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"For both employers and employees have concerns about Maryland's law legalizing recreational marijuana because it doesn't address cannabis in the workplace. A patchwork of state laws that contradict federal laws, which still consider marijuana use illegal, a can mean nightmare for what practices to adopt in the workplace. The Baltimore Sun reports that some attorneys argue that Maryland businesses will need to be proactive with their marijuana policies to keep from driving away prospective workers who legally indulge. They urge Maryland to make it unlawful for any non -federal employer not in a hazardous industry to fail or refuse to hire someone who tests positive for cannabis in a drug test. The Sun reports that Amazon is keeping strict guidelines for delivery and Amazon air workers. Anyone impaired at work who or tests positive after an accident would be fired. Sandy Kozel, WTOP News. We are learning more about the teenage girl who was stabbed to death early today inside a McDonald's at 14th and U Streets Northwest. Happened just before 2 this morning. The teenager has been identified as Naomi Legone of Waldorf. The girl arrested and charged with her killing is 16 years old and also from Waldorf. She is charged with second degree murder while armed. Police say she had a knife that 16 the year old had the knife on her at the time of the arrest. It's 1106, an early morning house fire in Frederick County has left two people dead. 74 year old Thomas Wiles and 75 year old Joy Wiles were inside the home along Stonewall Court East in Adamstown when the fire started just after
Gordon Chang and Trish Discuss the Origins of the Coronavirus
"Recent weeks, we have learned what you and I, I think we're talking about back in January of 2020, which was the Wuhan lab theory. We had certainly I think both heard from various sources that it was quite possible that the coronavirus originated in a lab in Wuhan. That theory that discussion as you well know, Gordon was shut down. Aggressively shut down and now it seems doctor Anthony Fauci may have been at the forefront of helping to shut that discussion down by commissioning a scientific study, which he basically was able to take a red pen to. Doctor Redfield, head of the CDC, was cut out of conversations because he felt it was possible it may have come from a Wuhan lab and I think he said the most devastating thing to him was when the Baltimore sun called him a racist because he suggested it might come from Wuhan. We know what we all went through. Why do you think that was? Why do you think there was such an aggressive attempt to say no, there's no way it came from the Wuhan institute of virology? My theory is that Doctor Fauci was trying to protect himself. So if we go back to 2014, the Obama administration imposed a moratorium on the federal funding of gain of function research in the United States. So what did Fauci do? He outsourced gain of function funding to a biological weapons lab in China, the Wuhan institute of virology. And he did that through the New York based echo health alliance. So echo health alliance with NIH money was actually funding gain of function on coronaviruses. So I think Fauci is a little bit concerned that the Chinese took what they learned from his funding and they were applying it and eventually ended up creating SARS CoV-2, the pathogen causing COVID-19.
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"Up to me and he put the barrel of his gun on my chest. He gave him his phone and wallet, and their friend was robbed at gunpoint before the men fled. He remained shaken by what happened. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO B news. 1204 and other troubling incidents locally at Dunbar high school in northwest D.C., we learned here at WTO P that a staffer at the school apparently is this morning facing allegations of sexual misconduct for the student. The school's principal Nadine Smith sending a letter to families that we call him the report disturbing. She says the staff member has been placed on leave and that the incident has been reported to D.C. police. This comes after 2016 when Charles young a Dunbar high school track coach then was sentenced to 17 years in prison for sexually abusing 7 students over a three semester period there. The Maryland House voting this week to create a legal framework for recreational marijuana sales in the state, the measure which regulates the licensing and taxing of the drug itself was approved, one O three to 32 final vote, it now heads over to the state Senate, Maryland voters approved a constitutional amendment back in November, the legalized recreational use of marijuana by this summer on July 1st. Last month, Marilyn woman and a white nationalist leader were charged with planning to attack power stations around Baltimore. Remember that? The pair now this week facing the federal judge Friday. Both 34 year old Sarah Beth Klan Daniel of Kate andville in 27 year old Brandon Russell of Orlando entered not guilty pleas in separate arraignment hearings. The Baltimore sun reports that in court, federal prosecutors told judge Beth gessner about the pair's plan to shoot out substations in norrisville, reister's town in Perry hall, and other areas around Baltimore because they thought the attacks would quote completely destroy the whole city. Charging documents say FBI investigators recorded calls between clan Daniel and Russell, discussing their plan shortly after an attack on two substations in North Carolina that left 40,000 people without power. Both face a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison. 6 Saturday morning a former D.C. advisory neighborhood commissioner has been sentenced to four years after a deadly drunk driving crash last year. Devon lucine pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter, last November. He was behind the wheel at the time of the car that struck 20 year old Catherine Reyes on I four 95 near telegraph road in March of 2022, Reyes was said to be on the side of the road with a flat tire, police say her hazard lights were on when listing drove down the shoulder and slammed into the back of raise his car. The compact SUV caught fire and Reyes died at the scene. At 1207, an update on traffic and weather in one minute. Here's a highlight from colonel Carlos Perez Mendes, an individual mobilization augmented to the Space Force S three and Lee to SEC AF operational imperative two for the Space Force on the discussion mission partner environments from the series enabling jazz C two, sponsored by GDIT. And now it will be a collaborative endeavor and the Space Force is capitalizing on this trend. The same being environment as we talk at framework is going to be foundational for us to be able to accomplish that. Jazzy two is key to delivering information advantage. The success of jad C two depends on enabling technology such as mission partner environments or MPE. That's why GDIT
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"On top of the $150 for the tow. The bill enrichment started at $30, but the compromise of 20 bucks made it through both chambers, critics want the state to come up with a consumer protection provision that would let individuals Sue a towing company rather than rely on the attorney general to do it. The bill still needs the governor's signature, the fuel surcharge would last until July of 2024. Neil law can stay in WTO. Virginia governor Glenn youngkin was on national television last night, tackling a number of education related topics during a town hall on CNN. He talked about how he's asked Virginia's Department of Education to review a new advanced placement African American studies course to see whether it teaches inherently divisive concepts in schools. I have no reason to believe given the changes that I know have been made to that course. That it won't be a fine course for Virginia, but I have to let our Department of Education do their job. This is what I've asked them to do. And I look forward to getting the report back. High schools and fairfax county and in Montgomery county, Maryland, are among those expected to have that course next year Two people in Maryland to our charged with conspiring to attack the power grid in Baltimore county appeared