23 Burst results for "Luke Air"

"luke air" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:39 min | 6 months ago

"luke air" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"I was I. I can't I can't I can't stop think I'm not a particularly religious person. I'm like Bare Minimum Jew. But I feel like from what I remember of the ten plagues work twenty percent in with a deadly disease and some version of locusts. So I'm sort of looking at the rest of the Bingo card wondering what's next. Yeah my like Bare Minimum Jew as the as the an alternate variant on the bear Jew from inglorious bastards bare minimum. If these are the plagues in the words of like the Passover Song Diana it would have been enough this. This is enough if they want to call it a good. I'm good here. We're good we've message received. Don't try to take them out yourself if you see them. Said that is a fucking line from jaws. That is a line from like a horror. Mommy don't try to take them out. You're safe and in this film. Inevitably there's a small be plot or pun or a just a scene or you see these like renegade assholes who are drunk like man. We're going to go fuck and kill those Hornets ourselves. Yeah absolutely destroyed by them. Yes don't be surprised if you see small children just being carried away. I guess you've will be able to see the the giant Hornet carrying them. What anyways go ahead is there any like? Is there any rhyme or reason like that someone? Kid like their tips. Or it's like you probably don't WanNa be in this area or around this shit. They're just sort of like a but if you see 'em fucking run for your life is so fortunately and just kidding none of the. There's not a single detail in this. That is fortunate so like with the be like. There's a big old honeycomb hive that like you see hanging from a tree and you can like hear them these things burrow underground so you can just like be walking around the ground and step into a nest of these and then you're fucked So there's just like no good no good news on the giant killer. Japanese Hornet Front. So yeah one wrong step and you could descend into waspy hell. Maybe the Bible was like onto something. Now Take Today on Bible. I'M GONNA throw it out there all right. Let's take a quick break Jamie. You have to leave us. It has been a pleasure. Having you for these two musk's baby. Good luck because oppressor dry. Well no grimes she. She lactates like Like electricity it's bad beat. I'm wetness gotTa Hustle. Okay buy a house Luke Air. Oh I see you look over. There is that culture yes coach last last culture recess calling. Hello My name is Matt Roger. Hi My name is Bowen Yang. And we're the hosts of loss culture east us the pop culture podcast now on. Iheartradio.

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Gabrielle Palmas: Surviving a Midair Collision

There I Was...

11:10 min | 6 months ago

Gabrielle Palmas: Surviving a Midair Collision

"Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. You were in an interesting situation and you and I were Were chatting about it not too many people have survived a mid air you did. Can you tell us all about that absolutely so thankfully not many three hundred? Our pilots have experienced talking to the FAA and the NTSB but In October twenty twelve. I found myself in that exact situation to give some background. I fly out of Phoenix and a few different airports here where we have some of the best flying weather in the United States and in the world so with that comes a whole bunch of traffic air traffic. We have eight general aviation airports within thirty nautical miles of each other. And there's a lot of international students here with training academies and things tend to get busy when it's a beautiful day outside a very busy area. You've got all the airport you mentioned you. Of course got Phoenix International. And just outside of that. You've got Luke Air Force Base which is a training base for the Air Force. So it is a busy area. Everybody trying to take advantage of that beautiful Arizona weather and along with that. We have very limited approaches that we can do when it comes to training. So there's only one I alas in the area that were really allowed to navigate by and the only other two are at Phoenix Sky Harbor and over it Gateway Airport so along with that we have a lot of intense training traffic heading down south to this one particular airport. Kasa grind and their sister when were transitioning through these areas on top of that we have practice areas so it gets to be a little crazy when it comes to all of these training academy airplanes in one spot. So there I was. I was up on a training flight with my chief pilot on a stage. Check to progress to my next step of training in my instrument and as we were flying and transitioning out of the practice area and heading toward the airport for practice approach. We were in that scary spot where you're not talking to either frequency yet. You're in the process of changing your in the process of getting yourself situated for an approach. So there's a lot happening. I was under the hood at the time and my chief pilot reached out for the controls and turned to the aircraft and dove down as fast as he could and we ended up hitting something and my initial thought was. Maybe we hit an airplane. But I'm thinking birds. Birds are probably going to be the best scenario here right birds. It's fine just birds and he told me calmly. I need you to take your hood off and I need you to look around to see if you see them so there was with the thought process of. Oh my gosh. We hit another airplane with people inside of it. Wow that's another level of intensity there you're under the hood you feel an impact. The instructor says take your hood off and now you take the hood off. You're just trying to get total laissez on on now having vision. And where are you? And I can't imagine that it was a fear of looking out to the right side. I can tell you that. Why is that where you felt the thump? Come from yes okay. The impact was from the right side of the wing. We lost three feet of our wing and a Piper Warrior and had no aileron control whatsoever after that. So not only. Were we trying to see if the other party survived? We were also trying to figure out. What do we do now? Do we get this aircraft on the ground as soon as possible. Yes okay do we. Head straight toward the airport. Because at that point we were aligned directly toward the Chandler airport where we're based or do we make smaller turns to head toward an abandoned airstrip. That's on reservation. Land Not really monitored by anybody but also much closer to us and less traffic possibilities because we were also thinking okay. It's just the wing but it could also be the landing gear. It could be the engine stopping at any moment. We don't know what else has been impacted. About what altitude were you guys in terms of AG L? When the collision occurred at about four thousand feet. Okay and it's a an awkward altitude to be at because you're in the process of shooting practice approach and not yet on with approach. But your right at that altitude Should you be at the five hundreds or should you be at the thousands? What are we doing here? So that was the most difficult struggle for us to is that. It's a transition point where you're descending from one to another but with us. We had just leveled off to start the approach and start talking to traffic control so I remember a styling in. Instead of contacting approach. We contacted our local tower because we figured that the local tower might have these guys up on their radar and they have a better internal contact to get down to our flight. School emergency services in the local area Chandler versus talking to Phoenix approach which was much further away. So all of these split-second decisions were being made. We didn't want to fly over houses. Were dealing with an airstrip in the middle of nowhere versus airports but the airstrip is closer. And how do we do this? We manipulate the airplane. Just using rudder so I can tell you I am beyond grateful. I wouldn't be here today. If my chief pilot had not been the one in the airplane with me because this man flies great lakes he flies pits he flies aerobatic and knows exactly the limitations of an aircraft especially in a state like this so immediately of course he was on the controls and once we landed We couldn't use any flaps obviously coming in because the Aileron had been jammed so much into the flap system and we just took every precaution. You're sitting there thinking about going back to the basics when something like this happens. You're cracking the door open. Just like you're taught in training your hands on the fuel selector valve to make sure that you're shutting that off as soon as you touch down you just go into that mode that we all practice for over and over again in emergency training as student pilots. All the way up to professionals know at any point. Did you ever see the other airplane? We never did air. Traffic control finally told us about a minute before we land that they were able to see them squawking seventy seven hundred so at least we knew at that point that they were alive before we landed. Okay but you hear the collision you never do. See Them. You're focused on flying your own airplane. The instructors got control of the airplane. Did you guys do a controllability check talks about now? You've got this airplane. You make the decision to go into Keila River Memorial. I think you mentioned on on the reservation. Was it relatively close to you. Where you just a few miles away from the airport. At that time we were so we were just a few miles to southeast of the airport. So perfectly lined up with the chandler that we were checking back to so. It took us about fifty to ninety degree turn. I can't remember the exact amount in order to get lined up with the runways that are over at. He'll river for us. During that time it was a matter of okay. Let's take a look. See what we can actually do. The airplane okay. The rudders are fine. Ailerons can't do it okay. What about flap controls? Nope totally jammed. Can I ask you? Did you know that were ineffective? Because you tried to use them in. Couldn't or did you just look out at them and decide? We're not even going to try that. Nope we tried to move the yoke around and nothing was working. You could move the from full left to right and nothing was working. Got It so no aileron control but you do have good pitch control and good rudder control of course The engine still operating normally correct. Okay and you're at four thousand feet above the he'll river memorial. So you looking at the map here you do. What looks like probably a left hand. Turn and begin. Descending towards the river memorial is that right correct it was get on the ground as fast as you can power idle since we have zero flaps worse case scenario if we're high weaken slip it and just pray at this point though we get this thing on the ground safe and you have to do much turning or you rudder over in the direction of he'll river and you were pretty much set up on a final approach there or how did you guys do that. We were essentially on a long final at this point. Enough time to get stabilized and pay attention to how we were going to muscle this onto the ground. And how did you do that? Did you fly a pretty fast final because you were? I mean who knows what your real stall speed is now with three fear wing missing out on the right side right. How'd you handle the approach speed somewhat? I remember I remember My chief keeping it pretty straightforward and S. Just saying. You know. It doesn't matter how long it takes us to get stopped. We're going to aim toward the beginning of the runway. It's a relatively long runway because this airport at one point was used for aerial firefighting. So they still have some DC. Six's that are. They're just kind of abandoned so we knew we had a lot more room to work with and no houses on either end unlike the Chandler airport so we figured we just need to get close to the ground. We'll get it on the ground and then however long it takes us to get stopped and situated. We'll figure that out as we go. Yeah so it sounds like you keep your speed up. You came down and realize you had a long runway. The winds can get pretty strong out there in Arizona were the wind factor at all. Thankfully not because this was October so October is some of our most mild weather in Arizona. It's the transition period between when we get all of those storms coming in. The monsoon season has wrapped up for the most part and then October becomes that seventy degree weather until we reach March. Beautiful Time of year to fly out there and so That was a lucky break for you that it happened there when you're not worried about the heat or the wind or density altitude too much so you guys came down final. Kept your air speed up. You come over the runway and then just from there as normal as he could make it around out of flare and touchdown correct yet as normal as we could make it and as soon as we got on the ground immediately. Shut everything down. Fuel selector valve turned off and get out of the airplane as fast as we can just in case and I can't tell you how fast we both dropped to the ground just to make sure that both of us were okay that you know okay. We're on the ground. It's fine now. We can start thinking about everything that comes along with this.

