17 Burst results for "Three Hundred Signatures"

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

07:19 min | 3 months ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Clocks been broken all week and you made it. Well done thank you and your under. You have a backup. No it's my snooze alarm clocks my iphone iphone. My snooze is nine minutes long but it's only letting me sleep for about three seconds. Pretty sure i'm pretty sure it's at three pm like maybe okay. Unacceptable hereby is not broken. It's not possible. it's not possible. That was nine minutes. There's just no way. I understand that feeling very much. So and now right turco. he's retired. he's sleeping in. He takes that problem. Get friday garnered everybody coming up a little bit later on this morning we are going to kick off the san diego county fair back. I am pleased to say that. Enough years i believe enough. Here's a pass. That i no longer slip into calling the d- Do that anymore. Then nobody you sometimes dna. It's the san diego county fair practice. Okay it's not all about del. Mar del mar have enough. But then i'll read things to say at the del mar fairgrounds really hard to do. They still call that well. I'm going to start some sort of tiktok petition to show everyone how hurt. And i'm sat in bullied. I am reading about james. Corden is in trouble today for this bit that he does called. Spill your guts. Do you know this bit. Yeah and there's a wheel that they turn and when it lands either have to answer really tough personal question or whatever monstrosity has been presented in front of them. I wonder what they're really tough. Personal question is Feel like he's asked questions. Like tell us the darkest secret you know about your co star in a movie or something and okay. I'm not going to spill something on really yeah things. I can't on balut or talk about the time that you got so stoned and you walk around the entire building for an hour. Your pants down around your ankles. I would tell that story. Rather than balut i would sell. I just want you guys to know. If i ever end up on james corden i will sell all your stories out before. He has me eating balut eggs and expected which is which is one of his foods on his spill. Your guts show. Well there's a petition now to stop this bit because he calls it weird and gross food and there's this i'm gonna get to you in a second. Okay just try. Hold on try and hold on. Let me get a grief counselor. So sentimental so emotional so anyway guess. What all these foods that he puts out there so gross and some of them are asian. And so there's this. Asian person on tiktok who's launched a petition to stop the bit and i'm so cynical. Did you know that about me. By the way the your cynical just started to notice that. I'm so cynical on any kind of off. 'cause that's launched by someone whose whole world revolves around the internet like. I'm what do you do for a living. I dick around on tiktok. I'm a tiktok dicker. Okay well then you have no purpose honestly your purposes to get hits and yeah saying do things to catch provocative right. Yeah you're actually a couple of steps below. Am radio talk show. Host is true because tiktok are the ones who will stand up in the back of a plane after it's leveled off at forty thousand feet and say guess what everyone i've got. Cove it just to watch everyone freak out just to get reactions just to get hits so i i don't i don't care what these internet influence or people what rod what rubs them roll honestly and so. This person has launched a campaign. They got twelve thousand three hundred signatures. 'cause anybody will sign anything they don't give a damn they just want to be part of a movement. Oh kidding is it so. Tragic and hateful and culturally disrespectful to say. Hey that food is gross. I don't care what country you go to. And i'll start my owners plenty of gross food everywhere right everywhere. It's gross to you. Yeah and it's gross to most people and if it isn't gross to you or like if the tokyo james corden was doing spill your guts and the famous liberty had to tell a really dark secret or eat. A peanut butter and jelly sandwich and ate the peanut butter and jelly sandwich and everyone freaked out. I can't imagine myself being anything other than amuse right. I would think is funny right and i. I actually have this fantasy about being on these shows where they're horrified by american foods and i'm just like lapid up on so right and i had this fantasy to show off to people how i can eat all this gross food because i'm such a picky eater as it is. It would be fun to finally be the one who can eat the gross food so they want them to change it and they want them to use much less Particular food that are delicacies from foreign countries. And guess what you just ruined the been. Yep you ruined the bit and the only way to stop this stuff. The only way to stop these people who are campaigning. To make the world so completely one hundred percent non offensive like this this kim who has launched a campaign to get cordoned off the air with a spill your guts. Let's just hyper focus on you. Kim for ten seconds list. Look at everything you've ever done in your life. Let's pick it apart and show everybody all the time that you did something that offends. Someone will pick it apart. We know you didn't mean anything we know. You're just kidding around. We know it was just an innocent comet or whatever but we're going to pick it apart gonna blow it all up and we're going to show the whole world hung fence of you are and there's nothing you can do about it. Even if you apologize will still be butter. You know 'cause everyone does this right buffet up a little bit but i decided let's go online and find out. What are the foods that gross out countries that come from america. Okay because i was looking at this. James corden thing among other things you know. He's got blood on there and you over a decade ago. We were doing that on our show we were. I would do it again today..

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"three hundred signatures" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"ABC news president trump traveling to the military academy at west point today to deliver the commencement speech for the eleven hundred members of the graduating class of twenty twenty and thanking friends and family who could not attend the socially distant ceremony to all of the parents grandparents and family members watching this ceremony for me a beautiful home even though you could not be here today we know this day could never have happened without you trump has been recently criticized by former military leaders for threatening to use military against protesters meanwhile could be nineteen cases are on the rise in twenty two states and Porter Rico the CDC's latest estimate the death toll in the U. S. from corona virus could hit one hundred forty thousand by the fourth of July and in Idaho falls a candlelight vigil Friday evening for seventeen year old Kylie Ryan an eight year old JJ valoe their bodies discovered on stepfather Chad gable's property earlier this week the two children had been missing since September this is ABC news the debate continues whether a statue of Thomas Jefferson at the university of Missouri Columbia campus should come down ABC's Ken Martin reports the statue of the nation's third president was donated to the campus almost twenty years ago as recently as five years ago there was an attempt to have it removed though he considered slavery a moral depravity Jefferson owned more than six hundred slaves and fathered children with one of his slaves students at the university of Missouri this last month collected some thirty three hundred signatures to have the statue removed Mizzou president moon choice says people need to learn from history and put events in the context but that history should not be removed can pardon ABC news Saint Louis and Twitter removing a vast network of account said to be linked to the Chinese government that pushed false information in favor of Beijing more than twenty thousand accounts were found to promote the Chinese government another one hundred fifty thousand dedicated to re tweeting those messages Beijing has denied involvement saying Twitter should instead remove accounts smearing China UT on ABC news so how many of us live in sweat.

