17 Burst results for "Kelly House"

"kelly house" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"kelly house" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Then I went on to college. And then after college, I became a schoolteacher. And I remember one weekend I wanted to go back to the old neighborhood. And so I drove back. I walked around saw few friends. You're all grown older. We talked about the old times. As I passed by Mrs Kelly's house, I heard this bark from inside wove. Now I knew it couldn't be the same dog. But I also knew that Mrs Kelly always had Irish wolfhounds and she always named them Bobo. She'd had two dogs and I had lived there. I had to know. Was she still there? I walked up the steps and I knocked on the door. And I heard that free train coming through the house. And then I heard the tap of a cane. The lock was pushed back and the door opened. And there she was a little smaller, a little more bent over a little more gray. And she looked up through her thick glasses at me, and she said, Well, Daniel. Have you come to get a baseball? Nice smile that her and I said, Indeed I have Mrs Kelly. Indeed. I have And I went inside and we had coffee and cookies and we talked and laughed and I petted the big dog. And then I washed the kitchen windows. And when I left her She gave me a baseball Dan Keady with Bobo and the baseballs. That.

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"kelly house" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

03:18 min | 3 months ago

"kelly house" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

"I'm once they union soldiers came out on the on the loan and all of course. It's alright different now. It's all city streets and things like that now so is that there are section part of your town. That's like from the eight whenever like eighteen hundreds. I mean i know in pittsburgh. We have the what she called a mexican more streets down in the north side and I was wondering if there's any place like that in your town it's not actually set up to where it's owed section or new section. I mean there's a lot. Excuse me a lot of older homes built in eighteen hundreds That one is kelly house Both the peeler house which we actually just bought about four months ago it was built eighteen. Eighteen nine eight hundred ninety eight purchased it It's like it's also employs a love. It has got plenty of room for all of our kids and everything it's like. Oh so you're living in it. You're not too. We bought it. We bought it. We're living in about three three to four months ago and you go sooner lane. Eileen joan she was supposed to be on the show tonight she's she came down and help us move and everything else call now. Have you experienced any paranormal activity in your house. There's been a couple of things happen there. That kinda makes me wonder. Supposedly there was a suicide in house. Kids are not watching now. Realize all the thompson peeler house and peeler. Npr actually owned a lumber yard lumber company right down down the street from His wife committed suicide after she found that he was fair with secretary. Okay back and looked up. You know some things on that. He wound remarried and it was. It was shortly after after the death of the the wife. Digging in. there's been a couple. Okay night up one night. I was in their wife. Get get off work. And i was leaning bid sitting there my phone and philip somebody come and sat on edge the bed and another a friend of ours of that alan She came in and did a walk through wounded talking about certain she feels in place. Solid scare the hell out of me. Sorry you actually moved into a high house. We were talking about buying the house you know and all that and our thing is like we were telling some other paranormal.

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"kelly house" Discussed on Michigan Policast

Michigan Policast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"kelly house" Discussed on Michigan Policast

"The athletes wanna play. There's no question about that but at the same time the university's insistence on getting it going despite all the problems that they're having with covert infections on these teams is because of the revenue. They would lose. The didn't play the games just like politics. I think the revenues kind of poisonous people take a blind eye to some things. Because there's so much money involved. But i agree it. If you're talking about the students they do need some kind of relief here at walt. If they're allowed to unionize now. I don't think they can That was out lot of eyelid. Our football players at northwestern tried it in the they went to court to see if they could do it and they were basically shot down by the ncw cartel college sports. They control all the rules for most of those athletes. And so that's gone nowhere so far It would take united action by the athletes that have to have a work stoppage of some sort of it. It's really. it's a one way relationship. Students can lose their scholarships in a moment's notice. If they tear up a knee they can lose their scholarship even though they may be a straight a student when they call the student athletes from the perspective of the athletic department such a joke their athletes. Yeah and and so you know from my perspective. The day athletes do need Then you need something. And i want them to be able to have a little bit of a of a living while they're in college and i want them to have their academics balanced as well. Also i remember. This'll date me a lot. I remember back when ervin johnson was a sophomore at michigan state university and he was deciding whether or not to turn pro after winning the national championship and part of his decision. Making process was the fact that he was tired of being broke his. His parents were both very solid of working class. People whose father worked over to general motors and they did okay but irvin was tired of having to really scrimp for every nickel he could spend on the outside that post the fact that was going to be drafted by the lakers playing with kareem abdul. Jabaar probably played into it as well. i guess he made the right decision. I guess it worked out for. Yeah okay so the battle over and bridge line five. The environmentally risky pipeline linking energy supplies between the two peninsulas is now being described as a game of chicken. The kelly house over the bridge magazine is reporting that if the pipeline does shutdown neck spring michigan as a matter of months to find a new way to deliver propane..

