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"salem group" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:52 min | 5 months ago

"salem group" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Are you Judy she texts me every day doesn't see the text on a page at mobile dot com amazing conservative cell phone carrier you should be with them not with the big guys that support causes that you don't believe in go to page at mobile dot com slash G. O. R. K. A. that is page at mobile dot com slash Gorka you can text me every single day seven oh three eight six nine twelve sixty two how cool would it be to have the title of this treasurer of the United States I didn't know we had a treasurer I like that a lot the person who was the treasurer of the United States until recently is now the twenty six director of the small business administration you've seen her at the podium in the White House so excited not only has she taught at Johns Hopkins University she's written for our friends in the Salem group at town hall dot com she is Jovita Carranza follow but right now it S. B. A. Jovita are you that director Carranza yes I'm here as a bastion and so pleased to be on your show thank you well thank you for making time for us was so excited to meet the person who is at the tip of the spear helping small businesses across America what most people don't realize if you don't small business owner if you don't work for small business is that how off the population the working population of America works with small businesses it is incredible how important they are to the life blood of our country could you please tell us what you and and the president and his team are doing in this incredibly this time we've never seen you before you shut down the the economy voluntarily tell us about how what your priorities office small business across America well thank you Sebastian and let me just stress how pleased I am about the success this president has achieved not only.

"salem group" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:04 min | 7 months ago

"salem group" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Foundations of their religious beliefs and a common vision for a brighter future over the coming decades though this vision of a city on a hill would begin to waver a bit some people had called for the loosening of rules around church membership the concept that became official in sixteen fifty two under an agreement known as the half way covenant Hey Beth Norton is a professor of American history at Cornell University the half way covenant allowed people who had been baptized his children but had not yet experienced saving face to in fact be members of the church to be under the church's supervision and to have communion and to have their babies baptized but as the population of Salem group it also spread westward creating pockets of smaller communities far from Salem's harbor and original settlements they call these the Salem village to avoid confusion with the older more wealthy Salem town during the early years though some of these smaller communities managed to break off and become recognized independent towns of their own places like marble hand and Manchester when him and Beverly it was as if Salem town was having babies they were moving out and growing up one other thing when these towns became independent they also earned the right to collect their own local taxes as well as build and staff their own local churches they became their own authority in a sense rather than depending on Salem town for everything which was a healthy development the fields and woods farther inland about a dozen miles west of Salem town were parceled out to a handful of families who were ready to settle down and form their families with names like Putnam and Porter Hutchinson and Ingersoll they may sound unfamiliar to you now but give it some time you're going to hear a lot about them soon enough but as these families moved west to set up their farmsteads they encountered a few problems.

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"salem group" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:17 min | 7 months ago

"salem group" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Happens the community's feedback we want to be transparent we want them to be involved cook is pushing for taxpayers to believe in his ten year vision for rock hill schools a vision that's going to cost two hundred and ninety four point five million dollars through a school bond referendum school officials also say they'll use the money to execute thirty two different plans to replace or renovate schools that are at least eighty years old enhance your athletics and wellness programs some residents of your county who are former school employees do not support the bond issue people for the ethical treatment of animals is buying some Billboard space in Winston Salem group wants to honor the twenty one cows that were killed when the truck they were riding in overturned last week on a high forty the trucker had swerved to avoid a bunch of deer that run across the highway the cattle were on their way to the slaughterhouse more illegal guns were seized in January than any other month since records have been kept according to CMPD over two hundred fifty firearms were confiscated in the first month of the year overall illegal gun seizures are up fifteen percent over last year new Mexico's governor Democrat Democrat Michelle Grisham has signed a red flag bill that will allow state district courts to order a temporary surrender firearms and to urge the sheriffs to resign if they still refused to enforce it some sheriffs from rural areas opposed the bill in committee hearings as a violation of constitutional guarantees to due process free speech and the right to bear arms the U. S. secretary of health and Human Services Alex ETS are capital hill Wednesday for a second day talking about the trump administration's response to the coronavirus these are responding to a question from representative mark Pocan Wisconsin about whether or not the trump administration will appoint a czar four of the coronavirus response I don't anticipate one if this is working extremely well if it doesn't work or if there's a need for a change as there is for instance implication of other emergency support functions under the N. R. P. X. and that would be for the president to decide perhaps there's a multi multi ES south leadership which is part of the R. P. is contained and they're always saying from your conversation you don't expect as are to be appointed today I DO not anytime the near future on Wall Street in this hour early gains on Wall Street have backed up we're now down to one hundred fifty two points on the Dow S. and P. is off eight and the nasdaq is still up ten at W. B. T. weekly local I'm mark Thomas the B. B. T..

