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Who's Allowing Covid-19 to Spread ? Phill Kline Shares His Opinion

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Who's Allowing Covid-19 to Spread ? Phill Kline Shares His Opinion

"One on one with me Sebastian gorka and professor Phil Klein. Phil, let me, you've given us all the examples that prove the Zucker box and everything else and what I call the privatization of our election. Let's stop for a second. And let me ask, you know, the thing that I need an answer to. Who's responsible for this happening on our side or for allowing it to happen? That footage we have of people in Philadelphia saying, let us in, let us in on the police officers saying to the GOP public as well, you're not allowed to come in because the mask said so and then trying to get a court order in the court refusing it. So an election has multiple actors in America we have two parties. Was the GOP just asleep for the whole year on the COVID? What happened to the RNC? Where does the responsibility for all of this lie in terms of not stopping it fell? Well, there are long term impacts. And long term failures in the Republican Party that have allowed this to develop. For example, the Republican Party, just like the Democratic Party, tends to nationalize all the issues. You have members in Congress who believe that their role is to get on Fox News and get on national networks to become relevant in debates. And so they make every issue a national issue. And that hurts republicanism and individual liberty. You know, we win when things are local. And when we focus on individual liberty and we fail to do that, we have a lot of elected officials and believe that we're always to solve any concern of any citizen. I do not know Sebastian. I can not recall and I don't believe it's ever happened. Where I have heard a congressman who was asked an issue by somebody, what are you going to do about this who said, you know, that's not my job. That's yours. That's your job in exercising freedom with responsibility. So we've got an underlying problem with our leadership nationally who really believes it's all about poll numbers and addressing what the media says or the dominant concerns, rather than making a substantive difference in policy. Now

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Phill Kline- a Threat to the Liberal's Plan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Phill Kline- a Threat to the Liberal's Plan

"Tell us, I'm curious in the beginning when you are a politician in Kansas then rose to AG. What was your biggest crime? What was your biggest sin? When did the liberals say this guy is a threat to our plans? What was it that really, really infuriated them Phil? I'm the only prosecutor in the United States history to obtain Planned Parenthood records pursuant to subpoena. And those records demonstrated criminal conduct and it was my review of those records and then proceeding to charge Planned Parenthood with a 125 crimes, including multiple felonies and very to report to outbreak that brought the angst of the left against me.

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"phill" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:09 min | 5 months ago

"phill" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

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Phill Kline on How to Stop Them Stealing the Next Election

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 5 months ago

Phill Kline on How to Stop Them Stealing the Next Election

"Do we make sure this does not happen again. fell i. You have to hold state legislatures accountable and under current law. They are not accountable. They need to have a standing committee they need to pass legislation. that has a standing committee. That's bipartisan that. Has subpoena power that compel people to testify and produce documents. Whose charges that. They must issue a report one whether the election was lawful and followed regulations to it did not wear. Did it not three. What was the impact in four. Should the election be certified. All of that should be open and understandable and provided to the american people. You have to ban private money. Many of our states are doing that wrong but we have to ban private money in the elections and we have to eliminate these dropbox. When you say doing it wrong. What are they doing well. Georgia passed a law. That said private monies allowed if it's appropriated by local government. Well that's exactly what's convert. Did he bypassed. The state legislature directly to local government gave them grants and they use the money as an example in wisconsin. That money was used to give Democrats cities forty seven dollars of voter turnout the vote and republican areas. That was four dollars. Voter you go to pennsylvania. There was a zucker box every four square miles in strong democrat county delaware county. They also had ballot harvesters paid for and unlawfully by zuckerberg money flowing through a nonprofit in the fifty nine counties in the trump won in two thousand sixteen. The which one sucker box for every eleven hundred and fifty nine square miles. You have to keep the private money out and that state has to as have the courage to treat every voter the same. What we saw twenty twenty was the same democrat strategy of the deep south of the turn of the nineteenth century where they tried to turn out one type of vote. That was the white vote. They tried to suppress one type of vote. That was the black vote this time it was. They tried to use government to turn out the democrat. Vote and they tried to suppress the republican vote. It shouldn't be allowed. It can't happen

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'The Double Hack From Inside': The Vulnerabilities of US Voting Machines

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:15 min | 5 months ago

'The Double Hack From Inside': The Vulnerabilities of US Voting Machines

"Vulnerabilities. The machines has been known for decades. And it's been known on the left and writer sebastian. It's so bad that defcon which is a gathering of hackers convention of hackers. They used to have a contest on. Who could hack these machines now. They're letting grade school junior high and high school students do it. It's so simple. The machines have known to be a problem forever and ever. We cannot rely on them. And what i have seen is a continued Identification of the machine vulnerabilities. I have not seen proof that they were hacked. I believe our election was hacked from within and it was done knowingly buy blue state officials who entered into unique and private public partnerships and contracts to share sensitive citizen data with the private sector. Let's talk about these as a. Is this the half a billion dollars from facebook or is this something else. it's something else. Okay so explain this hacked from inside what is referred to fill okay. It's it's kind of a double hack so to speak you. Have this shadow government of nonprofits that injected more than a billion dollars of talent and money's including four hundred and fifty million dollars from mark zuckerberg through nonprofits to buy local election offices in the urban core consistent with former campaign manager for obama. David plouffe designed to win the election for by so they use their money to buy these offices. They paid the judges. They did all these things. They demanded them that they would proceed in a certain way. And if they didn't they take their money away and they pick a very serious accusation when you say by these officials. These aren't bribes. They're actually openly funding. These local election bodies correct. Let's be specific that's right and and they paid their salaries. They paid the judges. They paid all of that and they told him what to do or they'd claw their money back and they became partisan campaign turnout centers for by.

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"phill" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

