35 Burst results for "Sunday Night"

Mark Levin's #1 Success Streak Is Thanks to You

Mark Levin

01:27 min | Last month

Mark Levin's #1 Success Streak Is Thanks to You

"Wouldn't it be amazing mister producer of the first hour of this program Was on television People would actually see how passionate I am Not just hear it in my voice Passionate With a number one prime time Sunday Night show in all of cable news Period And it's weak after week after even my rerun last week Beat most The number one book last year 2021 fiction or nonfiction If I don't tell you it nobody's going to tell you The second biggest radio show in America and this show airs For many people Frank laid a very inconvenient time But here we are In a slot the 20 years ago he couldn't sell for a penny We've taken all comers from all competition And have defeated them Over at the blaze we have Levin TV which is widely successful And no it's not because of me it's because of you

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Shanghai lockdown: Residents demand release, and some get it

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Shanghai lockdown: Residents demand release, and some get it

"On a hot Sunday Night residence of an upscale Shanghai compound took to the streets to decry lockdown restrictions imposed by their community and then won the go ahead to leave The triumphant story quickly spread on chat groups across the Chinese city sparking one question in the minds of those who remain under lockdown shouldn't we do the same By the end of the week other groups of residents had confronted management in their complexes and some had won at least a partial release While it's unclear how widespread they are the incidents reflect the frustration that's built up after more than 7 weeks of lockdown even as the number of new daily coronavirus cases has fallen to a few hundred in a city of 25 million I'm Charles De

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Police: 6 shot, 3 fatally at a greater Atlanta condo complex

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Police: 6 shot, 3 fatally at a greater Atlanta condo complex

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Republicans look to surrogates for boost in Ohio Senate race

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Republicans look to surrogates for boost in Ohio Senate race

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Exotic Foods (MM #4056)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Exotic Foods (MM #4056)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Last week, my wife and I were watching the history channel on Sunday nights we watched a show called the food that made America. And they were talking about tacos. I'll be honest with you. I think I can remember the first time I had tacos. Probably in the late 1960s. I know we were living in Wyoming, so I was in first grade when I had tacos, at least for the first time, or at least when I remember. And they were saying on the show, the guy who basically created Taco Bell was the one who brought mainstream hard shell tacos to the world, and at the time in the late 50s, early 60s when he was getting started, tacos were considered exotic food. And the word exotic just kind of hit me in a weird way. When I think of exotic, I think of like that bizarre food show with Andrew zimmern. Sure. I mean, I've had Elk and I've had ostrich and I've had rattlesnake and I guess those are exotic foods or maybe I don't know. I don't even know what an exotic food is. At one time, tacos were exotic. Of course, now they're one of my favorite foods that have been since forever. But now I wonder when was the first time I had a taco? Was I eating exotic food in first grade and didn't know it? Wow.

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Exotic Foods (MM #4056)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Exotic Foods (MM #4056)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Last week, my wife and I were watching the history channel on Sunday nights we watched a show called the food that made America. And they were talking about tacos. I'll be honest with you. I think I can remember the first time I had tacos. Probably in the late 1960s. I know we were living in Wyoming, so I was in first grade when I had tacos, at least for the first time, or at least when I remember. And they were saying on the show, the guy who basically created Taco Bell was the one who brought mainstream hard shell tacos to the world, and at the time in the late 50s, early 60s when he was getting started, tacos were considered exotic food. And the word exotic just kind of hit me in a weird way. When I think of exotic, I think of like that bizarre food show with Andrew zimmern. Sure. I mean, I've had Elk and I've had ostrich and I've had rattlesnake and I guess those are exotic foods or maybe I don't know. I don't even know what an exotic food is. At one time, tacos were exotic. Of course, now they're one of my favorite foods that have been since forever. But now I wonder when was the first time I had a taco? Was I eating exotic food in first grade and didn't know it? Wow.

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Exotic Foods (MM #4056)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Exotic Foods (MM #4056)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Last week, my wife and I were watching the history channel on Sunday nights we watched a show called the food that made America. And they were talking about tacos. I'll be honest with you. I think I can remember the first time I had tacos. Probably in the late 1960s. I know we were living in Wyoming, so I was in first grade when I had tacos, at least for the first time, or at least when I remember. And they were saying on the show, the guy who basically created Taco Bell was the one who brought mainstream hard shell tacos to the world, and at the time in the late 50s, early 60s when he was getting started, tacos were considered exotic food. And the word exotic just kind of hit me in a weird way. When I think of exotic, I think of like that bizarre food show with Andrew zimmern. Sure. I mean, I've had Elk and I've had ostrich and I've had rattlesnake and I guess those are exotic foods or maybe I don't know. I don't even know what an exotic food is. At one time, tacos were exotic. Of course, now they're one of my favorite foods that have been since forever. But now I wonder when was the first time I had a taco? Was I eating exotic food in first grade and didn't know it? Wow.

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Passover Moon (MM #4041)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Passover Moon (MM #4041)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. What's the old saying you learned something new every day? I never realized. I guess because I'm not Jewish, that Passover always falls around a full moon. It's designed that way. The calendar for Passover is built around the moon cycles. To most people, the full moon this weekend is called the pink moon. And it's not because the moon will actually be pink for the most part, although sometimes full moons are pink depending on the sky conditions. It's about the fact that they blossom around the time. The dogwoods blossom every year. And with dogwood trees having pink blossoms, it's given the name the full moon. Of course, just like everything. We've talked about this before. I think I've even talked about the pink moon before. Every full moon now has to have a name. So the full moon comes in at one 55 in the afternoon. My time on Saturday. So how do you have a full moon during the day? So you'll actually see some of the pink moon because of where it falls tonight tomorrow night and into Sunday Night. I didn't realize the Passover moon was always a full moon. I've heard people talk about the Passover moon before, but had no clue. So why is it the pink moon and not to pass over moon? We'll leave that up for debate.

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Passover Moon (MM #4041)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Passover Moon (MM #4041)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. What's the old saying you learned something new every day? I never realized. I guess because I'm not Jewish, that Passover always falls around a full moon. It's designed that way. The calendar for Passover is built around the moon cycles. To most people, the full moon this weekend is called the pink moon. And it's not because the moon will actually be pink for the most part, although sometimes full moons are pink depending on the sky conditions. It's about the fact that they blossom around the time. The dogwoods blossom every year. And with dogwood trees having pink blossoms, it's given the name the full moon. Of course, just like everything. We've talked about this before. I think I've even talked about the pink moon before. Every full moon now has to have a name. So the full moon comes in at one 55 in the afternoon. My time on Saturday. So how do you have a full moon during the day? So you'll actually see some of the pink moon because of where it falls tonight tomorrow night and into Sunday Night. I didn't realize the Passover moon was always a full moon. I've heard people talk about the Passover moon before, but had no clue. So why is it the pink moon and not to pass over moon? We'll leave that up for debate.

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Passover Moon (MM #4041)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Passover Moon (MM #4041)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. What's the old saying you learned something new every day? I never realized. I guess because I'm not Jewish, that Passover always falls around a full moon. It's designed that way. The calendar for Passover is built around the moon cycles. To most people, the full moon this weekend is called the pink moon. And it's not because the moon will actually be pink for the most part, although sometimes full moons are pink depending on the sky conditions. It's about the fact that they blossom around the time. The dogwoods blossom every year. And with dogwood trees having pink blossoms, it's given the name the full moon. Of course, just like everything. We've talked about this before. I think I've even talked about the pink moon before. Every full moon now has to have a name. So the full moon comes in at one 55 in the afternoon. My time on Saturday. So how do you have a full moon during the day? So you'll actually see some of the pink moon because of where it falls tonight tomorrow night and into Sunday Night. I didn't realize the Passover moon was always a full moon. I've heard people talk about the Passover moon before, but had no clue. So why is it the pink moon and not to pass over moon? We'll leave that up for debate.

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Passover Moon (MM #4041)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Passover Moon (MM #4041)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. What's the old saying you learned something new every day? I never realized. I guess because I'm not Jewish, that Passover always falls around a full moon. It's designed that way. The calendar for Passover is built around the moon cycles. To most people, the full moon this weekend is called the pink moon. And it's not because the moon will actually be pink for the most part, although sometimes full moons are pink depending on the sky conditions. It's about the fact that they blossom around the time. The dogwoods blossom every year. And with dogwood trees having pink blossoms, it's given the name the full moon. Of course, just like everything. We've talked about this before. I think I've even talked about the pink moon before. Every full moon now has to have a name. So the full moon comes in at one 55 in the afternoon. My time on Saturday. So how do you have a full moon during the day? So you'll actually see some of the pink moon because of where it falls tonight tomorrow night and into Sunday Night. I didn't realize the Passover moon was always a full moon. I've heard people talk about the Passover moon before, but had no clue. So why is it the pink moon and not to pass over moon? We'll leave that up for debate.

