remington park dot com free bridges pitches we like that all right news radio one thousand Katie okay this is cliff Davis on the cliff Davis show and we can't thank you enough for listing coast to coast and located locally blanketing the great state of Lok of Oklahoma we want to do this for you we want to make sure you know that we appreciate you.

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03:15 min | 1 year ago

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"News radio one thousand K. T. O. K. of course but there were several look at these various surveys about the best places to retire Iowa Nebraska New Hampshire Florida usually high in the rankings but personal finance expert Jonathan Clemens doesn't think your retirement destination should hinge primarily on things like the crime level whether number of museums instead he says it should be about people as he writes on humble dollar dot com Jonathan explained so when you put it best states to retire according to all the surveys you should look at things like the weather property taxes and state income taxes the cost to live the global crime all that stuff and old important things but when I think about where when I retire I just have one key click here which is I would be close to people I love still people are crucial to our happiness will know that in the best time to live for what we're hanging out with friends and family and that's what you want to be able to do in retirement so I currently live just north of New York City and I'm gonna move down to Philadelphia because that is where the where my daughter and son or live in it I don't have a number of friends in the city so that's my destination and it's really because the people not because of any of these other criteria that is an important factor I often ask my wife sometimes I thought we're we're we live in retirement she's like we can't decide that now we have to see where the kids wind up so her her point you know there's something to that because I like searching for you know log cabins in Maine or something like that and I realize okay yet near zero family though what what we go on vacation I don't know about you what what yeah you will look at the service of the the real estate is available we look in the real close window we found how much it would cost we imagine what it would be like to live there but it is this about idealized version of a life but when you think about what it could be like today it Billy bean in the cabin in the woods in Maine is not gonna be enough it is not gonna make you happy to be on the first week you're gonna want to see some people and perfectly people you know like it's true speak with Jonathan Clemens sees the founder and editor of humble dollar dot com he's written a piece entitled rule the roost and it's about his retirement destination desires which can be significantly different from what you read in many surveys what else major less hello I'm started up by talking about people Gordon and people I think a really crucial to our happiness is not necessarily interactions with people we know simply walking out of your house and then be able to see people on the street had to smile at the moment he will buy that notion is very important to me so in trying to pick a place I want a place where I can walk to the supermarket I couldn't two restaurant and it gets up to walk out of the house and and see people Mr Jonathan Clements founder and editor of humble dollar dot com thirty minutes after the hour on this morning.

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04:31 min | 1 year ago

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"S. news radio one thousand K. T. O. K. of course this is Warren's last get out the vote event before getting started it was clearly weren't all fully committed he said summer last minute shopping and with her sliding in the polls they were also considering others how can she recover Joey what's happened yeah really she crashed in New Hampshire and it was something that that ultimately what kind of predictable mean I think a couple months ago this would have been sort of a shocking outcome they should finish with nine percent well lets the double digits in the state that they were Sir home of Massachusetts but in the end of it I think people call hello Warren voters in your interests are warned wacky momentum and and I think she was squeezed out from from two competing sites one from a liberal young folks who who at one point said they supported her who alternately voted for Bernie Sanders in overwhelming numbers these would have been the people who she thought that will gravitate towards her big structural change mantra and then also college educated liberals including women who at one time was seen as sort of a I think moved over to Pete booted catch and any cultural especially in the in the last couple days New Hampshire picked up a lot of steam and I think it came at the expense of what's the point while also what is that one of those couple of groups of people bail on her because you could argue her name recognition was certainly better than that of Mr Putin judge or culture I mean in politics a lot of things do the hot behind handy with the hot candidate really ever since mid October when Elizabeth Warren tried to explain how to pay for her medical care for all plan he's really been sort of on the nose dive I think that took away you know what she is the brand where she has a plan for that an explanation of all the things that seem kind of sloppy do a lot of people how about was rolled out and so she just sort of separate been able to to read them from that but yeah I obviously finished first in the that we did a quote once he had momentum coming out a corporate card had talked to so many voted in the last couple days in New Hampshire they were really impressed by her a moment for that last televised debate I mean I think you know I think a lot of college educated liberal in a proper cetera ultimately are opting for more of a a unified kind of message for the more working across the aisle message local the char and to get to the post to the site she often uses that word no one is talking about no more and still have time but not much to try to pick things up here I mean she really really need a strong performance in Nevada and it can be hard to stay pretty compete and you know I've been I think she really needs to show some traction there but not before going into super Tuesday first thing with Joey garrison correspondent at USA today this piece is called how Elizabeth Warren stumbled in New Hampshire and plan for the long haul she said she plans to fight back but what exactly does that mean is going to change message well I haven't I haven't seen anything hinting at a fundamental change about math but she still using that word not fight repeatedly when he talked about and I think she wants to sort of frame or stop now it's kind of an underdog and somebody has been a lifelong fighter and this is no different than the time she got home he was an incumbent in two thousand twelve and the time you know other moments in our life that she thought that she sort of frame it at night since the it's still doing the big bowl after the kid that that's really not that much different the Bernie Sanders one thing I noticed in the last couple days on the campaign trail that she tweak a little bit as she started using that word unity when she was talking about heading into the general election she talked about her softly the candidate who could really bring all factions of Democrats together I think it was sort of a hit landers trying to say did you the name but I think he's trying to say you know there's a lot of people who who are fans of Bernie Sanders who might not help me a lot of moderate success might not supported in the general but on somebody who olfaction to this party get behind so that is one area I think she's gonna hit story Joey garrison national correspondent at USA today.