06:46 min | 5 months ago

"phill" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"By food for the poor. Where back with phil klein telling you the things. You're not allowed to know about election fraud in america. Phil i i i. I usually have the capacity to free. Will these interviews. Because i know my guests. They've been on regularly this time. I have such a long list of stuff. I wanna ask you because these are the things we don't we still don't have answers to so you talked about the administrative state. Let's let's talk about another massive piece of the puzzle. The courts okay. We'll talk about that supreme court in a moment. You're a former attorney. General talks about the fact that it was deemed by conservatives a massive success at mile boss donald trump appointed almost three hundred federal in circuit court judges Since last november. I've seen basically cow this i. I've seen in the an unwillingness to hear even evidence of voter fraud. So will you give us your. You'll you'll reasoned experienced snapshot of the state of the judicial system in america today. Just how bad is it will. generally i don't i don't have As it relates to elections criticism of the united states supreme court because it sees its role is very limited and the opportunity provided in our laws that have been passed by state. Legislators in congress do not afford sufficient time to investigate an election before a president is sworn in so in other words the united states surpreme court will look at treating people differently under the law. That's their primary concern about the election process. Our voters treated differently based on class. And i will tell you sebastian. They were this time but there hasn't been sufficient time to really develop that evidence into a court case of from the twenty twenty election. It takes time what the supreme court was. Essentially saying is this beyond that it's up to the state legislature that's who the constitution gives the responsibility to to determine the presidential electors and to determine the time place and manner of elections. It's a political question whether we should have faith in the election and the political leaders need to decide that and in that way the court i believe is correct and the real failure. That's unspoken of is the state legislatures. Well we'll talk about the states in a second and i'll take your word for it. But but surely t to reason as the supreme court did after november that one of the most popular states in the union. Texas doesn't have standing in a federal election is asinine is it. Not because you're choosing a president and a president who is the president of taxes as much of the president of connecticut. So isn't that a spurious argument. Wasn't there a a a lack of of spine on that decision. Yes a definite lack of spine. The court did not want to inject itself and at such a volatile time and make that determination so it used standing as a basis to kick the suit and the court manages issues like standing for political reasons often. It's unfortunate And the court should take up a case because the two thousand twenty election was unprecedented in a couple of things that are indisputable. First of all it was the least transparent election in united states history and that's because that election officials made the decision to kick people out of the the the counting centres and this is also a judicial failure we have the deconstruction of law in other words as words lose meaning in a culture of moral relativism. The law loses its power. I'll give you an example. We're in michigan and michigan laws. Real simple it says and most states have this sebastian. It requires that both political parties. Be present where they are curing ballots in counting ballots. Well that a second. Stop there for a second because most people familiar with that. What is killing ballots referred to fill. Well give an example in michigan in michigan. The secretary of state claims. It was a mistake. Interestingly but she mailed epson t- ballots to our military personnel overseas on the wrong paper so when the ballots came back in and we're using those darn machines to count them. The paper would crinkle up in the machine. And so what michigan law says is when that happens. That ballot is spoiled so to speak then a committee sitting around the table that must include a republican and a democrat in the place where this is being done. Must review the ballot. That isn't working. And then they actually transferred those votes over to a pristine ballot that the machine can read so in other words. You have people in that room casting a ballot for people who are not there. They're overseas serving our nation so they would say well look it. Looks like this guy voted for biden and they mark biden. Go down the list and then they cast the vote and count it now. It makes sense again. Transparency is the key prophylactic the fraught that you have a republican democrat and they agree on what that crinkled ballots says and that the other ballot was filled out properly. Then we have a fair election but what they did in michigan in detroit is because of kobe. They consolidated the counting center. In other words they took a hundred and thirty four wards and put them in one room. Okay which doesn't make sense. You create a crowd because it kobe then they took the one republican and they put them clear up in the cheap seats where he or. She couldn't see the table so they couldn't see what was happening. They couldn't sign off that it was done properly and the response was well. There's a republican in the place. He's thinks sixty feet away gone. See anything but he's integrating. Thank you defeat. The purpose of the law. My response is detroit is a place. The planet earth is a place. There's a purpose to the law. The purpose was defeated. That is unlawful but we had a local judge who said now. I'm a strict when we call textualist. It says place that was satisfied. I can't question. That's a failure of the judiciary and it's a failure in what we debate in jurisprudential or in the legal community..

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"phill" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:16 min | 5 months ago

"phill" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"You give us your. You'll you'll reasoned experienced snapshot of the state of the judicial system in america today. Just how bad is it will. generally i don't i don't have As it relates to elections criticism of the united states supreme court because it sees its role is very limited and the opportunity provided in our laws that have been passed by state. Legislators in congress do not afford sufficient time to investigate an election before a president is sworn in so in other words the united states surpreme court will look at treating people differently under the law. That's their primary concern about the election process. Our voters treated differently based on class. And i will tell you sebastian. They were this time but there hasn't been sufficient time to really develop that evidence into a court case of from the twenty twenty election. It takes time what the supreme court was. Essentially saying is this beyond that it's up to the state legislature that's who the constitution gives the responsibility to to determine the presidential electors and to determine the time place and manner of elections. It's a political question whether we should have faith in the election and the political leaders need to decide that and in that way the court i believe is correct and the real failure. That's unspoken of is the state legislatures. Well we'll talk about the states in a second and i'll take your word for it. But but surely t to reason as the supreme court did after november that one of the most popular states in the union. Texas doesn't have standing in a federal election is asinine is it. Not because you're choosing a president and a president who is the president of taxes as much of the president of connecticut. So isn't that a spurious argument. Wasn't there a a a lack of of spine on that decision. Yes a definite lack of spine. The court did not want to inject itself and at such a volatile time and make that determination so it used standing as a basis to kick the

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Phill Kline on the State of the Judicial System in America

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:16 min | 5 months ago

Phill Kline on the State of the Judicial System in America

"You give us your. You'll you'll reasoned experienced snapshot of the state of the judicial system in america today. Just how bad is it will. generally i don't i don't have As it relates to elections criticism of the united states supreme court because it sees its role is very limited and the opportunity provided in our laws that have been passed by state. Legislators in congress do not afford sufficient time to investigate an election before a president is sworn in so in other words the united states surpreme court will look at treating people differently under the law. That's their primary concern about the election process. Our voters treated differently based on class. And i will tell you sebastian. They were this time but there hasn't been sufficient time to really develop that evidence into a court case of from the twenty twenty election. It takes time what the supreme court was. Essentially saying is this beyond that it's up to the state legislature that's who the constitution gives the responsibility to to determine the presidential electors and to determine the time place and manner of elections. It's a political question whether we should have faith in the election and the political leaders need to decide that and in that way the court i believe is correct and the real failure. That's unspoken of is the state legislatures. Well we'll talk about the states in a second and i'll take your word for it. But but surely t to reason as the supreme court did after november that one of the most popular states in the union. Texas doesn't have standing in a federal election is asinine is it. Not because you're choosing a president and a president who is the president of taxes as much of the president of connecticut. So isn't that a spurious argument. Wasn't there a a a lack of of spine on that decision. Yes a definite lack of spine. The court did not want to inject itself and at such a volatile time and make that determination so it used standing as a basis to kick the

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"phill" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 5 months ago

"phill" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"As if we hired eight people and said look. We don't have the ability to see a ballot and count it. We need you and so we're hiring you to actually do the count. You can hire who you want. We're not gonna do any. Background checks on your. We're not even going to ask you the names of who you hire. We're going to put you in a room that has no windows and and certainly nobility for anybody else to get in and after a while. Come out and tell us who on and we won't ask questions. That's the american election system today. How i don't. I don't know if this is part of your ream it but i have to ask it. How does this compact to other countries. I mean it blows my mind. That in mexico The elections a so secure that they have vote. Dry d of everyone. I know in india the most populous democracy in the world likewise every single vote has voter. I d i know. Many nations maintain paper ballots and paper ballots only very advanced allies in nato just to have that paper trail how how does what you've just described american elections compared to other developed nations any developed nation. That has moved towards digital management of the elections has had problems because you lose transparency. You lose the ability for the average person to be able to be in that counting room and say wait a minute you know. That box is checked for biden. Not trump or. There's not a vote on that ballot. We have to get back to that and and really. Why do we have this. Why are we so impatient in. What's supposed to be the world's greatest democratic republic to say that we can't count votes. We need a machine to do it and we need to have the media declare a winner on election night. that's insane. There's no practical reason for that that we have to declare a winner on election and was originally all justified on that basis of saving on labor costs that we you know we save on human counters by getting machine was that the justification felt well first of all. We don't save any money by going to the page. It is enormously more