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Creativity + Compassion During the COVID-19 Crisis

Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

07:32 min | 7 months ago

Creativity + Compassion During the COVID-19 Crisis

"Wanted to start the conversation. Just kind of check in with you. How you doing I mean how are we all doing? During this drying and uncertain times we are basically adapting to this whole new reality in the new way of leaving and I know as a journalist. You kind of have a very A much better understanding that an average personal how we're doing as a society I think not The last week has been a very tough one for a lot of people. Not just because we're dealing with this pandemic but because we're processing a changes in new information in lives time. Uh So I think this last week A lot of new information came to light a number one. You know how big of an issue this is gonna be for our country and then the second issue. Is You know the recession. That looks like it's on its way And then third. He knows there's been growing information about how long we're going to have to be a mistake. Social distancing I think even a week ago I was contemplating whether to travel in March. You know in April and clearly all travel has been canceled for a long time. Not only that I think most of us are going to be sheltering in our homes for not just a few weeks but possibly months and so. I think that what's really important for people to to think about right now is that we're dealing with two levels of anxiety on the one hand there are these enormous Cataclysmic HISTORICAL EVENTS. That are happening. And we're watching them. Unfold a pandemic a national emergency or recession. These are all really big things but I also think that it's important for us to recognize and And be okay with the feelings that that we're experiencing right now that That are just you know about the disappointments and in the personal sadness that were feeling about things that might be smaller than these bigger events. You know I think a lot of people are disappointed that You know their graduation got cancelled. I think people are worried about their kids who are not going to get to be educated over the next couple of weeks. Couples are separated from one another. I think it's just really important for us to say it's okay to feel whatever it is. You're feeling right now and you need to spend some time You know dealing thinking through sort of like coming to terms with your own personal disappointments Before you sort of have the capacity to take in the much bigger issues that we're dealing with absolutely yeah. I mean we've chatted with you. I think the last Last Friday and I wasn't a lay. Laura was in the lay of For our listeners. I think you guys know that we are participating in the yellow accelerator by snapchat. It was a huge deal. It's still a huge deal but on Friday. All of the programming accelerator was moved to fool in line and ultimately mean Laura. We decided it was definitely a good call for us to Back Staff and Drive back to the bay area to our homes and families and yeah exactly as you said lease. It's we've been kind of living on a day to day like even during the weekend. There was no shelter in place Yet in San Francisco During the week there was no shelter in place in mandate in California in general so definitely taken day by day. But I'm glad that we are Taking this This issue seriously about yet again. I think it's still luke air for all of us agree with you kind of Process out personal sadness in these shoes and all of the You know different circumstances and changes have to accept them that all lives and then start kind of being good citizens and doing the things that are right for the society a- so I'm curious if you What kind of things and you have seen and observed and house occur coronavirus effect in different population groups. Of course if you know anything obviously we know and we are and we're so thankful for healthcare professionals and this country around the world But how does it also affects teachers? Students on just regular professionals have used seen How this kind of situation is affecting different groups of people? What's important right now is A A pandemic like a health. Emergency like this is throwing into relief. The inequities that we're seeing in society The same is true when it comes to things like global warming and the natural disasters that we were seeing You know in times like this. It becomes very clear that people who are already vulnerable and on the margins are the ones who are going to suffer the most So you know a lot of us have been wrestling with and complaining with a about the the concept of having to be stuck at home for a long time. I'm I think it's really important to realize that that is actually a luxury that we have this luxury to stay at home protect ourselves protect. Our family is because actually there are a lot of people out there who are considered either essential workers or who have to work out of necessity. Who are putting themselves at risk on. I've been thinking a lot about people you know. Obviously there are people who need to keep our cities running like the trash collectors. There's people who are working on critical infrastructure as well as obviously the healthcare professionals. You know that goes without saying but You Know I. I was working on a story this week about Amazon. And how the Workers Amazon are continuing to work under these conditions with up to two thousand people in each location around the country Amazon is continuing to hire because there's been an increase in the number of orders that they've been receiving And that really made me think about how our society operates because the United States doesn't have very robust infrastructure and government services the way that other nations do and so we rely on the private sector on companies like Amazon to deliver services right so there lots of people right now who are using Amazon to get Essential things like medication I'm sure that there are hospitals and clinics that are getting clubs hand sanitizer and things like that and then older people are relying on Amazon. It's infrastructure to deliver groceries right so that they don't need to put themselves at risk by going to a grocery stores Into what we're actually doing that. Workers who are relatively low paid workers in these factories are effectively putting their own health and wellbeing at risk the rest of us can shelter in place And you know while you know. There are lots of people in society who are considered essential workers and are fairly compensated for that These these workers are not particularly well. Paid and many of them don't get

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Apple updates Macbooks

The Vergecast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

Apple updates Macbooks

"There are new MAC books folks. You have are two new books. Which one do you have? <hes> I'm reviewing the macbook air. The new twenty nineteen macbook Air Dancy for is reviewing the new twenty nineteen Mac book pro and tree pro little pro. We don't have a name for here's what happened. <hes> apple updated the air they added a true tone display to it and they drop the price by one hundred bucks and then they took the Mac book escape which was the macbook pro that had the actual button function enro- and only two ports on the side and they put the Touch Barn the touch pad on it and they updated the processor and they left it with just two ports and that I don't remember the exact price there but it's like two hundred bucks more than the air now so those are the two computers that are new alongside those things the most important thing they did in my opinion is instead of updating the MAC book a little Itty bitty Mac book they just murdered it killed Italy just destroyed it so you. I think I saw you say this in slack okay. You were like the killing. The twelve inch Mac book is Apple Walking back. Its entire five year plan for these computers. I think so you can you defend that so okay it all stems from the very first computer of this new generation of macbooks was the MAC book. It was the first one with the keyboard word the new design the new tiered the battery and most of all they just called it Mac book. They didn't call it MAC book air. They didn't call it Mac Book Ultra whatever they're like this is Mac book and everything else is is like macbook pro and that was meant to be like the default and in the intervening years the keyboards went sideways apple forgot that people like processor updates and expect so just didn't bother making in those the very clearly didn't know what they wanted to do with this lineup and you could tell they didn't know what to do because their bestselling Mac was the one that was not part of this new generation it was the macbook air forever and so they finally really updated the macbook air and just made you know either a slimmed-down macbook pro or a beefed up macbook macbook take it. I think it's more of a slimmed-down Mac book pro called it the air throughout the world and it was like Oh yeah that's that's what we want. That's the the thing we've been asking you for five years and so of course they they're killing the MAC book because they're like Oh. Well people just want this thing and this vision of the future of what Max are going to be. We need to turn that dialed on a little bit. Go back to the other kind of keyboard and we'll do that stuff next year in the meantime <hes> at least we've got like normalized lineup so I think that the main problem is that the air brand name is too good like people love the macbook Luke Air. They love the name they know what it is the default computer it's it's the Joanna Stern for two hundred dollars more you can get a Mac book air right like it is that computer in so they what they should have done was called that my God did this entire.

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White meat is just as bad as red meat when it comes to cholesterol: Study

SSM Health Matters

02:01 min | 1 year ago

White meat is just as bad as red meat when it comes to cholesterol: Study

"A new study seems to suggest white meat including poultry may not be so healthy after all here to talk with us about that is Luke air. Dr Michael Lim, Dr them is cardiologists, SM health Saint Louis university hospital doctor, then thanks for joining us pleasure. We're hearing of a new study out that says, white meat is just as bad for you as red meat when it comes to your cholesterol level. Tell us what's going on? I think there's two different levels to look at this kind of study as you quoted, the question me healthier for your heart health of darkness, and the surface, the answer. Surprisingly has no. We've always thought that white meat actually is healthier from that standpoint because it's less leading with that. And so, therefore, you digest more fed classrooms, would be lower. Interesting thing about this study is that they, they proved that incorrect in. So what would be the take home from that standpoint? I think very simply, you know, the, the American diet or Missouri diet, if you will continues to be heavily dependent upon the main course basically are meat. We're amid west beaten potatoes type of tone, the advantages of from a heart healthy diet. Really are not in the meat. They're an plant based proteins, vegetables, and fruits and a better balanced diet. And so if you look at the advantages of something like the Mediterranean diets, they do incorporate meet lean meats, but very, very small portion size and the rest of the meal is composed does the other pieces, the vegetables, though, Layton's abuse, and that probably isn't much healthier balance to our debt. Then just trying to switch out dark meat for white