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03:53 min | 1 year ago

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"Of my listening to right now news radio one thousand K. T. O. K. for in the home stretch Richard Todd stays with us we have a full board of lines will try to move quickly let's begin with a first time caller Roland is in North Carolina Roland good morning good morning are you doing richer I'm well how are you Sir listen now the favor wonderful wonderful and I'm glad to be talking to to riches there you go to for the price of one yes most definitely I had a two for one again even like me I love the show I'm a long time listener art bill George everybody since about ninety two so this one is tall quickly I'm a you have a lot of calls but you asked the question what would I do if I could travel in time I will go back to stop a lot of sense and they seemed like Gandhi and Martin Luther king Moscow may a lot Peter it's Salada you know a lot of assassinations that that took away a lot of good people good profits that we're here to do good works right right when you think about that that whole idea though Roland of the unintended consequences of doing something on the surface it seems like a good idea but then who knows we can't predict what what negative things might happen for example as tragic as as Martin Luther king junior's death was of be because he died it did that not do you think gave greater fuel to the whole civil rights movement as he was martyred yes it is a bit but in that it took it took away for it took away from the earth by one of the greatest it will what civil rights leaders of all time and that he'll he can never be replaced we have a lot of lot to try and I respect that but it's just like since certain says Martin Luther king would never had one that will go out and do the full work right right I mean even like Bernie Sanders was with him to Bernie Sanders was with him yes he was with him in Mississippi when when they are attacked by a bull Connor and his what do trying to cross a bit in the city right right already sent issues with them it was a lot of a lot of women and a lot of white civil rights leaders right okay so you would go back and and and protect at MLK how would you do that Roland let's play a little game of what if because as we were talking about earlier if you were to have gone up to him and you told him you know don't check in the Lorraine motel there's a gunman across the in the diner or in the bushes you know he's probably not gonna be receptive to that how do you how do you do that how do affect change by traveling to the past I maybe like you asked me like me as Roland I'm like I would I would protect him in a Jason Bourne fasten in a in a futuristic fast explain I will protect them by all means necessary and with with whatever I had to do to protect them all right okay fair enough which you did you want to weigh in before we move to the next caller high I think it's a it's a noble because to protect these great phone leaders like Gandhi and MLK and.