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Mark Levin Wishes All a Fantastic Passover and Easter

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Mark Levin Wishes All a Fantastic Passover and Easter

"I want to wish you all a fantastic Easter This weekend I want to wish you all a fantastic Passover as we like to say peso These are very very important holidays For the first for the Christian faith obviously the second for the Jewish faith These are very very important holidays And they have tremendous meaning One want to show all the best of the holidays I want to tell you what we have in store for you Sunday Night on life liberty and Levin and obviously if you can't watch it live I would encourage you to go ahead and set your DVRs to record it record it every Sunday It's easier 8 p.m. Eastern Time as I say 8 p.m. Eastern Time I've been watching Jack Keane on Fox he's usually given three four 5 6 7 minutes I said you know we need to listen to him The former four star general about what's taking place now the Russians amassing now on the eastern border with Ukraine He is a fascinating man He's got enormously high level military contacts And he is things to say that you're not going to believe And Dave Rubin Dave Rubin used to be a leftist not anymore And we're going to talk about Disney we're going to talk about all this insanity that's taking place in our classrooms And of course we lead the show with my monologue which is a little longer is going to be a little longer this week

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Join Mark Levin on 'Life, Liberty & Levin' This Sunday

Mark Levin

01:19 min | 2 months ago

Join Mark Levin on 'Life, Liberty & Levin' This Sunday

"A reminder please This Sunday like every Sunday 8 p.m. Eastern Time life liberty and Levin If you can't watch it live it is fun to watch it live but if you can't please DVR the program you can DVR right now set it for every Sunday 8 p.m. eastern So you'll never miss it We have a fantastic show this Sunday I think these programs through I think the guests through It's not just a quick conga line We give people an opportunity to speak It is a completely different format as you well know And it's pretty funny The other week mister producer and I were kind of laughing because media matters So this is boring This is going to work Remember that rich It's the number one TV show news talk show whatever we call it It was opinion show on Sunday nights period And there's other good shows too on Fox that precede and follow my show by the way It's a very solid and fun lineup I will also be on Fox and Friends Sunday in the 8 a.m. Eastern Time hour I don't know anything beyond that I have reduced my parents just because I need from time to time

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Sen. Ted Cruz & Author David Mamet Will Be on 'Life, Liberty & Levin'

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 3 months ago

Sen. Ted Cruz & Author David Mamet Will Be on 'Life, Liberty & Levin'

"One Please don't forget this Sunday Night 8 p.m. Eastern Time On Fox life liberty and Levin we have two fantastic guests we have our friend Ted Cruz One of these quick interviews it is a good solid interview And he says some things I wasn't aware of Very fascinating very important about the Supreme Court in this nominee Without an eruption from me in the next guest will be David Mamet the quite famous playwright movie writer and author Who was raised by parents who were leftists alinsky ice and now he is a conservative Trump supporter It's a fascinating story He's a very brave man He's a brilliant man he's written an incredibly intelligent book That I actually think is a book that's going to be remembered for decades after we're gone It's just a fantastic but I think you'll come to the show and I think you come to the show on a Sunday Night sort of wrap things up on the West Coast to sort of begin to wrap things up That's why I do the long form interview You know when I was a young man that's what we did In some radio excuse me that's how TV used to be done But not so much

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Mark Levin Reflects on Latest Abraham Lincoln Documentary on HISTORY

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 4 months ago

Mark Levin Reflects on Latest Abraham Lincoln Documentary on HISTORY

"There's a documentary that's on about Lincoln And eventually this before on the history channel And what's remarkable is that documentary its first night was up against my show on Sunday And yet we had over 2 million viewers which is massive for a Sunday Night at 8 p.m. eastern And yet I DVR didn't watched it After my show and I watched it the next night When you watch a show like that you watch the show on Churchill or you watch a show on Washington and so forth You know why these are great men These are great men that make extraordinarily difficult decisions while all the men and women around them are running around like chickens without a hit While they're getting all kinds of static all kinds of input all kinds of competing ideas and contradictory ideas What the people will and won't support and on and on and on and you have to mentally push your way through all that to try and figure out what the right thing is to do and how to get in front of the situation Lincoln insisted on keeping the union together And he eventually came to the position always opposed to slavery always That slavery had to be a rallying cry as well And no better man than Frederick Douglass Embraced him Be signed the Emancipation proclamation Was extremely unpopular in some quarters including in the north among so called moderate Democrats who had sided with the union

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Trash Day (MM #3987)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Trash Day (MM #3987)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason now normally for us, trash day is Mondays. So on Sunday Night we put out the garbage can. They're supposed to pick it up sometime Monday. It used to be 9 ten, 11 o'clock in the morning. Now sometimes two, three, 4 o'clock in the afternoon, or not even on trash day. We have a problem with trash collection here in Nashville. It's one of the companies that we've hired out. We don't have our own trash collection service here in Nashville. We subcontracted. Well, they're having a problem. Of course they're saying it's a labor problem. They don't have enough people to drive, but how many people do you encounter on a trash route? Or you need somebody to drive the truck and they don't even get out of the truck, they just have one of those mechanical arms that grab the trash bin and put it in the back of the truck. I know it's not that bad here. Like last week it was supposed to be picked up on Monday. And I think they finally showed up on Thursday or Friday. I don't remember which day it was. In Fort Wayne, I've got friends who live there and they're sometimes weeks in arrears from their trash collection. From what I understand it may actually be the same company, which is sort of regional sort of not good. They obviously have some problems. We'll see what happens tomorrow with trash collection. But I have a feeling we could be waiting a few days.

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Trash Day (MM #3987)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Trash Day (MM #3987)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason now normally for us, trash day is Mondays. So on Sunday Night we put out the garbage can. They're supposed to pick it up sometime Monday. It used to be 9 ten, 11 o'clock in the morning. Now sometimes two, three, 4 o'clock in the afternoon, or not even on trash day. We have a problem with trash collection here in Nashville. It's one of the companies that we've hired out. We don't have our own trash collection service here in Nashville. We subcontracted. Well, they're having a problem. Of course they're saying it's a labor problem. They don't have enough people to drive, but how many people do you encounter on a trash route? Or you need somebody to drive the truck and they don't even get out of the truck, they just have one of those mechanical arms that grab the trash bin and put it in the back of the truck. I know it's not that bad here. Like last week it was supposed to be picked up on Monday. And I think they finally showed up on Thursday or Friday. I don't remember which day it was. In Fort Wayne, I've got friends who live there and they're sometimes weeks in arrears from their trash collection. From what I understand it may actually be the same company, which is sort of regional sort of not good. They obviously have some problems. We'll see what happens tomorrow with trash collection. But I have a feeling we could be waiting a few days.

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Trash Day (MM #3987)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Trash Day (MM #3987)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason now normally for us, trash day is Mondays. So on Sunday Night we put out the garbage can. They're supposed to pick it up sometime Monday. It used to be 9 ten, 11 o'clock in the morning. Now sometimes two, three, 4 o'clock in the afternoon, or not even on trash day. We have a problem with trash collection here in Nashville. It's one of the companies that we've hired out. We don't have our own trash collection service here in Nashville. We subcontracted. Well, they're having a problem. Of course they're saying it's a labor problem. They don't have enough people to drive, but how many people do you encounter on a trash route? Or you need somebody to drive the truck and they don't even get out of the truck, they just have one of those mechanical arms that grab the trash bin and put it in the back of the truck. I know it's not that bad here. Like last week it was supposed to be picked up on Monday. And I think they finally showed up on Thursday or Friday. I don't remember which day it was. In Fort Wayne, I've got friends who live there and they're sometimes weeks in arrears from their trash collection. From what I understand it may actually be the same company, which is sort of regional sort of not good. They obviously have some problems. We'll see what happens tomorrow with trash collection. But I have a feeling we could be waiting a few days.

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"sunday night" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

