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"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:46 min | 11 months ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"At seven P.m. Eastern Time, says Sunday's is our slot to kind of get you ready for the work week. Sundays at seven P.m.. That's four p.m. on the West Coast Pacific time. And if you're up early on Monday, will also air Mondays at eight A.m. Eastern time, which is really early five AM for the West Coast, but they create build manage show is going to television so wanted to Let you know about that. It's just September. The 12th. 2021 on my mind and on a lot of people's mind. This weekend, of course, is the 20th anniversary of 9 11. And in part of me, it's just hard to think that it's been 20 years. And in some respects when I start to look back on the last 20 years, Of course, it feels like it's been longer, but you know, everyone has the Where are you moment? I think Ryan for our generation. Um, it's the defining moment is where were you when 9 11 happened? Yeah, without question without question. Our parents, of course, were around for 9 11, but they also remember the assassination of president JFK. I think I think we may have also had in our generation. The space shuttle. That's true. The early eighties. That's true. I do remember that challenger? Yeah, Yeah, yeah, that's true. Yeah, There's just those moments in your life when you kind of look back, and you remember So I thought, you know, rather fitting today to start off the show. Um, that kind of talk a little bit about r 911 stories and kind of where they were at and Ryan. I don't know where you were at you. And I did not know each other 20 years ago. But we were both working in media, which added a different kind of wrinkle to everything that was going on. So I'm curious. Or you have family net. Uh, family net. So what was what was your day like on that Tuesday, so I was actually driving to work. I remember exactly where I was on Interstate 30 and for West Fort Worth. And making my exit or just actually getting on and I heard on the radio that a plane had hit. I guess it was our one right? And you know, I don't know if this is My and my tendency to under plot to downplay something, but my first thought was, Oh, it's a pilot pilot school, a flight of flight. Frankly, all thought that was just heard it because I think it had just happened right recently, fairly recently, not into a building, but you know, right in the neighborhood or something like that. And so that was my first thought. Well, then I remember pulling into the office and walking in and our engineers who the guys that you and I worked with and not at the time, but you work with him later. We're all gathered around. This is before everybody had smartphones Mart phones. We didn't have any streaming on our everybody's laptop, so we had to go to a TV set. And they had gathered around the one cable box we had in the building and turned it to Fox News or CNN. You know, one of the 24 sevens and and just kind of looking at it. It was it was at that point there were four or five was gathered around that became real, right. This is not just an accident. You know it had that progression from one. It wasn't a little plane. Then it was a big was a big plane but intentional and that's where I think it really shifted. When you when you realize that somebody did this on purpose, it wasn't a navigational error. It was intentional and family that at the time, um if I'm not mistaken, you guys were part of Fox, right? And you do like, not not yet. Okay, that became so I was just thinking about this. We'll go. We were not a news age. We didn't have a news division. We didn't do any news. But I think that week, everybody Yeah. Every television or radio broadcaster became news. And so we began to it's 20 years later, we were stealing footage from anywhere anywhere. We could get get a feed in to get just to get something right on the air. And so you know, that happened at eight o'clock our time, Right? Central time. And so yes, Central time is eight o'clock. We went live at 10. So we were just grabbing everything We could. Yeah. Try to cobble something together to put on the air. And, um, um, you know, I think at the time we went live nobody really knew other than that it had happened. Yeah. We didn't know any of the details. Nobody had claimed responsibility at that point. And so that remember that whole week was just kind of a blur of while we weren't doing news. We were learning how to kind of do news. And so it was a lot of late nights and early mornings and And figuring it out in the midst of dealing with the emotions right. A national tragedy. You know, Once in a generation, I pray national tragedy. So my story I was news director and radio station at the time in 2000, and one is a pivotal year. My life personally, My wife and I had gotten married earlier. That year. We've been married 20 years got married in March. Actually Honeymoon in D. C. Which is a story for another day. Why we chose D. C um and so you know, going into that day we had been to D C earlier that year actually went to the Pentagon where the tours weren't being allowed at that time because of renovation. And, of course later, we learn There wasn't as many casualties as could have been in the Pentagon because of plane hit an area that was being being renovated. But on September 11, so just to give you I'm in small rural town, Texas College town doing news? I was set to graduate. Um, actually, I just graduated. I graduated college in May. Still working at the radio station I did in college. And that day is kind of interesting because the local city because it was 911. They had an emphasis on 911 preparation. So the big story in local news in Brownwood, Texas. Before eight. A.m. was how the city leaders had this big event. To practice if there was a big emergency, and so I got to the office early. I'm rolling tape on the scanner and they're doing as if it's an actual emergency. And of course, it's not at this point. And so that was the story that day. You know, city leaders and county leaders are getting together to prepare. Of course, none of them knew, right. What was going to happen? Just a few hours later. We wrapped up the morning show Casino radio You mentioned you went on the air 10. We wrapped up the morning show right as the first plane hit. We were in ABC radio news affiliate..

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United States Advances To Gold Cup Semifinals With Victory Over Jamaica

ESPN FC

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

United States Advances To Gold Cup Semifinals With Victory Over Jamaica

"Well that was a dramatic finish. Yeah i give you extra time. So it's getting very late here on the east coast. And i thought we were steamrolling towards penalties Because that's just how things go sometimes. But no no no a hero emerges matthew hoppy scoring the late header by the way the i had Headed goal of his professional career. What a time. He chose to do it the. Us win one nil setting up a semifinal match for them this thursday at the much more amenable time of seven pm eastern time against qatar. You know you always throw the records out when the us guitar meat and a gold cup

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"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on Self Love Revolution Podcast

Self Love Revolution Podcast

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on Self Love Revolution Podcast

