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Could Roe v. Wade Truly Be Over? How Will the Left Respond?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | Last month

Could Roe v. Wade Truly Be Over? How Will the Left Respond?

"Intensity behind this issue is really something, isn't it? Look, I'm very passionately pro life, obviously. I don't believe in the 1 million plus abortions that happen every single year in our country. I think that's a very simple and moderate perspective. But regardless of your opinions on this on abortion, I'm sure some of you are pro choice and our audience had a lot of you, but okay, that's an opinion out there. This does not outlaw abortion. The simply brings it back to the states. And so, but yet it's such an important part of the Democrat political machine that they have to be able to terminate children in the womb that they found themselves to upend the entire history of the United States Supreme Court leaking this document and trying to create mass protests and media backlash. Look, it's not too far to say, in fact, it's not, it's not on shaky footing to say that the United States Supreme Court is now going to be threatened by activists and media members. You're going to see nonstop New York Times articles. Leak represents a chance for court to correct their draft. This is their last ditch effort to try and preserve abortion in some states like Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky. This is now what they're focusing on.

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Hurricane Ida Knocks out Power to New Orleans

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Hurricane Ida Knocks out Power to New Orleans

"Of Louisiana after Hurricane Ida. I don't have a generator. I am in the dark. She's in material. Louisiana. Ida is now a tropical storm and is just passing through Jackson, Mississippi as it heads north. There have been many water rescues along the Gulf Coast. Sheriff Joe Le Pido was with Jefferson Parish and says some wanted to stay back as long as they're okay and not needing assistance. We were not going to force them and put them in a boat to bring him back, But there are other people that obviously not in that situation, so we're making sure we're getting all of them out. First workers from the F D N Y and NYPD are heading to the area to help and President Biden says federal help is headed to the area to More than 5000. Members of your National Guard has been activated from Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Texas to support search and rescue and recovery efforts. Only one death was blamed on the storm. FEMA says power could remain out for weeks CBS News Special

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Hurricane Ida Slams Louisiana, Forces Mississippi River to Reverse Flow

the NewsWorthy

01:43 min | 10 months ago

Hurricane Ida Slams Louisiana, Forces Mississippi River to Reverse Flow

"One of the most powerful storms to ever hit the. Us made landfall over the weekend. Hurricane ida directly hit port fouchane louisiana with one hundred and fifty mile an hour winds flooding rain in life threatening storm surges. That were more than seven feet above normal. The storm ripped the roofs off homes businesses and at least one hospital it snapped trees and power lines flooded streets and left more than a million electricity customers in the dark. In fact the entire city of new orleans lost power the winds were so strong they reverse the flow of the mississippi river near new orleans something the us geological survey calls extremely uncommon only four stronger storms in history of ever hit the mainland. Us and as of early this morning hurricane ida has weakened a little but it is still packing hurricane strength as it moves inland tornado. Watches have also been issued for parts of louisiana mississippi alabama and florida. For a lot of people this is all too familiar ida hit on the exact same date as historically devastating hurricane katrina sixteen years ago. I came ashore about forty five miles west of where katrina first struck land but the area was more prepared. This time since katrina hit newer stronger more sophisticated levees were built to hold back storms. Like this and it seems they've been able to hold up this time much better than the ones that failed following katrina more than eighteen. Hundred people died after katrina. This time. it's too early to know what the human toll may be. Hundreds of thousands of people evacuated ahead of hurricane ida but not everyone got out so there are twenty one search and rescue teams from about fifteen different states ready to find survivors as soon as the storm calms down the federal emergency management agency or fema also sending more than two thousand emergency workers hundreds of extra ambulances and millions of meals and leaders of water. We should also get a better idea of the overall damage. Once the sun comes up

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards says emergency preparedness officials are watching for the formation of Claudette rainfall. Now what, actually have a bigger impact, then you would expect Forecasters say the tie or the storm will likely come ashore west of New Orleans tomorrow morning and then head towards Georgia. A six year old boy from Michigan is out to save the monarch Butterflies ABC. Sherry Preston says young Liam wants to be a scientist who studies moths and butterflies when he grows up, But right now he wants to help the endangered monarchs, which migrate from Canada to Mexico every year. So Liam put together packets of milkweed seeds and email them to people and groups all over the country. 500 packets went out. There's more still online. The butterflies lay their eggs on milkweed plants during their migration. Liam's project on Facebook is called Amigos for Monarchs. I love that crash in East L. A on the 60. That's going to be in the westbound side of the sixties. Approaching the 7 10 freeway. Looks like the right. Three lanes are still shut down here, so things are going to be really busy as you're coming away from Paramount. If you're heading along the 91 eastbound side of Pioneer Boulevard got crash here taking away the off ramp, so things are slowing down as you're approaching. And then if you're heading along the 91, he's further ahead. In between You quit and harbor it looks like the left lane is still kind of ConEd off here because of an earlier crash. The things are pretty slow coming away from Valley view if you make it a ride along The five North end side between Lake views and Templin Highway. The left lane is kind of forcing Caltrans work. Also problems just popping up in South Gates up on 7 10 Firestone where crash has the left lane taken away, so things are going to be slow. They're coming away from Atlantic ended up ahead. 77 10 at Willow and Long Beach. Got a stalled car in the far right lane to watch for delays. They're coming away from the 405. If I and this guy helps get you there faster. I'm.