in court today. Sarah Beth Klan Daniel and Brandon Russell of Orlando entered their not guilty pleas in federal court, charged with conspiring to attack an energy facility in Baltimore county, which could have caused more than a $100,000 in damages. Indicted on Valentine's Day, the federal charging documents say the two plotted to shoot the substations in an attempt to quote completely destroy this whole city. The Baltimore sun reports 34 year old clan Daniel blew a kiss to family members before pleading not guilty at her federal hearing. The sun says clan Daniel told an FBI source. She has a terminal illness, and quote wanted to accomplish something worthwhile before her death. Megan clover TOP news. Oh tomorrow, march 11th marks three years since the COVID pandemic started impacting the U.S., leading to major restrictions on businesses and public places and looking back now, how did health officials and political leaders handle it? They admit that there were some mistakes. The schools probably were closed way too long. They had problems with testing. They didn't roll out an accurate test right away. The CDC had a laboratory mistake that a lot of things went wrong, but on the basic issue of, do you take steps to try to curb transmission when you have a big wave of virus coming in, the public health community will say, yeah, we had to do something. We had to essentially, quote, shut down the country. And that saved a lot of lives. That is Washington Post reporter Joel achenbach. Coming up in money news, the unemployment rate ticks up, but the economy does add hundreds of thousands of jobs. It's 7 O 8. Michael and sons, heating tune up for only $59. We've got double your TLP traffic and weather on the 8s, and when it breaks, bob imler is in the traffic center. Still a little bit of delay here and there for the Friday rush hour, which wasn't really that bad today, but the biggest slowdown is eastbound route 50 getting to the bay bridge because of weather conditions, only two lanes open for eastbound traffic, the laser still starting right around Richie highway getting to the bay bridge on 95 and on the Baltimore Washington Parkway, we still have some volume delays here and there, but no incidents along the way. And southbound on branch avenue in Marlow heights still have the crash near beach road, so be alert for delays in the southbound direction and southbound on three O one station road still dealing with a crash there. On two 70, there are no delays, beltway through Montgomery and prince George's county's easing up same on the Virginia beltway right now, and southbound traffic on 95 slows a bit from route one of the aqua Quan couple of stretches and Stafford and north pound getting up through 66 that runs without delay in both directions. Bob Miller traffic
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"One 53 not guilty, please coming today from a woman and a man accused of plotting to blow up electric substations in Baltimore. Sarah Beth, clan Daniel of catonsville, and Brandon Russell of Florida appeared in separate arraignment hearings in federal court in Baltimore today. The Baltimore sun reports during one arraignment, Clint Daniel blew a kiss to the family members before pleading not guilty. The two were indicted last month for conspiring to destroy an energy facility. An FBI affidavit shows that the 34 year old and 27 year old thought the attacks would destroy the city of Baltimore, causing billions of dollars in damage. If convicted, could get 20 years each in federal prison. Get ready, we spring forward this Sunday and lose an hour of sleep from Saturday night into Sunday, but we get more daylight so some folks will be happy. The transition to daylight saving time is official at two Sunday morning, local time across much of the country. So remember to set your clocks an hour ahead before you go to bed on Saturday night and spring arrives very soon. March 20th. The ag department is searching for better, potato chips, as we hear from federal news networks, Tom Timmons. Scientists at the agricultural research services lab in Idaho are working to breed a new potato chip potato. The experimental spud is known as a 13 one 25 three C it shows what the lab calls much potential when run through the national chip processing trial conducted by USDA along with academia and the food industry. Each year, more than 7.5 billion pounds of potatoes become chips. If it works out, the new potato could edge out the Atlantic variety, king of the chips since 1976, Tom tenman, federal news
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"I'm Mark Lewis. And abortion rights bill, moving forward in Maryland. That legislation would allow state voters to determine during the 2024 election, whether to enshrine access to abortion in the state's constitution. The House of delegates gave that legislation preliminary approval yesterday, it will be debated on the Senate floor later this week. The Baltimore sun reporting, Republicans who oppose the bill are expected to try to make significant changes before a final vote. A former head of D.C.'s 9-1-1 dispatch center, says the mayor and her administration repeatedly concealed errors to downplay serious life threatening and often deadly mistakes. The whistleblower lawsuit was filed earlier this month. In her suit, former interim director of the office of unified communications, Cleo sabido says when she took the helm in January 2021, she was astonished at the problems plaguing the 9-1-1 dispatch center. Sabido claims dispatchers sent responders to the wrong address ten times in just one day and that the office intentionally avoided public information requests was understaffed under trained and working with outdated equipment. When she reported concerns the city could be violating the law with how it was reporting 9-1-1 call taker data, she was fired. The mayor's response? I look forward to that case. A high priced bike inspired by the movies is now on the market. Engineers say they were inspired by Star Wars to create the world's first flying bike. It's called the exterior, a 12 foot long 600 pound luxury aircruiser that's designed to run on a motorcycle's motor, but designers say it gets its power from an electric battery that powers four fans to get riders off the ground. The bike could hit speeds of about 60 mph, and it's not cheap. Online, it's got a $555,000 price tag. For now, it's only available in Japan. Monica ricks, CBS News coming up in our top stories on WTO. A delegation from Virginia this morning is delivering the state's final pitch to the general services administration with the hopes of landing the new FBI headquarters in Springfield. The Senate has followed the house and blocking
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"Kelly will learn today if he'll spend the rest of his life in prison or have some hope of getting out. A federal judge will sentence the 56 year old for his Chicago convictions of child pornography and enticement of minors for sex. Prosecutors want Kelly to serve a new 25 year sentence after he finishes a 30 year term imposed last year in New York for racketeering and sex trafficking. The defense wants a sentence of around ten years so that Kelly can serve that at the same time as the other. The U.S. Supreme Court has declined a request from former Maryland Republican candidate for governor Dan Cox. He wanted the justices to review a judge's decision to allow Maryland to count mail in ballots before election day in November. The Baltimore sun reports Cox's lawyer argued that a Montgomery county circuit judge incorrectly granted a state board of elections request in September to allow ballot counting as early as October 1st in order to accommodate an expected deluge of mail in ballots. The Supreme Court listed Cox's appeal yesterday among a number of cases it declined. A bill to restore full social security benefits to certain federal employees is regaining steam in the house more from federal news networks, Tom temin. Co sponsor Abigail spanberger of Virginia says hundreds of members from both parties are backing the bill, which didn't get a vote last year. The social security fairness act would end the windfall elimination provision and the government pension offset starting next year. The 40 year old rules deduct social security benefits from some 2.8 million retirees and dependence, spanberger says Congress has a busy agenda. But it can't be used as an excuse for not taking a vote on a piece of legislation that frankly has received so much support in the past. We know the votes are there. Tommen, federal news network. An American Airlines flight bound for Reagan national airport was diverted because of a disruptive passenger. The flight from Jacksonville, Florida, ended up at Raleigh Durham international airport where law enforcement officers took that passenger into custody. Transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg tweeted last night that he was briefed on a level four disruption on a flight, the FAA defines that as an attempted or actual breach of the flight deck, a source familiar with the incident tells CNN the passenger was a woman having a panic attack, the FAA is investigating. And coming up on WTO P. How is sports betting in Maryland impacting the district? I'm John doman. 7 43. It's happening
