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"robert gonzales" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"New questions about how many people are willing to work following Friday's slowing jobs report, a veces Mary Alice Parks has more Republican governors and the U. S Chamber of Commerce, arguing specifically that the additional $300 a week in federal unemployment benefits. The Democrats put in place through September are keeping people from seeking work. So far, Democrats have completely blocked at this idea. They say they're just isn't data to back that up that millions of Americans are out there looking for work. Meanwhile, covert cases air dropping in the U. S. But health officials say it's still a threat. While Florida still has the highest caseload of variants, the state's data showing that post spring break the numbers skyrocketed from 752 almost 10,000. And protests continue in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, after a curfew has been lifted demonstrators calling for more transparency in the investigation on the death of Andrew Brown Jr. Who was fatally shot by sheriff's deputies. This is ABC News. Walter Wallace Jr was killed in his Philadelphia home last October, shot 10 Times by the police while experiencing a mental health crisis, his family and experts say proper training could have prevented his death. A B C's juju. Chang has more Walter's family had called 911 for help. Officers encountering water holding the night Walter struggled with bipolar disorder, Robert Gonzales suspend his career helping change training techniques that the NYPD After Eric Garner's death, Gonzales says the problem began at the 911 call. It was the 911 dispatch and my opinion who failed to act the right questions so that the police office can be armed on how to deal with this particular situation. Some reports have shown people with untreated mental illness are 16 times more likely to be killed during a police and Owner. Philadelphia's police commissioner has moved to equip officers with stun guns and training on mental health. And for the first time in history, California has seen the number of residents decrease. Beauty. Han ABC News Mother's Day is this weekend. My mom loves a great filet mignon and scalloped potatoes, and I think I'll make her something special this weekend. Send your mom exactly what she craves this.
"robert gonzales" Discussed on KTRH
"Say his name another night of demonstrations in Elizabeth City, North Carolina over the police shooting of Andrew Brown, now four deputies were suspended afterwards. Last week. They've now been reinstated after investigators found that they didn't fire their guns. Three others who did will remain on leave, according to the county sheriff there, Tommy Wooten. Socialism, staring us right in the face coming right out of the president's mouth during his little speech there, and a ton of you have voters remorse now. Ah, lot of you're concerned about America's future. And here's Ktrh is Jeff Biggs. Yeah, sure, from the election to the runoff. So now the radical agenda it's looked bleak at times, but there is a reminder America's not dead. Yet America is not dead. I love American people are looking on the horizontal first. Instead of looking on the vertical the only way that we can get back to what we call the founding foundation of this country. We have to depend on God first, and this government was based on a new deal of Christian principles. That's political analyst Robert Gonzales, who also told Katie Race it's going to be up to conservatives to lead the way. We all have a horse in this race, So let's get in here and let's work together. Two wrongs don't make a right. It's a constant battle. We instead of pointing at each other, we need to point out our souls person say, How can I make this better? And how can I work with that other person to make this better? And you won't find a better example than what we saw The other night Wouldn't with Senator Tim Scott. All right. Thanks a lot. Jeff. Are you concerned about this country's future? That's our question for you today. Katie Ray shot combo to the Houston morning news page. Take her pole. It's now 505, the head of the Border Patrol is fighting back on the Baiji administration, changing of languages. Official terms in Border policing Chief Rodney Scott says that he's unable to comply with this request to stop using official terms like Illegal alien. Former President Donald Trump told Fox Business, meantime, that he's disappointed in Biden's speech to Congress Wednesday night. He didn't discuss the border and the fact that tens of thousands of people are pouring into our country, many of them criminals, many of them people from jails, many of them doing acts that you don't even want to know about. 37 days now since Kamila Harris was named the borders are, she hasn't held a news conference to address it. We've been warning you for months. It's 506 now about vaccine passports. Texas Governor Greg Abbott doubles down, He's gonna fight against them. If the feds try to make them reality. No one can be required to take the vaccine..
"robert gonzales" Discussed on WGN Radio
"On dial number 24 on the R B charts 35 on the pop charts. It was 55 years ago today that Joe was on where the action is singing his first number one song on the R B charts. Hold What? You got Your first recorded in 1955 King after winning a talent contest at the Apollo. Thought it was a decade later in Nashville that he started having hits back Buddy killing produced them. Three published them, and for over a decade, they were on the dial label with the same session players who did Tammy Wynette and Bill Anderson and everybody else and did a fine job on Joe Tex 8888765593 will get ahead in Pennsylvania Graham in New Jersey. There's room for you as well. And, yes, police searching for armed, unmasked man. It was bound to happen. We were going to see this headline eventually. Well, in this case, a mask list man walked into Roscoe's house of Chicken and waffles in Pasadena. That's right. That was yesterday evening. In fact, when employees said the trouble began, the man was seen in security footage wearing a dark blue shirt. He was first asked by the cashier to put on a face covering as required by local health orders, he said. Why don't you come over here and tell me to my face? And he told them again. Just put a mask on this timer was the cook Robert Gonzales, who said it Well, that's when the guy got mad and pulled out a gun. Then went back toward the kitchen. We're gonna solve this was cooking. The man pointed the gun directly at him and demanded that Gonzalez put all of the chicken into the bag. When asked for clarification about whether the armed men meant money or food, Gonzales said. They ain't got no money in the kitchen. I'm on food. Well, there was plenty of chicken, but there was no bag. So the man grabbed a couple of take out orders that had already been prepared while the employees ran out of the back of the building, So I understand our chicken is good, but I mean, that's some expensive chicken. He's got there. It was just pretty stupid and crazy at the same time. None of the employees were harmed. The suspect is described as being in his mid thirties, roughly 6 ft. One tall with a thin mill build. He fled the scene and dark colored four nor sedan and no mask. So it was gonna happen is gonna be the massless burglar. So there you go. There you have it. Yeah. Roscoe's is pretty good. Actually on. Lee used to be in South Central. They were deep in the hood. They're just wonderful. The next thing I know, I guess it was the seventies and the eighties, They opened a Hollywood location of man. They're going big time. There's not good, and now they're in a number of places and in fact Places all over the country have their own houses of chicken and waffles now, and it is a good combination, but I think Roscoe's Roscoe's was the first. Now all of a sudden, my magic twang. Her is not not twanging, and I don't know why. I know this is this is a problem because this is how I pick up the call, so Oh, there we go, Okay? Just a beating and into submission seemed to work in that will get us Ed in Pennsylvania. Welcome to WGN