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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 2 d ago

Update on the latest sports

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Chiefs rally past Buffalo 42-36 in OT in wild playoff game

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Chiefs rally past Buffalo 42-36 in OT in wild playoff game

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Georgia Bulldogs Defeat Alabama Crimson Tide to Win National Championship

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Georgia Bulldogs Defeat Alabama Crimson Tide to Win National Championship

"Morning. Bravo, Georgia dog. Crushing Alabama 33 to 18 in the national championship hats off to you folks. Up and down the peach state, we are going to hold a moment of silence though for our vice president of Salem media, Tom Travis. Can we just pause for three seconds? One, two, three. Tom will be out for a couple of weeks. She's already saying word. Not a week goes by they don't get tired propaganda from Tom. So he's being Tom tried to tied. I think tide is his middle name. He's a wonderful man, but we're just feeling bad from this morning. Not really. We're very happy. You Alabama fans understand this means you'll draft just behind the browns and the NFL Draft in April. So don't feel bad about that. They have their number.

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Arbery killers get life in prison; no parole for father, son

AP News Radio

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Arbery killers get life in prison; no parole for father, son

"The the man man convicted convicted in in Oman Oman armories armories murder murder get get life life in in prison prison with with no no parole parole for for father father and and son son Greg Greg in in Travis Travis McMichael McMichael the the three three white white men men convicted convicted of of chasing chasing down down and and killing killing Ahmad Ahmad armory armory were were in in court court today today in in Brunswick Brunswick Georgia Georgia judge judge Timothy Timothy Walmsley Walmsley handing handing down down the the sentence sentence life life without without possibility possibility of of parole parole Travis Travis and and great great but but Michael Michael received received life life in in prison prison without without parole parole plus plus twenty twenty years years and and admonishment admonishment from from the the judge judge we we are are all all accountable accountable for for our our own own actions actions ones ones yes yes the the court court room room for for a a minute minute of of silence silence I I kept kept coming coming back back to to the the terror terror that that must must have have been been in in the the mind mind of of the the young young man man running running through through subtle subtle shores shores for for fifty fifty two two year year old old William William Roddy Roddy Brian Brian who who helped helped corner corner armory armory with with his his truck truck life life with with the the possibility possibility of of parole parole Brian Brian cellphone cellphone video video captured captured parts parts of of the the chase chase and and the the moment moment neighbor neighbor Travis Travis McMichael McMichael killed killed armory armory with with a a shot shot gun gun he he had had grave grave concerns concerns that that what what had had occurred occurred should should not not have have occurred occurred a a month month mother mother Wanda Wanda Cooper Cooper had had asked asked the the judge judge for for the the maximum maximum sentence sentence when when they they couldn't couldn't sufficiently sufficiently scare scare him him or or intimidate intimidate him him they they killed killed him him Nick Nick Michaels Michaels and and Brian Brian still still face face hate hate crime crime charges charges in in a a federal federal civil civil rights rights case case that that begins begins next next month month courtroom courtroom pool pool courtesy courtesy of of court court TV TV I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Congressional panel investigates deadly Astroworld concert

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Congressional panel investigates deadly Astroworld concert

"Lawmakers lawmakers on on Capitol Capitol Hill Hill will will be be taking taking a a close close look look at at the the astro astro world world music music festival festival disaster disaster I'm I'm conditional conditional committee committee is is now now investigating investigating the the Houston Houston concert concert that that ended ended with with ten ten people people killed killed during during a a massive massive crowds crowds surge surge the the house house oversight oversight and and reform reform committee committee has has sent sent a a letter letter to to live live nation nation entertainment's entertainment's president president asking asking for for information information about about the the company's company's role role in in the the November November fifth fifth festival festival headlined headlined by by rap rap star star Travis Travis Scott Scott among among the the information information being being sought sought details details about about security security crowd crowd control control and and plans plans to to deal deal with with mass mass casualties casualties at at large large events events lawmakers lawmakers also also want want to to know know if if there there were were any any pre pre show show briefings briefings by by live live nation nation or or anyone anyone linked linked to to what what about about safety safety concerns concerns and and the the panel panel also also is is asking asking live live nation nation if if it it is is taking taking steps steps to to prevent prevent such such incidents incidents at at future future events events I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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 Kelce's OT touchdown gives Chiefs 34-28 win over Chargers

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Kelce's OT touchdown gives Chiefs 34-28 win over Chargers

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm Josh Josh Rowntree Rowntree Travis Travis Kelsey Kelsey thirty thirty four four yard yard catch catch and and run run in in overtime overtime gave gave the the chiefs chiefs their their tenth tenth win win of of the the season season as as Kansas Kansas city city topped topped the the Chargers Chargers thirty thirty four four twenty twenty eight eight Kelsey Kelsey content content passes passes for for one one hundred hundred ninety ninety one one yards yards and and two two scores scores Patrick Patrick my my homes homes passed passed for for four four hundred hundred ten ten yards yards and and three three touchdowns touchdowns finding finding Tyree Tyree kill kill twelve twelve times times for for one one hundred hundred forty forty eight eight yards yards and and a a score score for for LA LA now now eaten eaten six six Justin Justin Herbert Herbert passed passed for for two two hundred hundred thirty thirty six six yards yards two two touchdowns touchdowns and and a a pick pick to to the the NBA NBA hardwood hardwood Kevin Kevin Durant Durant scored scored thirty thirty four four points points and and added added eleven eleven rebounds rebounds and and eight eight assists assists as as the the Brooklyn Brooklyn

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Kelce's OT touchdown gives Chiefs 34-28 win over Chargers

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Kelce's OT touchdown gives Chiefs 34-28 win over Chargers

"Travis Travis Kelsey Kelsey scored scored on on a a thirty thirty four four yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass from from Patrick Patrick Mahomes Mahomes in in overtime overtime giving giving the the chiefs chiefs a a thirty thirty four four twenty twenty eight eight win win over over the the Chargers Chargers just just trying trying to to get get extra extra yards yards trying trying to to put put our our team team in in a a position position to to keep keep moving moving the the ball ball downfield downfield and and sure sure enough enough just just saw saw a a lot lot of of guys guys working working to to to to get get blocks blocks downfield downfield and and just just just just find find my my way way in in the the end end zone zone the the Kansas Kansas city city tight tight end end also also caught caught a a game game tying tying touchdown touchdown with with just just a a minute minute sixteen sixteen left left in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter Mahomes Mahomes finished finished the the night night with with four four hundred hundred ten ten passing passing yards yards and and three three scores scores as as the the chief chief to to win win their their seventh seventh straight straight game game LA's LA's Justin Justin Herbert Herbert threw threw two two touchdowns touchdowns and and ran ran for for one one or or three three times times the the offense offense had had the the ball ball inside inside the the chiefs chiefs five five yard yard line line and and came came away away empty empty mark mark Myers Myers Inglewood Inglewood California California

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All 10 Astroworld Victims Died of ‘Compression Asphyxia,’ According to Medical Examiner

AP News Radio

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All 10 Astroworld Victims Died of ‘Compression Asphyxia,’ According to Medical Examiner

"Medical medical examiners examiners say say compression compression is is fix fix your your cause cause the the deaths deaths of of ten ten people people at at the the Astor Astor world world music music festival festival in in Houston Houston last last month month I'm I'm marquees marquees are are a a letter letter with with the the latest latest the the crowd crowd surges surges Travis Travis Scott Scott performs performs at at the the Astor Astor world world music music festival festival created created a a crush crush so so tight tight it it cause cause suffocation suffocation according according to to medical medical examiners examiners with with the the Harris Harris County County institute institute of of forensic forensic sciences sciences in in Houston Houston they they determined determined the the ten ten people people who who died died ranging ranging in in age age from from nine nine to to twenty twenty seven seven were were packed packed so so tightly tightly they they could could not not brief brief one one man's man's death death was was also also attributed attributed to to cocaine cocaine methamphetamine methamphetamine and and ethanol ethanol Scott Scott has has said said he he was was unaware unaware of of the the doubts doubts until until after after his his performance performance was was over over medical medical examiners examiners say say compression compression asphyxia asphyxia caused caused the the deaths deaths of of ten ten people people at at the the Astor Astor world world music music festival festival in in Houston Houston last last month month I'm I'm marquees marquees are are a a letter letter with with the the latest latest the the crowd crowd surges surges Travis Travis Scott Scott performs performs at at the the Astor Astor world world music music festival festival created created a a crush crush so so tight tight it it cause cause suffocation suffocation according according to to medical medical examiners examiners with with the the Harris Harris County County institute institute of of forensic forensic sciences sciences in in Houston Houston they they