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"three hundred signatures" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Than ten thousand Massachusetts residents tested for covert nineteen in the last twenty four hours reporting and less than four percent came back positive debate continuing over whether a statue of Thomas Jefferson at the university of Missouri Columbia campus should stay up welcome down the statue of the nation's third president was donated to the campus almost twenty years ago as recently as five years ago there was an attempt to have it removed though he considered slavery a moral depravity Jefferson owned more than six hundred slaves and fathered children with one of his slaves students at the university of Missouri this last month collected some thirty three hundred signatures to have the statue removed Mizzou president moon choice says people need to learn from history and put events into context but that history should not be removed can pardon ABC news Saint Louis locally the beheaded statue of Christopher Columbus was removed Thursday from the north end of parc this while Boston officials are reassessing controversial landmarks highlighted by the national dialogue about racism since the killing of George Floyd south Africa's struggle to deal with its racist past might hold some important lessons for us here in the United States south Africa's apartheid system was dismantled in nineteen ninety four through a negotiated settlement this part of the healing process the truth and reconciliation commission asked people to tell their stories no matter how horrible then they went about cutting his fingers off CBS news is Deborah potter the process was floored many victims felt cheated off of just this but it did open up a national dialogue now young south African blacks like peta maybe Libya believe south Africans are better at having difficult conversations about race than Americans still for him this thing that stands before me this blackness that hinders me in everything I do how do I then even as a new generation say we forgave kambing McCormick CBS news demonstrators in.

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"three hundred signatures" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And seventy three now down to sixty tonight a slight chance of thunderstorms tomorrow up to ninety sunshine in ninety one for Sunday and Monday our top story on KOAA news radio the Dow took a massive dive of more than eighteen hundred points yesterday resulting in the worst day since March on Wall Street erasing much of the progress made over the past several months Rebecca Jarvis filed this report earlier this morning stocks are pointing higher this morning after yesterday's severe drop but there are three key questions on wall street's mind right now first of all that spike in cases in states that are re opening second while the economic hemorrhaging appears to have stopped there are still at least twenty one million Americans unemployed at this very moment and finally a feeling that the market has come too far too fast as the number of cases of coronavirus increase in California the Los Angeles county health department urged businesses to re open with caution this is LA mayor Eric Garcetti today the county reported one thousand six hundred twenty three new cases have been as our total number of diagnosed positive cases since this started to seventy thousand four hundred seventy six in the county the state is now allow in GM's bars wineries hotels and day camp pools to open with social distancing protocols the debate continues if a statue of Thomas Jefferson at the university of Missouri's Columbia campuses should come down the statue of the nation's third president was donated to the campus almost twenty years ago as recently as five years ago there was an attempt to have it removed though he considered slavery a moral depravity Jefferson owned more than six hundred slaves and fathered children with one of his slaves students at the university of Missouri this last month collected some thirty three hundred signatures to have the statue removed Mizzou president moon choice says people need to learn from history and put events in the context but that history should not be removed can pardon ABC news St Louis members of the Denver school.

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"three hundred signatures" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on WJR 760

"Election day November third and it's coming up quickly and this coronavirus is have any impact on that true not just for the clerks that helped make plans how they're going to run their polling places whether it is you have moved toward all mail in ballots which even some Republicans are beginning to favor now but couple other things too and we're going to cover those right now with a man who's right in the middle of the campaign and who is very interested in what a federal judge had to say because you know to get on the ballot you have to first of all qualify would petition signatures you have a certain amount of signatures and the that qualifies you to be on the ballot with your name for a position well because of the corona virus outbreak you can't go near anybody to collect those petition signatures and save get candidates all over the place for saying women how we supposed to get the petitions and get our names on the on the ballot if we're practicing social distancing like this it's being raised by a number of people including a a congressional candidate by the name of Whitney Williams who is challenging the eleventh district congresswoman Haley Stevens a political strategist for with the Williams is Manito quite awhile Scott haters from a veteran political wars here in Michigan joining us on the other end of our line good to have you back on the show again it's been a long long time pal it has thank you Frank thanks for having me on good to have you back with us well what about this this decision now barely a federal judge has issued a ruling on the petition filing deadline here in Michigan they have a federal judge Obama appointed activist judges that are willing to extend the deadline into may to collect signatures and also reduce the signature requirement by fifty percent and it's allowing electronic signatures but not how would you get electronic signatures that's a good question because that's really right for fraud and the judge has ordered the secretary of state and then Attorney General not for the come of patrols within seventy two hours while head that day and he has he lowered the number of of that petition signatures are required to qualify for the ballot as well yeah what's interesting is dried up with the ACLU and the ACLU is America's sake side and we actually oppose this order it's an activist judge that's re writing long governor Whitmer and the legislature have had over fifty days to address this the name chosen not to drop the committee not an issue that signature requirement is to show that you have community support before you get on the ballot and there are several other dozens of candidates have gotten on the ballot it's not our fault that Erica sake does not have support in the community to be able to get his signatures what what what is the challenge how does it specifically involved the the one candidate Erika sake well he was unable to get his thousand signatures so he sued I want three right Alexa Monty got an activist of I'm a judge that he got they tell you to join him to rewrite election law he only gathered seven hundred signatures over five months he said if he had one more month you would got a thousand signatures at that radio is only collecting a hundred and forty a month and you would end up at about a hundred forty signatures so he really pulled a fast one over the destructive lies at that may be but I how to how do we factor in this covert nineteen threat and and the impact it has on going out and actually you know going door to door asking somebody at a shopping mall or you know wherever you may gather signatures to sign for it this really sets us back doesn't it's got it doesn't because we have US now which is mandated by the U. S. constitution and several candidates that have lived here and I have supported community have used the mail phones to get their signatures I'm working for Christina like in eighth District and she's able to get about three hundred signatures through the mail Wendy Williams got several signatures through the mail I know another candidate up in the fifth that is turning in fifteen hundred signatures and he did that mostly through the mail over the past several weeks it's because these candidates have community support they have community ties someone like Erica sake drop them from New York City hasn't lived it came from southern Wayne County hasn't lived in Oakland county ever and he doesn't have a signature Z. go crying to a federal judge in a deluge on some he likely got an activist judge appointed by Obama and that's that's the story and so that you know this the political battles everybody's looking for that edge for wherever they can get it and so this is one where he's lucky enough to get the court ruling to get him on the ballot apparently and so now we'll see if the voters of Michigan six yes that's a very dangerous precedent you have bought some liberal groups out there wanting a graduated income tax rewrite alley at large then and that's fine they can go out and collect signatures but now the judges opened the door for like product that it bears and you may see some very liberal ballot proposals on the ballot this fall because of the thrilling because of Erica tacky well I'm also I don't know if you're concerned but I I'm concerned about the possibility that we will allow that the the that votes to be cast online this fall or or beyond that that scares me it's a slippery slope in this ruling is one step closer to that well we shall see meantime we'll just pray we get by there so the corona virus outbreak of sooner rather than later it's had a tremendous effect on our entire economy needless to say it's going to have a big impact on the elections.

