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"Update There's a new weapon being used in the war in Ukraine U.S. officials are confirming Russia used hypersonic missiles while invading Ukraine That's according to CNN who noted this is the first time this type of missile has been knowingly used in combat This comes after the Kremlin claimed one of its new hypersonic missiles destroyed a Ukrainian weapon storage facility Video posted by the Russian defense ministry shows a missile slamming into a building followed by a massive explosion Moscow said the strike was carried out Friday and destroyed a large underground weapons storage site Officials in Dumas Arkansas are confirming 20 people are injured after a shooting outside a car show Saturday night The Dumas police chief ads children are among those injured and that so far at least one person has died He adds there's a person of interest in custody and is exploring the possibility of multiple shooters Dumas is about 90 miles southeast of Little Rock A Texas deputy is dead after trying to save residents from a major wildfire burning about 120 miles west of Dallas The Cisco police department reported that deputy Barbara Finley died in the flames while going door to door to evacuate residents in carbon Finlay is the only confirmed death in the mass of eastland county complex fire As of Saturday the wildfire has burned more than 45,000 acres and is only 15% contained And a new study says you don't have to walk 10,000 steps a day to live longer Researchers at the university of Massachusetts at Amherst found that walking 6 to 8000 steps a day it's plenty to stay healthy The study concluded that taking that many steps each day reduces risk of early death by 54% for people aged 60 and older Researchers found no increased benefit from walking more than 8000 steps I'm Jim Forbes Gas prices are on a slight decline across the country Triple-A reports the current nationwide average for a gallon of gas is $4 and 26 cents That's down from last week's average of $4 and 32 cents However the cost is much higher now than it was last year This time in 2021 gas was an average of $2 and 88 cents Gas prices have soared since Russia's invasion of Ukraine A manhunt is underway for the killer of a 37 year old Bronx mother of two Lisa Salvador has more Police say bajana James was found dead inside her apartment epitasis houses in mon haven cops say her throat was slashed and there was no sign of forced entry a relative tells the New York Post earlier in the week James had sent her boyfriend was acting weird and she was afraid he was going to hurt her James described by family as happy and full of life leaves behind two young children who live with their grandmother A federal judge says a Kentucky county clerk violated two same sex couples rights when she refused them marriage licenses back in 2015 According to court documents filed Friday Kim Davis motion for summary judgment was dismissed and a jury will now decide what damages to award the couples suing Davis Davis had been serving as county clerk for Rowan county in northeastern Kentucky when she refused the two couples marriage licenses back in 2015 following the legalization of same sex marriage Davis claims it was against her Christian convictions to issue the licenses And Oregon man is a mega bucks lottery winner after forgetting about his lottery ticket Wilbur Brown purchased his ticket on Christmas Eve that gave him a chance to win until mid February over two months later he finally realized he had won an $8.9 million jackpot and will now receive a $200,000 check each year until he's cashed out his prize That's the very latest I'm Jim Forbes Now there's Bloomberg sports update 8 more schools exited stage right on Saturday and Saturday night in the NCAA basketball tournament St. Peters was not one of them the peacocks continue their Cinderella run by leading wire to wire and knocking out Murray state 70 to 60s Katie and depo at 17 some big shots down the stretch for Doug eddard I always do my best to try to get as many shots as I can I don't know if you think about anything when I'm in the game I just kind of let it happen I got to give credit to my teammates for sending just amazing screens and giving right passes.
"rowan county" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Hold part time jobs that keep America strong We are the air force reserve Manhattan's 9 11 tribute museum is closing permanently The tribute museum is one of two near ground zero commemorating the September 11th terrorist attacks attendance at the museum's been down 80% because of the coronavirus pandemic unlike the larger museum which honors the memories of those who died the tribune museum pays tribute to survivors and relatives of those who were killed more than 5 million visitors have passed through the museum's doors in New York Gary baumgarten Fox News A Los Angeles County sheriff's helicopter crashed in California's Angeles national forest leaving at least 5 people injured one passenger is in critical condition just last month a police helicopter from Huntington Beach crashed while responding to a cough or service A federal judge rules in favor of two same sex couples who could not obtain marriage licenses due to the actions of a county clerk in Kentucky The judge ruled Friday that former Rowan county Kentucky clerk Kim Davis violated the constitutional rights of the couples by refusing to issue the licenses in 2015 due to her objection to same sex marriage A jury trial will now be held to determine if the couples are due damages Davis's refusal took place after the Supreme Court ruling allowing same sex marriages at the time she stopped issuing licenses for any couples gay or straight and protest and spent 5 days in jail as a result The couple's attorney says they're happy they're getting their day in court supporters of Davis say the case raises issues concerning the First Amendment and the expression of religious freedoms Given your rescue Fox News California drivers are seeing gas prices soar At one station in Los Angeles diesel gas reached almost $7 per.
"rowan county" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Home. Christie Thomas. Welcome into the I. Heart studios in Lexington, Kentucky. Just off of Nicholas Ville wrote. I'm not by myself this week, which I love. I have for murky Be one dusty border, joining me in studio And of course, as always, we have Jeremy Jarmon in what we've now listen, Jarmon. We had to have a talk this week about it. You are in a rally in county, not row in county. And you were corrected about that. I was corrected my 1st 10 minutes in town as someone that wanted stores. You know what some of the local news was going on, and I refer to it and set it the wrong way, Christie and got corrected. Passively my 1st 10 minutes in town, But, you know, now, you know you're not in Roan County urine Rowan County better known as more head So, as always appreciate you joining us via phone while we work through covert. Speaking of covert. This is a game that wasn't supposed to happen this week. This was actually got flip flopped with Georgia. So everybody want. You know if you've been under a rock and haven't been paying attention to what was going on with the schedule that we knew Cove it at some point guys would affect Football season for Kentucky, and now we're seeing it. This is a situation that wasn't even Kentucky's problem. This is not a covert problem for Kentucky. It was for other teams. And yet here it is still affecting Kentucky. So DBM here we are. We're not surprised that it's finally affecting us. No, not at all. And at the end of the day, I think a CZ coaches, you know, you talk to your players about adapting and just overcoming adversity. And this is just another another lesson that you can use and They didn't know this was we're going. We're going to be playing, but it doesn't matter that you were playing line up and let's get going. And so it just it falls into. You know, if that falls into that mentality that you're teaching throughout everything J. J. You're in the healthcare field. Not surprised that we're seeing covert, effective only a couple of games into the season. No, not surprised. I'm just, you know, I think one of things unfortunate about is that they have to see kind of kept everything. Uh, tight and sealed and Missouri wasn't able to really get. I think they may have got an extra day. Maybe prepare for us, as opposed to two weeks, so definitely fortunate about that. All right. So after the way those teams played the last two weeks, I got to tell you it makes you wonder what if what if you and I hate to look back? I hate I want to be forward thinking, but I can't help but say What if we could have had those first two games back Auburn and Ole Miss? We get a feel like based on what we've seen out of their play the last couple of weeks. We could easily be sitting here for no other. In my opinion, there's no doubt you know, I've talked about this before in your first three games of the season, when you improve the most When you go into Game three. That's when you really think you're starting to hit that stride, and you're kind of improved the most that you're going to throughout the season. And they certainly did. And then they just built off of it. And the defense is just I mean it Dominant is the word is the only word you can use their dominating on defense right now, When you get that kind of play on defense, it completely changes everything. Both the teams that we lost if we played them today. You know, I think they're really good teams. I think that's maybe why we lost him. At the end of the day. I think it be a completely different ballgame. J. J. We finally saw both sides of the ball really come together, especially in that second half last week in Knoxville. Yes, we did. It was exciting Offense really got things Click. And in that second half and man, it was a beautiful thing to watch it absolutely continuation with the defense. The best is the best two game defense stretching over 40 years. You've got to go back to the mid 70 76 To be exact. C a defense played the way that this one has played 10 turnovers, non interceptions, seven points allowed by the defense, just absolute clinic on the defensive side of the ball. Just kudos to Brad White for simplifying things Think Mark Stoops alluded to that and kudos to the players for For getting back into the film robe, refocus and getting adjusted, and they're having a ball out there. And you can see that the past two weeks. Well, as I say on Twitter every Saturday morning game day is always the best day. So as always, we're gonna have a full packed show for you. We're gonna break down Kentucky's offense and defense. We're going to scout Missouri on both offense and defense. Tell you a little bit about him. You're going to hear from athletics Director Mitch Barnhart. We've got a really fun interview with CJ Conrad. Who is by the way, if you you have to remember and know exactly where you were when that game was going on. Missouri and CJ caught that pass to win that game. Such a fun, uh, instant classic kind of game. So we're gonna hear from him about that, amongst other things. So a ton of stuff coming up and we're glad that you are along for the ride. So hollering. It's on Twitter. Tell us where you were watching the game from and tell us what's going on. We love hearing from you. You're listening to the dog. Franklin Auto Countdown to Kickoff show on the UK Sports Network. Thiss is that Don Franklin Auto Countdown to kickoff on the UK sports.
