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02:51 min | 3 weeks ago

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"34, Todd Jeffries and Kenny Romeyer here on the top of Don. We're talking about the jobs report That's due out later this morning and the number of incredible job openings across this country. And while the fact that the government now says that Social Security is going to expire run out of cash in the year 2034 that's that's a big concern for people that are in their early fifties stopped at this is we have a caller said he was looking for a job, the National Federation of Independent Businesses. Job survey the number of jobs currently available that can't be filled is at an all time high. Wow. What? I see that as opportunity, right? Absolutely. Gym on 1 83. Good morning, guys. How are y'all doing? Great. What's going on? Well, I was I was listening to you on my way to the way the Gonzalez today and You know, Texas Now, as you know, with the abort with the anti abortion law, we're going to start putting up more numbers of as American born kids. In Texas, you fast board. 10 years or so to where Social Security supposedly failed. Well, you know another 10 years after that, we'll start having people paying in, but I do not put it past Of the the Democrats for taking advantage of the situation. And saying, That's the reason why we more need more illegal aliens to be brought out of the shadows. And to be put on into paying into IRS paying social Security or to bring more Afghan ease, or whatever you know, like they did with this airlift of 101 100,000 that we don't even know who they are to give them. Ever since should citizenship. And right to vote just so that they can say Well, we need to shore up social security. It will also be recent for them to delve in and hit our four Oh one K accounts attacks that they will not lift. Any crisis go to waste and they were able just father push their agenda. They don't really care if it fails. Well, yeah, you're saying the depleting of the Social security funds. Is a way for the Democrats to tap into your 401 K. They'll have to come up with some kind of solution to solve the Social Security crisis and, uh well, that's a fear of mine, too. There's been a lot of talk of that, Jim They will do it on all different levels Any which way that they can. It's all different layers of an onion that they appeal to suit their own needs. I got you, man. I hear what you're saying. Jim Jump in at 51283605 90 Tech news..

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01:35 min | 9 months ago

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"9 31 Todd Jeffries and don Prior. Hey, you found the tide of Don show about that jump in here at 51283605 90. Yeah, Absolutely. How's the wife? She everything. Good. Everybody have a happy and healthy It was fine. Keeping the coffin away. Yeah, man. I told you, my my father in law got cocoa and somehow 86 years old All these other issues and he beat it. He beated 86. Yeah, 86. I gotta be honest with you on. I hate to say this, But when I when I heard that he had it, which was a shock to everybody. You know, we've been making sure he stays at home as much as possible. Right now. I was shocked. And honestly, I was thinking this is it. I'm gonna lose my father in law that I mean he was the classic. Classic example of who would not do well with Kobe and the guy beat it and some cold, more abilities. He's got some good, good, something going on. I wonder if there's a connection between very healthy head of hair. And someone that meets Cove it because this guy has got but that scares you. He has got a healthy head of hair like I've never seen before. A shock of gray man and and it's just he's rocking assed far as the hair goes. Gee, I wonder if there's some kind of connection there. How do you know? I don't know. I'm kind of correlation. You're the scientist. I don't know, man. Anyone know, anyway, jump in here at five. Glad he's better. Yeah, And that's good. That's a good story raising that's Ah, We need some good stories, things time. Just a reminder to folks people recover from Cove..