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"Insured by MCU. This is WTO P news. 5 53 multiple discarded ATMs were found submerged in a northeast D.C. creek. They've caught the attention of the FBI now, a D.C. police spokesperson tells our news partners at NBC four. Police are working with the FBI to trace the origin of the ATMs found in watts branch creek. Neighbors have said they've been finding discarded ATMs along that creek in Marvin Gaye recreational park for some time. They've taken to social media to complain about them there in the river. When news four was at the creek reporters themselves saw trash strewn around the banks as well as another ATM in addition to the two that the neighbors complained about. The U.S. Supreme Court has declined the request of former Maryland Republican governors candidate Dan Cox. He wanted the justices to review a judge's decision, letting Maryland count mail in ballots before election day in November. The Baltimore sun reports in a petition, Cox's attorney argued a Montgomery county circuit judge incorrectly granted a state board of elections request in September to allow ballot counting as early as October 1st to accommodate an expected flood of mail in ballots. The Supreme Court listed Cox's appeal today among a number of cases. It is simply not taking, and it had no comment. Some fairfax county school board members are calling for governor Glenn youngkin not to block the new advanced placement African American studies course. Youngkin has asked for a review to see whether the lessons violate his executive order banning divisive concepts at schools, Florida banned the course last month. Fairfax county school board member, Laura Jane Cohen, accuses the governor's administration of trying to stop the teaching of true history. Of course, like AP African American studies is rich with opportunities to expand their knowledge and get to have these hard conversations learn how to have them in the world, which I think probably if more of us had taken courses like that. We'd probably do a better job. In a statement secretary of education, Amy guder says the review is standard procedure, the course is currently expected to be offered in some fairfax and Montgomery county high schools next fall. Money news 25 and 55 brought to you by Penn fed credit union, with Brennan Hazleton, you get great rates for everyone. A mixed day on Wall Street with the Dow closing down 85 NASDAQ picked up 15 S&P down 6. The Biden administration says it's considering the first ever lease sale for offshore wind energy in the Gulf of Mexico. A key part of a push to deploy 30 gigawatts of offshore wind by 2030. Is it fair to call soy oat almond and other drinks milk? The answer in new draft rules from the FDA is yes. The agency says those drinks don't pretend to be from dairy animals and U.S. consumers know the difference. Brennan Hazleton. WTO news. Asian markets are mixed tonight. There's been a deadly shooting this evening right outside Tyson's corner center and we'll have a report from the scene for you on WTO. Temps are chilly, but the deals are heating up
Introducing David Simon—An HBO Writing Legend
"David Simon is one of the most important and prolific writers in HBO history. After graduating from the university of Maryland, Simon worked in journalism, displaying a unique voice and an unrelenting work ethic as a reporter for the Baltimore sun. In 1991, he published his first book, homicide, a year on the killing streets, to hugely enthusiastic reviews. And went on to work with Baltimore legend Barry Levinson. On the hit NBC adaptation of that show. Simon began his HBO relationship in 2000 with the corner. Before creating and serving his head writer and showrunner of the wire. A dazzling drama that is commonly listed as one of the top ten dramas ever. The show ran on HBO from 2002 through 2008. Simon was named a Macarthur fellow in 2010 and has stayed at HBO for numerous other projects, including treme, show me a hero, generation kill, the adaptation of Philip Ross plot against America and deduce.
"the baltimore sun" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"A star is born. You guys may know the new one You probably kind of a big deal lady gaga and bradley cooper. We're obviously going to spoil everything so if you haven't watched and you want to which i would say we recommend At least watching one How's the podcast. Yes you're okay with full spoilers here we go and it is worth noting. We've talked about the nineteen thirty seven A star is born a little bit already in the episode that we just rebroadcast last week in the dorothy parker don powell episode. Because dorothy parker was one of the writers of the original star born. And before we dig into this not to belabor the point of why we're here today i did wanna call one news bit. That just came through not that long ago. That is related to something. We very directly talked about in just hot scoop on a tall blonde and put about ebola. Double thank you for that. It's not quite a hot scoop hot off the presses it came through august twenty fifth will share this temblor. But do you remember how we talked about. How both dorothy and dawn have interesting stories about their bodily remains after they died Only because as i was putting together our rebroadcast. I heard part of that in the audio but i do not remember what it was so brief refresher because i did we listen to the episode in. It was like relearning all these things over again. I had forgotten that. I knew these things. Don powell donated her body to science in then the rest of her body that they did not use for science. That's how you say they was. She was put into a mass grave. And we don't really know her remains are. I have no updates on don. She's bodily speaking gone forever. I think though if we find her. I hope that will be good for her family But i'm at peace with that good. Here's the thing that. I'm now more at peace with dorothy parker. When she died she left her estate to martin. Luther king junior right. He died shortly after she died so all of her possessions. Her estate like the thing she had left. Martin luther king including her bodily remains were given to the n. Double acp where. They sat around in an office because they didn't really know what to do with them. Is my best understanding. There may be more complicated reasons. Why but the bottom line they were. Sort of in purgatory. You might say well. On august twenty fifth. There was a news bit that seems that her bodily remains finally. Come to rest in this article from the baltimore sun. after much wrangling. The end of lacey pe- agreed with parker's relatives to relocate the ashes to new york as the organization moved its headquarters to washington. The ashes were reburied in cemetery. And our friend of the pod. Kevin fitzpatrick president of the dorothy parker society was quoted in this article. He said this is finally her homecoming to her. Beloved new york in her relatives came to the memorial. They read her work. They poured some gin on her grave because she loved gin and in her headstone carved a poem that she wrote. That says lee for her. A red young rose go your way in. Save your pity. she is happy for. She knows that her desk is very pretty. So i just wanted to.
