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"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:01 min | 2 months ago

"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The stupid report. But you see when I hear your name and when you're young, and you're that Simpson, I naturally oppose it. Why is that? Well, because you have this guy who's my colleague, Krister Smitherman on twice a day who does nothing but bash up Playing, but you bash him pretty good too. Well, because he doesn't do anything. I mean, what he does it in what used to do? He's the voice of reason. Come on yourself. Are you saying the Smitherman doesn't do any? Did you just say that? I got that on tape now? Yeah. I mean, Hey, that's what I believe. I mean, I think the guy spends more time on your show that he does. City hall. That's for sure on, you know, so You know why you believe that? It says you're listening to this guy who comes on your show every day who bashes us in any way can and he was bashing. You know Liz Rogers in the African American community last week. I mean, I'd like to hear what his ideas are of what we can actually do to make this city better instead of just bang how badly at the rest of us are so you think Smith Herman's not doing a very good job as a council member. I don't know what he's not be honest, Chris. Come on now. Come on. No, I don't think he does a good I would not vote for him if I were voting on him today. Well, who ran ahead of each other? Did you beat her? I beat him. You beat him. Well, I like Chris. Mother, Man. I think he's a man and a woman about I like I like him. Politically, I think is wonderful. I like him. Yeah, well, I have no opinion about him personally. I know he's a good dad and father but A zoo council member. I think he's more destructive than he is constructive. You know, It's really good for the city of Cincinnati. Why? What? What a great family atmosphere. They got an 801 Plum Street. What? What would be a great Addition to government in the city of Cincinnati would be maybe another. So the clown another arrest her too. Yeah, and it happened. They had one well, yesterday PG got Thanksgiving Greetings. Who's going to get Christmas greeting sent a couple of you don't know when the grand jury meets again. I don't know. I wonder Beginning somebody's going to get the knock on the door. You think Chris? Chris Seelbach wouldn't? Who knows? You think Chris Seelbach? Nobody left. You only pay the only guys gonna be left down there is John Cranley. That's it. It's just Chris Seelbach. Do you think he would like To be arrested. I don't know. Don't ask me. I don't know. I mean, you know when they come up here, and they're next door to us at the FBI Sports news segue Joe Mixon officially out again for Sunday's battle with the Washington football Club. Well, The next man up. Thank you. Sigmund. Yes, sir. Have a great weekend. You 2 700 wlw Get the latest news, Weather and sports to start your weekend. Gary Jeff Walker has it on. I'm Jerry Jeff Walker Saturday morning with Jerry Jeff Walker. Tomorrow morning at 5 30 on 700 wlw this'll weekend.

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"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:58 min | 10 months ago

"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Lady of the Cincinnati zoo's Samantha the gorilla who just celebrated her fiftieth birthday at the zoo was euthanized Sunday morning the zoo says that she was suffering from age related health issues that were affecting her quality of life Samantha was the oldest mammals at the zoo organizers of the taste of Cincinnati say the free culinary festivals now been pushed back until later on in the summer due to the corona virus outbreak the taste will now be held July fourth weekend instead of Memorial Day weekend the city of Cincinnati facing a budget crisis brought on by the corona virus pandemic to help save some money by America's Smitherman wants to shut down the Cincinnati bell connector Smitherman says streetcar ridership is falling off from an average about fourteen hundred people per day to right around two fifty his motion calls for a ninety day pause in operations Ohio governor Mike DeWine does not expect to announce any more closures in the states saying at this point people are either going to follow social distancing guidelines or they won't but it is vital that they do it again people to stay away from each other because that's if we can slow this virus down some it will give us time to build out our hospitals we don't want to be in a situation where you know they're making decisions triage decisions like you were working on sign on with our bill Cunningham last night the governor will have another update later this afternoon we will carry it live for you golf courses remain open for now in Kentucky but governor Andy Beshear says that will not be the case if people are not practicing safe social distancing where social distancing is not being followed we're gonna have to close golf courses and other places like it down we don't want to have to do this this year says if you do go golfing make sure to keep your distance don't stand around in large groups on the green on Wall Street the Dow up two hundred ninety three points the nasdaq has gained one sixty nine and the S. and P. has.

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"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Mint announced on Wednesday that he would not run for mayor in twenty twenty one saying he wanted to spend more time with his five children the specimen family just over a year ago was struck by tragedy when his wife Pamela passed away after a battle with breast cancer some of them until around Scott Sloan Friday what advice is wife gave him before she passed me with black out moment in in a in a movie almost to me and she said at a quiet voice if you're doing the same things you're doing now after I die you're making a mistake in twenty seventeen smother home Smitherman was appointed by was appointed to buy spare by mayor John Cranley he was first elected to city council in two thousand three allegations that all three of tassels electric vehicle models can certainly accelerate on their own are being investigated there over a hundred Tesla owner complaints that include a hundred ten crashes in fifty two injuries in a document from the national highway traffic safety administration which is considering a formal investigation of the sudden accelerations involve about half a million Tesla vehicles including model three model S. and model X. from twenty thirteen to twenty nineteen the federal auto safety agency is already investigating three December crashes involving Tesla vehicles in which three people were killed Chuck's Iverson ABC news so far there have been no there has been no comment from Tesla radio seven hundred W. L. W. sports is a red update the Reds of sign left handed pitcher Jesse Biddle to a minor league contract with an invite to spring training middle made a combined.

