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Fresh update on "monmouth" discussed on AM Tampa Bay
"Is she okay? She's fine. She hits you in the hospital. Now. Two others were treated at the scene and released. FedEx says some of its employees are among the dead. Dave Tony, a deputy police chief, just told Fox they're still working. No idea who did it. And if he worked at that facility, I'm Dave Anthony. This'd Fox news family of George Floyd bracing for a verdict, which could come next week. Closing arguments in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin begin Monday. An attorney for the family of a 13 year old boy shot by Chicago Police says he didn't have a gun in his hand. He believes the seventh grader tossed it behind a fence before he turned to face the officer. Body camera video shows the officer chasing him and yelling, Drop it before he opens. Fire. Police are expecting widespread protests today. Republicans are outraged over a proposed bill to expand the Supreme Court by four seats. But even so, Democrats are not on board, including the speaker of the House comes just a week after the White House announced the commission to study Court Reform Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's not ready to bring the bill to the floor. Yeah, it's a big step. It's not out of the question. It has been done before. Critics have argued that this is really about intimidating the court. One of the sponsors, Hank Johnson, said the court needs to know that the people are watching Kevin Corke reporting, House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy was asked about Congressman Matt Gates during a Capitol briefing. He said he has met with the Panhandle Republican who's denied any wrongdoing. Mad Gates is is the same as any American. He's innocent till proven guilty. Gates is the focus of both a federal and House ethics committee investigation at this point, McCarthy says he has no plans to remove the Northwest Florida lawmaker from his house committee assignments. A new survey shows lots of hesitancy about getting a covert shots. About one out of every five Americans or 21% say they do not wish to be vaccinated against the novel Coronavirus. Those are the findings of a poll published this week by Monmouth University in New Jersey. The pollsters say it is essentially unchanged from a similar poll done earlier this year. But these numbers may change again as the interviews of those polled were done before both the CDC and FDA recommended pausing the use of Johnson and Johnson back Seemed due to reports of blood clotting and six patients. The poll also shows Maurel registered Democrats willing or wanting to be vaccinated. Then Republicans Evan Brown NewsRadio Wofl, a Michigan hospitals are on the verge of hitting capacity as the state grapples with a surgeon coronavirus cases. At least eight hospitals in the Detroit area or 95% full. That's with 4200 patients close to the peak of 4300 in November. We're one week away from the next launch into space with a crew. NASA and Space X are targeting Thursday, April 22nd for their second crew flight aboard the Space X Crew dragon Endeavor carried by the company's Falcon nine rocket. Lift off is currently scheduled for 6:11 A.m. eastern time from Kennedy Space Center's launch complex. 39 a. The four person crew will head to the International space Station with expected arrival on Friday morning. AL Inspector News radio. W F L A Orlando Princes William and Harry will not walk side by side of Prince Philip's funeral. Buckingham Palace says their cousin Peter Phillips, will walk between the brothers in the funeral procession on Saturday. It's the first appearance of the two brothers in public since Terry in Megan's Bombshell interview with Oprah. It's a 36. Whether is next, inspired by state farm. Surprisingly great rates. It's so cheap, like a good neighbor State farm is there No place like a cowboy place in the time like a couple of time in the way like the cowboy way. Have a cowboy candidate here when you're all that whole crowd boys contained that cowboy ground. No way, like the cowboy way. Have a cowboy candidate here like to have a big time. Try the new big scape burger. Every Rogers restaurants. It's a quarter pound burger with Smithfield pulled pork beer battered onion rings American cheese in spicy barbecue sauce on a corn dusted Kasur bun ain't.
Fresh update on "monmouth" discussed on Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge
"Wish to be vaccinated against the novel Coronavirus. Those are the findings of a poll published this week by Monmouth University in New Jersey. The pollsters say it is essentially unchanged from a similar poll done earlier this year. But these numbers may change again as the interviews of those polled were done before. Both the C D. C and FDA recommended pausing the use of Johnson and Johnson vaccine due to reports.
Fresh "Monmouth" from Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge
"Wiley in southeastern Collin County, down through a garland downtown Dallas and then back down through Grand Prairie, Arlington, all the way back past Weatherford and so forth. And these showers and thunderstorms gonna come through here over the next Hour or so there's another line of showers and storms related to a cold front. That's up in the Midwest. And so it's just gonna be kind of a rainy, stormy day, often on two or three little waves high today 67 Low Tonight 50 wins will be shifting to the North this evening 20 to 30 and dusty and will be cooler this weekend Right now at W B. A P. 57 degrees. News brought to you by civic tax relief. A new survey highlights Americans feelings toward the cove in 19 vaccines. Correspondent Evan Brown, about one out of every five Americans or 21% say they do not wish to be vaccinated against the novel Coronavirus. Those are the findings of a poll published this week by Monmouth University in New Jersey. The pollsters say it is essentially unchanged.
Fresh update on "monmouth" discussed on AM Tampa Bay
"Indianapolis police spokesperson Ginny Cook says several other people are being treated at area hospitals, one of them in critical condition. The gunman, police say is also dead from a self inflicted gunshot wound. For family members of workers of that FedEx facility. Many anxious moments in Johnston says he was lucky my wife works in there. And she texts me to tell me there was an active shooter and we communicated back and forth for a while. She since notified me, she's okay. Nearby Hospital is being used as a reunification center for employees and their families. On Jack Callahan. This is Fox fears the family of George Floyd is bracing for a verdict, which could come next week. Closing arguments in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Showman begin on Monday. The defense rested a month before the one year anniversary of Floyd's death. Attorney for the family of a 13 year old boy shot by Chicago Police says he did not have a gun in his hand. He believes the seventh grader tossed it behind a fence before he turned to face the officer. Body camera shows the officer chasing him and yelling, drop it before opening fire. Republicans are outraged over a proposed bill to expand the Supreme Court by four seats. But even some Democrats are not on board, including the speaker of the House bill comes just a week after the White House announced a commission to study Court Reform Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's not ready to bring the bill to the floor. Yeah, it's a big step. It's not out of the question. It has been done before. Critics have argued that this is really about intimidating the court. One of the sponsors, Hank Johnson, said the court needs to know that the people are watching Kevin Corke reporting. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy was asked about Congressman Matt Gates during a Capitol briefing. He says he's met with the Panhandle Republican who has denied any wrongdoing. Matt Gates is is the same as any American. He's innocent till proven guilty. Gates is the focus of both a federal and House ethics committee investigation Right now, McCarthy says he has no plans to remove the lawmaker from his house committee assignments. The new survey shows a lot of hesitancy about getting a covert shot. About one out of every five Americans or 21% say they do not wish to be vaccinated against the novel Coronavirus. Those are the findings of a pole. Published this week by Monmouth University in New Jersey. The pollsters say it is essentially unchanged from a similar poll done earlier this year. But these numbers may change again as the interviews of those polled were done before both the CDC and FDA recommended pausing the use of Johnson and Johnson vaccine due to reports of blood clotting and six patients. The poll also shows Maurel registered Democrats willing or wanting to be vaccinated. Then Republicans Evan Brown, NewsRadio Wofl, a Princes William and Harry will not walk side by side at Prince Philip's funeral. Buckingham Palace says their cousin Peter Phillips, will walk between the brothers in the funeral procession behind Prince Philip's coffin before the funeral of Windsor Castle. It'll be the brothers first public appearance since Harry and Megan's Bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey. 6 35 at news radio. W F L A.
Fresh update on "monmouth" discussed on Austin's Morning News
"Hey, LBJ News time. 5 30. Good morning. I'm Robert Wood and topping Austin's news officials in Indianapolis say a gunman opened fire late Thursday night at a FedEx facility, killing at least eight people. Indianapolis police spokeswoman Today. Cook says more were injured. Um four people transported by ambulance, one in critical condition with gunshot. Injuries consistent with gunshot wounds Way had three others that were transported with various other injuries. And then we had two other people that were here at the scene treated by medical staff. And then released. Cook says the suspected gunman killed himself when officers arrived. Several congressional Democrats unveil legislation Thursday. Seeking to expand the number of justices on the Supreme Court. More from Griff Jenkins 1969 9 sprinkled justices have presided over the highest court in the land. But now Democrats have decided it's time to change that and add four more. But before the House Judiciary Committee chairman unveiled that legislation, Speaker Pelosi shot it down. Would you commit to bringing that bill The floor. No, I have no plans to bring it to the floor. But she has voiced support for studying the expansion and at the White House. The president's position appears noncommittal on the issue. He strongly opposed as a senator, calling it a bonehead idea until it became a controversy on the campaign trail last year. Separately, President Biden order the creation of a commission to study adding more justices to the Supreme Court. Serving on American's attitudes towards covert vaccines is out more from Evan Brown, about one out of every five Americans or 21% say they do not wish to be vaccinated against the novel Coronavirus. Those are the findings of a pole. Published this week by Monmouth University in New Jersey. The pollsters say it is essentially unchanged from a similar poll done earlier this year. But these numbers may change again as the interviews of those polled were done before both the CDC and FDA recommended pausing the use of Johnson and Johnson vaccine due to reports of deadly blood clotting and six patients. The poll also shows more registered Democrats willing or wanting to be vaccinated, then Republicans Evan Brown, Fox News Constitutional Kerry Gun legislation has the support of the Texas House that bill passing on second reading Thursday. House Bill 1927, authored by state. Rep. Matt Shafer would allow those over 21 who can legally buy a gun in Texas to carry in public without a permit. It's time for Texas to join the 20 other states that have passed common sense constitutional care. Democratic representative Joe Moody of El Paso opposed the bill. April 15th 2021 is the date we heard a big gun expansion bill, having done nothing at all, to make sure dangerous criminals aren't armed, having done nothing.