08:10 min | 10 months ago

"sunday night" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Anyway and that's now that's how i got underway and here it is Twenty years on monday night going on the sixteen now on sunday is it the same. Was it the same thing as it. Currently is now that you you get tons before the games with the coaches and interview them and if so does that mean you you had your first one. Your first broadcast coaches meetings with with landry and parcels does. That's the way it went. The that was the case that was the case. How landry and then the. He paul hackett in that meeting as well packet. I think it was the offensive coordinator of the of the cowboys and in parcells came into the meeting. Flavius joe morris who is their number one back jailing up and he was holding out at that point. Know some new to the game. At least i didn't know build that point. So i said a big of a deal. Is it of jones. Employee goes about the little like that. It's like okay. Don't always not denigrate you any malicious way. But it was always like no matter. What question to ask. Bill had to be the contrarian in terms of an answer. Anyway i love. I wound up the low and parsoes governor for years. He almost became the analyst on monday. Night football in two thousand and opportunities that right. I didn't know that yes he did. Yes and pass on it. yeah. I know i'm jumping around your. Please go in night. Yeah no end up so frank leaves. After ninety seven dwarfs gone after ninety eight at work with boomer esiason ninety eight with debt with theodore for ninety nine just the two of us in two thousand don almir comes in to produce the show and he wants to. He wants to do something really different and the really different thing that he did. Of course as we are dennis miller. But that's a different story before. We hired dennis so that role was going to go to parcels. These bill was now leaving football. He coached the jets. They at the whole thing going on. Where bill's gonna move into the front office. Maybe this is the whole bellichik year. This is the not going to be the hce of the y. J. year rights. He got ballot. Check getting the job. And then walking away from it to go to new england for our cells gone. Does he really want to do front office. Where or does he want to go to. Abc and bill nye at two very very long discussions on the phone and the thing about parsoes was he always had all of the answers right. We're your questions but we sped too long to very long our share of bone. He must have asked fifty questions. Have everything would work. It was great and they re. He's such an intelligent man is knowledge of football of courses is superb and at the end of the day the end of our conversation. He said. I don't want to take the job or not. I try. I try his own. Take the job on golf. Tonal thing. I wanted to take the job. And then he should. I don't know how to take the job he should if i do. I'll be the best analyst ever ever. And i should bill. I said that's all. I want to hear because i don't want this to be a halfway house for you. Guys get outta coaching and come back into coach right. We should hold much so if you haven't gotten your coaching jollies it. They're not out of your out of your body. This means too much to the rest of us. And that's when he said what he said about he'd be the best ever and of course. It was a part of me that knew that he had to go back to coaching at some point. Of course that happened in. Oh three when he began to coach the cowboys for he would he would have been terrific agree because that's the one you know. Obviously madden is one of the all time greats attic because he talked in a language that people completely understood in a from folksy to plane to just just described that describing. The obviously collins has that gene in him as well. The way that you could just describe something and it doesn't sound like you're it filled with jargon it's just normal plain english that makes sense you know and i think bill would have been great that with mad. Doing they make it fun to make not only interesting. But there's a. There's a a a lightness to to as well as none of the you know the three technique in you know the wide not when you get into that too but you need you gotta come away from that sub and see the bigger broader picture and. I've been fortunate with john and chris over the last almost twenty years. Now don't Doesn't get any better than that and they. You know what it is a rich. It's communication those guys. Know how to communicate. They know how to connect with the audience. And that's why you know. John just he understood. What was he understood. What what it means to listen to somebody. I mean to me. I've always when i enjoy myself from obama. Lister a i wanna. I wanna make sure that i'm well what i'm saying is interesting. Informative point with with me as as as viewer. So you try to put yourself in the viewers position. What does he need to what does he. What does he have to know. What's fun to know what's different And you're trying to of flip the very little bit to think of yourself as a listener as well as a communicator. Right and then talk about things that you know in again normally Or plainly i guess would be the way to put it in you know madden. You had a seat next to him. Hearing the way that he would communicate. You know the the thing that i will always live with me isn't from his game but from his pro football hall of fame speech about the busts talking to each other. It's just was. It was such a fan thing to say like you know and you know they talk. What do they talk about when the lights go out. And then one of the last lines he said. It's gonna be having one of those busts in there talking forever and ever talking about whatever and that was like almost tree and you know what i mean like. That's yeah i miss him. I miss that guy but obviously you. And he's he's one of the scores people ever. I mean look at john larger than life and he's scuttled the sound affection of boom and the whole thing but people don't understand this is a man who knows a lot about a lot and am i seven years with john. I mean we had some great great times and most of them dealt with like dinners or discussions. We had about things other than football. We spent enough time on football. We got it. We knew it. And we're doing a game every week but john could discuss. Anything is very curious man very of course going around the country. That's what he always wanted to do. He he loved. You know stopping in the coffee shop in goodland kansas and get another people and that's That's i think. Part of the reason john was able to connect as a communicator. With like every demographic every part of the country. Well i'm gonna finish up with you the way i'm planning to finish up with all the other interviews for for this ten part series of just getting started on nfl voices and broadcasters and it's the best piece of advice she received in your career what what was it in. From whom would you say. Well i would say it's kind of it's it's a little odd away but i'll never forget. I loved kurt gowdy as a broadcaster luck and i got to do the nineteen seventy two world series with him when i was doing the cincinnati reds and we won the pennant and actually had met kurt when i was in college and he was doing the red sox and i i played a tape for him as training so he knew about me..

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"sunday night" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

03:38 min | 10 months ago

"sunday night" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"The one and only al michaels. They truly broke the mold without and he is at the top of his game as great as he's ever been. And what makes al so great is so few people can meet a moment like al and we all know him meeting the moment for say the olympics say when malcolm butler stepped in and intercepted a pass in the super bowl to win a game for one team that looked like it was about to lose and beat a team. That looked like it was about to win. It's the least expected moment you could ever imagine from a guy that had to be so deep down on owls list of players that he had to study no and no by name and uniform number and malcolm butler and that's meeting a moment and then there's also living in a moment obviously again his miracle. Play the famed two thousand eleven call on monday night. Football of antonio freeman juggling a ball that looked like it hit the ground but he really had caught it. He did what i mean. Sometimes you just perfect call. Is somebody living in the moment. And saying what's in our own heads without obviously the curse words like he did want. I mean it's perfect. Call of a moment like antonio freeman and then of course living in the moment like far doing what he did the night that he played after his father had passed away. I mean i could truly go on and on. Those are two special aspects of sports broadcaster. That al personifies together but it's also knowing the nuts and bolts not just down in distance. I mean when. nbc added. Terry mcaulay an official rules expert to their sunday night broadcast because my buddy mike from back in the day at nfl network. Mike pereira was doing such a great job on fox rules analyst. Everybody started adding one to their national broadcast. And they added terry mcaulay to the nbc sunday night football broadcasts and my first thought was why because al is the rules expert. How is the guy who knows what is in the rule book and whether it applies to something that's under review or something that should be reviewed or why o'clock is stopped. He is truly unbelievable like that and in terms of meeting the moment you just heard what his and living in the moment and knowing the moment altogether that makes him you know arguably the greatest ever done it but the living in the moment is so tough to do to know what you're seeing in real time and know what it means and know how to put it in perspective and also know how to react to it emotionally that you at home can plug into hearing his advice that he got from back in his day from kirk county. Don't get jaded and you could just hear it in the hitch and al's voice when it's time for a season kickoff like we're hearing this week or a big moment that he's going to call in week four on sunday night football which is the greatest piece of filet mignon steak that the 2021 nfl schedules going to serve up. Which is tom. Brady returning to new england with the buccaneers. Taking on at the time of this podcast dropping. Mack jones healthy and ready to roll as a rookie starter wearing tom. Brady's college number..

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"sunday night" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

04:38 min | 10 months ago

"sunday night" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"What what it means to listen to somebody. I mean to me. I always thought what. I enjoy myself than though is vonda obama. I wanna i wanna make sure that. I'm what i'm saying. Is interesting informative and on point with with me as as as a viewer so you try to put yourself in the viewers position. What does he need to know. What does he. What does he have to know. What's fun to know what's different. Try to kind of flip the very little bit to think of yourself as a listener as well as a communicator. Right and then talk about things that you know again normally Or plainly i guess would be the way to put it in you know madden. You had a seat next to him. Hearing the way that he would communicate. You know the the thing that will always live with me isn't from his game but from his pro football fame speech about the busts talking to each other. It's just it was such a fan thing to say like you know and you know. Do they talk. And what do they talk about when the lights go out and then one of the last lines he said it's like you know and i'm going to be having one of those busts in there talking forever and ever talking about whatever and that was like almost poetry you know and you know what i mean. That's yeah i miss. I miss that guy. But obviously you and ray. He's he's one of the scorers people ever mean. Look at john. He's got a larger than life and he's scuttled the sound affection the boom and the whole thing at but people don't understand this is a man who knows a lot about a lot and am i seven years with john. I mean we had some great great times and most of them dealt with like dinners or discussions. We had about things other than football. We spent enough time on. We got it. We knew it and we're doing a game. You know every week. But john could discuss. Anything is a very curious man very and of course going around the country. That's what i always wanted to do. He he loved stopping in the coffee shop in goodland. Kansas another people. And that's that's i think part of the reason that john was able to connect as a communicator. With like every demographic in a report at the country well gonna finish up with you. The way i'm planning to finish up with all the other interviews for for this ten part series of just getting started on. Nfl voices in broadcasters. And it's the best piece of advice he received in your career. What what was it. From whom would you say. Well i would say it. It's kind of a little odd in a way. But i'll never forget. I loved kurt gowdy as a broadcaster luck and i got to do the nineteen seventy two world series with him when i was doing the cincinnati. Regine and we won the pennant. And i actually had met kurt when i was in college and he was doing the red sox i played a tape. Forum is training so he knew about me. Now we're doing the world series together..

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"sunday night" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

04:54 min | 10 months ago

"sunday night" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"And that's what i want wound up with the series and and announcing my my college friends sal. Bando playing third base with the as unbelievable. I do have to before we move on to the nfl. I gotta linger here. Your best sparky anderson story. I mean what was it like being around him. Managing the big red machine rose. Gimme your go-to gimme your your favorites. Greatest thing for me in. Cincinnati is that i had to do the show sparky every day for ten minutes. They called at the main spark so sparky he. He could have been greater. Sparky was only about thirty seven. Thirty eight years old at the time and he looked like he was a hundred Was withered with the white air. I got my phd. From sparky be is not only. Do we have to do this. Show weekdays six hundred. These shows we did every spring training game every regular season game one sixty two and then we're postseason to the three years so i truly did about. Six hundred shows was foggy so you had ten minutes. We had to be alone and then he would oftentimes closed door. We will take the show and then we shut their talk from the twenty minutes in a off mike. So i learned so much from sparky at pete rose. I always made it a point where we were on the road on the bus. That would try to sit next to pete because he could go through the entire game pitch fight pitch telling me exactly what he thought exactly what he was thinking yet him. You had johnny. Who knew everything. Morgan comes over. I mean mailman. I'm i'm going to martyred oxford cambridge princeton and yale all at the same time. It's just amazing. And then you gotta tell quickly were however you wish the story about You getting a recommendation to the dodgers organization. Through your calling games in hawaii. And who is the one who did it. And how i love. This is maybe one of my favorite stories. I've ever heard you tell i'll at. Of course it involves the.

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"sunday night" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"sunday night" Discussed on The big d zone

"First about the pandemic. Now you got to listen in. Yuba vessels store shortage killed me. This a fickle. I could ask the diver. If there was a way that i could pay for her for rai for rights every month. And i just call her when i need by then. She could just tough from a payment. I'm gonna. I'm gonna that because i'm tired of the shortage of like that but i have to use a combination of lipton driver. I've will i'm a. I'm a pa- to hire. Hire my driver. That i've been using on a monthly basis to this day. I am unhappy unacceptable. I'm happy about the trip but unhappy been on the one that can't see i can't otherwise and when i'm stressed down until i had to plan uncle things go to things at tychy money. I'm the way. I am the frequently way. That's why i'm saying although diana is not bad in. Because i'll get to see my wife and my best friend in the lord again because we delete this crazy world is going on about award at a breaking my heart of war of israel as close to the dot and christians. I mean now. We got this weight of this shortage and whatnot that follow me from bacon. Are you crazy. I don't ever want to. I don't ever want need a transplant. Because it's not out died. If i need it and just go. Fly half the dnr. Just let me the hell go. If i don't plan well see laden. That'll take us absolutely ridiculous. I mean i can't..