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"kelly house" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"kelly house" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Toyota Good Morning 6 25. Now on a Monday morning, we take a look at New England business, First airlines and now hotels already laid flat by Corona virus. Could soon be down for the count. That's if estimates from the American Hotel and Lodging Association are on track. The trade group warns that two thirds of hotels in Massachusetts could soon close if no additional federal funding is coming from Washington and those Talks have been stalled, putting tens of thousands of additional workersjobs on the brink A rescue, though in the works for a historic hotel on Martha's Vineyard, the Kelly house around since before the American Revolution is being taken over by Boston private equity firm Blue Flag Capital. What started as a custom house for Wailers in 17 42. When that industry was king, it is now considered one of the five oldest hotels. In the United States. The nation's unemployment rate dips below 8% in September is hundreds of thousands of jobs were added to payrolls. Nearly two thirds of managers in Boston say they have hired part time or temporary workers during the pandemic. According to staffing firm Robert Half Cos They're moving fast these days significantly shortened. Cory Adams, with Robert half says it starts with a virtual interview. Where is getting more more confident about their ability of their work force to be able to be productive remotely? And when that happens this as an opportunity to consider candidates outside their market certainly proves the old adage again. The time is money indeed. Clouds and some showers out the door this Monday morning. It's 56 degrees here in Boston, and maybe even some sunny breaks later on this afternoon. So stay tuned for that. And stay tuned for us coming up on W. B. C news radio this morning mixed messages from the.

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"kelly house" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"kelly house" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Because the Kelly house officials spent a lot of time insisting that people shouldn't go to the beach N. de federal officials are telling us how the heat and humidity suppress the virus you're not gonna last long in those conditions lots of sunlight that's a sunlight gets sad kind of that takes care of things in a matter of somebody should do a study about transmission at the beach right maybe they should I'm going I don't care I'm hopping the fence maybe they should to investigate this before they continue the if any literature can give me a list of all the beaches open along southern California I'm gonna find when I go to this weekend there were some others might not open your son openness in Orange County where there are right and I think up in Ventura county I think that money was supposed to open at once but I'm not going to look up the list I'm not just joking I mean there should be some alignment here if they're doing federal research that says he is killing the virus and we got ninety five degree weekends coming and the beaches are closed and it fact one of the slides that they had during the press conference was that you take activities outside because the virus isn't going to live very long outside as opposed to inside so we need a place to go outside an intelligent person running the government headline this hour and a half the half a trillion dollar stimulus that was approved by the Senate was approved by the house today my suggestion is if you are a small business looking to get that money you better start scrambling because it'll probably go just as quickly as the first round in this bill of course is the payroll protection program their their existing small businesses are gonna be blocking out the big hard to businesses that were that were poaching the money well I heard today Ruth's Chris Hanks and if the banks do that mean the banks responsible with the S. P. A. program to to to facilitate these loans so they're the ones are going to have to be the gatekeeper here the big banks make me nauseous they really make me physically nauseous because they're always always there to screw the little guy always I mean the financial crowd did it to everyone thirteen years ago with that mortgage meltdown and they're doing it again now they want to get bigger fees so they give the big companies that don't need the help that they're giving them the money like I heard what was it was a day which was at shake shack a Ruth's Chris one of them that took the ten million dollar maximum ten eighty eighty million dollars in cash eighty million dollars in cash and they were ripping ten million off the government they could have gone to probably forty small businesses Regis eighty million dollars in cash and and that's just in.

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"kelly house" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"kelly house" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Hi my name is gone I'm eleven years old my having is that it's Friday and I don't have school tomorrow that's good news is good news Hey Kelly good morning what is your happiness and my health is no longer in for closure ten months of finally got away Kelly my goodness it's amazing news yeah last year my husband got laid off for three months and then by the time he found a job he had melanoma cancer back a lot about we are locked about four people last year we just could not catch up with the bills and they put it in for closure and I fought for ten months of my mortgage company to give me a loan modification and they approved me last week so my home is mine Kelly house we we I was just like in math when they tell me you've been approved you your your house is yours you're no longer in foreclosure I cried right before I was going to go to your brother shopping and I could even go in right now that's that's amazing news Kelly was yeah in that respect how's your husband doing he is fine they had to scrape it all out but it was just so you know in life happens it happens and and I kept trying to pay my mortgage payment but they wouldn't expect that after the ninety day men life happens fast you don't see these things coming of the hits you and they hit you fast and then trying to get up above that water can be really hard happen to anybody and yeah many times it's one thing right after the other right yeah what what's funny is that in the very beginning hi like role may when the whole thing started I called you check on my mortgage payment and the one guy that I talk he made me feel so comfortable you relax and are by far and then months later after about five corporate offices they want a different state hundreds of customers thousands of calls one last call I check to see if my mortgage is approved it was the one gentleman that he said he said Kelly out of thousands of different people out of all the corporate companies hundreds of all I remember your last name because it's kind of significant and it is my last call for the day before I go home and it's my pleasure to tell your my goodness that's yeah that right there I look at it like a higher power intervening that's does full circle right there that's that's amazing yeah yeah it was wonderful I said I can't believe you're the one telling and I'm the last call yeah let's go with amazing so my husband my husband healthy he has yeah their job and we have a home that's great that's best yeah that's amazing yeah I don't know are you guys around next Thursday night your you is he mobile enough to want to come to us very farmer would you want to get out and have some time out together.