"the baltimore sun" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Now, does it surprise you? But the Baltimore Sun thank God they're down to about 50,000 subscribers used to have like 300,000 subscribers. So thank God. The radical left Baltimore Sun's lead reporter. Their lead political reporter, Pam would is their lead political reporter would kick off Dan Cox's campaign. With the smear. Does that surprise you? I mean, that's what's coming. That's what's coming. I'm Pat McDonough. Filling in this week for my friend Bruce Elliott, and you can join us. I want you to call me. I don't want to do all the talking. I want you to start doing some talking out there for 10 to 380025. Or 1 800. What did I give you? I think I gave you the wrong number. Let's try this again. Rewind for 10 92 to 66 80 or you can call us at 1 809 to 2. 66 80. So it's no surprise that Pam And I know Pim would I mean she's really a nice person? Uh, but, you know, she works for the Baltimore Sun, So the article is totally misleading. I mean, who really cares? Who really cares what the Democrat pundits radical left. Hate America Mob cares about. Dan Cox. They're not going to vote for him anyway. Yes, they're going to do is lie about him now, Uh, this article in the sun me educate you a little bit is designed not for Democrats to read this article in the Sun. Is designed for Republicans to read. This article is designed to make Republicans skeptical of Dan Cox. That's what this is. What's called what did we talk about all morning gaslighting. This is an example of gaslighting impacting you if you're a Republican, and you are listening to this program Pity the poor Republicans that are not listening to this program because you're getting educated. This article in the Baltimore so which you don't read anyway, I know that I have to read it. It's part of my job. You know, uh But anyway, it's designed to create doubt in your mind. That's what the article is all about. That is the psychological purpose of media. That's part of their agenda. So anyway, that's what that's all about. Now, If you want to talk to my friend Pam would here is her phone number at the Baltimore Sun. You probably won't get her but leave her a message. Don't be nasty. Don't curse. She's a nice person. Just tell her what you think. 4 10 3326717. I'll repeat that 4 10 3326717, and here is her email. I'm pretty sure it's Pam. P A. M. W At Bolt, son B. A. L T s u n dot com Pam w at bald son dot com. Let her know what you think of her article, and I can't get over this part where she contacted Dan Cox on July 4th in the evening. Here's a guy has five or six Children. I mean, I think he's a little busy. The report that she referred to in her own article came out on Wednesday or Thursday. Why couldn't she call wasn't important enough. No, it was strategic. She wanted to call him late at night so she could write in her article. He did not answer or return her call. That's how it works. Editor Pat McDonough is explaining this stuff to you, Okay? That's what it's all about. I've been the victim of these games. I know exactly what Dan Cox is going to go through. But I'll tell you something else. This is the personal side. Dan Cox does not have to run for governor. Dan Cox can get re elected to his house seat overwhelmingly. I think there are a couple state Senate seats that are open in his area that he could run for the state Senate. He is making a sacrifice. He is taking a chance. My friends He is taking a chance. Pretty amazing stuff. We gotta give him credit for that. Don't we always ask. People and even of ourselves, we say we've got to make a sacrifice. We've got to make a difference. How can we make a difference? We can't make a difference if we just gripe and complain, and we don't do something. I mean, anybody can do that, right? But in this case, Stan is making a sacrifice. And I will say this not only for Dan Cox having done this on five or six occasions in my lifetime, anybody that runs for public office makes a sacrifice. And I'm going to say both Democrats and Republicans. Uh, they make a sacrifice. I was at the parade in Dundalk and I was my partner. There. Sitting with me was a black veteran in a wheelchair, and a woman walked by and one of the candidates for governor went by. And she said, Oh, my God, they should keep these politicians Out of these parades and and this veteran looked at her and he said, Madam, I think I think you said miss, he said. If you want to go to a parade where you won't see any politicians, he said. Go to Russia or go to Cuba. There aren't any politicians and those parades. And I said to him Three. Cheers for you. But that's the kind of people in America That are going to help lose America. It's not only the radical left, it's those who gripe and don't work. We're going to take a break for the unstoppable news with Michael. Philip. Ellie, I'm Pat McDonald will be back. Now keeping you connected with the latest views. This is talk radio 6 80, wcbm and wcbm dot com. Good morning, It's 10 30..
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"Wcbm wcbm dot com or 99.9 FM in Harford County. Alright, it's the last few minutes of Casey in company with Congressman Andy Harris and myself. Nicole Harris filling in for Sean Casey. So I can't believe three hours goes like that. I know. I know. We've got a couple of calls online after Sean Hannity's morning commentary. We hope we can. We can get to at least one of them before we go to traffic and weather and stuff. I just want to give a big thanks to our executive producer, Kristen for always keeping us failing us out as we continue to learn the ropes. These newbies here behind the microphones. Poor Kristen. Yeah, I know. I don't wanna know how much she worries about coming to work this morning like, Oh, my God. What are they going to do today? Exactly anyway, But we have traffic and weather on the threes. Here's check Whitaker and you know what they say. It's a microphone and a phony at the mike. Oh, Oh, Take it easy. Now I've been called much worse by the Baltimore Sun. Oh, please. That doesn't even compare. But look, Look who's writing it? Without saying North bound jfx. Another report. City police say they're heading up to the area around Falls Road again, so that would be the third wreck this morning, actually, the fourth On the wreck on the Jfx so heads up. They're becoming up from 28 Street and Druid Park Lake Drive. Late wreck in the city Reisterstown Road at Fulton Avenue. A couple of areas of slow traffic. Get on the Beltway interlude towards green spring, and we're busy towards route 40 west on the outer loop. Delays towards the Bay Bridge continue two lanes on the main span. Traffic is moving. But you have delays beginning around Cape ST Clare Road headed east on 50 through the area. I'm Chuck Whitaker with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio 6 80 doubled you CVM. Our weather forecast for today. Scattered showers and storms remaining this morning but dry by the afternoon, then partly cloudy and 82 degrees. Partly cloudy tomorrow in a slight chance for showers or.
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"6 21. A proposed soda tax in D. C is now dead. It would have imposed 1.5 cent per ounce tax on sugar sweetened beverages sold in the district as part of the Nutrition Equity Act. But now council member Brianne Nadeau says she is withdrawing the bill, saying there's not enough support to move the legislation forward. Opponents of the bill claimed the new tax would have devastating economic consequences on D C residents. More people were able to update their jobless claims Late this week after days of confusion surrounding Maryland's unemployment system. Starting Sunday, claimants reported difficulties filing their weekly certifications to continue receiving benefits. Many could not log onto the online claims Portal. But the Baltimore Sun reports the logjam ease this week as the state's online portal vendor added extra servers. If you're a fan of our news partners at NBC four, you may have been wondering where anchor Wendy Rieger has been for the past month. She's been in recovery after a brain tumor was diagnosed following an MRI. Now she's talking about what's next. Well, it takes two weeks to fully do a genetic markup of a tumor. And what I love about Pascal is that my doctor is that he says he never believes what the tumor first tells him. He'll never believe it. So we're waiting to see the story that the tumor is going to tell. But right now, you sort of I sort of don't think about that. The fact that it's gone because I could feel the pressure in my in my head and again. That was another thing. You have to listen. Friends of mine were saying you were saying there's something in my head and you have to listen to your body. Gregor had been experiencing migraines and light sensitivity or, of course, wishing her a full recovery and hope to see her back on the air. Soon. A new concert venue is coming to Tysons, the capital. One hall will open this October. This venue will really be nice, complemented Wolf Trap. Jiffy Lube live within the Northern Virginia area. Managing director Jonathan Griffith presents a 1600 seat performance hall, a 225 seat, black box theater and a 300 seat rooftop amphitheater. What I'm most excited about this Star Hill Beer garden where we're actually Having an old double decker tour bus from London. An old Greyhound bus converted into food kiosks. So far, they've announced comedian John Crist on October 10th comedian Taylor Tomlinson on November 13th Classic rock band, Kansas on December 19th and Country star Clint Black on February five c renderings of the venue and w two p dot com Jason freely w T O B news scientists have confirmed they've dug up one of the biggest dinosaur fossils in the world and more could be waiting to be found in the Australian Outback. It's cool. Australia Titan, Cooper insists, or Cooper for short standing 21 FT. Tall at nearly 100 FT Long. It was found in Outback Australia 14 years ago but only now confirmed as one of the largest dinosaurs in the world to be discovered. Now we can say we've definitely got a species that's in that top 10 to 15 largest dinosaur paleontologist Scott Hartnell, who says it may not be on its own. Maybe time will find us bigger dinosaurs here in Australian Scott Maimon for CBS News. Brisbane, Australia Coming Up in money news. More numbers that show you're paying more for things lately. We have that on the way. Oh, what's.