Melvin Hazen Helped Segregate Washington DC, And Got A Park In His Name
"Eighty years ago. Any washingtonian would have likely known. The name melvin. Hazen he was the city's defacto mayor before residents were allowed to elect their own leaders now neighbors and officials are calling for hazings name to be removed from local park. Wmu's jacob fenced-in explains why if you've never heard the name. Melvin hazen you're not alone melvyn hayes and was is coretec. Watch hikes to my along. Trail named for mr hazen three times a week with her dog but never knew who was named four or why not. I mean it's got the creek right beside it. The trail crisscrossing. Melvin creek winding valley under a canopy of beach and tulip trees at leads from rock creek. Park up to connecticut avenue. Recently neighbors have begun to learn about the man behind the name basically thanks to him that or free. Upper northwest is as white as it is. Monmouth is a local advisory neighborhood commissioner. She says he's in policies when he ran. The city in the nineteen thirties were racist. He worked to bulldoze one of the only black communities west of rock creek that legacy of segregation is visible to this day word. Three where melvin. Park is located his just seven percent black given the ugly history. Is this really. We want to memorialize answer no in november nemeth and the anc called on the national park service which owns the park to rename it dc congresswoman. Eleanor holmes norton made the same request. It's the latest effort to scrub the city. In the country of names and monuments with racist legacies the scrutiny on hazing is due in part to research done by local historian and writer neil flanagan. It's a story that explains a lot about why. Dc looks the way it does you know why on one side of rock creek park and why qabala live on the other during seasons fifty year career in dc. He went from an axeman clearing land to make way for streets to district. Surveyor president of the board of supervisors
"monmouth" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
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"monmouth" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"That lee attacked the enemy as soon as possible and that washington was bringing up reinforcements with that news. Lee pressed forward ordering general wayne to take the lead position supported by field artillery as the four submerged from the ravines into a broader field. The american cavalry spotted simcoe rangers. Who were mostly mounted on horseback. The queen's rangers charged chasing the american cavalry when they realized they were also charging into the lines of infantry. The british troops withdrew wayne advance guard to pursue the retreating british dragoons fighting the british rearguard in disorder and confusion. Wayne send a message to lee asking him to bring up his entire force to help capture the rearguard lisa a few hundred reinforcements but did not want to commit his army. As lee advanced he discovered simcoe. Is rangers had taken a defensive position on a hill. He ordered wayne to advance on them slowly. Well he sent another force around their left flank to get behind them. Lee hope that he could capture the loyalists rather than simply chase them away. The british had mostly pulled up and marched away before dawn the leading division of about six thousand haitians and the fifteen hundred supply. Wagons had already gotten miles away from the battlefield before the americans arrived. General clinton remained with a four thousand man force near monmouth. General cornwallis commanded another two thousand men nearby. Clinton knew that lee's advance force was close and that washington's main force was still several miles away. If the british turned they might be able to defeat lee's division in detail before washington could arrive at worst his stand by time for his supply wagons to put more distance between them and the enemy at around. Ten o'clock clinton ordered cornwallis division to about face and go at a fast march to attack lee clinton's division would back them up as the summer sun grew close to mid day. Large numbers of british soldiers dropped from heat exhaustion and passed out the march however did arrive in time around noon. Lee's attempt to capture simcoe. Rangers fell apart as the american saw corn. Wallace's division advancing toward them. Lee ordered general lafayette to take a small division to outflank the new attackers. Lafayette concerned about the idea of attacking cornwallis division with an inferior force..
"monmouth" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"He assumed the attack was scheduled for the morning of june. Twenty nine as the americans prepared. They're attacked the british column. Under general clinton was trying to find a good defensive position to defend against just such an attack on june twenty-fourth whilst still in allentown general clinton rearrange the marching order of the british column. He moved the haitians who had been in the rear guard to the front of the column and behind them. He put his fifteen hundred supply. Wagons clinton believed that the americans were probably most interested in capturing the british supplies. He wanted his best combat troops between his wagons and the enemy he also ordered british and hessian grenadier companies to march nearest to the wagons. General cornwallis took command of a division including of the light infantry to defend the columns left flank. That would most likely be where the enemy would strike. Clinton also deployed lieutenant colonel. John graves simcoe to use his provincial. Queen's rangers to scout out enemy positions. As the british marched they face continual harassment morgan's riflemen took potshots at the column from the british right. Flank dickinson's new jersey militia continually raided the columns left flank as men marched. This forced the british deploy skirmishes the slowing down the columns overall movement even worse than enemy fire was the unbearable. He ahead commander reported that. Nearly one third of his soldiers had fallen out of line due to heat exhaustion carrying one hundred pound packs and wool. Uniforms did not agree. Well with the soldiers suffering under the blazing summer sun many days of rain leading up to this time also resulted in a boom of mosquitoes which also attacked the column without mercy. Two days after leaving allentown on the afternoon of june twenty six the british had reached monmouth. Courthouse cornwallis best troops. Set up camp several miles north of monmouth while the large hessian division camp several miles to the east of monmouth clinton opted to rest his men in camp the next day. June twenty-seventh many were in danger of dying from heatstroke and a brutal thunderstorm had made conditions even more miserable instead of trying to move his army. Forward clinton scouted the terrain to make sure he had a good defensive position in case of attack swampy areas and ravines protected their.
"monmouth" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"Hello and thank you for joining the american revolution this week. Episode one eighty nine the battle of monmouth. Last week i covered british efforts to march across new jersey after evacuating philadelphia. They were marching to new york city. General clinton had sent his heavy equipment civilians prisoners and the sick via the fleet but the bulk of his army had to march overland. The continentals under washington sent only a token force to reclaim philadelphia. Leaving behind his sick and invalids washington moved his entire army out of valley forge and into new jersey toward the retreating british column as the continental army began. Its first major campaign of seventeen seventy eight. It did so with a new second in command of the army. Charles lee had been a british prisoner of war since late. Seventeen seventy six when the british had captured him a few weeks. Before the battle of trenton. The continental army was on the ropes. Many expected it to fail at any time. Many were also calling for general lee to replace washington as commander of the army lee at that time had refused to join his army with washington's for a final showdown instead he found one excuse after another to remain in northern new jersey and it was only after his capture that his army merged with washington's providing enough soldiers for the attack on trenton during his captivity in new york lease opinion of the continental army and washington's leadership did not improve lead worked on a military strategy which he shared with british general how to help the british when the war fortunately for him the british leadership kept the news of this treasonous activity a secret from the continentals as he neared his exchange. Lee began to think about how the americans might win the war again. He had not altered his view that the americans could never stand up. Directly against british regulars in the field lee proposed that the americans moved most of their civilians and supplies further west. Possibly moving congress to pittsburgh civilians might move further down river where they would be under spanish protection. The continentals could then begin a total guerrilla war with the british or what he called indian style. Fighting americans would use hit and run tactics to keep the british from returning to.
"monmouth" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle
"That was Patrick Murray founder of the most respected polling institute in the country. Monmouth University. As we crawl toward this election, we're all going to be inundated with newscasters quoting poll after poll pre debate post-debate about this issue or that candidate we watch incessantly while these newscasters tell us about our own collective opinions. They give us impression that the poll is a picture of likely results on election. Day. But we all remember two, thousand sixteen with an election night surprise between Clinton and trump. Polls are just a snapshot from yesterday..
North Carolina voters unmoved by Dem Senate hopeful’s sex scandal
"Weeks from today Americans will not just decide who they want the White House, but the balance of power the Senate as well On. Congressional races in down ballot races in the US Senate thirty-five seats up this year twenty three held by Republicans, Twelve Democrats, and pulling analysis site fivethirtyeight. Now, project Democrats are slightly favored to take over that chamber, but it's close we've been falling day by day and expanding battleground map of states that now have genuinely competitive Senate races one of those races where the pulling seem pretty good for Democrats early on with North Carolina. That's where incumbent Republican Senator Thom Tillis is facing a challenge from former state senator and. Iraq and Afghanistan war veteran cal Cunningham and back in the beginning of September cutting performing pretty well point ahead of us in the monmouth university poll which left a lot of people thinking wow, this could happen. Could this be a democratic Senate pickup and then a week and a half ago that also seemed to be up ended on October Second Tillis his campaign confirmed the senator tested positive for corona virus, and later that very same day text messages surfaced between cal Cunningham and a woman who is not his wife. After about a week of pretty brutal extramarital relationship accusations started look like I don't know maybe Democrats were counting their chickens a little too early in the north. Carolina Senate race but that new bullying came out and guess what the whole thing seems to have helped. Cal. Cunningham. In a Monmouth University poll just released today cutting lead over Senator Thom Tillis is actually expanded. He's now by four points whereas he was only by one September.
Biden Leads Trump, 49%-44%, Among Likely Wisconsin Voters in Latest Marquette Poll
"Some new polling shows that things are actually tightening. Now, one poll, there was a national poll, but we don't talk about national polls that had trump down ten points national, completely irrelevant, not applicable at all national polls. Do not matter. Show me state polls, show me trends now Monmouth, which has donald trump down ten points. Nationally had the same in August of two, thousand sixteen. However. There's a Marquette University poll in Wisconsin that shows Biden up five points now, that might seem like bad news. But as we examined some of the new emerging polls on a statewide basis, which is more important. Especially in battleground states, we have a totally different picture. Now, remember you could lose California by eighty points by ninety points, lose the popular vote and still win in a landslide with the electoral college. Also something to consider at these polls polls that conduct something called live collar with cell phones, they tend to skew Democrat why this is what we call the shy trump voter. I add three to four to all these polls. OAS? especially in a presidential, never remember conservatives are much more likely to hide their true political opinions from public view. The presumption is that this includes from pollster if it's live on a phone call and this bears out in the methodologies. So a new poll in Arizona Has Martha mcsally, the incumbent Republican senator who was appointed by Governor, Doug Ducey. She is down five points where she was down nine points and a similar poll previously. Speed look at. Oh, predictive trendline since December, it follows what we'd basically know to be true that trump was ahead at the end of last year and pre pandemic. Then things got really bad. We know that no one is denying it, but the race is tightening in the president's favor. Republican plus two in December to a low, of Democrat, plus nine and plus in May, and now it's improved for trump to Democrat plus for for now. And, now, here's a new promising poll that shows trump is beating biden conducted by Rasmussen pulse opinion in the State of North Carolina. The poll of Seven, hundred, fifty likely voters shows the president beating Biden by a single point when leaners are included. So we can cherry pick polls and there some polls that show trump down in some of these states. But the enthusiasm index is definitely in the president's direction. I think there. There, are some major issues here that are missing from the conversation. If the president can continue to show significant gains when it comes to the Chinese Corona, virus get college football back on the airwaves I think this is how his election lose I? Think he's going to have massive gains and I think the more the president is ahead of the curve on the issue of the economy and law and order the better.
