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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Shot in the back seven times. In front of his Children. Let me be clear. This was not an accident. This wasn't bad Police work. This felt like some sort of vendetta being taken out on a member of our community. There was some sort of vendetta now, one year later. This is the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Bill Glauber and Ricardo Torres. This is their story on the retrospective from Kenosha. The 1st 34 paragraphs sound as though exactly what it was that Barnes was talking about was the actual narrative. What we know a year later is that Blake clearly resisted arrest. He was armed with a knife and he was attempting to kidnap his Children in a stolen SUV. This is the story. A year later, the wounds run deep. The problems remain unsolved, and the way forward for the community is as murky as fog rolling in off Lake Michigan. On an early evening in the middle of summer, August 23rd 2020, the staccato snaps of multiple gunshots echoed through a kid Ocean neighborhood and nothing Nothing would ever be the same. The city on the lake is still coming to grips with all that happened over three tumultuous summer days and nights that began when Jacob Blake was shot by a Kenosha police officer. The incident Captured. On video. What followed was civil unrest, destruction and more bloodshed, part of a tragic American summer in which the country came face to face with its stark divisions over race. And policing. That sounds as though All that happened after August. 23rd just never happened at all. The narrative is still that well. This was another example of America's racial reckoning. It was three nights of chaos. Essentially provoked by a lie. That lie was that Jacob Blake was unarmed. That Jacob Blake was trying to remove himself from the situation and that this officer just targeted Jacob Blake because of some sort of racist grunt. Remember this LeBron James even weighed in on this people get tired of him. We stay there, but.

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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:56 min | 1 year ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"At the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Uh, posted this story about the state Democratic convention. Just put it up there for me. This is exactly what I'm talking about. This was catnip. To an obviously partisan journalists like Molly back. I'm assuming I didn't read The Associated Press account, but I'm sure it was somewhat similar. It's all about the conflict. Trump is calling out Republican legislative leaders by name now. President Trump Republicans responded by the way. Capping a said Mr President. I'm a big fan of yours. But you're just wrong on this one. We are investigating. We've got three former police officers overseen by now An attorney has been hired to oversee this election. They're looking into Look, folks. There was an audit of Dominion voting systems, okay, and it did find an error. But it was a benign error. It was one that just okay, These sorts of things happen. These sorts of issues were already investigated in Wisconsin. What was found and what the trump campaign actually very successful and very persuasively argued, Although the Wisconsin Supreme Court led by alleged conservative Brian Hagedorn used the doctrine of latches to essentially put on the issue and latches essentially means that well, they they didn't really they had a case. Okay, fine. They might have had a case, but they needed to bring this before the election, in other words, that the issue was already settled, so there's no real remedy and I don't necessary. Really disagree, because what the what the I do agree with, by the way, disagree with using latches they needed to issue a definitive ruling about all of the rules that were changed all of the laws that were changed shortly before the 2020 election. What obviously was being done at the state and the municipal level. In order to put the thumb on the scales in favor of Democrats. What I disagree with was the idea here that hundreds of thousands of votes I believe the total was like 100 9000 or something like that should be thrown out after these people were voting. In accordance with what their municipal courts. Municipal clerks were telling them what the Wisconsin Election Commission was telling them. So what I would posit would be that the Supreme Court needed to rule But it couldn't possibly disenfranchise. It couldn't possibly just throw out 109,000 votes. I mean, what do you think would happen if that was the precedent if the state Supreme Court Essentially nullified an election or even worse. Handed the election to the guy who got fewer votes. Month and a half later. What do you suppose every single liberal Supreme Court in every single liberal state would do every time? That's not a hypothetical by God. Democrats tried to it, a Republican congresswoman in Iowa won by about 20 votes or five votes or whatever it was Nancy Pelosi literally tried to undo the will of the people by not said sitting that congresswoman. It was only when this little plot was uncovered and there was widespread outrage. That it was abandoned. That Pelosi said. Okay, Okay, okay. We're finally going to see this woman. Instead of this effort to essentially nullify the whim, the will of the voters on what amounts to a partisan whim. Now imagine a state Supreme Court doing the exact same thing, however. The fraud that was uncovered. Wise. Essentially being committed by people who are in charge of the elections. This is far easier to find, but it's far more difficult to undo. Forensic audit, therefore, likely would not find enough votes. That I mean, you can do signature matching and all of this signature matching is rather difficult, though. Because When you sign something your signature does change. For example. Do you know how hard it is to go on eBay or Amazon and find authentic signed merchandise? I would advise very strongly never to do that. You would be shocked as you know, I'm a big fan of Hamilton. So is my family. So I got my brothers signed pictures of Lin Manuel Miranda and is Hamilton costume? I eventually went to a licensed dealer to make sure I was getting an actual autograph. Lin Manuel Miranda apparently has about 50 different signatures. But when you go and look at, as I did last November, December when you go and look at the actual signed Lin, Manuel Miranda merchandise and pictures and all of that, you'll notice that his signature does actually very dramatically. Because he's signing it very quickly. Better example for you and your personal life Do you ever have when you use your credit card? You have to sign the little digital box. I guarantee your signature looks nothing like it actually does. If you're anything like me half the time, I just make a little smiley face. In lieu of my signature. I mean, it's obviously going to be me. But the point is that the signature matching is not the panacea that you might think it is. Now. I'm not saying That this sort of forensic audit might not Result in in a finding, But here's the fundamental problem with all that. Governor Evers would veto and use every executive trick and tool. He has to stop anything. The Legislature orders. Right. It's actually sort of miraculous. The Department of Justice is not working to stop the Legislature's investigation that's going on right now. So President Trump Is indeed wrong to sort of lash out at the idea that Republicans aren't doing enough. In fact, Republicans in the Legislature just unveiled a sweeping series of bills that of course Evers is going to to reject there's been a proposal for a constitutional voter Integrity amendment. Which I think would would do wonders to eliminate the the authority that a governor would have to try to block any effort at election integrity. But there's been multiple investigations. We had a recount the the idea here. That Republicans aren't doing enough. Is, I'm sorry to say rooted in Trump's own ignorance about what's actually going on on the ground in Wisconsin. We will go to the phones. Let's start with Matt in Burlington, You're on the Dan O Donnell show. Hey, two quick points. I can't say that he's wrong because I don't know how many calls Robin Boss's office got now. This is outside the forensic audit. But the overall Robin Voss as a speaker, runs the ship for Wisconsin. They're in charge of the appointment of a few members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, and I made nine phone calls to his office before democracy in the park even started doesn't have somebody to get down there and get on it. And under his watch asleep at the switch that went down to the to to 20,000 votes. Indian County that should not count who was the candidate that was on the ballot there, though. Who is the Republican candidate. Donald Trump. Okay. Did Donald Trump have a campaign in Wisconsin? Yes. Would it be fair to say that the Trump campaign, which would actually be the party to the suit was also asleep at the switch on that one. I asked about that. I understand. They reached out to Robin lost in the assembly to take care of that year with our Wisconsin legislatures, and they chose not to do that. No, they had attorneys who are at the ready. Nobody wanted to do that, because they didn't want to upset the apple cart. They wanted to look, there was there was a lot of confidence, I think On the part of Republic. I'm not absolving. Believe me, I'm not absolving boss or the Republican Party of Wisconsin of any blame. But let's just be clear. The Trump campaign had an army a veritable army of attorneys in every state, looking at this exact same thing, and You might recall the guy who was screaming..

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Federal Judge Halts Federal Aid Program for Minority Farmers

Anna Davlantes

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Federal Judge Halts Federal Aid Program for Minority Farmers

"Federal judge has halted a loan forgiveness program for farmers of color in response to a lawsuit claiming the program discriminates against white farmers. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports a district judge in Milwaukee issued a temporary restraining order suspending the program for President Biden administration for socially disadvantaged farmers. And

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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"High potential potential for legality or delivering a serious bodily injury, even if he's bad at using it. A blind swipe with a knife at arm's reach, can disable an officer or kill them. So the people are just and then this happens all the time. They're ignoring the dynamic and the realities and the physicality of taking someone into custody. Those officers not only did nothing wrong They had very little choice is at the time they approached him, and at the time they use deadly force because of his actions. Also importantly, and this is never highlighted either by the people who want to turn this guy into a folk hero. He said. He was about to get into a car that wasn't his and drive off with Children in it. And that's not something you can allow him to have happen to remember. The warrant was for an accusation of sexual assault. Um, that have been made, and this is a guy and the person who called it in Was the person who was the victim of the sexual assault. So this is a guy who's about to get into a car and drive off with kids in it. I mean, that's you're not letting somebody who's got an open warrant. Felony warrant. Get into a car That isn't his with kids. I don't believe or hiss. On drive off what? What Officer would ever let that happen? Well, and let's apply a little hindsight for those officers. How do they know? Because they clearly didn't have time. How did they know that this that these Children were his if they were and what his intentions were Officers are entitled to look at a person's actions look at their response to their efforts to affect the lawful arrest and make reasonable, rational conclusion. And the reasonable, rational conclusion was he was either at the very least, if they were his Children going to drive away and cause a car chase because they have to take him into custody or two. He was about to commit a Carjacking in a kidnapping. Yeah, it was a violent felony. By the way, we're talking about attacks on officers here. This isn't gonna be one of those times where, you know you just let him go. You know, this is someone who actually would have would have caused a pursuit by officers in a vehicle. All right. So this is all about, you know, trying to figure out ways to make the cops the bad guys even though we had a very, very, very long Press conference by and Very apologetic D A wants to throw Kyle Rittenhouse in jail. But for some reason, you know, can't seem to find it in himself to actually file charges against Jacob Blake. Hold for assaulting the officer and for the felony the sexual assault felony on But the same time wants to somehow, you know, claim that the reason why he can't do it is because the law is so biased in the laws, So is so racist in the laws so rigged toe hurt young black men. You know when we go back and look at the situation there, people who defend Jacob Blake about not being charged by saying he's been punished enough because he's now paralyzed. How much of these officers been punished and they didn't break the law. The careers of probably ruined. Their lives have been threatened. Their families are in fear every time they leave the house to go to the grocery store, much less put on a uniform and the end result of this is if he had complied and be taken into custody. None of this would've happened. None of them. No. And now you've got the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel calling for the firing of the police officers. You know you have a.

