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"leslie osborne" Discussed on Switch4Good

Switch4Good

08:17 min | 8 months ago

"leslie osborne" Discussed on Switch4Good

"And i'm here with my globe trotting host while least to atlanta from la. That's in these days. This glow that's globetrotting pretty much My my globetrotting hosts dot c. Bam shy c. there. You've been traveling well because it's really important what it is it was. It's good work. i think that's i believe so right this but Yeah it's it's it's it's been interesting right During this covid scenario and the airlines are doing their best right to keep the middle seats open. And i've a completely full flight completely full and then my flight back was actually overbooked. But it wasn't delta which is keeping its at now keeping its middle seats so yes American and yeah. I actually felt safe. I think i paid like four times going. I went to the bathroom four times. Whereas i have friends who will not go to the bathroom on a plane. You know they're just too afraid like during covid. You're saying to walk around right. Yeah cova yeah okay. I was like okay. You need to get you. Don't or again travel so Yeah i was on delta. 'cause it was a orange county to atlanta and there's a there's direct flight but We have a partnership. Is you know with them. A youth soccer team in atlanta about three thousand families and we started it last year And were aware that it is. You know that's not a high amount of numbers but there is a. There's an opportunity there for some real impact saturation within these three. Three thousand families and they're all families of You know athletes because they are all their kids play soccer. That's what that's what this is. And so i win. Presented to their board board directors. And the this. Yeah the soccer team. Soccer club really is what it is and Last year early last year and There was there is quite a bit of pushback were you. you're saying so as well. It was presenting for us to be their title partner. So let me give a little bit of background the The person on the board that asked me to come and present is a longtime at animal rights activist and advocate and his kids are talented soccer players and and have gone through all the ranks of this Soccer club and so four years. He's been trying to get a an animal rights partner on board as their as their title partner and he Went through br animals. pita different and and the board said absolutely no freaking way. This is not happening. Just they just before it they something of mascots the great mascots people just in bunny outfits could have been low define i'd they completely missed out but the board and the fed just it was just like this isn't happening. We're just like you were just not ready for this. So when we came about he approached switch for good in a bit of a fit. In terms of you know we were. We started by by athletes and we have a very very much a health and performance based focus And so i went in and presented and it was i was. It was a little bit like being in front of a firing squad when it was over. I mean i presented and then Brought dr jim loomis with me as well who then presented you know the science behind the differences between animal based foods and plant based foods and performance and output and repair and recovery and health. And all of those things so anyway. Long story short The board finally. We went after i presented. We went through loads and loads and loads of conference calls and phone calls. And how will this roll out. And we can't push this on our families eh. Just a lot of details but we finally got to wear. The board voted ascend. What ended up being. I think nine to two as communist was unanimous so we still had some some adversaries and we still had a bit of a a little bit of uphill battle on our hands but what was exciting about this weekend is we. Were there last year three times with our big switch for good booth and all of our information and education and last year. We went with selfie station for all the kids to take pictures. Who brought soccer stars with us a three time. Gold medallist heather mitts has been on the podcast and leslie osborne and world cup champion. And you know just just trying to get some excitement and understanding around. You know what we're doing here and why this matters and and some of their heroes. That are dairy free implant based But this time I just went by myself right because in one a drag the team there during cobra and to be as safe as we can be and so What i noticed was this time. So many families came up and said we're one hundred percent dairy free family now And that i mean just hearing that those transformations have taken place in in in the south mean. I grew up in the south as you knew. So it's a. It's a lot different when i go home. And you know coming from california where i lived for twenty five years now so just just hearing those faces. Light up are seeing those faces. Light up hearing those stories About you know recovering from illnesses And kids especially the kids of color who are not sick anymore because they were lactose intolerant. For sure it because it was you know either respiratory issues Exacerbating asthma or you know really intense stomach discomfort before games right that they were dealing with with a consuming dairy so It jen acme of course as they get a little older the but the ones they mentioned. Yeah that he'll from. These are the things that they've seen happened in their family. So it was it was. It was it that made these. What what was it. That switch for good presented that help them make the switch. Well so we it's been and so after. We came on as their title partner which was a year and a half ago. We communicate with them all the time. So we're a part of their newsletter. They get specific newsletter. They get education. They get information They get You know wonderful times to spend time with some some of the people on our staff in teaching and education and classes and and then our gust Just did an incredible cooking class for them because we had wanted to come in the fall and do like a parent's date night. And just you know just you know pairing wine and food and just and and do it live right actually in person But because of covid it was like okay. This isn't this isn't to actually be possible so it would. It happened on youtube. And she was extraordinary and You know they're just. They're learning that it's not gross yucky food. Which is what you know. We were getting the as we all have those in those. I kind of you know days and weeks of like you know. You're taking away everything that we love. And we're not traded that so it was just a moment of of a full heart for me seen the transformations and hearing the transformational story. So well congratulations and three thousand families. That's a lot of people and big ripple effect is how i look at it to earn for their own however year olds five year. Old six year olds that are coming up. And they've got their see we're on the front of all their jerseys. So it's the switch. Forget live better dairy free so you know. That's three thousand families that are wearing. The kids are wearing those jerseys but then they go play all over the state you know and so all of the other teams are. What's my dairy free. What in the world so yeah. It has a potential pretty good ripple and folks in the audience. If you wanna t shirt like that you can go to switch for good dot or to the store and get some amazing shirts that say wonderful things about being dairy free so check them out but now we're going to check out our guest who did have a really really great presentation. I watched it and it made me want to cook you. Don't cook actually thought this might be good for. She made a spaghetti. Squash and it had this great ricotta sauce and A goulette and i thought. Oh maybe i could do this. From holidays next canapes and stuff so.

