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"steve brian" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:10 min | 2 months ago

"steve brian" Discussed on WGN Radio

"G. And, of course, we woke up this morning to news of Prince Philip's death in Great Britain of Philip was 99 years old and in ill health, I thought would be a good chance to check in with my friend Steve Brian, member of Parliament, a conservative From Winchester. Mr Brian, How are you? Yes, very well. It's nice to talk to you as always, But tell me, I mean, obviously, Philip had had been in ill health for some time. What's the mood there today? But he didn't sick for a while. He had an operation a few years ago. And you know, earlier This year. He was in hospital for a good 10 days on. Do you know he had some surgery? And then he was seen in the window of a car going home. And he did look poorly. I mean, he really did look poorly on bond. You know, I guess it turns out that he was going home for politics care. So the movies It's sad, You know, I think You can't you can't be too sad for a life Well lived 99, But I think the mood here is most sad for her Majesty who has been married for 72 years, which, you know, let's just say that again. 72 years on, you know, he has walked one step behind. The suffering for since 1952 and she's been on the throne, and it's very old fashioned, unfashionable these days to talk about service. But this guy Literally did a lifetime of service on the country's very grateful I was just reading an account. It was from CNN of a bureau chief Somewhere, said he was riding a train one time and looked across and saw a guy reading a book in the passenger section. And it turned out to be Prince Philip is that Unusual story. No, not at all. I know some wonderful stories about him. I'm gonna put the picture on my my social media actually on the Twitter, Brian MP, Because picture somebody just sent me which was when he dressed up as a guard the palace on in surprise her and there's this wonderful photo of him walk of her walking past him, and she's just laughing, You know, really from the bottom of the heart laughing and they had a Had a good They had a marriage of laughs as well. A service is that you know he Yes, He did the serious stuff and that you could remember awards scheme is incredible opportunities given to young people, but He also I think had had much much flair to him on the story on the trains goes up on my my favorite quote from Jacqueline Burrows that he was going to wait in a building and he said, a lot of time and energy has been spent on arranging for you to listen to me to take a long time to declare open. The building, which everyone knows is open. Already. E love that I don't think there's just him alone. You know, he had a great sense of humor. I love to tease three queen. He had a longer royal lineage. The shoe did he really watch the son of Royals all the way down the line, and he has Greek Andre Russian heritage and came over came over and was studying very sad childhood, and he came over here and was studying a Dartmouth Naval College. And he was 18 on the young princesses. So the queen and her sister Margaret, went to with the old King went to Dartmouth one day on and he was looking after them and entertaining them and playing croquet with them. And you know, he was 18. And they were 13. She was the queen was 13 and you know, they sort of Connected, I guess in a way, then just done a friendly. You know the friendship. The friendship blossomed, and they were engaged in the dark days after the war. They called the second German War. You know, Prince Philip is one of those people that you know, we saw pictures of didn't know too much about until the crown came out. And obviously a central figure in the crown and great character. How much of what we saw in that? Because I know you watch the show, Steve. How much of what we saw in that? Is on Mark. I have only just started watching the crown and I for those who watched it. I'm a the episode after the great fog of London right back. You know, I'm early days, but you can already see you know that there is no question that he came into a very, very fun 19th century. If you like Buckingham Palace that was, you know it was still Still very, very old way old school and he did want to modernize the monarchy. And, you know, there was a famous incidents where the king wasn't well enough to travel to a state visit to Canada, and they went in his place. And they said to the government and to the court, you know they were flying. They said. Well, no, no, no, no, You won't. You'll go on the on the boat like we always have. They flew You know, And this seems not not very radical these days. But you know he was in charge. I think certainly altered coronation, which they did show in the crown on and you know, I think he did want Tomo tonight Monarchy. He was well aware from his heritage is for the dangers of monarchy That doesn't modernize on. You know, I think he has bean just an incredible just incredible. Rock for her. And you know, on the occasion of Diamond Jubilee, she said he'd been her stay on. And if they fail famous when, after he retired from public life, which he went to a a service at Westminster Abbey, and she walked down one side of the aisle instead of down the middle, because you know where he would have bean beside her on. Do you know that just tells you very pointedly. I think about how she will be tonight, and I I really, really pray for her on D. I hope for your listeners will because you know how many instances that we see in our families where, well, 11 half of the partnership goes and the other one seems greatly weaker as a result, and you know, she's she's 94 herself, Steve. So you know, e think it's going to be very challenging for her. It's nice that we got to know him if it was through a partially fictionalized show. The crown. You know, I think I think very fiction ized. I mean, you know, I'm always googling bit when I watch it. I mean, so clearly, the fog of London did happen. But the young lady who got hit by the past he worked with prime Minister didn't exist. So there's lots of license in there. And, of course, the thing that the thing about the Queen and about the late Prince Philip is, but You know that dignity off their silence, I think is what created creates the mystique. And so you know, the queen has been very good at never talking about How she feels, you know, unlike I won't even name them, but I'm like others who would like to be like to lay themselves. They're across the tabloids for vast sums on you know, she's been very dignified about that throughout her reign, and he, too, in a way, you know that does create the mystique. But it also means that they had a They had a life that was private. You know when they will. The divorces were happening in the 19th with Diana and on Andrew and Turkey, you know, he said, We're a family..

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"steve brian" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:13 min | 5 months ago