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Phill Kline and Sebastian Gorka Discuss the American Election System

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 5 months ago

Phill Kline and Sebastian Gorka Discuss the American Election System

"As if we hired eight people and said look. We don't have the ability to see a ballot and count it. We need you and so we're hiring you to actually do the count. You can hire who you want. We're not gonna do any. Background checks on your. We're not even going to ask you the names of who you hire. We're going to put you in a room that has no windows and and certainly nobility for anybody else to get in and after a while. Come out and tell us who on and we won't ask questions. That's the american election system today. How i don't. I don't know if this is part of your ream it but i have to ask it. How does this compact to other countries. I mean it blows my mind. That in mexico The elections a so secure that they have vote. Dry d of everyone. I know in india the most populous democracy in the world likewise every single vote has voter. I d i know. Many nations maintain paper ballots and paper ballots only very advanced allies in nato just to have that paper trail how how does what you've just described american elections compared to other developed nations any developed nation. That has moved towards digital management of the elections has had problems because you lose transparency. You lose the ability for the average person to be able to be in that counting room and say wait a minute you know. That box is checked for biden. Not trump or. There's not a vote on that ballot. We have to get back to that and and really. Why do we have this. Why are we so impatient in. What's supposed to be the world's greatest democratic republic to say that we can't count votes. We need a machine to do it and we need to have the media declare a winner on election night. that's insane. There's no practical reason for that that we have to declare a winner on election and was originally all justified on that basis of saving on labor costs that we you know we save on human counters by getting machine was that the justification felt well first of all. We don't save any money by going to the page. It is enormously more

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"phill" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"phill" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"For those. You want familiar with it. Who those who don't battle swamp monsters one is the administrative state. Well long ago congress decided it was best to claim to solve every human problem of the human condition so if anything hits the media you get a congressman introducing a bill to fix it and then they don't give much thought as to how that bill apply so i pass a bill that says all american shelby happy and pleased and then i kick it over to the executive branch and give some agency federal agency full of Career protected civil service employees. who are their lifetime. The full authority to determine how to implement that law and through those agencies create all kinds of new law including criminal law. In fact sebastian. There were fifty four crimes federal crimes at the time. This nation adopted a constitution into eighty nine now about four years ago. A congressman asked the congressional research service to number all the federal crimes. They came back after two years and said it's impossible there are too many. It's the account too many to count. That is the administrative state. If if sebastian if you were to Ah daughter. Granddaughter have a A eight stand and they put up a by the street. Give a who. Don't pollute ahead a little trash cans and asked for the paper cups to be thrown in the trash can. That's the potential of facing five years in federal prison for misappropriation of a state or federal slogan. It's insane what we're doing in this country and the administrative state just running it. They have no political

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Phill Kline on the Administrative State

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Phill Kline on the Administrative State

"For those. You want familiar with it. Who those who don't battle swamp monsters one is the administrative state. Well long ago congress decided it was best to claim to solve every human problem of the human condition so if anything hits the media you get a congressman introducing a bill to fix it and then they don't give much thought as to how that bill apply so i pass a bill that says all american shelby happy and pleased and then i kick it over to the executive branch and give some agency federal agency full of Career protected civil service employees. who are their lifetime. The full authority to determine how to implement that law and through those agencies create all kinds of new law including criminal law. In fact sebastian. There were fifty four crimes federal crimes at the time. This nation adopted a constitution into eighty nine now about four years ago. A congressman asked the congressional research service to number all the federal crimes. They came back after two years and said it's impossible there are too many. It's the account too many to count. That is the administrative state. If if sebastian if you were to Ah daughter. Granddaughter have a A eight stand and they put up a by the street. Give a who. Don't pollute ahead a little trash cans and asked for the paper cups to be thrown in the trash can. That's the potential of facing five years in federal prison for misappropriation of a state or federal slogan. It's insane what we're doing in this country and the administrative state just running it. They have no political

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"phill" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 5 months ago

"phill" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"We are delighted to have with us the former attorney general for kansas who is now the head of amish dot project teaching at liberty university and he's on a mission to find out what happened in the last election. If there was fraud how much was and what we can do to prevent it next time. Phil kline welcome to america. First one on one. Thank you smashing. Great to be with you again. So fail for those who have just Tuned in by accident. Or somebody shad this video with them. Let's start by talking about your background. Your past and how you got to be doing what you are doing right now. Well i actually became interested in law and politics because of the ninth grade. My mother was running a business. She was a single payer to five children. And i was out playing baseball. And the state showed up with a surprise inspection and a silly right up almost shut down her business. So she pulled off the ballfields bastion and threw me into a law library. And said you gotta figure this out. Because i can't afford an attorney. And so i started dealing with the hang on. Hang on hang on how. How old are you at this at this point. Though i'm in ninth grade and there was an attorney in the law library who took me under his wing. A little bit helped me out. We went to hearing and we want because because of the purpose of the law this hearing officer and it was informal hearing still intimidating to a small business owners. He recognizes the purpose of the law. And it wasn't for the government to do a heavy hand smackdown And be in competition with the private sector. So i fell in love with the law. Because it's supposed to be a protector of our freedom but through the past thirty years and so on of practicing law being involved in laws attorney general the state legislature as law professor. We are now using the state. Oftentimes views individual freedom as the enemy and the administrative state in america is what's running to show more so than you're elected official up on the

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When Phill Kline, Former Kansas Attorney General, Fell in Love With the Law

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 5 months ago

When Phill Kline, Former Kansas Attorney General, Fell in Love With the Law

"We are delighted to have with us the former attorney general for kansas who is now the head of amish dot project teaching at liberty university and he's on a mission to find out what happened in the last election. If there was fraud how much was and what we can do to prevent it next time. Phil kline welcome to america. First one on one. Thank you smashing. Great to be with you again. So fail for those who have just Tuned in by accident. Or somebody shad this video with them. Let's start by talking about your background. Your past and how you got to be doing what you are doing right now. Well i actually became interested in law and politics because of the ninth grade. My mother was running a business. She was a single payer to five children. And i was out playing baseball. And the state showed up with a surprise inspection and a silly right up almost shut down her business. So she pulled off the ballfields bastion and threw me into a law library. And said you gotta figure this out. Because i can't afford an attorney. And so i started dealing with the hang on. Hang on hang on how. How old are you at this at this point. Though i'm in ninth grade and there was an attorney in the law library who took me under his wing. A little bit helped me out. We went to hearing and we want because because of the purpose of the law this hearing officer and it was informal hearing still intimidating to a small business owners. He recognizes the purpose of the law. And it wasn't for the government to do a heavy hand smackdown And be in competition with the private sector. So i fell in love with the law. Because it's supposed to be a protector of our freedom but through the past thirty years and so on of practicing law being involved in laws attorney general the state legislature as law professor. We are now using the state. Oftentimes views individual freedom as the enemy and the administrative state in america is what's running to show more so than you're elected official up on the

