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"mark moran" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"mark moran" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Wants Fairfax County schools to open up or stop vaccinating teachers at 7 35 Mark Moran, a publisher of climate depot dot com. We're going to talk about the biases, climate agenda and what that could mean for your wallet at 805 Rust vote, the president of the Center for American Restoration, is launching a new maggot think tank and activist group. We'll find out what he hopes to accomplish with that. 30 35, Steve, not from the Fairfax County Republican Committee. We're gonna find out of Fairfax County is going full on sanctuary. What That means for the rest of Virginia because you know they're not allowed to cross the county lines. You know, they just stay in the county. So if you're not in Fairfax, you're fine. I'm Mary Walter with Vince colonies. Yeah. Opens up all sorts of questions. How did they get here? Them This is ah. Ah, Crazy time you met, you know, for the last year, we've We've known pretty well already that students do not transmit the coronavirus that a meaningful rate and that schools are relatively safe places to be in the midst of this particular pandemic, which we thought when we found out that news that that's great news. That means we can at least get the students back to school. But then very few places control. By the government actually did that. Instead, it was the private institutions that read the science and said, OK, we'll do that. So the private schools opened up, particularly in our area. Someone have been Oh. Been open for the entire school year. Yes, You heard me correctly. If you haven't been a part of it the entire school year they've been open and without incident, or very few, for that matter, which is great. News and news that the public schools should be following in Fairfax County. You've seen some 9000 students actually leave the public schools entirely 9000 of them. This year, either moving out of the county or switching to private school and those who hold I would venture to say many thousands more are on the waiting list to get into private schools right now, while they suffer in the arrangements that Fairfax County continues to force on the students of this school district You know, I was thinking about this a conversation I had with someone last weekend who lives in Potomac, Maryland, is in Maryland and they're pulling their They've pulled their their child out of public schools. They want their kids to go school kids not doing well. And you know, with this remote learning in this situation, this hybrid mix that they have And I thought, Wow, we were talking about what a boon. This may be the thing that saves Catholic schools. It's true, right? Because Catholic schools were suffering. A lot of them were suffering. Especially some of those in the cities were suffering because they didn't have enough students, right? Yeah, they can't keep up with the demand now, but who's in school? Now? The Catholic school kids are in school. And that is exactly what they were saying that they're like we're waiting list. How did that happen for a Catholic school? You know so well has this may be what saves the Catholic schools? Did you see the video? I don't think you do because you know we're having a little conversation about it earlier. But there's this video of these teachers in Chicago. Interpretive dancing. I had all I want. I have to find this. And the Chicago Teachers Union is refusing to reopen, of course and and one, and they're saying that they want to keep the school safe. So they have a video where all of the dancing teachers in the Chicago area schools are all dancing in their own living rooms. And you know in form and making all these various moves around and doing interpretive dancing to explain that the schools should remain closed until they're clean and until and we don't want to open until they're safe, and we want to keep the students safe. We want to keep the teachers say and so they're like dancing around. It made me think boy. Has there ever been a better argument for home schooling? Has there ever been a better argument for like, You know, I don't want my kid to go back to those teachers. But maybe you maybe those schools could stay closed. When did we normalize this crazy? Wacky behavior? When did this become okay? Like. When did parents look at that and go or teachers grown adults say instead of engaging and talking about the science and why, you know and and making a cogent argument as to why we don't feel we should be back in school. I'm just going to ignore you and break into dance. Here's my answer. When did that become normal? Honey? Get the drum. It's time for a drum circle. Now watch me interpret events. Uh, By the way, they deleted that tweet Did they got it? I was just looking for we'll find it. I'll find it for you. But in the meantime um, look, the data's really clear And if if you need to go even further if you're a vowed Biden support somebody who voted for Joe Biden, you're like I love that guy. I want to keep the school's closed. We gotta keep him close. Here's what Joe Biden. CDC is now saying headline CDC finds scant spread of Corona Virus in schools with precautions in place. In a report just this week, released yesterday in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Researchers from the CDC have found this. The preponderance of available evidence from the false school semester has been reassuring, wrote three CDC researchers quote there has been little evidence that schools have contributed meaningful E T O increased community transmission. The conclusion here, says Margaret, Home nine. The lead author in this report is that with proper prevention efforts, we can keep transmission in schools and educational settings quite low. We didn't know that at the beginning of the year. That's not true. They did know that at the beginning that they knew that well earlier in the last year, but I'll take what I can get right now out of the Biden CDC and they say, but the data has really accumulated. They say that even in places with high infection rates, there is no evidence that schools will transmit the virus at rates that are any higher than those seen in the general community, she said. They can operate safely as long as precautions are employed. Those precautions, masks and social distance thing. Mm. This is I mean, how much more evidence do we need now? The Biden, CDC says it's not Robert Redfield anymore. It's not Trump's CDC demanding. This is Biden, CDC demanding it What is the White House saying about this now that they've got an agency telling him get the school's open? Where's the White House saying? Well, we'll tell you in just a moment. 5 43 Ow! Male Does anybody.

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"mark moran" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"mark moran" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Talked at some point. We're gonna move beyond procedures and personalities, silencing those with whom we disagree, and Democrats are going to attempt to enact Their agenda, and that includes the tenants of the green new deal in all their forms that includes climate change that includes the left desire to take control of manufacturing. It includes far more than that, and let's talk about why Gregory right. Stone is a geologist in the executive director of the C E. O to Coalition, his best selling author of Inconvenient Facts. The Science that Al Gore doesn't want you to know. Gregory, Let's first talk about how you got interested in this subject. Obviously, as a geologist, you're a scientist. You're a truth seeker. But how did you come to this particular public policy issue as a course of study? Yeah, that's that's a great great intro to this and it's I did not set out to write a book as a geologist, though. Knew some of what we're being told about. Climate change was just wrong. Based on my scientific data that was actually was ocean acidification, which I knew has never happened in the past, even in much higher CEO two levels. I knew that some of that was wrong. And I suspect that other things were so really this started several years ago is a search for the truth I wanted I was Told one thing. And as I started looking into it, I found that the science, the facts and the data. Just Didn't back that up. And we one thing after another. I found that we're being told that was just incorrect. And I like to let the science and the facts lead me to the correct answer. On. We just saw it time and time and time again about If it wasn't fires, tornadoes or hurricanes. What we're being told by the media just was not supported by by by the scientific facts, and that's really what led to this book and really in exposure. Of the corruption. We've seen in the scientific process, and it's born out. And exposed here in this climate, the climate change debate. Talk about the details behind that. What kind of information did you see? What kind of conclusions did you begin to draw? What were the data points upon Which you? You started developing this this conclusion. Oh, boy was it was just extorted Explorer forced fires was a great example because If you didn't actually look at the data, you would think that Fires are raging out of control and increasing year after year after year worldwide that Z just not the case and what we found and it's my eyes. I got into it. We've seen it. There's actually been a Long 100, plus year decline in both area burned. And fires number of fires and that's that's in the United States except for last year in California and bumped up a little bit, But, uh, according to the fire service in California, Even the California the number of fires had declined over the years. Just things like that Another great example. It's not great. It's it angers me, but, uh I've been example. I'm sure you your listeners of Heard about this sub supposed sixth mass extinction event that's of looming over us and that of Species going extinct, right and left, and it's an increasing and in fact, there was a U. N report at the end of 2019 that was released and that in that report This United Nations report. Put together by the United ations. Scientists reported that there may be as many as one million species go extinct over the next several decades. I looked at that. And well, that would if you're going to go a million species over several decades. You would need to have 25,000 to 30,000 species go extinct per year. Well, I went back and I asked is my want, I went back, and I actually got the same data that the U N used is called the eye you see and read list and you can Your listeners can just Google red list and they could go find that it took some work to get all the data together. Looked at the same day that the U. N looked at And I found, Remember the U. N said there would be one million species go extinct over several decades. I looked at that same data. The I'm not going to make you guess. The average remember? 55,000 species would need to go extinct per year. The average over the last 40 years is are you wait, Wait. You're ready for it. Who? Wow not 2000. Not 200. Two species going extinct per year. But know that you went tells us Oh, no, they'll be 55,000. Well, it's not even close species extinctions have been in significant decline for last 100 plus years. On. They peaked in the late 18 hundreds, so the big story should have been in this U. N report. Should not have been. Oh my God. The species extinctions is out of control, and it's getting terrible. It's terrible. The true report should have said, man we're doing are really good job. Protecting endangered species. That should have been the conclusion. Instead of what they concluded, which was just opposite. And that's just one Glaring example and in fact, They used my data. Patrick Moore. And Mike Mark Moran of both used my data one testifying, but before both the United States House and the United States Senate concerning this U N report on and use that so it's it's part of the congressional record is actually the work that I did to expose these lies. So When you look at Man made Climate change when you look at a man's contribution to the environment. Is it negligible? Is it nothing? Is it more than we'd like, But less than they say. Where would you rate that to be? Well way have had a negative. We I mean mankind has had a Negative effect on our environment, but we're getting better. I mean, no one can argue that we had polluted air. We had polluted water. We look back at the Uh, the early 20th century. Of course, there were bad things done, but what we see now is our air and our water. They're cleaner than they've been in probably hundreds of years and and it's getting better and better and better every year. In fact, you can just Google EPA pollution. If you don't believe May and you can see what they've With the P A..

