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Biden heads to Pennsylvania to tout $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan

Lars Larson

00:20 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden heads to Pennsylvania to tout $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan

"The president toward a black owned business, and Chester, Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia, that benefited from a paycheck protection plan Bone, he said, in addition to vaccines and stimulus Next. The American rescue plan helps small businesses that missed out on prior assistance. Stay afloat. Access Colonel Scott Americans listening to Fox

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E.U. Approves Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

Lars Larson

00:30 sec | Last month

E.U. Approves Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

"European Union's drug regulator has approved Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine following in the footsteps of the FDA in the United States. It means you countries now have access to full vaccines, one more than the U. S. As the EU tries to catch up with America and Britain in vaccinations, Johnson and Johnson has agreed to deliver at least 200 million doses to the EU this year. Unlike other vaccines, this one only requires a single shot in London. Simon Oh, and Fox News is in

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo refuses to resign amid sexual harassment claims

Lars Larson

03:31 min | Last month

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo refuses to resign amid sexual harassment claims

"The really terrible execrable governor of the state of New York. Before he was accused The Washington Free Beacon points out before he was accused himself of sexual harassment. The governor of New York signed a bill that dramatically lowered the bar for proving harassment claims. Bar. His accusers would almost certainly clear the bills signed two years ago. 2019 says, harassment need not be severe or pervasive to be considered unlawful. Any action that rises above petty slights and trivial inconveniences can qualify if a male supervisor makes a female employees uncomfortable by asking her out to lunch, as one New York employment lawyer told the washer free beacon that could be the basis for a claim. Well, the governor's alleged transgressions went way. Beyond that. The bill also eliminates a key defense that Cuomo might have used in court, under federal law and employer can avoid liability if their employees never filed a formal complaint about the harassment Well, these women are complaining, but I do think some of this is simply a way of distracting people's attention away from the 13,000 or so people who died because Governor Cuomo decided That they would be sent to nursing homes after they were sick with China virus instead of sent to the many hospital beds that the state had available to it during the height of the pandemic, But today, the question came to a point when Andrew Cuomo, who had been asked over and over and over by reporters, are you going to resign in all the way along? He kept dodging around the questions. And I kept saying to my producer I sure hope somebody really bores in on this and says, Are you going to resign or not? Because it's like the guy knew that the biggest elephant the living in the room was the question. Are you going to resign? And he kept finding ways to work around it without giving a straight answer. And then finally this question and answer from a reporter. We have that sound bite. We'll get to it A bit later, Andrew Cuomo ended up by saying, We're not. He's not going to resign. He's not going Tol quit his office. Now let's take a listen to it right now. Is this your way of saying I'm certainly not resigning? I wasn't elected by politicians. I was elected by the people of the state of New York. I'm not going to resign. I work for the people of the state of New York. They elected me and I'm going to serve the people of the state of New York. And by the way we have a full plate we have covert. We have recovery. We every building. We have a teetering New York City. We have a terrible financial picture. We have to do vaccines s. Oh, no. Um I'm going to do the job. The people of the state elected me to do you accept that? Can you do that job when people are distracted by the fact that you've been credibly accused of sexual harassment by people on your staff by people outside your staff, and you've decided you don't want to. Resign. I think the pressure is going to build, and I think they'll probably push him out the door. Of course. I also said that about Governor Northam of Virginia on Gwen, He was caught with the black face pictures and all the rest of that, and he never left office either. So maybe I'm maybe I'm completely off base, but I don't see how Cuomo survives this. It seems even his friends on the left. Have decided it is time for him to go. He has passed his expiration date here calls

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Neera Tanden Withdraws Nomination To Lead Office of Management and Budget

Lars Larson

00:34 sec | Last month

Neera Tanden Withdraws Nomination To Lead Office of Management and Budget

"Has been withdrawn in her nomination for budget director O M B Office of Management and Budget. She's the one who was making a lot of nasty comments about members of the Congress, including members of the body that would have to approve her. So Joe Manchin said he wasn't gonna vote for and there were others. Other Democrats, senators who wouldn't say how they were going to vote. So now the White House has withdrawn her nomination. I know technically, she withdrew it, but really, I think she got the word from the White House. You don't have our support anymore. Your best stop. Now

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U.S. "humbly" asks for its seat back on U.N. Human Rights Council

Lars Larson

00:41 sec | Last month

U.S. "humbly" asks for its seat back on U.N. Human Rights Council

"The U. N Human Rights Council after former President Trump withdrew from the organization Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the U. S. Will seek re election to the U. N Human Rights Council later this year. We humbly ask for the support of all U N member states. In our bid to return to a seat in this body. The announcement comes three years after President Trump quit the council, saying it was biased against Israel. Blinken says reform is needed We urge the Human Rights Council Look at how it conducts his business. That includes it's disproportionate focus on Israel. And he says countries with the worst records on human rights should not be members of the council in London.

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Apple users targeted by 'mysterious' malware

Lars Larson

00:56 sec | Last month

Apple users targeted by 'mysterious' malware

"At both Intel and new M one based Max called Silver Sparrow. It's been detected on almost 30,000 Max. So far, those mashable reports there's no evidence of a harmful payloads of security experts can't pinpoint the malware motives. Security firm Red Canary first discovered the Silver Sparrow and it's been spotted in 153 countries. As for how it arrives, it comes by way of an installer disguised as a legitimate application or an update. With the generic name update, ER or update It's unusual for malware to Target Max and to have to type a minute existing Intel based Max and the New Apple silicone powered and one Max is even more rare. And Apple spokesperson tells me Apple revoked the developer accounts needed to authorize installation to prevent new infections and reminded users the Mac APP store is the safest place to get MAC software, though the Apple notary Service will protect users from acquired outside the APP store Fox on Tech, Brett Larson, Fox News. Our

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Hospitals ration N95 masks despite growing stockpile

Lars Larson

00:45 sec | Last month

Hospitals ration N95 masks despite growing stockpile

"Or protective masks are growing a year into the pandemic. Even his companies make millions of the highly recommended in 95 masks, a new Associated Press report finds a large number of them are going not the hospitals but into storage. That leads to many hospitals rationing the face coverings that filter 95% of infectious particles. The AP investigation shows. The limited distribution of masks is not due to shortages but not knowing what is available. Some hospitals are on Lee allotting staff issue is one mask issued per week. The FDA even now still reports that there is a shortage of in 95 masks, which tells distributors to limit the number that has sent out in a time of great need. Gurnal Scott

