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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WWL

WWL

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WWL

"The assembled mourners laugh with one story about how she works so well with anyone who was on the air with her she would work with Bruce Katz they were wonderful together one day on the air last week Bruce apparently referred to her as a referred to himself as a TV husband somebody looks me in the newsrooms John did you just hear what Bruce said so during a commercial I walked out there is that Bruce I was her TV husband back off the thousands in attendance at that memorial a woman who said she knew Parker as a mom because their kids attended the same school together okay that same age see inviting my kids or how they had sleepovers things game the great enough bass I mean she's just in she was one of the parents I was looking forward to seeing this school year it well the fox a banker died a week ago in a small plane crash near that all is like for an airport while she was doing a story on local pilot Franklin Augusta's who also died in the crash meanwhile memorial services continue for former Louisiana governor Kathleen Blanco a public visitation is under way at Saint John the evangelist cathedral in Lafayette W. WLTW it's it's open until eight o'clock tonight it resumes at eight o'clock tomorrow morning a funeral mass follows at ten thirty dozens paid their respects to the late governor yesterday in baton Rouge former governor Bobby Jindal and current governor John bel Edwards were among the many political figures there along with Blanca's family and Ellis you study finds Mississippi River diversions can actually do more harm than good for wetlands restoration W. W. all David Blake reports the study looked at three different diversions and found land loss instead of creating or maintaining the lan coastal sciences professor Jane Turner says that runs contrary to the prevailing opinion on how to restore the coast what's going to happen next Turner says he's not sure what the exit plan will be if any of these diversions don't work out president trump lashes out that China and the fed chairman BBS news update president trump is again blasting the federal reserve for being very weak and doing nothing as China promises to impose a new round of terrorists on US products CBS's we Jiang says chair Jerome Powell has said the fed would cut interest rates more if needed no power to take action the palace said look there's only so much I can do and I can't do it just in response to you know these other things that you're doing to toy with the economy and get into trade wars with one of the most powerful economies in the world China's teraplex on seventy five billion dollars of American products are in retaliation for Mr trump's planned increase economists bill Adam says it puts our economy at risk the broader affected it is not so much on how much this increases consumer prices in the United States but how much this affects the risk that their eventual job losses and and business stresses in a in a future recession CBS news update on Pam Coulter well this weekend could put you on the road to stardom as W. W. alters Miller reports American idol is holding open auditions in baton Rouge if you think you could be the next Kelly Clarkson or Carrie Underwood American idol supervising producer Patrick Lynn encourages you to head to baton Rouge this Sunday he says come prepared to sing parts of three songs and he's got some advice don't spend a lot of time meandering at the beginning of the song that gets to a certain point but you want to show off it's kind of like get right into it you know give us a verse and a chorus you know something something good he says the auditions are free so you have nothing to lose but you could gained worldwide fame the addition start at nine AM Sunday and run through five PM what farmers insurance says it's seen a thing or two but even that company you might be surprised by how all rental car got damaged in Yellowstone National Park don't don't don't don't don't video shows one of dozens of bison stampeding through the park and then it remains the vehicle cracking the windshield why should weigh up to two thousand pounds in run up to thirty miles an hour a family member called the incident on video after the herd brought traffic to a standstill no one was injured in the car not clear how the bison feels I can't believe we did take the insurance Pam Coulter CBS news and a rough day on Wall Street the Dow down six hundred twenty three points the nasdaq off two hundred thirty nine and oil futures fell a dollar fifty seven of fifty three seventy eight a barrel yeah W. W. well sports is sports update is brought to you by B. A. S. F. we create chemistry training camp is in the books for the saints color analyst to some callous or says safety von bell quietly had a great camp he is taking the next step and the right now he's probably even elevating to another level the same take on the New York Jets tomorrow night in the preseason kick off from MetLife stadium set for six thirty right here on W. W. well Christian Garrick W. to me well sports today on sports talk with Bobby a barren Christian correct one of the biggest surprises from saints training camp and where does the team need to show the most improvement in preseason game number three huddle up for Chile today here on the home of the saints and Ellis you W..