"So it's actually been exploding. Skyrocketing book go to. Facebook starts de married support group picture of a couple kissing every wednesday night at seven pm eastern time on clubhouse sponsor clubhouse call just went through this conversation last wednesday night as well you know. It's first time. I've actually discussed this publicly so You know people can join me there. But again anybody from the marriage perspective and i mean i know happiness that everybody becoming more aware of what's going on but also just you know mildly goal is to lower the divorce rate so anybody from a relationship perspective want us to take the psychology conversations only part of the discussion. Then we get an little sociology the quality and all the great things that happened when you build your marriage based as a partnership on quality but feel free to reach out but but jonathan again do you have friends. I appreciate give me an opportunity to speak on your on your podcast year. But more importantly. I'm looking for you and i- building this momentum the minner studio michael silver love talking about the minner studio. But you know anybody wants to you know. Anybody has a master's if they wanna to take the public. Take out to the world newbie. Shortly start off by joining the studio reach out the michael silvers. But that's all jonathan. And i have met in the nine ele- mentors studio great organization connected out so many wonderful people out there and man. My mind is just personal conscious. Collective conscious to give your parents merged them all. I got some work cut out ahead of me. I am so grateful for you. Tim thank you so much for being here for shea. Jonathan thank you very much again. I can't tell you how much i appreciate you. Give me an opportunity to come and share. Because there's something very passionate about so so happy sharing. We will have a follow up to this. We'll get into the real basics of marriage. Here's a look. I'm realizing we're gonna see timmy again on this podcast beg roadway for watching listening like leave reviews grad. All that kind of stuff in it. She found a helpful I think this really was novel stuff in here. Share with someone that could really use. It will see you go there. We will see you all next night. Much luck to you all..

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"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on Late Night Parents

Late Night Parents

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on Late Night Parents

"On the digital in the regular season agent the regular season all georgia's eight is agent p. He is basic kicking everybody in the throat playoffs. He turns into perry of the platypus. Okay you sit. There is nothing it will happen again. The playoffs i think they can get past brown one. Dr the mitchell will handle. I think the jazz will handle them around to a another shameless plug. Twenty doing crypto currency roundtable tonight at seven pm eastern time okay so archive listeners. If you're listening to this and is beyond seven. Pm eastern time. Then you missed it. But it's okay. You can go to tony v.'s. Broadcast and you can pull it out. And we'll make an appearance. Because i am the crypto novice. But he's had some real experts on there to talk about was what happened this week with the crash what to do whether the you know buy low sell high all the above and energy efficiency all the other types of stuff so. That's a shameless plug for tony de that. We wanted him to come up and talk about. But he's at work right now so i just want to shift. The we're almost our hotels. Telling me the crypto currencies gonna wiler to come to new york. We could afford it. They got a nice nice salary cap. Coin hey danny. A resident expert and the rest of the hamburgers that on the panel including myself What is your thought on the. Mvp joker everyone's favorite son curry or trust the process. Listen it's real simple. You look at the candidates you cannot give. Mvp to award for player who did not make the playoffs. It just doesn't work that way. They didn't make the playoffs steph. Curry didn't make the playoffs. That is what it is so is now down to joker as down to embiid to me and to me jokers better season. He stepped gamma to a whole new level. Especially after the injury. Jamal murray i know the sixers had the best record in the eastern conference but embiid miss too much time compared to joker. so i'm taking joker I just want to curry and my top three anyway. So so give me yoga. Yoga repeatedly we. We're gonna tony building. He's on his break. He's.

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"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Yeah this is a history project this this is if you wanna see if you're like into the special features if you wanna see what it was like before it was released. What are some of the things they tried. It didn't work or got rid of. This is a treasure trove of that kind of thing. Patrick you had a really good comparison to to music for the soul. Yeah it was like this is like when you buy that. Reissue of an album and they have the demos and the alternate takes and If if if the artist really despises you a bunch of remixes of it so I was laughing as it. You know as again. We're talking about your day internet. it's it's you know. These are our final featuring complete. They probably wrote run. There's already issues with the. Ps two only emulator. Only being in about ninety percents So it's it's it's really it's like. Oh so that's what that sounded like before he went the studio. Why and for good. They really wasn't finished for good day. Listeners my drive just finished copying over in case you were wondering all right. Let's check out the mailbag leads. Do at this one comes from driven in jamaica. Who has more ideas about what we should do with. Our dns meets twist that. This week in science crossover shell. That's coming up in april. Says how about the question of when we will be able to download edible fast food round says. I want to download anita pizza. Can't be difficult. Teleportation rate or should we be making more intelligent machine robots or should we be making ourselves more intelligence or example. Let's inject nanoparticles into our own bodies enhanced. Physical mental social health abilities goodstuff. Yeah so don't forget. We're doing a crossover with this week. Science april seventeenth at seven pm eastern time more details to follow. But what do you want us to about with dr kiki and blair and justin and me and sarah roger so keep those emails coming thank you. That's good one indeed and if you have any other questions comments ideas thoughts about anything that we talk about. Any of our shows feedback daily tech new show dot.

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"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"And at the time i was doing some video editing by was like this is great like this is my main computer. This is what i'm going to use. This is the best screen and and and power. That i need but patrick you're right. It was actually very specific about what. I could put that in because it was huge. Actually still have it around here. Somewhere but But yeah it's to just be like yes these inches. Most people don't have have ways to be portable with something that's supposed to be portable and that's the whole selling point about it is that it's portable. It's big i'm giggling. 'cause i had an uncle who is six foot four and probably a little bit wider than i am in the shoulders. Now it's like you don't want that laptop it's too big. And he got it and like three months later is like i see what you mean about the big laptops now. Envisioning you with the backpack. Sticking out of either side of your shoulders. screen is so big. I mean it's it's yeah. I had to use it recently because by old mac book pro had died and i was like well. It still works but oh my god. I can't believe this. Form factor was something that i was using all this time. Well the preservation group hidden palace. Have you heard of them has obtained fi seven hundred fifty two. Ps two games prototypes and demos from not only collectors but also shuttered developers and defunct media outlets as part of the project deluge initiative god of war to category of our dominancy kami and the ratchet and clank series. All there along with e. three demos like shadow of the colossus and some rough games for titles like def jam fight for new york and tony hawkes pro skater. Three hadn't palace says it's check for differences from retail versions and to make sure that the prototypes will run in emulators. Yeah this is a history project this this is if you wanna see if you're like into the special features if you wanna see what it was like before it was released. What are some of the things they tried. It didn't work or got rid of. This is a treasure trove of that kind of thing. Patrick you had a really good comparison to to music for the soul. Yeah it was like this is like when you buy that. Reissue of an album and they have the demos and the alternate takes and If if if the artist really despises you a bunch of remixes of it so I was laughing as it. You know as again. We're talking about your day internet. it's it's you know. These are our final featuring complete. They probably wrote run. There's already issues with the. Ps two only emulator. Only being in about ninety percents So it's it's it's really it's like. Oh so that's what that sounded like before he went the studio. Why and for good. They really wasn't finished for good day. Listeners drive just finished copying over a wondering all right. Let's check out. The mailbag leads do at. This one comes from driven in jamaica. Who has more ideas about what we should do with. Our dns meets twist that. This week in science crossover shell. That's coming up in april. Says how about the question of when we will be able to download edible fast food around says. I want to download anita pizza. Can't be difficult. Teleportation rate or should we be making more intelligent machine robots or should we be making ourselves more intelligence or example. Let's inject nanoparticles into our own bodies enhanced physical mental social health abilities. Yeah good stuff. Yeah so don't forget. We're doing a crossover with this week. Science april seventeenth at seven pm eastern time more details to follow..

