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"mississippi city" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:51 min | 6 months ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"One A 1.55 23 years Now on this Thursday morning, and here comes Zeta to the Garden state, the remnants. Of this hurricane pushing into New Jersey this morning. Rain will intensify be steady and heavy throughout the day. And rain should break up a bit tonight, but one more round a soaking rain tomorrow morning. And then what is the weekend hold? Will Dan will have more on that coming up in just a couple of minutes. Zeta has caused havoc along the coast Officials made a repeated call for residents stay inside after the storm passed and not go outside in Louisiana to assess the damage. One person died in New Orleans, electrocuted in the Mississippi City of Waveland officials are expecting to see a lot of damage where the sun comes up. Louisiana's governor, John Bell, Edwards, expected tour coastal regions hardest hit. By that storm today. A sure sign of winter takes place this Sunday with clocks being turned back an hour is daylight saving time comes to an end until March. Well, you'll get back an hour. You'll also have a darker afternoon commute. Just one of the reasons why state Senator Shirley Turner Sponsoring legislation to make daylight saving time permanent in New Jersey. It's dark at five o'clock, and at that time people want to go home. They're not going to be out shopping or doing recreational kinds of activity, Turner says. If for bill were to be signed into law and change today, like saving Time would also need Congressional approval. Some quirky questions have arisen as New Jersey conducts this election largely by mail, one of the latest Can I take my ballot close? The short answer is yes, but it is not recommended. Spokesman for the secretary of state, told NJ dot com. There is no rule against using tape to see only the inner.

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"mississippi city" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on WTVN

"Paused, all conditioning. To ensure the health and safety of everyone on campus and in the community. I'm Jack Crumley Jackson, Mississippi's namesake Got the booted City Hall, the City council There is taking the first steps towards removing the statue of Andrew Jackson that stood in the Fountain Plaza at Jackson, Mississippi City Hall, since it was dedicated, almost 50 years ago. Meanwhile, is statues are being removed from several cities, including in Ohio. Newton Falls, Ohio City manager David Lynch told the Glenn Beck of this morning that the men who statues are being taken down had flaws. But they also accomplished Ah lot of good and he wants those statues set up in a statuary garden in his Ohio town recently installed a beautiful replica statue of the Statue of Liberty here. Newton Falls, Ohio. That statue, of course, was commemorated. A beautiful poem by Emma Lazarus, which in part has bringing your tired your hungry, your huddled masses yearning to be free and in my imagination, I imagine statues of Washington Jefferson, Patrick Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln put a sea on a ship in the statue of Washington says Well, boys, where do we go now? And in my imaginative sequence? I said, George, right here in Newton Falls would be loved a salute. All of you and and I hope we get. He says he has contacted the Columbus Arts Commission to see if they would be willing to let the Christopher Columbus statue that was recently removed from outside City Hall to be displayed in Newton Falls and two former executives of a domestic violence shelter in Fayette County are accused of stealing thousands of dollars from the organization. My sister's House executive.

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"mississippi city" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:42 min | 10 months ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on WTVN

"TV END due to a rise in Corona virus cases, Governor Mike DeWine yesterday ordered everyone in Franklin County, along with everyone in six other counties toe wear a mask when they're in public both inside and outside when they can't social distance. Continue to have AH, great concern. About about Franklin County. A swell azi other red counties that we're seeing That ordinance goes into effect starting at six o'clock tonight. Coz. I was supposed to reopen to their members today and then the general public on the 15th of this month, but due to a rise in cases, especially in Franklin County, they say those plans are now scrap. There is no word on a new re opening timeline. Jackson, Mississippi's namesake is getting the boot at City Hall, The city council there is taking the first steps towards moving a statue of Andrew Jackson, which is stood in front of Fountain Plaza at City Hall in Jackson, Mississippi, since it was dedicated almost 50 years. Ago. Meanwhile, the statues are being removed from several cities, including right here in Ohio. Newton Falls. Ohio City manager David Lynch told Glenn back this morning that the icons who the statues depict had flaws, but they accomplished a lot of good and he wants them set up in a garden in his town such a short period of time. That I think a number of these communities while there's succumbing to the fear of taking them down, even quite figured out what they're going to do with them, And, quite frankly, they're somewhat be funneled. The idea that some other community wants to put the statue's in a place of honor. So I think the dust will have to settle for a while and I'm hoping by mid August or so will begin to get some responses, and some of these communities will start thinking about giving the statues an opportunity to be observed. He says he has already contacted Columbus Arts Commission to see if they would be willing to let the Christopher Columbus statue that was recently removed from outside City Hall be displayed in Newton Falls. Walgreens is set to open hundreds of doctor's offices inside drug stores all around the U. S. They're partnering with Village, MD. To offer scheduled appointments, walk ins, home visits and telemedicine. Because of the covert 19 shutdowns in the drastic fall in air travel for months, one of the country's biggest airlines is now warning about half of their employees could be laid off Come October. United cannot layoff anybody right now because it took federal bailout money. But in the letter to employees, 36,000 United Workers are being told they may be laid off in October. Well, coming back slowly, the airline saying air travel is still way down. Among those who were targeted for layoffs over 2200 pilots, 15,000 flight attendants and 11,000 gate agents. Alex Stone, ABC Dares Radio 6 10 W TVN Sports Basketball. A nationwide arena Today is Carmen's crew. The Buckeye Alumni team debuts against House of Payne. Four o'clock tip off on ESPN. Nicolino. The latest Blue Jackets were eye back in Columbus is the C B J prepares to start Campbell on Friday. NHL restarted the season August 1st Gulf of Muirfield as the workday charity Open tees off tomorrow, followed by the memorial next week. W. TV and golf analyst Ray Husted Joy Joel this morning, saying the course set up will be tweeted from this week to next. The rough is going to be shorter, and they're going to move the tea's up in some cases because they want to protect the launch keys for next week. So in a lot of cases, you're goingto see shorter golf course. First groups off the tea tomorrow morning at 6 50 McCoy, his radio 6 10 w TVs. This planet is so gorgeous and so incredibly Beautiful that I can't get enough of it. I just can't. I did 950 miles on the Pacific Crest Trail and then decided they wanted to go hiking the Himalayas. I was.