"steve brian" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The testimonials from hundreds of happy and satisfied customers just like me. Mega pros gets the job done. Satisfaction is guaranteed. Chicago afternoon news this afternoon starts before with Steve Bertram. Steve, I want to play for you a clip from your show yesterday. You evidently talked about that new police crime bill, and that's one of the lawmakers and then one of the police chiefs in the area called in right. Have the police chief of cheap secretly crease. I'm sorry from Vernon Hills called in. OK, So then you set up an interview with him afterwards and asked him what his views on it worked. And after the ice talked about the crime bill, you asked him about how they're enforcing. The restaurant violations in his area. Do us a police Department of Running Hills as a suburb. What are you doing about the restaurant closures? Are you enforcing that? Are you looking the other way or I mean, that's a sticky situation. How do you handle that? Sure, it's very, very sticky. We What we really do is lead by example. We employ all of our members of the public and businesses to abide by the current state of the governor's executive order. We reinforce that we help explain that to people and we deal with complaints on the case by case basis, But you're not knocking on doors to see if there are people in the restaurants. No, you've got better things to do. That, of course, people are really struggling during these times on quite quite honestly, I think myself and other police departments are really focused on public safety during these times and really, really trying to keep, you know. Keep us safe. Was driving down the Stevenson and when he said, no, I laughed out loud. It was like Are you as if to say No. Are you kidding me? No way. Are we knocking on restaurant doors to see if there's violations there? No way of squad car goes by Vernon Hills. They see somebody sitting in the restaurant. They are not knocking on that door. Apparently not. No, but but but then notice too. I'm not Listen, Steve. I completely understand that, but I just can't help but notice that he also said we're more interested in public safety as though AH, pandemic is not a public safety issue. I know they're not the health police. But they are the police. And if those people are violating it it it's endangering people's health than if he had said We can't go by and not stop. If we see a violation, I think that would have been completely consistent. With the charge of a police officer as well. I mean, that's that's ensuring the public safety, but they're not going to do that. They have no, they have no interest in that. It's you know, you're right. I mean, if you're going to do strictly public safety, and the state says that this is an unsafe situation or not, that it's unsafe, But they're doing it to curb the spread. And strictly, maybe they should. But, um, I also understand this point that you know. They're building community and if they're alienating their business owners by doing that. Um, you know, there's a long term pain there, you know, And it just It speaks to the fact that a lot of people think and there have been studies that show that you know. 2025% occupancy is not a risk. When we first checked on the restaurants. We were afraid that the waiter touching our plate. Would spread the disease to remember that plastic silverware and all of that, you know, we know that's not the case. Now. It's it's not spread that way. So you know it's a different situation now. Yeah, we're learning all the time and fighting it differently. The Illinois seems to have peaked in its Infection rate. Minnesota Not there were that But Minnesota is now 50% capacity and restaurants. I'm not so sure that we couldn't go back to 25%. You were talking to a restaurant owner about going back to 25%. Sheep, She said. That'd be a good start. But we're not there yet. Yeah, the owner Twin Acres, you know? Interestingly, John. I was talking to our friend Steve Brian yesterday and Steve's on my show. Once in a while. He's a member of Parliament in England. And he you know, he said he wants to do what's right. But he was kind of Gathering information about how it's working here and you know, he voted for the lock down there and you know police are pulling people over there interrupting if there's a group of more than very strict situation there, But I was surprised he told me. That the public the public sentiment in England is that they would like to see further restrictions. They're not arguing for in their tight right now. They're not arguing for loosening the restrictions. They want it tighter. Why's that? Well, it's just a different view against they're more concerned about it more fearful of it. Mm. Wasn't England was in England was in Ireland that said that they had a three mile radius curfew. Like if your job was more three miles. What? You couldn't even go to your job. You had to stay in your house. And they had that for a matter of weeks somewhere, okay? Definitely in Ireland. A Tinker's five plumber see about three miles and I don't know about England, but I think that might be the case. But you know, and again. I don't know in England, but it Ireland. You have your county. On your license plate. So if you live in Donegal and you are seeing, driving and carry the police would stop you. They pull you over and say, what are you doing down here? You're not allowed. I'd have what Sharon's cousins live in Dublin. And he couldn't go visit his mom and carry just to check up on her and see how she's doing because it was too far of a drive. You know the situation of Vernon Hills in Chicago and all of the city and suburbs Chicago where people are dining and sometimes brazenly, sometimes sneaky, but it's happening. Always notice it with echo out Remember few weeks ago and Brendan I were Christmas shopping late in December, and we went to Aurora. And then I dropped off some gifts. That friend's houses in the suburbs of Chicago and We were in Joliet and everywhere I went. I saw people dying restaurants and you just couldn't help but notice it and the police weren't shutting them down. And I think the mistake we made was not being super aggressive in May. Or in June, and I know we were so anxious to get out and it was warm, But I just think now, if we had beat it back harder in In the spring and summer that now going into winter. Well, heck, we're well into winter now. We would not be in this position. And then Yeah, I just don't know, John. You don't know because again going back to Ireland. They were doing very well, I think at one point They were the best country in Europe. You know, we talked to call them and others about that. But then they loosened up in December. And open up the restaurant's open up things again and now they're in the worst situation in Europe. So you know, I don't know that a temporary thing takes care of it. I really don't know. I have no no. Right, right. By the way, John Online would. Why did you want to say, John? You're on WGN radio. What's up? I live in Hinsdale, and I'll just tell you we have the same issue here from a public safety issue where nobody really wants to enforce this. Village manager knows the police department knows, But you know, we have writing code rates in Hinsdale and all the restaurants are open. They don't even try to hide it. And when you talk to people,.

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"steve brian" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:49 min | 5 months ago

"steve brian" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Wg and coming up later this half hour, we will go to England. Talk to Steve Brian, a member of Parliament to see just exactly what our allies make of what's been going on here this week. But before that, let's stay closer to home. Mark Hamrick is the Washington bureau chief. And senior economic analyst for bankrate dot com Friend of the show, and he's back this afternoon Mark, Welcome back. Welcome back and still get a milk it for a while. Happy New Year. Happy New Year I've promised earlier this week I wouldn't but since I received I have to give right I think we need to keep it all the positive stuff. We can actually be good to be with the bureau chief in D. C. Were you around any of that yesterday? No. Our company's been very steadfast and giving people away from the office on being a personal finance and economy type. You know, I I don't need to go head first into those kind of confrontations. Where I might have many years ago is a more general journalist. Oh, that was many, many years ago. So although well, bankrate offices right in the middle of things and downtown Beastie, this was a continuing to be a perfect timeto work from all right, So we got a report today a new jobless claims. For the week. 787,000. What do you make of that? You know, the people may want a nuance around the edges and and talk about maybe over the intermediate term. We've seen some improvement broadly in these numbers. But the reality is they're still historically elevated Steve and they're so higher than what we would have seen during the financial crisis and great recession and it's not only the depth of this, but it's the duration. This is weak number 42 of the economic downturn stemming from the pandemic. Of course, we did have some I would say positive developments fence Basically, Christmas time in the sense of the economic relief legislation was signed into law and speaking not from a political standpoint, that's not my job, but from an economic standpoint. Financial markets begin to anticipate the expectation that further stimulus will you pass now that it's quite clear that Democrats control Basically the two branches of the federal government White House on the Congress. So you know, President elect Biden said that it's a top priority to get another round pass. And that seems like Something that will happen. And before all you know what broke loose on Capitol Hill yesterday. The Senate Democratic leader, Chuck Schumer said that there and this is the only priority he addressed. Was, he said their number one priority is getting $2000 stimulus checks passed, which, of course, wasn't priority of President Trump. But it didn't happen because what happened with members of the Senate? It was kind of a weird thing that okay, so maybe an increased stimulus check. Recovery check two individuals. Will there be the messenger to predict? I guess the city and state stimulus or its stimulus is the wrong word, but money to help them recover as well. Do you think Not really. It's funding and then in a sense emergency funding because hundreds of thousands of employees at state and local levels of government have been lost here in recent months. So you know, it's it is going to be a bit of Ah, tight rope walking there because the margin in the house has become narrowed, in part because Joe Biden's been plunking out. Members of Congress for his administrative post on the course. Obviously, it's by the thinnest of margins in the Senate, obviously with the vice president to cast the difference, so I think that's going to be you know something to negotiate, but I I feel like it. Reasonably ought to be a priority. And you know, here's where the rubber really hits the road with Joe Biden's resume, Not to mention you might even say his branding of that He can be an actual deal maker on Capitol Hill that never really Oddly came to pass a zoo, part of the branding of the current president. And, of course, Mitch McConnell. And, you know, they are said to have AH, good, personal or professional relationship. Obviously, having worked together for many years on the hill, so let's see. I mean, you know, Right now you have this divide that splintered in the Republican Party between those who are still kind of clinging onto trumpism. On those who are trying to get away from that to salvage their reputation, among other things. Well, you know, maybe to try. I would say that if the president elect should nominate Elaine Chao for Cabinet posts because That would certainly work with Mitch McConnell. She's available now. I mean, I understand where you're going with that. But here's the thing of someone who covered her when she was like with secretary under the Bush administration. She was not a fan of organized labor s. Oh, that's a priority of the administration. And that's why he announced today that he's going with Marty Walsh, who is very much Let's say, um, very much favored as a person for that job by the F L C. I O. I know we're getting off track a little bit, but has the president nominated a Republican? Not not into top host. Yes, far as I'm aware, but I think that's probably in the offing Andre these days. What? How do you define at exactly stay here? I mean, I'm asking of this piece of suspicious question, but but it does get to the point. You know, back in a certain day, you could have looked at the Joe Mansion. You know, the West Virginia quote unquote, moderate Democrat. And he might have been seen as a conservative Republican in some circles, So you know, it's funny. You bring up mention because I was going to tell you theirs. You talked about the Democrats controlling the The Senate by the slimmest of margins..