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"mark moran" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"mark moran" Discussed on KTRH

"Move beyond procedures and personalities, silencing those with whom we disagree, and Democrats are going to attempt to enact Their agenda, and that includes the tenants of the green new deal in all their forms that includes climate change that includes the left desire to take control of manufacturing. It includes far more than that, and let's talk about why Gregory right. Stone is a geologist in the executive director of the C E. O to Coalition. He's a best selling author of Inconvenient Facts. The Science that Al Gore doesn't want you to know. Gregory, Let's first talk about how you got interested in this subject. Obviously, as a geologist, you're a scientist. You're a truth seeker. But how did you come to this particular public policy issue as a course of study? Yeah, that's that's a great great intro to this and it's I did not set out to write a book as a geologist, though. Knew some of what we're being told about. Climate change was just wrong. Based on my scientific data that was actually was ocean acidification, which I knew has never happened in the past, even in much higher CEO two levels. I knew that some of that was wrong. And I suspect that other things were so really this started several years ago is a search for the truth I wanted I was Told one thing. And as I started looking into it, I found that the science, the facts and the data. Just Get back that up, and we one thing after another. I found that we're being told that was just incorrect. And I like to let the science and the facts lead me to the correct answer. On. We just saw it time and time and time again about if it wasn't fires, tornadoes or hurricanes what we're being told by the media. Just was not supported by by by the scientific facts, and that's really what led to this book on drilling exposure. Of the corruption. That we've seen in the scientific process, and it's born out. And exposed here in this climate, the climate change debate. Talk about the details behind that. What kind of information did you see What kind of conclusions did you begin to draw? What were the data points? Upon which you you started developing this this conclusion. Oh, boy was it was just extorted Explorer forest fires was a great example because If you didn't actually look at the data, you would think that Fires are raging out of control and increasing year after year after year worldwide. That's that's just not the case and what we found and his II's I got into it. We've seen there's actually been a Long 100, plus year decline in both area burned. And fires number of fires, and that's that's in the United States except for like, last year in California and bumped up a little bit, But, uh, according to the fire service in California, Even the California the number of fires had declined over the years. Just things like that Another great example. It's not great. It's it Angers May, but, uh example. I'm sure you and your listeners of Heard about this sub supposed sixth mass extinction event that's of looming over us and that of Species going extinct, right and left and it's an increasing and in fact, there was a U. N report at the end of 2019 that was released and that in that report this United Nations report Put together by the United Nations, Scientists reported that there may be as many as one million species go extinct over the next several decades. I looked at that. And well, that would. If you're going to go a million species over several decades, you would need to have 25,000 to 30,000 species go extinct per year. Well, I went back and I, as is my want. I went back, and I actually got the same data that the U N used is called the eye you see and read list and you can your listeners can just Google red list and they could go find that Took some work to get all the data together. I looked at the same day that the U. N looked at And I found, Remember the U. N said there would be one million species go extinct over several decades. I looked at that same data. The I'm not going to make you guess the average remember? 55,000 species would need to go extinct for year. The average over the last 40 years is all right. Wait, wait. You're ready for it. To Wow, not 2000. Not 200. Two species going extinct per year. But no, you went calls us all know they'll be 55,000. Well, it's not even close species extinctions have been in significant decline for last 100 plus years. They peaked in the late 18 hundreds, so the big story should have been in this U. N report. Would not have been. Oh my God. The species extinctions is out of control, and it's getting terrible. It's terrible. The true report should have said, man we're doing are really good job. Protecting endangered species. That should have been the conclusion. Instead of what they concluded, which was just opposite. And that's just one Glaring example and in fact, They used my data. Patrick Moore. And, like Mark Moran of both used my data one testifying, but before both the United States House and the United States Senate concerning this U N report on use that so it Z. Part of the congressional record is actually the work that I did to expose these lies. So When you look at Man made Climate change when you look at a man's contribution to the environment. Is it negligible? Is it nothing? Is it more than we'd like, But less than they say. Where would you rate that to be way have had a negative We I mean mankind has had a Negative effect on our environment, but we're getting better. I mean, no one can argue that we had polluted air. We had polluted water. If we look back at the Uh, the early 20th century. Of course, there were bad things done. But what we see now is our air and our water. They're cleaner than they've been in probably hundreds of years and van is getting better and better and better every year. In fact, you can just Google EPA pollution. If you don't believe me, and you can see what they With the E P A has to say about that in the P A..

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"mark moran" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"mark moran" Discussed on KGO 810