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Jackson, Mississippi city council votes to remove statue of namesake

Rush Limbaugh

00:16 sec | 10 months ago

Jackson, Mississippi city council votes to remove statue of namesake

"Jackson, Mississippi's namesake is getting the boot at City Hall, The city council there is taking the first steps towards moving a statue of Andrew Jackson, which is stood in front of Fountain Plaza at City Hall in Jackson, Mississippi, since it was dedicated almost 50 years. Ago.

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"mississippi city" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:01 min | 10 months ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To stand for the national anthem. The city code allows for a punishment of up to $1000 in six months in jail. A man from Las Vegas recently filed a lawsuit saying he's afraid of being arrested were not standing at Sacramento. Kings games. A spokesperson for Sacramento says he doesn't think the ordinance has ever been enforced. President Trump has threatened to withhold federal money if schools don't re open in the fall. The head of the top US teachers union says the president's pushed for school reopening is callous. I want him to sit there for seven hours, five days a week. And have those kids cough and sneeze on him. National Education Association president Lily Eskelsen Garcia says her classroom was a germ factory before the pandemic, so going back to the status quo could cost lives. Trump tweeted this morning. He disagrees with the CDC schools, reopening guidelines. He also claimed other countries like Germany and Norway have been able to go back to school with no problems. Jackson, Mississippi City Council has voted to remove a statue of the city's namesake president Andrew Jackson, The City Council voted 5 to 1 yesterday to move this Jackson statue away from City Hall. The mayor says it's time to divorce the city's name from the legacy of a brutal owner of enslaved people who played a role in the trail of tears. They killed thousands of Native Americans. The statue was dedicated in the early seventies and a YouTube star has reinvented the Keep your fingers on a car to win it contest. Timmy Donaldson or Mr Beast offered up to $25,000 to the last person to take their finger off their phone screen. Donaldson's known for elaborate stunts, like breaking into a house to leave $50,000 in spending 24 hours straight in a prison for this contest, participants had to move their finger at times but not remove it from the special app answering the phone or other interruptions that caused the finger to leave the app too. You lose. The game started June 30th and after 70 hours on July 3rd, Mr Beast announced the last four people still playing. Would all get 25. Grand Michael Crozier, KO Phi News. Let's take a look at your drive now cleared.

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"mississippi city" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:50 min | 10 months ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Tim Maguire. President Trump hosted an education meeting at the White House during the gathering. He called for the reopening of schools in the fall, also claimed opponents to holding classes on school campuses are being political. We don't want people to make political statements who do it for political reasons. I think it's going to be good for them politically, so they keep the school's closed. No way. So we're very much going to put pressure on governors and everybody else to open the schools to get him open. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention put out guidance for schools last month, including staggering schedules, spreading out desks having meals in classrooms instead of the cafeteria, adding physical barriers between bathroom sinks. And cleaning and disinfecting surfaces. Bloomington, Indiana activist box. Booker says he was a victim of a racist attack by a group of white men over the weekend while he and some friends were relaxing at a lake. I think it's undeniable when a group of white men Feel that they can call for news. Call me nappy headed, scream out white Powell and attempt to Lynch a man in broad daylight. A video of the encounter is online. Last night, a woman protesting outside the county courthouse in Bloomington was knocked over and knocked out by a driver who also dragged a man as he drove away. Police are looking for that driver. His passenger and the man shown in the video after getting the bulk of the GOP presidential convention moved out of North Carolina to Jacksonville, Florida in order to pack the arena. President Trump now says he's flexible on the size of the gathering. A growing number of Senate Republicans say they will be skipping the event, even as the White House tries to tamp down nationwide concern about the virus spread. More than 200,000 people in Florida tested positive for the Corona virus. You've been more than 3700 deaths in the state. This is AP News. President Trump's niece Mary Trump writes and her soon to be released book that he is a threat to the country. Mary Trumps book blamed a toxic family upbringing for the creation of a self absorbed damage person who poses an immediate danger to the public. The Associated Press got an advanced copy of too much and never enough didn't marry. Trump predicts the president's re election would be a catastrophe and would mark the end of American democracy. The book tries to explain Trump's pension for stretching, if not outright. Breaking the truth, Mary Trump says for her uncle. Lying was defensive more than just a way to avoid his dad's disapproval or punishment. It was a way for him to survive a Moscow Wells Gabriel Jackson, Mississippi City leaders agreed to remove a statue of former president Andrew Jackson from outside the city hall bearing his name. The bronze statue, which has been at the building since the 19 seventies, will be moved to a less prominent spot. I'm to McGuire AP News. Thank you.