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"steve brian" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:54 min | 6 months ago

"steve brian" Discussed on WGN Radio

"My hut chimney where it's oh, so warm and tight. Um, the roof. I was rain down so very glad I came here only once a year, but What then? A close takes a bus from a slow night of delivering Big North Book and sugar. Cold is Charlie but sell Shiva rain. Percent. My cookies. He loves to put them into his mama. His long bit tickles. Give me a giggle. He finishes a snack and then flies. Sounds close takes the bus from his long night of delivering. Thing not don't get shook it cold, Jolly butts all shivering, WGN radio. I'm Robert Jamison. Phil Mooney wrote that and produced. It's Sara Taylor is the voice. I've got some presents for Santa 1994 on Rhino. All right. She might have had some presents for Santa, but she didn't have this. We're talking with the Steve Brian of Q B. C. And everywhere else. A Zafar is that goes, But you were at Q B. C at the scene of the crime, the Christmas gift from hell so back me up, and we've now said Okay, so they've gone to Alaska and they've seen this very nice woodcarver who's come up with food dispensing items in the shape of animals. Yeah, well, uh, the one that they really liked was a moose. And I think it's still available. I don't think it's available Q VC anymore, but you could find it that maybe some other companies have ripped it off. But it's about no 16 inches long. Maybe about you know, 16 inches high. Uh, made out of wood. And you fill it with M and M's. After you fill it with Evan Adams. You Warships head forward and by pushing its head forward, it poops the Evan ends into your hand. It is called the pooping Moose. And we couldn't keep it in stock for a guy action a couple of years it would we just taxed his his hand crafted facility of Alaska to the Max. We were selling thousands of thousands of pooping Moses and it was a pretty easy demo. You you'd put the Eminem's and I think it on. Lee used regular Eminem's I think if you wanted the peanut Eminem's you had to You know, give it some Don't relax before you know the before the airing, but but it would do regular eminence. But I thought, you know what if you could do other stuff with it? You know what if you could do chocolate chips that any kind of fun and that looks more like poop to them and MP's So it's sort of a double on 200. Plus, you know, it might be a next remark it people say We'll be fun to have a little chocolate ship dispenser at my dessert or or something. So being the experienced scientists that I have your rocket scientists. Yes, you got it. I still do sucker with Chocolate chips, and I thought this is great. I didn't count or didn't really didn't think about the fact that this thing was going to sit under the blazing studio lights. For Oh, a now, er, maybe more before the actual airing. So what we got to it, I said, Well, we have the movie wuss that But here's something a little different something you'd never expected. And I put my hand under its but which which Also, I think made this presentation illegal in a couple of states. I'm not sure but I put my hand under the wooden looses, but Push his head forward. The chocolate chips have melted into a gooey on all of a sudden the moose literally poops in my hand. The camera crew. The camera crew is and I thought, Oh, God, And then it jammed. It's all live TV that goes back. I got I got a handful of chocolate. Looks like I had bulletproof and I want it by going to D O s O Camera crews trained to follow your hands. So I took my hand and I put my finger up the boosters, but to try and clear the jam. Well, I could Maybe you say this presentation and shoves of Eminem's and will poop out of Eminem. So they'll get a little chocolate Autobot. Oh, no, I got to do something here, So I've got my finger up. The loose is But while the camera follows my finger bruises, but Then they pull back to a medium close up and I realized that they have done so I just looked at the camera looked at it. The moose is that now turn your head and cough. Oh, accurate. Is it sold out? E. I don't know. I don't know how many perverts bought that for whatever possible usefully had for it at that point of view before it has been in innocents product and now I've turned it into the pages of a bizarre, you know, bizarre porn magazine, the Finnish magazine so A 10 point I was I was forbidden to ever sell the wooden loose again. Yeah, I'm sure that it is on copper. Phil excites to this day. I'm convinced of that. But be that as it may while you were talking. I looked up to see what happened to poor Darryl Fenton. Now, Darryl Fentanyl guy from Alaska. Now, let me ask you did he ever find out about the Eminem debacle? Um, I don't think so. I realized that the band did come from him. The band came from person I always called Bertha in Des Moines, Bertha and Des Moines was disgusted. By but it was terrible. And, you know, they got a lot of complaints people So I was eating dinner. I saw that terrible, you know? Well, the proofing Moose pooped, its last candy dropping for Darryl actually in 2006. And it wasn't it wasn't your demonstration that did him in. It was it was Wal Mart. Oh, apparently, yes. All Alaskan arts and gifts is very nice, but you can make it in China for a fraction of the price. Bingo and that Z. Sadly what happened? And there were some small merchandisers who you know, stuck with him. But for the most part, it went from $350,000 a year in the late nineties to zero by the mid to thousands and shame. Yeah, but it It's funny that this might say something about my personality and or by career, but I had another. I had another tragedy involving poop this time dog poop here. No. Well, you weren't eating it at least. Well, well, well, Here's all right. You just hang on. We're gonna We're gonna pick it right? All right. All right. I was expecting him to say no, of course I wasn't eating it wrong. Oh, my God. All right, so 8888765593 if you want to join in the frivolity Steve Brian is with us on Rollie James. It's WGN radio. You Chicago Serial days..

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"steve brian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:55 min | 6 months ago