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"kelly house" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"kelly house" Discussed on KCRW

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"kelly house" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"kelly house" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Without fear or favor in context and perspective to be honest brutally honest about every bit of it we work endless hours to make sure that we deliver to you as fact it's a fact shepherd Smith on fox news channel real news real honest opinion. tough talk concerning guns of the democratic debate on Thursday could have unintended consequences all show that more Americans favor tighter restrictions on background checks and high capacity magazines pushing for more gun control has not done Democrats well in general elections in the past president trump season opening in that Kelly house Republicans at their Baltimore treat this retreat this week that betters proposal of confiscation would leave a law abiding Americans quote totally defenseless if somebody walks into their house that's a message that may resonate with trump space that's fox's Doug McKelway reporting White House confirming on Saturday that Hamzah bin laden the son of Osama bin laden has been killed news first reported back in July bin laden had become increasingly prominent figure in al Qaeda happened at a counter terrorism operation in the Afghanistan Pakistan region no further details reported trade tensions between the US and China starting to see some light the trump administration delaying those tariffs on two hundred fifty billion dollars of Chinese goods but farmers are still being hurt Iowa Republican senator Joni Ernst Chinese have traded our American farmers so poorly is for so very very long but they want a good deal and I said this many times over farmers want trade not aid Hearst appearing on to food alive or problems for United Airlines the not so friendly skies married couple Jessica a you enter husband and she went to has read tending to fly from Washington DC to Los Angeles but didn't make it the couple blames that duplicate ticket inicio they say once they found their seats another passenger claim they were in his spot sixty eight year old eight you say she grabbed the arm of the flight attendant to explain and that's when things got heated the couple was ultimately drag from the plane United says that a you was acting belligerent tomgram fox news and I'm del.

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"kelly house" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"kelly house" Discussed on KTOK

"Be honest brutally honest about every bit of we work endless hours to make sure that we deliver to you as fact it's a fat shepherd Smith on fox news channel real news real honest opinion. that's tough talk concerning guns of the democratic debate on Thursday could have unintended consequences polls show that more Americans favor tighter restrictions on background checks and high capacity magazines pushing for more gun control has not done Democrats well in general elections in the past president trump season opening in that Kelly house Republicans at their Baltimore treat this retreat this week that betters proposal of confiscation would leave a law abiding Americans quote totally defenseless if somebody walks into their house that's a message that may resonate with trump space that's fox's Doug McKelway reporting White House confirming on Saturday that Hamzah bin laden the son of Osama bin laden has been killed news first reported back in July bin laden had become increasingly prominent figure in al Qaeda happened at a counter terrorism operation in the Afghanistan Pakistan region no further details reported trade tensions between the US and China starting to see some light the trump administration delaying those tariffs on two hundred fifty billion dollars of Chinese goods but farmers are still being hurt Iowa Republican senator Joni Ernst Chinese have traded our American farmers so poorly is for so very very long but they want a good deal and I said this many times over farmers want trade not aid Hearst appearing on Caputo live or problems for United Airlines the not so friendly skies married couple Jessica a you enter husband and she went to has read tending to fly from Washington DC to Los Angeles but didn't make it the couple blames that duplicate ticketing issue they say once they found their seats another passenger claim they were in his spot sixty eight year old eight you say she grabbed the arm of the flight attendant to explain and that's when things got heated the couple was ultimately drag from the plane United says that a you was acting belligerent tomgram.

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"kelly house" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"kelly house" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Heavy towards seventy one i'm rob williams news radio seven hundred wwl wwl's now the latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of ivy sedation learn more at no fear death his dot com any isolated showers will fade away by lady nate low in the upper sixties very warm thursday as heist hop out in the upper eighties partly to mostly cloudy skies what the chance for late afternoon storm thursday night continued and muggy lows again in the upper sixties from your severe weather station i first winning meteorologist rich johnson news radio seven hundred wwl w radar shows mostly clear skies it's ninety degrees news is a service of life center organ donor network in pike county the perjury and obstruction charges against frederico wagner were dropped today prosecutors have concerns about the timing of getting that case in front of a jury they could still refile frederica is the mother of billy wagner who along with his wife and their two adult sons are all accused of carrying out the murders of the rodent family in two thousand sixteen ohio lawmaker's may just have a few days left to agree on possibly charging people in the state new fees on their electric bills to go to the states to nuclear power plants the owner of the plants near toledo and cleveland says it has to decide soon whether to spend millions on refueling them or shutting them down the measure would also undo the funding that goes toward solar and wind energy and ohio meantime constituents in my district they say that they want safe healthy communities and of all the correspondence that we received we received correspondence overwhelmingly opposing house bill one seventy eight that is local ohio state rep bridget kelly house bill one seventy eight in columbus would take away the requirement of training and licensing for those twenty one and over who want to carry a concealed weapon the measure did pass in committee today but it's being sent to another committee no word on when it could come up for a full vote in the house according to the kenton county prosecutor jacob julich is behind.

