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President Biden Responds to SCOTUS Leak
"Let's go to Joe Biden, cut number 5 in The White House. Change the law saying that children who are LGBTQ can't be in classrooms with other children. Is that legit under the way that the decisions are written? What are the next things that are going to be attacked? Because this mega crowd is really the most extreme political organization that's existed in American history. In recent American history. Let's just unpack that. First of all, put aside the Ku Klux Klan, put aside the Nazi sympathizers, put aside the John birch society, put aside antifa, put aside the January 6 protester, the maga kraut. In reference to the Supreme Court decision by 5 justices, three of whom were nominated by president Trump, all of whom were distinguished jurists long before president Trump came down the escalator as candidate Trump. And of course, the chief justice and clarence Thomas had been on the court for a very long time in justice Alito was a George Bush appointee as well. W Bush appointee. And I'd be sure that that HW Bush, let me George W. Bush appointee. And I'm just here to he came up after Harriet Meyers with withdrawn. So it's cheap justice Roberts than justice Alito. I'm just sure to tell you, the uniter in chief, that's just not true. This is such an over the top comment that, again, it's like the Pope saying NATO is responsible for invading Russia. Maga is the most extreme. And by the way, LGBTQ children, I understand some children so identify, I also understand that no teacher in America would ever separate them and they also understand that that would fail rational basis review. It is the reddest of herrings I have ever heard. It's the stupidest thing I've actually ever heard Joe Biden say.
Remember How Ralph Northam Described Abortion
"You know I wonder remind you two of this had to Jim We don't want to leave former either black place back blackface or Ku Klux Klan wearing a governor of Virginia Ralph northam out of this He was asked to explain Remember this back in 2019 They're infanticide Bill as well Maybe he was on a radio station and the tragic part about this whole thing is when conservatives are asked to explain conservatism and they do it well we do better When liberals are asked to explain liberalism and explain it well they do worse Here is a pretty elaborate detailed explanation of the left's infanticide build that Ralph northam the former governor of Virginia This is real This happened many of you remember it some of you don't Where he was asked on the radio station to explain what it looks like to engage in infanticide and call it an abortion bill and he did And a national backlash ensued because some people for the first time heard what abortion really is Remember this check this out If a mother is in labor I can tell you exactly what would happen The infant would be delivered The infant would be kept comfortable The infant would be resuscitated if that's what the mother and the family desired And then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mothers Wait what That was blackface Ku Klux Klan guy That was discussing what abortion really is The infant would be kept comfortable until they decide what to do what do you mean what to do What to do he had a kill it or not That's what he said What you think he's saying is exactly what he said That was the governor of Virginia
Gonzaga gets top nod for NCAAs, Arizona, KU, Baylor next
"Gonzaga Arizona Kansas and Baylor have drawn the top seeds for the NC double a men's basketball tournament the zags topped the west bracket in enter the tourney is the number one seed for the fifth time the Wildcats to the top seed in the south regional the seventh time at number one and the first since twenty fourteen Kansas is number one in the Midwest the J. hawks fifteenth time atop a regional defending national champion Baylor is a number one seed for the second straight NC double a tournament although the bears come off a loss in the big twelve quarterfinals I'm the ferry
No. 6 KU beats No. 14 Texas Tech 74-65 to win Big 12 tourney
"The six during kids J. hawks outlasted the fourteenth ranked Texas tech red raiders to win seventy four to sixty five senior David McCormick led the Jayhawks with eighteen points and eleven rebounds his tenth double double this season Kansas senior child body scored sixteen and was named the most outstanding player of the tournament he's the first J. hawk to win the award since two thousand eighteen which was the last time kids claim the tournament championship with the loss Texas tech is open to in big twelve tournament championship appearances while Kansas improved to twelve and three in the title game Ian Ecklund Kansas city
The Elect at Princeton University Decide That Ballet Is Racist
"Ballet is rooted in white supremacy and perfectionism. We are all entering this space with a mindset that what we see as perfect is a white standard. There you go Blackstone half standards of perfectionism. There you go. You wouldn't know if I told you, is this written by the Princeton ballet company or is it written by members of the Ku Klux Klan? It's really something, isn't it? So your kids are not only given an inferior education, taught to obey experts and not think for themselves. Come out hating the United States. They also come out with pure racist views. Unlearning that will be difficult, but rewarding before we begin detailing our action plan, we want to acknowledge that our leadership and those whose composed this plan are all white. This is a new thing from the educated morons of our society. Given by teachers who are a disgrace to their profession, from kindergarten through college through university, graduate school, in most cases, not all.
University of Utah Probes Claim of KKK Recruiting on Campus
"At the university of Utah. Over the Ku Klux Klan recruiting on campus. I don't think the Ku Klux Klan has enough members to even send out recruiters. So if I just heard about this now and there is zero proof. It was a lie that the KKK was recruiting at the university of Utah. We have lies about white racism on an almost weekly basis. We have lies about it on an hourly basis, but I mean, specific examples like this one, and they all turn out to be false. Their hoaxes, I wrote a whole article on race hoaxes, race hoaxes is one of the proofs of how little racism there is. If there was real racism nobody would need to have a hoax, correct.
Michael Anton: This Regime Has Concluded It Will Not Make Any Compromises
"But I'm getting concerned I mean we have this new domestic terrorism unit Notice with the founding of the unit they talk about these and we're worried about this at this massive growth and white supremacists and all this stuff As if this threats around every corner And there used to be kind of a check on this stuff and it was the ACLU types who went back in the day decades ago were principled that they would defend it literally the Ku Klux Klan I mean we used to have groups like Rage Against the Machine These pop culture groups They are the machine now Michael I mean you got Neil Young who didn't have a tour called the free speech tour once calling for Joe Hogan to be censored on Spotify It seems like the overlap of the spheres where we at least believe in dialog is now gone and now that that emergency breaks gone I'm a little concerned where this is going to go Well I'm very concerned I think what has happened is the people in power the regime as I call it has concluded that it's not going to make any compromises It's not going to meet red America halfway a quarter of the way a third of the way Any part of the way It's going to keep doing what it's doing in consolidating its power and reaping the rewards and essentially leaching the heartland dry through outsourcing financialization and opioids and all of these other policies And it knows that as it does this it's making red America deplorables et cetera More and more upset angry and desperate and the only way to deal with it in the regime's point of view that anger desperation and so on this is just cracked down hard You can't treat a people's a 100 million However many of them there are A 100 million a 150 million people like this in perpetuity and not expect some kind of angry backlash So they want the message prepped upfront that when and if the angry backlash comes in whatever form however small however however apparently justified it's not justified It's insurrection and Civil War know your place shut down shut up and sit down and whatever power we use against you will be
Victor Davis Hanson Describes the Democrats’ Desperate Jan. 6 Spin
