18 Burst results for "Lee Habib"

"lee habib" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"lee habib" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Americans who don't comply with your wishes are not luddites or anti vaxxers. Life is more complicated than that. As is this disease. Millions of americans wayne what they know against what they don't about the long term impact of not one or two but multiple vaccine doses versus the probability of their children. Dying or getting dangerously. Sick from cova may choose to resist your future please to move the community forward because in the end it was death and other extreme outcomes from cova so many americans were trying to avert not living life without it all the best lee habib. We've posted. You're terrific column your article your open letter to the mayor and mike online dot com. And i leave you with this lead. You and i talked about this last night on the phone. I saw a statistic this morning about seventy five percent of americans seventy five percent. I believe of adult. Americans are now have at least one dose of the vaccine or at least partially vaccinate seventy five percent and yet this surge is happening and people though the icy user overrun were scrambling. I thought the vaccine was gonna work. Lee habib. Well this is the point my in the end what they want. One hundred percent compliance. You don't get it. Singapore an island in a dictatorship only got two eighty percent of their population. You push the number two hi. It's not the answer. It's not the answer. I appreciate your voice very much. Keep fighting the good fight. And congratulations on all the success with our american stories. Heavy on shelley. Thank you lee. Habib on the mike gallagher show relief factor dot com studio. Stay right.

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Lee Habeeb, VP of Content at Salem, Responds to Mayor's Charge He's 'Selfish' About Vaccination

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:12 min | 9 months ago

Lee Habeeb, VP of Content at Salem, Responds to Mayor's Charge He's 'Selfish' About Vaccination

"Lee habib is a friend and a colleague he did. I collaborated on one of my books. He's vice president of content at the salem media group he is executive producer. Has a great show our american stories which tells the stories of innovators in the arts and sports and business and education and he got he got cogan and had a really rough experience. He joins us to talk a little bit about it lee. I haven't talked in a while. It was great to catch up with you last night after. I read your piece at newsweek which has gone viral a kovic nineteen patient response to the mayor's charge your selfish about the vaccination. What a ride. You've been on my friend mike. I got covert. My wife got coburn and my daughter got code. But i got it hard. Ultimately had blood clots light pneumonia. Thanks to great medical. Help i was. I was cured. And i'm fine now but while i was laying in the hospital bed recovering my mayor in my little town of oxford. Mississippi got on a national news network and she was asked by the anchor. What about people's personal choice. What about it's my body. It's my life and she said well if patients want to choose not to take the vaccine and be selfish and take up hospital beds. Well then. they're not concerned about the greater good. And i'm thinking i'm laying in a hospital bed and she knows nothing about me or my family so i said i'm going to write a letter to her and my letter was simple. I told her about my life and my family. My mother-in-law lives with us. Mike and she's seventy. We decided that she had four co morbidity. He's she smoked lung problems. We convinced her and every senior. We know to get the vaccine. We're not anti actors and we're not luddites mine. Situation was i took the first shot. And i had a very negative reaction because i'd had a surgery in my heart but it didn't sit well with my doctor told me not to take the second vaccine dose because i had more of a chance of being harmed by the dose than did from

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"lee habib" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:02 min | 9 months ago