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"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We added the public consumption, good. Then it's everybody should be happy. That's right. I'm pretty happy meal. Hundreds a lot. I think but, but, you know, David can live with it that, that's fine. Under more not less in this case. But to me, the public consumption want is paramount in that, you know, I'm not a cigarette smoker. And I get that in a workplace. I mean I came back in the day when people would smoke in at work, wouldn't be that big a deal. But, you know, if you didn't smoke it's like, man, my clothes smell, you just kind of accepted as a fact life, you're gonna bar, and you come out and you smell like an ashtray. You just accepted that the way things were, but I'm kind of glad we live in times now where, you know, you don't have to go through that if you're a nonsmoker, I think we've gone way too far I think if you are a smoker and you wanna have a burger, you want to have a beer and have a cigarette there should be restaurants and bars. Specifically designated smoking restaurants, and bars or maybe handing them out in the same same way, do liquor licenses because few people fewer people smoke, but if you want to go there and kindred, spirits, and puffins eat drink, and there should be a spot for you, too, because you're a as much tax payers, I am a citizen as I am in quite a quick knocked this public good concept, but, you know, if I'm walking outside, or I'm at fountain square and I you know, I don't wanna see someone who's very, very pro weed. I don't wanna smell someone else fire. Something up. So if you're if you're cool with it, you know, discreet thing is don't flaunt it just just be, discreet about it, and you're falling agree on this to my grandmother, God blesses, so emission written turtle she passed away about four years ago. Right from lung cancer. She was never smoker. My grandmother would never smoke know, she'd, like Jack Daniels, and if you've never and my grandfather, though with the Fokker and over year because science, you know, at five didn't improve secondhand smoke. All of lung cancer. And, and, and, you know, when I was a kid they used to have a non smoking section, and a smoking section when you went to the, the restaurants, I live, Trump and appointing in there, is that tobacco. Secondhand smoke is extremely dangerous who freely just yet. Here we are. We don't have any regulation, you're going to be when it comes secondhand smoke. And even if you smoke house, and it's one thing, but we're going to take the full federal or federal, state government, and we're gonna crack down on marijuana that have been proven to alleviate symptoms call from symptoms of cancer, and HIV aids epilepsy and sort of thing, and it just it for me and you don't have to smoke and as you've indicated you can shoot. Edible, do you can do all these wonderful things right. And people still believe that it new take marijuana that somehow this is going to be a gateway drug. And this is what undergirds people on capitol or my colleague council. Decision to vote against marijuana. And so people say, Jeff, why do you always talk about the historical the historical marijuana has what are you talking about the marketing wrong that have been done with marijuana because this is what we're basically our decisions on. And then, you know, you could find a study the prove anything, but mostly say there's not enough evidence even that marijuana is a gateway drug. It's been debunked. It has been largely to bunk jeffer- thirty years that marijuana is not a gateway drug. And of course, you gonna have people that, you know, the naysayers say, well, there's no such thing as climate change to you're gonna have a percentage of people that want to look at those numbers and go here. So but, but again, it's what I choose to do to me is long affects me and you shut the hell up. That's what we need. Right. Right. It's a decision I make to drink to smoke. My mom right now lying at Jewish hospital than the in OH blood cancer center, the woman never drank the woman never smoked, she ate cleaner whole life. She worked out and exercise. She's got non-hodgkin's lymphoma. Tell me why what, what is it? You know, it's not her. Lifestyle choice, cancer, selectively chooses people like my mom Pamela smitherman. You're all those people. God only knows why sometimes it's environmental and sometimes it certainly what we do ourselves. But sometimes it's just indiscriminate, and if that can people like Pam relief from it. Then then then we should move forward, Jeff. I gotta get going. Appreciate your thoughtfulness on this. Give us an update. Let us know. And we'll see what happens tomorrow. It sounds like it's going to pass tomorrow. Hopefully hopefully everyone shows up. 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"smitherman" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"smitherman" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"How you doing? I am barsky long around her. She our producer is Gareth. And you welcome to barsky radio. Hope you're doing. Well, having a good day all sorts of good stuff. So before we get too hot for teacher because I've got some really weird stories in this one in this segment of hot for teacher. I gotta get to this story is actually a. It's a good story. But it didn't turn out well for this in the superintendent, she quit her job. After she was caught using her own insurance to pay for a six students treatment. So this this woman your name is Casey Casey smitherman, head of the community school. She resigned on Friday in light of the insurance fraud scandal. She was basically she may go to jail for insurance fraud because the intention was to help this kid. So smitherman admitted to a thorny she pretended to be she pretended a student without insurance was her son in order to get him medical treatment. So the kid needed medical treatment didn't have insurance. She goes, oh, he's my son. And she was charged on the twenty third of January with misconduct insurance fraud insurance, application fraud and identity deception. You can go away for a for a good amount of time for that. Right. If there's one thing in this country that people will look down on you more for the murder. It's the corporations looking down at you for any type of fraud involving money, but but think about this. What about the this is big difference because most people who are fraudulent it's for their own good. Oh, you're trying to rip off the company, but this was completely different. This is the first selfless act of fraud. I've ever heard of have you ever heard of a story like this before? Because I always say everything is about intention. I think that the punishments that are laid down by the judges in some of these it's all based on intention. I have a hard time believing. She's going to get a lot of jail time. The judge is going to see this. Here's a woman who is trying to save this kid's life and possibly or get a medical attention yet. What she did was wrong. But the intention was to help the child. So how you throw in jail for five years. How do you do that? Well, it's tough. It's tough to do that. I guess it depends on the judge. She gets in front of because I'm sure there are plenty of judges who are no nonsense. Doesn't matter what she intended as long as you broke the law. I don't know. I I it's based on judges Throwdown sense is based on the the the the actual story the based on the actual incident. You know? I mean if things are done with malicious intent or you you commit fraud because like I said you want to get over on the insurance company. And yeah, you're going to go away for a while. But this is a different story. So it'd be I'm gonna be interested to see what happens with this with this situation. She said, I've dedicated my entire professional career to children ensuring that they have the best possible chance of success. My record of accomplishments clearly shows I've been successful in doing that. Unfortunately, my recent lapse in judgment as negative attention to the community and myself. So she said she checked on the boy January ninth at his home because he noticed he was absent from school. That's it all started. Then she took them to a medical center. He was denied care because he didn't have insurance. So then Smith took him to a different clinic where she met she lied about his identity. So the physicians would see him. So this is is this this is more of a lapse of judgement than fraud. Is premeditated. I I've going my way to fraudulently rip off this this this insurance company I link that's different. I don't think she'd be charged with fraud. This is just a lack of. A judgment call right? Yeah. I mean, it's a recent lapse of judgement after she said, I mean, that's the way I look at it. If if we're going just by the definition of fraud. According to whereas dictionary dot com. It looks definitely will it was fraudulent well around it what I'm trying to say is the actual definition of Frong as a fraud has wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain. I don't think that that applies to her. No, it doesn't. So why would she charged with it? She could be charged with insurance -application fraud. Well, maybe the word frog shouldn't be in their identity deception. Yes, she can be charged with that. She said that she was the kids mother identity deception absolutely misconduct. Absolutely. But fraud. No, that's the that's the definition of fraud shouldn't be charged with data hopes. She gets a good attorney. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, obviously any any attorney would look at this. Okay. I can get you off. I get you out of this because it was a lapse of judgement, and it was really wasn't too. To put money in her pocket. Cheating. Get anything. I was trying to save this kid. The kid could have died possibly. I don't know kind of what kind of what kind of element he had or you know, whatever. But but she she she tried to save him. I think this is more of a hoax than a fraud. Yeah. Well, yeah. I mean, what's the definition of hoax? Hoax is distinct concept that involves deliberate deception without the intention of gain or of materially damaging or depriving victim. Okay. Well, go there. It was a hoax then. So it was it was insurance hoax. The hope that doesn't sound as good on the Wall Street, though, of course, not. But that's what the attorney needs to work on to get that word out of there and get hopes in there. Everybody loves to do a little hoax everyone. It was an insurance prank a crazy prank. Prying cokes. Right. All right. So we'll see what happens just you know, that was the first story involved any sort of insurance fraud. I I had ever seen that that didn't involve something that was done in an affair is way. Too. Pocket..