"steve brian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Notable People mistake us for regular NPR and answer the phone economist Robert Rice served presidents Ford and Carter before becoming secretary of Labor under Bill Clinton. Since then, he's done something even more incredible. He's gained almost a million followers on Instagram. Making him the Kim Kardashian of economic Advisors Suck. It goes be Robert Rice. Welcome to wait, Wait. Don't tell me Well, pleasure to be here. So, Robert, let me I got some questions for you. I'm always curious. First of all, you were Secretary labor. Okay, First of all, what is that job actually entail. What was your day to day? Like when you were Secretary labor? Well, you know any Cabinet member? I mean, all you're doing is having meetings and you're on the telephone, and you're under a great deal of pressure and people are running in your office. Saying, If you don't do this right away, the sky's gonna fall. I mean, that's basically what you're doing on when we have a recession, as we did when I was labor secretary coming out of one on obviously right now that office and that particular department to become very, very important. I've always wanted to ask you this. When your Children were born. Did their mother turn to you and say who's the secretary of labor now? No, But there are been a lot of labor jokes and every very, very often when I was secretary of labor, you know, women who work in various stages of pregnancy would look at me and there would be kind of a giggles. Oh, your secretary of labor Now now, here you are. Now you've got this YouTube channel. You've got this instagram page and you put out these great videos that explain It's complicated issues in a very short, entertaining way. All right, so I was watching one and you were talking to his grave is very timely because you're talking about the Biden picks for all of the Cabinet. But you explain Who is more important, and one of the things you said was the closer your office is to the Oval Office. The more important you are so the question to you is how far away was your office When you were secretary, labor, Thea other side of the world I was near China actually know, the labor secretary is not in the inner inner circle. I divided people into those who were in the loop. Those were not in the loop and those who had no idea where the loop Woz and I was often in the third category. Like you knew there was a loop, but you just couldn't put your finger on it. Well, that's a category. You don't even know there's a loop. No, I was I was actually in the third category. I knew that there was one. I just didn't know where. What I'm wondering as a secretary of labor. You analyze a lot of the different kinds of job and how the labor force change like Well, it's the truth. You get a little scared by those robot videos. I e. D o I think that it's not only the robot videos, but you just have to ask yourself when robots do more and more and more, You know, you've got a kind of new invention. I'm waiting for the day. Where do you have a kind of an eye? Everything. You know a little thing that is capable of literally doing everything you want to need and supplying all of your goods and services. Who is going to have enough money to buy it? I have a question. Most economists agreed to eat the rich, But how would you personally eat them? Souffle flambeed hollandaise sauce? I don't know. I think roasting would be idea, wrote the roast The rich. That's gonna be a new saying You are now on YouTube on instagram and people that follow. You know what I'm talking about. It is You make really difficult things very palatable. I've been telling everybody they're gonna follow you because you get it and you explain it. Well, right. And you're now a You're you're a social media star. First of all, how does it feel to be so you get recognized by I, uh you know the tick talkers and stuff walking around the streets Now I have a mask on. You know, I don't know what the social media stories I I look, I considered to the extent that it works an extension of what I do in the classroom. I mean, it's part of education. Are you worried that Congress is gonna break you up? Yeah, it's always tried. I'm very short. I'm very sure I'm under 5. Ft. Tall. You can't You know how much is left? Robert? Since since you really do understand, the dire situation were in there must be something totally dopey. You either read or watch just to keep your mind. Give your mind a break once in a while. What's the What's the dumbest thing you're reading or watching right now? Well, you know, I watched the old film a couple of nights ago called Notting Hill's Remember that film Your Grant, Julian Robertson, who grabbed I e mean it is happy. It is silly. It is really, really dumb. But what a great escape when you twit. Do you feel good when you tweet and you take your time to get the tweet put together You just go crazy and have misspellings because it seems like you're pretty precise. Well, you know what? I don't really pay a great deal of attention. I I It's basically the criterion is what gets me angry. Where is my bile At the moment on? I think that's what's happened to social media. And I think it's a bad thing. It's not a good thing. And that is there just too many people who use it to vent. Do you block the trolls? Or do you get into arguments with them? No, I don't. I don't get into any arguments with any trolls. That would be the beginning of the end. I mean, then I need to watch. Notting Hill every night. Well, Robert Rice. We've asked you here to play a game we call Secretary of Leisure. You were secretary of labor. But what do you know about leisure? We're going to ask you three questions about things famous people do to relax. Get to write and you win our prize for one of our listeners. Bill. Who is Robert Rice, playing for time being of Seattle, Washington. All right, You ready? Here we go. First question late in his life. Fred Astaire picked up a new way to relax. What was it? A he would do regular errands like grocery shopping and mowing his lawn backwards in high heels. Be. He started skateboarding in his driveway and fell in love with it. See, he started tagging spray painting local monuments with the phrase Gene Kelly sucks. Well, none of them sounds terribly likely. But I'm gonna go with a so you think that he would run do regular errands like grocery shopping and mowing his lawn backwards in high heels. I'm afraid that would be my guess. He was skateboarding. He became a lifetime member of the national skateboarding Society. Really? I'm amazing upon all right. We'll go to the next question. Prime Minister Winston Churchill had a way He loved to relax, but he was really bad at it. It was. Which of these A. He was an avid but very slow jogger and claimed to be the first man to break the four hour mile Be He loved bricklaying but once got a note from the bricklayers union, saying you would not be sufficiently competent to carry on the work of a fully qualified bricklayer. Or C. He adored scrapbooking, which his wife Clementine's called crap booking. I would go for C I mean, I could see him trying to do a brick laying job. I can't see him jogging, but a scrapbook. Yeah, that sounds consistent with my understanding. Winston Churchill. Well, you like toe lay bricks who know Oh, dear. All right, Professor writes you gotta get one of these. Right? All right. You gotta get that. I better know what's gonna happen. I mean, Steve, what? Didn't I hear that Steve Brian's Justice Supreme Court got three Exactly. Justice Stephen Breyer got on and he's still on the Supreme Court so well, for now, all you need is one right. You'd be better than briar. So that's all you're looking for. For your last question. When he's not busting heads and driving fast cars. Actor Vin Diesel relaxes by doing what a riding a tandem bicycle with Dame Judi Dench be playing Dungeons and Dragons with Dame Judi Dench. See gently bench pressing Dame Judi Dench. I like you. Liberation of Dungeons and Dragons with Dame Judi Dench. So I think I'm going to try that one. Professor Rice. You are better than Steven Brier, D and D and diesel. He's been an avid player for over 20 years, including a game..

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"steve brian" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:08 min | 6 months ago

"steve brian" Discussed on WGN Radio

"M I'm Steve Berg friend. I know that there's still another bunch that is completely anxious and is wanting to take a serious pause. There are others who are just hesitant. Including some health care workers. I encourage people to look to the FDA and the advisory Committee on Immunization practices so that we can get all the information I d ph will be putting out will continue to put out information about this vaccine as well working with various community groups to make sure that everyone has the information they need to make an informed decision that's doctor and goes. Daisy K. The director of the Illinois Department of Public Health, Talking about those who Might be concerned about getting the vaccine for covert 19. We talked about the fact that it's already being distributed in the UK earlier today, talking to MP Steve Brian. On Chicago's afternoon news coming up on the program, Terry Savage will be here. Jeremy Gantz, also contributing editor for the Center for Illinois Politics to a look behind what he calls Illinois's blue facade. The growing readiness it really is that you know, we kind of joke about the fact that there's this movement to succeed by some parts of the state away from Chicago, but we really are becoming Uh, much more divided than we used to. A lot of areas that went blue 10 20 years ago are now deep, deep red, So we'll talk to Jeremy Dance about his piece there. Any insurers well will be along. A little bit later, I put no Apple is out with their new headphones. And Ashley, you could get a pair for $550.0 the new ones that were actually featuring that tonight in our tech segment, so actually gets this year she is a with news nation and national correspondent. So did you get a chance to try them out? No, I have the old ones. And now I don't think they're working because I haven't cleaned them in a while. So I may need to do pair those You have airpods? Ay, Dios and you can hear. Do they work Well for you. They, Diogo. Um I like them. Okay? I wish I could use them here to talk to you. Stay that be cool. We'll work on that. Engineers can do almost anything. We'll get right on that. CBS is hiring doctors or who are they? Hiring here is we get ready for you? Expand these vaccinations. Yeah, That's right. They're hiring nurses, pharmacists, even pharmacy techs. Even some pharmacy interns. They really need all hands on right. I know this is going to be so put that on your tag pharmacy. Internal Pharmacy. Interns are welcome, but you could actually go to the CBS Jobs website and see The jobs that are available in your community. They have the priority markets. Those are states like Missouri, Oklahoma, Vermont, Alaska. Illinois is not on there for some reason, but Thies air workers who will be going into these long term care facilities. When the vaccine is available. They'll also be eligible for hero pay, and it's not. It's not that hard to give yourself a shot. Regular people do it all the time, right? Well, No, they do. Um, yeah, but I mean, you know, if you have diabetes, you have other reasons to give yourself a shot. That's exactly it's not too unusual. But these pharmacists, you know, they will be giving the best care and guidance to everyone. And you know, this really is one big mission and It's going to take an army of people. Yeah, it really is. I get my vaccination from a pharmacy assistant, wouldn't you? I think I would You know, One of my friends is a farm assistant. You know, she's given me the flu shot in the past and Um, yeah, It's just it's efficient. It's also convenient as well. If you're in the grocery store, um a lot of retailers also hiring pharmacists right now, so it's not just CBS give myself the flu shot every year. Who Really? Yeah, I trust I feel more comfortable doing it myself. You know, whatever works for you kind of hard to reach around, but it works. Um American airlines expanding. It's a pre flight testing as well. How does this work? So you get a test and then you know, Once you've gotten to the airport on, you're waiting for your flight. Whether or not you're positive, right? We talked about these at home tests, but this is one that you purchase through the airline and this will be available starting tomorrow for all travelers here in the U. S in Puerto Rico. So it is a service that will cost you. Those kits are about $130. But at the Dallas Fort Worth airport, which is a hub for American, you can actually get that in person test. On def You test positive course you cannot. Get on the flight rights. That's a tough thing If you're feeling okay. What Obama right, right. I don't know, Would you? I don't know if I would do it. I hate to say that, but I don't think if I'm feeling fine, I don't think I'm going to get a test, You know, makes you wonder how many people will We'll take this extra step. And then if you do test positive, you do have to wait another 14 days to re book. And, of course, if you you would want to know. So that's the other side of it. Yeah, I don't know. Uh, I think about it, so I'm not flying anywhere until Anyway. For a few weeks Now I have no home for the holidays. I guess. This year you got that, right? Actually catch the national correspondent for News Nation. Thanks, actually,.