"lee habib" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"What you say is so crucial. You right to the mayor, who called you selfish for not being fully vaccinated. You took the first dose. You had a reaction that have impacted your heart, your doctor said, and as I understand, your doctor said You got the shot without the doctor involved in your heart procedure, his without his knowledge, and we found out he basically said Lee, What were you thinking? Don't get the second dose. It could affect your heart. Here's what you wrote The three of us, Madam Mayor. The three of us are not selfish. We're good people who made rational medical assessments according to our individual needs and risk profiles. And shaming people into changing their behavior for the greater good isn't the best way to motivate your constituents. Condescension isn't particularly effective either. Indeed, your attitude and the attitude of so many public policy types and experts only pushes those not inclined to take the vaccines. To harden their position. Boy. That's an important partly important point, because when I talked to people who are vaccine resistant, honest to goodness, the more they're getting push, the more they're digging in saying I'm not getting it. Yep. And Mike I've made a concerted effort in my community to make sure the vulnerable or getting the vaccine 80% of all the deaths of people over 65. We know that obesity is a driver to Vietnam has almost no deaths and England and America with high rates of obesity of hide. That's by the way No one's fetch shaming and they shouldn't. But obesity is a primary driver of this disease, and everybody knows it, but no one's allowed to talk about it. And and the really important thing, And here's the good news. Mike 90% of Americans over the age of 65 have now been vaccinated. This is a public policy achievement. Now we got to go after all the Americans who have pre existing conditions, morbid obesity who are 45 65 50. They're vulnerable to, but all of this lack of science. Lack of humility by the science community. They're actually sounding like clerics. I mean, what a clerics do They shame you right? And they have they have Madrasses and they and they forced their dogma on you. Rather than just sound like a doctor and one of us When have we ever got to a doctor who didn't say here's what I think, but you should get a second opinion and maybe a third and then it's your decision. Mr Patient. That's our experience with science and the medical community. When it comes to cancer. My dad had a kidney removed the whole the whole family decided whether that was efficacious or not, with three different doctors talking and giving us input. Just stop the shaming respect choice and give us the data. Quit scaring us. By the way, I'll leave you with this, Mike, because it's so important. What we all worry about is that our kids and our loved ones won't die or be severely damaged. They move the goalposts now to the total eradication of Covid. I don't care if I get covid. If it doesn't hurt me, I'd rather not. But what I really want is to make sure that my family each of us makes the best decision for each of us and we're all different and we have 330 million people in this great country. And a little more respect, a little more understanding and a little more understanding of the skepticism. A big farmers rolling this big farmer polls at 10% and a lot of people have been helpfully skeptical about big farmer. This drug went through the FDA in six months. Life saving cancer drugs take nine years and a billion dollars. So healthy Skepticism is a part of the DNA of the American P. Yeah, but in skepticism and skepticism is not allowed on this subject. It's not permitted. Big Tech won't allow it. The media doesn't allow it. The Biden administration doesn't allow it. Thank goodness for your voice and leave Habib, who also, incidentally, produced a great film, the streets were my father. Can be found at Salem. Now calm. Very important message leaves a great storyteller, and he wrote an open letter to the mayor of Oxford, Mississippi, which concludes thusly. With all due respect. You are our mayor, not our doctor. You were elected to serve us. Not judge us know that Oxygen's people and Oxford, Mississippi Oxo knee ins, I guess is the right way to put that and fellow Americans who don't comply with your wishes are not Luddite or anti-vaxxers. Life is more complicated than that, As is this disease, millions of Americans weighing what they know against what they don't about the long term impact. I'm not one or two. But multiple vaccine doses versus the probability of their Children dying or getting dangerously sick from Covid may choose to resist your future, please, to move the community forward because in the end it was death and other extreme outcomes from Covid. So many Americans were trying to avert not living life without it all the best. Lee Habib, we posted your terrific column. Your article your open letter to the mayor. Mike online dot com and I leave you with this league and I talked about this last night on the phone. I saw a statistic this morning about 75%. Americans 75% I believe of adult Americans are now have at least one dose of the vaccine are at least partially vaccinated 75% and yet This surge is happening and people though the icy user overrun and we're scrambling to. I thought the vaccine was going to work. Li Habib This is the point, Mike in the end. What they want is 100% compliance. You don't get it. Singapore, An island and a dictatorship only got 2 80% for their population. Careful. If you push the number too high. It's not the answer. It's not the answer. I appreciate your voice very much. Keep fighting the good fight and congratulations on all the success with our American stories. Great Having you on the show Lee back. Thank you, Mike. Thanks, Leah Bebe on the Mike Gallagher Show on the relief factor dot com Studios Stay right there. 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"lee habib" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:12 min | 11 months ago

"lee habib" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Can't be true. But really, I was just upset and at the time I just brushed it off. I was like, Nah, I'm a Seabrook's. That's not how the law works. I'll get out with my attorneys argue for the appellate court, and the appellate court overturns my sins, and she said, All right, I'm telling you what I know. And you're listening to send Toya Brown talking about her sentence, the mindset that she had to adopt and some people who started to care about her. You talked about the psychological attacks, which, as she put it were worse than any potential physical attacks. And this one lady Miss Seabrook's who kept telling her that God had the answers for she was putting her faith in law and lawyers when we return more of sand Toyo Brown's remarkable life story, a great redemption story here on our American stories. This is Lee Habib. For many Americans, Father's Day is a day to celebrate. For many others. It's a day to get through because Father's Day hurts. If you don't have a father, the facts are clear. Father was. This drives many bad outcomes in America from teen pregnancy to incarceration. But there's a path forward, which is why I urge you to order a powerful new film by our American stories. Cold streets were my father. It features the journey of three inner city Chicago men from fatherlessness to gangs. From life in prison to prison Ministry programs that set them on the road to redemption and lives as productive members of society to see this important and inspirational film the streaming version and disks. Go to Salem, Nail com and buy a copy or copies for anyone you know who doesn't have a father or who doesn't believe in the power of God? To change lives go to sell now calm the buyer's dream, this film that sell them now dot com To.