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A July twenty third incident in which he was found with marks on his neck but I have seen reportedly was not on suicide watch at the time of his death the latest traffic and weather together across the area we've got the traffic lights not working at Red Bank and duck creek road and the railroad crossings failed at sycamore road and blue ash row that happened in the last half hour the album is forecast for the advanced dentistry weather center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation learn more at no fear dentist dot com store events occurring this week in in the tri state your weather forecast is more than behaving today will see plenty of sunshine low humidity values and temperatures in the mid eighties tonight will be refreshing once again as we drop in the low sixties and Sunday will be almost identical today but expect the thermometer and humidity values to be just a tad higher now from your severe weather station I'm first warning meteorologist Austin Winfield newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. right now we're at eighty nine degrees Richard bill the police chief in Dayton and the elder graduate was live this morning with Mike Allen and my Gaskin hell the officers are doing in Dayton after the fatal confrontation with that mass shooter last weekend this is an officer involved shooting in an extraordinary environment and with also mass casualties and death this is goes beyond the scope of what would one would usually think of this offer while shooting it and the dramatic impact of that so we really want to be sure that everyone's doing okay other getting the psychological support that they need that they're getting the peer support they need they're going to command respect support that they need supervisory support any and that that one there ready to return back to duty and fully capable of performing your duties and we're gonna welcome back with with open arms the funerals for six of the nine victims are going on today in the Dayton area a grand jury is charged to Cincinnati man with killing his girlfriend's dog with a baseball bat after the two had a fight on moose would Avenue William love now charged with felony animal cruelty is being held at the Hamilton County justice center Cincinnati public schools board member Ozzie Davis the third does not have enough signatures to run for the November election he's been on the school board for about a year he was selected to fill a vacant seat the director of elections as he needed three hundred signatures to file for election came up short by fifty one Davis said he's not sure what happened and is currently verifying votes Allred's update the Reds beat the cubs last night five to two game two tonight at great American ball park it's going to be a beautiful light inside pitch begins with our coverage at six ten and the first pitch at seven ten our next update coming up to thirty I'm sandy Collins's radio seven hundred W. all the third by U. S. A. a life insurance company the weather and traffic reports can be unpredictable in Cincinnati but there's one thing you can count on new discounts on U. S. A. A. insurance in Ohio due to U. S. A. A. dot com today to take advantage of these special savings power mower racing drivers in America up close at the annual wait till like three race August tenth at eleven the Chevy spark lake in Springfield Ohio the engine one power more drivers can basic generalization is just fifteen dollars per day that's where lottery dot com it's happening to you all three nights one snores and the other can't sleep there is a quick and easy to use solution all natural solution snore stopper the number one selling anti snoring medicine in the US thank you snore stop you save my marriage it's time to try smaller stocks and make every night better night for both of you spray or tablets are available today at rite aid and.

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"three hundred signatures" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We cannot turn away from our loved ones we need each other in loving memory of the victims of the tragic shootings in Dayton el Paso and in Gilroy family is traffic and weather together across the tri state we've got one crash cleared at south on six seventy five forty eight you can get through there with no problem also that Kemper road crash at can road in Hamilton County has also been cleared be aware that power outage there were some about twenty two thousand that were affected overnight here in Cincinnati the vast majority of all back it is with the juice this morning you may find a S. straight the traffic like here or there that is still out to treat that as a four way stop finally don't forget a lot of traffic heading into the Linder family tennis center in Mason because of the opening today of the western and southern classic longest tennis tournament in the US now ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. sunny weather for that today high of eighty five clear sixty one tonight sunny tomorrow high of eighty eight right now sixty five degrees here in Cincinnati you may wake up to those blinking clocks in your home that's what happened we have not heard an official reason from Duke why it went out but about a hundred and eighty customers in spring borough just south of Dayton still without power that went out about four thirty this morning the rest were up earlier in the evening we were on generator power most of the night here at seven hundred W. O. W. Duke has been working all night long it doesn't look good for Cincinnati public schools board member Ozzie Davis the third for the November election election officials say he does not have enough signatures to run for reelection he's been on the school board for about a year selected to fill a vacancy last year the director of elections says he needed three hundred signatures to file for election and came up short by fifty one Davis says he's not sure what happened and currently is verifying votes for the eight thousand vehicles are said across the Roebling suspension bridge daily and when it was closed due to falling sandstone in mid April businesses in Cummington saw sales drop rubbing point books and coffee was one of them is under Richard hunt said between seven and nine AM sales were down seventy five percent while the bridge was closed finally.

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"three hundred signatures" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on KOMO

"Seattle Tacoma news come on news time two oh five it was a close call for a teenager in Arlington Kamose bill o'neil has our story forty five year old man faces an attempted kidnapping charge after police say he grabbed the sixteen year old girl in legion park and try to force her into a bathroom Monday afternoon the girl was not her Patel's investigators the man's grip tightened issue struggle to break free she was able to give police a description and identify the man after officers were able to track him down Monday night hello Neil commoners federal marshals arrested a man for shooting a Prosser police officer the agency confirms it arrested nineteen year old I'd say a collie on a first degree assault warrant he's accused of shooting and wounding a Prosser police officer and a bystander in that Yakima valley town early yesterday morning officers tracked him down in Centralia and they also arrested a second suspect in Pasco Prosser police officer was shot in the leg Greg Herschel komo news for Dale police still trying to figure out who put up what some are calling hate speech posters on utility poles the post the posters were first discovered two weekends ago each of them in patriotic colors with the words report any and all illegal aliens they are criminals the posters also contain the website for the group patriot front that's a group that both of the Southern Poverty Law Center and the anti defamation league have on their watch lists a new elementary school that opens in the north sound next month will focus on a stem education and feature unique environmental engagement but it's called Brian Calvert tells us it's what students have to where it's getting the most attention when the doors open for the first time at the sparkling you tend bar creek elementary uniforms will be required the school will be taking its students from three different schools none of which have a current uniform policy and that's one has a lot of parents upset that and the fact they say they weren't adequately warned that the district sprung this on them and their kids now the district has intimated that he didn't need a hearing on dress codes as it help Bose when uniforms first came to the district the years ago basically it's up to them to choose which schools employ the already approved policy parents have managed to get about three hundred signatures on an online petition denouncing the uniforms a town bar creek parent Ian McMillan told the Herald his daughter will not wear a uniform to school and will instead dress in normal clothing Brian Calvert komo news in less than two years the town of wapato as spent almost a half million dollars in legal costs originating from different kinds of cases lawsuits were filed against the city's former administrator and for violations of the open records act thousands of dollars in payments also were made for early terminations of city workers and unlike other cities wapato does not have a general reserve or emergency fund to draw those funds so when mayor Dora Alvarez role was asked by the Yakima Herald Republic where the money was coming from at this point her responses been no comment another Republican as announced a run for governor in twenty twenty details from couples Jeff Pohjola state senator Phil fortune auto will make the official announcement later this week but he spoke with come on Monday so when I ran for the house of representatives should be one of ninety eight I wanted to be a senator because me one of forty nine being governor you'd be one of one so you have a tremendous power Lauren called the police chief of Republic a tiny eastern Washington town is the only other declared Republican in the race and while Jay Inslee is out running for president he has yet to announce whether he'll run for a third term as governor Jeff posed to look come on news the company behind a net pen collapse in Washington waters now wants to raise steel head instead of Atlantic salmon aquaculture reduce the Atlantic salmon at three of their sites from three and a half million to eight hundred thousand now the Canadian company wants to transition to steal had salmon entirely the peninsula Daily News reports it expects to use an existing hatchery for still had cook had planned to build new pens at Morse creek but those plans were cancelled after the twenty seventeen collapse of cooks cypress island at Penn facility in which many thousands of salmon Atlantic salmon were released into Pacific waters today Virginia Mason in Seattle is making a marking rather a milestone by performing its one thousandth living donor kidney transplant the two people involved in today's transplant are husband and wife from Pullman go cooks Dr Nick callin at Virginia Mason says having both patients in the same family makes the case unique the only about two thirds of the people are able to donate directly to their intended recipients approximately one third of patients are incompatible and unable to donate 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"three hundred signatures" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on WTVN