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"sunday night" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"sunday night" Discussed on The big d zone

"Escape escape escape escape. The big these team means just enjoy the show debate. These who the hell would do to the head of the night if we stop it at a couple of times. I'm giving it to go to the store. Because i'm out of drinks because i was tired still a bit tired but i had to get something to drink. I had no toys. Order is no good it had no taste to it. But i had to give me something to drink. I had no choice. I had about the corner store. I have to go. Dangerous i again. I dare devil. I have to go but that noises dot. That noise was driving me crazy. Pay forgive night citizens forget it is all about the goal lifted zero door and i better not hear again the holy crap. I didn't even get a chance to call daughter. Stop playing music on. I want to what the hell going through. I came back to this crap really frigging. It's ten thirty five at night. Probably the pay of you came on that. I forgot about the backlash a special on anyway. Like when i missed anything to stop it does nobody to call. Men has gone for the weekend and now finally stop what detail started stop. I'm going to the store. Go live ride the gory go to prove what does is crazy then. Thirty nine at night all acceptable. What put the help paying rent for. I just came from vegas. They finally add a driver. Then about the ad that i would only go to the gas station to get something into the whole meals until tonight for drinks. I don't care about food. I have food. But i was about to talk diving when they slipped up on the anti at the ride. Come back to the ballot. And i'm back again the shortest bottle me. They follow me for vegas to my own town in saint. Louis what the fuck holy cat. Finally better the second pals finally there was some guy that gate that dot the got the job done and laid it for me at the day. Going store like the other diver. That couldn't wait till i was putting my winnings part of my winnings in couple of cards in vegas finally. I gave them a to mantova. Well i gave them a separate tip but gave a two dollar tip plus five dollars a funny app because he probably would have had to wait for the damn payment but he deserved it. He picked me up waiting for me and take me back to the second thousands. All i ask is all i. That person deserves a tip. Because if i would've waited and only to the store. And then i was tired of us. One bed to bed without a without attorneys. That would tie yesterday. I could eat gone yesterday. But i was tired. I would this from las vegas to salt lake city head of headache screaming babies and and and felt i with trump but i only i only have like two or three build the whole trip but separate days separate days one i had to. I don't like to get drunk though. I mean enough already. I mean i've already been pandemic jail. I mean this is the details. I mean this is insane. This is absolutely insane. So wow you know like i said before i do what i did. When i using this football game Or missilea donna. Nfl pickup i would do like negative predation than out the who win and and you know other tomorrow tomorrow today. That would gain that alarm noise. Lipton saying this is the l. out. I was thirsty. I had nothing to drink. I can't believe still the lifted lift shortage. I can't believe this pace it all. I mean i'm kind of glad. That i was gonna do what i do when i miss a polk or pay per view and stuff like that and then they like. I'm doing the predictions in final win and count. How i did at the same time. This don't ever catch me needing a some kind of oregon. Tom plan our heart tan. Because i would die waiting to. Gold is time to get a diver to late for me. Because i can't see the cloth badge street and especially at night. I've lived in london. The poor smut that without a drinks. I had no thank because i was tired out. Because i'm the one that had connecting fight at thought. Lake city come back to the to the main pal out of the palace but get man this patient. I'll maybe patient on. Thanks not have no control over but this is why not patient for crap like this. I don't want to had to rely on people to take me anywhere. Hybrid drivers left and right to take me anywhere. I mean this is life or beside depending this is like a.

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"sunday night" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"sunday night" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Now, here's the man who's been recognized as radio's best, the recipient of not one, but two Christina's Marconi awards for his broadcast excellence one and only. Bill Cunningham. Welcome the Sunday night coming up later. We have the Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson live from Los Angeles and also. About open the stage dot com enough is enough and also a first time guest mind Jennifer for Sarah's. She's the Director Independent Women's law center, and she has a posting at the Independent Women's law center about do not defend the police reform police unions, which is stunning because the four or five hours ago. I'm watching the a live interview. I think on MSNBC MIGHT HAVE BEEN CNN on Paul. Howard who's the Fulton County Da? And Paul Howard is African American, Liberal Democrat. and. He's been in office for almost a quarter of a century and then that time. He said he's indicted about twenty-three. I'm sorry. Strike that thirty nine cases of policemen misconduct of which eight involved homicide. So in Fulton County, he said during this interview of about eight PM. Tonight that he goes after bad cops all the time and the numbers well under one percent in the last twenty three years, has been thousands and thousands of police officers in Atlanta and Fulton county largest county in the great state of Georgia and police misconduct is quite rare, and while Paul Howard said is that the real problem is the union that represents? The police that cops can do nothing wrong in the eyes of the Union. And that the real reform needs to take place with police unions so when I heard that I contact Jennifer. Director Independent Women's law center. She wrote a column about this. He's GonNa share her thoughts in a couple of hours, and she was also in the US civil rights commission, and she said he's exactly correct now on a side note I was going to talk about covert nineteen tonight, and also the alleged police misconduct. But he talked extensively, which may be a prosecutor shouldn't do prosecutors need to be independent in a way all the evidence buddy laid out the three charges that likely will be filed against former police officer Garrett, Ralph, R. O. L. F., E. and possibly officer, Devon Bras, and he was the other cop who did not shoot, but the DA said we're still doing ballistic testing to make sure, but it looks on the video is f. only one officer fired three times in Rashard Brooks was hit two times in the back now it's murder voluntary. It's murder felony. Felony murder, which is while committing an aggravated assault, which is shooting someone without the intent to kill him, they died, which is felony murder. That's life imprisonment involuntary manslaughter is causing serious physical harm or death to another while committing some other criminal acts so whatever it's going to be at the middle of the week. Is GonNa come out as the Wendy's was burned in Atlanta because of what happened to Ray Chard. Brooks and I posted this on my twitter account, which gathered quite a bit of interest, because almost all these cases you begin a process of behavior. That results in your death, even though it may not be completely justified of course, Mo-. Most are but I said this on my twitter account on video. Crimes committed by Ray. Chard Brooks included Dui assault on to Atlantic. Theft of the COPS Taser wrongful discharge of the tasers toward the pursuing officer, obstructing official business, resisting arrest cops put in a difficult position by Brooks now dead..

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"sunday night" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"sunday night" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Together events involving different persons over months or years to create a canopy that covers your own racism. According to one case Tissot from the Washington Post that of the forty one completely unarmed persons shot and killed by US police in two thousand nineteen. Nineteen of them, White, nine, black and nine Hispanic. So by every objective measurement numerically. The great majority of persons killed unarmed by police have been white and. COPS to make mistakes terrible mistakes like the the killing of Brianna Taylor and in Louisville about two months ago a terrible mistake, no one in the police did not intend to kill her. What happened is they had dirty clothes on that is they were plain clothes. They had a no knock. Warrant not should never be issued. They broke into the wrong home. And Ken. Walker, and his girlfriend Brown. A Taylor were in bed. It was late at night and can walk a rightfully thought what the Hell's going on. There's three guys breaking in my door. He opened fire on the officers, hitting one or two of them wounded them. The officers returned fire Bronco Taylor just gotten up was killed. Now, that was a tragic mistake. An awful mistake that occurs and law enforcement is not a racial incident George Floyd. I would like to think that racism had nothing to do with his killing, but what I saw and videotape was vicious killing of an unarmed man who was handcuffed and the last thing you should do in that circumstance is put your knee on the side of his head in his throat. The corner did find that his fixation did not occur, but the the movement of the knee into the side of his head, for like almost ten minutes was one of the precipitating causes that resulted in his death. That was simply a torture killing. Of a person on the streets of Minneapolis by officer Derek Chalvin and the other three officer should be charged with accomplice, co-conspirator or something. They should have stopped them it. They didn't stop and they're going to be brought to justice and I know money's not relevant, but the family is going to be made whole just like Brown. Taylor and her state will be made whole because that was in one case a terrible mistake. In the other case, it was a killing. Of An unarmed black man, which is always wrong. Every time, an unarmed black persons that are handcuffed white or otherwise should not be killed. That was a terrible crime, and he was arrested within three or four. As soon as the autopsy report came out, he was arrested. If I was in charge, I would arrested immediately along with those three cops put a charge on get a high bond. Then do the investigation. That's what normally happens, but the prosecutor. In Minneapolis decided not to do it. So we'll see what happens. They will be brought to justice, but what about the killing of the officer and Oakland and Cincinnati? My hometown officer was shot in the head. Fortunately is Kevlar helmet captured the round. And right now this is completely out of control with no relationship to they difficulties in the arrest of George floor that resulted in his death. And all these things can be worked out. They will be worked out. Somehow this is my fourth or fifth riot, and somehow at the end of the day in a week or two or three we will, we will get back to normal. So. Let's continue with more. Your calls are coming up next from all over the country, if align becomes available, which it never does number to call eight, six, six, six, four, seven, seven, three, three, seven about an hour, so many have on the vice mayor, the city Cincinnati African American whose along with John Cranley. The mayor here is facing the same problems you're facing in Virginia Illinois South, Carolina, Ohio, Nevada and California all places are facing exactly the same difficulties that is out of control citizens, who many times have a rightful protest of course Ra-. Conservatives can't protest cove at nineteen if they are want to keep their business open than the Blue City, governors and mayors come down on a hard. But the same rules don't apply to these protesters. There's a wide difference between Martin. Luther King Junior Fred shuttles worth on one hand and the individuals who killed a in uniform federal officer in Oakland completely different. Lanta, mayor urges the Floyd. Protesters get tested for the corona vars. That's where we've come. Let's continue. Take your calls next an eight, six, six, six, four, seven,.