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CBS All Access Crashes as Super Bowl Kicks Off

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

CBS All Access Crashes as Super Bowl Kicks Off

"Who were looking to stream. The super bowl took a blind side. Hit as the kansas city chiefs kicked off against the tampa bay buccaneers of course last sunday and tampa viacom. Cbs streaming app cbs. All access the only thing that for some stupid reason. I actually pay for experienced technical issues and use right as the super bowl starting finally after seven pm eastern time. Cbs selling subscribers. The issues were resolved and to restart your app.

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CBS All Access app had technical difficulties at the start of the Super Bowl

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

CBS All Access app had technical difficulties at the start of the Super Bowl

"Viewers who we're looking to stream. The super bowl took a blind side. Hit as the kansas city chiefs kicked off against the tampa bay buccaneers of course last sunday in tampa viacom. Cbs streaming app cbs. All access the only thing that for some stupid reason i actually pay for experienced technical issues. An outages right as the super bowl starting finally after seven pm eastern time. Cbs was telling subscribers issues were resolved and to restart your app.

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Fox News shuffles daytime lineup; CNN makes changes

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Fox News shuffles daytime lineup; CNN makes changes

"Some line up changes are in the works in a couple of news networks as a result of the election it's often the case that the news network shuffle their decks when a new president takes office and so both fox news channel and CNN are tweaking their on air rosters first fox it's seven PM eastern time hour will be led by a series of rotating host that means a move from Martha MacCallum who had held down that time slot though her ratings have been slipping lately on CNN Jake tapper will be getting more air time running from four to six PM eastern that leaves less room for wolf Blitzer situation room tapper will remain as host of state of the union but will job share with Dana bash each anchoring two Sundays a month I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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SpaceX launches 4 astronauts to space station in new era for NASA

Daily Tech News Show

01:56 min | 1 year ago

SpaceX launches 4 astronauts to space station in new era for NASA

"One launch second crew of astronauts to orbit. That was sunday evening. Inside the company is crewed dragon spacecraft the first operational mission of the crew dragon which successfully launched at seven twenty seven pm eastern time on top of the space x falcon nine rocket from nasa's kennedy space center in florida nasa astronaut. Mike hopkins victor glover and shannon walker. Were joined by. Soichi noguchi from the japanese aerospace exploration agency jackson after over twenty four hours in orbit which they still are the time of recording. The crucial docket the iss on monday at around eleven pm eastern time. Yeah this was exciting. People were were taking breaks from their crown. Binging to watch to watch a crew get launched Not on non not as a test full crew Getting launched up to the international space station. And this is the return of the united states to being able to deliver its own crew to the iss. The test of course was the first time they did it. But this is this crew was like oh. It's like driving a used car. We aren't the first ones in here. I don't know. I mean it's it's you know there's four of them. I mean i watched it. I i was. I was countdown in an hour plus beforehand. Because i like watching the nasa stream on new two on youtube. I like the commentators. Although there are lots of ways that you can stream it but it all seemed so seemless and listen. I know that this stuff is very white. Knuckled nail biting for anybody who who works in the arena And some folks that. I follow on twitter. Were extremely worried about it because of course you know. It's a big deal but boy was that it was it was a it was a magical liftoff. Everybody everybody clapping. Yeah love it. Good stuff and the kind of inspirational stuff. That's especially needed this

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"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on WSB-AM

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Travis Scott's first Fortnite concert was surreal and spectacular

Asian, Not Asian

03:35 min | 2 years ago

Travis Scott's first Fortnite concert was surreal and spectacular

"So old. Because I'm sure everybody who is like below twenty five heritage Travis. Scott had a concert in Fort Night. Did you hear about this in four-night yet in fortnight he had exhausted so base. Okay so you know what fortnight is. It is like a big video game interactive game thing and so he had to publicize it and everything so like and they had like five of them so that different people around the world watch it but at seven. Pm Eastern time. Let's just say he they if you logged into the game and we're just like in the game map you're just like hanging out. The whole game map changed and it became like a trippy acid trip kind of like seeing and it had a giant Travis. Scott like animated him like as a little video game. He's a huge and they don't have like a stage per se. They had this huge like almost like space art planet that was floating in the sky in the game and the whole map was the concert and they just played it along with the music and they basically just play detract. They played like four or five of his tracks as it was like fifteen minutes long. But it's just like you think of. It almost is like music video that you could swim around walk around and you online game so like different things happening so like when the Song Change. Sometimes you were swimming. And then he was like kind of floating and other times you're in space. And he had like astronaut outfit on and then other times he was like in the main map which is kind of like a big city and he's like stomping around and you can run up to him and stuff like that and like it was really well done. It looked really cool and I was like this is how people might you know experience concerts from now on. You live music. Who's just playing his track. He was just he was just playing it but clearly this was a very big effort from them to all these he wasn't like he was wrapping into phone or something. But Hey yeah that could be the next thing you know like. Yeah I thought maybe this is going to be something kind of like you know you're while you're there and there's like a concert stage and there's going to be a little. Avatar of him and that would have been fine. But that's like Kinda whatever right like you're you're essentially just kind of recreating shitty experience but this one is like this. He was huge and it was really artistic and it was like it took full advantage of all the technology. Yeah the game which was really cool and I was like. I mean we do not have the money of Travis Scott nor fortnight. So like there's no way we could do like a really cool comedy show. Where like we're huge in. It looks like you're taking shrooms and like listening tour jokes but very if you and I had the money and did like a fortnight takeover and Detroit do stand up those kids would like shoot us from fucking the ground they were taking. It would die and died so you can't do the show anymore but we page you a million dollars. Yeah sorry you know you're you know you're you're HP's too low. You know with the with the crossbow. So it was really cool. And I think I'm curious to see what's going to happen so you just kind of connecting with zoom thing. If we don't do zoom shows you know what else. What else can we do? You know. It's like? Yeah what else we got. What else we got not gonNA talk has