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Tropical Threat Takes Aim at Gulf Coast

Rush Limbaugh

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Tropical Threat Takes Aim at Gulf Coast

"A tropical system is expected to bring heavy rain store. Serge and coastal flooding to the northern Gulf coast through the weekend. A tropical storm warning is in effect for parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards issuing a state of emergency due to the potential weather

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Red States on US Electoral Map Lagging on Vaccinations

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Red States on US Electoral Map Lagging on Vaccinations

"There are differences in how states are responding to covert nineteen vaccination opportunities and the differences resemble America's electoral map vaccination numbers from the U. S. centers for disease control fine states that tend to vote democratic are at the top of the list in terms of the percentage of adults in those states who've gotten at least one Colbert shot at the bottom of the list five Republican leaning states including Mississippi Alabama and Louisiana a recent poll by the Associated Press NO RC center finds Republicans were three times as likely as Democrats to say they probably or definitely will not get vaccinated more than one hundred ninety eight million coronavirus shots have been administered nationwide but New Delhi infections have risen about eleven percent over the past two weeks with many states lifting their health restrictions I am Jackie Quinn

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Hurricane Zeta hits Louisiana as strong Category 2 storm

Balance of Power

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Hurricane Zeta hits Louisiana as strong Category 2 storm

"Has has has has has has has has been been been been been been been been hit with its fifth named Storm of the year, this one named Zeta because we've pretty much run out of names. Strong winds have left over a million people without power in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards is particularly focused on the southeast of his state. Because this was primarily a wind event has was predicted. There are lots of power outages across southeast Louisiana. So put this storm in perspective. We welcome Now Creek Fugue, a former administrator of FEMA. During his tenure, he organized recovery efforts for a record 87 count of 87 disasters in 2011 alone. So, Craig, thanks so much for being back with us. Give us some perspective on this particular storm of Zeta before we move on to the larger perspective. The governor said. It was mainly AH wind event. We didn't see a lot of heavy rainfall move fast. So really, the recovery is damaged roofs and power outages on it's not just in Louisiana, you'll get parentage is always to Atlanta from this storm. Is that easier to him in there? No, never easy, But is that easier to deal with one of these big drenching rains that comes on onshore just sits there. Yeah, It's never easy, but the difference is they'll have a pretty good idea of damages. They get back in most of these areas. And the big driver of much of this is going to be getting the power back on. So is it my imagination, Or has there been an awful lot of storms this year? They say we're to Zeta. I don't remember getting dizzy before. Has been busy, and it's really the number of landfalling hurricanes we're seeing. Ah, they were close to tying the record for Landfalling storms on Louisiana's much like Florida's been hit multiple times in one year and correspondingly in election years. It was in 2000 for We'll

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Hurricane Zeta, now Category 2, forecast to pass over New Orleans

Sean Hannity

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Zeta, now Category 2, forecast to pass over New Orleans

"Zeta expected to make landfall soon in Louisiana as a Category two storm, we do expect Hurricane Zeta to continue Suppose the greatest threat because of wind Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards says New Orleans could get wind damage to Zeta could also push up to 9 Ft. Of Storm surge inland. The hurricane warning extends from Morgan City to the Mississippi Alabama line, a region already hammered by summer hurricanes and flood destruction.

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Antitrust and privacy concerns. Lawmakers are looking into potentially passing more rigorous regulation, something the CEO's Warren would threaten online speech. Lisa Thanks chair it Hurricane Zeta expected to make landfall soon in Louisiana as a Category two storm. We do expect Hurricane Zeta to continue Suppose the greatest threat because of wind Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards says New Orleans could get wind damage to Zeta could also push up to 9. Ft. Of Storm Surge Inland Hurricane warning extends from Morgan City to the Mississippi Alabama line, a region already hammered by summer hurricanes and flood destruction. A gloomy day on Wall Street. The Dow dropping 943 points more than 3% on covert related concerns. America's listening to Fox News If you think we're just four wheels and a grill, think again. The Jeep Grand Cherokee redefines freedom. What really makes cheap. It's finding the perfect balance between luxury and adventure without ever compromising, strutting across the country to see your family to make new memories. So what makes Jeep You do cheap. There's only one registered trademark of the U. S policy. Is your business looking to cut costs without cutting employee benefits? If so, consider one of the many health plans from UnitedHealthcare with benefits like virtual weight loss, coaching and Dr Video chats. Plus, these plans may help lower your health benefit costs by up to 21%. See how much your company may save.

