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Gould's FG on final play gives 49ers 13-10 upset of Packers

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 d ago

Gould's FG on final play gives 49ers 13-10 upset of Packers

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Sen. Ron Johnson's Mission Has Always Been About Freedom

The Dan Bongino Show

01:18 min | 6 d ago

Sen. Ron Johnson's Mission Has Always Been About Freedom

"Listen when I ran in 2010 it was about freedom It's still about freedom It's always been about freedom What made this country great It's individual liberty and freedom It's not big government It's individuals using their liberty to and their freedom to dream and aspire and build and create with this little interference from the federal government as possible You take a look at just about anything federal government touches and they screw it up They exacerbate I don't know how I do know how because liberals have taken over our media big tech but they've been boozled the American public into looking to government to solve their problem Have you noticed they haven't Senator they can't even give stuff away They can't even give stuff away The federal government can't even give away monoclonal antibodies and masks They can't even give away free stuff They can't even get that right I mean it's staggering they're in confidence And Americans understand that And yet so many people vote for people want to grow government It makes no sense And if you want to fear power fear it in a concentrated government That's what our founders recognize I mean the reason these geniuses came up with this system is checks and balances they knew Yeah we need a government but government by and large is something to fear because it grew our freedoms receded and they knew the key was

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Sen. Ron Johnson Confirms Another Re-Election Campaign

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | 6 d ago

Sen. Ron Johnson Confirms Another Re-Election Campaign

"So you had some big news You're gonna run again Listen I know there's a couple golden opportunities coming up here in the election I know you had said you weren't gonna run You changed your mind I'm very happy about that What was it The mess we need to clean up there What changed your mind Yeah Democrat governance I mean in a nutshell when I ran in 2016 and I stated that intention it was trust me as my wife's very strong preference to serve a second term and go home But now it really does feel like this nation is being torn apart by the left And when you look at the disaster this Democrat governance the open borders the embarrassing dangerous threat in Afghanistan out of control spending sparking record and 40 year record highs and inflation And by the way we don't have kept release only on the southern border We also catch Ruiz in our criminal justice system You'll be able to see We have the tragedy that was the walk shot Christmas tree The little children see on the curbs trying to see Santa and because of Democrat governance and Democrat and Democrat government Milwaukee they'll let this murder out I think a $1000 bail killed 6 people each year more than 62 others That didn't have to happen It shouldn't have happened But that is that is the disaster that Democrat government So that's as I travel around the state I would just say identify so many people that are every bit as concerned about what's happening in this country And they were just strongly encouraging me Don't worry about that And what you said in 2016 we need your voice You're willing to speak the truth You will need to be attacked continue to keep speaking the truth And so that's what in the end this made me decide to not walk away I could walk away I didn't think I should

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Chuck Schumer and His Racist Political Ascension

The Larry Elder Show

01:49 min | Last week

Chuck Schumer and His Racist Political Ascension

"Well, Jay, when we talk years ago, we talked about this article that I mentioned called race to the top that you wrote in January of 2006 for the American spectator. And you told about an incident, a political meeting that you went to with your dad. Tell us about it. Well, this was a formative and transformative moment for me. It's solidified my political engagement. I was just a fly on the wall essentially. I was 16, 17, something like that. My father got invited to this meeting. It wasn't that politically active, but he was a prominent figure. And this was in the flatbush section of Brooklyn. And they were introducing Charles Schumer to us and I think this is before he ran for Congress. He was becoming a state assembly person. So they were introducing and they were trying to sell them to us. It was not a very impressive figure. I must say it was whiny nasal didn't seem to have much confidence. And they were trying to put him forward and sell them on the basis and unfortunately all the assumptions that went into this are horrible, but they put a photo on the basis that he's going to get to blacks if you know the flapper section it tends to be a white section of single-family homes and for whatever reason over the years it evolved in that way. But there's a cluster of apartment houses on the other UK where black's resided. And frankly, they were not violent. It wasn't any kind of class is going on in the streets. There was no fear. If there was a problem, I didn't detect a problem. I lived there, but so I had a problem with it. It would have only been on a strictly racist type of basis.

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Why the Government's Place Is Not in Our Life's Choices

The Larry Elder Show

01:40 min | Last week

Why the Government's Place Is Not in Our Life's Choices

"Look, I never thought I'd be living in a country where government could force every man, woman and child. To purchase healthcare insurance, whether they wanted it, whether they needed it, whether they could afford it. But the Supreme Court ruled that the government had the power to do that. And I was on the air, some 30 years ago. When California became the first state to ban cigarette smoking, in bars and restaurants. Now I've never smoked cigarettes except for the time I was 13 years old, almost threw up, which is why I never did it again. Don't like it on my clothes and like it in my hair. But my dad ran a restaurant, and he had ashtrays everywhere. And somehow, some way people smoked. And those who didn't survived. Those plenty of ventilation in the little bar that my dad owned little cafe my dad owned. And I said, then and I say now. Just because you don't smoke, just because you don't like it. Just because you think it's crude. Does that give the government? The right, the power of the ability to say to a restaurant owner, who may smoke, who may have a staff of smokes, who may have clientele, who smoke, we're not going to let you smoke in your own restaurant. And I got hammered. People called up and said, oh, how dare you? I hate smoking. That's not the issue. We're talking about freedom. And I said, if you allow this, what can't the government do?

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Stafford propels Rams past Cardinals 34-11 in playoff rout

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Stafford propels Rams past Cardinals 34-11 in playoff rout

"Matthew Matthew Stafford Stafford passed passed for for two two touchdowns touchdowns and and ran ran for for another another score score in in the the rams rams thirty thirty four four to to eleven eleven win win over over the the cardinals cardinals it's it's Stafford's Stafford's first first playoff playoff win win in in his his thirteen thirteen year year NFL NFL career career Odell Odell Beckham Beckham junior junior in in Cooper Cooper Kupp Kupp made made the the touchdown touchdown receptions receptions as as LA LA took took a a twenty twenty eight eight to to nothing nothing lead lead in in the the third third quarter quarter Arizona Arizona is is dual dual threat threat quarterback quarterback Kyler Kyler Murray Murray threw threw for for just just one one hundred hundred thirty thirty seven seven yards yards and and rushed rushed for for only only six six he he threw threw two two interceptions interceptions one one was was returned returned for for a a pick pick six six mark mark Myers Myers angle angle would would California California

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Texas rabbi says he, 2 hostages escaped synagogue standoff

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Texas rabbi says he, 2 hostages escaped synagogue standoff

"The the rabbi rabbi of of a a Texas Texas synagogues synagogues as as he he threw threw a a chair chair at at a a gunman gunman and and then then escape escape with with two two other other hostages hostages after after a a ten ten hour hour standoff standoff a a rambling rambling a a congregation congregation Beth Beth Israel Israel in in suburban suburban fort fort worth worth Texas Texas said said he he left left the the gunman gunman in in the the synagogue synagogue on on Saturday Saturday because because he he appeared appeared to to need need shelter shelter he he says says the the man man was was not not threatening threatening or or suspicious suspicious at at first first later later he he heard heard a a gun gun click click as as he he was was praying praying authorities authorities identified identified the the hostage hostage taker taker as as forty forty four four year year old old British British national national Malek Malek Faisal Faisal on on ground ground he he was was killed killed Saturday Saturday night night after after the the last last hostages hostages ran ran out out of of the the synagogue synagogue around around nine nine PM PM the the FBI FBI issued issued a a statement statement calling calling the the ordeal ordeal a a terrorism terrorism related related matter matter in in which which the the Jewish Jewish community community was was targeted targeted I'm I'm Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff

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Texas rabbi: Security training paid off in hostage standoff

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Texas rabbi: Security training paid off in hostage standoff

"Police police in in England England say say they've they've arrested arrested two two teenagers teenagers in in that that probe probe into into an an armed armed British British national national holding holding four four people people hostage hostage during during a a ten ten all all stand stand out out a a Texas Texas synagogue synagogue the the greater greater Manchester Manchester police police have have not not named named the the suspects suspects detained detained on on Sunday Sunday well well with with that that they they face face any any charges charges they they describe describe them them as as teenagers teenagers in in custody custody for for questioning questioning authorities authorities have have identified identified the the hostage hostage taker taker as as forty forty four four year year old old British British national national Malek Malek Faisal Faisal Akram Akram he he was was killed killed on on Saturday Saturday night night after after the the loss loss sausages sausages ran ran out out of of congregation congregation Beth Beth Israel Israel near near fort fort worth worth the the FBI FBI says says it it appears appears Akram Akram was was acting acting alone alone he'd he'd arrived arrived in in the the U. U. S. S. recently recently on on a a tourist tourist visa visa from from the the U. U. K. K. London's London's Metropolitan Metropolitan Police Police say say its its counterterrorism counterterrorism group group is is the the asing asing with with US US authorities authorities about about the the incident incident Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month London London

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49ers hang on late for 23-17 wild-card victory over Cowboys