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Biden mistakenly refers to Trump as the president

Lars Larson

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Biden mistakenly refers to Trump as the president

"To China. Joe Because Joe Biden, president of the United States, apparently still thinks that Donald Trump is the president twice this week, President Joe Biden has referred to Donald Trump. As the president, and he did it while he was signing executive orders on health care on Thursday. Apparently even he can't accept the idea that Donald Trump actually are does accept the idea that Donald Trump did win the election. On November, the third eye shot out to

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Probe continues into US Capitol riots in Washington, DC

Lars Larson

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Probe continues into US Capitol riots in Washington, DC

"Bus, including the driver. Investigations continue into House supporters of former President Trump were able to breach the U. S Capitol building earlier this month. There are six investigations now on going into the ride on Capitol Hill on the sixth of January, and the big question here is were there any Republican members? Of Congress who led these reconnaissance tours for the riders. Kevin McCarthy, the House minority leader, says he has no evidence that any of his members were involved. So let's get and have all the facts before we accuse anybody of anything, but let's all base it upon the

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More than 100 National Guard members in Washington, DC test positive for coronavirus

Lars Larson

00:15 sec | 2 months ago

More than 100 National Guard members in Washington, DC test positive for coronavirus

"Some lawmakers are calling for a review of coronavirus protocols used by the National Guard in Washington. This after Fox News learned that over 100 guard members deployed for inauguration security duties in Washington. Have tested positive for covert

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Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Sites Open In Parts Of New York City Will Operate 24/7 Starting Monday

Lars Larson

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Sites Open In Parts Of New York City Will Operate 24/7 Starting Monday

"About a slow roll out. New York is expanding where and who can get a vaccine for covert 19 Brooklyn Army Terminal, one of two mass vaccination sites in New York City that opened yesterday. Inoculations will be happening at these sites 24 hours a day by appointment, only New York State is also expanding the number of pharmacies that will be distributing that scenes while also expanding the eligibility of those who can get vaccinated. Starting today, people age 75 older grocery Restore workers, teachers, first responders and transit workers can reserve appointments online to get inoculated all of this and effort to speed up vaccinations, which have been painfully slow. Fox is Brian Dennis. The World Health Organization says it hopes to be able to launch covert 19 vaccine programs and poor and middle income countries next month through its program called Kovacs. Spokesman says of the more than 40 countries that have begun vaccination programs. Most are wealthy and he says that shots need to get to a lower income areas.

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Self-described American nationalist is held in New York City bomb hoax

Lars Larson

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Self-described American nationalist is held in New York City bomb hoax

"Nationalist who police in New York City say left a hoax Explosive device in a car at a shopping mall yesterday's turned himself in 22 year old Louis Shankar surrendered early this morning in Brooklyn. Shankar, who on social media describes himself as a patriot and supporter of President Trump. Left the fake bomb and a test lay in the mall's parking garage. He was previously arrested in December. 20 December 30th after police say he torched a poster attached to a police barricade in Manhattan. The Trump

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'Downtown Lexington is being evacuated': Police block off Kentucky city

Lars Larson

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

'Downtown Lexington is being evacuated': Police block off Kentucky city

"Kentucky, police have evacuated a couple of blocks in the downtown area. And are investigating an RV in a parking lot. Video from the scene shows police checking the vehicle with a canine and with remote controlled robots, police so far, only calling it an incident.

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Dawn Wells, star of "Gilligan's Island," dies of COVID-19

Lars Larson

01:40 min | 3 months ago

Dawn Wells, star of "Gilligan's Island," dies of COVID-19

"If you have not heard the news today, you might as well get it from a friend. Dear Sweet Mary Ann. Dawn Wells passed away this morning. At age 82. And I was mentioning earlier for My particular generation. Guys who were elementary school students. On, then would watch it in reruns in junior high and secretly on into high school or college. The question would come up. Ginger or Mary Ann. Ginger is portrayed by Tina Louise was a Hollywood Well, a siren. You know, one of these Voluptuous. Well, she was a sex symbol, okay? And ginger kind of her whole persona was geared into Vava Vou. Mary Ann, On the other hand. Was sugar and spice and everything nice. But wow, everybody seems to Or most guys had a thing for Marianne. And I don't think, Miss Mary when mind me telling you that I mean, it was years before. We met and jump the broomstick. It only met promoting. It was just one of those one of those little what would be the term Uh, not even platonic because it's it's like a TV thing.

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Shooting at Wisconsin mall leaves 8 injured

Lars Larson

00:25 sec | 5 months ago

Shooting at Wisconsin mall leaves 8 injured

Trump senior advisers dissuaded president from military strike on Iran

Lars Larson

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Trump senior advisers dissuaded president from military strike on Iran

"Ordering the Pentagon to draw down the number of American forces in Iran and Afghanistan before inauguration day, but reportedly considered a military strike against Iran after the United Nations Atomic Agency said Iran was stockpiling nuclear material last week. Fox News has confirmed President Trump was considering using military force against Tehran. He'd been looking for offensive options, but senior advisers recommended against it, saying it could spark a wider regional conflict. However, the president may consider targeting Iranian allies like militias in Iraq. The international inspectors are reported to have said around was producing 12 times the amount of uranium It was allowed under the Obama era. Iranian nuclear deal Till

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Federal judge rejects GOP effort to delay Nevada ballot count

Lars Larson

00:15 sec | 5 months ago

Federal judge rejects GOP effort to delay Nevada ballot count

"Against ballot processing in Nevada. Hey, and one voter who filed the suit wanted to recount of all the mail in votes. But the judge said he will not interfere with the state Legislature, which rights state election laws, even though no winner has been declared in the

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Apple MacBook Air vs. HP Spectre x360 13

Lars Larson

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Apple MacBook Air vs. HP Spectre x360 13