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"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on KTOK

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"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"We are less than two hours away from polls closing in Vermont and Virginia that's at seven PM eastern time and then beyond that twelve more states will vote this evening the last polls closing out in California at eleven PM eastern and and it's a high stakes night and I think we have some sense about how things are moving in the direction of this race bought the delegate count is supreme and the guy who supposedly doesn't have the momentum Bernie Sanders has an excellent ground game and ground organization which Joe Biden does not speaking of Joe Biden he doesn't have necessarily an excellent grasp on for example our founding documents here's a fun little moments on the campaign trail yesterday we always resell you know the you know the thing you know the thing uncle Joe

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2020 Democratic primary: Twelve more states to vote this evening

Guy Benson

01:02 min | 2 years ago

2020 Democratic primary: Twelve more states to vote this evening

"We are less than two hours away from polls closing in Vermont and Virginia that's at seven PM eastern time and then beyond that twelve more states will vote this evening the last polls closing out in California at eleven PM eastern and and it's a high stakes night and I think we have some sense about how things are moving in the direction of this race bought the delegate count is supreme and the guy who supposedly doesn't have the momentum Bernie Sanders has an excellent ground game and ground organization which Joe Biden does not speaking of Joe Biden he doesn't have necessarily an excellent grasp on for example our founding documents here's a fun little moments on the campaign trail yesterday we always resell you know the you know the thing you know the thing uncle Joe

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"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:17 min | 2 years ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Little Edie I'd be anchor baby nobody brought in any swaddling clothes what's going on what's going on there anyway it is great to be with you in a missus nightly monitoring the show as always exercising ruthless control all of the broadcast we have Keith screening coals in New York we have freaky Friday making sure that the beta went string to connect my corner of the phone north country to the technical center of operations in New York City is keeping every thing coming and we will have some great news for you because we have terrific Christmas music for three hours hand picked by rush he likes the Mannheim steamroller body lets a couple of other things in there once in a while once every three or four years the player track from my Christmas album on Boxing Day Boxing Day add that I've lifted to Kent Matthews to explain what boxing that he hasn't a clue as a clue what Boxing Day is he's got a baby hair on Boxing Day which is in America goes on the the ancient traditional name all Thursday and can match he's gonna be hat this they celebrate Boxing Day in Hong Kong even under the communist tyranny of the politburo in the people's Republic they have managed to preserve the ancient freedom to celebrate Boxing Day can will lead in the free hours Boxing Day special with you often Thursday and box side hold it to be a people what the as I mentioned last I would guess so stay the rest the time because man cannot live all of them you know thirty six hours work a yeah and one of the things I do is the box side Christmas show on which we have the this year we have the great Canadian rocker Randy back then and we also try handed a politically correct version of baby it's cold outside and various other things and you can find that if you go to Stein online S. T. E. Y. Stein online dot com a you can find that at and if you like that any fancy spending a bit more time with me there's always the box Stein cruise you can go to Markstein cruise dot com one one of the where it is still aspects of this impeachment thing is that nobody believes it's an impeachment everybody says it I I well I watched a bit there how many days notice it let me figure this out is to say so I think it's we're getting close to six days since the moment when the president was in page alone Sanam and and and MSNBC I think the vote came through it like eight fifty seven PM eastern time and they will during that this is historic historic vote I'll never forget where I walls when they impeach Donald Trump and all the rest of it and know where any way in the rest of America does anybody think of it like that nobody thinks the incidentally is sold even historic anymore it took a century to get around to impeaching the first guy Andrew Johnson and then it was another century before anybody brought up the subject again with Richard Nixon since then three of the last eight American presidents have been impeached two of the last four American presidents have been impeaches becoming fifty fifty this so becoming a thing anymore it's becoming is becoming routine why defining impeachment down so nobody apart from these shift from Pelosi and the media think of this as a real impeachment no the if you go back if you they used to do play used to sit in films of the period in place of the period during the Nixon airings everybody knew every aspect of it everybody knew everything about rose merry worlds and the missing section of the tape in all people were a gold on the TV watching it every day and and then they make films of the period I think I was this the ice storm the came out to bound to think of the late nineties about swing is in Connecticut or whatever it was and and the they have a scene in them in which there watching the Nixon impeachment nobody's watching nobody's following this nobody everyone people sort of understood that yeah is something to the Ukraine will be able to to do the exam well the trump made a phone call to you crime and and I think that's a high crime or is it a misdemeanor I don't know but it's one of them and they get MP nobody cares about it at trump's approval rating from the hill trump's approval rating is fifty percent fifty percent I'm all this if you wanted to do five days I'm and let's see except a rush was speaking at this conference down in Florida just may rush Neira Palm Beach he introduced the president and they had various other speakers that this conference and among the the speakers I had was and culture you also is down in that part of the world and they and then cold Sir he took part in some paneling man has been one of the most critical she's the one of the opposite of a never trump she wants trump to be trump area and she thinks the trump has been de trump if I'd buy various anti trump has that have surrounded him in the end and the White House and in the administration and she thinks she likes trump is trump this and she was speaking at this conference web a rush introduce the president if you want and that is a real constituency by the way there were people who was super trump those who would like trump to be trump pia and a disappointed because all all of of of policies where he's dialed the trump **** back if you wanted to energize that base against anything the best way to do it is to impeach the guy we're setting up a situation exactly like in Appan in the United Kingdom a week ago when everybody was everybody's been talking about how the failure to deliver bricks it people that own one breaks it people are scared of brexit they voted for brexit they were stupid moronic knuckle dragging masses who didn't really know what they were voting for because let's face it one of the problems with democracy is that it gives every mall on a value ten B. Constand the morons and so the morons voted for brexit but they didn't best to moronic to know what they were doing and in fact now they get the second chance and that is again a vote full socialism they're going to vote for the people who want to repeal brexit and in the end all those parties gone gone absolutely crash and more people voted conservative in the United Kingdom a bigger proportion of the electorate voted conservative in the United Kingdom than have done in half a century since the nineteen seventy election and fewer people voted for the labor party than at any point since nineteen thirty five and you cannot get about the reasons for it but one of the motivating factors was the desire to punish all the obstructionists the people who either attempted to sub vote the people's vote in the brexit referendum and that's what's relevant head that's what's relevant had sold even anything particularly today with socialism all liberalism all this is a mall vandalism because it gets to something more basic the fact that you were you were you for rejected the results of the vote and your trying to subvert the vote and in the United Kingdom they spend three years the people who spent three years trying to subvert the vote just got screwed over just call toll we don't want you just Scott told good luck finding some career off to politics is going on in parliament anymore and my view of my view of impeachment is that that's actually what's going to happen here the people who were like and culture and it cooled on trump because he wasn't Trumpy enough for them all right she now going to be determined to go to the polls and vote for trump all over again just because these creeps I have spent three years trying to deny him if I mean he's done things he said a remarkable ability to concentrate considering that even you know considering that the period the stupid free months France for a power thing they spend that period the deep state the prominent bureaucracy all the rest them spend that period setting up the structures that would attempt to subvert to cut his presidency off at the knees before he'd even been sworn in and people get people get that people get that that's what that's that's what's basically going on it he didn't do anything in Ukrainian made a cold to them vitamins on tape buttons on film actually the money a quid pro quo he says if you want a billion dollars to five this prosecutor I'm Joe Biden I don't know whether he actually did that he's on tape boasting about it so it we should give the same weight as a man who confesses to dumping the body in the light he's confessed to a crime on camera Joe Biden is a bracket he's always you know like when he was talking about domestic violence we need to keep punching punching punching it domestic violence when he's talking about Colin Powell I we to how we took a E. what he was taking it tie a train out to Colin Powell this gang leader who Joe Biden is man enough to insult by pulling him Esther Williams which for some reason is a big insult in the Philadelphia area will waive it was down a ladder and actress so bad but Joe Biden brags about everything he's at the center of everything is the toughest home by anyone's so he might just actually be bragging about something that never happened we have an actual video confession the corruption is the bidens hunter Biden a sleazy well for this creep making just shy of a hundred grand a month in a country where the average salary is two hundred dollars a month so he's a thief you know if you take the you know you've got that as you come take the Democrats seriously that's the whole thing is it's legitimate for people for rich people to pay more it's legitimate to redistribute wealth from fabulously rich people to to pull people that's what Elizabeth Warren once that's what Donny once but somehow when it comes to redistributing hunter Biden's ill gotten gains like his house in Beverly hills and a six figure stipend from the Ukrainian oligarch whose whose Bolton paid for the son of a sitting vice president suddenly all these great re distributors of wealth clam up you can redistribute anybody's wealth except under Biden's it stinks he's the corrupt one and and if you wanted to find a way to energize the trump vote while not energizing the Democrat vote which is bold by impeachment is bored by anybody else then this is the way to do it not signing for much working to take your polls straight.