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"kelly house" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"kelly house" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Become the first native American poet, laureate. This is democracy now democracy now dot org. The warrant Patia report, I mean he Goodman with their main shake as we continue to talk about the call for slavery reparations. We spend the rest of the hour with tunnel. Hussy coats who testified at Wednesday's hearing, he's the author of several books in two. We were eight years in power and American tragedy. He's also the author of between the world and me for which he was the two thousand fifteen national book award for nonfiction. He's now a writer and residents at New York University has coaches seminal, two thousand fourteen essay, the case for reparations helps spur new Kohl's to make amends for slavery. Today. He joins us for the hour. Ten hoc-. Thanks so much for being with us. Can you talk about the origins of this hearing the? I and a dozen years. And the Bill that is being considered in what you hope to come of this. Did you ever dream that this is what would come of? Well, it's been going on for decades, but five years ago, you intensified the discussion with your Atlantic piece on reparations. It's been to be honest. It's been absolutely fascinating to why I think the thing that people need to understand about the fight for reparations is precisely how old it is. I mean, this, this goes back to Belinda, Royal who sued these state of Isaac, Royal back in post, colonial times after the American revolution of Kelly house, in a nineteenth century into James Forman senior leader. It's Nick, making his demand for reparations up through in Cobra people like professor tolls Ogle trees, that this is a long, long fight and published. The case reparations in the Atlantic. You know my hope was to just make my entry into that fight. I didn't expect it to quite get here. I think this is definitely progress. I don't think this is anywhere near the end goal. But. I think yesterday was progress. Tana hoc-, you made, of course, number of extremely powerful remarks during your testimony among which you said, quote, it's impossible to imagine America without the inheritance of slavery. So for our international audience, and others who aren't quite as familiar with this history. Could you explain what you mean by that? It's impossible to understand America. Without this inheritance. The two great crimes at American history is obviously, the destruction of this country's native American, but the near destruction the destruction the near destruction of this country's native American population of theft of their land and onto work. That land was brought in a native Africans into this country beginning in sixteen nineteen. Those twin processes, profoundly altered, the shape of the world and made this country possible. Obviously, first of all, you know, the land on which America and Americans currently reside was the land of native Americans, but the people brought into to break that lane. Just transformed, the profits derived from slavery are more extreme than I think a commonly acknowledged, I said yesterday. In eighteen sixty the combined worth of the four million insulate black people in this country with some three billion dollars. Nearly seventy five billion in today's share of dollars. Cotton in eighteen sixty was this country's largest expert, not just its largest expert he was the majority of exports. Out of this country from financial perspective, just the economics of it. It's absolutely impossible to imagine America, without enslavement the onset of the civil war. The greatest papyrus the greatest population per capita of millionaires and multimillionaires in this country was in the Mississippi River valley wasn't in. Boston wasn't in Chicago. Wasn't into York? The richest people in this country was slaveholders. Most of our earliest presidents was slaveholders. And the fact that they were presidents is not incidental to the fact that they they're slated to their slaveholding. That was how they built their wealth. That was how Thomas Jefferson built his wealth. That was how George Washington built his wealth individual slaves, where the equivalent of owning a home today. They were people, but turned into objects of extreme wealth. So just from the economic perspective, there's that and just forgive me for extending a little bit. But there's also the fact of what America actually is culturally, our greatest ex. Exploit today, entertainment, and culture. It is impossible to imagine American culture without jazz, the blues without hip hop. It's impossible to imagine American cinema without regrettably birth of a nation. It's impossible to imagine American literature at this point without James Baldwin without Tony Morrison. All of these are the primary secondary territory, fruits of slavery. And so if you strip slavery out of America, if you strip black people out of America, you really don't have in America. Tennessee coats. I wanted to go to a clip of use speaking at this historic hearing yesterday before the House Judiciary committee chair answering chairman, Jerry Nadler. It's been said, I think alluded to repeatedly throughout this conversation that somehow wealthy African Americans immune to these effects. But in addition to the wealth gap that cited one thing that folks should keep in mind is that quote unquote, wealthy African Americans are not the equivalent of quote unquote wealthy. White Americans in this country. The average. The average African American families country, making one hundred thousand dollars decent money actually lives in the same kind of neighborhood that the average white family, making thirty five thousand dollars a year lives in totally tied to the legacy of enslavement and Jim crow and the, the input and the idea in the mind, the white people and black people somehow deserving of different things. If I injured, the injury persists, even after actually commit the AC if I stab you, you may suffer complications along after that initial actual stabbing if I suit, you may suffer complications long after that initial shooting. That's the case with African Americans people well, within the living memory of this country that still suffering from the aftereffects. Thank you very much. So that is kind of code speaking at the hearing and win that I wanna go back to just clip of what the Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell said. I heard it said, just earlier, for instance that. I don't think reparations or something that happened fifty years ago for none of us. Currently living responsible is a good idea. Trod to deal with our original San of slavery about fighting a civil war passing landmark civil rights legislation. We've elected an African American president. So I wanna point out that the question that he was asked about reparations about apologies for slavery was asked by a young African American reporter named even Ken of spectrum his comments being heard everywhere. But the reporter herself is only being talked about unto microscopes and the significance of this hostile. And then if you can talk about the Bill, that's being considered. I mean you yourself said when you started your historic peace, five years ago on the case where you yourself weren't convinced. Yeah. I, I wanna thank you. A Saudi out that report that actually has meaning because you need a black reported there in the first place, actually asked the question to assess all of this emotion. So that's true. No, no, no, I and to be honest with you, for instance, the previous answer. I just gave you on the economics of slave -ment and its relationship to to this country. I would not have been able to give you that anti, I think, when I started in two thousand fourteen I actually was at that point four reparations, but you're referring back to something I wrote in two thousand twelve when I was, you know, again, I wouldn't been able to give you that answer. I didn't have that level of knowledge and beyond that, I didn't have the level of knowledge on how it persisted. I mean, I had a vague sense of segregation, Jim crow, etc. One hundred years after, but I didn't know about red, not, not, not in that degree of detail. And I didn't know how this extraction as call it of wealth from the African American community law. Through the state into the white community. Redlining through the FHA loan program through the TI Bill. I just didn't have knowledge of that. And once I saw that it's like, wow, this is persistent a pattern of, extraction that need to really really radical at that point. Reparations may total total sense to me, but I will add that it made sense to plenty of people long before it made sense to me. Antennas could you talk about? I mean, how do you think conversations about reparations in the American public sphere have changed since the publication of your piece? I'm not that he's got a lot of attention. I'm not totally convinced. That, that's why this is happening right now a really want to say again, that people have been fighting this battle for a long time. So it's like you put drops of water and a glass, and eventually, you know, the glass tips over, and you see some sort of larger effect I was building on the work published in two thousand fourteen only what ten fifteen years ago have been Randall Roberts says that debt, as I mentioned earlier to efforts of Charles, all of these little sort of efforts that didn't get the same degree of coverage. That's the first thing, and I also think having your first black president followed up by someone who I've referred to as your first white president has had a tremendously radicalising effect on a lot of people. Can you talk about? I mean this discussion about reparations immediately last night on the talk shows. What are they talking about giving checks who exactly would be involved who would get the money? How would this be determined? Going back to when ABRAHAM LINCOLN signed a Bill Mansa, painting and slave people. The slave owners around Washington DC being given reparations for each slave person that they free. What was it three hundred dollars a person? Right. I can't I can't remember the number, but yeah, you're exactly correct effect Lincoln off that to several did this idea of what it was called compensated emancipation at the time, and he offered to several of the border slave states, Delaware. I believe Marilyn Kentucky also that was a plan to, to compensate the actual slaveholders, and I should say, that's a global pattern throughout history, the country of Haiti for having the temerity to actually liberate itself from his slave was forced to pay reparations to France, the country that actually enslave, the people there. So this is a global pattern with people, when slave, it is only for questions of power that we find ourselves able to continents, the idea that people who've done the enslaving should have been comp. Sated and that was fine. And not just people who weren't slaves with people who are suffering effects that afterwards should not be compensated to talk about. Can I just cannot cannot add one just one quick? They also this whole thing about who should get a check. And should we cut checks? I understand questions. That's great. Those people should support HR forty though, because that's what he does it tries to get that figured out, and get that math figure out the best way to it..