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"mississippi city" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:51 min | 10 months ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Tim Maguire. President Trump hosted an education meeting at the White House during the gathering. He called for the reopening of schools in the fall, also claimed opponents to holding classes on school campuses are being political. We don't want people to make political statements or do it for political reasons. They think it's going to be good for them politically, so they keep the schools close. No way. So we're very much going to put pressure on governors and everybody else to open the schools to get him open. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention put out guidance for schools last month, including staggering schedules, spreading out desks having meals in classrooms instead of the cafeteria, adding physical barriers between bathroom sinks. And cleaning and disinfecting surfaces. Bloomington, Indiana activist box. Booker says he was a victim of a racist attack by a group of white men over the weekend while he and some friends were relaxing at a lake. I think it's undeniable when a group of white men Feel that they can call for news. Call me nappy headed, scream out white Powell and attempt to Lynch a man in broad daylight. A video of the encounter is online. Last night, a woman protesting outside the county courthouse in Bloomington was knocked over and knocked out by a driver who also dragged a man as he drove away. Police are looking for that driver. His passenger and the man shown in the video after getting the bulk of the GOP presidential convention moved out of North Carolina to Jacksonville, Florida in order to pack the arena. President Trump now says he's flexible on the size of the gathering. A growing number of Senate Republicans say they will be skipping the event, even as the White House tries to tamp down nationwide concern about the virus spread. More than 200,000 people in Florida tested positive for the Corona virus. You've been more than 3700 deaths in the state. This is AP News. President Trump's niece Mary Trump writes and her soon to be released book that he is a threat to the country. Mary Trumps book blamed a toxic family upbringing for the creation of a self absorbed damage person who poses an immediate danger to the public. The Associated Press got an advanced copy of too much and never enough didn't marry. Trump predicts the president's re election would be a catastrophe and would mark the end of American democracy. The book tries to explain Trump's pension for stretching, if not outright. Breaking the truth, Mary Trump says for her uncle. Lying was defensive more than just a way to avoid his dad's disapproval or punishment. It was a way for him to survive. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel Jackson, Mississippi City leaders agreed to remove a statue of former president Andrew Jackson from outside the city hall bearing his name. A bronze statue, which has been at the building since the 19 seventies, will be moved to a less prominent spot. I'm to McGuire AP News AP News.

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"mississippi city" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:49 min | 10 months ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Tim Maguire. President Trump hosted an education meeting at the White House during the gathering. He called for the reopening of schools in the fall, also claimed opponents to holding classes on school campuses are being political. We don't want people to make political statements or do it for political reasons. They think it's going to be good for them politically, so they keep the school's closed. No way. So we're very much going to put pressure on governors and everybody else to open the schools to get him open. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention put out guidance for schools last month, including staggering schedules, spreading out desks having meals in classrooms instead of the cafeteria, adding physical barriers between bathroom sinks. And cleaning and disinfecting surfaces. Bloomington, Indiana activist box. Booker says he was a victim of a racist attack by a group of white men over the weekend while he and some friends were relaxing at a lake. I think it's undeniable when a group of white men Feel that they can call for news. Call me nappy headed, scream out white Powell and attempt to Lynch a man in broad daylight. A video of the encounter is online. Last night, a woman protesting outside the county courthouse in Bloomington was knocked over and knocked out by a driver who also dragged a man as he drove away. Police are looking for that driver. His passenger and the man shown in the video after getting the bulk of the GOP presidential convention moved out of North Carolina to Jacksonville, Florida in order to pack the arena. President Trump now says he's flexible on the size of the gathering. A growing number of Senate Republicans say they will be skipping the event, even as the White House tries to tamp down nationwide concern about the virus spread. More than 200,000 people in Florida tested positive for the Corona virus. You've been more than 3700 deaths in the state. This is AP News. President Trump's niece Mary Trump writes and her soon to be released book that he is a threat to the country. Mary Trumps book blamed a toxic family upbringing for the creation of a self absorbed damage person who poses an immediate danger to the public. Associated Press got an advanced copy of too much and never enough didn't marry. Trump predicts the president's re election would be a catastrophe and would mark the end of American democracy. The book tries to explain Trump's pension for stretching, if not outright. Breaking the truth, Mary Trump says for her uncle. Lying was defensive more than just a way to avoid his dad's disapproval or punishment. It was a way for him to survive. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel Jackson, Mississippi City leaders agreed to remove a statue of former president Andrew Jackson from outside the city hall bearing his name. A bronze statue, which has been at the building since the 19 seventies, will be moved to a less prominent spot. I'm to McGuire AP News..

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"mississippi city" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"First News continues on this twenty fifth day of February new this morning, weekend storms. Raked parts of the southeast leaving deaths and injuries in their wake as a tornado smashed into a commercial district and a small Mississippi city and drenching rains better rising. Flood threat woman was killed when a tornado hit Columbus, Mississippi a man died when he drove into floodwaters in Tennessee elsewhere around the south homes, highways parks and bridges were flooded or put out of commission amid the heavy rains and severe storms a top House Democrats threaten to call special counsel, Robert Muller to Capitol Hill subpoenaed documents and sue the Trump administration if the full report on Muller's Russia investigation isn't made public Nelson committee chair shift hold ABC's this week. There's still evidence lawmakers want to see Bill bar has committed in this testimony to making as much of the report. Public as he can and the regulations allow him to make it all public, and we're going to insist on it becoming public and more than that, George. We're going to insist on the underlying evidence because there are certain evidence that is only in the hands of the department of Justice that we can't get any other way. There research is conducted, for example of Roger stone and Paul Manafort, there's no other way to get the information that was seized except through the department, and we can't tell fully what happens as, you know, William bar may have quite a different view of what those regulations require. They knew they could allow him to release the entire report. But under just aren't regulations officials have said that if he declined to prosecute someone in the end relying evidence should not be released. George. The department has violated that policy repeatedly and extended to a great extent over the last two years. In fact, I've had this conversation with rod Rosenstein and others on down at the Justice department as they turned over thousands and thousands of pages of discovery in the Clinton Email investigation, and there was no indictment and that investigation that this was a new precedent? They were setting and they were going to have to live by this president. Whether it was a congress controlled by the Democrats or Republicans, so they're going to have to abide by that. And I think also quite separate apart from the president. They've already said is the intense public need to know here, which I think overrides any other consideration. You see you say you say you have to live by that precedent? But what if they don't what if they simply say, no, we're not going to release the underlying evidence. What options do you have? Well, we will obviously subpoena. The report we will bring Bob Muller into testify. Before congress. We will take to court if necessary. Meanwhile, a group of former US security officials opposed that declaration fifty eight of them, including actually actually, okay, we are. We've lost our spot here that they degrade of fifty eight officials will get to here in a moment. They are they oppose the president's emergency declaration back to this report. Many Republicans have argued that the four reports should be released though, most have stopped short of saying it should be subpoenaed. Despite being one of the best selling music artists of all time R Kelly remains jailed this morning unable to pay the one hundred thousand dollars bail needed a Kelly who denied and ran from sexual abuse charges. For years was charged Friday with ten counts of aggravated sexual abuse involving multiple victims attorney Michael Evans, says a fourteen year old girl seen with our Kelly on video is among four victims in a newly released indictment. Charging the singer. With the aggravated sexual abuse. Today marks a watershed moment in the twenty five years of abuse by this predator now as our Kelly he together with those that enabled him undertook. A course of action over two decades to abuse and sexually assault young girls..