New York Keith
"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Edie I'd be anchor baby nobody brought in any swaddling clothes what's going on what's going on it anyway it is great to be with you in a missus nightly monitoring the show as a ways exercising ruthless control all of the broadcast we have Keith screening coals in New York we have freaky Friday making sure that the bid went string connects my corner of the phone north country to the technical center of operations in New York City is keeping every thing coming and we will have some great news for you because we have terrific Christmas music for three hours hand picked by rush he likes the Mannheim steamroller body lets a couple of other things in there once in a while once every three or four years back from my Christmas album on Boxing Day Boxing Day I had that I'm lifted to Kent Matthews to explain what boxing that he has a clue as a clue what Boxing Day is get a baby hair on Boxing Day which is in America goes on the the ancient traditional name all Thursday and I can match these is going to be had this they celebrate Boxing Day in Hong Kong even under the communist tyranny of the politburo in the people's Republic they have managed to preserve the ancient freedom to celebrate Boxing Day can will lead in the three hours Boxing Day special with you on Thursday and Bogside hold it to be a people what the as I mentioned last I would guess so stay the rest the time because man cannot live on it a thirty six hours work a year and one of the things I do is the box side Christmas show one which we have the this year we have the great Canadian rocker Randy back then and we also try our hand at a politically correct version of baby it's cold outside and various other things and you can find that if you go to Stein online S. T. E. Y. Stein online dot com you can find that and if you like then you fancy spending a bit more time with me there's always the box sign cruise you can go to mark Steyn cruise dot com one one of the where it is aspects of this impeachment thing is that nobody believes it's an impeachment everybody says I'll while I watched a bit there how many days knows it let me figure this out is to say so I think it's we're getting close to six days since the moment when the president was in page I don't see an M. and and and MSNBC I think the vote came through it like eight fifty seven PM eastern time and their role during that this is historic historic vote I'll never forget where I walls when they impeach Donald Trump and all the rest of it and know where anywhere in the rest of America does anybody think of it like that nobody thinks that the incident liaison even historic anymore they took a century to get around to impeaching the first guy Andrew Johnson and then it was another century before anybody brought up the subject again with Richard Nixon since then three of the last eight American presidents have been impeached two of the last four American presidents have been impeaches becoming fifty fifty this so becoming a thing anymore it's becoming is becoming routine where defining impeachment down so nobody apart from these shifts from Pelosi and the media think of this as a real impeachment no the if you go back if you they usually play used to sit in films of the period in place of the period during the Nixon herrings everybody knew every aspect of it everybody knew everything about Rosemary woods and the missing section of the tape in all people were a gold on the TV watching it every day and and then they make films of the period I think I was this the ice storm that came out to about to think of the late nineties about swing is in Connecticut or whatever it was and and the they have a scene in there in which there watching the Nixon impeachment nobody's watching nobody's following this nobody everyone people sort of understood but yeah is something to the Ukraine will be able to to do the crown well that trump made a phone call to Ukraine and I think that's a high crime or is it a misdemeanor I don't know but it's one of them and they get MP nobody cares about it now trump's approval rating from the hill from some fruitful rating name is fifty percent fifty percent I'm all this if you wanted to be Fridays I'm unless except a rush was speaking at this conference down in Florida just may rush Neira Palm Beach he introduced the president and they had various other speakers that this conference and among the this because I had was and culture you also is down in that part of the world and they and then told her he took part in some paneling man has been one of the most critical she's the one of the opposite of a never from her is she wants trump to be calm pia and she thinks the trump has been de trumpet five by various anti trump has that have surrounded him in the in in the White House and in the administration and she thinks she likes trumpet is from this and she was speaking at this conference where Russia introduced the president if you want and that is a real constituency by the way there were people who was superb from those who would like trump to be calm pia and a disappointed because I'll old of of policies where he's dialed the trump **** back if you wanted to energize phat bass against anything the best way to do it is to impeach the god where is setting up the situation exactly like in their Appan in the United Kingdom a week ago when everybody was everybody's been talking about how the failure to deliver bricks it people that own one breaks it people are scared of brexit they voted for brexit they was stupid moronic knuckle dragging masses who didn't really know what they were voting for because let's face it one of the problems with democracy is that it gives every mall on a value ten we Constand the morons and so the morons voted for brexit but they didn't last too moronic to know what they were doing and in fact now they get the second chance and that is again a vote full socialism they're going to vote for the people who want to repeal brexit and in the end all those policies gone gone absolutely crush and more people voted conservative in the United Kingdom a bigger proportion of the electorate voted conservative in the United Kingdom that have done in half a century since the nineteen seventy election and fewer people voted for the labor party than at any point since nineteen thirty five and you cannot give out the reasons for it but one of the motivating factors was the desire to punish all the obstructionists the people who either attempted to subvert the people's vote in the brexit referendum and that's what's relevant head that's what's relevant hits only even anything particularly today with socialism all liberalism all this is a mall vandalism because it gets to something more basic the fact that you were you were you for rejected the results of the vote and your trying to subvert the vote and in the United Kingdom they spend three years the people who spent three years trying to subvert the vote just got screwed over just call toll we don't want you just Scott told good luck finding some career off to politics is going on in parliament anymore I'm only a few of my view of impeachment is that that's actually what's going to happen here the people who were like and culture and cool down from because he wasn't Trumpy enough for them all right she now going to be determined to go to the polls and vote for trump all over again just because these creeps I have spent three years trying to deny him a family's done things he's had a remarkable ability to concentrate considering that it's even you know considering that the period the stupid free months transfer of power thing they spend that period the deep state the permanent bureaucracy all the rest them spend that period setting up the structures that would attempt to subvert to cut his presidency off at the knees before he'd even been sworn in and people get that he will get that we will get the votes with that's that's what's basically going on if he didn't do anything in Ukrainian made a cold day the bottoms on tape bargains on film actually the money a quid pro quo he says if you want a billion dollars you fathers prosecutor I'm Joe Biden I don't know whether he actually did that he's on tape boasting about it so we we should give the same weight as a man who confesses to dumping the body in the light he's confessed to a crime on camera lab Joe Biden is a bracket he's always you know like when he was talking about domestic violence we'd keep punching punching punching it domestic violence when he's talking about Colin Powell I we to how we took a E. what he was taking it tire chain out to Colin Powell this gang leader who Joe Biden is man enough to insult by calling him Mister Williams which for some reason is a big insult in the Philadelphia area will waive it was down away and action so brave men Joe Biden brags about everything he's at the center of everything is the toughest home by anyone's so he might just actually be bragging about something that never happened we have an actual video confession the corruption is the bidens hunter Biden a sleazy worthless creep making just shy of a hundred grand a month in a country where the average salary is two hundred dollars a month so he's a thief you know if you take the you know you've got to come take the Democrats seriously that's the whole thing is it's legitimate for people for rich people to pay more it's legitimate to redistribute wealth from fabulously rich people to to pull people that's what Elizabeth Warren one such with Bernie once but somehow when it comes to redistributing hunter Biden's it'll gone and gains by like his house in Beverly hills and a six figure stipend from the Ukrainian oligarch who's who's bought and paid for the son of a sitting vice president suddenly all these great re distributors of wealth clam up you can redistribute anybody's wealth except on the bidens Hastings he's a corrupt one and and if you wanted to find a way to energize the trump vote while not energizing the Democrat vote which is bold by impeachment as bold by anybody else then this is the way to do it not signing for much working to take your polls straight ahead this.