"Twenty sixteen presidential election we needed to do our work as thoroughly as possible as expeditiously as possible the investigation needed to be conducted fairly and with absolute integrity in testifying at a house hearing today Miller noted there were numerous indictments and convictions he said there was insufficient evidence to file conspiracy charges against anyone in the trump campaign cited a longstanding justice department policy against indicting a sitting president said his team decided not to make a determination about whether trump committed obstruction of justice new revelations of the family of Neil Armstrong was paid six million dollars in a confidential settlement with an Ohio hospital after his death through your time supports mercy health fair field hospital paid out six million dollars to ten members of Neil Armstrong's family in a twenty fourteen settlement the family alleging that post surgical complications led to the death of the first man on the moon in twenty twelve in the motion to seal the settlement in twenty fourteen the hospital stood by its care givers and the treatment provided Armstrong but agreed to the confidential settlement to avoid publicity Armstrong died following vascular bypass surgery most of the six million dollars was distributed among his son's Ribeiro ABC news looking county man facing charges of assault and endangering us two month old child Josh what men talk some was arrested after police were called the nationwide children's hospital to investigate a possible case of child abuse official statement talks in because the injuries when a child wouldn't stop crying it's being held a one hundred thousand dollars bond he's doing court August first opponents of Columbus is new ticket tanks are vowing to try again after their submission of signatures to put the issue before voters this fall fell short read Adams's with advocates for responsible taxation be assured know what no matter what what these a minor error errors we believe our minor of we got to get over the hump and and we got a we got to comply with the rules which we will end up we'll be back will be back on the ballot box at Saddam's was six ten WTVN smart place our election officials say they felt less than three hundred signatures short of the required eleven thousand the group has until August seven to submit the required valid signatures the Ohio state fair now open governor Mike DeWine officially cut the ribbon today there may be some controversy tomorrow though when Confederate railroad place a free concert lead singer Danny surely says about was asked not to play the Illinois state fair because of the band's name and there's a lot been said about the flag now we don't display the flag on stage we don't use as a backdrop we don't use you know hang it from the rafters reneging on from the stage or anything so what I don't even know where this whole controversy is calm naturally was extended the TV install Riley he adds if they are asked not to sell merchandise with the Confederate flag then they comply radio six ten WTVN sports.

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"three hundred signatures" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on WTVN

"In stable condition police have yet to identify suspect in that incident opponents of Columbus is new ticket tax valid to try again after their submission of signatures to put the issue before voters this fall fell short read Adams's with advocates for responsible taxation be assured know what no matter what what these a minor error errors we believe our minor of we got to get over the hump and and we got a we got to comply with the rules which we will end up we'll be back will be back on the ballot box Adams was extended we TV as mark blazer election officials say they felt less than three hundred signatures short of the required eleven thousand the group has until August seven to submit the required valid signatures a twenty nineteen Ohio state fair officially begins today one thing new this year the rides Alicia Schultz addresses a change in the ride operator for this year and your sense of America the previous right provider had been the provider for about twenty five years and we did a request for proposal and got five different carnival companies who were interested in so it was about a six month long process that included visiting the carnivals out where they were located and having them come in and reviewing safety record she talked to six ten WTVN still Riley tally amusements out of Texas is a new right provider with the new right inspection standards also in effect this year along with the rights plenty of unique food games and show rose to take in the fair runs through Sunday August fourth radio six ten WTVN sports Indians were to walk away from another win but ended up losing two to one two in Toronto in ten innings but the news last night was not all bad for the tribe thanks to the Yankees more on that coming up in sports at five fifteen read full of the big backs and Rick Milwaukee fourteen six clippers losses ran around players report for training camp this morning the bangles on Friday meanwhile bangles signed receiver Tyler board to a four year contract extension from the central Iowa dealer support staff member forties radio sixty NWT via.

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"three hundred signatures" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