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"kelly house" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"kelly house" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Roger if you read the lawsuit it she talks about, and you mentioned it that when they saw each other after this supposed event in the hotel room that there was it was some place somewhat of a workplace environment. Like, I think she mentioned that she would see him out at events or at practices or stuff like that. But no teams were named in the lawsuit. And no of employers were named in the lawsuit. It was just him. Can we assume from that that the teams and her network are out of it or could they be named later? Well, they could be named later. I mean, there's no reason there's nothing in the law that would prevent them to me. This hasn't run on them that would prevent them from being named later on in the long as more those depositions we talked about arose. I mean, if they if the if she has some kind of a proof that the the team's new and get nothing to control him or moody was up to then she can allege that. And again, if she can prove it, she'll be successful. But as of now what she is aiming this lawsuit out is is strictly him and for his activities. Roger we I seen already on Twitter as some people reacting to this lawsuit with the question of why didn't she report this earlier and that causing some skepticism among those people on Twitter at the same time. We've also learned a lot over the years. I think especi-. Really now about why women often don't come forward. Immediately. How much in your experience does that end up mattering in terms of establishing credibility one way or the other? I think it it. It's less now than it. Once was you know, there was a time. When if the woman didn't immediately come forward and waited a long time that the skepticism would be strong and people have their, you know, she's there's an there's an alternative reason. If she if this didn't have why didn't she bring it up right away. Well, I think we're all little more sophisticated today to understand that there's many reasons why a women particularly young professional women like her would not wanna come forward. Now that bakes the question of why did you come forward now? And that's a good question. I have no answer and she will have to answer that. I think that's one of the things that defendants in lawsuits like this argue juries that look, you know, she didn't do anything about it. Why? Now, this is someone who's looking for money or. Careers gone perhaps south. I mean, perhaps they want argue that but that is a question that she will have to answer sometime why she waited. But again, as I pointed out, we don't, you know, maybe she did make a police report or or perhaps she did tell somebody. She there are she is going to have to take this out of the realm of he said, she said, she is going to have to be able to back this up with some kind of proof because you know, I if she gets up and says, this is what happened, and he gets up and said that didn't happen it. You know, I don't know how you win those cases other than perhaps there's jury that likes him more than her or her more than him. So that's why these kinds of cases usually by the time. They get filed plaintiffs have a pretty good idea. Kelly house at her lawyers have a pretty good idea of what the proof there of what proof there is to back up her claims Roger Cossack. With us. Roger last thing for me. I I'm just curious. I know you can't give me an exact answer. But the timing of how long things like this normally take we discover that the lawsuit was filed last night procedurally. How long does some before we see these two in a courtroom, assuming the case doesn't get settled? How long does it normally take a case like this to play out? You know, if I I'm gonna give you an educated guess, and I'm going to say two to three years. Okay. So it's not something quickly that it's not something that will be resolved. You see there's no it's unlike criminal cases, where there's constitutional reasons and guarantees for people to get speedy and quick trials those kinds of things don't exist for civil trials..