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Kathleen Blanco, Louisiana governor during Katrina, dies at 76

Ron St. Pierre

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Kathleen Blanco, Louisiana governor during Katrina, dies at 76

"Former Luisi Louisiana governor Kathleen Blanco is dead at age seventy six she passed away after battling cancer it started dinner hi block away Democrat was the state's first female governor and led Louisiana through its recovery after hurricanes Katrina and Rita Republican governor John bel Edwards said that the state owes her a debt of gratitude to Edward says always put the state

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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Pressure former Louisiana governor Kathleen Blanco was died of cancer at the age of seventy six she became the state's first female elected governor only to see her political career derailed by the devastation of hurricane Katrina WB two news time seven forty five so you need a new roof on your house who do you call why don't you try a quote the most trusted roofing company in the southeast that is alpha omega construction group they take the G. A. F. presidents club award very seriously less than three percent of all roofing companies even qualify for this award and it means that their people their company understand how to install your roof perfectly whether it's shingle metal tile a flat roof cedar residential or commercial and alpha omega is a family owned business started right here in Charlotte nineteen ninety two this is a company that you can trust with your biggest investment the roof that shelters your family inside your home call alpha omega today at eight four four seven oh four roof or online at Alfa dash omega I. N. C. dot com eight four four seven oh for our old alpha omega seven forty six WBTW weather channel forecast partly cloudy with a an afternoon thunderstorm possible today and I'm ninety three partly cloudy seventy two overnight the cutting tomorrow scattered showers possible on Tuesday as well with a high of eighty eight and the late day showers in ninety two on Wednesday right now seventy one Concord seventy one Gastonia seventy three enough John John Stokes newstalk eleven ten ninety nine three WBTV styleite lounge for an evening the question yeah I've got no secrets and no regrets well the letter addressed but the point is I got nothing to hide.

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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Have seen the face crisis differently around the world same prices and we need international cooperation on our office the glacier and west central I just wanted stretched six square miles president trump says he's bullish about the US economy telling reporters Sunday he doesn't see a recession on the horizon on US China trade issues he said a pause in a planned ten percent tariff increase on many goods from China was scheduled just for the holiday season world markets Asian shares rose today Japan's Nikkei up seven tenths of a percent Hong Kong's hang sang up one point nine percent this is NPR news in Washington former Louisiana governor Kathleen Blanco has died after a battle with cancer she was seventy six black I was governor during the assault of hurricane Katrina New York Mets first baseman Peter Alonso has made a big splash in his rookie season and seven National League record yesterday Greg Ackland reports from Kansas city Alonso put the finishing touch on an eleven five victory in Kansas city with his fortieth home run of the year that breaks the National League record for most homers by a rookie in one season the old record was set two years ago by Cody Bollinger of the Los Angeles Dodgers Alonso says he's been surprised by his record setting accomplishment to break this record and have a good season and just keep playing the way that I've been playing and just try to help this team win I mean in this season's been unbelievable.

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Former Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco has died at 76

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Former Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco has died at 76

"Former Louisiana governor Kathleen Blanco died on Sunday the family statement says that she passed peacefully surrounded by your loved ones at a hospital in Lafayette despite praise for her educational reform some criticized her for what they considered an insufficient response to hurricane Katrina in two thousand five CBS news correspondent David Bagnall reports she never lost a race that she ran and one of the things she is best known for is during the last debate before the election she and her opponent were asked what's one of the hardest things you've had to face in life and she immediately came out and said the the loss of my child Ben historians critic supporters and observers will tell you that really clinched the election for her that authentic human moment Kathleen Blanco was seventy

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Kathleen Blanco, first female governor of Louisiana, dead at 76

Mark Levin

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Kathleen Blanco, first female governor of Louisiana, dead at 76

"Former Louisiana governor Kathleen Blanco who became the state's first female elected governor has died long ago is most widely known for leading Louisiana during and after hurricane Katrina current governor John bel Edwards said in a statement quote I hope history will remember governor Blanco as a tireless advocate for Louisiana who fought fiercely for our state to rebuild in quote after struggling for years with cancer Blanco died Sunday in hospice care in Lafayette she was seventy six

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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WWL