"Already updated the iPad, Apple Watch an iPhone and the expectation for this event Numac books featuring apples, silicone processors earlier this year at the annual worldwide developer conference, Apple said they would ditch Intel inside there, Max in favor of their own processors, which already power the watch iPhone and iPad. Apple made the move to Intel in 2000. Six. But Intel has delayed a new manufacturing process to produce faster chips. Apple says the move will make Max faster and more energy efficient and the rumors suggest at the event. The new Max featuring the apple silicone will be a 13 and 16 Inch MacBook pro and possibly a smaller MacBook air. The transition from Intel will take two years. Giving software makers ample time to update their products to work on the new machines will also be able to run programs from the iPhone and iPad with Fox on Tech. Brett Larson, Fox News

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"lars larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

05:39 min | 10 months ago

"lars larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Welcome back to the Lars Larson show and welcome the first amendment Friday one of my favorite days of the week because we open up the phone lines in every subject is fair game and as is true the rest of the week naysayers go to the head of the lines and I'll tell you what one of the best naysayers I've heard not a caller to the show but a piece of audio that I played just a bit later we may play it again it's a young lady who's trying to drive home with two kids in her car and she's a black American and she runs into a roadblock this is this put up by some of these protestors and looters and rioters and most of the people there are white people and they say we're here for you and she says no you're not here for me you're blocking the road I want to go home with my kids can you please get out of my way now that's the state we're in right now where there are American cities are being torn apart including Seattle but not limited to Seattle all kinds of cities around America that are being torn apart allegedly over making sure that we have equal rights for all citizens and so the question of how the president can interact with making race relations better I thought we talk with Joe Ron Smith who is deputy assistant to the president and deputy director of the office of American innovation geron welcome back to the Lars Larson show and how are you doing today I'm doing okay large happy Friday to you happy Friday to you as well I wish we could all be having a happy Friday but that young lady she was awfully angry that have the last twenty four hours and she she's just saying look you're not doing this for me you're messing things up for me and I'm wondering what the president is in a position where he's watching major American cities and states simply ignore problems the most extreme of course the one in Seattle with his Capitol Hill autonomous zone and the takeover of six city blocks in a major American city but the president has plans to go to Dallas on Thursday and have a conversation about race relations what's he planning to tell folks in in doing that yes we actually visited Dallas yesterday and had a round table and with the president presented was on his vision for America and to specifically dealing with disparities disparities for justice disparities for education disparities for access to capital or healthcare we identified is on on the president's commitment to investing in all minority serving institutions that that work on access to capital investment into minority serving institutions that work on health disparities home and also an investment into our police force to help them create a better police and community relations also that public safety is created for these individuals I think at the end of the day we realized that there there hasn't been a great relationship there we also know that many localities I haven't had the best standards and that's usually when you you run into problems and so we're going to create incentives for does best on best and class standards for police departments but also help the police with Cole responded on social workers that can deal with mental health or issues of addiction that a lot of police forces have been overwhelmed with these type of problems and so we think there's a way to bring the community together rather than tear it apart in the president and the uniter and that's what happened in Dallas United people from that the church is from the police department from the community on black white Democrat Republican because that's what America's all about people on the chance of the American dream and we're trying to work with the local leaders to create opportunity well Inspiron I I wonder what you think when with the biggest problems were saying as I said Seattle seems to be the most extreme example although it's not limited to that Chicago's got problems new York's got problems LA's got problems and yet these are cities that are run for the most part by Liberal Democrats in states that are off and run by Liberal Democrats and in the case of Seattle they have Carmen bass to doesn't seem you know from a distance like a bad police chief but she's she's been told give up just hand this over to people who are now demanding the defunding of police not not better relations but just get rid of them all together how do you how do you deal with a group of people that demands D. fund the police abolish them abolish policing but still deliver justice for American citizens who need someone to call when somebody's breaking into their house and two in the morning we know it's hard to account for that type of political leadership and that's why the president is doing a call to action to the people because I think at the end of the day now we have to hold our local leaders accountable when they don't want to leave no one wants to grow up in a community that's been ravaged and torn down or or stopped I mean we just there's been a pandemic and we're transitioning back to restoring our communities and getting back on to flourishing as a country and it's it's it's it's it's an interesting piece because I have no idea how you could not lead ominous situation then president plant paying close attention to it well in fact I I'm watching as the Democrats and I and I this is a partisan issue Giron I mean because I don't see Republicans out there saying let's let's get rid of the police and in fact even people like Joe Biden has said I'm not in favor of de funding the police and now one of the people on the at the top of his list who is African American Kamala Harris she's trying to juggle how to say it how not to say de fund the police but not to.