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Kentucky limits no-knock warrants after Breonna Taylor's death

Terry Meiners

00:29 sec | 10 months ago

Kentucky limits no-knock warrants after Breonna Taylor's death

"Several bills governor Bashir signed into law today. Bashir signed Senate Phill four, which strictly limits no knock warrants in the state. This is meaningful change. It will save lives, and it moves us in the right direction. The legislation was introduced in the wake of Briana Taylor's death by police in Louisville. The city has already banned no knock warrants. The governor of also signing a bill that awards tuition

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"phill" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"phill" Discussed on WTOP

"For free at rocket mortgage squares dot com. Good morning, 11 18. Let's go to read a Kessler in the W. T O Be traffic center you still experiencing delays in Virginia on South bound 95, China head into Fredericksburg. That's South bound delay is near center Port Parkway headed to the Rappahannock River Bridge. The emergency Guard rail work continues in the left lane. When she get past that everything's running well, with all the lanes open. No problems along 66 in either direction. Nothing reported along the George Washington Parkway. At the moment, it Here in Maryland Northam Branch Avenue before the Beltway, the Broken down vehicle reported to be in the right center lane. Westbound I 70 before the perhaps go river. The left Lane was blocked with the work and we had earlier wreck on 15 years. The point Iraq's bridge, not seeing much of a delay, but there may still be some response left over there Now in the Rob Phill area, 3 55 South bound near Wooten Parkway, Watch for the accident activity. Not sure what lanes are blocked. Her of police are on the scene, but definitely seeing the backup. Also on the Bay Bridge. There are wind warnings in effect. This doesn't carry any vehicle restrictions in the district. Northen eye to 95 slows toward Malcolm X Avenue due to a work zone and on the Beltway, the inner loop delay from the Suitland Parkway toward Branch Avenue. The crash reported along the left side, Make sure your family doesn't have a fever by taking their temperatures both before dinner and in the morning. Stay safe with the extra Jin Temporal scanner, the number one preferred thermometer of pediatricians. I'm Rita Kessler, w T OBY traffic and the forecast from Lauren Rickets. Sunshine is re head through this Wednesday afternoon, and those temperatures topping out in the upper thirties and lower.

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"phill" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"phill" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Attorney of the attorney general Bar just stated about 20 minutes ago, he said. The DOJ has a year to find widespread voter fraud that could have changed 2020 election. Give any response to that. Not really. I mean, I don't believe that The attorney general was familiar with this. And I don't believe that the question is, Will it change the outcome of the election? I don't believe that's a valid question. You can't even answer that question to you Search for the truth. And this guy that you're about to hear from is someone who has been, hey, has spent his life devoted to the truth. I can testify to that. He's one of the most impressive, doggedly determined Truth seekers I believe to ever be in public service. I guess he's now. In private law practice. He's an old friend of the show. We talked with him. Um gosh. Well, those of you listening to me here in Philadelphia you You're probably not familiar with him. Those of you that might be listening to me who originally listen to me when I started my show years ago. In Kansas City might remember him as the former attorney general of Kansas, former district attorney in Johnson County. Do we have him now? Okay. He's on the line. Okay? Well, um he's the former district Attorney, Johnson County, Kansas. Hey, then went into private practice I believe or ruin to teach and to be very honest with you professionally. Filling. I lost touch. And last couple of weeks I've seen his name popping up a news stories about his work in income, uncovering not just fraud in this election, but people's financial interest in this election. Facebook. Big tech Anyway, Phill Kline is back on the show. And I'm so glad to talk with you, Mr Klein. Welcome back your voice. Likewise, sir. First of all, just for some background for the listeners. What is it you're doing now? What is your role here? And are you in any way tied officially with the Trump team? I am directing a project called the Honest On Project from the Thomas more society that is focused on election, integrity and protection of First Amendment rights and challenging. In fact, these governors who declare themselves not to be the part of the lawmaking process, but to be the law. In fact, one of the cases up there that's part of our project is Butler County versus Walk. It struck down the governor's emergency orders. So that's being field up. As part of that project. We were five a one c three. I'm not tied to the Trump campaign, but what we've seen in this election, Chris is an unprecedented Club private public partnership in Blue States that allows sensitive government information to flow outside of government to the private sector and also the flow of private money to dictate how elections are run. And that's one of the primary reason. We're seeing this broad evidence of fraud in our nation. This press conference that you put on yesterday in Virginia. I'll just say I'm speaking for myself here. You may not even agree with the The categorization that I'm about to cash but I think that this gentleman Jesse Morgan, by himself has more credibility than anything I've heard in a month. He is he's a truth teller. And you know, when I conducted the interview with him of what we do cruise, it's kind of a forensic interview. And when, while I was going to do to you if I asked you what you ate for breakfast Or watch last Wednesday. Most people don't remember. Most people can't tell you a liar will tell you how many green beans they had on the place and how much it cost because they're trying to tell you what you want to hear. So that's one thing that we We do where I do when I conducted and a forensic interview is I test him in that way. And then also, I have to know more about the person that thing they don't know what I know. And that's what I did with him. And it's kind of a harsh interview towards the end because I dropped this passed on him, not by telling him Just by saying I want to know And I want to know the truth. And if I may put words in your mouth here a little bit. You basically need to privately try to discredit them before you take in public. Well, we cooperate. Yeah, we want to make sure it's somebody that's telling the truth. And this guy's a truth teller. And not only then there's a lot of evidence out there that is easily obtainable if the authorities who hold on to it Willing to open up and share it. I mean, there's 30 GPS tracking on the trucks and the trailers. This is all of that stuff. And Phil, if I May and Phill Kline with us on bit's the honest art project, I want to make sure I give credit where it's due here is that that's your program now. Okay? Um, yesterday they put in a press conference for people just joining us and haven't heard may have spent the entire day the show so far on this because I think it's exciting because it's it's real tangible evidence. Uh, Phil and his team put put on stage yesterday a few people who gave testimony of voter fraud, but one that I found particularly compelling is a guy who says he drove pallets. Of ballots from Bethpage, New York, The Lancaster, Pennsylvania, estimated perhaps to be hundreds of thousands of ballots. Now, there was a question and I played it bumping into the commercial from the commercial field. Someone in the press asked you yesterday. You know, Attorney General Bar said We found no meaningful evidence of fraud. I keep hearing that no meaningful evidence. The first of all, if if Mr Morgan is truthful here, and I believe he is If you don't want hundreds of ballots, crossing state lines that he delivered that could very.

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"phill" Discussed on no ananas on pizzas!

no ananas on pizzas!

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"phill" Discussed on no ananas on pizzas!