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

49ers hang on late for 23-17 wild-card victory over Cowboys

"The the forty forty Niners Niners have have advanced advanced to to the the NFC NFC divisional divisional round round by by holding holding off off the the cowboys cowboys twenty twenty three three seventeen seventeen year year Dallas Dallas receiver receiver Deebo Deebo Samuel Samuel ran ran twenty twenty six six yards yards for for a a touchdown touchdown putting putting the the Niners Niners ahead ahead twenty twenty three three seven seven in in the the third third quarter quarter one one play play after after dak dak Prescott Prescott was was intercepted intercepted Eli Eli Mitchell Mitchell carried carried twenty twenty seven seven times times for for ninety ninety six six yards yards including including a a four four yard yard TD TD Prescott Prescott threw threw for for two two hundred hundred fifty fifty four four yards yards and and a a score score he he also also ran ran for for a a touchdown touchdown and and later later got got Dallas Dallas to to the the San San Francisco Francisco twenty twenty four four but but the the clock clock ran ran out out before before the the cowboys cowboys could could get get off off a a snap snap on on the the ferry ferry

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Tom Brady notches 35th postseason win, 85th postseason touchdown pass

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Tom Brady notches 35th postseason win, 85th postseason touchdown pass

"The the Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Buccaneers Buccaneers scored scored the the first first thirty thirty one one points points of of the the game game and and coasted coasted to to a a thirty thirty one one to to fifteen fifteen victory victory over over the the Philadelphia Philadelphia eagles eagles in in the the NFC NFC wild wild card card round round of of the the playoffs playoffs Tom Tom Brady Brady completed completed twenty twenty nine nine of of thirty thirty seven seven passes passes for for two two hundred hundred seventy seventy one one yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns to to Shawn Shawn Vaughn Vaughn and and Giovanni Giovanni Bernard Bernard each each ran ran for for a a score score the the bucs bucs defense defense held held the the eagles eagles vaunted vaunted running running game game to to ninety ninety five five yards yards on on the the day day eagles eagles quarterback quarterback Jaylen Jaylen hurts hurts ran ran for for thirty thirty nine nine yards yards and and passed passed for for two two hundred hundred fifty fifty eight eight what what was was intercepted intercepted twice twice on on Tom Tom Aikens Aikens the the Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Buccaneers Buccaneers scored scored the the first first thirty thirty one one points points of of the the game game and and coasted coasted to to a a thirty thirty one one to to fifteen fifteen victory victory over over the the Philadelphia Philadelphia eagles eagles in in the the NFC NFC wild wild card card round round of of the the playoffs playoffs Tom Tom Brady Brady completed completed twenty twenty nine nine of of thirty thirty seven seven passes passes for for two two hundred hundred seventy seventy one one yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns to to Shawn Shawn Vaughn Vaughn and and Giovanni Giovanni Bernard Bernard each each ran ran for for a a score score the the

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last week

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm David David Shuster Shuster at at the the extended extended NFL NFL wildcard wildcard weekend weekend opened opened up up on on Saturday Saturday with with two two games games we we begin begin in in Cincinnati Cincinnati with with mark mark Myers Myers reporting reporting Cincinnati Cincinnati finally finally won won a a playoff playoff game game twenty twenty six six nineteen nineteen over over Las Las Vegas Vegas sending sending a a thirty thirty one one year year drought drought Joe Joe burrow burrow threw threw for for two two touchdowns touchdowns six six sorry sorry for for the the city city for for the the state state but but you you know know we're we're we're we're not not gonna gonna do do on on that that we're we're moving moving forward forward we're we're ready ready however however we we got got planned planned next next will will be be ready ready to to go go and and execute execute the the game game plan plan the the second second year year quarterback quarterback connected connected on on scoring scoring strikes strikes to to CJ CJ use use alma alma and and Tyler Tyler Boyd Boyd and and Evan Evan McPherson McPherson was was good good on on all all four four field field goal goal tries tries and and we we moved moved further further east east now now to to New New York York state state with with Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie filling filling us us in in on on buffalo buffalo and and New New England England Josh Josh Allen Allen and and the the bills bills have have advanced advanced to to the the AFC AFC divisional divisional round round by by blasting blasting the the patriots patriots forty forty seven seven seventeen seventeen Allen Allen set set a a team team playoff playoff record record with with five five touchdown touchdown passes passes to to to to Dawson Dawson Knox Knox Allen Allen was was twenty twenty one one of of twenty twenty five five for for three three hundred hundred eighty eighty yards yards for for the the bills bills who who scored scored on on each each of of their their seven seven possessions possessions it it didn't didn't end end with with the the kneel kneel down down Devin Devin Singletary Singletary ran ran for for two two touchdowns touchdowns in in the the first first half half for for buffalo buffalo that's that's QB QB Matt Matt Jones Jones struggled struggled in in finishing finishing twenty twenty four four of of thirty thirty eight eight for for two two hundred hundred thirty thirty two two yards yards with with two two touchdowns touchdowns and and two two interceptions interceptions on on the the ferry ferry three three more more wild wild card card games games coming coming up up on on Sunday Sunday to to the the NBA NBA Joel Joel Embiid Embiid with with thirty thirty two two points points in in Philadelphia's Philadelphia's one one oh oh two two ninety ninety eight eight victory victory over over Miami Miami we we need need a a body body we we have have to to be be com com perfect perfect and and tonight tonight you you know know I I was was imperfect imperfect but but you you know know that that showed showed up up and and there there were were the the perfect perfect elsewhere elsewhere Brooklyn Brooklyn beat beat New New Orleans Orleans but but Kevin Kevin Durant Durant left left with with a a knee knee injury injury with with an an MRI MRI coming coming up up on on Sunday Sunday on on the the college college level level number number one one went went down down for for the the second second time time this this week week as as Baylor Baylor lost lost at at home home to to Oklahoma Oklahoma state state sixty sixty one one fifty fifty four four elsewhere elsewhere number number two two Gonzaga Gonzaga three three UCLA UCLA and and for for Auburn Auburn all all victorious victorious and and Joe Joe B. B. hall hall who who won won titles titles as as both both a a player player and and a a coach coach at at Kentucky Kentucky he he passed passed away away at at the the age age of of ninety ninety three three I'm I'm David David Shuster Shuster AP AP sports sports

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Does the COVID-19 Vaccine Affect Fertility? Drs. Martenson and Kory Weigh In

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last week

Does the COVID-19 Vaccine Affect Fertility? Drs. Martenson and Kory Weigh In

"Guys see any evidence at all whatsoever and I want to start with you, doctor mortenson, which around a link between infertility and the vaccine or any sort of disturbing trends in that regard. Absolutely. So one of the things so I got two YouTube strikes. One was when I ran his Senate testimony. And so that got taken down. I got a YouTube strike for that. And the second one was when I pointed out that the yellow card system in the UK had shown 30,000 women had reported reproductive cycle issues, right? Their menstrual cycles were thrown off. They were having ultra heavy bleeding, clotting, cramping, all kinds of stuff. And there's 30,000 reports. And so what I noted was I went back to the Pfizer safety data which they had put out as part of their application. And I said, of all the side effects they possibly list, which is part of informed consent, they didn't even mention something that was striking so many women you couldn't have missed it. So I pointed that out and then I got a strike for that because I was medical misinformation. Now it's getting more widely known and women are writing about it. There was a big reason article that I think broke that open a little bit. But now it's whenever I post that and I say, hey, look, here's this thing. Women's reproductive cycles are messed up. By definition, that's a fertility issue. When you put that up, women just start pouring in with their personal anecdotes around this. And it's just it's a thing, right? It's huge. One of the I was listening to a talk by an expert in obstetrics and gynecology and when one of her statements always kind of stuck with me, she said that, you know, a normal menstrual cycle is literally one of the signals of health of a woman. And so when you have abnormal abnormalities in the menstrual cycles, I mean, it's indicative of a real disturbance to their health. And so I find that data alarming, the miscarriage data that's actually in one of the original trials was alarming.

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How Stephen Moore Came to Advise Then-Presidential Candidate Donald Trump

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last week

How Stephen Moore Came to Advise Then-Presidential Candidate Donald Trump

"Second, but for those who may have heard you regularly on my show or when they tune in to newsmax or Fox, but they don't know the Stephen Moore story. Will you tell us how you got to be advising presidential candidates and then presidents, so give us a potted story of the more journey. I can tell you about meeting Trump for the first time if I may suggest because I've got a confession to make before I met Trump. I didn't like him very much. You know, I was a cruise guy way back when? Sorry? Were you a cruise guy originally? No, no, I was actually a Rand Paul guy. I'm pretty libertarian and I was well, I was helping ran. And I still love ram Paul, he's one of my favorite senators. And I remember Larry kudlow and I got a call from Donald Trump's office saying the gun candidate Trump. This was in late 2015. Would like to meet with Larry kudlow and myself and go to Trump Tower up about Fifth Avenue and I know you've been there are many, many, many times. And so, you know, I was curious about Trump. You know, I was curious about how he would have so many followers and such a short time. And, you know, there was something going on with trumpism. So I did want to meet him, but I didn't have that positive opinion of him. Until I went to his office and the first thing I noticed about Trump was that the people who work for him, the people around him loved him. And that tells you a lot about somebody. Are they treat the people that are around them? And they just thought he was the greatest thing on earth. And then I'll never forget Larry kudlow and I went into his office. You were in that office many times I know Sebastian. And we spent well over an hour talking to Donald Trump about everything. And he loves to

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If Elected, Would Mike Durant Vote for Sen. Mitch McConnell to Lead Senate Republicans?