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04:23 min | 1 year ago

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"J. 7 30 for Todd Jeffries. And don Prior. Ladies and gentlemen, you have found the tide of done. Sean in here in the world of Tech news, brought to you by nerds in a flash uber has made an offer to buy delivery service Postmates for $2.6 billion. Now that's more than you and I have in our pockets right now combined light this, according to The New York Times. Yeah. The potential deal, the latest in a wave of attempts to consolidate the industry when aim to boost Uber's food delivery arm Uber it's following the collapse of the merger talks with the rival Grubhub. Although demand has soared for tofu delivery during the pandemic, it's it's often not very profitable. In fact, a lot of restaurants just don't like it Postmates a struggle to compete with the bigger competitors while simultaneously planning an initial public offering. That, according to Reuters reports, got a full report on that on the front page Might linked in account at Todd Jeffries jump in here 51283605 90 So many things on the table this morning, including the word that's well, you may be wearing a mask here in town in Austin, Texas, Travis County for at least another year. That's what the mayor is saying. That's what Dr Marcus Scott is saying. At least that's what he told County commissioners yesterday. Here's the mayor. Wait. Need Teo moved to stage five were returned to shots and vice depends on unity Does the more we slowed down the transmission of the virus? The better chance we have to begin the economy open, ultimately keeping people safer. Only now lower. For the next 9 to 12 months until we have an effective vaccine available to the public, I don't want to feel is hard to communicate. But we simply must do. We're gonna be wearing masks until we have Ah, Ah, vaccine. There you go. That's the mayor rather eyes. I'm making this up right now. So sit in this interview. Yeah. I mean, it's just like, Hang on. I got pulled some out of my butt here real quick. One year we gotta move. Gotta wear these things for another year. Where'd you get that? Right out of my butt. Douglas just now, Anthony found she's been talking about having a vaccine by the end of the year early next year. But the mayor is already setting the stage. Now we're going to be well into the mid 2021 Still wearing a mask, so don't relax. No one. Relax. Please be afraid. Please, Please be very, very Ah, very, very negative about the future. If you will. The virus is not political. The virus doesn't watch doesn't know anything about economics and don't know it just jumps from person to person. If there's another person, it can jump, too. So if you want to stop the virus, you have to stop her from jumping from person to person. Because we're on a trajectory right now, and if we don't change things overwhelm our hospital's probably sometime mid to late July, the mayor is making an argument for a complete shutdown. He's still contemplating that idea of another shutdown for 35 days. He's preparing you. That's what he's doing. He's going to make that announcement. This is just my hunch. I don't know this for sure. But my hunch is they're going to come out tomorrow Thursday. And basically shut things down just before Fourth of July weekend, Okay? I don't understand, though. I thought that the governor was that that basically that the mayor has no power to do that. Yeah, that's already been proven through. The governor says the city's can do things they can shut. Things down is what the governor says. Nobody wants to take responsibility on this front, the mayor or the governor. Nobody wants to take the lead and take really responsibility for the actions. They're busy pointing fingers like all good politicians do Here's the mayor. So now it's up to people in the community. How badly is the community want Teo to avoid those things? How completely community changed? I wish she'd followed up with, Please stop. You're protesting at the police department because you're spreading the virus. I wish you would say that, but he can't get that He can't do that, because he's such a politician and just continues to pander to that crowd..

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02:36 min | 1 year ago

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"6 30 for Todd Jeffries. And don Prior. Yes, sir. In the world of Tech news brought to you by nerds in a flash, Facebook is facing a growing boycott from a host of major brands over the alleged laws, a fair add policy. That's some argue, spreads hate division and misinformation, However, recent reports side to major issues around the boycotts. First report from Virg argues that the demands from the company's remain vague and sometimes already parts of Facebook's policy. Second. Brian Funk on CNN argues that these advertisers may barely make a dense in Facebook's revenues, which you know comes from small and medium sized businesses and got that story on my linked in page at Todd Jeffries. You could jump in here at 51283605 90 when what the kids be back in the classroom, and that depends on where you live in America. It depends on where you live here locally to eight school district, working on their own plan a ce to win and how the kids will be in the classroom. Maybe some will be doing remote learning in some cases. Healthy Human Services Secretary Alex A's are on the kids back in the classroom. Well, here's what he had to say. Basically of some interesting conversation yesterday in a Senate committee hearing. You don't need to have everyone in auditoriums. You couldn't have some of those congregate settings you would not, you would have made you might have fewer kids in each classroom. Have the dust be socially distance within the classrooms Instead of having the kids eating in the cafeteria. Have them eating at their desks. There you go Healthy Human secretary Sorry, Alex Cesar. And as you know, the Austin School district has been working on a plan to get kids back to class August of mid August. Ah, and we heard from earlier this morning from the local teachers Union Education, Austin. They would like for education to be 1% online next semester. That's what they're calling. I'm just not hearing anything about kids getting this. I'm hearing no reports of this. You're hearing the opposite. Actually, In fact, Rand Paul, the Republican from Kentucky, highlighted that in a conversation with Dr Anthony found yesterday, there's tons of data. And dozens of other countries that that indicates that the kids it's okay to go back to school. In fact, someone from the World Health Organization of scientists actually member this, she held a press conference talking about it. It said that you know, it's hard for the kids to spread it if they get it, it's very mild. That sort of thing. The mortality rate near zero and she was immediately shunned and told to shut up, and they removed that content from their website. There's a problem. You got scientists.