New Jersey Jail Guard Gets Probation for Having Sex With Inmate
"Just probation. No prison for a former mom if county corrections officer who admitted engaging in sexual activity with an inmate who happened to be a former girlfriend of his 42 year old Thomas Morrow was seen on surveillance last year following the 31 year old woman into a bathroom at the Monmouth County
"monmouth" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Or guaranteed service dot com the Jersey won a one point five instant weather yet another batch of thunderstorms sweeping through the state tonight with gusty winds heavy downpours lots a lightening all possible over the next few hours and then tomorrow's forecast is a bit of a puzzlement we will have a cold front in the area it'll be pretty hot and humid what R. thunderstorm chances looks surprisingly low for a change skies should clear especially after midnight tonight lows fall into the somewhat sticky mid sixties and then tomorrow lots of sunshine highs in the mid eighties my only concern here is an afternoon shower thunderstorm again it looks like a slight chance humidity starts to dial back tomorrow afternoon you'll start to feel more comfortable air tomorrow evening and then Sunday will be cooler and much less humid highs mid to upper seventies sunny and breezy looks like a nice day more sunshine on Monday pleasant with highs again about seventy five to eighty from the Edison heating and cooling weather desk I'm chief meteorologist Dan zero seaside heights eighty two Salem eighty three east Brunswick eighty two fast traffic and weather every fifteen minutes on New Jersey one a one point five and weather brought to you by Monmouth County public info in tourism the Monmouth County freeholders urge beachgoers to know before you go asking visitors to research their Monmouth County destination before leaving home for more information go to visit Monmouth dot com four thirty seven with Kaminsky and Doyle the New Jersey department of education is surveying parents about reopening the schools one of the things you want to know about is how you feel your kids wearing masks if that was required and if you're talking about what you think having masks on the children to go back to school.
How coronavirus could affect the six states slated to hold Democratic elections Tuesday
"Big one so last week we had super Tuesday and today as I guess on a super dose day whatever you wanna call it the media can never seem to consolidate around a name for this darn thing every single election cycle the next Tuesday with all the elections nobody knows what the deal is super Tuesday two point oh many super Tuesday okay you know what figure out the style guide and get back to me but as of today we do have a an election in a bunch of states primaries Idaho Michigan Mississippi Missouri North Dakota and Washington this is a big one and there's a number of the states that Bernie Sanders is hoping he can pick off as this race comes down to just him and Daffy old Joe Biden and they've they've got to fight for three hundred and fifty two delegates today on their way they're both either both of them are hoping to cross that that threshold of I believe nineteen ninety one one thousand nine hundred and ninety one delegates necessary to win the democratic nomination and by can perform really well last week and it looks like he's on track to perform well again today because Michigan where Bernie Sanders is spending all of his time right now who is polling so heavily in favor of Joe Biden that it would not be a complete shock if at the end of the you know the next forty eight hours Bernie Sanders is announcing his support for Joe because at this moment Biden is leading fifty one to twenty seven percent according to one survey just out an epic and epic MRA poll and then in another city survey Monmouth university he's leading fifty one to thirty six this is not a close contest in Michigan at least based on the survey numbers and in two thousand sixteen which is the number which is the place a lot of people reflect back on Bernie didn't beat Hillary by a very narrow margin and this surveys did show Hillary with a sizeable lead over Bernie going in to the Michigan vote that's true here is the issue though pollsters were sampling the wrong crowd during that election and in fact had undercounted the extent to which the young people would be involved in the vote polls and estimated that voters under thirty we're only going to make up about ten percent of the vote in Michigan back then in twenty sixteen but what really happened they showed up they were twenty percent of the vote and they gave their support to Sanders posters are ready for that phenomenon if it happens again this time and as they look at that the same dude Joe Biden is destroying you in a place where you think you can win blue collar support Michigan will be everyone I've heard this several times is that Sanders has a ceiling there is has a ceiling because his base is the young vote millennials and the socialist group of millennials now not all millennials are socialists not all millennials have been raised to believe that socialism is the the panacea to all of their their horrible terrible problems in the world have the majority of the memories that way it looks like that but it's not all of them so he has a ceiling is to have the number of people to whom a socialism is palatable and so you can only go so high I think you know I I I I've been thinking lately that there's also a coronavirus relationship in terms of how he's doing really yeah because so here's let me let me just play it out for you okay so as like as the public is become more and more aware of cry virus which of course it has G. I don't need to take a survey I guess check any store thank you walk into my supermarket be like oh people are thinking about coronavirus there is no hand sanitizer or rubbing alcohol available yeah people are stressed on their thinking about this modern America has been characterized by a jacket in view of what our problems are right oftentimes we're talking about like how look at the the micro aggressions that are going on over here or that's your being transphobic if you have two bathrooms and one of them's label mail one of them's labeled female like the nonsense arguments we constantly get sucked into and Bernie Sanders is in some ways a part of that conversation I get this this decadent conversation about what certain problems or nerve centers has his finger on the pulse of I think some real problems in the United States but also this idea that like well maybe we should try socialism now maybe that's the answer to all of our problems you don't get that kind of leash you don't have that kind of space to fork with the system if real problems are at your doorstep right I mean if I was to fly to Hong Kong right now to ask people what they think about transgender bathrooms and global warming they would smack me in the face or they would look at you completely confused because they have like real problems are trying to maintain some semblance of a democracy in their country so when Bernie Sanders is running around going you know we really need to socialism at this moment as more more Americans are like sort of fixating on okay how do we get through this like health issue to whatever extent you considered a real problem there's plenty of Americans who do I imagine that there's a healthy percentage of their god okay you know that sort of like Astor Terrick candidate the one we're kind of flirting with ever thinking about it maybe we could talk about that guy I got I think this is probably not helping Bernie Sanders this is one of those moments where you know they're turning to a guy like I just need somebody who's been in the government before I mean in that equation they may just decide okay Biden's better or Bernie Sanders is not the kind of person that they have the luxury to vote for at this moment but to play devil's advocate last night at the town hall on fox Bernie was asked about corona virus obviously and he can answer a question that was one thing I learned last night about from watching that town hall last night he takes his like Obama he takes seven minutes to answer a very simple question because he won't answer it so he goes off on all these tensions all over the place right everything comes back to trump's evil and he's going to solve all the world's problems he was talking about corona virus and he was talking about health people are quarantined for two weeks they can't pay their bills and so the government should be you know giving the people money in order to help them get through two weeks of a quarantine and through through this of which is a very socialist view of how to handle something like this and that appeals to a lot of
Shrewsbury, NJ Man Admits Sexual Assault Of 7 Pre-Teen Children
"Prosecutors in Monmouth County announced a man admitted to sexually assaulting seven juveniles all under the age of thirteen between two thousand eight in twenty eighteen forty six year old Victor me SO Venus from Shrewsbury entered a guilty plea for several counts earlier today the terms of the plea deal calls for a sentence of eighteen years in state prison without
Health care, abortion top searches in Iowa ahead of caucuses: report
"And that was some data from Iowa and they find it in Iowa people who are searching for the seven democratic candidates who will be in the next debate people are searching for them the two most common terms that they search along with those names our healthcare and abortion wow Ireland days away as former VP Biden continues to lead in Iowa in the latest Monmouth Paul by just two points over Bernie Sanders by the way Sir dissenters is surge has the entire party panicking
Trump rallies in Milwaukee ahead of impeachment trial
"President trump holds a rally in Milwaukee tonight well six of the democratic candidates have a debate in the morning less than three weeks to the Iowa caucuses before beginning to make up their minds now this is a critical moment Joe Biden down playing a new Monmouth university poll that gives him a six point edge in
New Hampshire Poll: Four-way race among Buttigeig, Biden, Sanders and Warren
"A new poll shows for twenty twenty democratic presidential candidates in a race that's too close to call the latest Monmouth pull out of New Hampshire has former south bend Indiana mayor Pete put a judge on top with twenty percent vice president Joe Biden is just one point behind in Vermont senator Bernie Sanders is one point behind Biden fox's Jessica Rosenthal says senator Elizabeth Warren comes in a close fourth place with fifteen
"monmouth" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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Man whose phone number was found on Jersey City attacker arrested
"McKinney in Monmouth County man in court today on weapons charges that are being linked to the Jersey city shootout Ahmed al Hadi's phone number and address found in the pocket of one of those dead
How a 'Flipped Palate' Affects a Racing Horse
"Nick Zito sent out Kentucky. Derby runner-up is box in the Belmont stakes. After having won the Florida Derby icebox went off as the three to one favorite in the test of the champion. But he finished ninth after the race. Zito said that icebox had flipped his Palette which caused his dull finish. So what does that mean. Take the tip of your tongue and tickle the back of your mouth make sure due to keep that soft tissue back. They're soft don't stiff in your throat. Okay that soft tissue. You're feeling with your tongue. Is Your soft oft pallet with race. Horses that soft palate can flip up and sit. On top of the EPA Gladys the EPA gladys is the little flap of skin skin in the back of your throat. That makes sure you don't swallow food down your windpipe or breathe into your stomach instead of your lungs. So when the soft palate sits it's on that EPA gladys the airway is partially obstructed. And the Horse isn't getting all the fuel it needs now. Typically the cure for a flipped pallet. Hallett is a minor surgical procedure to lift the Palette. So it doesn't flip up. It sounds relatively simple and in theory the horse should return to form thereafter rafter. But in the case of icebox after that throat surgery he finished off the board in the Haskell travers and the Monmouth Cup in fact icebox never won another race and finished in the top three in one allowance race over the next year and a half his final start. Art was an eleventh in the two thousand Eleven Breeders Cup classic. So here's the question. Is there a little more to it when a horse flips. It's pallet. It seems that that some researchers at Cornell University have been investigating that very question and one of those investigators. Dr Norm Ducharme joins us here on the gate with some surprising results. It's alternate and one of those investigators. Dr Jonathan Chatham joins us here on the gate with some surprising results. Alternate Ed and one of those investigators. Dr Martin Bucer. Coney joins US here on the gate with some surprising results. Your colleagues and you have spent a great deal of time researching researching what causes the soft palate to be displaced. What have you found so we found that in the earlier about historically shortly? We used to think that I was always the pallets fault that something was wrong with the pallid itself and that's led to a lot of treatment targeting the pallet but we found that it's the position of the larynx voice box that stabilizes the upper airway horses that exercise. This is and this is Pacific to race horses or horses that do more than just trotting any horse. Galloping race of the our study was focus on them as horses and we found that one specific muscle and they could be others as well. Just one that there's more studies on fatigues a few seconds before the Horse Displaces Palate is upper airway become loose quote unquote. And then the