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"luke air" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"luke air" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Luke air dot e. EDU for the third time. Since august. A California jury has found the maker of the popular weed killer roundup liable for damages to someone who developed cancer Brett Wizner is the plaintiff's attorney in this case in blasted bear. The problem here is the leadership at bear the currency of. Bayer made a mistake when it purchased Monsanto and they purchased hundred years where the corruption and scientific fraud the own that mistake and sit down with us. So we can make it right for everyone who suffering from cancer. Bayer bought Krief core based Monsanto last year and assumed its liabilities, including all these lawsuits over the roundup weed killer, it still going a small group of Missouri. Senators have been reading from books since yesterday afternoon in a marathon filibuster against the governor's economic development package, which includes the fifty million dollar incentive for General Motors. We get the latest from Phil filibustering senators or not actually opposed to the. General Motors provision. Instead they want removed. Other provisions added by the house that include other business tax breaks and the governor's fast track program to repay the college tuition costs for mid career adults and five o'clock this morning as the filibuster approached its fifteenth. Our Saint Charles county Senator Bill Aigle made the opponents position clear. Rayleigh about just baking share that General Motors could put their best foot forward with an investment package win. This it lasts afternoon yesterday. Remember of a self-described conservative caucus. That's conducted a number of filibusters against the Senate leadership from the state capital Brookner's, where do you eleven twenty K Molex, and this is a live feed from the floor of the Missouri. Senate right now, we'll continue to monitor this marathon filibuster and see what happens with those GM incentives. Fred, and Missouri and Illinois have joined a lawsuit filed by more than forty states accusing the nation's top drug makers of price-fixing on generic drugs, Missouri. Attorney general Eric Schmidt hopes the suit sends a message. Except that you don't get to engage in this kind of activity where you're artificially keeping prices high and in many raising prices consumers are that's part of my job. Schmidt says the suit outlines cases of greed on a scale that is hard to fathom of prices for some generic drugs hiked as much as a thousand percent that generic drugs named in the suit are prescribed for cancer, diabetes, arthritis and other common ailments and accused cat killer in Saint Charles county is out on bond twenty year old Kane louder of Saint Peter's is accused of torturing and killing a dozen cats that he bought on Craigslist. The judge lowering his bond to one hundred and fifty thousand dollars with ten percent down. So that he can get psychological evaluation and live under house arrest with his father. Charging documents say the dismembered remains of cats have been found strewn about his street and the surrounding area since January louder was arrested late last week after. Police say somebody saw man dumping a dead cat and then driving away in a car matching the description of the suspect's car. Kevin Kelly NewsRadio eleven twenty que Moi. I'm Tom Ackerman..

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"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Monthly exclusive interview. How are you doing today? I think from what we understand you're actually in town. You've got some stuff going on. How are you? I am doing wonderfully. And I'm so happy to be home. But I have to say guys what's with the cold weather. I know we don't know it either. I we don't know. What's going on? Either MAC is wearing long Johns today. I'm very uncomfortable. Senator. Yeah. You didn't have to share that with. Right. It is called. It's going to be worse over the next couple of days when you head back to DC to DC Sunday evening, and luckily, I'm not there today because they've got seven inches of snow today. Could be a lot worse. It definitely. Washington DC. But over the next couple of days is going to be bad. So a Senator let's let's talk about this President Trump a national emergency on the border. So you guys in congress gave him like one point three billion something like that said, hey, go ahead and do your wall, maybe fifty miles and he said, yeah, that's just not enough. I'll take your money. But now I'm going to kind of do an end around. Senator. Do you think Trump overstepped his boundaries declaring a national emergency? Well, third clear, I believe it is Congress's duty to address issues of border security, including appropriating dollars for both physical barriers such as walls when appropriate but also to do things like increase stopping at customs and border patrol for ports of entry. You guys know this. There is Ona's. No, this most of the elicit drugs that come into our country, actually, come through our ports of entry. So we appropriated more dollars for those ports of entry. Customs and border patrol. We want to spend money on technology, you know, drones cameras and towers to really help support our customs and border patrol agents in our border patrol agents in interdicting the bad guy. We did include some funding for physical barriers most Arizona's would agree that walls were appropriate in some places and do make a difference. But they're not the only answer. So well, congress did its job by appropriating monies for this effort. I think most of us would agree that we haven't completed the work. They're still more for us to do. And my opinion is that it is Congress's job to continue that work we are responsible for appropriate dollars and directing them to the types of border security measures that we believe based on our consultation with experts is appropriate to creep full border security. So you think he did overstep that he should have taken the money from you guys and went and did his thing and not look. For another eight or nine billion. Well, I think the appropriate if the president wants to act congress to continue to appropriate additional dollars, and it's our job to consider his request. But he just Congress's job to make these decisions about appropriating dollars. And I gotta tell you guys. I I've seen some news reports. I know just like you have that on taking dollars from some of these other areas could be could be a little bit dangerous for us here in Arizona. Luke air force base could be impacted and I'm concerned about that. We've got to make sure that our men and women in uniform are always ready to defend our country. Whether it's in preparation training or getting ready for deployment Senator Kirsten cinema joins us for a monthly exclusive interview. I'm glad you mentioned that because I'm I'm concerned as well about. Okay. Where is the money being taken from? And how does that affect Arizona? You mentioned Luke air force base. Can you be specific what would happen or what would be less than than than op? If it was taken from Luke air force base. Can you be specific how that would affect us absolutely guys? Well, you know, this was actually reported yesterday morning and the Arizona central website that there are two projects on Luke air force base that could be at risk under this emergency. And these are projects that are really crucial for f thirty five program as you guys know, we are the home for the thirty five and we're working to expand it to help create more Johnson, of course, increase national security. So the thirty five program is still growing and right now at Luke air force base. They don't have enough space to train all the pilots that we have ready to prepare to fight at thirty five. And we don't have enough space to adequately maintain at thirty five. So we have the f thirty five that are continuing to come as they're produced throughout the country. So right now, Luke air force base is expecting about forty million dollars just this year. And you know, guys, we work, really. Hard as a bipartisan delegation in the house last year to make sure that we got this forty million appropriated four Luke air force base. And of course, now that forty million is at risk, and that's that's really concerning because this construction has to be completed by March of twenty twenty one and that means a bit gotta get those dollars in the door now, and it's gotta start growing this in order for us to be ready for additional squadron of f thirty five pilots fights that that pot of money is now at risk because of this national emergency. So we're concerned about that. Are you are you are you also concerned about interdiction programs on the border at the ports of entry may be affected. That's what I'm most concerned taking money that he's gonna take money from the interdiction part. And that we may not have as effective as we could at ports of entry and other places to make sure that the drudge don't come across it. If that what you're saying is really really important because those of us who live in border states. And border communities. No down making sure that you have situational and operational control. The border isn't jumped about building barriers barriers are part of it. But you've gotta have staffing and technology. So that you can do the interdiction effort that recent fencing all best that happens in Nogales that was due to the hard work of our CPA agents on the technology. They have if you start removing funds from those pots of money, then you're actually reducing your ability to stop the greatest and most dangerous flow the goods, which is drug trafficking through our ports of entry. And you guys know this that the trafficking of people continues to happen largely in Arizona. Through more dangerous terrain, but it just seems really dangerous gangs like sina Loa and others right trafficking. Both drugs and people into the country often taking advantage of these individuals and forcing them to act as drug deals, so we cannot reduce the funding. We absolutely cannot reduce the funding for these interdiction efforts that involves the person power and technology Senator Kirsten cinema is with us. So you got your first Senate Bill the legion acts and it aims to give all veterans access to the American Legion. Can you tell everybody why that's important? What does the American Legion? Do that kind of thing. Absolutely. I'm really proud of this legislation. We introduce it last week. And it basically allows veterans who didn't serve in direct battle during direct wars to have an opportunity to join.