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"salem group" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"salem group" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Ed, you or just Google or Bing web. Gazer Dutch AS you can actually do a real time demo, and I would make sure that it's the lights are on. That's all going to say. I got. Yeah. And got to think wearing glasses must complicate things. Like, it's not a trace trivial thing to to track is indeed. But cool. Yeah, it's very cool. So, you know, real time gays prediction on most major browsers. It does self calibration from clicks and cursor movements basically doing that presuming that you're looking where your mouth is point. Yeah. You're is gonna fall your mouse. Exactly. That makes us coupla is a Java script, you got it that whole I tracking thing was really about. What are the hot spots on your site? We'll seeing your ads now that's a great idea. If you can use it in correlation with your pages to sort of map where people's eyes are going. That's a great idea. Yeah. Our friend Kent all stat has a new companies been working on for a while. Now cloud army, which is specifically about applying Niro science to understanding people's behavior. And he and he uses it for market analysis for doing things like understanding whether people care about a brand or recognized packaging things like that. So in rather than serving directly this is actually studying people's. Savior rounded. It's it's complicated. Maybe we should have him on to talk about how we should. But he's big on the eye gazing thing, you think it's where people look it says a lot about what they're actually thinking. Oh, very good. Talk to him about that. All right. So that's what I got. What do you got grabbed come off the show? Fifteen eighty six from October two thousand eighteen we were talking to Patricia asked about reading other people's code, right? I think absolutely correlates with testing and this great comment, which a few months ago comes from one Arnon Axelrod never heard of him. Never heard me. This is great show is always Patricia gives some great tips and techniques for reading someone else's code. However, there's one key thing that I felt was missing for the conversation when you read someone else's code. There should be a reason and go forward, and that this should be kept in mind focusing your efforts and the overall shape of how you go about reading that code, for example, reading old coat of someone who left the company in order to make small change to is radically different from performing code review to a colleague on a new feature. Hey signs that I totally agree and often claim that myself that writing code is primarily a means for communicating between people sometimes between you and your self at some time in the future. And only then a means to program the computer, otherwise, we would just write our programs ones zeros. Yep. Which which true? Yeah. You know, these languages that we use? They're just giving ourselves different ways to express our intent, which certainly the computer correspond to. But also other people reading the cone. Yeah. The thanks Arnon copies. Dako- buys on its way to you. And if you'd like a copy music, oh by write a comment on the website at Donna Iraq's dot com or on Facebook. We publish every show there twice a week. And if you come in there, and we read in the show, we'll send you a copy music. Oh, by and definitely follow us on Twitter. He's at rich Campbell. I'm at Carl Franklin, send us a tweet because we we look at them. So. Yep. Read a comment from our guest. That's right here. He is on an Axelrod. He's a senior consultant and leads the test automated division at Salem group aren't in started coding in the eighties on a spectrum when he was ten and hasn't stopped ever. Since in the last decade specializes in everything related to test automation. And for him everything in the development life cycle is related to test automation. So this includes unit testing integration tests, new I automate automation, tools, including selenium happy spec. Flow and many more the best practices for developing test automation, TD clean, code factoring. Devops agile methodologies and processes.

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"salem group" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