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"kelly house" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"kelly house" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thank you. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. It was a crime scene that could have flickered on a movie screen out of New York's passed on Wednesday night, the alleged leader of the Gambino crime family was fatally shot outside of his Staten Island home. His name was Francesco Frank Kelly and his death marks the first killing of a reputed, mafia boss in decades, police say the motive for the attack is under investigation. And they're not sure it was in fact, a mob hit to help us make sense of the killing. We're speaking with Jerry copy a mafia expert who runs the website gang-land, news dot com. Good afternoon, Jerry good afternoon, Jamie. So who was Frank Kelly? And why do you think he was killed now? I mean, my take on the killing is it. It doesn't feel like a mafia hit. He was killed in front of his house in front of his wife and kids it was it's not the kind of thing that the mob would do if it was going to assassinate a high ranking member of the crime, family know, one of the other things is that from everybody that I've been speaking to Frank Kelly Kelly was not disliked guy. So it's it's hard for me to come to grips with the idea that the mob sent a guy in a pickup truck to Frank Kelly's house on Staten Island to welcome. All right. Well, most New Yorkers Jerry think the mafia's main presence today is in Hollywood movies. Great TV shows how extensive are their operations for real in the city and in the tri-state. Eight area. Well, there's no question that the mafias clout and influence in the city and around the country have dissipated quite a bit. I mean, the federal onslaught against the mob was definitely effective in curtailing their influence, they managed forget, the mob out of, you know, a lot of the labor unions. They control the significant businesses the construction industry, but the mob still exists. It is still in the New York area. They're involved in loansharking. They're involved in gambling involved in extortion. Rackets their involvement in protection industry, they do try to hold sway in labor unions. But there's no question that it's been curtail quite a bit. How about drugs? Opioids other drugs has always been a staple of the mob. I think it's always been kind of a an unwritten rule is don't get caught doing drugs. If you get caught doing drugs, we may want to kill you. But if you don't get caught we'll take all the money you can send us one of the big changes in the mob. The last twenty years has been the relatively few murders that the gangsters have committed the mob has cut back on killing people in streets. And that has also made it a lot more difficult for the law enforcement community to bring charges against him. But it also has made them all less effective in keeping a tight grip on the rackets that they seem to want to control unlike some of the more famous mobsters like John Gotti who we've talked about Frank Kelly was not a household name. He was rarely in the headlines. How did his time as leader reflect what organized crime is in New York today, the mob in two thousand nineteen has learned important lessons from John God. He's day. They have gone back to trying to behave like a secret society not to walk around. And on Broadway. Liane street the way they're used to not to take take care of business and social clubs the way they're used to. And now they try to meet secretly in quietly to try and keep away from the law enforcement surveillance that is always going on coming back to Frank Kelly. Do you think there will be any sort of retaliation? Should we anticipate any more violence like I said, my sense of this is this is not a mob hit. I do not foresee any mob war violence between rival factions of the Gambino crime family or any of the crime families in the city. There is little doubt in my mind that if the mob find out who killed them they will go out and welcome its first chance, they get a good indication of that is that from my information is that the Kelly family has not been cooperative with the police department or the FBI which has gotten involved in the investigate. They basically feel that we'll take care of it ourselves. Jerry PC is a mob expert who runs the website gang-land, news dot com. Jerry. Thank you so much. It's been a pleasure, Jamie. Thank you. So celebrities and other wealthy people paid bribes to get their kids into prestigious colleges through fraud, including photo shopping their kids heads under the bodies of real student athletes. This may explain why the Stanford soccer team kept trying to throw the ball. Peter will join us for wait..