"It's either direct financial payment in the case of people like Mark Moran, who was by the way Years ago and a to senator him off right in the United States Senate. But more often it is tribal. There has been a belief in the United States and only in the United States. Really that climate change is somehow political and the right wing push this argument beginning back when Al Gore was first writing about climate change, and they said, Oh, you know, he's a Democrat. This is all about politics. Well, you know, that's not the case, but Many, many people on the right wing feel a tribal identity to that, so they're not going to listen to your rational arguments. It just doesn't work like that. And, of course, their tribal identities around climate. Are reinforced strongly by the media sources that they listen to Fox News and Rush Limbaugh. And, of course, President Trump. Well, I guess seeing or talking to Martin hurts card again, and environmental correspondent for the Nation. The thing that that I think about that, though, is it ultimately getting us away from non renewables has possibilities for For private business for I mean, Exxon is invested heavily now and non renewable energy sources. They seen the writing on the wall. I mean, for Republicans of her people that are slow to come around if they can't understand life and death. Maybe we can understand they can understand bankruptcy. That they have to invest in this in the future. I mean, that's one of the reasons why I don't want to just leave them behind because they have all the money. Right, And they're the ones that we're going to need to change the dynamic at least the business. You know, I would not go quite that far. Actually the business class and the financial class in the United States and especially internationally, his way out ahead of the Of the dinosaurs in the Republican Party. You look at the biggest money manager in the world of Black Rock. They have now said months ago that we need to get out of carbon. We're going to be advising our clients to get out of carbon. Because that is, you know, Dead end business. The smart money is already moving. And you see this not just on and on Wall Street but especially overseas. So I think that the business class is way ahead of that, and that eventually that message will get across to the Republican Party. But in the meantime, I don't think the Republican Party wants to hear and they're gonna have to get their bottom spanked at the on election day before they finally wake up. Kind of like one of those. When the people lead the leaders will follow. Kind of moment. I'm Mark has great stuff, man. Thank you so much again. Your piece in the nation is great People confined to go to the nation dot com. Stay well and let's all came. Move pushing this rock forward. Okay, thanks so much. Thanks for having us. Right up. You know, it's interesting when you look at some of these publications and what they're trying to do. The nation was one of the first publications that come out and support of Bernie Sanders. But they also knew that you can't do anything without power and so and a lot of like a lot of people like when Biden last night But I'm not last night went by non Tuesday night, pushed back about the green the new green deal and said, No, I have my own plan. There wasn't expected pushback from the left, and I know a lot of these guys, my son and two mothers or part of these groups. I'm familiar with some of these super PACs, and I know some of the people there. And they I mean, they're so angry. Where we are and with this climate crisis I don't know when I talked to people, and I try to explain to them about you know just how the carbon has doubled. Yes, since the industrial Revolution and if the permafrost melts at the North Pole A triple. We could go to from 415 parts per million to 1200 parts per million. We don't know. But that that kind of damage might be irreversible. I mean, this is really, really important, right coming up. S so how did how did the performance effect not just trump. But the way Republicans look at Trump will get all that coming.

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"mark moran" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"mark moran" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"He had been Longoria that he once was, obviously And I think even agree with that on you sort of Because we didn't see it here. You sort of forget just how electric and incredible he wants. With the raid where it all started three times where you know he really was that franchise for a while, and it was a nice moment. But after the game like Yeah, I knew it was coming. And I knew Ah, I knew 300 here, but Didn't mean a whole lot to him just because it's a number and he tries not to go by numbers, but it did mean a lot to his life who had kept bothering him about it because she likes round numbers. That was a nice moment for Mrs Langella. At least I think it's just cool that we get way. Just another guy number 300 uniforms that they put out on NBC sports area yesterday with all the players that have done it, and there's just so much history in San Francisco's Marco saying Longoria's a legend and he's a guy who made it all the same boat. You probably won't get in. But he's He's had a pretty good imprint on Major League baseball over the last decade, And I think the most impressive stats for May. I'm just looking at some of the notes that the Giants put out tonight. And that's getting on base to start. You know, leading off the inning when leading off any inning this year. The Giants on base, Marcus 3 98 means you're putting the guy in the stretch. Basically, 40% of the time. They're well ahead of the Mets, the Nationals and the Rockies. But that's how good the Giants have been. In. Of all the stats. That may be the most impressive to me more than the two strikes and Home runs and everything else is that you're always putting that picture in the stretch. Absolutely. Ifyou're making putting pressure on that picture right from the get go and Virtually every ending that enormous a lot of pitchers pitch way differently from the stretch. Turn the wind up, and that's another reflection of the hitting coaches. You know, early on when Crawford and 1/10 of all on all those better, and giants weren't coming around, I think it was pretty easy, Tio Sort of roll your eyes at the beheading coaches that the Giants so hyped up, but You know that it all comes back to the approach. And when you're using the same approach for every page of every at bat, it works with the first guy. It works with the second Diet works with seemingly every guy. Uh, it really speaks highly of him. And I think it's also why you know with fishing that Mark was just saying that when guys get into destruction times, they're different pictures. For me. It's not always about the pitch count. It's about the high stress innings and Marty make a good point. They're constantly getting on base and constantly making this picture through a high stress 50 pitches. But if he's doing it with two guys on base every and he's going to be a little bit different than he would have been. If he was throwing 50 because he struck out seven over the 1st 98 hours, it would be a little bit different. So I think that's an impressive staff. When you can get on base like that. Put pressure on guys. Eventually you're gonna break for Well, we've got Anderson and Cahill and then during the week it's Cueto goes meant Gausman and Web. So those are the five games and I agree with both you guys these next five games coming into the trade deadline. Course with Arizona next weekend. That's really eight games, so we'll see where it is A TTE that point They've played. What 28 that'll take us to 36 so We'll know a lot more by next Sunday. Hey, in baseball history and Giants history, it's the anniversary of the marriage Shall Roseboro incident with the bat? You guys do any research on that? You know you do You know your giant Dodger history. I'll let you take this one. Well, yeah, of course. Of course. Marisol. Marisol gets thrown out. He turns around he who's the catcher there, Marty. That's that, Michelle. Gets tackled by writer He gets into it with him as he tries to go out hit Rose Burrow with the batteries we need. What? What happens was co facts wouldn't knock down Mayor Schell. So in Roseburg got the ball. He threw it back to co facts, and Marshall thought that the Baltic tw Mary Shaw's ear, so he turned around and whacked Rose bar over the head with the bat. That brought out the big fight. Bloody looking catcher and Willie Mays got in the middle of it. He was a peacemaker and everything else But I didn't hold this day in baseball history raffle put it on. Can br dot com on my podcast page, But if you guys have some time, listen to it. One of the all time fights August 22nd and eventually cost the Giants dependent. Well, Marty, what's so funny about that is, you know, we talked about it as of this moment and a great moment in baseball history, But you better not swinging a 30 pitch if Europe by seven Roses love it. Hey, guys, have a good night. We'll chat with you tomorrow. All right, Marty, maybe Mark Moran coming up. We'll go up to the booth next right here in these sports leader at Redwood Credit Union. We're committed.

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"mark moran" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"mark moran" Discussed on KTOK

"Big impact. Interim State Health Commissioner Dr Lance Fry has issued a new state white health advisory calling on all Oklahomans to strengthen their commitment to fighting the spread of Golden 19 and state. Fry says the advisory reinforces public health precaution, including Continue to increase state testing capacity in order to perform more tests and have all test results. With the turnaround time of 48 to 78 hours. The advisory also recommends people age 11 and older where masks and counties that have elevated levels of covert 19 cases, Fry says Now is not the time to ease up on prevention efforts. White House Corona virus Response coordinator Dr Deborah Burkes is due in Tulsa on Sunday to provide what President Donald Trump called targeted guidance about the pandemic While she's on her tour. Burkes also plans to visit Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas. Missouri and Nebraska. President Trump announcing a breakthrough in mid East peace talks. John Decker reports President Trump announcing in the Oval Office that Israel and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to formal diplomatic relations after Israel agreed to suspend the plan to annex parts of the occupied West Bank. This is a truly historic moment. Not since the Israel Jordan peace treaty was signed more than 25 years ago has so much progress been made towards peace in the Middle East. Israel already has ties with Egypt and Jordan. But the U. S is the first goal fare upstate to announce formal relations with Israel. The deal between Israel and the will be called the Abraham Accord. Named after the biblical figure often referred to as the father of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Oklahoma City Police arrest the suspect in a hit and run crash uninjured. Democratic U S Senate candidate Abby Broiled Mark Moran has more Oklahoma City police arrested Griffith McClure Wednesday after he called the police Department and came in for an interview. Crash happened last weekend in northwest Oklahoma City as Broyles was driving home in a statement, Boyle.