10:26 min | 2 years ago

"salem group" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Very big welcome to you today. I'm your host Neal has very the good with co host, Dr rich, he rich, very very exciting. Very very exciting. We have a new affiliate. The biz in Miami, Richard. We started there. Right. And well, we were very fortunate to have radio American Washington up our show now, we're nationally syndicated more than eighty stations around the country the American forces network around the world carry our show. And now, we're back home with WCBS eighty busy Miami, man. That's so great. I'm kind of excited by it. I think it's terrific. Our good friends at home in Miami who've known us for so long. You know, it's been well over what fifteen years fourteen years Neil that we've been playing this game and doing this. And we're delighted to be back on our origin, so to speak, and and to join more of the Salem group because we we've been on a lot of Salem stations around the country and the proud owners of WCBS in Miami were now you can hear made in America where we never stop fighting for your jobs. So Richard big week. A very big week news out that President Trump in president Xi from from China are going to be at the g twenty meeting in Argentina. And we're going to talk about that in the next segment. What that might mean? But hey, look you. I I I really hope we can get this trade war sort of behind us. And now everybody working together again in building our country building our economies. What do you think? Well, you know, I sincerely hope. So, you know, one of the most important thing that we can do is work on the economy. I I find it to really good conversation to have whereas eight years ago seven six five four three two years ago. We were saying, well, you know, they're never coming. Back jobs aren't going to be here. Get used to the GDP that we've got this is the new normal, you know, and in relating to the show that we're going to have today. No, you're not gonna dig your drill your way out of this one with energy as as it was. And we all know that was nonsense and here we are an environment that we're optimistic. We're looking forward. You know, people are feeling good about themselves. They're their build their potential for the future of their children. And if only the rest of the media would carry that and we'd have a little bit less argumentation. You know, what we could really do great things, and we are doing great things with more on that in just a moment. But you know, you you you you said it, you know, drilling ourselves out of a problem. Well, you know, the United States, you know, was once upon a time, you know, energy. Resources were depleting, and we're gonna we're gonna run out. And what are we gonna do in? Boy, what a different world that is you know, with technology and everything that's occurred discovering the posits here in the United States that that makes the United States actually, an energy exporter who would've thought America becoming an energy exporter will here. We've got a great guests going to lead us to a discussion on what that really means. Very proud to have with us 'em. Mccown who is a former senior executive at the United States Department of transportation in the current and CEO of nouveau consulting bring him. Welcome to meet in America. Absolutely. Hey, thanks for having me on today. Guys. It's a great great great because we got a great Greek topic to talk about and that's American energy independence. And that's really brought about by American ingenuity and also president who said we are going to responsibly responsibly. Bring our energy resources to the marketplace. I mean, what a concept bring up what a concept. Yeah. I did a unbelievable. In fact, I think if you or I or any of us have said this five ten years ago, we would have been laughed off stage because it's something that every president Nixon. Little early. Seventy has said we want to become energy independent at some point. He became a mouthpiece. Because it was just totally unrealistic. Right. Well, it's not totally unrealistic. It's here it's coming. And it's fantastic. You know, the Obama administration was saying, well, you're not going to dig your way, you're not going to drill your way this not going to work. The irony of it is the one sector in the United States that were doing great was energy. And then and then turns around and tries to take credit for that. Because he was doing everything we can to, you know, make energy sector. I just found to be the hyperbole was ridiculous. So bring him tell us a little bit about one is going on in Texas right now. There's news reports this week. I'm getting all kinds of news reports Texas will pass a OPEC partners in oil production by twenty twenty three. That means that this is this is amazing. I mean, there's other reports out that, you know, the Permian basin in Texas alone will be equal to any of the OPEC countries except for Saudi Arabia, and that's just one field. So what is going on Texas? What has happened? Why are we in this remarkable position today? Well, we're in this remarkable position because we have some realistic policies that have enabled us to go back new technologies made about by hydraulic fracturing and other techniques that allow us to get at a lot more oil than we were able to produce in the past. And you know. It's pretty simple US. Crude oil production is up eighty percent since two thousand and five and you were talking about the imports, and you know, shocking with that net imports of crude oil are off by seventy percent. You know, as a former military officer myself, I spent time in the sand different places around the world wide because we had to be there because we needed at energy, and we needed a strategic alliances. But what you're saying right now is is producing almost were averaging just under eleven million barrels a day. And that's pretty amazing. And we'll be at twelve million barrels a day next year. And all of that the Permian right now is kicking in about thirty five to forty percent of that total and it's going to continue to grow. And what do I mean by that? By the next seven to ten years. The Permian basin alone could be producing over seven million barrels a day contrast that with the Bach in which is a big deal. But it's coming in at one point two million barrels a day. Holy cow. How much it Saudi? Saudi is producing somewhere around eight to nine a day right now. Holy cow. Basement. Yeah. We're producing more than Saudi Arabia. We're producing more than Russia's. Well, you know, what's really great about this. And in in against the Obama administration. Just didn't understand that. As didn't understand a lot of things about business. But the fact that we can produce this oil poses a dramatic threat. Not just because of the OPEC scenario, but let's look beyond that and beyond those borders, and let's look at Russia, and let's look at what by us being successful in becoming a net exporter of fossil fuels. You know, what in his rhetorical question? What does that do to Russia? Yeah. Couple of things to Russia. Russia doesn't like that. Right. Because they need a barricade hard currency. They need hard currency from other people. They want western Europe, central Europe, and their former Soviet satellite states to remain dependent on them for oil because oil at black cash, that's what they need to keep not only their economy going, but to keep doing type of things they've been doing to keep waging those proxy wars and Ukraine and stalemate in Georgia, etc. So this is this going in the right direction. Neil redo, this very very very much. So and, but you know for the American consumer ringing. We we still haven't seen maybe the the result of this the the fruit of of this incredible resource this watching that our country has because of why because because of the pipelines in we just don't have the pipelines. I mean, there's been a whole lot of discussion on the bombing ministration about the evils of pipelines and so on and yet we're producing all this energy. But we're not seeing the benefit at the gas pump. Right. We're not seeing in our energy bills yet because we're not we don't have the delivery system for it. Yeah. We're seeing it incrementally. I mean, if you look at natural gas crisis ten fifteen years ago. They're they're very low compared to a third of what they were near right on the crude oil side, we're not seeing quite as much reduction as we would like to see in the retail cost of gasoline and other supplies at the pump that that due to a couple of reasons. Number one, we are all tied together. It is somewhat of a global economy number one. And so we have to look at world energy demand. But number two, and this is where I come in is the former head of energy transportation for the federal government. We can't get our stuff effectively from point a to point b because of environmental opposition to pipelines, which I wanna throughout the right in the beginning. I regulated planes trains and automobiles they're all safe. But nothing beats a pipeline for safety for less carbon footprint for. Agency. And yet we have people out there that have decided that if they can't get their agenda across by keeping products in the ground there. Sure as heck going to do everything they can to make it difficult as possible to move those supplies to market. Incredible incredible. Hey, look, but it's but it's looking good, man. This is this is a great story as a great story. It wasn't a great story not long ago. But boy, this is this is wonderful in the American. Consumer American businesses American manufacturers, everyone is going to benefit our allies are. We're the right direction. Now, the time just keep the pedal down, and we're going to see the fruits of our labor, absolutely Brigham. Thanks for being on the show. Bring him mccown former senior executive at the US department of transportation and the current CEO of nouveau consulting. Thanks for being with coming up. Dr Ruffin, I going to have a discussion about many things we're gonna we're gonna talk about President Trump's meeting with president Xi of China and Argentina amongst many other things you don't want to miss this..