"the baltimore sun" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Phone. 4 10 6611111. Couple six is five points. Orioles winners over the Indians, 18 to 5. They take the series and now started to game home series against the Mets. Tomorrow night. The Nats were, um, lost the Phillies 12 6, losing two of three. They're on the road against the Rays. The Oreo's place, starting pitcher John Means and attending Angeles with the left shoulder stream. Winners of the NHL playoffs last night. Canadians over the Jets 5 to 1 Day lead that series. Defeat of the Colorado ABS, 5 to 1. You're winning. Pick three number 86 to the pick 4 to 086 at 807. You're up to date on Casey and Company talk radio 6 80 wcbm at 99.9 FM in Harford County. The Wcbm studios are sponsored by a safe retirement solution. Call Rod Borowy for that solution for 1266 11 20. This is Casey and company with Sean Casey on talk radio 6 80 Wcbm in Harford County. Listen to 99.9 FM. All right. It's our number three here on Casey in company Talk radio 6 80 Wcbm back in March. There was a confrontation between the pastor and worshippers at the Greater Grace World Outreach Church in northeast Baltimore. They have been sighted. Uh On numerous occasions for not requiring masks and social distancing. They were fined a total of $100 the health department to put a closure sign up on the church door. Somebody had ripped that sign down. That's the reason why they got fined. And so the Housing department and the Health Department showed up and they wanted to gain access into the church. The pastor and the church Security Guard would not let them inside the church without a warrant, which I believe to be their constitutional right. Baltimore Police Department was called. It was tense at first. But then things kind of settled down. I thought we'd play you Some of the audio from the video that was posted on the Baltimore Sun paper website here this morning. Faster here. Somebody in charge. I'm in charge of you, intuitively. OK,.
Indicted Baltimore Gang Leader Fails to Turn Himself in to Police
"The accused leader of a violent gang is now on the run. Gary Creek had been released to home confinement in May, 2020 as Covid 19 cases spiked in the D. C jail where he was being held. He had been facing drug charges and was set to turn himself in Thursday but did not show up The Baltimore Sun Reports of warrants been issued for
"the baltimore sun" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"The bill, released by the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, would increase road funding by about 34% to $300 billion over five years. The last authorization expired in 2020 and lawmakers passed the one year extension that will end in September. It comes as lawmakers look to reach an agreement on a larger, all encompassing infrastructure package that President Biden originally brought to the table. A hedge fund will become the second largest newspaper owner in the U. S. That's after all, the global Capitals deal to buy newspapers, including the Chicago Tribune, was approved by shareholders of Tribune Publishing. It's valued at $633 million Among the news Papers being added to Alden Global's portfolio include the Baltimore Sun, Orlando Sentinel and New York. Daily News. Oregon is joining the states that are giving people a big incentive to get vaccinated against covert. 19. Brad Ford reports. Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced. They take your shot. Oregon vaccination campaign. How about a chance to win a million dollars? That's the top prize, But there are 36 prize is worth $10,000.5 scholarships worth $100,000 to encourage 12. The 17 year olds to get vaccinated. Oregon's goal is to reach 70% vaccinations by June. 27th Brad Ford, NBC News radio and the Mormon Church isn't playing games after seeing him from the mark. Spain really No place like a cowboy place in the town like a couple of time angle away like the cowboy way. Have a cowboy candidate here when you're.
"the baltimore sun" Discussed on WTOP
"Here at the W. T O P studios brought to you by long fans 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers got along fence dot com and schedule your free estimate. Today. It's 9 12, local, state and federal law enforcement or all investigating now, after Baltimore County police shot and killed an armed man yesterday morning. This was all around 6:30 A.m. when police and firefighters were called to a townhouse neighborhood in the Wood lawn area. Police say officers encountered an armed suspect and shot him dead. He was later identified as 56 year old Everton Brown. Investigators also found two men in a woman already dead at the scene. Ah third man hospitalized with non life threatening injuries. Over to town homes that collapsed a third damaged by a fire that was set. Neighbors told the Baltimore Sun that gunman lived in the community and had previously threatened his neighbors and accused him of spying on him for the federal government. Local high school student had one of a kind graduation this week and dressed in his cap and gown, But there's the Chevy Chase High School senior Nik grows, got his diploma from his principal right in his backyard. He was put together by grosses, close friends and family. He and his brother, Jake told our partners at NBC, four their caretakers for their parents. Their mother has a ls their father Early onset Parkinson's. And even with all that responsibility, he made his school's rowing team. There's a lot having you know, crew five hours a day, coming home and helping her, but I got through it grows, has been accepted to Villanova University..
Baltimore will no longer prosecute drug possession, prostitution, low-level crimes
"Calm prostitution and drug possession will no longer be prosecuted in Baltimore. Instead of prosecuting people for non violent crimes. Prosecutors in Baltimore will focus on felonies. State's attorney, Marilyn most be announcing today that her temporary suspension of prosecuting crimes including prostitution and drug possession during the pandemic will become permanent. The change was made last March in an effort to keep people out of jail to stop the spread of Cove it and the same time period. Violent crime went down. 20% mostly tells the Baltimore Sun they've learned there's no public safety value in prosecuting
Maryland businessman offers to buy Tribune newspaper company
"Maryland businessman has offered to buy the Tribune Publishing media company that owns the Baltimore Sun, The Chicago Tribune and other newspapers. Choice Hotels. International Chairman Stewart Behnam offered 650 million for the company. But the Chicago based company's board is already endorsed a $630 million offer from another busy bitter New York hedge fund al Din, Global capital. Tatum has said he wants to turn the sun into a nonprofit.
