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"ross adams" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:52 min | 3 months ago

"ross adams" Discussed on podnews

"For the first time apple. Podcast is recognized a set of shows of the year. We have a full set from all major territories public. Radio dominates the winners including npr. For code switch. The bbc for the joe wicks podcast and in australia. The abc for the eleventh. You'll find it all linked from our show notes in our newsletter today apple podcast of also curated list of the biggest shows. Biggest new shows and editorial favorites. We have a list of those to your. Local list is also in apple podcasts. The number of podcast listeners. In italy is on the increase as new research from hip sauce. Thirty percent of sixteen to sixty year olds in the country. Now listen up from twenty six percent a year before. The data also says that fifteen percent of podcast listeners. This smart speakers the buzzes. Eric johnson. Formerly vox media has launched his own independent podcasting company johnson produced. Kara swisher recode decode. His new company called bumble cast and it'll offer consulting and produce original shows for the month of november bound sprout report that thirty two percent of their downloads into apple podcasts. The twenty five percent of download to spotify google third with two point six percent. The company tells us that after some tweaks to their algorithm this is a more accurate reflection of total downloads. Towel podcasts than previous data from the company. If you're missing. Joe rogan an exclusive. Show on spotify step forward. New website called spotty feed clever piece of code in which turns an exclusive spotify show into that. Rss feed fuse. Listen to on your normal podcast player. Yes the audio still comes from. Spotify service acosta's reiterated firmly believes in the open podcasting ecosystem ross adams. The ceo of the company highlights the importance of an open industry in a blog. Post today and a slow hand clap for music. Artists drum coon. Who's the author of an album on spotify deliberately built to stop google assistant from working properly. You'll see what we mean. If you follow the link from shaina it's send our newsletter today cared entertainment and peccadillo pictures present. American cody the unbelievable tale of a legendary day named elton kid. American kotei tells the story of a legendary man unlikely hero who crossed over a thousand migrants from mexico into the us. It's new today from westwood. One pagel pictures and imperative entertainments podcast division. And it might seem crazy. What i'm about to say but ferrall is launching his own podcast network other tone media is podcast other tone starts next week. I should make you happy

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The best podcasts of 2020: Apple Podcasts unveil their shows of the year

podnews

02:52 min | 3 months ago

The best podcasts of 2020: Apple Podcasts unveil their shows of the year

"For the first time apple. Podcast is recognized a set of shows of the year. We have a full set from all major territories public. Radio dominates the winners including npr. For code switch. The bbc for the joe wicks podcast and in australia. The abc for the eleventh. You'll find it all linked from our show notes in our newsletter today apple podcast of also curated list of the biggest shows. Biggest new shows and editorial favorites. We have a list of those to your. Local list is also in apple podcasts. The number of podcast listeners. In italy is on the increase as new research from hip sauce. Thirty percent of sixteen to sixty year olds in the country. Now listen up from twenty six percent a year before. The data also says that fifteen percent of podcast listeners. This smart speakers the buzzes. Eric johnson. Formerly vox media has launched his own independent podcasting company johnson produced. Kara swisher recode decode. His new company called bumble cast and it'll offer consulting and produce original shows for the month of november bound sprout report that thirty two percent of their downloads into apple podcasts. The twenty five percent of download to spotify google third with two point six percent. The company tells us that after some tweaks to their algorithm this is a more accurate reflection of total downloads. Towel podcasts than previous data from the company. If you're missing. Joe rogan an exclusive. Show on spotify step forward. New website called spotty feed clever piece of code in which turns an exclusive spotify show into that. Rss feed fuse. Listen to on your normal podcast player. Yes the audio still comes from. Spotify service acosta's reiterated firmly believes in the open podcasting ecosystem ross adams. The ceo of the company highlights the importance of an open industry in a blog. Post today and a slow hand clap for music. Artists drum coon. Who's the author of an album on spotify deliberately built to stop google assistant from working properly. You'll see what we mean. If you follow the link from shaina it's send our newsletter today cared entertainment and peccadillo pictures present. American cody the unbelievable tale of a legendary day named elton kid. American kotei tells the story of a legendary man unlikely hero who crossed over a thousand migrants from mexico into the us. It's new today from westwood. One pagel pictures and imperative entertainments podcast division. And it might seem crazy. What i'm about to say but ferrall is launching his own podcast network other tone media is podcast other tone starts next week. I should make you happy

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Interview With Rabbi Daniel Lapin About The Coronavirus Situation

Glenn Beck

10:26 min | 11 months ago

Interview With Rabbi Daniel Lapin About The Coronavirus Situation

"All right let me go to rabbi Daniel Lapin because I I have a religious question for the rabbi and it revolves around jubilee and I was thinking how do we get out of this mess without just scrapping the entire worlds to adapt to that no one could ever pay is we're already there rabbi welcome to the program our area hi Glen good to be with you again and before we've even going a little further let me just to congratulate you and thank you for being the only one to deeply and honestly probe Ted Ross Adams links with the Chinese to address Saddam of course being the first ever non doctor head of the World Health Organization yeah and and covered some of the things you have yeah we we we just it's a main story now on the blaze dot com or you can you can watch this from the blaze yesterday I did a bit of a monologue on it this guy is was you know part of the politburo he is deeply in bed with China part of the the the the the political party the communist political party that he was a part of it will it was deemed a terrorist organization and he's the head of the WHL I mean it's insane insane it really is and and is distortion of the early weeks of the corona virus just prove whose pocket he's in bed it is happening because the Chinese have successfully colonized Africa to a fall great and also to the phone and to to a far more extractive way than the British and the Germans of the Belgians ever did in the nineteenth century yeah exactly right exactly right so rabbi Lapin I have a question on jubilee because we are racking up the debt the world is the rich you're going to get richer on this the banks are going to get their money everybody's making money except the actual people and it and there's no way to pay any of this back it's making all of the people into slaves all around the world and I remembered there was some sort of a system in in Jewish law that like loans had to be repaid by seven years or something like that and then every twenty five years or fifty years there was something called the jubilee world debt was wiped out and might even close on that yes no you you're definitely close and you and I spoke about this years and years ago and and you're exactly right there is it is a fifty program bad it's not quite the socialistic dream that some of our left leaning friends might my dream off because they will ways to make certain that business loans were exempt from this pay back and the reason was because business would have just slowed to a standstill for the last few years of the jubilee cycle because who's going to extend credit to and will close wiped out so A. as a sort of band aid to to irresponsible behavior in the proceeding is didn't didn't quite work that way and and also it it it didn't extend to the return of mortgaged land that is being developed how many undeveloped and so there again as it goes back really to to the big idea which which really were exposed to the very first time in the fourth chapter of genesis where god punished Cain for murder and and because the punishment is supposed to fit the crime in in guard system of justice and unity spectacle what was the punishment to train and the punishment was interestingly enough to fold most people only remember part of it people familiar and remember the best way god says well you have to be a wonder you never gonna be able to stay in the one place in any waiting periods of time but the second part of it was that you'll never be able to grow anything because whatever you trying point will not yield its strength to you so now it gets kind of interesting because what's Kane is being told is Hey you there are only two uses of lands the good lord made a certain amount of land and this two uses human beings can put it to agriculture and development we can grow things will build things mining falls on the ground so those are really the only things you can do now if the land is not going to yield to you then you compliment anything and if the land is is he is not going to be available to because you have to keep moving well you can't really build a skyscraper if you Constantinian one place long enough so somehow or another god is saying to cane use sort of that the secret to wealth acquisition was getting rid of the competition in a useful to begin to get rid of able and now you're gonna be able to have everything and guess what your land is worthless without other people it doesn't mean anything land the land in unpopulated areas of Somalia and Ethiopia for that matter is cheap really really cheap but there's a good reason it's cheap the location he wants to be there Landon very populated Hong Kong Switzerland is very expensive that's where people want to be and so one has to be very cautious when tampering with this divine system of human economic interaction and obliteration of debt is is a huge huge problem because of the blow that it strikes to the system of confidence on which all economic and and financial interaction depends so I you know wouldn't when you say it it can never be repaid well unfortunately there are many people in government or think it can because and that this is a professor at the state university of New York who was not adviser to the to the Sanders campaign who said this there's nothing the government can do it just prints more money no problem yeah you know right right literal failure to understand that that's just another way of stealing our money ever the citizens money and so this is this is unquestionably a huge problem but you know look England came out of World War two huge debts Germany came out of World War one and two with huge debts eventually impact the lost installment of one of these that's was paid I think as recently as the nineties so you does he eat it if we don't get paid that can get paid it'll just take a long time and and if it's not done very wisely and you can precipitate another crisis Texas is that system that is the situation at the vin diesel is that Yukon's destroy the system economic development and the big picture that AB it's been extraordinary to watch is that the default position is people will happily exchange freedom for security and so big organizations get big and I think we're all very concerned about the alacrity with which authorities have seized extraordinary power certainly questionable whether it's constitutional it's certainly not American tradition you know that something which is admittedly there's this there's there's a disease that's a problem it's kind of the salt yeah there was aids was the problem they found solutions he borrows a problem there's a vaccine flu is a big problem there's a vaccine you know I don't know when or what or how but it's going to be solved and the the problem here is is that we are we're not just training our liberty for security but we are we're actually flipping the sense of rights on its head you don't have a right to be safe from all things that that that that that's not even possible right in the Sony's acts and not a right right and so the government is is taking are enshrined rights and taking those away to prop up a right that doesn't and cannot exist and you you're probably on top of this as well but as is obsessive James Dwyer at William and Mary college I mean Michael one of the very old school in America who just recently wrote that the the rights that parents have with respect to the children all grounded by government and that's all it is pretty extraordinary so you know you thought you have a special relationship with your children know that depends on whether the government wishes were you retain that right with respect your children so the the fearsome and terrifying alacrity which with which people seem to accept this extension of in many cases all the tree application of governmental power such as the woman in the pocket and me my goodness the the speed with which you know the cop on the beat used to be your friends he was the one your kids could turn to if they will last and now what are you becoming a terrifying instrument of of applying state power it's easy it's it's frighteningly quick and