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05:18 min | 1 year ago

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"K. T. O. K. well that's great do they it's like the new yep hot it's almost like the struggle all over again that's that's happy new year party music for you mark cited for rush on America's number one radio show okay the parties I've let me as well on the door one of the new roaring twenties in the course of the show made look back on some of the big themes a recent yes but one thing that is relevant to today's headlines and to the last decade or so is that we have really stupid elites and that's the problem you can you can you can have a leech that the the claim to power that that elitism rests on is that the elites a super talented and incisive they're better than you that's why that relate to and that's why we should let them run the well but we have really dominantly it's an a a good example of this Eric came up in the context of impeachment professor Laurence tribe he's one of these famous constitutional lawyers I'm he's at today's big is the big shop constitutional lawyer at Harvard Law School so hot constitutional lawyer Weiss constitutional professor wise he's about as big as they get and that's why on all the TV networks when they want the big constitutional legal perspective they bring this guy on he tweeted out just ahead a day ago about the incoming impeachment trial because of all the senators who are saying this looks like a nothing we should vote to dismiss it so not an impeachable offense I'm done with it when the check and he thinks this is not they're not taking their duty is juror was properly Lawrence tribe says when the Chief Justice administers the oath of impartiality to a senator who has said he will not be impartial he will need to decide what his knows demands and whether he has jurisdiction to rule on a motion to recuse that senator for Kohl's now there's a lot of mumbo jumbo legal speak in that but essentially what this guy tried this supposed constitutional professor has revealed is he knows nothing about this particular constitutional crisis I had the misfortune to attend the last impeachment trial all of the transit drop a Clinton twenty years ago in the United States Senate and ever since I've been in favor of America doing what New Zealand dated and abolishing it's opera house because it's a miserable process it you really don't want to see how the senatorial sausage is made it's a revolting place about that one of the things that becomes clear immediately is the Chief Justice although he has a net that and a name that sounds like he's a judge is not actually the judge at the Senate trial he's loosely presiding but the the senators themselves are a judge and jury he presides the guy back then and I sat and watched him every day for however many weeks it was was Rehnquist and Rehnquist afterwards said my job was to do nothing and I did it very well that his main contribution to the Senate trial because he felt he shouldn't wear the usual robes that he would wear if he was just at the Supreme Court so he designed his own robe modeled own a judicial robe from Gilbert and Sullivan's operetta Iolanthe with full gold bands on each sleeve that was his main called tribute shin to the trial of William Jefferson Clinton he designed his own robe it looked lovely not I there was a terrific it's all like you know the Chief Justice of the Solomon Islands or whatever was not good but it was a possible road eight maybe a bit bright guy in the right designing business rang Chris but that was all he did because that's all he has to do is not the trial judge he doesn't he just presides I'm a fifty one senators get together and decide to ask him a question or to ask him to rule on something he can rule but he came home rule on anything unless they also can Terry and they could have if they hadn't liked his Gilbert and Sullivan robe they could have said fifty one of them and voted for him to actually appear in a clown suit he would have been obliged to preside over the Senate trial in a clown suit why doesn't a constitutional law professor for decades this guy tribe is the biggest big shot in the whole constitutional law business how come he doesn't know that he doesn't know that how can you make a fool of himself on Twitter how can we know that when the Chief Justice presides over a an impeachment trial.

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01:33 min | 1 year ago

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"Turn to when severe weather strikes news radio one thousand K. T. O. K. turning down the noise you can fax your listening to America's first news this morning with Gordon DO thanks for being with us do you like spicy foods will consider this scientists in Italy say chili peppers cut the mortality rate from heart attack and cerebral vascular disease that's a disease that restricts blood flow to the brain and include strokes in aneurysms the study found that people who consume the spice at least four times a week reduce the risk of dying from a heart attack by forty four percent and from cerebral vascular disease by sixty one percent Yahoo lifestyle says the observational study did not identify exactly why chili peppers were so beneficial chili peppers get their heat from the compound capsaicin which has been shown at least in hamsters to reduce cholesterol and to block the expression of a gene that makes blood vessels tighten some research by the way has flagged capsaicin for its ties to cancer separately by heart expert tells Yahoo lifestyle the people who we peppers likely eat more fresh food in general anyway so the chili pepper findings could benefit from that trend eight minutes now and from the hour on this morning Jennifer to shrink a is back with three big things you need to know number one your president trump faces becoming only the third U. S. leader ever to be impeached when a house vote today likely triggers his trial in the Senate.