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"smitherman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"smitherman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Smitherman says she recently went to the home of a student who had missed school and saw he had symptoms of strep throat. After one clinic refused to treat him. She took him to another. Other and said he was her some burner NewsRadio on one or five point nine FM. Video of a confrontation between Chicago police at Marshall high school and a sixteen year old female student shows, the officers repeatedly using a stun gun on the girl and punching her it's raised questions about why the officers were assigned to the west side school in the first place, and how they deal with students after the girl is stunned over and over again, she grabbed a stun gun and an officer punched her with his closed fist as he and his partner tried to remove the girl from the school following some sort of altercation, there CPS issued a statement saying the officers involved will not return to that school. And that a thorough review of the situation will be conducted. A Chicago area developer is facing prison time for fraud. A federal judge sentenced Warren bar the third to eighty seven months in prison after he pleaded guilty to federal fraud charge that will prosecutors say bar and five associates sold. Condos in the vision on state condominium tower in the south loop at artificially high prices. To deceive lenders. Cranes reports prosecutors say the scheme totalled about twelve and a half million dollars. Jim good us. News Radio on one zero five point nine FM. Former sycamore man and registered sexual predator is facing new charges. Abusing boys in DeKalb county. He was released from jail after posting ten thousand dollars bail Ronald Bieber at senior who now lives in. Wisconsin was sentenced in two thousand fifteen to five years in prison for molesting a boy younger than thirteen in his sycamore home. He was paroled two years later and was projected to be discharged this coming April. Now, the sheriff tells the DeKalb daily chronicle he faces new charges in connection with incidents in rural Kingston involving new young victims three generations of be Brits's have been convicted of sexually abusing children. Dave Marcet NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Accuweather Nashes WBZ news time one thirty.

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"smitherman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"smitherman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"With a felony. Trying to help them other student. Yeah. I know it was fraud. Yup. It was fraud. Casey. Smitherman says she picked up the fifteen year old student earlier this month after the Keene showed symptoms of strep throat. After a medical clinic refused to see the teen because he had no insurance. Smitherman took him to a second clinic and signed under her son's name. She then filled a prescription for antibiotics at a local pharmacy under her insurance. And a statement smitherman said as a parent, I know how serious illness can be if left untreated, and I took him to an emergency clinic. I knew we did not have insurance. And I wanted to all I could to help him get well, and so she committed a crime. Insurance fraud. Pure and simple. I don't know why the the individual that sent me this particular story. I didn't reply back. But I found it fascinating. Because the individual was like, don't you agree? I mean, she she did the right thing. Right. No. Actually, she did the wrong thing she committed insurance fraud. If she really needed to get medical care for the student. I'm sure she could've found a doctor or she could have just taken the student to an ER Austin, Texas. Is building a wall. Why would Austin Texas think that a wall is necessary with live music good food, and nightlife, there's lots to bring people to the Red River cultural district, but there's one sliver.

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Superintendent charged with fraud for helping teen speaks out

Mark Levin

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Superintendent charged with fraud for helping teen speaks out

"An Indiana school official is facing charges for getting a student medical campus superintendent of schools in Elwood Indiana says she's learned her lesson after being charged with insurance fraud. I'm not saying that was right. I'm really sorry. Just I was scared for him. According to police Casey's smitherman went to the home of a six student and took him to a medical center where she used a false name claiming he was her son. She then admits to driving him to a pharmacy where she had a prescription filled for an antibiotic because the student

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"smitherman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"smitherman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Kafe. And there will be action today in the Senate on spending measures aimed at ending the partial government shutdown, but as we hear from CBS Bill Rakoff, the end results will leave things pretty much where they are the first vote will be on a Bill supported by the president to reopen the government along with five point seven billion dollars worth of wall funding. The second is a democratic house passed funding Bill that reopens the government without the border funding. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, they will decide whether we turn a new corner or whether we will all continue to show up for work talking. Exactly the same situation. House speaker Nancy Pelosi dish Neil excuse for Senate Republicans not to pass this legislation. Neither Bill is expected to pass Bill. Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill, a billionaire member of the Trump cabinet tackle the issue of furloughed workers today on CNBC mister secretary their reports that there are some federal workers who are going to homeless shelters. To get food. Well, I know they are. And I don't really quite understand. Why commerce secretary Wilbur Ross says they should be seeking federally backed loans to cover expenses CBS's. Steven Portnoy, says President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen is being compelled to give congressional testimony subpoenas issued by the Senate intelligence committee, a different panel from the one Michael Cohen was scheduled to appear before in two weeks. Cohen's legal team told the house oversight panel. He wouldn't be appearing on February seventh due to threats from the president and Rudy Giuliani a subpoena from the Senate makes it far less likely that Cohen will be able to avoid having to show up. There was a court appearance today. See bring Florida for the twenty one year old suspect in the killing of five people yesterday in a Bank police chief Carl Hoaglund, we have no information as to this time as to what his true motive may have been. Believe that it is a random act not believe anybody will specifically targeted what we are still trying to establish obviously, what has occurred the gravity and the nature of Linus occurred. The school superintendent in Elwood Indiana faces fraud charges after using her insurance to get care for a fifteen year old student who had been home sick for days with strep Casey smitherman went to check on the team brought them to a clinic where he was turned away. And at a second one she claimed he was her son. According to a prosecutor Rodney coming I understand it was her desire to help young man that was in bad shape. But probably not the best example to set for young people to assume other identities and make full statement. She can enter a program that will lead to dismissal of the case. Wall Street, the Dow is down seventy four points..

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"smitherman" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"smitherman" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Shelters. To get food. Well, I know they are. And I don't really quite understand. Why commerce secretary Wilbur Ross says they should be seeking federally backed loans to cover expenses CBS's. Steven Portnoy, says President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen is being compelled to give congressional testimony subpoenas been issued by the Senate intelligence committee, a different panel from the one Michael Cohen was scheduled to appear before in two weeks. Cohen's legal team told the house oversight panel. He wouldn't be appearing on February seventh due to threats from the president and Rudy Giuliani a subpoena from the Senate makes it far less likely that Cohen will be able to avoid having to show up. There was a court appearance today and see bring Florida for the twenty one year old suspect in the killing of five people yesterday in a Bank police chief Carl Hogue lint, we have no information as to this time as to what his true motive may have been believe that it is a random act not believe anybody specifically targeted, but we are still trying to establish. Obviously what has occurred the gravity and the nature of Linus occurred. The school superintendent in Elwood Indiana faces fraud charges after using her insurance to get care for a fifteen year old student who'd been home sick for days with strep Casey smitherman went to check on the teen. Brought him to a clinic where he was turned away. And at a second one. She claimed he was her son. According to a prosecutor Rodney coming I understand it was her desire to help you in bad shape. But probably not the best example for young people to assume other identities and make full statement. She can enter a program that will lead to dismissal of the case. Wall Street, the Dow is down seventy four points. Nasdaq is up twenty two this is CBS news. You have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them. You can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you. Liberty Mutual insurance. Now.