12:10 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Who am I listening to me Stacy Washington and the host the Stacey on the right on American family and urban family talk networks, and I'm filling in for the man, Tony cats. He's out today. And he asked me he said, you know, let's fist-bump, and you come on end you come in and help me out with this thing. And I think you know, what I love to. I just you know, Friday morning, I need that jolt of energy that I get from basically flying someone else's jet plane, which is what it's like to fill in for big time house like Tony. So we're going to have such a good time today. I am so excited about the show. Let me tell you who you're going to be listened to first off we're gonna chat with someone from the Heritage Foundation. That's one of my favorite places on earth. I love to hang out there whenever I'm in DC. And so we're going to have Gabriella Beaumont Smith. She's going to join us to talk about the US China trade relations. And then we are also going to be chatting with my. Sister from another Mr. Kira Davis. She's going to join us to talk about news of the day. And we're just gonna Hammett out. We're going to have a good time. We're also going to cover all of the things, and what are the things. Well, there's a lot of things going on. We're going to launch into just a minute here. This, you know, people are calling her are black, grandma and the headlines, she's actually an extraordinarily accomplished person. Heritage foundation. President Kay Coles James who actually shut down and entire council, the Google artificial intelligence ethics board is they were calling it. She shut it down. Just the thought that she'd be there sitting around, you know, with her fancy self offering up her contributions, it was enough to send the twenty three hundred of them strong out of their minds, and they literally had to shut her down. And I I'm I'm all about free choice, free speech. You know, I'm all about people expressing themselves. But I think these. Google internal message boards have gotten a little out of control. So we'll chat about that. We are also going to be talking about the partisanship rife rank disgusting partisanship that we're seeing from the left not that. I don't expect them to abstract nothing. I don't expect them to slow down the process of the Republicans because they have different aims. But did you see the news item yesterday six hundred and fifty thousand illegal aliens are going to be released into the countryside's of America? The city's the by ways the highways the bus stops the lunch stops the Starbucks. We're going to be full to the brimming with illegal aliens who don't speak English and also don't speak traditional like the Spanish they teach you in high school. So you'll be ready to enter the global economy. These people are going to be coming here and expecting handouts. They're going to be right straightaway into our welfare offices, and many of them will be quite full with child, and you know, having their babies here. So that they can Gary. Not there spot here in America. And I am just at a point this out. I don't appreciate it. I don't appreciate the doing this. And so we're going to talk about that. And I have a little bit of audio from Louie Gohmert where he talks about some of the options that the president could use. There has to be something done because we cannot dissenting thousand illegal aliens re just released into the country. Over the span of two weeks and that happened last month. So what we have to do is with to say, no, no, no, no this. This isn't going to work, and the Democrats are has to be a procedural maneuver something that can happen. We're gonna flush all that out. And we'll get you a ton of other content a little bit more about me. You can find my website. Stacey on the right dot com. It's at Stacey. On the right on Twitter and Instagram and Facebook pages, stay Santa right show. You can go there, and you know, peruse around. Enjoy yourself gets a lay of the land. I'm a mom and a wife, and then of course, air force veteran nominated television host, and I've done a bunch of things for the NRA and some writing and things like that. In fact, I have a really nice piece coming out this month in the ring of freedom magazine. It was a long form interview that I did with a group of women out of California. Who are amazing? They call them the themselves third Thursday. And so that's out this month and ring a freedom. One of the NRA publications, and then of course, you know, don't forget if you are anywhere near Indianapolis. You want to be that's where the inter annual meetings are going to be held. And I am trying like the dickens to get there on the heels of being down at my syndicator actually doing my show live from there. So I'm hoping that I can basically like a ping pong ball. Go from the Saint Louis metro to the Tupelo area and then back up to Indianapolis if I can make that happen. I'll be dragging our eighteen year old son along with me for the ride because he's graduating this year, and he has yet to take one at these fun work trips with his mom, so he's going to join me. So all right. So that's how you can find out more about me. If you go to anyone of those websites, and but right now. Want to talk about this story this artificial intelligence ethic sports. So first off if you're wondering why they need an artificial intelligence ethics board or why Kay Coles James was even tapped to do anything with it. Well, here's here's how this whole thing works. So they had eight people that they chose to participate in us, and what they were interested in was the connection that Kay Coles James has to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA, she happens to be on one of their boards. So she's connected in that way, she has an extensive history of public service, and she's just been really she. She's a person that she would want to know she serves on many, different boards. In addition to being the president of the Heritage Foundation. Now when you're talking about artificial intelligence, that's science political leanings. This should be an nonpartisan type of a deal. You should be looking for people who have connections to organizations that you want to enter. Face with on this work and that that should be the sole concern. So K Kohl's James satisfies that because of her connection to NASA it makes her a prime person of interest to be on this board. So what was the problem? What exactly was the horrible thing? The thing that she did that was so awful that basically put her out of contention. Well, she's a conservative. Now, it's not just that. She is the ultimate extra sin. She's committed of actually, you know, being permanently tanned, she's permanently tanned and she's a conservative. Now, if there's one thing that Democrats aren't going to tolerate it's black people being conservatives and running around and talking about it. But whoa, Beatty, you if you're a woman, and you're black, and you decide you're going you're going to be a conservative. You're going to think for yourself. You're going to do these things. No, it's not gonna be allowed. So what they're doing is again, she has to be smooth. Backed down. Now, the Google leadership come on, they're fine. They were fine with her being on there because in their minds and artificial intelligence kind of a discussion without NASA. It just doesn't work. They wanted to pull in the best people in the had liberals on their they had scientists. So it wasn't as if there wasn't a representation. In fact, I would say if you look at the political leanings of everyone else on the board that they were this this council that they were creating it was lot sided she was the lone conservative. Now, if this were political action committee that was geared towards electing Democrats, and they tapped a conservative to join that would be wouldn't it? But it's not this is an a scientific type of endeavor something that it just can't be that this woman couldn't have served there. So if you're wondering who is Kay Coles James well, first of all when she was a little girl, she integrated her school her first grade school that she ever went to she integrated it now aside from that because it had to be tough on her as a child she then went on to grow up and get a stellar education. She was the head of the office of personnel management. She oversaw one point six million employees there. Multiple multibillion dollar federal budget that she managed and opium recently honored her with an award because of her tenure there. She just such an amazing job. Now when they said and the official name of it, I should give you the official name. This. This news is all out of San Francisco. The the city in America, advanced technology. External advisory council, a t a c which I'm sure they had a cool like, it's an acronym. So they had to make some kind of a little catchy slogan out of it. But this council this advisory council was stood up. So that they could assemble artificial intelligence ethics. Type regulations rules whatever protocol, and they just have this one lone conservative that they that they brought onto the board. Now, they'd had another member of the board resign because they included in amongst their vaunted group of eight a drone company executive because they were concerned the person who resigned was concerned that the drug company executive with us the artificial intelligence in ways that would end up having military connections military uses. And that's a concern. I don't see why you would resign though. This this is this is how I've always done it, and I served on boards and committees. And as school board in our kids school district when they were in public school, and what I found was I could protest and yell loudly from the corner, I could even have a Bullhorn or or one of those megaphones or I could be in the room sitting on the committee, and I could voice my concerns there. And it's amazing only one voice is needed to add to the conversation to bring clarity to bring bring the conversation back to some semblance of common sense. You have to be in that room. Now, perhaps that salient point that I just made is the reason why they didn't want Kay Coles James on committee because they're thinking just one black woman who's a conservative. She could totally radically alter the direction of what we want to do with its artificial intelligence, and they could be right. But it just shows you how weak their ideas are that. They can't stand any. Opposition whatsoever. And again, it was her connection to NASA. That was the reason why she was pulled in. So they had a petition online. They were demanding that Google remove her from the council now. This is the council was formed a week like a week before this story broke a couple of days ago. But why did they say she needs to be pulled off? Well, here's the quote from them. She is a history of being vocally anti trans anti LGBTQ an anti immigrant now. She's a conservative that does not conservatism doesn't equal being anti anything. It means you wanna see traditional morals and foundations maintained. It's it's a totally different concept. There's not hate there's not fear. She's not transphobic, homophobic. No one. No one is. No, I've never met a person who's literally afraid of transgender people or LGBTQ people. I've never met a person like that. No one's afraid of them. So the other quote, they had is kind of amazing. They posted this on media and selecting James Google is making clear that it's version of ethics values proximity to power over the wellbeing of trans people other LGBTQ people and immigrants. They just tossed them in willy nilly. What what do they mean? What exactly has she done? So again, they have twenty three hundred signatures from academics, Google, employees and others, including technology industry. Peers all pansies and..