Daniel Lapin
"ross adams" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

12:50 min | 11 months ago

"ross adams" Discussed on WRVA

"And you return me to them I grew up in a rural East Texas a little town in a conservative household and I listen to you with my parents but I didn't understand at the time what you're explaining to us why it was so important I think this is because it's a product of youth but like many of my age group once we went to college we were indoctrinated with the leftist ideology I'm now ashamed to say that not only I had as a socialist inclinations but I was also a card carrying communist Communist Party USA people's world all of it and I had memberships and I was active there was even a part of the delegate for the Communist Party of Texas that went on in the national convention in the past summer in Chicago I like millions of Americans now or at home and the because of the covert nineteen panic I discovered your voice again through a chance download on my iPhone podcast app I went and I listen to you then I purchased your book arguing with socialist just so I could see how to attack conservatives however after each chapter I began to understand that it was I that was grossly mistaken this rediscovery has caused me to rethink religion as well and I'm on the path of rediscovery there as well I find myself today is shamed of my past ideological beliefs this is comes in from Isaac Isaac don't be ashamed of them they those beliefs got you where you are right now and where you are is exactly where you're supposed to be thank you so much for your email and and thanks for giving us a shot and even if you had the wrong reason for reading the book I'm glad that you actually did read the book thank you the book is a is a is a arguing with socialist it is available everywhere we have no no paper target tiger arguments in it no straw man argument arguments this is the best argument from the socialists and the communists and the best argument against them and you can decide for yourself all right let me go to rabbi Daniel Lapin because I I have a religious question for the rabbi and it revolves around jubilee and I was thinking how do we get out of this mess without just scrapping the entire worlds to adapt to that no one could ever pay those were already there rabbi welcome to the program how are you hi Glen good to be with you again and before we even go any further let me just congratulate you and thank you for being the only one to deeply and honestly probe Ted Ross Adams links with the Chinese to address Saddam of course being the first ever non doctor head of the World Health Organization yeah and and covered some of the things you have yeah we we we just it's a main story now on the blaze dot com or you can you can watch this from the blaze yesterday I did a bit of a monologue on it this guy is was you know part of the politburo he is deeply in bed with China part of the the the the the political party the communist political party that he was a part of it will it was deemed a terrorist organization and he's the head of the WHL I mean it's insane insane yeah it really is and and his distortion of the early weeks of the corona virus just prove whose pocket he's in bed it is happening because the Chinese have successfully colonized Africa to a fall great and also to a a font and to to a far more extractive way than the British and the Germans of the Belgians ever did in the nineteenth century yeah exactly right exactly right so rabbi Lapin I have a question on jubilee because we are racking up the debt the world is the rich are gonna get richer on this the banks are going to get their money everybody's making money except the actual people and it and there's no way to pay any of this back it's making all of the people into slaves all around the world and I remembered there was some sort of a system in in Jewish law that like loans had to be repaid by seven years or something like that and then every twenty five years or fifty years there was something called the jubilee were all dead was wiped out am I even close on that yes no you you're definitely close and you and I spoke about this years and years ago and and you're exactly right there is it is a fifty program bad it's not quite the socialistic dream that some of our left leaning friends might my dream off because they will ways to make certain that business loans were exempt from this pay back and the reason was because business would have just slowed to a standstill for the last few years of the jubilee cycle because who's going to extend credit to and that will close soon wiped out so A. as a sort of band aid to to irresponsible behavior in the proceeding is didn't didn't quite work that way and and also it it it didn't extend to the return of mortgaged land that is being developed how many undeveloped and so there again as it goes back really to to the big idea which which really were exposed to the very first time in the fourth chapter of genesis where god punished Cain for murder and and because the punishment is supposed to fit the crime in in guard system of justice and unity Specht said well what was the punishment to Kane and the punishment was interestingly enough to fold most people only remember part of it people are familiar and remember the best way god says well you have to be a wonder you never gonna be able to stay in the one place in any waiting periods of time but the second part of it was that you'll never be able to grow anything because what if the U. trying pond will not yield it's strength to you so now gets kind of interesting because what's Kane is being told is Hey you there are only two uses of lands thank the good lord made a certain amount of land and is two uses human beings can put it to agriculture and development we can grow things will build things mining pools at the growing so those are really the only things you can do now if the land is not going to yield to you then you compliment anything and if the land is is he is not going to be available to because you have to keep moving well you can't really build a skyscraper if UConn staying in one place long enough so somehow or another god is saying to cane use sort of that the secret to wealth acquisition was getting rid of the competition you know you sort we gonna get rid of able and now you're gonna be able to have everything and guess what your land is worthless without other people it doesn't mean anything land the land in unpopulated areas of Somalia and Ethiopia for that matter is cheap really really cheap but there's a good reason it's cheap hello location we want to be there Landon very populated Hong Kong Switzerland is very expensive that's where people want to be and so one has to be very cautious when tampering with this divine system of human economic interaction and obliteration of debt is is a huge huge problem because of the blow that it strikes to the system of confidence on which war economic and and financial interaction depends so I you know wouldn't when you say it it can never be repaid well unfortunately there are many people in seven to ten give ten because and and the thing is a professor at the state university of New York who was adviser to the to the Sanders campaign who said this there's nothing the government can do it just prints more money no problem yeah you know right right literal failure to understand that that's just another way of stealing our money ever the citizens money and so this is this is unquestionably a huge problem but you know look England came out of World War two with huge debts Germany came out of World War one and two with huge debts eventually in fact the last installment of one of these that's was paid I think as recently as the nineties so you does he eat eat eat if we don't get paid that can get paid it'll just take a long time and and if it's not done very wisely you can present says another crisis that serves that system that is the situation at the the big oak tree is that you contacts destroy the system economic development and the big picture that AB it's been extraordinary to watch is that the default position is people will happily exchange freedom for security and so bigger organizations get big and I think we're all very concerned about the alacrity with which authorities have seized extraordinary power certainly questionable whether it's constitutional it's certainly not American tradition but you know that something which is admittedly this is that there's there's a disease that's a problem it's kind of the salt yeah there was aids was a problem they found solutions he bellows a problem is a vaccine flu is a big problem there's a vaccine you know I don't know when or what or how but it's going to be solved and the the problem here is is that we are we're not just training our liberty for security but we are we're actually flipping the sense of rights on its head you don't have a right to be safe from all things that that that that that's not even possible right in Sony's acts and not a right right and so the government is is taking are enshrined rights and taking those away to prop up a right that doesn't and cannot exist and you you probably on top of this as well but as is obsessive James Dwyer at William and Mary college I mean Michael one of the very old school in America who just recently wrote that the the rights that parents have with respect to the children all grounded by government and that's all it is pretty extraordinary so you know you thought you have a special relationship with your children know that depends on whether the government wishes for you retain that right with respect your children so the the fearsome and terrifying alacrity which with which people seem to accept this extension of in many cases all the tree application of governmental power such as the woman in the pocket and money goodness the the speed with which you know the cop on the beat used to be your friends he was the one your kids could turn to if they will last and now what are you becoming a terrifying instrument of of applying state power it's easy it's it's frighteningly quick and easy yes Daniel happen thank you so much you everybody needs a rabbi mine is rabbi Daniel Lapin you can follow him apps Daniel Lapin and his website rabbi Daniel Lapin dot com also he has a podcast.

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"ross adams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"ross adams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"We are broadcasting live from the Wisconsin state fair we are joined by John Adams and Colin Ross Adams verses Roth you get your first taste of what it's like to be an official at the state her what's your thoughts so far gentleman it's a lot different I'm a little intimidated you know the throwing random notes in his rattled yeah you get people responding it with with their gestures all nice no no crazy gestures we'll see we'll see how this next segment yes used about forty five minutes to fill you all right so let's let's shift from national politics to Wisconsin upfronts I don't understand this and I I like robin boss around laws I've had on the show a bunch of times a restocking this morning and said tell me what you're thinking here the story is we have a a I think the term is paraplegic right we have a a representative from Pittsburgh Jimmy Anderson who had was in a fatal not offers his mother and his brother he was seriously injured and he wants to do his job and he wants to be able to at least phone into some of these hearings and these meetings and speaker robin boss is basically saying to him we're not gonna change the rules for you here and and I get that idea I've heard a lot of really signature Republicans say in the states this is an ADA compliance is you can't mess around with this what is speaker robin was thinking here Dan I don't get it and I and I do think that usually he you know can see these issues for what they are Jimmy Anderson was in about nine years ago was mining is business in a car with his brother his mom's death they were hit by a drunk driver he lost all three family members and he was put in a wheelchair for life don't let it hold down he went to law school I went to my law school my alma mater university Wisconsin Madison did well came out ran for assembly in a contested primary the only one in in the Fitchburg area in all he wants to do is listen he's really reliant on people to help him you know the staff members to come in and getting from point a to point B. sometimes it's just not viable you know they they he can't schedule them these committee meetings are scheduled on a whim sometimes to to you know it if things come up and all he wants to do is be able to call in and to vote you know and and and the accommodation of quote unquote accommodation was that he can watch it on video well watching on video that's like me watching you on TV state but it's not the same as participating in the meeting so I think there's a clear way to defuse this I hope speaker fossel just take care of it today if not sooner than calling up I don't know this is a winnable argument for speaker of Austin and a guy like spear Ross I agree it to me this is a very clear you know this is the definition of a case in which you want to have the exception to the rule in this case right so I I understand that this is a long long standing tradition the the you know the thinking behind it is good that we don't want lawmakers look quite literally phoning it in absolutely that but as I understand it they they are allowed to phone in in the state Senate the upper chamber doesn't sound like it's problem from legislative staffers I've talked to you it's actually made things a lot easier to schedule you know their lawmakers live it every corner of the state it can be difficult to get down to Madison I think you know until it's abuse are proven to be abused this is this is certainly something where they can make an accommodation we have the same roles in the assembly the Senate I I guess I don't understand why they wouldn't be the same there too blood just later bodies in our states I think the rule should be the same especially when you're talking about issues like this which frankly if good if it goes to court I cannot see a way that Jimmy Anderson representative Anderson doesn't win this case well I hope it doesn't go that far but you know it wasn't it yeah I I get that he innocently there's ninety nine people and you got people in the field right you don't want that the representative from the field only because he doesn't make the drive or she doesn't make the drive to be able to phone and you know that would change the whole culture of the body but for one guy who lives in Dane county just physically cannot get into the building without help you just you know you don't have to be right on every issue speaker boss let's take a break I I will say this I think speaker vase at some point has to answer this I mean I I know he released a statement but I reached out on this morning a lot of a lot of folks in media have reached also that some point let's get on a microphone and talk about this because there's a lot of people Wisconsin a look at this as an issue of not treating people fairly when they have limitations brushing your time limitations he has to get into that arena and not be pretty sure your rights I think it's a big risk for robin Bostick around Boston I'm not sure even if somebody is powerful that's not gonna take a big hit on his on his credibility all right take a break we're broadcasting live in Wisconsin state fair more more Adams verses Roth after the break.