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Push for bias training in Cincinnati after officers used racial slurs

Sean Hannity

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Push for bias training in Cincinnati after officers used racial slurs

"Cincinnati city council will soon discuss the recent use of racial slurs by police officers. Vice mayor Chris smitherman will convene a special law and public safety committee meeting next week amid community uproar to officers now facing disciplined for using the N word during recent arrests and community leaders are now calling for department wide biased training. And mayor John cranley will be holding a press conference later this morning to announce measures to address racial and

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"smitherman" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"smitherman" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"For free. You're driving profits for free on our platform. So I think you should probably have to pay in order to reach your fans. And so I actually have never switched to a business account because they added features. They didn't really excite me. All that much. Think about it. How you ever contacted a vendor directly from Instagram because when you switch you a business account, you get that little contact or Email or call, but have you actually ever done that? Because I know I haven't I will go to their website read about them. I figure out if it's the right fit, and then I'll go through their contact for him. Now, another shiny thing about business accounts is if you have ten thousand followers, and you are a business account, you get this wipe up feature, and I know for a lot of people that was what got them to sign up for a business account. But here's the deal. I chose I had five hundred thousand followers, and I still chose to stay personal and. Send people to the link in my profile because I don't think that that future alone is worth making the switch now, I'm verified, so I got this wipe up feature. I get the insights that the business account gets without actually having to switch to business. So I'm super super fortunate here. But when it comes to things like analytics that you get with the business account. You can get that from other apps. I can see my analytics inside of plan. They're not as in depth. But they're still enough for me to know exactly who my audience is. And so my theory that has stood for a few years, and it could obviously change. But for now, it is staying sound is I would say personal because here's the deal. My brand I am not selling things in every single post. In fact, I rarely and seldom actually sell actually I don't even remember the last time I sold directly from feed. So I don't consider myself a business account. I am a brand. And so I want to make sure that I keep that personal piece of it. And that is why I'm sticking to a personal account. It's a totally different decision for everyone. And if you already switched to business account and try to switch back. I don't really know. I feel like they're still going to categorize you as a business account knowing that you're trying to be sneaky. But there's zero confirmation on that. That's just my theory Riley Lynn smitherman, says I'm wondering what tips you have for using ads on Instagram. I feel like my clients hang out on insta-. But I just haven't been able to get in front of them enough through hashtags alone. I would love to know how to spend Instagram ad money effectively. So I have actually had my ad expert on the show Kerry Sweatman, and she helps me with Instagram ads, and we have run.

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"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:53 min | 2 years ago

"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Billy Cunningham, the great American with me this afternoon. Read support start again tonight about six or seven yelich dead. Something last night that has never happened before in the history of baseball the reds, keep setting records never before in the history of baseball as the same player hit for the cycle against the same team and the same year. So you gotta give these reds credit. They're actually doing setting records that may never be broken. Again. In other words to break this record. Somebody would have head against the reds three times in the same season for the cycle three times, which appears to be unlikely. But I regret coming up a tour choice six today's Alex. Kost Alana's of ABC news at one o'clock today. Sergeant Dan hills about the situation occurring with officer. Kevin Brown who pays the eleven year old girl? I think on August the sixth about six weeks ago and Kroger and spring grove village. And right now, I'm told by sergeant Dan hills at the. The city Cincinnati wants to fire officer Kevin Brown fire him because he said sweetheart, these are the reasons they're not stores in the black community because too many kids like you're stealing from it. And you can't say things like that. Which are of course. Accurate because it is politically incorrect but earlier this morning. I have I've had for many years a close relationship with Chris smitherman that sprang out of nowhere at one point. I think ten or fifteen years ago and some alternative universe. Chris. Smitherman was like a liberal progressive on city council, and then he was it. Then he went through a Saint Paul on the road to Damascus moment and became shall I say more conservative than he was ten fifteen years ago because looked at the results of liberalism and progressivism in Cincinnati. And in fact, every city every said he look at the same results in Memphis, Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, New York, San Francisco is the city run by Liberal Democrats, look at the status of public education and more. And you look at what you get you say, wait a minute or on the wrong path. We're doing the wrong things we can't have this. So I've also been Chris medicines. Home broken bread, his family, many times, I know Pamela, smitherman, his wife, I've seen her three or four times a year or two. A couple of years ago, Chris and vice me overdoes home in Avondale, go there with the people's judge. It's like a son to gathering Albert the smithereens were their mom was there. Her mother was there. There was maybe fifteen twenty people Xavier professors were there is is wonderful all join hands like an old down hoedown southern type buffet dinner on a Sunday night about six o'clock. It was wonderful mother and family. I think Chris got about five kids, and they were just bright eyed bushy tailed just happiest could be. And I thought this is wonderful, and I met Pamela first time I met her. And I took Chris signs at Christa. You know, that is one beautiful woman. That's Halle Berry. That's as get your eyes off, my wife, and I said don't worry about that. But that's a beautiful woman. So about a year and a half ago, we talk I won't say every day, but every other day three or four times a week, we text or we talk we've remained very close over the years. So he starts the process. The telling me about a year and a half ago, the Pamela smitherman has these physical problems came out of nowhere. This woman probably weighed one hundred twenty pounds hundred fifteen pounds five foot seven beautiful, and what are the problems while? I got he's got this. We don't know what to do. Go to this. Doctor go to that. Doctor go to Detroit go to