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Fresh update on "larson" discussed on John McCulloch

John McCulloch

00:33 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "larson" discussed on John McCulloch

"General Motors will continue with their investment into Cola Corporation despite the controversy that has led to the resignation of CEO Trevor Milton earlier this month and gold it was accused of fraud and the U. S. Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission are both investigating the claims. Former GM executive Steve Girsky has been appointed CEO of the company. Ah, former Michigan Supreme Court justices gaining attention as a possible nominee to replace you, a Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday. President Trump has said in the past that federal appellate court judge Joan Larson could be nominated for a Supreme Court position. Trump commented on Fox and friends on Monday that he was considering a great one from Michigan for the position. We update traffic and weather four times an hour. I'm Scott Bradley of the Patriot F M one a 1.5 and AM 1400. This is Nash to Susa. My latest film Trump Card is an expose of the socialism, corruption and gangsterism that defines the modern Democratic Party. My film reveals what's unique about modern socialism. Whose behind it, Why it's evil and how we can stop it. Order your DVD and video on demand today be among the first to.

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Michigan AG says she opposes filling Supreme Court vacancy before the election

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 1 d ago

Michigan AG says she opposes filling Supreme Court vacancy before the election

"Mr. Gunn Attorney General Dana Nessel says the appointment for the replacement of late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should be made by the newly elected president on November 3rd. Whomever that may be, She says that the Republican led Senate Should not allow the president to nominate his pic unless he wins the presidential election this fall. Many of the potential nominee is that the president has talked about in the past. Are frankly, so far to the right that it will hit the balance of the court to make it extremely conservative for really what could be generations to come. She also says we could be seeing a rollback on important decisions made in the past by the Supreme Court, depending on who's appointed, whether that involves, you know, reproductive rights for women voting rights, racial justice, environmental rights. I mean, the list really goes on and nine. Among those rumored to be a potential candidate is former Michigan Supreme Court Justice Joan Larson, who's currently a federal judge.

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Fresh update on "larson" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:43 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "larson" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"The brunt of the pandemic. The county is expected to eventually recoup most of the estimated 68,000 jobs lost this year due to the outbreak. University of Michigan economist Dr Gabriel Ehrlich admits the big unknown right now is that potential impact of a possible second wave this winter as the weather starts turning colder as schools are reopening as more economic activity moves indoors. I think there's a real question about what's going to happen, and I think we would be the first to admit that we don't know Oakland County's receiving $219 Million in federal cares Act funding. $75 million of which has now been distributed to nearly 10,000 small businesses Countywide. President Trump today on Fox and friends talking about when he'll be announcing his nominee for the Supreme Court, CBS News correspondent Deborah that's Debra Alfa Rone has more from the White House. President. Trump says he'll name a Supreme Court replacement for the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg. This week. We will have probably services On Thursday or Friday. As I understand it, I think you know all due respect. We should wait till the service is over for Justice Ginsburg and so we're looking probably a Friday or maybe Saturday, CBS News has learned. Two of the top contenders are U. S Court of Appeals judges Amy Cockney Barrett and Barbara Lagoa. The president now is hoping the Senate will vote to confirm that pic before Election Day. At the State Department. Defense Secretary Mark Esper is joining other Cabinet members announcing new sanctions against Iran. Coupled with an executive order signed today by the president, which is aimed at bringing other nations into compliance. Today's executive order will further disrupt Iranian efforts to import and proliferate conventional weapons. Helping protect US forces, our allies and partners and civilian populations until Iran complies with international norms. U N Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez says the United Nations will not be supporting reimposing sanctions on Iran. Wall Street's That's Wall Street's. It was a pretty rough day when it comes to the financial sector. CBS News correspondent Jim Crow Sula is explaining why stock prices of several major banks have fallen sharply today after a report alleging they're involved in rampant money laundering. The report from an international group of investigative journalist say the banks continued a profit from illicit dealings with disreputable people and criminal networks, despite previous warnings from regulators. It was a pullback of more than 500 points for Dow Industrials. Deeper dive into your money is coming up. It's 6 55 with Bloomberg business. Dearborn police, meantime, are investigating the murder of a 26 year old man. The victim was found last night in a home along Holly Streets that's near Dixon Vernier. He had been shot and then died at the hospital. Detectives are now seeking information about a suspect or suspects. Anyone with information should contact Dearborn police. A state building, previously named after a slave owner now bears the name of two former state legislators who led efforts to her for Michigan's civil rights laws. Governor Gretchen Whitmer and other state officials unveiling the new sign in a ceremony in Lansing, marking the first time in state history. A state building is named after an African American woman. Formerly known as the Louis cast Building. That building will now be called the Elliot Larson Building, representative Daisy Elliot's In Detroit Democrat Mel Larson in Oakland County Republican sponsored the 1977 civil rights acts that prohibited discrimination. Still to come on. NewsRadio, 9 50. We're raising money for Detroit, pal. We've been doing so all day long. Why stop now We're going to have more on that just after traffic and weather together. W W J News Times. 6 38. We're going to hit the roads and start with some good news. Katie Yes, excellent news. The.

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DOJ Charges Chinese Nationals With Hacking More Than 100 Companies

Lars Larson

00:44 sec | 4 d ago

DOJ Charges Chinese Nationals With Hacking More Than 100 Companies

"Against several Chinese nationals who the government accuses of hacking. The Department of Justice and FBI announcing three indictments alleged hacking scheme by part of a group known as a PT 41, loosely tying to the Chinese government that allegedly targeted 100 U. S companies that collectively charge five Chinese nationals with computer hacking. And charged to Malaysian nationals for helping some of those hackers target victims. Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rose in the five Chinese nationals now wanted the Malaysian nationals arrested with officials seeking extradition. Federal prosecutors say they've also been working with American companies like Microsoft and Facebook and efforts to thwart continued hacking attempts. Jeff Man, also

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Congressional Inquiry Faults Boeing And FAA Failures For Deadly 737 Max Plane Crashes

Morning Edition

03:54 min | 5 d ago

Congressional Inquiry Faults Boeing And FAA Failures For Deadly 737 Max Plane Crashes

"Congressional inquiry inquiry has has found found damning damning evidence evidence of of failures failures at at both both Boeing Boeing and and at at the the Federal Federal Aviation Aviation Administration Administration in in the the development development and and certification certification of of the the 7 7 37 37 Max, Max, the report says. Thes failures contributed to to Mac's plane crashes, killing 346 people NPR's David Shaper. The House Transportation Committee investigation finds that there was no singular technical floor pilot failure that led to the deadly 7 37 Max. Plane crashes in Indonesia in October of 2018 in Ethiopia the following March. Instead, it describes the circumstances that led up to them almost like a perfect storm, calling it the horrific culmination of a series of faulty technical assumptions by Boeing's engineers. The lack of transparency on the part of Boeing's management and grossly insufficient oversight by the FAA. The report details Boeing's flawed design of a new automated flight control system on the plane and mistakes and using outdated and faulty assumptions of pilot response, as well as a culture of concealment. Keeping information from the FAA, its customers and the pilots who would fly the plane. There's something that came out of this that's just mind boggling. House Transportation Committee Chairman Peter DeFazio oversaw the inquiry and says What's mindboggling is that both bowing in the FAA contend they followed proper procedures. And found the 7 37 Max to be compliant. That's the bureaucratic word it was compliant, but the problem is, it was compliant and not safe and people died. The report also details how Boeing employees were under enormous pressure to keep costs down in the plane on schedule. Aviation subcommittee chairman Rick Larson says misguided priorities have senior management drove a number of troubling decisions. In one case, senior management went as far as selling countdown clocks in conference rooms. Making clear to Matt employees meeting production timelines. Rather than safety was a top priority. The congressional investigation is one of many into what caused the Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines 7 37 Max Plane crashes. Christine Negroni is an aviation journalist and author of the book The Crash detectives, and she says, while much of this information isn't new in the hole, what is to me astonishing about the report? Is the death of the sickness and the deep history off both FAA and Boeing, knowing that there were problems with the redesign of this airliner. And the obliviousness of both parties and recognizing that this was a problem that needed to be addressed. Another thing too grown, he finds remarkable is that a number of people did raise safety concerns about the 7 37 Max, but those were either inadequately addressed or just dismissed by bowing. Many of them never seeing the light of day of the F A. A. And that's an especially painful realization for the families of those who died in the max crashes. It angers us to see how how much going did to cover this up and how much f a A has done. To help them cover it up. Michael Stew, Mo's daughter, 24 year old Samuel arose. Stew Moa was on the plane that crashed last year in Ethiopia. He believes evidence in this report now shows that the first plane crash in Indonesia was preventable but then covering up to keep the max in the air after the lion air crash. So that it crashed again and Ethiopian killed. My daughter was unforgivable. In a statement of Boeing spokesman says the company has learned many hard lessons from the plane crashes and its mistakes. And has made fundamental changes to the company's safety, culture and protocols as a result. How's Transportation Committee is now drafting legislation to improve FAA oversight and certifying planes. Senate Committee is expected to take up its own FAA reform bill later today.