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"ross adams" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"ross adams" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Life blue emu works fast and you won't stake available nationwide retailers that you're eight fifty W. F. T. L. traffic still tracking lost scattered showers on the CBS twelve stormtracker radar throughout the morning hours mostly cloudy with scattered showers by mid afternoon partly cloudy hi Dave eighty eight the rain chance forty percent weekend weather Saturday and Sunday a thirty percent chance for coastal shower or two in the store hi said ninety right now seventy seven degrees in lake worth seventy eight degrees rain implantation your next update at eight thirty AM character to stay connect with these anytime at eight fifty double the appeal dot com the South Florida morning show with Jennifer Ross in bill Hader on these talk eight fifty M. C. L. it's Jennifer Ross Adams still on vacation to be back on Monday Jamie crews from our our sister station W. I. R. K. good morning six of the I or I really appreciate you has been fun it's been fun because I know I mean you've you're usually rolling in at nine o'clock and we're getting here at five but I know we're killing it so I apologize thank you and indeed our producer the morning good morning I'm always your five yeah yeah that's right I'm here when there's nobody you know what I find like the overnight people sleep and that's what happens when they come in a little more and I've totally been that I did it thank god I never had to do overnights ever ever ever one of my shift I had it was three AM until noon on saw I was twenty one years old some legal god unlike a certain so you'd so did you just rolling all yeah yeah I would roll in pretty sober yes L. A. you know what we can closely we could get the stories about radio that that would curl your toes when I when I started as well anyway other things to talk about I guess the biggest news today very is still a tropical storm expected to become a category one hurricane and make landfall in Louisiana just west of New Orleans sometime late tonight or early tomorrow morning this is where my wife gets really angry because now I have my hurricane about okay so what all up here so and so let me ask you this though are the blue ones that the European one so if your pay usually tells yet there's a guide somewhere so I don't know anywhere there is there's two models are going into taxes at our new guy Bruce has tried this doing open houses sell in this house in Houston shows in those two models yesterday we're going to record if you're right over Bruce sorry Bruce well hopefully there's only two models everything I guess the general consensus is those two miles movies yeah it's gonna it's gonna make landfall hit Louisiana they Mississippi and in this kind of like northeast from there right yeah okay here's the bad part it's the rain it's very slow moving it's already no no Orleans is already flooded because before tropical berry became a tropical storm very it was a regular thunderstorm that was just north of New Orleans and dumped a ton of water on it that it went south into the Gulf redevelop became tropical storm berry does come back to him again the Mississippi is ten feet above its normal levels are already flooded parts in New Orleans are already under water they've already evacuated two if not three parishes and now they're gonna get hit by a tropical storm that's expected to dump up to two feet of rain no that's crazy so well that made people need to heed those warnings and get out get out now except for the rolling stones they're still there they're supposed to perform Sunday night and it was funny because is it everybody's.

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"ross adams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"ross adams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Nine forty six. Along with Dan Adams, Colin Ross Adams versus Roth, damn course local attorney, Colin grateful that Wisconsin institute for law and liberty. All right. Joe biden. I've said I've been criticized for it. I think he's going to go all the way to the convention, and eventually run against President Donald Trump. And Kyle and asked me the question in our kind of our appreciation up is, is this really going to happen. Is you're going to the guy that goes wire-to-wire for Democrats. A lot of candidates is what twenty three other candidates, a lot of choices for voters this hasn't since Biden's gotten in it hasn't gone as I suspected, I kind of thought when he got any would get a bump and that would be about as high watermark. I've been kind of a skeptic on Joe Biden, but I think, you know, at least so far have been wrong in that Joe Biden has made a bet on who democratic voters Ariz made a back on what democratic voters want. He's made a bet on on what the stakes are in the democratic primary. They're not about Medicare for all. They're not about a green new deal. It's about who can beat Donald Trump. And he is making that case he start right? Out of the gate by acting like he was the nominee already. I think it's paying off. You're seeing those polls all this talk about electability, who has the best chance to be Trump. And Joe Biden is continuously the guy yet. I I'm still reluctant going to take this thing. Wire-to-wire Joe Biden as a history of kind of making wild statements can gaffes not that the president doesn't do that. And it hasn't hurt his popularity but he's going to get into it. Primary is going to be on a debate stage is going to be in a town hall where he's going to be asked to take positions on some very, very far left things that's going to be interesting to see how we navigate interesting thing about Joe Biden. He has a political record. I saw on CNN this morning, two thousand six. He was calling for really tough stances on illegal immigrants. And he said things like they must learn to speak English. These people that are coming to our country things that a democrat would never say now. So can he go wire-to-wire Dan Adams, I do I think this comes down to game theory, you know, there's a lot of very good second tier candidates booed edge. Harris booker. Global car those, those people. But they so many of them that they can't carve out enough votes to be taken seriously. And so what you're left with is a two party or two candidate race Sanders. Bernie Sanders who is just unpalatable for about fifty percent of all, democratic primary voters and the alternative, which is Biden. Who everybody knows we're comfortable because he did eight years in the White House is the right hand man. And so as long as Bernie Sanders is a threat to the Democratic Party by going to define. Here's the stark reality. Bernie Sanders is not palatable. Sue swing voters in including some Republicans, who don't like the president. Joe Biden news. Right. And so that's, that's part of your saying, do I want to support ultimately the goal is the White House, and it's not a litmus test on these issues. And when, when I see bringing Sanders, I just cringed because he is not only, you know, socialist and goes against a lot of my values personal political values, but I know he'll get trumped by Trump and your point about the media coverage of the Democratic Party in general and all these candidates. Yeah, that's why I say that Joe Biden is making a bet on democratic voters, aren't I think in many ways is read them we started off the show talking about Twitter. You know, if you look at Twitter, you would think the Democratic Party, the heart and soul, all the activists, and all the energy is, is a oh, see socialist young barista types this. That's not who the Democratic Party is. There's a lot of moderate and even conservative Democrats. There's many religious Democrats. This is Joe Biden is making a bet that the democratic voters especially in places like Iowa. New hampshire. Wisconsin doesn't look like Twitter. And I'm really, really interested to see how this plays out, because again, he's going to be in these town halls is going to be on the stage and he's going to he's going to have to take positions, and he's going to have to face down with Warren's who have big free college proposals and he's going to have to face down Bernie Sanders and Medicare for all these people aren't going to lie down kind of like they're gonna take their shots at Joe real quick. If it is Biden, if he goes wire-to-wire, who does he pick for his VP, he'll have to balance himself as a white male. So I think Kamala Harris would probably be my, my guess Justin Kamala, that he would. He would make a good vice president. Of course. Of course, did you have you have somebody in mind? Vice president, I you know, the person does your is the Stacey Abrams. Actually, not very impressed with, and I would probably be a drag on the ticket said Senator from Minnesota makes sense for not only Minnesota in the mid west, but for Wisconsin, but she might throw a coffee Cup at them. Some of that's overplayed, real out Tammy Baldwin had her in studio. And I should've asked her that question. Not I always get all of them. Are we got one more segment with Dan Adams, Colorado Adams versus Roth? We gotta talk about education, Wisconsin. Now, the big discussion between Iverson's administration and the lawmakers in the legislature. Where's this one going? That's next. Dance music from Jordan, as we wrap up with Dan Adam Tecom raw, but not before we discuss education, the budget's proposals.