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"lars larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"lars larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Lars Larson show now in Friday's Twitter poll we asked for this should Amazon be investigating for investigated for creating its own house brands of goods I said no to that and explain to you why there are a lot of retail companies in America did sell products made by another company I gave to you for example your favorite local supermarket chain I'm sure sells coca Cola you can buy it almost anywhere in America and yet many of the supermarket chains not the individual stores but the chains will bottle or can their own variety of Cola and they usually sold a whole lot cheaper so what's the difference and then over the weekend somebody emailed me they'd heard my argument they said Lars are you aware that a lot of the big big box stores where you go to buy tools and lumber they have their own house brands as well I wasn't aware of it but apparently cobalt and I have some cobalt tools hand tools that are sold at Lowe's that is Lowe's house brand does that mean you have to buy D. walls which I like a lot or craftsman which I also like a lot for black and decker that I also like a lot no you can buy the house brand you can buy the name brand you can make a choice is it evil foreign entity like say a big box store to sell tools made by other companies as well as its own house brand of tools in the case of Amazon Amazon is a massive online retailer that sells products made by other companies that are not Amazon and then they sell their own version of that same item that is made by Amazon I don't see the problem within frankly I don't understand why house Democrats are demanding an investigation of Amazon they're claiming that Amazon is violating the anti trust laws of America I think that's a crazy arguments so I said no so did fifty eight percent of you only forty two percent of you said yes Amazon should be investigated not remember I can separate out the political background of people like Jeff Basil's the guy who owns Amazon from the actions of his store in fact I don't mind when times are our usual stopping to get say a coffee at Starbucks although I think they burn their beans Abed even though I know the politics of the guy who founded the company Howard Schultz our very very liberal even ran for president once that didn't last too long get it fifty eight percent no forty two percent yes brought to you by a mac the association of mature American citizens Hey mac has conservative values I do too I joined the group along time ago so should you just go to a M. AC dot US or call eight eight eight two six two two thousand six Hey mags better better for you and better for America listen I've been getting this set of emails and they all go along the same line and here is the line that came out this weekend and I believe the origin of it is a young lady by the name of Candace Owens I've met content disown I actually introduced her at a public event I know sometime last fall she's a very nice young lady but I don't think she knows what she's talking about so what did she do she began talking about the death toll from China virus as reported by the CDC and the medium that got going on social media this weekend is that the CDC has revised down the number of deaths from where it is tonight about seventy thousand down to about thirty seven thousand well why would they revise it down well let me make it clear there is a reason that they have mis read the numbers not at the CDC but the folks are looking at this including a right wing media guy by the name of Tim young what he did was he looked at some of the statistics that CDC has online how many people have died because of coronavirus in America about seventy thousand as of tonight but he says there's this other number in there and it appears to be the number of deaths and it's only thirty seven thousand let me tell you where that number comes from and why it's not the accurate number now do you want the current number as of today that is the CDC number of about seventy thousand but if you look at the national vital statistics system which is a government agency that tracks births and deaths on a lot of other numbers in the United States the national vital statistics system considers somebody dead to put it bluntly when the paperwork including their death certificate arrives at this bureaucracy in Washington DC and they've put it in the computer so they warned they warned that there is a significant lag in counting the number of deaths because they look at official death certificates where is the CDC tends to count reports it gets from hospitals and clinics around America quote it is important to note that it can take several weeks for death records to be submitted to the national center for health statistics and for them to be processed coded and tabulated so the warnings right there on the CDC website that set of numbers tends to lag behind the other set of numbers pay attention to that glad to have you with me on a Monday night you know the last few months have taught us what's important in life it's also taught us that we need to eliminate or change some things so the same for business what are the changes.

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"lars larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"lars larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Welcome to the first amendment Friday on the Lars Larson show floors put in the driver's seat you talk about what you want to talk about government is the problem is off limits we American call eight six six eight six six your first amendment Friday with Lars Larsen the back of the Lars Larson show its first amendment Friday night favorite night of the week and if you want to jump into the best conversation and talk journalism you can do it right here at eight six six Hey Lars that's eight six six four three nine five two seven seven emails go to talk at Lars Larsen dot com that you might have thought that the race card can only be played under certain circumstances but now there's a race card for the coronavirus Democrats hoping for the twenty twenty presidential nomination seem to be competing over who could look more awful but later on this hour I'll talk to a man that says if they win big of the year in the election this November we could lose America as we know it and I don't think that's an exaggeration the Los Angeles county sheriff has bragged about letting illegal aliens out of custody fact he did it again just this week and we will talk about that as well all talk with an ice official about the consequences coming up in a moment I would like to see a cast a vote in our Twitter poll doesn't cost anything we just put it out because I like writing a question out of the news of the day our Twitter poll tonight should major American cities set up safe spaces so called to illegally use illegal narcotics the idea's been talked about it a whole bunch of big cities in America Seattle Washington is one of them north of me but Philadelphia is the one that finally got a federal judge to sign off on the idea and in case you're wondering I think it's a terrible idea I mean I almost think it's a contradiction in terms when you say should we set up a place where people can take an illegal substance heroin and do something illegal with it injected in your arms and we will call it a safe injection site even though everything about shooting heroin is inherently unsafe including the source of the heroin because while fast Eddie Rendell the former governor of Pennsylvania is behind part this proposal in Philadelphia and while a federal judge has signed off on its legality they're not going to produce supplied the drugs they will supply clean needles which is like saying so you can buy a product that was made somewhere else in the world could have been Afghanistan could've been Mexico you will melted down in a spoon you know add some water and make it into a substance that can be injected you'll then filtered through a cotton ball and then you're going to stick it in your arm and injected stuff into you but because you're using a clean needle it has to be safe no yeah sure that makes plenty of sense let me think about that for just a moment our Twitter poll should major American cities set up safe spaces to illegally using illegal narcotics absolutely positively not but.

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"lars larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