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Hurricane Sally threatens Gulf Coast with "historic" flooding

Lars Larson

00:29 sec | 5 d ago

Hurricane Sally threatens Gulf Coast with "historic" flooding

"Suddenly threatens the northern Gulf Coast with historic flooding some areas between Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle could get up to 30. Use of rain Hurricane Sally churning at two MPH slower than most people want folks along the Gulf Coast starting to experience Tropical Storm force gusts. On the biggest concern is the expected marathon rain event boxes ASHA Hosni in Mississippi. Sally's likely to make landfall Wednesday near Mobile Bay, Alabama,

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Google and Twitter vow to block voting misinformation

Jeff Wagner

00:26 sec | Last week

Google and Twitter vow to block voting misinformation

"Changes as we head into the final stretches of the presidential elections in Legans, Andy Larson tells Wisconsin's morning news Twitter says it will remove false and misleading information about voting claims that might be misleading. About results off the outcome of voting, for instance, which could influence people haven't voted yet, Larsen says. Google says it will remove Ants from sites featuring deep fake videos Jane Matt there W T

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White House asked DOJ to defend Trump in defamation case

Lars Larson

00:54 sec | Last week

White House asked DOJ to defend Trump in defamation case

"Deal happens frequently. That's the reaction of Attorney General William Bar to criticism over the Justice Department's move to take over the defense of President Trump in a defamation lawsuit. E. Jean Carel, a former columnist for Elle magazine, is suing the president for calling her a liar. She claims that before he was president, Trump sexually assaulted her in a store dressing room. But because the response to the lawsuit occurred while in office, the justices Moment, says the president should be defended as a federal employee, Bar says all the criticism is just politics. This was a normal application of the law. The law is clear. It is done frequently, some legal experts say. While it's common for DOJ to defend federal employees, it's very unusual that the defendant is the president and that the incident in question happened years earlier, a judge has ruled the case can't move forward. Carol's lawyers are asking for a DNA sample with box

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Chicago Weekend Weather

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:51 sec | Last week

Chicago Weekend Weather

"Matter, with the forecast it for 15. Goodbye. Rosecrans Health Network Network accurate, accurate, There's There's Bob Bob Larson. Larson. The The chancellor's chancellor's seven seven ineffective ineffective seven seven o'clock o'clock tomorrow tomorrow morning, morning, Claudia Claudia the the rest rest with with Santa Santa tuned tuned into into this this evening evening with with the the cool cool breeze breeze along along with with Sabrina. Sabrina. Drizzle 68 for live for the rest of tonight. Staying quality. A stray shower below 59 clouds, Perhaps a few breaks of sunshine Tomorrow I of the upper sixties near 70. Cloudy on Saturday Cup of the showers and likely might be a thunderstorm Saturday afternoon. I 73 but Sunday looks nice, partly to mostly sunny by 76. We'll see sunny, pleasant weather Monday and Tuesday on one day 74 up to 79 on Tuesday, but lakefront temperatures 63 but weighs 64 0. Here's 63 a Juliet did 66 wacky weather meteorologist. Sidebars on Chicago's weather station. News

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Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler moving out of condo after violent protest

Lars Larson

00:13 sec | 2 weeks ago

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler moving out of condo after violent protest

"You saw Mayor Wheeler is moving out of his his apartment. Whatever it is in Portland instead of stopping the violence, he's moving away from it because he can I mean, just

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Facebook to Limit Political Ads Week Before Election

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

Facebook to Limit Political Ads Week Before Election

"Stepping up efforts to combat disinformation ahead of the 2020 election, which now includes stopping new political ads in the final days of the campaign. In a letter to employees founder Mark Zuckerberg said the social media giant will not accept political ads in the week before the election will remove post Make untrue claims that people will get covert 19 if they vote will flag any post that make false claims about voting like saying lawful ways of voting will lead to fraud and will also not let any candidate declare victory before the final results are in. Zuckerberg noted in his letter that Facebook has a quote responsibility to protect our democracy, and he's worried that our nation is so divided. A delay in election results could lead to civil unrest has Brett Larson, meantime, the Facebook Messenger service will prevent a message from being forwarded. Two more than five people or groups at a time. A similar limit was already implemented on WhatsApp aimed at stopping the spread of harmful content and viral misinformation. After

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Philadelphia public school teacher worries about 'conservative' parents listening in on virtual classes

Lars Larson

04:42 min | Last month

Philadelphia public school teacher worries about 'conservative' parents listening in on virtual classes

"A teacher in Philadelphia that I find not surprising but unexpected that somebody would actually say it out loud. As you know, an awful lot of Americans are facing Ah, fall where their kids do not go back to government run bricks and mortar schools. They will do some on line or distance learning. I don't see the problem with that. In fact, I think having heard from parents who are doing that with their kids right now, and they were doing it even before China virus arrived, it'll actually be a better solution. The problem is the government run public schools populated with union represented teachers. They say. We don't want to do this because they realize that one's parents and students and taxpayers are given a choice. They may decide that the choice of distance learning work so well for their family that their kids never go back. To a bricks and mortar government school. And that's bad news for all those union represented teachers. Well, one teacher, the admission I mentioned a moment ago. This is the one that this teacher in Philadelphia and I have a feeling there's more than one out there Fact I'd love to get a call from one of them. He worries out loud. He tweeted out that he worries the conservative parents are going to listen in on some of the virtual classes. I mean, if your kids are learning at home, they're doing distance education, and you hear a teacher starting to shovel out. Ah lot of political propaganda. That some of the parents might actually object, and I hope they dio this guy Matthew Kay teaches English at the Science Leadership Academy, which is a public school in Philadelphia. Over the weekend, he tweeted out that he's concerned about the damage that parents might cause if they over here, lessons on topics like gender and sexuality and race. The daily wire reports. So far this fall. Virtual class discussions will have many potential Spectators, parents and siblings in the same room. Where will never be quite sure who's over overhearing the discourse? What does that do to our equity and inclusion work? He then described how conservative parents are his chief concern. Listen what he's worried about his teachers. There used to be able to shovel stuff into your kidsheads, and you never find out exactly what it is. You may have one or another child come home and say, Boy, the teacher went on a rant about Donald Trump today or went on a rant about black lives matter or went on a rant about sexuality. And the parent hears it. But there's no way to prove it. What happens when parents can actually hear the lessons? Frankly, I'd be happy if parents were able to hear all of the lessons that their kids are subject to. And if they find a reason to object to it, then, for goodness sake, call the school board called the superintendent and to say You can't do that to my kids. Parents should have the right to do that. And now that

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Fewer Americans filing for unemployment aid

Lars Larson

00:41 sec | Last month

Fewer Americans filing for unemployment aid

"More than a 1,000,000 Americans filing for jobless claims. But there are signs of hope. The Labor Department has released its latest reading on the job market, and though the losses are still huge, more than a 1,000,000 a week are losing their jobs. The numbers showing improvement from the previous week there were 1.18 million people filing for unemployment benefits for the first time last week, economists were expecting 1.4 million new claims. New claims have remained over a 1,000,000 a week, though down from the peak of six point Nine million in late March. The persistent high levels suggest Cos air still laying off workers in high numbers. The Labor Department's monthly employment report is released Friday morning.

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Rep. Matt Gaetz files criminal referral against Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

Lars Larson

03:20 min | Last month

Rep. Matt Gaetz files criminal referral against Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

"Facebook, and I'll have to admit I have a dog in the fight. In this case, we have a Facebook page. It's a number of years old. It's got quite a number of followers to it. Not as many as the big Hollywood celebrities, but Listen, I'm glad for every single one and we didn't buy one of them some people by their followers. I don't If people want to follow my Facebook page, that's fine. I think we put up good content there. But I do have a beef because Facebook has on occasion either Shut us down and not for anything that was untoward. Many times. They just say we don't know why it shut down. Your site just doesn't work. But there's a reason that conservatives do not trust Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg, I think broke the law when he told Congress that his company is politically neutral. Gateway Pundit Reports of Congress and Matt Gates today filed a criminal referral against Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. And why what crime did he commit? You lied to Congress under oath that is a federal crime gate cited Project Veritas undercover investigation that found two brave whistleblowers. And he sent a letter off to the US Attorney General Bill Bar, his press really said during a hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Committee and a joint hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee and the Senate Commerce Committee. Mr Zuckerberg repeated that's the head of Facebook, Of course, Mark Zuckerberg repeatedly and categorically denied that his company engaged in bias. Against conservative speech, persons policies or politics. He also denied Facebook censored and suppressed content that was supportive of President Donald Trump and other conservatives. In June of 2020 project Veritas published the results of an undercover investigation featuring two whistleblowers who worked his Facebook. Content moderators revealing that the overwhelming majority of content filtered by Facebook's A I artificial intelligence program was content in support of President Donald Trump. So in other words, they were filtering out pro trump content. They also filtered out content related to Republican candidates for office or conservatism in general oversight is an essential part of Congress's constitutional authority. I think that Mark Zuckerberg knows exactly what they're talking about. And if it is the CEO of Facebook, he doesn't know all he needs to do is call in the people in charge of content, moderation and say, Is there a pattern to what we are excluding? And is there a pattern to what we're including if he didn't do that before he went to talk to Congress? Then he did it deliberately. You know, if you know that you're going to talk to Congress and you say, what are they going to ask me about? Well, they're going to ask me about conservative content filtering. Great. I'm going to call in the heads of those various departments and I'm gonna ask him straight out. Are you filtering Mohr Conservative content. If you are, I need to know And if we are, then we need to either justified or Corrected one of the other if he kept himself deliberately ignorant of the facts of things going on inside his own company. That's not an excuse to lie to Congress. And maybe maybe this criminal referral will actually get his attention. By the way, I got this e