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"steve brian" Discussed on Food Scientists Podcast

Food Scientists Podcast

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"steve brian" Discussed on Food Scientists Podcast

"So I stopped by to get the food for this week. Show Danes House less than he's so nice. He packs it all up and he said Hey I'm out back if you want a hi, when he texted me a front, but if you say hi, so I did when I said I can't stay because I have ice cream that I just bought the grocery store. But I can bring it on back here and we can eat some ice cream right now if you want. And your wife was like giving me like. Yet look, and you're like. No can't sorry. Rolling I had the grill going I was about to put a steak on. The grill is I eat like a king. And then. On facebook I find out that Brian has chocolate donut is green. Yes. That's the ice cream. He was offering. Yeah! Maybe did you know I wasn't even thinking? Has the potential being amazing? But it is so good. Is it's blue? Bunny Chocolate donut ice frame. So I thought why not right when I'm Brian was at the grocery right by my house, and he's like I might have gotten the last one so race out to the grocery store Steve Brian has the has indeed bought the last one and not shared I literally climbed into the Freezer Cooler because that one was on the top shelf and I am I know on TV. I, look huge! I'm like five seven tallest of all my relatives, but only like five seven. So to get to something I can see at the very back of the top shelf. There's three containers of ice cream so I opened the thing up. I actually step on the support. The united the bottom of the freezer, so that I could reach an eye. I climb all the way in to whole forward the three things in the back so that I can see. What they are. And Thankfully one of them was indeed the chocolate. Donut ice cream now. What surprised me as a surprise me? Have you would have been going to many? Yes, or grocery stores until you? Saved me a trip to a different one. Yeah, but what actually surprised me? The most was right next it also at the very back, which made me believe Brian did not have to do an expedition to get his. Was Peanut Butter Party. I had that before. Also while I was up there on the second of the top shelf. There's another the back of also. Pulled forward and that was cookies, candies and brownies that one I did miss. You sent me a picture of what was in that. Cookies and candies and brownies. Okay, brownies got what kind of cookies what kind of Canis. It looks like EMINEM chip cookies in eminem's actually chocolate chip cookies. EMINEM's I take that back so like cookie pieces cookie dough. Hamilton's. You know what it's a picture I'll show you for the youtube. Pick. People can see the night in by it. You can see. They have a picture of a cookie, but. Once it's in there. It's hard to tell what it really is from the picture on the packaging also did notice when I was shopping..

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"steve brian" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"steve brian" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is going to kill me yeah welcome back you guys don and Steve on my top one of seven one everything entertainment hit leave a little bit early today he being Steve Brian's here though that's a maroon five memories that was bringing us back yeah your day in the sun I can't take it I can't take it I can't it's so moving to me sweet sweet noticeable slow for my liking there's a lot of slow songs employing during the night to do ours here in my talk that we encountered a okay I get that I give them every day but more of a lyric kind of person I don't really care about the temple yeah your your intellect in that way you're very active I'm a chick chick flick lyrics like me right the page gives me I'm sorry my friend on Facebook my friend and just wrote the funniest post on Facebook and it's so true it just says you don't make friends at work by re heating stuffed cabbage in the office microwave yeah it's true what are people's thinking everyone hates Bradley here I know nobody likes him the stickiest foods and the most pungent foul smelling vegetables you can think of must be the best for you is what Bradley trainers Tommy and no salt is too much Bradley is best shape you can put all that salt on food it must not be bad at all it's truly a mind boggling there he's got a case yeah I don't know who sent it to him of salt shakers the Morton did Morton actually said that a case of them like restaurant sold shaker and like you know you see people like as a joke putting too much sugar in their coffee they just keep that that's Bradley just goes on and on and on anyone in amazing he's not like bloated well I'm calling in that yeah no kidding okay so our Facebook question today came from Ryan yeah are you are you taking control of this for the entire year apparently I have so many suggestions now that you now that it's your job now I have lots of ideas the ideas help but then they have to go through Hannah's filter yeah the original question today was going to be what's a slang term you'd rather see go away because he said something about phrases earlier yeah I thought slang would be fine Hannah email back and said well we have a swear word filter on our Facebook page some of the answers will come through and we'll slang doesn't necessarily have now somewhere anywhere but I'd feel like arguing with her so the new question into what band slash artist alive or dead do you want to see you perform live well we got a lot of responses and very good ones at that I want to see Elvis Elvis was a big one the Beatles would be good angles the Monkees a lot of people put the Monkees down hi yeah you're you're not even a real band they still being can play instruments get there I don't know can they Michael Jackson is one prince we allowed princes of Freddie Mercury that would be married with clean yeah I know yeah prince to that that yeah I would let you know that would have been one to certainly I'll go in who see them before right he was amazing is amazing actually he was the first show I ever saw at the Xcel energy center correct nope it was good and it was those stinkin get I'm sure he was great nirvana yeah Dolly Parton ed okay lot of Beatles at C. O. L. Beatles Elton John I would like to see Elton John too it is coming back to this ticket prices so Bob Marley Whitney Houston's Marley would be great Whitney of course man ever ever seen any of Bob Marley's kids perform no I would let me in have you I th I think so what do you mean it might be a mystic festival in amazement addled by something yeah I think I did see one right wing to wing our cat Stevens Neil Young the rolling stones I'd love to see the stones and they still I mean they still tour as well yeah but now they're at the point where they only go to the big cities will go to LA or New York yes CC Chicago and London London you know so they're not going to come the excel anytime soon they're not gonna come to a flyover steno I tried not to be in Chicago yeah yeah my buddy nama nama buddy my cousin J. P. he saw them mom in Chicago and for your kind of turning into Steve he keeps calling his brother in law his brother yeah well you know my my cousins are your buddies as mine okay I know I crossed one office last year a Willie Nelson one is a Willie Nelson at the target so I think it is very good very good at it you know it's not something you're not going to what you would expect to Willie Nelson because he's going to go out there is going to play for maybe even less than an hour yes play some great guitar his voice is fine yeah he relies on the audience a lot for some of the songs we still in the presence of a legend right there that's true friends for you know what I like about Willie Nelson concert is dead I don't know if he still does it do they sell the parades yes but bandanna in the Brady on this night sure it's in you know people people really get into it at the Willie Nelson con love Willie Nelson and Bob Dylan he was on my list a long time ago not seen I've seen four times yeah I saw him at on midway stadium with the B. fifty two is I believe me way yes I saw him at midway as well well I will be there at the same time because this was during the summer and it was my morning jacket and will co was performing our love will come to and that was one of the greatest shows very memorable really shows and trampled by turtles the local bluegrass band a little appearance email cameo right to come out and perform at midway I love I love midway when it was he was fine and they didn't I thought they just moved it down the street little did I know they rebuild the whole stadium in downtown Saint Paul over there and what area tennis at front from town I forget you know it's been so long since I was can't remember what it's called getting over there but that was on the greatest concert was the I'm not I don't have anything planned concerts plans here so far really now do you know I don't go to concerts that's right who would you like to see alive or dead did you answer the dead I would probably say I'd say prince I mean heck I would say yeah just because he put on such a great show look who just walked in salty US on that fly you from this to me there no we're talking about your salt intake and how it is just mind blowing mine yeah but you know here's the thing I don't have any sort of salt related issues and I work out a lot in table salt is not really troublesome the the salt you should worry about is like in Addis Alton foods different kinds of sodium actually the table salt you know I do like to sell my food trust me I I like pizza you do don't you now salt and pepper sundries on it's a well it's the same thing really yeah itself you're right it is a salty cheese if you will okay includes salt talk all what do you have coming up on your show today that's fabulous it's me you are coming up to do blinded by the item again and you do such a great job we've now I think we've we've well yesterday your skills thank you yeah I mean you have obvious right in our own skill from hanging out with you guys are we have that we're also we're gonna start the hour with the conversation about rob Kardashian there's things we need to figure out because you saw that lawsuit yeah he's trying to get a full.