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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on KCRW

"Idea. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported that Foster died two weeks after testing positive for the coronavirus. The great Latin n'est was 81 Sylvia Poggioli NPR news row You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. One of this year's surprising stories was the uprising in Belarus strongman Alexander Lukashenko has ruled that former Soviet republic since 1994 when he ran for reelection, and in August and claimed victory, citizens didn't buy it. They believed a political novice, the wife of a jailed activists had one so They took to the streets and they're still out there. And as NPR's Michele Kelemen reports, women are leading the protests. Belarus Olympic basketball player Yelena left Inca, says the protests that began in August in her home country We're nothing like she seen before hundreds of thousands of peaceful demonstrators demanding an end to Alexander Lukashenko's 2.5 decades long grip on power I have played in So many countries on so many competitions Olympics. You know everything. I was pretty fortunate, but I have never experienced that type of energy and anything like that this greatness this this unity. Like many of our fellow protesters in Belarus, though, left Jenga ended up spending 15 days in a flea ridden and cramped jail cell just laid there because I think I was still in shock. The next thing I hear a women. Singing couple YMCA. It's ah Bellary songs that women when they go in the marches, and this thing, this bones.

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Wisconsin officials: Trump observers obstructing recount

Scott Warras

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Wisconsin officials: Trump observers obstructing recount

"To stop counting Several observers for the Trump campaign reportedly going from table to table calling out counters for stacking ballots too high or going too fast, Milwaukee County Clerk George Christiansen tells Milwaukee Journal Sentinel issue Observers are disrupted their they're asking question question after after question question telling telling the the tabulator tabulator stop stop what what they're they're doing, doing, That That is is a a line line that's that's not not acceptable. acceptable. We We have have been been working working very very hard hard and and closely closely with with some some campaign. campaign. Frankly, both campaigns to make sure that this this needs to stop. So far, only three ballots have been invalidated. It's unsure when the counting will be completed. All three suspects to have been believed in an officer involved involved shooting and

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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Wisconsin as false information or containing partially false information. Ladies and gentlemen, do I post false information? Do I ever ever ever say or write anything that I can't back up with the law and with resident I do not care. Go. I will be firing back at the Wisconsin Elections Commission, which surprise surprise is lying to you yet again. As well as a F P, which performed the fact check on my Facebook post. You see what happened was it got so big. This thing has been retweeted thousands of times. It's been shared everywhere. My reporting has been in pretty much every major conservative news source because it absolutely is a massive controversy, and it absolutely is forming the basis of one of the avenues of complaint that the Trump campaign is filing here in Wisconsin. And it finally got the attention of Facebook and Facebook sites and a F P. What is that American Foreign press? Whatever a F P stands for, and they fact checking having no bloody clue about Wisconsin law guests who does, though, and guests. Who has this statutes right in front of him. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, The Yusa Today network getting in on the act. I love the picture they used of me in their story at Js Online. That picture's like seven or eight years old. I look great. Far fewer wrinkles on that picture than my current head shots. So way to go. J s online, But of course, they're attempting to disprove everything I say. But I just I find it so weird that none of the fact checkers happen to be sighting relevant Wisconsin statute and you know what they say in the law when you have the facts on your side. Found the fax when you have the law on.

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With two quarterbacks testing positive for COVID-19, Wisconsin might be down to a fourth-stringer

Steve Scaffidi

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

With two quarterbacks testing positive for COVID-19, Wisconsin might be down to a fourth-stringer

"And in college football. Wisconsin may be down to its fourth string quarterback this weekend. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting that third stringer Chase Wolf has tested positive for covert 19 with Jack Cohen injured and grammar. It's positive as well. And maybe Danny Vanden booms time to shine. The Badgers are set to visit Nebraska on

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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Of the conversation today. Nebraska President Ted Carter, caught on a hot mic earlier this morning, said this All right. I know it's hard to hear. Here's what he basically said. We're getting ready to announce Huskers and Big 10 football tonight. I think it was picked up. A lot of context, always says there's work going on Marine cautiously optimistic like everybody else it will get to know discovered safe to play. That's Carter walking it back a little while later saying, Well, you know, I mean, we're getting close, but he was clearly caught on a microphone, saying Huskers Big 10 will be announced later tonight. Greg. They've been working on this for quite some time, and it looks like there's going to be big 10 football. Yeah, and I can only imagine there are big 10 presidents and athletic directors and certainly players who have watched the last two weeks play out. There's 25 games on Saturday's schedule here in week three. So you have the Big 10 wants to be part of the college football playoff. By the way, it's a major payday, right? They need to get playing by mid October. I've talked to some people who are pretty close to the situation. They believe this is a done deal that there will be a schedule announced beginning somewhere on mid October. Maybe the 17th Part of an eight game conference on Ly schedule that would afford the Big 10 an opportunity to be part of the college football playoff. Of course, if there's a college football playoff, so Jeff Patrik is at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting that to your what you just said eight games over nine weeks title game December 19th that would allow the big tend to be part of that 14 college football playoff field. This is going to be really interesting to watch. Jeff will join us coming up during the five o'clock hour. I know you continue to work your sources Greg, but the announcement could come later today. Sports up next this report is sponsored by quartz health plans with you in mind. Sports presents people and their health plans. Hey there. I'm a man on the street with a microphone and I'm talking to people about what they like in a healthcare plan. What about human? Me? I'd settle for affordability..

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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"But it still doesn't explain why he got behind him and then blasted him none of us. Makes a Lotta Sense. I'll tell you his you wanted to kill a guy. Then it makes sense that he waited because if he knew that he was going to get a weapon if that's what the guy had announced and that's allegedly what happened I don't know what the truth is. Right. So allegedly this cop had been informed at this man might be going for a gun or a knife in his car, which would mean that the cop if he's smart enough to know how the rules work once he touches the weapon then then blast him and get away with killing A. Guy. And we know that there are cops not all of them but there are some cops who are total psychopaths who absolutely got into that line of work. So they can kill people and that could be who with here and we know that there are people that want to take the easy way out when it comes to suicide and touching a weapon while in the presence of a police officer is a good way to get debt So I guess what I would say in this and this wasn't a good guy by any means. I just want to make that clear. The victim in this case has a rap sheet with sexual assault on it and things like that. So probably not a good guy I know I'm going to leave this one for. More. Information and I want to see I certainly want to find out what was what did he fall down on? Was it a gun? Was it a knife? Was it a semiautomatic rifle? Was it a shotgun what was in the front seat or whatever is it a copy of today's newspaper I don't know what it was. I didn't see that information I don't. The thing is, is that you know somehow radio talk show hosts are supposed to come up with an opinion on every story. Moments after it occurs and all I can tell you is is the best solution to most Is More, liberty but. Sometimes you got to defend yourself against a lunatic and I'm not sure who's the lunatic in the circumstance. I wouldn't know well, they may both be lunatics. Okay. So again, not taking an I, don't like to pick sides in that story either. So that's what it has resulted in the the riots that are going on at at least in. Kenosha, right about now, any somebody gets shot. By a police officer, there's going to be protests and riots. The difference between right here is they're building on fire. I've heard that there have been multiple buildings I. Don't know if I heard it on the radio news today but the number thirty I think came through some house have been quite a few businesses. That have been burned again I don't understand protesters targeting innocent business people because it's easy to do over this. Well, apparently, not so much when somebody's got some armed guys out there protecting their business and that's where we come to believe the story out of in this case the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel about Kyle Rittenhouse he is seventeen years old charged with shooting three people two of them fatally. During Kenosha protests, Tuesday night considered himself a militia member trying to protect life and property according to videos interviews in social media posts. So we'll tell you more about that coming up here your calls and thoughts are welcome eight, fifty, five, four, fifty, free I think people should be able to protest I think that some protests forms are absolutely right on and good for them burning down people's businesses. Should result in people defending their businesses and I don't know what all the details here. We'll tell you when news DOT BITCOIN DOT COM. Chinese. Banks limit customers ability to buy gold Chinese flooding potential dam collapsed threatens many bitcoin operations withdraws from crypto exchanges increase indicating perhaps more people are holding their coin for themselves. Tentative agreement met to stabilize.