Edie New York Keith
"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The seven PM eastern time rally at the B. B. and T. center in sunrise coming after a day of special guests live music at a voter registration drive with people not carrying cash as much anymore and the donations down in recent years the salvation army's red kettle campaign is now taking digital payments on what's called candle K. this is U. S. A. radio news with the recession ending if you've been putting off building your business now is the time to act general steel will meet or beat any price on a pre engineered steel building of the same size and specifications act now before still prices go up so call us today for free information call eight hundred nine six five twelve ninety eight hundred nine six five twelve ninety eight hundred nine six five one two nine zero Crosby says there's no remorse for his crimes in an interview with black press USA the eighty two year old maintained his innocence adding that when he comes up for parole the board won't hear him say he has remorse he adds he doesn't care about people talking about his sex crimes when they weren't there and also claims is trial was a complete sham many adults are not taking their prescribed heart medications due to its cost researchers at a heart and vascular center in Houston looking at survey results from over fourteen thousand heart disease patients one in eight say they had delayed filling their prescriptions took lower doses of it or stop taking it all together for financial reasons adults under sixty five women and those without health insurance both more likely to report not taking their meds experts say patients who are worried about the cost to talk to their doctors there's not taking them may lead to other health issues later on and president trump will continue that tradition he's going to keep a pair of turkeys from thanksgiving feast this year the annual Turkey pardon ceremony is coming up today the two candidates competing for the title of national thanksgiving Turkey your name the bread and butter remember you can find us online anytime we're at U. S. A. radio dot com and again find us online at U. S. A. radio dot com for USA radio news I'm Chris Barnes.