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Christopher Columbus statues temporarily removed in Chicago

Lars Larson

02:55 min | 2 months ago

Christopher Columbus statues temporarily removed in Chicago

"What's going on right now. In the last couple of hours in Chicago, you've seen the mayor of that city, Lori Lightfoot. Is she concerned about the dozens of people who get shot every weekend in the city? She is removing all the Christopher Columbus statues because she's concerned, she says about public safety. She's removing metal statues instead of removing the criminals who are killing people in her city every weekend. I, You know if she should just resign? I quite frankly, I'm embarrassed, Uh, at her actions. I mean, really their people should she tagged us to public safety Rhonda? She I'm not the one making the connection, she says, seeking to protect public safety. More. Mayor Lori Lightfoot removes Christopher Columbus statues from Chicago Parks until further notice, and then in the same voice. Says. We do not welcome federal law enforcement to come into our city and help us with our crime problem. You think she'd be begging for help? Well as a lawyer. You know what I like to be the next person who gets killed in Chicago to file a file a lawsuit against the city of Chicago and particularly name that that there has to be her wiggle out of her immunity because I've been successful and doing counties and them trying to use their immunity and county Supervisor's try to use their beauty and actually surviving 12 6 motions for that. No, she's publicly said it. She doesn't want federal help. She wants federal police there. So anybody who's harmed in her city. Rhonda. I'm not an attorney. I've just been on the fringes because I'm a reporter. So I've dealt with a lot of attorneys. But I think your idea is great. Even if you didn't win the suit, you get discovery. Imagine a civil lawsuit brought against a big city mayor, whether it's Seattle or Chicago or Portland or l A or whatever and say, OK, I want to see all the internal memoranda. When the police chief tells you mayor this weekend, we're going to Seymour. Dozens of people shot and the mayor's response his well. I'm going to tell the feds they should stay out of the city that's like a company being notified. We've gotta hazard here and the head of the company says Leave it there. If people get hurt too bad, and I think the discovery you know when you demand documents from them would be absolutely amazing. Absolutely. You sound like an attorney, because, yeah, that's what you have the fourth stability issue, and and that put them on notice which takes care of the foreseeability issue. Um, and they should be held accountable and discovery is always your friends and a lot of people who have things to hide. Don't like discovery. But you know to me. It sounds like a conspiracy. I mean, I think you could build, actually. Ah. Conspiracy case that the government is actually intentionally doing things to for a political agenda. That's not idiot. The agenda in the best interest of the people on DH there enduring it conspiracies with other other government enter entities and other

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The Washington Football Team will be named just that for the 2020 NFL season

Lars Larson

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

The Washington Football Team will be named just that for the 2020 NFL season

"The NFL's Washington franchise will be known as the Washington football team through the 2020 season. The team announcing earlier this month it was dropping the Redskins name, which was seen as a slur against Native Americans. The team is currently discussing a new name. Washington football team merchandise is expected to be available in the coming

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New York City Weather: Heatwave Continues, Thunderstorms In Forecast

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

New York City Weather: Heatwave Continues, Thunderstorms In Forecast

"Heat wave forecast now from meteorologist Bob Larson. Extreme heat stays with us the rest of today and remaining warm Tonight Partly cloudy sky lose 76 Heat Advisory runs till eight o'clock this evening. Hot begin tomorrow, but not as extreme as today and yesterday and a little less humid, Partly sunny. Tomorrow's high 92 about 88 for eye on Wednesday, and when that could be a shower of thunderstorm is currently 89 degrees in Irvington. It's 96 dork, 90 wanted but down, headed to a low tonight of 76 degrees.

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"larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:50 min | 2 months ago

"larson" Discussed on WDRC

"On the large Larson show, which is, you know, conservative talk radio. What was that You were saying about my voice? It's 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. Larson. Don't sit yet. You don't like this. Here's yours, Larson. Welcome back. Lars Larson, Joe. It's a pleasure to be with you on this Tuesday night, some big decisions being made by American voters in various states around this country, including the attempted comeback. Jeff Sessions, who's running against Tommy Tuberville in Alabama will talk about that. In just a moment. The tragic death of George Floyd has brought out BLM is true colors. Are they all peaceful as the protesters claim to be, Ah, and as the mainstream media claims or not, travellers coming from other countries are required to quarantine Should states do the same for travelers traveling between states With only four months until the presidential election on the China virus still looming? What changes will America Face this November. By the way, Hillary Clinton says she's concerned that Donald Trump won't quietly accept. The result of one of the election is well. Hillary Clinton has not quietly accepted the result of the 2016 election, and it's been almost four years. Is she being a bit hypocritical there and take a moment to cast a vote in my Twitter poll, you'll find it to places At Lars Larson Show on Twitter, Of course and Lars Larson. Dotcom are great website where everything is free. The streaming the podcast. The author links all of that. The only thing that might cause you bucker to those great challenge coins made by a veterans group in Georgia, Our Twitter poll tonight If the schools cannot reopen this fall, should the resource is instead go to parents. To find.