radio. Rollie head. Last night. You were talking a little bit about cats, and I gotta catch story for you. I thought you might enjoy it. I used to have this cat. I had him. If you can believe this for 23 years, Wow, and this guy's name was shoulders. It's a different story for different times. But anyway, buddy of mine under gas station, and he asked me to go across the street and cash his check form. No. I go into the bank. And of course, the lady said, Do you have any kind here? This is no. This is for the mobile across the street. If you have an account, I can't cash it. It is. If you look at the window, the gas station's right there, you know, across the street. You don't have it. I can't cash this So I told her I should call him up. Your mama found, you know, so she does. So she's looking at me. She's like I want me up and dying, You know, like they might be describing me. He's like, Yeah, Yeah, okay. And then she says to me what your cat's name. Said shoulders Okay, It's him and she cashed the check. Oh, my cat. I can't get to check cash. How do you believe it? You know, usually now they have those challenge questions on all the online sites, and I got to admit I've always see things like your grandmother's maiden name or your grandfather's middle name. I have yet to see First Cat's name. That's great. I thought when I got back to the gas, it is the guy that was stalking her laugh and he goes. Yeah, She's asking me all these questions, and I told her you got a cat named shoulders then so that's what God that's hilarious. Well, good for shoulders. May he rest in peace. Amen to that They're gonna judge for you real quick. You got time. Absolutely. How many Jewish grandmothers does it take to screw in light bulb? I'll just sit in the dark, You know, Uh, look, I I I was on Miami Beach for years. I know him all. Yeah. None right sitter in the dog. Yeah. Okay. Right now, all I got for you, Thanks for coming. Appreciate exactly. I used to love these comedians who would have all these different different routines and, yeah, the Heaven and Hell one. Maybe some night. I'll tell that you have to worry, and that's that's the end of that. You just won't have to worry. All right. So 8888765593 takes us to Dennis from Elgin. Welcome to WGN radio. Hello, Rollie. You know I'm sitting here and I'm sitting with my 18 year old cat named Nala. Okay? My lap good, just kind of fish. The reason I'm calling Control, of course, But Alan freed, you know he had it made in Cleveland went to New York. His So called son in law. Big Liberatore. I think it was from Connecticut or I was a son it up in clean. I knew his. I knew his son, Lance, I didn't know that Dick Liberatore's his son in law, really? Well, okay, but looking for verification and thinking that maybe just maybe you might know, but Here's how the story goes equipment or made it to Cleveland, and he had an oldie show. Started about 1969. Yeah. 70. Yeah. Late night Late night on the nationalities station in Cleveland called W Z A K. It was 93.1 or something like that. I used to listen to him, and he really turned me on to kind of do up in all these from his particular collection, but He always would say. Yeah, He's the son in law of Alan Freed. Okay, I guess he watched. Let me let me interrupt and say Dick works with me A cube. John s O Dicks work with John and Cube. And I guess Atlanta married him. So, uh, yeah, Well, I don't know that part. I know my portion of the story because I listened to him and one time I went down to the station and visited him and you know I was like, because I.
Police Searching For Armed, Unmasked Man Who Stole Chicken From Roscoe’s In Pasadena, Los Angeles
"In New Jersey. There's room for you as well. And, yes, police searching for armed, unmasked man. It was bound to happen. We were going to see this headline eventually. Well, in this case, a mask list man walked into Roscoe's house of Chicken and waffles in Pasadena. That's right. That was yesterday evening. In fact, when employees said the trouble began, the man was seen in security footage wearing a dark blue shirt. He was first asked by the cashier to put on a face covering as required by local health orders, he said. Why don't you come over here and tell me to my face? And he told them again. Just put a mask on this timer was the cook Robert Gonzales, who said it Well, that's when the guy got mad and pulled out a gun. Then went back toward the kitchen. We're gonna solve this was cooking. The man pointed the gun directly at him and demanded that Gonzalez put all of the chicken into the bag. When asked for clarification about whether the armed men meant money or food, Gonzales said. They ain't got no money in the kitchen. I'm on food. Well, there was plenty of chicken, but there was no bag. So the man grabbed a couple of take out orders that had already been prepared while the employees ran out of the back of the building, So I understand our chicken is good, but I mean, that's some expensive chicken. He's got there. It was just pretty stupid and crazy at the same time. None of the employees were harmed. The suspect is described as being in his mid thirties, roughly 6 ft. One tall with a thin mill build. He fled the scene and dark colored four nor sedan and no mask. So it was gonna happen is gonna be the massless
"robert gonzales" Discussed on KTRH
"Officers got out to approach the vehicle. The suspect immediately got out of the hill go and started find upon officers. Officers returned fire hitting the suspect Officers were not hurt Carjacker. Not been top hospital listed in serious condition. So much for unity. There. Still impeachment obsessed on Capitol Hill, House Democratic leaders are setting up an ultimatum for vice President Mike Pence in the Cabinet urging, they invoked the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office. If that does not happen, Speaker Pelosi tells colleagues there will be a vote on impeachment as soon as this week on the House floor. Democrats and some Republicans accused the president of inciting and encouraging protest that turned violent and breached the U. S Capitol last week. Republican leaders say impeachment so close to the inauguration of President elect Biden will only further divide the country. Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News was just less than two weeks to go until inauguration day. Why are Democrats so bent on removing the president, political analyst Robert Gonzales, waiting on Houston's morning news? They've got trumped them right now and all I wanna do. They want to stick their hell on his neck and keep him down so he doesn't come back in 2024. They are afraid that there may be something that is happening behind the scenes. When we have a military takeover of the government, and these people go to jail for whatever reason. President Trump is sent to visit Texas tomorrow he'll discuss the border Wall. White House says he'll be in the border town of Alamo, just outside Macallan, the president expected to particularly highlight the 4 50 miles of border wall that's been completed so far. Ktrh News time. 11 04 World Health Organization investigators are doing Wuhan, China this week. The team of international experts will arrive in China later this week to begin their investigation into the origins of the covert 19 virus. The investigation was to have started earlier in January, but China had denied the team entry. All that has now been cleared up in the team will look into how and where. The virus first appeared ah, little over a year ago. I'm Bill's in for San Francisco Police say they're bracing for a pro trump protests in front of Twitter headquarters today, this after the president was banned from Twitter and other social media platforms over the weekend. Sluggish start to the week in the markets more from Ktrh money man Pat Shin Stocks are trading modestly lower following weakness over in Europe with little in the way of earning your economic data. Traders are cautious following last week's run The record highs. Meanwhile, shares a Twitter they are down sharply. The companies in the spotlight on the news Cory's reporting all morning long right now the Dow is down 63 points the S and P 500 down 12 NASDAQ is down. 84 crude oil.