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"leslie osborne" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"leslie osborne" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Yeah, I mean. I I love being around athletes in that sense because I just you know especially as as a woman, I also had the opportunity to be around female athletes you know having done the women's World Cup with Fox two years in a row now. Two additions. The women's World, Cup you know what I mean. and. There's some can special athletes like this insane dry the that always makes you feel like you're not quite doing enough yourself. Do you know what I mean like? I would I would I remember twenty fifteen was my first time doing a women's World Cup in Leslie Osborne One of the pundits on net and she was in the Pundit again twenty nineteen and twenty fifteen she said to me I'm GONNA run every day you wanna come and I was like Yeah I looked jog definitely. Never again, I mean we got down the road and I was like holy crap is, is this the pace we're going to be his GONNA make it and I mean I think she'd like just had the second baby at the time as well and I've never had one and really only have my myself to look after and she just she kills me destroy men never win again I I made an excuse I stopped about halfway round. Aussie macadear herself. Yeah. I was I was I. had something similar not quite the same would teary on re when he was at the Red Bulls and you know the way you get locker room access. So unreal like stripped off top off like rick shredded right and I'm like I. I'm just looking at him right and I'm like you're only getting audio jj and yet when I began speaking to them, I could feel myself soccer my stomach in and kind of just put my shoulders back because I was beside this this incredible donnas but anyway. ME. Kate's for for the fine on Jayjay and I have talked about buying unit for a while and you mentioned the flocks that they were in like not even that long ago. We kind of view them I think is the best team in the world right now almost regardless of what happens on Sunday. As there are you of that mindset and is there anything that could kind of move you off of the? A horrible loss anything to that effect I think they're vulnerable is he's that and I think there are vulnerabilities that that PSG or in a great position with the squad that they have to expose. So I think that you could come away from it. Thinking that. Yes they're great team but this things that they need to work on. I, think they play fantastic football I think that that one of those teams that you just really enjoy watching. And you know I covered wounds this last season with Fox, and to see the way that Hansie Flick who abide away I think at the time that he took over everybody kind of. Though allocates it's an okay interim. Manager and interim appointment. Let's see who we can find. Now who can do the job properly while he's just looking at the things he had no talk club experience at the time. Yes. He had the experience with with the world. Cup. Again, he'd always been in yachting lives kind of shadow. He'd never been the guy and I think everybody doubted whether he could be that guy said to see the way that he has kind of reinstated a Thomas Miller got got the best out of pretty much every player on that pitch managed the dressing room in the sense that you know. Comes, on and plays a role from the bench, and he's got all those big names kind of functioning together as a unit and playing great football is is just a fantastic story I. think that PSG could make them look. Very vulnerable in session areas and you know Roberta today says it's a fifty, fifty game which. Is So interesting when you think about the fact, buying just to boss to pieces and beaten them eight two, and now they're going into a game against. A fifty fifty eight is what you wish for a final. Do. Predictions or no? No. Because I suck at them I mean I don't know if he's still a CBS made me do my brackets and I was literally the first one out on the first day I just destroyed it. Terrible. All right. Well, we won't ask you that then final one for me. Have you have you a pre game rituals or is there something that you do prior to going on air before big before a final? Now. I told my pre game ritual. Has Been on the days have been really back to back especially quarter-finals and everything and I generally don't get out of the studio till around eleven thirty by the time we've wrapped everything up in then takes you know I get changed takes off now to get back. And then by the next morning, I'm kind of rushing up. I'm quickly doing a little bit of prep and then I'm I'm headed to the studio. So breakfast is always something I'm just trying to grab. So I've been I've been ubereats saying myself a coffee from Costa Coffee. If you know Costa coffee and a cheese toasty every day that has been my pre game ritual, it's not the healthiest pre-game What it is. So Right Cofer Food when you're away from home kept me going yeah. Well. Very cool. Well, considering how quickly like CBS, the coverage was thrown together. It's been unbelievable a statement and I'm not just saying that we can't wait to watch the coverage this weekend of the final we appreciate you taking some time. Kate. Thanks so much. Thank you. Good to speak Cuba..

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"leslie osborne" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"leslie osborne" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Yeah I mean. I I love being around athletes in that sense because I just you know especially as as a woman, I also had the opportunity to be around female athletes. You know having done the women's World Cup with Fox two years in a row now. Two additions the women's welcome you know what I mean. And there's some can special athletes like this insane dry the that always makes you feel like you're not quite doing enough yourself. Do you know what I mean like I would I would. I Remember Twenty fifteen was my first time doing a women's World Cup in Leslie Osborne. One of the pundits on net and she was in the Pundit again twenty nineteen and twenty fifteen she said to me I'm GONNA run every day you wanna come and I was like yeah I looked jog definitely. Never again, I mean we got down the road and I was like holy crap is, is this the pace we're going to? Go. Make it and I mean I think she'd like just had the second baby at the time as well, and I've never had one and really only have my myself to look after and she just she kills me destroy men never win again. I I made an excuse I stopped about halfway round. Aussie macadear herself. Yeah I. was I was I had something similar not quite the same would teary on re when he was at the Red Bulls and you know the way you get locker room access. So unreal like stripped off top off like shredded right and I'm like I I'm just looking at him right and I'm like you're only getting audio jj and yet when I began speaking to them I could feel myself soccer my stomach in and kind of just put my shoulders back because I was beside this this incredible donnas but anyway. ME. Kate's for for the fine on Jayjay and I have talked about buying unit for a while and you mentioned the flocks that they were in like not even that long ago. We kind of view them I think is the best team in the world right now almost regardless of what happens on. Sunday. As there are you of that mindset and is there anything that could kind of move you off of the? A horrible loss anything to that effect I think they're vulnerable is he's that and I think there are vulnerabilities that that PSG or in a great position with the squad that they have to expose. So I think that you could come away from it. Thinking that yes, they're great team but this things that they need to work on. I think they play fantastic football. I think that that one of those teams that you just really enjoy watching. And you know I covered. This last season with Fox and to see the way that Hansie Flick who abide away I think at the time that he took over everybody kind of. Though allocates it's an okay interim. Manager and interim appointment. Let's see who we can find now who can do the job properly while he's just looking at the things he had no talk club experience at the time. Yes. He had the experience with with the World Cup again, he'd always been in yachting lives kind of shadow. He'd never been the guy and I think everybody doubted whether he could be that guy said to see the way. that he has kind of reinstated a Thomas Miller got got the best out of pretty much every player on that pitch managed the dressing room in the sense that you know Coutinho comes on and plays a role from the bench, and he's got all those big names kind of functioning together as a unit and playing great football is is just a fantastic story I. think that PSG could make them look. Very, vulnerable in session areas and you know Roberta today says it's a fifty, fifty game which. Is So interesting when you think about the fact buying just to boss to pieces and beaten them eight two, and now they're going into a game against. A fifty fifty eight is what you wish for a final. Do predictions or no? No. Because I suck at them I mean I don't know if he's still a CBS made me do my brackets and I was literally the first one out on the first day I just destroyed it. Terrible. All right. Well, we won't ask you that then final one for me. Have you have you a pre game rituals there. Is there something that you do prior to going on air before big before a final? Now I told my pre game ritual. Has Been on the days have been really back to back especially quarter-finals and everything, and I generally don't get out of the studio till around eleven thirty. By the time we've wrapped everything up in then takes a you know I get changed takes off now to get back. And then by the next morning, I'm kind of rushing up I'm quickly doing a little bit of prep and then I'm headed to the studio. So breakfast is always something I'm just trying to grab. So I've been I've been ubereats saying myself a coffee from Costa Coffee. If you know Costa coffee and a cheese time every day that has been my pre game ritual, it's not the healthiest pre-game retain what it is. So Right Cofer Food when you're away from home kept me going. Yeah. Well, very cool. Well, considering how quickly like CBS the coverage was thrown together. It's been unbelievable appreciate and I'm not just saying that we can't wait to watch the coverage this weekend of the final we appreciate you taking some time. Kate. Thanks so much. Thank you. Good to speak Cuba..