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"s. travis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | Last month

"s. travis" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Where people can find you? Oh, sure. They can go to Melissa cane Travis dot com. That's my personal website and they can also they can also find me through the society for women of letters dot com. Okay, and Melissa Kane Travis dot com. So before we go, I just realized you wanted to correct something and we actually have a second here. So say what you did. Oh, sure. I misspoke earlier when you were asking me about the size of the known universe. And I said, trillions, and trillions of light years. It's actually 93 billion. When you said that I was patting myself on the back for thinking, I think she might have just misspoken. I was right because yes, our light years pretty big. So you said that the observable universe is billions of light years across trillions of light years ago. There's no wonderful that we had the time to correct that. Very, very important. Okay, all right. Well, I'll say it again. Thank you. The book is science and the mind of the maker with the conversation in faith and science reveals about God and if you want to find Melissa king Travis all you have to do is spell Melissa Kane Travis dot com. Let's game Travis thanks again. Many of you know the last couple of years we've worked with CSI. CSI's Christian solidarity international. When you hear what they do, if you don't already know, you're going to want to help. There are people in other parts of the world whose lives are being threatened. They're very lives are being threatened for believing in Jesus. They could be enslaved, the kind of things that you think ought not to be happening anymore. So some of them are being enslaved for their faith. You can buy a believers freedom. It can give you can contribute toward it or you can give it a whole $250 and free somebody from slavery. Go to metaxas talk dot com please. You'll see the Christian cellularity banner. Here's a phone number 8 8 8 two 5 three three 5 two two 88 two 5 three three 5 two two.

'Science and the Mind of the Maker' Author Melissa Cain Travis on the 'Maker Thesis'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:32 min | Last month

'Science and the Mind of the Maker' Author Melissa Cain Travis on the 'Maker Thesis'

"I am talking to the author of science and the mind of the maker with the conversation between faith and science reveals about God Melissa Cain Travis. We were just going to talk about something. You just mentioned it Melissa, tell us again. So the central thesis of my book science in the mind of the maker is something that I call them makers thesis. And this goes beyond the idea that science gives us evidence that points towards an intelligent creator. What I mean when I say the maker thesis is that when we look at diverse branches of the natural sciences, we actually see marks of rationality in all of these different areas of science. But in addition to that and corresponding to it quite beautifully, is the fact that we have inquisitive higher intelligent life on Planet Earth whose rationality is attuned in just the right way to be able to detect the rationality in. Okay, now I hate to break it to you, but that might make sense to you. And it might even make sense to me, but that's not easy what you just said, because I remember Hugh Ross, who introduced me to a lot of this stuff, when he was talking about this, I think it was on this program, like 5 years ago or something. I remember thinking like, that's a complex idea. So let's break this down. When you even talk about something that rationality, I think a lot of people go like, what do you mean exactly by rationality? I think it's a deep philosophical issue, isn't it? Like when you're saying that if I look at the world of science, the idea that it is somehow understandable is itself so taken for granted. It seems so innate to me that it's hard for me to step outside and marvel at it. Does that make sense to you? Yeah, it totally does. So back in the mid 20th century physicist by the name of Eugene wigner. Wrote an essay that has since become quite famous. Now, it's important to understand that wigner was not a theist in any sense of the word. We could probably best describe him as a happy agnostic. But he wrote this essay, it's freely available to read online. And the title of the essay is the unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics in the natural sciences. And what he did was he explored something that Albert Einstein had remarked about repeatedly, but just had not elaborated on. And that was the mathematical comprehensibility of the

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Author Melissa Cain Travis and Eric Discuss How Life Came Into Being

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | Last month

Author Melissa Cain Travis and Eric Discuss How Life Came Into Being

"I'm talking to Melissa Kane Travis. She's the author of science and the mind of the maker with the conversation between faith and science reveals about God. Let's get specific Melissa. There are a lot of exciting chapters in here. I never know where to go first because I like it all, right? But the idea of how life came into being from non life. I don't remember if you deal with that in a whole chapter if you just touch on that in the book. But what they call a biogenesis. Do you talk about that? I do. There's a chapter in there that talks about the problem posed for naturalistic origin of life theories. When we consider the specified complexity found in the DNA molecule. And for the listeners who are familiar with doctor Stephen Meyer, who you mentioned earlier, he's written an entire book on that, right? Signature in the cell. So I drew on Myers work for that chapter. Well, it's interesting because I came to it a little bit through Stephen Meyers, but also through doctor James tour, who's also down there in Houston at rice university. And what I always find funny is the fact that we never talk about this. about it. But if you go up to your average person and say, okay, life appears on earth, single celled form 4 billion years ago. How did that happen? I think most people just go what do you mean? I don't know. How did it happen? It's like you would think that that would be the most basic question. Science. Okay, science. The most basic questions. There's life. We are life. How did life come into being? And it seems like the more we know about the complexity of DNA, the complexity of single cell, the more we know that we have no idea how life came into being. But that's a pretty big thing to admit. So nobody's really been very public about it, at least on the non Christian side of the

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How 'Science and the Mind of the Maker' Author Melissa Cain Travis Got Into the World of Christian Apologetics

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | Last month

How 'Science and the Mind of the Maker' Author Melissa Cain Travis Got Into the World of Christian Apologetics

"Melissa Cain Travis, she's an assistant Professor of Christian apologetics at Houston baptist university among other things. And she came out with a book just a couple of years ago called science and the mind of the maker, what the conversation between faith and science reveals about God. A lot of the stuff that I'm excited about, she is also excited about. I said, we've got to get her on the program. So Melissa, Kane Travis, welcome. Thank you. I'm glad to be with you. Well, so how did you get into this world? Because what I always am amazed by is how many people just don't know anything about this. When I talk to Christians who seem to have a reasonable faith, they seem to, but they themselves have never heard of a lot of this. So I was excited when I saw your book because you've more than just heard about it. You've written about it. How did you find your way into this subject? Let's start there. Well, it's a long and convoluted story that we probably don't have time to tell in its entirety. But to make a very long story short, my background isn't biotechnology. My undergraduate degrees in general biology and after undergrad I decided to enter the field of BioTech while I figured out what I wanted to do in terms of graduate education. And for 5 years, I found myself repeatedly sitting up at a lab bench doing my work and having a conversation with the scientists that worked alongside me in my lab and finding myself at a loss for answers to big questions that they asked me because they knew that I was a devoted Christian, but I was also deeply interested in the natural sciences. And I call it my embarrassing series of events that eventually led me to start digging deeper and finally discovering this crazy term apologetics that I'd never heard in my entire life. So I started doing self study and after a few years I found myself in the graduate program in science and religion at viola university. And it was there that I was exposed to all the wonderful authors who have become my intellectual

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Travis Scott insists he didn’t know fans were getting trampled in 1st interview about Astroworld tragedy

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Travis Scott insists he didn’t know fans were getting trampled in 1st interview about Astroworld tragedy