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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Online, Marquette University You, W M and many of the city's private and independent charter schools had been working under the assumption that they could reopen with precautions based on the city's moving M. K E Forward safely plan posted on the Health department's website. An earlier version of that plan showed that schools and universities could reopen during phase for, But that document appears to have been updated on June 25th the day before the city moved into phase for where it stands now. The latest version bars all schools and universities from opening until the city enters Phase five, which won't happen until the city meets several benchmarks, including seeing a downward trend in covert 19 spread. Milwaukee's Corona virus cases and the percentage of Cove in 19 tests coming back positive have been growing. In recent weeks. Nobody saw this coming, said Jim Bender, president of school Choice Wisconsin Schools did not have any sort of consulate tive role in these changes. And they didn't get any communication from the health Department that the changes were being made. The phase for order, which the health Department issued June 26th clearly states that all schools and universities are closed for in person instruction until further notice. But neither the order nor the news release announcing it mentioned that the criteria for opening schools Had changed. Health Department spokeswoman Sean Benjamin did not answer. Journal Sentinel questions about why those changes Were made. That from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Js online dot com Well, if you'd only follow the science You'd understand, right? Throughout the corona virus pandemic. We've been told to follow the science locked down social distancing requirements. They're necessary. They're justified. The public would understand that if it would simply follow the science mask requirements now follow the science but now Following the science seems to mean that America must reopen its schools. The science, however, is being all but ignored by policymakers, who are increasingly calling for schools to remain close. The national academies of sciences, engineering and medicine. Is clear Quote weighing the health risks of reopening K 12 schools in the fall 2020 semester against the educational risks of providing no in person instruction. School districts should.

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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"According to a reporter on the scene Patrick Marley of the Milwaukee journal Sentinel the rioters attacked carpenter because they didn't believe he was a state senator are you ready for this he was driving to the capital in a Toyota Camry they did not believe a state senator who makes about fifty to sixty thousand dollars per year would be driving a Cameri because they believe all government employees apparently drive BMWs carpenter outlined his injuries on social media he said on Twitter that he has concussion symptoms you may have seen the picture of him lying in the grass he was assaulted and beat up he said punched kicked in the head neck ribs maybe concussion socked in left die is blue a little blurry sore neck and ribs eight to ten people attacked me innocent people are going to get killed capital locked stuck in office stop violence now please he tweeted that at four oh four AM now I have up on my social media Facebook dot com slash Dan o'donnell show and at Dan o'donnell show on Twitter pictures of the two people one appears to be a man the other appears to be a woman both wearing masks who are about to viciously assaults senator carpenter now they're the ones who noticed him taking a picture and they started the attack sixty eight more protesters jumped on and started beating him because he dared to take a picture now these protests we're not supposed to be filmed in fact all of the people because they were such peaceful protests they didn't want any evidence of the crimes that they were about to commit carpenter broke the golden rule and of course as only a mob can it dispensed its version of justice now I have those pictures online so please do re tweet it please do share it the pictures so that we can bring these two to justice and I'm not saying that it's going to be easy to catch these people but if you take a look at the picture of the woman let's just say it doesn't look like she can run very fast if you have a reaction to this and the non reaction by the people in charge of both the city of Madison in the state of Wisconsin we have not yet heard from mayor Sunbeam roads Conway and in fact I am led to believe that she's not yet up because we have not heard from her on Twitter I have not yet received a press release if she did in fact issue a press release I would love to get it but the last you ready for this the last thing she tweeted with eighteen hours ago she tweeted out an article from channel three thousand dot com that's I believe the S. W. I. S. E. TV it's the ABC affiliate I'm not I'm not exactly sure let us know where you think the murals that were painted on the boarded up windows have State Street should be permanently placed now forty percent of the business is behind those murals might not ever re open because they were hit with covert nineteen shut downs and now they obviously aren't exactly the most inviting places in the world with all the boarded up windows in front of them now I'm not actually asking for anything out of the ordinary here I'm not asking for any special enforcement of law I'm asking for the actual enforcement of law mayor Sunbeam road Conway has allowed her city to get out of control the city of Milwaukee has been out of control with its crime for a long long time at about five thirty yesterday evening in Milwaukee the tensions exploded a house burned down police and firefighters were injured two teenagers were shot at what point does enough become enough in Madison a state set a democratic state senator was viciously attacked a progressive icon the forward statue was torn down the fact that you're only getting tepid condemnation from Democrats and progressives tells you everything you need to now about where we are as a city of Madison as a city of Milwaukee and as a state of Wisconsin what's the old saying nature aboard the vacuum meaning that life will fill that vacuum chaos requires a vacuum we have a vacuum of leadership we have such vacuous leadership at the top of this state and in the city of Madison as well as in the city of Milwaukee that chaos is the true mayor is the true governor we have a criminal element in the city in this state that believes itself not just to be above the law but believes that the law does not exist why in the hell where these people are allowed to tear down statues on state property can somebody tell me that because I look at the statute right here Wisconsin statute nine forty three point oh one damage to property whoever intentionally causes damage to any physical property of another without the person's consent is guilty of a class A. misdemeanor but any person violating the statute under any of the following circumstances is guilty of a class I felony if the total property damage is reduced in value by more than twenty five hundred or if the property damaged is on state owned land and is listed on the registry under subsection five the damage to those statues clearly exceeds twenty five hundred dollars the statues clearly sat on state owned land I don't think it gets more state owned then the state capital which was also damaged before capitol police were finally allowed to sort of quell these riots before they got even more damage the Tommy G. Thompson center in Madison was also vandalized Molotov cocktails were thrown how much more out of control does it get before the statute is enforced two statues were torn down in the plain view of every person in power in the city of Madison and not a single one of them did a thing about it you have got an openly gay senator during pride month being beaten never mind the fact that that in and of itself as my producer Dave said before the show imagine this was the state capital about two months ago during the re open Wisconsin protest and Tim carpenter was beaten in the exact same manner that he was last night it would most definitely be investigated as a hate crime this would not be national news day this would be international news this city is out of control both cities are out of control Milwaukee's homicide rate is a hundred and forty percent higher than it was at the same point last year we are a nation wide decline in the homicide rate in the violent crime rate from the nineteen nineties that is all been reversed following the twenty fourteen hands up don't shoot riots and protests and the formation of the black lives matter movement that's not to say that the peaceful aims of those who want reform for policing are responsible for this but chaos thrives in the leadership vacuum and now we have got a governor of the state who is far too important to take a stand harsher than this at about seven forty five this morning governor Tony Evers released the following statement what happened in Madison last night presented a stark contrast from the peaceful protests we have seen across our state in recent weeks including significant damage to state property I want to be clear violence against any person whether in the middle of the street in broad daylight at home trying to sleep going for a run or happening upon a protest as was the.

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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:43 min | 2 years ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Show as well last week the Milwaukee journal Sentinel inadvertently broke a big big story now of course it wasn't treated as such because the big story the journal Sentinel was that robin Voss may have said something slightly racist about immigrant families which he did but the bigger story with that governor Iverson was secretly recording a conversation that he had with legislative leaders robin Voss of the state assembly speaker the state assembly and Senate Majority Leader Scott fitzgerald this discussion took place the day after the Wisconsin Supreme Court on may thirteenth throughout governor YVR safer at home order both Boston fitz Gerald join my show last week to say they had no idea that they were being recorded in Wisconsin the law requires that at least one party to the conversation knows that there's being recording made of it it's what's known as a one party consent state in some states both parties to the conversation need to know that they're being recorded but in Wisconsin only one does the parties to the conversation that were announced were a lawyer for YVR is Ryan gnosis doing at Iverson chief of staff Maggie gal the only people who really spoke in the conversation were robin Voss Scott fitzgerald and governor Tony Iverson now when the journal Sentinel story hit of course the journal Sentinel which requested the audio recording not just all records of this conversation but in an email I've obtained from the journal Sentinel's Molly back to senator fitzgerald staff she request specifically audio recording now how did she know that there was an audio recording of that specific conversation well it's rather obvious she was tipped off because both bought Boston fitz Gerald told me last week that it was highly unusual for a recording of an audio recording of a conversation to be requested in fact both said that all of their years of the hundreds and hundreds and hundreds conversations they've had at the hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of open records requests that they get they never before gotten a request for an audio recording the reason that politicians don't typically record conversations is the exact same reason that Tony soprano wouldn't want conversations recorded and why the mob always insisted on doing things in person so that there is no record so that nobody could possibly be listening and in order for there to be open and free negotiations in order for both sides of this give and take to be able to freely express themselves and actually get work done and the point of the conversation was ostensibly to plot a way forward for the state to get through the corona virus crisis without safer at home remaining in place in order for Boston fitz Gerald to feel comfortable talking with governor reverse to express themselves openly in order for governor YVR is to express himself openly there needs to be a certain level of trust they're obviously was not the purpose of recording this call was rather obviously to leak it to the media it hopes that both Boston fitz Gerald or one of the two you would say something that could be later used to embarrass them my strong belief is that what the attempt was was to get foster fitz Gerald to downplay the threat of re opening Wisconsin to say nothing's going to happen everything's gonna be fine or for them to say we have no plan we don't know we're just going to let the state re open then of course as either his team was constantly reminding us at the time there was going to be a massive spike in corona virus cases the only problem is that didn't happen in fact the percentage of positive tests has been steadily declining even since the state reopened there was no post re opening spike of course there was a slight uptick in cases but there hasn't been any sort of the wild west chaos that governor reverse went on MSNBC the night of the decision and promised it just didn't happen but suddenly the Iverson ministration is in a bit of a by because on may fifteenth Mali back was rather obviously tipped off my strong suspicion is that Maggie Dow tipped her off about the existence of this recording and said Hey you should really file an open records request for the audio of this record for the audio of this conversation so she did email dated may fifteenth I suspect she sent the exact same email or a variation thereof to bosses people into Iverson people as well she was clearly tipped off the email signed Molly back in Patrick Marley YVR spokespeople slash journal Sentinel reporters but I made that first part up but they were the ones who are reporting on the existence of this tape last week the request is still out there yep even though fox six reporter Amanda St Hilaire last year requested just a single weeks worth of emails from governor eaters this is about as easy an open records request as there is to fulfill as somebody who makes a decent number of open records request it's easy you just set date parameters in outlook or whatever it is and you you collect all the emails you send about it takes a grand total of maybe three minutes to do Iverson blocked that request I correct myself here either himself didn't even know that the request was being blocked because St Hilaire confronted him at an event and said Hey we requested your emails and your kind of blocking those why won't you let the public see your emails he said what are you talking about his staff was blocking the open records requests so then fox six narrowed the request to just a single day's worth of emails they still had to go to court they had to sue the administration in order to get just a single day's worth of emails but within a month an audio recording was released in other words somebody wanted that audio recording released somebody wanted it to go out into the public but oops Boston fitz Gerald didn't actually say anything that was embarrassing so they had to settle on this during the course of the conversation Voss said to Iverson Hey we might be seeing a spike because in my community minority or excuse me immigrant populations immigrant communities the way they live typically multi generations in the same household and where they work that makes them more prone to coronavirus infection in fact the same day that that tape was released this CDC concluded the exact same thing the reason that minorities were typically harder hit is because of what essentially amounts to their lifestyle they have more people in smaller living spaces and there's just it's it's common sense I mean this is logic one oh one here that if you're in closer quarters with greater people greater numbers of people the greater the chance that you have to potentially spread the coronavirus but this was portrayed as racist as Xena phobic in the splash headline was that Voss blames immigrants culture for the spread of coronavirus that was the best they had that was the best shot that the YVR said ministration working very obviously with the journal Sentinel's reporters that was the best thing they could do it landed with a thud their bomb shell fizzled so now naturally less than a week after it was made known that governor Iverson recorded this conversation that it's entirely likely that he's been recording far more conversations with legislative leaders in an effort to embarrass them by leaking said tapes.