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"three hundred signatures" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty thousands, though people signing petition in New York City to rename the block in front of the Trump Tower after former President Barack Obama. A move on petition started by Elizabeth Rowan calling for the stretch of Fifth Avenue between fifty six and fifty seventh street to be renamed President Barack h Obama avenue. Petition would require the president President Trump to formerly changed the address of his Trump Tower building. Whereas twenty twenty reelection campaign will be headquartered on the fifteenth floor the measure at nearly four three four thousand three hundred signatures as of this morning. That'd be funny for backfired with all the name recognition from Obama going and Trump now the credit. Yeah. And the two thousand twenty. Boy. I wonder if there's are there any streets being planned the thank after to be named after President Trump. Is it? They say we requested New York City mayor and city council do the same by renaming a block of Fifth Avenue after the former president who saved our nation from the great recession. Achieve too many other accomplishments to list and who's two terms in office were completely scandal-free this according to the petition stretch freeway in LA recently renamed after the former commander in chief for the street to be renamed in New York City. The New York City council would have to approve the measure by Bill de Blasio within after sign off on the the name change. Council unanimously voted last month to rename a street after the renowned hip hop group Wu Tang clan. Rooting. Yeah. As well. As other rappers rapper Notorious B I g singer Woody Guthrie. But anyhow swing left on ice tea. Yeah. You just head right? Exactly. The streets around here aren't much better who named these streets watt. How Arden me man love. Don't get me started. Just you had right on down to. To Tang clan boulevard. And then you make a right on President Barack h Obama avenue and then real quick right there on Woody Guthrie lane. Yeah. What's it all intersect with watt and how? Oh boy. He just do anything with this guy. I mean, anything to ruffle feathers. You know what I mean? The same thing in Chicago Caen, he couldn't he'd change a three the find out where I'm going to be hard for him to find out where former President Obama lives and changed name a history to Donald Trump or offer pick a middle. Initial trump. About Jeff and Somerset. Hey, jeff. Yeah. I bet. Oh, good. Are you doing you're doing all right? Just just as well as I can be what's on your mind tonight. Jeff. Well, I wanted to welcome Gavin into town. You know, sure, great guy. I really want to get to know. I got some questions form and stuff. L who does your hair? Right. What's the hair gel? I think this is a great idea. Jeff what because we are welcoming a new neighbor in a town as as listeners to this show. I think that because listen we care about our community. I think we should all do like what you're doing right now. Jeff call up and give a message to Gavin Newsom and his lovely family, welcoming them. What do you have to say to the new governor as he comes into Sacramento? How do we welcome? So interrupted near your on your about his hair gel in such the like this. And then I'd like, you know, who does who buys them on his suits. He's looking guy and all that. Shines the shoes forum. I'm really interested in that. Sure. On dogs. I liked it all kind of dog. He has. I'm always interested in dogs. Ways my taxes, baby them. I'm ready. You ready to raised Jeff? Take take everything I got baby. Well, Jeff, thank you prime the pump on this one. So why don't we follow Jeffs lead from it? I mean, how would it? How do we welcome Gavin and his family be nice now, though, Jeff is very nice. I'd like to take him out fishing..

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"three hundred signatures" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"People pouring counter being encouraged to come to the administration building. And they're going to hold a vigil prayers to be offered for the police officer injured in the line of duty. He'll be remembered tonight. Can't say yes for each people in the community to comfort each other. The police officer remains hospitalized today in critical condition officer Dale would woods was hit directing traffic after a crash last weekend into the police department is never reeling from from. What's happened that the chief said he wished he had fifty officers like like, this one the hope is I guess for recovery. But like I said, they'll come together tonight praying kind of just of the be together there ever charges against the driver at this point. No Cincinnati police have taken over the investigation just to make sure that. Yeah. I did want any potential conflicts. It's a pretty much routine. So they'll have since I police have do all the investigation. And then sure it'll be turned over to the prosecutor at that point police officer just out doing his job. I just I don't understand that mean typically you're going to have flashing lights. It's an accident emergency. Everybody's going maybe ten miles an hour as a creep by it is not like it was interstate or something like that. But you just don't don't but police the police, so hopefully, it'll be a timetable on a whim. We'll find out more details about the actual caused the accident and the other people involved, okay? Coming up Arnold at five thirty and we'll talk about efforts to try and get the government reopen the president at one point yesterday sounded optimistic that maybe something might be reached in terms of compromise with congress, but doesn't sound quite as hopeful this morning. More than fifteen minutes radio. You're looking at five eighteen right now five eighteen and the other political games continue. We know how the petition of foot in in New York. To rename segment of road for the former president to be called President Barack h Obama avenue. It's a move on petition started by Elizabeth Rowan calling for the stretch of Fifth Avenue between fifty six and fifty seventh streets to be renamed. President Barack h Obama avenue. What do you think is on that street Fifth Avenue? That would be Trump Tower. Rename the street. So the potential will require President Trump to formerly changed the address of the Trump Tower building where his twenty twenty reelection campaign. It'll be headquartered on the fifteenth floor the measure had forty three hundred signatures as of Friday morning. Reads, we request the New York City mayor and city council do the same by renaming a block of Fifth Avenue after the former president who saved our nation from the great recession achieve too many other accomplishments to list and his two terms in office were completely scandal free. And one stretch of the L A freeway was recently named after Obama for the street to be renamed New York City council would have to approve the measure and the mayor to sign off on the on the name changes. Well, so we'll see where it goes from here. Five nineteen five nineteen at seven hundred w l w checking your sports ahead. Checking your weather in just a second got mention Kerry automotive still has their end of year sale going on we'll call it the beginning of the next year sale because all the twenty eight teams right now are marked way way way down. You can save a lot of money in a car right about now and nowhere better than a carry them out of the deals are all laid out of Kerry automotive dot com. It's every brand they have which Chevy Hyundai Toyota Nissan, Mazda, VW, four Buick GMC. And then there are additional specials on there. You'll see him and you go to the website. They just jump right off the page at you. And then stopped by there's one somewhere near you. Because Kerry automotive is right by you in every way. Again, the deals are at Carey automotive dot com. Hey, alexa. What's everyone talking about getting.