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Hundreds of thousands still without power in Sally cleanup

WBZ Morning News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Hundreds of thousands still without power in Sally cleanup

"And a hurricane watches issued for coastal Texas as tropical storm beta gain strength in the Gulf Coast. Meanwhile, the cleanup continues from the storm. That was Sally Hundreds of thousands of people in the Southeast. We'll spend the weekend without power is the cleanup and damage assessment from Hurricane Sally gets underway. The storms winds blew a huge oak tree on the Mary Helter Brands home near Mobile. Alabama was sleeping in the living room, and all of a sudden we just heard something sounded like a bomb Rivers are running high from coastal areas of Mississippi, Alabama in the Florida Panhandle. North and east of Southern Virginia. Because of Sally's torrential

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on KOMO

"Have an offer on the table, a TTE some point when they decide that they want to live better lives. I believe that they'll engaged but you know we can't want peace for them and for their people more than they want it for themselves. Hurricane Sally spinning toward a collision with the Gulf Coast right now, the storm expected to make landfall along the Mississippi Alabama border early tomorrow, Forecasters say isolated areas could see 2 Ft. Of rain. The storm's outer bands already affecting a large part of the Gulf Coast. Huge areas of the West consumed by wildfire. ABC is Kaylee Hartung is in Smoky West Portland, Oregon was wildfires have taken the lives of at least 27 people in just the last week nine here in Oregon, this is about 28 major fires are burning in the state of California. And on Wall Street at this hour, the Dow up 176 points. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed the CO Mo Morning news. It's 802 right now A foggy and smoky Tuesday morning here in Western Washington, and some badly needed rain in an area stretching from about the South Hill of Puyallup toward Bonney Lake and up into the Cascades 61 degrees in Seattle right now, along with Greg Herschel time, Madam Factor. Here are the top stories from the camo 24 7 news Center, while our air quality alert has been extended until noon on Thursday now When we get more from comas, Carleen Johnson. Now the forecasting models projected. The bit of rain we've had would really help clear the air. But the technology for forecasting smoke is pretty knew. The latest is expect another couple days of hazy skies, unhealthy air and temperatures not really budging. As the sun's heat remains up there somewhere you may have gotten the air quality alert on your smartphone, and that's going to beach. Thursday at noon, you jump, atmospheric sciences professor Cliff Mass. Told our partners Station K V I. Climate change is not to blame for the fires and the smoke. Climate change really doesn't have a large impact on the Flyers.

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All 12 casinos on Mississippi's Gulf Coast ordered closed

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

All 12 casinos on Mississippi's Gulf Coast ordered closed

"The U. S. Gulf coast is bracing for flooding and wind damage from the approaching hurricane Sally hurricane Sally continues gaining strength from the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico national hurricane center director Ken Graham says it could make landfall late Tuesday or early Wednesday along the Mississippi Alabama line with winds around a hundred ten miles an hour and because this storm is moving so slowly Alabama Mississippi Gulf coast some areas here in Jackson County forecasting fifteen to twenty inches of rain and a storm surge as high as eleven feet in some areas prompting mac McLaughlin and his neighbors and kill Mississippi to seek higher ground I just don't want to be here when the waters that David be stranded that would be smart several cars have already been swept away by seawater at Alabama's Dauphin island Mississippi's gaming commission has ordered all twelve coastal casinos to close I'm Jackie Quinn

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Two tropical systems could threaten Gulf Coast

Todd Schnitt

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Two tropical systems could threaten Gulf Coast

"People People live live near near the the Gulf Gulf of of Mexico, Mexico, keeping keeping an an eye to tropical systems. Tropical Storm Laura, which is now over the Leeward Island, the tropical depression 14, which is likely to become a tropical storm, Marco. If both storms don't fall apart over the weekend, Laura is forecast ahead toward the central Gulf Coast near Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and the Western Florida Panhandle. The other system could head for Texas Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner saying Storm preparations are already underway.