Cleveland took about six eight months to actually diagnose what it was which was breast cancer that had metastasized which often it does in other parts of the body. So the smitherman family begins to fight, and it was a knockdown drag out fight against cancer, Pamela smitherman. I would think is don't hold me to this forty two forty three years old beautiful family, beautiful kids and over the next several months, the text in the emails and the phone calls. You know, we got this problem. We've got that problem. The physical problems that site difficulties the balance I got to pick her up to bathe pick her up to go to the bathroom and unable to walk now able to stand that kind of stuff and what happens many times for the cancer diagnosis year your family. The first thing you feel is absolute shock. You know, absolute shock. I can't believe this is happening to me, and the May June and July of my years one. We've got great kids. Chris is doing he wants to do doing. Well, financial planner Pamela had separate life making money and very functioning. Why is this happening? The first thing that happens when you get a cancer diagnosis in shock and disbelief, and maybe anger comes in. How come Weiss is happening to me? Then the next thing is should we tell friends and family, should we not tell friends and family, while should we tell the kids they have a little little daughter. She might be I don't know eight nine ten years old. How do we relate this to a child or other kids have bit older, we can tell them, but we're going to fight this thing we're going to we're going to go through it? And then slowly. But surely cancer tends to eat away the body and a strong back begins to bend in that clear sight begins to fade, and then you have the terrible headaches and the other problems, you have all the treatments mastectomies, and you have the chemotherapy, you have other ideas and Chris measurements father passed away. Was a medical doctor? And so they have connections all over the place, and you go here, and you go there, and you're on the internet every night would about this treatment. What about that trim you go through all that process? And so one thing Chris has done is tried to be the strong man in the family, and you know, the the may I use the term Spartacus he's the one that's got to lead his family. But then he's watching the love of his life. Just disintegrate in front of them. So he's they're still fighting. I, Pamela, I don't think weighs one hundred pounds down to taking liquid nourishment. Now, I saw her four or five months ago, and you could tell the devastating effects of cancer msac to me that has spread all that kind of stuff devastating, and when you're in public life, you know, you have that responsibility. Then you've got the private responsibilities of earning money for family. You got kids in college one of his kids graduated from Miami in Oxford with the degree of nuclear engineering, and I saw that young man about a month ago in western hills. And you know, he's taken time off from his productive life to stay home with his mom because Chris has got to get out to work. He's got to bring money into the family. So you have a twenty two year old boy, I think he's the oldest one in the family, maybe twenty three at this point who kinda has moved back home to be with mom twenty four seven. So that that is what a husband. Goes through when your wife develops really an incurable disease that you simply fight you never really win. You simply fight it. Because when the cancer metastasized into the brain and elsewhere, you know, you live every day as if it's your last so in this climate, this is what came up this morning, and we talked about about a month ago. There settlement talks that have stalled in city council as the attorneys cite the need for outside counsel, relative to Ohio, sunshine laws. Let me explain. Ohio sunshine laws mean that legislative or local bodies cannot meet in the majority to decide public policy there must be sunshine. So that means if you're on a board of trustees like in sycamore township. There's three sycamore township trustees to cannot get together at any point to discuss public business, which I think's it's a stupid law in my opinion. I'd be able to talk about but the law says you can't do that you can have one talk, and then one can talk and one can talk, but how many county commissioners Greene county, commissioners, commissioners, paldon county, whatever it is three them. If there's three two cannot get together talk about public policy. So if you're in city of Cincinnati that of the nine council members five cannot meet and in today's world, you generally, don't meet what you do is text or Email generally is texting so five cannot get together. And text and say what they're gonna they cannot discuss public matters in those tech strings because that's illegal. It's a crime. It's a misdemeanor. You can't do it. It's gotten out during the whole Harry black debacle which was a debacle that thus far. I think the number is. Close to seven hundred thousand dollars. The city is paid to get rid of a lousy city manager name Harry black seven hundred thousand get rid of them. But the five of them PG set and failed Chris sale bark. Greg Landsman Tamai Denard and Wendo not-so-young the five of them got together and a text message string about what to do about. Harry black which they knew was illegal when they did it because you can't talk about public policy or taxed about public policy outside of the public domain. It's got to be a disinfectant of the sunlight is called the sunshine law. So the five of them had meetings over text messages about what to do about Harry black as part of that string. According to leaks to the news media. There was a member of council who made disparaging comments about Pamela smitherman, in fact, stating that Chris smitherman. Was using his wife. Fight with cancer for political purposes. This has sent Christmas into the stratosphere Chris is a man's man and a woman's man. But when you attack a man's wife in that fashion acting as if she's faking when she has a cancer diagnosis, a mastectomy chemotherapy gone to the brain cetera. It tends to call someone to become enraged. So this morning. With Scott Sloan Chris Thurman appeared and let's play this two minute cut. Now, what happened was throughout the summer? People started making apologies. I'm sorry about this. I'm sorry about this. These messages come out into the fact baseball, okay? Well, the speculation was that some member of council us the N work in some contexts. I don't know whether that is true or not. Bouncing around. Then there were there speculation. What making a mockery was making negative comments. Horrible comments was the word that was used about my lovely wife. And so I can tell any caregiver out there any patient out there that you don't choose cancer chooses you. And so what happened was I'm going back to the fact is that the city asked Christopher smitherman. If I would wave my. And allow them to settle the case. And I did hail. No. I'm not gonna allow you to settle the case. Now, the speculation in my mind is that they're tech messages between the gang of five which I believe that PD fit build is the one that in some way was making some mockery of my health status. Now, if PG is listening to this radio interview, all TV has to do our any member of the gang of five is released released the text messages so yesterday, they come in with an ordinance asking the.