The Dan Bongino Show

00:55 sec | Last week

If Elected, Would Mike Durant Vote for Sen. Mitch McConnell to Lead Senate Republicans?

"Here's a question a lot of people get hit with I run for Senate myself I won the nomination got destroyed in the general election And that may be being generous Michael Durant Yeah yeah I ran in Maryland but hey you don't listen I'm like you man No excuses You know I ran it was a three way race so they had an independent in there but I get asked and I was asked a lot about my support for establishment types because they're kind of proxies for where you stand If you were to win to see would you vote for Mitch McConnell to represent you as the say they'd take the majority Even if you are in the month to represent the party Well I mean if I don't know who else is running it's pure speculation So at this point my answer would be yes But I would vote for whoever the most conservative senator would be who was vying for that position

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A US Based Virologist Warns Parents Against Vaccinating Kids

The Larry Elder Show

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

A US Based Virologist Warns Parents Against Vaccinating Kids

"There is a piece in epoch times. About Robert Malone, virologist, immunologists, who contributed significantly to the technology that allowed us to develop these kinds of vaccines. Here's what the headline is. Think twice before you vaccinate your kids. Doctor Robert Malone Warren's parents, on COVID-19 shots, as you know, during the campaign when I ran for governor, I was asked by Joe Johns of CNN about Maxine vaccine for children. And I said, one more time, children are not likely to get sick. Not likely to get seriously sick, not likely to be hospitalized and certainly not likely to die. And they showed that, and then Joe John's voice over said, but that's not true. According to the CDC, yada bloch et cetera well, this is doctor Robert Malone, who contributed a great deal to the technology that was used to develop these vaccines. Here is what he said and I'm quoting. Think twice before you vaccinate your kids. Because if something bad happens, you can't go back and say, whoops, I want to do a do over.

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Rich Valdes: One Rule That Stands out From Saul Alinsky

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Rich Valdes: One Rule That Stands out From Saul Alinsky

"So much of what we see today it's the radical left It's playing everyone against everyone else playing them against themselves One of alinsky's rules that stood out to me was a rule that I used a lot when I worked with James O'Keefe at project veritas back in 2014 2015 I ran the national field operation for James I was his director of special operations And making left wing radicals live up to their own book of rules was a big part of that work One of the alinsky rules is make the enemy live up to his own book of rules Here's a quote from alinsky Ridicule is man's most potent weapon There is no defense It's almost impossible to counter attack riddle Ridiculous excuse me So when associate justice Sonia Sotomayor from the boogie down Bronx the land of AOC all our crazy When she spreads misinformation to the masses on COVID and she doesn't face any ridicule what are we to what are we to surmise from that That we're not making them live up to their own book of

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Seahawks win 38-30 to spoil Cardinals shot at NFC West title

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Seahawks win 38-30 to spoil Cardinals shot at NFC West title

"The the rams rams claim claim the the NFC NFC west west title title with with the the cardinals cardinals thirty thirty eight eight thirty thirty loss loss to to Seattle Seattle Russell Russell Wilson Wilson threw threw for for three three TV's TV's ever ever shot shot penny penny ran ran for for one one hundred hundred ninety ninety yards yards and and a a touchdown touchdown Wilson Wilson had had two two hundred hundred thirty thirty eight eight yards yards passing passing in in what what could could have have been been his his final final game game with with Seattle Seattle I I love love playing playing here here I I sit sit out out there there and and I I love love the the city city I I love love being being here here and and everything everything else else and and so so you you know know I I also also love love went went into into you you know know we we also also got got a a you you do do whatever whatever it it takes takes to to make make sure sure that that we're we're doing doing that that and and I I think think that's that's the the standard standard that's that's what what I'm I'm that's that's what what I I believe believe in in so so I I got got to to do do my my part part starts starts with with me me first first James James Connors Connors scored scored two two touchdowns touchdowns in in the the third third quarter quarter before before Arizona Arizona lost lost for for the the sixth sixth time time in in ten ten games games since since a a seven seven or or no no start start the the cardinals cardinals have have to to settle settle for for the the fifth fifth seed seed and and a a road road game game in in the the wildcard wildcard round round on on the the ferry ferry

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Dak Prescott and the Cowboys’ Starters Launch Into Playoffs

AP News Radio

00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dak Prescott and the Cowboys’ Starters Launch Into Playoffs

"The the cowboys cowboys geared geared up up for for the the playoffs playoffs by by blasting blasting the the eagles eagles fifty fifty one one twenty twenty six six dak dak Prescott Prescott threw threw for for five five touchdowns touchdowns completing completing twenty twenty one one of of twenty twenty seven seven passes passes for for two two hundred hundred ninety ninety five five yards yards Dallas Dallas also also ran ran for for one one hundred hundred seventy seventy five five yards yards with with Ezekiel Ezekiel Elliott Elliott providing providing eighty eighty seven seven on on eighteen eighteen carries carries Cedrick Cedrick Wilson Wilson and and Dalton Dalton Schultz Schultz each each had had two two scoring scoring receptions receptions Wilson Wilson had had five five catches catches for for one one hundred hundred nineteen nineteen yards yards for for the the cowboys cowboys who who scored scored over over fifty fifty points points in in two two of of their their last last

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"rans" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"rans" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"How far does that get you to backing up your evidence? Because there is not also rans. I mean, Vandy, Missouri, Arkansas. Kentucky. You know South Carolina's years? Yeah, Here's Here's how I will attempt to answer that. Okay, so I'll give you a team. That's just been okay in the SEC. Nothing more. Nothing less over like the last five or six years, and they've had a couple different coaches during that time. Mississippi State. When Mississippi State at Dak Prescott and they won. I think maybe nine or 10 games and they did that for, like, two or three years of him at quarterback. If you put them in another league, what are they? Instead of being like, I don't know the sixth or seventh Best team in the SEC. If they're in the A C. C if they're in the big 12 What are they? I think they're probably something more than that. Like I think I think that programs like Mississippi stay Kentucky. Texas A and M those middle teams. I think their oppression on teams in the other conferences like I think Mississippi State would have one. During those years. I think they would have won the Pac 12. One of those times, I think they would have beaten a Washington or Stanford or a USC. Coming up. Talk NFL Week. Three started on Thursday night continue Sunday. Something that has been debated and discussed a lot about the NFL over the last few weeks. We'll bring it up next. The Pony Express, CBS Sports Radio Right now Switch your family that T Mobile and get four lines for $25 align with auto pay and five.