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04:40 min | 1 year ago

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"Six forty seven Todd Jeffries and Patrick Osborne here on the topic done showing Andy is on the team good morning and good morning yes Sir Hey look obviously we need to be cautious of where a sloop and alert about this virus but are we really prepared as a nation to take a position that's been undermined confidence and every single sector of our economy well we don't want to that's for sure we don't want the economy to crumble yeah let's let's try to avoid them I think so so what can we do then what is what can the government do hand out of a face mask and a bottle of your elder everybody what more do we expect them to do we as individuals have to take responsibility for our own health yeah absolutely we have to do that yeah yes we can't we can't expect the government's going to come up with a solution and then what forty eight hours is going to somehow Restos pandemic it we have to take measures into our own hands if we decide to cancel travel we cancel travel if we decide we're going to stay home we're gonna stay home if we decide not to send our children smuggled them we've made that decision let's be clear it is this is this is not a permanent thing this is temporary this too will pass okay so what do you think will happen in this economy with oil and where it is and let's say let's say for one month the no filters in and out of Austin visit the restaurants or hotels in this town to be devastated what is going to end it is going to devastate the acting right isn't devastate the local economy for that sector and it's going to have a ripple effect throughout the entire economy all services all the construction trade it will impact every single thing I'm so in my opinion we have things to do in this country we have things to build we have contracts to pull bill we have careers to pursue and we better be about doing with with with just some smarts about how how much exposure we allow ourselves in our normal day in laughter to you'll be subject to the virus spread but I agree if they if they're suspecting that seventy percent of us are going to catch it a couple of doctors are predicting about one third of the nation could come down with it and most of those people will be just fine just fine you and I will be just fine but the elderly with compromised immune systems are the are the real risk here here are within minutes of terrible the number numerical values on that are just terrible to consider I'm just wondering I mean we already got a lot of living centers retirement homes and you know imposing a new protocols for testing people before they come in which makes perfect sense to me you have so many people died that living center in Washington state this morning if you're if you're over seventy if you change your day today maybe showed up you know just especially to get some other issues health wise R. Michael checking in from Sanatan good morning Hey good morning how are you guys doing good Michael I am calling on all you wanted to say that I do we should be a lot more concerned about this virus going on are the reason that begun testing so we don't even know the real numbers which I'm sure my tire and ideal by little they're getting us ready for it because they keep saying that the numbers will spike drastically and we couldn't get testing done because they couldn't figure out who's going to pay for the test South Korea started testing right away they have tried to testing we're doing great on testing we haven't started testing because they couldn't figure out who's going to pay for your testing people all the time what are you talking about we've ramped up all kinds of facilities here locally across the state across the country people are being tested yeah twenty five tests every day he just at the Austin lab right people are being tested if they want more capacity don't answer that fear leroy checking in from del valley good morning yeah good morning guys yeah yes Sir you're on the air go ahead okay yeah I got I just called in there I'm sixty seven and I'm still workin I work around the hospitals in the area and merit FAQ I guide plane tickets take a trip to Utah here demanded a month this one and I'm not worried about it what about that's good that's good leroy that's that's good I mean it's it's it's good not to panic but what do you do not are you not concerned about the possibility of the others and that it does say you did get it and you did you weren't affected what about the other people might come in contact with us at a concert at what we can say that about really anything going around can't because you're at a certain.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