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"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Start again tonight about six hundred seven yelich dead something last night that has never happened before in the history of baseball the reds Cape setting records never before in the history of baseball as the same player hit for the cycle against the same team and the same year. So you gotta give these reds credit. They're actually doing setting records that may never be broken again. In other words, the break this record somebody would have to head against the reds three times in the same season for the cycle three times, which appears to be unlikely. But I regret coming up to sixty days. Alex Castellanos of ABC news at one o'clock today. Sergeant Dan hills about the situation occurring with officer. Kevin Brown who pays the seven year old girl? I think on August the sixth about six weeks ago and a Kroger and spring grove village. And right now, I'm told by sergeant Dan hills that the city Cincinnati wants to fire officer Kevin Brown fire him because. He said sweetheart, these the reasons they're not stores in the black community because too many kids like you're stealing from it. And you can't say things like that. Which are of course, accurate because. Is politically incorrect but earlier this morning, I have I've had for many years a close relationship with Chris smitherman that sprang out of nowhere at one point. I think ten or fifteen years ago and some alternative universe. Chris. Smitherman was like a liberal progressive on city council, and then he was defeated. Then he went through a Saint Paul on the road to Damascus moment and became shall I say more conservative than he was ten fifteen years ago because looked at the results of liberalism and progressivism in Cincinnati. And in fact, every city every city look at the same results in Memphis, Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, New York, San Francisco is picked the city run by Liberal Democrats and look at the status of public education and more and you look at what you get you say, wait a minute or on the wrong path. We're doing the wrong things we can't have this. So I've also been Chris measurements home broken breadwinners family, many times, I know, Pamela, smitherman his wife. I've seen her three or four times a year or two a couple years ago, Chris and vice may overdose. Home in Avondale, go there with the people's judge. It's like a son to gathering Albert the smithereens were their mom was there. Her mother was there. Was maybe fifteen twenty people Xavier professors were there is is wonderful all join hands like an old down hoedown southern type buffet dinner on a Sunday night about six o'clock. It was wonderful mother and family. I think Chris got about five kids, and they were just bright eyed bushy tailed just happy as could be. And I thought this is wonderful, and I met Pamela first time, I met her, and I took criticize at Krista that is one beautiful woman. That's how he berry. Let's get your eyes off my wife, and I said don't worry about that. But that's a beautiful woman. So about a year and a half ago, we talk I won't say every day, but every other day three or four times a week, we text or we talk we've remained very close over the years. So he starts to process. The telling me about a year and a half ago, the Pamela smitherman has these physical problems came out of nowhere. This woman probably weighed one hundred twenty pounds one hundred fifteen pounds five foot seven beautiful, and what are the problems? I got the he's got this. We don't know what to do. Go to this. Doctor go to that doctor go to Detroit go to Cleveland took about six eight months to actually diagnosed what it was which was breast cancer that had metastasized which often it does in other parts of the body. So the smitherman family begins to fight, and it was a knockdown drag out fight against cancer, Pamela smitherman. I would think is don't hold me to this forty two forty three years old beautiful family, beautiful kids and over the next several months the text in the emails the phone calls. You know, we got this problem. We've got that problem. The physical problems that site difficulties the balance I got to pick her up to bathe pick her up to go to the bathroom not able to walk able to stand that kind of stuff and what happens many times with the cancer diagnosis year your family. The first thing you feel as absolute shock. You know, absolute shock. I can't believe this is happening to me, and the May June and July of my years one. We've got great kids. Chris is doing he wants to do doing. Well, it's a financial planner Pamela header separate life making money and very functioning. Why is happening? The first thing that happens when you get a cancer diagnosis in shock and disbelief, and maybe anger comes in. How come why is happening to me? Then the next thing is should we tell friends and family, should we not tell friends and family, while should we tell the kids they have a little have a little daughter. She might be I don't know eight nine ten years old. How do we relate this to a child or other kids a bit older, we can tell them, but we're going to fight this thing we're going to we're going to go through it? And then slowly. But surely cancer tends to eat away the body and a strong back begins to bend in that clear sight begins to fade, and then you have the terrible headaches and the other problems, you have all the treatments mastectomies, and you have the chemotherapy, you have other ideas, and Chris measurements father passed away was a medical doctor. And so they have connections all over the place, and you go here, and you go there, and you're on the internet every night what about this treatment? What about that trim go through all that process? And so one. Chris has done is tried to be the strong man in the family. And you know, the the may I use the term Spartacus. He's the one that's got to lead his family. But then he's watching the love of his life. Just disintegrate in front of him. So they're still fighting I Pamela, I don't think weighs one hundred pounds. He's down to taking liquid nourishment. Now, I saw her four or five months ago, and he could tell the devastating effects of cancer miss ectomy that has spread all that kind of stuff devastating. And when you're in public life, you know that responsibility. Then you've got the private responsibilities of earning money for family kids in college one of his kids, graduated from Miami and Oxford with the degree of nuclear engineering, and I saw that young man about a month ago in western hills. And you know, he's taken time off from his productive life to stay home with his mom because Chris has got to get out to work. He's got to bring money into the family. So you have a twenty two year old boy, I think he's the oldest one in the family, maybe twenty three at this point who has moved back home to be with mom twenty four seven. So that that is what a husband. Goes through when your wife develops really an incurable disease that you simply fight you never really win. You simply fighting because when the cancer metastasized into the brain and elsewhere, you know, you live every day as if it's your last so in this climate, this is what came up this morning, and we talked about about a month ago. There settlement talks that have stalled in city council as the attorneys cite the need for outside counsel, relative to Ohio, sunshine laws. Let me explain. Ohio sunshine laws mean that legislative or local bodies cannot meet in the majority to decide public policy there must be sunshine. So that means if you're on a board of trustees like in sycamore township. Three sycamore township trustees to cannot get together at any point to discuss public business, which I think it's a stupid law in my opinion. I'd be able to talk about but the law says you can't do that you can have one talk, and then one can talk and one can talk, but how many county commissioners Greene county, commissioners, commissioners, paldon county, whatever it is three them. If there's three two cannot get together talk about public policy. So if you're in city of Cincinnati of the nine council members five cannot meet and in today's world, you generally don't meet what you do is text or Email generally is texting so five cannot get together. And text and say what they're gonna they cannot discuss public matters in those tech strings because that's illegal. It's a crime. It's a misdemeanor. You can't do it. It's gotten out during the whole Harry black debacle which was a debacle that thus far. I think the number is. Close to seven hundred thousand dollars. The city is paid to get rid of a lousy city manager name Harry black seven hundred thousand get rid of but the five of them PG sitting failed. Chris sale bark. Greg Landsman Tamai Denard and Wendell not-so-young the five of them got together and text message string about what to do about. Harry black which they knew was illegal when they did it because you can't talk about public policy or taxed about public policy outside of the public domain. It's got to be a disinfectant of the sunlight is called the sunshine law. So the five of them had meetings over text messages about what to do about Harry black as part of that string. According to leaks to the news media. There was a member of council who made disparaging comments about Pamela smitherman, in fact, stating that Chris smitherman was. Is using his wife. Fight with cancer for political purposes. This has sent Chris Thurman into the stratosphere Chris is a man's man and a woman's man. But when you attack a man's wife in that fashion acting as if she's faking. When she has a cancer diagnosis, a mess ectomy chemotherapy, gone to the brain and cetera. It tends to call someone to become enraged. So this morning with Scott Sloan Chris Thurman appeared and let's play this two minute cut. Now, what happened was throughout the summer? People started making apologies. I'm sorry about this. I'm sorry about this. If these messages come out into the inside baseball. Okay. The speculation was that some member of council us the in work in some context. I don't know whether that is true or not but bouncing around. Then there were there speculation. What making a mockery making negative comments? Horrible comments was the word that was used about my lovely wife. And so I I could tell any caregiver out there any patient out there that you don't choose cancer chooses you. And so what happened was I'm going back to the fact is that the city asked Christopher smitherman. If I would wave my flicked and allow them to settle the case. And I did hail. No. I'm not gonna allow you to settle the case. Now, the speculation in my mind is that they're tech Methodist between the gang five, which I believe that Fiji fit. Build is the one that in some way was making some mockery of my white health data. Now, if PG is listening to this radio interview, all TV has to do our any member of the gang of five is released released the check messages so yesterday they come in with an ordinance. After the taxpayers to.