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Hollywood's Black List

Planet Money

11:33 min | 2 months ago

Hollywood's Black List

"Every year, fifty thousand movie scripts Tele plays other pieces of writer Lee stuff get registered with the Writers Guild of America fifty thousand most of which sucks, but a handful of which will become the movies that change our lives today on the show how a math! Loving movie nerd used a spreadsheet and an anonymous hotmail address to solve one of Hollywood's most fundamental problems, picking winners from a sea of garbage, and he may just have reinvented the power structure of Hollywood along the way. Support for this podcast and the following message come from OCTA A leader in identity driven security as the world shifts to a more remote work approach. Your employees need to securely access all your company data as well as connected thousands of applications, OCTA does just that empowering your employees to work remotely while also working smart, keeping their data, APPS and identity secure from anywhere learn more at O., K., T. A. dot com slash NPR. We're only months away from election day and every week or even every few hours. There's a new twist that could affect who will win the White House to keep up with the latest tune into the NPR. Politics podcast every to find out what happened and what it means for the election. It's two thousand and five Franklin Leonard a junior executive at Leonardo. DiCaprio's production company which sounds glamorous, but arguably he is a glorified script reader. WHO's boss's boss? Is Leonardo DiCaprio. Franklin's job is to help that boss. Find The next great movie for Leo, which means he is constantly reading movie scripts. Every junior executive lives in constant fear of the trade story that breaks about some exciting new script that they didn't know about that. Their bosses like. Like why didn't you know about this? Franklin is supposed to know about everything which is tough because there's this famous old saying in Hollywood. Nobody knows anything as in. It's really hard to know what movies are going to work. So if you do find something any piece of information that can help you gauge. What might work that information? Franklin is learning. That is Hollywood gold one of the things that drilled into your head. Is that information? Information is the most valuable thing. Yeah, and that information is to be protected and kept in house and exploitation of that information is how we in power and leverage like what little information you can manage, and then if it's kind of good, put up a wall as quickly as possible. That's exactly right. Movie scripts are a kind of information like the fundamental piece of information for a movie, and so Franklin's job is go out into the world. World and find undiscovered scripts before anybody else finding those scripts, though amongst the thousands and thousands being written every year it's a bit like walking into like the largest bookstore in the world, and every book has the exact same color. There's no cover art. There's no like publishers weekly. There's no reviews available to you, but your job is to walk into that sort of hyper anonymous bookstore and come out with the best books available That seems impossible. And Franklin says you can see how a problem emerges quickly in Hollywood people deal with this overwhelming amount of information by assuming they should reach for the same shelves of that anonymous bookstores they always do. They assume they should make the same kinds of movies written by the same kinds of people starring the same kinds of people. Yes, we are generally talking about white men people you soon because this has been the case for you thus far that are white writer who went to Dartmouth is better than a black writer who went to? To Clark Atlanta or Spelman, the conventional wisdom that you assume as wisdom is more often than not convention, and that is especially true in Hollywood where the convention has been created by people who are in no way, shape or form representative of the audience and consumer that they are trying to sell to Franklin. decided it was going to be part of his job. Try and find scripts outside of the conventions, well of course, also keeping an eye open for the next conventional blockbuster, which yeah was gonNA mean lots more reading the normal. Look. I've always been bit of a grind. My Competitive Advantage was my capacity to work, and so every weekend I would take home a banker's box full of scripts, but literally twenty five thirty screenplays, and try to read them all every Saturday afternoon. There is Franklin sitting on his couch. It is black sweatpants flipping through page after page after page hoping he's about to read a life changing story imagine if Christmas was every Saturday, but every Saturday. You ran downstairs and opened the box that you're most excited about, and it was socks. Because there is the possibility of getting everything that you ever wanted yeah. But there is the probability that it's. Socks most Saturdays and Sundays go like this Franklin tears into his Christmas scripts seven hours later. Frankland sitting in a pile of socks and the worst thing is when he goes into the office on Monday. His boss says you read anything good. And Franklin has to say no. It was as if he didn't do any work that weekend. Because most scripts are so bad, the Franklin would be in trouble for recommending them, and even if he is lucky enough to find a scripted, he loves he's really got to think about whether. Whether it is the right kind of thing for Leo's company like there was a script going around that year about a guy dealing with his interpersonal trauma by buying and dating a sex doll. It's easy to imagine reading that in saying Oh this is a really well observed human story, but imagine going into your boss's office and saying you should read this and when they ask you what it's about saying. This is what it's about Leonardo DiCaprio. I think you should play this role where you date of a doll like that's. That's a tough sell for the most confident among us. Franklin's breaking point came late one night. Do you remember his? He was in the office. It was dark outside, and he was supposed to go on vacation, and he just kept thinking about how he was inevitably going to end up drowning in bad scripts on vacation, and all of that work would generate nothing of actual value for his job and I remember, looking up and thinking. I. Don't know that this is sustainable and I need to come up with a solution. How is there not a better system for finding good screenplays? If you do the Friends of friends method, you end up with the Friends of friends scripts, and if you try this brute force thing, you're going to ruin your weekends, Andrew Vacation, plus you would need fifty more Franklin's to see all of the script anyway. And that's when it dawns on Franklin. There are more than fifty Franklin's in Hollywood got on. My desktop fired up my calendar and went through and looked at every single person who had a job similar to mine. Who I had had breakfast lunch, dinner or drinks with. If you had eavesdropped on those breakfasts and drinks, Franklin says you would have heard the junior executives ask each other this same question. Have you read anything good lately? Yes, these junior. Our competitors and yes, information is power and companies would probably not be jazzed about them sharing that information, but you know these are low level producers. They're doing each other favors, and it's all off the record anyway. Who is going to know about this and so Franklin figures? Let's see if anyone's read anything good lately. He opens up an email and he BBC's about seventy. Five of his fellow junior exacts, and so know hey. Similar of your ten favorite scripts in exchange I will send you the combined. Responses back. Did you say who you were like? I am a I am a mysterious junior executive. Say anything else, I do not believe that I did. I created an anonymous hotmail address. I believe it was blacklist. Two thousand five at Hotmail DOT com, he called it the blacklist partly to honor the blacklisted writers during the McCarthy era, and partly because he always hated the idea that the word black gets used to mean bad, so this blacklist was going to mean great screenplays. People would respond, but surprisingly responses started coming back. Maybe these other junior executives felt as stuck as Franklin. Maybe it was just this information bargain was was a good deal. I sure transcripts I get a whole list back there around ninety responses and every time somebody mentioned the same script Franklin treated that like a vote for that script, and he starts logging all of this into spreadsheet. Twenty five people voted for things. We lost in the fire by Allan Loeb Twenty. Four people mentioned Juno by cody. Fifteen votes Larson the real girl by Nancy Oliver Fourteen votes, Lars and the real girl that is the script about the guy and the sex. If, you were a junior executive. Thinking this is good, but is this good? I'm not important enough to risk bringing this to my boss. The blacklist was a way of saying you were right. It was good and here is a number. Instead of just your instincts fourteen votes, only living boy in New, York, by Allan, Loeb Charlie Wilson's war by earned Sorkin, Fan Burke and by the way a big deal in two thousand five. This wasn't just about finding undiscovered writers. It was any script that was great and not made. In a script called peacock by riders named Michael Lender and Ryan Roy the top ten of the very first blacklist thubten of the very first blacklist. Point the blacklist was just a spreadsheet that only Franklin could see, and he's about to send it back to all those other junior executives who contributed and he looks at it for a moment all of this normally off the record insider Hollywood Intel now written in a single place. He takes a deep breath. And he hit send. And then he packs up and heads off for vacation in Mexico and about a weekend vacation I went to the hotel of business center to check my email on like the public computer. And this lists have been forwarded back to me several dozen times. and everyone's like Oh my word of this team. Come from a lot of descriptions of sister. Good. Where where did this come from? What's your? What's your thought? It was terrifying. My thought is is that my career in Hollywood has a clock on it and the doomsday clock has just sped up. This anonymous list of the best unmade screenplays was blowing up. It had gone way beyond the small circle. It was initially sent to it even ended up covered the industry press, and so Franklin kept his down. He stayed anonymous and one day. He gets this call from an agent. Saying that his client has written this amazing script. It's perfect for Leo. It's like the usual call, except then the agent says hey. 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International students may need to leave US if their universities transition to online-only learning

Lars Larson

05:33 min | 2 months ago

International students may need to leave US if their universities transition to online-only learning

"And it's universities, especially the public universities have, I think kind of a strange relationship of the rest of the world are universities air sought out by international students from around the world who want to come here to the United States? And they want to study? We understand that we understand those universities love those international students to because they tend to pay the greatest amount of tuition. This is even if they're a taxpayer funded taxpayer owned. University. But now that many of those universities are in a position where they're having to do online education of the students, is there any good reason for the student? I have to live in the United States and be granted a visa to do that? Dan Griswald joins me now who's the Mercatus Center's director of trade and immigration, Dan? Welcome back to the program. So the president has issued. Sorry about that. Go ahead. I'm glad to be with you was. I'm glad to have you with me. So this directive from the Trump administration that would take away international college student visas. If they're coursework is entirely online. Anything unreasonable about that? I think it is unreasonable and it's unnecessary one. It's very short notice. You know, just a few weeks before the fall semester starts. If they are going online for all classes, maybe not necessarily do that all semester. There are still reasons to want to stay on campus. You can meet with other students. You Khun do extracurricular things. They have labs and things like that. So It's just totally on unnecessary large and it's going to hurt the U. S economy In the short run. As you mentioned, it's going to deprive us of billions of dollars of tuition payments, potentially It's going to hurt us in the larger run by discouraging these students from coming here, and many of them go on to feel important jobs here found important companies and boost our economy. Okay, I'm a little bit of two minds about this. So, Dan, I'll admit to being a bit ambivalent about this because on one hand, I hear, but these students come here and many times they stay here, inform companies here and they start businesses and they employ people. Those are all good things. I'd like to see American citizen students do that. And there are times when I look at Universities, even in my own neck of the woods, and I think they're pursuing the international students more than they're pursuing the students in the in their own state. In other words, the state that owns the operation owns the The University provides taxpayer funding for it so that it benefits foreign students and if they end up going home, and I'm thinking, in particular about China or China says sends its students here. They learn a lot of things, and then they go home. Or they perhaps worked for a a big tech company here and then take all that that that knowledge and information and capability back to their home country and they compete against the United States. Well, I think that can happen. But there's no trade off us. Students and foreign students can prosper together. And in fact, US students are better off if we have foreign students here and then work beside them and start those companies and create those patents, But you know most of the, but let's look at doctoral students in the stem subjects, right science technology engineering. Mathematics, 72% of them. The doctoral students will stay here for 10 years or more. That percentage is even higher among Indian and Chinese students, so some of the Chinese students to go back Most of them stay here and you mentioned cos you know, cos like zoom Tesla's space six Instagram. Those were all founded by foreigners who came here as student and stayed here and found that those companies Which were a great benefit to consumers, and also have created a lot of wealth and jobs for Americans. We're going to have less of that activity because of this action by the administration. If those universities were forced had on ly or primarily depend on domestic students, students who are you know the sons and daughters of American citizens or American Green card holders. Would that necessarily mean that those companies would not be created by those students instead of instead of foreign students? Well, US entrepreneurs do found those companies. But no, I think we have fewer of those companies founded. You know, we favor native born students right? They get the in state tuition. They have plenty of opportunities to go to college. No American student is being crowded out by, for instance, In fact, the fact that the foreign students pay full freight. On their tuition means that the colleges can offer lower tuition native born American students and helping them get an education and have better paying jobs for their careers. Okay, because I don't want to sound jingoistic. But I'm also aware I've seen universities and say, We've had to put a cap on this before China virus, But we've had to put a cap on the number of students and I say, Well, hold on. You're still taking lots of international students. And they say, Well, that's because we're getting 30 or $40,000 a year from them. We're only getting 10,000 year from the students in ST And again, they seem to be more interested in those $30,000 payments than they do, making more room for American students. I think that could be true at some schools. Most universities are seeing declining in moments, or at least they're having to hunt harder and harder for this. There's plenty of opportunities for Americans. 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NASCAR can't avoid controversy, even virtually in iRacing