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"mark moran" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"mark moran" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Well the north state has been just a bountiful place since this pandemic started Shasta lake continued one of the few lakes it kept their boat ramps open he you know it it didn't affect anything people have a good time social distancing sheriff's department did a great job up there in the meantime they they've been I've been able to fish whiskey town of course the Sacramento River and a guy that does all three of those this time of year is pork Kirk Porter Carrero from sac river guide he joins us now good morning Kirk morning Bob yeah pretty good are you on the lake country off the lake no I'm not jealous you down this morning whiskey down okay you have really been of doing well on the company a what what what are they up to size wise Kirk well they're all about the same fourteen to fifteen inches right now we're not quite yet the bigger ones yet but I think there are going to be going to colder water because we're fish is seventy six point six degrees right now so I'm gonna move I still go over to the curtain here shortly after I get off the phone with the ill we got a couple of hope to hear more but I think yeah what does he the last few days I think you're gonna change all over the place you're going to be yeah do you think that he is also affecting the copepods on the fish I think so I think it's affected him both places the the river or the lake and the shots they and what's your job you know just seems at Whiskeytown he just got sold many fish this year it's just under the they they should be all natural fair so that's really saying something right there are a lot of fish here this year but the Google plus you're gonna do a number on both places they're like yeah photo shop it was your job LOL as far as funny as that okay now I'm Shasta virtual how deep you're fishing for the company right now fifty five to sixty five and what what do you use them following that peak you know those who used in the their placards okay and at the Shasta trout and salmon how you do and there is out is that gotten better or worse what yeah going down deeper of course right got you killed me yes you can use that and rainbows yeah all you just can't find the shad and if you find those big shot balls that's what you're applying all the big trout I think yeah it'll turn on any day now what once you cools off to get special will turn on back here real shortly yes now so so are you are you fishing down over a hundred feet for the salmon yeah yeah I've done it a hundred feet and the trout are mostly in the fifty to seventy five point range we are using the same thing for both are different tack pretty much the same thing I mean the salmon certain things that shad pattern lowers but we're using a lot of Michigan stingers all spoons right now okay so you're using a Dodger with those phones yeah I use it no I'm going straight with those goods I don't use any of that I go back about sixty feet back to run the sterns and there but the Belgian I'll let you know that the bass ridge is still okay there it's pretty good they're still off the hook on your lawyer Gloria the ten arm is the place to be right now because of that what's your what's your biggest fish on a Bastrop these days five five balance really what's a good bad but you're not gonna get that done hi that that's a great bass this time a year on Shasta right they're still catching up all still because I mean matter fact it's a later season normal most the time your catch your little fish at this time of the year but the the big while you're still are still doing well well I mean you you gotta go on that's for sure I love it I love the idea of that bass fishing up there being so good so keep at it and I assume the river fishing we out the river this week yeah the realization is still really good at it it's pretty much good at all times of the year yeah the subject is better now there's like any other fishing boats were most part at the close of the river's been pretty steady waters all water to the shared shepherd here on the river yeah right right okay Kurt will thank you another good week for you and good luck today and we'll talk to you very soon thank you Sir have a good day okay thank you poor coro eight hundred six seven zero four four four eight ask him if in some places he will provide a shore lunch which means you'll cook up some of the fish you catch okay eight hundred six seven zero four four four eight I I saw a headline last March of the university of California Davis mount Moran road killed down I go my god as they go into the is such such good news with the model and road kill they miss the story first of all there's if you have mark Moran road kill there's too many of our wives the second thing of what do you suppose is down it's because nobody had been driving for three months these are scientists now don't forget that these are slayers what Marvel and people are strange and that includes by the way our governor and our director of fish and wildlife neither one of which appear to know much about my own lines anyway the crystal basin campground loon lake ice house in union valley I was up there Sunday I have never seen more people in the basin the concessionaire that now runs the campgrounds for the Forest Service many of the restrooms were closed other restrooms had no toilet paper and needed to be pumped out more than desperately if that's going to continue will spread the word so nobody has to go there they're not doing a very good job I know it's difficult situation but you got to do better than that okay berry also real quick note coke in a thirty five to sixty five feet above the below Big Island Dodgers and an apex just like it new mall owners some days are really good for fish up to eighteen inches others not so good there you have it and I hope you all have a wonderful and safe week.

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"mark moran" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mark moran" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"You're saying on hands there and I think they're going to not allow so I think they're going to go for a Elizabeth Warren and was Bernie Sanders I don't think Joe Biden I think Joe Biden's problems you can't win the primaries because you've got too many of the people out there saying things like Barack Obama is too conservative or this year a club is to whiten heterosexual I mean you've got too many people out there who for too long have been allowed to take their entire world view and believe system from the highly radicalized educational environment they've been exposed to in K. twelve and college they take that so literally but I just can't I mean I'm AT and they voted their going to vote passionately they're going to vote in large numbers in the democratic primary so I think you're right I think that I don't think Joe Biden is woke enough I don't think Joe Biden is not enough to be actually selected by the people who are going to select the democratic nominee which for electoral politics is great it's great but it doesn't necessarily mean we're going to have a rational policy the greatest threat to terms reelection would be Joe Biden as the nominee because Joe Biden love America even if you had the lunch pail Joe union rapper young Clinton Rockwell street cred he went to the best of all the democratic candidates Ohio West Virginia Michigan and that is what I need you out the primary even pose that tried to Donald Trump let's hope for in the market thanks very much for coming on the program climate depot dot com it is the clearing house of climate news climate depot dot com I need to take a break by the way also don't forget to check out mark Moran was politically incorrect to guide to climate change bestseller and it's really fun to read the book as well thanks for coming on the show I'll be right back this is Vicky McKenna show.

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"mark moran" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"mark moran" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Southern Avenue north bound in minor crashes Wheeler Avenue Alexandria knew the Dunkin donuts telegraph road an accident south of a field road no we she's the report around the beltway and we're good to the airport now from the right door repair dot com the W. M. A. all weather channel forecast temperatures are going to soar today twenty plus degrees above normal ninety six breaking the record of eighty nine degrees sunshine a few clouds we are going to cool down before the few clouds seventy two tonight tomorrow decreasing clouds eighty two by Friday sunshine and low seventies maybe only in the sixties on Saturday I mean your older three stages the weather channel WMAL right now it's sixty nine degrees of warrants in clear skies in Germantown sixty seven seventy four at Reagan national I'm Barbara rid of one oh five point nine FM Washington's fault W. M. A. L.. Washington mornings. thirty six W. available one. six thirty five. seven oh five mark Moran the latest on illegal immigration. they don't five World War northwest will be with us. one eight thirty five. reporter at The Washington Post. national victory last night. good morning. well this is this is big news. the president it is being alleged every four from the New York times yesterday showed.