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"sunday night" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"sunday night" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Be a public health disaster. Now protests by thousands acceptable to that mayor, the mayor of Washington DC Muriel Bowser. Find those who protested her lockdown orders ninety days in jail for anyone violating stay at home mortgage I'm GonNa. Lock you up for on ninety days now. Mayor Bowser, saying protests is all American etc.. Los Angeles Mayor Eric. Garcetti said in March. He's GonNa cut off the power and water to businesses who? He will punish for irresponsible and selfish behavior and going into public I will always protect Angelenos right to make their voices heard. Except when you're protesting his policies on covert nineteen. To me, there's one set of rules for those who follow the rules and one set of rules of those who will not follow the rules, and who's funding this well, according to Susan, Rice, it's the Russians according to mayor fry, it's outside foreign influences, and now America looking at the headlines Drudge. About this San Francisco curfew to extend indefinitely Los Angeles Seattle Nashville Oklahoma City Salt Lake City Atlanta Chicago Detroit New York DC Philly? Cleveland on and on and on Indianapolis. Almost all these cities are controlled by Democrats and they complain about the institutions. They've been in charge of for the past fifty to one hundred years as being racist when they're in charge of the institutions. Incredible to watch KUBOTA. To say this two wrongs never make a right. What happened to George Floyd was murder, no question at least murdering the third degree, which is twenty five years. It could have been worse than that many times. You wish a charge, and then after events transpire, you may up to charge or reduce the charge, but obviously obviously police officer Derek Salvin is going to spend the rest of his life in prison, and he should because George. Floyd was tortured to death and killed on the streets of Minneapolis. And now there's a federal police officer in Oakland that was murdered on Friday, not an African American male. Fifty three years old murdered. Can't believe when I'm watching. So. Let's continue also in about an hour so I'm going to call the vice mayor of the city of Cincinnati. My friend, Chris Smitherman African American Vice Mayor to see how a big city. Government controls. What's happening on city streets right now as we speak at twenty minutes after the Hour Cincinnati, it said it's been under curfew for the last three nights. The National Guard is not been called in, but the Cincinnati police in the highway patrol, or but handling it and we'll see what happens, but. All Hell's breaking loose. And you have Obama administration officials saying the Russians are funding this. That doesn't come from trumper bar that comes from. Susan Rice and if in fact there's. Institutional, racism, Aren't racist in charge of the institution. Those races, then by their standard would be governor Tim. Walz Keith Ellison the Attorney General Mayor Jacob Fry and Mayor Melvin Carter. Saint Paul if there's all this institutional racism and the court system and prosecutor's offices. I Guess Amy. Klobuchar is a racist. She's in charge of the institution. She spent years as a prosecutor and if she's prosecuting individuals and a racist system. Isn't she a racist? According to most standards I would say yes. Practically every large city in America is controlled by the Democratic Party for fifty to one hundred and fifty years and evolve as institutional racism is occurring then the racist are in charge of the institution, but of course Keith. Ellison was not ask those questions Bhai. Wolf Blitzer of course not this afternoon on CNN. So. Let's continue with more if aligned becomes available, eight, six, six, four, seven, seven, three, three, seven Bill Cunningham with you every Sunday night. Guess facts don't matter reality begin. We've.

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"sunday night" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"sunday night" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Number three is Connecticut. Number four is Massachusetts number. Five is Washington DC. Number six Rhode Island number seven is Michigan and I. Go down the list. The state's doing the best job are controlled by red state. Republicans the states to in the worst job or blue state and controlled by the Democratic Party I. Look at the obvious objective record, but the media can't deal without, either, can they? Know know they can't deal with that because they want to just blame, the federal government and blamed President Trump when and ignore the fact that it takes leadership on the ground, something called federal those them and you have governors in the state mayors in these cities who are effectively hurting their communities because of their own policies, but still blaming president trump that he's responsible for what each state and city does. He can get the framework, and there's some that follow his framework or Or more accessible. When you look at state glad you named especially like Florida so I think what we have to do with the nation, and as rely on object voices like yours and go after the truth and the facts because you have to hear it, we have to amplify what president trump is actually doing and not let the liberal media, the mainstream media and the Democrats in Congress try to control the narrative because the facts are on our side. The truth is on our. Our side and the result and the winning message is on our side especially for the black community, we agree in the conclusion November, the third very important election in the most important of our lifetime, and I just pray to God that Joe Bind can hold up through October and let's examine his record as VP with the president's record of the last four years, but Pairs Denard senior adviser for black media affairs. Thanks again tonight for coming on the Bill Cunningham show, and if I could I'd. I'd like to thank you and your family. For the sacrifices, your families made on behalf of the red, white and blue, and I'd like to think of your grandfather was still alive today he would have a different feeling about renaming military basis, because all of us can judge to- two hundred years ago by today's activities led history, commemorate would occur. Let's move on to the future but Peres Denard. You're a great American and thank you again for coming on the bill. Cunningham show. Thank you. Thank you Paris Don are thank you. Let's continue with more your reaction. One, eight, six, six, six, four, seven, seven, three, three, seven, my final remarks, our next. Bill Cunningham with you every Sunday night. Billy Cunningham the great American. Thanks for listening the Sunday. Night Memorial Day weekend, and we commemorate the sacrifice of so many have laid down their life so that you and I can enjoy Memorial Day weekend fact every day. It's because of them and their sacrifices, but we'll see what happens over the next week, but it's going to be fantastic to watch the American economic recovery under Donald John Trump and it's going to be fantastic to watch the Democrats blame for everything that's bad and give credit for everything. That's good and one thing. Thing you can for certain demonstrate to Democrats. They will chew the racist area and play the race card. Every chance they get because that's all they have to do is call people, names, and I would say this about the president and I brought the brought this up with Eric trump about about an hour ago, and that is that no president has done more for African. Americans than than this president. He's done a fantastic job once again. Thank you to the American soldier. Bill Cunningham the great American with you every Sunday night..

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"sunday night" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"sunday night" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Under the democratic banner for the last century and Paris art as an african-american. Why are you in the Republican Party? Can you tell the American people that tonight? Sure? I listen I've been a Republican since I was in high school starting at age about sixteen or seventeen years old, and I did so because I was invited to go to A. Teenage Republican convention and Phoenix Arizona where I'm from and that evening in the hotel room, my friend who went to my high school. asked me to answer from my heart cold. How I felt about these follow initiatives, a series of issues and he just went through the Republican platform and said. How do you feel about this? Do you agree with this? And all of my answers about the role of government about federal government programs and taxes and things of that nature, all aligned with the Republican Party and so I? Knew then that lately, just because of the way I was raised a the socially conservative, highly based Christian religious family that those values, so I never doubted what I was raised to believe, even though my grandfather and the rest of my family pro pro majority of them are Democrats, but I said the root conservative values and I've been. been proud to be a part of this party that embraced me since the age of sixteen seventeen years old and I've been honored to work on the Republican side and listen to this little tidbit bill. My grandfather told me he said Paris. I don't particularly like your party or your president. At the time. He said, but I love you. And I love you inside of the Party so stay within the Republican Party and keep fighting for our community within the Republican Party, and that is what I always done we have. We have to diversify we. We are not a monolith, and we have to be on both sides the out to get things done. That's the way you do it. Paris. Biden on Friday with Charlemagne. God said that If quoted you ain't black unquote, if torn between him and trump and ever since then there's been a little bit of a pickup dust up and. When I talked to the trump campaign, and of course earlier we had on Eric trump to discuss certain matters. I encourage the campaign to leave Biden alone until October. This guy is blowing up. He's committing political suicide himself. So why encourage him in other words? Why highlight! What's going on? Save a great candidate after he represents a Democratic Party and don't engage him till October, or until it comes out of the basement, because the Democrats may wise up and say that I can't win, but as an African American when when I see joy, Reid and others spokesman for. For for Joe Biden picking up the pieces of his remark. You Ain't black on top of that him talking about his hairy legs in his strumming pool and little roaches, which are racial epithets of black kids, coming up to stroke his hairy leg under the water. Then he talks about he knew lots of brothers who smoked pot. I'm reading somebody's quotes from Joe Biden. This guy is fundamentally unelectable, so wouldn't it be better politically? Leave them alone until October or you want to beat him up to such an extent politically, he may be replaced by somebody possibly someone competent. let me be very clear Joe. Biden is a bigot. And it's time that we stopped saying things like these are dad's or he. You know that's just old Joe. And giving him cover Joe Biden is a big it now. It was the biggest long before he was running for president. United States of America I. Respectfully Disagree With You I think that we need to continue to highlight what he's saying what he's doing. Because Joe Biden is not gonNA. Stop if we think that this seventy seven, your white man in quarantine his. Stop Being Joe Biden. He's not because all the things that you that you listed off it and we could keep going about how he talked about Barack Obama. Then a senator, being a you know, articulate and good, looking clean, African, American or the things. He said about this. Asian Pacific Heritage in America a month, and how he talked about everywhere Delaware. You can't go into seven and seeing somebody with an Indian accent. I mean this man says things continuously that are not. In line with mainstream America, he says things that aren't aligned with where black Americans would find respectful respectable, and he's going to continue to be Joe. Biden, which biggest and saying these things and we're going to continue to highlight it just like I'm GonNa. Continue to talk about how he put China. I am America, second and Black America last in terms of the things he has proposed at. At the policy-wise even with China so this man deserves all of the ridicule that he's receiving, and even the either the host of the show Charlotte got after the interview sit. That Joe Biden was on the frontline when it came to mass incarceration. for Black Americans in this in this country I think the thing that was most offensive to me. Was the not just the fact that he? was trying to. Dictate, how a free thing or independent Lee minded black American are supposed to think and take an. Estrada political or ethnic identity to them or take it away. It was affecting. He'd try to defend the Clinton Crime Bill. It's incredible, and now does any Democrat defend the behavior of Liberal Democrats in every major city in America of the last fifty eighty years. And how? Why can't you look at the record in Chicago? Los Angeles Austin Look at the record in Cincinnati or anywhere else of the democratic. Party, what good is it to be a democrat? When the Democratic Party has policies that destroy the black community with the media ever deal with that. No they won't. Because like the old adage goes. If you. If you had knowledge, you own it. If you break it, you buy it and so for them to ignore the fats, the reality on the ground is, it would be for them to admit that Chicago has a tremendous problem with with with their. What their justice! For Minorities as tremendous home of the educational system of the economic disparities that are still going and Chicago has brought forth some of the most well known political. Business Black Americans the. Our country's ever seen and yet they still have up all of these problems that never got a better even when we had eight years of the first black president who was from Chicago and so if they acknowledge it, they have to own it, but this is why they continue to also ignore, but president trump has done for the past nearly four years. Because if they acknowledge it, they'd have to own the fact that he had been better for the for the black community that he has been leading after doing things that no. Democrat was able to do when it comes to criminal justice reform. Reform Opportunity. Zones when those leadership that he's divided on this topic that Hobbs universities and supporting them, and even in Kobe nineteen they cannot acknowledge it, so they ignore it because to do so means to acknowledge the fact and own the fact that this is an effective president who was making real inroads with the black community, which is a threat to the whole Democrat Order Leslie Pairs Denard when I look at earlier this evening I printed off six PM, statistics of the CDC about each state as far as deaths per one hundred thousand and everyone is controlled exclusively by the Democrats whether. Is Number One with one hundred and fifty deaths per one hundred thousand number.