"Couples remain the driving force. In other words, two incomes are better than one it's rabbit season for the SPCA as we hear from wwl's Chris Miller despite warnings year in. And year out the Louisiana SPCA says people still give away rabbits during Easter. And it comes back to haunt them. Sixty rabbits, come into the shelter and majority of those were within a couple of months after Easter the SPCA. Shelly patents is people. Don't stop think about what it really takes to take care of a rabbit animals that have different needs than dogs and cats than the SPCA is left doing the hard work of finding new owners who can take on the needs of rabbit ownership. So the bunnies won't have to be put down former Louisiana governor, Kathleen Blanco is now under hospice care state legislature announced yesterday that our health is deteriorating after she was diagnosed with ocular melanoma that was back in twenty eleven she publicly announced last December that the incurable cancer had spread throughout her body. WWL TV's, Leslie spoon. The FBI in Colorado is on the hunt for an eighteen year old woman who flew from Florida to Denver bought a gun and disappeared agents were ticked off. After they learned that she was infatuated with the nineteen ninety nine massacre at Columbine high school, and they say this all started in Florida.

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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"All right. You don't when Kanye went up on stage after Hurricane Katrina. And did the George Bush doesn't care about black people think he was a big hero for that big hero for that? Because the Democrats were painting, George W Bush as a racist because of the hurricane you may remember. Now democrat c Ray Nagin was the mayor of New Orleans at the time. And he's now we're not gonna use that Amtrak train to evacuate people. We're not gonna use school buses to evacuate people. In fact, we're going to leave those below water level, and let them be destroyed. We're gonna stay in party. We're going to stay party and its party now is a democrat. And then the mayor catha excuse me, the Guvener Kathleen Blanco who ended up on the ground crying in the fecal position. She wouldn't let the federal government in and she screwed up everything completely botched everything meanwhile, helicopters coastguard, and so on rescuing people all over the place national guard federal government action and. And then they wanted to blame George Bush for the hurricane. They wanna blame. George Bush for the Democrats evacuating they wanted to blame George Bush for everything that I wanted to call George Bush racist. So so cognac came out, and he helped with that caused George Bush doesn't care about black people. George Bush doesn't care about black people. That was the that was two point. Oh, now, we're on eight point nine or something like that. And that's fine. But then you may remember last year the hurricane that went through Puerto Rico and the Democrats decided that they would try to make Donald Trump out to be a racist. Because a hurricane hit Puerto Rico networks so well with Katrina in New Orleans that they just trotted out that old play and ran it against Donald Trump. Oh, you're a race. You don't care about Brown people. And then you may remember what was the number sixty four people were killed in the hurricane until in Puerto Rico until George Washington University. Sunk their teeth and intuitive bunch of white liberals inside the beltway. They've figured out. How many people really died in Puerto Rico during hurricane and it was times. What was it times forty six? I think right. It was whatever the real number was times forty six and they multiplied, and they had almost three thousand I think it was two thousand nine hundred and seventy five deaths that's from memory so to hold me to it. But I think that's what George Washington University came up with nearly three thousand dead when in reality. But Puerto Rico said they had sixty four that were killed. And and and and it was just it was just great. It was the playbook. Well, he doesn't care because how dare he throw paper towels to people who are yelling throw me, those paper towels and the news media's very upset about that. They they wet their panties over that. That was just the men and and very upset. And now we've had hurricane Michael go through. And I don't know what they are still formulating. The media are the response to all of this my pants. But I think they're going to have to find a way as I understand it way. Now, the I think official count of number of people killed and hurricane Michael is eleven is eleven and I assume that the Democrats will go to George Washington University asked them to multiply by Forty-six and come up with a new number for that. Except here. I guess we know how to count it's, you know. And I think the Democrats the soft bigotry of low expectation, they think well Brown people in Puerto Rico. They don't know how to count we'll count for them. We'll count it's the honestly they just they hold everyone in such low regard. There's such racists. I also have a Matthew Shepard story that I hope to get to today..