"With professor Hansen. You've talked about what should happen. We should have a bipartisan open investigation. The thousands of hours of video tape from the CCTV system should be released. That will not happen. We know the January 6th committee as constituted is illegal. There are 7 Democrats to Republicans who are not nominated by the RNC. So given that reality professor, what are your expectations? Will this committee that has subpoenaed my phone records as well despite the fact that I didn't even speak on January 6th? Will this become an even more radicalized political tool and if so, given that this is a midterm year from the strategic perspective, is there not a significant danger of this becoming an own goal of this backfiring for the Democrats? I think it is what the subtext is, is there going to magnify and extend this date January 6th all the way for an entire year? Along with the demonization of the now out of office Trump and why are they doing that? You know better than I do and so does your audience that none of the issues that they are running on or can run on have majority support. A left wing poll today had Joe Biden's approval ratings at 35%. Everybody knows that they have nothing other than conspiracy conspiracy just as if they tried race race race, Ku Ku Ku take over takeover democracy is going to die die, but if we just keep sober and look at what's gone on the last 11 months, who are the people who are trying to end the filibuster and the Electoral College, dismantle the 9 person Supreme Court, get rid of the states, premising and establishing, according to the constitution, balloting laws and national elections. Who's trying to get rid of a 60 year old tradition of a 50 state union. These are revolutionaries, but it's not coming from a bunch of clownish people that assemble in stormed into the capitol. And most people deplored that because I don't like anybody violating federal property. I think it's a crime, and it should be punished, but let's go after the 14,000 people who were arrested who committed a lot of crimes. Where are the people who established an autonomous zone in Seattle and just created a safe space to commit a series of felonies? Where are they now? Are they in jail? Are they under indictment? Are they in prison? Who killed the 30 people in that? I haven't seen any
Lenin Commanded Party Members to Exploit Race in America to Further the Communist Cause
"So why do you think that people pushing things like the sixty nineteen project have such an animus against america that they would distort that and make it sound as though slavery was invented by white people four hundred years ago which we know it was not right well lennon in one thousand nine hundred nineteen nineteen twenty when the communist party was first being established here in new york city gave specific orders to party members to exploit the issue of race and of course that was a a sore point a weak point in american society. We did have jim crow We did have the ku klux klan. We did have discrimination but ever since then that has been the point. The weak point that has been exploited to cause strife and division which is how the communists have attained power across the globe. And so if you want to change this country if you want to change it from a republican form of government system of free enterprise and if you believe that socialism or communism is the way to go then you cast doubt on the validity of this government and this economic
Rep. Elise Stefanik Calls for Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Resignation and Immediate Arrest
"At least phonic new yorkers calling for andrew cuomo to be arrested go get them now. Put the handcuffs on him. Don't know how realistic that is. He ain't going anywhere he's gonna pull. The ralph north enlisted that matter sexually harass a bunch of women put on black face and where some ku klux klan robes. When you're a democrat a democrat means never having to say you're sorry you don't have to move you don't have to leave your just just. Hey look at cove. Ed that was that was part of andrew. Cuomo's bazaar defense. Yesterday after the bombshell announcement that happened during our show yesterday the attorney general tissue james announced the findings of an extensive exhaustive investigation. All kinds of people many many women accusing cuomo they say credibly of inappropriately touching him so he brought out a slide show. I'm not kidding you and the slide show shed. It's not just women. I'm just kind of a groping. Old man i liked to grow people. I touch people. I kiss people to. I am at must be an italian thing. I'm not kidding. Cuomo released a video statement after the new york attorney. General announced the findings that he broke the law. This is this is break now you know. We're we're tiptoeing around this. Because the governor of new york violating the law is another way to say. You've broken the law. When you break the law you get arrested. I'm not sure at least phonic is wrong.
The Life of Florynce Kennedy
"Florence rey kennedy or flow was born on february eleventh nineteen sixteen in kansas city missouri to wiley zella kennedy while he made his living as a pullman porter and leader started taxi. Company the kennedy family experienced poverty during the great depression and racism from the local ku klux klan after a house in a majority white neighborhood but flow nevertheless described her childhood as an incredibly happy one. Her parents were exceptionally supportive of their daughters flow. Once said my parents gave us a fantastic sense of security and were by the time the big. It's got around to telling us that we were nobody. We already knew. Somebody flow was an excellent student and graduated at the top of her class after high school. She and her sisters opened a hat shop together. In kansas city flow also started getting involved in local political protests. She helped organize a boycott against a local coca cola. Bottler who refused to hire black delivery drivers in nineteen forty two flows. Mothers ella died of cancer afterwards flow and her sister. Grace moved to new york city and rented an apartment together in harlem in nineteen forty. Four flu started at columbia university or she majored in pre law after graduation flow applied to columbia law school but was denied admission. According to the dean of the law. School the denial was a result of flow being a woman not because she was black flow wasn't buying it and threatened to sue at which point the admissions board changed. Its mind she was one of only eight women and the only black woman in her law school class
Palms Through Deep Time
"All right. Dr kelly matsunaga thank you so much. For coming on the podcast. It's an honor to have you here. And i'm really excited to talk to you today. But first let's start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is. You do all right. Thanks for having on the podcast. My name is as you just said. Kelly matsunaga currently an assistant professor in ecology and evolutionary biology at the university of kansas. And i'm also curator of paleo body in the biodiversity institute which is sort of the collection of natural history museums Here at ku. That's really exciting. Paleo botany to me. Is i have to live vicariously through people like you. Because it's something that was has always interested me but i want a different path with my career. So i'm really excited to pick your brain about this but one of the things that always interests me is how you came to paleo botany in the first place where you a fossil kid a plant kid. Where did the combination of the two really find their way into a fruitful career for you. Yeah so i I would say that. I came to paleo botany through a lot of sort of happy accidents home. I was not a paleo kid. Or a plant kid numb. I got interested in plants when i was in college. I was not a science major. But we all had to take intro. Some kind of intro. Biology works as a general education requirement. And so i took introductory botany in. That's what really got me interested in plants Specifically the the whole evolutionary story of plants that the professor that taught the courses frank shaughnessy at humboldt state university. Who was able to sort of weave through the course of the class.
Rachael Clark of Northern Kentucky University on Hope in Poverty
"And twenty thirteen northern kentucky university began a partnership with the west side neighborhood in newport a community across the ohio river from cincinnati and a few miles from our campus. The west side would receive help with parks community gardens public art and even a bicycle maintenance class. That was a way to teach science and math while having fun in k. U. students in turn would have experiential education opportunities early on in. Ku's community engagement team asked. If one of my psychology classes could measure hope in the residents of the west side. We agreed and also measured meaning in life. Hope is important because over the last two decades it has emerged at the moderately strong predictor of wellbeing on the west side. Most families live at or below the poverty line you might reasonably expect residents to have lower hope and meaning in life. They didn't my students surveyed west side residents and for the sake of comparison in k. U. students our findings published earlier. This year showed no major difference between the two groups. Indeed the newport residents generally scored higher for hope and meaning in life especially among newer residents. Who share a vision of what the west side might become as residents take greater ownership of the old neighborhoods future rather than seeing it to absentee landlords because of these surprising findings we decide to explore a results with a focus group with learned. That residents while hopeful. Personally were less optimistic about external forces shaping their neighborhood. They felt for example that municipal services were more readily provided to wealthier residents neighborhood and socio political factors impacted their levels of hope more so than individual factors still that didn't diminish their personal faith in their future or their commitment to a better westside.