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Bill Cunningham

11:33 min | 2 years ago

"sunday night" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"I could not have imagined the America in which you and I are now living if anyone has suggested that. The governor's of most of the fifty states with varying degrees of severity would be using police to interfere with personal choices. Choices that we and our forebears have all made without giving a second thought to the preferences of the government. No one would believe in my state of Ohio. Dr Amy Act and ordered that ninety central personnel. Which is the great majority of Ohio? Winds not leave their homes. You can't walk out of your house. That's what she did think. For a moment what the covert covert nineteen did that police in America using the force of opinion but the force of arms would prevent you from going out of your home operating a business going to work jogging or walking in a state park patronizing a restaurant or a clothing store. Buying a garden hose would be illegal going to mass or church or temple or a mosque or even joining a small public gathering of folks like minded. Would want to protest these prohibitions. You can't do any of this they come from ever-changing edicts of governors and mayors who rely on ever changing evaluations of medical data from an ever changing cast of scientific experts. Who would have thought six months ago? We would live in that America. If that was the case six months ago I was you know what Red Dawn part three is. Arrived and North. Korea is parachuting soldiers in the Minnesota. We're all about the die. Let's continue stay tuned for more coming up in about six minutes or so. We'll be eric trump. None in about thirty five minutes or so. We'll be Wayne. Allyn root talk about one of those columns is up. And what's GonNa Happen? The grace dead in Nevada when they had seen his open then later on tonight we'll be part of the R. N. C. The line becomes available. Eight six six six four seven seven three three seven Bill Cunningham. The Great American with you every Sunday night I've Cunningham the great American Memorial Day weekend is upon us and of course. This is the one weekend of the year we remember those who have sacrificed their lives for the freedoms that we often take for granted. And all I can say is that our freedom has never been under more attack. Spend the last several months. It's the First Amendment the second member the third and the ninth and Tenth Amendment Mu. Nothing and what's happening to our country's very sad. I WANNA get perspective on this from Eric. Trump and eric trump welcome again to the bill Cunningham. Show Eric Houria a great to be back on. I'm looking at a story out of Fox. News talks about that. Many Memorial Day events have been canceled for Monday because after all it's covid nineteen time I live in Cincinnati Ohio Came out on Wednesday or Thursday. The Superintendent of Schools Cincinnati with thirty seven thousand students may have to cancel school in August or September. Or go maybe one day a week and four days at home. I look at the crisis mentality happening in this country. And by the way Eric Trump not one child out of thirty seven thousand or so have died of covid nineteen and it came out and the Columbus dispatch story a couple of days ago that of the deaths in Ohio seventy percent were in nursing homes or other long term care facilities which means in Ohio. Three of one hundred thousand ohioans have died a covert nineteen. That's like filling up to high state horseshoe three. That's terrible if you're one of the three but that's not a public health crisis. Do you think there are some in the media when I look at the great results in Texas and Florida and look at the terrible results in your home state of New York and Connecticut mission. That might be something going on other than public health crisis they built. There's no question about it. I mean I. I started this whole controversy on the other night and in With Sunday night last night and I said you know what these people are milking for everything that is worth and this was a real thing and you could have had a million people or two million people die and it was scary. What was what was happening. It was it was serious but the whole concept. Was You win? You close down travel you flat curve. People stay at home and it's exactly what this country did is exactly what side he did so well and I'm proud of my father. My father got ostracized. He he got absolutely killed bill when he said you know what. I'm not gonNA allow flights in from China. I'm I'M GONNA turn them off and you had you had bucknell. Well the UNCO make and this is that how dare him and that's reckless and careless right and he goes no. I want to avoid a public health crisis in the United States. And we're GONNA close down and people are going to stay home for a little while and we're gonNA fight in this curve and then we're all going to go back to work. The problem is the Democrats. Don't want anybody to go back to work. And they're milking this. They have this thing called a heroes accidents. And what does he heroes back having there? They wanted to eliminate voter. Id think about that. They knew heroes act three trillion dollar stimulus. Package wants to eliminate voter. Id they want absentee ballots for everybody so effectively. They want change the way that people vote across this nation. It's insane they don't actually care about the heroes in the Heroes Act. They care about making sure that their elected in twenty twenty and they're milking this for everything it's worth. I'll give you one other thing bill. I live in New York state and about three miles away from where I live. Is Connecticut Right? The neighboring state New York restaurants were totally close them. All of Connecticut's restaurants are totally open. So what's happening? You are literally having New Yorkers and you're having some states by the way this isn't just this isn't just New York I think happening in Indiana and other places where they're flooding into Indiana but everybody from New York is flooding in Connecticut to go to Connecticut restaurants and to go out in Connecticut because New York is so so lockdown and so the business is the the the the the business here in in my home. State are suffering because of the incompetence of a governor who just doesn't want to open the state we flatten the curve. We fly the criminal. People have to go back to other otherwise this is going to have a lasting effect on the US. Economy these states. It's devastating I mean. Millions OF PEOPLE AT WORK. That's why my father shouting from the rooftop. People have to get back to work have to get back to work. You have mayors my my own mayor in New York City saying well. We might not reopen until September. I mean these out of their mind. The answer is yes. I'm looking at realclearpolitics KRONA AVARS. Us deaths in Texas. There's five per one hundred thousand and to the five or and long term care facilities so like an Ohio which three out of one hundred thousand Florida is ten out of one hundred thousand more than half a long-term care so it's five out of one hundred thousand. The only bad states may use that term or New York New Jersey Massachusetts Michigan Pennsylvania and L. Annoy. What are all those states have in common you know? Listen it that's right and and you know once you be criticized everybody. Everybody did their did their part to make sure that they then become. I mean I. It clearly is global pandemic and it could have killed millions of people don't and we avoided that but now people also have to realize we have to get back to work. We have the greatest economy in the world. We have the biggest economy in the world. And Americans aren't meant to be cooped up in their homes. Americans WANNA work. They want to be social. They want to be able to enjoy life. They don't WanNa be you know Directed by government as to how to live their life. And what to do you know? And by the way there has to be some level of personal responsibility and everybody can do that safely society but everybody can use good judgment and do it safely and this country has to open back up and you watch no for instance company national trends. That been happening. The last fifteen years the states that have been doing best in this country. Florida Texas North Carolina. They're also the first ones to open back up right and they. They understand the importance of their economy. They understand the importance of jobs. They understand the importance of you. Know getting money flowing through the system again and you know having people be prosperous. I mean I'm I'm the father of two beautiful young kids. I have a son Luke. Who's almost three years old? I have a beautiful daughter Carolina. Who's almost one? I mean the notion of them not being able the notion of Luke napping able to go to school in September. Right you're kidding. Children's educations and have have have every child in this nation not people to go to school. I mean I have a half sister. Tiffany who wasn't able to have a formal graduation. She graduated from Georgetown Law. The most prestigious school just smart kid work super hard. You wouldn't even have a formal graduation. Missed what everyone else in this country head you know. I mean so. Many people graduating high school graduating grade school graduating college. You know they. They weren't able to have a form of she wasn't able to have any of US watch her walk across the stage. Because this we've gotta get back to Normal Life Eric. Trump. I put up a tweet. The other day about governor dewine and others who say essentially that facts ought to matter and that Fox had this tweet up from From Wednesday governors have crushed are great hospitals for no reason destroyed. Our Children's education committed economic suicide causing fifty million Americans lose their job and taking billions for Medicaid and each state causing thousands of die and then I asked the question. Is it time for Dr. Amy Atkin our health director to answer some tough questions and the answer is yes. We can do two things at the same time. That doesn't mean that if you're seventy five years old with to Komo COA morbidity that you don't want to somehow stay at home but we got to live our life. I'm looking at the Ohio. More people die every year of the seasonal flu than guide a covert Nineteen in Kentucky twice as many people die the seasonal flu. Is this an excuse us to make more people? Unemployed more people dependent upon government. And I think the answer obviously is yes. But how do we get out of this vicious cycle when the media doesn't cover important stories and keeps the same thing fed every day into the mouths of the American people? And I look at what's happening in the Mid West. I'm happy half the time with dewine. Hardly ever with with Bashir in Ohio right now. We're kind of opening up slowly and things but I see the economy being crushed that fits a long-term liberal democratic mode of making more dependent upon government and in California which was one of the first dates to shut down you Gavin newsom nine of one hundred thousand Californians have died a covert nineteen half and long term care facilities. It is not a problem anywhere but about seven or eight states but we act as if it's a public health crisis and it could have been in March there was fear two million GonNa Die..