"the baltimore sun" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Global energy, the paper writes. Power shortages show the folly of eliminating natural gas and coal. Democrats insist there's no one single energy sector to blame for the black outs, and that immortal thorough investigation is needed. Fox's mark Narrative governor, Greg Abbott, telling Fox's Hannity it is essential that we as a country remain. You know where we continue to provide access to fossil fuels for heating for taking care of our homes for industrial purposes for cities to be able to run, the governor has ordered an investigation into the agency that manages the Texas power grid. Several people have been killed in the state trying to stay warm, including a mother and daughter in the Houston area, who started their car in the garage for he, too, then were overcome by carbon monoxide. Big changes are likely coming to the Chicago Tribune. The New York Daily News at the Baltimore Sun Tribune Publishing selling too old in Capital, a hedge fund known for cutting costs and newsroom jobs. The deal expected to close before the end of June, Wall Street Tuesday, adding 64 points, the Dow reached a new record high But there's backdrop 47 of the S and P 500 closed two points. Lower. America is listening to Fox News. Sometimes you need a good cry, and we know just the podcast for that crying in public, a weekly podcast hosted by 4 20 something college women living in New York City follow along while they discuss growing up in a time where there's no distinction between what's public and what's private when you're hooking up with a guy. What Your takes on keeping your socks off. That's what you wanted to ask. It's funny. It's enlightening. It's the crying in public podcast. Listen on the I Heart Radio Act or wherever you get your podcasts. When I left the military. I was excited for a fresh start. But civilian life has been harder than I thought. It would be figuring out a new career while also being a good mom, wife and friend..
Three Maryland men accused of scheme to sell COVID-19 vaccines
"NEWS. Federal prosecutor says Three men are accused in a scheme to sell Cove It 19 vaccines through a fraudulent website, The Baltimore Sun reports the U. S attorney's office in Maryland. In a news really said the three men had been indicted on a charge of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. The news releases the men created a fake website to resemble the sight of vaccine maker Moderna prosecutor said a federal agent ordered 6000 doses of that of the vaccine through the website and was told to wire half the money to a Navy Federal credit Union account in the name of one of the three men. Federal agents seized the fake website and searched that
"the baltimore sun" Discussed on WTOP
"As the crews rolled up on scene Watch for the response of watch for major delays. 95 North trying to get onto the inner loop of the capital Beltway, I'm Joe comma, WTF traffic and now to storm team for meteorologist Mike Standiford. Storm scene for radar continue so precipitation across most of the region mainly in the form of freezing rain with some sleet and snow at times, too. Obviously, things are very icy across the region, and that is going to be the story for the rest of day and tonight is temperature. Stay below freezing Because of that I strong morning continues until seven in the morning on Sunday for our far southern suburbs, the rest the region under a winter weather advisory until 7 a.m. on Sunday, so More freezing rain mix of sleet and snow at times this afternoon changeover to mostly freezing rain by evening ice secretions of a tent or a quarter of an inch are possible and obviously that is going to wreak havoc on trees and power lines. Temperatures are holding the twenties to lower thirties for the rest of the afternoon. Later tonight. Freezing rain on tape prompted freezing drizzle during the evening hours, but the freezing drizzle will continue overnight, putting down another coating of ice. Also watch out for some freezing fog. Carlos in the twenties to lower thirties, some freezing drizzle early on Sunday, then a chance of a few light showers again by evening, but we'll get above freezing for a few hours that I helped melt the ice house, 35 to 40. It'll be a cold day on Monday could be some radar wintry mix again by late in the day heist 35 to 40 were at or below freezing across the entire region. Stafford 30 Culpepper, 31 Manassas, 29 Sandy were holding a 30 at Reagan National, and it's 27 degrees outside the W T. O P studios. Brought to you by mattress warehouse by with confidence with a one year price guarantee on Lee at Mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com. It's 1 41. Sharp increase in unemployment during the pandemic has led to a dramatic rise in fraudulent unemployment claims. Virginia's unemployment system may have paid a lot of them more than $40 million have been paid out. Two inmates not eligible for unemployment benefits during the pandemic and the actual amount of fraudulent claims paid out during the pandemic. Maybe even Mork the admissions were made in a criminal complaint against two people charged with receiving about 75 grand in fraudulent claims, according to the Richmond Times Dispatch process. Years, hinted a much larger investigation in the phony claims is also underway. The pandemic has revealed limitations to Virginia's unemployment system. Those who legitimately needed help have complained about the difficulty of getting it as the system has been overwhelmed. John Doman w T o p News Three men are accused of trying to sell Covic 19 vaccines through a fraudulent website. The Baltimore Sun reports to 22 year olds in a 25 year old have been indicted on a charge of conspiracy to commit wire.
"the baltimore sun" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Evening, everybody and welcome to the show. We're very excited tonight, and we're looking forward to this program because There isn't much in the news, of course to discuss what way have our favorite congressman on tonight. Andy Harris, who was right there. And unlike the Baltimore Sun and CNN can tell us the truth as to what he experienced on what happened and his wife are favorite wife, our second favorite wife. I'm sorry I'm right here. The CO Harris and Let's start off with this and the impeachment. Tell me where there's a justification for an impeachment. It's the same justification they had before none. Nothing. There's no justification. The president called for a peaceful protests. And obviously that was enough to to impeach him. I don't get it. Well, I mean way. Watch black lives matter all summer. We watch these The anti five protests all summer. We watched the Democrats egging them on. We have. In fact, a Anna Presley just today basically made a comment about, you know, inside, baby see inciting violence. And nobody pays any attention of a Democrat does it, But they make it up with the president. They're gonna They're gonna bring articles Impeachment this week in all likelihood, and it's just, you know, just a waste of time. What's the money to? Absolutely if you know that a lot of there a lot of things they should be doing in Congress. You know, like taking care of the American people, but instead they're still wasting their time on another impeachment hoax. That's what it is now. Every Protest rally in Washington Whether it's the pro choice people or the pro life people, their leaders stand up on the stage, make their speeches and they always say go down, too. Capitol Hill and go see confront your Congress people. They all do that. Now that he say anything he said, Go with strength and not weakness. But what does that? Does That mean, go storm the place? No, Absolutely not. And as I pointed out, I mean, you know, I've done the march for life. It starts. It starts near the White House, and it ends up in front of the Supreme Court. But that doesn't mean that we're sending people inside the Supreme Court and tell him to break in while the justices air there The only argument that they make that I say. Okay, Well, maybe he should is that he's the executive branch ever legislative branch, So it's kind of one branch against the other. But you know, that's what the Democrats in the Legislature been doing for the last four years, is talking bad about About the executive branch about the president have attacked him from the day came down the escalator. Absolutely. So you can't have it both ways. You know, you can't say Well, the President can't can't do anything to you. But you can do everything you want to the president that it just doesn't work that way. Well, we had an invasion of the White House This summer. They tried to get into the White House. The president had to be removed and protected. And I was one square off yesterday, which you can pick it up on square off dot com. And Stephanie Blake, who's a lawyer said, Well, he had the Department