polit spices. The Racehorse In the second career often can become a sport horse and being the same greed so but if you relate into other functions that complained and many of the sport anymore says on a horse that this thing is talent is the normal noise. He's so the displacement of palate causes an obstruction to the airflow but unless the horse needs maximum airflow flow capacity the obstruction does not interfere or is unlikely to interfere with the performance of the Horse. But the horse the second thing that a pal how displacement does in the vast majority of horses as it creates an abnormal up arrest story noise often referred to as snoring or gurgling really. It's the same structure that people that snore vibration of the palate and horses is that displays the Palette of vibration of Palate as well and have normal noise affects the perception of judge. This writer in in the sports world. Can you please explain what the common surgical procedure is. How does the Pallet get lifted up? It's the airflow during excellence. And that lifts the Palette and causing obstruction during excavation and that's opposed to most other obstruction in the worst is anyway which happens during installation so during acceleration wants to the boys boxes below the Palette. The Palette is like Cassandra or spinnaker in an airflow get caught and the airflow and and lifts it up and vibrates just like you and I. We were snoring. The that's probably the proper metaphor accepting happens while racing or galloping horses now if the issue is muscle fatigue in the soft palate is that indicative negative of General Muscle Fatigue in the Horse in other words is the horse just destined not to run that fast no there. It's and then muscle fatigue in the muscles that controlled the position of voice box. We don't know that the soft palate actually fatigues south excellent. Maybe a an innocent bystander in that area were too soft pilots natural strength and fatigue May may not be able to prevent displacement. When it's an in nonsense illogical position meaning it sticking stuck on the air flow in the middle of the airflow but to come back to the fatigue? So so we've and this paper here that we're referring discovering muscles. Fatigue is is the likely cause of displacement and most forces right forces that is but they sit in their first. I'll answer question to through faith. The first question is is the muscle the horse just fatigue and this is just one of many muscles that are fatigue and and the answer is it's no. This seems to be specific to the muscle that controls the upper airways not the entire worse. There's different type above muscle their arrest story muscle which are meant to function all the time. And there's muscle us When the horses are galloping the skeletal muscle and the training of horses is focused on training them to be able to compete athletically? Let it quickly really focusing on their cardiovascular fitness as well as their skeletal muscle fitness. But we're not sure that the upper for airway current training at that are optimized for the upper airways voices and they might not be optimized optimizing for this group of forces that are predisposed to it because they have the wrong muscle fiber
"monmouth" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"A new poll by Monmouth university finds democratic presidential candidate Pete booted judge now leading in Iowa outpointing Joe Biden twenty two percent to nineteen percent followed by Elizabeth Warren and then Bernie Sanders meanwhile Mister bush judge and potential candidate Michael Bloomberg don't have a lot in common besides the fact that they have experience as mayors they are separated significantly by things like age home town and of course net worth but with the federal government in something approaching paralysis leading a city actually may be a better proving ground for showing you can get things done so says Jerry side executive Washington editor at the Wall Street journal jury your opinion the hottest candidate at the moment is probably people the judge to the mayor of south bend Indiana and potentially the newest candidate in the democratic presidential sweepstakes and one is attracting the most attention now is Michael Bloomberg who served three terms as mayor of New York and it just points to the fact that many years and former mayor you're actually playing a pretty big role in the democratic presidential primary five current or former mayors already have been in the race and Michael Bloomberg would make sex and that's pretty extraordinary and I don't think we ever seen that before and it raises an interesting question of you know why mayors and I think one of the things this points to is that mayors are actually working in government at a level where it actually seems effective these days which is to say at the local level because at the national level government seems in Washington often paralyzed and dysfunctional so I think mayors will tell you that a lot of the real work of getting things done for citizens now happens at the city and state level and therefore being at that level rather than a Washington might not be bad training if you want to leave the country right so for example mayor people to judge of south bend Indiana his record if examines say on the campaign trail more than it is now might reveal what in terms of what he got done did not get done well I think first of all that what he would tell you is that mayors have to be basically consensus builders and not partisan because of that at the local level people don't think of the issues that matter as partisan issues which is to me is for real people and so I think he would make the argument another mayors would as well that there's a kind of style of governance that you have to do at the city level that in a lot of ways more healthy than what happens in the partisan wars in Washington so that's the first thing I think the second thing is that he he a particular try to rebuild some of the blighted neighborhoods in his in his city with a program to demolish or renovate a lot of homes and buildings important neighborhoods and that happened because he got business people and community leaders and moneyed interests together and use a pedal funds to make it happen and then I think the third thing he did was on social issues I think he would point to the fact that he range for there to be peer pressure he turned to leave for city employees which I think he would argue was an important innovation you know the same time I I think he probably but it is what happens when you make things happen you make some people angry I think minorities thought that his revitalize revitalization of neighborhoods had the effect of pushing out African American and Hispanic and in beach under buying those neighbors at neighborhood at their expense and I think is his reaction to the shooting of a an African American man by a white police officer itself and also angered some people the minority community so you kind of can't run and hide when you're in there you have to sort of owned the decisions that you make speaking with Gerry side executive Washington editor at the Wall Street journal's pieces called Bloomberg booted judge and the rise of mayors are so apply that same question here to Mr Bloomberg well you know Michael Palmer at him but obviously read a much much bigger city and has therefore a lot more high profile and to some extent controversial elements in his record you know one thing he did was he took the city from the budget deficit into a surplus he worked with the private sector do things like set up a new tax center for tech businesses and tech education I think the to think that he did that were particularly important a controversial but also relevant to a national campaign what did he took on gun violence and became a big advocate of stricter gun laws both in New York City and then ultimately nationally and he took climate change out of the national debate and and put it into the city debate and a pack organized mayors from around the world to work on climate change in their cities now wait for national governments to make things happen so I think one thing you can be sure that he will point to is his work on guns that climate change is that was all that resonates in a democratic primary thanks Jerry Jerry side executive Washington editor at the Wall Street journal twenty minutes now in front of the hour on this.
National poll: Biden, Warren and Sanders locked together at top of primary
"A monmouth university national poll came out right before I recorded courted. This and it does not move the needle for any candidates trying to get into the November or December. DNC debates at the same time it does offer some support for the ongoing in media narrative of a three way race at the top as always margin of error. I was plus or minus five point three percent which is a little high because the overall sample size is a little low anyway. MONMOUTH is a well. Regarded pollster so here. We go reading from a summary of the poll in politico by Zach montemurro quote. The Democratic primary has no clear leader. A new national poll conducted by Monmouth University shows with former vice president. Joe Biden and Senators was with Warren and and Bernie Sanders locked in a tight race in the poll a full two-thirds of voters back one of the top three candidates Biden and Warren or each at twenty three percent support while Sanders is at twenty percent. No other candidate is in double digits. A clear dividing line between the top three candidates and the rest to the field South Bend Indiana Mayor P Buddha judge sits at nine percent senator. Kamala Harris has five percent and Senator Cory Booker and Andrew. Yang are at three percent each all. The other candidates are below that mark and quote all right. So there's that but the other key item from this poll has to do with electability has time marches ever closer to actual voting voters are taking a closer look at the candidates and trying to sort out whether they feel these people could win in general election weeding once more from politico quote Warren and Sanders. Were both able to close and electability gap in the minds of voters between themselves and Biden Democratic voters were asked to rate on a scale of one to ten A.. Candidates likelihood of defeating president. Donald Trump Biden's average score was seven point three while Warren's was seven point one and Sanders was seven point O. Biden's average score slightly decreased since a monmouth poll. We'll ask that question in June while both Warren and Sanders is score increased and quote so we have three candidates with pretty similar polling being very similar numbers and eighty nine days until the Iowa Caucus. So I'm beginning to think that a three way split coming out of Iowa is a pretty. Are you strong bet this
Discussing Leading up to Breeder's Cup 2019 (With Scott Hazleton, Nick Luck, Gina Bryce, Frank Mirahmadi)
"Tasers plus i'm working came about ten years ago now i think it was wins and jato is still running goodyear to come i think she won the this stuff yeah and so i missed her agonizing defeat but yeah great to be back we mortar place kind of standing here thinking why do i live why do i live in the UK suv amen code and i i try to live here as much as i possibly can and you've been you've been stateside a ton the last several months skull and comparing notes as to how many days spent away from home this year i was beaten by you you will have someone nearly two hundred i think about one hundred twenty six months for me my very long suffering wife is just that if you need to pass assistant i'm happy to come along make the coffee whatever i'd say it's a pretty good gig you got going on out here on a day like today looking over the mountains perfect temperature top class horses cantering i you all is well with the world now and ideally from from here on in the next seventy two hours through saturday tonight get them all around safe and make this make this the the idyllic session that it should be the from from art lips god's ears as we say i wanted also to to the dubai experience right the last the last several years the the international i scott i mean lucky enough to where it we've got a royal ascot gina as well jeanine scott on the same royal ascot show now skull comes over and does a great job for fatigue as well then dubai and dubai together on on that show so yeah trips have been right i mean you can't get rid of me and to be honest with you our our our first encounter we always have we have this connection our first encounter which bad pinch is not here for this story because we're all together was the two thousand seven breeders cup at monmouth park it was my first big remote for HR TV it was was your first go second chauffeur ESPN yeah and it was lafitte lafitte was during the winter cycle presentations i show and we somehow not surprisingly found each other and managed to hang out more than a few times it was of course that week it was often oblique experience that we well saturday and sunday uh about friday and saturday but we're not talking about the weather though you're you guys were well the rain was what i call crying baby rain you think naturally has to stop but it never does danger this week that was is that was as frustrating a scenario as you'll ever going to have around racetrack it was gorgeous every single day that i got i got to meet scott hazelton think either third how i was blessed and we've not looked back since twelve years later here we are that was i i was there broadcasting for for me that was actually my first that was the first season of the show when i was alone was two thousand seven and broadcasting from from the from john heinz office that compound here and the show was four o'clock at that time four to seven so i was there all day and i basically ended up answering phones and helping people tickets and and really i was always met the days