"Ful food data that number to the raised by the laws s analogy that we done yet deliver to our customers s important switch to things that we don't so we are buying we take back the have we can cross sell it back into our customers. To increase the amount revenue we generate customer by cross selling this other events so customers and in reverse we have veda out so we can cross selling upsell to tackle stats together you can sell mubarak similarly customers and so more business programs. So that's one thing and the other thing is is knock it shed game so combining we have more chair nickel more power in the marketplace. One of akron sans was. There's a company scandinavian company business. You may come across it The are interested in the presence in netherlands right now by acquiring other companies so one of the reasons to buy this business was as a as i Defensive measure so that they could. They couldn't be ruled by business right just having strong holding the marketplace business and union business with its market share it with his more aggressively to one of the other reasons to buy a defensive measure. I defense against competition. Same shed and say crossed up so products. Degrade thin kill sustainability and see as our own. How boot sustainability is caesar. Play in the second. yes course. Sorry my wants art. See i saw was sustainability. What kind of role in k. In execs big role. So i think it's really important if you wanna be a twenty-first-century company that you give back to the community and the society that she exists so you don't wanna company that exists on its own. It's basically a component of the society in the bathroom needs to give back to the society operates in. I think he can do that. Well your employees will be more energized fulfiled by that role in the company and be become more transit employees up so one of the things i did. Three years ago introduced assaults company with some micro giving what i will giving back dice. Every employee in the company gets three is a year to challenge you up so i can decide what they want to date. scout so go god's pensa charity Dementia charity whatever. They wanna do three days. Choose what. I believe one to help chart last year. Who gave us thousand. As of time and effort to charges in the benelux from the initiative our employees feel connected to helping charges. They like to. How often do this as a team. Activity like saying the same obeys. Temps is we can do as exempt employees that bind us to the society. Where america's most enacted and contributing more than just profitability of the business. We also have matching funds. Employees does Charity charity weather raise. Money will match the money they might find bureaus for charity would give him congress asthmatic double So there's a couple of things that we do a lot around We can let around diversity and inclusion sorry nicely things around gone gender bias in the company. We does things around inclusion and since you Yeah we do. And we have read about the matching funds Off to do charity work. Do you do think around authors or lack of james adidas to lag useless paper like all improve Always do all the time so we recycle all we all energy sources. We do a lot of work around sustainable. What's next show we. we go back your policies. Anyone who's gonna company on guests look great. Thank you that. Were on my questions on great to ask questions. Okay after amuse myself. okay. I was major shaw. I want to start off by talking about the mike grimm firemen. We'll fix especially the competition. Would you say that. The exact provides a greater customer value satisfaction compared to competitors so what's exacts competitive market thing strategy. I do. We do better value in the competition. Gotten product needs to be competitiveness more value to the customers in the other. Functional completeness is one factor easily uses another easy to use smoke Business needs anybody else. do these two things well You price it competitively. I think you'll win. Market share customers will prevail. Your parts of time. I thank you and your presentation at except live two thousand. Nineteen you were done about. Collecting the data from other cloud software together and not having scattered everywhere so a complete picture. Yeah which is. In essence leveraging competitive spread acts to improve accepts own products. It was not our own. And could you elaborate. More about the philosophy behind that action. We brought this system which is in the clouds. 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"phill" Discussed on no ananas on pizzas!

no ananas on pizzas!

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"phill" Discussed on no ananas on pizzas!

"Could do it with you in full you because in the cloud you can share but looking at the same time. Show the same information. Get a really clear. You'll get finances so this idea of collaboration between accountancy firm or seven hundred thousand us. Exact and a small businesses the clients collaborate around numbers of place is. What's different about exact. Great thank you. And what's purpose of exactly. What is the reason it exists mike. Small businesses more efficient more tactic. Thank you next. I went suck advise the customer segments with you. What's the exactly what's exact target audience. Who you folks. Some small businesses to sack kiki kooky segments zero to twenty employees or use a cloud product. We out just a small businesses an employee that's fifty but a more traditional on premise punishment soiling business and then smeltzer smokers deserve suiting segments and within that we focus on or county. We just mentioned that. At versions of the product which specific to manufacturing outside distribution and construction construction company. You buy products you by the mental and do different cemetery strategies for each product that you sell. Or how do you use for my ask just the way i just described like again. Thank you Do you have strong relationship. Which our customers are. You can sit in. yes. I think we all think we yourself. What company you have to understand your customers needs and what they want an rice into the counter. The products the products optionality reflects what customers want is. We dreamed up from somewhere else. You have to get customer feedback. One of the things we do which law or company sized measure customer satisfaction some Es net promotes slow net. You'll incenses is a survey of one question. Would you recommend this product to a customer friends. Score route ten. And then you sorta when you measure your yes go you might check the detractors. Zero full school the tens. You got an school. Measurable customer satisfaction has other supermarket an exact good store of schools like fifty and are any recent customers than just to two. sorry. I couldn't offense. Are there any developments from customers like us. My needs or something that had to adjust to recently yeah time so example would be Become crossing gdp. sorry. I didn't understand An example is changing. The products recently was asked legislation. Gdp which is about keeping custom dates and keeping it secure and so we have to make special provision himself. What's show happened to change. The products is a reflection of that change in the market. Okay position in the market sells. How do you. How does edition itself in a market. That it's in so. I think what set actually so we're a business of something that sounds applications to small to medium sized businesses we focused geographically on benelux arkansan small businesses zero Employees in the job buffet would sell software industries. We talked about just minute. Cute one transi. Our new constructing to use way way in around thirty five years so come in around longtime has been something we've always had to try and manage late see one we want to be competitive on pricing but probably premiums to others in the market because the mocking leader so the brand attracts a premium is expected to capacity most reliable. I spoke to make zach same oppy later and for that you can command a premium pricing. Did you would be to bas- basically always unless they competition is doing but trying to attract the premium price. Okay and you said you're high quality company. How do we promote your company. Choose the we use a mix of marketing techniques so we use everything on my mocking which is really spent most of on google But also things radio advertising you maxine. Radio campaigns recently running we billboard advertising outduels sponsorship whole mix of things and some of them associated with building the brand so that measured on brunt tournaments and how we built the run and the other ones have probably what we call about. Demands of. This brendan demand this ideal. Bregman and awareness of the first place watching awareness of your brand new so that when you wanna tend to preference to will perfect scared. Look you feel products with somebody else's so there's some companions around brand mug billboards radio and then the things are online light. How do we build preference. If i'm swertz someone else embar software. How do you like you can have different. Can you adapt to environmental like different. Campaigns are different promotion tools. Indifference travel says of different regions. 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Nearly 200 face charges of selling opioids, illegal drugs on Darknet

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Nearly 200 face charges of selling opioids, illegal drugs on Darknet

"Officials announced the arrests of nearly 200 people in a global crackdown on opioid trafficking on the dark Net A B C's Aaron Carter ski has more Most of the arrests were in the United States, where one group of Ohio based Opioid Traffickers know Nas Phill Cosby pushed a million fentanyl laced pills on the dark net and encrypted part of the Internet meant to keep users anonymous. There will be no safe haven. For drug dealing in cyberspace. Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen said federal agents seized more than $6.5 million in cash and virtual currency and 275 kg of drugs. There were arrested in seven countries and an ongoing effort to identify the people behind dark net accounts.