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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on KTRH

"Lou you're on the Michael berry show thanks for Halloween oh you bet Michael one of. My stories is about governor Kathleen Blanco who you. Might say well what's the big deal just another incompetent democrat governor but I think she made one of the. Dumbest decisions in the whole of Katrina Van aluminum story WalMart had sent, a, fleet of trucks loaded? With food water, eight people. In the Superdome and the trucks were stopped at a state police barricading law loss Fringe of. New Orleans exactly yeah and the police calls in the governor's. Office said no. We can't let those trucks in there, we're trying to get, those people out of the Superdome they'll never leave if we feed them and give them water So I was kind of a cold hearted Decision in itself or a guy who took the brunt. Of all stuff ring blame was George Bush Wouldn't make like dumb the station so of people like mayor Nagin and governor Blanco but the. Flipside of that story is volunteered at the Asheville saw how well run it was manage propane order people were fed and housed. And well taken care off And. There was a nonstop nail smut oh yobbo burning so people coming in saying this is pep boys or whoever we. Need in April right now we'll put you, to work I was very very impressed with how. We manage that operation on our on so the. Contrast was just nothing but incompetence from Nagin and Blanco versus how good a job we did in Houston when. We have the evacuees in our astrodome that's my story You know I was on city council. In Houston I was marriage pro tem when. Katrina happened I remember that and I was not in local government when when, Harvey hit but I can tell you that from our perspective, in Houston how we handle the evacuees now in fairness to, New Orleans it is a lot easier when you are not in when you are, not flooded and your complete power grid is is operational to absorb a massive number of people that that's a whole lot easier thing to do than to try to run the city as. They were but I was extremely, proud of I was extremely let me say this I was proud of. Our government and how we performed During Katrina I was, proud but I. Was extraordinarily proud at. How this community reacted and it was something to behold George r Brown was opened up Because there were so many evacuees who came George Brown was opened, up and the city was operating George Brown and, the county was operating the dome and, there's a lot of ego involved and there's a lot of credit. That's going to be handed around so you get county judge versus the different county judge in. The county judge versus the mayor and and so there is a certain amount of You know preening for the. Cameras but what goes unnoticed is how many people How many churches especially Second Baptist was was the one. That really stuck out and. That's my home, church so I'm bragging but second baptises one that show. That really stuck out Lakewood sent, a lot of, folks The number of volunteers who came through. Church organizations to tend to. These people's needs, with water and food the number of people who literally. Opened their homes to the evacuees And I'm going to. Be completely honest not every incident turned out well not not every situation had a positive ending the there were situations where people. Took in some evacuees, were not good people and, at a, minimum they stole from them and in to a worse extent that there were deeper problems as you might. Expect but I really saw am I continue to see you know I was talking to a guy I don't talk to as, much in the morning I'm Kevin whited and, he used, to run a thing. Called blog Houston, they used to? Cover politics when I was in politics and I was talking about a healthy cynicism and how a healthy cynicism, is a good thing but that I have come to learn since my, children, came into my life that a healthy cynicism skepticism might be, a better questioning everything assuming nothing not, being led by pollyanna belief. But, trust but. Verify Canada deal and I said. You know what what my what having kids has taught me is that if. You are naturally predisposed to skepticism or downright cynicism skepticism being asking the question and not just taking everything at face value cynicism. Believing the worst and, to the best until better, is proven That you will, make yourself into a miserable person and. And one of the things I've learned, there were problems I will tell. You the some of the Katrina evacuees were some. Awful human beings when they came to us they just were and nobody. Wants to say that because they were predominantly black and that's somehow racial statement the truth is the truth regardless of the skin color and I know, that I come every issue completely objective and impartial and so I don't have to worry if I see a black person beating up another, person then I say that black person is, a say, that that guy is. A bad guy, whether it's because? He's black or despite him being black or without regard to him being black his behavior is bad and I, believe is behaviors bad if he's beaten up a white guy I find, it, to be equally bad if he's beaten up a black guy But I have come, to learn there were people who were disillusioned by their experience dealing with Harvey Noticing that. There was a series of stories where I think. These people were given, two or three thousand dollars I want to say it was three. But twos also in my mind, the vacuums were given two, and three thousand dollars in the. Story hit that night on the news local news here in Houston That The Louis Vitton the was it to protest at the. Protestant There was a line. Of evacuees outside the product store buying purses Sakano thing that becomes an urban myth of though I was assured that it. Was, actually true. That the strip clubs that it was. Oh my goodness you thought it rained in New, Orleans they were making it rain at the strip clubs and then you you then ask yourself the question because the evacuees were predominantly people. From places like the ninth ward where they were poor what happens when poor person who's lost everything and, is being housed in a facility in a public place Five six hours west in Houston what happens when you give them three grand what do they do Do they begin making arrangements to. Get a job and start a new life make sure they have the clothing and supplies and things they need safety insecurity insured for housing for at least the next thirty days till they get their first paycheck or do they. Go blow it. In the strip club, you'd like to hope for the former and maybe ninety percent it was true it was the former but you also have to recognize in many cases it was, the ladder and and that begs the question how many people are poor because they make poor, choices how many people are making the kinds of choices that even if you gave them more money, they, wouldn't be able to to. Make the right decisions to put themselves in? A better situation.