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"steve brian" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"steve brian" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On this. We've got a few more games to go. See we'll go easy on you. At least I think the battle of the old men Brady versus mccown Sam darnold out for the jets as the patriots. Visit New York who you got. Really? Okay. Maybe I should rephrase runaway win a pay. Tom Brady's sick. He he was eating practice because illness he's questionable for this game. Big fan. No, I'm trying to help you your. It's still your pick. I'm as. Tom Brady surgery. Okay. Steve Steve's Brian Hoyer. Sit. Life and wins. Hey, I don't care who's playing quarterback. Give me New England. Yeah. You know? I'd like to Bill Belichick is the coach. Yeah. I'd like to put a little drama in this one guys. But I come on patriots. Brian. I so badly just. Steve. Game. Yeah. I mean, it's just one game you can afford that. Monday, Monday, like, dude. And then all the sudden Ryan took the nine Naga. I'd take the patriots. Okay. May give you a number that might make you consider taking the jets the last five games in this series at the jets at MetLife stadium in New Jersey have been decided by three one six five and seven points. The jets have won two of them. I'm still picking the pats. I think it'll be you know,.

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"steve brian" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

09:53 min | 2 years ago

"steve brian" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Show continues now with Brian Sussman. My goodness he has shown up after all we're so excited. Steve Moore chief economist, of course, the the guy who was the syndicated column. He's got the book Trump in and we'll get that posted a KFC dot com. It's a must buy for this holiday season. We watch him battling the liberal economists on CNN all the time. Good morning. Steve Brian great to be with you. All right shave. So here's the fear. Nancy Pelosi becomes speaker of the house, and then we never get that next round of tax cuts. What what do you think's going to happen here? Well, look, I mean, I just wrote in my column this week that a lot of ways for Donald Trump. I mean, Nancy Pelosi is going to be the the gift that just keeps on giving. You imagine a better foil for Trump then Pelosi? She's she's more much more unpopular than Trump is actually he's the least popular I don't know if you've noticed, but the Democrats are having some second. Thoughts now about pointing her as speaker. No that disappoints all the people in the bay area. She's got a lot of baggage. But the reason she's probably going to win. Two reasons. One is all Democrats believe in his identity politics. So they couldn't possibly deny woman the speakership. But the other thing is that. But he raises all the money, right? Yes. All the money for thirty s that's the fuel for the party is the money, and and that's what they really care about. And that's why I think it's likely that this revolt is is wanting to be shut down. She will be the speaker. And and I think Trump will have a field day with her. I mean, I think the American people will have I think it's a good thing that you know, Pelosi will be speaker because they'll get to yours to see how left wing and how radical the liberal agenda is you know, she's talking about shutting down fossil Fuel Development in America Medicare for all thirty trillion dollar new entitlement program raising the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. I mean, these are things that what capsized the economy, and they're they're not popular with the American people know, they're not at all. I wanna get your take on this rise of these New Democrats, socialists that are coming to the fore, we vet that young lady from New York who's admitted socialist, what do you think about what tell me about that from your perspective? Because those those people really scare me day. They meet you. Do you know what I always say on this show and speech I ever give is the most important lesson of the twentieth century, socialism, and communism, and fascism and Maoism and Stalinist all of these is from said about more government control the economy. They were a failure. And in free-market capitalism as a success, and yeah, you've got these people like Alexander Cortazar, by the way, she was protesting outside of Nancy Pelosi's office day. Did you see? Making a spectacle of herself. And no more fossil fuels. We're going to have to shut down the wrong gas and coal industry. Okay. We're gonna put millions of people out of work environment. And so they're they're the voice of the new Democratic Party. It's it's so interesting. You know, the older Democrats are actually, you know, the more sensible watch, it still young Turks are coming up. Dearly radical in their in their agenda. Now, it's going to be interesting because we're the Democrats really picked up seats. You know, what was the final town? I think thirty seven thirty eight and a half or something like that. Yes. One in the suburbs. You know? So it's so interesting to the Republican party has clearly become the party of the working class working class areas. Collar workers those are now the Republican districts, the obviously the inner cities are democratic, but the number cuts did really well in the upper class suburbs. Which responded because the Democrats keep accusing the Republicans being at a party of the rich guess which party is the party of the rich now, which is which is, you know, the Democrats, but Republicans have to do a better job Brian of learning how to talk about issues like healthcare and education. The Democrats are the one who destroyed our education system over the last thirty years, they keep pouring more and more and more money into failing school districts. I came from Chicago as you did, you know, what the Scotto inner city schools are like I live in Washington DC, where inner city schools are horrible. By the way, we pay twenty thousand dollars a year per student in the Catholic school system. You can get a better education than half the cost to why not give give these kids in the inner cities, which Trump wants to do by the way, give six or seven million, you know, low income minority kids from failing school districts a school voucher. So they can go to good schools in America. And by the way, Trump wants to do that. And the liberals are opposed to it. Why are they always been so opposed to that? What's the reason they're they're bought and paid for by the teachers unions and the teachers unions don't care primarily about kids? They care about themselves and similarly on healthcare we can cover everybody with healthcare, right? What you're rich country. We could provide health care for every citizen citizens. But we can do it much lower cost than Obama. Did you know the ObamaCare premiums from two thousand ten to two thousand sixteen doubled across the country. Yeah. They call out the Affordable Care Act. What's up? Right. Republicans took the blame for the doubling of the cost of the healthcare. Because now the Democrats are trying to blame Republicans on that. And look just use competition used choice. Let people buy whatever plan they can afford and you'll drive down health care costs. I mean, why is your we use competition and choice and free markets and every other industry except healthcare and education. Good point. Good point. Steve Moore with us. Okay. So Steve how about this? I mean, this is another thing that just you. Now, this is why the working class guys and gals are for Trump. Again, in October US industry expands manufacturing growth expands. Yeah. That's the good news of this administration. Oh, yeah. The blue collar jobs, we're coming back big time. You remember? I mean, you know, Obama two weeks before the election said house Trump could bring back those manufacturing jobs with a magic wand. What we're now creating did you see the numbers one thousand new manufacturing jobs in America every single day? James day with construction jobs. I mean, there are so many. I I was over at the White House today. Half joking with president you shop creating so many jobs. We don't have enough workers. And. Though, everywhere I go in the bay area. It's true. You know, and and every every area of the country. We don't have enough workers. Now. That's a good problem. They have wages are rising. And you know, it's interesting because I think the reason the Democrats had a good election on in the midterms is because people feel like things are so good with the economy. They don't have to worry about the economy anymore. Now, they can worry about things like, you know, health care Medicare for all these other issues that are you know, second and third tier? But they're forgetting she how did the prosperity happened. It didn't happen by accident that that's why you gotta by Trump, and Alex folks, you gotta give it your liberal friends. That's what you have to do. You have to buy like twenty copies. Katie. I know you've got twenty friends out there. I want you to sudden every one of them, I will they're all raging liberals and need help. So. The great thing about that book. It's you 'cause you're I mean, I considered to be a teacher you writing this book in a in a way in which it's easy to understand what you're talking about. It's a brisk rate is we like to say, yes. It's not rocket surgery. Pretty simple shot. You got to actually get out the big stack of business you let business's expand. And guess what? When businesses employers do better that then workers you better. I mean, why is that why is it so hard a Brian for the liberals to connect those dots without businesses aren't shops. His true how I'm curious your buddy, Larry cudlow, who's now the economic advisor who used to have a program here on the weekends on KFI. We used to do that for twenty years together. We did that show. I was a guest on your show for twenty years. How how is he enjoying his job? What's his take away of being in the middle of everything? Oh, he is the best. I mean, how cool is it that Larry cudlow? And by the way, here's the best man in my wedding. So he sure is a good friend of mine. How cool is that the east the most important economists in the world today and he's doing a great job? And we go over there. See the processor processor great spirits, by the way, you know. He he's show optimistic. He's like all the liberals are like, oh my God the world's coming. You know, there's gonna be a recession next year the polar ice caps are melting and all this stuff and Trump is always upbeat east optimistic about America is optimistic about American businesses and workers, and that's putting America first. And I don't care what anybody says putting America first it's not racist. It's basically saying American we're gonna care about American workers and American businesses ahead of everybody else. And that's what it says. It should do like Brian. I love you. I love Katy. But I taught my family ahead of everybody. You know, every other I also Stanley as you do everybody else. Does. Why should we put America had a fancy by the way, I'm so kissed off at at Matt Ryan say, oh, you know, nationalism is so selfish, Dale. Dale that country twice a man. Yes. That's exactly right. The book. That's the thanks. We got Trump and onyx inside the America I plan to revive our economy. That's the book, and we're going to get it up a case fo dot com. So we can sell a few copies because it's so inspirational educational, Steve I hope you'd have a great great thanksgiving. I guess we're taking next week off. And I'll talk to you. And in two weeks, we're going to get some new jobs summers in and I predict we get another two hundred thousand jobs your bird Ingo k heard for. All right. There's our buddy. Steve Steve have a great one. Thank you. You too diary goes. All right. That was so encouraging. All right. We're gonna open up the lines talk to you four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred four hundred five eight zero eight fifty six hundred open line Friday, Katie green right now. She's got. Taking a look at your roadways.