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"salem group" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

09:12 min | 2 years ago

"salem group" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"And find a kennel location. With demand expected to come back. The question remains does. This mean, the economy is back on track companies now after experimenting with offshore in places, like Cambodia Philippines. Poland wanna bring us. Chats back. We invest in the US where the biggest export in the country. In a cycle. And right now, we're creating jobs. From radio America. It's Neal Asbury is made in America. The show that explores American industry, large and small and promotes American made products. Everywhere foot knee allows berries made in America to work for you. Very big welcome to you today. I'm your host Neil has very with co host, Dr which were often he rich very very exciting. Very very exciting. A we have a new -ffiliated the museum. The biz in Miami rich, and we we we started there. Right. And well, we were very fortunate to have radio American Washington pick up our show. Now, we're nationally syndicated more than eighty stations around the country the American forces network around the world carry our show. And now, we're back home with w eighty busy Miami, man. That's so great. Yeah. I'm kind of excited by it. I think it's terrific. Our good friends at home in Miami who've known us for so long. You know, it's been well over what fifteen years fourteen years Neil that we've been playing this game and doing this. And we're delighted to be back on our our origin so to speak, and and to join more of the Salem group because we we've been on a lot of Salem stations around the country and the proud owners in Miami. We're now you can hear made in America where we never stop fighting for your jobs. So rich a big week very big week news out that President Trump in president Xi from from China are are going to be at the g twenty meeting in Argentina. And then we're going to talk about that in the next segment. What that might mean what? Hey, look, you know, I really hope we can get this trade war sort of behind us. And now everybody working together again in building our country building our economies. What do you think? Well, you know, I sincerely hope. So, you know, one of the most important thing that we can do is work on the economy. I I find it to really good conversation to have whereas eight years ago seven six five four three two years ago. We were saying, well, you know, they're never coming. Back jobs aren't going to be here. Get used to the GDP that we've got this is the new normal, you know, and and relating to the show that we're going to have today. No, you're not gonna dig your drill your way out of this one with energy as it as it was. And we all know that was nonsense and here we are environment that we're optimistic. We're looking forward. You know, people are feeling good about themselves their their their potential for the future of their children. And if only the rest of the media would carry that and we'd have a little bit less argumentation. You know, what we could really do? Great things, and we are doing great things. More on that in just a moment. But you know, you you, you you you said, you know, drilling ourselves out of a problem. Well, you know, the United States, you know, was once upon a time, you know, energy resources were depleting and neuronal we're gonna run out. And what are we going to do? And boy what a different world that is, you know, with the technology and everything that's occurred discovering the positive here in the United States that that makes the United States actually energy exporter who would've thought America becoming an energy exporter? Well, here we've got a great guests going to lead us to a discussion on what that really means. Very proud to have with us bring him mccown who is a former senior executive at the United States Department of transportation in the current CEO of nouveau consulting Brigham welcome to me in America. Hey, thanks for having me on today. It's a great great great because we got a great great topic to talk about and that's American energy independence. And that's really brought about by American ingenuity and also president who said we are going to responsibly responsibly bring our energy resources to the marketplace. I mean, what a concept bring up what a concept. A unbelievable. In fact, I think if you or I or any of us had said this five ten years ago, we would have been laughed off stage because it's something that every president Nixon. Little early. Seventy has said we want to become energy independent at some point it became a mouthpiece. Because it was just totally unrealistic. Right. Well, the fact is it's not totally unrealistic. It's here it's coming. And it's fantastic. You know, the Obama administration was saying, well, you're not going to dig your way, you're not going to drill your way, that's not gonna work. The irony of it is the one sector in the United States that were doing great was energy. And then turn around and tries to take credit for that. He was doing everything we can to, you know, make energy sector. I'm just found to be the hyperbole was