09:42 min | 1 year ago

"lars larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Welcome back to the Lars Larson show until Thursday night we call a conspiracy theory Thursday night I hate to see conspiracies in this country but when they're there we got I done a fine Kevin Chavis joins me now who serves as president of academics and policy K. twelve Inc Kevin welcome back to the program well it's good to be back with the large SO two developments regarding corona virus and I'm trying to take a sensible approaches I don't wanna overly concerned people on the other hand I don't want to be to you know nonchalant about what's going on Japan's entire school system from elementary to high schools are going being asked to close from Monday until spring break late in March to contain the corona virus at the same time that's happening one high school that I know of in America in Bothell Washington closed down for the entire day because of concerns that a staff member I had traveled with now ill family member and then came back to work this week and so they decided to close the entire school today for the entire day while they decontaminate the entire school not that may be a bit of overkill but what do we actually need to do as a country if anything to protect our schools and our kids from this coronavirus threat well obviously the safety of our children is most important and many schools are taking a lot of precautions to make sure that the children are protected did dear following up on the ill behavior that or any signs of illness inch in children but but I tell you we've allocated twelve we run the large is a virtual online education program in the country so we have students who were in fully online schools and we have schools that is Prisco districts that receive curriculum from us we're in all fifty states in terms of the services provided to hundreds of thousands students in a hundred countries and we're we're just here to help I mean what we did during the hurricane Florence in North Carolina our our partner schools in North Carolina head head schools open and we roll students we did the same thing with hurricane in Houston in twenty seventeen I thank them the main thing is is parent needs to make sure they're in touch with their school local school administrator to figure out whether or not they feel their child is safe and there are other options up yet there are virtual online programs exist in the country we run them others others other companies too as well but the the thing is most important we don't want our kids to suffer any more from the anxiety associated with what may be going on internationally by missing out on school well I I agree with you and I think the online charters especially maybe an answer for parents who don't want their kids going to a Petri dish every day if they if they are concerned about that the other concern I want to raise and I know you may not be able to address this directly but in many of the public schools I've heard from parents who say something happened at school today that was a threat I know a threat against the school and when they finally identify the person who made that threat or if there was a threat by a student against other students they're often told by the schools were not going to tell you which student made that threat do you have a feeling that that's going to be the same answer that if you have one of these days we have somebody a kid who has corona virus and is identified when parents call the schools I think they're going to get the silent treatment from school administrators we're gonna say well yeah there was there was somebody here with corona virus but we're not going to tell you who it was and they're going to say that's not a medical privacy your student privacy even though being able ask your child are you in the same classes this student is is going to be a way for them to feel feel reassured do you want to bet that the school administrators are going to tell parents about that or that they're going to keep parents in the dark that's a fair point large and I'm going to save you know schools have to be concerned we run schools so we all are concerned about privacy issues of course but I'm sure there's a growing safety challenge that many parents face nearly half of the calls that we did on our Roman lines or from Kate from parents whose kids are bullied and abolition of those enrollment call center within five or ten minutes of them talking with our agents or teams they the parents break down in tears we've got a lot of fears out there that our parents are facing and the one benefit of it being in a fully online program or blended program when they make the school site a couple days a week is that the kids can continue to be educated while they're at home and it helps to allay some of the parents fears so I can't guarantee in the end under the circumstances you outline whether or not the school would be in a position to fully inform pairs of names of people they should be informed about the overall threat but I think parents choice and parent power me said parents should have options available in the event that they don't feel comfortable with the learning environment said he is currently chairman I agree with you on all that it's just that you know if I came to work and the boss said Hey I I work on one floor of a building is nineteen thousand square feet I often don't have contact with many of the people on this floor if I came to work on day and said Hey somebody here has corona viruses A. O. who is it if they told me I'd say I haven't seen that person in days so I would be able to be reassured that ball denied may not you know I don't have to be concerned that I had direct contact with that person I don't work near them or I don't share the same office space that sort of thing but I don't think we're gonna afford kids or their parents the same kind of opportunity it seems really stupid foolish because if you could do that perhaps you could avoid having all the parents they will I'm not going to take a chance I'm pulling my kid out of that school if you won't tell me is that child in the classroom with my child and and if they won't do that I think they're really short changing the parents are not equipping them with the information and you know we I'm angry that China kept a lot of these secret far longer than they should have they kept it secret from their own population and they kept it secret from the rest of the world and I think I can actually say accurately the Chinese government lied to the rest of the world now of course the World Health Organization is you know because in their backside all day long I don't know why but they're sick China's done a spectacular job they kept their own public in the dark during the lunar new year celebrations and they'd actually been honest with them they want to said not a good idea to go out during the celebrations because mixing with big crowds is a way to get as of today eighty two thousand people sick and probably a much bigger than number than that I don't want our own country to behave the same way and then use an excuse like privacy to say we can't share with you the information would actually tell you if your you know if your kids are at risk or not yeah I think that's fair point sonic clearly suppressed the information to their public to the public at large internally and externally and I do think that knowledge is power so parents should be able to gain access to information about whether or not there's a legitimate threat in their school and our community one thing that I think parents should be in touch with his local health officials in their jurisdiction in their accounting in their city and their state because they often will will freely share information about whether not there's a legitimate threat in that general area and then I also think that you know pair should look at it options if there's any had any doubt or question you may not get everything you want in terms of real time information from schools but I think an educated consumer maybe it is like it is apparent is is the best best course of action they should pair should be aggressively reaching out to local health officials and school officials and central office and school administrations to make sure they get answers and there are other education options available for them if need be in fact I almost think for parents imagine if your kid has corona virus for whatever reason I think it would be fair to all the other parents have you as a parent said you know what if my kid has the disease were gonna take care of it but I want a quick parents with the proper information maybe in this case parents will actually have to work around the school and in you know by being honest if your child had corona virus you want to call your friends and say look you're Boyer your girl was over our house the other day now we know my son or daughter has grown a virus okay we're going to take care of it we want you to get your child checked as well so that we can be abundantly safe that way the parents worth kids most at risk can actually go in and check with their family physician an anticipated but I have a feeling that the the public schools are not going to be very much help Kevin thank you so so much for coming on thanks for what you do add to K. twelve Inc online charter schools imagine how attractive that's going to be if we get anything like the outbreaks that we've seen in China and are starting to see in Korea and in Italy and in Japan you're listening to the Lars Larson show coming up the red flag gun bill law in New Mexico.

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WDRC

03:40 min | 2 years ago

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"On the LARs Larson show, which is used to serve talk radio is what was it. You were saying about my, wow that strong, and it's good. And I appreciate you support. Honestly, provocative talk of very big deal with. Don't sit yet. This. Here's LARs Larson. Guys. I look out into the crowd. I just wish that the families of gun violence in this city got this much attention because that's who really deserves the amount of attention that we're giving to this particular incident is the Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson speaking about the jussie smollet case which ended with last night's rest and today's indictment of jussie smollet. He has he's now been indicted relatively minor crimes in the great scheme of things disorderly conduct. Although it does carry a felony treatment. Which means that if he's convicted he could in theory spend up to three years in prison. Welcome to the LARs Larson show. Glad to be with you and glad to take your phone calls on this conspiracy theory Thursday night. We've also got a Twitter poll up, and I don't mind at all if you vote in that should just see small ED's faked hate crime send him to jail because you realize there's a very good chance here that if he decides to go the plea deal. This man who faked not only a threatening letter against himself. That was apparently created by him or some of his confederates the two Nigerian brothers that he enlisted in this fake set of crimes, but also he staged the well, he staged the physical attack that he claimed happen jussie smollet on the twenty ninth of January claiming that he he had been attacked that he'd been attacked as he was walking to a sandwich shop during a polar vortex. When it was about ten degrees outside in Chicago. And that he was attacked for all of sixty seconds the time when he wasn't on camera. Although apparently, he had planned that he would be on camera, and that he planned to draw sympathy to himself, and as identified by the Chicago police superintendent, man, whose voice you just heard a moment ago that he had planned to draw sympathy for himself because he didn't think he was making enough money. Well, we've looked up his net worth it said that he is at least a millionaire. He is thirty six years old. He's an actor on a popular television show and by all accounts, somebody in that position. Who is gay who is black? Who is good looking who is telegenic who is well-spoken? You can imagine the kind of career he might have enjoyed in America. I've a feeling that that career is all but over at this point, although these days nothing would surprise me the NFL decided to keep dealing with Colin Kaepernick and Nike decided to keep him on as an image to promote their products. So I wouldn't take a bet the jussie smollet will not appear in front of a camera. Again, I think it's going to happen, but he has done serious damage to himself. He's also done serious damage to all of those people who are legitimate victims of crimes that are inspired by their race, religion, national origin, physical disability sexual preference and all the rest. So I'm gonna ask you straight out should Jesse small heads. Faked hate crime, send him to jail. I think he needs to do some time behind bars my answer to that would be yes. And tonight's Twitter poll can be found at LARs Larson show on Twitter. Lars, Larson dot com website, everything there is free except the LARs Larson show challenge. Coincidence made made by and actually benefit a.