"rowan county" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Busy. They're cranking out all sorts of rejections. You know, you know, you know that's all letters. No, not looking at it. Sorry about your luck. Kim Davis. Remember her? The clerk at the county clerk over in was a Rowan County. She wouldn't issue those marriage licenses for gay couple several years ago. She's trying to get the Supreme Court to pay attention. And they said no Sorry. No Case is over. Which now means of course, some of those couples Khun try to sue her. I don't know that's gonna happen, not civil lawsuits. But as long as the world has lawyers, I guess that lawsuits are possible. Happy New Week, Everybody. Welcome aboard. Glad you are here. Today. Of course, we'll have another update from the governor for a clock's been a rough time here in Kentucky with the pandemic so he'll be on at four o'clock today. You just heard Jason Nathan's and talking about Stairway to heaven in the Supreme Court? No, thank you there. They're not going to hear that. So the estate of Randy, California probably not his birth name. He's dead now, anyway. So now he's a Z Randy Purgatory is the randy Heaven. I don't know what his name is now wherever is but God got rest soul he is his ghost Got bad news today. And then, as the Supreme Court's not interested, and that leads up, one can keep off cash and checks on that rift. Do knew Randy California's for that. And of course, the guys and lives after like, we're Led Zeppelin Sorry. And it's only the biggest song of all time. The Led Zeppelin song, So that's all resolved now, because once the Supreme say no, then era look, e. I mean the only other thing you waken handle something like that is through Fight Club and since Randy California's not here anymore. That's it. On Saturday night Live someone was him. Was an imposter. Megan, the stallion wasn't really there. You know that, As of course you don't. She's up a CZ performer and oh my goodness. She made a bold statement about Daniel Cameron here in Kentucky. Our attorney general. He answered today with a tweet and he said, My job's to funnel the facts. But Megan the Stallion, or supposedly it was her. On Saturday night Live had a whole segment in the middle of her song Savage. Or she used a clip of Malcolm X from 1962. I think something about how black women are the most disrespected people in our culture. And then they went into using a clip of Tameka Palmer. That's Briana Taylor's mother in the middle of Megan. The Stallion song Savage or wasn't really making the stallion.
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"To home W. H. H. S. dot com slash cancer I'm Dave Freeman on KQ weedy good morning to you NPR headlines at six thirty live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly president trump will be taking part in a wreath laying ceremony this morning at Arlington National Cemetery this afternoon the president will be speaking at the fort McHenry national monument in Baltimore C. marks Memorial Day a growing number of U. S. military veterans are being buried without funeral honors because of the corona virus Nick delicate now with member station WFAE E. reports from Charlotte North Carolina since mid April more than forty four hundred veterans have been buried in the U. S. without funeral ceremonies including thirty six at the national cemetery in Salisbury North Carolina mark beaver with the Rowan county veterans council says it's a situation no one point on a heart break into may be that they can't have a proper burial blasts and trying time the family don't have any a memorial service at a later date all cemeteries will remain open for individual visitation public events have been canceled around the country and the national cemetery administration says it will work with families to reschedule ceremonies in the future for NPR news I'm the delicate now in Charlotte Tokyo is no longer under a corona virus state of emergency Japan's prime minister lifted the restrictions today for the capital and for other areas they were the last in the country to be under that declaration Japan has recorded fewer than nine hundred covert nineteen deaths this is NPR news from Washington live from KQED news I mean it came after months of slowing down California's refineries are starting to ramp up operations stay at home orders left to lead to a big drop in travel and fuel demand but state energy officials say that's changing KQED's Ted Goldberg reports starting in mid March the drop in demand for jet fuel and gasoline man all of the state's refineries eased up on processing crude oil the marathon refinery in Martinez was titled local refining facilities cut hundreds of contract workers and gas prices drop significantly now the California energy commission says refineries are starting to process more crude for gasoline and diesel fuel because demand is rising again and the average cost of gas is slowly inching back up still the commission says California's refineries are operating well below their pre pandemic levels I'm Ted Goldberg KQED news California landlords could be barred from evicting commercial tenants over unpaid rent due during the emergency KQED Serra Hussaini reports a proposed state law would also that certain hard hit businesses renegotiate or drop out of previous leases bill author and state senator Scott Wiener of San Francisco says if restaurants and entertainment venues can't reach an new deal with our landlords they'd only be liable for three months of back rent it's in everyone's interest to make sure that we don't have a mass die offs of restaurants bars and cafes we think we're doing it in a way that is legally balance and we just want to make sure that these landlords come to the table and work things out with their attendance California business properties association president rex time calls the proposal lopsided against landlords and says he's pressing for a compromise I'm Sarah Hussaini KQED news and I mean again this is a completely new support for KQ weedy today comes from visitors coverage dot com covering travelers for travel in medical emergencies in the U. S. and.
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"M. talk a homicide in high point Kyle Wilson has the details police are investigating after a twenty two year old man was gunned down Friday night Khalil Jones was shot in the back as he drove his mopeds along wise Avenue family tell the triads fox eight he made mistakes but was trying to do better he had a whole life ahead of him that could have been you know the difference is this the choices he made and people they hung around with friends and family gathered for a memorial Saturday night police have not yet released any information about a suspect I'm Carl Wilson a political controversy involving a Stanley county cheerleading team is continuing to have reverberations state high school athletic association recently place nor Stanley highs cheerleaders on probation after a photo circulated on social media showing the team with the trump twenty twenty banner school district canceled last Friday night's football game against Jesse Carson high school out of Rowan county for safety reasons a fraternity at Appalachian state university is suspended until twenty twenty three tell cap Absalon already in trouble for a ledge problematic social media post misconduct and multiple police calls to chapters members addresses in Boone university officials say the fraternity has continued to carry on with activities despite being required to stop during its initial suspension TK's university recognition has been stripped owner of a western North Carolina corn maze paying tribute to a student killed in the U. N. C. Charlotte shooting earlier.
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"CBM six eighty today in Carroll County of the board board of county commissioners are going to vote on whether or not to settle a lawsuit that would keep the commissioners from starting board meetings with a prayer the lawsuit they pay a hundred twenty five thousand dollars to settle the suit which was brought in hate versus the Carroll County to residents sued the county in US District Court in Maryland because they believe sectarian prayer is the start of commissioners meetings to be unconstitutional super fall against the fifty fiftieth our farms are fifty nine board of commissioners which consist of haven shoemaker Richard Rothchild robin Fraser David Roche and dog Howard and of course the president of the board of Mister Steven once said it's his intent to settle the lawsuit but if they settled the lawsuit it would also signed a consent order agreeing never to have commissioner led prayers so again if they sell the lawsuit they pay on a hundred twenty five thousand dollars no more prayers ever said at the beginning of the Carroll County Board of commissioners the Carroll County Republican Central Committee put out a statement saying they're trying to courage and support the Carroll County Board of commissioners to continue the legal battle in support of the first amendment rights of elected officials in Maryland on the in America of Judeo Christian faiths to pray according to the dictates of their consciences by alternately de escalating this suit to the Supreme Court of the United States I support that statement in that position at the what is your friend or two rulings rolling number one came down last year for the fourth circuit they struck down the prayer practice as unconstitutional in North Carolina long version is Rowan county and the Supreme Court cases town of Greece research Galloway in which a court ruled the the town board meetings with a prayer over by clergy members he is not a violation of that according to the Supreme Court in there asking for a fall of clarification and interpretation I fall we've already resolve this issue in America today that we can lead our public gatherings and meetings emperor it does not establish a national prayer it is you can choose to say it or not it is your first amendment right to to practice your faith and it just doesn't mean in your own home because I thought they didn't Russia that's really do in China if you're not the the oval certain if you're Jewish and Russia you did their practice outside the the the home we practiced in the home and that was it otherwise you were persecuted for this is the United States of America if I give a county commissioner wants to say a prayer before meeting so be it I mean our our very own founding documents mentioned the creator god most people are going to agree with that but the thing is you have you have so many people out there no matter how many court rulings are are that would basically allow for prayer without establishing a certain religion there are going to be challenges to it right and is there will be consist eight even Supreme Court challenges at work no matter what the Supreme Court says they're going to be challenges in the future so there's a sub something that you know that this this country is going to and I thought I think is going to be facing for the foreseeable future so if you live in Carroll County or if you just want support the middle of the Carroll County those Republicans in this particular case you need to contact the Carroll County another of the abortive commissioner Steven wants that's W. A. N. T. easy I don't have his number or email get a forty later and urgent politely to not settle this case removing the ability of anybody to say a prayer at the Carroll County Board of I I think we're in a period of time right now in this country were we need prayer more than anything else now so the kids go I couldn't agree more seven forty.