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Bill Cunningham

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"sunday night" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"So she resigned and they got a very similar kind of candidate. To Run who was a? Party hack person that had been in the state legislature and Former navy fighter pilot named MICA. came. And the media in the beginning said he's got no chance. And as it got closer to the election, some of the media said it was a toss up, and it ended up a landslide, and this is a district. Most of the voters are from Los Angeles, city. And what it says is I guess we have to say it this way? There's a lockdown backlash. Well, what did it what it is is that the media didn't cover that election that cover the one in Wisconsin, Supreme Court justice that lost that in cover that election in California. Because that didn't fit the narrative did it. No, it doesn't fit the narrative I. There's some in the media now writing, you know. Hey, the Democrat party better wake up. There might be something serious here, but at the time it was happening. I think some in the media thought that, maybe because we have ballot harvesting. That's somehow that The Democrats would be able to make up the difference by running out the leading afterward, yeah. Yeah towards yeah, on Election Day, no election day, and the and the the this particular district I think he ended up up almost twenty thousand votes, and they couldn't make up the difference and the Democrats conceited. And it it bodes badly for them in the upcoming election, because if I think it I think the polls are inaccurate in part, because there's a confounding variable of people, not telling the truth to pollsters. They were afraid to say especially in the presidential election to say the word. That I might vote for trump can't say that because when they call you a racist James Harrison, we gotta run, but tyranny for the good of its victims is the most oppressive, so set theologian CS Lewis. It was true eighty years ago. It's true today, and once again James and good luck in California. Go living there and once again. Thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham. Show my friend and please. We'll do it again. Thank you I need more than luck. I need prayers and thank you Bill God, bless you, James Harrison! Thank you well. Let's continue with more Bill Cunningham. My final remarks next with you every Sunday night. Billy Cunningham thanks for listening tonight especially enjoyed having on James. Hurson of Los Angeles. Brigitte Gabriel from the East Coast, and also of course from the heartland is congressman Tom Massie I wanNA leave you tonight. As Goff there with a final thought, and that is very simple that tyranny for the good of its victims are the most oppressive of all whenever I hear Gavin newsom or Cuomo or Bashir in Kentucky speak, it's almost as if they treat us as children, infants, imbeciles and farm animals, and that's somehow you and I cannot make independent judgments on ourselves, but how to conduct our lives. Heaven worn as to what not to do. The government knows best how to handle your problem. Tyranny for the good of its victims, or the is the most oppressive all. But thanks for listening tonight. Bill Cunningham the great. American with you and your family every Sunday night..

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Bill Cunningham

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"sunday night" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"The United States, so we can buy products that we control. We benefit our country. Lastly I would say that I trust the American people. People in the long run and these polls, I do not believe and I think the Democratic Delusions are going to bury them November the third of this year. The American people in Michigan and Pennsylvania. Wisconsin cannot stand what's happening because they've lost their constitutional rights with the best of intentions, some of the worst things that happened in the world is when those who rule US act as if they're doing it for our better. Better Angels One. In fact, we don't want things done when they tell us I'm doing this for you. You're too stupid to make decisions on your own behalf. I will make them for you. We can't have that, but once again. Zeke able we gotta go, and your website is act for America and it's always a great pleasure to have you on, and all I always say we get the government we deserve, and we deserve the government that we have of you live in Michigan and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin and Kentucky those areas of this nation that that just drowning and rules and regulations and edicts if you live in Ohio if If you live in if you live in Florida if you live in Mississippi, Alabama Georgia or Texas. You're much better part of this country. Well, we gotta run and once again Brigitte Gabriel thank you for coming on the bill. Cunningham show and my friend. We'll do it again. Thank you very much. Thank you, my friend. It's a pleasure. Thank you God bless America. Let's continue with more aligned becomes available, eight, six, six, six, four, seven, seven, three, three, seven, I have a belief that the Democratic Delusions will bury them in twenty twenty. What's happening? I have that sense. You share it with me Bill Cunningham with you every Sunday night. My Billy Cunningham the great American I want to get on James Hurson next of newsmax dot com. He's a Californian. He lives in Los Angeles I watched this morning. Gavin newsom beg for money pleading for dollars on CNN some suddenly, all the taxpayers live in Minnesota Ohio Kentucky. Indiana Tennessee Georgia Nevada well got to pay for California and Chicago New York City, and somehow it is the duty of taxpayers to bail out blue state, governors and mayors have led horribly for the past several years and decades that suddenly. We're going to have to pay our taxes. Go to them, also part of this. You heard it from Congressman Massey this. salt state and local taxes. Are confiscatory in New York City in Los Angeles that somehow this thing has to be twisted to reverse the fact that those individuals are not paying their fair share into the federal. Treasury, coming up next is as I said. It's James Harden. newsmax is a great columnist and writer and he's GonNa talk about the status in California, and how that does not represent the American people California the Golden State has become nothing but a cesspool. Let's continue with more Bill Cunningham. The Great American with you every Sunday night. I Cunningham the great American a great night of Talk Radio and During the night of the last dance, but love.

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Bill Cunningham

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"sunday night" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Bill Cunningham. Billy Cunningham the great American auto period of time, not head on Rizzi Gabriel in quite a while act for America Brigitte Gabriel. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show and bridget. How're you? Great great to be back with you, my friend I read some of the stuff you have about General Flynn, Obama and I can't recall the last time a commencement speaker and I've done a few that commencement addresses university, of Toledo law school at a couple of high schools, one college, and they generally talk about the past and the future, and you've been given so much me of so much yet to go out there and change the world uplifting stuff so Obama gives a state of the. Commencement address on Saturday that went all over the country in which he took potshots. Political potshots at president trump which never happened, I can't ever recall a commencement speaker, a president, taking shots at the present older, and of course trump had to respond to it, and so on the night nightly news tonight elsewhere in the media spends his time going after trump, but in reality it all comes back to General Flynn now. I know from speaking with you. The General Flynn was. Was On your board. You have some insight as to what was going on and so I. Think many of who listened tonight across the country understand that this was almost bloodless coup, but what was the original reason? If you know as to why Komi and all the other? All the other Obama Sycophants wanted to Unmask Flynn. What was the real reason? They went after flint so hard. Well, the reason why they went after flint so hard is because when flint began to director of the national, intelligence agency he was going to reform the intelligence community remember Flynn served in Iraq and Afghanistan he his seasoned military intelligence officer. He understands our enemy that he understands how they think and he when he took over the agency. Here realize what's happening on this on the inside. He realized Obama's incompetence. The way he dealt with Iran he actually clashed with Obama on the Iran deal. He understood Isis and he clashed with Obama over Isis. I've got bad that finally Flynn was forced to resign and actually Obama. Obama warned at that time president elect trump, not hire general flynn because they were afraid of what Flynn will do and reforming the intelligence community, so everyone felt threatened some. Brennan to call me the Obama to everybody because Flynn stood the swamp, and wanted to change it, and they needed to get rid of him before he can read off that they his job and start changing things in Washington DC, and so the conversation that flint had with the Russian ambassador, Sicily I been known by Flint. dubin recorded by somebody the NSA, and so what is said to these two FBI agent struck one over to see him. UNBEKNOWNST flint. He was the target of a criminal investigation. He thought it was like a maybe a get together. How you doing and they turned into something it wasn't and so because Flynn knew. The conversation would have been recorded, and because the FBI agents that I actually spoke on the to said that there's no there there. There's no there's no coordination between trump and Russia. It looks like they had to rid of Flynn because of he spent months there, unraveling the ball the yard, the ball of yarn involving the Clinton emails, and all the other diplomatic errors of of Obama and Biden and Hillary. Hillary that that would have been a real scandal, and once they went down the road of attacking Flynn beheaded, get him out. It was so bad that in a private meeting there were two things that Obama's said to trump one North Korea's going to be a big problem number two. You got to get rid Flynn and because the president did not get rid of Flynn, the FBI can concocted a plot at the highest levels to put them into a trap bankrupt. The Guy and save you don't plead guilty to making a false statement and FBI agent. We're going to indict your children and say. What happened? Exactly I'm for general and look I know Flint, personally like I mentioned flint serve on my board until he became I, don't president trump won the election and a general. Flynn went to serve with trump and trump and understood that trump was the real deal. That's exactly why they were working together. That's exactly why we knew on some collected that trump you our enemy on the inside. Because Flynn had the briefed him on everything slim, had trained plump at that time candidate trump on everything that was going on inside Washington DC as well as that. What the theater of war and And we weren't fighting. What's happening in Iraq? What's happening in Afghanistan? What's happening with our enemies? What's happening with Isis he understood the problem and trump at that time was looking for someone that she can count on, and he can trust, and I can tell you from personal. My personal relationship with Flynn Smitten is the most ethical honorable men you ever meet. He always put America first. He is so loyal to the United States. He is unapologetically patriotic, and so when trump appointed. Flynn Flynn was not somebody that he had to go through the approval process, and that's what killed, but Democrats. Because, trump was able to point friends flynn no questions asked they had to figure out a plot to get him, and you're exactly right they use. He's fun. I guess that's why Lindblad guilty. Because he was trying to save his son, who was newly married, was expecting a child, and what he did, what every father would do, purchase your child at all costs, and so the crime that was really commit. It was one of six or seven in the Obama White House. Who leaked this information in the Washington Post and that was a felony Jimmy. Idea was that Obama was at Biden wasn't suit. WAS IT Susan Rice? Who Do you think leak? Leak to the Washington Post well, we do not know exactly, but we know that thirty seven people from the Obama Administration were involved in the unmasking of of General Flynn thirty seven, and the names keep coming up, so we know that Obama new and I hope they get to the bottom of it and I hope that justice will be served all the I the actor that the swamp dweller from Komi to Brennan to McCain for everybody else who was involved General, Flynn is a tragedy. What happened to Him General? Who served our country honorably for thirty years later, his life on the line left. He's family missed his children's birthday MRIs children's. Life served for thirty years and then they keep him back to serve as a civilian, and this is what they did to him. He lost his home. He's like destroy. He's financial. The financially destroyed and I hope everybody else got their got their justice served..