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"phill" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"phill" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"So when that went on for years Phill goes on, but I want to make this other point. You know? You asked earlier about Roger Stone interfering All that be clear about this the day after the sentencing in his case when the judge said, Oh, we heard from Mr Nunes, who's a Republican about interference with their own Congress's collusion investigation. Congressman Nunes This office put out a statement today after the sentence thinks the judge is dead wrong. There's nothing Roger Stone said. Or did or failed to do or say that in anyway affected our report in any way. So that goes toe materiality also, But you asked about Mueller, where was Mueller and he wanted to come out and break his silence? Where was he? When all of the Mueller team misconduct was exposed in the Flynn case? Why didn't he defend their integrity then? Because he couldn't last point I want to make to you. By the way on the commutation, you say, Where do we go from here? President did the right thing at the right time as a matter of principle, and it's not only because of the injustice in this case, he saved a life here. Roger Stone was headed off to prison on Tuesday with a judge, knowing an expert opinion that he faced a life threatening risk. If he had to show up Now government had uniform policy applied to every other defendant, the country they would agree to a surrender extension. They lied. Before the court of Appeals. They changed the position and the court of Appeals. Even unfortunately, a panel of three judges entered a GN order. In this case, it goes against all of the other authority on the question in the country. And, if applied to any other defendant will cost people lives they founded unless someone satisfy the criteria for bail pending appeal, and they can't get a surrender extension. That's not the law any place and people will have to go off to prison now who were out on surrender extensions all around the country. There've been special rules for Roger Stone, and every special rule has worked against him and against the rule of law. Stay right there. Final moments, although they're both be on Hannity tonight, his first TV interview Roger Stone David shown with us, his attorneys counsel..

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"phill" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"phill" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"Wasn't who the second episode of our chronic. Watch go watch through our WANNA say I am like Elton. And who are the angry individual with me tonight. You're like me when I'm hungry. Michael Kay Hughes and Phill Hulk Smash Tucker. Those were both funny. But I'm actually for me was average. I don't I never think too much about those things. That's that's part of the joy of game but you don't think about even you just open your mouth and stuff comes out. That's really the main thing I thought about as watch the moving liquids could be my witty opener off. Good Lines in this movie. So I'm like Oh that's obviously going to steal that. I thought the second most obvious. So there's I should introduce what we're going to be talking about it. You can obviously see in the title. So we're GONNA be talking about the incredible hulk film that came up two thousand eight not the two thousand three film because that's not part of the ANC you this one loosely as EMC you so two thousand eight film with Edward Norton. Yeah remember him and the other movies. The other vendor movies yeah. Yep Yep Yep. We'll talk about that too but this is our second time going as we continue on so. I'll start out with just one thing. We I mean like one thing about this movie is i. Don't I want to say it wasn't supposed to be part of the? Anc You when they first started the when when this first started getting published run public but to produce because this was actually made by different studio for no creeks and company with Marvel Studios Motion-picture shoe by universal pictures which is why. I own a DVD and did not watch Disney US yet. Not under that banner. Yeah we talked a little before recorded in Kinda got the same impression like that end girded seen well pre and credits we'll get to that was that was filmed after the fact after ironman blew up in their local. We'll just make this part of that university. Well when I was first watching this I had 'cause I'd seen this movie back when age altron came out right before age altering altron came out when I was excited for age. Alternate that change and I. I didn't catch watching this a couple of days ago in the opening when they're 'cause they they do a great job. They skipped the whole origin story. Because you've just got that five years before in like three felt like three hour long hopes he'll never saw partly that's partly why those are the. Anglia one guys are talking about. Yes to episode on that someday.

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"phill" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"phill" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Consumers may have been overcharged by billions right now, we're talking with Colorado attorney general Phill wiser and thank you so much for coming on with us. It's great to be your guy. So I'm wondering what is this cost? Maybe Colorado, just alone. You know, you know, we haven't done the math on it. But overall nationwide we're talking billions of dollars of extra charges because price fixing and illegal conspiracy to limit competition. If this goes forward to individual consumers get paid back. That's exactly the idea the challenge sometimes cases, like this is can we trace it back where we can trace it back to consumer. We try to pay consumers back other times, we try to remedy the general wrong in this case to healthcare. This is a collusion case. Right. You're saying that these generic companies got together set the price into and they don't compete against one another to keep the price. Highs at the situation. That's exactly right and Teva pharmaceutical peers to be at the center of this effort, they got a whole bunch of companies and executives, and if you look at the complaints long, but it talks about efforts to keep it quiet to say don't Email about this. Try not to talk about it. And they had this whole system of names like fair share a responsible companies idea. Was we'll take this market. You take that market. You take this customer will take that customer, and this way, they can really raise prices, and you saw a massive price hikes up to thousand percents. I'm cases, so you're not even talking about brand name drugs here only generic drugs, you'd figure they would start out a whole lot cheaper than the brand names. You nailed it. Right there April. It's really a matter of these drugs that are supposed to be affordable giving people access whether it's cancer or managing diabetes. It's supposed to be affordable. But they were pulling over getting out of each other's lanes. So that they wouldn't have competition and be a lot more expensive. I imagine administration's going to be behind this as well. The word is that the US department of Justice is investigating this. Same action is parallel to other things you hear about like imports importing drugs from Canada and other efforts to keep drug prices under control. This is something like forty four states are part of this. This goes across all lines. Everyone is hurt by this. And this action is brazen in illegal. We need to hold such a responsible companies accountable. I don't know what was. In these drugmakers minds. But do you think that partly they're thinking, well the insurance is paying for it? So it's not going to really hit consumers. I don't think they were thinking about the impact is really important point. Because here's another thing there. People ended up not getting the healthcare they needed because they couldn't afford the drug. So people are often having to pay money sometimes out of pocket and had to say I can't afford my medicine, whether it's managing blood pressure or something else people likely died because of their actions who's gonna Trig Colorado, Torney, general Phill, wiser governor, Jared polis signing a Bill he says will help patients avoid surprise medical costs. Police held a ceremony and Pueblo yesterday to sign a Bill.

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"phill" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"phill" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"KOA NewsRadio time is ten thirty. I'm Pat on a Selley at least three possibly five people are dead after to float planes crashed in southeastern Alaska. NBC news reporting that the planes collided. Mid air near Ketchikan the factor. Noon sixteen people were on board the planes one person still unaccounted for Royal Princess, Cruises says the planes were carrying passengers of theirs. As part of a seven day cruise out of Vancouver. Did you pay too much for that generic drug Colorado attorney general Phill wiser says chances are you did Colorado and forty two other states have filed a lawsuit against America's largest drug companies, accusing them of colluding the push up the price for more than one hundred different generic drugs coatings for all this. They call it fair share or responsible companies thinking that because they were generic drugs, and they weren't supposed to be making a huge profit. They could get around it through what they thought was self health. But what really is a blatant violation of the antitrust law due to Torney general Phill wiser says, Colorado and consumers across America. Maybe billions for overcharges Jerry, Bill KOA, NewsRadio the column organized team activities, but for Broncos head coach Vic Fangio, it feels like training camp or walk throughs. Now, we get a chance to go against each other. And that's just another step in the progression. OTA's continue for the Broncos through Wednesday and the Rockies are off tonight. Gearing up for a two game interleague series with Boston at Fenway coverage. Tomorrow starts at four thirty right here on KOA NewsRadio. Our next update comes your way at eleven I'm Pam on on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Westbound.