The KFBK Morning News

02:14 min | 2 months ago

NASCAR can't avoid controversy, even virtually in iRacing

"One sport that's well suited to virtual play is auto racing. Many drivers have already begun to use different programs, especially one called I racing as a way to train without needing to go through the expense of running an actual car drivers in the the world's world's top top racing, racing, Siri's Siri's have have put put together together elaborate elaborate home home setups, setups, complete complete with with steering steering wheels wheels and and pedals. pedals. Broadcast Broadcast network network starved starved for for programming programming climbed climbed aboard aboard Fox. Fox. I racing in NASCAR set up the E NASCAR I racing Pro invitationals. Siri's more than 1.3 million people watched the second week of racing was the most ever for an East sports event on TV for the first issue emerged in week three. That's when driver bubble Wallace was wrecked. God, he immediately did. What's known as a rage quit as it That's why I don't take this seriously trying to talk either. Pizza that did not sit well with Wallace's sponsor Blue immovable body cream immediately terminated its relationship with the driver company's executive vice president, explaining the decision said. Could you imagine if he did that on a track? Just a week later, the situation for NASCAR driver Kyle Larson was much more serious. The Japanese Americans Tara, graduate of Nascar's drive for Diversity program used a racial slur during a stream of a separate I racing a a mile. mile. You're You're talking talking to to everyone, everyone, but but Clear Clear that that repercussions repercussions were were swift. swift. NASCAR NASCAR suspended suspended Larson Larson the the following following day. day. So So did did his his team team Chip Chip Ganassi Ganassi Racing, which fired him. One day later. Chevrolet cut ties with the 27 year old as did his other personal sponsors like McDonald's and Credit. One bank, The Northern California native apologized in a video posted to his social media channels. I just want to say I'm sorry last night I made a mistake and said the word that should never Ever be said in, um there's no excuse for that. You know, I wasn't raised that way. You know, It's just an awful thing to say. And I feel very sorry for my family. My friends. My partner's the NASCAR community and especially the African American community. But Larson acknowledged, I understand the damage is probably unwrap parable. And when NASCAR returns alive racing, Larson remained suspended.

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"larson" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

The Next Best Thing

03:10 min | 4 months ago

"larson" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

"Know what that was from and I don't. I sure hope that last line you heard about nineteen eighty-four makes me think it must be from suburbia. It was that work I told you. Jonathan Larson's been so many years working on that never really came to fruition It was basically an adaptation of Orwell's nineteen four so that would make sense. We're just out of time for tonight. But I'm glad we were able to remember appreciate the work of Jonathan Larson. It easily tragic to think about all he had left to give all the music he could have left to right but it just goes to show why we have to kind of live each days our last and be thankful for each day that we do have in. It sounds cliche but it's really true and in this day. Age of the corona virus when people are getting sick in reacting and all these different ways and our country is do as divided as it's ever been people are angry like I was in the first half of the show. Frankly it's important to know that we have a lot to be thankful for and we should be thankful for every day to in the show tonight. I'll leave you with a Jonathan Larson piece creator of rent creed of tick tick boom and a very important contributor to the world of musical theater as I say the show and I mean it more and more each week. Apathy is the enemy folks. Apathy is the enemy. Never give up never give in never stopped carrying never stopped making it known that you fucking care it is good to care God. Damnit Radio Free Brooklyn. This has been the next thing until next time. I'm Jonathan Be Learner. Good night no there is. No this is not Own to Aw..

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"larson" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

The Next Best Thing

05:09 min | 4 months ago

"larson" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

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"larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:41 min | 5 months ago

"larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Larson show when all of this is over will you stop shaking hands all together I'm going to answer that one yes I think that we're going to have to change some social behavior that we engage in and add one gentleman right to me and say Lars it isn't shaking hands you don't get the disease for your hands I wrote back and I said don't be absurd we all know that the most common way to spread any disease is through to be clinical about it the mucous membranes on your body now we've most of us god mode I got a few of them but the most common ones where you get the disease your mouth your nose and your eyes and how does it get your mouth your nose in your eyes because the average person believe it or not you should test this sometime if you want a fun party trick test how many times you cut touch your face unconsciously the folks who actually study that kind of things they had several dozen times an hour twenty to thirty times an hour you touch your face without even realizing you touch your fingers to your cheeks are to your lips are to your nose or to your eyes you rub your eyes and how do you get it I know that when I take the show out on the road and I hope one day to go visit our new friends in Memphis Tennessee and our newest affiliate K. W. A. M. when I go out and I do what we call radio remote where I do the show from some location I'd rather not do it in a studio I'd rather do it at some locations may be in Memphis that when you do that I end up shaking hands routinely with hundreds of people and you understand that unless I just sit there like a an OCD and put hand sanitizer on my hands every time I shake hands invariably I'm gonna shake hands with twenty or thirty people and then if I don't clean my hands if I touch my face then I'm going to get whatever it is I've got my hands on my face and perhaps on my lips and maybe my nose and maybe my eyes as well and that's the most common way for disease to spread especially diseases like influenza so if I go out to a remote and I shake a lot of hands and I'm not absolutely diligent about washing my hands continuously yeah I'm not I'm not that afraid of the seasonal flu I get the shot every year but corona virus well I'm over sixty one I've got type two diabetes reasonably well managed but yeah I can get the disease and I could bring it home to my family as well to people who are immune compromised that's a bad idea as well so when this is all over will you stop shaking hands that's what Dr Anthony Fauci is suggested and of course he's been the go to guy for both the president and for the rest of the country when it comes to infectious disease along with Dr Debra birch and others any case you get into the.

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"larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

05:02 min | 6 months ago

"larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Year's lawyers Larson do you think there's already do you think there is blood on the president's hands considering the slow response for that too the criticism I think that's a little too harsh I think what's happening is the failure to watch the freeing them to your show where someone said that made made the freight use a phrase that the president just thinks out loud he should stop thinking out loud or start thinking deeply and start listening to the scientist before he speaks you should listen to the health experts he should listen to is a communist dance the man who is the presumptive nominee for the Democrat national party's nomination for president of the United States and this is the Lars Larson show I wanted you to hear that because Chuck Todd who looks at Joe Biden in that interview over the weekend and says does the president have blood on his hands and then he gave Joe Biden easy out from the question believe me I've been asking questions of people for a long long time in my business and I don't give people those easy outs in most cases if I wanted to ask Joe Biden do you think the president has blood on his hands you'd say just that and then Joe Biden can decide how to answer instead Chuck Todd not only wants to say in some ways you know it reminds me of it reminds me of a really cheap lawyer trek or a lawyer will be standing in court usually on the defense side of the table and he's defending a criminal most lawyers do defend criminals most lawyers do not defend the innocent people most of the people who are charged with crimes in this country are not innocent most of them are guilty fact I've talked to defense attorneys about that and they want to say something to the jury but they know they can't get away with saying it so they ask a question that they know is going to be shot down by the judge by an objection from the prosecution or whatever so they throw it out there Chuck Todd wanted to say the president has blood on his hands then he doesn't ask that question of Joe Biden he says is that too harsh and by degrees yes that was too harsh we know what Chuck Todd accomplish he managed to put that thought in people's minds Donald Trump has blah it on his hands down I would love to interview Chuck Todd and say to him in exactly what way do you think the president has blood on his hands did he create the China virus did he was he slow in responding to it and then I would remind him that president trump responded to the coronavirus China virus communist Chinese virus whatever you wanna call it president trump was one of the first on the ground to start responding to the China virus any did despite the fact that he got criticized for doing it Joe Biden himself and I wish Chuck Todd asked him this Joe Biden himself when the president slammed down the gate and said no more flights from mainland China bring Americans home but Chinese nationals you need to stay out of our country for right now and remind you in case you don't know the scope of this thing back before the president slammed the gate on January thirty one long time ago at this point we had about ten thousand Chinese nationals coming into the United States every single day of the week ten thousand people every single day and the president slammed the gate Joe Biden declared it to be fear of foreigners Zeno phobia now then media love that they love the fact that Joe Biden say that Xena phobia the president's a racist we've been saying that for three years now we've got proof and it was only later when the media could see that what the president did made all kinds of common sense it had nothing to do with the race it had to do with there is a disease threat over there and we don't want it to come over here it's about that simple and yet Joe by disaster does he have blood on his hands why because he responded early and all of you called him a Xena fo for having done it is it because some government agencies failed to operate well you don't want to be Joe Biden and start criticizing government agencies liberals love government agencies in a case welcome to the program you know online schooling does not work out for every class of students should a solution be a freezie free and easy Hey for those hard working students in college as well as the slackers we're going to talk about that in just a moment doctors and nurses are working around the clock to beat the China virus but in the midst of the chaos should they be worried about a lawsuit or should they get some protection I'll tell you my take on that and if you're looking for a new show to watch to pass the time during the corona virus outbreak we'll talk later on with the star of wicked tuna who's going to tell us why you should tune in and cast a vote in my Twitter poll you'll find it to places if you like to order out Lars Larson show if you're not a fan of Twitter Lars Larsen dot com the alternate it did couple of chickens.