ridiculous. So bring them tell us a little bit about you know, what is going on in Texas right now. There's news reports this week. I'm I'm getting all kinds of news reports Texas will pass a OPEC partners in oil production by twenty twenty three. That means that I mean. I mean, this is this is amazing. I mean, there's other reports out that, you know, the Permian basin in Texas alone will be equal to any of the OPEC countries except for Saudi Arabia, and that's just one field. So what is going on in Texas? What has happened? Why are we in this remarkable position today? Yeah. Well, we're in this remarkable position because we have some realistic policies that have enabled us to go back new technologies made about by hydraulic fracturing and other techniques that allow us to get at a lot more oil than we were able to produce in the past. And you know. It's pretty simple US. Crude oil production is up eighty percent since two thousand and five and you were talking about the imports, and you know, shocking while you're with that net imports of crude oil or off by seventy percent. You know, as a former military officer myself, I spent time in the sand different places around the world why because we had to be there because we needed at energy, and we need to district alliances. But what you're seeing right now US is producing almost we're averaging just under eleven million barrels a day. And that that's pretty amazing. And we'll be at twelve million barrels a day next year. And all of that the Permian right now is kicking in about thirty five to forty percent of that total and it's going to continue to grow. And what do I mean by that? By the next seven to ten years. The Permian basin alone could be producing over seven million barrels a day contrast that with the Bach in which is a big deal, but it's coming in at one point two million barrels day, holy cow. How much a Saudi? Saudi is producing somewhere around eight to nine a day right now. Holy cow. More. But yeah, we're producing more than Saudi Arabia. We're producing more than Russia's. Well, you know, what's really great about this in the Obama administration. Just didn't understand that. They didn't understand a lot of things about business. But the fact that we can produce this oil poses a dramatic threat. Not just because of the OPEC scenario, but let's look beyond that and beyond those borders, and let's look at Russia and look at what by us being successful in becoming a net exporter of fossil fuels. You know, what in his rhetorical question? What does that do to Russia? A couple of things to Russia. Russia doesn't like that. Right. Because they need American hard currency. They need hard currency from other people. They want western Europe, central Europe and their former Soviet satellite stage to remain dependent on them for oil because oil at black cash. That's what they need to keep not only their economy going, but to keep doing type of things they've been doing to keep waging those proxy wars and Ukraine and stalemate in Georgia, etc. So this is going in the right direction. Neil redo, this very very very much. So, and, but you know, for the American consumer bringing we we still haven't seen maybe the the result of this the the the fruit of of this incredible resource this watching that our country has because of why because because of the pipelines, and we just don't have the pipelines. I mean, there's been a whole lot of discussion on the bombing ministration about the evils of pipelines and so on and yet we're producing all this energy. But we're not seeing the benefit at the gas pump. Right. We're not seeing in our energy bills yet because we're not we don't have the delivery system for it. Well, yeah. Crew. We're.

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"salem group" Discussed on 101.5 FM WORD

101.5 FM WORD

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"salem group" Discussed on 101.5 FM WORD

"Ah i contagious encouragement this is keep of faith hearing the word oral one on one point five w o r d fm hit for a third of salem group hey i assume real spending some time with you today hearing a code of encouragement hippie homes well in cages welcome to keep the faith i'm leaving and i'm donna career with encouragement can take on many harms may here it's found in bond and dory's here's the taste i iso arches had to give me your he get on your whining end up somewhere like hall in holland not really like a vacation destination that people wanna go to gain who you're disappointed but once you get there you relented that honda's beautiful to waters zakhir it is such a big reduce it every time he goes approve goals officer to pick it up and my code said to him that he us dial sounding for her family's unfulfilled tree in an unlikely away from thinking about calling for stories on the pay unknown goldeneye on now lomu joe dollars weighed down the wing call in now eight home we really need is you hey are i am i even though logan lie right i i hey all i saw you hey no matter who we no matter world gene he stories and songs to help you find home and healing this is key buffet gene be the negative good the the lead the laura love a moment boom and i do think we loan pie you're listening to keep.