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"BJ everybody Todd Jeffries here along with don prior this is the best of the tada don show but stay with us we're live coming up at five thirty a news radio que L. B. J. breezy in the morning today otherwise pleasant with plenty of sunshine highs seventy one for tonight we'll see star lit skies low tonight forty five from the weather center I'm Brian may twice is it's a good time to be a doer and it's a good time to join the home depot now hiring no home improvement experience no problem they'll train you apply at home depot dot com slash careers or text jobs to five two two seven zero message and data rates apply the home depot is an equal opportunity employer delivery you loading up on things from Walmart yeah I use my new Capital One Walmart rewards card it is unlimited five percent back on everything I buy from Walmart online see what's five percent back five percent what with the capital one Walmart rewards card earns unlimited rewards including five percent back at Walmart on mine on top of Walmart's everyday low prices what's in your wallet terms and conditions apply Capital One USA an EA hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans America's largest mortgage lender let's talk credit card debt for a minute if you feel you're carrying too much of it you're not alone the average household in the U. S. carries over eight thousand dollars in credit card debt ready for some good news with a cash out refinance from quicken loans you can quickly and easily put some of the equity in your home to good use by paying off a lot of that high interest credit card debt a.

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02:27 min | 1 year ago

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"Seven Todd Jeffries and don prior okay stay with us got the rush update that's coming up at six oh nine some lawmakers and one gun friendly states should want to ban firearms from the workplace while some in another stage they wanna make carrying a concealed weapon a whole lot easier some lawmakers in Nebraska's nonpartisan legislature pushing to ban guns from the state capital after advocates showed up at a hearing with loaded semi automatic weapons to protest gun control bills Nebraska allows gun owners to openly carry rifles and handguns in most public places but the incident last week terrified and angered some members of the legislature others criticized the display but noted protesters were within their legal rights meanwhile Idaho's house of representatives approving a bill to allow people eighteen and older who can legally possess firearms to carry concealed weapons without a permit or training within city limits Idaho already allows concealed carry in rural areas Steve Rappaport fox news five forty eight the length of I. thirty five in Austin will see seven point five billion dollars worth of redevelopment expansion at tech stocks engineer Tucker Ferguson says the project will overhaul and add lanes to a congested interstate between two ninety and Ben white Boulevard expansion of I. thirty five in this area is going to be two new main lines and they would be non tolled managed lanes as well as an additional frontage lane road in each direction so it gives us an additional three ladies direction one option is to tear down the upper decks and dig underground but now that we've gotten to go ahead with funding we will do several different design alternatives and go out to public meetings to get public input through our outreach program to get their opinions on the tech side explains those no non tolled managed lanes could turn into HOV lanes and believe this would improve the flow of traffic by getting people to carpool or using buses as well the central Texas regional mobility authority approves a new video feed in hopes of clearing crashes more quickly right now crash information is shared cross various departments by phone or email or text and CTR may says its video feeds have not been shareable until now that is the Jeremy's Tracy brown says text daughter AB T. for example could tap into this feed pinpoint a trouble spot and address a crash much more efficiently text that does allow us to see their video fees they're just not shots though they don't have the same technology the video can also be shared online total cost is more than two hundred fifty three thousand dollars over three years the system is on pace to be implemented before the end.