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"kelly house" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"kelly house" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Details about the deadly shooting reputed crime boss Francisco, Kellyanne on Staten Island, Wednesday night details from WBZ's rob Dawson before the shooting. There was a crash in front of Kelly's house on hilltop terrorists. Police say Kelly stepped outside to talk with someone out front as a conversation with an individual in front of that residents and that individual at some point in time. It's only about a minute into it pulls out a firearm and shots are fired NYPD chief Dermott Shay says they believe the suspect is a man in his twenties or thirties. They're looking for a blue pickup truck. They don't know a motive yet, but they have clues mister Kelly's prior dealings. He has been arrested prior by the feds are a focal point at this point of the investigation. I'm rob Dawson for seventy seven WABC news to rockets fired from the Gaza Strip towards Tel Aviv. At least one of the rockets was intercepted by anti-missile defense system. Hearing from the mayor of Tel Aviv telling people on Israeli radio confirming what had happened, but essentially saying that people should go about their daily business would carry on. And yet be aware that this might happen again confirming that it happens. This does represent an escalation it had been several years since we'd seen this sort of rock and make it to Tel Aviv. Correspondent Melissa bell says there are no for talent in the attack Texas. Democrats data rock is on the campaign trail in Iowa after announcing a twenty twenty presidential bid outside of high school in fort Madison Iraq, saying there are economic challenges. Find work work that pays work where you can only work one job and be able to take care of your kids Bergen county is coming up at the school safety initiative acting county prosecutor Dennis Callo says the plan hopes to prevent a school shooting addressing students mental health facility security and local response to violence..

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"kelly house" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"kelly house" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Take a Harvard law grad and someone who knows the media underbelly like the back of her hand national press secretary for the Donald J Trump twenty twenty presidential campaign jailing mcenaney exclusively on Kevin McCullough radio. Big busy news day. And we're glad to have newsmakers with us every single day. Kevin McCullough radio yet to come on today's show communists, Steve Moore and also governor Mike Huckabee in the minutes to come. But it's time now to turn to the aforementioned Kelly mcenaney who's very busy communicating. That's what she does. She communicates. She was communicating for the GOP now, she's communicating for the Trump campaign and lady Kaley. It's good to have you back today. Another big announcement for your team. You guys have landed a big fish on the Trump campaign team. What kind of difference does Bill shine leaving the White House and joining the campaign make? He today. Huge asset your team they'll shine at years of experience leading at Fox News. The White House working directly with President Trump. Even more formidable horse. We move forward. We have one of the greatest communicators in the business on the team. I had an official capacity. We're very excited to be a world class very impressive operation under the leadership at Bradford sale. When you think about it Kelly the difference in twenty fifteen when they were putting things together. Like, they literally. I mean, Laura Laura Trump was on the show of a couple of weeks ago. She's like Kevin. We didn't know what we were doing like we had no clue when we were setting all these things up. I mean, I've got to think that having all of these real Krugman pros joining the effort this time with the addition of the help of the Republican party has got to mean something. Absolutely. That means a lot, you know. Yeah. Now, I. Operation has veteran had people who have been there one art elections before over on our political Bill had big credit card have either individuals who won the won the election. The first time around Brandon and Bill, certainly. Tailwind behind the president to make the best use of time and put them in the right places based on our data. So now, we have beaten professional coming alongside those who won the first time around so formidable and the Democrats should be quite worried about what they're up against. Well, it's going to be interesting. Let's get into some of the substance that they're going to have to be up against Kaley took two weeks, and they still couldn't say without any kind of adding onto do what aboutism what about white supremacists? And what about Islamaphobia they couldn't even just they what started out as a single congressional members saying something patently offensive? They ended up doing this watered down nothing that even Twenty-three Republicans for so perturbed by its lack of importance that they voted against it, including many in the Jewish delegation. But Kayleigh talk to me about the state of the congressional Democrats right now. Right. Congressional Democrats that they are running tirelessly by the freshman radical bio on Omar by AFC, I I was told over and over again, they're all these moderate Democrats in the house leading the way. Well, that's not true. And you can't even Pat simple resolution condemning anti semitism when that was put out the idea of happiness resolution there were revolts from not the deal on Omar. But from the some of the twenty twenty contenders as well. And in pretty quickly everyone else seller line and said, we can't condemn anti oxidant. My run afoul of the radical than the house. So it's very clear that ill auto Marin the very Terry medic streak, I leading the Democratic Party right now. And that's unfortunate, very bad reviews. Double coverage we've got her basically on the foreign policy front, and you've got a OC running Amazon out of the cities that desperately need the revenue jobs. I mean, if you put her on domestic policy, no more on foreign policy. This is going to be quite a quite a winsome team. They have running things moving into a major election cycle. Yeah. And you definitely this kind of jittery response from the very few Democrats blast out there when things like the green new deal our propose that are just ludicrous on their face dick Durbin day. I don't even know what they did. And then when the remarks made you see that's aligned to the Democratic Party say, wow, this there's no room for on, Omar. But very few that you're hearing expressing discontent with the radical leading the way. Well, it's gonna be interesting to see if they can. In any way. Pull back into the centre Kelly the election calendar does not favor. Moderate for the Democrats. California's moved up in the schedule, and I think that you've got to run to the left to capture California. If you're a democrat, how does that impact their eventual nominee? Iowa. When you have these days at the forefront. I be more of a battled where it went over that date dominating moderate dot more of an yes, they're already moderate left, and there aren't but when you have California studying the bar, I you're exactly right. You've got to win the big state of California. And that means going at far left as the socialist party. So the tone of the day, we're going to gear going to be one that's harder than I think we've heard at any point in our history. Yeah, they've always been able if you've been a moderate democrat. You've always been able to kind of hide your left leaning views through the first at least six or seven primaries. It's not going to be able to do it this time. So that's going to be very very interesting. I'm getting some developing news that the house has voted in favor of illegal immigrant voting. This is just coming across the wires Kelly house. Democrats voted Friday to defend localities that allow illegal immigrants to vote in their elections. Your reaction is this is just breaking. Yeah. I always been hidden in the Democratic Party. And, you know, look at the fact that you had Stacey Abrams, you know, the door of the democrat who gave the universe you had her out there during her election thing, everyone should vote even the illegal immigrants. So this is always been an intensive Democrats. We've seen a California basically this process where when you register for light venture automatically registered to vote unless you physically proactively opt out these are all back way to allow illegal immigrants voted shouldn't be allowed in our country. Not deprived based on your reporting to hear that. Yeah. The John Lewis the longtime Georgia Democrats saying we are prepared to open up the political process and let all of the people come in. The vote went to twenty eight to one ninety seven as they as they won this. Now, obviously this'll get struck down in the Senate. And of course, it ever got through there. The.