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"mark moran" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"mark moran" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The end of an era boat she is like he you know he's he's like he's like dad man exactly now he he gave us a great. a great run and I'm I'm happy he's going to go live it up in and do what he wants but yeah we all got to turn into a five on that day. me see he's got a. career win loss record house in wins two thousand one yeah that's pretty crazy that's and that's incredible you know he's born in France. yeah really bush J. A.. London sock France. okay. is here legally have the legal. maybe call ice that's right I think by this time it's your pretty much common law yeah I think it's like all eyes on boats wait a second son Brad was born here so if he's an anchor is sons an anchor baby. all right thank god for chain migration how exactly. yeah coming up will talk to mark Moran from climate depot we might get his take on this whole kids walking out of class to protest the climate but he is talking about a a graph that was sent out to journalists and policy makers the national climate assessment was sent out it's called climate change indicators what's really interesting about this chart and it talks about things like. a change in an average temperature heavy precipitation U. S. heat waves change in western snow packed drought considerations arctic sea extends sea level indicators ocean acidity changing growing season got all these charts up there. what's really interesting is these charts. then I you know you look at a graph and it's. down to the bottom it's got what year they start the data and then it goes present date. none of these dates of the same the first graph is from nineteen starts in nineteen sixty the second graph starts in nineteen ten the third one is nineteen eighty the other one nineteen seventy five nineteen twenty so another one nineteen eighty nineteen ninety. so if you ever want to manipulate data. yes starts. your data point at a different spot. another words what they're doing is they're committing scientific fraud here you want to evaluate data. it depends where you choose to begin to start the day by starting some of these in the nineteen fifties or nineteen sixties specially with warmth across the United States they're eliminating the hottest point in U. S. history which was the nineteen thirties you have to take that out of there otherwise makes it look bad so they can't even use the right data sets and that's how they're manipulating this whole thing people say well look at this dead it shows it's rising well wait a second. go back fifty years you'll see that it was a lot warmer back then other no you can't have that truth come out but this is just absolutely. malpractice scientific malpractice which is really what this whole thing is about. in fact he has. great article from the power line blog it's called a supposing junk science junk climate science and it's got a quote in there there's a guy who put together a video hi Tony Heller real climate science goes to this twelve minute video explains how they're manipulating this data. and one of the at the end he puts up quotes from people from the intergovernmental panel on climate change and one of ms doctor on Mar Andover he's the co chair the working group of the I. P. C. C. and he says we the U. N. I. P. C. C. redistribute de facto the world's wealth by climate policy one has to free oneself from the illusion that international climate policy is environmental policy this has nothing to do with environmental policy anymore. did you catch that. international climate policy has nothing to do with environmental policy. there was this is just politics they're trying to steal people's money when I say steal people's money I mean steal money from the United States people Hey where the rich guys were the one they want to take money from to give it to other people. give it to other countries that's all this is it's a money grab this what my brother talks about his two books. he's the older brother the more ambitious once that's why his two books. I don't have any. and the younger brother I'm the one yet. I'm the lazy one. it's like a it's like my brother my brother put together this whole thing for my mother celebration of life all my gosh you work as you to fall incredibly beautiful and he works so hard to put this whole thing together and every at every turn I'm saying if you need help let me know if you need help let me know but of course being the older brother he put the whole thing together and it was absolutely wonderful on the Sunday that we're having celebration where he put together videos of it is good slides of my mom's life we ask that the whole family if you got pictures my mom that you want to share will put it together so we found all these pictures and he said he wanted me to go through the first group of slides he said the second one I'm not going to show you because I want you to totally lose it thanks Brian nice guy Scott which I did which everybody did yeah no I I saw that on his on his Facebook and I told them when I I told my son I was like you know Hey I thought I thought he had paid and had that professionally done I didn't know that he put that together he it was the whole thing music and everything it was great yeah it was just I mean he'd put so much work into this thing was unbelievable so we start showing me the slides in the first when these are pictures of people in San and and I I start commenting is we're going on and I make one comment he just bust up laughing because that's it I'm not showing anymore and why he said because you and I are going to do a rolling commentary through this whole thing good and it was like mystery science theater three thousand that's what we're on you know it's it's the one picture pops up from my mom when she was probably about twelve years old I said this is the mug shot of mom when she knocked over the liquor store and why dina it's just too and it looked like an orange is like what six years older something like twelve years old. right but it looked like a mug shot but we went through the whole thing talked about it my mom was absolutely beautiful woman asked was what are you what an amazing story she had your her girlfriend took the train from their little town in Minnesota to California because that's where they heard the jobs were there both nurses and they end up you know get nursing jobs and that's how she ended up mean my dad is a really good school story so also I actually I also got to put a face to the the name uncle Doug all there you go was in the slide show yeah bunch of them yeah when he was a little kid add a little angle dug a lot on the dog yeah he's a great we had a board we have a good time with them what a great time up there we'll talk more about that end Marc Randall from a climate depot in just a little bit of talk radio five sixty KSFO let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents soon you'll have a separate fridge in the basement or extra groceries or exiled forever remember that frozen lasagna of course you don't it's been down there since two thousand eight.

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"mark moran" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"mark moran" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Talk radio five sixty KSFO. the brand name for the brother Brian six nineteen is the time right now Katie or talk about that Elizabeth Warren grab a drink with Elizabeth contests grab a beer that does not sound like a blast I tried to enter it it took it was in June. all really yeah add some back I tried to enter. rap all right my bad I heard. who was the guy can Matthews is filling in for Rush Limbaugh on Friday he has talked about it that's right. in a new entry in June June thirtieth I was bombed well. look at you being all thorough in actually trying to win it. well you know we would rather saw my foot off with a dull spoon and do that but you know I think a lot of people would. hi all right so in in the in the in the realm of radio because we sit behind a microphone and or not in front of a television camera in TV you know you got to dress nicely you wear a suit jacket and tie women have to dress nicely all I felt so sorry for the women I worked with in television. because especially in the day when email was invented. because you know you get these emails from people they would love to tell you you know their opinion on stuff a lot of times very very nice but a lot of times he would be snarky. and the emails my the women I worked with were just terrible I mean we have the one with a female anchor she had a worn outfit and somebody would email did you wear that two weeks ago. what yeah this a snarky people got of yeah I've no I've I've unfortunately been on the receiving end of that being in TV as well you know what it's like good horse radio you got a dress a little bit differently and. back in the day when Silicon Valley was starting to kick up in all the techs were booming. it was a far different business than what was the norm in the business world so to speak and I remember hearing stories of the interaction between. let's say bankers and these tech guys. and the tech guys would we walk in wearing you know like a untucked polo shirts a golf shirt and jeans into the banker's office when they're looking for a loan. the bankers are like you do usually if people come and ask for money they're dressed in a very nice suit want to put on the blood the tech guys don't know this. their tech guys. they're used to dress in pretty casually right well now this casual dress. has kind of spread from the Silicon Valley all over the country in fact he. re recent surveys Randstad north American sure you got the story I found this force a seventy nine percent of the surveyed. people report their current employers dress code is either business casual casual or. isn't a dress code at all and the workers actually like it this week according to this survey. given a choice between a five thousand dollar bump in salary informal office dress code. a third of the people would choose the informal dress code. I find that interesting thirds would take the five thousand another way to look at it the same time however people surveyed said warring formal or more conservative attire is a must for job interviews. this is kinda interesting forty two percent say they'd rather be twenty minutes late to an interview then show up looking to shelter under dressed and fifty percent of the respondents say they wear business attire from the waist up and casual clothing from the waist down when they have a video interview. that's something that is new to the world all of my kids in their first interview with somebody was over Skype or something like that so yeah you just have to dress nice in the top top up. our top down I guess there are limits to a casual acceptable casual wear in the office seventy three percent of the surveyed feel ripped jeans aren't appropriate and fifty three percent say leggings have no place in the office interesting in this survey thirty eight percent of twenty five to thirty five year olds admits they've been asked to dress more professionally by their manager or by HR. you can't wear the pajama pants in here okay. that's embarrassing. I'm the also Mrs Sussman works were part of her visit have part of the company she works for is a call center they do customer service and she said the routinely having to tell people you know I'm sorry you can't wear the sweat pants you can't where the the jam bands. they they they thought they got a handle on it but every so often somebody will try and you know get away with it. let's hearing granted it's call center but still you got to have some professional out yeah I look to it you look back at pictures from. the nineteen twenties and thirties and forties of people just walking down the street and pick a city San Francisco Sacramento whatever and they're wearing jackets everybody's wearing jackets and ties and hats. nowadays you're lucky if they're wearing pants. right seriously this is kind of the way it is it's a. it's it's a it's just a change of times and I again I think a lot of this has come about from the the Silicon Valley in the tech industry just kind of spread across the country people figured out well you know I can actually get more productivity out of my workers they're not wearing a tie. then again you still got some of the businesses the accounting firms the law firm stuff like that we have to do indeed dressed like that a coming up a little bit later this hour. mark Moran he's from climate depot he'll talk about interfere last week because the kids the kids walked out of school because of climate. and climate change and stuff like that they're using the little children to get at the parents to flow change had do this Greta soon Berg young lady you came came across the ocean in a. vote. I guess to prevent a carbon footprint from going on that a bad we'll talk about that mark ran out we get his take on the kids walking out for the climate protest and see what he has to say about that whole deal here course you know how my brother and I feel about this climate change stuff and all by a by the way. interesting report just came out about this climate was released by some of the climate activists to the press and to government officials wait'll you see how they manipulated data this is unbelievable and just goes to show how they do this kind of stuff just to kind of messed with everybody and how they mess with statistics to trying to get their data point across love those stories more come I'm just a bit it's six twenty six talk radio five sixty KSFO..