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WTMJ 620

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"ross adams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To Pfizer four on Monday night, Memorial Day evening. So that's. I was going to say something, I'm not gonna say it's just a lot of apprehension about what the what the rest of the buck season has to say, we're joined by course as we are every Friday Adams versus rather. Dan Adams, Colin Roth. All right. I teased it during the, the news their present last night gave attorney general William bar sweeping new authority looking into what happened. As far as his campaign, Russia and the investigation into all of those things Colin. What does this mean? Yeah, I think you're gonna see controversy over this because Democrats cloud, people just don't trust William bar to be an objective, objectively, declassified, material, and get to the bottom. They see them, essentially as a political appointee. And they see him that way that said, I think it's I think it's a good thing that we that somebody whether it's bar, whether it's this John Durham from the US attorney from Connecticut is kind of going to lead this up somebody get to the bottom of how this things started. What it means we've done this, a number of times in our history. Looking at opening up the files of Jaeger Hoover and the church committee in the seventy s to look at how this did things this is, this is an important process that we have this law enforcement intelligence apparatus in it created this investigation that, that looked into a US presidential candidate something. Kind of unprecedented, we now have the mullahs report. We know what it says. We know what the conclusions from it, and some of the non-conclusions, and I think we deserve an accounting of how this thing totally got started. I've got no problem with investigation in transparency and to really learn about what happened, but I do have a big problem with this idea that we're going to the president comes out and says, there was treason, which is pretty high crime bar used the word spying and his own testimony. Right. And if there was I wanna know but when you start an investigation Colonel investigation with the conclusion, and you kind of have people pointed out that you want to go after that's really dangerous. Because what happens is you start to believe it. And you don't go where the evidence brings you, you go, where you wanna go when, when, when we when we see a headline sweeping new powers doesn't the attorney general truthfully have the ability to go after anything. He sees unlawful already. No, I don't, I don't have any type of constitutional or legal issue here. Obviously, Bill bar is a political operative. You know, look, no further than Muller pushing back on the on the three page summary that bar pushed out which was a spin. Job to say, hey, this guy is going to do what it takes to make the president, look, most favorably. And again, my big fear is that civil servants people who've served this country get ensnared in some type of made up investigation at the end of the day, one of the report. One of the things that's come out recently is now. We see a Republican congressman from Michigan. Some of you, actually know for the first time using the I-word when it comes to this president, you have some knowledge about this individual, and as someone who grew up in that district Representative Justin Amash is a millennial lawmaker from the third district in Michigan Grand Rapids, where I grew up my parents still live. I worked on his first campaign wouldn't claim to have intimate knowledge or or, or a friendship. But I followed his career he was first elected in two thousand ten came into the congress and twenty seven and he's honestly, one of the most interesting members of congress. He's incredibly principal. He has the pictures in his congressional office or Austrian economists, this guy who takes principles and ideas very, very seriously. I one of the top voting records in terms of never missing voters missed one vote in his time in congress, and he reportedly wept twenty missed it. Well, he's always starting in his term in the Michigan state legend. Slater. He posted all of his explanations for why he voted the way he did on Facebook. This is kind of even in the early days of Facebook. He's been an advocate for transparency. It's kind of in the libertarian, rand Paul mode of or make of a Republican party. I think this is really, really interesting to see him come out and talk about impeachment. Lay out a case on Twitter of all places somewhere, Dan, no longer at I can't see it. But, but this is this is just a really interesting development. I think I think congress would be better off with more just in a Masha. She understands the role of a legislature. He understands the role of the congress, I think you can disagree with him on whether impeachment is the right thing. But I think the most fascinating thing is he got there before Democrats, that is really, really interesting, you Democrats and this last week starting to try and catch up. Hey, maybe we knew need to get to impeachment. You see Mark pauken can of this. Of the second district of Wisconsin talking about we need to start an impeachment inquiry. I just think this is a really interesting development. I don't want to overstate us one member of congress. He is a member of the Republican party, but he's always been more than a maverick. He votes. No lot on a lot of Republican things as well. So it's an interesting development, any of his Republican colleagues follow suit, probably not to be quite honest. But, but he has always been comfortable doing that everyone in these budget deals he votes against he've he votes against anything. That increases spending increases government. This is a very, very principle guy. Where are you at an impeachment? We've seen the Democrats hem and haw Nancy Pelosi pushing back on some of our more zealous colleagues who want to go after this president right now. Where where you fall holds getting hard to push back on it the more that they, they the president and his staff pushes back. They don't honor subpoenas now. Just about said, we're not gonna do anything congress tells us to do, which, of course, create some constitutional crises. So it's becoming harder and harder. But then again, Democrats know that the president does best when he is fighting when he's counterpunching. And so I don't think that the adults in the room. Nancy Pelosi Steny Hoyer, clyborn Oregon are going to let this thing get out of control and inflatable into full-scale impeachment. What would it take in your mind for Nancy Pelosi speaker of the house to make that switch something goes off something happens? What would that be makers say, you know what we have to go after? Nice man, I don't I again, I don't think anything we have an election coming up. We have a field of very qualified candidates the front runner Joe Biden matches up well against Trump. So I don't think that anything is going to push congress into impeachment. You mentioned Joe Biden, that's going to be a conversation after the break, Dan Adams. Colin Ross Adams versus Roth every Friday, right here. WTMJ more next.

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"ross adams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"ross adams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"As we hope upon hope, to the bucks can figure it out in Toronto and get us back to Pfizer forum on Monday night, Memorial Day evening. So lots of. I was gonna say something, I'm not gonna say it's just a lot of apprehension about what the what the rest of the bucks season has to say, we're joined by course as we are every Friday Adams versus rather than atoms, Colin Roth. All right. I teased it during the, the news there. The president last night gave attorney general William bar sweeping new authority looking into what happened. As far as his campaign, Russia and the investigation into all of those things Colin. What does this mean? Yeah, I think you're gonna see controversy over this because Democrats cloud, people just don't trust William bar, to be an objective, objectively, declassified material, get to the bottom of the they see him essentially, as a political appointee. And they see him that way that said, I think it's I think it's a good thing that we that somebody whether it's bar, whether this John Durham from the US attorney from Connecticut is kind of going to lead this up somebody get to the bottom of how this thing started. What it means we've done, this, a number of times in our history, looking at, you know, opening up the files of Jaeger Hoover and the church committee in the seventy s to look at how the CIA did things this is this is an important process that we have this law enforcement intelligence apparatus in it created this investigation that, that looked into a US presidential candidates, something. Kind of unprecedented, we now have the mullahs report. We know what it says. We know what the conclusions from it, and some of the non-conclusions, and I think we deserve an accounting of how this thing totally got started. I've got no problem with investigation in transparency and to really learn about what happened, but I do have a big problem with this idea that we're going to the president comes out and says, there was treason, which is pretty high crime bar used the word spying on testimony. Right. And if there was, I want to know but when you start an investigation a criminal investigation with the conclusion, and you kind of have people pointed out that you want to go after that's really dangerous. Because what happens is you start to believe it. And you don't go where the evidence brings you, you go, where you wanna go when, when he when we when we see a headline that says sweeping new powers, doesn't the attorney general truthfully have the ability to go after anything. He sees unlawful. Yeah. Already. No. I don't I don't have any type of constitutional or legal issue here. Obviously, Bill bar is a political operative. You know, look, no further than Muller pushing back on the on the three page summary that bar pushed out which was the spin. Job to say, hey, this guy is going to do what it takes to make the president, look, most favorably. And again, my big fear is that civil servants people who've served this country get ensnared in some type of made up investigation at the end of the day. Report. Probably one of the things that's come out recently is now. We see a Republican congressman from Michigan. Some of you, actually know for the first time using the I word when it comes to this president, you have some knowledge about this individual, and as someone who grew up in that district Representative Justin Amash is a millennial lawmaker from the third district in Michigan Grand Rapids, where I grew up when my parents still live. I worked on his first campaign, I wouldn't claim to have intimate knowledge or or, or you know, a friendship but I filed his career he was first elected in two thousand ten came into the congress and twenty seven and he's honestly, one of the most interesting members of congress incredibly principles. He has in the pictures in his congressional office of Austrian economists this is a guy who takes principles and ideas very very seriously. I have one of the top voting records in terms of never missing vote, he's missed one vote in his time in congress, and he reportedly wept twenty missed it while he's always starting in his term in the Michigan state legislature. He posted. All of his explanations for why he voted the way he did on Facebook. This was kind of even in the early days of Facebook has been an advocate for transparency. It's kind of in the libertarian, rand Paul mode of or make of a the Republican party. I think this is really, really interesting to see him come out and talk about impeachment and lay out a case on Twitter of all places somewhere. Dan? It's no longer at. I can't see it. But, but this is just a really interesting development. I think I think congress would we'd better off with more just in a mosh. Is he understands the role of a legislature? He understands the role of the congress, I think you can disagree with him on whether impeachment is the right thing. But I think the most fascinating thing is he got there before Democrats, that is really, really interesting. You see Democrats on this last week starting to try and catch up. Hey, maybe we knew need to get to impeach fan. You see, Mark PO can of this. Of the second district of Wisconsin talking about we need to start impeachment inquiry. I just think this is a really interesting development. I don't want to overstate us one member of congress. He is a member of the Republican party, but he's always been more than a maverick. He votes. No lot on a lot of Republican things as well. So it's an interesting development, do any of his Republican colleagues follow suit, probably not to be quite honest, but he has always been comfortable doing that. Everyone of these budget deals he votes against he've he votes against anything. That increases spending increases government. This is a very, very principle guy. Where are you at a peach, we've seen the Democrats hem and haw Nancy Pelosi pushing back on some of our more zealous colleagues who want to go after this president right now? Where where do you fall? It's getting harder to push back on it. The more that they, they the president and his staff pushes back. They don't honor subpoenas now. They're just about said, we're not gonna do anything congress tells us to do, which, of course, create some constitutional crises. So it's becoming harder and harder. But then again, Democrats know that the president does best when he is fighting when he's counterpunching. And so I don't think that the adults in the room. Nancy Pelosi Steny Hoyer, clyborn Oregon are going to let this thing get out of control and enflame will into full-scale impeachment. What would it take in your mind for Nancy Pelosi speaker of the house to make that switch something goes off something happens? What would that be maker, say, you know what we have to go after I don't I again, I don't think anything we have an election coming up. We have a field of very qualified candidates the front runner Joe Biden matches up well against Trump. So I don't think that anything is going to push congress into impeachment. You mentioned Joe Biden, that's going to be a conversation after the break, Dan Adams. Colin Ross Adams versus RAV every Friday, right here in WTMJ, more.