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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The ground somewhere around the world you can count on Meg Jones the outstanding reporter at the Milwaukee journal Sentinel to be they're bringing their stories back and my friend make joins us in the studio it's always so good to see you make it to see you John and found out that I know that you're back here things are good yes okay you've been to a rack for times you've been Afghanistan four times this was a trip to Ukraine which of our boys and girls over in Ukraine so there's a it was a group of a hundred and sixty four Wisconsin National Guard soldiers there from headquarters company that's based out of camp Douglas but he also brought in people from other other units it's skewed mostly senior NCOs and senior officers because what they're doing is they're at a combat training center in western Ukraine and their mentoring Ukrainian military trainers who are and basically helping troops therefore the only active war in Europe at the moment so you were there they were there on the day that the U. S. Senate acquitted the president in his impeachment trial that was related to what did or didn't happen in Ukraine what was that like well that's one of the main reasons why I wanted to go to Ukraine was because few people even heard of Ukraine or knew of Ukraine before the whole in each meant hearings that became part of you know of the of what was going on in America but here was a hundred and sixty four with cats SO guard troops that were kind of it at the heart of that because part of that three hundred ninety one million dollars that was at issue is being spent on this combat training center in western Ukraine and that's where all these troops are they're serving out a one year deployment their boots on the ground will be about nine or ten months or so but but you know I asked everybody that I was there with I've you see I wanted to know what they were doing what they were you know kind of they could explain what their their task was but I also asked him about the the impeachment and they're like you know we know what's going on in and we follow what's going on back at home but we're very busy work where we had our eyes we have to concentrate on what's going on here so it doesn't really affect us at all she so you nine eleven you said in the piece that you've been overseers eight times and I imagine every time you go across season you're with the troops you learn something a little bit different about yourself for about our men and women what did you learn this time with this trip to Ukraine well it's it's interesting because there were some of the people that I've spent time with in Ukraine I'd also been in bed with them in Iraq right back in the stands so you know you stay in the Wisconsin as a guard long enough you've probably been to Iraq you probably been to Afghanistan dependent on when you were in so there are some people that I I had Max and one of the stories I know the main story wanted to do was about just exactly what they were doing over there and I and I explain that but also you know rack it's been in the news a lot lately with the with the killing of a reunion general some stolen money and I knew that there was probably a number of a rack that ins that were in this group in Ukraine so that was a story that actually was appeared in today's paper and I just went up to folks that somebody known some I didn't know and just what is getting kind of their their reaction in kind of their thoughts on what's been going on in Iraq so but what every time that I get I'm embedded with the group from what's the what's Hanson National Guard Wisconsin reserves I'm always impressed with the hard work the resilience of their can do attitude it's just very refreshing spending time with them in another country so Major General Donald Dunbar who we know very well resigned under a cloud of controversy he saw these troops off when they headed to Ukraine he was their boss for a long time you were with them when that out what what is their reaction to handing out right well so so when that all kind of came down you know he he that the report came out in mid December about these horrible things that were going on in some of the some of the units and so he but I would see general Dunbar it pretty much every time I would go to a a going away ceremony or return home ceremony so I wanted to find out from the sea the troops in Ukraine because they would have been in Ukraine when all the stuff was breaking back home and the commander of the unit said folks were very surprised they were shocked but it was but also just like the impeachment they had to continue with going on with with their jobs as well too so that turned out to be a a separate story as well to just kind of the reaction and kind of you know what's it like for a unit when their top guy that could because he was the top soldier in in the Wisconsin as a guard what's it like when he has to leave under you know under cloudy circumstances and for the most part they had a they called it a town hall meeting the they all discussed it because a lot of them were our old our you know higher up people and in the troops that had served with channel Dunbar for a number of years so so it's it was difficult for them but but you know they're they just dealt with it make Jones without standing work from Ukraine you should check it.

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Milwaukee teacher put on leave after tweeting that Rush Limbaugh's cancer is 'awesome'

Michael Brown

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Milwaukee teacher put on leave after tweeting that Rush Limbaugh's cancer is 'awesome'

"From the blaze Milwaukee public schools place a teacher on leave after he tweeted that conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh quote absolutely should have to suffer from cancer it's awesome that he's dying and hopefully it is as quick as it is painful number sixty nine else Monday he's been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer Milwaukee school of the arts teacher Travis rondo's posted the tweet W. I. T. I. reported citing a statement from Milwaukee alderman Bob Donovan Serrano's teaches English the Milwaukee journal Sentinel said and done of any ran twice as a Republican for state assembly the nineteen eighties when Sarah does the discipline of the I. S. and

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Milwaukee teacher put on leave after tweeting that Rush Limbaugh's cancer is 'awesome'

Chris Plante

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Milwaukee teacher put on leave after tweeting that Rush Limbaugh's cancer is 'awesome'

"In Milwaukee a public school teacher has been placed on leave after tweeting that it was quote awesome that Rush Limbaugh has cancer the Milwaukee teacher Travis Sir rondo's was praised a paid placed on leave the Milwaukee journal Sentinel says that surround those tweeted Limbaugh absolutely should have to suffer from cancer it's awesome that he's dying hopefully it is as quick as it is painful that teacher now