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Extreme weather spells trouble for Gulf Coast oysters

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Extreme weather spells trouble for Gulf Coast oysters

"Along the northern shores of the Gulf of Mexico wasters live in coastal estuaries or saltwater and freshwater meet mix. The? Don's wanted the Mississippi. Alabama, see grant, consortium, says the shellfish require water that salty, but not too salty. So, it's kind of like goldilocks washes really looking for that perfect location. Really find that water. That's just right. That's where they make their home. But. Climate change is throwing off that balance when heavy rainfall too much fresh water may flow from the Mississippi. River into the Oyster Reef, That short period of time, but if it goes beyond just a few days than it affects their health, and ultimately see mass mortalities of oysters, because freshwater inflow on the other hand when there's not enough rain, the water around oyster beds gets too salty. That allows salt water predators such as snail called the oyster drill to enter Oyster Habitat. This nail can make a hole in the oyster shell. Suck it out in digest it, so swan says as climate change causes precipitation extremes at both ends of the spectrum while Gulf. Coast Oysters may lose the just right goldilocks zone. They need to thrive.

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Tropical Storm Expected To Hit Louisiana This Weekend

Retirement Road Map

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Tropical Storm Expected To Hit Louisiana This Weekend

"Radio well we're less than a week into hurricane season and the third tropical storm is approaching the Gulf coast tropical storm crystal ball is expected to make landfall in Louisiana as early as tomorrow night Jack Bevan a senior hurricane specialist at the national hurricane center in Miami says neighboring states could also feel the storm's impact hello the not have a classic tropical storm or hurricane structure so the second page where the center makes landfall is not going to get the worst impacts likely to occur will put east of where the center makes landfall so you've got the center makes landfall in Louisiana you could please significant impact as far east of Mississippi Alabama western Florida

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"And start supporting American businesses and encourage our governments bring everything back to the United States we don't buy products that we control and we benefit our country lastly I would say that I trust American people in the long run and these polls I do not believe and I think the democratic delusions are gonna bury them November the third of this year net American people in Michigan and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin cannot stand what's happening because they've lost their constitutional rights with the best of intentions some of the worst things that happened in the world it is when those who rule us act as if they're doing it for our better better angels when in fact we don't want things done when they tell us I'm doing this for you you're too stupid to make decisions on your own behalf I will make them for you and we can't have that but once again Brigette gable got to go and your website is act for America and it's always a great pleasure to have you on and all I always say we get the government we deserve and we deserve the government that we have if you live in Michigan and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin and Kentucky those are areas of this nation that that are just drowning in rules and regulations and edicts if you live in Ohio if you live in if you live in Florida if you live in Mississippi Alabama Georgia taxes you're in a much better part of this country well we got around and once again Brigitte Gabriel thank you for coming on the bill Cunningham show and my friend will do it again thank you very much and it's a pleasure thank you and god bless America let's continue with more aligned becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven I have a belief that the democratic delusions will bury them in twenty twenty what's happening I have that sense do you share it with me bill Cunningham with you every Sunday night at the top and bottom of every hour any time it breaks.

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The United States we don't buy products that we control and we benefit our country lastly I would say that I trust the American people in the long run and these polls I do not believe and I think the democratic delusions are gonna bury them November the third of this year net American people in Michigan and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin cannot stand what's happening because they've lost their constitutional rights with the best of intentions some of the worst things that happened in the world it is when those who rule us act as if they're doing it for our better better angels when in fact we don't want things done when they tell us I'm doing this for you you're too stupid to make decisions on your own behalf I will make them for you we can't have that but once again Brigette gable got to go and your website is act for America and it's always a great pleasure to have you on and all I always say we get the government we deserve and we deserve the government that we have if you live in Michigan and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin and Kentucky those are areas of this nation that that are just drowning in rules and regulations and edicts if you live in Ohio if you live in if you live in Florida if you live in Mississippi Alabama Georgia taxes you're in a much better part of this country well we got around and once again Brigitte Gabriel thank you for coming on the bill Cunningham show and my friend will do it again thank you very much and it's a pleasure thank you and god bless America let's continue with more aligned becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven I have a belief that the democratic delusions will bury them in twenty twenty what's happening I have that sense do you share it with me bill Cunningham with.

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on KTOK

"Paying an extra few dollars to make sure that our country is safe I want to bring in a lot of people are employed we have to pay the extra few Bucks and it's now up to this point that make Americans to come together and start supporting American businesses and encourage our government to bring everything back to the United States we don't buy products that we control and we benefit our country lastly I would say that I trust the American people in the long run and these polls I do not believe and I think the democratic delusions are gonna bury them November the third of this year net American people in Michigan and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin cannot stand what's happening because they've lost their constitutional rights with the best of intentions some of the worst things that happened in the world it is when those who rule us act as if they're doing it for our better better angels when in fact we don't want things done when they tell us I'm doing this for you you're too stupid to make decisions on your own behalf I will make them for you and we can't have that but once again Brigette gable got to go and your website is act for America and it's always a great pleasure to have you on and all I always say we get the government we deserve and we deserve the government that we have if you live in Michigan and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin and Kentucky those are areas of this nation that that are just drowning in rules and regulations and edicts if you live in Ohio if you live in if you live in Florida if you live in Mississippi Alabama Georgia taxes you're in a much better part of this country well we got around and once again Brigitte Gabriel thank you for coming on the bill Cunningham show and my friend will do it again thank you very much and it's a pleasure thank you and god bless America let's continue with more aligned becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven I have a belief that the democratic delusions will bury them in twenty twenty what's happening I have that sense do you share it with me bill Cunningham with you every Sunday night one thousand Katie okay will curry chief strategy officer at your talk you essays here to tell us how easy it is to switch to pure talk and save up to fifty percent on your monthly cellular service talk USA believed.