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"mississippi city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"So go to FOX nation dot com today and sign up now for FOX nation opinion done right now Chris Wallace on Fox News channel question for me. As always what's going to happen. If people sense that you're not pushing an agenda. You're not pulling your punches. They're gonna rely on you. It's a commitment to the truth. One of the advantages of having been in this business, a long you're able to detect what is real what is important, and what's noise. Chris Wallace on Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion confirmed tornadoes smashing into a commercial district in the small Mississippi city of Columbus yesterday that city near the Alabama border meteorologist Danielle lamb says there are also reports of hail and flash flooding, but no immediate reports of death or injuries. It is Hollywood's night to shine at the ninety. I Oscar this year the Oscars have no hose, although that's still may change with rumor swirling around the view co host Whoopi Goldberg who's already on the list of presenters Roman the favorite heading into the evening with the most nominations at ten Rome, a black and white film about a made in Mexico during the political turmoil of the seventies has already captured several award. Boards at ceremonies leading up to tonight's main event, you write songs or anything. Stars born and vice her close behind with eight nominations each Black Panther made history, as the first superhero film to ever be nominated.

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"mississippi city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"She pleaded guilty to accepting the bribes and could go to prison for fifteen years when she's sentenced in may prosecutors say the east orange New Jersey man, who allegedly paid her off is phasing bribery and mail theft charges. I'm Rita Foley tornado smashed into a commercial district and the small Mississippi city of Columbus shattering businesses as severe storms rate the south on a week at a drenching rains at a rising. Flood threat the tornado that shattered businesses in the east Mississippi city on Saturday afternoon was confirmed on radar experts will look at the tornado's intensity Sunday. This is townhall dot com. Twitter co founder, Evan Williams is stepping down from the company board after a dozen years on the board of directors Williams will vacate his seat at the end of the month. William served his Twitter CEO from two thousand eight to two thousand ten and now as chief executive of publishing side, medium dot com. He tweeted stepping down. We'll let him focus on other projects and that he will still be rooting for the Twitter team. He was the second largest Twitter shareholder on the company's board behind CEO and co founder Jack Dorsey Rhonda, rockstar reporting, the Los Angeles Dodgers, say ace left-hander Clayton Kershaw is expected to resume his regular throwing program next week manager day Roberts says he will reset Kershaw after the three time Cy Young award winner said he just didn't feel right in practice this past week do coach Mike Shusha ski said he does not plan to shutdown Zion. Williamson who is out with a mild knee sprain. The star freshman is told us Ascii. He's access to return. More of these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Patrick FOSS. And caller number nine for one million dollars read a complete this quote life is like a box of. Rita. You're cutting out. We need your answer. I. Oh, sorry. That's not what we were looking for onto caller number ten network.

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"mississippi city" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on WJR 760

"Tuesday and Saint Louis deciding whether to make changes in the churches rulebook that banned same sex marriage and self avowed practicing homosexuals from serving his clergy members, the outcome will likely reshape the church and could potentially tear it apart a tornado whipped through a commercial district in the small Mississippi city of Columbus as severe storms rake the south on a weekend of drenching rains and rising flood threat. Several businesses were damaged or destroyed. There were no immediate reports of deaths or injuries. I'm Barbara Kusak. Seven hundred sixty WJR news are meadowland rim. WGN news time six oh to currently. It's forty five degrees. The national weather service has issued a high wind watch for all of southeast Michigan until early Monday morning officials say wind gusts up to sixty miles an hour are possible. And it could knock out power. Do you know how to prepare for possible? Power outages this weekend. WDR's Elizabeth Crenshaw explains. How DC has some reminders that you can take before during and after a power outage before a power outage? Phil plastic containers with water and place in the refrigerator and freezer. Cold water bottles will help keep Food cO during a power outage and can be also used for drinking water try to keep gas tanks at least half full of the power goes out gas stations may be unavailable and check with your physician or pharmacist about any medication that needs to be refrigerated. It is important to know. How long medication is safe in the refrigerator without power during a power outage? Use only. Flashlights? Emergency lighting never used candles during a power outage due to fire risk turnoff or disconnect appliances and electronics. The return of power may cost surges that can damage some and avoid carbon monoxide poisoning by not using kerosene heaters are generators in the house. Lastly after a power outage throwaway food that has been exposed to temperatures more than forty degrees for two hours are more. Remember.