of Justice Police there. He had the army there. He had everybody there. Well, he probably needed them. But I said You're a lawyer. Don't you realize he doesn't have the authority legally to send the Army and the Department of Justice Police down to the capital, the capital is under the control of Nancy Pelosi, and just like a mayor has to request that That's right. They can't send people on Capitol Hill. The Capitol police are in charge of charge of what goes on there. They do have to request that they ultimately did. They accepted the help. But there was no there was no army there near the White House, You know that was uncontrolled violence. It was egged on by the mayor, and by and by the liberal Democrats. This summer, we every American watched it with their own eyes. And you know all of a sudden it's like they got religion like, Oh, yeah. You can't have violent protests. Well, you've had him all summer. Now. This was different is this was this was the capital. Look, I'm not condoning, you know, breaking into the capital. I never would just like I don't condone breaking into storefronts. I don't condone looting, Rioting, sending Dumpsters on fire. I mean, I condone any of that. No one I know does condone that. But the bottom line is you don't you don't set up an impeachment over that. This is this is just history and Americans will see right through it. I think it will backfire tonight. I agree. They're actually you know, the national Democrat. Socialist media will, of course, film everything and people average people. It mean it's gotten to the point that I'm going to tell you. We're gonna have to shift our protest. The conservative Patriots are going to have to start. Protest thing. The media We're gonna have to go to Atlanta to CNN and put 10,000 people on the streets. We'll start with the start of the Baltimore Sun. They're going anyway. What they've actually been bought out. I don't know if you knew that or not. I thought that there was some talk about that. But it actually go through actually going through from what we understand. Yeah, that's what we're doing. But also they've dropped the 50,000 readers. They have paid readership of 50,000 from 200,000 so and that the and if they're soul doesn't mean that they're going to be any better. But the fact of the matter is, Yeah. Let's talk with about the media and the press. They attack you constantly every day. They lie about you. Maybe we should do something with the Baltimore Sun. I don't know about what we could do. But they are the homegrown social. I just don't talk to him anymore. You know, we were talking to Colin on the way over. You know, we're just waiting because you know, the Houston newspaper called for Ted Cruz to resign. And you said to Both and major papers in Missouri, right called for Senator Holly Holly to resign, and I'm like, she says. We'll be in the Baltimore Sun called for me to resign. I said No, that's coming this week. Yeah, but what was in the in what? You stood up against the wall. What was interesting about you, are you and he was because I saw some of the things that were posted by the Baltimore sun and post them on my Facebook page. What I thought was so interesting that it was our county executive and Harford County, which you represent. Pat used to represent that area. He had negative thoughts. He said he was ashamed for you to fight back against a congressman. Well, worst that Yeah, he said he said I was sedition was an act of sedition. Yes, Yes. Really. I have an act of sedition, right? You're exercising going about your exercising your constitutional right and our constitutional right and you're representing us. Vigorously is a patriot And this bum who used to be my friend, Barry Glassman, who wants to run for governor, And I tell you, Huh? Let me He's the new Hogan by the way, but Last men. On the other hand, How is he thinks he you're very popular. You've won a few elections. I've won a couple and you're in Harford County that a lot of people are very fond of you. And if he thinks he can see what she's saying something extreme Well, yeah. I mean, he accused me of sedition. I mean, last night looks editions. A capital crime. I mean, you know, e. Don't take that lightly. Barry. Call into the show Barry and and tell them why you think I could. I committed an act of sitting way sent out an email on Barry. And you would be surprised that the REAC Should we got? I mean, no, I don't think you would be surprised to me. That's the reaction we expect. He's calling you. Benedict Arnold. Yep. Yep. And the words you're not Benedict was 5 ft. Nine years 6 ft. Two on the worst part about it was the bottom or sun said that you basically got into a confrontation. Okay. And the way they made it sound it sounds like a fistfight in the truth of the matter was it was not a fist fight..
Hedge fund Alden offers to buy Tribune, valuing it at $521M
"Hedge fund that owns a big stake in Tribune Publishing is reportedly seeking to buy the newspaper chain behind titles including The Chicago Tribune in New York. Daily News. The Wall Street Journal reports Alden Global Capital could disclose an offer for the company as soon as today. In all Tribune publishing overseas nine larger market daily papers, including the Baltimore Sun, as well as the Capital Gazette in Annapolis. There's been pressure for the Sun and gazette to be sold to a local
Howard County, Maryland, parents file lawsuit challenging student school board member’s voting rights
"And Howard County, Maryland, have filed a lawsuit against the county's public school system. They want the school board to stop allowing the board's student member to vote if comes after the student cast the deciding vote to keep schools from returning to in person classes in the lawsuits obtained by the Baltimore Sun. The parents argue that giving a high school student the right to vote on school board decisions violates Maryland's constitution. Because the student isn't 18 years old and is not eligible to vote in elections or holding elected office. They say that 16 out of 24 local school boards in Maryland to not allow the student members to vote.
Washington DC - Sports Betting On Ballot In Maryland This Fall
"On the ballot in Maryland, and the money is flowing online betting companies like Draftkings and Fanduel or on a spending spree, trying to persuade voters in Maryland to vote yes, on Question two on the ballot to allow sports betting in the state. So far, they've put close to $3 million into the vote. Yes on two group, according to the Baltimore Sun. They've already spent over two million of that on advertising, and they're not alone. The state's casinos in the Maryland Jockey Club have been offering some cash and a lot of in kind donations. On site advertising and social media support for a group supporting the sports betting initiative. Michelle Morello
Washington, DC - Maryland reports highest rate of new coronavirus cases in 10-19 age range Thursday
"The Baltimore Sun reports that as the new school year gets under way, Children between 10 and 19 are making up a larger percentage of Maryland's new cases The state has recorded just under 700 new cases and 12 more deaths in the past day. And while there have been 58 new cases reported, and one new death in D C. In Virginia, there have been over 1100 new cases and 11 more deaths. In the last 24
Pregnant woman shot in Baltimore violence
"A violent weekend in Baltimore. Two men were killed and nine other people were injured and shootings across the city between Friday night and Saturday night, The Baltimore Sun reporting. The casualties included a pregnant woman who was shot multiple times and four men who showed up at hospitals on their own to be treated for gunshot wounds. D
Coronavirus cases climb in Ocean City, as restaurants shutter due to employees testing positive
"More than a dozen ocean city restaurants are closed again. It's because workers tested positive for the Corona virus. It's no surprise, given that the mostly rural area transforms into one of the most heavily populated during the summer. A Baltimore Sun reports in Ocean City ZIP code. The number of cases jumped from 38 at the end of June, Toe 113 yesterday, and it may not reflect the true rate of infection. Since many people don't even get tested until weeks after they've gone back home well now, some public health experts are pushing for the state to consider renewing restrictions at bars and restaurants where young adults have been crowding. But one restaurant owner says that would be devastating because restaurant owners can't make up their losses during the fall and winter months. Joan Jones
Universities sue Trump administration over rule that strips visas