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"leslie osborne" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"leslie osborne" Discussed on KTOK

"Yeah I might but the image that I have in my head is that they're bringing the old Jerry Lewis telethon tote board with them to the White House and they're going to say to the vice president and secretary say my Pompeii a look at what we've done here and then discuss the effectiveness of Mexico's June counter migration agreement with the US now the Mexican foreign affairs secretary who will be there as well as other officials agreed to deploy a six thousand troops you might remember going into June to intercept migrants that we're heading towards the U. S. from Central America also the US agreed that it would expand its remain in Mexico program on a nationwide level well according to politico border arrests dropped to fifty one thousand in August which is a sixty percent decline from this year's peak of a hundred thirty three thousand arrests in may which was just before all this action took place and we had that really heightened amount of people that were coming to the border president trump referring to things the national emergency threatening to put tariffs on Mexico and then Mexico responded saying that they would send their newly formed National Guard down to the southern border and we have what we have now which is a decrease in numbers and according to the Mexican ambassador to the U. S. they're talking that reduction up to new enforcement measures saying also that asylum seekers that had been tracking to the U. S. through Mexico now understand that it is not is easy as they were told it was going to be to get into the U. S. that has to do with that guard cracking down on migrants a checking a river crossing stopping buses carrying migrants as well as the U. S. making tens of thousands of asylum seekers wait in Mexico while their applications are being considered all of that seems to be leading to a decrease right now and I can't I mean all this looks good to me I mean it is there any reason to doubt the facts and figures that they're bringing to the table. not at this point in fact what would seem to be if this if this decline in border traffic could be sustained it could be a major victory for president trump as he heads into the twenty twenty election here the question will be is this something that is sustainable and will this be something that Congress is then going to try to pick up the Democrats are gonna try to work against the wall listen if these numbers are true then there can't possibly be an emergency at the border which means you don't need the money coming in for the border wall funding in the argument that they're going to try to make here but I think what you're actually going to see is the trump administration asked Mexico for a little more today now in addition to trying to work through the new version of nafta which is something the president is pushing for this fall you're also going to have I think the trump administration again bring this up with Mexico about becoming a possible safe third country which that agreement would mean anybody coming in from Central America through Mexico to try to get to the US to claim asylum would have to by law claim asylum in Mexico first to add an additional speed boat to those people trying to gain asylum to the U. S. Mexico has been very hesitant in signing off on that the pressure to the pressure from the president has been pretty big I think Vince all with a little celebration in high fives around the table for what they've been able to do might open that door again for the discussion to be had with Mexico okay and don't book what else are they getting I mean I've I forgot what the what the present presence but threatening a lot of our allies which was this it with this did he held I don't remember the hold off a terrible in in order to get this this this was terrified to go back to June shortly after may numbers were so huge in June it was we're gonna tear of all Mexican imports and then it was you know this was something Mexico didn't even include a lot of auto makers you're gonna have auto makers whose exports going into Mexico we're gonna be terror and then the automobile will be built in Mexico and then when they came back in the US there be additional terra so all of that portion of the chain of terror seemed to be a big issue at hand here the president stopped short when he got this agreement from Mexico to say that they would finally do something for you. years and years and years Mexico has been asked to do something they've been sort of on the fence about it all will do it if we get a chance and then they don't do anything this really put Mexico in the spotlight when they said that they were gonna send the six thousand troops down and the did it seems as though their activity down in in the country has been able to stash certainly stave off a large number of migrants making their way to the Wii U. S. and that doesn't sound to me like the present level problem with that and and I don't know that I'm talking about thanks I don't think so either but Michael our thank you for the update from Washington DC newsradio one thousand Katie okay live in advance bodies get lively Matthews back in the studio with the local news about my. thirty mana Mitzi molested children I'm Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay new center and a Midwest city man has been arrested seventy nine year old Jerry Newman reportedly has confessed to molesting at least six children he told police he started molesting the victims a few years ago when he was confronted by police he said he wanted to get it all off his chest he was booked into jail Monday on twenty five counts of lewd acts with a child two people arrested in Tulsa referred to themselves as the modern day Bonnie and Clyde US marshals say Jacob Welsh and crystal McGee rob to people and businesses and firearms dealers in five states and they could be connected to more unsolved crimes in other states marshals got a tip last week that they would be staying at a motel in Tulsa and that's where they were arrested Friday night Marshall say they found drugs and stolen guns in their car and arrest warrants been issued in a violent home invasion and robbery in Qana what a man says three men forced their way into his house Sunday and beat and robbed him the O. S. B. I. now has issued an arrest warrant out of seminal county for nineteen year old autumn Jackson she's not yet in custody she faces charges of robbery burglary maiming and aggravated assault and state labor commissioner Leslie Osborne says inspectors from her agency have been busy at the state fairgrounds in Oklahoma City the Oklahoma state fair opens on Thursday Osborne says inspectors examine every ride before that ride can be put in operation to make sure that it meets safety standards she says inspectors remain on site throughout the duration of the.

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"leslie osborne" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"leslie osborne" Discussed on KTOK

"And we have more information now about yesterday's fatal officer involved shooting I'm Beth Meyer is in the news radio one thousand Katie okay new center Oklahoma City police now tell us the man who was shot and killed by police yesterday shot and killed his own wife before leading officers on a pursuit that eventually ended with his death and that man's been identified as Quentin Broadis police say that he fatally shot thirty three year old Kalina broadest during an altercation at a residence in the twelve thousand block of stone crest lane and then fled the scene a witness gave police a description of his vehicle brought us led police on a chase that lasted about twenty minutes he finally stopped his car got added vehicle with a gun and was shot dead by police six officers were involved in that shooting incident and there was another officer involved shooting overnight in Oklahoma City here is Brian gan police say the chase came to an end when the suspect crashes cars south was fifty fourth in Portland authorities say that as the officer approached the suspect's car the suspect shot of the officer who returned fire and hit the suspect twice the suspect was taken to a hospital in stable condition there is a new chief of the Oklahoma highway patrol it was announced today by department of public safety commissioner John Sculley he promoted major Brent Sugg into the position to replace former chief Michael Harel who resigned son became a highway patrol trooper in nineteen ninety nine and before that he was an officer with the Norman police department a seventy nine year old Midwest city man tells police he wanted to get it off his chest police say Jerry Newman has admitted to repeatedly molesting at least six children and that the abuse started several years ago the victims range in age from four to seventeen police say their investigation began when a young child said that Newman made or watch videos and touched her inappropriately Newman was booked into jail last night on twenty five counts of lewd acts with a child. a woman was shot and killed last night in the town of Boswell in Choctaw county the O. S. B. I. says the body of twenty five year old Rachel Jordan was found outside a residence thirty six year old John Stobbs was arrested at the scene is now facing a charge of first degree murder and arrest warrants been issued in a violent home invasion and robbery in Qana why a man says three people forced their way into his house Sunday and beat and robbed him the SBI has now issued an arrest warrant out of seminal county for nineteen year old autumn Jackson and she is not yet in custody two people arrested in Tulsa referred to themselves as the modern day Bonnie and Clyde US marshals say Jacob Welsh and crystal McGee robbed people and businesses in firearms dealers in five states marshals got a tip last week that they be staying at a motel in Tulsa and that's where they were arrested Friday marshals found drugs and stolen guns in their car and with the opening of the Oklahoma state fair on Thursday in Oklahoma City state labor commissioner Leslie Osborne says she wants to assure the public that our office is working to safeguard the citizens of Oklahoma the state of Oklahoma regulates amusement park rides Osbourne says every ride is inspected to make sure that it's safe but she says it's also important for members of the public to ride responsibly and follow all the signs warnings and instructions..