i that's one of my fondest memories let's get some let's get some thoughts and nick i always rely on you for international purposes however you've been covering all the lead ups so you know your opinions can go far beyond the the euro's but from an introductory stand point some of the horses this year that that are are kind of new and of course we had not a bayton switch but magical and up disappearing at the last minute and it was frustrating because she was ready to the sun aim she'd have been the marquee name as she'd been here given i welsh around last year and the season she's hiding she went on champions are champions weekend but she's not so on we go there isn't not substan- aim if you'd like to to hang the european challenge on but it scott some debt and there are plenty of hoses who legitimate i think probably the most interesting pair of horses is old persian and anthony van dyck see whether they can whether they can let down to bricks and mortar on the on the turf in the mile and a half race and whether they can expose any shortcomings in in bricks and mortar stamina i don't if you saw the clip on on twitter of me accosting chad yesterday it was a good natured exchange i said to my overcomplicating it he said you always complicate everything i think the the influence i was supposed to draw was that breaks it was just a good horse and i i think he'd be impervious to distance but i i think there's a dealer confidence in the ballydoyle camper van dyken can step up i think you'll have to step up a bit even though he's won a dobby and finish that in an irish champion stakes i think he needs another little step foot but they seem to think he's had the perfect preparation and he's by no means an afterthought they've had this race lined up for him since the summer and that always when we get to this juncture very often we've talked about horses that at the last set again they said oh let's go and and those horses invariably don't run well exactly so it's it's great that he's he ain't going great record in the race he's probably comparable to one one or two of his winners atn equivalent stage of their career he's he's legitimate and i can't seem finishing out of the out of the front path really i said to michelle when i was chatting to a yesterday on on the TV gee breakfast show and i'll say it again if old persian doesn't get any love from the batter's he's probably worth passing because on his full from your last year and his form for made on earlier this year a mile and a half on firm turf he's a he's a very good host but he does need to take a leap forward from the canadian run which was just okay even though he won the triple digit bar though did he not a one can rier you can run fast but just there wasn't much depth to the race fair enough for the work that i want to bring up to is a lou neck the ville de mar hicks runner because if desert encounter doesn't make that spectacular run at woodbine doesn't doesn't he show up here with a little bit of a little i'm chad i'm chairman of the desert encounter fan club only only a really ardent admirer of his exploits think he would have any kind of a show in anna breeders cup too so i think he's a show plan alaniz maybe he's honest horse who has proven that he's effective in north america but i think that's about us boulder cases i can make fair enough at an eugene you sort of perked up at the mention of his name all right yeah i actually agree with nick on the on the breeders cup turf but i just saw time christmas go past this morning on friday i think that's pretty amend as a bit of a lottery that race and they're coming down the hill and you want to get a good break and be drawn well and and get on with proceedings but the europeans quite well drawn in that race seems to be quite a few in with chances is one that's really so stamped his authority on the five furlongs sprint division at home it's a nice little horse his knee and actually when you see him go past he's not going to take the i really but i think he could be quite interesting and he's in a good spot there archie watson does really well with his juvenile he's bringing over a runner and band practice i think it's been joined in two so you'd expect him to had to be sharp and out and and another one with a with a chance but i think the juvenile houses some sometimes the race is that europeans can can occasionally pinch on the turf and there's a few interesting ones this year lucky though that with it being it's a different this year because this is only the second year of the juvenile turf sprint they had but they didn't it wasn't consecrated until she was able to race on the on the go a bit but having it around the band i think that the wesley horses have the advantage of their speed they out of the gate they get that position on the turn and then while you know it's it's game over it's not what you know the european i used to i think camario win if she breaks she's i know that's the that's the if i honestly think she's she couldn't it took a role of keeneland didn't that it took a rule of the stretch kaitlyn and then they're not gonna come back here i don't think we saw last year pledges hose just came out and blasted a multiple that was a different type of course it was it was i guess but i i don't know i think she wins if she breaks success good chances we'll drive drive yeah it's interesting they've taken a ali to wolverhampton to try and chain around the bend and get used to that because you know they you say they all going to encounter different different conditions today sir friday and they've only been running on the straight it's tough five gallons they've had to practice changing awesome getting out quickly and coming around a bend if you were there's there's one thing that unites ceos like a ali in the juvenile turf sprint and a host like anthony van dyke in turf is that this fixture has been on the top of their agenda since the summer so you're talking about hostess who are being specifically targeted at the breeders cup there's to die yet would be another one in the long race for fillies on the turf the to your own race on the tough and raja verion before she even one and finish second on an island in the moya he was saying i want to go to california with an east had some success with osa finishing placed in breeders cup races before they they have three hoses who have been typically targeted at this fixture right from the word go this year
What Polls Show About Impeachment Views in 6 Swing States
"All right back to this New York times piece because it's it's interesting she give you a lot of help too because you know they're very much did not want to run this once they got their numbers but here we are this survey that they had conducted your time Siena college survey where they got these numbers from depicts a deeply divided electorate in these battleground states a year from the election with the president's core supporters and opponents exceptionally energized and unified it at the same time a crucial sliver of relatively moderate voters just seven percent of the electorate support the angry with out backing Mr trump's impeachment and removal from office the findings suggest that public opinion has stabilized and shifting quickly against the president elated September leaves American politics where it's been for some time deadlocked with neither side likely to face severe political cost for its position on the president I don't agree with that if they run a solid campaign if we all do what we need to do the left will pay a price particularly with their knuckle heads vying for their nomination Democrats have long feared that impeachment what alienate moderate voters but in the pivotal states of Pennsylvania Florida Michigan Wisconsin North Carolina and Arizona majority voters support the angry self described dependence back the angry fifty one to forty three percent but they do not support in actual impeachment and not removal from office support for the impeachment increase is largely consistent with recent national surveys which show registered voters backing the angry by an average of nine points over the last three weeks our margin of four points higher than the one in the time CNN poll twenty sixteen the six battleground states were about four points more favorable to Mr trump than the rest of the country was a pattern that persisted in the twenty eighteen mid term election so he's not losing any ground in the states apparently the results suggest the president continues to be stronger in the top battleground states that he is nationwide this is keeping is narrow path to reelection alive an insulating him in his party from national political opinion to an extent keep in mind the relentless ideological monopoly media in this country day in and day out pounding away on the president national surveys have been less consistent about the issue of removal if you high profile national surveys including a fox news poll criticized by the president show a majority of voters supported pitchman and removal but many surveys have not shown support for removal the problem was that whole that fox did used forty eight percent Democrats a much too big sample an NBC wallstreet journal poll for instance found that adults opposed impeachment removal by six point margin forty nine to forty three percent nearly the reverse of the fox result a fifty one to forty three percent others Marist college Quinnipiac CNN S. S. R. S. and Monmouth college also found more opposition then support for impeachment and removal the time Siena results are fairly consistent with those survey so oddly enough the fox Paul was the ALR a group that could be crucial to shifting the balance of public opinion is voters who say they support the increase but are not ready to support removing the president so this seven percent slicer respondents tends to be younger thirty three percent rating at thirty four nearly half are self identified independence and they can prove tough for Democrats to convince fifty one percent say the president's conduct is typical of most politicians perhaps suggesting they hold a jaded view of politics that would tend to minimize the seriousness of the allegations against them well perhaps there right Mr trump supporters for twenty sixteen or nearly unanimous in their opposition to removing him overall ninety four percent of respondents who said they voted for him four years ago said they oppose his impeachment and removal it's possible the trump voters who have soured on him are less likely to divulge their twenty sixteen preference to a pollster now that's wishful thinking by the New York slimes no evidence for that whatsoever trump voters are not convinced that the president's conduct was a typical for politicians in Washington only eleven percent of Mr trump's twenty sixteen supporters believe that is Ukraine related conduct is worse than the conduct of most put the politician seventy five percent say it's typical Democrats and self reported Hillary Clinton voters strongly support impeachment and removal but they're divided by ideology in levels of political engagement and of course they're not they want to remove the president because they don't like because they lost same with the media overall eighty three percent of Democrats and eighty five percent of Mrs Clinton's voters said they supported impeachment and removal from office compared with ninety three percent of Republicans who oppose yes seventy five percent a moderate and conservative Democrats say they support impeaching removing Mr trump twenty one percent are opposed very Liberal Democrats on the other hand ninety three percent are in favor of course they are they're not like I said how much of the hesitation among Democrats comes from voters who say they aren't following the news about impeachment very closely of these voters twenty one percent oppose impeaching removing Mr trump new developments could sway public opinion as well of course the more time doesn't guarantee a shift in public opinion but this is not what the Democrats are hoping for two things more time more leaks more one sided process then all of a sudden they drop all their findings on the American people great drama in the media with all their you know music in orchestras in the background celebrating at the worst president ever a racist and misogynistic corrupt disloyal on American you know all the rest of it all of a sudden the drama of witnesses coming forward if there's a line up all their ducks they learned well from Joseph Stalin but time doesn't guarantee a shift in public opinion writes the New York slimes the rapid increase in support for impeachment after policies announcements of the opening of the increase last month this clearly slowed and perhaps even ground to a halt this is why they're slowing down this in because they want the Senate to be bogged down in a trial during the general election hopefully they feel knocking off some of the Republican senators but how from the media and running against trump is an impeach president facing a trial and so forth and so on that's what they're doing this is a complete bastardization of the impeachment provision complete bastardization thank Los attention doesn't ensure that voters will reside remove the president either from voters who say they're following the impeachment news very closely oppose impeachment removal from office ninety seven percent at you ninety seven percent so the Democrats are potentially vulnerable here we have to keep telling them the miscreants and reprobate said they are for the system that they're employing for the way they are undermining a legitimate impeachment process hi cheers about this
Warren continues to climb, Gabbard qualifies for October Democratic debate