"robert gonzales" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"Please welcome john vander. Pol john welcome. Thank you l. Great to be here. Yeah it's really great to talk to you and put a face to the name. I know everyone's just listening to audio. But it's a great to connect. The twitter community has been one of the things. That's kept me sane. In the last four years i think and so it's really nice to have you know done podcast like this or actually met in person you know before kobe and other things with with a bunch of people. It's it's been special to meet people and be part of that. Yeah it is quite a community and a very powerful and welcoming one as well so. I'm glad to have you here today. And i wanted to talk to you about this documentary That was brought to my attention on twitter and again it's called american times. Tell us a little bit about what this documentary is about. And what prompted you to create it. So i've always been a political junkie news junkie my whole life. I remember election night. Nineteen eighty when. I was seven years old. You know i mean obviously. I didn't have much context but i remember seeing the returns and all that and just kind of intrigued by it and you know through most of my life you know through some good times and bad times or whatever it still seem like it was able to sort of keep the train on the tracks you know and then like a lot of people in twenty sixteen it just i mean i i. It's not really hyperbole exaggeration to say i almost had a mental breakdown. I mean i just lost it. I was just not even election day. I before that. I don't know i just had a gut feeling that he was gonna win. And that indian. Just even if he hadn't won it was just such a bitter. You know just such a broken times you know. It has been for five years now. And so i needed to do something with that And and as a documentary filmmaker. Oh and then let me let me back up to You know the truth. Is that probably on the back of a napkin mass here. I don't know for sure. But i would probably eighty percent of the people on blood related to you know my aunts uncles cousins Voted for trump. You know. I come to western farm family. You know And i would. I would hazard a guess in the eighty percent range of the people that i'm related to voted for him so then there was that too. I was furious. I'd anyone wanna see him anymore. For just you know beside myself. I think a lot of people can empathize and relate to that too and so i decided while you know. I have this ability to make documentaries and passion for it and and so this seems like What i should do the way to work through it at my own process and hopefully you know others can see it and you know get something from it too. And so that's what i did. Yeah and it's it's really interesting. Because i've noticed i had the same thing right when one twenty sixteen happened. I have to do something. I kind of felt the historic nature of the moment and then especially when the special counsel was appointed which is why we started the podcast about the muller investigation. It's like a purpose right. Because i've always been a news junkie too. I remember nineteen eighty. And if i remember correctly i was same age as you if i remember correctly back then the on the electoral map the democrats were read. If i if. I'm remembering that correctly. I think you might be right. I don't remember that that part. But i think you you might be nothing there. Yeah i could be totally wrong. I want one of the listeners of this program will send me a correction if i am but i remember there being a flip somewhere like it's blue now. Okay but you know. We needed to do something i needed to do. Something i needed purpose and it seems like you had that too and i've noticed that in our community that we were talking about at the top When we first started having this discussion just a mere minutes ago. Which in this time can seem like years In this community we have so many people who have relatives that are trump supporters. And don't quite know how to cope with that or grieve. It's almost a grieving process Because you know we have this chosen family that we've picked up along the way and this community of support but you you know you still have your family family and a lot of people are dealing with that and and i think that that's something that's you know why it's so important that you had decided to make this film a documentary because you know. How do we cope with that. How do we bridge those gaps. How do we have those conversations. So can you talk a little bit about sort of what this documentary looks like and what people can expect from it. Yeah so not just Blood relatives of course. That's really deep people that have known us your whole life and you've known them but i i have friends that live in very progressive places right california places and they say well. I don't even know any trump voters. And i say you know what i bet you of your kids. Favorite teachers are your kids favorite soccer coach piano teacher or something you you do. You just don't know like we all love people who voted for trump. I think there's very few people who silo is so complete that they don't have people that they deeply care about that voted for trump and that hurts And so how do we deal with that. And so So that's i. I started by the way i'm an only child. I'm i'm an emt j. type personality. So i can be very night. You and i have a lot in common. a ha- only two percent of americans are emt jays. just the least common myers briggs personality type. And that's probably good. Because i am. I am one of them We are the field. Marshal's we are the leaders of leaders. And we're very pushy and stubborn and steve jobs e. So i'm i'm pretty exactly and they're in the downside of it there's upsides to of course ooh but i'm very acutely where the downside where you sort of can just sort of impulsivity. Just bring down the hammer right end. Just start tell people exactly why and where they're wrong and at end up hurting people right and it's So there was a lot of that you know for me in two thousand sixteen and beyond where the fuhrer the fury just came out. You know In unproductive ways for myself and others And so So what i did initially was. Go talk to some some people who are real masters of sort of Non violent communication. Or you know difficult conversations. We're having with people where there's a real disagreements. Um so the very first interview i did was with. Daryl davis He's the black man who has over last thirty forty years as befriended dozens of members of the kkk. And got him to leave an amazing story so again whenever anybody says to me oh forget it can't be done you know you're wasting your time like it's just a waste at point on. I say look if he can do it. I mean we all can't we're not he's exceptional human being. He's a master of this. We're all you know. Vast majority of us are never gonna get close to where he's at but it's something to it know that it's possible to get beyond this You know These deep divisions and the way he does it is he just shows up and and has one on one conversations and he shows them empathy and respect and it's almost like a trick in a way where they don't they're they're just human nature is if somebody shows you one on one kindness and empathy and respect you. Kind of just reciprocate. It takes a really really broken person not to kind of just instinctively reciprocate that and then so then they these kkk members. Start to you know. realize hey this guy's a good guy he's our that's the thing is ultimately it is based on ignorance. And he's showing them. Hey you know just just through his humanity power example. Kind of you know Bringing down the walls of that ignorance though so he was amazing And then i went and talked with robert gonzales who.
"robert gonzales" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Vetting at the Weather Channel on NewsRadio, 6 10 W. Y. O D, a man in Deltona tending to his dog in the road after it got hit by a car got hit by another car. Both the man 55 year old Craig, Alan Richardson, and the dog died and employees the Miami Dade Police Department has died from the coronavirus, Robert Gonzales. Was a micro graphic supervisor. Florida State football fans wake up to a familiar story. No game to watch coronavirus concerns postponed a Seminoles game for the second week in a row. The Knowles would have played Virginia in Tallahassee. This time, the outbreak came among the FS you players, the Buccaneers host the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs Sunday and their dynamic quarterback Patrick Mahomes. I know it would be great, so he's so smart. And and so talented bucks coach Bruce areas there. The Chiefs are nine and one, The Bucks seven and four with Florida's news. I'm John Mc Weston. Thistles Meryl Streep. Over the years, I have played some characters you could call controlling. But the truth is, there's so much in life we can't control. But here's something we can colorectal cancer effects men and women and it's the second leading cancer killer in the U. S is astounding, considering it's almost entirely preventable. Here's how most colon cancers start as Paul Ups and screening helps find polyps so they could be removed before they even turn into cancer screening also finds this cancer early when treatment works best for me. Screening was simple and quick was no big deal. Except for the huge sense of relief you feel.