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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I don't know if that is what I believe this or not by I'm looking at Twitter and Tom or is it gather follows and covers the Milwaukee Brewers reporter for the Milwaukee journal Sentinel and he is ads they call brewers idec I guess that is their fan fast and Christian Yelich so just a couple minutes ago there's no illegal signs feeling going on with the brewers so they don't have to worry about that so you either believe or don't believe him you look at some of the numbers of Christian theology at home and I think you're pretty darn good but Hey some guys use it better and all the data on the road and we're talking a little bit about the Astros in the sides feeling the Dodgers had their fan fest a lot of interesting stuff coming out of there will get to that in just a second something that I this song and I couldn't really bring it to I could really bring it to the air because it was really hard to hear let me track it down and that will let's see I've got it here well here it is callers hang in there three one two three three two three seven seven six your thoughts on this do you think that there's a lot more cheating going on around baseball that's why not many other people are chime in Christian theology that is not going out with the brewers but just in her lander who is a recipient of the doctor the astro stealing signs some people think he took it far too lightly or as the article said he needs someone to read over his speeches with a fine tooth comb lander accepted the American League Cy Young Award at the baseball writers association dinner last night in his speech he made comments how the Astros I the Astros in their technological an analytical advancements now you can go online and see the cut you it's very very hard to hear sold a bit difficult to to bring to the radio people were filled me in on their phones and it was hard to hear but many people in the room laughed which was shocking to me that they laughed chuckled a fault maybe said what's so funny but apparently he didn't seem to say it to be funny and I mentioned about a week or so ago I've got the book at home astral ball what I'm trying to read it talking about the Houston Astros now they put together their organization in order to win a World Series so if you get a chance go check it out I'm not our Twitter and Facebook or wherever you find stuff but I wasn't sure how to take it in for him to even bring up how the Astros technological an analytical advancements combined that's just that's just bad timing let's go out to Vegas in college a caller was going on it's very good morning to our area good to know that are so with if that's your thing you know look I I obviously it's not cool H. you did it it's not okay but what I'm not okay with it is the signature I don't like the second Jose Conseco started this mission off and now this other guy Mike who whoever it is yeah yeah you know it's just not cool you can't I mean I understand I know there's probably a lot of shooting in baseball going on I I I I work for a minor league team in Davenport I know there are guys on the juice there or not eight ball but in regards so it's it's rampant throughout baseball but I just don't like the switch if that's not okay you can't you can't be talking out of turn but college don't you think stations a little bit different so that you're not guys doing rides a is one thing but snitching on someone who's stealing your signs when you're out now another team and your team is facing them I mean I understand if he told his team some people think he never should have brought it to the athletic and the athletic was the organization that actually broke the whole story buy up you know the you've got to be able to tell your other team because you're not being a good teammate to your current teammates if you knew the research going out a you didn't you didn't say anything not I mean it's one thing to say to your team but to go to the press and said I just that's just I mean I and I applaud him for putting his name to it but I mean I just it the I just don't like it I don't like the way it comes out I mean it's it's bad for baseball either way you know well it is weird is it is bad for baseball but it's a thing where it apparently is happening happening a lot more places than just in Houston a just in Boston where Alex Cora went sure yeah and and it's it's not good in it you know but I don't know if either way I'm looking forward to baseball do them excited for my white socks you know I I grew up on the north side and though if there was hard enough being the fact that up there sure sure no I understand I understand Hey yeah yeah you're in Vegas now yesterday I moved out here if not I'll be here about three years now coming in March okay well I'm taking a had not there in August so maybe I'll find you somewhere yeah okay play but that will grab the grabber of at least one thanks Colin appreciate it take care friend and three one two three three two three seven seven six Tyler rocky our producer he is quick I mentioned how Yelich talk about this and we've got we have the cut now here is Christian yell it's talking about we don't cheat did you follow.

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Report: Private Security Firm Lost Hundreds Of Guns

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:43 min | 3 years ago

Report: Private Security Firm Lost Hundreds Of Guns

"Businesses private homes and even nuclear power plants depend on private security firms to keep them safe but USA. Today in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel found that one mm firm was not living up to its promise G. Four S. puts itself out there as securing your world and in some of these cases that we found on that did not happen reporter. Gina Barton was part of a team that examined g four s the journal Sentinel Found Company. Employees have lost guns that they used used to protect those sites. Not all security firms provide guards with guns but g four s does thousands of guns under a license from the Federal Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Baco firearms and explosives. Six hundred forty of those guns have vanished since two thousand nine and the paper found that some were later used in crimes there was garden Florida. Who's going on vacation in two thousand nine and he put the gun in a bag. Put it in a closet and left. When he got back a screen had been cut and the gun was gone and the police suspected there must have been a burglary. A few days after that gun was stolen. A couple of men rolled up on a house. Busted through the fence stabbed Amanda Death in the backyard and then they went into this shed. That was like a man came or a couple of young men. Were playing video games and shot both of them to death and the gun that was used used in that crime. The gun that was used in that crime was the very same gun that was stolen from the guards closet but no one knew it. We were able to put that together. Ten years later so g four s should be keeping close watch on their weapons. According to your reporting they have fallen down on that part of the job hundreds five times. You said the next part is they should be telling. ATF when a gun goes missing of the six hundred forty cases you've found. How often did they tell the. Atf they often when did tell the ATF. There were about half a dozen examples over the past ten years though when their war months. Let's weeks even years went by before they even noticed. Guns were missing. So if you don't know gone as missing can't tell the ATF. It's missing to their credit. They have said that they made some improvements in two thousand twelve and they have more improvements planned now. We talked to them a couple of weeks ago. And they said they're are going to be upgrading. Their computer system yet again so that people at corporate can keep an eye on all these field offices and the forty eight different states and they said that a lot of the I'm I am. The problem is employees are not following the policy. So what they've gotta figure out is how do they make their workers actually do what they're supposed to do what did the ATF. The Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms have to say about your findings the ATF said that they could not comment on a specific instance. And that's one of the real problems that we've had in kind of breaking through what's going on with. ATF because they have issued violations nations against the company through the years but they really haven't taken a whole lot of substantive action that we can find and we don't know why so we're we're making some calls to Congress and to those who have oversight of ATF to see if we can answer to that question. Jean Bardin of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. We reached out to the G. Forest for comment by the way the company criticized the investigation by the Journal Sentinel in USA Today as a quote flawed biased and unbalanced report that lacks context next about lost and stolen firearms in the security industry.

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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Time four thirty five Johnson's afternoon on WTMJ it's the four one one of the four one four was Serra how our she is with the Milwaukee journal Sentinel you can find her at Serra how're on Twitter check out her B. M. K. E. newsletter I love this it comes out every Wednesday thanks for sticking around Serra yeah so I saw on your newsletter you did something pretty cool you went to one of those heated domes at cafe Benelux I finally I finally did it also last year I never ended up getting around to it they were so hard to get in vacation and all of the prime times were all snapped up but I had a friend coming in town this weekend and she's like we have to do the job so she made sure we got the right number of people all assembled and were perfectly you know ready for ninety minutes of heated dome luxury so were you were you impressed by the experience for people that haven't done it yet was it warm inside was it worth the price did you like it yes our waitress she told us that they actually had upgraded the heaters from while I guess it's a little chilly some I was perfectly warm blankets and stuff I thank you note ripped off my coat I was like wait to warm games were drinking hot toddy it was very fun it was you know not all in different probably wish you had a little bit more than ninety minutes in there did you think yeah well it's just kind of weird like when you like sit down and you're like okay we have ninety minutes to enjoy this exactly what starts now yeah and of course you know Mike was a little bit late sounds so there's a minimum right do you have to buy a certain amount of food or beverage so the way that it works is you have to to get like the rental you have to do a food and beverage minimum or whatever and so the basic just a drink package or whatever if you have eight people in there it's about like twenty five or twenty eight dollars a person I forget exactly how much but so it's not crazy when you think about like okay I had a drink that's like ten fifteen Bucks plus another ten fifteen Bucks to just be there so so do you have to pay also for the dome or no they only charge you that food and drink minimum they just charge that food and drink minimum anyone during the day right during the day and I think it would be neat during at night just once again I would just feel kind of more novel would also be really cool if it was snowing yeah like you're in sinus no global really windy outside on Saturday and so that was nice to be like I'm outside not blowing away but did your friends enjoy it did they would they come back and do it again I think consensus was all we are glad that we had done it like a one and done kind of understood hi Sir you know we sat in there and play cards against humanity which I like sure you can do that anywhere yeah and it was different Christmas is one week from today are you ready how you feel and I'm not really ready I'm going home to Minnesota for the holidays so that'll be great but I have yet to purchase a single guy are you so I talked to people about that their gift giving and and most people were don and wrapped and all that kind of stuff it's kind of I don't know refreshing to hear something that hasn't gotten anything done yeah no that's totally me I have you know ideas of what I'm going to do but in terms of actually executing are you already had experience like X. giving someone an experience than giving them an actual you know thing yes because I'm like what the heck am I actually going to give other people right they need that they need yeah or like I really want yeah right so like for the past few years I've done especially for my parents like I've picked restaurant in Minneapolis where they live that they wouldn't know about to go to other wives she is Serra how are you could follow her in the walkie journal Sentinel you can follow her on Twitter she's also on Instagram thank you so much if we don't talk to you again have a great Christmas yes get the shopping done once let's how thirty eight were sponsored by antics wealth management time for the money talk minute here is days Spano last minute shopping you're not alone US retailers are expecting record sales and super Saturday this year has there are fewer days between thanksgiving and.