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"rans" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"rans" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"For Seattle's morning news. The Republican National Convention doesn't get underway until Monday. But we have seen a number of Republicans participating in the virtual Democratic convention this week, including John Kasich. Colin Powell, Meg Whitman, Cindy McCain. Former congresswoman Susan Molinari, who was the keynote speaker at the Republicans 1996 convention, spoke out in support of Biden Monday night. The Democrats are clearly trying to lure some of the more moderate members of the opposition. Under their tent, my ass face the nation host Margaret Brennan. How's she thinks they're doing so far? You know, this is something that there are a few different buckets, the trump Triers in 2016 people who are either independent or able to be swayed to try Donald Trump in 2016 because of frustration with things that Are actually common in some ways was part of the progressive movement, frustration with trade imbalances and jobs drying up. Those problems continue to exist. Now those air things you're going to hear the Republican Party highlight. As having you know that the threat of Joe Biden is a threat to make those things worse. Not better, and that Donald Trump can improve the economy. Look, he did it once before, So those are some of the things we're here in the coming days. I think one of the big unknown is whether the Bernie Sanders Wing is goingto show up with enthusiasm at the polls and you could see A lot of Ah, burying the hatchet going on with the zoom call between all the also rans, including Bernie Sanders, Do you think that was successful? Well. It was glossy. It glossed over a lot of the very deep divisions that we saw on full display during Democratic primary, where you had revealed very deep disagreements within the party on how to handle things like health care. Joe Biden is the centrist Democrat who wants to quote unquote fix improve upon Obamacare, the affordable care act, whereas Senator Kamala Harris changed her position a few times. It seems during the campaign but had been at one point leaning towards Medicare. For all so very different view of how to fix things, Joe Biden, you know, in his record of supporting free trade deals, that's something that is really objectionable in some ways to the progressive wings of the party, and that was something that Trump voters actually also found commonality with Bernie Sanders voters on back in 2016 so There are some really unresolved issues. Joe Biden tried to gloss over that, as the party did to show this unified face by making this also a referendum on Donald Trump. If there's one thing that progressives and centrist can agree on, it's that You know, getting Donald Trump out is their main cause can that it also attracts some Republicans? Well, you did see over 70 national security officials from past Republican administrations come out yesterday in an incredibly scathing letter, calling Donald Trump a national security risk and endorsing Joe Biden. And so if you have former defense secretaries like Chuck Hagel and former heads of U. S intelligence Coming out on saying Joe Biden is not just less risky, but actually going to be good at the job. That's a strong argument to persuade other conservatives. Yeah, I find this idea of working with the other side, you know, debating fiercely on C span, but then sitting down having dinner together I find it very appealing. But I'm a baby Boomer. You're the new generation do is that idea this collegiate ality amidst vigorous debate. Still an appealing model of government people. Well, I mean, it feels too May certainly because that's frankly just how our system is built to get things done. And if you can't work like that, then you won't get things done. Which is why you have both the current president and the former Barack Obama relying so heavily on things like executive orders because they just can't get The system to work or reach across the aisle in a persuasive enough way to get something done. What was interesting with this pandemic is at least for the first four versions of economic rescue packages. You did see emergency bipartisanship Democrats, Republicans came together, said Well, there's a crisis. Let's slap a whole bunch of money together and create these programs on the fly. They saw the urgency of needing to reach across the aisle that is totally stopped. In fact, we're stalled on the hill. Right now. We're so close to an election and it is Really bare knuckles on how to get the next version of economic stimulus there, So you know it was there for a brief moment of time for us a few weeks. Ah, and I don't know if that's something that Joe Biden can bring back. Remember, It really wasn't there during the Obama administration, either the Brook Barack Obama's heavily criticised for not trying harder with conservatives and conservatives, he said, We're actually just stopping him from getting anything done, and that that's why he had to go on party lines to get the affordable care act through so This is a problem. I think with our society and increasingly polarized in our rhetoric and in seeking information rather than information. Margaret Brennan, the host of Face the nation. You, too, are part of the new generation. Are you OK with the idea of people you know, debating vigorously in public and then going off and having dinner together, or does that feel like collusion? No, I think that's a good thing. It's a healthy thing. You should be able to disagree with somebody and have it be passionate and heated and still be friends. In the end. We're so afraid of conflict and were so you know, if you disagree with me, you must hate me personally when it's just an ideological difference. I don't have to hate the person because they disagree with you. But I didn't talk show I had a policy. Anybody who wanted just Tio if they take me out to lunch and pay. I didn't care how much they disagree with me would sit down, have lunch and it was actually pretty remarkable that we were not that far apart. Once we're talking over a hamburger, so it's so healing to just let down your guard, and I'm not sure when that started either the personal affront from disagreements right that this is against me as a person, not the ideas I hold. That you must hate me. If you disagree. I don't know when that started. Well, I suppose when people could be anonymous in there, whatever it started. It's here it out. Yeah. Here we are. CBS Special report is coming up Next update on the postmaster general's testimony. 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WTOP

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"rans" Discussed on WTOP

"Right sometimes the apple your smartphone doesn't give you the full story the crash involving the overturned tractor trailer near the Woodrow Wilson bridge the earlier flooding has receded and both of your lanes are open out of the four River Road and downed tree along the right side but it's in that extra lane with a fuel leak their training the saddle tanks right now there's a hazmat crew on the scene W. T. O. P. you gives you the why behind the what your traffic woes traffic reports every ten minutes on the aids on WTOP we're following primary results in DC Maryland and some other states that's coming right up here on WTOP were the time now is at twelve thirty eight good morning welcome in we have traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the H. twelve thirty eight to Mr rich under very busy night in both Maryland and Virginia on the highways as far as construction goes to Maryland to seventy south on approaching route one twenty one Clarksburg and again before Montgomery village Avenue in the walk ins already interchange project out of a single right lane to each of those work sounds to seventy north bound between shady Grove road nine three seventy two left lanes past the work if you're traveling on the eastbound one ninety eight east van Dusen rising far right past works and south on twenty nine Howard County some of the US forty is go over top of Frederick road single file left password down on one await near shepherd lane in Clarksville the alternate travel one direction time to that work project on the Virginia side on sixty six E. Spanish should ease the Fairfax county park which was one twenty three eventually all traffic diverted drive drafts of one twenty three he Regina SK beyond the works on them beyond that another works on these foundation east of Nutley street toward the bow a single file to breakage by that works on and then working inside the bow you simply have a Washington Boulevard to the far right past that work sixty six westbound approaching sycamore street single right lane gets by and west of the beltway out toward the cedar lane bridge over top the sixty six single far right could you buy that works and they will stop traffic from time to time as a continued construction of the new bridge and so you may be held for up to twenty minutes at a time as a result and then further west as you head west to mount the toward one twenty three again down to a single right lane before you're re directed onto that on ramp are all friends should say to one twenty three rides a rans rejoined sixty six beyond that point over and Chantilly headed down towards Centerville twenty eight south bound between Wessels Boulevard and Braddock road single file left past the project this morning Richard WTOP traffic.

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"rans" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"rans" Discussed on WBAI

"Ran with their and our alarm now down in turn around and and then No Way mean we know now women mom and name three zero our my mind reading Miro they Natalie I'm in my much needed new so now I'm in my mind and then No Way Brian get alone maintaining black rap what made you know Iraq down my mom made of Iraq black marble rod was made over the lack and then no way for me to get a loan even knows where what the nap mama you're making you mama would bad bad and go my mom always be and then No Way Miami now that add rattles low all by my random do it on our own and then no way for me to get on now as long as Remy common well and taking me our way of running yeah take me away from rain I mean we and then you know way meaning and they were I'm hang on let me know I've been asked all right now here's ice and snow blowers from nineteen twenty nine by Clifford Gibson who in June of nineteen thirty one back country and western music singing and yodeling.

"rans" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

09:21 min | 2 years ago

"rans" Discussed on DV Radio

"And welcome back to the Marquis dirty thirty here on d radio dot net w Dvr yes me again Mark Davis so I want to discuss to you what would Iran due for an all out war doc quote unquote so Iran they recently purchased a a a whole mess slow of Scud B missiles to the a short-range ballistic missiles from Liberian government. do the Soviet army dash seventeen so they can shoot a Lotta missiles a hell of a lot of missiles. They got the chah-i-ab the shooting star Dash one which is based on the Scud B and and it's a nuclear threat type of long range missile liquid-fuel and it can hold about two thousand pounds of explosives so you know what a missile that can travel up to one hundred eighty six miles yeah. Iran can do some damage them to. I guess Afghanistan I mean one hundred and eighty six miles. Is that really gonNA reach the United States no so they have a No Dong missile as well which is called the heap three while which is the variant of North Korea's. There's no wrong one and this one can hit desire to hit the US oh no it can hit the US base in Korea so they they can do some damage what missiles it'd be a lot of missiles that issue a hell of a lot of missiles that issue so. Delo the threat to us here in the United States now not really but you know thinking of the troops you know think of the guy that's in Iraq and Afghanistan you know the ones wanted are in Japan the ones that are in Korea you know this'll be a whole regional type of war similar to what we have now in Iraq and Afghanistan where they're just like country type of we're but Arabia regional war you have Saudi Arabia and the war you would Jerusalem Israel. Yes they will definitely being a war and you have some African countries. Maybe e Egypt Syria series on Najib Africa but you know what I'm saying you know you have those those countries in this war's well so an all out war for would be an all out war in that region now this could get nasty of say Russia to the side and this Iran and Russia would try to attack the United States mainland staying with China. You know it's like this little biddy. Incident could cause a whole world war three for no reason because of Little Guy Syndrome. That's exactly kind of what it is. Iran wants to be the big dog in the region but they're not they're not and they want to be so bad but who cares about Iran. I mean let's be real here. Iran wants to be on on the world stage so bad that they are just randomly attacking Saudi Arabia for for no reason doesn't make sense it makes no sense at all makes no sense at all but to them it does to dim. It seems as though like they are now bolstering themselves. They're posturing for position. You know and it's like why why are you even doing this. full for what reason the secretive that you continue to try to make the world your little and you can't do it. You don't have the infrastructure structure you do not have the capabilities you do not have the technology is just ridiculous that you even think for a second that you have the manpower weaponry and technology to even face the United States yes you may have come up with a nuclear weapon will be Du Ooh DA. We have a nuke that could pretty much wipe out the entire region. Would one drop as leader of a country. That's the first thing we we think about my people okay. Let's figure out a way so that my people don't feel the devastating effects of what the enemy may do to us another article. I was reading says that the Iranians may have set drop over dime or phone. Call may just start at randomly the attacking buildings or shooting up you know stores or they may have bombs placed somewhere to blow up at the same as simultaneously really no no. I mean we see it in movies. All the time like you know look at face off only beginning of the movie he's planning a bomb out of the hospital and and then you know he it takes them on a chase faceoff. Fix My wife's favorite movies for some reason. I have no idea why she thinks Nicholas cage is a good actor but that's for one of the show we can talk about that all day because Nicholas Cage is not a good actor if you grew any comment in the section below if you don't agree with me comment in the section below hello all right Nicholas Cage. Oh my God only movie was as good as national treasure eight Nicholas Cage over active okay I digress. Iran is a threat but it's not a threat that is so serious that we need to stop focusing on American issues things that are pressing here in America we we shouldn't stop focusing on them because Iran wants to be Dick's in the region. I said it I went there. It looks like North Korea. We shouldn't stop doing doing because North Korea says oh now we have nukes and everybody claps in Kim John Van or whatever he is whatever his name is. He decided that all now. Let's kill my uncle. You know God I don't I don't I I watch a lot of fascinating documentaries on dictators haters over the years. You know Idi Amin hitler-stalin Mao Zedong Kim Jong Son. You know people like that. I watch a lot out of documentaries on it because I like to learn about the facet of that type of person I what drives you to become become such a face for evil. You know like if you if you look up the history of Joseph Stalin okay he had good intentions coming up through the ranks but his political ideology was just warped you know look at my house. Adang same thing coming up through the ranks to become the sole leader of China at the time a become the sole supreme leader of China. You know during that time he he he had great ideas that just didn't come into practice. They weren't practical you know and that's what happens opens with a lot of these dictators they they they are so you know they have such a great brass persona that they can it just changed the minds of the entire continent or country or wherever they are to follow behind him and then when they get to that level they stall they don't know what to do to make the country better you know look at. Hitler Hitler thought taking over the entire European peninsula that it would be wondrous for his people but instead it turned out to be a bad thing you know dragging Agan Italy into his war dragon Japan into his wars turned out to be a terrible thing for those countries because he lost sight of let me just be the old my country to the best that I can so that future generations can live prosperous without homelessness without poverty and like I said in the first segment contribute to the entire planet. It's warped ideologies based on religion or opinion. Whichever one you want to say you know that transforms a country into something that it should not be I was watching a show on. I think it was showtime of Senator. Whatever and it was based on if the Germans if the axis powers had one world war two what the world would be like in America was split in Hab between German side and Japanese hot as a very fascinating alternative history show you know making up stuff as they go but it's very fascinating to see even if you watch the shows like the handmaiden sailed how a you know religious cult took over the United States you know and transformed it into something and that just is Asinine. You know looking at stuff I even newest fictitious not real it gives you a good study on the human mind and how to human humans turn themselves into idiots now say it like that how humans turned themselves into idiots if you have anything to add man you can always email the show at marquee dot. Davis one at G..