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02:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Got so bored watching the testimony that I went out and and when watched something incredibly yeah I watch the grass grow and it's winter that was more entertaining than the testimony in this impeachment nonsense but I'll tell you what I learned in you can tell me what you think about it a four one thousand Lee Mathews Katie okay dot com bills and for joining us too while we've been talking about impeachment the north Koreans are feeling neglected and so will take they're like children that you neglect and then they start to have a little bit so they can get your attention again and they newsradio one thousand K. T. O. K. traffic and weather on top of that we get some rain and cold weather on the way only well all riser and Helen hunt from the new man news people here watch TV one shell into the three on NBC for then it for alarming claims about the chemicals in products you use every day these concentrations really do build up and why some experts say teens may be most vulnerable wow behind the label today on news for it for hi welcome to this ad for new sublease fighter starting at one eighty nine each how do you want to cheer squad give me a one eighty what what spell anything Mike Morgan four warn storm team partly cloudy Donna school tonight fifty three for the low cloudy twenty percent chance of rain tomorrow first we will be between two and three on the next way between four three and four high of sixty four but then dropping down to fifty five for a low the rest of the cold front comes through on Thursday bringing a seventy percent chance of rain hi a fifty to a low of thirty six Friday eighty percent chance of rain high of forty but there on Saturday sunny with a high of fifty five outlook for thanksgiving partly cloudy and a high of fifty nine seventy three right now newsradio one thousand Katie of holiday tips and fun facts from Paul Kristen indexer total anymore reference still rave about the perfect are brought last year let me help make your friends giving unforgettable board is one of the world's most popular Redlands made from Cabernet cab front and we're left it also makes the perfect gift for your picking off having Turkey and all the fixings I suggest an easy drinking Pinot noir for white drinkers try and unhooked Chardonnay whether you're detaining or just bring the line we'd love to share our always low prices are ridiculous selection with you this holiday now offering same day delivery at total wine dot com cheers celebrate Halloween with dressed up donuts from.

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02:28 min | 2 years ago

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"A big fan of Clive Davis I hope you're listening to it he produced what yeah I purchased a bunch of movies all the godfathers Apocalypse Now outsiders yeah that's all. thank you. you're welcome here to guide you do a great job love yeah. sound could mean only one thing. a lot. K. T. O. K. thank you so much for listening date. gorgeous Saturday afternoon slash evening here in the great state of Oklahoma broadcasting live to most of North America and.

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02:56 min | 2 years ago

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"K. T. O. K.. on long enough. rush Limbaugh's the all knowing all carrying all sensing old feeling all concerned. all everything my heart Rushey and back to the phones this up what happened at our guy. whatever they got what what was it was it was a good call twenty six you're all right he was a millennial was any listen to me off about what was his question was is what. okay we had a twenty six year old guy from Denver millennial the only president he's known as an adult paying attention things mama. and nothing like this ever happened during the Obama administration so he this call once it always this normal is this what politics is going to be. now that's an intriguing question for somebody who is twenty six it's a it's an intriguing answer for somebody is twenty six. because what is the answer is this normal. here's what's normal. for all of you out there who are in this camp your twenty six you're thirty your first vote for president might even two thousand eight or two thousand twelve Barack Hussein all you remember about those years I'm sure what your remember is a peaceful media. you don't remember the media being ramped up against the president every damn day. you don't remember the media newlines stop hating on the president. you remember the media loves saying and respect okay and the door ring the president. you also remember that the president's health care plan was a fiasco when a disaster you also remember that you're probably couldn't find a job that paid you very well. you also remembered that. you were told that the planet was on the way to being destroyed the no bomber was in charge of managing the decline of all these things but what you remember is a peaceful media. that as far as you were concerned reported on the president's sincerely and supportive way. and now since you weren't alive to see any of this with Richard Nixon around all this madness and you weren't old enough to pay attention to it. this is normal when there is a Republican president because the media is not media it's Democrats in the media. this is normal although this was taken to extremes.

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03:22 min | 2 years ago

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"News radio one thousand K. T. O. K.. well in the interest of full disclosure a I guess I should say I have a nominal amount of stock very small they are a very small amount of stock that I bought a couple years ago in in the companies that were pushing for legislation and or hoping for the legalization of marijuana I don't smoke dope never have and I was reluctant to try C. B. D. oil when I did originally a couple years ago it it actually didn't work for me I I I used to put some on my tongue I had like drops of this was using it just didn't do anything for me but I I have sort of an ongoing medical issue and and as something of talked about before on coast to coast in little bit last night and I I just out of desperation I decided to give it a shot and I went into a local shop tried it and I'm having this really surprisingly positive response to it so that's why I want as Christopher Bouchet who's been on before on coast to coast AM to give us a little bit more insight he's the guy who co wrote the first California and Colorado industrial hemp legislation act back in nineteen ninety five which still remain sort of a model for a state legislation regarding industrial hemp but he's also an expert on C. B. D. oil and he's agreed to join us on coast to coast AM and so thank you Christopher for giving us time I know you've been on coast before were you talking about CBD oil before when you were on. yes we were yeah I think it was in two thousand fourteen and it's a pleasure to be on your hand and I'm so glad you're talking about it. yeah you know it into to circle back to someone who just said the show is always been very pro hemp it not in it up for that matter to I think by and large pro marijuana legalization because it's just the freedom issue and to me that even though I don't smoke and I I just believe in government should provide more freedom to more people specially obviously adults but I I I I don't know I really I been researching it and I can't figure out why it works so I know you're not a doctor but I know you've also research this because you had to make the case for it explain I mean I know George's had a commercial on everything but C. B. D. oil is different than medicinal marijuana but I think most people may understand a bit just to to draw that line that distinction how would you explain the difference. yes then that's a good question and I always like to tell people that that C. B. D. actually regulate your serotonin in the question is what is serotonin and serotonin is a neuro transmitter that made in the brain in the intestines in what serotonin does it regulates the mood it regulates nausea appetite bone health sleep a motions even sexual functions not my problem that was the reason that wasn't the unspecified problem that I mentioned earlier I just with very clear this. yes it it really you like I said.