"rowan county" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Great guy, and he happens to write in just now from pow Wayne New Jersey, I think I'm pronouncing it, right? Fortunately, yeah. That's the scene of the synagogue murderer yesterday. The rabbi still in the hospital and some woman actually protected around by sixty three years old and wound up taking a bullet wound up passing away. But the bottom line is, you know, why these things continue to happen synagogues churches because the shooter's think it's a safe place. Right. Who in the world is going to be armed right in in a synagogue or church. That's why your arm you have a concealed weapons permit. My attitude. Take it with you to Senegal don't be there. And be sitting take it with you to church your last to carry. Well, then carry don't sit there and God forbid something happens. I think you should have the opportunity to harm yourself, and maybe shooters thought that more people than these places, maybe wouldn't happen. I don't know. But even if that's not true, why sit there and be completely defenseless. Right. Wind up. Why not have any ability to fight back? They're also looking at. He may have burned down a mosque are tempted. Right. Exactly. You know, there's always going to be nuts. But if there's going to be nuts looks remember that had happened in Charleston, South Carolina. To them yet. Exactly. So you don't don't be sitting duck is the way is the way I feel about it. But we take our first call the hour, we go to Jillian Hallandale. Good morning. How are you Jillian? I well say here. Yeah. A horrible thing about California actual investigate it to the cause as opposed to just you know, complicity thing. Let's get back to the practical question here. We have a lot of stages lately that are signed by board of directors are these pages part of formal records. And can they be requested for inspection? And also the other part of this question. What constitutes the board of directors? Does it mean that they said down agreed on this communication and published it because there's no name it just says board of directors meeting what they're sending letters out with when the? Notices on the bulletin board. One page has some information sometimes information completely lacks any meetings signed board of directors oriented side manager, such and such on behalf of board of directors. But sometimes it just signed board of directors, and we have no idea where it's coming from. And is authorized or just, you know, a delirium of the president it don't know why not ask them. You know, ask them in a certified letter and call it a unit owner inquiry and ask when notices are posted on the board. Is that something that the board is agreeing upon or is it what is the policy of the board when it comes to posting notices or they voted upon is it approved by board members by Email is it approved by telephone. What is it is it an opinion of the board of directors, or is it opinion of one? And I think you would be entitled to get an answer. If you send it in writing certified mail and call it a unit or inquiry. They would have. Shutters unit on inquiry and under condo law under seventeen. They would have an obligation to respond to you within thirty days. I think it's a valid question. And what triggers mandatory response is again calling it a unit owner inquiry. Okay. But that will that will give them an ability to form the policy where non has actually been in the Pammy, there is a policy, and we don't know. Right. We don't know. Maybe they have a policy ask them what the policy is. If not ask them to adopt one. So that you know, when something is published it actually is decision of the board and not a decision of one. But then if they still they still find by the board is that a formal record of the association can I request. He has short, of course, anything absolutely anything that goes out the bottom of it says by board of directors. Of course, that's an official record of these sociation. It has to do with the operation of the association. And that's what makes it an official record. And the statute has been interpreted very broadly over the years where it could be any way related to the operation of the association. It is an official record. And you have a right to access and copy it, okay? Juliette about we got to Howard in holiday as well. Our Howard would morning ever. Appreciate your show. Great Greg on Sunday morning educated. Thank you. So. Possible class action lawsuit of five hundred and four H. Eight. Had. Paying storm water fees taxes on their water Bill monthly really lot. The city refuses to clean the storm water system costs. Thousands of dollars inspected to satisfy Rowan county who's in the city. Prevents the city of Hollywood cleaning soil water fees drains, which say do all around young circle, the segregate not the servicing still water system, which goes into a Hollywood pop lake believe, we can recover maybe a couple hundred thousand dollars a year. This is the monthly see that's not being. Of the you saying it's free. That's applying in your community, but not outside your community. The all city, but the services being done all over except on HBO property where they refuse to go on at the same time. They have no problem services water sewer beneath call been cleaned in twenty years. You've been on service without any TV cameras around you on the board you on your board of community. No. But I'm very activist. So. Lawsuit. When things like this come up, and they do from them. And then when you have a HOA or a condo have dispute. Over could be almost anything could be storm water issues could be garbage collection issues that we've had over the years with municipalities. It could be electrical issues. Why not have the Terni the association right letter to the city manager or the city attorney and request a friendly meeting. It doesn't have to turn into a class action right off the bat doesn't have to turn into litigation is still means of resolving disputes between your sociation and the city that it's in and they're paying for the service in a friendly manner. You can sit down, you know, find a lot of city managers to be very cooperative. And if the problem, they don't want to truly your good city manager, you don't wanna have the people in your community unhappy you actually do want to stay in your community and pay taxes there. And if it's something that could be done. They will oftentimes bend over backwards to help. Before the city commission twice and the engineers won't even talk to me on the utility. Well, they'll do respect has these has the association come at it from the attorney perspective. Hundred or four lots I want the storm drain cleaned the lamp. The main coal and prevent flooding. I hear you. But but there's there's strength in numbers and the best way to do. This is to do it again by having the HOA attorney try to take care of on behalf of the entire community and not just for one owner. But on that note, we gotta take our next call Howard. Thanks for chiming in about we got gotta Tracy in Palm Beach. Hi. Sure thing. My question is regarding the parking of trucks in an HOA community. We've lived in our community for about seven or eight years, and when he moved in there were people who had trucks, and he did not and in the last couple of years, we got one. But as it turns out, there has been a room in our documents regarding, you know, Detroit saying there should be no pickup trucks in the neighborhood. Right. Can only them in your garage. Okay. So now, the the community is sending letters to what they we need a park in the garage look cover, the FOX, you know, using car cover my quick its forcible is for community that has been established somewhere in the mid age can now suddenly start enforcing this room. Or is this even enforceable? All legal can they say, no pickup truck. Yeah. They're these rules have been determined to be enforced. But you got to look at how the. Specific clause in the governing documents is written. You have to see this specific pickup trucks. Does it? Specifically say Trump's you have to look at how the definition of truck is defined in your governing documents because it might just mean something with commercial lettering is your truck have any commercial lettering on it. Our truck has commercial lettering. I actually have the except profit here. Promoting any business on the hanging any tools of that Trump. So is it primarily used for passenger transportation? Correct. Right. So there are some cases out there that have been decided by arbitrators for the state of Florida that say well really have to look at what the the intended purpose of that vehicle is it's intended primarily for transportation of people. Right. It might not necessarily full within the definition of your governing documents as illegal vehicle in might be perfectly fine. However on the other hand if it's has any commercial lettering. If it has any tools that might mean, it has to go outside of an owner garage after five pm. Yes. So you're seems to be very very specific very clear not much ambiguity in it. Right pickup truck. So yet, what would that be enforceable? Yes, it can be enforceable. And as long as they're not just picking on you, right? If they're doing it to everybody. Then you also wouldn't have the what's called selective enforcement selective enforcement is not a sword. But it's a shield. You basically say well, you can't just single me out for prosecution. So if they're singling you out you might have a defense. But if they are not singling, you out Tracy looks like they may very well have a valid and enforceable provisions in their governing documents. And if they fought you on it, they could probably win. All right. But on that note, we got to go to war. Bottom of the hour break taking your calls. Everybody. Keep them coming. Keep carrying an eye on our toes at eight seven seven eight fifty eight five eighty five eight seven seven eight fifty eight five eighty five we'll be back right after this..