"Senator and democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is now leading the pack into early voting states a Monmouth university poll of likely New Hampshire voters shows her with a slight lead over former vice president Joe Biden also leave the latest Iowa poll released over the weekend or months editor Bernie Sanders comes in third in the Monmouth poll followed by south bend Indiana mayor people to judge why congressman Tulsi Gabbard earns two percent support meaning he's the twelfth candidate to qualify for next
Kelly From Karma & Kismet on Creative Blocks, Internal Motivation & Deadlines
"Are episode today is with Kelly whose from Karma in Kismet so Kelly you'll learn is at our heart and artists and is so interesting to see that creative process to go from an idea to putting something on some sort of medium between her stationary to invite cards to apparel and everything in between it is really really cool to see that glimpse into how these things come to life. Kelly is also in amazing businesswoman and running carmine. Kismet really really efficiently so we learned so much from our conversation in I know you guys will enjoy this one too so without further ado we'll go ahead in play the interview you were. Kelly I will introduce yourself and she's gonNA share one random fact that you may not know about her from social media. Thank you for listening and we hope you enjoy so my name is Kelly and I'm the creator of Carmen Kismet we're going to be celebrating our five year anniversary in November so I'm getting to a milestone allstone with my small shop that started back when I was graduating from college started out as se store that I was selling. Just all different. Handmade items comes on and it's gotten to the point now where it's all focused on Disney. I have inspired art prints that I'll put out there. My original art mm t shirts stationery custom work anything and everything that kind of brings a little bit of magic into your everyday life. That's what I try to bring into my store and then recently I started a blog that talk about ways to bring home the Disney magic so it may be diy Disney techniques you can use different ways a to decorate your home in Disney. Way Is an also just talking about Disney trips getting excited for your Disney trip. I love kind of sharing with other people as they get got to go on their Disney Adventures and something interesting about that. You wouldn't know from my social media. I guess it's that my nine to five job is is actually as a fundraiser so I talk a lot about myself on social media but that's one thing that I don't really talk too much about i. That's my professional life and I kind of try to keep that separate because you know I take this very seriously about what I do but that's what I do for most of the day actually I love that. That's a good I totally understand the keeping everything separated. Yes it makes it easier to focus your climb claim on different things that way probably our biggest fear is Katharine Students Finding Our podcast today my biggest fear not so much Yale I feel it would be bad for me too though to kind of set the scene tell us about your Disney story. How did it kind of evolve over time in the ultimately lead? NT starting Carmen Kismet in two thousand fourteen so I was very lucky and I was born into Disney family my parents went to Walt Disney world for the first time in nineteen seventy seven on their honeymoon and they fell in love with it they were you know the generation that grew up watching uncle wall on Sunday nights on Wonderful Walt Disney or I guess world color at that point and GM they were are able to experience it and they wanted to give that experience to their children as well so I'm the youngest of three all of us have gone to Disney in our first time was before we were two years old and we just continue to go every year so we would all pile into the minivan and take the twenty hour drive from New Jersey to Orlando every August August and it was great. We got to experience that with three generations bringing my grandparents they're with us sometimes and as we got older the amount of trips that we took just increased and I think our love of it you know the Disney Company has increased and it's been nice. We've had a very close family and I think a lot of that is to do at Disney because no matter what stage we were at if we were at different points in our lives we always had a common interest and that was Disneyland. I think a lot out of the support I get from Carmen Kismet is because it is something that we all are so passionate about that is really cool so take us to that moment in twenty fourteen whenever you decided to open up your shop for the first time kind of what were the conversations that took place. What was your thinking in kind of. What did that launch process collect for you? Yes so Carmen has a very weird start. It really was not started because I wanted to start a business or because I had this hobby. it was almost out of necessity. I was graduating from college. I had my bachelor's degree in political science from Monmouth University and had had decided that I was GonNa make the switch into the arts world so I received a full tuition scholarship to go to Savannah College designed to Study Arts Administration which was wonderful and I was so excited about it and during the summer leading up to my master's degree starting I was working at a small quilt shop in New Jersey with fees whole group group of women that were just so inspiring very talented smart and entrepreneurial so I'm working with them. Having a great time that summer and then I get sick and the doctors didn't know what was going on they weren't able to diagnose it for about ten months so I had a long time of trying to figure route and deal with this in my life as I was going through this major change of being in my master's program also working part time and having internship so I really had to find an escape because I was not dealing with things well so I turned to what's always been my escape which is our in Disney and I started to really create a ton of art and you know it was a lot of painting of that time and diy projects in different things like that so I was doing all that as I'm I'm working at. This quilt store called fabric inspirations someone who has working with said. You really need to think about starting at see store. I know that you're just creating Autun of art in why not try to monetize that so one night in November. I just decided that I might as well start it. Because what do I have to lose and I started you might see store and within twenty four hours. I had my first sale so I felt like I had just had this huge success. and it's really molded in changed over the last five years on but I'm very happy with where it's at right now and I love my story where it started such a cool story. I love that you know you're able to just use art as kind of an escape in like a tough time because I feel like a lot of people in s to who who kind of start these projects all come from you know that kind of mindset like looking for a happier escape like falling back on Disney so I definitely think that's something that a lot of people can relate to absolutely. I think it's you know at first started. I was very nervous to share some of those pieces a story but I think that that's how I really connected with people because we do have so many you know commonalities with the love Disney but also what Disney does for. I live in Y as adults. We still go back after year. I'm always interested because like Detour Neverland is kind of a unique name. What is the story of how you came up with carmine Kismet so it's again another like weird storing so my site grandfather is like my idol and my dad had worked with all of my grandparents to make books that they would give us that was about their lives so my grandfather is from Scotland and has the Scottish accent and everything and so he wrote this book and it had a lot of like mentions of Scottish folklore and everything and I don't know if Carmen Kismet really played into that but the title of his book was was Karma Collapse which is last name kinsman and I just for some reason really connected with that when I was trying to think of a name I didn't WanNa do something that was the two branded to Disney because I had just actually finished art law class and I was like I'm going to get arrested or something. so. I kinda went down the route of wall. What's the definition of Carmen definition of Qismat and you know every single Disney story that you look at has those two themes so you know Karma that things come back around to you. Qismat that things are meant to be if you look at any Disney tale. I feel like all of them. Have that as the route so it was kind of a simple way to get around that art law issue that I was having your naming story is much cooler than mine and Dan. That's that's so funny that like you were going through that so you kind of had that awareness like. I can't just be Disney lovers store. Something are you actually put some thought into it and that it does have like a personal family tie yeah. It's you know it's a special apartment means a lot to my grandfather to whenever we talk about it he still you know he's ninety nine years old and he still asks me every time. I see him. How Carmen Kismet is so. It's so when he mentioned when you first introducing yourself in the shop you mentioned that it wasn't always Disney focused. Is that correct yes yeah at first it was just really all different phantoms because I figured out very soon on that the way to rank on at sea he is to have a keyboard so just putting up like a sketch of a woman or something like that wasn't. GonNa get me anywhere so I focused on Fanta but you know I was doing other things outside of the Disneyworld when I first started out so how did you make that transition to just Disney. I think I figured out you know. I've always been really interested in business. So when I started carbon Kismet I became obsessed with various Yunan and I started to read a lot of blogs and listen to a ton of podcast things in people just talked about the necessity of a niche and I kind of felt like I had my net. She was fan in general but then I realized as I was going further into what I was reading that what I wanted to create was always Disney. that's really where I have the most knowledge and what I'm most interested in learning more about so I felt like it was a good admit for me because it put me in an even smaller niche but it also gave me the opportunity to do what I really was passionate about. I love that because our listeners probably GonNa gag emphasizing their niche one more time but it is so true that it is makes makes things so much easier whenever you niche down so we've. We've talked a little bit about it. And of course you come from artists background and that's kind of the passion that drives everything everything but I'm I wanNA make it crystal clear for our listeners. So what are the different mediums or product lines that you apply that art to that people can check out short short so I'm. I'm a graphic artist. I do a lot of work. Actually on the IPAD IPAD the IPAD PRO has a really great applications occasion. A ton of graphic artists will use Siri doing sketching right on there so a lot of my work comes from there and then I will create art prints that you know you can hang in your house but also now moved into other products so notepads. I'm I have a ton of stationary a lot of custom work for invitations especially especially Disney brides and then also this past year just started working on t shirts because my boyfriend decided that he wanted to learn how to screen print and he said at this would be great so now we also have t-shirts tote bags so apparel and things like that as well yeah. It is so awesome. It's great to have such a wide variety of different ways. You can test out different pieces of art in figure out. What's the best medium of where to put
Thomas Kaiser Accused After South Plainfield Parade Canceled
"This hour more charges may be filed against Thomas Keiser south Plainfield accused of possessing a destructive device is found near his home forcing cancellation of the town's Labor Day parade on Monday Monmouth County prosecutor Christopher meet she only says a comprehensive half mile sweep around Kaiser's home was conducted by the state police bomb unit the middle section monetary prosecutor's office and coarseness for police we also had two hundred civilians kind of combing the area and we also brought in canine units from the state for me G. only says they were rudimentary explosive devices packed with gun powder that posed a real danger to
Labor Day Racing Lineup
"Labor day is always big day <hes> in in racing and we usually joy because we not only do we get to recap but to a lot of times nick tamra will come back and we'll we'll do monday capping with nick and johnny promised that he wouldn't go on a picnic or sure and we we would so many other reasons to be here on monday so let's hope for the best but prepare for the worst. They let you get away with that. The thank you shirley maclaine <hes> the weekend is terrific and we can only go up to sunday for action of course because of the the draws a for the monday cards including even philadelphia with the smarty jones and the turf the monster and all that <hes> the turf monster at the amazon the hopeful will be drawn and the the closing day card of course at saratoga in del mar so there's a few races that we can only hint that and we'll see about getting as much of sunday mention. I mean the spin away for instance. We're all set for on sunday at saratoga as well as the del mar derby and the juvenile little turf on sunday the be aware on sunday to monmouth you got the red bank which is a nice little group of seven you know the the mile on the turf including visit heroin and some other very familiar names and they got the the two year old stakes the traditional summer enders the sapling in the sorority and also the safely kept on the turf so monmouth with an ice four-pack on sunday <hes> and then later today.