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WDRC

01:46 min | 2 years ago

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"To LARs Larson show. It's a pleasure to be with you. And I'm always bland to get to your calls, which I will get to shortly at eight six six eight LARs that's eight six six four three nine five to seven seven emails. Go to talk and LARs Larson dot com, you know, giving companies a tax break to come to your town. That's been a tool used by cities and counties and states for a long long time. But is it finally getting to a point where it's doing some real damage to us? I think you heard me talking about this a few weeks ago when we were talking a couple of months ago when we were talking about Amazon and its efforts to launch a second headquarters, they finally launched two of them one in New Jersey and one outside Washington DC in Virginia. And then there's the Foxconn deal in Wisconsin and a deal that it may actually show why some of these things can be a not just foolish, but damaging to individuals citizens as well, Matthew Mitchell is a senior research. Fellow and director of the project for the study of American capitalism at the Mercatus center at the Mercatus center at George George Mason University sorry about that Matthew. It's good to have you back on the program. Thanks so much for having me, you bet. So let's talk about this deal. Because when the president I talked about this that Foxconn, which is a major manufacturer in China was talking about building a massive new factory in Wisconsin. And I'm sure it was very attractive deal. The problem is they made a lot of promises. The local government said great will help you with it. And then they went out and used eminent domain, and what did they do to people? Yeah. So at this point they've already acquired an enormous amount of property via eminent domain. So they've taken one thousand two hundred acres from.

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WDRC

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"lars larson" Discussed on WDRC

"On the LARs Larson show, which is conservative talk radio. Is this loud? It's strong, and it's good. And I appreciate your support. Honestly, provocative talk. This is a very big deal with. You're listening to the bombastic loudmouths on the radio and television and the internet to hell with them fears LARs Larson, come back to the LARs Larson show. The news media's been laying off employees left and right in some quarters. Not here at this show. Is this a sign the anti Trump newspapers? And other news media are kind of running out of Bank. We'll talk about that in a bit. The state prohibits the death penalty for convicted criminals, but how does it treat the unborn? We're talking about one state in particular, and the billionaire Koch brothers could afford to hire just about anybody they want. So why are they now advocating that business should hire ex convict and take a moment to cast a vote. My Twitter poll at LARs Larson dot com. And at LARs Larson show. Here's the question tonight. Would we all be better off if immigrants all immigrants assimilated into America? This is based on a story the Tom broker. Comment that Tom Brokaw made over the weekend. He then within hours was tweeting an apology saying that he was so sorry that he had said that Hispanic Americans or Hispanics living in America should work harder at a simulation. Would we all be better off if all immigrants assimilated into the culture of America, my answer? That would be. Yes. Apparently, Tom Brokaw's answer was. Yes. For a while. And then I'm sorry. I even brought up the subject was his comment later on. And that he was so sorry that he had even raise the issue. That's right. He ran up against the.

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WDRC

01:48 min | 2 years ago

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"LARs Larson. President Trump is announced that he is going to pull all of our troops out of sure I told you that I would tell you when I disagreed with President Trump. I think there were making the same kind of mistakes that I rightly criticized President Obama for making back when he pulled all the troops out of Iraq is general said don't do it on on Trump's generals and said don't do it. And as a result, we've got ISIS. Weeknights nine to midnight on the talk of Connecticut, w w w w. Hey, it's LARs Larson. Great to be with you right here on the talk of Connecticut, w DRC WFAN G at W, m w. We can forge a new beginning for America. Larson show on the LARs Larson show, which is used to serve talk radio loud. It's strong, and it's good. And I appreciate your support. Honestly, provocative talk. This is a very big deal with LARs Larson. You're listening to the bombastic loudmouths on the radio and television and the internet to hell with them. Peers LARs Larson. Do you believe President Trump is a racist? Yeah. Yeah. When you look at the words that he uses which are historic dog whistles of white supremacy. When you look at how he reacted to the Charlottesville incident where Neo Nazis murdered a woman versus how he manufacturers crises like immigrants seeking legal refuge on our borders. Is it's night and day. Like,.

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WDRC

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"lars larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Peers LARs Larson. Welcome back to the LARs Larson show. Brad Kavanagh almost lost his job on the supreme court over an accusation from his childhood should CNN fire. A reporter who made some hateful remarks that many of us would disparage or disagree with but you can verified from just a few years ago or CNN right to defend advice, and all those isn't crazy things. She said in college and employment website is being accused of gender discrimination is prejudice. Or is that just marketing? Our tech expert will join us to talk about that. And the Trump administration has been accused of deporting nothing, but Mexicans but a reality star from Italy recently found out that is not the case. And by the way, take a moment to cast a vote. My Twitter poll at LARs Larson dot com. And at LARs Larson show, our Twitter poll question tonight, should social media platforms be held responsible. If people use those platforms to fund terrorism, we're talking about a specific case identified. By memory, which is the Middle Eastern media research institute points out that telegram, and what's up are being used to collect money to supply fighters in Syria with military hardware drones and that sort of thing as well as weapons food and clothing for fighters and for their families. I understand that those groups may go out and try and raise that money in federal law. It's described as the crime of providing material support to terrorism, and it can be as broad as simply sending first aid kits to terrorists. You're not allowed to do any of that, nor are you allowed as an American citizen to contribute any money to groups that do that. I think the social media platforms at choose to publish that should be held responsible. Now in yesterday's Twitter poll, I asked you this should people falsely accused of sexual assault be reimbursed for legal fees involved to college students, male and female who had been consensually involved at each other. And then the young lady. Decided that she regretted that involvement and she accused the young man of sexual assault. He was finally cleared of the charge. But it cost him twelve thousand dollars. Should he do the university or the young lady who made the false accusation pay the Bill I said, yes, they should be reimbursed for those fees. So did ninety three percent of you only seven percent of you said, no NAR Twitter poll can be found in voted.