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"rans" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"rans" Discussed on DV Radio

"They may not have running water but it may have have a a a a pool of water that they can then use technology to clean filter and drink someone in Iran or someone in North Korea Korea may have the same idea or better idea but they can't get it out because we have idiots that are dictators and these countries who can't see the world for what the world is. We're not just nations of one people okay. We are world of a lot of people yes. I'm an isolationist. I believe that we should focus on America first but when we have that opportunity to make something that can affect the entire world and change it for the better we should I use it. That is my position. You know let's be reasonable here people. Let's be reasonable here right now. Iran is thinking about now themselves which could then turn into a global catastrophe because they do something stupid. We're going to destroy him. Bottom line bottom line. WHO's GONNA COME TO THEIR AID Russia. Maybe not North Korea will kill him to China. China hasn't been a global power until just recently all right. China was to the stomping ground for the British and the Russians and whoever else wanted to just come in and take it over and do whatever they wanted to do that was to stop and go to China and do whatever the hell you WanNa do all right. I know China is the second order probably the number one world old economy now whatever but still we as Americans have a gift that many in the world want some of us. Take that gift for granted. Let me say that again us here in America. We were giving giving a gift. We were given that gift of freedom of the right to choose what we want to do the right to say what we want to say the right to practice what religion we want to practice to right to marry who we want to marry the right to have sex with who we want to have sex with when they're of age okay all you pedal vows out there is when they're of age. Let's get that straight here but in in other countries you don't have that right. You don't have it you know and then when you look at the immigration stands and how we are turning people away that are coming here from countries that are civil civil war. I'm okay with that. Okay and let me tell you why I'm okay with that because first and foremost what our politicians should be doing is vetting these people okay. We don't know WHO's coming in and out of the country if we're just allowing everyone to come in and if we allow everyone to come into the country then we can have another nine eleven happened right under our nose. You know a major attack if we don't know who's coming in and out and in the next segment I wanNA talk about how Iran could wage total the war against the United States and our allies if it ever came to that but right now I just let's. Let's just you know reset here because when we allow people into the country that we do not know who's in here crazy stuff could potentially happen so you know I know we've been seeing images of the camps and the stuff that's going on down at the border but in the end is for degraded good. I mean I I hate to say it that way but in the end Gal it is for the greater good because when you like I said before allow just any one to just come into the country then they can do what they want to do. In that right there would be a travesty. Let's look at other countries around the world. let's look at Iran Iran for instance you know I'm I'm pretty sure people can't just come walking in and out of that country no and why because they are afraid that somebody might infiltrate Drayton attacking nine. That's the truth you know and US here in America. We've been through that in two thousand and one and we should understand. You're I understand that yeah. They came here. Fake visas and you know all this other stuff and but still we can't allow it to happen again now with the Iran and Saudi Arabia issue. We need to focus on how we can stop an all out war from occurring whether it be diplomatically a whether just be like we did Iraq and you start bombing the hell out of them because then they won't be able to do an all out war we'll be the one doing the war uh-huh oh man all right so after this commercial break we're GonNa talk about how Iran could actually you know causing all a lot war and how they could fight us all read an interesting article. I'm reading some snippets from that as.

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"rans" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"rans" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I this is America in the morning. I'm John trout. The United States made preparations for a military strike against Iran last night, in retaliation for the downing of US surveillance drone, but the operation was abruptly called off with just hours to go that, according to a US official and the New York Times congress is attempting to cool things down following a rans latest provocation correspondent, Linda Kenyon has the latest itching for a fight their gateway, South Carolina, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham responding to the news that Iran shot down a US draw near the Persian Gulf. Here's what needs to get ready for severe pain. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says let cooler heads, prevail. Let's make sure that we don't have a beating the drum for something without the clarity of the facts involved. But Pelosi says it should not have been hard to foresee something like this would happen after the US unilaterally pulled out of the Iran, nuclear deal when we walked away from that we lost some credibility with our. Allies, ever we go. We have to recognize that working together with our allies is very, very important. And that we cannot throw a weight around. But, you know, we have to do this together. Hawaii democrat maisy Hirono agrees. I think the president summarily pulled out of the way and then pretty much stopped Iran from selling oil, I think that we should certainly have predicted that Iran would respond in some way. And so they have President Trump has said the incident may have been a mistake on the part of the Iranians what Israel is that tensions are heightened in a situation like that. There is all kinds of room for miscalculation. It was more like a provocation of the president says Senator Graham, they are testing them. They need to do so at their own peril. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says he's concerned about Trump's response to that test. The president may not intend to go to war here, but we're worried that he and the administration may bumble. Into a war. Why he says congress must get involved, one of the best ways to avoid bumbling into war award, that nobody wants to have a robust open debate. And for congress to have a real, say, Senate Democrats are clamoring for a vote as part of the national defense authorization act that would require congressional approval of any funding for conflict in Iran Representative, Andy Levin says House Democrats are United as well if the president wants to start a war with Iran. He'd have to come to us, the article one body and asked for permission for that. Morning from Senator Graham in response to this latest provocation, if they get away with this God help us with North Korea and throughout the world. Kenyon, Washington twenty before the hour going deeper into you Saran tensions jimbohannon joined by Aaron. David Miller is a distinguished fellow at the Wilson international center for scholars the former State Department advisor at Middle East the gauche eater, and author of the end of greatness, your take on the conflicting claims made by the US Andy Ron regarding the downing of that US drone. Reasonable conclusions looking at the fact that. State actor in the region that have the intention in that capacity. Tankers as well as track. I would argue that I think whatever you can save every evidence they present. I'd go ascend calm in the Pentagon. This one, I'm sure we were not into running airspace. I think they've been tracking his grown drones like it for for weeks. And I think this was provocative in clearly willful. I found it interesting that the president bothered to say what he said that he doubts. It was deliberate that it was probably a mistake by some general, at frankly, caused me to wonder if the president might have inadvertently revealed some of our intelligence capabilities, may be for a fact, we know that, that that was such a problem. Maybe we, we heard over what the Iranians thought was in cryptic. Channels some higher up chewing out, somebody to lower level for shooting. The missile add just found his comments interesting, although I gather they did have the effect of calming the, the stock markets. I thought about that at the time whether or not we actually had some chatter indicating that. This was not an authorized operation. I think that the running system is not as dysfunctional that particularly under very stressful circumstances. Wanted to send a clear message. And it it's clear. They wanted to do it initially, but not attacking American targets. They could have planted these limpet mines below the waterline and caused massive damage. These tankers, most of them were planted above the waterline. Japanese region own vessels. The drone. Tick tock indicated that Iranian towards sure, whether it was Mandarin man, I think they knew exactly what they were doing. And I suspect as part of their own quote unquote maximum pressure campaign. We'll see where it goes from here. Now, it would seem that the United States has a lot of options before it. There's no ver- example. No, the sesame of, of a single boot on the ground anywhere that just with the forces with the ABRAHAM LINCOLN carrier group that we could respond to the extent that we chose to take out the, the base from which the missile was launched a few airbases naval bases. Whatever we chose to it doesn't strike me, as either a potential quagmire or an area of limited options, that seems to be the options, including of course, doing nothing. The options are virtually limitless, bay are real question is trying to figure out what is the purpose of, of retaliation. I mean there has to be a strike. The question is, what is its purpose? Is it to punish to deter or is it ask and function here once the administration, and I hope it will think through implications and consequences. It will find a way to respond and may not be known by the way. There's an enormous range and flexibility of options, I think, however, that if you look at Mr. Trump's behavior, when it comes to projection of American military. Proportionate and very risk averse. I made the point that he's in cyberspace as risk versus predecessor common mistake. How did you describe it a loose fool or or something of that nature? Yeah. I mean basically again. He understands the limitations of American power problems of moving into a situation like this would which could be an open ended conflict, which, I don't think he distinguished fellow era. David Miller from the Woodrow Wilson international center for scholars. He's author of the end of greatness, sixteen till coming up, a.