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05:31 min | 1 year ago

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"Todd Jeffries and don prior yeah you can always jump in here any time five one two eight three six zero five ninety violence is on the rise in Austin that according to our police chief Brian manly following a dozen shootings and assaults in less than a week he says Austin is still the fifth safest major city when it comes to violent crime but we are seeing changes we are seeing increases in violent crime we are seeing increases in the use of firearms but during commission of a violent crime no kidding we got a city council it's easy on crime we have a buffet of local judges that have been easy on crime over the past few years as of today we have a hundred and eighty vacancies in the police department we will graduated class January thirty first and then begin another class instead you worry however the proposed resolution that passed that could delay the June connect class will further delay us catching up with our staffing needs now the chief says there is some good news the state has more troopers that have increased our patrols that is under the direction of the governor and we will look to partner with them on initiatives throughout the city so we gave that please presence where it needs to be and we can have a response posture that will allow us to respond as quickly as possible to future calls for service now mainly says because of the recent shooting violence Austin has seen its second murder of the year so far already yeah yeah you got the story yesterday about the the neighborhood associations to wander all nightly patrols to stop Greenhalgh car thieves and burglars you got a wave of violence involving homeless people over the past well just the past few weeks alone yeah and if this is the shortage of police again a hundred and eighty policemen we have that shortage of a hundred ninety policemen that's huge that's a lot of people think about a hundred ninety people in a room it's a lot of people that we need to fill their in this last stabbing the stabbing there is near riverside drive in and and in Congress that we had were someone ended up dying than we had twenty people twenty twenty minute delay in the plan getting the twenty minutes long that's not a person accurate there I wasn't quite a twenty minute delay another call originally came in just a homeless person shouting in Austin Texas that's not a crime that would be so that's you know from the outset week day yeah from that first call is when that's how they got the twenty minutes yeah when it became violence it only took a handful of minutes for the cops to get there well it is it's still it's unfortunate that that's where the that's where they have to put the priorities when you have a homeless person that's acting up you know still a policeman should be responding more quickly they but they but they have to prioritize things so differently now because there are short so short handed they have to look at everything differently what what is the most important thing for us right now show I don't know homeless crazy person attacking an elderly man that seems pretty high priority exactly charter schools have you heard about this charter schools are taking a serious toll on the Austin school district budget Hey I UST chief finance and business officer Nicole Conley Johnson says charter schools are posing a real challenge could potentially put enormous pressure on the district's budget well that's that's good that's called competition she says over the past seven years charter school enrollment has more than doubled and she sees no sign of that trend reversing it's looking like her school growth could grow about eighty eight hundred students over the next several years which for a S. T. that can mean a distal losses of about fifty million per year she says a ISD right now charter's take about fifteen thousand a I guess the students you know his cost about a hundred million dollars in revenue per year they look at kids revenue by twenty twenty six the school year that could cost could climb to about a hundred and fifty nine million dollars they don't like the competition they just want your money and your kids they want the money before they want their kids as a matter of how we talked about yesterday what kind of rating would you give a I SD and it is pressure on them so get it together as the six oh nine in time for the rush update California's high speed train project is in shambles a lot of farmers were hurt by this boondoggle they owned prime property in California's bread basket which feeds millions of us the state Graham their lan using eminent domain and promised to pay market value but the farmers did not get a single penny and worse they had to pay for the enormous damage the contractors did their property the Los Angeles Times says the California authorities return to these farmers hundreds of times to get more land than they originally talk that's because they issued construction contracts before the design was finished so they have no idea how much land they were gonna need they made it up as they went along not only were farmers staffed it turns out that the high speed train Obama and Jerry Brown promised won't even be high speed if it's ever even finished it's already millions in the red it'll never attract enough writers to be profitable Jim all this misery for the global warming hoax that's why they did this in Obama and governor brown the Liberal Democrats responsible for this high speed swindle are no where in sight to have to answer for Hey it's a new year the perfect opportunity to take your business to the next level by hiring the right people but finding qualified candidates.