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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:27 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Not gonna cook today well we've got Carol death toll here she of course is a dining critic for the Milwaukee journal Sentinel and Carol for people who have just at the last minute set now not going to work or maybe they've already burned the Turkey or they forgot to to frosted today dining strategies do you have for the home all kinds of disasters like you've got your spouse is making a reservation and then he thought you were making a reservation whatever it might be you know the thing is a lot of restaurants do book up early so if you haven't made a reservation by now it could be tricky but all hope is not lost first you could look at the list that cant online that com or you can just Google restaurants open the Milwaukee thanksgiving twenty nineteen and come to the left and you'll see one thing that a lot of the restaurant either are they like each chain or they might be associated with a hotel and that's because what's held have gas in town that they need to feed who don't live here necessarily they might be tapping through and just happened to be here so a lot of those restaurants will be opened that's a good place to start let's talk a little bit about the hotels are they is a hotel going to turn you away the thing is that all the cables are all they have nowhere to put you into you you might not get the time that you want when you're looking for Hey but you remember even when restaurants are completely **** things happen people don't show up for the reservation they cancel at the last minute that sort of thing even if you think that the hotel or the restaurant might be fully booked with call anyway because they may have someone who didn't show up at the last minute or just cancel that day and there may well be something out there for you you might have to be a little flexible because the signs might not there might not be anything available but there might still be some even younger single restaurant that were strictly your reservations are required like old town Serbian restaurant on the south side it's by reservation only but again people cancel who knows they they may have more food than than reservation necessarily so you know it it pays to try anywhere but call yourself a drag to call for so they're always there possible please and something else to consider too if you really strike out on restaurant there are the major grocery stores there catering department they're taking orders you know all through October November for Turkey dinners that they do that they sell involved or individually and they may well have some orders were people did not show up to pick up or if they need some extra so you made that maybe another week sars there are restaurants that don't take reservations at all and you can't show up for that and that includes like the buffet and the four star that does that thanksgiving dinner at highlighting the hotel and casino so you can just show up there you know there are other places that are open like the Miller can support I don't think they do who are a Turkey dinner but you know you can get out of there so those are possibilities to nail the packing house on the south that they have something interesting they have a drive through or you can get the Turkey dinner or two with you just better if you're dining hello or if it's just a few or tree or something and you just need a few dinners both don't have to be ordered in advance so you can go to the drive through at the packing house which is unlike me and get your dinner that way yeah that's something I was on aware of where you literally can drive through and just get a dinner for two or or or right or whatever right yeah that is unique as far as I know I can't think of another place that has the drive through Turkey dinner but you know the youth there drive through on Friday fish fry so baby clothes that that drive through on thanksgiving day for a Turkey dinner which is pretty cool most memorable thanksgiving dinner you ever had Carol oh my gosh you know I I would say it's just it's probably at the one where all my family was together and yet you know people leave our allies and you just have to celebrate that find that you have and really if yeah if your dinner is a disaster if you're you know you forgot the thought the Turkey or something right or or you forgot you make your reservation there are grocery stores that are open going to get anything it's a matter of what you eat really it's that you're all together enjoy the day and you know what if nothing else this is gonna make a fabulous story for next year or the next time you dine out it'll be like yes what happened to our thanksgiving and you know what life goes on but just enjoy the day as much as you can it really isn't about the food it's about the family and the people you're with why don't stress out if you're cooking at home or if you own the dinner that you went out for isn't exactly as you envision don't stress out about it enjoy other people and just enjoy yourself that's what it's all about Joe I have to ask you because we're trying about last minute thanksgiving obviously today in a lot of people back in October made the reservations but what's the next big event that we want to make reservations for not in three or four weeks but right now if you were going out to your safe would you make your reservations tomorrow on Black Friday yeah it couldn't hurt you know a lot of places aren't quite sure what they're doing it necessarily are they haven't announced it yet but if you if you have a favorite place where it would just to distract you if you couldn't get in there go ahead and make that reservation and really know a lot of people eat out for Christmas as well don't wait if you are if there if you have a big crowd is that you have to take are you really have to go at a specific time do not wait make your reservation as soon as possible well Carol the toll of from the Milwaukee journal Sentinel it is a pleasure to talk with you today and have a happy thanksgiving you too at the end everyone out there I don't think I'm a good listener overnight it takes practice for more than one hundred years.

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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I mention the new poll this is Wisconsin swing state truck carried it in twenty sixteen Hillary did not set foot in Wisconsin because she gets new with such a blue state she had it she could marshal her energy and her money elsewhere and that's exactly what she did one of the many reasons you got crushed wait a minute it was a Russian box it wasn't Hillary a just assuming that don from such a joke that nobody would vote for him no no no no it was all the Russian box we're talking about the Russian botanist seconds well this is a market pull just came out today now you trump haters you may have some difficulty with this so I'm urging you to turn down the radio for the next a minute or so or pull over to the side of the road because you're probably gonna wreck your car when you hear this news support for impeachment has slipped in Wisconsin but that's not to be quote this is the Milwaukee journal Sentinel and for the first time says the Sentinel Donald Trump has surged ahead of all four top democratic rivals in potential head to head matchups I kid you not he's a at all make trump president of America all four major perspective rivals are you hi.

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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Some of the battleground including Wisconsin and and that shouldn't be too surprising when you think back to what happened the twenty sixteen election and Donald Trump lost the popular vote by a couple points but he won you know key states like Wisconsin Michigan Pennsylvania by less than a point so back then there was like a two or three point gap between the national vote and the vote in the most important electoral state and we're kind of being that persist in Wisconsin his approval rating has consistently been about three points higher you know like mid forties then it has been in the average of the national polls were in the low forties is that enough then carry him that's the question how it's Lee but it could be I mean that you know obviously if the national landscape ship against him to get out at a certain point you know he's not gonna be able to top it out in the battleground states because they're you know they are part of the national landscape they're not you know they're not operating in a vacuum but he does have some room to maneuver here at the national landscape is similar to what it was in terms of the popular vote in twenty sixteen then absolutely you know he could kind of you know do the inside straight and and you know carry enough clothes battleground states to win the electoral college that certainly one plausible scenario speaking creek Gilbert Washington bureau chief for the Milwaukee journal Sentinel part of the USA today network he's written a piece entitled wall trump lags badly in some national polls he's for more competitive in key battlegrounds like Wisconsin I thought it was interesting a particular number you use in your story that I hadn't seen before and that's that Democrats might have to win the popular vote by three points or more in twenty twenty to carry the key battleground states what was it like in twenty sixteen can help with that comparison yeah I mean in twenty sixteen president trump you know despite losing the popular vote by more than two point Wisconsin by just under points and he carried Michigan Pennsylvania by less than a point so that was the spread that sort of roughly three point you have between the popular vote and those three so called blue wall St some people think that there could be an even bigger spread on the to the scenario in which president trump could lose the popular vote by more than a little more than three point and still win in the electoral college I mean the thing about the electoral college is it you know when you when states are being decided by such a narrow margin it increases the chances that there's a disconnect between the popular vote and the electoral college outcome because obviously when president trump is super unpopular in some very large and popular states like New York and California that is going to influence the national polls and the national vote but it's not going to necessarily dictate what happened to the state like Wisconsin are these polls accurate enough one year out well no I mean they're they're accurate snapshot not yet some people are you know and with some reason are skeptical across the board of polling I think the polling is still pretty good at a lot of ways overall if again if you don't get hung up on individual polls a few you know try to ignore the out wire poles in the bad quality told the polling is totally legit but it's just a snapshot in the course you know you can't say it enough times that we don't have a democratic nominee yet so that I think it that's why it's important to watch president trump's approval rating because that's historically been a really good indicator but even there you know he's shown that you know a lot of people think that he could outperform his approval rating in the end if he's up against the democratic nominee like you at last and it ends up with really I negative things creek creek Gilbert Washington bureau chief for the Milwaukee journal Sentinel.

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'Tent City' occupants proclaim self-worth at town hall

Dan O'Donnell

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

'Tent City' occupants proclaim self-worth at town hall

"Jessie Garcia writing in the Milwaukee journal Sentinel tent city occupants proclaim self worth at town hall now you tell me if this is biased at all in writing respectful caring loving strong hopeless this is help occupants of tent city describe themselves Thursday evening during a town hall style meeting at the sprawling and campus in downtown the like yeah they really did hold a town hall meeting tattered and tired looking one by one under this I seven ninety four overpass at north six then west quite bored streets they declared their worth to a world they say is too quick to judge this is a news story this is an editorial this is a news

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"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:27 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee journal sentinel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I were just talking about that here how many correlate it really is I mean it's it's so many. yeah yeah it's unbelievable how it ties together well it's kind of fun today to to talk about it too because we're excited that football season is back but to so many players have gone through retirement two and one of the interesting things that so we talked about as we were preparing this week show some of the former players that we all grew up with and all got to know what it was is actually Brett farb who retired several years ago you might remember that he admitted recently to the Milwaukee journal Sentinel Keith that he let himself get out of shape and he kind of grew this retirement bod what do you actually started retirement listen to what he had to say the first year year and a half I didn't do anything the raw and I got the two fifty and so I actually ran a five K. which is I heard about five days I never even thought about one one but I actually didn't know what a five K. Willis I knew it was somewhere around three mine. and my wife and several of her training buddies are running a five K. here in town for one local churches and she said we drop us off and picks up where we finish as I said sure so on the way over I said I'm a wrong with you guys I made it seventy yards honestly maybe seventy yards and I thought I was going to die. so he goes to run in the mail to barely able to run it you know a partial five K. but I think this is a an important point for the people you work with when you're retired your life shouldn't stop because you can grow old pretty quickly yeah they just mention that and we want to dwell too much on on in negativity and get old and all that but it does happen fast and you got to realize the different phases of your life in retirement it into going to happen fast and it's just natural it doesn't matter it happens to everybody you could still be in incredible shape of sixty or sixty five or seventy but your bones are more brittle your your energy level is lower its chest natural and you're not going to be able to do the same thing you did you not gonna be able to work that second job you're not going to have the energy to do it's a don't count on those types of things to do the proper planning early on in your life and create the retirement income stream in and create the tax strategies and investor money tactically then you won't have to basically pick an audible later in life and try to find another way to make money absolutely and that goes back to planning with the right person to that's the next take away from the game here on today's list not to work with the fiduciary who's truly on your team actually we caught up with hall of fame coach Mike Ditka a few years ago who admitted there a lot of stories out there today about players who ended up bankrupt even with their big paychecks but he says they are trying to fix that in the league today we know that everybody today in this in this time and in sports has an age that agent has to have their best interests at heart and at best interest is is for them to invest their money put him on a budget put a minor they can only take so much out of what they're interested in best so you got to really have a financial adviser and I think that's the most important thing an athlete can do now some people come to you after they've been burned by other advisers in the past Keith so how important is it to ask the right questions of your adviser and how do we know if they're actually working in our best interest yeah William starts off working with a fiduciary that's become really prevalent the last couple years almost everybody nowadays knows to ask are you a fiduciary member if you're working with anybody. anybody who works for a bank or brokerage firm they're not a fiduciary okay lost says they recounted to the lowest form based on the law and the bank or brokerage firms they voted against a fiduciary role and they don't allow their advisors to be if you share the individual maybe one but if they're working for the bank or brokerage firm they're not working in the capacity of an individual fiduciary so therefore they are not and I guess I have to explain this over and over again if you working with any of the banks or brokerage firms they do not have your best interests in mind there is lots of added fees there they can make markets in the stocks they're selling you they can there's a million things I could do that or not in your best interests that are in the firm's interests and that's why they voted against a Fisher right yeah and the way I am a fiduciary wanted yes I I it would have been for many many years and I was amazed and surprised to find out just a few years ago that not everybody was I really thought before the law came into effect and then was revoked because it was over in that everybody was I was amazed that that not everybody as well this might be an eye opener to for some of our listeners today key so it's a good time to remind the we're doing a very special offer for ten of our callers today for a free advanced portfolio in tax strategy analysis it's a fifteen hundred dollar value but for the first ten colors today it's free and keep the set analysis is really unique it's very unique not for everybody Jen is designed for people in retirement or their retirement red zone some of those a sizeable nest egg they want to protect it but they still want to see it grow you know there's a lot to it but what actually goes into that free advanced analysis you know first of all we will teach you how to pay less taxes and retirement with a forward looking investment tax strategy but it's really an advanced analysis of your portfolio we dig into your nest egg really look at those scientific metrics that you need to be properly using so you're getting the best returns with the least risk possible image after fees also make sure that you're always having a tactical portfolio never buying holder by in 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Americas Two Largest Newspaper Chains To Merge