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"mark moran" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"mark moran" Discussed on KTRH

"Our work today is to make sure that they do move forward with it and do it right away when finished the state highway ninety nine loops not gonna stretch across Galveston Prozor yet and fort bend counties offering an additional hurricane evacuation route I think that was a little on the coast they had to sure I mean what a mess that'll yeah despite the doom and gloom of network coverage of the Amazon rain forest fires it's not the end of this even the left leaning publication Atlantic admits comparisons of the rainforest to earth's lungs are overblown it was my clone doing that at the G. seven summit the liberal mainstream media's going after Brazil for record fires in the Amazon climate depose mark Moran as says its political issue because Brazilian government is trying to pull out of the U. in Paris agreement expert after expert on the rain forest on oxygen all coming out and then one of Max you said this is B. S. and use a curse word that it is not the lines of the world actually consumes as much oxygen as it produces he says the media's causing hysteria with claims the fires can be seen from space who says you can always see fires from space artery Morton newsradio seven forty K. carriages McCain French for more on they've never done to translate well we're not going to name call are we a leader of an ally the fees for France I would well there you go you did I didn't turn up yet another sign that marriage is good for you researchers at Michigan State University say merry people less likely to develop dementia as they grow older those who co habitation I don't get the difference here those who co habitation are widowed or never merry do have higher rates of cognitive dip difficulties yeah why would co habitation I don't understand that you know divorce say's especially men right twice the risk of developing dementia compared with those who stay together I had known now another one of those studies who commission this one it was a vision Michigan's wonder they did it for yeah they always wonder about you know who the actual who's paying for it you know maybe one of the reasons why you get divorces because you got early onset you know your spouse just can't stand it doesn't know what's going on possible I mean I don't know yeah marriage is complicated yeah it is seven oh eight is our news time Houston Texans complete a one and three preseason with twenty two ten loss to the rams it energy game played almost exclusively by back up says they're all making a last ditch effort to earn a spot on the fifty three man roster the Texans open the regular season Monday Night Football September ninth in New Orleans Texas a and M. won their home opener over Texas state forty one seventy Kyle the twelfth ranked Aggies meet number one Clemson next weekend well there's still plenty of football on tap this weekend to number ten Texas playing host to Louisiana tech tomorrow night you'll hear that game in sports talk seven ninety Houston Cougars gonna meet fourth ranked Oklahoma in Norman on Sunday that game will be on KPRC nine fifty Houston Astros Los the finality of their home stand to Tampa nine eight third baseman Abraham Toro hit his first major league home run George Springer Jose Altuve they also went deep at the loss stirs will be in Toronto this weekend coverage of five in sports talk seven ninety the first pitch at six oh seven and Katie are H. will join a game in progress it's seven I'm sure fryer in Houston's news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. getting.

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"mark moran" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"mark moran" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone confronting mounting calls for his resignation labor secretary Alex Acosta explained his handling of a sex trafficking case involving Jeffrey abstain the finance your now jailed in a federal New York probe Acosta had been a federal prosecutor in South Florida at the time of the two thousand eight Eckstine case in Miami and which I've seen secured a plea deal and relatively light sentence in a sex crimes case Acosta told reporters yesterday his primary goal was to make sure extreme received a jail sentence and registered as a sexual predator vice president Mike pence later said the president welcomed his labor secretaries explanation but no White House job is ever guaranteed well I remember our cabinet serves at the pleasure of the president of work we were pleased to see secretary casa step forward meanwhile Jeffrey Epstein has pleaded not guilty to the new child sex trafficking charges and could face up to forty five years if convicted the fate of nearly a million young people on authorized immigrants often referred to as dreamers is now in the hands of the Supreme Court as NPR's Nina Totenberg reports president trump has been trying to revoke deportation protections the Supreme Court has agreed to review the case and Obama era program granted temporary legal status and protection from deportation to hundreds of thousands of people who were brought to the U. S. illegally when they were children the trump administration asserted that the program was illegal and that the courts have no power to review president trump's decision to revoke it four federal appeals court subsequently rejected those arguments and the Supreme Court earlier this spring refused to extradite High Court consideration of the cases but now the justices have agreed to hear them next term with a decision likely in twenty twenty Nina Totenberg NPR news Washington democratic presidential candidate Pete body judges out with new details around a plan to fight systematic racism he's calling it the Douglas plan after abolitionist Frederick Douglass and peers as my colleague has more bridges plan is perhaps the most comprehensive direct appeal to black voters we've seen this election cycle and it comes after he's faced criticism over his relationship with black residents during his time as mayor of south bend Indiana the plan is broad and philosophical it includes a range of ideas from abolishing the death penalty to investing more money in historically black colleges what we've learned is that racist policies being replaced by neutral policies is not enough the judge raised more money than any other Democrat in the most recent fundraising cycle but polling shows he has struggled to gain support with black voters a small college NPR news in Louisiana there are concerns about a possible hurricane growing in the Gulf of Mexico it could deliver up to twelve inches of rain this is NPR the nineteen sixties era big league baseball pitcher Jim Bowden has died he was best known for writing a controversial tell all book entitled ball for which revealed baseball seedy underbelly in the nineteen sixties on the field he was an all star and pitched in to World Series with the Yankees mark Moran has more about and told the drinking drug use and are rated behavior that happened off the field in baseball in the nineteen sixties tales of players personal lives are more common place today but that was book was shocking at the time supporters called it an important look into the lives of players as the people they really were critics called raunchy he told unflattering stories about Yankee greats Whitey Ford Mickey mantle which prior to that time no American sports writer would have even considered after his career about and help create a brand of bubble gum called big league chew sold in foil pouches like chewing tobacco is still popular today Jim Belton was eighty for NPR news I'm mark Moran there were injuries today in the fifth running of the bulls in Pamplona San Fermin festival the most serious injury was to a twenty seven year old man from Valencia Spain who was Gordon the arm five others were also hurt during the race down the cobbled street course to the bullring mostly due to blows received in falls as the crowds of runners tumbled out of the way of the much faster bulls the nine day festival attracts about a million people every year it was immortalized by Ernest Hemingway and his novel the sun.