"Rapper rapper Travis Travis Scott Scott says says in in a a new new interview interview he he did did not not hear hear fans fans screaming screaming for for help help during during the the astroworld astroworld festival festival in in Houston Houston in in November November that that left left ten ten people people dead dead I I marches marches are are a a letter letter with with the the latest latest Travis Travis Scott Scott tells tells radio radio personality personality Charlamagne Charlamagne the the god god in in a a you you tube tube video video he he has has a a responsibility responsibility to to figure figure out out what what happened happened during during his his performance performance and and how how to to prevent prevent similar similar tragedies tragedies he he denies denies his his history history of of encouraging encouraging fans fans to to rush rush the the stage stage contributed contributed to to the the crowd crowd surge surge that that proved proved deadly deadly Scott Scott met met privately privately with with some some of of the the families families of of the the victims victims he he says says he he understands understands why why some some declined declined his his offer offer to to pay pay for for funeral funeral expenses expenses Scott Scott says says he he just just wanted wanted the the family family to to know know he he was was there there for for them them and and will will continue continue to to be be more more than than three three hundred hundred lawsuits lawsuits have have been been filed filed in in

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AP: US military explosives vanish, emerge in civilian world

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

AP: US military explosives vanish, emerge in civilian world

"Military military explosives explosives have have banished banished and and have have shown shown up up in in the the civilian civilian world world demolition demolition trainer trainer sergeant sergeant Travis Travis Blosser Blosser started started collecting collecting leftover leftover explosives explosives in in twenty twenty sixteen sixteen fearing fearing Hillary Hillary Clinton Clinton would would beat beat Donald Donald Trump Trump you you know know crazy crazy the the world world is is out out there there so so it's it's like like well well you you know know I've I've also also got got that that just just in in case case if if you you know know the the world world does does start start coming coming to to an an end end or or anything anything crazy crazy like like that that that that I I can can protect protect me me and and my my family family any any B. B. investigation investigation found found possibly possibly thousands thousands of of armor armor piercing piercing grenades grenades hundreds hundreds of of pounds pounds of of plastic plastic explosives explosives as as well well as as land land mines mines and and rockets rockets have have been been stolen stolen from from or or lost lost by by the the armed armed forces forces over over the the past past decade decade in in Mississippi Mississippi Chris Chris Smith Smith was was very very close close when when an an artillery artillery shell shell exploded exploded at at a a recycling recycling yard yard okay okay member member Bob Bob flus flus heard heard explosion explosion while while slime slime or or or or or or what what Smith Smith says says the the military military needs needs to to make make this this a a priority priority I I was was anticipating anticipating liars liars man man for for no no reason reason at at all all military military officials officials the the thieves thieves in in the the ranks ranks are are a a small small minority minority I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue

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Families turn down Travis Scott offer to pay for funerals

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Families turn down Travis Scott offer to pay for funerals

"The the families families of of some some of of the the victims victims of of the the astro astro world world music music festival festival of of turning turning down down a a gesture gesture from from the the headline headline of of that that event event thanks thanks but but no no thanks thanks some some of of the the families families of of the the ten ten people people who who were were killed killed in in the the crowd crowd surge surge at at astroworld astroworld have have rejected rejected an an offer offer by by Travis Travis Scott Scott to to pay pay for for the the funerals funerals of of their their loved loved ones ones attorneys attorneys for for the the family family say say that that they they got got a a letter letter from from Scott's Scott's attorney attorney who who formally formally made made the the offer offer that that the the rapper rapper made made soon soon after after the the tragedy tragedy the the lawyer lawyer for for the the family family of of the the youngest youngest victim victim says says while while he he believes believes Scott Scott feels feels remorse remorse he he must must bear bear responsibility responsibility for for what what happened happened the the rapper rapper has has a a history history of of whipping whipping fans fans into into a a frenzy frenzy at at his his shows shows a a lawyer lawyer for for another another victim victim was was harsher harsher saying saying scraps scraps offers offers just just a a publicity publicity stunt stunt and and only only makes makes things things worse worse for for the the families families I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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EXPLAINER: Trio guilty of killing Ahmaud Arbery. What now?

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

EXPLAINER: Trio guilty of killing Ahmaud Arbery. What now?

"What now for the three white men convicted of murder in the death of a model armory Travis McMichael his father Greg a neighbor William Roddy Brian all face a mandatory sentence of life in prison after a modeler Bree was shot dead in Georgia the judge will decide whether the men ever have a chance of parole there's no sentencing date yet the judge said he wanted to give both sides time to prepare the net Michael's plan to appeal the verdicts Brian's lawyer says he plans to file new legal motions after thanksgiving separately federal authorities have charged a man with hate crimes saying they chased and killed armory because he was black that case is scheduled to go to trial in February I'm ready to fall lay

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 Illinois families of 2 killed at concert file lawsuits

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Illinois families of 2 killed at concert file lawsuits

"There's been another lawsuit filed in connection with the deadly astroworld concert in Houston this is being filed by the family of two close friends from suburban Chicago who ended up dead at the show from the crowd surge and among those it targets is Travis Scott the rapper who set sparked that deadly crash toward the front of the stage also named our live nation entertainment and other companies and all ten people died and hundreds were injured when a crowd pushed concert goers forward crushing and trampling many of them the

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All 3 men charged in Arbery's death convicted of murder

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

All 3 men charged in Arbery's death convicted of murder

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting all three men charged in amat R. breeze death are convicted of murder the three white men charged in the death of Ahmad Arbury outside the Georgia port city of Brunswick were convicted of murder Wednesday you have heard the verdicts read where these your verdicts then and are these your verdicts now yes I sound courtesy of court TV your respond regnant Michael his son Travis McMichael and neighbor William Roddy Brian guilty after about ten hours of deliberation the McMichael's grab guns and pursued the twenty five year old armory in their pickup as he ran through their neighborhood in February twenty twenty Brian joined the pursuit in his pickup and on cellphone video recorded Travis McMichael fatally shooting armory the men face minimum sentences of life in prison and it will be up to Superior Court judge Timothy Walmsley whether the sentences come with or without the possibility of parole hi Mike Rossi up

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Jury in Ahmaud Arbery death set for 2nd day of deliberations

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Jury in Ahmaud Arbery death set for 2nd day of deliberations

"It's day two of jury deliberations in the trial of three white men charged with chasing and killing Ahmad are very after the twenty five year old black man was spotted running in their coastal Georgia neighborhood the disproportionately white jury will have to decide a father and son Greg and Travis McMichael and their neighbor William Roddy Bryant were acting in self defense as their lawyers say but the prosecution says you can't claim self defense if you started it and the three men with the gun were attempting a citizen's arrest of an unarmed Darbari they say they suspected he was a burglar meanwhile the peaceful demonstrations outside the courthouse have led to tighter security some small barricades around the building Georgia state trooper standing by the steps and doors I'm Julie Walker

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"s. travis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:10 min | 2 months ago

"s. travis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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"s. travis" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:58 min | 4 months ago

"s. travis" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Travis Buck Sexton show. Okay, so that conversation Which, by the way, you probably can't hear anywhere else in media. Is absolutely terrifying. And we had a discussion and version of it yesterday, with doctors calling in And basically the thesis is and I might have done a poor job trying to explain it because I'm not a doctor. And as buck and I know, sometimes I'll read things I'll be like, Hey, I understand two thirds of this really well. But then I don't have the scientific depth of knowledge to understand all of this perfectly, but basically the hypothesis is which is out there. That the vaccine is causing antibody dependent enhancement and what is occurring is that we are allowing the virus to basically create constantly new variants. It's almost like the over prescription for better way of describing it for something that people are familiar with. With antibiotics. How a drug someone can become. If you take antibiotics for too long, they stopped to have an effect on you and the virus, then has the ability to adjust and conquer what should cure it for lack of a better way of describing it so fascinating because this is reversing so much if this stuff and remember we are speaking in the realm of hypotheses here, yes, but bringing in people with the scientific knowledge and background. And who are looking at the data to grounded in reality. We have been told, for example, that the unvaccinated the reason this is spreading almost entirely. That is, that is not true. We know that that's not not the case. What will be fascinating to see is we've also been told the unvaccinated or effectively the Petri dishes for the variance if we are in an antibody dependent enhancement aid situation here with this unprecedented immediate, that fact mass vaccination campaign Clay. It may in fact, be that the vaccinated are operating as Petri dishes for variants and enhanced versions of the virus, which is what I was trying to get out with my question with Alex, which is terrifying. If that's actually gonna be the case. We got some quotes from you for Fauci. More lies. I want to play it for you when we come back. In the meantime, tunnel to Towers Foundation helps America never forget 9 11 this year foundations giving 200 mortgage free homes, two American heroes and their families last year. Total of Tower started a new tradition to honor the lives lost on 9 11 at the Pentagon and Shanksville, and they're lighting up the night sky with their towers of like tribute again, you've never participated in their five K run and walk New York City. It's one of the most emotional days of the year starts in Brooklyn. Tens of thousands of people retrace Stephen Siller, selfless final footsteps on 9 11. It's the foundation signature event. West Point Cadets run together, Families walk to pay tribute to the loved ones. They lost, breathtaking sight when you see firefighters all over the country running in their gear. This year's event is Sunday. September 26 features Leonard Skinner and you can never.