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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Kathleen Blanco is a licensed psychotherapist she's been very gracious. To give us a her time and insight today A lot of folks. Are asking a lot of questions as it relates to the findings in the grand jury that are, horrific and we trying to get our arms in some. Ways around how. That happens and more and Kathleen. Let me start off with the addictive nature of this in your estimate Well sexual addiction lights up. The brain in the same way as heroin addiction does same places in the brain or lit up and what happens is. The brain gets flooded with dopamine and the brain likes that so it wants more dopamine but unfortunately the more dopamine, against and the brain gets confused and start shutting, down dopamine so now we have the brain. Needs more and more to get, the same buzz and sex addiction is not. About sex it's about getting the buzz and this is sometimes it's been a, and then what happens once you get this buzz then it starts altering the way the brain works and it shuts down areas of the brain. It increases the sympathetic nervous system and that is the fight or flight response and the fight or, flight response shuts down the front part of the brain which is the The prefrontal cortex and it's in the prefrontal cortex that we have all, the human qualities That's where we have impulse control that's where we have compassion and empathy and good decision making executive order functioning and the ability to know that our con- our behavior has consequences, and the ability to know that our behavior affects other people, and all of those y the wiring to the, prefrontal cortex is loosened or even disengage and the wiring to the primitive. Brain is strengthened, and it's in the primitive, brain that we have this me me me it's all about I want what I want and I want it now it's. Very ego Centric and it's, also connected to the fight or flight response and survival mechanism so that's why the this the urges, to do this or. So. Overpowering because it, feels like if I don't get this buzz I'm going to die okay so go ahead Okay so I, guess there's a little. Bit. Unpack there so In essence this is. Not. Related to the priests themselves this is about sexual. Behavior In the broadest form and you're saying that, there's a chemical component that have effectively leads alternately to not just a physical need but. A.

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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WWL

WWL

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WWL

"And the Beatles as I said where the top mood, boosting band Among the artists with eagles number two and I've got a few more of the top. Ones coming up this hour for our Barbara music I'm over. Half of Americans fifty two percent say the eating healthy food and more and more cleanly eating Hello. Eating healthy and, more cleanly make them feel happier But another forty five percent say that regular exercise is a. Factor that leads to their. Happiness so what what is it that would change a bad mood into a good, mood here's the text that. I can relate to Playing with my grandson I have a granddaughter? But the text is playing with my grandson When I look I was in, a good mood every day that I woke up in Portland. A couple of weeks, ago love visiting my son and his wife But this grandbaby. Is just having a grandbaby like that in your life at this point in my life is just an I know you may know exactly what that feels, like it's just so, unbelievably special and when when she smiles. And I know many of you can, relate to this when she smiles at you just can't help but think my God, everything is is, right with the world here's another text that I cannot. Read but I understand it in, tax what turns a bad mood. Into a good nude a good move a good, mood making the, launching. A launching a, boat I can see that Jimmy Buffett a true parrot head my mood my best mood BUSTER is reading, the comic strip Calvin and hops wow I've never. Been a comic strip guy I've never gotten into, the into the, comics Here's a. Texas says and this this reflects a. Few text sex is a good mood changer Yuri you're on WWL good afternoon Hey give me one. Second let me pull up Right People who don't want to drive and talk Go, ahead Jerry pulling over right now right now All right so that lawyer of that called in earlier stated that there was a there was. No stranger ground law on. The state of. Louisiana I thought there was right, you are correct, so in, the state of Louisiana when Florida theft the stand your ground law in two thousand and two thousand and five Louisiana inactive on its own stand. Your ground law in two thousand six very castle the statues out any Louisiana to use deadly force or otherwise protect one or herself and his her property. Or castle the protectors, also once home or car now after that route two thousand, later in two thousand and six governor Kathleen Blanco What signed into all signed into law any person. Who is in a place where he or she has the right to beat including a public place does not have an obligation to retreat if faced with. The real or perceived, threat and may stand his or her brownie horse with force Yeah and I, thought that was a big controversy this, is why I thought there was a stand your ground law on the books here is, because there was a, big controversy about whether or not you could actually shoot somebody who is trying to steal your car if you were not in the car No it's. A big role plays in that if if let's, say let's say you are in front of the car somebody gets in your car and they're trying to run you over then you have every reason to you know. You meet deadly force because the car Yeah Somebody gets in your car like this lady up some. Harris I think it was last. Year she was going to her and her son with the fellow card to, somebody and the guy took the car and took, off and she started shooting at the car is now she. Was she was arrested for it because she was not in danger in anything at? All I appreciate. That information and, I know this is gonna come up on on future shows because, it's a popular topic and the no the the. Point is a lot of people do not, understand the stand your ground laws and some people are in prison because they didn't understand it all right so what changes your bad mood into a good mood here's..