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"salem group" Discussed on 101.5 FM WORD

101.5 FM WORD

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"salem group" Discussed on 101.5 FM WORD

"I won here ever hilemon know hey laura i my momma when he here and in a binary where there was some way we eat away believed guided by whoever he'll hand i tell you all the time i think in the man honey what is your view who no i'm not hitting it value you are listening he who face hearing don't worry that pain what i won kuwait by w o r d fm hit for service of salem group hey we are so glad you're year welcome to keep the faith he around here is all about contagious encouragement triumph donna crew air lombi england's rinku relationships low attitude and you enter a new you here today might help inspire you to make a friend day even better.

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"salem group" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"salem group" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

"A twenty am the the word together we can change the world jake jake aol aol seattle a division of salem group losers our patel hauled hauled up up by by patrick vaus italian gunman with extreme rightwing sympathies shot and wounded six african emigrants saturday in a two hour driveby shooting spree terrorising us small italian city where nigeria man had been arrested days earlier in a teenagers gruesome killing the shooting comes amid a backdrop of anti migrant sediment shooting spree com arthur hour amid a heated electorale electorale campaign in italy where empty coroner aren't become one of the key key theme theme the head of the report under the mecca started dini had been been capitalising capitalising helmet killing killing of the teenager are encamped king apparent apparent says says with the nigerian nigerian who is the main has stopped stopped and his his clutching clutching took took deport the port migrants in in his his first year on offense offense author because because his party party corresponding corresponding colleen berry puerto rico rico governor ricardo resell o says thirty percent of the olive still that electricity which he says with the unacceptable in the us here again comes to to one one of the jurisdictions in the united states the energy grid is picked up in in the a matter matter of days days maybe maybe a week important recall it's been four months for for sella sella says he wants the five point six million puerto ricans living in the continental us to show their power during the midterm elections if you have not gotten a flu vaccine is not too late hit it may just save you from getting extremely say if you do come down with the flu we know that the flu vaccine will diminish the severity of the symptoms sentence doctor jamie camera says the old wife tale tale idea that the flu vaccine will give you the the fluids fluids falls they do get some kind kind of of 18 as some people get sniffles and some people really get a little bit more prominent symptom symptom atoll atoll in gene in gene that that is is actually actually not not the the flu flu it it is is your your body's body's immune immune system system building building itself itself up up last last week week 42 forty tuesday states states report report i i patient patient traffic traffic but but the the flu flu up up.

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"salem group" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"salem group" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

"A twenty am the the word together we can change the world jake jake aol aol seattle a division of salem group losers our patel hauled hauled up up by by patrick vaus italian gunman with extreme rightwing sympathies shot and wounded six african emigrants saturday in a two hour driveby shooting spree terrorising us small italian city where nigeria man had been arrested days earlier in a teenagers gruesome killing the shooting comes amid a backdrop of anti migrant sediment shooting spree com arthur hour amid a heated electorale electorale campaign in italy where empty coroner aren't become one of the key key theme theme the head of the report under the mecca started dini had been been capitalising capitalising helmet killing killing of the teenager are encamped king apparent apparent says says with the nigerian nigerian who is the main has stopped stopped and his his clutching clutching took took deport the port migrants in in his his first year on offense offense author because because his party party corresponding corresponding colleen berry puerto rico rico governor ricardo resell o says thirty percent of the olive still that electricity which he says with the unacceptable in the us here again comes to to one one of the jurisdictions in the united states the energy grid is picked up in in the a matter matter of days days maybe maybe a week important recall it's been four months for for sella sella says he wants the five point six million puerto ricans living in the continental us to show their power during the midterm elections if you have not gotten a flu vaccine is not too late hit it may just save you from getting extremely say if you do come down with the flu we know that the flu vaccine will diminish the severity of the symptoms sentence doctor jamie camera says the old wife tale tale idea that the flu vaccine will give you the the fluids fluids falls they do get some kind kind of of 18 as some people get sniffles and some people really get a little bit more prominent symptom symptom atoll atoll in gene in gene that that is is actually actually not not the the flu flu it it is is your your body's body's immune immune system system building building itself itself up up last last week week 42 forty tuesday states states report report i i patient patient traffic traffic but but the the flu flu up up.