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Bill Cunningham

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"sunday night" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Broadcast. Excellence the one and only Bill Cunningham not billy Cunningham. The Great American with you this glorious Sunday night and first of all. I want to say that it's an honor to be with you between Alaska and Florida Maine in a why. This show's heard in every county in every village. And every hamlet in every state in this great country of ours and I don't take that responsibility lightly so later on tonight. Way of a guest on from newsmax. Tv James Hurson from Los Angeles from the East Coast is Brigitte. Gabriel who's written extensively about what's happening to American freedom and from the heartland is congressman. Thomas Massie who was part of the effort to try to have the congress stay in session. You may recall on Friday without a hearing without witnesses without any Cogitate of whatever character. Nancy Pelosi having lost I think fourteen or fifteen democrats who were moderate passed a three trillion dollar wishlist of the left wing. Which of course never become law unless Donald Trump November third loses the election in which case it will become law but Thanks for listening tonight. I've done some breakdown about six. Pm Tonight while on watching some of the nightly news programs which are terrible. I made a list of Seven I'm sorry. Eight states then are completely controlled by democratic governors and mainly also by Democratic legislators except in Michigan and Pennsylvania. One of the houses but New York has about thirty thousand deaths from Covert Nineteen New Jersey ten thousand Massachusetts six thousand Michigan Five Thousand Illinois Forty Two hundred Connecticut three thousand I through Louisiana to make the number come up to exactly seventy percent. This country is filled with about three hundred thirty million Americans who care deeply about freedom and those states. Those eight states comprises about seventy percent of all the cases the rest of the country largely. You can't say unaffected because you can't watch the media without going nuts but one look at the numbers from the Corona Virus. Tractor the tracker which is on realclearpolitics. They put together the numbers from from the. Who from the from the CDC and the HHS and all the rest of the updated at once a day that When you have democratically controlled states of New York New Jersey Massachusetts Michigan. I don't think Michigan is too many subways Pennsylvania Illinois Connecticut Louisiana you have. The problem is located. It is a blue state versus red state when the red states handle it. The numbers are completely different. Now there are outliers such as what's happening in California and what's happening in Kentucky with a Democratic Liberal Governor inside of a Red State and Kentucky by the way is doing a magnificent job but the Democratic governor of Kentucky Andy Bashir not let the state return to normal because he is Expecting Somehow Delete Kentucky inns away from the path of evil by going to church. Going your bar going to a restaurant. Praising the Lord in Kentucky for example and the typical year there seven hundred and seven deaths of seasonal flu and Kentucky through last night Saturday night there were three hundred and thirty five Cova deaths which is almost exactly half so every year. Kentucky suffers much more greatly from the seasonal flu then from covid nineteen but Bashir holds a daily news conference in which you hold your hand which causes me to think about the comments of one. Cs Lewis who was a great theologian. It died I think nineteen sixty three and he said that tyranny for the good of its victims is the most oppressive at all I think about. I know best how to run your life. I hear this often from Gavin newsom. I hear from Sometimes Republican governors. I hear from a hearing from Andy Bashir every day about how I'm in charge of your life and I will take care of you. And that is not the method of the means by which we become an are great. Americans C. S. Lewis said among other things and this was a great Column he wrote many years ago. Called God in the dock says Lewis said of all the tyrannies tyranny exercise for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive to be cured against one's will in cured of states or conditions which we may not regard as a disease at all is to be put on the same level of those who have not yet reached the age of reason or those who never will be clashed with infants. Emba souls and domestic animals. That's what Lewis said some fifty or sixty years ago Gavin. Newsom was on this morning. One of the I think it was Gavin. Newsom was on with Jake Tapper and he said the following quote. We're being challenged all across America every single day governors are being challenged local. Health officials are being challenged. And it's a spirit of collaboration those that continue to pursue things that put people in harm's risk you have to step up efforts and enforcement and sanctions unquoted. So He's saying that in California if you WanNa practice your religion in a state that has eight deaths per one hundred thousand and of the eight deaths four are in nursing homes not in the general population so in the Great Large State of California. There are four deaths per one hundred thousand residents of California and that the disease covert nineteen has now been in California for six months. What did you gave a pandemic in California and nobody came. That's what's happening California. But he is saying that if you want to exercise your constitutional rights to practice your religion to assemble to own a gun maybe to get together and to protest government action if you want to open a business if you wanna work that he's going to use the power of California Law to shut you down to have efforts of enforcement and sanctions so that you can't do it anymore and to me. This is the height of absurdity. This is the tyranny that CS Lewis Disgust way back in the nineteen fifties when he said the tyranny for the good of its victims is the most oppressive at all because these individuals like Kevin Newson anti-bush share and governor. Cuomo can go to bed at night thinking man. I'm doing great work. I'm saving my state. I'm taking care of everyone. And even though they have rights I will ignore those rights because I know better for you how to govern your life. Then you know you warn the people. These are the risks involved. Wash your hands where mask don't shake hands. Don't hug and kiss with strangers. Six foot separation and largely eighty ninety percent of those who live in. The states of oppression are doing that. But that's not good enough for the Democrat Gavin newsom. He wants to lock you up. Sanction and shut down your business as Gretchen. Wilson is also doing in this column that has written on in Newsmax by Ron Blitzer. Talks about Democratic Impose Corona virus orders faced lawsuits all across the nation. Almost every time. These prohibitions by governors and up in court. The governor's lose how about any share in Kentucky. That sent out. State agents on Easter Sunday. Morning to write down the right down the license plate numbers of churchgoers on Easter Sunday morning itself to later on inflict state pain on those people. He also said people cannot practice your religion. You cannot assemble Gretchen. Wilson Whitmer that country singer. Whitmer Michigan is the most absurd of all in which individuals are going to be arrested and have licensed pulled. If they want to work we have the right to travel. We have the right to public education. We have the right to practice our religion. We have all these constitutional rights and it says in the Constitution. This is the supreme law of the land even bigger and stronger than governor widmer or newsom or Cuomo. And they're doing this because they know best how you should conduct your life and they don't know best. It's incredible and other big win for freedom was governor Tony Evers. A Democrat overstepped his authority that Wisconsin Supreme Court said safer at home. Who determines if you're safer at home if the government passes not a law but a directive an order of governor that does not go through the legislature? And say you must stay in your house. You can't leave your house. You can't practice your religion you can assemble. You can't go to work. I'm taking away Your Business under the fourteenth amendment without due process. That is a serious issue and that is a serious problem Gretchen. Whitmer has numerous lawsuits filed against her. Now and ultimately it'll take some time but at work up to the supreme courts of those states and they and Governor. Whitman will lose and one of the saddest things is. I'm the Great State of Texas as long as you oppose trump and opposed Republicans. If you're the mayor of Austin or San Antonio or Dallas democratically controlled areas in Texas. You have a national platform and you can't have states setting federal policy and you can't have cities inside states setting state policy. It doesn't make any sense and I know that my friend Texas Attorney General Ken. Paxton and governor ABBOT CRACKDOWN ON CITIES THAT TRY to overrule State Law. No more can California over role federal law. It's incredible to me how normally the A. C. L. U. B. on the side of the Constitution. But in this fight you cannot locate them anywhere everywhere. I look governor Andy Bashir. A Democrat violates the First Amendment Governor Gretchen Whitmer violates the Fourteenth Amendment Governor Tony Evers violates the fifth and the Eighth Amendment Governor Gavin newsom violates them all and for the best of intentions and many times for example in Wisconsin. Looking at my list. Wisconsin has seven deaths per one hundred thousand and general population. That number is four out of one hundred thousand but governor. Tony Evers and Wisconsin wants to keep you from working going to Church. Opening businesses or assembling. It is disgusting so let's continue. The line becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven later on ever put a call into to my good friend. James Hurson and California. We're going to talk to a real life. Congressman Thomas Massie of Kentucky. Who of course voted against the three trillion dollars in spending on Friday? And what the hell happened with that without hearings? Without witnesses simply passed the green new deal passed through the house. None of course Brigitte. Gabriel later on about what's happening to America. If aligned becomes available that you'd never does eight six six six four seven seven three three seven Bill Cunningham. The Great American with you every Sunday night. Talk about the.

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