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08:15 min | 1 year ago

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"By forty seven Todd Jeffries and don prior morning here all the time and not show you know we often hear people complaining about how parking is well it's difficult to find in downtown Austin I mean you got so many people that live and work and play downtown they then you throw into the mix a mass of a wave of construction does construction workers have to have a place to park when they get there absolutely well a pilot program will require downtown construction projects that have parking mitigation plants this city is tackling the parking issue downtown related to construction people have long complained about the lack of spaces due to crew members arriving early in the morning to work on those projects taking up all the spaces for those you know that maybe working at nine o'clock in the morning right downtown well the Austin transportation department is now proposing a pilot program requiring construction projects they have a parking mitigation plan as part of it this site will find all sides our parking facilities and provide to one from transportation for those workers yeah they also have to provide them a certain number of free transit passes as well they say this pilot programs in last two to three years well I make sense so like a pilot program if it's going to last two to three years no no no sounds like the new policy that's just the way the gonna do it you're going to build something downtown you better have a place for your employees to park I I I understand the problem and I understand that the dilemma for both the construction workers in those that work nine to five down there every single day it's so hard to come by yeah that got to figure this out so that would be very frustrating me for sure absolutely that that that is such a consideration for so many people now having anything to do with downtown Dallas in there is well there's a lot of tension in the twitterverse this morning as of course you know what I mean if Donald Trump came out and said he he didn't like oxygen then you know people would start holding their breath right I made this morning in the twitterverse you got a lot of Democrats the Chuck Schumer's of the world that are so disappointed that the president don't didn't go to them first to let him know about this this this attack this this retaliation attack in Baghdad to try to make the world a safer place for us to live in well the former deputy commander of US forces in Afghanistan is giving strong praise this morning for ordering the attack that killed a bronze top general in the Middle East retired brigadier general Anthony Tara was on fox this morning explaining why this action is so important it was overdue we have been slowly increasing the troop presence for intelligence and logistics and some combat arms soldiers sailors airmen marines into for you because we had the intelligence that he ran at a drive to a Gemini in the region and so we have to ask ourselves what was sold money doing in Baghdad my sources are telling me all in very well well placed sources that we know he was there to further plan and execute attacks against Americans in so all this outcry about us attacking an individual now he was a terrorist he's a designated terrors leading and does a native terrorist organization and he's fair game after attacking U. S. property in people and all the of Baghdad U. S. embassy in Baghdad so this so this is a president that is very strong and resolute and executing our guy with a very clear strategy protecting US interests in the region you mentioned president Obama with his appeasement strategy did president what did president trump do compare that to what president Obama dead because many are saying that president Obama apiece to give a hundred and fifty billion dollars to arrive and this president is sending a clear message that they they can't get away with us that's looks that Friday's lay on what what you've seen is that your previous guest talked very eloquently about how we had eyes on Seoul of money in this is a man I I remind you're viewing audience that supplied the Olympics flows of foreign penetrators the worst kind of explore explosive device that killed hundreds of our soldiers sailors airmen marines and in Iraq and he has led Hezbollah the lad other militant organizations around the region to attack and U. S. and Israeli and Saudi Arabian vital interest and he's he's a terrible man on the other hand bomb all was not attacking him was was concerned about neo his he ran deal and and he gave away the farm in a peas the of rainy and leadership to be able to have some kind of the fake legacy and and thank god that president trump and the clear vision to overturn that nuclear deal hand and come in and and protect Americans and put Americans first so I want to tell you which interprets Murphy just tweeted or tweeted last night saw the meeting was an enemy the U. S. this is not a question the question is as reports suggested America just assassinate without any congressional authorization the second most powerful person in a run knowingly setting off a potential massive regional war your response yeah well the assassination the language us all that training last night and and that's just the insanity on this is a terrorist season dog the leader of a designated terrorist organization is a dog designated terrorist any he oversaw the attack on U. S. personnel on property he's fair game that's that's a very responsible of Murphy and and others like him that are that are not immediately jumping on the side of Iran to may's it's a it it's amazing how when president trop makes a bold decisive move like those three and and they they know they'll support there here are the Democrats will support the you know Hamas or Hezbollah or Iran as opposed to their you know who they represent in their districts it's just utter insanity Marino this former deputy commander for US forces in Afghanistan giving his his assessment that's retired Joe brigadier general Anthony tada now while he made reference to Chris Murphy sweets in that conversation Chris Murphy's tweets Solomon he was an enemy of the United States that's not the question I think everybody across the board agrees this was a bad dude that we wanted we wanted out yeah well the question is according to this tweet as reports suggest did America just assassinate without any congressional authorization the second most powerful person in the Ron knowingly setting off a potential massive regional war with all that out there for your thoughts your reaction at five one two eight three six zero five ninety you can Texas you can call us and use the very same number as well to me we have a president that is exactly what we want in a president who's going to take this the decisive action like this and in the problem quickly and I thank you we all know that if he had gone to Congress with this given the current climate it would have gotten mired down and the we still would not have a decision made by today and who knows what could have resulted from that well I mean we could get him any time would have to get in now we could get a mom months from now could getting six months from now yeah but sue better sooner than later giving the situation over there sure you do you know they say that he was in Baghdad to try to you know who orchestrated plan some additional attacks it was back in twenty eleven this guy was in the oval office being treated like royalty five fifty four well and you can join us at five one two eight three six zero five nine to get the rush update coming up at six await got a lot of stories to get to this morning lows is about to unleash a hiring frenzy they're looking to hire a bunch of people we'll touch on that shot also when updates member the crazy homeless man that so I tracked a group of women and then a good Samaritan jumped into the mixing got beat up on the the pedestrian bridge yeah the full coverage wasn't the pedestrian bridge over the like I think was on the bridge of our neighbors on Congress on the bridge there was a lot of the bridge right what I do got out pretty easy he he was pretty much released just a few days after being incarcerate he's out yeah he's he's out there on the streets right now yes what update you on that story plus some controversy is brewing among dog lovers.