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"rans" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"rans" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Rans Romans countrymen, lend me is why because it's that time of the week for update from the People's Republic, and nine eight seven six five four three two one. Yes, indeed. It's that time when only a million truly comprehend, what is going on in California. But there's somebody who will guide us through the insanity and that person is radio warrior, Princess. Jennifer whole. She is the person who gives us the truth about what is going on every week. The host of the morning on and the Jenin Don show on AM five ninety eight seventy the onset Kate are Jennifer, welcome to America fest. It's good to be back with you after big weekend fun with William Shatner wrote. So this is what I wanted to ask. You is it true. Can you confirm for audience across the nation that you and I and your father got to meet, captain Kirk this week. Absolutely confirm it. And we have we, we have photographic proof. Right. We've got pictures. We have many pictures, we think I'd never taken so many pictures in my life at one event, except my wedding. It was it was a truly. When when you said to me, what was it six months ago, year ago, we ride the Reagan library. Like last October. And when I heard that you were a Star Trek fan, I said you have to come to this event known of what you said, was you need to meet my buddy, William Shatner that, that's how you say, maybe I did say that the man who tweets drinking. You can go to Jennifer Hoon's time line at Jennifer who who tweets happy birthday to Jennifer on her birthday. I know that was a pretty big deal makes you feel special. When captain Kirk knows who you are makes you feel pretty special does it does. Listen share with, because it's such an incredibly important 'cause share with us for those who haven't heard what this event is this Hollywood horsh show that William Shatner and his is darling wife, Liz, hold every year. What, what is the purpose of the show? William shatter billon. Liz shattner are big fans of horses, and equi- therapy, essentially, they realized the, the effects in the positive impact that horses can really have on not just kids, but adults as well. And so because they love horses, and they still ride it Bill out there writing I age of two different reports is that somebody said eighty six eight when he walked out into the Rena. He was sprightly wasn't. He jennifer. He. He looks fantastic. And one thing that people don't know about Bill and you're right. He is eight I told you eighty six because I thought, that's what he was. But he's eight and he looks fantastic. And he has his work ethic. He is a lot like USA, but I think a lot like me when you're doing something that you love, you wanna keep doing it, because it keeps you by Brent and that is absolutely Bill. Shatter, he writes horses. He writes, motorcycles he keeps in great shape. And so he loves horses. And so he founded this charity horse show that he's been doing for a couple of decades now where he raises money to help vets and to help young kids who can use this type of therapy to get past something in their life. Whether it might be autism for a young child or whether it might be post traumatic stress for military that returning home. They showcase how well does there. He works during the horse show, and then at the dinner after the show, they have people come in and tell their. Sorry, and I almost felt like I was Kyrie. I'd a little bit listening to this incredible. Man talk about his story about coming back from for more coming back from Iraq and, and telling his story about how he needed that extra help to get back to his life. And this is what did it for him and let let's be clear. This is this is a massive hulk of a man standing that cowboy boots instead and hat full marine multiple tools in combat. And he uses this line and they made people stop for a second. He said and I know what gun oil tastes like that's right. And then people people thought, oh, oh, this is serious. And he said it was echoing therapy. It was hanging out with wholesome through these charities that helped him. Get closure helped him deal with his post traumatic stress disorder. And now he he wants to be one of these. Counsellors it helps his fellow veterans. And then and then we have the most fantastic time this bidding will, please. With with the list that we were bidding on kinds of things. I I've bid on a years worth of how much it costs to, to keep a whole for veteran that does this, but tell you what, Jennifer, I was surprised William Shatner sense of humor. He he walks. He's on the edge. He's a funny guy. He is very funny guy. He's very cheeky. And he's so funny during this this auction because he wants his spotters, he's got these spotters them to, to get that paperwork. He wants to bring in those donations. And sometimes they're even too slow for for bills. He'll get that one get that when he'll be pointing and point to them, go get the money, exactly. Every single day. Keep trying and he fully recovered from stage four colon cancer. And so just the whole night, it makes you feel very uplifted hopeful that despite how we can get involved in so much division. There's still so much good out there. And it was fun to celebrate it and Bill Shatner and Liz, they are fantastic host to tip Acilitator everything. It's such a it's a wonderful cause. And when she says, celebrate Jennifer who means southern bright. I, I did not I was sitting next to this lady, and as we are listening to wait, you could have real good Yippee out there. I don't know if you're a square down. So something new shouting, your approval of the. Well, you know, here's the thing. I grew up with Hayes, and I really loved it. You have to give them a few yells, because it was allowed in there yet to make sure you knew he was appreciated..

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"rans" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"rans" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The move is the result of the FTC. The department of Justice, the US government's leading anti-trust enforcement agencies quietly divvying up competition, oversight of two of the country's top tech companies, the other, of course being Google. They are watching them closely Israel carried out airstrikes in Syria on Sunday at response to rare rocket fire from its neighboring country ordering to its military with a war monitor reporting that ten soldiers from Syria were killed and some other foreign fighters. Hezbollah's chief is warning that a war in the Gulf against Iran could engulf the region. Meanwhile, just weeks after secretary of state, Mike Pompeo announced over nude pressure campaign, targeting rans, energy sector, America's top diplomat said the Trump administration is willing to talk with Iran with no preconditions, but he added that the sanctions that have crippled Iran's economy will remain in effect. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia continues having issue. With iran. Could there be a talk of war? Let's check in with Dr Jerome Corsi, author of atomic around, Jerry. What do you think of the prospects of Saudi Arabia going to war with Iran? I think they're increasing George because Saudi Arabia right now is trying to put together a coalition of Gulf states to oppose Iran. And really the, the conflict in the in the whole Gulf region is between the Shiites in Iran, and the Sudanese in Saudi Arabia as badly as ran hates Israel. They hate Saudi Arabia just about, as bad can Saudi Arabia beat Orion without US help, probably not George. I think that's really the key issue. And right now, the Trump administration's trying to go the route of sanctions to really economically punish Iran for again engaging in nuclear. Weapons at Iran has ramped up his nuclear program once again, with centrifuges producing highly wrench, Iranian now, that the agreement that secretary Kerry, it negotiated under. The Obama administration has been cancelled by the Trump administration engines in the region. I think George are at this point increasing there at the highest level they've been longtime jury. Yes, that's correct. And the likelihood of a war, or an incident provoking a war right now, is, is it's been years. Keep in touch with Dr Jerome Corsi. If North Korea's leader Kim Jon on his Accu cute at a top official over his handling of nuclear toxin Hanoi, the US top North Korean diplomats says he has not gotten word. Let's check in with Charles r Smith. Our expert on such matters Charles what do you think about this situation? Did Kim really killed the sky apparently not because he has already appeared in the press. Yes. So they say. Yeah. Well, he may have been kind of demoted because he was ranked in out of twelve appearing at a recent conference. But for all practical purposes, maybe lost a little bit of shine. But at this point he's still alive. He's still breathing eating appear to have any older than him. What do you think gonna happen between North Korea? And I mean tensions are still there, what's going to happen? More of the same. We'll have a couple of hats, we've seen them shoot. A couple of very short range, ballistic missiles, we've engaged in some conversations with the South Koreans about purchasing more f thirty five thirty taking possession of some so just expect to see, like I said, more of the same, you know, we're going to see Kim looking to get a check out of this and young and our guys looking to get assurances he's not going to do anything. Crazy, Charles websites, soft war dot net drivers in the loan state of Texas or about to be seen less read than Texas governor Greg Abbott is announced that he has signed legislation that bans red light cameras across the state. The house Bill thirteen sixty one are authored by a Republican save Representative.