"monmouth" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"From the leapfrog group Monmouth Medical Center and are W. J. Barnabas health achieving excellence together Jersey one one point five instant weather still dealing with the persistent on shore flow which could bring some minor coastal flooding run through Tuesday mostly cloudy for tonight greasy clothes drop down the upper fifties low sixties a slight chance for some lingering I saw a light rain and drizzle for mostly cloudy for your Monday a few breaks from time to time breezy highs low to mid seventies party most body and choose a chance for some ice and light rain a touch warmer highs mid to upper seventies from the S. and heating cooling weather desk I mean Ross Tabor who is nice and cool man cool union beach seventy Toms River sixty nine Monroe seventy three good sleeping weather fast trafficking instant weather every fifteen minutes under Jersey one a one point five New Jersey won a one point five our own radio station New York proud to be New Jersey yeah the you weekdays weekends we New Jersey I'm Valerie now I have a real problem and this New Jersey chime times seven eighteen I am bobble Brian hello to you and yours thank you for listening I love when you check in at one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five again one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five and Hey you know we pour some sugar on me in the last song were foreign some prices and goodies on your the last week of the hard rock hotel and casino one hundred and one stay give away still time to win enter today on our free app or the contest page NJ one one five dot com the one hundred one stay give away to the hard rock hotel and casino in Atlantic city ABC for short you can get in to win during this last week of give aways from New Jersey one a one point five I suggest you do just that well some suggestions on the roads now from New Jersey fast travel well it looks to the expressway moving along pretty well this evening no big issues west of the garden state parkway looks pretty quiet all the way up to route forty.
"monmouth" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Monmouth Medical Center and are W. J. Barnabas health achieving excellence together one eight hundred two eight three one one point five of speech of leased his New Jersey one one point five as traffic tell me like what we're still dealing with the closure of route nine Madison Avenue both directions between main street and second street because of a fire at a gas station so a detour is in effect they are all lanes slam shot on Madison Avenue in Lakewood we're also dealing with some slowdowns on the turnpike northbound approaching seven a south bound to jam from fine down to four mount laurel because of road work you're single file there from the James Fenimore Cooper service area down to exit forcing wanna go to ninety five instead watch out for road work in Logan on two ninety five delays they're both directions especially south of exit eleven and down toward exit seven so either way the the traffic is going to be very busy hang down for the Delaware Memorial Bridge southbound turnpike also was road were called quote closing the left lane and the easy pass express lanes exit one to the Delaware Memorial Bridge thirty one is still closed in Ewing falling power lines between upper ferry road into ninety five Walden Avenue is your alternate routes and we've also been dealing with slowdowns on was found seventy eight between X. thirty six and thirty three Warren that's construction leaving New Jersey across the Hudson the approaches the Holland have fifteen minute delays because of road work they have closed the covered roadway in Jersey city so especially heavy off the Pulaski skyway traffic every fifteen minutes section for ten forty eight on New Jersey one a one point five one point five instant weather roasting hot as we go through the next several days as rain departs the heat really builds quick.
"monmouth" Discussed on Daily Racing Form
"Seven for launch with three graded stakes wins and the rest of this field combined zero wins on the dirt at seven furlongs. Let's see what American has been doing. We're gonna go back and look at a replay of his most recent seven furlong race. This is last year. San Carlos this last June, say, Anita, and listen, he's going to have to grind this thing out. You see the horse that he's on the lead with is. Forty two one but that's Saint Joe, but he's a pretty nice and American anthem. He works hard for it. But eventually, get the better of Saint Joe bay at the end and pick up another graded stakes when you've got the rail in this race. We'll see what kind of trippy out, but he's just the horse beat here. Matt when there is one bub Africa. Graded stakes race in southern California. There's usually another one lurking in the same field. You're not fiddling around you're going with Niro. I've been a fan of Niro, since basically, debuted, and then broke his maiden to narrow the you have to keep in mind, he's a little bit of a quirky horse. He doesn't really appreciate getting hit with the stick, and he'll shut it down to get into too much. We're going to go back to his most recent run. This is an end to ex-race going to turns, this isn't the most impressive part, the most impressive part, rounding the far turn where he just looked like he could have gone off one by five, but take a look at Van Dyke. Very, very quiet as far as the handling concern because he doesn't want narrow to shut it down. I think this is a very talented horse and I wanna give Mashad here on Saturday. I agree with match. Thank on this horse. I feel like maybe he's. Finally, in the right situation, here turning back a little bit. He's got a lot of speed. But he showed in that race right there that doesn't really need the lead if he can behave himself and take a little step forward here. I think he has a chance to beat stablemate. I won't harp anymore on euro's merits. I picked him second in this race. But I want to give a chance to the number seven the hardest way. Well Brinson of mode just had a well of time making it to the races. Let's go back to his most recent start his first starting in over a year his first start for these connections. And this race was at Keeneland going six and he was in the bit from the start pressing the pace early now taking over and just putting the boots to the field one. Oh, three Beyer speed figure. Maybe not the strongest race in the world. But considering the along gated layoff for the hardest way, I thought it was a nice effort draws outside some of the other speeds in here. I think it can work out a stocking trip. And best of all, perhaps, is that this hasn't missed a beat on the work tab since his most recent raise? That's an beat for a horse that has missed a lot of time dude. Injury. I'll go with the seven the Hortus way over Matt, and Mike. Stop selection, number five mirrow. Let's stretch out switch to the turf and go for the Charles Wittingham stakes at Santa Anita. We kick off a fifty cent leak pick four at Santa Anita on Saturday with the great to Charles Wittingham stakes named after the late great bowl Degal of racing. The great trainer in southern California mile and a quarter on the turf twenty thousand dollars. The purse seven o'clock eastern is your approximate post time for expanded snakes previews of many of the major races. All weekend long and lots lots more. Visit video dot D R dot com or the daily racing form YouTube channel Matt pace makes the race often in these long distance turf races prime attractions rose the rail. He has got to go, and it looks like he might be one of the only horses that really has any desire to have the lira Leon, this is a horse that we know what his game is to go to the front and try to take him as far as he can't. I think you're going to get the best version of today. We're going to go back to one of his better races in two thousand eighteen this is the Eddie read. He's down there on the inside right now. And look, he's gonna battled gamely considering he was all out for quite a while to only lose. What less than a length or so between catapult and sharp samurai, that was when sharp Samarai was in good form? This is a good effort from this horse, if he can dial this up somehow and Saturday afternoon on the front end. He's very dangerous Mike in my opinion, the worst, the beach, the number three Markey's water. You could argue that he is the now horse in this race. I think he might be the now, as especially when you look at his most recent star where they cut them back a little bit off a mile and a half. Tried first off a little bit of a lap. Let's look at that win right now. This is a mile Nathan a lot in allowance company, but this horse fire is a big shot from the top of the stretch to the Y here. I love the finish. He puts in here. He's a horse. It was one at a mile and a quarter in the past. He wanted three eighths in the past. So I don't really feel like you have to worry about this added distance of this race. He comes with a big run through the stretch here, and I feel like he can just show up and run this race. Again, he's got a big shot in here. Yeah. I think the thing that you have to like about Markey's water in this spot. Not only did he have that big late kick. But that came in a race where there was very little pace for him to run at a mile in eight. I liked everything about. About it. He may not be the most trustworthy horse. But I like them in here as well. Markey's waters my second choice in this race. I also want to use my top selection. The number seven Ashley loves sugar and Ashley love sugars, just an old warhorse that you have to root for consider that he won this race in twenty fifteen and twenty seventeen he's not the same horse as he was back then, but he still can show up a good effort as we just saw only beaten a length by Markey's watering that optional claimer, and I think can pull off trip in this race. We know the course on the rails going to go. I think Breese blunt has descend or Ashley loves sugar. Maybe he can sit second in a good spot and try to get the jump on the true closers in the stretch. I'll give Ashley love sugar one more. Shot four to one on the morning line in the Charles Wittingham stakes David Arrigoni time for US spotlight. Focuses on the Monmouth stakes let's go to that segment right now. Hi everyone. I'm David Arrigoni,.