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"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Her monthly exclusive interview. How are you doing today? I think from what we understand you're actually in town. You've got some stuff going on. How are you? I am doing wonderfully. And I'm so happy to be home. But I have to say guys. What's cold weather? I know we don't know it either. I we don't know. What's going on? Either MAC is wearing long Johns today. I'm very uncomfortable. Senator. Yeah. You didn't have to share that with. Right. It is called. It's going to be worse over the next couple of days when you head back to DC we go back to DC Sunday evening. And luckily, I'm not there today because they've got seven inches of snow today. Could be a lot worse. It definitely wasn't. We see over the next couple of days is going to be bad. So a Senator let's let's talk about this President Trump and national emergency on the border. So you guys in congress gave him like one point three billion something like that said, hey, go ahead and do your wall, maybe fifty miles and he said, yeah, that's just not enough. I'll take your money. But now I'm going to do an end around. Senator. Do you think Trump overstepped his boundaries declaring a national emergency? Well, I declare I believe it is Congress's duty to address issues of border security, including appropriating dollars for both physical barriers such as walls when appropriate but also to do things like increase. Stopping at customs and border patrol for ports of entry. You guys know this Arizona's no this most of the elicit drugs that come into our country, actually, come through our ports of entry. So we appropriated more dollars for those ports of entry for customs and border patrol. We want to spend money on technology, you know, drones and cameras and towers to really help support our customs agents in our border patrol agents in interdicting the bad guy. We did include some funding for physical barriers most series owners would agree that were appropriate in some places and do make a difference. But they're not the only answer. So well, congress did its job by appropriating money for this effort. I think most of us would agree that we haven't completed the work. They're still more for us to do. And my opinion is that it is Congress's job picking that work. We are responsible for appropriate dollars and directing them to. To the types of border security measures that we believe based on our consultation with experts is appropriate to creep full border security. So you think he did overstep that he should have taken the money from you guys and went and did his thing and not look for another eight or nine billion. Well, I think it's appropriate. If the president wants to add congress to continue to appropriate additional dollars, and it's our job to consider his request. But he just Congress's job to make these decisions about appropriating dollars. And I gotta tell you guys. I seen some news reports. I know just like you have that taking dollars from some of these other areas could be could be a little bit dangerous for us here in Arizona. Luke air force base could be impacted and I'm concerned about that. We've got to make sure that our men and women in uniform are always ready to defend our country. Whether it's in preparation training or in getting ready for deployment Senator Kirsten cinema joins us for a monthly exclusive interview. I'm glad you mentioned that because I'm concerned as well about. Okay. Where is the money being taken from? And how does that affect Arizona? You mentioned Luke air force base. Can you be specific what would happen or what would be less than than than optimal? If it was. Oh, taken from Luke air force base. Can you be specific how that would affect us absolutely guys? Well, you know, this was actually reported yesterday morning in the area of central website that there are two projects on Luke air force base that could be at risk under this emergency. And these are projects that are really crucial for f thirty five program as you guys know, we are the home for the f thirty five and we're working to expand it to help create more Johnson, of course, increase national security. So the thirty five program is still growing and right now at Luke air force base. Don't have enough space to train all the pilots that we have ready to prepare to fight at thirty five. And we don't have enough space to adequately maintain at thirty five that we have on the f thirty five's that are continuing to come out there produced throughout the country. So right now, Luke air force base is expecting about forty million dollars just this year. And you know, guys, we work really hard as a bipartisan. Delegation in the house last year to make sure that we got this forty million appropriated four Luke air force base. And of course, now that forty million is at risk, and that's that's really concerning because this construction has to be completed by March twenty twenty one and that means that they've got to get those dollars in the door now, and they've gotta start rowing this in order for us to be ready for additional squadron of f thirty five pilot sites that that pot of money is now at risk because of this national emergency. So we're concerned about that. Are you are you are you also concerned about interdiction programs on the border at the ports of entry may be affected. That's what I'm most concerned taking money that he's going to take money from the interdiction part. And that we may not have as effective as we could at ports of entry and other places to make sure that the drugs don't come across it. If that what you're saying is really really important because those of us who live in border states and border communities. No doubt making sure that you have situational and operational control. The border isn't jumped about building barriers barriers are a part of it. But you gotta have staffing and technology. So that you can do the interdiction effort that recent fencing all best that happens in Nogales that was due to the hard work of our CPA agents on the technology. They have if you start removing funds from those pots of money, then you're actually reducing your ability to stop the greatest and most dangerous flow of illicit goods, which is drug trafficking through our ports of entry. And you guys know this that the trafficking of people continues to happen largely in Arizona through more dangerous terrain. But it's the seem really dangerous gangs like seen Loa and others who are trafficking both drugs and people into the country often taking advantage of these individuals and forcing them to actors meals. So we cannot. Reduce the funding. We absolutely cannot reduce the funding for these interdiction efforts that involved both person power and technology Senator Kirsten cinema is with us. So you got your first Senate Bill the legion act and it aims to give all veterans access to the American Legion. Can you tell everybody why that's important? What does the American Legion? Do that kind of thing. Absolutely. I'm really proud of this legislation. We introduce it last week. And it basically allows veterans who didn't serve in direct battle during direct wars to have an opportunity to join.

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"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"How are you doing today? I think from what we understand you're actually in town. You've got some stuff going on. How are you? I am doing wonderfully. And I'm so happy to be home. But I have to say is what's with the cold weather. I know we don't know it either. I we don't know. What's going on? Either MAC is wearing long Johns today. I'm very uncomfortable. Senator. Yeah. You didn't have to share that with. Right. It is called. It's going to be worse over the next couple of days when you head back to DC we go back to DC Sunday evening. And luckily, I'm not there today because they've got seven inches of snow today. Could be a lot worse. It definitely. See? But over the next couple of days is going to be bad. So a Senator let's let's talk about this President Trump and national emergency on the border. So you guys in congress gave him like one point three billion something like that said, hey, go ahead and do your wall, maybe fifty miles and he said, yeah, that's just not enough. I'll take your money. But now I'm going to of do an end around. Senator. Do you think Trump overstepped his boundaries declaring a national emergency? Well, I let me be clear I believe it is Congress's duty to address issues of border security, including appropriating dollars for both physical barriers such as walls when appropriate but also to do things like increased out customs and border patrol for ports of entry. You guys know this Arizona's no this most of the elicit drugs that come into our country, actually, come through our ports of entry. So we appropriated more dollars for those ports of entry for. Customs and border patrol. We we want to spend money on technology, you know, drones and cameras and towers to really help support our customs and border patrol agents in our border patrol agents. In her dictating the bad guy. We did include some funding for physical barriers. Most Arizonans would agree that walls were appropriate in some places and do make a difference. But they're not the only answer. So well, congress did its job by appropriating monies for this effort. I think most of us would agree that we haven't completed the work. They're still more for us to do. And my opinion is that it is Congress's job picking that work. We are responsible for appropriate dollars and directing them to the types of border security measures that we believe based on our consultation with experts is appropriate to creep full border security. So you think he did overstep that he should have taken the money from you guys and went and did his thing and not look. For another eight or nine billion. Well, I think it's appropriate. If the president wants to act congress to continue to appropriate additional dollars, and it's our job to consider his request. But he just Congress's job to make these decisions about appropriating dollars. And I gotta tell you guys. I seen some news reports. I know just like you have that taking dollars from some of these other areas could be could be little bit dangerous for us here in Arizona. Luke air force base could be impacted and I'm concerned about that. We've got to make sure that our men and women in uniform are always ready to defend our country. Whether it's in preparation training or in getting ready for deployment Senator Kirsten cinema joins us for a monthly exclusive interview. I'm glad you mentioned that because I'm concerned as well about. Okay. Where is the money being taken from? And how does that affect Arezzo? You mentioned Luke air force base. Can you be specific what would happen or what would be less than than than optimal? If it was taken from Luke air force base. Can you be specific how that would affect us absolutely guys? Well, this was actually reported yesterday morning in the Arizona central website that there are two projects on Luke air force base. That could be at risk under this emergency. And these are projects that are really crucial for f thirty five program as you guys know, we are a home for the f thirty five and we're working to expand it to help create more Johnson, of course, increase national security. So the f thirty five program is still growing and right now at Luke air force base. Basic don't have enough space to train all the pilots that we have ready to prepare to fight at thirty five. And we don't have enough space to adequately maintain at thirty five. So we have on the f thirty five that are continuing to come as their produced throughout the country. So right now, Luke air force is expecting about forty million dollars just this year. And you know, guys we worked really hard as a bipartisan delegation in the house last year to make sure that we got this forty million appropriated four Luke air force base. And of course, now that forty million is at risk, and that's that's really concerning because this. Construction has to be completed by March twenty twenty one and that means that they've got gotta get those dollars in the door now, and they've gotta start growing this in order for us to be ready for additional squadron of f thirty five pilots fights that that pot of money is now at risk because of this national emergency. So we're concerned about that. Are you are you are you also concerned about interdiction programs on the border at the ports of entry may be affected. That's what I'm most concerned. I've taken money that he's going to take money from the interdiction part. And that we may not have as effective as we could at ports of entry and other places to make sure that the drugs don't come across it. If that what you're saying is really really important because those of us who live in border states and border communities. No doubt making sure that you have situational and operational control. The border isn't just about building barriers barriers are a part of it. But you've gotta have staffing and technology. So that you can do the inner diction. Efforts that recent sentinel best that happens in Nogales that was due to the hard work of our CPA agents on the technology. They have if you start removing funds from those pots of money, then you're actually reducing your ability to stop the greatest and most dangerous flow of illicit goods, which is drug trafficking through our ports of entry. And you guys know this that the trafficking of people continues to happen largely in Arizona through more dangerous terrain, but it's the seem really dangerous gangs like seen low and others right trafficking. Both drugs and people into the country often taking advantage of these individuals and forcing them to actors drug meals. So we cannot reduce the funding. We absolutely cannot reduce the funding for these interdiction efforts that involves the person power and technology Senator Kirsten cinema is with us. So you got your first Senate Bill the legion acts and it aims to give. All veterans access to the American Legion. Can you tell everybody why that's important? What does the American Legion? Do that kind of thing. Absolutely. Well, I'm really proud of this legislation. We introduce it last week. And it basically allows veterans who didn't serve in direct battle during direct wars to.