Scottie Pippen Accuses Phil Jackson of Being Racist
"Retired NBA star Scottie Pippen says retired La Laker and Chicago Bulls coach Phil Jackson is a racist. Why do you recall that pivotal playoff game when Michael Jordan was playing baseball in the Chicago Bulls still did? Well, their star now with Scottie Pippen and a pivotal point in the game, Phil Jackson called a play for a white player named Tony Ku coach. And Scottie Pippen was so angry he refused to go on the court. Remember that people later on, apologize for and let the team down yada, blah, etcetera. He now says Phil Jackson made his decision because wait for it. Phil Jackson is
In Latest Twitter Confrontation, Kevin Durant Claps Back at Scottie Pippen
"Interview got posted. And like 11. Minutes later, Cady had tweeted at Scottie Pippen twice. And he went there. He went right to Scott. He's two biggest weaknesses. Scotty's biggest weakness is not that he was robbing that he was the second best player on historically great teams. That's not a weakness. Scottie Pippen is a first ballot Hall of Fame top 50 all time player who have anything I think is under appreciated as an all time great His two weaknesses are the 1.8 seconds when he didn't go in the game when Phil draws up a play for KU coach. And then the fact that they should, and they showed this in last dance that he chose to get surgery at the start of a season rather than during the summer because he was aggravated about his contractual situation. His last year in Chicago, the 97 98 season. All of that was in last dance. And so Kevin Durant tweets about both of those
Biden Tulsa Speech Lacks Context, Omitting Democrat Congressman Who Were KKK Members
"Quote the speech, Biden There were 37 members of the House of Representatives who are open members of the Ku Klux Klan. Interesting. Biden said that at the Tulsa speech, what he failed to tell you is they were mostly Democrats. Where the fact checkers on you know the fact checkers once we've discussing we've been discussing throughout the show. The opinion checkers also noticed the sensors, the Communists, the fascists, right, the fact checker. You know what they do They go out where the fact checkers every time a conservative says something about this is missing context. This is missing context. Where's the missing context on that? Right there. A bunch of members of the House of Representatives the past who are members of the Ku Klux Klan? Yeah, dude, they were Democrats. They were Debs. Democrats. Demon rats? Yeah, that's what they were. He left that part out. Left that part out. Kind of important context, isn't it? Considering Biden's a Democrat, too. It's also interesting for those listening it Describe the Fox nation is a live video feed of my show here you could see on video does he at home the honorary Honor the great Rush Limbaugh. The paper flip a celebrity did that There's a photo here. I'm looking at you looking at home, too. If you watch the video there, check that out. Put a little Sharpie line around the face. It's a photo of Joe Biden. What's he doing there? Yes. What is he doing in this photo? C SPAN two photo screenshot. Speaking and eulogizing someone at a funeral. Whose funeral is that? Jim, Look, this guy for me. I've never heard him Senator Robert Byrd, is that the same guy who was in the Ku Klux Klan?
America Has Been Brought Down to Size
"In four short months the united states of america has been brought down to size and it is up to you and i to continue to fight for those freedoms that have all ready and i want to make sure you hear that word that have all ready been provided for us. That have all ready. Been given to us by the blood of our dead heroes. We have already conquered racism by enlarge. In the united states of america we pass the thirteenth fourteenth the fifteenth amendment. We had over twenty blacks during the reconstruction era that were voted into the republican party against the against the desire of the democrat. Kkk party as white ku klux klan. Men in a democrat party fought to keep them out of congress and to intimidate both blacks and whites. We've already our soldiers. Six hundred thousand soldiers during the civil war dead dead all of these spice that the left are trying to pretend exists today. They don't exist. They are they are in the fig. I want to say the figment of their imagination. But it's a bunch of people who have meaningless lives that are desperate for meaning trying to divide and trying to destroy us and we can't let them do it. How did you honor the legacy of the dead. You fight back against these left wing radicals that are telling you. This is not the greatest country that god has ever given man.
Interview With Spiral Director, Writer, Darren Bousman and Josh Stolberg
"Darren josh. good to see you guys. How's it going good. Let's be you're so happy to be here so glad to have you guys the number one film in theaters this weekend. Which is quite an accomplishment as people are vaccinated and coming back into theaters. So congrats on that. Thank you I and we're gonna we're gonna get into a lot of stuff today but we always start with breaking in stories and it just kind of gives a good place for folks to kind of learn who you are what you do darren. I'm from city. It seems like you grew up in kansas as well. Where'd you go to high school. Went a shiny. Mr south to china mission north. About ten minutes from you. So it's iowa's i know i know it's crazy. I've met so many so many people out here now from kansas which is which is just crazy. That's that's awesome and what what made you move out here. Did you study film out here. What what brought you in los angeles. so i I went to ku. I majored in theater and film and keio I left after two years. It just wasn't my thing I just felt like if i really wanted to do it. I needed to get out of my comfort zone. And i think that you know being born and raised in kansas. All my friends were there. I needed to wipe the slate clean. Start over so. I went to florida. But how i got involved was when i was in kansas. I would answer every ad that i would find the paper about filmmaking and there was. There's there's a scene for filmmaking no matter where you live. I don't care if you live in boise idaho. y'all stay angeles. It doesn't matter where you are. People are making movies. So i i got on every set that i could came through kansas. There was a lot of really schlocky horror films which i was. I was on every one of them is like fourteen fifteen sixteen years old And then yeah. I went to florida to a place called full sail university. Which is a film. School did that. And then I left full sail and went to l. a. and for years it was the classic the classic store you hear about i. Was you know. I was a pa. I was an assistant. I was bad at both. I was fired from all And then i wrote. I wrote a script called the desperate. Which is kind of. It was kind of my therapy about my desperation in hollywood.
"ku" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast
"Yeah so they're not they're not picking on necessarily but it's but there is a little bit of ribbing there from the from disease not not now i wouldn't say so because i've been in the team and i when guys go up. Dc guys complete respect us know. Hey or it's all love. And but when i did i come in to loudon as county. There is a little bit like like. You're you're at the bottom. And you gotta you gotta make your way up and i think guys done as best i can to get a order but Still when the kids come through you put him in the middle youngest dane for rondos and stuff like that and you just gotta make them spend insert. Say sure you gotta think that's fair. I think that they should expect that to. Oh i don't know if you have an answer for this yet because you still haven't started camp yet. And i don't know what sort of your conversations have been with good martin but in the past there was a big concentrated effort between Staff and martin staff to say we're going to try to place him only we're gonna we want to have continuity between the loudon into big team. You've got a new coach coming. Dc new ideas formations philosophies and wondering if that has been to you know. And i have all have ryan on a couple of weeks. So you don't want that's fine but like that sort of been communicated like all right. Well this is what this is the new the new plan. We're going to change change things out. Maybe you're going to be expected to york and things is that that conversation happened yet. You're not as not happened yet. But i know that ryan will no matter what he will want to play the right way. And i know with dc coach coming in and what i heard in soon from his teams I know he was a great player. And alison that. He's a great coach. And i know he's here to play real correct football. Not just going defense. So we're excited. I think everyone and you guys are excited about that. I think we're excited about that. I think it's a it's a. It's a new. It's a new era all sort of getting the opportunity excited about it before. Ball skip Last question i have for you Before i have. I have one question from a listener And this is sort of a joke question but as a local who i imagine is not immune from dc. How excited are you about. The new training facilities the summer. You do you guys practice at segue right now or do you guys go under the james. And what's your what's your current Go to savor no matter what Two years ago we used to train like the.
"ku" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast
"Curse lables. I would say this year. I don't want to focus so much on numbers but focus more on leadership roles and getting my team going. And i don't really care about my own stats. How would i can do to help the team win. And i think no matter what happens. We just no matter how well i just want to create a formula to win. I think at this point now the past few years. I don't know about the first year. I think we had Losing record and as you read a losing record so This upcoming year. That's really the main focus is on team priorities. And nothing about individual acclimates end. I just really want what's best for the team no matter what it is. Yeah i'm that's. I'm sure that that ryan loved. Hear that ryan lewis. This shell hill. Have a big check. Mark next union So what's up a little bit about dc. About these united. I think You know seeing the opportunities afforded the players that you came up with train with played with kevin griffin moses jacob cetera. Make you more optimistic about both the pipeline. That dc in trying to build in this loud into dc thing but also were were that contract of the offered a certain point the opportunities to actually play. I think that that's do you feel optimistic about the way that easy values. It's you and wanting to put them forward and see where they can see how they can grow of course. Of course the past years when after giffen they started same more homegrown and obviously it makes everybody more optimistic in kademi and no matter how young you are in the academy. You're going to see that in. Shoot for that gold. If you want to become a professional Griffin really set the stone. Even though there were homegrown before him think she really had any other homegrown to go off of because it was such a new time and he kind of had to do everything on his own. Even though i'm sure yet people like paul and bill in anybody in the first thing that was willing to help them but I know how kevin moses and now jacob with the whole transition and everything and i think jacob signing is really really good for the loud in perspective because he started playing with long they liked what they saw and he went up and he signed the first contract with israeli good. Says that's the goal. I imagine lots of guys on the are are saying all right. So the shiba. It's doable. I don't have to be longtime i don't have to be a long-term academy guy will have to be. I can just perform well. What their is on union opportunity night. I think jacob did really good job with that. And i'm glad that he signed that contract because it does create that pipeline for other players. What are the senior team players. You guys have opportunities retrained together. A and i think even more so maybe when you guys are all in the same spot in the summer but what are what are those players like With the loud guys use particularly are they.