"rowan county" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Former Rowen county clerk Kim Davis made news national news national headlines in Kentucky some years ago was she refused to sign marriage licenses for gay couples. So she was sued by a number of couples. There are eight people altogether so four couples sued her. And the governor of Kentucky. Matt Bevin said that she is responsible now for nearly two hundred twenty five thousand dollars in legal fees and court costs incurred by the couples who sued her she gotta pay their legal fees because she lost. And the reason why is because even after the supreme court same sex marriage decision. She announced that she held religious objects to gay marriage and along with grant, marriage license. Anyone in Rowan county? She's defied the supreme court and she figured oh. Based on your religious beliefs that they would overturn that. Which didn't really happen? The way she wanted it to happen. Obviously when these lawsuits were going on. So she's got a pay. Now, the the the governor. A culture an inspiration to the children of America, but his attorneys at a different tone. Her attorney his attorneys, rather. The governor's attorney said her local policy stood in direct conflict with her statutory obligation to issue. Marriage license to qualify Kentucky. Couples the local policy also undermined the Commonwealth of Kentucky is interest in upholding the rule of law. So even though you feel a certain way. Vause law. If you don't like it, go get another job, but the people like her and the guy in Colorado who won't take the the cake for the gay couple for the wedding. I say for the beginning. I everybody's got their price. There are phonies as far as I'm concerned with this whole Fanis, if there was a million dollar cake. Believe in Adam and eve, not Adam and stave. Okay. Well, here's one hundred million dollars. We can assign the license where do I sign? Here's my pen us on every page. Yeah. I'll get married for them. Right. I'll marry a woman for that one hundred million dollars. Yeah. I mean, like I said everybody has their price where they where they all of a sudden that they don't have these religious beliefs. She included. I that's just my guess. So what does she has a gofundme page or I don't know if he has the money. I don't I doubt she has the money, but she's going to have to pay it up be the whole gay marriage discussion and issue is so stupid. What a waste of time. Who gives a crap? What do you care? You really is your life going to change. If you sign a marriage license and two people go what do you care what they do? I should that matter to you. Or clearly they're afraid that they're going to be forced to marry gay next. Obviously seriously. You know, the bottom line is you had a job to do. You were a cleric the law is the law. If you didn't do it, then, you know, you were you responsible for whatever, you know, whatever cost you incur, or the car, whatever the whatever that is responsible, you shouldn't she going to try to fight it. But I mean, seriously, it's still still the difference is is. If it's your own business. You have have the right to refuse service. But you work for the government. The government doesn't have a right to refuse anybody. If the law says, you know, these guys can get married. They can get married. You have the right to. Dr refused service, even if it's your own business number two black people walk in how many times we've heard about black people walk into a restaurant or a bar. We're not serving you and this bar happened. You absolutely have the right to refuse service to them. But the difference is if you're doing that, you're hurting your brand because people are going to start saying, oh, well, so this place is run by our own by a racist. No one's going to go and eat there anymore. So the government is not protecting you from the backlash that the community will have because that's just part of it. But there are anti discrimination laws in this country. So you can't get like hiring though. That's not I. Well. No, no. No. Yes. For for serving as well. You can't you can't just get away. Just can't say no blacks allowed really not saying nineteen fifty four you could do that in Selma Alabama island. You can't do that now. No, we're we're getting off the top. The bottom line is a gay marriage is a stupid. Issue shouldn't even be an issue. But people still make it an issue based on their religion, or whatever's. If that's how you believe that's great. But the bottom line is the law is the law the law changes than do what you wanna do. But this brim court ruled against her. So I said there's a woman who has this syndrome. Julia McDowell and it's called Cynthia. It's where to more of your senses, get scrambled in your brain. So if she hears a word. Like. Like, even if a salad like so many blows a trumpet. It sounds like orange to her. She'll smell and orange is weird. But the brain is weird. Like, you'll never really fully understand what the brain can do. Amazing. Right. So her brain associates words with different tastes. So she's gone viral. You could actually send your name in for I guess a fee certain amount of money, you could send it in. And she'll tell you what what's your name sounds would it tastes like what you taste like she's got millions of requests for the past week basic couldn't keep ups going to hire some people now to keep up you could actually donate money to her podcast a podcast through pay pal? So no set amount on the on the donation center. What you want, and she'll send something back to you. Like, here's what you taste like, it's funny. All right. So here are a few examples. The name Aaron to her taste like stale chocolate bar not a chocolate bar, but it's still chocolate bar. Ouch. Brandon and Brent both tastes like Coca Cola. So if you say, hey, my name is brandy like a good cook a color, Brian tastes like shredded. Coconut, okay. Danielle tastes like spaghetti os. Okay. Wouldn't that be great? If this is a budget crap. I mean, I kind of want it to be real. But for me because I love to be able to just take like a name on repeat on a recorder and have myself a nice little meal. We just have like a nice buffet. I would just have like ten people come in. It's like having a buffet with Brandon. Let's see Brandon Danielle bread, man. Oh, man. Ellison. Good eating and you have to eat anything. Exactly. It's a great diet. Maybe maybe that's the the end game here game is that she's trying to sell. Diet plan. You too can be afflicted with this just. Yeah. Anyways. So Keith as like mint gum. If your name is Madison tastes like a mix of chocolate in your wax. Oh, that's good Madison. How do you know what that is? That's a good question. Who who is like the first person eat the air wax. How 'bout every four year old out there? It's not even the earwax part the chocolate mixed with it. You know? It's like the joke about like how did the receives come peanut butter and chocolate. But your wax. Well, maybe it's maybe it's it's it's something that you need to try next time. You get a good one in your ear. Just grab grab a Snickers. I wasn't paying attention when I stopped my chocolate bar to my ear ear in ear wax hoodoo. Let's see here. Sam tastes like tuna fish. Sean tastes like furniture polish. Furniture polish. Well, but I guarantee you what she thinks furniture policies or what it smells like maybe that's associated with. Wendy the name, Wendy, according to her tastes like watered-down down orange juice, not orange juice with water. But it would be with pulp or no pope. No, I'm sorry. That would be Heather is the no pulp when he is the pulp garett you want to know what you I'm hesitant to ask. When I what do I taste like stale week old bread? Really? Yes. Come about me. She said, but sweat. Announced. All right. By the way, if you wanna really when you want to contact her you can I kind of want to know what I taste like Twitter. With. Take this back. You can feel more in this part of I I guarantee if you send her known say, hey, you wanna know what I taste like you're not going to get a response. By the way, you can contact. Our Twitter handle is at Julie. A an Julie a capital A capital. M C Dowell DO W A L L fighter which tastes like speaking of the tasting. So this is the first time since nineteen a one that we're coming up on Valentine's Day the conversation. Hearts won't be on sale. Oh, like the little ones with the you like me. I like you. I love you little hard. Yeah. I mean that's been around since I was a kid, which I'll tell the story. So for some whatever reason they decided to not going to sell them. And it's like the first time since one thousand nine hundred one that I guess they they didn't have the rights to produce them this time. Oh, wow. So they lost. They were made by neck. Oh, you know, the Necker wafers, the company Neka waivers. They went out of business last July, the Spangler candy company acquired the rights to make the conversation hearts. They weren't able to get the production up this year. So we'll be back next year. But this year, you're not gonna be able to get him. And so to replace them. Crispy cream is is gonna do conversation donuts. Perfectly garrett. No, I stopped. The they're going to start him. I guess Wednesday before whatever whatever the day before Valentine's Day, you'll be able to get him at crispy the conversation. Call me pick me crazy for you. So I bought all of those that now Valentine's Day for me is the it's an anniversary of sorts. It's the university of my first rejection. And so I don't know. I really don't like the holiday. I don't like it for a lot of other reasons. But I just I just don't I don't I don't like it might have caused a little fishy when I was married, and I kind of forgot about it. I just I just you know, just kind of turned it off. And I was like I gotta do it. So when I was gonna say I was in third grade at nine third grade nine right? I think nine eight or nine something like that. Or did you graduate in twelfth? So any normal graduate around eight kindergartens five. First grade six second grade, seven third grade eight is so I had I had I had kind of the Hotspur. A girl in school. All right. Yeah. As you do I mean, I was a little young didn't really know. What what I was feeling just knew that I had to think for of course, she was the tallest girl in the class taller than all the guys blonde hair. Glam very. Chicks. What any of those words? Absolutely. So not Jewish everything. Blonde. Everything that you don't get. If you're see when you grow up as a Jewish. So of course, she's the one I picked out thought. This'll be really really good. 'cause I'm gonna go up to the store. I'm going to get these conversation hearts. I'm going to get you know, a car I'm going to pick it all out. And you know, I'm gonna give it to her. And I'll ask you be my Valentine. That's what's going to happen. There will be boyfriend and girlfriend and do it boyfriend girlfriends do which was done nothing. Really? I just do that boys and girls would be boyfriend girlfriend the movie, I don't know what it was. But I just do that. You know, I kinda Duggar I had feelings that at eight eighty nine. So I goes to my mom takes me to the store. I go up to this drug this like this, candy drugstore. It was called Jim Nells. It was an east Islip on main street in east Islip. I can love forget it is the same place that you could get your your your pharmaceuticals. You get Halloween costumes. You get the candy. It was like a WalMart. Very small really small woman. Anything and everything and anything, and they sold everything. Right toiletries, all the stuff drugstore. But also like a candy place card is all that. So I went up, and I went in and my mom took me we took me to the cards. And I went to the Valentine's Day section with all of them. Just just really spent a lot of time making pick the right one and found the card that I thought was the right one. And then I went through the candy, and I got the conversation hearts. Do you like me? Will you be my Valentine? They said, you know, picked out those that and it came to like a little at a like a a bunch of the cans where like in a Nettie had like a netting around like a net. Like a like a satchel with a ribbon around peak ribbon around perfect. So I had that. And and I had the card and then the next day. I went to school Valentine's Day. I'm sitting in the cafeteria with all my boys hanging out. Tell him what's about to happen. She sitting probably I don't know like twenty feet away thirty feet away something like that at the table with all the popular girls. Of course, you know, blonde hair tallest one Chicago, look, you should have been in fifth grade. But she's a third grade that kind of developed now maybe not really develop, but just kinda, you know, look, look like let older for the old chicks. So guys like I said I'm heading over there. I'm going and get me a Valentine a little bit. You guys what your plan? But watch how it's done and I walk over there that quarter rise. Make that corduroy. I'm nervous as all hell, man. I got butterflies. I feel like, you know, I just eat my bed cafeteria pizza ovens. I was I was not feeling a little queasy. I was very nervous. Adam west needs to be third like narrating this. Christmas story. Yeah. I was very nervous. I walk up to her..