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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WWL

"The celebrations of course we have a holiday concert pentagon and catholic church this is at four o'clock on saturday it with on vathi reduc ourselves the french quarter festivals inc says st louis cathedral is having their annual holiday concert sunday of six thirty p m followed immediately by caroline jackson square we've learned the former governor kathleen blanco will be delivering the commencement address said you well while fiat today wwe wells kelly ray reports the governor is known as a friend do education should always gonna great champion education that school president josep wall with his thoughts on blanco's effort to improve education he says during her term is governor she was able to direct large investments for higher an elementary educational like standing louisiana's prek or programmed all at risk children in our state which led the nation at the time he says he's looking forward to hearing her speech the seventy four yearold former governor resuly revealed the she is fighting liver cancer coming up wwl sports kemira and the saints are ready for the jets a lot enzi unadi plants you know their front glaze aggressive and denver gets there first road wind thursday night in in the i'm steve geller we'll get more from steve coming up in just minutes right here on wwl first news cold front is not here yet but it's coming most go now to the pinpoint forecast center dave nussbaum cloudy a call today with a twenty percent chance for a few showers a high only around fifty two so keep that jacket with.

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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"What you're saying well if he gets forty percent of the vote and then they're sales for light over slick let the other to split the sixty how many died kc goes on electable elizabeth warns unelectable or joe biden unelectable or or are sanders is whatever one you put up doubt your your your you're forgetting about hillary put up i watch third denied she was on what sixty i've she was a one of the shows the night i watched her one of the interview shows and abbas on cbs morning news jayme polio watched heard this morning she's on electable but she'll get thirty percent of the vote case it get thorough the media so on fairer and then you look at all the trump shows i mean you all it like a jesse jackson koa lear samuel older hull know what what what is it why out they you know working down to houston to help out oh there's no money that hinder now they're all getting their name changed well of course in now sharpton saw daughters beaten up new york cabbies but what this does no money for the civil rights crowd there was money in new orleans because of the incompetence of raid nagin and governor kathleen blanco they quickly pin this as a racial event on bush forty three and they got it done and so far the governor's abbott and and governor of florida scott is done a tremendous job and trump has done a tremendous job think the media would give trump and republican governors credit absolutely not zero zilt nada and you haven't seen reverend alan jesse because there's no money to be made in this deal so let's continue with more if you're in the way if you're in foreign liked to.

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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"To do in a real crisis governor george pataki it was the gray governor new york the empire state from 1995 through twenty six is also an adviser do a group of puerto rico's general but gatien bondholders and more but animal and several times good man governor george pataki welcome again to the bill cunningham show a nice thing on with your bill governor before we talk about puerto rico i i would be remiss is my duties as a radio talk show host of bread no not to get your opinions and pick your brain little bit because you were there in the middle of your term one nine eleven struck new york which was the greatest catastrophe ever to hit our country outside the civil war and you also have uh watch katrina and now you're watching what's going on with harvey so what advisory council would you give the governor abbot about how to continue to handle these crises when we have katrina as a model that failed because mayor ray negga news now in prison for stealing money pursuant to katrina and the governor there kathleen blanco louisiana was largely dysfunctional state contingencies allott dysfunctional and therefore the quickly transferred to george borst the president failures months and months and months so uh.