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"Six oh six Todd Jeffries and don prior morning ladies and gentlemen you have found the time to Donncha good morning so many things to get to this morning including this video of the substitute teacher at Leman high school in my goodness gracious generally we got this video what's on the top of don Schell Facebook page I hope you've seen it by now but this substitute teacher at Lehman high school there in Kyle has been charged with aggravated assault after the video surfaces appearing to show her pommel a student with her fists of Tiffany Lankford she's been fired from the district of course she was a subject there since August now one of the video shows this female student aid sixteenth on the first punch issue setting there in her chair barely they had some kind of disagreement some kind of arguments and it looks like the teachers up in our faces the student is sitting in the chair and the students saw throws a punch not good makes contact not right in the face and that's when miss Lankford loses her cold snaps and punches that child at least three times looks like in the head jerks or out of the chair on to the floor and then W. W. E. style does a foot stomp to the back of the head I'm I'm telling you man it was right out of the W. W. E. play book it was extraordinary and I I tell you don't throw a punch at your teacher don't do that it's not gonna end well for you but but I thought this one too far taught it wrote in of course it went too far especially with the with the head stop yeah you know I can almost I can understand the teacher thrown a punch back I really can't probably shouldn't and that's going to be trouble but went way too far I think this teachers been there before well the teacher does have an assault charge on her record a domestic violence charge years ago yeah that's what we've learned over night but yeah the kid apparently was taken to the hospital had some sort of head trauma was supposed to play in a basketball game over the weekend maybe Friday night so but could not play did not play right and and yeah here we go this this teacher is facing some serious charges this morning I'm all for teachers being able to have more control of the classroom what would be a the appropriate responsible if a sixteen year old sat socks you right in the eye well I think is is is one punch appropriate see I think the I think the one punch would would be probably almost just a reflex I can understand that had appropriate or inappropriate I could look the other way on it I could certainly look the other way back to she through more than one possible means she's in trouble I think it just when one charges okay to punch is not god I don't know is handbook somewhere I don't know but she may have saved that kids life well because if she didn't swing that punch that kid would be facing assault charges this morning I mean you should we talking about the kid who's in jail you shouldn't throw right you shouldn't throw punches your teacher ever and you can expect to get something back but obviously this this this this teacher has some issues going on here if she's not as the student she yes no question like storm well oil and water here both were Adeline but we've got to focus on the fact that the teacher apparently appears to have stomped on the on the students had battled the starts the adult should always be in charge of the teachers in the wrong here for losing her cool but it looks like the teacher been there before the teacher look quite at home check out the.