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"lee habib" Discussed on WORLD OVER

WORLD OVER

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"lee habib" Discussed on WORLD OVER

"It looked pulled it and have a theology degree right raymond. I mean he knew what he knew. He went out to the world to witness. And that's what these guys were doing. In fact leslie was brought to christ by a guy named peanut. His nickname was peanut because he was so big. Had a life sentence no chance of parole and peanuts was always smiling and peanut was leading people to lord imagine a guy serving a life sentence always smiling leslie set to himself one day why this guy smiling and why am i so miserable and there's gotta be a better life for me out there. I can't do this anymore. Enough is enough. God if you're out there if there is a god lord if you're real show yourself to me when we suffocate ourselves to him right raymond and we've all looked. Many of us have been there. We may not have committed a crime or murder. But we've hit some lows in our lives the valleys and it's in those valleys that we tend to in many ways. Lean on the lord. Regrettably in america. You know that there aren't enough valleys in too. Many christians lives until the lord and we don't lean on him enough. These men did and my goodness revolution occurred in their lives in my final couple of minutes here many would say these are sad stories particularly on father's day. You call this film a love story. Why let's love story because a it proves that no matter where we are in our walk. The god is our father and i really hope that people who have good fathers will watch this film too because sometimes we take for granted what we have. It's only in. Its absence that we can truly understand. Sometimes the meaning value of things. I had a wonderful father but my father because he knew we were privileged. And raymond. forget white privilege to father privilege is matters most. My dad insisted that we work with kids. Who didn't have fathers and that we reach out to them and that we get to know them put body on him. He was a lifetime educator but the real reason he got an education. We should try and find those boys will vulnerable and put men on those boys and those girls to women suffer from fatherless-ness to yes. They do indeed they do indeed have trust issues and and all kinds of things happen reading accused for men It's so important. What you mentioned there mentoring kids who don't have fathers and i think sometimes because of the business of our lives i see this when i go to schools lee when i give you know Author presentations and meet with kids. You can you can see their yearning for the attention of an adult and that time spent on just them. It's really important and thank you for reminding us all of that and so much more. The streets were my father. Produced by lee habib and our american stories is available to stream. Now you can rent it or.

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"lee habib" Discussed on WORLD OVER

WORLD OVER

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"lee habib" Discussed on WORLD OVER

"So the us bishops debate. A document to address withholding communion from politicians who publicly defy church teaching archbishop of san francisco salvator porta leoni is here with an insider's perspective on the bishops virtual spring meeting. And how is this eucharistic. Coherence conversation playing in the pews editor catholic world news. Philip lawlor is here with analysis and later on this father's day edition of the show. Postive radios are american stories. Lee habib joins me to talk about fatherhood and the moving stories of redemption in his new film. The streets were my father. Finally dominic sijuade scheme shares a new documentary about.

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"lee habib" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"lee habib" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"It's still the erc metaxas show remember before was protect show. It's still. we're doing so well that they said let it ride. Keep going keep going. You're doing just fine. I have a guest on a friend. Lee habib lee. You are in oxford mississippi. Yes i am. It's a beautiful small town onto faulkner in grisham and willie mars and richard ford. Some of the great writers in american life. And it's the home to ole miss and sec football and you probably don't know this but in my memoir which just came out a couple of months ago. It's called fish out of water. And i threw out the book. Make fun of william faulkner and his pretentious. Supercilious modernist prose. But we don't have time to go into that right now. we wanna. I agree no actually part of my book. I one of the funniest scenes in the book. I can't say it on the air. Because it's kind of gross. But i found myself in a train compartment with an odd individual in italy and it was so horrible but to make it a thousand times worse and you can read the chapter. I am in this. Drank apartment with this. Weird situation. Developing reading faulkner. It's like you want to put a bullet through your head. I survived but oh my gosh. I wanna talk to you. Though about the street from my father's the film people go to salem. Now dot com. And i wanna talk to you about this apologetic. That fatherhood is one of those things. Everybody deals with this. Either you have a good father or you don't and that affects you even if you don't wanna talk about it if you really don't wanna talk about it it's because it's really affected you it's inescapable. We are all created by god. The father too long for a healthy father relationship many of us. Don't have it so the statistics and i got this from you. The statistics on kids who grew up without a father. Ninety percent folks. Ninety percent of homeless and runaway kids do not have a father that is thirty two times. The national average eighty five percent of kids with behavioral disorders. Don't have a father eighty five percent with behavioral disorders. That's twenty times. The national average eighty five percents of young people who are in prison. Don't have a father eighty five percent then there's teen pregnancy sexual abuse so we're talking about something that you don't have to believe in god you don't have to care about anything. You're a sociologist. And you look at this and you say it appears as though this species human beings if they don't have a father they their lives are nine and ten times going to be a disaster. So you don't even have to be a christian. You just have to say is the sociology. These are the facts. Talk about that because most people we don't talk about this in the culture what could be more overwhelming than what i just quoted. I think it's why no one wants to talk about. It is no one thinks there's an answer or they think more government is the answer. Government can't love child and a lot of people there believed that as the government intervened and broke the mother and father apart by allowing the mother to receive benefits without a father. This made the problem worse. Not just in the black community but the white and hispanic community four out of ten kids. Now eric grow up without a father. Four hundred ten. It's twenty five percent in the white community now. Fifty percent of the hispanic community and seventy percent the african american. And that right there. I just wanna say people talk about. We have a problem with black crime. Black this black that and say yes seventy percent you just said it do not have a father in the home ladies and gentleman if you think black lives matter. There's your answer right there. You don't even have to have an opinion on why or whatever just deal with the statistics seventy percent now if we as a culture don't deal with that and you rightly the government caused this problem government. Meddling big government. Always rex everything. What could be clearer than these statistics. Astonishing i mean. It's almost amazing that this isn't the we've talked about global warming. We talk about systemic racism. We talk about these. Are all these big problems. White nationalist terrorists which you and i are were card carrying members. So here's my question. How can we not talk about this more. How is it that it's because father's day. And i'm gonna say this again. June is father's month making note of that father's day is an opportunity for us to talk. About what could be the biggest problem in the united states. That's the reason we did the movie. And we have a times square billboard a usa today full page ad challenging americans and the american church to to be the solution you know if we can love one person a million times over seven hundred thousand men year. Come out of prison. Let's meet him at the gate. The way chuck colson. Let's meet at the gate. The way many mildred. Let's show our love. I mean we can agree with the problem. It's and by the way some will say some of its economic. Some will say this or that but we know one thing. Poverty doesn't cause fatherless-ness. We pretty much know that. Fatherless-ness causes poverty. How do we get people to make better choices with their life. And how do we put love and bodies around the people who did. This is the question of a lifetime for the church. I mean look if i were satan. My number one goal would be to destroy fatherhood. There is nothing more effective. And let's face it in america since roughly the sixties. There's been a narrative out there that whatever who ever at the top. Let's take them down. So father's whatever white people or whatever it is there's something about it which feels satanic in other words. It says like we don't like anybody to be in the lead. So let's instead of examining why fathers have traditionally been the heads of household. Let's just take him down. The results have been so devastating. And i just wanna say this again. We're gonna go to another break folks. But i i just want to say if you care about people if you care about the inner city you have to care about fatherless-ness disticts are astonishing. They are astonishing. They are case closed. Statistics the answer. is ultimately jesus. We're going to talk more to lee habib the streets. Were my father. Go to salem. Now dot com. There's street sound so familiar.