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"leslie osborne" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"leslie osborne" Discussed on KTOK

"Uses directed. okay XXY FM ninety six one. Oklahoma City. elderly Midwest city man arrested on molestation charges I'm Beth Myers the in the news radio one thousand Katie okay new center a seventy nine year old Midwest city man tells police he wanted to get it off his chest police say Jerry Newman has admitted to repeatedly molesting at least six children and that the abuse started several years ago the victims range in age from four to seventeen police say their investigation began when a young child said that Newman made her watch videos and touched her inappropriately Newman was booked into jail last night on twenty five counts of lewd acts with children a new chief of the Oklahoma highway patrol department of public safety commissioner John Sculley today promoted major brand seige to the position to replace former chief Michael Harel who resigned son became a highway patrol trooper in nineteen ninety nine before that he was an officer with the Norman police department Oklahoma City police now say the man who was shot and killed by police yesterday shot and killed his wife before leading officers on a pursuit that eventually ended with his death the man's been identified as Quentin broadest police say that he fatally shot thirty three year old Kalina brought us during an altercation at a residence in the twelve thousand block of stone crest lane and then fled the scene and it was a witness who gave police a description of his vehicle his wife was an employee for the Oklahoma department of corrections corporal Kalina Broadis worked at Oklahoma City community corrections center she was hired in July of last year when she left the army interim corrections director Scott Crowe says she was a dedicated loyal team member to her co workers he says one someone was needed to work a shift she would volunteer no matter the timer day and he said she had a bright future in corrections paid family leave was the topic of an interim study today at the state capitol hosted by state representative Kelly Albright of mid. west city what are some options that have been done in other places what are some pros and cons and just looking at ways we can make this available for Oklahomans the federal family and medical leave act only provides unpaid leave and only covers about fifty seven percent of American employees the number of uninsured Americans is rising for the first time in nearly a decade the U. S. census bureau reporting today that the rate increased to eight point five percent in two thousand eighteen that's up half a percentage point from the previous year it was led by a decline in the number of people covered by Medicaid and another of vaping related death now a Kansas resident has died from a vaping related respiratory illness bringing the total number of deaths to six health officials say that the victim was over fifty years old and had a history of health problems the other five vaping related deaths have been reported in Illinois Indiana Oregon Minnesota and California state labor commissioner Leslie Osborne says inspectors from her agency have been busy at the state fair grounds the state fair opens Thursday Osbourne says inspectors examine every ride before the ride can be put in operation to make sure that it meets safety standards she says inspectors remain on site throughout the duration.

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"leslie osborne" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"leslie osborne" Discussed on WSB-AM

"So how do you how do you digest this win? They got to play another week team chilly next. And then a tough team Sweden to that. When you have this type of scoring they're getting a lot of backlash. Well, and I think it's I think that some of that backlash is justified. I'm very thrilled for the team. It's a great victory. A great win a great way to kick off this Cup series. And we'll see how they do. And we certainly hope that they go out of the way, however, just in sports, generally, I am not in favor of over celebrating. I think you celebrate at the end of the game coaching kids, I would tell them, you know, basically, obviously every goal is a great moment for you, and congratulations. It's, it's a great thing to score a goal in a game like this. But at the end, we're going to celebrate and jump up and down. And I think, as you said, earlier, Brian, you want to pull out some of those star players give some other people a chance at the end of the game at just to be out there and say those, those big scores for later in the process, talking about pulling up you just talking about not scoring. Is that a problem Leslie Osborne? Thinks I'm wrong. She's on Fox Sports cut thirty eight this is part of the game. And if you're Thailand, you're not upset you're not disrespected when you play in World Cup. You know, you've been on the other side of it, this is what you live for injuring for this as part of the game. And I don't think there's any issue to actually Wesley, this is historic. No one's ever won by thirteen goals before. So this is not part of it. What's the highest score ever, I think it was eleven so that's too high. And as I said before, if I'm if I call in you have to call in your scores at the end of the game thirteen nothing needs. I mean the fine suspended or reprimanded. So they go well, those kids sock. Well, I mean you want sportsmanship at every level. I don't understand what, what kind of counter argument that is Gary, listen. Wwltv EMT in Burlington, Vermont, Gary. Brian. Wrong. The thirteen nothing score is it's, it's. Egregious for one thing, but the biggest issue that the way they did it. My daughter played with those girls. National. So regional title, the national titles as well. News program, so we've been to a lot of this. So one of the things you learn coming up through. Teams. Underneath you, you start to back off and start to shoot from long range. At least that way. Entertained the fans Reiter tain, and you're not taking the girls out of playing hard female end of it. Got to watch what they do. Playing lately are doing things are not used to. They tend to run the problems ACL keep playing hard but the ball into the mixer and try to win that way. Right. And when you do that, you know you're going to get the garbage goals. If you start shooting at long range, your scores only going to be six or seven at most and the other thing, that's probably the worst thing about is. The computer, but where we were in this situation with the national level teams in all the regional teams there's the differential ceiling on this, like four or evidently, there's none in the World Cup. And which I found a standing because usually it's three or five so it's a steady. You get to three nothing or you go with virtual that's it. So there's no incentive to win fifteen nothing because he should they cap it. So listen. They play great. I just wish they could show sportsmanship all around, and it's not a man and woman thing, thanks so much for the call. And you kind of agree is, is there a shot clock and lacrosse, there is in college across now? It's a ninety second shot Shaq. Okay. And if the score gets above a certain number I think it's twelve the the clock just runs for the rest of the game. So, so that, yeah, exactly. And mercy rule in softball rights. Maybe in some in some levels. Let's go. Let's go back and talk immigration Jonathan's. Listen. In New York Jonathan. Hey, good morning. It's not just going to run into opposition from not only left wing media, and the Democratic Party, what hell bent on turning the country into a third world slum, but also from the Neo conservatives within the Republican party who not only dominate foreign policy. They also dominate domestic policy. You know, it's not just the new conservatives but chamber of commerce time. What do you say they want? What do you say, do you saying they kneel conservatives one chaos at the border? They definitely want a monkey coastal America. Remember that? Lefties back in the nineteen seventies. Intellectual. Norman cohorts. Leftists. And a lot of them are still committed to hell bent on changing the traditional the United States. If that was true, there's a legal way to do it. You could say the president made us. He goes used my priorities. I want I want skill labor. I want these highly intellectuals that are training at Berkeley, and Fordham in Stanford and to be able to say we want you stay here. He wants face immigration system. If the neoconservatives wanted more diversity, you could do it the legal way, right, Martha. We got plenty application. Absolutely. In fact, one of the proposals was just to, to, to not take in fewer people in terms of the number, but to take in a larger number of merit immigrants and then a slightly smaller number of families who are coming to join family members into overtime sort of change that number, we've had plenty of times in the course of our history where we closed the border where we stopped immigration over periods of time to allow the groups that were here to assimilate and get settled, and then you open it again. There's nothing wrong or inhumane, with having control over your immigration policy. I it's really a actually, I think. A humane thing when you really look at you. To have some control of the border doesn't make people who are standing in line feel ridiculous. Number one, like they're being injured or killed or raped or anything on their way across the border. All right. Lastly, mike. Online in Maryland. Mike. Good Mark mccallum's here can set for townhall tomorrow. Enter show at seven tonight. Awesome. Hey, I've been on both ends of this. I've never let my team score more than nine goals school club level out of respect for the kids, the families and everything. But I want you to think about that match. The twenty minutes left maybe we'll win and eight nail seven nil and the girls the ladies they hold back not hold back, but they just change the style of play. And it turns into a big match of keep away, so we spread the pitch. We open up. We'll just keep the ball, shake the case for a couple of minutes. And then they get deflated dejected because they can't touch the ball. So they stand. It's actually more disrespectful to the Thai. Thailand players for us to do that. Than it is to keep playing and allow the time players to keep battling and fighting against the best team in the world. Yeah. A few more times than we'd like, but guess what? It's better than having to try and catch the ball or chase the ball in a game of keep away. Keep it away. Keep the scores somewhat normal. You goal differential is going to go away. I two teams advance in a fourteen division. They're going to get out of the group will see their supposed to crush chili. That's get get to week teams you the number one seed. Thanks, Mike, Martha, you want to anything on the bench. I mean that's my thing. Put in those players. Half. Okay. So you could have easily. I don't I don't think they emptied. I don't know if they maximize their their subs. But one person would have taken out as you said a forward. Alex Moore's arrest call came off the bench. A fellow New Jersey and we're gonna come back and wrap things up. Keep in mind if you wanna seem author in person, and I get to see her in person once in a while it is great. Go to town hall at Fox News dot com for free. Tickets in Phoenix, Arizona, the it's going to be featuring Julian Castro. He's to run HUD plan, really who the on. Oh, Julia on, yes, I Cohen of Julian Castro. Is that wrong? Correct me. How dare she back in a moment? You're with.