"robert gonzales" Discussed on KTRH
"There are a lot of questions about the state of the Republican Party political analyst Robert Gonzales told Houston's morning news. The old GOP is gone. Washington hasn't changed. Donald Trump. Donald Trump Change Washington Remember that it is a Trump Recon party. He said. I'm going to drain the swamp. And then I'm going to make America great again. And he says If Trump loses, it could be the end of America as we know it. Another. Halloween has come and gone. Many families starting to plan their Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations. November for some is still concern is a big travel season. But for someone's talking about getting on a plane due to the pandemic, Paul Heart shorn of the Association of Professional Flight Attendant says they've done everything they can to keep liar. Safe. The mask requirement for being higher compliance with this, we still have some issues between maybe passengers. He says. There are fewer airplanes and service. So if you plan on flying to see family this holiday season, expect your flight to be full. Hey, T r h news time. 11 03 Another asteroid getting close to our planet's very early Halloween morning Planet Earth was spared an asteroid strike. It's a fairly sized floating space rock to called 2020 u x three. It's about 200 ft wide, slightly narrower than a 7 40 seven's wing span. Now, while we say it came close to the Earth, we mean relatively close, astronomically close to be more specific, meaning the big rock never got closer than 3.2 million miles And coming tonight is another asteroid. So happens it's called 2018 VP one just in time for Election Day. Evan Brown Fox News. Investors seem to be in a better mood to start off this week. We get more on that from Katie R. H. Money man. Pat Shin Stocks are trading broadly higher following some better than expected economic data from both China as well as in the U. S. The games were pretty much across the board with all 11 stock sectors up in price, and right now the Dow is up for 123 points. About 1.5%, the S and P. 540. NASDAQ is up. 35 crude oil up 43 cents to 36 22 barrel. Tomorrow is not just election day. Haven't you heard? It's also national sandwich Day. The food is believed to be the namesake of John Montagu. The fourth Earl of Sandwich. The book tour to London by Pierre John Grizzly claims that in 17 62. Montague would ask your servants to bring in meat between two pieces of bread so he could continue to gamble while eating. This became such a regular occurrence that other people would order the same as sandwich by Mark Mayfield Astros have given outfielder George Springer qualifying offer of one year $18.9 million..
"robert gonzales" Discussed on KTRH
"17 Here on Houston's morning news campaign strategy for the Trump campaign may be changing just a little bit. After all, we've got a lot of states participating in male in an early voting. There's a concern as there should be. That people will be voting before. There's even the first debate. So what's the best way to counteract that maybe some well placed ads. Involving Joe Biden. And what a Biden presidency might mean. Robert Gonzales joins us political strategist Do you like the way they're going about doing this? I like it. I like it. I like it. I believe that the two places where they're hitting home right now is in the economy. And safety, and I'll say that the economy is a big one, because if you remember back in 92 when James Carville Bill Clinton's political strategists had the mantra, it's the economy stupid. I think what you know with Trump's AA slogan. Make America Great again. I think he's gotta add. It's about America Stupid because his ad America's comeback story you've seen it. It's a positive that you know, it's America America on the move America starting Teo to come back and and what? These as being positive, like the hour makes you want to jump on the Trump train. You don't want to miss out. You know, I might take you, for example, Jimmy, you and sheriff you if you if you come upto a hole and you look down, you'll see me in the hole and you say I'm going to help you. And you give me a hand out. When you walk away, I'm still in the home. But if you say you think thing and said, say, Give me a gift. I'm gonna give you a hand up and you pulled me out of this hole. Van. I now have my comeback story. Now I can go and and do my thing. Well, that's what Trump it is ah, doing with his America's comeback story. He's giving you a hand up. He is providing any economic engine that allows us to go to work. What's happening in this country and the Democrat cities and states like Pelosi. I mean in California, there are 150,000 homeless people. The business district's are boarding up their shuttering down. And there are people all over the streets in the cities came in San Francisco. This is what this is The Democrats story Trump has given you the opposite. He's given you Ah ah, a positive Ah positive ad. Yet it's the other one is your safety. Trump is also driving home the message that with Democrats winning of in November And Joe Biden, the White House And you know, he has been co opted by the friends left. You cannot be saving your own homes. When you down on 11 There will be no answer, so he's the exaggeration off. What's happening today where people are buying guns and ammunition. I challenge you right now to go try to buy ammunition. You can't find it And why is that? It's because people are afraid. He adds that Trump has going out their insane. Hey, if you but if you elect O Biden and all his minions, If you like them, you're going to be on your own. Yeah, but Robert, you know that's really great. I mean, he doesn't add. But you've got 24 7 of liberal media doing advertising for Joe Biden. And then you got Joe Biden doing a record presidential announcement of some 220 million he's going to spend And all the packs that air helping him. I mean, this is not the not there. You know, a few ads is not gonna be enough to actually change people who've already decided that Trump is not the guy. You know, here you are absolutely right. There is one more ad that he needs to that. I call that the ground hog, Joanne. Okay. Trump out to go have a commercial showing ground hard, Joe coming out of the hole. They call this a basement? He looks up at the counter attack. And is that November 4th yet and when the answer is no. You see Joe Biden fall back into his home ground Hog. Joe does not want to a debate Trump. We have to push that you have two gold him into having a debate. You have to. You have to fight that you have to get him on stage. To see what he's what he's going to bring this country because I know Trump Trump is really a genius. He's five steps ahead of everybody else. I mean, forget everything else you don't like about him. He is by stepped away to these fools, and all Trump has to do is he has to go them. And to go on, get on stage with him. And then all bets are off. The sooner the better, because, as you know the early there's going to be early voting in a lot of states and let mail in voting in a lot of states of the quicker that message gets out before those people vote, the better. Thank you, sir. Gotta run that is political strategist Robert Gonzalez joining us here at news Radio, 7 40 Live for another round of traffic.