Business Wars Daily

04:31 min | 3 years ago

Americas Two Largest Newspaper Chains To Merge

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney leabeau's. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p._b._a. Dot com slash b w daily the <music> from wondering i'm david brown and this is business wars daily on this tuesday august thirteenth the american newspaper the paper industry has been consolidating rapidly for the last fifteen years and shedding journalism jobs as it goes now that consolidation is moving even faster last tweak the parent company of gatehouse media which owns four hundred newspapers announced it will acquire gannett for one point four billion dollars gatehouse in get at are the two biggest newspaper chains in the country. Now they'll become one. It'll keep the gannett name. That's a smart business move. The gannett brand is familiar to many of us. The flagship of its two hundred fifteen papers is u._s._a. Today it also owns the detroit free press tennessee in nashville and hundreds of smaller smaller local papers like the chillicothe gazette in ohio the new giant news organization. We'll have a presence in forty seven states and reach one hundred twenty twenty five million unique visitors according to the washington post one reason behind creating such a mammoth business is to fend off ad sales competition from facebook doc in google which together are expected to bring in fifty one percent of all digital ad dollars. This year predicts the research organization emarketer michael read c._e._o. Gate houses parent company said the merger is intended to quoting here reposition both companies for long term growth and importantly to support quality journalism it will do so in part by focusing on growing digital subscriptions but that long-term financial growth will also come from gate houses traditional method cost-cutting cutting executives have announced that they intend to shrink expenses by two hundred seventy five to three hundred million dollars. That's a large amount considering the size of the deal report the wall street journal. It'll need to impart to pay debt on the high interest loan. The parent company's taking to finance this acquisition more than two thousand. One hundred newspapers newspapers have closed since two thousand four that according to a study by the university of north carolina with this new merger reporters and editors all over the country are bracing for more layoffs. Still some local news leaders see the dealers good news. George stanley editor of nets milwaukee journal sentinel is one of the optimists lists in an email to the news industry trade publication pointer stanley said he believes the experienced gannett exacts who will run the merged company support local news just as he says the news that is essential to our democracy but may well be but it appears challenging as already thin news staffs centipede shrinking even more the deal should close by the end of the year if regulators and shareholders approved in the meantime industry observers are looking to mcclatchy newspapers newspapers and tribune company as the next possible newspaper tie up as the consolidation rolls on from wondering this is business daily. He listened to like our show. Take a second to give us a five star rating and a review on apple podcast. Would you really helps new listener spy and for that we are so. I'm david brown back with you tomorrow. Hello this episode is brought to you by centro. Online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online and from pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Doc send envelopes flats packages right from your p._c. And you were back to business in no time. Try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit p._b. Dot com slash b w daily that's p._b. Dot com slash b w daily.

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Brightest comet of 2018 to pass the closest to Earth in December

Jeff Wagner

00:22 sec | 4 years ago

Brightest comet of 2018 to pass the closest to Earth in December

"Seventh comet named after a Wisconsin astronomer will soon streak past earth and be the brightest comet of the year, Milwaukee journal sentinel reports that comment forty six P word CNN were will fly by earth this week. It will be one of the closest comet fly by Cincinnati. Fifties the communists aimed after Carl workman who first spotted the comet back in

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Community distressed, divided after photo of Baraboo boys' alleged Nazi salute goes viral

John Williams

09:35 min | 4 years ago

Community distressed, divided after photo of Baraboo boys' alleged Nazi salute goes viral

"Now was that the boys waving to their parents, give them a high five or was that the boys giving a Nazi salute. It sure looks like a Nazi salute. This happened some time ago, but the internet finally found it caught up with it. It's gone viral. And now literally newspapers around the world are talking about what's happening in Baraboo. They had a school board meeting this week to talk about it. And throughout that town, even at a town rally on Tuesday. The people have gathered to say, this is not us. In fact, one of the moms said, I hope that the picture of us at this rally. Promoting love gets the same amount of attention as the picture of the boys. Well, that's not gonna happen. I mean, you can find a picture if you want, but that's not going viral. And the Milwaukee journal sentinel reporter Anita Johnson wrote a long story about this. She's the K through twelve reporters. So she covers the education beat for the newspaper to the north. And she joins us now on WGN radio. Hi, Anita sits, John. How are you? I'm good. Thanks. How are you? Thanks for having me. Likewise. I'm glad you were able to join us. I guess the sixty four dollar question remains what was the intent of the boys or the photographer? Do we have an answer to that? Yet. Well, the has said that his intention was to get them to wave to their parents. Could we heard that about twenty four hours after this all started erupting online? We haven't really we had a few statements that have appeared on television news or online from the boys in which we're getting sort of mixed messages about what was happening. I don't think anyone has come out and said we intended to do and Nazi salute. But that has certainly been the impression did you. The single had been left with school administrators. I mean, they've surely talked to some of these kids, what's their view of this. We've repeatedly tried to reach them are they I, you know, I think they're in crisis mode. I think they have not communicated with us other than some canned statements. We got a statement yesterday that was a day. Three statement we received with an apology. It was a public apology, but the superintendent, and she essentially said, regardless of the details of the photo or the intentions in the hearts of those involved the truth is that this is an image. That has she said rightly been described as hateful, frightening and disappointing. I did ask her to clarify that. I don't like to have to read between the lines. I interpreted the right lead has been described as as her saying that's that. She believes that. This looks like a Nazi salute. But again without that clarification from her. I I can't be one hundred percent sure she didn't respond to your query about that. So while she said, it's it's rightly being interpreted as hateful, you don't wanna read between the lines. And I think that's wise. If you there's this young man, Jordan blue who said that we knew what was going on. Everybody was being funny by giving the Nazi salute. But he wouldn't do it. But again, one of the other boys a couple of them have since said, he said give us a high five, and we all gave him a high five, and that's all it was, you know, what's also interesting to me is the lag time here. I just can't imagine what it's like for anybody associated with their say, the parents or the kids themselves to several months later, all of the sudden, they go. Hey, remember that picture we took guess what we're we are in national conversation right now that must be so I dunno upsetting to these parents either. Because there. Kids were so hateful or upsetting to the parents because their kids aren't bad kids. This is being taken out of context. You know what I mean? Well, there has been some discussion about how this is a group photo that was taken on the steps of the courthouse before prom. And it is we have been told to parents were behind the photographer parents were there and could see it. I did see one news account where apparent apparently yelled at the kids after they did it then this photographs up online or on his website, the photographers website for awhile. So there's been some discussion about so why why do we, you know, how could this be up there for months, and nobody care nobody suggest to be taken down. Nobody raise a question about it. And only when it was it was actually mine standing of how this even broke. It was a blogger out of New York who posted on Twitter and said, you know, can can somebody explain to me how it is this entire class of kids looks like they're throwing up. Nazi salutes. And and it just exploded after that. So let it came down. And what just adds a little more context to it. Maybe is that you've got these kids, and maybe coincidentally they all had their arms locked as they were giving a high five to their mom and dad, and it wasn't a Nazi salute. That's hard to believe. Right. But I mean, that's that's what they're telling us happened. Okay. Maybe so, but what's really hard to understand that is why the other kid front and center in that photograph has the white nationalist. Okay. Symbol in his hand. It's it's a weird way to to pose your fingers, you you you when you see the photo that's not the way somebody normally rest their hands or poses in a photograph. But he's throwing next to one kid doing the Nazi salute the white nationalist symbol now. Wow. What a coincidence guys. Because that that really looks bad doesn't it? Well, I hope you have someone monitoring your Email because you will now be inundated with folks to will lecture you about how that has nothing to do with white nationalist movements. And how this is just a a a tall. So so what I had to do is go and educate myself about how that symbol has been sort of co-opted, and I would suggest going you can look up the southern poverty Law Center and also the AD L both of those have really good explainers about that symbol and how it's used. And how is it has it has it can mean other things, but it also has been co opted by white nationalist the question that people raises why then isn't that wildly coincidental? That that it's happening at the very same time his friends appear to be. Throwing up. Nazi? Yeah. Anita Johnson writes for the Milwaukee journal sentinel. She covers the education beat one of the thing about this. And he said, I'll let you go. But. Is there any other history at the school with these individuals or with the photographer because here's the kind of guy. I am in ISA. I when we asked our listeners yesterday, I want to believe that the kids thought it was funny. But they really didn't appreciate the gravity of it. Is there any history of again with any of the people? I just mentioned with them flirting with this subject in any other way. Well, I I want to go back to something you said about the gravity of it. And I think when you look at that picture, there might be some kids in there who don't know what's going on or they're they're sort of trying to figure it out. And maybe it's been suggested that some of these are kind of behavior where they just follow along. But they don't really understand the significance. You know until we did as kids. We don't really know what each person's intention was there. This is not unique to Baraboo, but you know, there are racial tensions and probably every community in America. And Baraboo isn't. The only one I've been talking to a parent whose child has struggled there. I there was a story from two thousand twelve aware where the principal had to address the proliferation of confederate flags in the school parking lot. And there were complaints to the school about how that was intimidating some minority students again, it's not unique to Baraboo. But I do think they have struggled some issues. Yeah. Seven hundred people nowadays are jumping to conclusions and trying to make something out of nothing. Well, I sounded like that yesterday. Then I went back and looked at the pictures, some more, and I found myself getting angrier, and sort of hardening my view on this. But I, but again, maybe none of this. I guess ultimately is fair until we hear more from the kids. There's no other video or photograph. I mean, if that's the case, then this'll be the first time in the history of the world that that many people have cell phones didn't