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"So how do you how do you digest this win known? They got to play another team chilling next. And then a tough team Sweden if to that when you have this type of scoring they're getting a lot of backlash. Well, and I think it's I think that some of that backlash is justified. I'm very thrilled for the team. It's a great victory. A great win a great way to kick off this Cup series. And we'll see how they do. And we certainly hope that they go all the way. However, just in sports, generally, I am not in favor of over celebrating. I think you celebrate at the end of the game coaching kids, I would tell them, you know, basically, obviously every goal is a great moment for you, and congratulations. It's a great thing to score a goal in a game like this. But at the end, we're going to celebrate jump up and down. And I think, as you said, earlier, Brian, you wanna pull out some of those star players give some other people a chance at the end of the game at just to be out there. And, you know, say those say those big scores for later in the process, not talking about pulling up you just talking about not scoring. Is that a problem Leslie Osborne, thinks I'm wrong? She's on Fox Sports cut thirty eight this is part of the game. And if you're Thailand, you're not upset. You're not disrespected when you play in World Cup. You know, you've been on the other side of it. This is what you live for injuring for this as part of the game. And I don't think there's any issue to actually Wesley, this is historic. No one's ever won by thirteen goals before. So this is not part of it, but the highest score ever, I think it was eleven so that's too high. And as I said before if I'm if I call in you have to call in your scores at the end of the game it's like thirteen nothing needs. I mean the fine suspended or reprimanded. So they go well those kids sack. Well, I mean you want sportsmanship at every level. I don't understand what, what kind of counter argument that is Gary, listen. Wwltv EMT in Burlington, Vermont, Gary. I Brian, listen you're not wrong. You know is the thirteenth score is it's, it's agree just for one day. But the biggest issue had with that the way they did it. My daughter played with those girls growing up in the youth, national brim. So, and we went regional title, the national titles as well the youth program, so we've been to a lot of this. So one of the things you learn coming through that you want to, these hapless, seems or teams are just way underneath you, you start to back off and start to shoot from long range, because at least that way, your kids are entertained, Phanor tain, and you're not taking the girls out of playing hard, which on a female end of it has to do a lot with ADC Elvin. All you got to watch what they do. Based on a plane lately, or doing things are not used to they, they tend to run the problems ACL and unless you want to keep playing hard but don't smoke ball into mixer and try to win that way. That's that's the goals are scoring right talking the ball into the mixer. And when you do that, you know, you're going to get the garbage goals, which was enough, if you start shooting at long range, you're on the scores only going to be six or seven at most and the other thing that's probably the worst thing about is now I'm not Nick's. A computer out some on a road but we were in this situation with the national level teams in all the regional teams there's the differential ceiling on this. I think it's like four or five goal. Evidently, there's none in the World Cup. And which I found a standing because usually it's three or five so it's a steady. You get to three nothing or you go with until that's it. So there's no incentive to win fifteen nothing because they cap it so listen. They play great. I just wish they could show sportsmanship all around, and it's not a man and woman thing. Thanks so much for the call. And you kind of agree is, is there a shot clock and lacrosse, there is in college across now as a ninety second shot shot? Okay. And if the score gets above a certain number I think it's twelve the the clock just runs for the rest of the game. So so that. Yeah. Exactly. And mercy rule in softball. Right. Exactly. Maybe in some in some levels. Let's go. Let's go back and talk immigration Jonathan suicide WABC in New York. Jonathan. Hey, good morning. You know it's not just on Trump, that's going to run into severe opposition from, from not only the left wing media, and the Democratic Party, what hell bent on turning the country into a third world slum, but also from the Neo conservatives within the Republican party, not only dominate foreign policy. They also dominate domestic policy. You know it's not just a neoconservative, but chamber of commerce time, what do you say they want? What do you say do you saying that the neoconservatives one chaos at the border? They definitely want a multicultural diverse America, because you haven't remember that most conservatives war bunch of lefties back in the nineteen. Seventies, you know there, there are intellectual phobias where people like Irving Kristol Norman cohorts bunch of former leftist, and a lot of them are still committed to hell bent on changing the traditional population in the United States. If that was true, there's a legal way to do it. You could see the president made his he goes used my priorities. I want I want skill labor. I want these highly intellectuals that are training at Berkeley, and Fordham and Stanford and to be able to say we want you to stay here. He wants to marry base immigration system. If the Neo conservatives wanted more diversity, you could do it the legal way, right, Martha. We got plenty application. Absolutely. In fact, one of the proposals was just to, to, to not take in fewer people in terms of the number, but to take in a larger number of merit immigrants and then a slightly smaller number of families who are coming to join family members into overtime know sort of change that number, we've had plenty of times in the course of our history where we closed the border where we stopped immigration over periods of time to allow the groups that were here to assimilate and get settled, and then you open it again. There's nothing wrong or inhumane, with having control over your immigration policy. I it's really a actually, I think. A humane thing when you really look at you are, you know, to have some control of the border doesn't make people who standing in line feel ridiculous. Number one, like they're being injured or killed or raped or anything on their way across the border or Leslie, Mike was seen online in Maryland. Mike. Right. Good month. Mccallum's here can set for townhall tomorrow. Enter show at seven tonight. Awesome. Hey, just I've been on both ends of this of never let my team score more than nine goals, high school club level out of respect to the kids in families and everything. But I want you to think about that match with twenty minutes left. Maybe we'll win an eight now seven nil and the girls the ladies they hold back not hold back, but they just change the Salva play in its it turns into a big match of keep away. So we spread the pitch. We open up. We just keep the ball in. Thailand has to chase the case for a couple of minutes. And then they get deflated and dejected because they can't touch the ball. So they stand. It's actually more disrespectful to the Thai. Thailand players for us to do that than it is to keep playing and allow the time players to keep battling and fighting against the best team in the world. Yeah. They've picked the ball out of the nephew more times than we like, but guess what? It's better than having to try and catch the ball or chasing the ball in a game of keep away. Keep away keep the scores somewhat normal. You goal differential is going to go away. I two teams advance info. Four team division. They're going to get out of the group will see their supposed to crush chili. That's get too week teams in the number one seed. Thanks, mike. Martha you want anything players to they have on the bench. I mean you know that, that's my thing. Why you can say today put in all those players out three a half. Okay. So you could have easily I don't I don't think they empty that I don't know if they maximize their their subs. But one person would have taken out, as you said, a forward Alex Moore's arrest and colleague came off the bench. A fellow New Jersey in. Yes, we'll come back and wrap things up. Keep in mind if you wanna seem author in person, and I get to see her in person once in a while. It is great go to town hall at Fox News dot com for free. 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KDWN 720AM