"robert gonzales" Discussed on KTRH
"Happening? Florida, Georgia, Arizona, North Carolina. Their absentee or early voting begins his early in early September and October. They say, ah, the Trump campaign. This is a smarter, more strategic approach. Going right after Joe Biden. Political strategist Robert Gonzales says the campaign also addresses key issues for voters. Another thing showing Joe Biden hide in the basement should be a great campaign and talked him into debating show that he and all the bees are scared to death to put Joe Biden on stage. What's dear to the people's Hearts are at this moment. Yeah, the presidents as coming even as Joe Biden. He's already spending roughly $30 million running TV digital radio commercials in battleground states. He even running them here in Texas. And overall, hey, announced just yesterday Biden campaign They're going to spend $220 million on broadcast alone in this presidential election. It's a record. The funding the police and attacking government buildings. That's what's been on the agenda oven off a lot of media lately and is clearly making millions of Americans very uneasy. Gun sales appeared to be surging in America this year. That's based on FBI data, which shows a record number of firearms background checks and every month since January. I expect that the 1st 8 months of this year will be more sales in the entirety of the last year. That's Juergen Brauer with small arms analytics, he says. The pandemic and riots. That's what driving this rush to buy guns. So long as cold mint in associating security and safety situation remain unresolved. Going into the presidential election will probably continue to see elevated sales. He notes. They've seen an especially large number of first time gun buyers virtually setting records every month. This year. It is now 6 36 No deal on extension of federal unemployment benefits for those of you out of work because of covert 19 Republicans, they want to provide an extra $200 a week now over your state benefits. Democrats. Well, they're holding out, they say, for $600 which is what had been given out until it expired last weekend. They're already. Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell, though, says people will have no incentive to return to work. If they keep making more on their unemployment checks. The Democratic position has been That these millions of laid off people should get nothing unless they get a higher salary than the people who are still working. Yeah, The Democrats are still saying it all has to be part of their $3 trillion bill that they passed in the house. All efforts to compromise the Republicans getting them to talk. It failed. It's now 6 37 Houston mayors of Esther Turner. He's quoting the positivity rate for covert 19 he says it's down now. 17% compared to 25% a week or so ago. But 17% of what I don't know what this means. Let's just say it's down is trending down, but he thinks it's because fewer people are actually getting tested and taking advantage of the free testing sites. This is not the time to become lax. Okay, I know you've heard quite a bit about being tested being tested. But that is a critical element in managing this virus. So again, it may encourage you to please go and get tested. I assume that means it's 17% of people who show up to be tested. You would think, Yeah. And if that's the case, then it was 25%. In that case, it is trending down. Well, if you don't feel bad, you go get a test. I'm not going to go get a test, but it doesn't mean that our infection rate is 17% of the country of the city. It is just people who go get tested. Correct. Right. Meantime, we've got nearly 71,000 patients. That they're reporting have recovered from Cove it here and that's what we care about. We want people to recover. Okay. The partial shutdown of our economy say is almost total. Ah lot of side effects, including the loss of child care, which keeps workers from being able to return to work. Now in this fifth month of the pandemic, the group Children at Risk, says the childcare providers have actually learned some lessons. What we know is that for a lot of our most essential workers, you know you're not gonna be able to be essential. Unless you have child care When you have kids, they need to have a place to go. Yeah, and we're going to find out what the schools don't reopen. How are we going to manage this? Bob Sanborn, he's with Children at risk is six. Coming up on 6 39 Astros lost the Diamondbacks 14 to 7. Last night. Both teams playing again tonight airtime five o'clock. You'll hear it in sports Talk 7 90 Now. The Rockets were off last night, but they're playing the Lakers tonight, and we'll carry that game here on beginning at seven PM if you're listening to Mark Levin that will be streamed on Katie your h dot com I'm sure Friar in Houston's news weather in traffic Station NewsRadio, 7 40 World events. National headlines Houston's Morning News with Jimmy Barrett and share a fryer. OK, things were getting a little more draconian in Los Angeles, California, 6 39 here in Houston's morning news, the mayor Eric Garcetti. Says he's tired of people not following the rules. You know, we were telling you yesterday about that Mansion House party there the food truck in the D J. And all these people who are not social, distancing and wearing masks. Well, evidently, Mayor Garcetti has seen enough of this stuff. He says that going forward. He has authorized that if you are one of those violators The city will shut off your power. And potentially shut off your water. That's both homes and businesses who violate the rules. Now. Seems to me. We've seen this situation in the past for people not paying their bills. Where cities have threatened to shut down the power. Or shut down the.
6 Former Houston Officers Indicted After Drug Raid That Killed Couple
"Houston police officers indicted in connection with last year's deadly No Noche drug raid on Harding Street. Harris County grand jury handed up the indictments this week, which include counts of murder, falsifying documentation and misinforming judges in order to get search warrants. Six indicted former officers or Gerald Goings, who is charged with murder. Steven Bryant, sergeants plenty. Raina and Thomas would Lieutenant Robert Gonzales and officer Haji Armstrong. The botched raid resulted in the death of a woman and her her husband husband left left several several officers officers wounded. wounded.
"robert gonzales" Discussed on KTRH
"H time-saving traffic next on the ten seven twenty year on houston's morning news i found our interview yesterday share with texas political analyst robert gonzales to be really eye opening as far as selling the republican party but his stance For two to Hispanics. he he mentioned some things that a lot of people don't talk about in the so i was curious when i heard that that the r._n._c.'s brought to mcdaniel spoke out about how to reach hispanic curious did she pick up on anything that we heard from robert yesterday let's let's see attack stanic voters about the record of this administration hispanic unemployment is at a record low they see that wages are up that jobs are coming back that they're able to start small businesses because loans are more available and the other factor is you've got a lot of people from venezuela and cuba in florida and they recognize that the democrat party is is proposing socialism and they know firsthand how dangerous that is and that's why they fled those countries to come to america okay he hit on a couple of those points but a couple of things that might be missing the point has been made for a long time that the cubans in florida the refugees they have voted republican that's why florida was republican but you know the same thing you've had a lot of people coming in from other places and florida is now a swing state i think part of the problem that he pointed out to us yesterday is not just the message the messenger in other words how do we get how do we get a conservative hispanics more involved in campaigning among their own people and the other thing he mentioned to be yesterday afternoon i am on more long form on k. p. r. c. that he did mention to us yesterday morning and it's tough to say but part of the problem is religion we've got hispanics or very religious family oriented people but the catholic church has been looking the other way as it relates to some of the policies that democrats support that are against church teachings have been looking the other way seven twenty two time for traffic.
"robert gonzales" Discussed on KTRH
"Coming up every ten minutes on the tens six nineteen here on Houston's morning news. The changing demographics of the country. Evidently, the rest of the country is gonna look more like Texas not that far down the road. We seem to be about ten years in front of the curve on this one. It's a major shift that at least theoretically would help Democrats and liberals one third of the eligible voters the upcoming twenty twenty presidential election. Will be done by this for the first time ever. According to the latest analysis of US census data joins to talk about it political. Analyst Roberto Gonzalez are Robert Gonzalves, I should say, Robert, I guess it would behoove Republicans to make sure they make some inroads with the Hispanic community. Yes. Halo. Jimmy, and Jerry. How you guys doing? We're. Well, thank you. Great. Thank you. Listen, the the growth of the Hispanics in Texas and nationally has made it a formidable voting block. I mean, you know, in Texas is one third the population as a twenty twenty and and the Republicans have done a poor job of garnering, the majority of the Hispanic vote, but it seems that we have balkanized this country, you know, white to your blacks, they're Latinos over there, and this has to stop we are Americans in the media has been doing a great job in dividing this country. You know? Where a precarious point in our country a place where a man of Irish descent. Robert Francis Aurora can be named bet though. And while he's a Hispanic we have to expose him for fraud that he is he is no more a better than I am ABRAHAM LINCOLN. You know? We have to we have to garner that boat. Jimmy share? We're losing to PR about it because we are coming to a gun fight with a knife. Metaphorically? Of course, we have to have we have to take the media on. Maybe just like Trump has done. You know, he he fights with the same weapons they fight and he doesn't he doesn't back down. Where do you think? Republicans Robert Robert where do you think Republicans are missing the boat on this? What what what are they not doing that they need to do to appeal to more Hispanic voters? Oh, man. That's that's that's right. You're you're giving me a fastball there and me tell you something we have to have a winning strategy with a Latinos. Okay. I call it the half Hispanic impact they have to do three things. They have to sell the God family and country thing to these communities. Okay. Because Hispanics are conservative people's they they they they wanna conservative party. They can they can hold onto your. I still got get the majority of Hispanics are God fearing they believe in a higher power, and they tried to live their lives hoping live into league. I live to please God, you know, they have commercial. We have to have commercials of them entry into churches of worship have commercials. I'm entering into into the battlefields. You know, the God thing is important thing. You can carry that with the Democrats Boeing God and two twenty twelve democratic national convention. Remember that? Three times, and you replayed it in over and over there in shown them so MD sickness of the democrat party. Then you saw the family most Hispanics have large families and with our families comes in even larger extended families. You don't believe this good our parks is he was out there having picnics and their family outings drive home, the pro-life issue encountered that with the repulsive statements made by the governor of your gain. Yep. Or the applause by the New Yorkers when they're pro death legislation was passed remember that a couple of weeks ago, laid back in Spanish, if you need to, you know, show Hispanics in boardrooms refineries building our highways and champion their work your dedication to supporting their families. And the impact they have in building America. Go up everywhere you go. They're they're building roads. Who's out? There showed him champion. They're they're building infrastructure. Put them out put him on on commercials and show that they they are part of this infrastructure. They are good for America. And then last, but not least country drive home that they are Americans. They're not Hispanic Mexican American Salvadoran American Cuban-Americans their American Cubans American Mexican whatever just like anyone else living in this country that they are an important part of the fabric yesterday today and tomorrow. Okay. That's all good advice. Sheldon fighting for this country. You know? All right. Robert, thanks. I gotta leave it at that. Because we're out of time. But appreciate you. Joining us. He's armed was specific very specific. Robert Gonzales, political analyst here on News Radio seven, forty KTAR h time for traffic.