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"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

13:33 min | 2 years ago

"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Our city changed, and we became a national story once again in the wrong way here we are Monday afternoon and thinks there's so much different so much better than they were then and Chris smitherman. Vice mayor welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show, Chris how are you? Hey willy. Thanks for having me on coming out of a tough week. Chris is there anything the fifth? Third Bank, president Carmichael. Well, I think he did a great job fifth. Third Bank is one of the one of the bones. One of the backbones of city. Cincinnati Carmichael did a great job. But looking back on Thursday of last week. What is this city from governmental or emotional perspective? How's the city recovering this afternoon from a governmental perspective, let me first say. Fifth or family. We're still praying for you. And we continue to keep the families and the victims that lost their lives in our prayers. Having said that you know, it was a remarkable moment for us to understand. And appreciate the nine one one call center who has really taken it on the chin over the last six months. Yep. That they did a very good job of sorting out. The worst case scenario number two. That our fire department fire and EMS that day are some bad assets. Meaning they're showing up. Fire. I'm talking about people shooting. They don't have any firearms and they're going into the line of fire to save lives, which they did. And our police officers who got there in three a little over three minutes after the shooting started happening and took the suspect out they used the right force. We have a woman police officer and anybody who believes that because there was a day. When people would say man, women can't be police officers willing do law enforcement. I think we tabled that in Cincinnati. Right. I mean, we had a tremendous response. I think we can say that chief Isaac rose to the occasion that cheap. Winston rose to the occasion that are great mayor John cranley what? Great steady leadership from John cranley. I mean for I think citizens across the region when I think about what I was down there. I saw you see police officers. I saw all of our regional police officers showing up to support the FBI ATF. I mean, what we showed here is that we really already our swat team. We gotta give our hats off because our swat team is a part-time swat team. Many people don't know that for them get in their gear and get down there and handle the business that they handle man. I hats off to our entire teams. I think people should walk away knowing across this country that Cincinnati is ready when we have a crisis situation. Like, I tell you a course cops are told not to fire if possible through plate glass window, but but this female officer when you see the video she's the one that put three or four. Rounds on target and he went down, and he wasn't getting up. And we also have a terrible story. The these three pro do Qadhafi Richard newcomer Lewis called her own just average Americans out conducting business, they left their wife left their kids, and they kissed him goodbye. Thursday morning. Never came home. Got a call saying can you come down and identify the bodies? I mean, it was it was awful. And I think the city performed as well as the city could perform under quite unusual circumstances. Is there anything legislatively? Everybody wants to do something. It's like, well, we gotta do something. No. We gotta do something affective. I can't think of anything affective to do can you think of anything effective? So let's rewind because the answer is yes, let's rewind and think about when John cranley became the mayor five years ago, we haven't had recruit. Clap is in six years. First thing out of the gate, we had a lateral class. Then we had several other police imagine if our police department was understaffed, right Willie. Okay. And so when you say what we can do legislatively is that we need to make sure that we see the attrition within our police department. We haven't senior officers who are retiring we need to make sure that we stay on pace and continue our recruit classes for police and for fire. So that's number one. This is not for me a discussion to start talking about. We gotta take guns out of everybody's, hey, if that's not something city hall is involved in. And so this whole this whole conversation. As a matter of fact, I I've even say publicly that what stopped the firepower of the individual. And I don't even wanna say his name shooting was more force. Right. And so I'm a concealed carry. And I wanna make sure that places where I am with my family and places like square state. And so I think we need to make sure that citizens understand. It is okay. For them to go Goku, the proper training, get licensed to carry a firearm and make sure that they are prepared with that firearm in order to meet force with force. We're living in a different world right now. Cincinnati is a microcosm of the world. It was only a matter of time. That this contagion was going to impact the city of Cincinnati. You know think I think what I'll stay with you Willie as we were prepared for when I speak to law enforcement behind the scenes, they don't know a motive probably there. There is not a motive. But I was told by senior law enforcement official that they believe that the motivation of this murderer Peres was to go to the federal courthouse in order to kill a magistrate or judge who had ruled against him. And so full crap law suit he had filed against TD America and against the NBC news for supposedly surveilling him and northbound and when he could not get through he looked at the metal detectors and the cops. He walked across the street man that around fountain square potbellies came back out said, well, there's a rich target of interest. He goes over there. Off spot a soft spot. So you said he went he'd look someplace as you're speculating here that was was a. Might have been his definition. And he couldn't get in there. He turned to someplace that. He thought was an easy target any kind of build up looks around. You know, he picked his target of opportunity, and he shot Whitney Austin from Louisville thirty seven year old woman twelve times, she enters the lobby g has buds end because she's on a conference call and see shot knocked her to the floor stands over her. And she is twelve wounds on her body, and she'd lived in fact might be going home later this week Brian server lived. He saw. It took four minutes and thirty seconds. It is amazing that there is such little loss of life when he had two hundred and fifty rounds and was firing willy nilly. He taking the elevator to the second or third floor. We go trapped who talked about does. It's amazing when I and Brian Thome on Thursday talked about how fortunate we were maybe God was looking out to some extent. We could have had twenty forty fifty Joe said one hundred killed from this guy and his gun jammed at some point. And he didn't have the skills to dislodge it because you just bought it a few weeks ago in August from point blank on the west side of town, which is a great gun dealer. And it's amazing. There wasn't a larger loss of life. Correct. You are so correct. And I look I'm a very faithful person by God uses us as vessels. And so those officers that responded because of their training the fire EMS the nine one one call this training training and training it all came together. And for someone. I I heard that people we don't shoot windows. Thank goodness shot through windows. Window. Thank god. Our common all my training, isn't to shoot through. Yes. They shot through windows. Thank god. They did. And so all I'm saying is I agree with you. If he had gotten up on the upper floors, we will be looking at a lot more casualties and so far as I look at this. This is this is what I look at those videos. I guarantee you around the world that was around the country Gobi using those videos for training in other police departments. They'll be looking to say what our teams did. We wish we could stop every one of these situations that are happening somebody out of their mind decides to take a firearm and go in a public space. But I think you, and I can agree that our team I'm talking about law enforcement are nine one one call center get the very best. They get an a plus response in what they did. Well, we also officer Shelton is the woman. Who actually we think fired those shots? She was the one that came around the corner, she comes from a long and distinguished family of law enforcement officers and she always wanted to be a cop, but officer Shelton. We think is the one who fired the deadly rounds that put down the murderer Peres and metal. She added making the day something nice to be needs to be done. So for officer Shelton. I think I think for her. I think for all the officers that were involved, and I agree with you. They are heroes in big ways. Let's talk a little bit before we go just thinking about our mayor. And you know, I think John cranley did a great job on his vice mayor and my role is to is to support him. And so I watched him I supported him as he represented our city to the rest of the country not trying to grandstand, right? Making. Sure that the attention was on the right place, meaning the people who lost their lives for our fifth or family. They are as you started off, our our radio interview talking about the importance of fifth Burke to Cincinnati in a matter of fact, if I can teach you to order, I mean, fifth third is back conduit financially right for for cincinnatian. And so I thought John cranley did an excellent job of setting the right tone for our city, and I want to give him a thumbs up because so often politicians will take the opportunity now could do crazy things. And I and I saw mayor John cranley doing an excellent job setting the right tone. Lastly, the officers were Jennifer Shelton officer, Gregory Toya's officer Antonio editor an officer, Eric Kaminsky, and they spread out. So that they wouldn't be one person line of fire. They ran toward the bullets there were shots fired from the murderer Peres toward officer Shelton. Great the whole time talking to each other. Talking and talking to each other like a football team. Our baseball team. They went in ready to do business, and they did, but we gotta run but once again. I don't like to say get ready for the next one. I pray to God for the rest of our lives who's not next one. But of history has taught us anything it will repeat itself, and I'm very proud of fifth. Third bank. The city of Cincinnati, the police officers Shelton Toya's editor and Kamensky. I'm very proud of the of the medical personnel at UC Mackel center. Save the life of Whitney Austin, and Brian server is really unbelievable, Chris we gotta go God. Thank you. And thank you so much. I appreciate Qatar. God bless America. Let's continue. Wow. Thursday and Friday. I pray to God that will never happen again. But if history teaches is anything will repeat itself, and that's very sad. Seven four nine seven thousand what suggestions to you have to make these events less likely, and if they do occur less deadly seven four nine seven thousand tonight, of course, reds played baseball. 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"smitherman" Discussed on WLAC

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

"smitherman" Discussed on WLAC

"News. But before the questioning more bickering, we simply cannot hide these documents from the American public. It is the highest court of the land Senator Amy klobuchar jars Democrats, keep demanding more the supreme court nominees records. Fox's Jared Halpern live at the hearing to have questions for judge ret Cavanaugh instead renewing a debate over records at the supreme court nominees time in the George W Bush administration, New Jersey Democrat Cory Booker has released documents labeled committee confidential protected from public release. I'm going to release the Email about racial profiling. And I understand that that the penalty comes with potential ousting from the Senate a quick rebuke. Followed from Texas Republican John Cornyn running for president is no excuse for violating the rules of the Senate. The New York Times is published. Emails that says it has obtained that were also labeled committee confidential day journey update on the separation of families of the ball. Controversy homeland security plans to terminate a quarter agreement that limits the detention of children in twenty days, meaning families could be detained longer in the legal immigration. A gunman has opened fired a building in downtown Cincinnati this morning. Fox's Jeff monosso has details live. They were told three people are dead five wounded after shots were fired around nine AM police say in the lobby and loading dock of the fifth third Bank building in Cincinnati's business district. One of the persons shot was the shooter himself. Our officers did discharge their weapons all of them are safe Cincinnati. Vice mayor Christopher smitherman weapon has been recovered the area lined with police tape remains on lockdown the FBI on.