"ku" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast
"Percent of the games in Professional leagues yoursel. Like i'm either injured or exhausted. Or i feel something. I'm having a dog or something I would say the biggest thing would be injuries. And that's why and just being able to maintain ourselves than not being able to have to regulate everybody during that period of time because everybody was doing the same thing but also doing their own thing so it is pretty hard to build chemistry that way even though no matter how much play together in practice there is that one to play with the same people every single time. You gotta you gotta long season. look it. Looks like barring anything ridiculous. You've got a lot of games coming in calendars. You gotta go get that. I think that opportunity as you go on to establish yourself with the team. What what have you been doing this offseason. Typical question for the offseason in light of those injuries last year. Probably do a lot of stop and start of the season and the training on your own and maybe not having the same access to facilities and and everything else that you would in a normal year. What have you been doing to sort of. Make sure that your body is ready to full season for a full. You know normal. Length season issue I would say taking the right amount of time to take a break and step away from it. Like i did a while back and then really just easing into it with the fitness and the playing. And then you start to get your drive back more and more. You wanna play more and more and you start training with more people and better people and i would say just getting to drive back for the grind and loving every day because that's really the biggest parts of being professional is going in every single day to training being consistent and loving what you do because if you don't then you're not gonna be on the field and eleven or the eighteen for that matter but just really getting back into things and getting back to loving when i do. Do you feel like it was overuse from was look like muscular. Stop waited and look like any sort of structural entries quake nagging either hamstring or other stuff. What was what was the bulk of the issues last for you. I had a hip fracture. Okay so not muscle. Injuries will that came during the covid break. So i don't even remember when i started to feel it but that was the first thing and that's why i was out. I think for the first game when we came back and then for being out song. Because i didn't run for a couple of weeks because misers with fractured. Yeah.
"ku" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"Exposure and people sign up here newsletter. So then was fast forward to two thousand sixteen word his word is flying through time people Tom Traveling I did a handful of them in two thousand sixteen. Still relatively new author back in July of two thousand sixteen I did a Freebie fuller the chosen one. Now the Chosen One is one of my most popular books is one of the most successful books have had aside for a couple that came out last year. But but at the time, this was like my breakout book. Now, this is the difference with books because the first one I got nine k the second one I got seven k. this one I only got five kate, which is surprising cause a, it was a new release and it was really fucking popular book. But Kate you had a was instituted so not only did I get. A significant bump to my newsletter subscribers in a significant bump to my other books on backlash a a significant Bub to kill limited it in an increased it by two hundred K.. Two Hundred K. K. You patriots Patriot. That's another thing that helps now with the Freebie as with kindle limited on Amazon is like not only do you get? The downloads but people also are noticing it in the charts and they'll add it to on their Ku library they can. They can have ten in their library time and it does help take up the kindle unlimited. Patriots. And I did a another one in December of two, thousand sixteen and that was the miracle girl yet another Popular Book of mine that the cover of the miracle. Girl. Aaron did five. One of my favorite cover is this gorgeous in when got only four thousand downloads from book so I've see it's is trending downward quite drastically from ninety eight an hour at four. K. Os just going to say say every time you've done a cave Freebie Day so you drop your price zero but then you use book bub in conjunction with Ozzy Gabe then you time your k. you price drop to coincide with book Ever, you ever done a Book Club Without as AKA Freebie without doing but bubba well. Where did he? Okay okay. Don't joke around it time. The Miracle Girl, and the thing that about it was a bit older book. I think it was out for a year or so the previous owner had seven pay in patriots. In the months that I had the Freebie. Had, eighty, one king. So that's a significant jump from seven to eighty one K and in the following month, it was like twenty K.. So that's where it does help. It raises the visibility of the book. It puts it on people's read our in. You.
"ku" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"For her books eight hundred pages. So that would be a hard they all pretty do her sheltie neared. So that's what's going on over here. I hate cinnamon. Donate for. DABNEY. Any, a new book ready to publish. What's going on over there? Why I have been have been away since we lost bake sale on on a in these Kovic Times are gonNA train. Wait a minute. So we have. Earlier because you're going away and you just got back from going away, what do you think this is like twenty, eight hundred. I know crazy absolutely crazy Yes. Because we live in the south and. Not other parts of the UK which are on more stringent lockdown measures and I think it's Time. Before everywhere gets for. Greater lockdown because the is happening all over Europe with all the people going on holiday and stuff say but it was my dad's eighty seven, th birthday. We can say we went to south end to see him and we had a little get together with my family say my brothers garden. So that was really nice as see everybody because I haven't seen them how zero them for a while say it was nice as it was them fifteen of US gathered. So that was really good and the weather wasn't too bad. We had a gazebo we had singing. It was nice but you know the one thing actually when he was saying about. Hillary Mantell was my is a very keen meter is well, I picked up my love reading from him and he had on his book stock the he that lives besides the safer that he sits in the lounge. He had Allie Smith's autumn and I don't know if you've seen recently but she did a four book series and they were I can guess the other three books were gold one of them is. Let Me Guess? Spree well done well done and she's She's at one a year I think maybe but she's just out summer and complete the four books as an everybody all over my Seychelles and serve the papers are read have been getting on about how good summer is an idea like Alex Smith I like her writing find some of it a little bit challenging because she's A. Bit. Literary fiction and uses big words where you don't need to. However I do like what she does oppose redeploys at my dad had Alex Smith but he does really quite widely and sometimes I go in known he's reading stuff that I'm quite surprised about for quite a conservative eighty seven year old is but he is a light and you guys really aren't assisted. Is, I'm right. Established it on this. Most of us, we.