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The United States we don't buy products that we called and we benefit our country lastly I would say that I trust American people in the long run and these polls I do not believe and I think the democratic delusions are gonna bury them November the third of this year now the American people in Michigan and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin cannot stand what's happening because they've lost their constitutional rights with the best of intentions some of the worst things that happened in the world it is one those who rule us act as if they're doing it for our better better angels when in fact we don't want things done when they tell us I'm doing this for you you're too stupid to make decisions on your own behalf I will make them for you and we can't have that but once again bridging cable we got to go in now your website is act for America and it's always a great pleasure to have you on and all I always say we get the government we deserve and we deserve the government that we have if you live in Michigan and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin and Kentucky those are areas of this nation that that are just drowning in rules and regulations and edicts if you live in Ohio if you live in if you live in Florida if you live in Mississippi Alabama Georgia taxes you're in a much better part of this country well we got around and once again Brigitte Gabriel thank you for coming on the bill Cunningham show and my friend will do it again thank you very much you my friend thank you and god bless America let's continue with more aligned becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven I have a belief that the democratic delusions will bury them in twenty twenty what's happening I have that sense do you share it with me bill Cunningham with you every Sunday night will curry chief strategy officer at your talk you essays here to tell us how easy it is to switch to pure talk and save up to fifty percent on your monthly cellular service talk USA believed.

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Made in America we have bedded down we are we check them all out and if you know of any company that's not on our list you're listening to us right now he made it so we can do at work and support American businesses and keep the money in our country yeah I'm sure you don't mind I don't mind paying an extra few dollars to make sure that our country is safe I want to bring our people are employed we have to pay the extra few Bucks and it's now up to this point that makes Americans to come together and start supporting American businesses and encourage our government to bring everything back to the United States we don't buy products that we control and we benefit our country lastly I would say that I trust the American people in the long run and these polls I do not believe and I think the democratic delusions are gonna bury them November the third of this year now the American people in Michigan and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin cannot stand what's happening because they've lost their constitutional rights with the best of intentions some of the worst things that happened in the world it is when those who rule us act as if they're doing it for our better better angels when in fact we don't want things done when they tell us I'm doing this for you you're too stupid to make decisions on your own behalf I will make them for you we can't have that but once again Brigette gable got to go in now your website is act for America and it's always a great pleasure to have you on and all I always say we get the government we deserve and we deserve the government that we have if you live in Michigan and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin and Kentucky those are areas of this nation that that are just drowning in rules and regulations and edicts if you live in Ohio if you live in if you live in Florida if you live in Mississippi Alabama Georgia taxes you're in a much better part of this country well we got around and once again Brigitte Gabriel thank you for coming on the bill Cunningham show and my friend will do it again thank you very much and it's a pleasure thank you and god bless America let's continue with more aligned becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven I have a belief that the democratic delusions will bury them in twenty twenty what's happening I have that sense do you share it with me bill Cunningham with you every Sunday night.

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on KGO 810

"A national tragedy which will be so difficult for that and that community and for the entire country really to cope with a given what so many are already dealing with severe storms roared through the Deep South yesterday and overnight several states were under a flash flood warning because of heavy rain and thunderstorms the storms hammered parts of Louisiana Mississippi Alabama Georgia and South Carolina when Christopher Cruz you'll tax problems keeping you up at night hi techs out here from the coast one tax group if you owe ten thousand dollars or more to the I'll wrestle states in back taxes take ten minutes and coal coast one tax group they could save you ninety three percent so more coast one tax group helps people all across America save big amounts of money David from California say forty eight thousand dollars in back taxes James and Lisa from Dallas save one hundred and two thousand dollars cool coast one tax group now at eight eight eight three three seven six nine four nine a ten minute call could save ninety three percent so more so who you going to coal host one tax group that so you see how much you can save the consultation is always free what are you waiting for relieve your text rested I called coast one tax group that's a tight tight three three seven six nine four nine that's eight eight eight three three seven six nine four right it's Jamie progressives number one number two employee leave a message at the paging me it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your archipelagos Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping.