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"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"How are you doing today? I think from what we understand you're actually in town. You've got some stuff going on. How are you? I am doing wonderfully. And I'm so happy to be home. But I have to say is what's the cold weather? I know we don't we don't know. What's going on? Either MAC is wearing long Johns today. I'm very uncomfortable. Senator. Yeah. You didn't have to share that with. Right. It is it's going to be worse over the next couple of days when you head back to DC to DC Sunday evening, and luckily, I'm not there today because they've got seven inches of snow today. Could be a lot worse. It definitely in Washington DC. But over the next couple of days is going to be bad. So a Senator let's let's talk about this President Trump and national emergency on the border. So you guys in congress gave him like one point three billion something like that said, hey, go ahead and do your wall, maybe fifty miles and he said, yeah, that's just not enough. I'll take your money. But now I'm going to do an end around. Senator. Do you think Trump overstepped his boundaries declaring a national emergency? Well, third me be clear. I believe it is Congress's duty to address issues of border security, including appropriating dollars for both physical barriers such as walls when appropriate but also to do things like increase. Stopping at customs and border patrol for ports of entry. You guys know this Arizona's no this most of the elicit drugs that come into our country, actually, come through our ports of entry. So we appropriated more dollars for those ports of entry for customs and border patrol. We we want to spend money on technology, you know, drones and cameras and towers to really help support our customs and border patrol agents in our border patrol agents in interdicting, the bad guys. We did include some funding for physical barriers. Most Arizonans would agree that walls were appropriate in some places and do make a difference. But they're not the only answer. So well, congress did its job by appropriating monies for this effort. I think most of us would agree that we haven't completed the work. They're still more for us to do. And my opinion is that it is Congress's job picking that work. We are responsible for appropriate dollars and directing them. To the types of border security measures that we believe based on our consultation with experts is appropriate to creep full border security. So you think he did overstep that he should have taken the money from you guys and went and did his thing and not look for another eight or nine billion. Well, I think it's appropriate. If the president wants to act congress to continue to appropriate additional dollars, and it's our job to consider his request. But he just Congress's job to make these decisions about appropriating dollars. And I gotta tell you guys I seen some news reports. I know just like you have that taking dollars from some of these other areas could be could be a little bit dangerous for its here in Arizona. Luke air force base could be impacted and I'm concerned about that. We've gotta make sure that our men and women in uniform are always ready to defend our country. Whether it's in preparation training or in getting ready for deployment Senator Kirsten cinema joins us for a monthly exclusive interview. I'm glad you mentioned that because I'm I'm concerned as well about. Okay. Where is the money being taken from? And how does that affect Arezzo? You mentioned Luke air force base. Can you be specific what would happen or what would be less than than than optimal? If it was me. Oh, taken from Luke air force base. Can you be specific how that would affect us absolutely guys? Well, this was actually reported yesterday morning in the area Zona central website that there are two projects on Luke air force base that could be at risk under this emergency. And these are projects that are really crucial for f thirty five program as you guys know, we are the home for the f thirty five and we're working to expand it to help create more Johnson, of course, increase national security. So the f thirty five program is still growing and right now at Luke air force base. They don't have enough space to train all the pilots that we have ready to prepare to fight at thirty five. And we don't have enough space to adequately maintain at thirty five. We have the f thirty five's that are continuing to come as their produced throughout the country. So right now, Luke air force base is expecting about forty million dollars just this year. And you know, guys, we work really hard as a bipartisan. Zain delegation in the house last year to make sure that we got this forty million appropriated four Luke air force base. And of course, now that forty million is at risk, and that's that's really concerning because this construction has to be completed by March of twenty twenty one, and that means that they've got to get those dollars in the door now, and it's gotta start growing this in order for us to be ready for additional squadron of f thirty five pilot sites that that pot of money is now at risk because of this national emergency. So we're concerned about that. Are you are you are you also concerned about interdiction programs on the border at the ports of entry may be affected. That's what I'm most concerned taking money. Then there that he's going to take money from the interdiction park, and that we may not have as effective as we could at ports of entry and other places to make sure that the drugs don't come across. If that what you're saying is really really important because those of us who live in border states and border community. No down making sure that you have situational and operational control. The border isn't just about building barriers barriers are a part of it. But you gotta have staffing and technology. So that you can do the interdiction effort that recent fencing all best that happens in Nogales that was due to the hard work of our agents in technology. They have if you start removing funds from those pots of money, then you're actually reducing your ability to stop the greatest and most dangerous flow of illicit goods, which is drug trafficking through our ports of entry. And you guys know this that the trafficking of people continues to happen largely in Arizona through more dangerous terrain, but it seem really dangerous gangs like seen Loa and others who are trafficking both drugs and people into the country often taking advantage of these individuals and forcing them to act as drug meals. So we cannot. Reduce the funding. We absolutely cannot reduce the funding for these interdiction efforts that involve the person power and technology Senator Kirsten cinema is with us. So you got your first Senate Bill the legion acts and it aims to give all veterans access to the American Legion. Can you tell everybody why that's important? What does the American Legion? Do that kind of thing. Absolutely. Well, I'm really proud of this legislation. We introduce it last week. And it basically allows veterans who didn't serve in direct battle during direct wars to have an opportunity to join.

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"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"How are you doing today? I think from what we understand you're actually in town. You've got some stuff going on. How are you? I am doing wonderfully. And I'm so happy to be home. But I have to say guys what's with this cold weather. I know we don't know it either. I we don't know. What's going on? Either MAC is wearing long Johns today. I'm very uncomfortable. Senator. Yeah. You didn't have to share that with. Right. It is called. It's going to be worse over the next couple of days when you head back to DC we go back to DC Sunday evening. And luckily, I'm not there today because they've got seven inches of snow today. Could be a lot worse. It definitely in Washington DC. But over the next couple of days is going to be bad. So a Senator let's let's talk about this President Trump and national emergency on the border. So you guys in congress gave him like one point three billion something like that said, hey, go ahead and do your wall, maybe fifty miles and he said, yeah, that's just not enough. I'll take your money. But now I'm going to of do an end around. Senator. Do you think Trump overstepped his boundaries declaring a national emergency? Well, maybe clear I believe it is Congress's duty to address issues of border security, including appropriating dollars about physical barriers such as walls when appropriate but also to do things like increase. Stopping at customs and border patrol for ports of entry. You guys know this Arizona's no this most of the elicit drugs that come into our country, actually, come through our ports of entry. So we appropriated more dollars for those ports of entry for customs and border patrol. We want to spend money on technology, you know, drones and cameras and towers to really help support our customer patrol agents in our border patrol agents in interdicting the bad guy. We did include some funding for physical barriers. Most Arizonans would agree that walls were appropriate in some places and do make a difference. But they're not the only answer. So well, congress did its job by appropriating money for this effort. I think most of us would agree that we haven't completed the work. They're still more for us to do in my opinion is that it is Congress's job picking that work. We are responsible for appropriate dollars and directing them to. To the types of border security measures that we believe based on our consultation with experts is appropriate to creep full border security. So you think he did overstep that he should have taken the money from you guys and went and did his thing and not look for another eight or nine billion why appropriate if the president wants to ask congress to continue to appropriate additional dollars, and it's our job to consider his request. But he just Congress's job to make these decisions about appropriating dollars. And I gotta tell you guys I seen some news reports. I know just like you have that taking dollars from some of these other areas could be could be little bit dangerous for us here in Arizona. Luke air force base could be impacted and I'm concerned about that. We've got to make sure that our men and women in uniform are always ready to defend our country. Whether it's in preparation training or in getting ready for deployment Senator Kirsten cinema joins us for a monthly exclusive interview. View. I'm glad you mentioned that because I'm concerned as well about. Okay. Where is the money being taken from and how does that affect era? Zona you mentioned Luke air force base. Can you be specific what would happen or what would be less than than than optimal? If it was taken from Luke air force base. Can you be specific how that would affect us absolutely guys? Well, this was actually reported yesterday morning and the Arizona central website that there are two projects on Luke air force base that could be at risk under this emergency. And these are projects that are really crucial for f thirty five program as you guys know, we are the home for the f thirty five and we're working to expand it to help create more Johnson, of course, increase national security. So the f thirty five program is still growing and right now at Luke air force base. They don't have enough space to train all the pilots that we have ready to prepare to fight at thirty five and we don't have enough space to adequately maintain after. That we have on the f thirty five that are continuing to come as there produced throughout the country right now, Luke air force base, if expecting about forty million dollars just this year, and you know, guys we worked really hard as a BI partisan delegation in the house last year to make sure that we got this forty million appropriated four Luke air force base. And of course, now that forty million is at risk, and that's that's really concerning because this structure has to be completed by March of twenty twenty one, and that means they've got to get those dollars in the door now, and they've got gotta start rowing this in order for us to be ready for additional squadron of f thirty five pilots by that that pot of money is now at risk because of this national emergency. So we're concerned about that. Are you are you are you also concerned about interdiction programs on the border at the ports of entry may be affected. That's what I'm most concerned taking money, then they're gonna take money from the interdiction park. And that we may not have as affective as we could at ports of entry and other places to make sure that the drugs don't come across. If that what you're saying is really really important because those of us who live in border states and border communities. No doubt making sure that you have situational and operational control. The border isn't jumped about building barriers barriers are a part of it. But you gotta have staffing and technology. So that you can do the interdiction efforts that recent sentinel best that happens in Nogales that was due to the hard work of our agents on the technology. They have if you start removing funds from those pots of money, then you're actually reducing your ability to stop the greatest and most dangerous flow of illicit goods. Which is drug trafficking through our ports of entry. And you guys know this that the trafficking of people continues to happen largely in Arizona. Through more dangerous terrain, but it's the seem really dangerous gangs like sina Loa and others rank or trafficking both drugs and people into the country often taking advantage of these individuals and forcing them to actors drug meals. So we cannot reduce the funding. We absolutely cannot reduce the funding for these interdiction efforts that involves the person power and technology Senator Kirsten cinema is with us. So you got your first Senate Bill the legion act and it aims to give all veterans access to the American Legion. Can you tell everybody why that's important? What does the American Legion? Do that kind of thing. Absolutely. I'm really proud of this legislation. We introduce it last week. And it basically allows veterans who didn't serve in direct battle during direct wars to have an opportunity to join.