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"lee habib" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"lee habib" Discussed on KTRH

"In New York and I give a speech and it's highlight because you get to hang out with other radio people. We don't You don't hang out with other radio people were all very, very much loners. You might know of someone because they they're show airs in your market or your show airs in there. Mark, you don't really get to meet him. And one of the speeches it was given by a guy I had never met had heard his name. His name is Li hubby. And He delivered this message now. Radio people around radio people. One of my One of my most dramatic memories is Joe Walsh. Um Standing up and giving basically a scream match at a rally. To the radio industry. These rather talk show host really kind of a weird deal. Leah Babe. Became in person. He's sort of morphed into Paul Harvey. He started telling these stories that at the end, there was a great reveal and to entertain radio people. As a radio person is a very hard thing to do because everybody thinks they're the greatest of what they do, so I started paying attention to this guy. So Lee Habib does a show called our American stories, and it's very Paul Harvey esque. It's positive. It's inspiring. It's aspirational. It airs here in Houston on Katie. End weeknights. So after Mark Levin and before coast to coast. Lee Habib. He started with the Laura Ingraham show. And he's at Salem Radio. Now he lives in Oxford, Mississippi, with his bride Valerie, and his daughter, Reagan, and he just wrote a piece that's quite interesting. That appeared in Newsweek. About the Briana Taylor case. That's the case of the woman whose security guards was shot and killed by the cops. These stories get portrayed as cops or good She deserved to die or cops or bad She should have never died and people riot, but I don't think they ever look into the complexity of these cases. Lee Habib road apiece. And I know what a turnoff right that there's right and wrong on both sides of this this whole thing, But he wrote a piece about that. There's very instructive and I asked him to come on the show and talk about that. Only why did you feel the need to tell more about a story that so much ink has been spilled on already? Because it's my nature as a security person and a person who I'm look, I'm a Christian, and I always know that people aren't what they seem and good people can do bad things and bad people could do good things. Old people, most people trying and strive to do good. And I just knew that the narratives on the left and the right always well the Louise obstruct that and they'll get at humanizing people to advance their narrative. There was something about the story that kept bugging me. Her boyfriend, If you remember in this story, admitted he shot the cops first came through the door. And yet he wasn't charged. And I thought Why wasn't he charged? Just shot a cop. He admitted he shot at a cop. And he wasn't charged, and that's what led to me sitting down and listening to all the grand jury testimony because it got released last Friday. Only if I could get you to tell the story. And if you would refer to Briana, her current boyfriend, which we'll call the boyfriend and then the ex boyfriend Because everybody knows a story like this. This wasn't really a case of cops. This was really a case of a bad ex boyfriend. As you tell the story and the current boyfriend who's dealt with this guy before, But if you could kind of tell that story got about three minutes in this segment, then we'll explore it in a rest. I think people might learn something. Charlie. Let me set it up Brianna Taylor as two boyfriends, a bad boyfriend and a good boyfriend. By the way, Every parent wants their child, the daughter to have the best boyfriend But she falls in with this guy whose name is your market school over the bad boyfriend, JaMarcus. And grown up in Jackson, Mississippi. He almost killed a guy got a 16 year sentence that got served seven and then decided didn't want to stay in Mississippi anymore. Just got caught again doing what he did, which is the drug trade. It would have been a long sentence, like close the lights, so he goes to Louisville and Briana meets. Um and he's attracted on some level to him. She's not a dealer. She's not a part of the enterprise. 