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"larson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:14 min | 7 months ago

"larson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Ellie are SO and mark Larson dot com on Facebook where are we in the face when I should know because I'd do it all go yes mark Larson media on Facebook and at mark Larson radio on Twitter or as George W. bush said on the Twitter things on the Twitter that is just trending at the moment is yeah there's all the DeBartolo or or the bar to allow the yeah I was getting off the hook from trump and and by golly of age and all that but also training well today is lose an argument in three words and people just over three words that'll help you lose an argument at a few examples some I can't say on the air at let's cut Medicare that that'll always were it is under the heading of lose an argument in three words but Donald said eugenics isn't impractical not transphobic but I just saw a little bit here we'll circle back all this what I I I hate that thing it's right up there with the word eatery on a wide as a one word thing but the yeah it's your imagination that'll is an argument three words or some other once you're there so many coming after being unarmed matters Obama is better yeah well please it'll start bet spirited discussions the was the other one what one was again this is than the trending there was an argument in three words okay you're right moon opens up a Catholic calamari there right Bloomberg is elected it is electable is electrical just mention reparations Bloomberg is electable where is your the one about the they're killed humanely well but but socialism here's three worth again this is under the trending topic lose an argument in three words stop and frisk there is I believe trump I didn't vote trump tweeted it let me explain or you don't understand or okay you're right full little fun there that's that's trending ahead of all kinds of other life and death issues even ahead of the virus on Twitter at the moment Brian Jones is with us here and Brian I want to get your take on the fiftieth congressional race where you're running while working at diligently as the California state senator from thirty eighth district you're good to have you back your brand and let me bring up your the coin operated there that you're right here yes I'll talk about that a second but we were at it we're carrying some of trump's remarks moments ago on the tarmac at right joined to base Andrews formally and reserve a space is harder to say now and then we ran up against the heartbreak of top of the hour someone listen a little more here this may dove tail and some of the things that you may want to talk about on the national level so here's a little bit of trouble right miss ago talking about well everything else.

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05:21 min | 8 months ago

"larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Welcome back to long Larson show it's a pleasure to be with you on a first amendment right I tell you something if I sound a little more than happy I mean I try to be a happy warrior every single day but if I sound a little more up in a happy right now it's B. it's for this reason it's because two of the greatest events on planet earth are happening today one of them is I hope when they take the final vote that that'll be the vote not to call witnesses not to continue with impeachment and the acquittal of Donald Trump and the second event is brexit the British exit from the European Union now I when they propose brexit several years ago I said this is a great idea every country deserves its own sovereignty the ability to make its own decisions and I thought the European Union had turned out to be a massive bureaucratic expensive ridiculous nightmare and I was glad to see Britain's given the choice to get out and guess what happened the folks in charge of the folks who like the European Union these are people who like to have complicated government with taxes and fees and rules and all that real citizens and citizens are ones who are not subjects citizens get to make their own decisions get to pick their own government ticket get to call their own shots in a lot of ways Britain under the European Union wasn't calling its own shots it it was not really a country anymore and I think great Britain's got tired of that they said you know we are going to put ourselves in a position where we are calling the shots for our own country again that doesn't mean that they're not going to trade with other countries in Europe and with the United States doesn't mean that they're not gonna have rules and regulations it's just that the rules for Great Britain are going to be imposed on people in Great Britain by the people of Great Britain you're not gonna have a bunch of jokers in Belgium who are writing rules and regulations that are imposed on people in Great Britain so here's what I want to do Nigel Faraj who has been in the European Union commission in this giant you know bureaucratic government there runs the European Union it's massive he gave a speech and exit speech when she stood up and told the European Union I am glad that we are leaving and he and his his fellow Britons had brought with them little British flags I want you to listen to this page a couple of minutes long it's absolutely brilliant and then I'll tell you what I think it says about America take a listen say this is it the final chapter of the end of the road a forty seven yeah political experiment the British frankly have never been very happy with my mother and father signed up to a common market not to a political unity and not to flags I'm Thurman's presidents and now you even want your own army for me it's been twenty seven years of campaigning and over twenty years here in this parliament but my view is changed of Europe since I since I joined in two thousand five I stole the constitution the being drafted by just got others I sort of rejected by the French in a referendum I sort of rejected by the Dutch in a referendum and I saw you in these institutions ignore them bring it back to the Lisbon treaty unbiased you could ram it through without that being referendums with the Irish did have a vote I'm did say no I'm a forced to vote again you're very good at making people vote again but what we proved is the British all too big to bully thank goodness what we want from Europe if we want to trade friendship cooperation reciprocity we don't need a European Commission we lead a European cold we don't need these institutions all of this power but I can promise you but you can you can and indeed in the brexit policy we love Europe we just hate the European Union it's a as one of the games the end of this project it's a bad project it isn't just on democratic aids I'm G. democratic I did put in that front row it gives people power without accountability people who cannot be held to account by the electorate about is not acceptable structure indeed this historic baffle going on now across the west in Europe America and elsewhere it is globalism against populism I knew you may lose populism but I'll tell you a funny thing is becoming very popular has great benefits minimal financial contributions no I'm all European Court of justice common fisheries policy notable being told down so you know the whole it's not a mole do you I mean what's not I know you're gonna missiles I know you what about all national flags we're going to waive you goodbye I.

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760 KFMB Radio

11:38 min | 8 months ago

"larson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Welcome to the mark Larson show on a and seven sixty talking breaking news my name's Dan noon yes I'm not mark Larson that's okay don't fret he's gonna be back he's out on special assignment right now we're covering a special presentation of the Senate impeachment trial as it is day three of the impeachment trial overall in day two of the house in impeachment team ed by house Democrats including Adam Schiff Jerrold Nadler in in company presenting their case on abuse of power and obstruction of Congress in the investigations against president Donald J. trump let's go live back to the Senate floor and I believe it's representative from Texas Sylvia Garcia is part it is not presiding I should say is actually speaking on her part of the case please for political investigations and Ukraine didn't want to get involved in domestic US politics Hey the White House tried to bury the call nine president trump himself told us he really wanted and cared about in his own words in many public statements and finally despite the person councils attempts to justify his actions the evidence makes clear that president trump did not care about anti corruption efforts in Ukraine this was only about one saying his political investigations for we're following a one of the slight now as I mentioned the object of the present scheme is clear two investigations to help his political reelection the constitution grants the president broad authority to conduct US foreign policy here's our commander in chief and chief diplomat when the president United States calls a foreign leader a person's first and only objective should be to get foreign leaders to do what is in the bass boards fast for the U. S. national interest consistent with the faithful execution of his oath of office and consistent with official US policy but on July twenty five when president trump call the president of Ukraine president drop drop did the opposite instead of following official US talking points instead of listening to his staff on what was important to our national interests president trump S. Ukraine for something that but if it only himself his political investigations and not only did these investigations diverge from US national interests as you'll hear president trump's actions harm to our national security imported himself above our country for our country at risk and that is why his actions are so dangerous now let's take a moment and look carefully at the two investigations that president trump sought from Ukraine course are at the heart of the president's scheme and I was stood to benefit politically from Ukraine's announcement of each as you can see on the slide the first investigation was of course a former vice president Biden let's go straight to the July twenty five telephone call again for president trump stated clearly each of these investigations he wanted so let's start with vice president Joe Biden it is and the removal of carafe prosecutors in a frame the first indication investigation related to former vice president Joe Biden and a crazy and gas company Burris my holdings on whose board his son hunter Biden used to sit president trump himself summarize the theory behind his request in broad strokes it is July twenty five call with president so let's get here's what he said the other thing there's a lot of talk about buying some goodbye and stop the prosecution and a lot of people want to find out about that so that whatever you can do with the Attorney General would be great hi everyone around bragging that they stop the prosecution so if you can look into that it sounds horrible to me now let's look carefully at the investigation president trump was asking for and what it was based on it short president trump ask for the investigation into by based on the make up theory that no one agreed with no one we'll go into it this in more detail but at a high level the allegation is that late in twenty sixteen Biden fresher Ukraine to remove his van prosecutor general Victor show can by threatening to withhold approximately one billion in loan guarantees if he was not removed according to this theory vice president Biden did this in order to help his son in a company called Burris mine for rice president Biden's son sat on the board at the Richmond that's a very goes vice president Biden tried to remove Ukraine's prosecutor all to make sure the prosecutor wouldn't investigate actress that specific company race one because again his son was on the board for Dan centers if that doesn't sound far fetched and complicated to you it should so let's take this by step and start from the beginning in twenty fourteen vice president Biden's son hunter join the board of the Ukrainian national gas for race my holdings at the time where is miss owner a Ukrainian old guard and former government minister was under investigation in twenty fifteen Victor show can became Ukraine's prosecutor general a job similar your Attorney General and United States although Shokan Broward to keep investigating Burris mother a minute and international push to root out corruption in Ukraine yeah allow difference my destination to go dormant allowed it to go dormant that is when he was removed he was not actively investigating Borisova yet let it go dormant moreover Shokan was widely perceived as ineffective and corrupt George can't the second most senior official at the US embassy and cave at the time describe show good as quote a typical Ukraine prosecutor for live the lifestyle far in excess of his government salary who never prosecuted anybody known for having committed a crime and covered up crimes that were known to have been committed in late twenty fifteen vice president Biden who it is shown a significant role in US policy toward you crave publicly called for the removal of Mr Shokan because of his failure his failure to adequately combat corruption vice president Biden wasn't alone the European Union our European allies the International Monetary Fund reformers inside Ukraine also wanted Mister show can remove to reform the Ukrainian prosecutor general's office to reform it reforming the prosecutor general's office was also supported on a bipartisan basis by the Ukrainian caucus here in the Senate on February twelfth twenty sixteen after vice president Biden had urged for the removal of Mr show can but before the region and were you crying in parliament voted to remove him a bipartisan group of senators including senators Portman Darband shaking Ron Johnson Murphree Kirk lumen falling short brown send a letter to president Poroshenko that urged him to make urgent reforms to the prosecutor general's office a month after the senator sent that letter Mr Shokan was fired he was fired so let's be very very clear vice president Biden call for the removal of this prosecutor at the official direction of US policy because a prosecutor was widely perceived as corrupt and with the support of all our international allies his actions were there for supported by the executive branch Congress and the international community for common sense would tell us that this allegation against Joe Biden is false and that there was no legitimate basis for any investigation there are several other reasons you know that the only reason president trump one eight Ukraine to announce the investigation into Biden that was also solely for this very own personal benefit if you look at the site there was some write some points first none of the seventeen witnesses and you're listening to day three of the Senate impeachment trial here on a M. seven sixty talking breaking news this is the mark Larson show I'm Dan noon filling in for mark while he's out on special assignment you've been hearing the argument on abuse of power against president Donald J. trump as spoken by representative Sylvia Garcia from the the great state of Texas who is part of the house manager team with Adam Schiff Jerrold Nadler and company when we come back from the break we'll get you back into the Senate floor and hear more from the house management house management team this is the mark Larson show one AM seven sixty talking breaking news you're listening.