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"mark moran" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"mark moran" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"I'm Steve rappoport. Fox news. There's talk on Capitol Hill of Robert Muller, planning to go before the House Judiciary committee later this month. Fox's grenell? Scott has more live Steve on Fox News Sunday house, Rhode Island democratic house member David Cicilline who's on the House Judiciary committee says there is an offer for special counsel, Robert Muller to testify before that panel. And he hopes nothing will derail that hope the special counsel will appear. We think the American people have a right to hear directly from him. The appearance would be in the wake of attorney general William bars. Senate testimony several House Democrats accused bar of lying to lawmakers. Senate Judiciary committee chair Lindsey Graham has apparently similar letter to molar inviting him to testify. No current agreement on that yet. Steve, thanks Colonel. President Trump on Twitter announcing he will nominate Mark Moran for director of immigration and customs enforcement comes after the president withdrew his previous nominee to lead. Lead is saying he wanted to go in a tougher direction. Morgan certainly fits that. Billy brings a lot of experience including a brief tenures border patrol chief under prison. Obama is been a very strong supporter of President Trump's tougher actions to secure the southern border. Fox's guarantee any in Washington officials in Gaza saying Isreaeli air strikes killed at least sixteen people Israel retaliating after rockets fired from Gaza killed three Isreaeli test ceasefire this morning, but that hasn't materialized the tool behind the scenes the United Nations Middle East boy Nikolai Madden off a speaking with the additions to try and broker some kind of understanding talking to sources within the Israeli defense forces. They expect the fighting certainly to continue for the next few days guy news correspondent, Alex Rossi and Oshkosh alone. The White House says Israeli have every right to defend themselves, but hopes both sides can return to a.

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"mark moran" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mark moran" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Testify. I'm Steve rappoport. Fox news. There's talk on Capitol Hill of Robert Muller, planning to go before the House Judiciary committee later this month. Fox's grenell? Scott has more live Steve on Fox News Sunday house, Rhode Island democratic house member David cellini, who's on the House Judiciary committee says there is an offer for special counsel, Robert Muller to testify before that panel. And he hopes nothing will derail that hope the special counsel will appear. We think the American people have a right to hear directly from him. The appearance would be in the wake of Torney general William bars. Senate testimony several House Democrats accused bar of lying to lawmakers. Senate Judiciary committee chair Lindsey Graham has apparently Cinna letter to molar inviting him to testify. No current agreement on that yet. Steve. Thanks. Bernal President Trump on Twitter announcing he will nominate Mark Moran for director of immigration and customs enforcement after the prisoner withdrew his previous nominee to lead. I saying he wanted to go in a direction Morgan certainly fits that Bailey brings a lot of experience, including a brief tenures border patrol chief under prison Obama, and is been a very strong supporter of President Trump's tougher actions to secure the southern border. Fox's Garrett any in Washington officials in Gaza saying is rarely air strikes killed at least sixteen people Israel retaliating after rockets fired from Gaza killed three Isreaeli tests ceasefire this morning, but that hasn't materialized the tool behind the scenes the United Nations Middle East envoy Nikolai off as speaking with the jip- shins to try and broker some kind of understanding but talking to sources within these ready defense forces they expect the fighting certainly to continue for the next few days news correspondent, Alex Rossi and Ashqelon the White House says rallies have every. The right to defend themselves, but hopes both sides can return to cease fire..

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"mark moran" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"mark moran" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Screaming, racial and homophobic, slurs attacked him and they beat him up. And he submitted a police report to that effect. Now, the police in an attempt to find the culprit because this is a famous celebrity who had been violently brutally assaulted by none other than Trump supporters who chose at two AM to be sporting their hats. In in there. What can in their rage and rampage there yelling, this is mega country maga- country? Yeah. Because one of the one of the principal platforms of the Donald Trump administration is to enslave black people. That's something. He's been talking about consistently in his messaging. The report was that. They wrapped a rope around his neck and dumped bleach on him. That was what? Yeah. Okay. All right. Well, we being that the vista Gatien into this situation has led to no finding of anyone. Emmy, there's also no other attack. Apparently. So these guys were just out wandering around waiting for him to be stumbling home at two o'clock in the morning, and then they chose to attack him. He said he was going to subway at two in the morning. There's probably a subway opened it to in the morning. I think the one down the street from my house twenty four hours a day. I think he was going to is from Amy was telling me the one that he was going to supposedly the area where he was attacked in is down. It's not even on like a pedestrian area. It's down like on a loading dock area or something like that. It'd be like why would he be down there that doesn't seem like something that would really make sense? And then he wouldn't give the cops his phone to corroborate his story. And there was a long delay between when it happened. And when it was reported, and he left the scene, and in return to it was all kinds of weird stuff with it that just didn't add up. Yeah. Well, bottom line is. I don't know. Maybe he was attacked by a couple of Trump supporters who beat the crap out of him and put a rope around his neck and dumped bleach on him. And and because he was both black and homosexual. I mean. I don't know. I don't I don't know. Maybe maybe that's true. And so I'm always one who says, okay. If it is true. Then let's see some evidence of it. Let's not assume guilt or innocence. Let's not assume he's lying, but if he can't produce any evidence to that effect, then this is a non issue, then you you you just you go along about your day will apparently there's they're now starting to call into question the entire story and the police officers are considering talked about charging him with filing a false police report. Now. Here's what I find interesting. Is that the article here that's written by what's his name? Rick Miran, Mick, Mark Moran. From PJ media suggest that the the police department is really doing everything it can to find somebody somewhere. So that they don't have to say that this guy was filing a false police report because there is such an incendiary situation in Chicago that there is a fear that if they come out and say that this homosexual black guy actually lied about being assaulted, it may cause a riot because they may come out there or a group of people who it doesn't matter. Whether or not what the evidence is against you. They will come out and till you can prove that he was lying, and we'll support him and start riots rallies and all kinds of stuff against the cops because they all hate cops..