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"s. travis" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:57 min | 4 months ago

"s. travis" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Travis Buck Sexton show appreciate all of you hanging out with us. We are going to be joined. By Alex Barron said at the top of the third hour to break down all of the latest covid data. His data made people at Twitter so uncomfortable that they banned him. And Buck. What's amazing is he's about a month ahead of wherever the overall consensus goes. I remember when we were doing the show in New York City, and we had him come in studio with us. He said, man, You know all the datas reflecting that Israel is going to need a booster shot and they're going to try to argue that that's still what's going to happen. That was long before anybody was talking about booster shots, and that's one of the reasons why he got banned on Twitter if you go back and look at everything that, he said He's been a month, six weeks, two months ahead of where the consensus opinion is, so I'm genuinely curious to get him on with us and see what he believes the data is telling us going forward. You even hear the body administration now, referring to officials from the administration, referring to the Israeli data because they recognize that they are it is more granular, more precise, more transparent and about three months ahead of our own trends and data in terms of the vaccination. Timeline, So it was always something that should have been looked at as a sign post of where we were going. But the vitamin illustration was hoping that whatever it was, it was going to be a different situation. You know, Clay, I've mentioned the Enforcement that's going on here. The enforcement restaurants in New York City's so in New York. Right now, it is it is. In effect that by order of the mayor's office Under the health authority, you know, in the city whatever you have to show a vaccine, a vaccine passport, basically a piece of paper or photo the piece of paper to go inside. And what you're what you're finding is the enforcement of this is highly uneven. And in general, I'd say more high profile and expensive establishment seemed to be enforcing it. Which is interesting, cause you already have some class dynamics playing out here. But you know, the local burger chain maybe doesn't check or the local burger joint. But you know, Shay Fancy fancy? Yes, is actually checking New York Post had this This piece out today, most of the 15 Manhattan restaurants visited by folks who are undercover in a sense this week, not enforcing it. Four out of 15 restaurants asked reporters for idea along with proof of vaccination before setting them. I'm sorry. This was actually inside edition that did this New York Post reporting on it, But I I would say in your experience higher, higher you're you're really you end up. I think it's about a 50 50 proposition and remember, a lot of places have outdoor dining still in New York as an option when this is going to get really annoying..

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"s. travis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"s. travis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Travis and Buck Sexton show. We have got an unbelievable show headed for you guys on this Friday. As we are dealing with one of the largest overreaches of government power, probably in the history of this country, and certainly in the history of most of our lives. As Joe Biden is doing whatever he can To mandate vaccines. Also, it is the eve of the 20th anniversary of 9 11. We're going to be joined in the second hour of the program by Rudy Giuliani to talk about his reflections and experiences as we approach the 20th anniversary of 9 11. A day forever etched in infamy across this landscape, But the breaking news story that happened yesterday evening, Joe Biden went back on his word. And said, I am basically going to do everything in my power to mandate that all of you get the vaccine. We're going to open up. Obviously, it is Friday. Open line Fridays, a longtime tradition 1 800 to 8 to 288 to you guys can load up those lines and be prepared to react as you see it. But I want to start here as we get ready for bucket. I to spend a lot of time reacting to this monstrously important story. I want to start by setting the context upon which Joe Biden has y to the American public yet again. He said back in December of 2020 that he did not believe that any mandates on vaccination where ever going to be necessary. This is Joe Biden, then. No,.

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"s. travis" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

02:01 min | 5 months ago

"s. travis" Discussed on About Last Night

"Because i pay a decent penny him because the the initial release was all for an auction item for Michael j. fox is Parkinson's disease his whole foundation so all the proceeds are at least. A portion of them went to their so. They're trying to raise as much money as they could. Limited edition there were probably out of. Couldn't even tell you how many sized i'm a i'm fifteen fourteen fifteen i. I'll still get thirteen just because it's that shoe man. I don't even know if they made it fourteen so i ended up in an grabbed them and it's up right light up man. Yeah the ones that just released in two thousand sixteen. I got the ones from eleven thousand. Eleven two thousand twelve The ones that just released can actually self tied. What yeah they just put your foot in. Do we went from some self tie. I got i got some free bow. Yes from shack reebok. Come on dude. That was I remember seeing the movie being like. That's the future truly sugar. And i mean didn't want to hover board. I mean still. Still i wanted. That definitely still want one. I think I think there's gotta be like what like three years out four years out hover boards. I mean if they're not already around that'd be dude if we're talking flying cars you're not talking about stuff on the ground that flies a little bit tight gravity also. I just feel like. I don't know you on musk's gotta be like somebody's got to be jamming on it. You know what i'm saying. You think he's. He's got like gadgets at the house. Dude he's got. The james bond falcons guy that in any spy movie you see when they set them up and they go. Here's a pen but it's also fucking also cologne like all right. That'd be cooler than that. We move onto the next one is. Here's gum that's also beef jerky like dude. You're fucking fires. Which that's the thing you confuse the guy and then you're not very good at your job. All right i'm putting forty dollars on the forty niners. That's a stupid bet..

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"s. travis" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:45 min | 5 months ago

"s. travis" Discussed on KCRW

"Travis Holcomb leading off our next set of music with a brand new cut from Heleno Negro. Plus l A zone. Tolliver Right here on KCRW. Stay tuned, KCRW. Thanks. The Annenberg Foundation focused on addressing critical issues for more than 30 years through innovation, community compassion and communications more at Annenberg dot org. Hey, have you voted yet? Californians are deciding whether to recall the governor and there's a lot at stake from jobs and the economy to handling the pandemic. KCRW can help with the deadlines. Voting by mail is well underway, as well as some early in person voting and the last day to vote is Tuesday. September 14th. You can find out more at kcrw dot com slash recall and be counted. Mhm. Oh, thanks. Tough. I okay? Tired. Oh, thanks. Oh, sometime Dude, would you? No change my H fucking Wow. Okay, smile. You. No pants. Uh huh. Do we, uh Oh, To, uh, to send you tie blowing Craig's Long, tired. She is way too. Uh okay. Cheese? No, my changed my life. To show you why it's smile. Oh, really? Let's go. Come said. I'll I am to be outside. Outside. Hey, outside. Yeah. The outside that side. PM inside. Outside outside outside. You know? Mhm. Yeah. Mm. Yeah. Oh, Yeah, Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, I hear you know, one last me They're gentle love to meet the guy study now. Let them come down Dungeon Doc can,.