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

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"Larson dot com. Today's privacy policies. Do not tell consumers the whole story. I'll tell you about a company that's a prime example of that coming up next. And I'm not sure whether he'll object to what they've been doing or not I myself am unlike on most other subjects I'm a bit Vivian about whether or not I like it or don't like it the controversial overturning of the Kentucky Derby race result caused quite a fi fuss in the racing world this last weekend. He agree with the outcome or day. Yes pun intended. Here's a conspiracy theory for you. When Donald Trump sees North Korea's cargo ship was it a standard patrol was the. US trying to send a message to Kim. The better get with the program or are talks are gonna stop. I'll talk to an expert about that later on a man who served in the military and knows his stuff and take a moment to cast vote. My Twitter poll at LARs Larson dot com at LARs Larson show, you find a brand new question on those two places are Twitter poll at LARs Larson show should the United States provide health care to illegal aliens said no to that with the caveat that if you encounter in some American city, a person has just been in a car wreck who's been shot is somehow in danger of losing his or her life. We save the person's life, regardless. Now that's been the law in the United States for a good long time. So you save someone's life. But Joe Biden is talking about giving Medicaid.

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WDRC

02:12 min | 1 year ago

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"Larson. Welcome back to LARs Larson show pleasure to be with you on a first amendment Friday night tonight live from the Reagan Presidential library down here to attend attended dinner tonight of the national right to work legal foundation. And I've been getting my share phone calls about unions. Just you all understand. I've had some bad experiences with unions throughout my life. I didn't ask for him. They were forced on me. I'd get a job at show up. They'd say you're going to be joining the union, and I'd say what if I don't want to what if I want to make a choice about whether or not I joined the union, and they say, no, you don't have that choice. You have to join or you will be fired. And that is the rule in twenty three states twenty-seven states have right to work where if you go to work in a union shop, and you say I'd like to join the union or I don't want to join the union twenty-seven states. The majority of American states represent actually reflect your right to make that choice and the case of. Made while I'm not thrilled. With unions. The case I've always made for the unions being forced to work for your membership. Is that if you're in a state where they say you have to join you don't have any choice that union does not have to work very hard for you at all on the other hand, if the union has to work for you to join because you're in a right to work state, and it's up to you to decide whether you want to or not then they're gonna come to you. And they're going to say, we're going to do all kinds of things for you. Look at all the wonderful things we do for you. In other words, they have to sell you on the idea the same way any other group, and I use the NRA because it's handy. But there are meme there are groups that I'm a member of. And if I find some day that I say, this really isn't doing much for me right now, I'm paying these guys a certain amount of money every year, they send me a lot of advertising, but it really doesn't do something for me. I quit my membership in that group if the group wants to keep me as a member. They have to convince me that what they're doing. For me is worth the dollars that I pay to them that's a healthy relationship. Most of us have those kind of relationships with all kinds of people.

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WDRC

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Larson. Welcome back to the LARs Larson show a first amendment Friday. It's my favorite day of the week because we open up the phone lines and anybody who wants to send off concert do that. I've got a few things that I want to sound off on. Of course, we have the most reason development in the last couple of hours, the news that Jesse Smolen who faked to that hate crime turned out not to be a hate crime at all. But simply a guy who wanted a better paycheck and was willing to defame and disparage all the supporters of President Donald Trump to get it done. He got caught. And now he is facing sixteen felony charges. My prediction would be that his lawyers will go to work and try to figure out a way for him to play out on this one. But as far as I'm concerned, I hope Chicago throws the book at him for what he did faking a hate crime making it sound as though two masked men who came up shouting Maga slogans make America, great again slogans. So he identified them as Trump supporters. Had shouted anti black anti gay things at him had thrown bleach on him had put a noose around his neck and head otherwise abused him than it turned out that he had actually hired two of the fellow actors or other people from the staff of the television show is on because he was frustrated by the size of its paycheck. And I want to keep reminding people just see smell at was making one point eight million dollars a year. Let me translate that a hundred and fifty thousand dollars a month. Let's try it. Again, how about forty thousand dollars a week, and he wasn't happy with his paycheck. And he thought if you could only bring some sympathy to himself that he might actually get a bigger paycheck. That's a pretty craven kind of approach to life, isn't it? Anyway, if you want to jump into the conversation and talk journalism, it's right here every night. And all you have to do is dial in eight six six, hey, LARs, that's eight six six four three nine five to seven seven emails. Go to talk. At LARs Larson dot com our Twitter poll, and there's a brand new question. Every night has the democrat party become the anti Jewish party. That is the assessment of the president Donald J Trump who has a Jewish daughter and a Jewish son-in-law, Jared, Kushner, and avant could Trump he says, the Democrats are an anti Jewish party because of the vote that was taken by Democrats in the anti-hate resolution in which they thought to try to address the behavior of Ilhan, Omar. But they didn't want to call out by name even though everybody in the country understands the resolution was all about her. And maybe to some extent a Representative from Michigan who's been saying some similar things..