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Thankful for everything that they do for me sales you've wrestled the southeast slammed by a series of tornadoes and thunderstorms on Easter Sunday and this big nasty system is heading east but already had several reports of tornadoes across parts of the Mississippi Alabama some of them could have been significant some pretty significant looking felt across Mississippi earlier not all is moving eastward across the hardest hit areas right now Mississippi Alabama we still do have some tornado threat from the from morning National Weather Service meteorologist Marc Chenard authorities advise following alerts and watch for flash flooding grim statistics of the coronavirus grosses more than one point eight million global infections and one hundred fourteen thousand worldwide deaths here the U. S. five hundred fifty six thousand infections and twenty two thousand deaths America is listening the National Hockey League Baseball wow we're without games no choice but to postpone the game get the only game in town this is a battle we're all going to be in together the change of life saving lives many many lives play by play W. what we know every day and one not a political games are it's time six hundred W. R. E. C. acts games on ninety two point one FM six hundred W. R. E. C. and ninety two point one FM back mode but let us know zero nine we as on Sunday from coast to coast and worldwide on the internet this is coast to coast AM so we're talking about our Germans project paperclip.

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Eight eight four two four thirty one eighty five the sale team wrestled the southeast slammed by a series of tornadoes and thunderstorms on Easter Sunday at this big nasty system is heading east but already had several reports of tornadoes across parts of the Mississippi Alabama some of them could have been significant some pretty significant looking felt across Mississippi earlier not all is moving eastward across the hardest hit areas right now Mississippi and Alabama we still do have some tornado threat under from morning National Weather Service meteorologist Marc Chenard authorities advise following alerts and watch for flash flooding grim statistics of the coronavirus grosses more than one point eight million global infections at one hundred fourteen thousand worldwide deaths here in the US five hundred fifty six thousand infections and twenty two thousand deaths America is listening to pop I live alone and rarely have visitors so when I slipped and fell in the kitchen last month and couldn't get to a phone I knew I was in trouble Hey I could barely move I tried calling for help but no one could hear me as I lay there I couldn't help but think of my kids and grandkids having to go on without me I was terrified it took eight hours for my neighbor to find me it could have been the end of me that's when I knew I needed life alert just one press of the button I am connected to the life alert center where I can get the help I need even when I cannot reach a phone with life alert I'm never alone please call one eight hundred four two three twenty six so three for your free life alert brochure that's one eight hundred four two three twenty six oh three one eight hundred four two three twenty six oh three call for your free life alert brochure today at one eight hundred four two three twenty six oh three my name is corporal Bradley just sites three Kate Weber facing a real challenge I have PTSD and I have PTSD I have PTSD posttraumatic stress disorder can happen to anyone I was still in a war zone in my mind the treatment can turn your life around treatment has really saved my life to learn about PTSD and how treatment can help you call your local VA Medical Center or visit PTSD dot VA dot gov two huge taxes and we did you see.

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Online at student loan help dot org sales he's wrestled the southeast slammed by a series of tornadoes and thunderstorms on Easter Sunday at this big nasty system is heading east but already had several reports of tornadoes across parts of the Mississippi Alabama some of them could have been significant some pretty significant looking felt across Mississippi earlier not all is moving eastward across the hardest hit areas right now Mississippi Alabama we still do have some tornado threatens our morning National Weather Service meteorologist Marc Chenard authorities advise following alerts and watch for flash flooding grim statistics of the coronavirus grosses more than one point eight million global infections and one hundred fourteen thousand worldwide deaths here the US five hundred fifty six thousand infections and twenty two thousand deaths America is listening partly to mostly cloudy continue through this Easter the hi this afternoon at seventy six heavy rain will be possible tonight in the low sixty three may be strong storms start off money that realty property afternoon with a high of seventy nine I'm meteorologist Jeff Maher from the weather channel on one of six one FM talk next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one FM talk dot com to connect a social distancing tip from I heart radio keeping your distance from others is important in slowing the spread of coronavirus so here's some fun things to do alone read a book take a walk unpack your suitcase from that trip you took last September a self portrait.

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:05 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on AP News

"A powerful storms slammed into the southeast killing 5 people now the bad weather is moving north several of those killed were in Alabama the Carolinas and Tennessee driving on rain slicked or flooded roads or in vehicles hit by falling trees the storm destroyed homes in Mississippi Alabama and Florida and caused mudslides in Tennessee and Kentucky the National Weather Service says the north is getting snow 6 to 12 inches from central into northern New York and a heavier amounts across northern New England where we can expect anywhere from 12 to 24 inches that's the national weather service's Frank Pereira I'm ready to fall les

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Bad weather moves into Eastern states; 5 dead in South

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Bad weather moves into Eastern states; 5 dead in South

"A powerful storms slammed into the southeast killing five people now the bad weather is moving north several of those killed were in Alabama the Carolinas and Tennessee driving on rain slicked or flooded roads or in vehicles hit by falling trees the storm destroyed homes in Mississippi Alabama and Florida and caused mudslides in Tennessee and Kentucky the National Weather Service says the north is getting snow six to twelve inches from central into northern New York and a heavier amounts across northern New England where we can expect anywhere from twelve to twenty four inches that's the national weather service's Frank Pereira I'm ready to fall les

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Heavy rain hits the Southeast U.S.