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"phill" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"phill" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"No chance from protesters outside the US supreme court is Justice as their hear arguments in a case over the Trump administration's pushed at a controversial citizenship question to the upcoming census. Let's get into that with Colorado attorney general Phill wiser good morning. Great to be with you. You do not like this question. Therefore, you are fighting it. How is the state getting behind you on all this? As attorney general. It's my job to represent Colorado. The people of Colorado, and it's my job to defend the law. The constitution says the census have to provide an actual enumeration of the population that's counting everybody, and there's a lot of steak whether Colorado gets more Kasem in congress or federal funding the evidence in this case is pretty clear. The administration added this question knowing it would lead people answer it. So if you're documented immigrant, and you've got kids who were born here their citizens, but by asan's question, the whole family may not answer. This census, not least undercount and that violates the constitution in. That's part of the problem, isn't it because I know many people that are very pro this. They seem to forget that. I don't think you're gonna get an accurate response. If people feel like they have to reveal who the are. But is it hyperbolic to also think if people answering this is are going to get swept up in some ice rate and be taken away and and deported. There is a lot of fear out there. And I'm not necessarily going to judge people for airing on the side of caution. I'm dealing the world here of evidence. And the evidence is clear, in fact, that trial below the or the hearing below demonstrated it was actually added because they thought people wouldn't answer. So that seems to have been the motivation for doing it. I think it's disingenuous to now say, oh, no. We have no reason to believe people are going to be less likely to answer the evidence was it was put in there for political reasons to lead to an undercount and both the census and the constitutions and be subject to partisan games to help win elections or get more sensation it's about playing fair and following the rules. All right. But those in favor of the question would say if a person is illegally in this country. They shouldn't have access to a state's resources. They shouldn't have the same benefits as people here illegally. What do you say to them? I say, this is a complicated issue. And I believe we're going to get to a point when we think about this in a careful way. Get comprehensive reform but their situations. And you hear lots of different stories. Someone comes to this country twenty years ago. Overstays of these gets married has kids has a job, and they may check in periodically or they might hope. No one notices, but they are living in fear. Even though they're contributing to our society and economy, and that's that's the sort of person who looks at this question on a form. It says I don't want to give any evidence about my status because it could lead to me being removed from my family. I it's looking like the supreme court is hinting that they're actually going to support that allow it on the census are you reading that the same way it is really hard to make too many judgments from supreme court arguments. There's a lot of devil's advocates questions it is possible that the court will decide to defer to ministration that that happened in the third round of the travel ban. We're gonna find out later this spring. It will be to my mind a dangerous game to play because the re. Reason for this question was to scare people to lead to an undercount. If we end up and under counting her Colorado. There's a big effort in Colorado encouraging people, regardless of who you are we need to know that you're here we need to count you. If we count people in Colorado, it's going to hurt us a lot in the next decade. Colorado's attorney general fell wiser we have a million other directions. We'd love to head with you. But we're out of time. We'll have to have you back. Thanks for the time this morning look forward to take care guys. You bet seven sixteen..

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"phill" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"phill" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Believe it or not still below normal for the season by a half foot. He says there are still avalanche warning in effect for the front range and south western mountains. House lawmakers passing a nonbinding resolution. It's calls for the public. Release of the Muller report. Once it is finished. The bipartisan vote was four hundred twenty two nothing attorney general Phill wiser is supporting the controversial red flag Bill going through the state legislature. It's called an extreme risk protection. Order and it would allow law enforcement or private individuals to take a weapon away from someone that they deemed to be a danger to themselves or others. More than a dozen sheriffs say they will not. Enforce the Bill. Why is there says he's confident that when the time comes all law enforcement officers will follow the rule of law. Karen, Trinidad KOA NewsRadio Bill will go to the Senate veterans affairs committee. It will now be Friday before French air. Investigators say they will start trying to extract data from the black boxes from the GOP and Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight crashed on Sunday the flight data and cockpit voice recorder could harness keys as to why that plane went down the black boxes are heavily damaged, and it will take technical work to retrieve data from them. You know photo by French air. Investigators one of the boxes he's mangled, but the capsule containing the recorder appears to be intact and in relatively good shape. ABC's Alec stone. We've got Wall Street mixed today with the Dow up seven points, the S and P five hundred closed down two and a half. The NASDAQ lost twelve and a half..

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"phill" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