"s. travis" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

05:24 min | 5 months ago

"s. travis" Discussed on WBUR

"Travis of the Incredible Casuals told me he liked Ken because can talk to like a musician David brought tend to one of their shows, and the casuals played at David's Wedding party, where Ken was a guest. There's a Super eight film with just a snippet of can at the party on it. He's wearing a gray suit jacket and a white shirt with a wide collar, no tie. You can't hear what Ken saying over the crowd noise, but he's joking around testicular eating. People lean in and laugh. He's ahead and he knows it had a ball that night, he said In his review of the Easy beats Friday on my mind, then I had to come back here and who's waiting for me at the front door, But the gorilla and that wine hit me when I got out of the car. Mm hmm. Yeah, another result of Ken's widening popularity. Other people wanted in on the action started sending their own mixtapes for tend to listen to Because that's David still has them. All The songs are listed on the J card or typed onto these little sheets of paper and folded up and shoved into the jewel case. One of the lists has a little note on it. That says, Dave, is it okay to put your own thing on here? If not skip over it. This tape was from the guitarist Glenn Jones. It's got jelly Roll Morton on it. And Elvis Presley in this tune. Yeah, Strange here most right. You two stranger, my lefty Frizzell. Crying a little bit dirty man. That's a Western song. If there ever was that is one no stranger to me, old man. That's what the cat said. Oh, man, take me back. Take me right back to the Arizona Desert. That kind of music gets you so help me it does. You got the moon and a sucker singing like this and girls walking around in little slips that you can see right through its music That's like this, that takes you their voices so plain that you can understand what they're saying. To me. I know what they're singing. There's lyrics in there. You may not know, but you will put them in there yourself. I've done that so many times just sat there and listened to bands play and put the words in myself the way I hear him. It's easy to do if you got the music in your body, man. You're going to do it. That's from the heart, Frank here. And all Ken dictated 692 music reviews give or take over just a couple of years and then his health got worse. He developed cancer. He was transferred from the duplex nursing home to a local V. A hospital. David kept visiting him encouraged other people, Ken's fans to do the same. He was at the V A was clear was going to be there for a while. He was Maybe he knew he was never going to leave there. Maybe he knew he was getting worse. Um, he certainly wasn't going back to the nursing home. Um and so It was really just a request. He asked me, he said. Those reviews could you bring them in here for me? Not all of them or anything, but just a selection of them to have He wanted them in a folder. By his bed at the V a hospital because I think what he knew I'm an old guy that there's just being moved around. And so he would tell people That's me. Like nurses and stuff at the V, A hospital. He wanted some identity outside of just being a frail guy whose bodies breaking down in the nursing home. He was Ken. He had a level of respect. But at the Vallecas Pittle, he wouldn't have had any of that. It's like, you know, you get moved into the hallway. Now we're gonna do this tree and we're sending it down to this room for whatever tests or you know, especially for somebody who doesn't really have Um Family or an advocate. Um so I They were in touch with me some I You know, I got my name under his chart. And Remember, I got a call late at night. You know? Wait, you know, maybe there's two in the morning or something. And just it was, you know, just want to call it. You know that. You know. Kim died tonight. It was January 29 1984. Ken was 68 featured obituary ran in the Boston Sunday Globe, headlined Kenneth Eggle in rock music critic began as tap dancer in thirties. It didn't mention his seizures were as diabetes or that he used to walk her toward the end of his life. It did quote from one of his reviews, No matter what instrument you're playing one of the quotes you can't lose that first speed or you're through. Mm Mm. David at the time was 29. He'd only been to one or two funerals at that point other guys from the nursing home, it certainly never had to organize one before. But it was David, who called the funeral home to work out the details of the wig. Fans of Ken cycled in and out paying their respects some who had met him in the past and others who hadn't David arranged for some of Ken's favorite music to be played. Sun Ra, the beach boys, Jonathan Richmond. And he took care of this one other detail that felt important..

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"s. travis" Discussed on By The Book

By The Book

03:16 min | 5 months ago

"s. travis" Discussed on By The Book

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"s. travis" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

08:07 min | 6 months ago

"s. travis" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"I spent time with him because Our just always go their home. It was just you thing they lived in the same house At nineteen forty six or so. And so i've just always go there lot. But i never really spent time like learning finishing techniques few here and there but is your host the Never been afraid. That was the thing he that i've learned from him just by watching like don't be afraid and finishing because it can be fixed or you can start over at any point. Yeah yeah and Always make a sample if you're trying something new and sometimes even now. If i'm doing the same finish. I've done a lot but a different species would. I'll make a sample board. It behaves different. Yeah exactly exactly so too. So that's that's just a that that register the good old Rattled the apple rid from From chri lon or Fantastic yes that is cool. That is cool and yeah there's there's no doubt about it and speaking of spray. Finish you know as noticing greg today so this little date. The podcast was posting an him in an about A spray finishing some chairs with milt paint. Yes that's gotta be interesting. I just want to see the over spray on that. 'cause i don't know what of pressure you got to get that mule paint through that i mean even if he then it oh the crap out of it right i mean they got to i would. I would say i would think so. Yeah i think they. They did three coats. And so yeah. I mean it's probably is it's interesting You know. I've i've sprayed that Fake milk paint the journal finishes acrylic. i've sprayed that before and It was a holy mass but I got it done but yeah actual spraying milk paint you. Wow but yeah. If they got a technique for doing it that could be a. I could be really interesting. But i just wonder you know the over spray you know are you are not only the project but you know everything. Within thirty yards is coded with milk thing but what cleanup on milk. Pain is that. Just soap and water. Yeah so yeah. It's easy enough to clean. Yeah but if it dries at stuff turns to basically turns to stone right right but you know you got a couple of days it it takes a while for all at that point but yeah within you know once you know that true milk paint sets up for a good week or two. Yeah it's it's it's like a. I guess it's the calcium and stuff in the milk and whatnot but yeah yeah it's really really hard crazing. Which is where we jurors before we leave talking to your website. The top chair on your website. I forget what they call that. It's a continuous arm. Love chair of seat something. Yeah tan is okay. So it's it's edited or sometimes kissing bencher so the backs are everything down from the the lines. The arm if that truly is one bend. One-piece bent is two pieces. joined middle. Okay okay. Brought rigor into liz. Yep yep but i mean just beautiful lines underneath and on top. I mean that thing is awesome. Thank you that. Just got selected for the best tennessee exhibit. This starting here our state museum in october and for good reason i would think yeah. That's very very nice. Is how how big of a pain even if those are the backs identical and so the joint is kind of just a mirror image. Yes okay okay. And i guess that one did and you got the crystalline stretchers at is just fantastic. That's one of my. I love those things that just and and really i think it makes it look like lighter than it is kinda thing you know. Does the job but as dainty at the same time it is pretty light I don't know what that ways but most of those Continuous arm wins by themselves. For only about nineteen twenty. Pounds right is that is the seat on that. One piece is one piece. What what species is it. That's white pine okay. And how'd you call her that. That is milk paint. Okay both of the is both the same color note pain plum the The darker was looks black. Has this slow black mixed in it to now. That is a. That's a good looking chair or sure. And that one. The pain on that one took me a long time just just because you had to separate the two between basically the s curve of darker and and then the cells You know i. Yeah but but it's it. Because i was trying to get it right because i'd spent a lot of time developing a lot of time. You know our d. And making sure everything and a lot of time together. I don't know how much work it took. It took a li- definitely was more than two cheers. That's the thing. I yeah i mean. That's the thing about that. I mean i'm not a chair maker. So i'm i'm envious of anybody that can do this kind of stuff but you're you're playing in in open. Three dimensional space with that kind of stuff that the the arm bows out in away in that has to come back again. And now you're in this case you're asking to twice in one hundred eighty degrees orientation that one was that all the other ones that were singer those. I've only seen a small pitchers. I saw one photo before. I made that. That only showed center section of. That's why i need to try to write intersection. It really was just two chairs but upped against each other because that's sexy about six inches wide Is that's called snow okay. And so that's what took me a while to figure. That out was the scrunch everything to give together to get that nice s curve road and make it the same distance. The whole way does is kind of each sitters. Really close in this thing. I can't remember the dimensions. It might be list on the website. Thank it's about four inches or so And it just it kinda can't see each person a little bit out from the so it's kinda it's a it was a weird ideas pisa plywood now Bunch of holes in it. Because i i was trying to figure it out. You know did a lot of layout on a drill holes little fake arm stumps and try to get it. Get it just right in the end. I just had to go forward. After i got together. It worked out again. That was going to be my next question. Like how do you when you're digging something like that where you really only have a few images and you really don't have a real real solid reference you know. Are you full scale. Mockup kinda stuff to figure out angles lines. You know that has to be the the. I did full-scale just arm. Because i wanted to arm to match in relation with an s curve and then everything else is they're known because you know continuous arm rock. Yeah okay arm. Those angles are you know or you. Also there sit from where they are in relation to the harm. Blow to get those crillon to meet in the center you know. There's that center post in the chair. And i just hung up plumb bob from that to where they would meet and then that's how i drew my bending form for those. You know you you had your to outside..