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"leslie osborne" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"So how do you how do you digest this win knowing? They gotta play another week team chilling next and then a tough team Sweden have to that. When you have this type a scoring they're getting a lot of backlash. Well, and I think it's I think that some of that backlash is justified. I'm very thrilled for the team. It's a great victory. A great win a great way to kick off this Cup series. And we'll see how they do. And we certainly hope that they go all the way. However, just in sports, generally, I am not in favor of over celebrating. I think you celebrate at the end of the game coaching kids, I would tell them, you know, basically, obviously every goal is a great moment for you, and congratulations. It's, it's a great thing to score a goal in a game like this. But at the end, we're going to celebrate jump up and down. And I think, as you said earlier, Brian, you wanna pull out some of those star players gives some other people a chance at the end of the game just to be out there and say the say those big scores for later in the process, talking about pulling up you just talking about not scoring. Is that a problem Leslie Osborne? Thinks I'm wrong. She's on Fox Sports cut thirty eight this is part of the game. And if you're Thailand, you're not upset you're not disrespected when you plan World Cup. You know, you've been on the other side of it, this is what you live for injuring for this as part of the game. And I don't think there's any issue to actually this is historic. No one's ever won by thirteen goals before. So this is part of it. What's the highest score ever, I think it was eleven so that's too high. And as I said, before, if, if I call in, you have to call in your scores at the end of the game thirteen th the fine suspended or reprimanded. So they go well, those kids, sock, well, I mean, you want sportsmanship, and every level I don't understand what, what kind of counter argument that is Gary v m t in Burlington, Vermont. Gary. Brian. You're not wrong. Nothing score is it's one, but the biggest issue that the way they did it. My daughter played with those girls. National. Regional title, the national titles as well. Program. So we've been to a lot of this. So one of the things you learn coming through these hapless seems or teams. Way underneath you, you start to back off and start to shoot for long range. That way. Kids, are entertained fans are entertain, and you're not taking the girls out of playing hard female end of it. Do. Watch what they do. Doing things are not used to. They tend to run the problems. ACL keep playing hard but the ball into the mixer and try to win that way. The goals are scoring right. And when you do that you're going to get the garbage. If you start shooting at long range, your scores only be six or seven at most and the other thing, that's probably the worst thing about is Nick computer on a road, but where we were in this situation with the national level teams in all the regional teams the differential feeling on this four or five goal. Evidently, there's none in the World Cup. And which I found the standing because usually it's three or five so it's you get to three nothing or you go with virtual, that's it. So there's no incentive to win fifteen nothing. They cap it. So listen. They play great. I wish they could show sportsmanship all around, and it's not a man in woman thing, thanks so much for the call. And you kind of agree is. Is there shock clocking lacrosse, there is in college across now is the ninety second shot Shaq? And if the score gets above a certain number I think it's twelve the clock just runs for the rest of the game. So, so that, yeah, exactly. And mercy rule in soft bright. Maybe in some, some levels. Let's go. Let's go back and talk immigration. Jonah soussan WABC in New York. Jonathan. Good morning. It's not just going to run into severe opposition. Left wing media, and the Democratic Party, what hell bent on turning the country into a third world, but also from conservatives within the Republican party who not only dominate foreign policy. They also dominate domestic policy. It's not just the new conservative chamber of commerce time. What do you say they want? What do you say these saying that they neoconservatives one ks of the border? Definitely want a monkey. America. Remember that most of lefties back in the nineteen seventies. Intellectual Irving crystal. Former leftist and a lot of them are still committed to hell bent on changing the traditional population of the United States. If that was true, there's a legal way to do it. You could say the president made his, he goes used my party's I want, I want skill labor. I want these high intellectuals that are training at Berkeley, and Fordham Stanford and to be able to say we want you stay here. He wants to marry face immigration system. If the Neo conservatives wanted more diversity, you could do it the legal way, right, Martha. We've got plenty location. Absolutely. In fact, one of the proposals was just to, to, to not take in fewer people in terms of the number, but to take in a larger number of merit immigrant and then a slightly smaller number of families who are coming to join family members into overtime chino, sort of change that number, we've had plenty of times in the course of our history where we closed the border, where we stopped immigration over periods of time to allow the groups that we're here to assimilate and get settled, and then you open it again. There's nothing wrong or inhumane with having control over immigration policy. I it's really I actually, I think. Humane thing when you really look at, you know, to have some control of the border doesn't make people who standing in line feel ridiculous. Number one, like they're being injured or killed or raped or anything on their way across the border Leslie, Mike was online in Maryland. Mike. Good Mark mccallum's here can set for townhall tomorrow. Enter show at seven tonight. Awesome. Hey. I've been on both ends of, of never let my team score more than nine goals, high school club level out of respect for the kids and families and everything. But I want you to think about that match twenty minutes left. Maybe we'll win. Eight nail seven nil and the girls. The lady thing hold back not hold back, but they just change the style of play. It turns into a big match of keep away. Pitch. We open up when you keep the ball Thailand. Chait. A couple of minutes. And then they get deflated and dejected because they can't touch the ball. So they stand. It's actually more disrespectful to Thailand players for us to do that than it is to keep playing allow the time players to keep battling and fighting against the best team in the world. Out of the nephew, more times than we'd like, but guess what? It's better than having to try and catch the ball or chase the ball in a game of keep away. Keep it away. Keep the scores somewhat normal. You goal differential is going to go away. I two teams advance in a fourteen division. They're going to get out of the group will see this supposed to crush chili. That's get get to week teams the number one seed. Thanks, mike. Martha, you want anything? They have on the bench. I mean that's my thing. Why? But in all those players three a half. Okay. So you could've easily. I don't I don't think they emptied. I don't know if they maximize their their subs. But one person when taken out as sent a forward. Alex Moore's arrest and call came off the bench, fellow New Jersey, and we're gonna come back and wrap things up. Keep in mind if you wanna seem author in person, and I get to see re person once in a while it is great go to town hall at Fox News dot com for free tickets, free Phoenix, Arizona, the, it's going to be featuring Julian Castro. He's to run HUD, clan, really who the on. Oh, hulan. Yes, I Cohen of Julian Castro. Is that correct me? How dare she back in a moment? Your with Brian Kilmeade..