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02:28 min | 2 years ago

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"Oil prices. The crude oil futures rose one point eight percent to fifty two dollars and fifty nine cents a barrel in New York. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg. Berg radio News Radio one thousand K. T. O K, A, M, K, X, Y, FM, ninety six point one HD two, Oklahoma City. Pretty rainy day today on these radio one thousand Katie. Okay. And pretty mysterious case came to light Beth Myers. That's right. Such a sad story out of Norman, a big surprise a former lawmaker found dead. I'm Beth Myers. The NewsRadio one thousand K T O K new center. Well Norman police say that they are not looking for suspects in connection with yesterday's fatal shooting. A former state, Senator Jonathan Nichols, there's a lot of elements that come into play in these investigations. And so we're just working through all of that, at this time police spokeswoman, Sarah Jensen. That's what she told news sport today Nichols body was found inside his residence in thirty nine hundred block of aniline drive in Norman police say that he died from an apparent gunshot wound nickle served in the state Senate from two thousand to two thousand twelve the cost of investigating former. Oh, you president David Boren for alleged sexual misconduct and the misreporting of information by U2. US news and World Report has now topped one million dollars. The Oklahoma is report. The latest payment to the Jones day law firm, more than three hundred seventy five thousand dollars was made earlier this week and Oklahoma City. Police now confirm that a decomposing body that was found in a trash ban may twenty second in the fifty seven hundred block of south. Harvey court was sixty two year old Rhonda Jones. She'd been missing for nearly three weeks. Her daughter, Forty-one-year-old, Debra Pollock has been arrested on a first degree murder complaint. Her boyfriend alleges that she killed her mother after an argument federal officials are considering using military installations in Oklahoma, Georgia, or Montana, to temporarily house up to five thousand unaccompanied immigrant children who are in the United States without proper documentation, a Georgia newspaper says authorities toured for Benning yesterday as a preliminary step. They're also looking at fort sill here in Oklahoma and mount Strom air force base in Montana, as temporary shelters. Well, natural disaster is getting the blame for a seventy eight. Eight percent increase in cost of homeowners insurance premiums in Oklahoma. Here's Jacqueline Scott a report from the national association of insurance. Commissioners shows.

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"In a very dangerous situation right now. He says people who live near the Arkansas river or behind Levy should remain vigilant because of accusations could still be necessary. There is heavy rainfall again in the area today on the News Radio one thousand KT, okay whether studio. Cool by hill, and company. You're train comforts specialist. It's hard to top hill. More rain cloudy today, and the Oklahoma City metro area, a high today about sixty eight a low tonight, a fifty eight and then we get a break for a little bit on Thursday, sunny and a high of seventy seven partly cloudy on Friday, a high of eighty two I'm Beth Myers. K T. O K, NewsRadio one thousand okay studios or a service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for low T. Learn more. Universalmensclinic dot com. Coming up this weekend. It's a tough back of life to accept. But if you choose to live, you'll have to find ways to protect yourself, especially when it comes to your money, whether protecting yourself from scams, losing your life savings in the stock market, or your ability to leave a legacy to your kids after getting remarried disease. You've constantly have to be on your guard. We're gonna share our best protection tips on. It's all about the money. Honey? Katie. Okay. Most listen to weaken financial show Saturday at one pm and Sunday at six. Here's another lifesaving story from advanced body scan skeleton, and I was symptom free. I had no idea. I had it. My kidney was full of cancer and head. I avoided it would've moved in my blood strain,.