2016. She makes the mistake of leasing, leasing and renting a car venture markets and JaMarcus and gives it to a pal and the pal ends up dead executed gangland style. And Brianna's brought in for questioning because she leased the car. Did this guy chops cleared her? She kept on being with him not being with him, and she met this new guy, the new boy's friend, Good guy, and she's starting to figure out what I got to get rid of this bad boy friend. Is this good boyfriend? Well, that represents my future Brannan trying to settle her life. Down. She wants to get away from the bad boyfriend. But he keeps getting in the jail, getting into scrapes, calling her up to bail him out. He's a good girl has a heart for this guy. He's not all bad Thie ex boyfriend and no one's all bad. If she bails him out a few times, and this is how she gets caught up in this warrant. Five houses are being surveilled by the Louisville Police Department around this guide your markets, clover and his associates is a dead person's showed up in a car of a friend of his and many people were dying or Were involved in the drug trade. And so that night when the raid happened Tops. They're going to five houses simultaneously, and one of them is Briana Taylor's not because she's a suspect, not because they think he's a criminal, but maybe the boyfriend there. Maybe there's drug money there. Maybe something else is going on there. And that's why that night. Those cops showed up on their doorstep. Good boyfriend, bad boyfriend and then everything that happens from that? Well, the testimony reveals a heck of a story from the good boyfriend. I really was. It was it was urgent to me to figure out what the good boyfriend had to say about that night. I want to wait till the next segment, so we have time to explore it. But you know, a woman ended up dead here. Police officer ended up wounded careers have been destroyed. A city has been tourney asunder. Community has been ripped apart. Over something that I really don't think very many people actually know what happened or the context within which it happened, and I want to talk about first when we come back. I want to talk about What happened? I want you to lay that out because you do a great job of it in the article, which we've posted to the block, by the way, Michael Berry show dot com. Um you do a great job laying out the details of what happened to context, which you've now you've placed And then I want to talk about what we learned from this because in these cases there's always more to these stories, then meets the eye and rioters and and the like. Don't don't tend to like to tell that but we'll continue our conversation with Lee hubby of our American stories. Coming up, Michael.

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"lee habib" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"lee habib" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Club on September nineteenth promoting a show called our American stories which is delivered by Lee Habib it's actually a great idea it's put together by an organization called American private radio A. P. R. it's in in P. R. alternative where as in B. R. is government funded this is privately funded and this event will be a tax deductible ticket sale donation fundraiser for that organization I will be hosting the event but it is not my event so if you go to our website at Republic Country Club dot com you will be redirected to an evening with newt to buy tickets the organization is put on that the event is put on by the organization not by our show or our our our music venue they asked us to host the event and we did because it's a good cause it's a good it's a very good radio program doing I think very good work telling the stories of America's values in the latest Monmouth poll a national poll not a particular state Bernie Sanders is up six percent in the same poll from June at twenty percent turns out the Democrats love socialism Elizabeth Warren also a socialist up five percent to twenty percent so forty percent of democratic primary voters want a candidate who is openly socialist coming in third at nineteen percent down thirteen percent in the same poll Joe Biden coming in fourth at eight percent comma lock him up Heris then at four percent Cory Booker also at four percent body gig at three percent newcomer Andrew Yang at two percent hello Leon Castro also at two percent Marianne Williamson and finally tied with Marianne Williamson the great white hope Beto o'rourke look for Beto to exit stage right in announce he's running for the Senate against John Cornyn Beto is behind Andrew gang he's behind Pete but a gig Cory Booker Kamel Heris Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren and openly socialist Bernie Sanders their front runner is an old geezer who wags his finger at people constantly and isn't even a Democrat he's tied with the nagging old woman named Elizabeth Warren they're beating the crazy old man Joe Biden who was supposed to win the nomination Biden over the weekend was in New Hampshire but poor fellow let him go home and rest he's hired the old man was in New Hampshire and he talked about how great it was to be in Vermont no Joe you're in New Hampshire poor fella after the shooting in el Paso he said it was terrible what happened in Houston after the shooting in Dayton Ohio says terrible what happened in Michigan I've said it for years Joe's going nuts so what did you do yesterday he came out and literally said I'm not going nuts he's the last one to know if someone says I'm not going nuts rest assured that gas going nuts.