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WDRC

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"lars larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Lars larson welcome back to the lars larson show is my great pleasure to have with me dr daniel gordon who's the author of israel a concise history of asia reborn and we've been talking about the history of this country and i admit my full on bias i i think that israel should be able to remain a state remain a jewish state and be america's greatest ally in the middle east the problem is that there are some thorny issues involved in this and even some american politicians don't really understand in fact i you probably recall because you made aliya what in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight you've been gone from the united states for for not quite twenty years exactly yeah and and you remember american politicians who don't understand what the right of return is get themselves in trouble so would you mind giving my audience a little bit of a primer on one of the what the right of return actually refers to and whether or not if if you were to sign off on the kinds of things that the palestinians and others want from israel that israel would probably within a generation or two ceased to be a jewish state would be just one more muslim state in the middle east well that's quite right before we get to the issue of the law of return we have to ask ourselves why did the jewish people want to have the state in the first place name why this passage rives and never went away to create an independent entity in a part of the world is hardly hospitable and hardly welcoming what was the urgency i think the way to think about it is to understand what the jewish people wanted to do in their in central homeland was reimagined themselves to recreate themselves to think your new what it would be like to create a society in which jewish people didn't live at the behest of anyone else you know in england and solve ninety they decided they didn't want any jews and boom the jews were kicked out in fourteen ninety two spanish decided they didn't want any jews and jews either kicked out or burned at the stake we all know what happened in germany and then i'm kim thirties which was a place for juicy about was their final destination that was there really great great home of all time other jewish people decided they didn't want to live that way any more than the nineteen thirties and the forties there were quite literally ships sailing the seas filled with hundreds of jews that had nowhere to dog just two quick examples when was the saint louis that had eight hundred nine hundred people on board set sail from germany as the holocaust was beginning every person on that ship had purchased a completely legal visa to cuba the when the ship got to cuba the cubans decided they didn't want a whole bunch of jews the turns north and it got within ninety nautical miles of the united states of america united states that wanna a bunch of jews on that ship either so simply turned away eventually after a long story made its way back to europe and about a quarter of the people on the boat actually went to concentration camps died in gas chambers and were incinerated in those furnaces another both that set sail from romania called the screw up also about seven hundred people that was supposed to be a threeday sale long story short it broke down outside and nobody would take the turks one take it the british win allowed into palestine and eventually the church towed it back into the black seeing this let it sit there and a soviet submarine sank it and only one person out of the seven hundred or something survived i mentioned those two ships because they're a way of kind of capturing what the existential condition of the jewish people was not all that long ago you know in the lifetimes of many people listening to our conversation that was the reality now you you can understand the law return law return says that any jewish person who wants to come to israel knows that she or he automatically can have citizenship it was the.

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NewsRadio1620

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lars larson" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Exactly and that's why i'm supporting her i i've taken some flak for supporting her but i have already voted for i know that somebody friends and family members are going to and if you haven't voted yet if you're out here in the second congressional district i would strongly urge you if you're registered republican devote for sure nail don't vote for the same old people that you've always voted for you know she has my endorsement she has lars larson's endorsement you know i think she's gonna do right by us she was in the assembly she was the only one that was would stand tall and proud and say no i'm not voting for all get another tax in greece i'm gonna do the right thing and you know here's the thing i used to be a democrat and and she'd left a flyer on my door years ago and i read it and i thought you know i really liked this lady i'm tired of democrats they become the party of the criminal the pervert and the illegal alien and the rhinos or no oh better and it's time to get rid of the rhinos in both for a real conservative i i'm glad to see that happen as long as would those retiring republicans we don't end up with democrats replacing them and the shift in power that could happen if that happens you know that the blue wave that was predicted by the democrats did not occur in california the other day it was more of a mixed result i think even the democrats realized that where they had planned to take you know showed that they were going to be very very powerful the fact that were more excited about voting than they are and what i'd site in that case greg thanks for the call there's a brand new rasmussen poll out and what looked at was the turnout.

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KVNT Valley News Talk

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"lars larson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Welcome back to the lars larson show a judge says the donald trump can't block people on twitter but what do you think she'll do when people start making comments on her twitter account we'll be talking about that tonight a woman arrested for driving intoxicated and then she claimed the arresting officer assaulted her but it wasn't true and by the way it was shown to be true by video shot by the body cam on the cop which is one of the reasons that a lot of us including me think that it's a great idea to have all police equipped with body cams when they're on duty and i think that supreme court ruling on arbitration is pro employee i'll discuss that with a law professor a little bit later on tonight i'd like you to take a moment to cast a vote in my twitter poll you'll find that at lars larson dot com also at lars larson show on twitter should the police be able to use facial recognition software to find criminals it's a new kind of technology created by amazon called wreck recognition recognition spelled with a k but in this case it uses artificial intelligence to look at pictures and identify objects people scenes and more from images or video at least one law enforcement agency in america is using it already and they say it's been so popular they use it roughly twenty times a day voting and a quarter in the twitter poll i would answer yes they should be able to use it you can find it at lars larson show and it's brought to you by amac the association of mature american citizens amac has the kind of conservative values i believe in if you'd like to join the group i've been a member of for years go to amacus or call eight eight eight two six.