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Mason & Ireland

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"rans" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Alright on one side of the coin Mamo rans gone right back to the Super Bowl next year. Other side of the coin we've gotta wait until they're in the new stadium in twenty twenty follow it in the air. I believe they're going back and might happen next year. Yeah. Excellent. I was going to say. I've done that one. Like that corn flip like five times. So I didn't do. Okay. I'm gonna start off with this one. One of the biggest commercials of the Super Bowl was the Bud Light. We don't brew beer with corn syrup three questions from this one. Did you know that beer was brewed with corn syrup? Do you care? And do you think it's funny that the national corn Growers Association? Reprimanded Bud Light afterwards. Saying Bud Light. We are disappointed in you. Our office is right down the road. We would love to discuss this with you the many benefits of corn. What let me tell you. Something corn syrup is like the worst thing possible for you. If you want to know why America is fat in. There's like fifty percent of us who now rank on the obesity skates. And I may be on my way it's corn syrup. And so the fact that other beers use corn syrup. I think is significant. I think it's it reminds me of when. Burger King accused McDonald's of not using fresh beef. Or maybe that was Wendy's. Did that McDonald's reacted by by coming up with fresh beef?.

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News Radio 1190 KEX

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"rans" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Have their way rans thirty five New England twenty four take it's gonna take defense shut down Brady shut down the go. This is our time. This is our house ram goat is an acronym for greatest of all time. If you didn't know in the house, well, it's actually where the Atlanta Falcons, usually play Mercedes Benz stadium, insecurity is about as tight as it can get the calls continue for Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam to step down a rally Gatien's of racist behavior and his past the governor says he's older and wiser and he has no plans to resign. The search continues in Texas for an m a fighter who's accused of at least three murders. A measles outbreak in Washington state continues to grow in his health officials attention, they say there are at least forty confirmed cases. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Dow traffic inbound sunset looks like we have a collision just before the tunnel blocking the white lane. Traffic is backed up from the zoo to the scene by private looks good from Portland both northbound and southbound I eighty four trapped with good along with five traffic. No, nothing to slow you down there. I'm Jay Phillips traffic. Now. Ketu weather brought to you by standard TV and appliance majority of us will see scattered shower for the early morning hours will look for a few more into the afternoon. Some of that starting to change over to snow as colder air filters through the coast range, the Willoughby hills, maybe parts of southwest Washington in the higher elevations late this afternoon, but most of us won't see any snowflakes until late tonight.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"rans" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And rans in Atlanta with a six thirty kickoff Virginia governor Ralph north as being pressure from both sides of the aisle to step down over a racist yearbook photo scandal, but he's refusing to throw in the towel. Venezuela's opposition leader is now calling on the military to abandon president Madero. Norman Rockwell's museum and Stockbridge in western mouth is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary with a series of exhibitions, exploring Rockwell's art legacy and life, February cancer prevention month, and that has a folks of the American Institute for cancer research, working hard to get their message out. Alex bender is the director of nutrition programs at the institute. Year over one point seven million people are going to be diagnosed with cancer and our estimates. Are that around forty percent of these cases could be prevented? She also says around seven hundred thousand cases of cancer could likely be prevented each year, some suggestions that she's offering and how to reduce your risk of developing cancer include staying physically active, which can be summed up. She says as walking much more. And sitting a lot less also limiting alcohol and sticking to a healthy diet in order to maintain a healthy weight at all times are also key recommendations, Washington state measles outbreak continues to grow with a number of confirmed cases now at forty three officials are still awaiting blood test results on over a dozen other possible cases, they're also confirming that one of the known cases involves a person who had one dose of the m m vaccine, but not the second. The majority of the cases involved children under the age of ten well during. The Super Bowl. It's usually just about as much fun to watch the commercials as it is to watch the game itself. So the million dollar question will the whole true this year? ABC's pea comb says that the buzz around the Super Bowl fifty three tonight is that a lot of the commercials will be part of a bigger picture spending five million dollars for a Super Bowl ad. You're going to want to showcase that's danika combos thinking, she CEO of the Atlanta based everywhere agency packing all the time. She into that, thirty seconds. Culpable says more companies are incorporating those Super Bowl spots into a campaign that runs on TV online and even on stage..

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KQED Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"rans" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Who's on assignment in the Senate yesterday to attempts to reopen the government failed one included funding for the president's border. While the other did not end today. Eight hundred thousand federal workers will miss their second paycheck since the partial government shutdown began thirty five days ago now no paycheck means more than just workers not getting their salary. It also means they will miss all those automatic can contributions made on their behalf by their employer. The government things like health insurance premiums, and that is that is creating some problems. Marketplace's Marielle cigar talked to some workers Mandy rans law would like to go to a doctor appointment next month. But she's a federal worker, and she's not sure she'll be able to keep her vision insurance the government deduct premiums from her paycheck that is when she gets one but during a shutdown after three missed paychecks. She has to pay the insurance company directly or lose her coverage. I guess it would depend on how much cost. I mean. Right now, my focus is really just paying my rent. So I don't get addicted something else that happens during a shutdown workers are not contributing to their flexible spending accounts, and they can't get reimbursed for medical costs. That was an issue for Heather nod ler who also works for the federal government. I had the flu and pneumonia. And so I had to pay for like the doctor and the prescriptions and the chest x rays and all that stuff out of pocket. One thing federal workers are keeping during the shutdown. Even though they're not paying the premiums their basic health insurance. I'm maryelle Sagarra for marketplace. Now as we've talked about before there's a lot of data that's not being produced during the shut partial shutdown of the federal government. So you've got your factory orders construction spending retail sales inflation the list goes on and just today. We won't be getting housing starts, nor will we receive data around durable goods like cars, home appliances and manufacturing equipment. Why do we care about durable goods? Here's marketplace's Erica barrels investors. Make some key decisions based on a durable goods report. If those orders are up that's a sign manufacturers are optimistic about future demand that drives wear investors put their money. But if the data shows a dip in purchases that suggests uncertainty in the economy and makes investors pullback on investing in this case where there is no data most likely they'll stall investment until I report is out. But one consequence down the line that may mean slowing of economic growth leading to job loss. Marketplace's air embarrassed. We're telling the story of missing government economic data across our platforms today. So to hear more. Checkout. Marketplace dot org and tune into marketplace later today, let's do the numbers..

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Mason & Ireland

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"rans" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Rams chiefs. Correct. And then the longest shot is Rams patriot. Which is the one I would love to rans patriots is a fun game. Right. Yeah. We're the patriots doing it. I mean, they have basically Tom Brady and a bunch of guys at this point. They here's the funny thing about the patriots this year at home during the regular season. Yep. Eight note on the road three and five well, and they're going on the road. And remember the last time they played the chiefs. What what's fascinating about this? These two NFC and AFC championship games is that these are rematches of spectacular sheds right during the regular season the patriots and chiefs met in Foxborough and the patriots won forty three to forty think that was on a Sunday night. Then the the Rams and saints played on a Sunday. I believe it was week ten forty five thirty five in a game. That was weird. The saints jumped out to a huge first half lead. I think it was did ever was it ever thirty five ten or was it just thirty five seventeen thirty. It may have been thirty five ten thirty five seventeen at halftime. And then the Rams came back to tied at thirty five. Yeah. And then the saints scored the last ten points kinda like this this championship game this weekend. If you noticed the eagles scored the first fourteen Ryan the saints scored the last twenty. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And I'll tell you this the the saints do not look like the in the invincible wrecking ball that they did, you know at the three quarters point of the season when they were just scoring like crazy. They've been they've been all together ordinary offensively, and they were in that game against Philly and had Al Sean Jeffrey made. Catch. We might be talking about a Rams home game on Sunday. Yeah. And you know, it's kind of funny that I'll shine Jeffrey came out earlier this season and said he has the best hands fall. And and that Paul went right through. Yes, hands. You gotta get the eagles coaches a little credit. They were ready for whatever this gonna throw out, and you know to show you how game can turn on a dime. The eagles were dominating that game and came up with a big third down stop and it was fourth into. And there was a penalty on the saints. It was a five year penalty that would've made it four fourth and seven the eagles declined it because they wanted to get the ball back. The saints ran a fake punt and worked and from there. They went down. There was generally a lot of aggressiveness amongst the coaches that played this weekend. There was a lot of going forward on fourth down. We saw a couple of fakes. I mean guys were they were all in. I still will will go back. And I I wanna bring up with McVeigh when he comes on this week. I still don't understand it. When I'm glad at work. I still don't understand going for that touchdown late in the fourth quarter. When a field goal would have made it a two possession game. Can you explain that? Yeah. Because I think that they were on the one right or the to around the one and it was fourth. And I I I'm not so sure I disagree with you. But let me take the other side. Explain it. Five six minutes left at that point. Maybe. Yeah. About five minutes. This is the fourth quarter. Yeah. All right. I think it would what went through McVeigh's head was. Okay. If we kicked the field goal, we go up eleven, but we we give them the ball. Right. And if we score a touchdown. We go up what fifteen. Yup. And I think what he did was he weighed the what happens if we don't do this. So in other words, if let's say didn't make let's see C, J Anderson would've got stuffed. Yes. And keep in mind. I think we've played into this too. Is that the Rams were averaging five or six yards a carry on the day? They were just killing them on the ground. So I think he was pretty confident it's going to get two yards. So let's say they didn't make the Cowboys would still have to go ninety nine yards and make the two point conversion in order for the Rams to just be tied. If you if you score a touchdown there you pretty. Mitch delivered the knockout..