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"Grimes says that covering her tyranny in the alleged tyranny in the secretary of state's office is sexist. She is I swear to God. She's reading a script if you if you look to the side, she has a book that says how Hillary would do it. Did you see the video on the herald? I think it was Currie journals article. Shatter a little baby. He's holding her little baby. My little baby. I'm on the TV. I'm a little baby adopted dog behind her. I'm just a mother trying to take care of my little baby. And then like every now, and then in the middle of the interview, she would like reach down and take it little nappy and put it up over, and it would make a cute little Koo Koo and she'd be like, yeah. At sexist for people to attack me. I'm a nice, mommy. Think about this. If the courier journal and the herald leader have to out a democrat Howard. How is it? It's bad. How bad is it? Kenny Brown is the Boone county clerk, he joins us now on NewsRadio eight forty W H A S, Kenny. How are you, sir? I'm doing okay. And how are you? First of all, I wanna say so glad that you are okay, recovering and getting back in the saddle buddy. Appreciate that. And a lot of friends idol episode on election night, but I'm on the mend and we're back. But so I got my mind, right? And we're not sexist. We're we're just trying to secretary of state to do the job. Well, and I think part of the problem is that this is a bipartisan thing, you're a Republican. But there's a lot of Democrats in fact when when the first complain it was a Republican member of the state board of elections. She had him fired. But when the second complain, it was a democrat that guy was the first guy was a Republican the second guy with a democrat. And then county clerks started writing letters and co authoring letters of both parties, she's got a problem on our hands. What is it? That's bothering you guys. What what bothers me about the sexist thing. I mean, that's kind of what your lead with. Here's. You just pointed out he was making these claims it can't be sexist. If two people that are making the claims, the whistle blowers in this in this deal are both people that she brought in holdover rogue for years from a different regime. These are people handpicked by her right worked for her salt. What's going on and brought these things to life, and they're they're they're obviously concerning allot different levels. Especially with the clerks. We work daily with the state board of elections. And we hear things like there's a blacklist of county clerks not to work with and now, she's she's injected herself into the recruiting and training poll workers or attempting to do that which is solely left to the county board of elections local done locally, but she's trying to interject yourself into that as well. Plus the access to the voter rolls is. Widespread in the secretary of state's office, which has nothing to do with maintaining the voter roll. She has a blacklist of county clerks not to work with you. Remember, what came out of this? Back last summer when page letter from Jerry during the claims, she was analyst. Director of her staff not to work with these certain clerks and all those clerks one on them on the list personally. To be Republican. What happens if those county clerks have an election issue that they need her to deal with? That that's the issue. We work with we work with the state board of elections, which you know, she is the chair of that. But those folks have been putting a really precarious position down there and are all the folks in that state board of elections office. They they tried to do the same thing county clerks do around the state, we're all partisan. We're all have a party affiliation. Whether it's a democrat or Republican, but we all take our hats off. I could call Don beloved, he's the, you know, the biggest democrat Johnny clerk in the state, and he would help me on any issue. I had we take those those hats off when it comes to putting on the election. And that's the way it should be handled in the state board of elections office will is a democrat, and he has also outspoken about this. Agrees with you and says that there's a problem here. He's one of those that have come forward and said we have an issue here. And there's a an issue of integrity of elections. That's taking place. Should we worry about the state of mind of a secretary of state who when she's investigated allegedly attempts to intimidate those that are complaining, and then turns around and says, hey, this is a sexist. Organized smear by the herald leader propublica and the Republican party. I mean that that's that is so incredibly far fetched that I worry about the state of mind of somebody who would say that. Well, the good thing about it is is the the elections is really run by the county court. So the secretary of state is chairman of the board of elections by by by statute, but the day to day operations in the the voter roll is controlled by the secretary of state's or excuse me, the state board of Alexis, sir. Concern. They're the big thing concerning to me. There's a boon county court we were named in that lawsuit of the county that had more registered voters than citizens, basically over the age of eighteen and so we were our local board here, we're we're pushing for the state where Alexis to start the process because it's a long process to clean up the voter rolls from inactive voters begged him to to start that process. And then they had to be sued then a federal magistrate or an order comes down to to cover the start. And then it comes out to these whistle blowers that she is slow walk in this process of getting the voter rolls cleared up. What is the reason for that? She she claims that well, I guess our disposition would be that that that cleaning up the voter rose is somehow a version of voter suppression. I don't quite understand that because it seems to me that it's actually voter suppression. When a county. Has more registered voters than actual people in the county. That means there's room for shenanigans. If there are shenanigans that means people's votes were suppressed, so it's actually the opposite of that left wing ideology that somehow or another cleaning up the voting rose and making sure that people that are supposed to vote are the ones on the roles and no one else that's not suppression of vote. That's protection of both. Right. And then all of a sudden, she has an interest and trying to interject herself into a coworker training of all things. I mean, there's fifteen thousand poll workers in Kentucky. And she used her office to to communicate with them knows how much that spent a letter she sent to them since he started his campaign. So she's not only you. You know, doing the voter what the voter roll thing hold that up. But she's trying to interject yourself and tell Boone county who's going to be a poll worker. Well, the long on Kentucky is you have to be a citizen of that county. You can't send me somebody up here. From from Elliot county to work in a coal Kentucky's a directive of the state board of elections. That's ridiculous. And that's what she's trying to do. What is the recourse here for Kentuckians? I mean there there's still one more story that supposedly coming. This is three part series. The first you have not been kind to her. She's now responding with an absolutely ludicrous claim that it's sexism which shows that she's very disturbed by this. What's the recourse for Kentuckians? Because we have a big election coming up this fall. It's going to involve, you know, our governor, and she's going to be in charge of that election, theoretically. Radically. Yes. But again, it goes down to the local the local county clerk actually put on the election. We're the ones that recruit the poll workers actually do the operation. I mean, there is there is some interaction with the state board and things like that. But but I think the people Kentucky. As partisan as they come. You know, that is Republican, but I can tell you that I have competence in the county clerk's across the state the put on a fair election. No matter who sitting in the secretary of state's office today. So then what's the point of all of this? If it doesn't really matter. What's the point? Sure. Sure matters because we can't allow this to go on. I mean, you know, some of these things were brought to light they have to be brought to light we can't allow it to go on whether it's Republican or democrat doing, right? So is there recourse can she be impeached? Well, there's talk of that. I'm not I'm not a lawyer by any means. I don't know what I I don't I don't know of anybody who's ever been impeached in it take an act of the legislature. I I would think but. But you know, what the year left? I don't know if they'd have to have a special session or doing the session. I can't imagine that happening. But yeah. You know, interesting. I before I let you go. There's another issue. That's kind of boiling out there you were instrumental. I think in solving the crisis with the Rowan county clerk's office where way at least you put forward an idea that was like, look, here's how we do it in Boone county. You know, you you particularly personally didn't think marriage is between a man and a woman, but you also didn't want to you didn't want to stand in the way of the rights of of of other people who chose to get married in same sex relationships. And so you came up with a way of handling that where you would give that to another county clerk member of your office that could handle that. And you actually came up with a form that would work. Recently. The governor's lawyers have said that the former or the riot recurrent Rowan county clerk, she's gonna have to pay your own legal fees because she didn't do her job when an office. What are your thoughts on that? Well, my thought I thought is that the person who should pay a responsible for this Stiebel sheer if you'll remember governor Bashir would not up in and do the executive order that right? His first day in office. And and relieve the county clerk's from their name being on the marriage license, Kim Davis and a lot of like myself. We didn't religiously at religious problems with this. And all we asked what we don't want our name on that document right now the name of our deputies are willing to do it. That'd be fine. But we don't want Kenny Brown, and that's the time Kim Davis. His name was on every every marriage licenses that came out around driving. So there's a there's always send the Bill is to share with. He would not would not step in. And do what it was. It was an easy fix. It was an easy fix, and you and I talked about it at the time. It was an easy fix that allowed for the people with religious reasoning to do their part to do the do things the way they saw fit, but also not abridge the rights of those who had according to the supreme court, you know, these new constitutional rights to get married to same sex situation. So. It was easy solution. And he wouldn't do it. I want to bring up a second. I'm not an attorney. But I got about two minutes. Go ahead. You can look into Kentucky law on this on who's responsible for issuing a marriage license, and it is the county clerk. But it says if the county cork of not available the judge executive that county can issue marriage license and also every county around Rowan county was given out marriage marriage licenses to same sex if they wanted to attack time, I don't see how the ACO usually get anything because that.