Trump to rally in his new home state of Florida

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Trump to rally in his new home state of Florida

"President trump will be holding a rally in Florida tonight the so called keep America great rally will be trump's first major rally in South Florida since he changed his permanent residence from New York to the sunshine state the seven PM eastern time rally at the B. B. and T. center in sunrise coming after a day of special guests live music at a voter registration

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"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"You are listening it is Friday it's August ninth it's two thousand and nineteen and we're here to talk about you your money the market and everything in between no really and everything in between and we will do with market and we'll do everything that affects the market then everything surrounding the market because it is about what is affecting you and it's not just your money it be the future as so much swirls around on a daily basis but we are pre taping the show in the final hour I will take you near the close as it's three oh seven PM eastern time as we head into the weekend and the call this a very wild week a very wild week well it did not stop today I will explain why and I'm gonna be very careful with my words on today's action I am gonna give you what I would call a dose of reality in case I'm I'm gonna give you the bad news I'm gonna give you the good news but I'm gonna give you a dose of reality.

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:39 min | 3 years ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on KTRH

"This Saturday seven PM eastern time not one but two former Attorney General Ronald Reagan's Attorney General ed Meese George W. bush's Attorney General Michael Casey when a discuss the mall maul our hearings as you know the program was partly pre empted last Sunday and the first half hour rated enormously I was very popular so you'll get the watch the entire program I hope you will Sunday a brand new show would kneel Ferguson is incredibly intelligent women discussed China and Russia we're also gonna discuss socialism versus capitalism I think you'll find it interesting it's not the kind of TV show that you normally watch because it doesn't really exist elsewhere on television yes tries to do it that they can't we do it ten PM Sunday on fox on life liberty and live in eastern time at seven PM Pacific I hope you'll watch also please if you haven't gotten your copy one freedom of the press or have a family member who needs to read or a friend or neighbor we gonna see somebody this weekend give them a copy I actually buy copies myself and hand them out did you know that Mr producer it's important the substance of the book is important because one of the grave threats we we face in this country is the lack of a truly free press and by that I don't mean government intervention I mean what's between the ears we have an ideologically driven progressive press a social activist press that's why you see all these radicals and so forth that's why you hear other hosts on TV and radio now stating something that never stated before because they read my book that the media are leading the charge the media are leading the charge and you see this and growing Tierney's growing despotic regimes that's what happens this issue about what how long are we going to fight I hate to tell everybody this but the battle between liberty and tyranny is permanent it takes on different looks different methods different adversaries different enemies domestic and foreign but the the yeah the evil diabolical schemes to destroy liberty our forever that's what the human mine that's what mankind tells us but history tells and we have to be mindful of this and sometimes it takes just organization to battle it sometimes it takes ideas to battle it sometimes it takes a military to battle it just depends on the situation doesn't it really is so bizarre when here how much longer will this go on we don't dictate that we're the ones defending liberty we don't dictate how long this that or the other thing is and may I make another suggestion to you if we talk about specific theaters in wars part of the reason some of these wars going on for a long time is because we don't fight to win the have we fought to actually defeat the Taliban in Afghanistan I'm not even talking about nukes we have such military might I'm not even talking about infantry look at the Vietnam War what do we really fight that to win no we didn't so the problem is in many respects the commander in chief for politicians or whomever is involved in making these decisions not the fighting men and women but we don't live in a fantasy world there are terrorists there communists there are fascists they're all kinds of enemies in genocidal maniacs out there I want to move on to Elizabeth Warren believe it or not this is the Boston globe one releases financial report Elizabeth Warren the Harvard Law School professor and consumer advocate this is from my twenty twelve twenty twelve okay wasn't just released and consumer advocates within was challenging Scott brown took more home more than seven hundred thousand dollars in compensation from teaching and consulting fees over two year period from twenty ten to twenty eleven over that same period she was collecting a six figure salary for two consecutive federal government appointments over the same period she earned a hundred sixty five thousand three hundred from September twenty ten August when I'm getting to a point August twenty eleven as an adviser to Obama before that she collected a total of a hundred ninety two thousand for leading the congressional panel that oversaw the US bank bailout those numbers were not required to be in our financial disclosure but they were provided by her campaign one has Patrick campaign is a fight for the middle class which he says is left behind in.

Ronald Reagan Michael Casey Attorney ed Meese George W. bush seven hundred thousand dollars two year
"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:24 min | 3 years ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on KTOK