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"steve brian" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"steve brian" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"They want someone they can trust our job is to cut through the talking points. Martha McCallum we're going to ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged. What I'm doing is making sure that whatever is developed through the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast. We're twenty four seven news. But really down to the minute. We're going to be fearless. We're going to be fair. Whether it's midnight were their trucks news channel, real news. Real owner. Opinion. Watchdog at the interior department. Now, referring secretary Ryan Zinke foreign investigations. Here secretary Ryan Zinke under fire for potentially using his office for personal gain. Sources tell you societas press the department's inspector general has referred a case to the department of Justice. Although it's not clear yet what that investigations focused on Zeki has face questions over his role in the Montana land deal involving the chairman of the energy giant Halliburton. A lawyer. I think Steve Brian's his, quote, it is disappointing that unsubstantiated in anonymous sources have described an IT office referral to members of the media in Washington challenge will Fox News federal law enforcement officials saying disciplinary issues prompted the transfer of gangster James Whitey Bulger to the federal prison where he was beaten to death within hours of his arrival earlier this week a deadly viral outbreak that New Jersey long-term paediatric rehab center is getting worse patient has died from dental virus at the one accused center for nursing and rehabilitation in. The northern part of the state state health officials have confirmed a new case at the facility bringing the total number of cases to Twenty-eight concern is now spread to south jersey where there are now. Four confirmed cases of the virus at a similar pediatric facility near Philadelphia for healthy people dental virus poses little risk. It can cause mild cold or flu symptoms. Some strains can also cause diarrhea and pink eye, but can be serious for those with weakened immune systems. Like those at the centers, Tom reghati, Fox News. The American Civil Liberties union demanding that a Hawaii retirement home stop discriminating against non-catholic residents, and let them take advantage of the state's new medically assisted suicide law if they want to of land under the homes buildings is owned by the Catholic church the current property. Lease prevents what the church terms morally repugnant activity from taking place that includes euthanasia,.

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"steve brian" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"steve brian" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Please vote no on sex. Steve Moskowitz tax attorney joins us live in the program right now to talk about those who may not have the money to pay haven't paid their taxes. I mean, Steve this could be an issue. I know you've seen this many many times before person comes in thinking, they owe X when in fact, not even close you are able to look forensically at their tax return and say, hey, got good news for you. Right. Steve. Brian that happens so often the most common case of that is people owe money, so they don't file returns, that's a mistake. And then the government does something called an SF SFR standards for substitute for return. Just make something up. And oftentimes what they make up is way more than what you really all. Then the people come in waving those bills pay this. And I said, well, wait a minute. Let's do the returns. And maybe you don't own anywhere knew what they say. And maybe even do. Well, this is what people need to know, folks. You can call Steve's offices today and get on this right away. Because it's possible. You don't oh, you think you owe. Or if there is a big Bill in front of you Steve's going to be able to use all aspects necessary within the guidelines of the law to help you out. Right. Steve, absolutely. Will do everything for you within the bounds law? All right. Let's get the phone number out there right away. Eight eight eight taxdeal eight eight eight T A X D E A L eight eight eight taxdeal lounge.