13:26 min | 3 years ago

"phill" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This is Red Eye Radio all across America, eight six six ninety redeye he is Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. Some different news yesterday, but still important news. Christian Baker, Jack Phillips. And the Colorado civil rights commission have resolved a legal dispute that set Phillips religious beliefs against the state's public accommodations law. The deal announced yesterday afternoon provides that the commission will close and an ongoing anti-discrimination probe of Phillips masterpiece cake shop it Phillips withdraws a federal lawsuit, alleging state officials were subjecting him to a concerted campaign of harassment. After careful consideration of the facts both sides. Agreed. It was not in anybody's best interest to move forward. With these cases, Colorado attorney general Phill wiser said in a statement, the larger constitutional issues might well be decided down the road. But these cases will not be the vehicle for resolving them. The supreme court found that the Commission's first action. Remember this against Phillips was infected with anti religious animus. The June two thousand eighteen judgment was seven two the case arose when Phillips refused to create a custom wedding cake for a gay couple. The court did not decide whether business owners can claim a religious exemption the public accommodation laws the state issued. They they didn't claim religious exemption to the public combination laws that question remained. Resolve what they said was never got to the point. They said the excuse me. That the bias. The anti-discrimination commission was so great against religion. That they had to look at how they did things that there was such an incredible bias that they couldn't have made a fair decision to begin with. If you remember that case. So they send it back to them and said you resolve it. Well, then what happened three weeks after you might remember this? The state issued a second probable cause finding against Phillips just three weeks after the high court's ruling in that instance, a perspect- perspective customer filed a complaint at Phillips declined to create a cake, celebrating a gender transition. Remember that was the whole thing. It's like, okay. Here we go again, the states, you know, some instead is giving the blankety blank to the supreme court. Okay. We're gonna go with this one now. Well, that's what the state did. Well, the states agreed to drop that. They're basically dropping everything saying we're not going to go after you anymore. Or dropping these two cases were moving on. And it might be settled again. I mean, there might be another case if you're drowning off of somebody's gonna walk in another week and do it and whether and whether the Colorado, civil rights commissions just going to refuse to hear it or whatever or just say, no sorry. We can't win this. But it seems both sides of agreed on the agreement. Whether there's I it'd be interesting to find out in the agreement. Did they agree? Look, we're not going to bother you anymore. I don't know because an agreement requires two parties. Right. Because that's what I if I'm the cake shop owner, look I want this ended. This isn't just about these two cases. I'm not going to sit here for the rest of my life and lit a gate with the state of Colorado. The supreme court's already come in. You're willing to drop this. You don't want me to go forward with my lawsuit against you. If you don't want me to then leave me alone. And I I could see from the state level looking at it saying, it's probably a no win situation. We're going to we're going to have this case in the courts that's going to cost a great deal. And then ultimately, we get back up to a supreme court who is likely not to decided any differently especially with the current makeup of the court. So likely not worth pursuing. And they the the state had to feel I guess some risk based on the the suit against them. From the shop owner. And they probably realized yeah, there's some there's some teeth in there. You know, something that could actually be damaging to the state, and maybe we just call it a day when everybody walk away from the table. Well after the state went after him again the second time after the supreme court rulings. Didn't look you've got incredible bias Phillips sued nine state officials alleging a number of constitutional violations. His lawsuit argued that the CRC was enabling harassment of his business, by pursuing complaints from possible bad faith actors which really gets into the whole supreme court. Will you people are so biased against religion, your bias is so great. You could make a fair decision to begin with and three weeks later, they come back with again as he saying these are just people coming in to set me up, and you the state or cooperating with them, right? And I'm gonna take this to the supreme court. I'm going to throw this right back in their face. Because you're just saying you're saying, basically, you're giving them the the the middle digit from your hand. And I'm going to take you on to this. So I wonder if he was. Able to get out of this. And look, you know, we're done. Now, here's what his lawyer said we hope that the state is done going along with this obvious efforts to harass Jack said the alliance defense freedoms Jim Campbell. He shouldn't be driven out of business. Just because some people disagreed with his religious beliefs and his desire to live consistently with them, though. The state's case is now closed the Colorado attorney general. Said that that transgender can still file a lawsuit against Phillips. Both sides will pay their own attorneys fees. Well, and that's see that's different. If the state had said, okay, we're going to approach the original case. From a different direction and look at other possibilities that might be one thing there clearly targeting. This clearly was politically driven. I think most people can see that. But then in order to make the second case. Well now. That's obvious to everyone. That's a setup. Which is why he the you bring that suit new pseudo state officials his say, this is clearly a setup you're now targeting me, and it's not gonna come out any differently for you at the highest court. In fact, it could be very damaging to the state if they were to find that the the second case was as you know, this is somebody that had some kind of connection to the state and the state was part of setting the shopowner up. You don't want to take that risk. Well, some of the specific insincere this from the daily caller that remember Justice Anthony Kennedy condemned one of the commissioners for comparing Mr. Phillips stated religious objections to defenses of slavery in the holocaust after that decision. It was a commission meeting and two other commissioners expressed support for that Commissioner and the statements that she made stating that his religious objections were like slavery and the holocaust while and so his double down so his lawyers found, and they said you do this. You're you're going precisely against what Kennedy said. We're going after you big time. And then at that point, the state probably said, okay, we're going to back off while because the the the highest court would have zero tolerance for that kind of behavior which would clearly be doubling down against the highest court on something that they specifically cited a type of behavior they specifically cited you're not gonna win that. You're not not only are you not going to win that at the highest court. It's quite possible. That those two additional commissioners could be the downfall of your case. In other words, you look at the state attorney general saying, okay, maybe the, you know, at some point this issue will be decided based on another case you're looking at it going. Hey, we need to walk away from this one because they're because there are way too many elements in this that defeat us immediately in the treatment of the individual the shop owner, and you never even get to the core constitutionality issue before you get there. And and I would I would look at that if find the attorney general, regardless of my political, bent, I'd look at that and go we're not going to win this or you're not gonna win it. Because number one it wasn't a five four ruling. Right. It was seven two and the current and the current government make a change since then Kennedy is no longer there. And you're you're definitely not going to which is what I mentioned a moment ago, the current makeup of the court alone. But then based on the actions or words of those those additional commissioners and doubling down against what the court had already rebuked them. For is the supreme court, basically said you're so biased and against religion. You can't even make a fair ruling. Right. You're just basically your name calling right? Ear bias on this your as a civil rights commission your bias against religion. Makes it so you can. And so what they have the same commissioners who had then after the thing reiterated their support for their same philosophy that his religious beliefs were just like. You know, the the the the the holocaust and slavery where it's like you just walked into the the biggest trap imaginable, you're not gonna win this. And so they finally came to that conclusion they're not gonna win it. So that's what happened they made a deal. That's all right. Just without. It was important news to to bring to you. When it comes to again, you know, religious freedom. Yeah. And about the fact that it was never just about tolerance, nor anybody's leaves. It was about acceptance and participation yes. And being forced to do it. It's where I said all along. It's what I've been saying for, you know, for thirty years as a talk show host. And that it wasn't about tolerance. It wasn't just about acceptance. It was about forcing people to not only accept what not tolerate, but except what you do but force them to participate in your celebration. By the the hand of government and the enforcement of government, destroying your life. And it's exactly you're going way overboard, that's no slippery slope. There was a slippery slope. We were right? And you see it right there. Yup. The forcing of the participation by people who are artists, and and creative in nature and keep in mind. You wanna cake you can not gonna turn down. If you want to buy a cake. Cake decorated just not going to be a part of the decoration or the celebration. Right or the creation of direct you to it was I think twenty at least a dozen if I remember correctly other cake shops that will help you. And get you the cake you want right. Nope. You because we say so you must participate. Wrong. Eight six six ninety redeye. Tips from JJ Keller and associates Inc. On driver wellness. Establishing a regular exercise routine is nearly impossible when spending days and nights away from home finding enough room and enough time to exercise while off duty on the road is tough. But a little creativity can produce some results for your efforts. When taking a break take a longer walk outside before returning to your cab. It might get you closer to a goal of ten thousand daily steps. But if you're going to walk remember to be aware of your surroundings and stay safe try working out inside your sleeper do sit ups before bedtime. Purchase a resistance band for rowing exercises..

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Comey in closed session of House Judiciary Committee

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00:15 sec | 3 years ago

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00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Nobel-winning author V.S. Naipaul dead at 85

"The Nobel prize winning author via snipe Paul has. Died at his home in, London he was eighty five years old NPR's Lynn neary reports Naipaul wrote about British colonialism faith in immigration and novels and in his nonfiction born in. Trinidad VS Naipaul had a complicated relationship with his homeland his grandparents were indentured servants from India his father became a local journalist. A fate Naipaul was determined to avoid he did just that when he won, a scholarship to study at Oxford later. He travelled extensively in Africa, much of his, work is about life in former colonized countries, including his best known book abandoned River early novels such as house for. Mr. Biswas are filled with humor but his. Later depictions of life and former colonies were more critical. Naipaul won what was then the Booker prize in nineteen, one four in a, Free State and. The Nobel prize in literature in two

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