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"lee habib" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"lee habib" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The cheers story was worth. Stop all alone. San, but there's much more. To come. This is Lee Habib this is our American stories more after these messages. That's not fair. We hear it all the time yet. What is fair is fair. When everyone gets the exact same amount or fair when one person gets more because she's worked harder or smarter. This simple question about fair is a big deal. Politicians make laws based on their idea. What fairies interestingly, both ideas affair are. Right in a family seems fair that all get the same. It's only fair that a teacher gives students about the same amount of attention. However in life, the other type of fair seems well most it's only fair that people who take on the more difficult jobs or work longer hours get paid more than others. Besides those who work better don't earn more than others. They would feel they were treated unfairly and probably work less. So it is fair to say that both types of fairness are needed still when you think something is not fair think which type of fair to hear more episodes. Go to the Y minutes dot com. At bluecross blueshield, our companies take what we learned from covering one in three Americans to make health care work better from pinpointing hotspots for asthma and taking action to keep kids in school to matching patients with a primary care doctors. They need we use our unmatched data and unique insights to address the needs of the communities we serve for that health of America. Learn more at BC BS progress health dot com. The.

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"lee habib" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"lee habib" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The the information that matters to you on KOA NewsRadio. This is Lee Habib, and this is our American stories the life of Carol Burnett. We just did the life of Lucille ball born and died both of them on the same day. Ball died on this day in history. And Carol Burnett was born, and let's take you to the beginning of the very first Carol Burnett show, which originally aired on September eleventh nineteen sixty seven she breaks the fourth wall. She does something no one else that ever done before. And television shows actually takes a few questions from the audience, which he turned into a standup routine. Presents this program in color. Our first show that we're doing. I'm really excited very very happy. That y'all with it. Nice. Could you the life? I could see. We're getting ready back there. The before the opening number. I just come out and chat and get to know you, and you get to know me and everything for we start. If you have any questions at all you'd like to ask don't hesitate to ask anything you want. You want to know about the show or who's on or what? Yes, sir. Oh, you just back that up..

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"lee habib" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"lee habib" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Expect us to be drawn out fight. But this is yet another letter from chairman Neil, basically saying you have until April twenty third to get back to me on whether or not you're going to turn over the president's tax returns. ABC? So Cal weather mostly clear this evening areas of low clouds and fog overnight with lows in the mid fifty. More news coming up in thirty minutes. Continuing coverage at KABC dot com. I'm Steve coming. Talkradio seven ninety KABC news. Thanks for calling Consolidated Credit counseling services. Can I help you is it credit card bills? Yes, I have to credit cards that are making minimum payments on and another that I'm behind on about five thousand dollars interest rates. Are you paying between eighteen and twenty two percent cat rate? It'll take over twenty years to pay off twenty years. Let Consolidated Credit can do is work with your creditors to lower your payments and reduce or even eliminate your interest charges. You should be able to pay everything off in three or four years. Just give me some details and get ready to celebrate your freedom from debt, Consolidated Credit. We're here to give you freedom from debt. Call now for your free consultation known it was this easy. I would've call years ago. Calling hundred five to sixty seven fifty that's eight hundred five five sixty seven fifty eight hundred five five to sixty seven fifteen. Credit counselling services Inc. Three three. From. Service. The organ the. Corporation commission, license number d c thirty two. From the Tony winning director of South Pacific. And the king comes a celebration of life. Love laughter and. Direct from blood way entirely fresh and a reason for celebration exclaims, New York magazine. Fiddler on the roof. Hollywood pen teaches theatre April sixteenth through Maitha. This is Lee Habib with our American stories. Tune in every night from nine to eleven year stories about everything from the arts sports and from business history right here on KABC seven ninety. The hard truth is that our nation is divided wounded angry. Where is the voice of reason? Tune into a nation divided discussing issues that divide us and how they affect your civil rights a nation divided with Brian Dunne Saturdays at four PM on talkradio seven ninety KABC the beginning of commonsense. Em seven ninety ABC. Well back. You're listening to a nation divided. We KABC talkradio seven ninety we've coming to you live from.