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Columbus And Mississippi discussed on Warren Pierce

Warren Pierce

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Columbus And Mississippi discussed on Warren Pierce

"Tear it apart a tornado whipped through a commercial district in the small Mississippi city of Columbus as severe storms rake the south on a weekend of drenching rains and rising flood threat. Several businesses were damaged or destroyed. There were no immediate reports of

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"mississippi city" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

13:35 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Oxford dictionary says it's a word, maybe it's a word in Great Britain or some crap. But it's not a word here does not a word here. And I'm not I'm in denial about that word. I can tell all right. I do know because. Oh, I forgot so. Yes, wordsmith this exactly how we do. So we've got him at the bottom of the hour. He's going to debunk with Dan rather had to say he's going to debunk without gore says, and we're just gonna have some fun talking about about whether cows cow gas is really big outside. We're talking about that. And whether they were SUV's and the renaissance times when it got really really hot on planet earth. Then some really you do. No, I'm not so sure. So we've got that for you right before the top of the hour. We however talked about the Mike Espy versus Cindy Hyde. Smith race in Mississippi city height Smith, by the way, carried any of the stories that you've seen them this today. Do they talk about how she's the wo- the first woman ever from from Mississippi to represent that state? Well, the story that I read before the break had that in that. Not the story before the break start. No. I listen to you. Before the break. The I if you would just read the first paragraph again, this is from what CNN yes, it is. Republicans senators Cindy, Hyde Smith wins Mississippi's US Senate runoff election and contest that centered on our actions and comments evoking, the state stark history of racism, and slavery. There you go. Now, I want you to understand that this is the MO from the left from the Democrats. I'm going to make a statement that I triple dog dare any of you listening to prove me wrong about if you're a black democrat running for office in this country. It is assumed you must win. Because if you don't it's racism, we say it again, if you're a black person or African American whatever you prefer who is running as a democrat in this country. Whether you be Andrew gillum or Stacy what's your face in a in Georgia. Your last name Abrahams. Or or Mike Espy skies black too. He's a democrat if you're black, and you're democrat and you're running for elected office. If you don't win, it's racism. Really let that sink in. And I am more than willing to hear from any of you watching. You're listening who think you can prove me wrong. I would like to hear you proved me wrong because Gillan didn't win every time. Gillam had had a debate with the Santa's Gillam went on and on and on about. Oh. And by the way, I'm black was born black low is going to be black black black Obama when he ran for election. Of course, he won twice many. And I can I can make the case. Believe that he won because either white people felt some sort of guilt and thought they had to or black people all voted for him. But then again black people vote predominantly democrat anyway for no good reason, by the way, the Democrats have done nothing for you. Having said that even Obama said did dimension. He doesn't look like the people on the dollar bills. They did mention that he's that. He's black. He always talked about that. He always divided us on race Stacey Abrams everybody who came into Georgia. Whether it be Obama, or Oprah whatever they're having like southern Baptist rallies where it appeared. As though everybody who was invited happened to be African American. It was very strange and she didn't win and not only doesn't she concede. But she says we now have to reform the election laws in Georgia to stop this, bigotry and racism from happening. And now you've got this guy. SP black dude who lost Hindley Carey. He lost by nine points. The media's acting like she squeaked out a win. He lost by a lot almost double digits. And he loses to the first woman the first female to ever represent that state in congress. Cindy, Hyde Smith. And because she said something about a public hanging. She's a racist. She's a bigot. The only reason she won is 'cause white supremacy still looms, large and racism lives. Well in Mississippi. That's what you're supposed to believe today. Kerry, just read the CNN story. Here's here's the headline from what is this? Politico happens to be over here. It's why looking over there. Hyde. Smith wins Mississippi Senate runoff, the Republican survive some late controversies that gave Democrats hope at Jackson, Mississippi Republican city height. Smith has one Mississippi Senate runoff defeating democrat, Mike Espy after drawing ten scrutiny for comments during the four week run off season or campaign. Let me ask you this. How many of these mainstream far left leaning legacy media outlets? Made this report Minnesota, maybe you can help me out here. How many of them had a headline Keith Ellison accused woman beater, somehow still wins the election? Keith Ellison wins the election amid allegations he was beaten hell out of women. Do you? Remember any headlines like that? No. I don't Keith Ellison is a black democrat. He's also a radical. Now had the other guy one which I think he should have in. Minnesota was ready against Keith Ellison for attorney general they would have been the the left. Democrats would have said, that's racism. We'd van Jones actually, set the stage for this on election day, two thousand sixteen when that idiot that that communist leftist doofus. When he claimed that President Trump one because it was a whitelash. Carrie is is Hillary Clinton black? No, she is not. I would say and it could be because of the fake bake. It could be for any number of reasons that her skin tone is much lighter than our presidents. She's a whole hell of a lot whiter that. He is yet. Somehow her losing was a whitelash. That's the day and age in which we live yesterday as we were leaving the program polo was talking about Adam LeVine of maroon five, and they may or may not accept the invitation to play at the Super Bowl and part of the controversy and pull polo correct me from wrong is that there are loud voices saying because the super bowl's in Atlanta, Atlanta has such a large population. I guess a black people that you have to therefore have a black artist. And if you don't have a black artist it, somehow racism. That's what they're kind of saying, right? Yeah. Kind of I think they they were wanting somebody that was going to represent that area. And they're saying that there are plenty of of black musicians artists who could have been selected and they weren't. And I guess they feel that it's it's the NFL just once again showing that they're favoring certain people over others just like how they deal with the Colin Kaepernick links has just it's ridiculous. I mean in recent in recent years to head prints by guy, they had beyond say black woman. I'm not really sure I understand why the race the color of the background of the person matters. Maroon five is a huge band. It's an a list of banned. They've sold millions and millions and millions of records. It's not because of their skin tone discussed music's pretty good. I don't understand why it's like that. But this is again, nothing new it wasn't. But a few years ago when they chose what Seth MacFarlane to host the Academy Awards or something. And immediately the left came out and said, what's the matter? You couldn't find a black person a hosted? So I just want to make sure that people understand what I'm saying in this day and age if there is a an MCSE host to be ironed. It must be a black person. If there is an artist and musical artist or a singer to be hired. It must be a black singer or vehicle artist. If there is a candidate running for elected office in this country, and they're a black democrat. They must win. And if they don't win it's racism, if none of those things happen that I just said, it's clearly racism now, I think that black people are unbelievably talented. There are plenty of talented white people and Hispanic people Asian people and American Indian people, I think we all have right inherent talents. And we work hard enough at it. We can all be big stars are small stars succeed, it whatever it is that we're choosing to do has to do with race background if Mississippi skin tone, whatever nothing, but again, we're living in a day that age were you must you must vote for the black candidate if they're democrat or else, you're a racist. Now somebody actually sparks I wrote this on Twitter yesterday. Somebody responded to me they said, you know, what he said either John James in Michigan. John James should have cleaned. Debbie. Stabbing clock in Michigan. He should have won easily for Senate in Michigan. But you'll notice there isn't anybody on the left and the legacy media writing these stupid stories about some racial issue with height Smith. Nobody was saying it is disgusting that that she didn't get elected. There's some doofus some black writer at in the Boston Globe. Who actually wrote a story about how racist? It was that. Stacey Abrams didn't win in Georgia. She's a socialist. She shouldn't have won. Completely the wrong person. Thank goodness for Georgians. She didn't win. With some article about how I I guess the, you know, what the problem was Gary that the that the writer had was that African