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WDRC

07:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Larson show. Glad to be with you and glad to take your phone calls and emails I'll get to those a bit later and naysayers always go to the head of the line. But when you take a look at our current congress or even a congress of four or five years ago, I wouldn't exactly call it seller. In fact, the two years before the Democrats took over you'd think I'd have really enjoyed the congress and its performance in the first two years of the trumps of the Trump presidency. No, I don't think they got much done. In fact, I think they worked their darndest to make sure they didn't get anything much done other than that great tax cut. That was good. And and a couple of other smaller things, but the big stuff Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell just couldn't be bothered. So I thought I talked to Clint Brown whose legal policy director at the Pacific legal foundation about what it would take to make our congress more functional, and if they can't be made functional Clint, we find a way to do away with them altogether. Welcome back, by the way. Thanks so much for having me on LARs, that's not a bad idea. So I wrote this up add to point out that this isn't the first shutdown and won't be the last until congress reclaimed their power over the unelected bureaucrats running the show. I I'd agree with you in fact, now they're trying to talk about how to make sure that funding goes on even when congress doesn't appropriate the money that sounds like a complete abdication of their responsibility, doesn't the constitution say that money. Can't be spent not one thin dime. A less the congress appropriates the money, and yet you've got folks from the left side of the aisle out there right now pushing a Bill to say we want to make sure that even when the congress doesn't act all the government agencies. Still get funded all those unelected unanswerable bureaucrats who have lifetime sinecures when federal employment get to keep their agencies funded even when the people's representatives haven't signed off on it. That ought to be one of those outrageous. Ideas anybody's ever heard of. I think it's pretty outrageous that takes away any incentive to negotiate on funding. And you know, the funding is only half of the problem. Congress is supposed to go through two steps before they do anything. So when congress wants to start a new program they're supposed to I half an authorizing Bill legal authority for that program. And then they fund separate piece of legislation an appropriations Bill, and that's what the shutdown. It's been about. The periodically. There's supposed to read you both. They're supposed to go back and reauthorize give legal authority for that program and redo the funding. So every year they try to redo the funding, but they have failed to redo the authority for programs Congressional Budget Office Congress's account found that there are four four hundred and ten. Expired authorizations the congress has continued to fund without even taking a second. Look is that constitutional. You know, I think it is constitutional that that could certainly be debated. I I mean, I guess I'm just asking, you know, Clinton, I'm not a lawyer. But if you say authorization of the program itself is required. So just so we know what to think for my audience, and for me to give me an example of one of the ah programs that has not been given the who's authorization has expired, but who's funding has continued. Is there one that comes to mind? Sure, the first one that comes to mind is the Federal Election Commission super important agency. You know, we we want our elections be honest. That's the bedrock of our Republic. Agreed. Haven't been reauthorized since nineteen eighty one has not said is there anything we need to do update. The FCC. Is there anything we need to need to do to reevaluate? It are there their waste at the FCC. They haven't taken even second Glenn since nineteen Eighty-one. It's outrageous. I wonder you know, I've got a thought it seems almost every political campaign ends up paying some FCC fines for one transgression or another. Some are serious. Some are not. But can you imagine if somebody had ever been fined by the FCC and took it to court on the theory that the agency doesn't have any any reason to exist? It has no authority to exist and contest the fine. Maybe even go out and deliberately in current FC FCC find failed to file the paperwork on a fifty dollars donation. And when they find you. You know, some minor amount of money say all right? We're going to go to court, and the court is gonna decide if the FCC even exists if it hasn't been reauthorized and tested that way it that's what it would take to get standing. I would think and and you could actually test it, and frankly, I wish they'd pass bills for programs that have a sunset in them saying, you know, after five or ten or fifteen years, whatever you decide to the appropriate time this agency goes out of existence unless you get a majority in both houses and the president's signature to sign off on it and take it around the other way say you are going to go out of existence unless we decide you need to stay in existence. What do you think of that? Bars. You know, that's actually a great idea. And what's funny is that's what they did these programs have a sunset provision, and yet congress continues to allow them to exist. They have that kind of sunset Parisian, and I guess the legal theory on it is that it congress gives money to congress must approve of that they must be saying. Okay. Now, you have the authority, but they're skipping half the process, they're not actually looking behind the curtain dang. Okay. What are you guys doing? You deserve this money. Are you are you wasteful? They're not examining this at all. That puts a lot of pressure on the federal budget. Actually, I wanted to tell your listeners that puts three hundred eighteen billion dollars worth of pressure on the federal budget because that's how much money they're spending that they haven't even taken a second look at these four hundred and ten programs cost three hundred eighteen billion with a B dollars. Okay. And and if I treat that the way everything else in DC is treated and extended over ten. Ten years that means we could save three trillion dollars. But just having all those agencies snap out of existence and say, you don't exist anymore. We're not giving any money because you're not authorized to exist. So therefore, and then if we decide there's one or two of them that we actually wanted to save 'cause they serve some some decent purpose. We say we're going to say that one and that one over there, and you actually force congress, frankly, if the congress has a constitutionally assigned responsibility, not just a thorny, but responsibility for oversight, and they failed to do oversight on these than the congress is in violation of the constitution. Are they not? Congress. They they love to violate account. They they don't take it into account any day of the week. I want you to see do you think, you know, a lawyer who would be willing to bring a case I've got because I'm willing to bet even if we don't have a current violator of the FCC and once you've tested it on them. Just see if the court will extend it to every other agency or or do we have to test them one by one? You know, speaking of lawyers the Pacific legal foundation where we're a law firm. I recently joined the Pacific condition, actually, I've been in congress as a senior advisor to senators for the last five years, and then I heard that. Pacific legal foundation was interested in shedding light on this issue until I immediately jumped on I mean, neither smart lawyers. They have a ton of wins in the core. Promoting liberty at the supreme court,.

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02:27 min | 2 years ago

"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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03:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Lorde we can forge a new beginning for america moore's larson show on the lars larson show which is you know he's servative talk radio or solicit you were saying about my voice it's loud it's strong and it's good and i appreciate your support no honestly provocative talk this is a very big deal listening to the bombastic loudmouths on the radio to hell with them with lars larson welcome back to the lars larson show it's a pleasure to be with you on a thursday night although i have to admit a certain amount of sorrow in hearing the news that we just got a couple of hours ago that the pulitzer prize winning conservative icon dr charles krauthammer has passed away we knew that the time was coming because he had written a letter indicating that his cancer had advanced this is a man who is so very very impressive and i loved getting the opportunity to talk to him on my program which i didn't do all that often not because of my schedule but because of his schedule but he was always generous with his time when we got an interview arranged and the most recent interview we're going to replay the later on later part of this hour because i want you to hear the voice of charles krauthammer who passed away today at the age of sixty eight a very young man but a very accomplished man and a man who did not let the fact that he was confined to a we wheelchair he'd suffered an injury while he was in college it was a swimming accident and he was confined to a chair an awful lot of people i think would have simply said well that's it it's over i can't do much of anything not charles krauthammer he finished school he finished medical school he became a doctor and by the way it might surprise you but go by i'd probably wouldn't surprise you knowing how smart the guy is because an awful lot of us think of him as a conservative icon because of his brilliance when it came to came to dissecting the issues that we really care about the most but as a psychologist he wrote some really really amazing studies and papers that meant that he was very very much skilled in his field of psychology or psychiatry but also began to do a few guest appearances as a doctrine somebody said you ought to do commentary in fact i i remember one night i was talking about krauthammer he was not on the program but i got a call from a gentleman he said i don't understand he he seems he looks as though his jacket doesn't fetters shirt doesn't fit and i said well he's confined to a wheelchair and the caller said he is i thought that's exactly charles krauthammer he never complained about the fact that he was physically limited in that way and you never let it get in the way of him doing all the wonderful things he did during a life that was way too short charles krauthammer who passed away this afternoon we got the news this afternoon you'll hear him later on this hour congress has yet to repeal obamacare but i'll tell you about a new plan that donald trump could enact to fix our health care system from all the damage that was done to it by obamacare and i'll tell you just how dangerous it's become for american police officers and how we might be able to keep them safe and i'll invite you to the program as i do each and every night you want to jump into the best conversation and talk journalism is right here at eight six six hey lars that's eight six six four three nine five to seven seven emails to talk at lars.

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02:12 min | 2 years ago

"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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"larson" Discussed on The Body of Knowledge

The Body of Knowledge

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"larson" Discussed on The Body of Knowledge

"So when when running the gym came as an option i was like oh wet sounds fun i can run my own jim i could coach people have our want i can i can buy all the on my own programming avas boss like this the seems like it makes sense but really still that wasn't actually what i wanted to do so uh actually started i started technique wad um july fourth fourth of july had and go out a fourth of july that day i i recorded the first how to snatch videos better still on youtube and they're on the they're on the faction you to become an on the publish our count but you google doug larson snapped technique looks like the oldest video that's labelled for the july two thousand eleven and a after what cased are had done i was like why could make i just got my my first smartphone in two thousand eleven i was like oh video so easy to do not like to write like blogging was going to work for me but video so easy to do now and i've i've been cochin coaching at the gym for for a number of years and and i was like well i just i could just make the a little short exercised technique videos and that be something to that i think we will be really fun and i think people get a lot of value out of it if a if a client in the gym says hey like you know how i look i could be like okay fix that this natinal by the way i you know i made a video on out so you can go watch it whenever you want watch over and over again and i'll add have this resource to to give dr our daytoday in person clients and so i made about about fifty videos are so throughout the rest of that of that year and then an and i had at a website as collecting an email liston and i wanted to sell digital information products and so the the first info products that i ever made actually was mean u n e backend because we did a presentation and a a now in florida in two thousand ten on training for combat sports and so we presented emma recorded a and in a weird to perth think about sound that product you've been a.

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"larson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"larson" Discussed on WDRC

"Larson alphabet lars larson show it's a pleasure to be with you on her first amendment friday night glad to get your phone calls and emails you know every subject is fair game on first amendment friday which is why it makes at one of my favorite days of the week i often get more naysayers on first remembered friday and indicates the naysayers would put your right to that of the line our twitter poll tonight will decertifying the iran deal make us safer i think it will because it sends a message to the mad muller's of tehran there were no longer to put up with her nonsense that they got a lot of money they got a lot of freedom under the iran nuclear deal including the freedom to finally get to a nuclear weapon if not eight years from now then may be a couple of years from now and that puts america risk we need to send a message to that country that the world is not going to tolerate them becoming nucleararmed enable will launch ballistic missiles because remember this'll be a replay of north korea north korea 25 years ago when we began negotiating with north korea under bill clinton and they didn't have a new program they didn't have a nuclear bomb they didn't have ballistic missiles 25 years of talk and where are we north korea has the nuke north korea has a vision bomb they have a fusion bomb they have ballistic missiles and i think that arguably makes america at greater risk than we were 25 years ago and every time somebody says we should have more negotiations yeah that's a great idea twenty five years of negotiations have produced a nucleararmed ballistic missile armed north korea maybe another five or ten years of negotiations can give us a nucleararmed iran and at ballistic missile arm brought a.

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