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77WABC Radio

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"leslie osborne" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"So how do you. How do you digest this one known? They got to play another week team chilly next. And then a tough team Sweden after that. When you have this type of scoring they're getting a lot of backlash. Well, and I think it's I think that some of that backlash is justified. I'm very thrilled for the team. It's a great victory. A great win a great way to kick off this Cup series. And we'll see how they do. And we certainly hope that they go all the way however kitchen, sports, generally, I am not in favor of over celebrating. I think you celebrate at the end of the game. If I was coaching kids, I would tell them, you know, basically, obviously every goal is a great moment for you, and congratulations. It's, it's a great thing to score a goal in a game like this. But at the end, we're going to celebrate and jump up and down. And I think, as you said, earlier, Brian, you wanna pull out some of those star players give some other people a chance at the end of the game at just to be out there and say those say those big scores for later in the process, you're not talking about pulling up you just told me about nuts scoring. Is that a problem Leslie Osborne, thinks I'm wrong? She's on Fox Sports cut thirty eight. This is. Part of the game. And if you're Thailand, you're not upset you're not disrespected when you play in World Cup. You know, you've been on the other side of it, this is what you live for in dream for this part of the game. And I don't think there's any issue to actually was, this is historic. No one's ever won by thirteen goals before. So this is not part of it. But what's the highest score ever, I think it was eleven so that's too high. And as I said before if I'm if I call in you have to call in your scores at the end of the game cycle, and thirteen nothing. Meet the fine suspended or reprimanded. So they go well those kids sack. Well, I mean you want sportsmanship at every level. I don't understand what, what kind of counter argument that is Gary, listen. Wwltv EMT in Burlington, Vermont, Gary. I Brian, listen you're not wrong. You know, the thirteen nothing score is, it's, it's agree, just for one thing. But the biggest issue that the way they did it. My daughter played with those girls growing up in youth national. So we went to while regional title, the national titles as well the youth program, so we've been to a lot of this. So one of the things you learn coming through, these hapless teams or teams are just way underneath you, you start to back off and start to shoot from long range, because at least that way, your kids are entertained fans are entertain, and you're not taking the girls out of playing hard, which in a female end of it has to do a lot with ADC Eldon all you to watch what they do are playing lately, or doing things are not used to they, they tend to run the problems ACL and allows you wanna to keep playing hard, but don't into mixer and try to win that way. That's what that's the goals are scoring right? Talking the mixer. And when you do that, you know you're going to get the garbage goals, which ones it up. If you start shooting at long range, your, the scores only going to be six or seven at most and the other thing, that's probably the worst thing about is now I'm not Nick's. A computer now come on a road but where we were in. In this situation with the national level teams in all the regional teams there's a differential ceiling on this. I think it's like four or five goal. Evidently, there's none in the World Cup. And we're found a standing because usually it's three or five so it's a steady. You get to three nothing or you go with two that's it. So there's no incentive to win fifteen nothing because he should they cap it. So listen. They play great. I just wish they could show sportsmanship all around, and it's not a man in women thing. Thanks so much for the call. And you kind of agree is, is there a shot clock lacrosse, there is in college across now is a ninety second shot Shaq? And if the score gets above a certain number I think it's twelve the the clock just runs for the rest of the game. So, so that, yeah, exactly. And mercy rule in softball. Right. That maybe in some in some levels. Let's go. Let's go back and talk immigration Jonathan's. Listen WABC in New York. Jonathan. Hey, good morning. You know, it's not just known funk that's going to run into severe opposition from both from not only the left wing media, and the Democratic Party, what hell bent on turning the country into a third world slum, but also from the Neo conservatives within the Republican party who not only dominate foreign policy. They also dominate domestic policy. You know it's not just the new conservative but chamber of commerce time, what do you say they want? What do you say, do you saying they Neo conservatives one chaos of the border? They definitely want a multicultural diverse America, 'cause you ever remember that most conservatives of lefties back in the nineteen seventies, you know, there, there are intellectual phobias, where people like Irving Kristol, Norman cohorts, and these were a bunch of former leftist, and a lot of them are still committed to hell bent on changing the traditional population of the United States. If that was true, there's a legal way to do it. You could there. The president made us, he goes used my priorities. I want I want skilled labor. I want these high intellectuals that are training at Berkeley, and Fordham in Stanford. And to be able to say we want you to stay here. He wants to marry base immigration system. If the neoconservatives wanted more diversity, you could do it the legal way, right, Martha. We got plenty application. Absolutely. In fact, one of the proposals was just to, to not take in fewer people in terms of the number, but to take an larger number of merit immigrant and then a slightly smaller number of families who are coming to join family members into overtime sort of change that number, we've had plenty of times in the course of our history where we closed the border, where we stopped immigration over periods of time to allow the groups that were here to assimilate and get settled, and then you open it again. There's nothing wrong or inhumane with having control over immigration policy. I it's really a actually, I think. Humane thing when you really look at you are, to have some control of the border doesn't make people who are standing in line feel ridiculous. Number one, like they're being injured or killed or raped or anything on their way across the border or Leslie, Mike was online in Maryland. Mike. All right. Good month mccallum's here. Can set for townhall tomorrow. Enter show at seven tonight. Awesome. Hey, just I've been on both ends of this. I've never let my team score more than nine goals, highschool club level out of respect for the kids and the families and everything. But I want you to think about that match with twenty minutes left, maybe we'll win an eight seven nil and the girls the ladies they hold back not hold back, but they just change the style of play. And if it turns into a big match of keep away, so we spread the pitch. We open up. We just keep the ball and Thailand has to chase the case for a couple of minutes. And then they get deflated and dejected because they can't touch the ball. So they stand. It's actually more disrespectful to the type Thailand players dressed to do that than it is to keep playing and allow the time players to keep battling and fighting against the best team in the world. Yeah. They pick the ball up out of the net a few more times than we'd like. But guess what? It's better than having to try to catch the ball or chasing the ball in a game of keep away. Keep it away. Keep the scores somewhat normal. You goal differential is going to go your way. I two teams advance in. Four team division. They're going to get out of the group will see their supposed to crush chili vets get get too week teams here. The number one seed, thanks Mike, Martha, you want anything to they have on the bench. I mean that, that's my thing. Why you can say today put in all those players out three and a half. Okay. So you could have easily. I don't I don't think they emptied. I don't know if they maximize their their subs. But one person would have taken out, as you said a forward, Alex Moore's arrest and call it came off the bench. A fellow New Jersey. Yes, we're gonna come back and wrap things up. Keep in mind if you wanna see mothra in person, and I get to see her person once in a while it is great go to town hall at Fox News dot com for free tickets in Phoenix. Arizona. The it's going to be featuring Julian Castro. He used to run HUD clan, really who the on Hulu on. Yes, I thought I'd be calling him Julian Castro. Is that rolling us? One inch correct me. How dare she back in a moment? You're with Brian Kilmeade on seventy seven w ABC..

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"leslie osborne" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