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WDRC

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"lars larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Lars larson welcome back to the lars larson show happy wednesday and welcome to honestly provocative talk radio for the united states of america glad to have you with me but i'll tell you something i cannot wait to see the real donnybrook of a fight that's going to happen between president donald trump who says he plans to put troops on the border he says in this case he's clarified yesterday to say that he means national guard although i have an idea for him that i'd like to share with you but already there's at least one of america's fifty governors a tried and true liberal named kate brand who says she won't let it happen she's not going to allow the president to send those national guard troops to the border well i think you're kinda spitting into the wind governor brown because you don't have that power once the president nash are sorry federalize is about say nationalized but federalize is those troops you don't control them anymore they are under the control of the commander in chief of the united states so you can talk bravely about how you won't allow it but you might wanna check the rules you're gonna find out that you don't have that authority and this is the kind of foolishness we get i can't wait to see what jerry brown has to say about it and some of the other liberal governors around the united states who somehow think they have control over national guard troops have been federalized and when we send those troops to the border i would like to take the show on the road down there a like to do at least a couple of days on the border and get a chance to talk to some of those young men and women and watch what they do because i think this is one of the best solution short of the congress coming to its senses and funding.

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NewsRadio1620

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"lars larson" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Welcome back to the lars larson show it's a pleasure to be with you and you know that this weekend is the big game super bowl so there's some questions we've talked tonight about funding of stadiums and things like that but with super bowl weaken can on the horizon the news is ramped up negative news on football injuries and concussions but how do americans really feel about violence in the nfl i think we might be a bit surprised dan mcginn joins me now founder four passions in america cofounder of passions in america and a national cultural trend expert dan welcome to the program how are you very nice thank you so tell me this how how are americans about football being less violent i suspect that they kind of want the violence to stay in the game and while you're good at what you do they do want the violence and look um you know we have to be careful here it's not that people are indifferent to injuries it's not that they are unaware it's not that they wouldn't like players protective somewhat but they don't want rules changes they don't want regulators i don't want some hand uh to come over the game and take away what they love about the game so we asked people for example would you favour having no kickoffs or the by six to one margin they said absolutely not no way they want the kickoff there have been they want it they want the path they want to kick off the want the energy well they won the the violence of the game now they're happy to have somebody figure out a better helmet or some other things we asked them uh you know would you may sound probably would you favour game where we don't play with helmets because there's a lot of science that says how much give players a false sense of security get your head injuries and rugby for example and players didn't have that sense as you clearly it'd be more careful protect themselves people saying no way we want this getting the way it is they like it with the helmet so you've got some protection uh and i i'm with you i think sometimes they helmet's might give you a false sense of security uh back.

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NewsRadio1620

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"lars larson" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Other way to her crimes and donald trump will never get near the oval office that's at least what they believed anyway let's go to samuel a samuel welcome to the lars larson show what's on your mind um my opinion when it comes to this coming from a communist country which was uh when into shambles is that if you don't hold those people responsible they're gonna continue to do the same thing and we're gonna have a big problem in the future i agree with you so how do we hold them responsible when there are so many people who believe that they can get away with it and are willing to cover for the other people who do get away with it hello dottie so the justice department to deal with 'cause i wish i could do i could say do this or that but they know exactly what they need to do well i think they do know what they need to do but we just been talking about the fact that jeff sessions is not at all it behaving the way he behaved as a united states senator and a lot of us who thought wow sessions he's been tough on immigration law he's been tough on the rule of law he's going to get in there is attorney general and he's going to actually make things happen and it didn't happen and i i just for the life of me do not understand what is going on there anyway glad to have you with me if you wanna jump into the best conversation a talk journalism is right here every night on the lars larson joe you know i'm the bearer of good news whenever i can be your regular fountain of optimism so i paid to break it to you but the bad news is that you're probably more vulnerable to tax fraud today than ever before you remember that echo facts breach the one the compromise the personal info of one half of all you us adults the courts can use that info to file a return in your.

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NewsRadio1620

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"lars larson" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Welcome back to the lars larson show at first amendment friday glad to be with you all give acura call shortly doctor henry miller joins me the robert wesson fellow in scientific philosophy in public policy at the hoover institution and a contributor for forbes dog common national review dot good to have you back on great to be with your lawyer so it's always pay before we talk about salmon sales i want to tell you about a phone call i just got dot 'cause you know that i'm a technology guy i love technology that may not know much about it just love what it can do and i don't think it's the solution everything you know there's not a pill for everything and nor is technology to be on end all but doc i been tracking this story for fifteen years there was a man an fifteen years ago who own the big air air shipment air cargo company and and did very well for himself and he decided to turn a 747 into a firefighting plane and he developed the technology it was fantastic and the government would never hire him and remember this and jump some backyard garage entrepreneur he's he's a guy who's in the air playing business and flew 747 or had 747 flying all over the globe delivering cargo for the military and for private companies as well well he developed this his company he finally passed away his company's assets were bought by a company out of colorado springs called global supertanker and i've been telling the story to my listeners were while that they they have this plain little hold two three five as much as six times as much waters law those firefighting airtankers that you see over the fires right now it's gigantic its it will hold almost twenty thousand gallons of water and they have been fighting to try and get.

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NewsRadio1620

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"lars larson" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Welcome back to lars larson show it's a pleasure to be with you for first amendment friday i wanna tell you where i am we've never done to show from the tacoma convention center and we have until this year done a show from triggered now we've gone to shot show with this is the northwest version of shot show and i want to tell you what's here a just a few of the things are a lot of top selling authors here were very popular because many of them are former military they're very knowledgeable about what they write about some right fiction some right nonfiction six hours here crimson traces here great north company that pioneered the use of lasers in pistols i have six are are sorry crimson trace lasers on many of my pistols even downrange baby a company that makes bags for carrying diaper bags because i'm a grandad now so you got to carry baghdad his diapers and formula and all that in it and of course rainier arms is here and there then behind rainier arms and a man who created trigger khan is standing in front of me john wong mr belong it's good to meet chu and it's good to be at your event today i'm the one who should be honoured because you're lars larson everybody knows who you are all that old nobody those y you're very generous but listen all i do is talk and my audience reminds me of that you're just talking you don't actually donating you make firearms we do make some fire ours will we really do as we are distributors of firearms that's what were really know for were kinda like the amazon and the firearm space especially high end a arson and highend pistols things like that and we're really excited about trigger con because not only because i started the firearms business out of my basement and i had no money at all to get started it evolved in i learn how to do marketing and things and if it became a marketing company a called the fence marketing group and from that became triggered conso lots of evolve evolution of of.

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