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"s. travis" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

08:55 min | 6 months ago

"s. travis" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"Most cases are a couple that everything was right on the money but most cases i had to refund of You know from a few bucks. Up to fifty bucks on some the internet's orders. I had but wow you want international though. See it's gonna pop some one of these days. It's just going to be cash cow walking. Yeah yeah yeah But anyway speaking of that. So Good friend of a greg. Pennington's larry grabner. If i'm pronouncing that right you might shirt travis. Graupner larry graupner grabner. Okay yeah i've never. I've never met him. Just internet type stuff but yeah i seems like a great guy but he ordered one of my new Spindle drilling guides for greg. So on that arrived. I think greg put it through his paces last week and himself in anabol- trades made a couple of posts about it. And all of a sudden here comes you know way four of order so that was great. I can't wait to try it out. I want to try out over there. It's it's it's pretty cool. It's pretty cool like i said i was inspired by the that pig albert came up with. I think i said this on another podcast. After i came up with this This jig so i'm sitting there and i'm going back and forth unit. You sean murphy. Yeah jeremic also so me and him We're going back and forth about the jagan he goes. This is reminds me of something any went back. And i think he pulled a fine woodworking article from like the seventies or eighties. That had my basic concept. The exact thing made out of wood. And i'm just like yeah. There's nothing new under the sun. I mean as totally independent. I never saw that article. Never you know just. Hey i have this idea as the same exact i'll have to. I'll have to post that I need to do that but yeah just like you look at it. Yeah that's pretty much what you came up with Made out of wood. You know Yeah i think mine probably slides a little bit better than those kind of things. Where creature comforts. But yeah it's the same concept so it's pretty cool. Yeah so anyway. So that's that's what i've been doing so i'm processing these new orders and will get those. Those in the mail is soon as possible so and also with his fourth wave. As i'm calling it also had another At another couple of people go yes. I'll take one of everything which which my inventory is totally depleted from other jigs so it's like okay As surprised larry get one of everything. Well we'll see. We'll see you know i asked him. Yeah we'll we'll we'll eat. Might he said right now. He said he's probably going to pick some up but he said he's doing ladder backs right now so moved back on. Unfortunately that's the next chick. Kyle comes up with a ladder backs. Oh yeah i gotta build a couple. I but Yeah yeah someday someday. We'll i got. I got the new book But this is how busy on. I've been still in the cardboard box. I'm sitting here looking at the cardboard box right now so and it's been cardboard box for about a week so i need to open that up and take a look at it but it's excellent one. Yeah yeah i'm sure it is ensure it is so we'll speaking of Someone that has a ladder back frenzies. Travis what are you working on your shot. The last few days I've been helping someone Make a reproduction ladder back. here county. lois there was a Freed slaves who made shares up until eighteen eighty two in all the latter back rockers. Well known here. The his chairs are collected. They know but richard pointer richer corner was his name. Okay what those tears are other collectible. But they're still kind of undervalued so there hasn't been a whole lot going on but the the historian came to a local gill meeting one day and he any in the in love with them and i just happened to mention to the Guy became here hunter roads. And he's like he's like his rebuff. I think he had a has an undergrad history. I forget what is being likes writing about these things. Related to Slaves and in slate mittens and slay people and so that kind of rain here in a cheer course. So he's it all things and so he's actually written an article I think they're editing now. For more than ten. A on richard pointer. Oh cool so he wanted to make on a shares asked me about helping make it and so i said of course you know because it's pretty. They're pretty interesting. Cheers really strange. They're like a lot of the latter bax. They're they're heavy and there. They know all parts thick returned. Actually used i think of you'll powered power source really. Don't arctic terns we had to you know was so departure turn then stretchers backpost from pose on a variety woods because here maple or a host and so that was fun attorney forty two inch long maple host. That's ancient three-quarters ho man you have laid that big no no. It's barely work. I mean the the tail stock was hanging about halfway off to bed. Yeah just well. I've seen some people make wooden beds. You know to extend their lays out. Yeah i was hoping that. I can get because i have a treadmill power later built years ago but everytime the last few times i've used something breaks on it and a given up on it but it's just not like quit somehow so that when you could cause you could make infinite links way but we did that so in four days. We got the post termed and dan tan maple did just fine. Yeah i was gonna ask you to so been parts to it. Okay so these. His cheers are are atypical. That faction to they're they're actually have been posted. There's not a lot flair to them. But they're they are bent so Alford so it's just interesting. All the parts are fun in scott. Big thick arms. This is a rocking chair. These megan's scott thick ours. It's armchair rocker And the he's coming back sunday to finish it up or couldn't quite listen memphis and so any stellar day so yesterday actually And so he's coming back sunday to finish for discount to finish cutting rocker slots hitting those fit. Oh cool so so. The the the rockers actually go into the aren't going into the rocker. Okay yeah yeah so. It's like a like a windsor rocker. Type the knife-edge. Yup exactly the the difference is that that mortices incheon free quarter. thanks man. yeah how. And did i mention. It's maple right. Yeah but it's it's air dried bipolar. So it's yeah. It's not quite a full season of drawing on it so not green but not but not dried somewhere between. Yeah have you. Have you seen david. Dr table salt technique. For cutting the slog and I love it. I think it's great. Because always name cut mon- i every time i go to gregson. He's teaching a class or he has a little router jig. That does the same thing. Yeah but i just always just tank cut them. I don't i don't make that many and then the people that come here for rocker class. It's us at one person our baby to people And they like doing that. They like the hand nature of it or something. Yeah he's not. You know. I'm not disparaging any of our till us. I mean if. I had one of those gigs. I would use thing every single talk because cool that that. That is fantastic. Well before we dive into more about the latter backs Tell us a little bit about you. Know how did you Stumble into becoming a quote unquote professional woodworker. I literally. I'm only like fell backwards. I guess.

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"s. travis" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:16 min | 7 months ago