American men in Georgia. Voted eleven percent of them voted for the eventual winner. The writers problem was that only eighty nine percent of black men voted for Stacey Abrams. The writers problem was that it wasn't one hundred percent for Stacey Abrams. Because again, the ideology the thought processes, this is a black woman democrat, and she should have gotten every single black vote. I saw somebody today tweet somebody who was verified a pastor of some sort. Tweeted today that black Mississippi should be crying tears today over how this election went. What? What? Carrie, if you look at a map of the United States of America is there a black Mississippi. No, there's not just appears to be Mississippi to me. And by the way, I don't want to hear any garbage about how is the EEOC or affirmative action because the population of African Americans is it is countries between twelve and thirteen percent. Between twelve and thirteen percent. So we are now forced as a society as a community all of us all races, all genders all backgrounds. We're forced now to prop up one race way. More often than anybody else. Because again, the number. They're looking for is one hundred percent black MC's black musical artists. Black athletes black politicians long as your Democrats. And if we don't make it a hundred percent were somehow racist already we've got larger numbers of African Americans doing things in the community at large. Then the EEOC or affirmative action would say we had to because there are a lot of very talented people. I don't have a problem with it. I've got a problem with people complaining there isn't enough. What it just doesn't bear out? When you check the facts, I've got a problem with somebody saying Seth MacFarlane, a very successful voice artist. Who the his his shows on is cartoons are unbelievable. The Ted movies are unbelievable. This guy is very very talented. Plus, he seems very well to say he shouldn't be the host because he's white is racist. It's bigoted it's nonsense. And as Obama would say, you know, now who we are. And but we keep doing it. And if we don't do the fact that I just said what I just said makes a lot of people watching and listening. Thank wow, this guy's racist. Because you've been indoctrinated stop it. City heights Smith saying something about I would go and see a public hanging had nothing to do with race whatsoever. I'll even know what the context of it was, but I'll tell you this it used to be the capital punishment in this country that criminals would be hanged. They're colored didn't matter. It wasn't only black people in this country that were lynched or hanged. Plenty of Italians were lynched and hanged in New Orleans back in the day because they were looked at as less than. And dirty people. I'm Italian somebody says hanged or talks about a rope or news, should I be upset? Start using their brains country. We will never ever ever never stamp out racism. We keep on allowing the left to be who it's being. And that's a fact Jack can I say fact, Jack is at. Okay. It is edit eight nine four one eight eight nine four one seven two four seven joepags dot com. Facebook Twitter, Instagram, Email right there. 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"mississippi city" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"What? Cabbage. Patch? Misstating up. Oh, that's like thirty one. What's that? You're dancing acting thirty thirty years old. I I agree with you. I look like I'm thirty never said that. Thirteen. Exactly, right. A of this tower. It's going to be Gregory writes, don't here's a geologist. Who's also a? Denial lists. You said that the word. The Oxford dictionary says it's a word, maybe it's a word in Great Britain or some crap. But it's not a word here is not a word here. Not I mean denial about that word. Okay. Forgot so yes, wordsmith is exactly how we do. So we've got him at the bottom of the hour. He's going to debunk with Dan rather had to say he's going to debunk without gore says, and we're just gonna have some fun talking about about whether cows Cao gas is really big outside where did talk about that. And whether there were SUV's in the renaissance times when he got really really hot on planet earth. I'm not so sure. So we've got that for you right before the top of the hour. We however talked about the Mike Espy versus Cindy Hyde. Smith race in Mississippi city height Smith, by the way, carried any of the stories them this today. Do they talk about how she's the first woman ever from from Mississippi to represent that state? The story that I read before the break had that in that. The story before the break starting. I listen to you. Before the break. The I if you would just read the first paragraph again, this is from what CNN yes, it is Republican Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith wins Mississippi's US Senate runoff election and the contest that centered on our actions and comments evoking, the state stark history of racism, and slavery. There you go. Now, I want you to understand that this is the MO from the left from the Democrats. I'm going to make a statement that I triple dog dare any of you listening to prove me wrong about if you're a black democrat running for office in this country. It is assumed you must win. Because if you don't it's racism. Again, if you're a black person or African American whatever you prefer who is running as a democrat in this country. Whether you be Andrew gillum or Stacy what's her face in a in Georgia. Your last name Abrahams or or Mike Espy skies black to each a democrat if you're black and you're democrat and you're running for elected office. If you don't win, it's racism. Really looked at again. And I'm more than willing to hear from any of you watching. You're listening who think you can prove me wrong. I would like to hear you prove me wrong because Gillam didn't win every time. Gillam had had a debate with the Santa's Gillam went on and on and on about. Oh. And by the way, I'm black was born black is going to be black black black Obama when he ran for election. Of course, he won twice many. And I could make I can make the case. Believe that he won because either white people felt some sort of guilt and thought they had to or black people all voted for him. But then again black people vote predominantly democrat anyway for no good reason, by the way, the Democrats have done nothing for you. Having said that even Bama said, oh, that'd be good. Dimension. He doesn't look like the people on the dollar bills. I mention that. He's that he's black. He always talked about that. He always divided us on race Stacey Abrams everybody who came into Georgia. Whether it be Obama, or Oprah whatever they're having like southern Baptist rallies where it appeared. As though everybody who was invited happen to be African American. It was very strange and she didn't win and not only doesn't she concede. But she says we now have to reform the election laws in Georgia to stop this, bigotry and racism from happening. And now you've got this guy. SP black, dude. Who lost handily? Carey he lost by nine points. The media's actually like tweaked out a win. He lost by a lot almost double digits. And he loses to the first woman the first female to ever represent that state in congress. Cindy, Hyde Smith. And because she said something about a public hanging. She's a racist. She's a bigot. The only reason she won is 'cause white supremacy still looms, large and racism lives. Well in Mississippi. That's what you're supposed to believe today. Kerry, just read the CNN story. Here's here's the headline from what is this? Politico happens to be over here. It's why looking over there. Hyde. Smith wins Mississippi Senate runoff, the Republican survive some late controversies that gave Democrats hope at Jacksonville sippy, Republican city heights. Smith has one Mississippi Senate runoff defeating democrat, Mike Espy after drawing you ten scrutiny for comments during the four week run off season or campaign. Let me ask you this. How many of these mainstream far left leading legacy media outlets? Made this report Minnesota, maybe you could help me out here. How many of them had a headline Keith Ellison accused woman beater, somehow still wins the election? Keith Ellison wins the election amid allegations he was beaten the hell out of women. Do you? Remember any headlines like that? No. I don't Keith Ellison is a black democrat. He's also a radical. Now had the other guy one which I think he should have in Minnesota was running against Keith Ellison for attorney general they would have been they the left. Democrats would have said, that's racism. We'd van Jones actually, set the stage for this on election day, twenty sixteen when that idiot that that communist leftist doofus what he claimed that President Trump one because it was a whitelash. Gary is Hillary Clinton black? No, she is not. I would say, and it could be because of the fake it could be Freddie, number reasons that her skin tone is much lighter than our presidents. She's a whole whole lot whiter that. He is yet. Somehow her losing was a whitelash. That's the day and age in which we live yesterday as we were leaving the program Paula was talking about. But Adam LeVine of maroon five, and they may or may not accept the invitation to play at the Super Bowl and part of the controversy in polo, correct me if I'm wrong is that there are loud voices saying because the super bowl's in Atlanta because that Linda has such a large population. I guess of black people that you have to therefore have a black artist. And if you don't have a black artist eight somehow racism. We that's what they're saying. Right. Yeah. Kind of a I think they they were wanting somebody that was going to represent that.