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"Trump is still holding open. The possibility of declaring a national emergency along the US Mexican border on February fifteen the committee. We'll come back, and if they don't have a wall, I don't even wanna waste my time. Reading what they have funding for one quarter of the federal government expires on February fifteenth raising the chance of another partial government shutdown in today. Democrats have released their opening offer Democrats are offering fifty five billion dollars for the department. Of homeland security overall the most contentious part of that budget is of course items related to the southern border. It includes fifty million dollars for quote, maintenance and improvement of facilities for customs and border patrol field operations, but makes no reference to any sort of wall or other physical barrier. A house appropriations spokesperson said the six page document represents their opening offer in negotiations. And that all proposals will be thoughtfully considered alley. Rogan ABC news Capitol Hill a declaration of national emergency would allow the president to divert defense department funding for a border wall. But if you make such a declaration House Democratic leaders are expected to initiate an immediate court challenge. Just in time for tax season. A local tax preparer admits to filing false returns thirty year old Ritchie gene, pled guilty to falsifying documents filed for the twenty thirteen to twenty fifteen tax years. Yup. Perata blessed pro tax services from two thousand fourteen to twenty sixteen federal investigators say he manipulated clients wages in order. To maximize the earned income tax credit also admitted in court claiming false schedule a deductions education credits fuel tax credits and schedule C income and expenses for his clients. The IRS says he losses to the agency amounted to less than one hundred thousand dollars, Scott Jennings. Newsradio six ten WTVN. Former Rowan county clerk Kim Davis is being called on today to pay the nearly two hundred and twenty five thousand dollars in legal fees over her refusal to issue marriage certificates to same sex. Couples in Kentucky lawyers for Kentucky's governor Matt Bevins' say Davis failed to do her job. A three judge panel expected to hear the case today who will decide who must pay the fee earlier. A district court had ruled that Kentucky must do. So the state is appealing that decision. A leading manufacturer of opioids is filing a motion to stay judge's decision to release details about how they responded to the nation's crisis with the drug Purdue pharma is owned by the Sackler family and makes the painkiller. Oxycontin on Monday as Suffolk County. Superior judge ruled that an unredacted complaint must be released by February. I the lawsuit claims the Purdue knew that opioids represented a threat to the health of Americans because it was so highly addictive government statistics claim that more than seventy thousand Americans died in two thousand seventeen because of opioid overdoses Brian shook NBC News Radio. Meanwhile, Ohio governor Mike dewine attended a town hall at cedar Ville university last night to discuss the drug epidemic. A ninth lawsuit is now expected to be filed against Mount Carmel. And Dr William useful that latest wrongful death lawsuit involves a Mount Carmel patient who died on November nineteenth a date that the hospital says is after they first learned of allegations that Dr Houston was providing patients with excessive doses of drugs, causing their death. At least thirteen patients have now been identified as the investigation is reviewing at least a thirty four deaths of patients who are in Dr. Hugh, cels care. I'm Allison Wyatt. Stay connected to Columbus on the hour at the half. And as news breaks frigid with some sunshine for the rest of the afternoon. We will see a high near ten snow likely tonight with lows hovering around ten degrees. That's no will fall in the morning. We could see around two to five inches expected before noon afternoon. Highs tomorrow up twenty eight currently eighty nine degrees..
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"But. Minus thirty I just I can't get over that. It's just intense incredible. If you thought Russia's put their nasty internet games on hold the is no at least, not according to federal prosecutors for special counsel, Robert Muller, they say Russian hackers stole info from their investigation and altered it as part of a disinformation campaign Muller's team says in October of last year Twitter account tweeted at the head access to mothers probe database and blended nonsense non-sensitive discovery to make it appear as though the irrelevant files contained on the web page were in fact, the sum total evidence. So the special counsel's office says the account used to publish a discovery materials, that's evidence and documents between both sides of a court case was registered by user with an IP address that resides in Russia. The Twitter kind of since been suspended on the FBI has found no evidence that US government servers including servers by the special counsel office fell victim to any computer intrusion. So I mean, why even bother with? I mean here here's the deal. This has been going on for two years. Marked by words of said this before this is going to be a not a big nothing burger when finally released it probably will not be released to the public. I just have a gut feeling about that. Even though I know they want to at least some parts of it. But the Democrats are going to make sure that they don't release this report. They don't want us to see, you know, exactly what they did in you know, in this last two years besides wasting an awful lot of money. And if that in fact becomes true, I think somebody should be responsible for the cost of this show. Many of these things go on and Senate and with these Senate. Subcommittees and congressional subcommittees and all this stuff. And I've said this numerous times, and even when something is proven that they were totally wrong. Not even close we spent hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars for this stuff when we have so many issues where that money could go for something better. I mean, let me give you an example. What's the price for maintaining your religious beliefs? Looks like it's going to be two hundred twenty five thousand dollars. This is a perfect example here. So if you stop doing the job that you're paid to do just as former Rowan county clerk, Kim Davis. Remember her as lawyers for Kentucky. Governor Matt Bevin are calling on former Rowan county clerk Kim Davis to pay the nearly two hundred twenty five thousand dollars in legal fees over her refusal to issue marriage certificates to same sex couples. Now, an interesting Tournus the Republican governors praised Davis in the past fast forward to now and his attorneys say Davis failed to do. Her job. Three judge panel the six circuit court of appeals, which is in Cincinnati. Excuse me will hear the case tomorrow. To decide who must pay the fees. I think she should pay the fees. It was because of her that this had to be brought in to begin with so district crawled port rule in two thousand seventeen Kentucky must do. So the state, of course, is appealing that decision. The same thing should go without without doubt. If you have if you call together a session in congress or session in the Senate, and it turns out to be a big nothing burger, then somebody should pay for that. That ought to come out of their budgets. Does it have to come out of their pockets? But it could. But I'm just saying come out of their personal budgets for their positions. In the Senator in the house. And maybe just maybe some of this stuff, which is a total waste of money. I mean, look at the attorney general the acting attorney general we know he's gonna get confirmed. Just like I forgot what the judge's name was the last judge that was put on the supreme court. It's a shame that forgot his name. But we knew going into that he was going to get confirmed. And of course, he did. So they wasted. All that time all that energy all that money. On something that we knew was going to happen. And those things just interest infuriates me how how much money we waste every one of these situations and WikiLeaks this is very interesting to has released. Internal Vatican documents about a fight between pope Francis. And a Catholic knights order as a small collection of documents doesn't shed any new light on the twenty sixteen conflict between the pope the knights of Malta longtime. Vatican watchers say that the fact is WikiLeaks breached internal communications, and that's an alarm bell about what the anti secrecy site might reveal next. Well, it's not like they're breaking into servers. Just sharing information. I read some of this stuff this morning, and I gotta tell you. If you get a chance check it out because it's a really interesting to see an inside perspective of the Vatican. I think it's not what you would expect. That's the best thing can tell you. I don't want to give it all away. Eight seven seven eight fifty eighty five eighty five eight seven seven eight fifty eighty five eighty five I feel like it's a Friday for some reason. I think it's the dreariness that's outside know, if you've got something on your mind, I'd love to hear from you. I call day Jonathan Stewart. How are you say? Very depressed about Trump's shutdown at cost the economy. Three billion dollars. Okay. And what have you done affect? You. All those go ahead. I'm that affect you. How does it affect me? Yeah. The United States economy. How did it affect you? I don't know. I just I think it's outrageous. Okay. But why do you think outrageous? The fact is saying he's good for the economy smarter than me communists, he's smarter than the generals and he caused the economy. Three billion dollars. Okay. But how does that affect you? How does it affect you? Let me answer that for you. Okay. Okay. Affect you at all America. It does not affect your at all. Question when you talk just keep repeating the same crap John come on come up with some new material crap. Yes, sir economies. A bunch of crap y'all. I do care about the economy. Economy's doing the answer is the economy's doing very very well. As a matter of fact. Billion dollars. John John John John listened to me the economy is doing fine. The stock market is doing fine. Our interest rates looks like they're not gonna up them again because the economy is actually doing fine and number three. This does not affect me or you when it does. Then let's have this conversation over again. Okay. Stocks have gone down by stocks have gone down crappy stocks cause by stocks went up all stock markets. There's no year. Right. It's a fact. You should talk to my stockbroker. Why Campbell riches name why? And you talk to them about the economy about Trump. Whether he's good for the economy. You know, what is just another leftist broker that just doesn't get it. And that broker. A and that is, but wait a minute. Wait a minute. Post fast. According to the Washington Post. That's a great source sack. Trick checker Basil's owns the Washington Post. John come on, you're smarter than this. There's no fact checker in the Washington Post. Let's take a tie. You're listening to the rich Stevens show bar scheme radio.
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"H A S Kentucky. Breaking news, weather and traffic station. Guys. Hang with me just a second here because this Davis. Story. I think they'll wind up being a bigger deal than what we're thinking right now round county cork Kim Davis. Remember, she had the religious beliefs and as the county clerk around county. She would not she refused to issue marriage certificates for same sex couples. So now, the governor, and and some of his attorneys are calling on her to pay the two hundred twenty five thousand dollars in legal fees over said, refusal of this, right? Hang with me. So now the governor has praised miss Davis in the past. And now the attorney say Davis failed to do her job. A three judge panel. The six circuit court of appeals in Cincinnatti will hear the case tomorrow to decide who must pay the fees. The district court ruled in two thousand seventeen that Kentucky the state must do show and the state is appealing that decision. So she didn't do her job. So, but then she left her job early after she lost on the election. And so now they're saying as a result of that she has to pay the freight on this governor Bevin, by the way. It's also interesting to note corner herald leader. That the governors general counsel. Steve Pitt said Wednesday yesterday that the governor still personally supports miss Davis in contesting the federal courts awarded attorney's fees against the Commonwealth outside counsel, retained by the Beshir's administration to represent the governor's office have taken no position as to whether MS Davis acted unconstitutionally. Governor Bevin does not believe that she has done. So and continues to support miss Davis actions. Where's this going? Well, I guess at the end will, you know, we always here, you can't see the government or can the government. Sue you for these kinds of things if you were an elected official who refused to do your duty shouldn't elected official be held accountable for not following the law, and how many times has that could have been broken maybe do legislators or otherwise, for example, not funding the pension at levels that it was called for by them to vote on to make sure that they they they budgeted correctly over the decades because I don't think this is the government suing a private citizen. This is the government suing Kim Davis. In her capacity as former Rowan county clerk, let's technicality is because she left her job early. But they're suing in that her actions that there's those suing for for financial actions that took place while she was on the job Commonwealths dime. This isn't all that terribly different from Andy Bashir and governor Bevin trading lawsuits over everything right? I mean, it's it's too political. But it's that coming out of their coffers. This is coming out of a citizens coffers now as a private citizen private citizen, but she's going to have to you know, there's there was no way of knowing when this all played out that she was going to be challenged and lose a general election bid the other question. I would have is could late say the federal government as a result of whatever happens in this case, then sue any other state government, governor or representatives if the federal laws not. Harkin here or in the law. If you will I wonder what could set up here. I don't really know. It's getting I'm getting into the weeds on it a little bit. Don't let the federal like the US attorney general doesn't they take states to task if sure if rulings are, but they take states to task this is this is different because it's more personal. It's about a person paying the freight for not doing her job as an elected official. That's where I'm kind of getting getting to hear. I mean. Well, she. Yawn Kim Davidson her her defense. I mean, she's entitled to have her her religious beliefs. We all have religious, beliefs and standards and morals and whatnot. But you know, there comes a time where if you're going to be on the state's clock you have to do it states way and she opted to take her personal stance and bring it across the line out of the realm of state government. And I think that when you blur that line goes both ways, and that that's.