"This Saturday seven PM eastern time not one but two former Attorney General Ronald Reagan's Attorney General ed Meese George W. bush's Attorney General Michael Casey when we discuss the mount Mahler hearings if you're the program was partly pre empted last Sunday and the first half hour rated enormously I was very popular so you'll get to watch the entire program I hope you will Sunday a brand new show would kneel Ferguson is incredibly intelligent women discussed China and Russia we're also gonna discuss socialism versus capitalism I think you'll find it interesting it's not the kind of TV show that you normally watch because it doesn't really exist elsewhere on television yes tries to do it that they can't we do it ten PM Sunday on fox on life liberty and live in eastern time at seven PM Pacific I hope you'll watch also please if you haven't gotten your copy one freedom of the press we have a family member who needs to read or a friend or neighbor we gonna see somebody this weekend give them a copy I actually buy copies myself and hand them out did you know that Mr producer it's important the substance of the book is important because one of the grave threats we we face in this country is the lack of a truly free press and by that I don't mean government intervention I mean what's between the ears we have an ideologically driven progressive press a social activist press that's why you see all these radicals and so forth that's why you hear other hosts on TV and radio now stating something the never stated before because they read my book that the media are leading the charge the media are leading the charge and you see this in growing Tierney's growing despotic regimes that's what happens this issue about what how long are we going to fight I hate to tell everybody this but the battle between liberty and tyranny is permanent it takes on different looks different methods different adversaries different enemies domestic in farm but the the yeah the evil diabolical schemes to destroy liberty our forever that's what the human mine that's what mankind tells us but history tells and we have to be mindful of this and sometimes it takes just organization to battle it sometimes it takes ideas to battle it sometimes it takes a military to battle it just depends on the situation doesn't it really is so bizarre when here how much longer will this go on we don't dictate that we're the ones defending liberty we don't dictate how long this that or the other thing is and may I make another suggestion to you if we talk about specific theaters in wars part of the reason some of these wars go on for a long time is because we don't fight to win the have we fought to actually defeat the Taliban in Afghanistan I'm not even talking about nukes we have such military might I'm not even talking about infantry look at the Vietnam War what do we really fight that to win no we didn't so the problem is in many respects the commander in chief for politicians are who members involved in making these decisions not the fighting men and women but we don't live in a fantasy world there are terrorists there communists there are fascists they're all kinds of enemies in genocidal maniacs out there I want to move on to Elizabeth Warren believe it or not this is the Boston globe one releases financial report Elizabeth Warren the Harvard Law School professor and consumer advocate this is from my twenty twelve twenty twelve okay wasn't just released and consumer advocate within was challenging Scott brown took more home more than seven hundred thousand dollars in compensation from teaching and consulting fees over two year period from twenty ten to twenty eleven over that same period she was collecting a six figure salary for two consecutive federal government appointments over the same period she earned a hundred sixty five thousand three hundred from September twenty ten August when I'm getting to a point August twenty eleven as an adviser to Obama before that she collected a total of a hundred ninety two thousand for leading the congressional panel that oversaw the US bank bailout those numbers were not required to be in our financial disclosure but they were provided by her campaign one has Patrick campaign is a fight for the middle class which he says is left behind in the recession well the financial industry has been protected within one seven hundred thousand dollars in teaching and consulting fees is forty four thousand dollar payment Sheeran in twenty ten is a consult for travelers insurance company for cases involving asbestos victims we understand that she was paid by travelers to fight asbestos victims for the little guy to saying and I'm not opposed to that mean they they have to have representation to but she doesn't present itself that way despite her claims you don't need to be a Harvard professor to know that insurance companies don't hire big time lawyers because of their interest in protecting the little guy said Jim Barnett a spokesman for the lan brown campaign here's the bottom line here is why I started this Sheeran over a two year period as Katie Pavlich has tweeted out four hundred thousand dollars to teach one class as Elizabeth Warren closes the night with complaints said Pavelic the other day about the cost of college for students just remember she was paid four hundred thousand dollars to teach one class shows well worth it Mr producer are you four hundred thousand dollars to teach one class they just know how to rip off the government they know how to use the government to line their pockets whether it's China whether it's the states this I'm believe it's sickening this is what I mean about a non free press how come not a single question was posed to Lizabeth warn about any of this going to debate some which he's participated in a not one not one question now the left is very upset that their hero Barack Obama was criticized by other candidates you're not allowed to criticize a bomb the media's discussed it with I I can't believe that they would attack Obama they're supposed to attack trump like we do Obama's to be protected and he still building this monstrosity in a historic site in Chicago and the complaints by the community left and right in local newspapers there and again the national media could give it the arts what sorry and all that so bomb here is Rebecca Bach on CNN today apparently she knows bomber at least claims to cut three go as you know Obama has been trying.

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"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"seven pm eastern time" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"This Saturday seven PM eastern time not one but two former Attorney General Ronald Reagan's Attorney General ed Meese George W. bush's Attorney General Michael Casey when to discuss the mount Mahler hearings you're the program was partly pre empted last Sunday and the first half hour rated enormously I was very popular so you'll get the watch the entire program I hope you will Sunday a brand new show would kneel Ferguson is incredibly intelligent women discussed China and Russia we're also gonna discuss socialism versus capitalism I think you'll find it interesting it's not the kind of TV show that you normally watch because it doesn't really exist elsewhere on television yes tries to do it that they can't we do it ten PM Sunday on fox on life liberty and living eastern time at seven PM Pacific I hope you'll watch also please if you haven't gotten your copy one freedom of the press we have a family member who needs to read or a friend or neighbor we gonna see somebody this weekend give them a copy I actually buy copies myself and hand them out did you know that Mr producer it's important the substance of the book is important because one of the grave threats we we face in this country is the lack of a truly free press and by that I don't mean government intervention I mean what's between the ears we have an ideologically driven progressive press a social activist press that's why you see all these radicals and so forth that's why you hear other hosts on TV and radio now stating something that never stated before because they read my book that the media are leading the charge the media are leading the charge and you see this and growing Tierney's growing despotic regimes that's what happens this issue about what how long are we going to fight I hate to tell everybody this but the battle between liberty and tyranny is permanent it takes on different looks different methods different adversaries different enemies domestic in farm but the the yeah the evil diabolical schemes.

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Empathy might also be part genetic, a new study concludes

Seattle Kitchen

01:43 min | 4 years ago

Empathy might also be part genetic, a new study concludes

"New center the faa says a private helicopter has crashed in new york city's river authorities are on the scene and they say the eurocopter went down just after seven pm eastern time north of roosevelt island the kraft is reportedly inverted in the water a video posted on twitter shows the helicopter land hard and then tip over no word yet on the number of passengers or the extent of injuries the white house is laying out a policy approach to gun control that includes a school safety commission led by education secretary betsy devos the administration is also urging congress to pass background check legislation rob farrago with the truth about guns dot com says people will find ways to circumvent such checks the solutions for the problem if we're talking about hardening american schools are very expensive this phil only proposes fifty million dollars a year researchers are shedding more light on the role of genetics and empathy cbs's pam coulter reports the study in the journal translational psychiatry confirms earlier research that empathy or how much we recognize the feelings of other people is partially due to our genes ten percent to be exact it also found women are more empathetic than men but the difference is not due to dna and finally the same genetic variance associated with lower empathy or also linked to higher risk for autism one researcher said the genetic link to empathy helps us understand people such as those with autism who struggled to imagine another's thoughts and feelings pam coulter cbs news two thousand firefighters climbed over 1300 steps today at the columbia tower the tallest building in seattle for the rest of us that sixty nine grueling flights of stairs and fullon gear in the.

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