"ku" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Joe Biden this morning totally disparaged, insulted the black community. What he said is incredible. And I don't know what's going on with them. But it was a very insulting statement made and I guess you'll figure that out. You'll see it in a little while. But there was a great insult to the black community making reference. How you doing? Friends? This is the Danish. L I'm Sergio in for Dana today, here from Taxes lovingly refer to this area is her Southern Command. Always honor the Dana calls. And you want to call in and chat about this. Anything else ate for 4344 Dana is thie number to call. Yeah, yeah, the president reacting to like all of us. I just I heard what Joe Biden said. I'm shaking my head and I'm going well. I wonder how many more days you gonna put him back in the bunker and the Biden bunker and hide him from the public Is this dude every time they led him out? It's always another shoe it in mouth. And so there's there's like no cure for Coffin mouth disease. I don't remember what they said about my baby one when he got hoof and mouth For Joe Biden. My goodness. There's no cure for for his foot. And mouth disorder. And he speaks. I believe he is a racist. Joe Biden. He tries to like all these lies from the left and all these never Trumpers. All these people who hate trump from the very beginning, we have always been labeling. Donald Trump is a racist. Joe Biden, one of the articles I was reading just last last hour. Joe Biden saying Donald Trump is the first racist president in our country. Aquifers first raises President I know just I was thinking quickly. What comes to mind for the 1st 1 that popped into my head was Woodrow Wilson, right? And his admiration of the Ku Klux Klan would Woodrow Wilson Well, but after that you have Oh, by the way, Woodrow Democrat After that, FDR, another Democrat, FDR. Why Well, how long you're taking all the the people who Oh, and who came from Japan. And creating these internment. These concentration camps. These places were Japanese had to go and live during the World War two effort right after World War two Have a Democrat. LBJ. And the quotes attributed to him. The civil rights effort back in the sixties. The help that he needed from Republicans to pass all this stuff, but but saying You know the comments attributed to LBJ. That he would have this Specific You know? And word group. Politically speaking. You know, Always voting. For the for the Democrat Party. How they pass all this. From the abundance. Of his heart from the Abundance of his political horrid Joe Biden speaks and I think he speaks. For the Democrat Party establishment who they believe that they own the black community in this country. I could keep talking about this all day long. A 44344 Dana, I appreciate you gas checking and let me go to Teresa in Florida. Get her comments real quick. Theresa, Welcome to the Dana. Show What you want to say, friend? I think that the black community could be aware more aware of what the Democrats are up to. I had a friend that her worker and I couldn't for the life of me. Get her to see what was going on in front of her face. She was determined to vote Democrat. She told me she had to vote Democrat because she was black. I used to be a good crash no longer We're all Americans. It's important, but, you know, thank you for the call to action is very clear. You know, they say that after they say that of every election, never in our time. Never in our history has a presidential election. Been Mohr important to some people even Go off and say more important to the survival of our nation. Call the action. Is Amazingly clear and stark. I mean, think about it. We are living. I believe that politically speaking looking at this presidential election and looking what is at stake If you pay attention to the news, If you pay attention to the violence that toe all these special groups that wish to literally wish to tear down our nation the way it is that it is illegitimate. We need to start over and create. I don't know what Venezuela out of it. I'm reminded of the words again of JFK. Ask not what your country can do for you, but you know what you could do for your country. What for? For November 3rd, its vote And you better vote to preserve your country. Because I think the choice is very clear. Preserve. Protect Perfect. Or on the other side. You've got all these apologised and the crazy Marxist hordes that are out there tearing stuff up. Scaring everybody. Screaming, defund the police and you got politicians like Senator Hirono from From Hawaii. Ted Cruz telling her Hey, why don't you condemn and TIFA want to say something? Gets up and walks away. Yeah, I think the choice is real clear. Wait for for three for four. 30 to 62. Back to Florida. We're going to Orlando Bob joining us on the Dana Show What you want to say Barbara quick in my call, but I want to say Democrats last realized the Democrats used them like cattle. I encouraged him to burn their own neighbors, then which they do and these, although one point in the back, but it's all bricked seven. So they say One of us must want live in a vacation because they did their leaders. Recovers in standard Frontline did shot killed. Earn your neighborhood down. Put your own people at a business that is the Democrat way, and that is what's going on. What happened with the black people and they're taking you. And then only when we like that, don't think. Yeah, I hope they see it, but I really, really hope they see it. Because we need Americans to stand up..
"ku" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Of the Ku Klux Klan and then the young woman was killed in his **** he is asked to comment he said there were very fine people on both sides no president history nice face regular said anything remotely like that all right ma'am yeah well you know he's getting his time was pose yeah yeah on he was he was out of the basement so that there is that yes he's got that going for and here's joy Behar she was reacting to the president's reaction to the story coming out of Seattle where they basically cordoned off an area cop freezone in it it's it's basically being run by the other protesters are the do the community that live there they put up barricades and not let anybody and and do you know the president of course I went after them and so an intern joy Behar on the view and after him help anything as a matter of as a matter of fact he has the nerve to call anybody a domestic terrorist he's a domestic terrorist he's the one who's been impeached for obstructing justice in this country he's the one who has friends who are in jail you know he Roger stone's in jail Michael Flynn's in jail Roger Cohen Michael Cohen is in jail he's he's worried about people in Seattle by the way if he wants to do something about Seattle somebody better show him where it is on the map but I'm wondering if I don't know if this was if this was will be in two innings this or whether there is any producer they got in will be easier and said honey can you better walk this one back because right you know shortly after that would be said this to joy Behar right enjoy I need you to clear up one thing you were not calling the president a domestic terrorist you were just saying that his his take on this is is a little crazier than you thought is that right yeah I guess I mean I'm not calling anybody names like he does is just that it seems ironic that he would be calling people domestic terrorists I mean I'll get in trouble for calling him a domestic terror attacks he won't get in trouble for quality to send people to master terrorists.
"ku" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Is always speculation even before one got arrested about some Klan involvement I do believe that there is an element of the Ku Klux Klan invaded in the law enforcement community and steal this day I do believe that wiping out young black man was a part of the overall Jenna to weaken the black community KKK we were kids as we talk about I mean because it was strange for me I mean we were middle school you know they still burned clash stone I mean I was to rally in Florida K. K. K. may use it was just all ways to things that you know that you are there were a lot of well developed that because they were all plan because they were mostly male yes this is the KKK conspiracy some people in the black community land grabbing these that whole theory around it being claim came up because people in the black community did not believe a black person would do that to another black person particularly a black child a lot of people who think that the Klan is involved in the murders it was a joke there was no claim number one is not smart enough to commit twenty five perfect crimes number two if they did do it they were taken in and out of the newspaper they were they were too slow but again the beer once just it on keeping watch on them so we just had informants what mark to their meetings make sure nobody was gonna do anything crazy just not smart enough to want to read next who hate blacks and they weren't bright enough to commit this crime and if they did they would have taken out of it how do you go into a black neighborhood Tristen hooked the plan wanted to take credit for the racist it would have been a feather in their hats yeah as a group they could have said yeah we killed twenty eight kids got by with it but they couldn't find anybody would say yes I did and they didn't know enough of the facts to convince anybody that they did it there's a guy named Charles.
"ku" Discussed on WJR 760
"Ku Klux Klan of today do you know that catch up with the times did you what I just said oddly far is the nation to cool Calexico clutch clan of today and if they are not stopped by DHS and the FBI they will start killing people that's correct and yet who supports them Chris Cuomo don lemonade and the other characters that work for the shady character who run CNN it's that simple but there's other stuff that we can talk about many many other things and they can jungle own thing came to me let's hear from the American Korean journalist who was beaten by on the far in Portland while police stood there doing nothing listen the clip six I just can't be helped by the crowd no please call in the middle of the street and they stole my GoPro you punch me several times in my face and I had a meeting well the whole world yeah well the whole I had been assaulted twice earlier today reported it DO probably Hey we can nothing was done history in the front documenting the can you tell me that is they told stone my GoPro indigo is a conservative journalist who is also gay and he's a Korean he was beaten by the couch in black suits and black masks most of them probably work at Portland State University well god knows where they go back after they do these things the cop stood by and did nothing absolutely nothing so there's a revolution brewing in the United States of America and it's a one way revolution right now with a left wing fascists are in control of this country on the streets and they do so they justify this under the guise the trump is a fascist let me remind you of something if trump war what they say he is they would be in prison all of them do you understand what I just said if trump was what they're lying in saying he is they wouldn't be in the streets speaking they would be arrested but you see how it works how propaganda how powerful it is when you have Jeff Zucker in your pocket you could twist reality itself by changing the language and justify almost anything that you do now there's the issue of free health care for illegal aliens free healthcare for illegal aliens did you hear me free healthcare for illegal aliens the head of the DNC which is a criminal organization in my opinion is a man named Tom Perez who has a tremendous pedigree of racism Tom Paris ran the civil rights division of the US justice department under the racist Barack Hussein Obama now why are you such an incendiary term calling Barack Hussein Obama racist you want to go back to the beginning of his reign do you remember what he did to the police when he started as president and how it led to the murder of police across America because with a wink and a nod he said the police are fascist and therefore he unleashed the mobs on the police well Tom Paris is worse that Obama Tom Peres has the nerve to say that giving free health care to illegal aliens is not a hand out I want you to listen to the sound bite which I think we have on the savage nation if we haven't got you heard is clipper whatever class believe that you should be able to buy into a health insurance.