"robert gonzales" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Later house up delayed. We can't hear ourselves in here. Hold on. I've heard delay. We can't hear selves. Let's see here. Okay. We can't hear ourselves. But I guess. We can hear ourselves delayed here. That is strange. Okay. We're. That ain't gonna work. Let's take this off. I it's a delay. Coming back in. It's about a five second delay. Okay. I'm gonna play that. You can try it. Where we are good to be with you this Saturday, and we're having a little bit of technical issues that we did not expect, but we're working through it. And we hope y'all are having a great warm Saturday, and it's a beautiful day. So we're going to talk today about reasons to remodel. And as always we get started with a lame contractor of the week. And boy is this one that we really need to beware of. So this is this is one and hopefully he's not around anymore. Awhile back, this this guy, this this this person posted a detailed. Situation. And in the meantime, we want to mention our call now that numbers for you is seven three seven twelve hundred or one eight hundred three eight three w away. So again, seven three seven twelve hundred Morgan I are happy to be with you this Saturday, and we're talking about a lame contractor Robert Bob Gonzalez of pleasant renovation remodeling. And. Yeah. That's what it is. Sorry. We'll see if your microphones working too. But. Okay. Take it off. You gotta oh you can hear yourself working. It works. Okay. So we are going to go ahead with this one. And it was it was months after starting when Bob was barely done with half of the work on the property and finished three quarters of the other person's home that they knew each other was a colleague and most of the the simple stuff was done. And some things has really done weird. And they started finding out it was basically a fire trap. And they kept pushing this person to finish it up months later. They wouldn't finish up the project and. At that point. There were a number of burglaries in the area of these properties that he was working on immediately before he disappeared from the job permanently. The appliances were removed at the at properties and broken into no signs of forced entry and a loss of really valuable materials. So basically left with ten thousand dollars worth of work not finished and had to be put out to finish the work and approximately fifteen thousand on the next project that had to be done to compensate for it. And after each time the property was broken into. There was a loss of appliances a loss of air conditioning. Go components, granite countertops. And variety of other building materials was left was stolen and is found out. He'd use a fake address. And. Didn't didn't own the property that he said he owned and so two expired contractor's licenses that were mentioned on the letterhead of his estimates. Any actually had no no current licenses. So again, stay away from Robert Bob Gonzalez pleasant renovation and remodeling. And of course, that's a very common name Bob Gonzalez, Robert Gonzales, but in San Antonio anyway, but you'd wanna make sure it's not this guy. If you have a having a relationship with this person, it can be very dangerous to to start a relationship with a contractor, you know, little about and even those who seem to have a lot of proof do not always measure up, and there's just way more of them that are doing something. Completely. Off off of honesty.
"robert gonzales" Discussed on KTRH
"So good to be with you over you've got to. Hopefully, you've got a great weekend plan for yourself in a New Year's as well. So the president of the United States. Well, what what an evil man he is. He went to you went to Iraq on Christmas night and spent a great deal of time speaking to the troops and signing hats. And the left doesn't like it. Not at all the left says all of us troops, presenting red maga- hats to the president asking for his autograph on them that they broke the law that had violated all kinds of protocol about troops, not being political. This is what the left said CNN has gone nuts over this for the last twenty four to forty eight hours. How dare they want the president to sign these by the way, are they really there's any way the White House. Probably stocked Air Force One with red hats, and he gave them out to make it look as though to make it look as though. These were troops. Who wanted his autograph on those hats? Well, thanks to Katie Pavlik hall. She did a little research there and found out that the president of the United States named Barack Obama did something very very similar whenever he would travel and speak with the troops. He had them saw or excuse me. He signed several Obama photographs for fans of his who were working for the working for the country who were in the military at the time as well. CNN had no problem with that whatsoever. Can't really get on board say says Peter Howson with journals investigating whether soldiers serving in Iraq are being sufficiently apolitical when meeting the president of the United States, and certainly not understanding where the same journals were when Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama also provided their signatures on anything. People put in front of them when they made the very same trip to visit troops just another example of the mainstream media. With their selective outrage and anything and everything they can do to try to take down the president of the United States sad. But reality when they pinpointed is always something that the Democrats do or have already done themselves. It's like the dead child. This sad tragic news right of the two dead. Children the seven year old and the eight year old from Guatemala who were part of that migrant caravan who got sick when it got into the custody of the border patrol ended up dying in their Todd. Oh my God. Trump's immigration policies are killing children. He doesn't care about these migrants. They're not providing care, and and they they they hide and run the media when somebody points out that eighteen I did this on Facebook today. Eighteen migrants died in US border patrol custody from twenty twelve to twenty fifteen Sharon helped me out there who was president twenty twelve to twenty fifteen. It wasn't Donald Trump. For me on that one. It wasn't Donald Trump. And nobody tells that story except for as Robert Gonzales said, talk radio and conservative news outlets that try to give the other side of the story eighteen migrants died while in the care of border patrol in in two thousand twelve to two thousand fifteen and not a word was spoken about it. Nobody blamed Obama nobody blamed ice or border patrol or anything else. They just realized. Well, these sad things happen sometimes, you know, in in in a lot of different places. So I pointed that out on my Facebook page and anybody who's interested can like that page and engage in conversation with me. It's France radio. I'm on Facebook at France F, R A N T Z radio. But that's a great example of what you just said share when the Democrats have done the media silent about it when it's Trump. They've got something to say, right? Seven twelve. Let's see what's act that has to say about the morning drive on this product. Exactly, we don't pretty good not much to say right now, you're still basically moving at posted speeds. Everywhere at the moment Gulf freeway, northbound if your head from clear creek all the way into downtown your usual, twenty minutes there six sixteen loop westbound from the north freeway to the south west freeways about ten minutes. And if you're on to forty nine headed, southbound twenty nine twenty two the beltline just ten to eleven minutes there too bad at the moment. I'm babbling windows dot com. Twenty four hour traffic center, they.