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"luke air" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"luke air" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Hi, Pat, you're on ground zero. Hey, doing home when that incident happened with the two thousand in one incident, I believe it was in two thousand one mill stat Lebanon Highland, and then following this aircraft over Luke air force base. Then it disappeared. Right. And came the police came by a house, and we turned on the weather's scanner radio in we heard down following the whole thing all the way. And they thought it was going to go to Scott, and they had spotlight's on it. They said it wasn't making no noise. They couldn't the guys have like three different departments chasing this thing. And it was it was hovering right over. And then all of a sudden it just took off right up in here. Right. And one officer said that the I talked with the officers directly. In fact, one of the officers took a photograph of it. But the problem was it was too cold. He said to get a decent shot, but you can see that it had lights on it. And you can see. That it was triangular a lot thicker than I thought it would be because it looked like a flying apartment building except it was triangular. It was weird. Hey, couldn't believe how big it was. And they were they were talking on the real life. I never seen anything like this. You know, you heard him talking to hope because we we we didn't know what was going on is they they all came. I buy a house. So we turn on a scanner. And listen to it. You know, we're talking about the whole way what part of Illinois. Do you live in? I don't really want to say 'cause I told a guy my phone calls have already caused problems. And I think I'm starting to calls again. And I think that's why they waited a post office in New Mexico. Why would you think that you are involved with that? My father told me everything about what he did. And they kind of hit me with them and the FBI and one of your father. What are your father? Do he worked for the government law enforcement? He may delivery. He worked at an airbase in Zada classified base that air base area. Fifty one to one guy show when I told them everything that was on there. He said that's where he thinks he worked at I didn't realize I got security passes security clearance parts, so you so your dad may have worked at area fifty one. Or at least ask for told me a lot about what was there? So I used to not believe in UFO's. But when he told me about what was that. He was in charge of security for the testing of the stealth fighters and bombers, wow. And you also want aware of the U F over mill stat high when Lebanon right about that too. Yeah. That's the one that was by my by our house. Wow. Wow. Yeah. It went right over in the depleting. I bought it up to him. Yes. What they may be flying out there, it could it could have been tested. I don't know. But you brought us stuff recently. We're not far from Scott. My wife used to go to Scott all the time. 'cause she from Noah Terry as well as me. Amines, and we didn't have an balloons in the sky explosions, and we're like what the heck is going on a lot of booms report.

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"luke air" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"luke air" Discussed on WTVN

"Net dot com and back to the phones we go with Douglas in Yuma. Arizona there Douglas, high Kim let you and thank you for all the help that you give us out here. We don't necessarily call you and let you know that you are very helpful to us. I have a brand new computer. It's a halo Packer pavilion. And I do income taxes. I shut in. Wow. And what I need to do be able to take my computer to their house. Or the residents were their stay and do their income taxes. Now, a lot of these places do not have hot spot, and they don't have modems. No internet access, but I need to put something on. My computer has an external something to get on the internet because turbotax requires you to do in order to file electronically, the income tax return. I need to have something on my computer. And I don't know what to do. Well, you've come to the right place. Douglas, okay. All right. So a couple of things you can do is you can carry around this pavilion laptop, right? Take it over what a great service, you're doing. Thank you for doing that for a lot of folks, you know, that they can't get out that you're going to them to do their taxes. That's that's a pretty big service. Then when you get there is that, of course, you have a phone, right? Telephone or cellphone smartphone. Right. And so with your smartphone is that you can create your own hotspot off of that. And so essentially what you're gonna do is your your laptop is going to connect to your smartphone. And then that's how you're going to get out on the internet, right? Okay. Does that make sense? Okay. And then keep in mind that you want to make sure that you have a really good password. And and also watch your data usage because if you are not an unlimited data plan, which I know it's not really unlimited. It's unlimited to a certain point. And then they start throttling. You back if you start using a lot of your data that you might find these overage charges. So once you do set this up make sure that you are also setting up with your carrier that as you get say within maybe ten gigabits left or five whatever may be is that you're going to get a notification? And then after you get that notification, then you know, you might have scaled back or you can pony up some more money. So that this way you can keep doing the taxes and thank you for your call. Thank you also for your kind words done this. I do appreciate hearing that all of us do here at the show. We always love to hear a thank you and merry Christmas. To you Julie in San Antonio, Texas, either Julie. There. How are you? I'm good. What's going on? Well, we have a middle schooler who thinks she wants a laptop. But she's twelve. I like the way you say that she's twelve. Okay. So we all would have wanted wanted twelve oaks her my husband, and I have we have an imac in the house. That's probably eleven ten or eleven years old. So we are apple and a house. So we didn't want to just jump running dinner matchbook era. College son has a mess. Luke air says she thinks she wants that. But she does Google docs, school, Google, docs. So when you're kind of drawn towards the idea of the Chromebook has kind of a stepping stone..

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"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Watch. Generate kind of power nuclear I love. Classes. Continue our conversation about our tour at the Palo Verde nuclear power plant. We have our office manager Jin GRA in with us talking about our experience out there. I don't know about you. But the whole time I felt this industry feels a lot like air travel. Yeah. It was funny that I mean, there was an acronym for everything you did. I mean as you're going along, it was, you know, RCA see as. Sardis EPZ's. USA? Yeah. You'd have to spend, you know, do a whole semester of schooling just to learn the acronyms. But yeah, I've just the there were just buttons and knobs where everything everywhere, and it was cast into the belly of the beast had this big steel door. Like, you feel like you're walking into a shell getting ready to take off you go into the control center at the end of the tour where they monitor all the systems that felt like an air traffic control room. We got a tour a couple years ago out and got to go up in the tower at Luke air force base this setup and the controls and all felt very similar. Yeah. Having gone through the air traffic management degree program at ASU. I mean, I agree. It does it felt like that. It felt like going through the sitting there the simulators. There's just there's a lot going on they simulated a bad scenario forest. So we could hear what the alarm system sounds like. And as it continues to elevate the alarms increase in. We've got an audience. A recording of that will play. You know, the.

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"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Morning. It's five o'clock. You're listening. Arizona's morning news. Good morning. It is by the way, unless you're southbound on the ice seventeen right around northern that's closed while details on that coming up. But first the president is giving the green light for soldiers to possibly take violent measures at the border, some people call it, an invasion. It's like an invasion. It is our top story. And here's Jamie, west KTAR is on immigration. President Trump has told the military if illegal immigrants attacked them with rocks. They can use their weapons to fire back the explanation live from KTAR Jim cross dreamy. President Trump says he plans to crack down on immigrants and asylum-seekers crossing the border by law. The troops only supposed to provide logistical support for the border patrol. But the president said troops could fire back self-defensive any of the migrants. Throw rocks at them again at the border. They wanna throw rocks at our military. Our military fights back. We're gonna considered I tell them considered a rifle. Meanwhile, the president says he plans to sign an order next week that could lead to large-scale detention of migraine. That's crossing the southern border and bar anyone caught crossing illegally from claiming asylum. Live the news center, Jim cross KTAR news. Meanwhile, about those troops heading to Arizona's border governor Ducey says he's getting some information about US troops coming here. Details were not finalized. We're talking with the White House in Luke air force base in Davis Mountain on a daily basis as I have details. We'll share them with you. Do see would not say we're troops are going or what they will be doing on the border after the White House announced the fifteen thousand troops would be dispatched to the border region. As a migrant caravan continues moving through Mexico, Mark Carlson, KTAR.

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"luke air" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"luke air" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Forty five eastern. Here's a look at what's passing for news around the country around the world around the tri-state from Luke air force base near Zona last night. President Trump said Saudi Arabia's announcement that suspects are in custody in the death of columnists Jamal Khashoggi a good first step. So they would work with congress on a US response. Meanwhile, for their part Amnesty International says, the impartiality of a Saudi investigation into the killing would remain in question after thirties in the kingdom said the journalist died after a fight in the consulate there in Istanbul. Turkey on the subject of immigration, President Trump on the stump. With a well, at least, some some fiery speech at another campaign rally. Talking about immigration and building the wall and possibly sending US military troops to defend our border. If need be. The Alaska governor will not be running for reelection Bill. Walker suddenly. Said. This was after Lieutenant governor resigned over what Walker described his inappropriate overtures toward a woman. He was making this Alaska federation of natives conference in Anchorage. And he was met with cast and cries of no from the audience. He said there's no way he can win. He's an independent against former Republican state Senator, Mike Dunleavy and democrat former US Senator Mark beg. He said Alaskans deserve a competitive race. And he he went a little bit further here. He said. Alaskans deserve a choice other than Mike Dunleavy. That's way to bail out. Still no announcement from the mega millions lottery. Office. The numbers that could win an estimated one billion dollars were announced. I'll go ahead and check mine. I know I didn't win the numbers are if you've not heard fifteen twenty three while had one of them fifty three sixty five seventy the mega ball seven. No one has yet come forward. Lottery officials have not announced if they had a winning drawl or not the cash option if you chose to take it most people do. After taxes would be five hundred sixty five million dollars. If there is no winner from last night's drawing. Tuesdays will be worth an estimated one point six billion dollars. A not. Ohioans sometime in the next few months. We'll be able to buy and use marijuana products to treat nearly two dozen medical conditions after obtaining a recommendation from a doctor. State officials say they don't expect dispensaries to be fully stocked when they first open. Plant material e buds will be available in limited supply initially lotions the edibles the oils won't hit dispensary shelves until sometime later. This has been one of the most screwed up rollouts. In the nation when it comes to marijuana medical marijuana. In ohio. And a woman from the zanesville area. Who's one month old daughter died is fix last year has been charged with the murder in the death of her one month old was left in the car on a ninety degree day. Twenty-seven-year-old? Samantha Donohoe zanesville also faces felonious assault. Involuntary manslaughter and child endangering charges. She was arrested last Monday. And police searching for a suspect. You sell a sixteen year old in the leg downtown Cincinnati. The inquirer reporting. The teen was hospitalized yesterday morning for injuries not considered to be life threatening. And the team knows who shot him according to police. They're looking. And state officials say the number of people working non-farm jobs. No, high oh, hit an all time high last month with more than five point six million people employed. The department of job and family services said Ohio added jobs at a one point nine percent rate from September twenty seventeen to September twenty eighteen higher than the US rate of one point seven percent for the same period. And this is always fun. Cleveland officials have announced a gun buyback program that will offer citizens gas or food gift cards in exchange for operable handguns semi automatic weapons. See how that turns out see if that actually reduces gun violence in Cleveland. And in Kentucky state police Commissioner RIC Sanders says he's certain that lives were saved when a thirty s arrested the heavily armed manic used with threatening schools in two counties in the bluegrass. State police said they found the suspect twenty year old Dylan Gerald, possessing a detailed plan of attack along with a gun more than two hundred rounds a bulletproof vest and a one hundred pound high capacity magazine, he thankfully is in custody. But ten minutes away at the top of the hour and. Look who's hanging on the line. Our good, buddy. Dick, next on seven hundred wwl.