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03:50 min | 2 years ago

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"The only warnings still in effect are Logan in Payne county. There are some other things that are building up right now. But no warnings have been issued especially for of that of the Oklahoma City. Metro are forewarned storm team partners are standing by. They've got it covered. I will cut to them as soon as it gets closer to the metro and we feel you need to know about it here on NewsRadio one thousand. K. T. O K, eight four O one thousand and Leigh Matthews at KT. Okay dot com. Tom is an Oklahoma City. What do you think of storm coverage and knowing about storms? Well. The question about the difference, a regular tornado watch PBS watch sure the differences. The regular tornado watch is just anytime. The conditions are favorable for any kind of tornado, whether it's a little bitty spin up tornadoes. You see, like we had on Monday in some places, or whether it's the large especially dangerous tornadoes, like may of twenty thirteen or may nineteen ninety nine that's a regular tornado, watch the PDF, watch is where the conditions are especially favouring the large long track very damaging tornadoes, particularly may twenty thirteen so that's where the difference lies. When the temperature is where to right now when the humidity where it is right now. And you've got the winds coming out of the south pushing things that's where you start seeing PDF watches. I wonder does do does any other state in the union issue PD watches. Well. Well, I don't think they're actually issued by states. They are issued by the national weather service. Right. And that's what I mean. I mean do we see these anywhere else that we could then because here in Oklahoma, we have a tornado it's going to be a serious one. You know. No. Yeah. Service can has issued a fly morning for Kingfisher county in central Oklahoma, southwestern pain county in central Oklahoma county in central Oklahoma until eight fifteen PM central daylight time. Sixteen PM central daylight time radar indicated sooner storms producing heavy rain across the warned area up to one inch of rain has already fallen. Combined with recent heavy. Rainfall flooding is occurring. Some locations. They will experience flooding include Kingfisher, Anisi Leeson Chris cash Dover coil. Cedar valley Marshall, small city Orlando. Moyal. Turnaround encountering flooded roads, most deaths occurred vehicles. And you just heard that. I mean, that's an example, there, flash flood warning, because the ground is very saturated, especially in the counties mentioned by that emergency activation system. That includes Logan, and pain county, and we still have some super cells that are developing in those areas. So we will keep you posted if there's anything they are. And it's all heading to the north into the east, by the way, it is ending heading our way. We'll get into it, right. Quick with our good friends at the four warn storm team. So Tom, we were talking about national weather service, and how and win and wear like, for instance, do we see PD s or PD Q, pretty damn quick tornado watches issued down in Texas. I haven't seen one in Texas. But the one that's currently ongoing covers obviously northeast Oklahoma. It also covers the far south east corner of Kansas, and it extends up through eastern and into central Missouri. It's covering places like Joplin,.