"robert gonzales" Discussed on KTRH
"Who broke into his home offer each Manabu in the Galleria area. Homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen is going to be an El Paso tomorrow monitoring, the progress on medical screenings for these illegal alien kids who are being sheltered by federal agencies who wants to be a millionaire. Tonight's mega millions jackpot worth an estimated three hundred forty eight million dollars or just said mayor two hundred ten million with a cash option. More on these stories right now at KTAR H dot com. Coming up here at the bottom of the hour. I live in southeast Houston. Your forecast is at the bottom of the hour by seven forty KTAR h. We're talking with political analyst Robert Gonzales this morning Roberts family came to the United States legally from Cuba, by way of his parents. And we're talking about Latinos sticking with the president in supporting his strong stance on illegal immigration. My big question for you. Now, Robert is do you think the Democrats get it? Or are they going to continue to try to play the race card and claimed that anybody who is opposed to an open porter, whether it be the Texas Mexico border or going all the way across over to California. You're a racist you're racist. If you support Donald Trump, do the dense gathered are they going to keep playing that card. They have no other car they will play the race card as long as they're alive. I'm gonna tell you something we have another problem, Bob. And that is that in our own political party, the leaders in our party that Paul Ryan the Bob corker. The Jeff Blake's the GOP. These guys are open borders guys too. So we're not only finding the Democrats who are liberal and they're they're mentally disturbed. But we're we're fighting leaders in our party who really don't go out of their way to help Donald Trump. Donald trump. On an island by itself is the only thing he's got. He's got the tweets. He's got up who back in the American people who believe in a secure border and believe in a foreign nation believe that we should be secured in our state. They are backing Donald Trump because they know that's right. But if not for some of these leaders in the GOP, I think it would be a little easier sailing now the media again going back to they employ limit a strategy of repeating a lie long enough that when the truth is told it looks foreign no pun intended populace. Okay. There's a cacophony of life coming from every major news media outlets, including the print media. That is shaping the way people the craving. What happens with that is is that the Republicans they start thinking they believe it because they're up in DC start believing that stuff too. And they think that that's what we think. And so they don't push and they don't help Donald Trump. That's where we are Bob. The Democrats are who they are. They they they'll play the race card because that. Fell and they Republicans are weak-kneed, and they'll they'll go along with whatever the media says they're afraid of the media play that game. He doesn't care you hit him. He's he's a prizefighter you'll go in there, and he'll fight you back. You hit them a left jab. You'll get hit you in the gut. He has he will stand tall. And that's what we like about him is he's a fighter. Like a fighter Bob. I completely concur with that. That is exactly correct. And I'm glad to know that so many in the Latino community feel that way about him. Because again, the deck is stacked against him. Because of the way the media portrays this tiny. Spreading Cape spreading the truth. My friend, really really great to have you on board here. I wish you very very happy new year, sir. You both in in. God bless you guys. You guys did a great job. It's not for the talk radio. We'd be we'd be at mass. Thanks to that. Thank you, sir. Robert Gonzalez political analyst with some strong words loved every single one of them. All right, six twenty seven. Let's catch up on the markets. If anybody can figure out what.
"robert gonzales" Discussed on KTRH
"Day seven of the partial government shutdown and the impasse. Well, it's still going to continue between congressional Democrats and the President Donald Trump that could the government reopen once the Democrats take control of the house. You know, we're starting from square one again on all this. Fox's Chad pergram has more from the capital Democrats say they will pass a Bill some sort of Bill on January third to reopen the government. We don't know what it will look like Jim McGovern democratic congressman from Massachusetts and incoming share of the rules committee was peppered with questions by reporters about what the Bill would look like on the third. He said, we don't know yet. So we don't know if this would be an interim Bill, maybe just oh, February a Bill for the entire fiscal year for the seven remaining spending bills, he headed it might include some disaster aid. President Trump standing firm on his demand for funding for a border wall, which Democrats have refused to support. But, you know, Bob, we've got this murder of a police officer in California. Now in the suspect on the run is an illegal alien here in this country. And so you have to wonder if some of the emotion of that may not turn some of the tide. You would never believe it considering what the mainstream media tells you, but Latinos in this country, legally, they're backing President Trump, and here's KTAR Sandra's live with that. The numbers have actually increase from the two thousand sixteen to the twenty eighteen election's political analyst, Robert Gonzales says tells us rather why the support is still there despite the way the president is portrayed the Republican party still believes in the rule of law at the end of the day. The Democrats want open borders, and that's gifts nothing that just not appealing to us is family Gonzalez has family came here legally from Cuba took four and a half. Half years. He says, that's one reason why he's against illegal immigration, the right way and the wrong way, and seeking through the borders and coming in and just staying under the radar is just skirting the law. In fact, there are few demographics strongly against illegal immigration as Hispanics are. Well, I think some of us have some friends who can certainly attest to that. It is now six oh four Houston, congressman Al Green's office broken into police. Don't believe it was politically motivated. However, they say that someone broke through the sheet rock walls in the building off of the south loop in buffalo speedway where he has his office, but several several other adjacent businesses, including a dentist office also affected. Nothing was taken in two thousand seventeen Greene filed an impeachment Bill against President Trump it failed to get any traction. However, even among Democrats how about that stock market. I don't know whether it's good, bad indifferent. Dow closed in the green again yesterday was up two hundred sixty points after opening up way down. It did a huge swing and all this recent volatility in the stock market. Well, does it. Have you worried about what lies ahead? Some people. Are this week alone is seen both triple digit losses and quadruple digit gains for the Dow financial strategist, Rebecca. Walzer believes the underlying economy is still fine. We have one of the tightest labor market years growing, unemployment Vietnam war. We also have those Sean GDP growth, but she also notes that the markets were overdue for a correction if we make it tomorrow without a twenty percents drawback basically twenty percent correction, then we will be in ten year bull market, which has never happened in the history of our country. Another concern banks are still clearing all the debt. They bought up after the great recession. Coriolis NewsRadio seven forty KTAR. H are you optimistic or pessimistic about the markets in two thousand nineteen? That's where we're trying to gauge your emotion on all of this KTAR dot com. Sound off for us on our Facebook page. It's now six oh, six Texas ranked second in the nation in the number of law enforcement deaths. According to an annual report from the national law enforcement officers memorial fund, the group's Craig Floyd says there was a twelve percent increase in the past year. There are now one thousand seven hundred and forty to law enforcement. Professionals who have died throughout Texas history. And that is more than any other state, historically, Texas has led the nation in law enforcement, officer deaths and Harris County also ranking first in the.