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"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In two three hours sources as you know all over Covington since I was born there and the so-called homeless and their supporters had a big old meeting this morning at, the Frisch is, in Covington because they have a great breakfast bar to plot strategy and they decided of course. To move to get out of dodge and go to the courthouse slash Jack casino I don't know. How long it's gonna last we have daddy's gonna be here daddy with a belt that's about one zero five because of the developments this morning and. Daddy's not, happy joining, me, now, is. The vice mayor of the city of Cincinnati. That is of? Course Chris Chris smitherman welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show Chris how are, you really thank. You for having me on You know I so appreciate our Hamilton county prosecutor Joe and what he did, today for our region and it really, emphasizes to all. Of us how, important the prosecutor's office is for our county and and and that Joe deters is showing tremendous leadership being being very clear about what the expectations are and at the end of the day you know when I, was when I, saw the pictures this morning it looked like people were clearing out before even Joe debtors and. His team and our police department and the city manager and public services team all showed up and. They coordinated and work together but ultimately things have been cleaned up and and people are gone well what's happening is after the big powwow this morning. And I, was in, Covington, because, of. The breakfast bar they have moved to a. Concrete island between? Jack casino and how many county courthouse So that judge Roman. Can look out of his room and see them sitting there now that's a problem Because Judge room and doesn't have a lot of sense of, humor and daddy is coming on in about one hour I believe daddy's going to expand the area Mackinaw island in the north with children's Chilean To the east is going to be Spain to the west is going to be like, Japan that's. Going to be the new heat no seriously he's going to expand the area so they can't be outside the how many county courthouse notice. How you have not heard from, my colleagues councilmember PG sitting fail council members. Denard council, members who council. Member Lance, men I mean, it's been interesting. I mean their Twitter feeds their Facebook feed everybody has gone underground because within. The order I might understanding is right here I'm teasing a little bit is that prosecutor dealer said that he was going to bring them down Yeah. If they tried to obstruct Justice now the new area might be my guess. Is maybe up to Norwood down to coming to Newport over to queens gate up to mount Adams You know maybe coming dinner Newport my friends in Covington rob Sanders. Would love to, have this problem in Kenton county. But, serious way Brian comes just had a story about the advocates are saying not nearly enough money's being spent a lot more money Josh spring says we don't invest in the homeless Cruel and. Heartless because you're like in charge of the budget can, you talk can you address yourself to.

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"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It shows the longitude latitude if you punch those numbers and the any program it will put a dot almost on top of kyle pledges car almost on top of it this is a problem why wasn't and they were trying to figure it out they were trying to figure out where is this guy so there's this conversation of where is that she has the first dispatcher has to other people go back this is that was new we learned to other people go back and listen to this phone call what other information can you possibly glean from this from this phone call the deputy calls back happens to get the first dispatcher who called this who took the call they said yeah took his call it was really weird they're trying to figure it out they the deputy says well what other information well did you check in the football and then the threat what and there's only one band in here and i check it what else could we possibly figure out on what does frank nobody in all that time wait a second let me see where the phone is here and i'm ninety nine percent sure there is a screen on the call takers right decide they have to screens one that says all the things are coming up with the longitude latitude but on the second screen is a map and that has a doctor shows exactly where it thinks the phone is now as they relate yesterday could be one hundred meters could be one hundred and fifty meters from where they are fine in this case and in many cases it was right there it was within a matter of feet it was parked right in front of the corn almost on top of the very car where he was nobody nobody checked at why didn't that happen we don't know why it was incompetence it was laziness when i listened to slowly yesterday i had on councilmember smitherman nine one one is the dumping ground for individuals that can't do anything else because it is perceived by the police as being a garbage dump of those employees that screw up and.

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"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"smitherman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The poor folks in committing to long term economic inclusion and also paying prevailing wage or union wages to people building the stadium big deal they've done it and then on friday and saturday the ot are listening to this one on friday night and saturday ot are not the west end but oh tr said you know what people are handing out money like drunken sailors where's my money so ot are now once fc cincinnati to buy another brand new streetcar and also expand the lanes at their expense which would be ten million dollars on top of everything else that is where carl lender and jeff burning drew the line in the sand and said you know what we cannot do it we cannot do it can't do it and so now day man and chris smitherman other to smitherman is saying now wait a minute we got a deal i'll vote for the deal but we're not gonna force fc privately to give ten million dollars to ot are for the damn streetcar i'm out smitherman is saying i'm out if you got to the streetcar ten million and day man is saying wait a minute why don't we benefit oh tr dave man's vote is in the lurch along with smitherman at this point and right now the news conference being held end started quite yet and we're gonna announce the cba with the west end community council this is blackmail this is boldface blackmail and.

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Mississippi governor signs bill imposing nation's toughest abortion ban

Daily Defense

01:36 min | 3 years ago

Mississippi governor signs bill imposing nation's toughest abortion ban

"In downed trees in northern alabama county the limestone county sheriff's office posted photos on twitter of houses without roofs and destroyed garages in ardmore alabama on monday evening the office also tweeted that down trees and power lines were blocking roads in the county along the tennessee border jim smitherman the alabama emergency management executive operations officer says monday storms are just the start of the tornado sees march is the first month is so expect expect more to come for this season this is just the beginning and it is the the first wants everyone needs to really focus on this one and and and develop your plan and implemented the university of alabama suspended normal operations monday evening because of the severe weather threat president trump is adding a new lawyer to his legal team and the russia investigation one week after denying new york times story that he was expanding his legal team the president has tapped former us attorney joe digenova to join the team later this week the geneva has been an outspoken trump defender he has publicly discussed what he believes is a brazen plot to exonerate hillary clinton in the email investigation and to frame president trump with a falsely created crime right clugston the white house mississippi's governor has signed the nation's tightest abortion restrictions into law republican governor phil bryant signed house bill fifteen ten on monday afternoon it becomes law immediately and bans most abortions after fifteen weeks gestation brian has frequently said he wants mississippi to be the safest place in america for an unborn child unquote the state's only abortion provider filed a lawsuit an hour after governor bryant signed the bill on wall street a rough day the.

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