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"salem group" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"salem group" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Division of salem group while the nasdaq as as a yellen will be your voice eleven ninety news this hour problems found all die coming on i'm round iraq stood and employees in hawaii this morning pushes the wrong button sending out on the lurd about a missile attack on the island which turned out to be false now the governor wants changes in the procedure that alerts sounded like this the us pacific command has detected a missile threat to hawaii and hawaii's governor david egei says it won't happen again because they're going to change the procedure it was a procedure that occurs at the change of shift where they go through to make sure that the system is working and employ you push the wrong but that push of the wrong button created panic on the island and on social media it was corrected by another alert but the governor says that took too long and needs to be fixed as well say i'm julie walker president trump peres publicly deny using of all garrity during a white house meeting this week but he's reportedly been trying to explain his comments behind closed doors president trump has been privately defending his reportedly vulgar remarks disparaging haiti and african countries a confidant who spoke to the ap on condition of anonymity because he wasn't authorized to disclose the private conversation says the president maintains he was only expressing what many people think but won't say correspondent ben thomas work is continuing today and the round montesino california for those missing in this week's mudslides right now we still are in a rescue mode so we don't know what his out there that is why we have the kanye's to help us assists cal fire spokesman bread buyin' eighteen people have died this week flu is widespread across the continental united states but it appears to be peaking us health officials released an update on nations flu season yesterday showing that patient visits to.

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"salem group" Discussed on 101.5 FM WORD

101.5 FM WORD

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"salem group" Discussed on 101.5 FM WORD

"And visit our website avertcheev outlook dot com hypocrisy of outlook tomorrow night at ten on the what a 15 wor the hearing the why one a one point five w o r d fm hits per curtis as salem group hello and welcome to to say hand for heating stevens while he spent some time refreshing no i'm saying and i'm donna career we all need something to russia has from time to time and harry pay he may find it in cages encouragement i with the phone away islet who is no set i didn't check emails and you know what i lived to tell about it i love this door with brand new white and what a feeling i could he saw looking at those who.

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"salem group" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"salem group" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Think she's good i we honor fiji's good anybody with whatever shares at work with the it but the funnelling this week as you know this past week a number of uh of radio hosts from the salem companies the people who do nationally mike gallagher and dennis prager tiger hugh hewitt and larry elder and michael medved along with some local host like general horner worked on one of my programs and does a local early morning program along with some of the other local hosts from the salem group has got invited piscopo is there owned by these way has you covered added talker oh aggasi what do you think they got a what's the report that you have from them having been the new exciting revelations or is this just a pr pitch for them well i know it's a pr pitch it's always exciting broadcasts from the white house w under any conditions so it was a coup for so long a couple of times during i i was i was on the cutting edge of of creating awareness of radio by the white house yup we were the front we were the ones that pioneered itch having talk show hosts broadcast from the white house as as outreach by the white house to talk media and it's audience we did it do you remember the first it was dark we got there in the morning was dark i sat at a table and next to me was a an empty table with a picture of g gordon liddy couldn't come onto the grounds of the white house because he was a felon do you remember that i remember the whole thing remember by put it together i was brought in a team that put it together as one of the leaders of the team but now so so but but i have to salute salem for pulling it off again you know i view the world through the lens of the radio industry i'm the political person and i mean that that was a great accomplishment but salem has built their basic cooperates mission they're they're they're on the air call sure on being all in for trump right that's though that's their reward at he could play ball with the right people you you you you you know to the victors get the spoils now that one of those see how the facilities those of public facilities would yet they're used at the behest of.

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"salem group" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"salem group" Discussed on KELO

"Of my programs and does a local early morning program along with some of the other local hosts from the salem group has caputo invite bid piscopo is they are advice the white house you covered added talkers aggasi what do you think they got or what's the report that you have from them having been there wet new exciting revelations or is this just pr pitch for them it's a pr pitch it's always exciting broadcasts from the white house i mean under any conditions so it was a coup for so long a couple of times during i i was i was on the cutting edge of of creating awareness of radio by the white house yep we were the for we were the ones that pioneered it having talk show hosts broadcast from the white house as as an outrage each by the white house to chalk media and it's audience and as we did it do you remember the first it was dark we get there in the morning was dark oh yeah i sat at a table and next to me was a an empty table with a picture of gordon liddy who couldn't come onto the grounds of the white house because he was a felon do you remember that i remember the whole thing remember is fi put it together i was in a team that put it together as one of the leaders of the team but now so so but but i th i have to salute salem for pulling it off again you know i view the world through the lens of the radio industry i'm not a political person and i mean that that was a great accomplishment but salem has built their base took corporate mission they're they're they're on air culture on being all in for trump great let's though that's their reward you play ball with the right people you you you you know to the victors get the spoils rare early see how the facilities those a public service italy's boot yet they're used at the behest of those who were in charge whoever is in charge you said that never has got the gold makes the rules the past the hour you're listening to the talk radio countdown show i have dug stephane with michael harrison the editor and publisher of talkers magazine when michael needs to hire somebody to work at talkers he goes right to zip.