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"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Continuing coverage of President Trump in Zona with MAC and Gaydos. Arizona's news station. KTAR news ninety two three FM. An hour and some change and you're going to hear the president of the United States speak from Mesa six thirty right here on KTAR. I'm seeing a great picture here. Mack of the president and Martha mcsally in front of missiles while they are Luke air force. I would expect them to we've got Trump examining bombs inside a hangar at Luke air force base out from what we understand check out the hardware. Nothing wrong with. No, not at all. He got. He got in the cockpit apparently of the actual plane now that I need to see a picture that I would like to see Michael Dukakis moment right there. That could be used in next election against them. You know, why Trump getting into the cockpit of a plane because Trump gets away with a whole lot of stuff. And that's not going to be something that's down talk about the danger zone. You see what I did? There was yet top top gun. I know being remade. Let's go out to Mesa joining us. Now live KTAR news reporter, Ali vetnar. All right Allie. You've been hanging out with Trump supporters. Tell me where you are. And what you see? Right now inside the hangar speech right now. They're actually just about to start tonight off with a prayer right now, I'm pretty much on the tarmac outside of the hangar. Nothing but dumpster, or I guess garbage trucks and semi trucks blocking off security, and again, they're praying behind me if you can hear that. But there's nothing, but right, white and blue in here. A giant American flag huge banners to play. And everybody just got handed make-america-great-again side. Sorry veteran support some things of that nature alley earlier today, we talked to you, and you were outside of the hanger, and there's so many people around and they were wearing some interesting stuff. Can you explain some of the I guess I don't know the hawk couture walk out of the ground. I was pretty unique. Or unique outfit everywhere. You look. I spoke to a woman from Southfield who had a pretty tight striped on that make America great again that she apparently bought online. She said she would looking for America America, great again hat, but she simply costs address is. I it was the most beautiful thing. She told me she bought it six months ago, and that she couldn't find it eventually where to and she was like, I gotta go to this is where the stress and she smiling ear to ear and was professing her love about Trump and how much she she has such a Royal. You can have her address with your knees. I saw wearing a shirt that said CNN steak new things like that. We saw the man in the twin trikes shirtless. What's wrong? Swimtrunks look like they were the American flag. Oh, okay. Okay. Yeah. E veterans out at the Mesa gateway airport like Apollo creed. You know, block boxing shorts kind of right? Didn't have the body like Apollo creed. That's exactly right. It's gonna go. Allie probably the boxing shorts and that was the only resemblance to Apollo creed. The dress that this woman war. It was almost like a sash. It goes from one shoulder down across, you know, her stomach down to the opposite side of her hip make America great again. But it is amazing alley you're saying to that people were outside waiting to get in. And it was like some kind of weird reunion. Nobody knows each other. But they're all here to see one man and the crowd, you said was like excited, and they're you know, they're all getting to know each other. Well, now, it's inside what is the crowd like inside. And is it packed? Anybody else allowed in you know, it's only right now, I can't. The end of the people. But I I if you can hear it they're doing the pike allegiance right now. It looks like yell side in the parking lot is also an extended the people like there's no way that we could be letting any more people in the parking lot. And I know the overflow parking already messy and were hearing traffic. I mean, obviously. Masks over here. There's so many people. Hey allie. Did you did you see there were a few African Americans who were there, and they were wearing like t shirts, and they say their group is called blacks for Trump. Yeah. I did see them earlier. They were. I would be ten fifteen people. They have white shirts on that set blocks for Trump, and you were kind of going up and down the line up people eating ticket in security chanting black for Trump's USA things like that. And people were hearing them on closer to entrance. I saw them taking photos with police officers, and they were happy we take up on fourth day. We love our first responders things like that. And I don't really think there's really out of the kinda quotas with them. All right Allie from what we understand. It's very hot inside the hangar. So make sure you stay cool. And we'll talk to you later. Okay. All right, calculator, guys. Pause. Somebody on Twitter said there's been a call for an ambulance. There's that's happened all day. Exactly. There's it's hot inside the hangar. Now. There's no breeze. Yeah. So I mean, people are going to they're going to be cramps. It's going to be tight. They're waiting for the president at six thirty. He's at Luke air force base. Now, he's introduced Martha mcsally Luke air force base as at a round table and has introduced Martha mcsally and says, she has a very very strange opponent is that's right. That's the quote, I see on Twitter. So that's what shot fired. I guess a very very strange Apollo opponent. Right. Okay. Well, this should be good. All right. So Trump in Phoenix Mesa. Really? That's where he's going to speak tonight. It's at six thirty all right trumping in town, trying to help Mick Sally is that going to move the needle for mcsally. Or if you're an independent. And you're watching this and already a snide comment from Trump towards cinema. If you're an independent is that kind of push you towards cure cinema next. After you used. Ninety three. They sound like friends it's not in this necessary. Just co workers like friends and a good team put together quick stories gives me something if I want to later on research.

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"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Gateway airport in Mesa here. It live on KTAR last night's rally offered a taste of what's ahead tonight. When the president blamed Democrats for what he called the illegal immigration onslaught at the border. They also figure everybody coming in vote democrat and ahead of the Mesa rally. The president will visit Luke air force base this afternoon. We'll spend the night in the valley before air force. One takes them to Elkin Nevada tomorrow in Scottsdale. Jim cross KTAR news Zona votes in Arizona. Republican up for re election will be in the spotlight at tonight's rally with President Trump in Mesa KTAR's, Jeremy foster joins us live then Bob congressman Andy Biggs told Arizona's morning news today. He'll focus on the positives of the Trump administration. When he gets the Mike tonight. We're basically at full employment for the first time in fifty years. The tax plan the redirect relation. Why we need to keep Republicans in office. Biggs also hopeful the president's visit tonight, we'll seal the deal for Martha mcsally and Jerez with Kirsten cinema for Arizona's soon to open Senate seat live in the news center. Jeremy foster KTAR news Arizona's votes, Republican strategist and president of higher ground consultants. Chuck Coughlin says he's not surprised that the race between Senate candidates, Martha mcsally and Kirstin cinema is so close there's a bigger portion of the electorate that's unaffiliated right now that doesn't tend to associate with either party. And then you have Republican women they think through their ballots conflict tells KTAR Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes that we're going through an electorate change with a shifting demographic. Some people have been calling for this to happen after last night's embarrassing forty five to ten loss to the Denver Broncos. And now it has the cardinals have fired offensive coordinator, Mike McCoy quarterbacks coach Byron left, which will take McCoy. Place now for a check on traffic. Here's Dani Sullivan live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, your freeways, look, pretty good. So let's head onto your surface streets because you do have a different area of construction going on right now and do that southern is closed between Meridian and Delaware. You can stick with baseline or Broadway as an alternate. Now. You also have a new accident on southern it's just west of Stapley involving a pedestrian and a.

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"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Jamie west with three things you need to know right now at ten month old baby boy remains in critical condition after being pulled from a pool in Buckeye yesterday afternoon. It happened at a home near Miller and southern the death toll from hurricane Michael has climbed to at least twenty six including sixteen in Florida. One person remains missing and hard hit Mexico beach valley. Police gearing up for President Trump's visit to Mesa and to Luke air force base later this week here. What miracle the county? Sheriff Paul Penzone says about the security measures when KTAR Jim cross joins us at five thirty. You're never more than fifteen minutes away. From today's top stories on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. KTAR in-depth. Wow. That story that you had it near the top of the hour. Here we had about this Murphy elementary school district where kids it appears may have been exposed to black mold in all four of the schools in that district and also wants school. A couple of kids have been bitten by rats. Unbelievable. So this this guy, Ryan Anderson. We don't want to blame him. We don't wanna get mad at him. And we don't want to get mad at at who he represents which is the receiver of the Murphy elementary school district. So there are third party that stepped in after the school district was taken over by the state board of education for you know, for really financial reasons. Okay. And then this this Simon consulting which stepped in found that there's some problems, and it's all came out in a report that just came out a few days ago. Here is Ryan Anderson who is the attorney for this Simon consulting the receiver not not the school district themselves. Okay. The ones that let things get this bad the staff disclosed in a meeting in July twenty eighteen that there was a mold concern. And so the receiver immediately approved testing for the classrooms. And and we'll be doing. Awaiting essentially, remediate or a report so all four although schools in the district, they found at least staff reported, they what they believed to have been black mole. But I think the really scary one is that maybe a couple of kids were bitten at these schools by rats. Once again, Ryan Anderson who is the attorney for the receiver of the Murphy elementary school district to an incident that occurred a year before the receivership. Which is where they may have been bitten by rodents that were at the school, again if that into that that information was communicated to the receiver upon his appointment in early July of twenty. All right. So. So when they say rodents, by the way in this this talk, I get it when they say rodents. I don't think they're referring to like the little class hamster, Jamie. I don't think they're referring to the little gerbils over there. You know? This is rodents that were roaming the school freely as in our ATS rats. Well, and you know, I get these school districts are the really are the smallest form of government that we have right? I mean, these these are these the school board that gets elected there. I would say HOA's, but HOA's are you know, they're regulated. But they're not actually a governmental agency. That's true. You know? So so this to me, and they could lift something like this. You know? So in other words, yours close to your constituents as you could possibly be. I mean, you you maybe your even your own kids go to these schools if you're sit on on the school board. How can you let things get this bad? This is this is a mom who has five kids enrolled in the district. Rod Reta chambers is her name talking to our ABC fifteen television partner. I want them to have better accommodations if I'm sending them to school every day on my part in. I would want the district to do their part. Yeah. You soon. They're getting your tax dollars that they're spending that money, right? Wow. So I don't know maybe the maybe the teachers in that school district are going to get the raise. It's the most teachers are supposed to beginning because they're going to have to do it. They're going to use that money to deal with black mold and rats, by the way, they said the receiver, by the way already brought in pest control..