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"three hundred signatures" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

11:11 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Are back. It is the wall cell. It's good to be back on a Friday. What a short week for some of us. Sure week brothers. It's business as usual either way. Great to have you with us tonight. Commuting listening. We are very grateful as always if your home listening grateful, no matter what. And of course, being that it is a Friday night. Lots to get to will always take your calls. But keeping it light. Trying to do that all week. But last night, we got into a nice discussion about art and fair and such. So any of this stuff? A comment or an opinion please feel free to join in. Plus, you don't want Fridays. We do to kind of open up the lines for you in case, something on your mind. Random thought of any kind is something on your mind. I don't know. I'm trying to steer clear of things. Like should we impeach the president or not? Gosh, man. Impeach. Yes. Or no or funding for the border wall. I know it's important. I know all that stuff's important. But you hear about it all day. So we try to pick up the slack pick up all the rest of the stuff the stuff that kind of fits through the cracks. But I don't dictate to you. When I when I say, we can open the phone lines for you. If there's something on your mind. It's what's on your mind. And on Friday nights. We do that. We'll have new neighbours here in Sacramento. Very happy. What do you think about Gavin in his family Gavin Newsom common to Sacramento, our new neighbours? Governor elect Gavin Newsom and his family will be moving right here to the governor's mansion in downtown Sacramento. This'll be on Monday. He is he's wife is two children two dogs and their rabbit will be making a move here to Sacramento. Noor current governor weld governor Jerry Brown moved out of his office and the mansion on Friday. Do you think he's moves his own furniture? You think he's out there? Do you think he does like like most people do like? So what are you doing Friday? People back door you on that one move that move to. It's not like, hey, you know, Friday after move. I was hoping you could help me say, hey, hey, what are you ought to Friday. What are you going on this week? Oh, nothing. I hadn't really thought about really I need help moving. Oh. I wonder if the governor now former governor, I guess or current governor. But Jerry Brown if he does. What you doing Friday? Get the pizza as if that's gonna make the whole thing better. Go and get a couple of pizzas have your friends hall. Your fridge. The sneaky suspicion that he had some help. Probably professional movers. Anyhow. When you think about Gavin coming into Sacramento being our new neighbor marked voice guys here candle is here. Somehow, I don't see governor Brown with those orange to persons straps that you put under the furniture with a buddy to move the heavy furniture. I. I don't see him take the old rusty Dolly. And and trying to get it over the the the over the curb step there. He's got the Dalai out there Easter. Yeah. I don't see that. Either to see that starting to get the fifty four drawer dresser out. We're gonna have to go through the garage. Yeah. Man. So. So Gavin will be moving to town the historic governor's mansion located at fifteenth and h streets. It was constructed in eighteen seventy seven features a swimming pool was used as the backdrop of Brown's reelection victory in two thousand fourteen and then governor Brown moved into the mansion in October of twenty fifteen before Brown's move. The mansion was used as a state park Mansion House thirteen California governors until Ronald and Nancy Reagan moved out. Because it's haunted. Right. So we all welcome the newsome's down. Yeah. So you can call him that if you like again, actually give you the phone number nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty one eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty year toll free numbers. I did see also speaking of sort of. Government officials in elected officials things like that. I see there is now a petition to call to rename the street in front of Trump Tower after President Obama that's a slick move nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty by the way, if you do have a comment, if there's something on your mind that you just like to get off your mind tonight. Get off your chest feel free to give us a call can be about anything. Anything nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty one eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty thousands, though people signing petition in New York City to rename the block in front of the Trump Tower after former President Barack Obama. A move on petition started by the Lisbon Rowan calling for the stretch of Fifth Avenue between fifty six and fifty seven th street to be renamed President Barack h Obama avenue. Petition would require the president President Trump. The formerly changed the address of his Trump Tower building. Whereas twenty twenty reelection campaign will be headquartered on the fifteenth floor the measure at nearly four three four thousand three hundred signatures as of this morning. That'd be funny. If it backfired with all the name recognition from Obama going to Trump now the credit, and you know, yeah. And the two thousand twenty. Boy. I wonder if there's are there any streets being planned the thank after to be named after President Trump. Is it? They say we requested New York City mayor and city council do the same by renaming a block of Fifth Avenue after the former president who saved our nation from the great recession. Achieve too many other accomplishments to list and who's two terms in office were completely scandal-free this according to the petition stretch freeway in LA recently renamed after the former commander in chief for the street to be renamed New York City, the New York City council would have to approve the measure by Bill de Blasio who within after sign off on the the name change. Council unanimously voted last month to rename a street after the renown hip hop group Wu Tang clan. Yeah. As well. As other rappers rapper Notorious B I g singer Woody Guthrie. But anyhow swing left on ice tea. Yeah. Had you just head right? Exactly. The streets around here aren't much better who named these streets watt. How Arden me man love. Don't get me started. You had right on down to. To Tang clan boulevard. And then you make a right on President Barack h Obama avenue and then a real quick right there on Woody Guthrie lane. Yeah. Which sit all intersect with watt and how. Oh boy. He just do anything with this guy. I mean, anything to ruffle feathers. You know what I mean? The same thing in Chicago Caen, he couldn't he changed street. The find out where I'm going to be hard for him to find out where former President Obama lives and changed the name and history to Donald Trump or J proper pick a middle initial Trump. About Jeff and Somerset. Hey, jeff. Yeah. I bet. Good. Are you doing you're doing all right? I'm doing just as well as I can be what's on your mind tonight. Jeff. Well, I wanted to welcome Gavin into town. You know, sure, great guy. I really want to get to know. I got questions form and stuff. L who does your hair? Right. What's the hair gel? I think this is a great idea. Jeff what because we are welcoming a new neighbor in a town. And as as listeners to the show, I think that because listen we care about our community. I think we all do like what you're doing right now. Jeff call up and give a message to Gavin Newsom and his lovely family, welcoming them. What do you have to say to the new governor as he comes into Sacramento? How do we welcome? I interrupted near you're on. You're talking about his hair gel, and such I like this. Yeah. And then I'd like, you know, who does who invited them on his suits. He's a sharp looking guy. Shines shoes for them. I'm really interested in that. Sure. On dogs. I liked in all kinds of dog. He has I'm always interested in dogs. So. Wave my taxes, baby. Raise them. I'm ready. You ready to have raised Jeff. Yeah. Get take everything I got baby. Well, Jeff, I thank you prime the pump on this one. So why don't we follow Jeffs lead from it? I mean, how would it? How do we welcome Gavin and his family be nice now, though, Jeff was very nice. I'd like to take him out fishing. A little your little shore fishing up its life park or something. Yeah. Well, you never know. He may be listening right now. Jeff. Governor Newsom if you're listening, Jeff like to take you fly fishing, so and he liked to know what cream you're using your hair. So he can give us a call. We greatly. Appreciate that. Well, I wanna see how he'd betas hook. So not fishing thing. Jeff happy new year. If gives us a call you'll hear it first we'll hook you guys up to go to that. I heard he's a master baiting the hook Z, right? Robert and south Sokolow, Robert. I'm just going to put him on hold right now. Then we'll just put him on hold..