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"lee habib" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"lee habib" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Singing ain't no sunshine from his nineteen seventy-one debut album. Just as I am. This is Lee Habib, and this is our American stories and now from one of our favorite recurring segments. The story of a song and this one grandma's hands by Bill withers. It was on the same record didn't achieve quite the status that the other hits he may did songs like lean on me and songs like just the two of us were chart toppers. Grandma's hands. Wasn't just Bill withers favorite song. It's my favorite Bill withers song too. And before we dig into the song. And how it came to be Bill withers was born in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight in a tiny town population. Two hundred right now in West Virginia called slab fork. It's in the south central part of the state coal mining town. Let's hear. Bill withers talk about life. They're my family lived, right? Beside this railroad track. All the white people live the one-sided railroad track and all black people lived on the other side of railroad track. Well, my mother bought a house that was just on the side that she wasn't supposed to buy it on. But it was you know, just two houses to families. You know that were allowed over there. But when I was growing up wherever I heard noise, that's where I went to play and everybody called me little brother. In fact, my mother was looking for me on this side. We're all the white people live once and she was calling me by my name. And nobody said no we haven't seen him then she thought. Well, maybe they they're called. So this little brothers. Oh, yeah. He's right over there. So there was always a certain interaction here. I think more so than most southern state and did he would go on to talk about the fact that black and white s- went into those minds together, and it was dangerous work. So just as soldiers bonded and race meant less in conflict the same in the minds. And now, let's hear an introduction by Bill withers describing this song to whom it was dedicated his grandma. Most of us at some point in our lives. Have somebody that means? More to us than anybody else has ever meant before lever mean again, sometimes it's a long legged lady if you're a man or some tall, very smooth, man. If you're a woman. But in my case, I learned how to really love somebody from not a very pretty lady not at that point in their life. Not. Sexy at all. But just a nice old lady who use some very nice old. Gnarled hand to make life kind of nice for me at that time when I really needed somebody. And it wasn't after I got older and started to look around for things. It was before. I even knew what I was looking for. And probably since I consider myself somebody who writes, primarily out of all the. Things that I might have written. My favorite thing Britain.

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"lee habib" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"lee habib" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"California. Congressman Devin Nunes is accusing Twitter and several users defamation he wants a quarter million dollars. The defendants include to parody accounts, Devon, Nunez, mom and Devin Nunes cow which mocked him during the midterm election. The suit also accuses Twitter of censoring viewpoints with which it disagrees something called shadow banning Twitter. Denies it. Experts say the suit is a long shot since section two thirty of the Communications Decency Act gives internet services immunity from liability for any material posted by users. Correspondent Wally is. Authorities say a Bob cat that survived to southern California wildfire has been hit and killed by a car. The Santa Monica mountains national recreation area tweeted that the adult male Bob cat known as b three sixty one died last week. The animal was struck by a car and Calabasas about thirty miles west downtown, Los Angeles more of these stories at townhall dot com. Patrick fos. This is Lee Habib, and this is our American stories, and we tell stories about everything you're on the.

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"lee habib" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"lee habib" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"lee habib" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"lee habib" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"This is Lee Habib even this is our American stories where we love to tell stories about everything the yards sports history sometimes in policy, never screaming never yelling. And we love to tell soldiers stories on this show and first responders by the way on the soldiers front. We don't wait until Veterans Day and Memorial Day. Tell those stories are men and women are out there every day and always have been all year round and this story. Well, it's a doozy. This is the man that other army green berets think of when they need that little extra inspiration in the middle of a harrowing firefight. You know, how much we love artists on this show, but no writer in Hollywood could have come up with this story. We're actually going to meet Master Sergeant ROY p Ben Evita's later in this hour, but first let's hear president. Ronald Reagan read, the unbelievable citation for his medal of honor our nation's highest award for valor. And again, then we'll hear from Bellavia days himself, tell his life story that began with being a poor orphaned mixed race. Dropout Master Sergeant ROY p Benedetto's United States army retired for conspicuous gallantry and intrepid action at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty where there is a brave man. It is said there is the thickest of the fight. There is the place of honor on may second nineteen. Sixty eight Master Sergeant then staff sergeant ROY Bennett he distinguished himself by a series of daring and extremely valorous actions while assigned detachment b fifty six fifth special forces group airborne first special forces Republican Vietnamese on the morning of may second nineteen sixty eight at twelve man special forces reconnaissance team was inserted by helicopters in a dense jungle area west of in the app nam to gather intelligence information about confirmed large-scale enemy activity this area was controlled and routinely patrolled by the North Vietnamese army after a short period of time on the ground the team met heavy enemy resistance and requested emergency extraction, three helicopters attempted extraction. But were unable to land due to intense enemy, small arms and anti-aircraft. Fire. Sergeant Betty dash was at the forward operating base in LOC Ninh monitoring the operation by radio. When these helicopters returned to offload, wounded crew members and to assess aircraft damage sergeant Benedi voluntarily boarded a returning aircraft to assist in another extraction attempt realizing that all team members were either dead or wounded and unable to move to the pickup zone. He directed the aircraft to a nearby clearing where he jumped from the hovering helicopter and ran approximately seventy five meters under withering small-arms fire to the cripple team prior to reaching the team's position. He was wounded in his right leg face and head despite these painful injuries, he took charge repositioning the team members and directing their fire to facilitate the landing of an extraction aircraft and the loading of wounded and dead team members. He then through smoke canisters to direct the aircraft of the teams position despite his severe wounds and under intense, enemy fire. He carried and dragged half of the wounded team members to the waiting aircraft. He then provided protective fire by running alongside the aircraft. As it moved to pick up the remaining team members. There's the enemy's fire intensified he hurried to recover the body and the classified documents on the dead team leader when he reached the team leaders body sergeant then Evita's was severely wounded by small arms fire in the abdomen and grenade fragments in his back. At nearly the same moment, the aircraft pilot was mortally wounded and his helicopter crashed. Although in extremely critical condition due to his multiple wounds started better data's secured, the classified documents and made his way back to the wreckage where he aided the wounded out of the overturned aircraft and gathered the stunned survivors into a defensive perimeter under increasing enemy automatic weapons and grenade fire, he moved around the perimeter distributing water and ammunition to his weary men re-instill. Leeann them a will to live and fight facing buildup of enemy opposition with the beleaguered team sergeant Benedetti's. Mustard his strength and began calling in tactical airstrikes, directing the fire from supporting gun ships to suppress the enemy's fire and Soper mid another extraction attempt. He was wounded again in his thigh by small arms fire while administering first aid to wounded team member just before another extraction helicopter was able to land his indomitable spirit kept in going as they began to carry his comrades to the craft on a second trip with a wounded. He was clubbed from behind by an enemy soldier in the ensuing. Hand to hand combat. He sustained additional.