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"ross adams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"ross adams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Duck legislation that's in the courts and governor Uber's versus the Republican leadership. Will they work together? That's next TM. Fifty three degrees here at Radio City on this Friday. We're having a great day out there. The sun is shining. Enjoy your weekend. If you can civically this is Adams versus Roth of his special guests tired judge Mary Coon Manche, Colin is still here, though. All right. So I mentioned before the random and spend a lot of time on this split Republicans and Democrats cats dogs living together in the state of Wisconsin. They're trying it seems like to not get along. No cowan. Here is going to be a long process. This is something we've talked about since the end of the election and kind of this new world order divided government kind of feeling each other out. We're about to get into where the rubber meets the road joint finance committee is kind of wrapping up their hearings on the budgets. They're going to start taking up the budget here in April and may start to see some budget votes. This is where things are going to get very interesting, and we're gonna see how how much of the Republicans take a governor Tony his budget and how much they just rewrite their own or use a previous budget on this going to get pretty contentious. Because what we're going to start to see is the pressure building going start hearing about veto threats and question of whether he the governor in the state of Wisconsin is a very powerful and strong and inventive. Veto in terms of he can cross outlines cross out letters even string together new words. So it'll be very interesting to see if he puts out a threat that to veto the entire thing, or if he's just going to work within and I think that's kind of the big operating question, doesn't it suggest that it's really more of a an exercise in just trying to figure out what potentially could happen with Vito versus trying to just get a good budget that actually works for the state of Wisconsin. I'd like to weigh in on that. Because that's precisely my point. I think this goes way beyond Steve divided government. And I think this is what you're seeing play out here and really across the country right now, which is very disheartening to people like me who believe that government does have a role in our lives. I disheartened because I don't find that the socialist left or the ideal right? Have any idea of how to govern? They don't. And they don't have a clear thought on what role government should have their married more to the to their ideas than they are to making. Drafting legislation and creating laws and using our tax dollars appropriately that is legislating and working for the people that have elected them. This is tearing d- into really discussion about what role. Does government have in our lives, and you hear so many people speak as if government can be boiled down to one thing. No taxes, no increase in taxes. I don't mind paying my taxes and a democracy. You're supposed to do mind when it's wasted not used appropriately. So there's a there's a really I think a bigger discussion that needs to be had about this is what role do we really believe as a country, and as a state government plays our lives is it. You're married to ideas. No tax increases read my lips. Or are you? You know, there should be handouts for all you have to make some decisions about what role government plays in a democracy. And the both of them are punting and saying it plays no role because there are married to ideas, not to serving the people to govern is to choose kind of the phrase, right and budget documents are typically kind of spell out a priority. But well, Mary describes there is something as all this time. I mean, we're always we're oldies arguing about the proper role of government proper scope of government. But when you get into something like state or local politics, it does come down to a lot of Monday, Monday and benign things money for the roads money for parks money for Medicaid and making choices along those lines. So I think I think despite the hyper partisan atmosphere, you are going to see some agreement, and this is a point I make all the time on the show is how how how much bipartisan stuff actually got done during the Walker years when you when you talk about how would a hyper is environmental was. It's nothing. Talking about this is something is something like ninety percent of bill's bipartisan. So there will be things get done, but you are going to have some high profile fights. I'd like them to figure out how to fund our roads. We've been talking about that for two and a half years. Eventually they're gonna have to figure it out because there will be no roads to dry they weren't together and had some committees with some smart people on I'm figuring out other than the gas tax raise to support our roads. Maybe we get something done. That is retired. Judge Mary couldn't match Colin Ross Adams versus Roth after the break citizenship. Should it? Be on the census. That's next right here. WTMJ about three minutes left with my guess Hannah's versus raw today. We're joined by retired judge Mary Cooman. So real quick on the citizenship question that it's not new. It's been there before.

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podnews

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"ross adams" Discussed on podnews

"Cast have announced the acquisition of pepper a podcast host Ross Adams, the company's CEO told pod news that the acquisition of pepper will effectively double the company's number of shows in the past. We've had strict minimums required to join. He added saying that peppers acquisition will allow any size of publisher to join the network for the first time Pippo which Adams describes as good cultural fit for Acosta's popular for publishers in countries, like the US, France and Norway while Acosta itself is based in Sweden and cast achieved over thirty three million dollars in funding last year. Three more publishers have pulled their content off luminary, Mikey Fowler. Ep of podcasting for barstool sports, which is currently number eight in poor track tells us that they have requested all of their RSS feeds be removed from luminary, which will mean a total of twenty six shows will be unavailable in. Deva audio podcasts have been withdrawn from the services. Well, and the Joe Rogan experience is also removed and it's being replaced with another characteristically. Snippy message these subscription app launched earlier this week with high profile podcasts from Spotify Gimblett media podcast, and the N Y tease. The daily being unavailable luminary appears to be fighting back with PR. Matt sax the co founder and CEO of luminary has written a long piece explaining luminaries model the sole post in a hastily erected medium blog. Minutia Zomorodian is also interviewed in digital hawking the company saying as a creator, it's hard to get a production off the ground. If you don't know you have a steady income her podcast note to self is relaunching as a luminary funded production. Luminary have also placed sample episodes of all their premium podcasts in apple podcasts, and therefore most other places what to do with pod Faye? Leading podcasts. Mark asquith from rebel base. Media has some ideas and a few searches in apple podcast for less than ideal. You'll find to that in our show notes and in our newsletter along with this bit rate sample rate and Kodak what difference do they really make to your audio where we linked to an episode of the pod news podcasting coded in a lot of different ways. Ancient turns liking the BBC is advertising for a controller for BBC sounds the BBC uses controller as a broadly similar term as managing director for a business unit. This is a new role announced yesterday alongside a role of controller for their TV products. Bbc I player the player job has been taken by Dan McColl pin, currently commissioning controller for daytime and programming when people install new apps weekends, according to a graph from radio player a radio and on demand app in many different countries. The webby award for best host went to pod save the people McGowan analyze the advertising within that podcast the list, US nationally, syndicated, TV program featured Stitcher in a story recently. They tell us it's a good step in raising awareness for the medium as a whole, and it certainly a nice piece to link others to both the list and Stitcher are owned by e. W scripts Stitcher also advertising for a Stitcher breakthrough fellowship. We believe they say the podcast industries workforce should reflect society at large in all its diversity. And the Stitcher breakthrough fellowship program is designed to help recruits diverse talent and promote inclusivity in podcasting. You have until Sunday to apply and cadence thirteen has launched see thirteen originals and new division focused on original storytelling their first podcast is called gangster capitalism. It's an in depth look at white collar corruption in America. We mentioned three podcasts today in our show notes in in our newsletter. Podcasting essentials, which has Steve Pratt from Pacific content. As special guests this week adrift with Jeff Lloyd and Annabel port. They're putting on their first ever live show in Henson bridge. And Mark Zuckerberg has a podcast in case you ever want to hear a podcast clearly hosted by a robot strangely only on Spotify. At the moment. Can't. Why? Oh, yes. Maybe it's something to do with apple shutting down many of Facebook's internal

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podnews

04:27 min | 2 years ago

Acast buys Pippa & 3 More Publishers Leave Luminary

"Cast have announced the acquisition of pepper a podcast host Ross Adams, the company's CEO told pod news that the acquisition of pepper will effectively double the company's number of shows in the past. We've had strict minimums required to join. He added saying that peppers acquisition will allow any size of publisher to join the network for the first time Pippo which Adams describes as good cultural fit for Acosta's popular for publishers in countries, like the US, France and Norway while Acosta itself is based in Sweden and cast achieved over thirty three million dollars in funding last year. Three more publishers have pulled their content off luminary, Mikey Fowler. Ep of podcasting for barstool sports, which is currently number eight in poor track tells us that they have requested all of their RSS feeds be removed from luminary, which will mean a total of twenty six shows will be unavailable in. Deva audio podcasts have been withdrawn from the services. Well, and the Joe Rogan experience is also removed and it's being replaced with another characteristically. Snippy message these subscription app launched earlier this week with high profile podcasts from Spotify Gimblett media podcast, and the N Y tease. The daily being unavailable luminary appears to be fighting back with PR. Matt sax the co founder and CEO of luminary has written a long piece explaining luminaries model the sole post in a hastily erected medium blog. Minutia Zomorodian is also interviewed in digital hawking the company saying as a creator, it's hard to get a production off the ground. If you don't know you have a steady income her podcast note to self is relaunching as a luminary funded production. Luminary have also placed sample episodes of all their premium podcasts in apple podcasts, and therefore most other places what to do with pod Faye? Leading podcasts. Mark asquith from rebel base. Media has some ideas and a few searches in apple podcast for less than ideal. You'll find to that in our show notes and in our newsletter along with this bit rate sample rate and Kodak what difference do they really make to your audio where we linked to an episode of the pod news podcasting coded in a lot of different ways. Ancient turns liking the BBC is advertising for a controller for BBC sounds the BBC uses controller as a broadly similar term as managing director for a business unit. This is a new role announced yesterday alongside a role of controller for their TV products. Bbc I player the player job has been taken by Dan McColl pin, currently commissioning controller for daytime and programming when people install new apps weekends, according to a graph from radio player a radio and on demand app in many different countries. The webby award for best host went to pod save the people McGowan analyze the advertising within that podcast the list, US nationally, syndicated, TV program featured Stitcher in a story recently. They tell us it's a good step in raising awareness for the medium as a whole, and it certainly a nice piece to link others to both the list and Stitcher are owned by e. W scripts Stitcher also advertising for a Stitcher breakthrough fellowship. We believe they say the podcast industries workforce should reflect society at large in all its diversity. And the Stitcher breakthrough fellowship program is designed to help recruits diverse talent and promote inclusivity in podcasting. You have until Sunday to apply and cadence thirteen has launched see thirteen originals and new division focused on original storytelling their first podcast is called gangster capitalism. It's an in depth look at white collar corruption in America. We mentioned three podcasts today in our show notes in in our newsletter. Podcasting essentials, which has Steve Pratt from Pacific content. As special guests this week adrift with Jeff Lloyd and Annabel port. They're putting on their first ever live show in Henson bridge. And Mark Zuckerberg has a podcast in case you ever want to hear a podcast clearly hosted by a robot strangely only on Spotify. At the moment. Can't. Why? Oh, yes. Maybe it's something to do with apple shutting down many of Facebook's internal