"robert gonzales" Discussed on KTRH
"It's gonna stretch apparently into the new year. Here's FOX's Jared Halpern. With more on Capitol Hill. Both the house and Senate were in session fewer than five minutes Thursday. No votes are expected until at least the middle of next week. After New Year's day, the needle has moved towards a very long shutdown just because of the impasse that we're saying house freedom caucus Republican. Mark meadows says President Trump is border security is constitutional mandate democrat Jim McGovern tried to force vote on a short-term spending. Bill Democrats will step up to the plate act like professionals and do the responsible thing. But a democratic Bill will likely have to wait until the new congress convenes on January third on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News. Okay. Here's another one that the mainstream media really doesn't want to address. They don't want to tell you. What's happening that a big number of Latino voters are and remain Donald Trump supporters, and here's KTAR Saunders to explain. Yeah. You would never nila if you turn on MSNBC or CNN, but political analyst Robert Gonzales says, there's a simple reason why he and others remain by Trump's side. Believe in the rule of long believed the American way of life and believed that if we're going to have a civilized society, we have to abide by the rule of law fans Alice's family came here from Cuba. And Gonzales says it took a long time for that process to play out legally when we came from Cuba. It took us four and a half years to finally were given the the okay to come to the United States. His family is not alone. Obviously. Which is why few demographics are strongly against illegal immigration, s Hispanics, are certainly the ones who have immigrated here and the legal process. They've got very strong feelings about people who are lawbreakers. Should they worked hard? And did it the right way to see other people. Do it the easy way. In the the illegal way has got to be frustrating to them. Police say a break in the Houston office of democrat, congressman, Al green. Here does not appear to be politically motivated. Investigators say someone punched holes in the walls of the congressman's office on the south loop at buffalo speedway. But also to the walls of a dentist office. Several other businesses nothing appears to have been stolen green drawing national attention after leading calls for President Trump's impeachment. It's been a roller coaster ride. You mentioned it Bob right at the top in the stock market. Boy, what a week it is Ben making investors at least some of them queasy about long-term prospects for the economy, financial strategist, Rebecca Walzer says a lot of those fears are unfounded. Volatility is not necessarily a recession a recession is to stain on gross GDP and job problems. And all those things keyword there. Non-growth we've got an economy still growing. And while our economy is still strong banks. This is a problem. They're carrying a lot of debt that they accrued after the so-called great recession our country's gone through almost ten years of economic upside. And we are paying the Bill now so to speak and not is what is causing this market has jitters. Yeah, we're just three months shy from a ten year bull market. It would be the longest in history. So are you optimistic or pessimistic about the markets in twenty nineteen you know, things go up, but they come down. But then they continue to grow again answer. Our question today, a KTAR H dot com and sound off on our Facebook page. Our news time now is five oh, five national law enforcement officers memorial fund released his annual fatalities reports and. It shows an overall increase sadly in the number of police deaths in the past year. The national law enforcement. Officers memorial finds Craig Floyd says most were from firearm related incidents. Fifty two followed by traffic deaths. Fifty there is a law that drivers have to move over and slow down when they see an emergency vehicle on the side of the road. I'm afraid to many of our motorists don't recognize those laws. They're impaired at times, they're distracted drivers. They pose great risk to those officers that are trying to make it safer for the rest of us. He reminds us that Waller county sheriff's deputy Lauren Vasquez was in her patrol car when it was swept away by floodwaters in October. And she drowned Audrey Morton NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h he was once known as the world's oldest World War Two veteran. Richard overton. He served in the army in the South Pacific died in an Austin area. Hospital from complications due to ammonia Overton was one hundred twelve the oldest person in the United States governor, Greg Abbott released a statement Thursday calling Overton quote, an American icon and a Texas lead. And. It's now five oh, six thirteen countries. So far have signed onto the f thirty five fighter jet whose production continues to provide thousands of jobs in Fort Worth Texas and elsewhere Lockheed Martin's Edward Smith, a retired naval aviator who says the F thirty five can do pretty much anything. Fighters were specialized in either air to air warfare where they're shooting down airplanes for air to surface for protecting the troops on the ground. You have thirty five really can do all of those missions. We almost call it an air to everything type fighter more than three hundred forty f thirty five in operation today expected to increase the more than a thousand over the next five years. And why are we talking about it? Well, the f thirty five's part of the big discussion now in the department of defense and the budget and the military budget as we have an incoming or an acting Defense Secretary coming from the air force is very much on the minds of Washington. Our news time now five oh seven. Hey, those Baylor bears. They won the forty forty five to thirty eight shootout with Vanderbilt at last night's Texas bowl at energy. Hey, a forty five to thirty eight. How about that Valer quarterback Charlie brewer throwing for three hundred eighty four yards? He ran for another one hundred nine counted for three touchdowns in the win. And so the bears are finished the year. Seven and six it's a vast improvement over there. One win season back in twenty seventeen just a year ago, then Andrew built fix finish six and seven quarterback Shurmur will lead the school is their all time leading passer throwing for two hundred eighty six yards and a TD in the losing effort. Here's in Texas control their own destiny in the regular season finale Sunday against Jacksonville if they win they clinched the AFC titled they'll get a home game in the playoffs. JJ watt says it's a nice position to be in after losing the first three games of the year. Yeah. We had our wonders we have.
"robert gonzales" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"I don did not connection here to trump this is a state district judge in fort worth judge robert gonzales he could have given her twenty years in the penitentiary twenty years in prison he gave her five and so now she is locked up behind bars she talked with one of the news organizations in dallas fort worth here is crystal right explaining that she had no idea she couldn't vote nobody ever told her that she couldn't vote even though she had just come out of a federal prison for doing tax fraud she spent three years in a federal prison here's part of her interview from jail you know i mean people people business and you know kids and stuff like that people don't every time and you'll get an application you make mistakes you know what i'm saying is nothing to be in the situation like this state law says that you have to fully complete your sentence before you can vote and she had not done so she was still on felony supervised parole and she voted here's how it happened she went down there to vote and they said your name is not on the voter roll but there is a way you can vote we'll give you a provisional ballot please sign this affidavit and the affidavit clearly says in clear language if you're a felon you cannot vote right if you have not completed your sentence do not vote she voted anyway and they caught her and she claims that well nobody told her and she claims gee i didn't read it ma'am the personal responsibility it's up to you know what's going on don't rely on somebody else to tell you what's going on and don't adjust blaze through the fine print.