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"mississippi city" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"FBI response teams are investigating the mass shooting at a country music bar in southern California. Speaking in Thousand Oaks, FBI assistant director, Paul Delacour said special agents are also processing the home and vehicle of suspect. I n long a marine corvette pursue the leads that are developed from that evidence wherever they take us to identify any possible motivation paint a picture of the frame of mind of the subject identify any. Potential radicalization or any associates is shooting massacre overnight at the borderline bar and grill left twelve people dead and more than a dozen others injured. The Trump administration is tightening asylum. Rules new orders are aimed at restricting the ability of migrants to seek asylum at the US southern border. The move suspense humanitarian protections for migrants. Legal challenges are expected to be filed in the coming days. Republicans are moving quickly to set their leadership after losing the House Democrats in the midterm elections house GOP leadership elections are set for next week. Current house majority leader Kevin McCarthy is running for minority leader in the next congress, and he has some competition. Ohio Republican Jim Jordan also wants the job Jordan is the co founder of the conservative house freedom caucus Kurt majority whip Steve Scalise will not challenge McCarthy, and is running for minority whip Tom Roberts reporting supreme court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg is hospitalized with three broken. Ribs after falling at her office. A statement from the supreme court says the eighty five year old Justice was admitted to George. Washington University hospital this morning for observation and treatment Ginsburg has served on the high court since she was appointed by President Bill Clinton in nineteen Ninety-three and keep them peddling peddling while sitting at a desk could be the next solution for unhealthy office workers. Researchers at UMass found people pedal desk had lower insulin levels due to the physical activity. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio New jersey. Governor Phil Murphy is signing legislation designed to help authorities. Eliminate untraceable firearms officials in the Garden State describing the measure is the nation strongest ban on ghost guns, which don't have serial numbers. It's all part of what governor Murphy has described this package two point. Oh, and in line with recent mass shooting events continues a focus of his administration on tightening gun laws the Bill specifically bans the purchase of materials used to make guns at home, including through the use of three d printers, James flippin NBC. News Radio New jersey. Israeli defense forces say they've found two hand grenades. Hidden inside the tomb of Joseph more than a thousand. Jewish worshippers were visiting the tomb, which is under Arab control. With a makeshift grenades were found idea of officials say it appears the bombs were left by Arab terrorists targeting Israelis earlier this week. They say during the pilgrimage they were targeted by gunfire. Molotov cocktails and rocks. The violence comes nearly a year after riots erupted at the side while pilgrims visited during Hanukkah. Mississippi city is in storm recovery mode. And Randy bell says the people there know the drill for the second time in less than five years. Tupelo is picking up the pieces after a direct hit from a strong tornado. Jason Shelton is the mayor there devastating at the one in two thousand fourteen but that does not mean that there's not substantial damage on the people hurting here in the city that e f two tornado Monday night, hit dozens of homes and several businesses in Tupelo. The mayor says they're still trying to come up with a final damage estimate. But he says it's going to be in the millions of dollars Radi bell in jacks and oh baby. Your woman is setting a new record for the world's biggest baby. A woman in Sydney gave birth to a twelve and a half pound baby. This week breaking the record. Nikki bell didn't use pain relief during the birth of her son Parker, James bell, didn't mom says. She's pretty sure of all childbirth. Hers. No matter what size the baby is. Lisa Carter NBC News Radio. And now a look back.