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WTMJ 620

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"ross adams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Forty six billion WTMJ, we are joined as we always are on Friday, Dan Adams, Colin Ross Adams, Russia's Roth. Let's get to the poll numbers came out yesterday. It's kind of the first point while not because all the other ones we're going to force we're focused on elections now that now we're talking about issues the as in that. So your take on the support or non support for withdrawing from that lawsuits that seems to be the big issue. Well, I mean, ultimately, it's not like Wisconsin's attorney general. The one bringing this lot. We're we're just one of multiple parties on this lawsuit. It's all pomp and circumstance whether we're on it or not it's just a kind of a platform position. So it really doesn't matter. We're having this big fight. But something that doesn't matter now accepting the additional, Medicaid or Medicare money that actually does affect our bottom line and will fill some gaps in our budget. I just thought this is a very positive pole for governor Iverson and Democrats, I mean every policy position if you could put it on the liberal versus conservative spectrum mean again, it seems like the voting population is is pro these kind of liberal agenda items, at least at this point in time collar, explain this to me, the the right track stuff always surprises me people say we're going in the right direction. They said up before the election yet, we have a new governor new attorney general how how does that work? That's a really good question. Because I I it's individual whether it's kitchen table issues employment house my neighbor doing how's my kid doing? But the state of Wisconsin is headed in the right direction. I think as we talked before the election. As prosperity rises as unemployment falls as jobs in the economy. Doesn't becomes less of the number one issue as it was for the better part of a decade voters start to care about other things, whether it's K twelve schools or the environment or this that or the other thing, and so I think even having a good sense of the direction of the state doesn't mean that you can't care about other issues and different priorities. And I think that's a little bit of what we saw her with the election education is one that saw some strong numbers that suggest that twenty years. We'll have some luck in that area. Seventy three percent favor increase in aid for special education, which is a huge issue in school districts because that segment of their student population is growing requires a lot more resources. What can you do with that? Can you make hay with that with the Republican led legislature? Well, the good thing for both sides is that there's a pot of money. I mean, there's my cranky. I'd like them not to automatically spend it on either tax cuts or or just throwing money at whatever problem. They want. I'd like to see us build up a little bit of a reserve. This governor did that governor Walker did that. And now are we going to spend it? Well, not really I mean, he's always we always budget too tight in the state. I mean, that's that's both parties going back to Thomas age. But this two-thirds funding all this school finance stuff. I wish somebody would come out and just say we're going to make the fourteen thousand dollar promise every student is fourteen thousand dollars. They take it to whatever school. They want to. If you have a disability get more money. You take it to wherever you want to actually be a more conservative idea more about your idea. But when we talk about this two thirds or this or that the school financing formula is so complex that nobody actually gets it. So we're having these big fights each side can kind of make it up as they go along and their supporters go along with him. I'd love to see somebody just clarify. It will did polling on K twelve funding last year. And what we thought was really interesting. When you ask the question are is is K twelve funding adequate, you'll get a majority. This is no no it needs more money. And then when you say what if I told you that we spend on average about ten thousand eleven thousand dollars per kid, all of a sudden the numbers go to oh, well, that's definitely enough money. So it's really interesting that I think we have this this talking point that even both sides participate in and saying we need to fully fund education. We need to throw more money at education. And yet we don't really actually have a debate on. Well, what is the adequate amount of money for education? What is the right amount per student? Are we getting the bang for our buck, and how do we compare to other states? If you look at where Wisconsin how much we spend per kid. We spent a lot of money on on our per people funding. And what are we getting for it? We've got pretty flat nape scores. We have flipped pretty flat. Forward exam scores. There's a bigger debate than he's be about education rather than just well, if we throw more money at it, all our problems will be fixed. Why would I guess the shovel challenge of the debate? We had I I did a story yesterday on the Medicare for all healthcare for all. When you say, hey, do you like the idea fifty six percent of the of the nation says, absolutely? When you tell them we're going to raise your taxes thirty three percent. That's that's shows you the shallowness political comments consistent in all these Marquette polls when they asked that essentially do you want to pay for it. There's about a twenty percent gap between people want something and the people who want to pay for a couple of the other areas. Interesting because we're gonna shift the national politics after the break, Joe Biden, apparently the favorites among the the response to the market law school poll. Thirty two percent Bernie Sanders coming second not surprising to any I guess for you, Dan, as the member of the panel from that side of the any of these young up and comers. Are they gonna make a dense? I think those guys are place holders a lot of people say that. But I don't know if that's true or not and Frank I mean, they're both pushing eighty or eighty and it's just it's not the time for them. They had their moments especially Sanders, if he ever did. I mean, he was he had this little moment. Only because there was no big primary, and he was kind of the alternative to the machine as it were. He doesn't have at this time. What if they have that strength at this point? And again, there's a lot of candidates, and there's only what eight listener could be twenty candidates listed, some of the people that get talked about Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, maybe beta O'Rourke, which just stuns me. Kamala Harris is is going to be a major major deal and why she comes from a big state. She can raise a ton of money. She's got a great background being a former prosecutor an executive, and she just is is really articulate and can really put forward a democratic agenda without ruffling some feathers on any wing of the party. Dan, Adams, local attorney, Colin, Robin. The Wisconsin institute for law and liberty after the break when the shift to what I call the twenty nine thousand nine version of Billie Jean King. Bobby Riggs Nancy Pelosi versus Donald Trump. We know how that ended. Well, this one end the same way that's WTMJ.

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WTMJ 620

11:01 min | 2 years ago

"ross adams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Forty-three Friday, January twenty nine nineteen thousand on the twenty nine thousand references haven't said twenty eighteen yet even check out and got that right lower. That's that's hits me months to get. I know, but I. Many checks. So you kind of focus on the on the job at hand. All right. Dan Adams, Colin rob Adams versus Roth a little bit more on the state. So the incoming governor twenty years took a little bit of heat for not picking anybody out of Milwaukee and Madison, no out state representation. Vaas gave a little heat on that other Republicans. What do we make of that? I don't make. I don't give it any credence at all. One. He did yesterday announced that a guy from sturgeon bay, which is door county got DWDM work-, workforce development guy that was briefly in the state Senate seems very qualified. He was the door county economic development guy. We just got Peter Barca from Kenosha. Yeah. Obviously, you know, you you get your executives from where executives live in the state. And that's from democratic side is primarily Milwaukee and Madison just not going to be in Coosa anybody's gonna slide into the Markazi. You know, I've been thinking about that. I asked around last night to try to get a read on it. All I can say is it's going to be a crowded field. A special assembly race doesn't come along that often in a heavily democratic place. And so it's one of these races that if you could get five hundred votes, you could win and you could have simply seat basically for life while so I think it's going to be a very crowded field. I we're talking about divided government Wisconsin, let's shift to Washington DC, the new era of the house. Nancy pelosi. I listen to her speech yesterday on CNN. What do you think Colin what what's it gonna be like in Washington now for president? Donald Trump was a divided congress. Yeah. This is going to be very different. And it'd be really interesting to see how President Trump kind of can use congress as a foil for him. I think and vice versa. You know, Democrats have been out of power for a couple of years they've been chomping at the bit to get in there. The now of the house now the ability to have committees and subpoenas and do investigations and do all the things that a lot at Republicans did January Bama years with a lot of success, frankly. So you're gonna see a lot of warfare between the executive branch and the congressional branch. What I think is interesting, and I'm sure we'll get to this is the is the kind of shutdown politics. I think Nancy Pelosi is going to be very frustrated by the start because I think when you take over congress you want to get in there you walk past a bunch of bills. You want to do a bunch of stuff you want to set the tone, and she's got a she's got this rowdy. Progressive kind of caucus the Alexandria Cossio Cortez's who wanna do all this stuff, and she's going to have to give them some things and give them some votes. The shutdown politics freezes all that is gonna step on that. And I think she's going to be very frustrated in this first month. Well, let's talk about the shutdown. The president has said he wants that money that five billion dollars for that for the border wall or slatted wall. Whatever he he seems to think on that day or here's from somebody telling him what he thinks. What should we expect for the president? Is he gonna is he going to draw the line and say, I'm not going to give in on this. Well, that's all he has when he listened to Trump supporters. What they say is they don't really care about the the end policy. What they care about is is he fighting for us is he fighting for the country. It's the idea that the means the means of fighting are are the ends. You know, if you can stick it to the liberals than it self is is good enough. So he's painted himself in a corner where he can't really make a deal because it's it's wall or nothing Nancy Pelosi said, no, you're you're just not getting this bad expensive pointless wall because there's no utility to it, and it offends a lot of people in the party. You think how long do you think the shutdown will go on? I think it's gonna go on for longer. I was kind of optimistic early on. But now, I I think it's going to go on for a long time. And frankly, looking at this from a Machiavellian standpoint. Nancy Pelosi probably thinks that this is Donald Trump's shutdown and it's bad news. And if you can extend the bad news on one of your opponents, why not do that all day long, Dan Adams, Cowan rock joining on Adams versus Roth or regular Friday feature at nine thirty five. So the president's I know if you saw this after Nancy Pelosi speech in congress, the president actually came into the press room at the White House and the paraded a group of border experts and folks at work in that area border protection, folks. And basically said we need that wall. He's supposed to be there to testify. It was really kind of a PR stunts. I heard some of the commentary from some of the network. Saying the president could not stand that Nancy Pelosi had her few minutes in the sun. He had to take that back. You see it that way is that what was going on there a little bit. Yeah. I mean, the the president's never gonna see the spotlight's willingly. And he's he's always happy to take it back. But, you know, this this this issue of defense or the border wall, or whatever you wanna call it. This is the symbolism and its symbolism for both sides. I think I read somewhere that the federal government spends five billion dollars in about twelve minutes. I mean, we're not really actually talking about real money when it comes to the federal government. So this is all about symbolism. This is about Republicans who for years and years and years have thought that their their representatives were voting for enhanced border security, and then they felt like they they were told that the goal line that they couldn't have it. And so now they have a guy who says he's gonna fight for it. And then on the democrat side, you have people like Representative Hakeem Jeffries, Jefferies who is a top democrat who says we're not going to give that while. But maybe we'll settle for enhanced fencing. So you just see the. Schell games going on. And I think I think Donald Trump, you know, this. This is a guy who is is prone to take a deal. He wants a deal. I think he'll look for an off ramp. I think the obvious deal here is some sort of money for border security or a Waller fencing, whatever you wanna call it for the dreamers that would be the rational grand bargain, but he's also a developer. So I look at this. How would he announce a big building William nounce it then he shows the pictures schematics, then he gets the funding for it. He makes the deal then he gets to go down and break ground, and they have a halfway point celebration. And then lo and behold just before the election, it's completed and we can all take holy pictures. That's what Nancy Pelosi is not going to let happen Colin as a Republican as a conservative. Do you think that those that side of the aisle has fumbled this issue because for me, it's always been about security? The wall has is a lot of different things. It's fencing in some spots and some spices nothing other than a natural barrier. It seems to me. I remember I talked to Brad Schimmel about the outgoing attorney general that it's it's really about security. It's about drug trafficking human trafficking. And I think conservatives have fumbled this issue by letting it be more about talking about this stupid wall, or whatever it is. And that focusing on the security aspects, which I think anybody obscene, rational mind would agree is something that matters in this country. I think that's right. But I I go back to I think the wall, and and it has been for more than a decade is symbolism. It is something that for a lot of Republicans and conservatives we can talk about immigration, we can talk about border security, and what that is. But there whether it goes back to those various deals for the end of the Bush administration where you know, it looked like we're gonna have border security, and then Nope and other other times during the Obama administration they want their priority, which is a wall and border security, and and this is about building trust. It's about Republican politician. It's proving to the base that they can accomplish one single priority that they've had for over. Frankly, this is like any big policy. It's very complex. You know, the policies are intermingled, and and really complex stuff. But what a wall is. A physical structure that you can see and these people will feel like their concerns were actually put in cement and him the ground, even though it has no practical utility, Steve says, it's a stupid wall, Dan Adams, Cowan RAF Adams versus Roth. It is a stupid while the border security does matter that is the point that I hang my hat on. Or after the break. He's new to Washington sort of Mitt Romney back in Washington as a Senator from Utah writes it up on his way in what does that mean for Republicans and the twenty twenty race Moore with Colin and Dan after the break right here in WTMJ nine fifty four seats to be on this Friday. I'm joined by Dan Adams, Colin Ross Adams versus Roth a regular Friday nine thirty five feature. All right. He's the income and Senator from Utah. He's been around, of course, politics for a long time presidential candidate failed candidacy Mitt Romney writes an op Ed in the Washington Post. What does this mean for Republicans? I'm gonna go count. I in twenty twenty is this a challenge to the president is. Just just a warning shot. What did he try to achieve here? I'm a little bit mystified by the strategy behind it. But I think it's interesting, obviously, it's notable Mitt Romney is not your typical freshman Senator. He is he is someone who's run for president. He is someone who is extremely popular and doesn't have to worry about election or reelection in Utah. Also hypercritical of the president when he was running for president. Right. And I guess what? I find interesting about this is that no one had any. There was no mystery about how Mitt Romney felt about the president gave that speech during two thousand sixteen campaign. He's spoken out from time to time. Otherwise, there's no mystery that he doesn't think that these guys are polar opposites when it comes to their personal life from personal rally. So I think that's pretty interesting. So whether this is just laying down a marker to say, hey, I'm here. I'm here to to to be, you know, a new counterweights in an era in which there is no John McCain. There is no Jeff flake that there is no gym mat? Madison. They in the administration. I think but I'm a little bit mystified on the strategy of how he thinks this is that go the timing is weird. I mean, why do you in the pool before you jump in? He's not to be too fast is an attempt to maybe get himself into the twenty twenty presidential race on the high side is a challenger to the president. Gee, I don't think. So I don't think that he's well, do you think a president's gonna be challenged? He he will John case Sicher somebody's going to run against him in the primary. The big concern is that somebody like that a mainstream conservative runs as an independence in acts like Ross Perot, spoils it for Democrats. But I'll say this about Romney. He his whole career is back and forth back and forth. During the campaign mean his speech against Trump. Was it really blew your hair back? How much he went after him? And then he applied essentially did this public application to be secretary of state famous picture of them in a restaurant right that famous picture where you can see Romney soul being sucked out. And now, and then he went back and he asked for Trump's endorsement during that Senate race in here. He is again, it's just back and forth. Back and forth. Doesn't make any sense, Colin..