77WABC Programming

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Heavy rain hits the Southeast U.S.

"If you're driving somewhere for Christmas in the southeast meteorologist Allison chin char says please be careful there's heavy rain in Mississippi Alabama Florida and several other states and the Carolinas could be next there's also going to be some travel concerns out west take a look at how much rain has already fallen across portions of Washington state you're looking at seven eight if not even nine inches of rain in a lot of these places more rain is still in the forecast so now you're going to be talking some places that could pick up as much as a foot of rain because of that you do have flood watches in effect not just for Washington but also portions of

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Cole over reports of the trump administration has been trying to get Pyongyang to dismantle its nuclear program but talks have stalled if you're driving somewhere for Christmas in the southeast meteorologist Allison chin char says please be careful there's heavy rain in Mississippi Alabama Florida and several other states and the Carolinas could be next there's also going to be some travel concerns out west take a look at how much rain has already fallen across portions of Washington state you're looking at seven eight if not even nine inches of rain in a lot of these places more rain is still in the forecast so now you're going to be talking some places that could pick up as much as a foot of rain because of that you do have flood watches in effect not just for Washington but also portions of Oregon as well and keep your headlights on it is winter solstice the longest night of the year I'm Evan hand attention all authors page publishing is looking for authors have you read the book and want to get it published page publishing will get your book into bookstores and for sale online at Amazon apple I tunes in other outlets they handle all aspects of the publishing process for you printing cover art publicity copyright and editing call eight hundred five zero one thirty six eighty nine now for your free author submission kit that's eight hundred five zero one thirty six eighty nine for your free author submission kit again eight hundred five zero one thirty six eighty nine if you have hard water the lime scale not only leaves white spots it clogs pipes and breaks down appliances costing you hundreds of dollars in energy in where eliminate lime scale another water issues like brown staining.

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Residents in South begin recovery after tornadoes tear through region

Laura Ingraham

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Residents in South begin recovery after tornadoes tear through region

"But residents across the south there surveying the damage left behind by a series of deadly tornadoes in the threat of more damaging winds today twisters tore through parts of Louisiana Mississippi Alabama Mississippi emergency management director Brian only your own impacts that we saying the National Weather Service has identified fourteen tornadoes were expecting that number to grow once thirteen to get into the field and put an assessment on the ground the storms are part of a larger system that is piling snow and ice across the Midwest and the

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1 Person Dead After Apparent Tornado Destroys Buildings in Louisiana

This Morning - America's First News with Gordon Deal

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

1 Person Dead After Apparent Tornado Destroys Buildings in Louisiana

"The storm prediction center said damage was reported in Louisiana Mississippi Alabama and Texas yesterday as storms triggered multiple tornado watches and warnings throughout the day one person was reported dead in Louisiana in a suspected tornadoes strike near Alexandria the National Weather Service says the tornado was on the ground for sixty three miles Calvin Turner is the deputy chief of Vernon parish Louisiana a lot of structural damage Kerry the roadway is just having a hard time giving to some of the location he was on

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3 dead as suspected twisters, storms batter the South

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:05 min | 2 years ago

3 dead as suspected twisters, storms batter the South

"A string of suspected tornadoes has cause death and destruction across parts of the Deep South the number of people have been killed while buildings were destroyed and trees were downed the storm prediction center said damage was reported in Louisiana Mississippi Alabama and Texas yesterday as storms triggered multiple tornado watches and warnings throughout the day one person was reported dead in Louisiana in a suspected tornadoes strike near Alexandria the National Weather Service is the tornado was on the ground for a whopping sixty three miles Donna Weatherford as police chief in Pineville Louisiana we've got some some road closures mostly trees and power while we wait a few trees go two thirds of owls Alderson vehicles we had a great response from our city crews click weapons gay as a bit out of us so it's been a good ever moved a long way to go two other people were killed in Alabama after another storm hit a city about fifty five miles west of Huntsville CBS news as at least eleven people were killed on icy roads in Kansas Nebraska and Missouri due to that same storm system that hit over the

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Gulf Coast braces for a possible tropical storm

AM Tampa Bay

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Gulf Coast braces for a possible tropical storm

"House the Gulf coast bracing for tropical storm potential tropical cyclone sixteen is expected to be upgraded to a tropical storm status it'll be named Nestor and landfall could come in the panhandle during the overnight hours on Saturday a tropical storm warnings in effect from the Mississippi Alabama border to levy county and a storm surge warnings in effect from Clearwater beach to Gulf