"Over a new Trump administration rule that could send international students at US colleges back to their home countries. Administration is requiring foreign students to take their courses in person during the pandemic. Johns Hopkins is now suing in federal court to block immigration officers from enforcing that rule. The Baltimore Sun reports. The school believes the government's decision was attempting to force them to reopen in person classes and completely upends their plans for the fall semester. It appears
Media, power, and political communication
"Let's talk about the media yeah the media is a powerful Trojan horse seven mereka if it's not a and I mean they have attacked president trump relentlessly yeah and the problem we have is we have fox okay yeah now fox is okay but Rupert Murdoch is ninety years old right and his two sons are liberals okay we have newsmax rage has been growing and that's a good thing yeah we have one America right which is a good thing but these are national programs they don't get into Vince's crab house they don't get in the fells point being close they don't get into those things go and they don't get into helping our people who need help to fight against the beast and as you pointed out the Baltimore sun doesn't report on any of these issues involving her son is one of them yeah right exactly the Baltimore sun is part of the super shadow government yeah they protect them yeah people say that the media has fallen in the tank for the left they fell in the tank for the Obama no the media never found the check for anybody the media are leaders in this offensive they are legally are part of the natural America they were and and they were targeted specifically for that purpose because of the vast influence they have they were targeted for subversion and infiltration by the Soviet Union in the nineteen thirties and we could go on for hours about how that happened and who infiltrated but just for example one person remember Edward R. Murrow of CBS Edward R. Murrow is one of the people primarily responsible for bringing communist it's two Columbia teachers college to begin inserting all of these destructive America narratives into our universities he was responsible for bringing those people over and he worked with a guy named Laurence Duggan whose son was an actual Soviet agent and he was friends with his son and he became a news anchor for CBS that's just one example there are many many trusted a man in America yeah right right he he gave the Vietnam War at eight a story that was a hundred and eighty degrees from what the truth was riled tell your doctor about with Walter Cronkite yeah that young people don't know who has what we member we only had three major networks in this country now I can tell you let me say some about yeah because the networks are required by FCC regulation as part of their contract to provide unbiased news nobody has ever called him that if I were in a position to do so I would pull their FCC licenses tomorrow and tell them that they better straighten out their newsrooms and start reporting what's going on because they should be challenged in the courts right absolutely be challenged because they have been really but they have such power and such influence and Americans have to get a constitutional public there operates through elections has to be given the facts at what's happened instead is they've been given the left narrative for sixty eighty years in World War two The New York Times was engaged in treason it was exposing things mark Levin's book yeah I mean it's just stunning it's stunning when CNN first started Ted Turner used to go on a show and he would bring some five Soviet KGB agents on the show with him had a first among them was Georgy Arbatov who is the head of member for US and Canada old KGB agent they would talk down president Reagan they would just sit there and terror attacks president right that was C. N. N. the communist news
Pelosi pushes for removal of Confederate statues
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday demanded the removal of Confederate statues occupying the U. S. capitol has remained silent on her father's role in overseeing the dedication of the Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee monuments while serving as Baltimore's mayor in nineteen forty eight now face a true Stalin's revolution Nancy Pelosi would be called to account because her blood was involved in promoting the confederacy doesn't matter she was or not that's your blood that's one generation ago she hasn't even been confronted by the media on this hasn't even been confronted except by Breitbart posted this week formally requested the removal of Confederate statues occupying the U. S. capitol dismissing them as monuments to men who advocated cruelty and barbarism to achieve such a plainly racist and the demand comes as angry protesters across the nation take matters into their own hands vandalizing in some cases beheading statues and monuments memorializing the civil war era and beyond I'm surprised they don't have a guillotine as I've said before the halls of Congress or the very heart of our democracy the statues in the capitol should embody our highest ideals as Americans expressing who we are and who we aspire to be as a nation Pelosi said in her letter to committee chair Roy blunt and vice chairs Alaska monuments to men who advocated cruelty and barbarism to achieve such a plainly races center grotesque affronts to the ideals she said our ideals their statues pay homage to hate not heritage they must be removed well then her father's a real SOB he's a real **** he's a real racist and a hater Thomas Dallesandro that's her maiden name oversaw the dedication of such a statue in Baltimore's Wyman park the Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee monument is mayor of the city in nineteen forty eight mark that's way back in nineteen for who cares we're going way back to three hundred years now at the time the speaker's father said people can look to Jackson Lee's lives as inspiration and urged Americans to emulate Jackson's example and stand like a stone wall against aggression in any form that would seek to destroy the liberty of the world he said what was wanted to found the north and south fighting for a common cause the general ship in military science displayed by these two great men in the war between the states lived on and were applied in the military's plans of our nation in Europe and the Pacific areas he's right about that Alexander said of the dedication the Baltimore sun continued today with our nation beset he said by subversive groups of propaganda which seeks to destroy our national unity we look for inspiration to the lives of Leah Jackson to remind us to be resolute determined in preserving our sacred institutions and goes on city crews remove the statue in August twenty seventeen on the direction of the city council close his office did not respond to Breitbart's request for comment on the
Start of Ex-Baltimore mayor's prison term delayed to June
"A federal judge has agreed to a second delay now to the start of former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh's prison sentence she was originally set to begin her three year term on federal conspiracy and tax evasion charges April twenty seventh but the Baltimore sun now says a U. S. District Court judge has ordered her to report to an Alabama prison by June twenty sixth her attorney had argued his client should have her start date moved because of court delays prompted by the corona virus
Ravens coach John Harbaugh concerned virtual NFL draft could be hacked via Zoom
"Nfl teams use Zuma video conferencing. Now John Harbaugh the Ravens head coach with a ring beat. His brother knows that zoom has been targeted by hackers. And he's that that could happen during the draft. He told the Baltimore Sun. Yeah big concern. Every time I read something in like The Wall Street Journal or The New York Times that talks about how messed up. Zoom is or some of these other deals. I immediately texted to our. It people and Director of Football Administration. Nick potatoes one of those guys and they assure me that we are doing everything humanly possible. By the way. That's how a football game and talk. How MESSED UP. Zuma's so in response to a string of hacking and harassment incidents on zoom they have announced they have brand new security measures and they have introduced passwords and waiting rooms for users. So harbaugh you know still has concerns about wrongdoers jumping
Wife of Maryland Ponzi schemer to serve 6 weekends in jail
"He's already serving twenty two years in prison for carrying out one of the biggest Ponzi schemes in Maryland history and now Kevin Meryl's wife will also spend time behind bars yesterday Amanda Meryl was sentenced to serve six consecutive weekends in the Howard County jail for her involvement in the scheme where she and her husband cheated family friends and investors out of nearly two million dollars Meryl pleaded with the judge to give her a more lenient sentence because she has two young children but the Baltimore sun reports the judge said he wanted to send a