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"lee habib" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"lee habib" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"They have a rest of the NBA fearing the deal. Doughty honest quarter slammed down the life. What? Are ready for a deep postseason is one guy? They can stop follow Janas and company all the way to the playoffs on the home about bucks. WGM J baseballwise. That means this guy's back on your radio. There's not like that's where we all. Strive for what everybody's looking at a championship down the road at some point brewers are gearing up for another run at the World Series. It's a good thing to have high expectations. I think that's where we want to be baseball is back on the air on February twenty third the NFL central champs play hear GM, John. This is Lee Habib and this is. One way the other we have to do it. Trump declares national emergency to get more money for his wall. We have an invasion of drugs invasion of gangs, invasion of people bypassing congress. I got one point four billion. But I'm not happy with it. But on the wall, they skimped and sparking bipartisan backlash this is crazy. And I think that the the real damage is incalculable it's very serious and traveling. I think this is manufactured. I think it is inappropriate Trump's raising questions about presidential overreach and abuse of power already being challenged in court, the president acknowledging. He didn't to do this. So is really a national origin see at the border. We'll get the funds and finally build his wall. We'll look at all sides of this debate with one of the president's top defenders, congress a piece Senate democrat and the state attorney general finding to take Trump to court and our country is in grave peril. And I cannot sit any longer quietly on the sidelines. We talk to the man who could be Trump's first twenty twenty Republican challenger governor Bill, well, plus inside and analysis from our powerhouse roundtable. From ABC news this week. Co-anchor Martha Raddatz. Morning and welcome to this week in US Mexico border in Texas, a small portion of the nearly two thousand mile stretch of land worth President Trump has declared a national emergency saying there's quote, an invasion.

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"lee habib" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"lee habib" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"This is Lee Habib, and this is our American stories Ralph WALDO Emerson is a name you probably heard way back in high school possibly elementary school. He was born in eighteen oh three in American poet, and philosopher he began his career. As a unitarian minister in Boston becoming famous around the world for his essays like self reliance history. The over soul and feet. He became a major name in the transcendental est movement where he earned the nickname the sage of concord, self reliance is an essay written by Emerson in eighteen forty one. And it contains one of the most recurrent themes, the need for individuals to avoid conformity and false consistency and to follow their own instincts. It's the source of one of Emerson's most famous quotations, quote, a foolish consistency is the hob goblin of little minds adored by little statesmen, and philosophers and divine so stop what you're doing for just a minute sit down and listen to the rare eloquence of an American master, poet and philosopher now Ralph WALDO Emerson self reliance familiar as the mind is to the highest merit. We ascribe to Bose's Plato and Middleton is that they set not books and traditions. Spoke not what men, but what they thought a man should learn to detect and watch that gleam of light which flashes across his mind from within more than the luster, the firmament of bards and sages. Dismisses without notice his thought because it is his. Then every work of genius. We recognize our own rejected thought they come back to us with a certain alienated majesty great works of art have no more affecting lesson for us than this. They teach us to abide by our spontaneous impression with good humor in flexibility, the most when the whole cry of voices is on the other side tomorrow, a.

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