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"steve brian" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"steve brian" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"I know to an Obama. Nah, I think of it not only was it fire like it was edgy for for TV back then. I remember they caught a body on nine. Know like I'm watching this eleven year old. It was just only remember. Realize it. Husband, not husband. Her boyfriend got killed on the show to do. He was a regular regular. Bever line. Often green also get killed at those. The other guy killed who Steve Brian's friend Brian was a year younger, and he was fucking older girl, and that's why he was. It was Brian, Jason Priestley, and then there was whatever that chick's name is. What's her name? Rory spelling, Jason Priestley girl. What is the main girl that she came from? Minnesota. Shannen Doherty. Right? A thousand. Well. You got. And it was a great show, man, edgy, say. That's the beauty of good content. If the continents do. We don't worry about diversity saying we just like the show to show that aren't that good. Flavor. Nolan greedy. Article I sent you. There was this article. A guy named Wesley morrissett what Moore's Moise right here for New York Times or maybe just like op Ed piece, but it's called the morality wars. Anybody listening right now go ghoulish shit. It's a fucking brilliant. Any talking about you have to check it out and basic things he's talking about. He's a black. Do us having dinner, you know, bunch of people and he's talked about how he didn't like insecure, the show insecure and that he didn't believe is a. He just didn't believe the character and his friend disagrees another black guys. How could you the shows important? The shows necessary and he's like, yeah, I'm not denying those things. I'm just talking about the quality of the show like, why can't we speak about the quality? And he starts realize that right now, things that are right are more important than good. For example, cases. Like right now we're talking about shows back in the day and your point right there was the show is good. It's good if it's relatable, like I never looked at fresh prince like when he some more white people love will. We'll just so interested in me, but and then he starts going on about like who the morality police are. Right, right now we always hear about the young kids telling us, we can't say anything, and these words are wrong, etcetera. And he goes, this is always existed. He goes when we were kids div Anjelica lls with the ones telling uncle Luke, he couldn't do the freak Nick. They're the ones tell rappers. They couldn't have the curse words in it. They couldn't sell their CDs at WalMart at cetera. He was the only thing is it's shifted to the youth. It used to be the old folks telling us, we couldn't say shit, and then we fought for the right to say shit, right? We get the right to say, and now these pink haired fucking nineteen year olds. Telling us that we're triggering them, we can't say nothing. You're not gonna come here and judge me. A lifetime that I used to live fuck about Freaknik now. Exalting shit like the culture switches like that. I mean, it's always going to be like that. I think the younger generation is always going to try to come at the older generation. You know what I'm saying? I was listening. I watched a documentary on what's the do that created good times and all this norm. Norman Lear. Yeah, I watched his documentary and you say, people are mad at good times why you always showing black people poured all his exactly but. But yeah, they're mad at that. Then he came out with we moving on Jefferson Jefferson's Sean black people in that light. So it's always gonna be a fight. You could get on TV we good nap, but we want show Vetter. We want better. Fuck with normally the reason fucking normal lives because he didn't stay in one box with anything. He showed you different variations of life showed you all in the family Archie bunker who some people would consider racist, but hey, if that's the guy that exists out there, we used to watch the show and just think shit was funny, examine good time show. Your point is the fried disenfranchised Fallon Chicago. Then he showed the jeffersons. A super entrepreneurial, all.

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"steve brian" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"steve brian" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"We are getting primary election results tonight from the great state of illinois where the race for the third congressional district is being closely watched as just the latest gauge on the future especially of the democratic hopes for more we turn to the big board steve kornacki our national political correspondent working nights with us tonight hey steve brian how are you good i interesting story here in the third district in illinois a lot of people don't know that number may not know the name but there's a very particular type of democrat who came into tonight in danger and a democratic primary talking about the issue here of abortion let me put this in some perspective before we get to what happened here go back to win the abortion issue i sort of came on the national scene back in the seventies forty three percent of democrats in congress said they were antiabortion back then you go forward to the nineteen nineties it fell to thirty four percent fast forward to today look at that it's all the way down at one point six percent that means there are three a grand total of three kratz in congress who call themselves the antiabortion and one of them his name is dan lipinski from the third district in illinois he was being challenged in a democratic primary tonight so women by the by the name of newman she said she was inspired by the women's marches trump was elected she challenged him there was a lot of energy behind her campaign and we can show you the what happened tonight if we can get that screen it but i was doing pretty good with his last week brian here it is this looks almost almost one hundred percent of the vote is in in lipinski it looks like he's actually going to survive this is a bit of a surprise dan lipinski's his son of a former congressman again it looks like an antiabortion democrat is going to survive very well energized primary challenge in the air of trump's to a bit of a surprise result there in the third district of illinois and then if you look over here there was a near major surprise tonight on the republican side in the race for governor of illinois the incumbent bruce rounder incumbent first term incumbent running for reelection he is now going to win this primary tonight but bear.

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"steve brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"steve brian" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"I mean that's at my feeling is is exactly i i you're heading on the right path it's like we have these people that have the ability to make great decisions unfortunately you know and i i don't think i don't think the leadership would would disagree not i would be opened the leadership disagreeing of leadership wanted the come on our show and share their insights but i really do feel like if we gave the people the ability to make decisions that they're that they're the the company would be in a better position and were more able to shift and the leadership of that organization will be able to step away when they wanted to rather than worry when they walk away yeah this is this is an owner who is extremely smart and has has become very successful but he runs the show he is the strong general and he hires people that will just do what he asks them to do enter he doesn't want to hear from them how the company should run better he knows best how the company should run so he makes a point to hire people underneath him who are based click going to do what he asks i don't personally think that's the right business model but on a joint so let's let's wrap it up were well indoor episode here and we got plenty more show coming up in the next couple of days we get tomorrow we have on the show with heck is on the show tomorrow is tomorrow it is a jason farsh right to mars jason forest in them we got candy with the show me more segment comment on with our with randy up on now up on saturday so many great things going on next week justin cavanaugh gary hensel and now heidi mcgurk so many fun things coming up uh let's just get out of here now can we do it yes steve brian go ahead tickets at here.

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"steve brian" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"steve brian" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Alabama's you heard a play for the answer coming up the iron bowl when they take on auburn wanted the tigers and we talked about still trying to hold on good chance at getting into that football playoff with tied in line to be number one in the next rankings asked able to take care of business as well the defending national champions able to beat florida's bagged fourteen steve brian greasy who had the call of this one said it was a bit closer believe god nato absolutely huawei but the sousse tunisia we feel like are features the snow three lost twice to this this is much closer at florida state probably deserve the better uh help we are not just completely dominating soon as you as you look forward south carolina they're able to win the championship lawn cause for all the football you remember this suitca shawn watson williams put on uh uh yards passing shawn watson and three such tells mike williams thirty nine your to the touchdown seen from kelley bryant and dionne wright who gone from receiving put me that's the difference between last here's team in this year's team and uh uh they are not alive securities offered may not the same team as they were a year ago but able to churn out plenty yardage on the ground two hundred twenty seven yards for clubs and against lord' state and picking up to thirty one fourteen jewelry knowles i'm chris belotti coming up next luck trying his luck across the pod and saturday night the cavaliers help from somebody other them abroad leading the way it's sports center all night a senior say for a heart you wonder who need this is abc flegt teams.

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"steve brian" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"steve brian" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"House who they're up back there and the bad vicki stricken a fresca thick steve brian shwaiki joined with a fresca as definitely clubs though there some light beverage by the way here's a question i would to ask reading today about several members of the defense who have switched to a plant based guy a healthy diet and my question to you is half members of the offensive lied any of you have you gone through this ad is technically a vegan diet i'd that what we're saying if their fake being the other fake they don't do it all the time them they said if we say we say is like a little caught their loyalty line growth over there they want to be all cool in the in what is the unsheath meltdowns we call them what garrick morgan i think he's pretty much all the time visiting uh someday i think he's like i think all of them supplement lives and fish and stuff like that but they're deathly like no dairy of ally that derailed endemic but other ones we call begins the that makes sense like what you said about the fish grew right this i i've been thinking about gone it by then as it has of wings before the south south had fixed ramps and i don't feel bad about a ben could you do do that you do that die for helo now for edberg earthy then or one football k for a week not a chance i could give your meal navy i couldn't do that she had like the non dairy because i like she is on same here is that is that the one thing you couldn't live without as far as the day yes i like me i'm all for philemon okay i don't discriminate when it comes me very go ab wells have about a question via twitter hashtag tights tonight remember you can call of this program you could dial your phone and just joe pryatta talk to tighten center bench jumped at eight seven seven eight four eight two six seven.

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