10:53 min | 2 years ago

"leslie osborne" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"This week a hocus on Oklahoma, David Kelso discusses the role of the Oklahoma state labor commission as well as several other state issues with Oklahoma state labor Commissioner Leslie Osborne, Leslie Osborne, is is in the studio the new Oklahoma labor Commissioner lesson. How are you? I'm great. Thank you for having me. I am jazz to have you in here for a for a couple of reasons one this this whole talk radio show thing for me has been a very educational experience. I'm excited to learn what the labor Commissioner, let's be honest. Most people don't now and see. That's that's what I feel too. I'm sort of safe in my ignorance because most people are stupid too. So let let me let me start with kind of you for just a little bit. You've served in legislature. Maybe people have seen you almost gotten along on news nine on Sunday mornings did that for three years you or your lot fun to watch on TV. I mean, you strike me as as as a a moderate Republican in in a world were not many moderates existed anything anymore. I will take that. I'll take that label. What's what's it? Like, well, I mean when you in the legislature, you're not there now that could be a pretty red bunch was that was tough relationship to do. Well, I have to look at kind of my trajectory is that I was just out in the normal world. I had a business selling heavy duty truck parts for twenty two years. Wow. Okay. So that was my business. I was the distributor for the state for ranch hand and easily girl guards had dealers across the state, and I did a lot of travel delivering and going to farm shows. Right. Started listening to talk radio and got a little interested in politics a seat came open unexpectedly and I'd never run for anything and decided to rent for the house of representatives and guardian at forty five. So let me let me kind of narrow down to that just a minute. I mean listening to talk radio, and I should run and then actually running right? There's a big second and third one right there looking now, I see a lot of people will start risk school board city council that work, and in particular, and probably my least favorite is you see the ones that have never had a real job. So they get out of college. They go straight to work for a congressman than Senator than a think tank than a chamber, then a Senator than they run these people don't think like you. And I think they've never they've always been taught to look for polls. For trending. What's the what's the next step? When you've been out delivering truck parts. That's a different set of skills. No one St. it is and you think differently, but I will be honest. I came in as more of the Republican idealist lower taxes. Yes. Okay. I don't know. I never ran social issue bills. I didn't vote for him. I mean, I'm an NRA lifetime member. What's the socialist portion be gun rights? It would be abortion. It would be at LGBT tiger rebels and those kinds of things. So that being said, I never ran those. But I am pro-life in an pro gun. So I mean, I I am a Republican believe in smaller more efficient government. However, the longer I was in in the more. I educated myself, I probably morphed more to the middle and really really tried to take off the Republican badge and work with people across the offer solutions and people say that all the time. But a lot of people don't do the labels. Not help us very much. Right. They're not the best thing. We could all do is take off the labels and be os is what I always say Oklahomans, isn't there? I mean, I've spoken to Keith Gaddi a couple of times. And there is I don't know if movement is too big a word for it. But there is people who believe that we ought to have no more political parties and just sort of vote on people. Hey, how do you do that? And I believe the way to do that is Tampa open primaries. And you're right now when you have closed primaries, and we have states that we've got now over here. Republicans over this is the kind of thing that after ten years, you looking you say, what can we do could we be doing different to stop gridlock into work for a better, Oklahoma? Sure. Number one. I'd get rid of straight party voting. Absolutely seven states left in the nation that do that increasing number of Oklahoma's are voting that way. And I personally never done it, even if there has been a time that I went and voted for all Republicans. I've never done it. Because first of all want to inform myself second of all I just feel like you're abdicated responsibility. There. I mean, you're you're you're giving your responsibility for your voice in government to a political party. And I truly believe that it doesn't necessarily have to be that moniker. They give you and so I always want to vote for the best person the best idea. Second thing is the states that go and move to an open primary system. Now. What does that mean we? Laurel everybody in their primary. You get to your primary Republican you can only vote for the Republican, right? Then of course, you get to the general you could either. Now, the democrat party in Oklahoma has said independence can vote in there. Democrat and independent. But that being said, this means that you are only running with people that tend to get out in primaries, which tend to be the furthest to the right in the furthest to the real passionate voters. You hear more social issues you here red meat issues. If you're a democrat, you hear more about electric energy, and you hear more about pita. Yes. But in the states that have done it, it doesn't mean that you go to where Republican democrat doesn't mean anything. It means that you're really talking to the eighty percent in the middle. That's the reasonable Oklahoma. Instead of the ten percent fringe and either party, I myself, I sometimes say it's a miracle been elected six times to office because I'm not going to go out and say the things that quote unquote, are going to get me elected get up and start talking about marriage is between a man and a woman. That's not the problem in Oklahoma. We have very good gun laws. Yes. We have very friendly second amendment laws. There is nothing else. We need to run to make it better in Oklahoma to be a gun owner. So we should just leave the issue along leave it alone. It's doing it's doing fine. We are very antiabortion in a state that is difficult. We go through a lot of hoops in host. We're not a quote, unquote, friendly abortion. Stay. Leave it alone. It's a federal US issue with supreme court. The the new governor may feel differently about that. He said the other day that he's going to sign any peace antiabortion legislation that comes across his desk. And I imagine that there are folks in the legislature who may feel a little. Me when I say that I am pro-life, and I have voted for all the pro-life bills. Three point is everything else. We're gonna do pass this points going to take hundreds of thousands of dollars to defend an overturned because it's a US supreme court decision. And number three is that at the end of the day. I believe in separation of church and state. It is not my job as a legislator, a statewide elected official to tell you how to live your life morally. That's why we came over to America. I from the church of England. If you want to save myself, do it in the pulpit on Sunday, if you wanna make a better Oklahoma serving the legislature that doesn't mean we can't use our Christian values are base. Yeah. I need to run Bill have always thought that. That's what the first amendment which actually. About it. Gave you the freedom to I go find God. Yes, go tell people with found, and then go to your government and then spread the word farther, and then go to your government with ideas based on that moral structure that you found. Absolutely. And I say, this is a person that goes to life church ever sent right. But it's not my job to set your moral parameters. I think you're exactly right. I wanna talk me. And I want to talk with you a lot. That's Leslie Osborne. She's the new labor Commissioner how's the new job going? It's only been a couple of days. You took what the office Monday, right? It was sufficient Monday. But the nice thing was as the new person was sworn into my seat Mustang Tuttle area. I had about two and a half months until I was sworn in. I had actually run some bills that were in the purview of the department of labor and he worked quite a bit with the deputy Commissioner Jim back. He's fabulous. He's basically the CEO of the agency I reached out to him right after the election. And I said Jim what I would love it. If you would let me come in. Quote, unquote for free the next two or three months and shadow ever division because it's not hang out find out where. Because I could look at it on a sheet of paper, but there's ten or eleven divisions. They do everything from inspect elevators and amusement park rides. And boilers to they have child labor law divisions wage in our divisions people who haven't been paid their proper wages per contract. I spend a day or two with each division went out in his spectrum Oilers, though, triple C's crew watched what people did, of course, obviously, they're not going to send me out with my tool belt to fix us. They must have had an impact whoever was inspecting boilers. I'm meeting the guys that are boots on the ground back. We talk about why do we do this? What's is there a statute that tells us do this? How do we pay for it is this a tax payer funded? Things is a business thing. And it was great because every single division. I got I got to know everybody's name and everything. And then when I moved in Monday to my office. It was like I've already been there. That's smart. Cook on something just said, the taxpayer funding or business funding labor does the department of labor its funding from the businesses that it so it's a very interesting agency. Most people would assume the department of labor works exclusively labor issues, and I believe in the past that probably was true prior to right to work with the passage of rights work, which was before I ever came into the legislature here. So so so so gimme the gimme gimme the right to work on basically was to join a union union versus non union. There was a lot of strife before. There was a lot of fighting with these right? We really see that union and nonunion groups in Oklahoma tend to get along very well. And and they really that's not a big issue. So what has happened is the morphine of the department of labor is we become an agency about safety is so safety of citizens things we take for granted. Checking every ride at frontier city every Devon tower elevator every boiler at triple C as best debate met just kinds of things somebody's doing that every year. So are funding is one third from fees and licensor for those kind of things so fifty bucks in the elevator. The most of ours are set up fee commensurate with service, we don't make money on you. Whatever it costs the tech to come out there. Right. The we it'll be a fee commensurate at the most seven their insurance companies want to see that somebody's inspected. Okay. So then the other thing they do is a lot of safety programs. That are very proactive we.

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