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"Kentucky, NS, breaking news, weather, and traffic station. Guys. Hang with me for just a second here. Because this Kim Davis story, I think could wind up being a bigger deal than what we're thinking right now. Rowan county cork Kim Davis. Remember, she had the religious beliefs and as the county clerk around county, she. Would not she refused to issue marriage certificates for same sex couples. So now, the governor, and and some of his attorneys are calling on her to pay the two hundred twenty five thousand dollars in legal fees over said, refusal of this, right? Hang with me. So now the governor has praised miss Davis in the past. And now the attorney say Davis failed to do her job. A three judge panel. The sixth circuit court of appeals in Cincinnatti will hear the case tomorrow to decide who must pay the fees. The district court ruled in two thousand seventeen that Kentucky the state must do show and the state is appealing that decision. So she didn't do her job. So, but then she left her job early after she lost on the election. And so now they're saying as a result of that she has to pay the freight on this governor Bevin, by the way. It's also interesting to note corner herald leader. That the governors general counsel. Steve Pitt said Wednesday yesterday that the governor still personally supports mistakes in contesting the federal courts awarded attorney's fees against the Commonwealth outside counsel, retained by the Beshir's administration to represent the governor's office have taken no position as to whether MS Davis acted unconstitutionally. Governor Bevin does not believe that she has done. So and continues to support miss Davis actions. Where's this going? Well, I guess at the end will, you know, we always here, you can't see the government or can govern. Sue you for these kinds of things if you were an elected official who refused to do your duty should elected official be held accountable for not following the law, and how many times has that been broken maybe legislators or otherwise. And for example, not funding the pension at levels that it was called for by them to vote on to make sure that they they they budgeted correctly over the decades because I don't think this is the government suing a private citizen. This is the government suing Kim Davis. In her capacity as former Rowan county clerk technicality is because she left her job early. But they're suing in that her actions that there's those suing for for financial actions that took place while she was on the job Commonwealths dime. This isn't all that terribly different from eighty Bashir and governor Bevin trading lawsuits over everything right? I mean, it's it's too political. But it's that coming out of their coffers. This is coming out of the citizens coffers now as a private citizen as a private citizen, but she's going to have to you know, there's there was no way of knowing when this all played out that she was going to be challenged and lose a general election bid the other question. I would have is could late say the federal government as a result of whatever happens in this case, then sue any other state government, governor or representatives if the federal laws not. Harkin here or in pension law. If you will. I wonder what could set up here. I don't really know. It's getting I'm getting into the weeds on it a little bit. Don't let that with the federal like, the US attorney general doesn't they take states to task? If if rulings aren't yeah. But they take states to task this is this is different because it's more personal. It's about a person paying the freight for not doing her job as an elected official. That's where I'm kind of getting getting to hear. I mean. Well, she. Kim Davidson her her defense. I mean, she's entitled to have her her religious beliefs. We all have religious, beliefs and standards and morals and whatnot. But you know, there comes a time where if you're going to be on the state's clock you have to do it states way and she opted to take her personal stance and bring it across the line in the realm of state government. And I think that when you blur that line, it goes both ways, and that.
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"I needed a place to get my strength, and my mobility back, and I really just needed to get moving again fancy Knox as the dance classes helped her arthritis. I was stiff and had difficulty walking and moving around in. Once I started taking classes, I found that it just improved my mobility to a large extent. Bollywood is just one of the classes offered through regal and lakeside community healthcare. The medical group host three hundred different classes, including yoga, Tai Chi, even disco all over LA, orange and riverside counties. The classes are free to the public. Monica Rix, KFI news, Rowan county, Florida sheriff Scott Israel has been suspended Florida. Governor Rhonda Santa's suspended him yesterday because of Israel's response to the shooting at a high school last year. The massacre might never have happened had brower had better leadership in the sheriff's department. The parkland families the people in Broward, and the broader Florida community one accountability to Santa says retired Coral Springs police sergeant Gregory Tony will serve as a new sheriff seventeen people died in that shooting at mercury stoneman Douglas high school on Valentine's Day of last year. Now, the Broward County Florida sheriff Scott Israel says he did nothing wrong. This was about politics not about parkland. Neither the governor nor any member of his staff has ever spoken to me about this tragedy. The difference of opinion continues traffic.
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"Com. Florida morning show with Jennifer Rawson. On news talk eight fifty s. I think it's fair to say, and it's almost going on a year now ever since misty having to parkland jet. We've been on it more than anybody this whole thing because it was an inside contacts hard work and a little bit of luck. But yeah, we're gonna have is Karen Jess said right now stored Kaplan is the attorney for current anyway until later on today Rowan county sheriff Scott Israel to give us the real deal. What's going on because reportedly governor onto Santa's is coming to town today at three o'clock, and he will replace him. Yeah. He's going to show up at the BSO headquarters and make the announcement that he is removing Scott Israel as the sheriff of Broward County and replacing him with a former Coral Springs sergeant Gregory Tony this is a huge story. I mean, this is huge and everybody the first person. I thought of again was Andy Pollick is been counting calling for fixing it and accountability in Broward. Well, we will be champion champion this. Yeah. Remember when he was our guest the other day was saying, you know, what we want them all gone. I just want to clean out. Get rid of these people start new we gotta get rid of the bad blood in. He was he mentioned Israel's name again Runcie was another one the superintendent of Broward in any was the one that told us that a lot of the superintendents people have left without I never saw that reported leaving on their own. Yeah. And there was another officer who left with BSO on his own as well. And you told us about was like, oh, okay. Didn't know about it. But I as head of, you know, a lot of people will say, well, you can't blame the sheriff for what happened at parkland. Yeah, they're here's people you get a blame somebody if it were a private company and somebody at the bottom made a horrific mistake like that who's always to blame the head of the company, of course. So why would you not blame the sheriff in this case? The meantime, again, just to repeat again and seven thirty five. Stuart Kaplan is going to be on gives the real deal on what his client is going to go through next. I'm sure they're gonna fight. I would think just like Brenda Snipes. Yeah. I'm sure we shall see. What happens? How about the feel good story of the year? So far good story of the day. I didn't expect this to even happen will be completely honest with you because this girl has been missing since October and her parents were well, we're assuming at this point murdered in front of her because it happened in Wisconsin. It's thirteen year old Jamie Kloss is her name her parents were killed in their home in Wisconsin. As you mentioned in October. She ended up disappearing they've been looking finding they remember they they scoured fields and streams and lakes and ponds and for months and months, and then they were trying to figure out what she and fathered their parents murder was she kidnapped well last night about eighty miles north of where she was taken from. She approached a woman walking a dog and said, I'm Jamie class. Please help me and the woman went to her neighbor's house knocked on the door and the neighbor opened the door and there's lady and she says this is Jamie, close call nine one one. So after how many months six months left over November four months close enough this thirteen-year-old, they found her safe. She was apparently malnourished. She looked shoveled. She was dirty, but still she's alive. So her family's like out of control is just just unbelievable for them. They always think about the family, I have hope through just bad news after bad news. This is her aunt wasn't the spirit. This is lady as I. Figured if they hadn't founder by now that the person that did this didn't want her dead. So I had hoped everyday everyday, there was hope Dowd be tough. Holy cow would be tough to stay strong throughout that. Or isn't. It is she she doesn't make a good point if they hadn't found the body already. She can only hope that she was still alive. Yeah. I mean, Elizabeth smart wiscon- for what nine months, wow. Wow. Same situation g sets of all the huge news happening today. It's the greatest news in the world. Yeah. It is the greatest is. And that press conference later on today is going to be fascinating to get more details what they know and they arrested Wisconsin. I don't know who it was troopers or local police or the police from the city. She was founded are they arrested a suspect almost immediately. So hopefully, this creep. And did he or is it a he is it is she or did they is it a couple who knows? Did they kill Jamie classes parents in for why see that's the that's the horrific thing is already lost. It's been. Yeah. No kidding. God. All right, much better. News, much better. News science. Yes. As figured out the exact time when bureauc- clock comes into your life. I was just go by it's five o'clock somewhere. Veterans and always always is. It is exactly six thirty one pm tonight tonight, six thirty. So that's right. That means they probably talked to a bunch of people who live in like in work in the city. So by the time, they got home and got to their favorite local bar. It was six thirty one made after the. No it is. You're right. That's exactly right. Isn't that? What probably you know, or they? I mean, obviously didn't talk to any college kid college kids bear clock. Twenty four hours. What's time? USF that campus. I lost track of like whole dead. Campus. You're all enclosed. And there were times. I didn't know what it was. Believable six thirty one PM tonight. But that's also they said a big factor is that's what happy hour happened. So we're also cheap. So we want to double down at five to seven happy hour. So yeah, so yeah. Then you go in at six thirty one only got twenty nine minutes left. I better drink. So you jerk like forty beers twenty nine minutes. There's never a good. I don't play beat the clock. No don't do that. The average person switches their favourite beer every four years. Really turncoats. Wow. I don't see. I don't drink beer. So have you always liked Sam Adams because you've got the only thing I've ever bought, you know, it was always like Bud Light men Sam Adams, and I don't know. You know, what factors into this is the the explosion of all the craft beer says what it is stuff like this before most of those craft beers are just too heavy for me, except that one that the question brewery mix it was I don't even know if they make it on regular basis. It was watermelon. I was like this is the greatest stuff in the world. That's not a beer. That's because I don't beer. That's why I like Steller sea dre. Oh, so good over the last Bobby summer beer fish. You just pulled it on up to the thing out. Oh. I put my share there Dover. Over. By the way, one out of three people say you're intimidated by craft beers. You know, why because the nerds have taken over what a doubt light earthy. Without any worms in it. There's no difference to me the most expensive divorce in the world is just got more fascinating. And a little creepy, quite frankly where he's supposed to be. So smart what's wrong with this guy? Jeff Bezos, Amazon nudes. Involve God, we shouldn't do this. Here. We are. It's coming.