"s. travis" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Travis and Buck Sexton Sound off. Welcome back in our number two Tuesday edition Clay Travis and but Sexton show. To be joined by the very first guest on the program. The 45th, president of the United States, Donald Trump, Mr. President, We appreciate you joining us. Well, thank you Both. Thank you Both. Congratulations. Well, we're excited about the opportunity to continue to fight for the things that rush cared about so much, and you were a big part of coming on with his show and and and a big part of his success story as well. Well, he was a fantastic man. And you know, it's incredible because I didn't really know him. Maybe met him once briefly, And when I ran for politics still didn't know him And he he liked what I said from the day I came down the escalator and he was right there at the beginning, and then I got to know him, and then you get to know him. You get to love him. And he was great. He was President. President Trump Buck here. You know when you gave him the presidential medal of Freedom, so many of us just got just got chills. That was really one of one of the great moments. I thought Of of your presidency in terms of recognizing somebody who had had such an impact on the country. We want to know what you think about what's going on right now. How do you view? This Biden administration now that we're months into it Well, it's catastrophic. If you look at the border if you look at the way other countries are treating us, they treat us like dirt. Even Europe, of course, want to say even Europe was always bad. Europe treats us so badly economically and even military. If you look at NATO, I got $430 billion Being strong on the NATO. They weren't paying their bills. They weren't paying Germany was at 1%. They're supposed to be a 2% and 2% is very low. And so we were defending them and getting excuse me. I hate to use the language, but it's very descriptive. Getting screwed on trade. Uh, you know, I say how many I said Angela. How many Chevrolets right now are being sold in Munich. And she looks at me and smiles. You know, it's and In the meantime, we take the Mercedes that we take their cars and we sell them like hotcakes. Right? Some No is a one way street, both on trade. And on the military, you know, did NATO. They just weren't paying their bills, and then they make a deal with Russia, where they're paying billions and billions of dollars for energy coming into from Russia. With the pipeline, so they have the energy pouring into paying billions of dollars and We defend them, So I said, uh, them. I said, listen. You're getting all this. You're giving all this money to a country and then we're supposed to defend you from that country. What's this all about? And they just look at they sort of smile. And I had a largely J It was changing rapidly. But you know, a big thing was NATO $430 billion. Think of that. That's some number and we did a great job. We're talking to President Donald Trump 45 himself. You got criticized to the nth degree for every press conference. You did. Media talked about the 25th amendment. You've got Joe Biden now traveling around trying to negotiate deals, and I'm sure you've watched some of his press conferences. Do you feel like he's going to be able to finish his term? Do you think Kamala Harris might end up president before we even get to 2024? I have to be fair. I don't think I get criticized. I think they thought that they thought certain things, but they didn't think they didn't think he was a dummy meaning? Your friend Trump. Uh, they never said that. But And the 25th. You know, I did something that I noticed. A lot of people are recommending. I took a test a cognitive test, which they say is pretty tough, and I aced the test. And they put it out. And I never heard it was actually a great thing. I did it, and it was risky because if you do badly against reported, okay, you know other numerous doctors watching. Then it's at a certain hospital. It's very public. So if you do badly, but I did it and, uh, I did very well, I did I think perfectly and a lot of people have suggesting that he do that. He would not pass it. He would not do well on it, but a lot of people are suggesting that he do that, and Look, I watch and you watch and we see the same things and you don't want to talk about it, but the rest of the world If they don't respect your president, you have a problem. They had a lot of respect for our country. Uh, six months ago, and before I was speaking to former lottery that a lot of respect, you wouldn't have seen missiles flying all over the place. Into Israel, and you wouldn't see the scene even China talking the way they spoke to our people. Our representatives in Alaska. They never spoke to us that way. We're speaking of former President Donald J. Trump here on the show for anyone who is joining us as we're going, President Trump Buck here. I just want to know we had Camilla just just barely beat you to the border. Now she's the borders are you are? You're not the borders are right now. Um, we want to know how you think. The border situation is unfolding. And I mean is this isn't the worst it's ever been. Is that fair to say? In history. Absolutely, You know, they were saying it's the worst than 20 years, I said, Are you talking about 20 years? It's by far the worst in history and Seven months ago. It was the best in history. It was the best we've ever had met included drugs that included human trafficking where we had it. Very strongly stopped. You know you're never going to make it perfect. It's a big, long border, but we had it stopped the wall we built, you know, five almost 500 miles of wall. And this guy's stop the final little portion of it. And you can't do that, and now they want to build it. I understand. They want to build it to having a hard time with the contractors because the contractors say Well, you told us to stop. So give us five times one money that we would have gotten Had..

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"s. travis" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:28 min | 7 months ago

"s. travis" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Travis and Buck Saxon Show America. We have the former president of the United States joining us in just about a half an hour. So be sure to tune in for that we have so much talk about the border, the Biden regime. And yes, well, 45 run again. And I suppose that point you could be that you could be 45 47. I'm sorry. Yes, that's that's right. My math is right now. Just making sure that would be fun. So we do also want to point out that Kamala Harris. Went went to the border. But as as my friend clay here noted earlier in the hour Not a very good way. I think we could say not our robust visit Clay a a perfunctory drive by. I think it's fair to say Yeah, it's kind of like a pit stop. I just started watching that that Formula One show I should You ever seen this thing? It's on Netflix. It's all about Formula One. It's amazing. I've heard. It's great. I've actually heard about it. But no, I haven't seen any of it. And I think of it because the pit stop when you see these these guys Changing all the stuff. Yeah, everything has to take care. Amazing, but it was like Kamila was a formula One driver making a pit stop at the border. It was very quick. You wanted to get out of their rapidly and some were asking questions. Um and we should We should pose this to 45 when he joins us in a bit, but What exactly did come and learn. And what does she want to do about the border as the borders are, and also why didn't she actually even visit a child migrant facility under this administration? You should think she'd want to see that firsthand. DHS Secretary Mayorkas was asked. And here's what he said. Play nine, The vice president and the president directed Javier Becerra, the secretary of Health and human services to visit Fort Bliss, which is under his responsibility, and he's doing so today. It was just 10 miles away. Why not included on the vice president's trip? Well, you know, we had quite a bit to see and we were able to meet with the CBP, the customs and border protection personnel, both in the Central processing Center in the port of entry, The vice president was able to meet with migrant Children and understand why they fled their home. In desperation. She was also able to meet with community members to understand what They have been learning from the migrants who fled the northern Triangle countries of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. It was most instructive and what the president and vice president have done from the very outset is direct their Cabinet officials, including me to address the situation at the border. Yeah, addressing how you'll notice it's all just It's all focused on the The emotional poll here of the vice president was talking to the Children. About what we all know why they're leaving. I mean, this is America. They're leaving predominantly. Not entirely, but they're literally leaving Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala. Uh, they're leaving because they want to be. First of all their parents have sent them in the case of the Children but in terms of the migrants overall because this is the freest, richest best country in the world, we don't need some survey of why they're showing up. What we need is what is the government going to do about it? Clay, and that's the part that's always completely Just it's boilerplate. It's talking points. It's so we're going to have a committee to meet with the committee to come back around, close the loop and figure it out. They never tell us what there's never been a solution. And I don't know that there ever will be a solution, which is what's so frustrating, And I think that's why Trump had such appeal because the wall as an evocative metaphor. Is a solution. Right now. They're all different sorts of challenges we know and actually being able to build that wall. But that is a solution. And I think for people who live around the border or live in populous cities and states all over this country The current status quo is broken. And so what is a solution? The Biden administration doesn't have won. The Trump Administration had one, but it was being fought. And there doesn't seem to be a rational consensus view here, and they don't seem to care that The numbers are going up every Scot rocket. This is not. It's not like Oh, we had a problem And maybe it will be. It is a problem right now. I mean, it's happening. I still have contacts and friends who are At the border and in Border patrol, and they're still having a lot of apprehensions. People were crossing illegally. The drug problem at the border. I mean, I remember Clay I was I was about an hour west of McAllen. Out, you know, I mean, in the middle of nowhere and on the American side on the Mexican side of the border, there was actually a pretty substantial, um, city there, and you had migrant Children being Ferried across the Rio Grande on on boats, and we actually had national guard there. They had night vision goggles are watching this whole thing. And then just down river. You see, they're running down there using boats to run across the river to take the drugs across totally over with no chance of actually apprehending the cartel members who are running drugs across because you got to deal with the kids that are being put across the regret. This has happened. I saw this happen. This is happening. Every day. This is the situation as it's playing out and combo wants to go and tell us that you know this is a nation of immigrants and kids are coming here because you know it's it's going to be a better economic will actually has keeps saying the parents are sending them here. Parents are sending their Children here and handing them over to cartels in the process and putting them at tremendous risk as well. I'm sorry, but it is true. Because of the economic opportunities are economic migrants. That's what's going on. They just don't want to go through. They won't go through the normal immigration system, and it is going to skyrocket because you have seen so many of those migrants showing up even in Joe Biden T shirts. And Camilla went down and tried to say We're telling you not to come, which by the way when Trump said it was racist. When Kamala says that it's just Oh, she's trying to solve the problem, even though the language they eventually ended up modeling was very Trumpian. And we're going to talk to the president 45 here in a moment, but also She went to the border as we said, because she wanted to get there before Trump did. He's going tomorrow and so all this is just a bunch of show and it's It's also Very apparent journalism is supposed to be and and by the way, I don't believe that there is a thing known as journalism as a profession in America the way that people who work in it think they do. I don't believe in neutral. Oh, there's this. There's all these people work for newspapers, and they have no beliefs, and it doesn't actually bleed over into the running. But that's another conversation. Journalism is supposed to be at least allegedly. It's supposed to be about speaking truth to power and holding those who are powerful accountable, which is why right now when Camilla goes to the border on this issue on any issue of the Biden administration. There's just not a lot. But what does CNN really have to say? What does the New York Times have to tell people other than the insurrection is coming at any moment? That's what we're all supposed to be terrified of. Forget about the problems the deficiencies of the people in power right now, let's all just cry about masks and freak out about another insurrection. I think the reason why The mask. Talk is coming back up is because CNN is just desperate to find a story. CNN's story. Was Donald Trump is evil. And then Covid was a Embodiment of Donald Trump's evil brought to life that was effectively CNN's programming strategy for the last year, But you look at the data just tweeted out an article you can go read it out kick. A lot of people have been sharing this data Jake Tapper's audience. Since Joe Biden took office. Has declined by 75%. He has one quarter of the audience now that he had in the final days of the Trump administration. There has to be Any business.