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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"You also have uh watch katrina and now you're watching was going on with harvey so what advice or council would you give the governor abbot about how to continue to handle these crises when we have katrina as a model that failed because mayor ray nagin news now in prison for stealing money pursuance who katrina and the governor there kathleen blanco louisiana was largely dysfunctional state continues to be a lot dysfunctional and therefore the quickly transferred to george borst the president failures of new orleans and louisiana the same things not happening in texas goes taxes is a phone channel place in which even a harris county doesn't function do ban but the rest of texas functions well when nine eleven happen we had rudi and we had put tacky we had functional people in charge of the clean up the mess which went on for months and months and months so uh yeah i am i like to think that what we have now is that taxes is the new york model and not the katrina model what do you see well bill that's what it seems like so far i'm impressed with governor abbot uh uh roofs bob uh it called out the national guard and when the magnitude became clear he called out the entire national guard uh to help out with this um uh just one other point that i think is important they tried to get him to criticize the mayor refused them for not evacuating the city when they had a huge advance notice and governor i comment was this is not the time for that this is the time for a response them i'm not going to criticise anybody i'm too we no that we've done everything we can to protect the people of houston in the surrounding area and that is the right response because what happened at katrina is you at everybody pointing fingers the mayor pointing up the feds you had the fed and warning at the state you have the date pointing out the.

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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Great job federal government great chop donald trump great job people of texas great job greg abbott governor of texas or because the people of texas conservative and selfreliant and they don't want to give them credit your wasn't the mess but it would have been an any other state and don't forget the people that were rescuing all those people t tv and i call them that you know that texas army they were why or what can conservative bluecollar guys at first responders spending reached out to you if you what black they reach out to viewers fabric they didn't tear they rescued you regardless of your color your race your religion trust me what i tell you they stayed and there will boats to a moslem mosque if people are screaming for help and they too the entire media inactive republicans who voted for trump at war in the south were rednecks are a bunch of nazis and white supremacy to take it was all too few stupid people blameless toothless i call them march like idiots with you know with white and and nobody can make a case that anything to do with sixty three million people voted for donald trump and i think hurricane it harvey proved what's it saw that we have great people or purse so for live personal responsibility we got the job in texas kuwait job as bad as it is tragic because it is to respond has been excellent has been professional has been organized and you know what liberals love the federal government is what i could praised the federal government should not feel about trump prepositioned supplies and fiba employees two days before rv too much worse they hit the ground wedding shop donald trump well the twelve years ago heard hurricane katrina struck new orleans a democratic gone claes residents would not leave they were not selfreliant they screen hollerin' shout at once the new orleans superdome trash the plays rates robberies looting was rampant and as soon as that occurred the democrat khmer reagan nagin and the democratic governor kathleen blanco which describes mental outlook blanco quickly blamed george w bush it was all bush is in the media jumped on with both feet.

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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"Uh did not reach out quickly enough kathleen blanco and fema didn't arrive on the scene until you know four or five days after the flood came and it was too late to help down in texas we had instead the the president of the united states donald trump signed an emergency federal declaration fema was on the ground operating with a full team 48 hours before herbie ever made lampl that has made all the difference so we should in some way be celebrating that bureaucracy actually learned something from the failures ra and james you'd say one of the of the things it's going to be telling is not just the response to the emergency in evacuating people but rebuilding and i think our guests is that the same thing that people are deriding about houston the lack of zoning the um low regulation mo taxes that's gonna make it a lot easier for them to recover much more quickly right rather than getting bogged down as as has happened in other uh in other areas well we've seen this brazilian senna i think it also was just watching what people have been able to do on their own without the government direction without government management ottawa give our congress pause before the uh uh simply start does spending money the uh the uh we're seeing private uncoordinated decentralised activity very effective getting assistance to the people who need it when they need it in the places they needed and and i think uh that's a that's a lesson i i'm not counting on it because i think now the uh the impulses to spend spend spend but i i think uh you would hope by some members of congress might say you know maybe a maybe some good things will happen if the federal government just kind of stays out of the way maybe will learn from texas were talking about uh the flood in houston in you're listening to potomac watch from the wall street journal.