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Mason & Ireland

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"rans" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Rams chiefs. Correct. And then the longest shot is Rams patriot. Which is the one I would love to rans patriots is a fun game. Right. Yeah. We're the patriots doing it. I mean, they have basically Tom Brady and a bunch of guys at this point. They here's the funny thing about the patriots this year at home during the regular season. Yep. Eight note on the road three and five well, and they're going on the road. And remember the last time they played the chiefs. What what's fascinating about this? These two NFC and AFC championship games is that these are rematches of spectacular sheds right during the regular season the patriots and chiefs met in Foxborough and the patriots won forty three to forty think that was on a Sunday night. Then the the Rams and saints played on a Sunday. I believe it was week ten forty five thirty five in a game. That was weird. The saints jumped out to a huge first half lead. I think it was did ever was it ever thirty five ten or was it just thirty five seventeen thirty. It may have been thirty five ten thirty five seventeen at halftime. And then the Rams came back to tied at thirty five. Yeah. And then the saints scored the last ten points like this this championship game this weekend. If you noticed the eagles scored the first fourteen Ryan the saints scored the last twenty. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And I'll tell you this the the saints do not look like the in the invincible wrecking ball that they did, you know at the three quarters point of the season when they were just scoring like crazy. They've been they've been all together ordinary offensively, and they were in that game against Philly and had Al Sean Jeffrey made. That catch. We might be talking about a Rams home game on Sunday. Yeah. And you know, it's kind of funny that I'll shine Jeffrey came out earlier this season and said he has the best hands fall. And and that Paul went right through. Yes, hands. You gotta get the eagles coaches a little credit. They were ready for whatever this gonna throw out, and you know to show you how game can turn on a dime. The eagles were dominating that game and came up with a big third down stop and it was fourth into. And there was a penalty on the saints. It was a five year penalty that would've made it th and seven the eagles declined it because they wanted to get the ball back. The saints ran a fake punt and worked and from there. They went down. There was generally a lot of aggressiveness amongst the coaches that played this weekend. There was a lot of going forward on fourth down. We saw a couple of fakes. I mean guys were they were all in. I still will will go back. And I I wanna bring up with McVeigh when he comes on this week. I still don't understand it. When I'm glad at work. I still don't understand going for that touchdown late in the fourth quarter. When a field goal would have made it a two possession game. Can you explain that? Yeah. Because I think that they were on the one right or the to around the one and it was fourth. And I I I'm not so sure I disagree with you. But let me take the other side. Explain it. Five six minutes left at that point. Maybe. Yeah. About five minutes. This is the fourth quarter. Yeah. All right. I think it would what went through McVeigh's head was. Okay. If we kicked the field goal, we go up eleven, but we we give them the ball. Right. And if we score a touchdown. We go up what fifteen. Yup. And I think what he did was he weighed the what happens if we don't do this. So in other words, if let's say didn't make let's see C, J Anderson would've got stuffed. Yes. And keep in mind. I think we've played into this too. Is that the Rams were averaging five or six yards a carry on the day? They were just killing them on the ground. So I think he was pretty confident it's going to get two yards. So let's say they didn't make the Cowboys would still have to go ninety nine yards and make the two point conversion in order for the Rams to just be tied. If you if you score a touchdown there you pretty. Mitch delivered the knockout..

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Around the Horn

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"rans" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Five touchdowns. Carson Wentz was the future quarterback for Phil. So you heard this as a good by basically from Doug Peterson calls. You heard it as a good buck goodbye. And here's a nice parting gift it's that refrigerator over there and door number three. Okay. Everything else from the weekend in playoffs was part of the it wasn't really that close weekend. You wanna start with the patriots rans chiefs? Let's start with the patriots. And chief since the match now greatest chick Belgium ever pulled convincing the world bet against them vintage surgery from New England and for Casey how about the defense coming together. And how about the dominated a game without homes throwing a touchdown pets break will start with you who's looked better this weekend. Well, you mentioned the chiefs defense and all we have heard was at Andrew luck. And that running game was going to tear them apart. And then Mahomes first time out I thought he was very good. But come on the patriots of the team that everybody wants to write off you give Bill Belichick Tom Brady a week off. What do they do? They win that home playoff game. And they blew out a very good charges team. That performance was extremely moment. Well, and I said beforehand that nobody needed the bye week more than New England Patriots. Because I don't care what. The patriots say Tom Brady was nicked up that knee was bothering he had two weeks to look how strong looked in this game. And let me tell you something else. The first three touchdown scored by the New England Patriots first career postseason touchdown in all three cases to by Sony. Michelle one by Philip door set. So we're gonna talk a lot about Brady and element. But there were other guys stepped up for the pages most notably that defensive and offense of line. They looked dominant who brushed your more. Yeah. The patriots play the most complete game of the weekend. Brady was clinical Bill. Check was masterful. But they want as Jackie said at the line of scrimmage on both sides trying to pass rush is good Tom Brady could've taken a nap back there. I wanted to take a nap during most of the game. But he really could meanwhile on the other side of the ball that patriots pass rush, which has not been spectacular. They pressure. Philip rivers on seventy percent of his drawbacks in the first half. They made his life miserable. They were the more physical team to the weeds here. But it was almost like what made the chargers so successful last week the convert three against against Baltimore was the exact opposite. This we like that is the right defense. Look at all the phases. Vicky. I just don't how you're going to roll out the same defense against Lamar Jackson against Tom Brady really zone that people. Give me. Apart as well. You course, I'm sorry. The patriots winning a home divisional round playoff game is shocking to everybody because we want to them off. They had a three game winning streak earlier this year against the chiefs colts and bears. That was pretty darn impressive. Okay. And this team when it's healthy. The offense is always good against playoff teams alone this year, including that chargers when they're averaging thirty seven plus points. So surprising that chiefs defense looking the way it did against Andrew look and that offense that have been rolling. I'm pretty sure a lot of people watching the coach Rana rolling run through Patrick Mahomes. And those guys that chiefs defense was spectacular. And that was the most surprising part? Let me ask you this..

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"rans" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"rans" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ran Marshall shock Akon is opened the one hundred thirty rose parade with a rendition of her hit. I feel for you hundreds of people lined up overnight along Colorado boulevard to preserve the front row seats this first timer from San Diego who visited with a group of eleven says, he's been planning for three months. It took a full truck and an SUV and a half of the van to bring all of the supplies out. Here afloat toward the end of the parade broke down and caught fire leading to an abrupt ending of the event at the start of the routes. The flout took along afloat rather took a long time to get towed out because the hitch on the tow truck broke, many people may have thought the parade was over. So they bailed a man has been arrested for a double fatal crash on the twenty two in garden grove a woman. Edited nine year old girl were killed in the car pile up. Police have arrested a ban for drunk driving and gross vehicular manslaughter. Investigators say the man was speeding in the carpool lane near valley view street early this morning, he rear ended a car and a truck. That truck flipped on its side and was hit by another car. This suspected drunk driver was not hurt. He's been booked at the Orange County jail. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news teenager. Enjoy in Georgia showing off a gun has taken his own life after accidentally killing his friend, Gwinnett county. Police department says the fifteen year old was in a shed showing off the gun to some friends yesterday. When the weapon went off and struck a seventeen year old the teams took off and called nine one one. But police say the shooter later shot and killed himself before they can question him, one of the largest unions representing federal workers is working on a lawsuit over the shutdown around four hundred thousand government workers are required to work without pay until congress and the president reached a deal to end the partial shutdown Democrats who take over the house Thursday are pushing to plan to reopen the government without a dollar more for a border wall. President Trump told Fox News a wall is essential. We are not giving up we have to have border security and the wall is a big part of border security. The biggest part they set down. Began on December, twenty seconds. Season. Three of the hit Netflix show stranger. Things is dropping fourth of July appropriately the setting for the new season is independence day nineteen eighty five traffic.

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