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"kelly house" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kelly house" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Radio eight where they belong. Hi, guys steroid. Do we really belong here because you are like your Mr. A, plus Mr. Rokon, Michael ebony and Erin Brockovich today. That's right. That's fine out loud. One A and one E right there in terms of of where they're going to be. We got Michael have attic coming up in the next hour to talk about the R Kelly rant and rave or going to play a little bit of that also coming up here. And there's new audio of r Kelly's. The two of the women that he's been associated with who are defending him and saying that their parents are lying his girlfriend's who have not seen their parents in years that the family say they've been brainwashed by when the girls have been brainwashed. Yes. Right. These two women twenty one and twenty three they they're living with them. And they t- says they want to be doing that the parents say he's brainwash them and cut off all contact. And we just learned a really interesting fact from an individual known to us who had done some work in our Kelly's house here in Chicago in the nineteen nineties that will shock not something. I've never heard brought up in the trial or anything. Yeah. All right. So we will share all that he lives in Trump Tower now though, right? I don't know where he lives. I'm sure he does he's got Sherry how were they doing? The interview interviews with the interviews at maybe the Trump hotel. I'm assuming. Wow. What are you Lou Manfredini over there? Now just to shout out to all the potential sponsors Trump Tower. I got news for you. If Donald Trump is listening. He's not buying commercials on your show Roca..

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"kelly house" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

The Big Podcast With Shaq

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"kelly house" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

"You you're covering. Mortgage. You have an answer to you're gonna match rob on this one R Kelly, Donald okay, that's not bad are Kelly said don't believe anything you saw on that documentary just because they used to follow blank on social media. Everybody's tripping. I said Trump and you said translates. Dog chicken chicken out chicken? Now, I don't speak English. It is right which we get that wall built yellow. All right, shacks manager said getting him to stick to a schedules. Really tough. The other day we told him we now even have to start scheduling him for blank. Shack needs to be on a schedule where he doesn't tend to show up. So what is manager say Morgan, we're having trouble getting checked stick to his schedule. The other day, we told him we now even have to start scheduling him for blank, Mark out, workout workout. That's not a bad answer. I'm sure rock would agree on that one beat Doug bathroom breath through breaks, not Not a a bad bad one. one. Pretty good. Oh, rob schedules. Naps nap. Otherwise. Jamal's thrown off the show so shack, what do you have sing? Llama crisis glasses. God knows he needs them. Yeah. That's right. Go. They hit you understand what I'm saying. I heard it. But I don't know what to believe anymore. Also believe you're awesome. We love you mortgage. And you so much. I was thrown off the show. I'm telling you, he's he's a sensitive soul. Thank you Morgan. Thanks, mark. We appreciate that integrate. Oh. John what the hell are you doing what sixteen year old girl on the show? You're going. It wasn't a thirty goatee. His age group. The question is are Kelly's house. Get out. You're going to get a call about that. Yeah. Wait a minute. Why come why are you gonna call about that? Oh, john. Going to soon too soon. Nurture make sure that I would word. Dirty about the question. His name is you know, what it is especially. A little too sensitive covering asses for people. That's. That's. He would be laughing things. Are you afraid of pushback boys, a mess? You know? I don't care. There's nothing bad about that. -ffiliated? Oh, man believe you got a baby on their new at bringing dues. Rob did I know the the age of the contestant before him. No. I know that it was a that. I have the questions how old is she? And I went. And you say oh my gosh. Share? There you go. I will see you guys at their two weeks spending. Now. Jaffer is unbelievable. Hey, be sure to follow along on Instagram the big podcast shack dot com. Get in touch this year. You said on his podcast on Twitter at check book, a big podcast.

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