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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WTMA

"Criminal and taking bribes from people that wanted to get that katrina money uh should be ashamed of himself and kathleen blanco should the democrat governor of louisiana at the time of katrina and two thousand five should look at what's going on in texas and she should be ashamed of herself and and the democrats should be ashamed of themselves for tarling america and americans and white men and people with bass boats and people with camouflage clothing and people that hunt as being awful terrible deplorables all right so i mean these are just a couple of things that that come to mind when i think about the weaken review that this is the real america this is the america that democrats deny that they lie about that they demonize that they attack and look they're doing it right now now while we're still counting the dead and we are still literally counting the dead down there and the politico is smearing the good people of of texas by accusing them being y'all who's and morons and how dare they believe in god idiot christians and all of us and the french left with charlie hebdo using apparently the entire population of texas of being nazis and and all this and what i see is a coming together of americans which is what i've always seen throughout my entire life and every now and then there's a bad incident like charlottesville there is and that was a bad incident but it was the outline not the norm i think what we're seeing in texas is the norm and and again it's not about what race you are or what faith you are or whether you're a person of faith it's about coming together without even being asked to come together no one called those people with the cat caps and the camouflage clothing and the bass boats nobody nobody had to call them they were watching the television and they showed up because they wanted to help that's that's my america that's the america that i grew up and that's the america.

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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Term one nine eleven struck new york which was the greatest catastrophe ever to hit our country outside the civil war and you also have a watch katrina now you're watching what's going on with harvey so up what advice or council would you give a governor abbot about how to continue to handle these crises when we have katrina as a model that failed because mayor ray nagin who's now in prison for stealing money pursuant to katrina and the governor there kathleen blanco louisiana was largely dysfunctional state continues to be a lot dysfunctional and therefore they quickly transferred to george bush the president failures of new orleans in louisiana the same things not happening in texas goes taxes is a functional place in which even a harris county dozen function do bad but the rest of texas functions well when nine eleven happen we had rudi and we had protac we had functional people in charge of the clean up in the mess which went on for months and months and months so as an i like to think that what we have now is that taxes is the new york model and not the katrina model what do you see well bill that could have cream so far i'm impressed with grit governor abbot ra uh it called out the national guard and one of the magnitude became clear he called out the entire national guard to help out with their and uh just one other point that i think is important they tried to get him to criticized the mayor houston for not evacuating city when they had a huge advance notice governor abbot comment with this not the contract this with a crime for a response them i'm not going to criticise anybody until we know that we've done everything we can to protect the people of houston in the surrounding area and that is the right response because what happened at katrina if you had everybody pointing fingers yet the mayor pointing at the mix you had the fed and warning of the state you have the date pointing at the the the city uh and it was a catastrophe so far it seems to me that uh governor abbot is providing tremendous leadership the city the state and uh president trump and the feds seem to be doing what is asked to them appropriately as well which is which is the.

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"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen blanco" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Kathleen blanco is the governor of louisiana our was the governor of louisiana during katrina and she said that fingerpointing would be inevitable no matter what they officials did she suggested that houston area lacked a plan and there were indeed there was an article on third day or friday that said houston had been warned the sound familiar nor orleans that houston had been warned that they were illprepared for a 500year storm and they and they failed to heed the warning she said it's not apparent to us that watching that they have developed a sensible evacuation formula you have to allow people in the southernmost regions to get out the quickest and then harris county judge emmett at emmett down there who had urged people to stave put noted that harvey's danger wasn't so much the hurricane factor as it was the rain factor and the latter he said made the decision more difficult he said with a rain of that over a county of four and a half million and people you don't know exactly where the rain's gonna fall you don't know which neighborhoods are going to flood so if we had gone out three days before and said we want four million people to leave harris county will that would have been totally nonsensical christopher helmand is at forbes he's a houston resident and any kind of picks up the texas factor on this you know texas has that don't mess with taxes texas has got an attitude texans have lots of other gallagher a texas as they got gonna really proud data to they love their state their proud to be checks and and christopher helm houston resident riding and ford said honestly it's hard for texans to believe that harvey could really be catastrophic gulf storms aren't exactly rare it's just that no one believes in a 500year storm until after its hip fema's as estimating that thirty thousand people will the shelter before it's all said and done so that would fill up the one in dallas in the ones in houston and i would assume that other areas are about to us start opening up their shelters handle like charlotte ended up doing for new.

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