"monmouth" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Monmouth, you're in Monmouth county? Might never do your in ocean. I always do are you close to the county line. All right. I can never remember which side of that line. You're on. Okay. So in ocean county, you were the tenth busiest county for scooping up dead deer road the Monmouth was even higher. Monmouth was enormous. Well, you guys have three hundred and four Deb. Dear. Monmouth was number one with one thousand and twenty six. The most dead deer picked up from along state roadways just state roadways in a single county in two thousand seventeen. So it's not this year. But the last that was Monmouth. Somerset was number two. Which surprised me because I thought that hundred would have been but hundred where I live hundred counties number three. Other eight hundred eighty eight hundred five hundred of those run my yard, Somerset county had nine hundred and thirty in Monmouth county over one thousand dead deer steaks, and yeah, it just goes to show you man, and especially this time of year, the mating all of that the deer so active, and you have a lot of deer car collisions. We want to hear about them. Have you ever hit and killed a deer? And as a matter of fact, just to keep things interesting. Especially if you I mean, we definitely want to hear from you. If you only killed one dear. But you know, how sometimes people use the word magnet like, yeah. I don't know. What it is man. Like, maybe in a chick magnet. Yeah. Like Doyle being a chick magnet women hanging on you constantly. Yeah. Right. Like that. Well, some people might be a deer magnet, and they whatever they've killed two. They've killed four. They've killed six. And I'm not talking about hunting. I'm talking about with your car. The worst driver in the world or you drive fast here, bingo, or you live in a place like Monmouth county or what's another one. You would think Sussex county would be way up there. Wouldn't you have people hit the deer? I guess. That's probably why. Yeah. Monmouth county is the perfect blend of all of them enough the air enough cars enough roads. Yeah. So tell us the story if he ever did take out a deer. How bad was it? And if you took out more than one over the years. Just got kind of immune to it. Like it's a legit question because I never have hit a deer yet. And I always wondered especially now living in hundred county. I always wonder what that's going to be like the first time. I do because I just assumed that I will you're gonna hit one. But it won't be one hundred and county where do you think it'll be here. Why had family a deer that lives at the end of the roadway. I've seen like two or three times a week. Right. There's this family deer in one of these times. They're going to be running across the roadway. Right. When you're leaving work. Actually, you don't go out the same way. Do you? I don't go out. Is they hang out. I see all the time. Oh, you know, what she she has the same thing. She's living in fear of what that's going to be like, she's never hit eerie. She lives in Monmouth county. There you go. She's right. She's gonna get one at work or at home sooner or later, you gotta figure oh Bill. If you saw my neighborhood, if you saw how frequent I mean, you think the deer around here is bad. Sincerely, multiply that. By at least six are all the time. Oh, there's not a day that I don't see deer. There is not a day even spring summer. Whatever. I don't really believe I've gone twenty four hours without seeing a deer in the neighborhood in the front lawns and the back yards on the streets. Yeah. So I've often jokes. My wife like I'm gonna hit a deer, and it's going to be in my own driveway. Because like I'm gonna I'm gonna put my guard down, and I'll be like speed into the driveway and bam. That's when it's going to happen because I'm going to be a doofus and just not think about the last forty feet. But we want to hear your stories if he ever did take out a deer, especially multiple dear. And you know, what why not what the heck? If we're going to be looking for basically, dear serial killers, who's done a Jeffrey Dahmer and brought one home in Eaton nobody. You know? That's not true. Done it. But nobody listening right now is done. Do you think that rare? Yes, I think it's got to be a lot more common. I'm not saying this year, I'm saying and somebody who called Linden say, they know somebody who did like urban legend style or maybe maybe they actually did. Maybe they know somebody who did. But they didn't do it themselves. Nobody who did it themselves. We'll call in. I disagree. If you ever hit a deer and actually brought it home. You're the one that's strapped onto the roof of your car. Well, that's another thing. When you bring home roadkill, doesn't it depends. What kind of vehicle you have? Because how do you get it home? Like unless you have a pickup truck. Are you literally just like strapping and across your trunk? Thing I'd probably type to the roof. Think about that though. Like, the legs flop down one rope breaks and all of a sudden hoof comes down in your line of vision to the windshield Coppell's over that's obstructed vision. That's worth I write you. Let's hear your stories one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five Anthony and ralway you're on New Jersey one zero one point five. All right. So. Thousand sixteen driving home from Patterson was comedian. Came out of nowhere. I think it was a grassy median back in roots. Twitter us out and I'm driving. And it's like an obstacle course. Dearborn. I know. Only seventy dollars an hour. Deals like hitting the wall, literally. 'cause my my hood the floor just lying up. She cannot see. Oh god. After impact. Between the crackle hood. My car was looking and I saw that your role. And I think the next morning when I went back to work. Of course, that's not up the way. And I think that was the one you hit the bathroom was in. And my claws burns them because it hit something inside the engine knows why the car. Holy smokes. So you that had to be total. Then right. I had traffic backed up for hours on twenty seven a day was literally mind loin, holy crap. One deer in a total your car. Yeah. When I got out the it was oil for about probably about ten yards of oil like the oil. Yeah. Or in? I don't know. But so far you've only killed the one just that one. And then the crazy thing was like a week later. I was in Piscataway nicely almost waiting until like a week later. It was like really interests closed. My car urge was coming on you again. Yeah. He was seeking them out at that point. Yeah. Anthony, thanks for your call. We wanna know who is that a bad encounter with a deer our phone number one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five three.
"monmouth" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In monmouth park in new jersey and alice stockton rossini will be on the scene and the us open gets underway synagogue world cup soccer begins to len berman and michael real in the morning tomorrow six to ten am on the voice of new york aw draining the swamp corrupt politician at a time this is the sean hannity show chairman kim and i just signed a joint statement in which he reaffirmed his unwavering commitment to complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula he was very firm and the fact that he wants to do this i think he might want to do this as much or even more than me because they see a very bright future for north korea the sanctions will come off when we are sure that the nukes are no longer a factor i notice that some of the people were saying that the president has agreed to meet he's given up so much i gave up nothing i'm here i haven't slept in twenty five hours but i thought it was appropriate to do because we've been negotiating for literally round the clock otto warmbier a very special person and he will be for a long time in my life his parents are good friends of mine i think without auto this would not have happened auto did not die in vain he had a lot to do with us being here today he didn't think coming in here you will going to sign an agreement and you said maybe it takes two three four five meetings open to going faster slow as he wanted we get along better than i would have assumed the right from the beginning we got a lot more done today than i ever thought possible and he's going back he's now headed back and he i think he's going back to get this done he wants to get it done you know you hear the whole thing about his father and other administrations or his grandfather the fact is that he and he brings that up but they weren't dealing with me they were dealing with different people from doing what he's ever come he talks about the difference between past administrations and yours.
"monmouth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Some people thought you were crazy is there validation now in the fact that we're sitting here in two thousand eighteen with this ruling look it's yes and yes i mean look two thousand twelve i started reading in the press about this guy dennis treason who was pushing to have sports betting at monmouth park and so i've tracked down his telephone number and just cold called him and introduce myself and made an appointment to go and see him went out to monmouth which as you know is a beautiful tractor in the racing season setup and dennis's box he's a big racing fan had a horse racing that day and i think it's worse wants it was very auspicious and we got to talking and where we wound up is we spent it was actually a little over a million dollars to convert an old cafeteria and build that allen to a sports bar with the idea that that would become a sportsbook whenever sports betting was legal at monmouth park and we had no idea if that meant that was going to be two thousand thirteen two thousand fifteen two thousand eighteen two thousand twenty five i mean it was just it was a bet but we got the rights to to run sports betting at monmouth park for the next fifty years and so that sort of covers my lifetime you got a few more years to go but you know for me that was a sufficient period of time that contract was available right now if monitors in the market shopping for a betting partner for fifty years how much do you think that would cost you to get right now you know more we're partners in it right so we're fifty fifty partners in it so they're gonna get half the profits out of the out of the venture and obviously we're hoping that those profits are going to be very meaningful the thoroughbred horseman actually run the race track and so the prophets will go to two horsemen to better the racing product which has been such an important part of of new jersey and the local economy in the area now you need people to come and use your platform what's the landscape like you mentioned mgm you mentioned win that we got draft kings you've got a lot of players now fighting for the same customers what's that.
"monmouth" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"This this is going to be huge this is a game changer for monmouth park and the state of new jersey what you're seeing is the first time and god knows how many years that you're going to have legalized sports wagering you know everybody most people are betting let's let's be honest here so that's that's the funny part so now you're gonna have a relies what comes out of the corner is in the back office is in the back rooms and now it's out in public is that a racetrack and she knows where there's already gambling taking place i'm sure it went so let's get through with this that'd be a nice tax added to it but you'll be a little bit of a benefit taxpayers and it also support the jobs and the open space with horse racing which is which is used for the area and you from county and you could've stayed in new jersey so it's it's it's a boom in about three or four different ways and you know at the beginning monaco outta monopoly mama park is going to be the only people ready to go with this they're ready to go today this is great man that is so you're locked loaded brother you you can't we've been waiting for this dennis strays the person is basically a loan for seven or eight years they got the support of a chris christie and he backed it and senator lessening atkins bipartisan and it went you know it was a hello mary past etiquette stream the hell mary vail mary passed away they kinda hit every every every nacho on the way and they they win the case so they deserve it you gotta give go to kristie credit absolutely stuck with it they you know after everybody was ready to pull away governor christie said no let's and let's see where it goes and kim guadagno as you know oh quarter of the racetrack she's huge she loves it down there too she's so dedicated to the folks around you know her already down there hey dependent is ocean port on the on the revenues generated from monmouth ocean port very dependent on the revenues it's our largest taxpayer in our largest employer monmouth park borough about a million nine a year in property taxes plus it hires three kid and every person you know for free beverage jobs job.
"monmouth" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"He i was so pumped up for all this sports betting stuff when i got here today bob dwyer nine the back we were betting on where he was gonna park today how far what was the radius to the building win but none of us one so we're both already down a couple bucks on it but we were just so excited about betting now i'm sped on everything from here on out what time the over under his greg walks in the studio i'm going to bet that's at five fifty three jerry i'm gonna take the over you're gonna take the over ninety dollars i got the over anything on there i'll bet incorrect although i think we have to do this the casino or park monmouth park right so just quickly get to monmouth park in back by the way that's kind of down where i like i like to hang out on the weekends i don't any more traffic down there of all you better is coming down there to bet gained luckily you don't get off exit one zero five shower that we have five yeah you know it's going to back up the parkway now everybody betting no you'll be fine you'll be just fine i'm pretty sure on a beautiful eighty four degrees sunny in june or july more people are going to the beach all right you'll be okay would you bet on that jerry jerry do you think we have any responsibility to our fellow man that now we're going to open this up for people losing their kids college tuition because people are doing it already where no but here's the difference so like i compare this to the marijuana situation.
"monmouth" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Louist monmouth university poll six in ten americans believe that unelected or appointed government officials have too much influence in determining federal policy twenty six percent say the right balance of power exists between elected and unelected officials while this view of the deep state looks to be growing more prevalent only thirteen percent of americans are very familiar with the term twenty four percent or somewhat familiar and sixty three percent said they are not familiar however when monmouth described the term as quote a group of unelected government and military officials who secretly manipulate or direct national policy nearly three and four american said they believed that the deep state exists one in five said it does not and i think the facebook story in cambridge analytics that were covering we'll be doing a lot more on that later but carolee this is this is real and this president may be onto something whether it's right or wrong this is i can't i don't think you can look at that any other way than that it's a direct result of what we've seen the president tried to do which is so doubt about people in the administration of broad f whether it's the fbi or in other agencies and we've seen since he came into office him do this every single day whether it's on twitter whether it's he says publicly whether it's you know from the white house podium in the way that press secretary defends him and clearly this is is having an impact and this is the battle that he has been fighting while his lawyers may wanna fight a different one and richard his sowing doubt in members of the fbi of cia or anybody else in power and perhaps even saying things that are true about them like they are democrats when in fact they are republicans this is the beginning of something potentially very dangerous for sure further weakens the prestige and standing of the united states we used to.