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"ross adams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"ross adams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Thirty four with you on the chat with my my guest, Dan Adams, Colin Ross Adams versus rock we have to get some theme music for this segment. What do you think? Well, I suggested the rocky theme that's already shut that. That would be mine music. Well, I can be Apollo Colin can be Drago. There are there enough villains? Great to see both the on this Friday and say a warm Friday in in Wisconsin. It's unbelievable. It's just fantastic. And you're having a good day. So far, both you, sir. All right. Let's get let's get to Kimberly Clark. Governor made a big deal out of this yesterday. He said it was as one of his things he had to get done before. He left office went up. There sounds like what about twenty eight million dollars Colin to keep those jobs incentives to keep those jobs there. What do you think? Yeah. I think I often to opt in policy discussions we we don't recognize trade offs. And I think this is one of those cases in which very few policy. Choices are all good or all bad. And this is one in which I think we should celebrate the fact that there are some jobs that are being saved. I know that means a lot a lot to the workers there to that community. But I've argued for the better part of the year that this is a bad idea. Bad idea TV using taxpayer money to buy basically, the by jobs had already exists to retain jobs, and I know that. You know, someone say that's too idealistic. But I think given the labor shortage the central economic challenge in the state is labor shortage, the state of Wisconsin should not be in the business of buying jobs. So is the governor wrong here. Then. Yeah. I think so. But as I said, I mean that there's a real policy tradeoff, it sets a bad precedent. That's kind of where I've been all along, Dan. Oh my goodness. I agree with Colin almost fully. All right. Go ahead. Over the last few years, the Republicans have cut manufacturers tax two zero zero. And so they're the Republican toolboxes now absent anything other than direct payments, essentially, I mean, these are refundable tax credits. So at the end of the day where we're actually now paying employers to bring in new jobs, but just to keep what's here. I come from everything from criminal law standpoint and anybody in law enforcement, you know, even if you just watch TV shows, you know, you don't pay the kidnappers when they ask for ransom. You don't pay him. You know, why it's not about that kidnapping? It's about every other person who thinks that. Oh, I can I can kidnap somebody, and I'll get paid out to and that's the situation where here it started with Foxconn. Although I am a little more. It's a new big enterprise. That was a better case to be made for that. But every other big employer in the state is now the next kidnapper who's going to say what about our refundable tax credits. And what are we going to say to them? No, the Kimberly Clark plant is is bigger more important than you. I mean, we're pushing the string here. It's going to have big implications. I think that the point that the president of the of will Rick breaks told me the other day when you pick winners and losers. It gets gets to be that situation where then someone who's the next person to come forward. What do they want five million ten million fifty million or more? How are you going to decide these things? Now, Tony is out. With his comment. Your thoughts on what he said about it very much. I thought it was pretty weak statement by and large. He kind of seemed to indicate he was displeased with the the legislation displeased with the process, but also had no ideas. No concrete idea of what he would do differently. He didn't set out some grand vision that I think Dan, and I would agree on that. We should get out of the business of doing this type of stuff he indicated he just didn't like it. And I don't think that portends well for the leadership in the state. Well, yeah. Ultimately for the next four years he legislature, we're gonna we're gonna play sugar daddy to the next companies that come with their hands out. I mean, one thing that the I think the governor is annoyed at and Democrats are annoyed at is that this week. Scott Scott Walker said don't worry about this lame duck legislations knocking to reduce your power. It's not a big deal, by the way, I'm not gonna sign it because I have to jam through this Kim Clarke deal, and if I sign it it can't happen. So there's this direct hypocrisy. The lame duck legislation. Well, I mean, that's a big point. He he he'll only could do it this way. And frankly, it kind of goes counter to what he's saying as the bigger story about the lame duck session. Let's talk about Tony. I'm having a hard time. Understanding he's been complaining about the things that are happening the states. Is there any way he's not stalemated when he comes into office with with the power. That's in the the assembly in the Senate. I understand what. Yeah, he has the power to veto pen. But it's gotta get to them in the first place. And I don't know what he's going to be able to do once. He has the work of Republicans who aren't agree in agreement with him well shirts, I mean, we've gone from one hundred percent to zero percent power to fifty fifty. And it's going to be a whole new dynamic. And if either side wants to get anything done they're going to actually have to stop grandstanding for once sit basically in a closed room and knocks and deals out. No realistic. Is that I think it's realistic. I think there there are enough grownups in government at this time where? They can they can shut the door compound out a deal making agree to go out into the street and bash each other over the head, but when it comes to big big ticket items like the budget, Mike, transportation, maybe a big economic development opportunity. I think there's enough adults that they can do it. I mean, the people elected divided government divided government results in kind of a frustrating gridlock. That's very typical. And that's that's kind of what the voters wanted. And that's what the voters are going to get a think, Dan's, right? They're going to be some deals that have to do some deals how that looks. And and where that goes is going to be felt out. I think in the coming months, Tony is gonna come out with a budget proposal, probably February early March, and it's going to have a lot of his big ticket items is gonna have Medicaid expansion. He's going to have a lot more for K twelve spending. He's going to probably increase the minimum wage and things like that. A lot of things that Republicans and legislature aren't going to go for so they're going to have to to work together to find something. I think you're going to see a lot of status quo. I I got about a minute before the break, but you you mentioned more money for K twelve spending one of the things I struggle with is we just had a series of referendums across the state that were added up to one point three billion dollars four schools by district. Why would I support anymore spending on K twelve when when it seems like the gist? Trix have figured out a way to just get the funding. They want and asking their tax payers directly for. Why would I ask the state to step in and do more than that, it appears to me that most of these referendums are for physical space capital improvements? Some are the schools are better, but it's not the structural per pupil instruction costs. So that usually comes from state income taxes, which are by a formula that none of us could figure out distributed per people basis, and and that doesn't have to be fixed. I mean back in the what was in nineteen ninety when there's this great two-thirds agreement. We will cap property taxes, but the state will pay two thirds of costs that was the agreement and it's been it's never been honored. So I can see Everts going back and asking the legislature to to fully fund that Dan Adams, Colin RAV Adams versus Roth went to fight you guys up. You're too much in agreement today. What the heck is going on out there? We'll fight during the during the break. All right coming up after the break. We're in Milwaukee the hop. They got some bad news yesterday. And he's going to be a guest on my program, the eleven o'clock hour mayor Tom Barrett. Will he run again should he run again that's next Adams versus Roth right here in.