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"mississippi city" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Trump, and that's the truth right there. That's the truth. That is what is at stake. And now, it's your turn friend. The Senate Republicans Brad Kavanagh the president. They took care of business. Now, we've got another seat at the high court. But now, it's your turn and the left unashamedly has exposed itself for what it wishes to do. You've got that New York. Congressman was was that dude's name mister mister Nadler ranking member and. Judiciary issues over the house. He wants he's putting it out there for you to consider as a voter. He's asking you as the American electorate give the Democrats power give the Democrats the house again, they will provide an investigation start moving toward impeaching. Brit impeaching Brad Kavanagh. That's of course. I'm not sure if that's either before or after they impeach Donald Trump. They're showing it to giving you a clear choice. Now. It's up to you. My friend to go out there registered to vote. Go find yourself friends, family like minded people just a like minded ones. Go find them. And register them to vote today and tomorrow and in a couple of weeks if you have early voting he needed to push them to the polls. It's time patriot your needed on the front lines of battle. You're needed in this election. Let's get a quick five data's quick five. I'm Sergio Sanchez for Dana bash. Let's see what we got your. No, not this one from Mississippi that you see this. I know you did if you went online. High school bands halftime performance. Depicting police being held at gunpoint, fuelling anger. In a Mississippi city, rightfully so a place where two cops recently killed pictures of the forest hill.

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"mississippi city" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on Omnibus

"Yeah yeah or the planes i mean that were a great sort of mysterious and still i mean there were still a lot of wild land in there really making it them the mississippi city really does give you missouri arkansas these all become parts of the west own trolley that covered his south lake union neighborhood and he called it the south lake union trolley i don't think he called her that i think seattle yeah has decided that would be so funny to call i mean it that's felt like you try that's or sort of slut the world we presently and we still live refer in to it as or a slut there's one more we exception do than in i really fact like there is an am there's a radio story that station kt in g mazury g in michigan that is still went lacaille on st line oh in right the eighties casey you and they say us ads for in keep colorado uniquely the free late i nineties think or something like they that changed but i don't their call know if signed anyone's a k won't r under pro ap vying it is it so a route the is it international actually a heff upstate issue telegraph union or the international telecommunication union is what you've all into as television stations also became part of the mix and television stations use the same prefixes and country prefixes as the radio stations to this organization gradually throughout the twenties and thirties became more and more international and after world war two was absorbed into the united nations oh the un actually overseas the assignment of call signs at internationally they do so the un has a whole sort of portfolio of international organizations the international telecommunication union is one but also the unm administers unisex f the united nations children's fund right or.

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"mississippi city" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"mississippi city" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To make them all in a college for free of nick sabin begging bourbon meyer going liam niece in and harbaugh losing i think deserves the opportunity playoff by what they've been able to accomplish and what they've been able to do certainly not maybe in this game but i think the team we play tonight some very good football team and probably one of the most teams in the country home may won eleven games not very many teams able to do that and i know what all the scenarios might be where we would have an opportunity to do it i certainly like to see this team get the opportunity to do it and i think they deserve a suave selami solve those in on football injury to move damn people on the sideline and a can is in the behavior than the obama find out who and all the moga cease so all of so under a northern want but fell fellow i let that happen that is the one on your for can sidelining are you urge quarterback we'll find out who i was often you made your college football it's all out investigation brother made players we make uh they made uh i wish her heart of ordering were there and the craft threerun gene quarterback at out on a metaphor we had a we had a few mistakes offensively ripped through stakes defensively that we had had a few more needed seniors hour the when ventures dan oh man so that was great save sabin begging a bilal album it doesn't really have any great winds on their scheduled mean the be mississippi city's plans mudassar to we were the house nomura albert it was in a tough situation by the way i'm sorry by i hadn't heard that urban all my got his name to talk about this anymore let me take a couple more things are out there he just kept going all that investigation liam niece agree with the take was great i'm going to find you and i would i feel you do the horrible oppression of a jim harbaugh who continues to lose all lanes of michigan did you hear the loan cough while hours like they may place we may place the greg adding that right so there you go well done your bumpy flurry college propery alex smith scoring star in key to leave in.

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