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"All right. Welcome back. And we have an opportunity right now to check in with the first liberty institute, a an organization that fights for religious liberty for all Americans. And Jeremy diesels on with me today. Let me see if I can pull this call up. There we go. How are you, sir? I'm doing great. How are you? Thanks for having me. Oh, no, please. This is a case that not only do I see the importance of an filled with gratitude that you have taken it on. But I actually have a personal reason for worrying about this. This is a a a Veterans Memorial cross that is in the state of Maryland. And it just so happens that I have an uncle who lived in Maryland when he went off to fight in World War Two, and he is one of those people to whom this cross pays tribute. And the idea that you can just wipe it out because of some political correct nonsense really disturbs me. So could you tell us where we're at? Now. I know this is the final battle. Yeah. You got to kind of put it in context for everybody. This this is the memorial. That'd be American Legion. Who we represented in this case record this back in nineteen twenty five they got the idea in the back. It was started by gold star. Mothers those women in World War One in about nineteen nineteen. They started this project who lost their sons fighting for our freedom in World War. One overseas in France. They started this in one of the mothers. Actually, we've got a letter that says that I I can't visit my son great. This is before they accept on a plane and jumped the ocean and see your son's grave over in in Europe. Nando expectation to their sons would ever be repatriated or the bodies would ever be coming back to the United States. So one mother said she viewed this memorial as her son's gravestone. And so the American Legion your record this memorial shape of a cross just like the crosses that that stood watch over the graves of their sons over in planters fields. They record memorial nineteen twenty five and it stood there without ojection until about five years ago. When someone finally found offense to the presence of this memorial standing alongside the highway in Bladensburg, Maryland. And now the supreme court may be the last hope for preserving this ninety three year old or so blades for World War One Veterans Memorial. And we have the privilege of representing the American Legion report, the spring quarter, the United States to make sure that it stays there honoring those who served and sacrificed so much independent our freedom. And you know, what's so fascinating. My uncle, of course, was born in one thousand nine hundred thousand five interestingly enough, which is the the time that that memorial was erected. So it was very many years later that he would stand by that memorial as as a young man about to go off to the second World War. And he said, you know, it was inspirational I think if I remember correctly there are like fifty names on it. Some somewhere forty nine. Okay. And he said, and there were more than fifty people from any given blocking America that were going off to fight in World War Two. It was a very different time. But there was a tremendous amount of sentiment and emotion with some of these memorials that existed from World War One. And to think that you know, they just wanna wipe this out now as though it's offensive. That's right outside of Washington DC since when did our nation's capital, become offended. Yeah. That's right. Look, that's why we put memorials up there. Sure that we we don't forget what we do. Not see. I'm grateful for people like your uncle who served to defend our freedom there. And there's a World War Two memorial just about chip shot away from this memorial in particular right there, and what they call them Oriole park in Bladensburg, Maryland, but the gold star mothers and the American Legion members who erected this memorial. Great stone to the forty nine sons of Prince George's county, Maryland, they knew that we would forget the service in the sacrifice of their sons and husbands unless the living honored their sacrifice under no situation, regardless of whatever complaining might be. We cannot see this memorial to be bulldozed to the ground, which is exactly what our opponents to have happened here and erase the memory of the service and sacrifice. These forty nine fallen servicemen from sorta county Maryland provided and who is this group. You know, this this group. That's so, you know. Convicted to destroy this monument. The American humanist association this memorial. And I think what they have in intern here the goal really years not only to knock down this memorial. And maybe even suggested and got a judge even to suggest that perhaps the problem here is just a horizontal arms of this memorial, which are just cut those off and turn this into some sort of an obelisk displays of Ren's memorial. So that it could be more palatable the sun. I think the ultimate goal here is not just simply this memorial. But hundreds like it as well. Look at this gravestone forty nine. Prince George's county, Maryland is knocked to the ground. Then it's only a matter of time before the wrecking ball turns on Arlington, National sim, just a few steps away, frankly from where this memorial is. And then from there to the hundreds of memorials like this one across this country that stand vigil in remembrance of the service and sacrifice of veterans everywhere who defend our very freedom to be to be able to talk about this case right now. I mean, if one cross is so offensive to them, what must've field of crosses at Arlington due to them. Especially things like the Canadian crosses sacrifice, which is a World War One memorial as well. Right there just steps from the tomb of the unknowns. You've got the Argonne cross as well, which is bear in in Arlington. And of course, the two of the unknowns is itself if you remember is that it's actually a World War. One Veterans Memorial that was erected by gold star mothers after World War One. And it has the famous inscription on the side here. Lies the soldiers whose remains are known. But to God. Then you've got other memorials like there's a lot of slat board a Greystone's in Arlington. But there are two very distinct cross shaped from headstones in Arlington in underneath them. Lay two guys named teddy and Bobby Kennedy. Mean if we're gonna start knocking down cross shaped memorials and headstones you're going to have to awesomely knockdown teddy and Bobby Kennedy's gravestone. Unbelievable. So what what are the, you know, who is in support of your, you know, I'm sure that some people have filed amicus briefs on your behalf and on behalf of the humanness at this point. Yeah. All argument is going to be on February the twenty seventh of the supreme court. And so we're kind of gearing up for that right now we filed our what we call them marriage briefing back in December on December. I think seventeen and then about a week later, which was Christmas Eve, we had thirty eight different amicus briefs filed those our friend of the court briefs saying, hey on behalf of various organizations and individuals. Hey, court make sure this memorial stays put what are the most compelling, and and I would urge folks to go to first liberty dot org, and look this brief thought could it is so compelling is the is the advocates brief filed on behalf of family members of the men on that memorial. There are three that we've been able identify unsure there are more. But remember these were young men that many of whom weren't even married quite yet. And so finding the Senate is very difficult going that far back, but three of these women out version, Dighton, sue Fenwick, and and Mary Lakeway. They've said, hey, look, these are these are our uncles. We we recognize this memorial as their gravestone. And in many ways, we see them when we look at this memorial. Please don't tear down. This is going to have wide ranging ramifications. There are all kinds of legal standards that were debating about in this case and some of that gets into the weeds of things, but the important thing to remember here. I said you should never take five years of litigation in a four volume attended to cigarette. Whether or not a Veterans Memorial is constitutional. I'm sure there are listeners right now that can think of three or four of them Oriels in their backyard right in their neighborhood or across town or across the country of eighteen before that their city council or county commission will be called upon at some point to figure out if it's constitutional or not it shouldn't take five years of litigation and is huge appendix. That is overwhelming. Apply to read to figure out whether or not a simple memorial to the service and sacrifice forty nine men. From Prince George's county is constitutional one believe it is. And we hope the supreme court will agree to as well any other cases that we should be looking at closely. I know you have one about prayer at a federal appellate court if I remember correctly. I you still fighting that one. That's right right there in Tampa. As a matter of fact, Rowan county school. The schools at the eleventh circuit court of appeals. Of course, you can read about Oliver cages at first liberty dot award. But Cambridge is an interesting case because you know, they once told us that if you wanna pray in school, they go to a private school here. You have a bunch of kids who did their parents took them there when they earned the right to play the state champion football game against another Christian school from across the state in Jacksonville. The F HSA said, no, I'm sorry. You can't do that. Because if you do it's going to be established sitting her religion in violation of the.