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"ross adams" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"ross adams" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Four fifteen till information PM with Marc Reardon sitting down at the BMW Toyota sports says Chris Rabi just got off the phone with new cardinals hitting coach Jeff Albert. And it's funny. I think that oftentimes we don't realize how similar industries are. And he told me a fascinating story about how he got into the baseball industry. He had been a college player. And there was doing some coaching is always kind of worked with with players. But he literally, and I know we've done this all of us in this profession. He had a website and had written about hitting and had some videos and stuff and just started blasting everyone. He could find started. Yeah. And tried to reach out to anybody could was going to clinics. It's funny to hear those stories. I know that back story. Well, yeah. And it's a great conversation. It'll be at six thirty tonight. That's that's what I tell everyone. It's my best advice do as much as you can might get annoying. You might want to send eight hundred emails I've got a stack of a stack of rejection letters from stations that I applied to in the past one of them is a station in town here saying, no, thank you. And it happens to everyone. But but it's remarkable. That's how my Gersh got him with the cardinals. He wrote a paper and sent to the John mosaic and eventually got hired organization. Right. Do it. But he was great. I think fans are gonna like him and obviously quite the pedigree coming from Houston. So that'll be at six thirty tonight. We'll talk a little baseball and the Dave Sinclair, Lincoln and Ford sports open line. We do get a couple of moves from the cardinals today, of course yesterday. Greg Garcia claimed off waivers from the San Diego Padres cardinals. Make some more roster moves, of course, Adam Wainwright was recently signed. And added to the forty man roster four players reinstated from the sixty day DL, Dexter Fowler. Luke Gregson Alex race. And Michael walkup Francisco. Pena was out righted off the forty man, he has elected free agency. Matt Bowman was claimed off outright waivers by the Cincinnati Reds, so divided. Matt Bowman bud Norris Tyson. Ross Adams all elected the free agency route earlier this week. So again baseball coming up tonight on the Dave Sinclair, Lincoln and Ford sports open line at six fifteen. Clayton Kershaw gets a new deal with the Los Angeles. Dodgers he had an opt out that was potentially about invest and he lands for three years ninety three million dollars, plus incentives to stay in L A. Let's talk a little hockey blues with a nice win last night over Vegas for more. We check in with Chris Kerber and Joe vitality. Joey last night the blues over the Golden Knights by a score of five three fifth consecutive games. Satan. Louis Blues have put at least four goals on net. They're finding a way to pump some to the back of the net. But the story of the game might be the play of Jake Allen in the third period. He was outstanding. He was incredible. You know, he had a great first two periods. Kept the blues in it. The blues had a two-goal lead in the third period last night. And they needed to have a good performance the blues. Let up a lot of holes they were kind of squeaky at times the execution wasn't quite there. But the best player on the ice in that third period that the player that stole them that game. Last night was Jake Allen, he was athletic. He was poised. He's working on top of the crease come up with some incredible big saves. And that's what it starting goaltender need to come. In makes a big saves and steel win and Jake certainly did it last night. Good return to the lineup, Robby Fabbri and garlic Anderson. The whole fourth line to me was the best line on the ice the Saint Louis blues. Robby Fabbri added so much speed to that lineup. Oscar Sundquist was on top of it with two big old. Robert Thomas had a great back back game following up his Chicago performance a few nights ago. And and, you know, Carl Gunderson, you know, he he almost one of my heart had a war last night because he had great six. All over the ice. Didn't while you with lot offensive stuff. We knew he just sit back defenseman. He's a low risk player and he makes winning hockey decisions. He did last night. He was out there for the final two minutes with but translate in that top pair, the shutdown the Marsh assault line. So all great things from crawl gunners. Well, Sundquist scored two goals in a game. Tarasenko added one as well along with Tyler Bosak blues over the Golden Knights by a score of five three last night. Homestay continue Saturday night with the Minnesota wild. Come to town, seven o'clock face off and tickets available at Saint Louis, blues dot com for joy of Italian. Chris Kerber on the Saint Louis blues radio network. Thanks, guys. One thing here that I was driving home from this movie that played last night at the Tivoli for the Saint Louis international film festival. Destroyer just spent some time in the last hour. You guys had me spitting diet coke out of my nose talking about roar bacon and pop tarts. And I don't even know how. Bended post game shows are you talking about the TV show home improvement, and I never say nice things about Chris rayvey? But it's I've heard this twice and you guys have a blast. Now. Amy wasn't on last night. But she's part of this too. Right. Yes. She is. It's fun. It's Fun Radio. Yeah. We go till eleven o'clock, we won't this Tuesday because of election coverage. But after home games were their toll eleven o'clock, six fifteen to six thirty every night curbs, and I just talked nonsense. So yeah, we have a lot of fun and a fun game on the ice last night looking forward to tomorrow. Excellent. Thanks, chris. We'll talk to you at four forty five. It's four twenty head to the movies, right after traffic.

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"ross adams" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"ross adams" Discussed on WGTK

"Furthermore i might speak frankly my dear diane the basic thing wrong with woman knows let's cut it all not to add then there's a matter of us look at them well two obvious cut him off to knows fine art critic you tend not to be is this thing on ross adams i hate you i think it's the best piece of sculpture i've ever done ego maniac telling you go way off until i turned my wife how much i do about stopping the artistic endeavors for the night and romancing with the old man come on out of the verandah this token is professor russell j adams instructive astronomy another university i don't know a single scientific fact about this moon it's a special satellite newton tyler for robots then it's a date after you diane just thinking is a good thing we haven't any neighbors or they'd think we were honeymooning ten years and two more weeks sweet phone remembering it's such a lovely night very lovely with the moon knight three hundred thirty five days out of the moonlight to meet is is just the reflected light of a sudden i liked interesting only that it may be analyzed spectroscopy now but these days about vacation diet oh what a magic or change it's a soft lovers moon hanging in the heavens only the brighten your people wonder why can't get excited about ronald koeman komen lucy spoken like a true professor he's a motion picture star absolutely of perhaps i shouldn't clicked my movie going oh so much i mean but such pentagons teach all right russell what's not i saw the brightest shooting star way you guys thought you saw the angel himself galloping those metals there's another one little craft from idea for eleven months out of the year the heavens have my full and undivided attention during this blessed that they heavens food i can't be bothered i never saw such brad shootings and another thing my dad as the wife of an accredited professor of astronomy i think it no more than fitting new give the phenomenon that's to observe it's proper name namely the fall of pto there's another one and another breath how bright and beautiful they travel it's such a tremendous rate the friction of our atmosphere benz them into a fiery vapor there's more of them no one after the other i.

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"ross adams" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"ross adams" Discussed on WRVA

"Ladies and gentlemen real breaking news this from the hill newspaper john solomon an allison spahn as he prepared to collect half a million dollars a half a million dollar payday in moscow in 2010 bill clinton sought clearance from the state department to meet with a keyboard director of the russian nuclear energy firm ross adam which at the time needed the obama administration's approval for a controversial uranium deal government records show arcadi driver which a top aide damn computer hold on a second i'm there on on a top aide to russian president dmitry medvedev good abc yet and one of the highest ranking government officials to serve on the bullwork you know what's happening i'm getting spam tier on trying to read this story is that strange mr producer it keeps cutting off must be a rescue out there somewhere let me start i can't read off this kill the music i mean at the do it after the break i'm going at the printed out my computer will not allow me to read this article and there's no conspiracy mv saying my damn computer will not allow me to read this article but it's a big deal you know what i know it's live radio for those of you who get ally let me try one more time hit the music maitre can we get another email as he prepared to collect on are now on now on here we go looser thank you a cut in pace as he prepared to collect a half a million dollar payday in moscow in 2010 bill clinton sought clearance from the state department to me were they keyboard director of the russian nuclear energy fern rose adam ross adam which at the time needed the obama administrations approval for a controversial uranium deal government records show our katie dr h a top aide to then russian president dmitry medvedev and one of the highest ranking government officials to serve on ross adams board of directors superman this massive nuclear power russian state run company control in essence by lantam repu day was listener on may fourteen 2010 email as one of fifteen russians.

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"ross adams" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"ross adams" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Liberals wind out for us to homes government g froth part well no one will overwhelmingly roman our we will know ladies and gentlemen real breaking news this when the hill newspaper john solomon an allison spahn as he prepared to collect half a million dollars a half a million dollar payday in moscow in 2010 bill clinton sought clearance from the state department to meet with a keyboard director of the russian nuclear energy firm ross adam which at the time needed the obama administration's approval for a controversial uranium deal government record show our katie drive of it a top aide damn computer hold on a second he'd be bbb and they're on their own on a top made two russian president dmitry medvedev good abc yet and one of the highest ranking government officials to serve on the board you know what's happening i'm getting spam tier one trying to read this story isn't that strange mr producer he keeps cutting off must be arrest be out there somewhere let me start i can't read off this kill the music i'm an at the do it after the break i'm going after printed out my computer will not allow me to read this article and there no conspiracy him could saying my damn computer will not allow mccurry decide ika but it's a big deal you know what i know it's live radio for those of you could get a lie let me try one more time hit the music maitre a again another email as he prepared to collect on are now on on now on the leaving here we go mr producer thank you a cut in haste as he prepared to collect a half milliondollar payday in moscow in 2010 bill clinton sought clearance from the state department to me were they keyboard director of the russian nuclear energy fern rose adam ross atta which at the time needed the obama administration approval a controversial uranium deal government records show our katie drive it a top aide to then russian president dmitry medvedev and one of the highest ranking government officials to serve on ross adams board of direct super by this massive nuclear power russian state run company control in essence by latin repu gang was listed on may fourteen 2010 email as one.

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"ross adams" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"ross adams" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Of the russian nuclear energy fern rose adam ross adam which at the time needed the obama administration approval for a controversial uranium deal government record show our katie drive at a top aide to then russian president dmitry medvedev and one of the highest ranking government officials to serve on ross adams board of directors superman this is mass nuclear power russian state run company control in essence by lantam repu day was listed on may fourteen 2010 email as one of fifteen russians the former president clinton wanted to meet during a late june 2010 trip documents show quote the context of a possible trip to russia at the end of june clinton is being asked to see the business government folks below which state have concerns about him seeing any of these folks clinton foundation of foreign policy adviser what's with the names are metabolized every wrote that state department on may fourteen 2010 using the former presidents initials and in the list of names to former secretary of state hillary clinton's team the email went to to of hillary clinton clinton's most senior advisers jake sullivan and cheryl mills i think i'm part of the resistance now the approval question however sat inside state for nearly two weeks with an answer prompting uh the clinton foundation foreign policy adviser to make multiple please for decisions tell you what i'm going to do better than this i'm going to bring john solomon on the program the man who broke the story you have is number mr producer go ahead and call or bring the author of this column on this is a big deal now it's a direct link how what are they going to go and where's mr mollar and his ban of left wing cooks whereas mr mollar narra you can kill the music will bring john solomon on we'll give you the story straight from the reporter okay joe the lend rock new jersey great wabc go hey mark now you're talking about eric holder look i i testified at his confirmation hearing in two thousand nine and who are you sir how are hill my father murdered by the fail at oh you're joe okay got area i've been on your show florida on your last conner guy had joe.

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