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"three hundred signatures" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"In regards to impaired drivers on the holiday stretch. One had a gun Providence Journal says the police say troopers say another was driving with a switchblade how about this one with a counterfeit registration plate and the presence of alcohol state police said even clocked one guy going at one hundred and fourteen miles an hour. Sixteen people charged with driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs over the holiday stretch. That's according to the state police those arrests span the period of December twentieth to January the second when the state police crackdown on drunken driving over the busy holiday period. Driving with a switchblade interesting a years long legal dispute between providence a city councilman and the state rep apparently is back before a judge hears won't Beutel from eyewitnesses. Luis aponte pleaded not guilty in two thousand seventeen to four criminal charges, including embezzlement for allegedly misusing his campaign funds years before that court documents indicate in two thousand five the providence democrat helped Lincoln state Representative Greg Costantino with a providence tax hills. But when the deal fell through records show, the city gave up Ponti a thirty seven thousand dollar check, even though it was Constantinos money in a deposition tied to Kostantinos two thousand twelve lawsuit. A party said he paid ten thousand dollars back to. Costantino? But when asked where the rest of the money was a Ponte said, quote, the money was spent I mishandled the money. So I thought more about the Ponti also said during the deposition he tried to work out a payment plan with Costantino. A judge would later grant a default judgment against a Ponti for just over one hundred and thirty nine thousand dollars that amount remains unpaid with a Ponti telling us he hopes to resolve this issue this year, he will be sworn in on Monday, a pre-trial conference on the criminal case is scheduled for Tuesday as well you till my witness news and target twelve Mark Reynolds in today's Providence Journal says in the city of Cranston, the garden garden city alliance is on a mission to organize robust opposition against the developer's proposal for golf related entertainment facility on the expensive former citizens Bank property route right along route thirty seven that's new chapel view both the planned walk through of the site at one hundred Sockanosset cross roads on Saturday morning and. Public hearing before cranston's plan commission at seven PM on Tuesday commenced in high school east. They're important to the campaign. That's according to the opponent from the alliance in an interview on Thursday with the Providence Journal critics from that alliance told the pro-jo that the proposed top Gulf facility would bring unwanted additional traffic to the area as well. As light and noise pollution saying that we're not opposed to a development of top golf. That's according to the alliance's, founder Pauline DeRosa. She said, it's just not appropriate for chapel view because it's going to add another layer of traffic there the project site that's a twenty two acre parcel of land. That's Jason to cranston's central public library and Pawtucket credit union and other nearby properties. That also buffer the site from the closest neighborhood with single family homes developer of the project is the carbonaro properties. And they tend to rent the proposed facility to top golf, so neighbors. They're not in favor of that. In Fall River during special meetings on Tuesday the city. The council voted eight to one to hold a recall election of March twelfth that couldn't see second second-term mayor Jesse career. According to the Fall River news. The potential candidates can now take petitions to collect three hundred signatures from registered voters on Friday from the board of elections. So let the recall begin supreme court allows the foxy lady strip club in providence to reopen temporarily excuse me gentlemen's club. The club was ordered closed last month after several prostitution arrests were made and the city's licensing board then revoked all of its licenses but the State Department of business regulation later said the establishment could get its liquor license back. And now the supreme court ruling yesterday restores the FOX's entertainment license while it appeals the decision to close it down permanently. Now, the court did agree to take full arguments in April. If the matter is not solved in mediation. In the meantime, foxy ladies VIP area, though has to stay close because that's where the alleged behavior took place the foxy lady, according to the providence. The journal was on the city board of licenses agenda on Thursday night. But was pulled the request of the club before the state supreme court ruling, the court's decision also referred the case to mediation, usually that's a sign that the courts prodding both of these sides to settle their differences. The ruling gave the club its food licensed back as well. The liquor license was not before the supreme court. Now, a spokesperson for providence, mayor Jose allures his office. That's Emily crawl. She said that the city is reached out to the department of business. Regulation for clarification of what the supreme court decisions means for the liquor license asked if the police department's going to take any extra measures to monitor the foxy lady, Crowley said that the police would quote evaluate that decision. And we'll determine how to appropriately respond within the coming days. All right. Here's my bold prediction on what's going to happen. Foxy lady will continue to run it will not be shut down permanently. But those VIP rooms will be shut down permanently. So that's just my prediction put that in a mayonnaise jar and see where it goes. When Rhode Island developers under some serious scrutiny now following some military housing probes. Here's Tim white. From eyewitness news, we're providing a much better product today that was providing the past Rhode Island developer, John in his East Greenwich.

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"three hundred signatures" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Where he tweeted and i quote north korean leader kim jong wound just stated that the nuclear button is on his desk at all times we'll someone from this depleted and foodstarved regime please inform him that i too have a nuclear button but it's much bigger and more powerful than his and my button works unquote is the kind of thing you're talking about yes that tweet twice the reason for our issuing the statement now we have about three hundred signatures on that statement it will be given to both the cabinet and congress members that tweet the continual insistence on the belligerant taunting and provocation is a very concerning sign and also in the context of a lot of a signs of violence that he has shown such as verbal aggressiveness his history of boasting about sexual assault inciting violence at his rallies endorsing violence and key speeches he has shown attraction to violence and powerful weapons and the increase provocation of not only hostile nations but also allies although signs have been pointing toward danger and as you said is beginning it's the public safety that you're concerned about because he is in control of the world's most powerful military yes and immediately at his disposal the ability to order launch weapons that are capable of destroying the world many times over and uh the last time we checked there are no checks in between his order and launching them within five minutes no distil the side for second feared could this also just be hugh bruce just as someone with a really large we can ego who suddenly found himself rushed into the presidency.

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"three hundred signatures" Discussed on 1A

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02:02 min | 4 years ago

"three hundred signatures" Discussed on 1A

"Member of women usaid hundred and fifty i think in my mind i remember it was somewhere to the the eventual letter got north of two hundred fifty or three hundred signatures these women they were bled slater's lobbyists staffers people who formerly worked in the capital even nancy pelosi's daughter signed on issues of vicechair of the state democratic party saying this culture is pervasive in a state like california in in in sacramento it's one of the most liberal legislatures in the country if it's happening there it's happening everywhere else and in the course of my reporting it was more difficult for me to find a woman who had not experienced harassment then one who had and these people who i talked to on a regular basis who usually are so happy to talk about whatever issue they are pushing that day were sobered deeply sobered by the deserve the weight that they were feeling to tell their own stories and i mean i heard stories from from arizona from illinois from kansas from maryland from rhode island you named a bunch of the other states to it is it at again it's more difficult to find a woman who has not experienced us than someone who has and before we get to far down the road were are going to focus on state governments but of course we should acknowledge the story that broke today about nbc's bat lower the longtime cohost of its day show who was fired over accusations of sexual harassment on the job npr tv critic eric dagens is reporting this out further he's been monitoring the coverage and nbc stephanie goss is reporting that the incident that resulted in lowers firing happened at the sochi olympics in 2014 and apparently the inappropriate sexual behavior continued beyond the games that's coming from npr's eric dagens new find more coverage of that throughout the day and onlinenprorg we are speaking to read wilson of the hill fa team agus graves of the national women's lost center and with you about sexual harassment in america's state capitals mike in wichita kansas rights while it's not directly related to sexual assault at was revealed about a month ago.

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