"ku" Discussed on WTVN
"Members of a Ku Klux Klan associated group showed up Ray rally. They planned in Dayton, Saturday as they were met by nearly six hundred peaceful counter protesters following the rally on Saturday, date, mayor NAN, Whaley said there were no it, and it shows, the Dayton can believe stand up for its neighbors, but she said that her city is still to segregated and still to unequal chapter is over. But it means we have to get back to the real work, making sure that no matter what you look like where you come from, or who you love that you can have a great life here in Dayton city manager. Shelly dickstein estimates that in preparation for Saturday's rally two hundred and fifty thousand dollars was spent on personnel costs and another four hundred grand on contract and materials. I'm Matt Reese, a woman was placed under arrest Friday and accused of drug activity near an elementary school in south Columbus. The Franklin county sheriff's office says thirty five year old Kristen Skaggs was trafficking heroin. Police. Found six grams of suspected heroin fifteen grams of math and fifty one grams of cocaine Skaggs has been charged with possession of cocaine and trafficking in heroin. And cafes more charges Akron. City officials are working to make the city, a better place for its aging residents. The city launched a campaign this week to become an AARP age friendly city, the five year process will target issues that affect quality of life for seniors including housing transportation. And public health Akron would become the ninth Ohio community and three hundred and fiftieth nationwide to join the AARP network. I'm Rob Bailey for those who are fans of cedar point traction has opened this weekend. The Sandusky theme park opened forbidden frontier Saturday, which offers guests and interactive opportunity to search for hidden treasure. There's also a giant rope playground for kids. I'm Sean Gallagher. Can you the latest trending stories at.
"ku" Discussed on WTVN
"Only nine members of a Ku Klux Klan associated group showed up a rally they planned in Dayton, Saturday as they were met by nearly six hundred peaceful counter protesters following the rally on Saturday. Dayton, mayor NAN Whaley said there were no it and it shows the Dayton can release stand up for its neighbors. But she said that her city is still to segregated and still to equal chapter is over. But it means we have to get back to the real work, making sure that no matter what you look like where you come from, or who you love that you can have a great life here in Dayton city manager. Shelly dickstein estimates that in preparation for Saturday's rally two hundred fifty thousand dollars was spent on personnel costs and another four hundred grand on contract in materials. I met Reese, a woman was placed under arrest Friday and accused of drug activity near an elementary school in south Columbus. The Franklin county sheriff's office says thirty five year old Kristen Skaggs was trafficking heroin. Police found six. Grams of suspected heroin fifteen grams of math and fifty one grams of cocaine Skaggs has been charged with possession of cocaine and trafficking in heroin. And cafes more charges Akron. City officials are working to make the city, a better place for its aging residents. The city launched a campaign this week to become an AARP age friendly city, the five year process will target issues that affect quality of life for seniors including housing transportation, and public health Akron, become the ninth Ohio, community, and three hundred and fiftieth nationwide to join the AARP network. I'm rob Ailey? For those who are fans of cedar point a new attraction has opened this weekend. These Sandusky theme park opened forbidden frontier Saturday, which offers guests and interactive opportunity to search for hidden treasure. There's also a giant rope playground for kids. I'm Sean Gallagher..
"ku" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Now with these video doorbells, you can you can see who's at your your your door and up in anthem just north of the via on video was caught two people in a certain garb. I guess you would say costumes ringing a video doorbell. Yeah. So the homeowner has picture from his ring doorbell camera and the picture shows two people one is wearing a Ku Klux Klan hood and a swastika on it on the on the Klan hood. And another is kinda looks like it's out of the movie the purge. Okay. That crazy. Sick movie. Well, Phoenix police sergeant Vince Lewis talked a little bit more about about the situation that's unfolding up there and anthem bit concerning part of this is obviously the garb is historically symbols of eight the the white hood the swastika that whether or not they wear understands the meaning and message behind that. That is very obviously meant to threaten and intimidate. You say obviously, and it appears at Phoenix police are not investigating this as a hate crime good, and they should. But I wanna make the argument that they shouldn't investigate anything as a hate crime. You can have crime crimes. Greg grabs you're fine, somebody assaulted somebody. That's a crime somebody stole from somebody. That's a crime. Why do we need hate crimes? How do you use hate crimes and how do crimes make it any better? What do you mean better out? How do they how do they how do they solve crime more? How do they how do they discourage crime more because the argument is that if the guy wearing the Klan hood with a swastika on it now ringing, the doorbell isn't a crime, can we we don't think it might be a nuisance ding Dong ditch. But if he if the person in the Klan hood had. Destroyed the front door destroyed. The ring video doorbell. Well, that's that's property crime. Why is wearing a Klan hood? Why would that make it a hate crime? I don't know if wearing a Klan hood would necessarily make it a hate crime. But but you had just said why do we have hate crimes? They're not how how how is having the distinction of a hate crime going to solve more crimes or how's it going to discourage more crimes? I don't think. Having the aggravating factor of a hate crime is about solving or discouraging it. I think it's about punishing Ed at a higher level with the punishment is subjective. Because on some level, you have to assume what was in the criminals heart in their mind, what not necessarily what is in their heart harder was in their mind. I mean there are times where it is blatantly obvious. Why a certain individuals targeted and if they're targeted because of their race if they're targeted because of their sexual orientation, if they're targeted for, you know, gender identity then that could potentially arise with the aggravating factor of being. Hate crime. But it's already a crime to attack them. And again, I I have a problem with the that you are living more punishment your, and you have to make some certain assumptions to now some of them may be obvious some of a may not. But again, if the person if you're wearing your clan hood with your Nazi swastika on it because you're in idiot and you're walking around anthem ringing doorbells. Let's take anthem out of it because anthem isn't a hate crime. If you're walking around ring doorbells, it's not a crime. But if you're wearing that thing, and you walk up, and you punch somebody who's at a hate crime because you were wearing a Nazi hood. No if you were targeting somebody because they're black how we knew they were targeting. What did they say? So what you're wearing? Or what you say is is definition of could make you could make an argument for that as well. I mean, we have rating factors for a variety of different things. Not just hate crimes in that aggravating factor levies upon it a higher punishment because of of the factors involving it. And so I mean under under that kind of argument. You know, I if you are preying on somebody who's vulnerable based upon their age, whether it is a child or the elderly you can have another aggravating factor punishment is more severe. So if someone is and we have this story what was a couple of weeks ago about people getting the phone calls a scam social security, your social security number have been hacked, or whatever the terminology that using my social security social security. Thank you very much. What do we know that in talking with people like attorney general brnovich it, you know, the elderly are targeted that is it hate crime. Chris retargeting peanuts on a hate crime. No, no. It could be an aggravating factor. There are different aspects of it. I mean, another aggravating factor because I think that that's what you're arguing here. A hate crime falls under the category of an aggravating factor. As does if you have prior convictions. So if you are a criminal a known criminal, and you commit another crime, your punishment can be more severe because. You have a history. We have these different aggravating factors. What you're arguing? We're going gonna talk about in the in the Justice Willett cases. But it appears that for me and the way I see hate crimes hate crimes are used. To go back and prove motive, and whether you're your motive to commit a crime, racial, hatred, or greed or Bure board. I don't know your victim. Who your victim is they can go back and retroactively tried to prove that that was a hate crime. Because of your victim. I find it difficult to glean the intent in someone's heart again, using this this doorbell incident. And the idea that some people think that there might be a hate crime wearing a plan hood is not a hate crime. I'm not I'm not saying I didn't say you were police did. So the idea that investigators a nuanced behavior. Symbols depicted in the video or clear historic symbols of eight at Phoenix police sergeant Vince Louis so the idea that that the wearing of a clan hood is in and of itself. Hatred. You can go back and again retroactively, everything you do while wearing your your clan hood is is a hate crime. And I have I have difficulty with that. Because I I think there's a better than better than not odds that the person wearing the Klan hood with the swastika is not a member of the clan, nor a member of the Nazi party. They're just wearing a stupid hood. And here's a little bit of more of what sergeant Vince Lewis