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"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"luke air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Anyone embarrassed? One giant step to the right separate from everything else. They came from sly. You are now. The middle. This is the Chad Benson show honor to be here with you tonight. And Martha it's good to see you. We're going to have a good conversation tonight on the issues that matter most to Arizona families rising healthcare costs protecting Medicare and social security and keeping our country safe and secure, but there'll be some differences that you'll see clear in this evening. I've been laser focused on the issues that matter most to Arizona families in everyday Arizona's while Martha has chosen to run a campaign based on nasty smears and false attacks. And I expect you'll see more of that this evening, but Arizona's snow that I've never been afraid to stand alone to do. What's right? And I'll always work with anyone to get phased on Arizona's, and that's the approach I've taken in the United States Congress. Here's cinema right there as she opens everything up, and and the debate is going on right now who's going to get Jeff flake seat. And it's very interesting. You have all the polar opposites here and the polar opposites the way the campaigns have been run first of all. Oh, yeah. It has been very negative MC Sally's come out, and she is hit hard. And she's at negative the other side of it. You've got to cure similar. That's largely ignored a lot of that stuff and kind of run her own thing. But there's times I think she could have answered back. She'd have to be negative. But I think she could have answered back. It's nice. They're real chance to sit down and to look and to here. Which one is going to do for the voters of Arizona for all Arizonans the best. They possibly can make Sally, of course, is is Mick sallied. She's gonna do her thing. You kind of know what you get with her. Now serving in congress, and I've been leading on the issues of supporting our military securing the border and providing more economic opportunity for people and I've been consistently doing that both serving in congress and now running for the Senate. My record is clear, and it's consistent. Unlike my opponent, unlike her opponent, and this is one of the things that big things that they've talked about when it comes to to cinema is what who was she she was this hippie, liberal, communist and socialist than all of these things you got the pink to do and everything. And now all of a sudden now she's running kind of this moderate democrat over the years. I'm proud to say that I have taken the time to learn and grow, and occasionally even changed my opinion, when I served in the US congress for my first several terms with congressman salmon, and I worked together on a variety of issues, including keeping our country safe and growing businesses in Arizona and protecting trade. So over time, I think it makes sense for individuals who are willing to learn. To grow the difference. I think between Martha's approach and my approach is that Martha opposed many of these issues before running for Senate, and then changed her mind very quickly. I've been serving for many years in the United States Congress and before that in the legislature and have over time been able to grow and become better at my job serving Arizonans and folks now in Arizona always put their interests, I never party. So and that I like to hear stuff like that. I mean to me that sounds great. You're gonna put the interest. I, you know, I'm a big people over party kind of person which both sides of the aisle. I think many times fail. And you know, again when I see ads I mean, I'm inundated twenty four seven with ads. If it's not on the radio, right? It's on television. It's on pop ups. It's everything and you get frustrated because you get the negativity. I want to know what you're can do for us. I want to know how you're going to work for us. And I've said this about MC Sally. I don't want it to be. I'm just going to do whatever the president's doing. I'm gonna follow that. Because of the Republican led Senate and the house working with this president. We really see more opportunity for people in Arizona, and I'm gonna keep working with him. In fact, I'm going to host him at Luke air force base on Friday the base that cares. And cinema wanted to advocated to shut down our shoes I running for office. This is really important, and I'm gonna keep working with it. When I'm in the Senate, and to me, that's great. I want you to work with the president. And if cinema ends up winning I want her to try to work with the president as well. I mean, I don't you know in this day and age with the with the the fact that we are completely polar opposites when it comes to our. Political world in our tribal isn't so great that reaching across the aisle, unless it is something like what's taking place in Turkey where you've got both sides. They I'll upset and angry over the the death of the journalists. The fact is is I don't know how much she will work with it. If cinema ones, but she's going to resist. I'm sure in a lot of ways in saying that I also want to know what you're going to do for zone. But also wants to know what what are you about? Right. What are you about? How will you volved? What are you going to do and both sides of run some negative ads? But make Sally is definitely been in the lead. And when she talks about the, you know, the closing of Luke air force base. And all this stuff. I've seen the postcard. Right. And I know that makes Sally didn't have anything to do with the post guard, but the postcard of Phoenix blowing up because of a mushroom bomb. If you if you go, and you vote cinema, and that was like really, wow, that's a step right there. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet out a lot of stuff still to get to tonight as they battle it out. Casper is an amazing mattress. I have one have been sleeping on it for a long time. If you first of all how you go to bed you're going to spend six eight ten hours on your casper on any mattress and in doing. So that's a long time when you break it down day after day. Why would you wanna be on a mattress? That's awful. All right. Casper is incredible thing. I love about it. First of all, it's a no brainer. Once you try it. It is amazing the sleeping cool to me is the most important thing. But my body feels absolutely amazing for the years that I played sports, and I put myself getting beat up over and over again trust me, I love it, especially with my back. So what are you waiting for? Don't look at all of the the imitators out there. Casper's what you want and they've got this..

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Trump camp files arbitration against Omarosa for alleged NDA breach

Dave Ramsey

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Trump camp files arbitration against Omarosa for alleged NDA breach

"The investigation is being led by officers from the counter Terrorism, command this is really important because this guy doesn't appear to be on any intelligence radars he doesn't appear to be known to thorns so they, appear to be treating it as, a terror attack mostly because of the method used because of, the attack not the Intel necessarily surrounding this guy that's ABC's Mollie hunter President Trump's campaign has filed for,

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Man returns home to Romania to find he's been declared dead

Mac and Gaydos

02:18 min | 2 years ago

Man returns home to Romania to find he's been declared dead

"Restraint luke air force base in glendale is opening up its doors to the public the loop dais airshow is this weekend you can expect military and civilian air act including the us navy blue angels as our headliner rebecca hi c with luke air force base says the blue angels are the navy's premier aerial demonstration team it performs at airshows around the world she says the tora tora tora demonstration will be another crowd favorites they do reenactments of the attacks on pearl harbor as well as some of the opposing battles fought by american fighters the two day event it's free and it starts tomorrow result us tino ktar news sixty three year old constantine really you is not asami but he is officially the walking dead a romanian court has rejected really claim that he's alive after he was officially registered as deceased really went to turkey for work and lost contact with his family in romania was wife had him declared dead two years ago after he resurfaced too late romanian court said he appealed to late and he's dead and that's a big problem for review who points out he has no income and 'cause he's listed as dead he can't get a job let's check on the traffic in the weather we'll start off with detour dan in the ktar traffic center thank you becky lynn here we go again on a friday afternoon and it looks like renewing it with a little bit of stumbling action but only two items in particular we got a carbon on the off ramp on the loop one one northbound at the thomas exit ramp at where it's going to be an egg you're gonna want to exit at indian school but it's going to be the northbound thomas exit you're not going to be able to use this until further notice it's closed until further notice due to this vehicle fire also a stalled vehicle fifty one southbound at mcdowell this is off right not blocking and then the other snags servicerelated crashes at twenty fourth street and just south of lincoln arizona avenue chandler heights forty three rd avenue at cactus and also scottsdale road a drink water this traffic report brought to you by p g p px g scottsdale is a golfer's paradise visit them at fifteen sixteen or eighty third way too shop there apparel or call eight four four.

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"luke air" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"luke air" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Listen to your heart don't let it quit on you doing the minimum to control your high blood pressure isn't doing enough high blood pressure can lead to a stroke heart attack or death get your blood pressure to a healthy range before it's too late find out how at heartorgbloodpressure check change control a message from the american heart association the american stroke association and the ad council okay what's the dust way to eat the basket meals at first is big boy with your hands a chopsticks luke airs if basket simon worth throw in the rules out the window within reason of course try spicy buffalo by thorpe popcorn shrimp both with crinkle fries or frisch is fish and chips with tartar sauce mmhmm all served with a drink for just 699 each yeah bring on the baskets limited time only a participating persons news weather and traffic for january eighteen twenty 18 newsradio 700 wlw sense and that the house today passing a plan to avoid a government shutdown tomorrow night this is continuing coverage for newsradio 700 wlw with the 1030 report i'm rob carpenter some movement toward keeping the federal government open august thirty one ninety seven the most scott jackson buzzer reconsiders led by the title the house of representatives passing a one month plan to keep the government running past tomorrow night bully eleven republicans voted against the stopgap measure while six democrats ended up voting in favour of it the bill now heads to the senate where its prospects are dwindling democrats claim they have enough opposition secured to shut down the government friday evening abc's jim.

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