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Louisville police brace for clash between Occupy ICE and militia group

Red Eye Radio

02:45 min | 4 years ago

Louisville police brace for clash between Occupy ICE and militia group

"A former marquette university professor can go back to his teaching job there wisconsin supreme court ruling in favor of professor john mcadams who says he was fired over a blog post he wrote in two thousand fourteen to get rid of troublesome faculties are who air the dirty linen their institutions mcadam speaking exclusively with wtmj marquette's legal counsel ralf weber tells us the university will abide by the court's decision but says mcadams wasn't fired for blonde posts a tenured professor put a grad student's name and contact information on the internet so that people could go after her that's cyberbullying that's not academic freedom mike spaulding wtmj news the milwaukee sheriff's department is asking for the public's help in searching for a suspect after a woman reported being sexually assaulted in mccarty in west allis thursday night the suspect is described as a black male around thirty years old short hair and goatee if you have any information on this incident please contact the sheriff's department friday's jobs report celebrated with house speaker paul ryan speaks in wisconsin he's campaigning for state senator leia look near who is challenging us senator tammy baldwin people are going back to work companies are moving back to america the military is being rebuilt we are getting it right and we're putting could judges on the bench all over the place ryan speaking at a campaign rally in p walkie this evening getting ready for possible trouble saturday over immigration that being the police in louisville kentucky's says abc's chuck's iverson the militia group the three percenters is planning counter demonstrations as protesters outside the ice officers planned to call for the abolishment of federal immigration police we have good information that some of those planets demonstrate intend to bring guns which is their right as kentucky law allows for people to carry firearms louisville metro police chief steve conrad says they'll also look for two by fours that are being used as a signpost large sticks or other items that could pose a danger some streets would be blocked chuck sivertsen abc news secretary of state mike pompeo was north korea to work on how and win the country will start the process of denuclearization president trump and north korean leader kim jong un set the goal of denuclearization of the korean peninsula during their summit last month pump has been meeting with north korean officials in the capital of pyongyang harley davidson morale is high overseas several thousand motorcycle loyalists are gathering in prague this week celebrate all things hd milwaukee journal sentinel writer rick barrett is.

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Video of stun gun on Bucks' guard Brown worries Milwaukee mayor

The Jump

01:51 min | 4 years ago

Video of stun gun on Bucks' guard Brown worries Milwaukee mayor

"The to go with this guy he would have been a number one pig yes everybody's to he doesn't get hurt i wasn't a big injury but think about all the championship teams you've got wrong k the you know when stag jack was sentence on there you had him to nobly you gotta have that those dynamic wing players to win a championship it's this kid especially i i hate that he got hurt because i wanted to world to see what i've seen when he was highest i got a lot of him rachel this too i i can see them going to organize ation is definitely like the knicks and help turn around because kid i from know on him he's real mature and and to make the decision to get healthy to get ready for the league and have the competence do that as a lot about love trae young i he was must see tv everytime played on watch any for the new york and i love the guy but i'm to my perimeter players the the wing swing man i think that's what you need to build around if you want to be a successful team going forward the model for the future it's hard with the injuries like this though because you don't know are you getting joel embiid who had a bunch of early injury problems but everyone would want him on their team now or getting greg oden i mean you just don't know kind of what you're getting there you don't know when capeeze coming back solutely combined even be this entire ranger who knows all right before we go to break i do want to discuss a serious incident involving bucks worke sterling brown according to the milwaukee journal sentinel brown plans to file a civil rights lawsuit against the milwaukee police department for an incident that occurred in january now this started with officers questioning brown about a parking violation and ended with them using a stun gun on him and arresting him the body camera footage of the incident is expected to be released tomorrow and several sources who have.

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Komi, Solicitation and Hillary Clinton discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

02:23 min | 4 years ago

Komi, Solicitation and Hillary Clinton discussed on Vicki McKenna

"The nba all rookie team the celtics jason tatum cow whose mother lakers and the bulls lauri markkanen round out the first team lakers point guard lonzo ball named to the second team the attorney for bucks forward sterling brown is reporter says his client is suing the milwaukee police department following his arrest in january the milwaukee journal sentinel reports brown was not combated during the arrest but police joe's tuesday stun gun on brown brown was never charged the nfl has approved the sale of the carolina panthers to david tepper for two point two seven five billion it is range i mean there's there's there's commentary alone on the presses refusal to report the actual story of the f b i spying on the trump campaign the way it's necessary to report it it is a legal what the fbi did they they got foreign foreign intelligence court surveillance tools to spy on the trump campaign in order to get those tools in order to use those kinds of tools against american citizens you must have evidence of purpose evidence of purposeful clandestine criminal activity on behalf of a foreign power getting george popadopoulos drunk in london and telling him at the russians might have hillary clinton emails and getting him to repeat that is not evidence of purposeful clandestine criminal activity on behalf of a foreign power mets that's what they've got and that was after the fact after they planted the spies in the trump campaign eric o'keefe is on the phone with me right now right now eric the media is trying to make this sound like komi was doing trump a solid by not telling anybody that the fbi was illegally spying on his campaign they're they're gonna have to do better picky they're going to have to do better than that i agree this this is the this is the greatest political scandal in american history it already looks that way by the way i just got an email purporting to be from donald trump so it's it's a solicitation email but still is from his election committee and and just i i'm gonna read it just because it captures a few things in the fact that the president of the united states would have this go out over his name indicates where we are in p people have heard us say some of these things already on the.

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Report: Russia-linked accounts stirred discord in Milwaukee

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

01:40 min | 4 years ago

Report: Russia-linked accounts stirred discord in Milwaukee

"Of tweets found a russian linked accounts sought to spur racial and political discord in wisconsin after a police officers fatal shooting of an african american man sparked riots the milwaukee journal sentinel reporting the accounts that more than thirty tweets during august of two thousand sixteen one of the accounts ten gop was named in a recent federal indictment from special counsel robert muller miami dade police say the death toll now up to six and the collapse of pedestrian bridge at florida international university officials say the operation has turned from rescue to recovery detective elvira zabaleta says they can't release any information yet about the victims he says ten people were initially hospitalized the bridge was not yet open when it collapsed on vehicles that were waiting at a stoplight time for the wtmj drake in associates market update at the opening bell the dow is up forty seven at twenty four thousand nine twenty the nasdaq is up nineteen at seventy five o two and the is up eight at twenty seven fifty five the wtmj five day forecast partly cloudy today high thirty five along the lake up to forty inland could see a few sprinkles or flurries tonight let under twenty eight tomorrow becoming sunny forty two lakeside fortyseven inland beautiful sunday sunny and warm up to fifty monday partly sunny forty for the high tuesday partly sunny and a high of thirty seven in delhi field it's nineteen pleasant prairie twentyseven in milwaukee we're at twenty three degrees i'm jane matenaer newsradio wtmj alfred lord tennyson wrote in the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love i think all elfriede would've loved the cutler wedge feature from penny monster her fake for snuggle bunnies bunnies like an oversized chair attached to.

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