told our KTAR news department. There's a difference between a hate crime and a and a bias incident. Clearly, the wearing of the garbage ringing the doorbell and running. It's it's it's more or less a bias incident at this point, we stopped established what the crime is if there if there is a crime, but because the symbol is being depicted there just the act of of. Concealing identity not wanting to be caught while they perform this, really. It's a nuisance behavior that is up concerns. Yeah. Bring ding ding Dong ditch or doorbell ditch whatever it's not a crime. I don't think it's a crime. I don't know if it is a lot of a center, it's annoying. Yeah. Every five minutes or something. I mean again, but, but the only reason we're talking about is because they were the Klan hood is the only reason I'm sure there are people that ring doorbells and run away all the time. But if you're not wearing a client hood, it's not a story. I wonder if we would be talking about it. If you had several people dressed up as characters from the movie purge ringing a doorbell and running away because I suppose need go. What Bhaskar they wear that would be disturbing too. I mean, I think we. We talked about the guy who who spent hours licking a doorbell. He didn't have a hood on. We saw his face. It was weird. It was disgusting. Police were looking to talk to him. But we talked about that. I think the whole idea as to whether or not this is a hate crime. And should we even have hate crimes? I mean that discussion better fits like the jussie smollet story out of Chicago than it does the Klan hood in the doorbell and anthem, but they both they both work in that world. And again, you know, the the whole idea that hate crimes in some way, shape or form are either discourage or which I don't think they do. But again, I think they're used improperly in many cases to go back and retroactively prove something. When maybe the victim was just a victim. I'm sure it's there there's sometimes that is the case. But I think there have been other instances that we've had where it's been abundantly clear why individual was targeted an thought just because they're a victim. It's because they were gay or they're black or they're Jewish. But you. And whoever attack them did whatever should be prosecuted the full extent of law. The hate part is the part I have a problem with because I could make an argument that any especially physical crime or assault or murder or rape, or whatever has an element of hate to it. So why is one more hateful than the other? Why is one that will that is a hate crime? Because that person was gay when you walk down the street and punch them. But when you punch the guy that's not gay that wasn't a hate crime. I'm not buying it should the Arizona schools, the entire public school system ban ban kids who haven't been vaccinated. There's an argument behind that. We'll tell you where the argument comes from right after Bob McClay checks in with our top stories..
"ku" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Them if true he has almost single-handedly had this chilling effect on the LGBTQ community on the black community. That was Robin Roberts is a setback for race relations. A setback for homophobia. That's not what she was. She means that this is going to ratchet up on the phobia people aren't going to believe the gay people come forth and say they got beat up by the Trump supporters and black people come forward at Trump people beat them up and not going to be believed. There is a professor where is the store? There's a professor at some northeastern here, it is you ready for this this this is the kind of lunacy folks that we are up against in an interview with salon dot com, associate professor at the university of New Brunswick, I guess this is I don't know New Brunswick, Maine or Georgia. I'm not sure which. This is another reason how many new Brunswick's there's plenty of them. What did this guy? What is it? I don't know if it's Canada or not. That's the point doesn't say anywhere. It doesn't matter and liberals are everywhere. Citizen matter where it is. This guy's name. Matthew, Sears claimed that make America. Great. Again, hats will one day be looked upon similarly as a Ku Klux Klan hood. One day. I think that's happening now with these deranged liberals, isn't that what everybody saw when the sixteen year old Nick Sandman showed up speaking all of one hundred fifteen pounds being attacked by the war drum pounding Nathan Phillips. They saw the make America great again hat, these people triggered I saw Klan hood, except the people wore the clan hordes were Democrats that Ku Klux Klan was Democrats the Ku Klux Klan was the military of the democrat party back in the segregation days. The Ku Klux Klan even succeeded in electing a man to the United States Senate, that'd be Robert sheets bird. He was a grand clinical in the Ku Klux Klan. So here you have the Democrats actually had a clan member in the Senate, the Ku Klux Klan was the militarized wing of the democrat party. And all of a sudden make America great again is the equivalent of the Ku Klux Klan, according to some deranged, professor at the university of New Brunswick somewhere after being asked. If he believes the make America, great again hat will one day be seen is the equivalent of someone in this moment discovering their relatives Nazi paraphernalia. They professor said are the outcome will be similar. I think it's similar. I think a better analogy would be like finding a Ku Klux Klan, hood or robe. In a few generations now finding a maga- hat in your grandparents closet would be like seeing your grandfather's or grandmother's face and one of those lunch counter photos harassing the black guy. This guy is teaching young kids. He's sick. He's deranged poisoned with hate any teaching young people. To believe this garbage. You know, what is objective is his objective is to eliminate western civilization. I am part of a public debate. And fight. Over keeping her getting rid of traditional ideas of western civilization and arguments and beliefs such as the west is best. And he's on the side of getting rid of western civilization. Western civilization is the library of freedom and prosperity. Unlike the world has ever known and these totalitarian lame-brains come along. With their utopian ideals and want to destroy it. Wipe it out Maxine Waters is next. This from January twenty ninth on a website called the Grio. They posted video Maxine Waters talking about reports that small let was attacked by two people in Chicago. And this what Maxine anti Maxine had to say Jesse I him..
"ku" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"I like. You find a few more guys like this one? He almost moonwalked. His wife's Optum, darling, darling. It would be inappropriate I want to see somebody trying imitate Michael Jackson. In the moonwalk. This would not have been a good senior. His wife saved him Northam continues to maintain that. He will not resign his position since the release of a picture from his medical school yearbook more than thirty years ago, which showed a person in black face and another dressed as a member of the Ku Klux Klan, the Hillsborough county sheriff's office says crime dropped more than eleven percent in two thousand eighteen sheriff crat Chad chronic says, there were fourteen hundred fewer crimes and there were the year before meantime, chronicler says deputies will continue their pedestrian safety campaign this morning. He says Tampa is known to be among the most unsafe cities for pedestrians and cyclists rankings and ranked number one for so many great reasons, but this is one ranking we don't like, and it's the fact that we rank is one of the top ten most dangerous metro areas for embassy. And bicyclist deputies will be at north twenty second street and Fletcher avenue this morning to talk with pedestrians about staying safe four months after hurricane Michael Panama City, still has the highest gas prices in the state now a two dollars thirty four cents a gallon AAA as Mark Jenkins says at least those gas prices now are finally coming down. You know, the good thing though, is that looking at bay county where Panama City is the average price is two dollars and thirty four cents. That's a very well below what they were looking at back in October. When the price was around two eighty.
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"Program ramp. Now them of Virginia says the he ain't no way. Quit. No way. Go resign. Embattled Virginia governor said he is not resigning because Virginia need Dr. This was during a Sutter Sunday interview on CBS slave the nation. Governor now them has been facing pressure to quit since a photograph is someone in black face and someone Ku Klux Klan hood was found on his medical screw yearbook. Not one mention of the fact that Ralph Naw them as a doctor as a pediatrician. Founded perfectly fine to make a new newborn comfortable before killing it. That's not even a factor in this guy's future. That's not even relevant. No. It's all about some old photo in black face. You know, I I can actually see the Republicans. Well. Let me get to that in some chronology here. Gayle king was the the the BFF of the Oprah was doing the questioning here. Why do you think you still deserve this job? When so many people are calling for you to step down. And governor say well, again, we we've worked very hard. We had a good first year. I'm a leader. I've been very difficult situations. Life and death situations taking care of sick kids. The correct question would be did the kids survive. But she didn't say that. She said, oh because your doctor. Right now Virginia needs someone that can heal. And no better person to do that. Dan, a doctor. Okay. So here's governor nor them with with Gayle king. We actually have three soundbites here. She says, I know there's been a very difficult week for you so bad we have CBS a really emphathize. Do we know? It's so bad. We've been trying to help by throwing that abortion stuff off the page. But. Where would you like to begin in our interview here? That's that's built to basically help you rehab yourself. If you look at Virginia's history, we're now at the four hundred year anniversary just ninety miles from.