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"salem group" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"salem group" Discussed on WTMA

"Of my programs and does a local early morning program along with some of the other local hosts from the salem group journalists his caputo invited piscopo is there owned by the way has you covered added talkers magazine what do you think they get a what's the report that you have from them i'm having been there wet new exciting revelations or is this just a pr a pitch for them well i know it's a pr pitch it's always exciting to broadcast from the white house i mean under any condition so it was a coup for so rail on a couple of times during i i was i was on the cutting edge of of of creating awareness of radio by the white house yep we were the front we were the ones that pioneered it having talk show hosts broadcast from the white house as as an outreach by the white house to talk media and it's audience and as we did it do you remember the first there was dark we got there in the morning whose dark oh yeah i sat at a time cable and next to me was a an empty table with a picture of g gordon liddy who couldn't come onto the grounds of the white house because he was a felon do you remember that i remember the whole thing i remember it's fi put it together i was brought in a team that put it together one of the leaders of the team but uh so so but but i thought i have to salute salem before pulling it off again you know i view the world through the lens of the radio industry i'm the political person and i mean that was a great accomplishment but salem has built their basic cooperates mission they're they're they're on air culture on being all in for trump yup right so that's their reward at he could play ball with the right people you you you know to the victors get the spoils now we see how the facilities those of public facilities but yet they're used at the behest of those who are in charge whoever is in charge as you said that emma's got the gold makes the rules the past the hour you're listening to the talk radio countdown.

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"salem group" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"salem group" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Of my programs and does a local early morning program along with some of the other local hosts a from the salem group for his caputo invited piscopo is there own advantages white has you covered that in talkers omega zine what do you think they got a what's the report that you have from ma'am having been their wet new exciting revelations or is this just a pr pitch for them now i don't know if it's a pr pitch it's always exciting broadcasts from the white house i mean under any conditions so it was a coup for so arena a couple of times during i i was i was on the cutting edge of of uh creating awareness of radio by the white house yep we were the front we were the ones that pioneered it having talk show hosts broadcast from the white house as as an outreach by the white house two truck media and it's audie instant as we did it do you remember the first there was dark we get there in the morning was dark oh yeah i sat at a time cable and next to me was a an empty table with a picture of he gordon liddy who couldn't come onto the grounds of the white house because he was a felon do you remember that i remember the whole thing i remember it is fi put it together i was part a team there put it together as one of the leaders of the team uh but uh so so but but i th i have to salute salem before pulling it off again you know i view the world through the lens of the radio industry i'm the political person and i mean that that was a great accomplishment but salem has built their basic um corporate mission they're they're they're on air culture on being all in for trump right that's though that's their reward at he could play ball with the right people you you you you know to the victors let the spoils early see how the facilities those a public service the but yet they're used at the behest of those who are in charge whoever is in charge is you said that never has got the gold makes the rules the at eu past the hour you're listening to the talk radio countdown show i have dug stephane with michael harrison the editor and publisher of talkers magazine when michael needs to hire somebody to work at talkers he goes.

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"salem group" Discussed on KBNP Radio

KBNP Radio

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"salem group" Discussed on KBNP Radio

"They have you know i have no reason to be positive or negative about i've more reason you know you know bottom and you know the stories and i do a positive but i happen to appreciated michael made then dennis prater's one of my favorites always has been larry older those are the main voices of of the salem group and they are the most intelligent i think of all of the of the political right wing hosts i mean that yeah i mean i think when i cover politics i tried to be what we're calling intellectually honest these diaz we're going to let jeffery go you know a major which is fair even though i you know obviously we all have people that were rooting for you have to be kind of fare in your coverage and you have to be honest and vulnerable in sometimes what you think is not going to be popular and you know i think that's one of the greatest get so i hope that i'm kind of the future of what there's media might look like i mean that's my desire out because i think the more women that we get involved in the talk radio business victoria carry included i mean this is on porn we all have perspectives and we can all talk about issues with out getting crazy at each other right they then they the other side of it is that there is there's a need for all kinds of things until being not opinion based political talk radio i so when we talk about things are going on some of our stuff is serious some of it is just plain silly and i have said this many times for the record off the record if i had the opportunity and i've said this for my entire fifty two year career to screw off all the time on the you know i would because that's just for the record.

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