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"mark moran" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

11:15 min | 3 years ago

"mark moran" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Well, it's a little cloudy out there. The rain is over it should be nice to actually be in the forty. Niners cold is yesterday. We got a lot to get to get to President Trump big speech tonight at nine we'll go over it. We'll get to governor Cuomo and his latest and mayor de Blasio their latest schemes what what are they up to get to the Oscars who's going to host this thing. And what's going to be the new phones in September? We'll get to all of that coming up tonight at nine o'clock. The president will address the nation. We are in a whole different era right now, it's you know, normally president addresses the nation. No question will be on television. Now, there was a debate as to whether they should carry it, whether they should allow a response from the Democrats liberals, should they get equal time to respond because as you know, this liberal democratic point of view, very rarely is heard on television. Most people don't get chance to see or hear what the opposition to President Trump is. So this will be a good opportunity for them. It's actually a big mistake because we were they Shuman Pelosi. We do there at this point. I don't think they designated anyone. They've asked though that the Democrats get equal time. Yeah. The only problem is if that's granted and these two elderly ego maniac Schumer and Pelosi decided to do the response Schumer will have those stupid Ben Franklin glasses on and Pelosi. Is you know, bug-eyed weird looking the it won't look good on television. The two of them. They have to get somebody charismatic and somebody a little more television friendly to do it who would that be? And the Democrats that'll be a better work without that guy that he's nineteen. No resume. They love him on the campaign trail already talking about him for president. Because he did something smart when he speaks. He takes his jacket off and rolls over shirtsleeves. They sees the new Bobby Kennedy. You know, you take your jacket off my jacket off a winning look. I don't get any credit. I take my jacket off when I'm on the air. So tonight's the big speech at nine o'clock, obviously told about the border. Here's what will happen. I'm just guessing. Now, the president will explain the border crisis. And it is a crisis the border is now being overwhelmed. They're making two thousand arrested day at the border border patrol can handle this. So they'll lay this all out. And then we'll talk about what's coming across the border guns, drugs, gang members, all that kind of stuff you'll make this speech. Then when it's over the networks will turn to the fake, fraudulent fact checking organizations, politic fact fact, check dot org. Washington Post fact checker have all been totally corrupted all biased distorted so then they'll say that everything he's saying is false that. There's no terrorists. He'll explain to you what homeland security what law enforcement what border patrol has caught coming across the border. Dan, CNN and company will explain you. This is a lie. This is untrue. Then you have to decide who you believe law enforcement or Don lemon. You have to decide who you believe American law enforcement or Lester Holt, it's up to you. You have to think that over this talk about declaring a national emergency big mistake. I hope he doesn't do that. That's not a good idea problem is you can do it enough experts have looked at this you could declare a national emergency. But once you start that then it opens the door to Democrats to in that let's say democratic it's an office can't get his care or whatever he'll declare a national emergency the problem with Obama was when he couldn't get something passed. He would do it as an executive order, and it got out of hand is this everything you wanted was an executive order. It was total abusive that tool and the president would be doing the same thing if he declared a national emergency. I agree. So he shouldn't do that. But he might do that you never know. Now, this is not really his strong point either. Here we go. No, it really isn't come on. You you have to admit it. Well, it's great on campaign, speaking extemporaneously, but go through a script and deliver a speech. He's not that good at it. Yeah. It's well, he it's okay. But it's not the real him. He's not a professional politician. He's not a teleprompter reader. And he's not going. He tries to be really former when he's speaking right plane in everyday language. He's great. Hopefully, the problem is it's an Oval Office speech, usually formal. Yeah. So that's the problem. If if they could do it like, I don't know maybe go to a comedy club. And. Perfect. Just talk. It the, you know, we sit behind the desk with the yellow curtains in the background and do the formal speech, and he reads it if he can maybe just go sit over and a couch or something and just talk it. But we'll see it's it's been carefully written. I know they've been working on it, very carefully. Although they're worried he might just rip it up a little bit. But we'll see I have a feeling it'll be okay. It's really important. It's a tool he doesn't use very often the national address. And if it doesn't work you probably never use it again. This thing he'll quote, the, you know, the head of the border patrol for Obama. What's the guy's name? Mark, Mark Moran or something. Mark Morgan he was head of border patrol for Obama. He has come out and said walls, absolutely work. He was Obama's border patrol head walls. Absolutely do work. He made that real clear now, let me just explain the background here. If you don't understand what this is all about the real reason for all of this is millions and millions and millions of people flood over the border, and they work really, cheap, really low wages. This is very important to business to a lot of people and special interest want the border wide open. It's everybody from Soros to the chamber of commerce business roundtable, the coke brothers, every big lobbying, everything not to mention the whole Davos globalist crowd. They all want open borders, and they write massive checks to lobbyists to congress people and they have bought off everybody Republican. Democrat for decades to make sure that border stays wide open. That's what this is all about Schumer Pelosi. Let's be honest Pelosi. I think has a heart somewhere. Don't you think? Maybe deep down there. I don't know. Little goofy. But somewhere and there's a heart. I think Schumer is just a robot just a political robot. He's just calculating political machine. Schumer doesn't care if the borders open open, its whatever way the money's flowing, whatever the globalist Davos crowd, whatever the special interests, whatever the corporations what ever the lobbyists wants Schumer watts. So that's what that's all about. So and again, all everybody Republicans and Democrats have been bought off for years you noticed when the Republican gets in L talk about the border, and then they do nothing about it. The mother it's Bush Clinton Bush, whoever it is they do nothing about the border. So this is different. Here's a guy from outside the system who couldn't care less about the globalists' about the coke brothers about any of this nothing to do with any of this. So he's the first guy want to shut the border and build a wall. Somebody's going to have to blink on this one. I don't know who it's going to be. I don't think it'll be the president. He was quite methodical getting to the shutdown. They managed to fund everything important. They passed all the funding for about eighty percent of government. So all the major everything is funded. Not shut down. This is not a normal shutdowns the little sliver of a shutdown then the stuff remaining like the people that give the IRS refunds. They just recently passed something the fund that during the shutdown. They're gonna fund that make sure you get your reruns one of the problems that people might see us TSA workers, not working and that may make the lines longer at the airport. So the put through some kind of funding emergency funding on that. So basically nothing is really shutdown except museums memorials, so this could be a long shutdown, and nobody has to blink here. Somebody's going to have to and got gotta remember if these Democrats start their hearings, very bad, psychologically because people watch television. There seemed to be Evan hearings. Doron all day, what shut down you can't keep claiming and everything shutdown. Hey, Kevin Spacey. Poor guy. Now, I shouldn't feel sorry for this guy. Sounds terrible. But he's going on trial in March. It looks like he showed up at this. What's it called the some stupid name? It's one of these Nantucket places to captain hook in or something. Oh, I think a lot of car club car. Yeah. What does that mean the club car it's nine tuck, it does that mean like an old commuter trains, the car where you get the drinks for the bar was that's Nantucket? It's a bunch of madman drunken commuters. Suburban guy so the club car bar. So and what is Kevin Spacey doing on Nantucket? I think it may have been filming something or maybe just vacationing, okay? So he's on Nantucket. He goes to the club car place, and there's a bus boy who has just gotten off duty. And he meets Kevin Spacey. Parents he's a handsome young eighteen-year-old busboy. Although when he meets Kevin Spacey, he lies he says, he's twenty three. Now, why would you lie like that? So that he could drink as suppose. I don't know. I think if you want to impress Kevin Spacey. Tom your six. This weirdo. Kevin Spacey says let's go have a drink. And he starts buying him drinks and get some really drunk, and then he where did he take him to he took him somewhere off alone? And then he opened up his pants. This kid's pants started doing whatever he did. Now, apparently somewhere through all this this eighteen year old kid is texting his girlfriend telling him. During it. I don't think it was during and I think maybe after well apparently some of it was during it because he then snap chatted video of it. And they're claiming the video shows nothing happened or Spacey is showing that but their side is claiming the video shows it happened. And then. Yesterday. One of the things they wanted in the court hearing was have everything preserved because they claim the texting and then he texted after a lot of texting afterwards and Spacey wants those texts held because he doesn't say anything about being attacked or groped or any of that in their. Here's the other thing being groped. He claims that Spacey has hand in there for three minutes. So I mean at some point wouldn't you recoil if you didn't like it. I wouldn't last three tenths of a second..

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