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06:03 min | 2 years ago

"k t o k" Discussed on KTOK

"One thousand. K. T. O K, Leigh Matthews, eight four zero one thousand and Leigh Matthews KT. Okay dot com. Have you seen the spinoff degrees? An enemy. It's called station nineteen and it is wrapping up its first season. It's about first responders in Seattle Washington, Danielle savory stars as Maya Bishop, and she joins us now on NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay Danielle was a stretch for you to get into character and be a first responder definitely a dream come true. I knew I wanted to, I would have loved to, but it's very few and far between. There's a shows that have Email firefighters or paramedics on that. So to be eighteen and have a good amount of them into one of them is pretty impressive very excited. And it's pretty surreal, well, the TV show seems to accurately portray the new trend in municipal firefighting EMT, and that the firefighters are not just fighting fires. They are also the first responders to most emergencies. Yeah. That's what they actually say that about seventy five eighty percent of calls are actually more EMT or medical related than actual fire. So it's, it's good that you're getting to see that side of it because I never knew that until I and I worked my sister who's app, and actual LAND Los Angeles, fired a fire fighter and paramedic. So, but yeah, the tone of their calls are medical, and we get to do that, as well as the fire, which is so much fun. What's going on here in Oklahoma City? I mean you usually that's the first thing you've seen him at what the call is heart attack car accident. Whatever it's the firefighters were there, first, and then usually the, the, the ambulance arrives later and even sometimes the police arrive later. Yeah, they're always the first one. So they have to have the quickest times the quickest response times we talk about that on the show a lot. That's pretty impressive. What they do. Get to see. I mean, I think everyone everyone has had probably an experienced in her life, one time, rather where firefighters helped them out of something you mentioned your sisters of Stephanie is it is. I guess you didn't have to do a lot of methods to get into the mood because she you live. You have her nearby. I do. I do but she holds me go higher standard. I know I'm a little under the under the, you know, under a lot of pressure, most of the time because they're like, no better than that. Like. So, but yes it was. It was nice to have that insight knowing macer off, obviously, all my life and getting to see her at the job. And then, and then the surreal aspect that I got to play real firefighter firefighter and television, we made her still reeling from it. Like when I called and told her guess, when play on television, she could not guess it. And when I finally told her it was like, no, you've gotta be kidding me. So it's a beautiful to have that insight in a very scary, because like I said, I'm held to a different standard wells about to say, please don't tell me she watches the show. And then calls you later you did this wrong. And this was done that wrong, and you tell those consultants this and that. No, he's not that no. He's not like that till I very understanding. It'd be like that was totally not accurate. But I'll let it slide because TD and I'm losing the one that's, like no tell me how to make it perfect. Because I am such perfectionist in that regard. And I want to do the best I can represent real firefighters. So all the cast do, so there's anything that's slips is we don't know we have to be, you know, we're being advised every day. So sometimes things flip through because it's known samba cast everyone's doing stuff very fast, all the time that sometimes thing that, that sometimes things are done wrong. So we've got to fix those tweet comes that we don't do it again. Savory stars in the ABC hit action drama series station. Nineteen it debuted in October. It's finale coming up later this month, and did you have to do anything to be because your character is also an Olympic athlete. Did you have to do any other particular training? Or do you have to do any type of Jim worked to kind of get into the shape of the character? I do love working out. I've always been pretty athletic played soccer gymnastics and all the fun sports going up. My parents threw me into all of them. So we've been letting but this was a whole different level because the so much weight and, and stress put on your body with this job. So you have a personal trainer that's been training season just to make sure that my body'd in the best shape possible to do this job. It feels amazing. I behold very fit, and like I can do anything, but I, I wouldn't I wouldn't dare to Olympic shape, but, but I, but I do love training and love the fed do the job. And you really kind of, you know, side by side with the male actors on the show and dukes with they're doing and, and pull hoses and, and throw Halligan into wells and do the whole thing. And that's not some people doing it. That's, that's actually us. Women doing it, and it feels really bad us and, and very warding strong women characters are important to, you know, you do activists causes on the side. But how much of that, do you bring into your character, Maya Bishop or is Maya too? Focused on competition to worry about certain issues. He is very focused on competition. That is something that I think, really that fuels her. She she loves that competitive nature. But at the same time, I think, yes, she's a she's actually a very strong strong feminist. I mean, I think her whole thing is about being blunt and honest and, and, you know, representing the female community, the best, she can, you know, I think she's had a congregation with Andy on the show her best friend. And so she's kind of that conversation where we need to represent. We are, you know, painting the way for generations after us, and it's our job to make sure we do it the right way. And she, she makes them buses, he messes up every once in a while to herself, but she's also had some folks, but, but I think she's very very big on that as well. I think the competitive nature is important. But I think she tried to make sure that with more important is the female empowerment in the in the feminist approach. Hugh the job. And to make sure that the women's support each other no matter what Daniel savory station nineteen is the TV show. We look forward to the season finale. Alley on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. And thanks for joining us this evening. You can hear KT. Okay online with the iheartradio. Apple sponsored by Travis. Watkins tax IRS problems, no problem for three three seven.

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

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"It changes. Oh, by the way, I've freak out for you Gwen now, I remember why Diana Rigg did not win those Emmys why she kept losing Dame Maggie Smith. Downton abbey. I love. Real Maggie Smith beating all those years. I loved a Maggie side. Yeah. So that's one for your team there. You're now be one. Well, I loved, and I assume there this year. So maybe she'll win this year. Still show. Yes, yes. She got murdered. Well, she doesn't want to do. UB safe driving home, Jamie. You have a great week. I'm going let it will meet at Markham's nursery next week's they tend this week and find out exactly where we are. Because we would love for you to come see us and remember Jamie, always gives one of his bouquets to admire. That's right. Yes. So thank you. All you're listening to one thousand. K. T. O K, stay weather aware at sixty one degrees in Oklahoma City. Radio one thousand Katie. Okay. AM and K X x Y FM ninety six point one HD, two blow. Eighty four democratic candidates.

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