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"The Frank Beckmann show. News talk seven sixty WJR. You know, we'll have to get him on tomorrow. Do congratulate him personally McComb county executive Mark Hackell. I mean because McCullum county it's just been announced leads the nation in new manufacturing jobs, the sector saw positive gains for the fourth quarter of two thousand eighteen will they one point three percent increase in productivity. Two point three percent increase in output. One percent increase in hours worked and overall the county's manufacturing workforce. Has more than seventy two thousand people, but they're number one in in new manufacturing jobs. So congrats to Mark Hackel on his economic development out there, and we'll try to reach him tomorrow. And. Congratulate him personally, let's get back to the phones right now. Eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven Charlene out and Troy's with us. Good morning Charlene. Hi, good morning. Frank. While you're previous caller called into my point is was that movie white chicks the way and brothers. Wait a minute. You you saw this movie to? Yes. Yes. And then there was one Eddie Murphy put on Whiteface would he he was imitating an elderly Jewish, man. So, you know, nobody, you know, personally, I think like this thing with the governor ridge with a with the Ku Klux Klan guy and then governor in black face. I mean, I I I was like I would find it very offensive. I'm white, and I find that offensive because the Ku Klux Klan did a lot of terrible things to black people. So to me, I mean, it shows real in sensitivity and just respect on his part to even do something. Like that. Even if it was Halloween or whatever that they that they party they were having. But yes, but you know, what's good for the goose is good for the gander. If we're going to say that it's bad for white people do going black. Face and black people shouldn't be going in Whiteface granted all the black people who take offense at it. Some might argue that, you know, the look there's a difference because we're a minority and and were being further we're being pushed further into that minority status by people who who poke fun at us that way. So there you might get that. Yeah. Yeah. Well, nobody likes being ridiculed mocked, and that's basically what you're doing. When you have somebody with a Klan outfit on and you're standing next to them. With your face dark until look like a black person. I'm with you wearing clan out for this completely different. I mean that that's a new level, and that's unacceptable to anybody. I would think. Yeah. I it was very poor judgment on the governor's part. But on the other hand, you know, you go back and number of years, and you say, you know, hasn't everybody done something they regret in their lives that they'd like to take back, and, you know, should he should he resign now from this job is he the same person? Who was then I mean, there are still many questions and come into its. Complicates difficult thing. You know to know what to do. I can see why the his black constituents would want him to resign. But like you say it was thirty years ago. And maybe he has changed in his better judgment than he did back then. But but I definitely could see why the community would be offended. Yeah. And it might have been just a one time lapse in judgment. You know, so. It's like I said we all make mistakes, and we are only defined by those mistakes, in my opinion, when we continue to repeat them. So anyway, Charlie thanks for the call. Really? Appreciate it. Let's go out to lake Orion and Bob you are on the Frank Beckmann show. Good morning. Hi, I just went by coup gas station. Diesels. Three twenty nine and the gas is a dollar ninety nine dollars an hour our ten, wow, that's like a thirty different than a buck twenty different. Oh, yeah. And then the guy's a hand up as the handout you can still do the handouts. But let them be accountable for their soul seeking they want to rise to a better thing. I never have any handouts. I did regret being drafted. But I did. And I did my service. And there was things that happened that I wasn't quite happy with. And when I I'm in a minority in some of my political opinions within my household, so people have to I don't see. I don't see where the likes of our politicians in Detroit and John being one of the fifty nine years. He watched we go from almost two million people down to eight hundred thousand dollars in the city of Detroit who's taking credit for all the. Adamant management in the years over our government. In our city cry. Everybody's stealing their money. They're in charge of their own destiny. I mean, I can't fix that for. They don't wanna go to school. They don't want to learn to read and write it's not my problem who whoever it is. And that that includes all students, you know, you've you've gotta be inspired. You need help beginning inspired at home. Then you need it. When you get into school. We we know that right. Absolutely. I appreciate that. Thank you for the nice comments, Bob and for listening. Let's go to Finley Ohio. Joe you're on the Frank Beckmann show. Frank, thanks for taking my call. Hey, it's harder to make diesel gasoline. If you think of that under the first thing that comes off is is NAFTA butane and propane and all those and then the lighters came out after that. And then the gasoline. And then as you keep eating it up. You get you the diesels in the waxes, and the heavier Greece's and stuff like that. But it takes a once you get to gasoline off. You're still gotta keep eating it to get to the diesel. What let me ask you this though because I've never owned a diesel vehicle. So what the bigger the good? So the big difference is what in diesel what is the additive that that makes it says that has made it over the years. So preferable say in Europe. It's the engine if they don't have spark plugs, they compress air so hard that then they inject jewel at like twelve thousand pounds, something real real a really high over a thousand psi on top of that shoulder and it actually explodes. The diesel kerosene actually explodes from hitting that compressed air. And that's what it is a glow plugs. Help the situation and warm warm air helps a lot. That's why it takes a long time. Diesels, but there's so much more efficient. I don't have don't have the throttle plate or anything. The only thing that controls. How fast the engine runs so much? Julie put the more fuel you put faster it goes out there. But you know, they're on the way out Joe. No, no. They're not. No not. Well, hold on. Let me let me. Correct. That in not in trucks. They will never be. But in automobiles automobile, I can see the day. You know, a buddy of mine had a Mercedes like ten million miles on it or something crazy. And he had a reason for it. He has he was at a ref and he's traveled all over big ten wrestling basketball games made sense for him. But you've got to have that thing on the road. You really gotta have you gotta be you can't shut it off every time you go to the grocery store. You gotta let that thing around. Otherwise, it's just silly extinct. Appreciate the call. Thanks so much. We.
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"That that that many people want to go back to. Jenex and all of that. And I for the most part have stayed away from that. Because I I really have. Because matter of fact last night, I think it was the first show that I've ever really devoted a substantial amount of time to the issue of abortion. And the reason is that I think most people for better or worse. Have staked out a position in. It's just one of those positions with is not going to be a lot of minds changed. I think this is perhaps insight into what this guy has been. And it just seems to me that if he did this as a teenager. Look at the the young man who went to the to the pro life March in Washington a week ago and was confronted and then was with was set upon because he had the task to wear a mega hat. I wanna see how much vitriol directed against Ralph Northam, the governor of Virginia because I assume well, he either was wearing a full black black face outfit, by the way with a bow tie and plaid pants to try to diminish the the appearance of black people or he was dressed in a Ku Klux Klan outfit. Either way. Inexcusable most. Well, look, I'm glad I hope you'll continue as a listener. Oh, I've been doing it for years. But this just me so much I had to call and make the point. And we'll thank you very much. Thank you so much for all you do you. Very welcome. Appreciate your call. Good night. Six one seven two five four ten thirty. Triple eight nine two thousand hundred thirty we'll to go for a BC box office will will actually try to stay on schedule with those tonight. But again, I invite you to call if you've seen this picture, and I know many of you have it you'll see it in the newspaper tomorrow. If you've seen this picture. I want your reaction to it. I know that at this moment apparently the governor's office saying he's not resigning. Do the decent thing. Governor Northam and vacate the office just appalling, let me go to the BC box office. Let's open it up..