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"s. travis" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

03:33 min | 7 months ago

"s. travis" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Travis, Travis, Travis and one just south of that, like maybe close to to San Antonio North San Antonio. So what do we do with this? We celebrate it. We celebrate the fact that that our state mushroom Greg Abbott has wasted time with this as opposed to Getting it to where I can cook without having fear that my power is going to turn off. Let's be fair. Don't know how much time Governor Abbott spent into this. But we know the Legislature had to spend more time and passing the whole thing in the first place. I mean, he just signed it for all for all they said it was basically you know, all mushroom lives matter that he was signing or something, You know, I don't know. Our state legislatures that that's where there's so many cooks in there like that. There's people who who will cut off their nose despite their face if it owns some lib somewhere like there's a guy out of play. No, I think Who's a state? Rep and As soon as he got elected. He tried to cripple the states, Um Film industry, Right, Like Rick Perry spent all these years trying to to draw filmmakers like studios and stuff into Texas. Say Hey, come come to Texas come film here were awesome, were cheaper than California. Exactly. We got ad dollars. Sorry, we'll take all your money and we'll give you tax rebates and stuff like that. Rick Perry spends all his time doing this and the guy had a plane. I think his name is Matt Shaheen. He decides as soon as he goes, gets the state Legislature. I'm going to kill all that to own some Libs, and his whole thinking was, obviously they're making movies so they must all be liberal. It's like No, you moron! These are Texans doing Texas jobs. They're not Californians. I mean, he's thinking he's gonna He's gonna piss off some California It's like No, you idiot. There are Texans here that make movies too. Yes, lots of them. It's stuff like that. The cookie just Doesn't Process any sort of thinking at all. It's just doing stuff to piss off the other side, as opposed to doing something that's actually good for your people for your constituents. The state Legislature is just It's come on, man. People. People get elected to that. Sometimes it's just they're trying to one up one another on on how it's. It's just pure virtue, signaling for whatever party there, and it's kind of like social media in a way to a lot of the same stuff. Anyway. You think all that stuff's bad? What you know, uh, wait until they hear about critical mushroom theory. Oh, my God. Oh, God. Russ Martin Shell afternoons on 97 1. The ego call on Russ Martin Show afternoons on 97 1. Many go. Oh, no. No bad man. We've all we've we've discussed on the show over the years numerous.

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"s. travis" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"s. travis" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"So i don't understand the i guess i don't understand the game all the city like just not even use one inside gaming they're like i don't get like twitch and watching people play video games like i remember being a kid when i used to play video games and like how i had no patience for waiting so i would just turn. People watched for hours. People make a living just playing and other people are watching. It's amazing i don't understand it. I don't get it but guys sign up for our twitter. We're doing morio bros. One two and three savage. Thank you so much for joining us. Good luck tomorrow on the decades. I think it's really getting more at least your moving Tell everybody can follow you on the social media's and keep track of what you're up to and all that good stuff yeah. I need to start posting more on social media. I'm travis van winkle on on instagram. tv dub on twitter and. i don't even think i use facebook anymore. it's fit dude. People use not in the united states. And your talk some something like i'll get back to you on that on my board. Why your one of your new boards. I wanted to be your tiktok different idea. I love your first tiktok. Should be promoting this podcast. I love it. I think that's a great idea. That's a deal. If i ever get on tiktok it will be to promote this by the way. I appreciate your guys show. I like the banter. You guys that for. I love your approach on these hallmark films. They it's really dynamic and fun. And i appreciate you guys have me on. Thanks love it. I love having you i love you. Is that too much. It is too much. That's on me everybody How about we just leave by telling you and the we're going to be the first to wish you a merry christmas. Homework is a bramble jam. Podcast is produced by bringing graham presented by friendly. Td our lovely set is decorated by plum. Home the core you can check them out of plumb own main dot com for more information on bramble jim Bremerton podcast dot com every bramble jan podcast ad free with a brain gym plus dot com..

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"s. travis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"s. travis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"s. travis" Discussed on FruitFly

FruitFly

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"s. travis" Discussed on FruitFly

"Are stories are valuable to at least one percent to kinda help them like their way through whatever it is. They're going through whether it's coming out whether it's finding self acceptance whether it's you know or just needing kind of like that little nudge that says hey you're gonna be okay. Things are really shitty. And it's okay to honor that and you know just accept it. That's what it is. What's not okay is staying stuck there. You know it is one thing to sit down and acknowledge how you're feeling and what you're going through and having an appreciation for it for what it is it is another to get swept up and listen i am i am so human like you know i will go through facebook and i will see things like piss me off and i'm like i like fired away at like you know like a clever retort and like a comment and like no delete delete daily. I e can't get stuck there and you can't let those little things you know kind of distract you from the mission and the mission is to move forward in faith and when i say faith. Faith to me is not religious faith. It's not a faith in god. I mean it could be enough. That works for you then absolutely me. Faith is knowing that you know. I have survived everything that i have been through up to this point in my life and i did that. I have help a friends and family but ultimately that that choice to take where i came from and become the person that i am like that was a conscious choice that that it didn't just happen like i worked hard and i think sometimes we celebrate where we've come. I also think it's important to acknowledge what we didn't become the things that we could have. Easily just be honest. We let ourselves get swept under not push forward and i think anybody out there. That's listening that is kind of you know if you're struggling or you're just kind of you know you're having a tough time dealing with your mental. Help seek therapy your friend. A safe support group. That is going to help. Keep you moving forward because we have to keep moving forward. The only way. I will say this you know. I'm so glad that you put all this into a book because you know i know that we like. We were originally just facebook acquaintances when we first met over the years. Just like watching you post those and you know there's there's been a lot of stuff go. Yeah yeah whatever whatever whatever. Oh there's like this whole like spray of glitter in a sea of darkness. That just you know. Sometimes i was like what don't be so happy whatever other times. It's like what. Yeah this this actually. It spoke to me. So i'm super excited. I will gladly by whatever book that you publish about dot because it's now Traumas before we do the interview for the day. Where can our lovely family. That's listening to us. Fight you on the internet. If they wanted to. Yes i make it super simple. So you can find me on facebook travis whole Any other social media like instagram. Or tiktok it's travis warrior unicorn. The warrior unicorn is just something. I've embraced over the past couple of years. I embrace it gladly but that's can be found So you know if you like inspirational things and the occasional gym selfie come find. That's some good stuff. Well travis thank you again for agreeing to be on the show. I am super excited that you were able to me especially celebrate such occasion as the results of the twenty twenty election. You were always welcome here at the for five. Podcast thank you andrew. It's been a pleasure. My pleasure have a good one..

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