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Head on America in the morning. Seven minutes after the hour. Powerful storms have ripped through the south unleashing flooding and tornadoes that killed at least eight people there have been dozens of injuries in one Texas town alone. Fifty five homes were destroyed correspondent Clayton. Neville says. Three children are among the dead close to ninety thousand customers without electricity over the weekend. In Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas Georgia severe storms, wreaking havoc in their pants. The national weather service confirms in three tornado with winds near one hundred and forty miles per hour. Touchdown Saturday in Franklin, Texas, two hours, east of Waco, Franklin police chief Terry tiptoe says homes and businesses destroyed along with the volunteer. Fire department AMS started doing the home the home searches evacuate people out of the homes. These Texans survived. The storm in say they're lucky to be alive. I was praying in. A big board back then back yo at like, shielded me. I heard my husband jumped on a trailer. And he was like, why are you? And I'm like, I'm buried up under his stuff in Angelina county. Texas two children killed when thirty say tree fell in a car. The three and eight year old were in the back seat with the parents of the front just Banglar was on the porch. When the storm intensified he went inside only the hero woman calling out for help from the road ran down there to see what was going on. And that's I noticed that the tree had fallen on their vehicle when I got down there. I mean, I saw the size of the tree and house on the car. So I knew that, you know, there wasn't a good outcome. The storms move east late Saturday into Sunday in caused damage along the Mississippi Alabama state line a tornado confirmed in Hamilton, Mississippi, south of.

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"And once again, I talked to my youngest daughter tonight. She's out there in California right now. She said, well, they had like one day, we're sunny, but guess what? Here's rain, rain rain, all the way from Santa Barbara up through Santa and cease goal and snow in the higher elevations. They're getting a lot of activity. It looks like it's clear for the time being down south. So the homeless are getting a real workout. She said there in San Francisco, they got an umbrella trying to protect their holy tents. Same thing up in Oregon. You got the rain, but really more snow than rain mostly in the eastern part of the state, and of course, Washington state, you got snow and rain and a combo. You got all going on? And all this activity is moving eastward as we speak. Idaho's got rain right now, probably turn to some snow up in Montana. They've got snow Utah. Let's clear for the time being little bit of snow activity there in Wyoming over to the badlands and mostly south Dakota's got, lots of snow, and that's on down to Nebraska and head on over to Iowa. And soon to hit the over in Minnesota Wisconsin for the time being this clear. Illinois's looks pretty clear and roll rumble on down south now right now, everything looks relatively calm down south there. Zona new max down to Texas. However, there may be some scattered showers throughout Texas nothing too severe then look like in the rain activity in Louisiana Mississippi. Alabama head on over to Lanta GPA, Saint Louis got snow and sleet. Let me see pretty much the rest of the country looks good with the exception of the New England states, and that's anywhere from Pennsylvania eastern, part of Pennsylvania, upper part of New York in deftly all of the the Boston mass area is definitely getting lots of snow right now. So definitely check your local radar, and you got anything severe on your map there, Bradley. I've got nothing which is always a good thing. So you any see anything, that's traffic weather related accidents? Definitely give us a call. We'll get your right to stop eight.

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"mississippi alabama" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"mississippi alabama" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In a minute. Twenty one degrees cooler that it was this time yesterday. Randy is that the trend for today. We're going to climb into the mid thirties here. I think yesterday we hit around thirty one or thirty years a little warm this afternoon. We may see a little morning sun. That'd be great kinda shocking. I'm worried about what's coming behind. All this. Exciting tonight tomorrow right now though, partly cloudy, twenty two not much of a wind out there light northeast winning six miles an hour mature that's at fourteen degrees. Temperatures eighteen up run Kokomo eighteen months twenty two here. Twenty degrees in Richmond twenty Shelbyville factor in the light wind in industrial light fourteen here, sixteen Lafayette, eighteen Kokomo and the feels like temperature eighteen degrees in Muncie. So bust forecast. Okay. This morning. Okay. This afternoon a chilly day out there. Increasing clouds temperature around twenty this morning, but lunchtime twenty eight degrees, and when the kids come back home cloudy skies, but dry temperature right around thirty five satellite composite cloud cover will be increasing during the day today. There will be a little dim sunshine for while this morning, but we're washing down or south can't see some precipitation near parts of Mississippi Alabama into Louisiana and southeastern Arkansas, and that precept is coming our way. Now, we do have a winter weather advisory begins here, ten o'clock tonight. Runs until ten tomorrow morning for good part of central Indiana. So stay with us here. We're gonna time it out when the snow begins. We'll tell you how much snow how much ice may cumulate and yet another weekend storm coming our way. This one may produce some thunderstorms. Lots going on.

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