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06:00 min | 2 years ago

"todd jeffries." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Thirty eight Todd Jeffries and don prior how okay here on the top of the show so glad you chose to join us tech news here Google employees are calling for a pledge not to work with ice about this a number of Google employees are speaking out demanding the company preemptively refused to work with the U. S. customs and border protection get a petition posted online more than six hundred employees accused C. B. P. along with ice of caging asylum seekers of separating children from the families what they called an abusive system right here the protest was sparked after C. B. P. announced it was seeking a contract for cloud computing services so there you go so how much power do you feel Google employees have when it comes to the issues like this and do you support their efforts in this case what I'm also curious to know what alternatives that they proposed what alternatives did they offer to what's being done at the now which they call caging and torturing all they believe that not democratic socialism I they believe in complete open borders say okay yeah that's that's what those six hundred employees half all right and I know that's going to work because water is pretty interesting because at the very same time to get all kinds of congressional hearings going on you got all kinds of you know activist out there saying that the googles the face books that Twitter's are censoring people based on political views things like that and Google's always said no no no no we're fair and balanced we're in the middle we don't do that we don't we don't manipulate searches that's what they've always said but this right here shows deep inside Google headquarters there's so much difference of opinion any questions and they're and they're willing to and they're willing to use their companies power yet to make a political message yeah not good that's not good no they got from Google that just completely expose themselves if there was ever any question right there it's it's been answered for you I think a lot of people listening in you can express your opinion five one two eight three six zero five body we do a lot of that would love to have an option other than Google well you do have options other than Google do you go I don't think any of them good luck what which way you got your being yeah you like that I got your I don't know is dogpile still out there do you do is you use those snow don't go duck duck go exactly there you go golly there's so many of them I mean there are other alternatives out there but none of them unfortunately are as good as Google yeah not even approaching it so there you go they got us listen not school back in session for a lot of kiddos some still have a couple more days I think the a I guess these next Tuesday but a major Texas check this out administrators and board members and community volunteers they're gonna go out walking door to door this coming Saturday to try to convince students who dropped out of school to come back and finish their education made our I SP six second annual dropout prevention events it's an attempt to re enroll thirty maybe forty teenagers who I have not yet graduated last year the district brought back twenty to twenty five students back into school that according to superintendent Roy savory it's been very successful good door to door thing he says we have identified guidance counselors specific to those needs of their needs now we have community resources that can connect with them as well as its child care those types of things and jobs and things that those kids may need you know to work go back to school the initiative comes as the school district celebrates its B. rating with the Texas education agency's new accountability system that's a Bob from last year's D. rating good for them the store your thing is a I think a very good concept but I think this is what needs to be we need to see more of this as far as working with parents as well yeah a lot of these kids drop out because maybe they maybe they got a baby maybe I maybe they maybe they have to work to help take care of you know mom or dad right whatever the for their family situation is a wide variety of issues maybe they got so far behind they just think that it's it's not even worth going back and finishing maybe they just don't fit in and just don't want to be there yeah and so what I guess maters trying to get creative and come up with some solutions to you know get them a high school graduation diploma we're going to ground zero they're going to do to to the heart of the matter and that's going to the home and in dealing with the personally that's generally going to be the source of the trouble and whether it's you know confronting the student or also value waiting the family situation as well we need to see more of the students I think that's the answer stop throwing money at and I would think you know some of these kids have similarities but they also have their own individual story the circumstances why they are where they are right but the bottom line is without a high school diploma but that's yeah it makes you can't survive you can be successful without it you can but it's incredibly rare and it's incredibly different starts out at a big disadvantage much bigger disadvantage verses without a college degree yeah without the cat the the high school diploma yeah it's it's a tough one yeah it's been done it's certainly been done over and over and over but yeah Bravo you got it but it was kind of cool that Mainers wanting to you know extended arm and and help the yeah going right there I would think of a lot of these these youngsters the soon to be adults just want us somebody to show they care I know I know and that might not have anybody that cares in their family circle exactly no I I hope that in this process it that day the the folks that are responding directly the home are able to kind of evaluate what's going on there in general I mean I they can't live with them but what's so what's wrong with creating some sort of online program form where they can sit at home and watch the baby if that's their situation or yeah I work part time some place and then study on line and take a test online what's wrong with that have a great degree do it all we do it all the time and at the collegiate level no doubt about it why can't we create something like that we would save a whole lot of money in building so schools and things like that exact cut down on transportation concerns yeah I learned how to do a little bit of plumbing online come on you can learn anything you became a you became a licensed plumber.

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

"todd jeffries." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Page at Todd Jeffries eating at your desk may hurt office morale what prompting some employers to rethink the rules around lunch time etiquette linkedin members they share their thoughts on desk dining desktop dining at lunch with responded sporting to that that pungent food such as fish and sources of frequent irritation you often have a problem people microwaving their breakfast yeah we had an issue last week man workers to skip lunch breaks also tend to be more stressed and less productive and according to what Christopher winking is a book about workplace eating habits currently about a quarter of the workers eat lunch at their desk we don't have to say I started working here back in two thousand two and to my knowledge mark Caesar his sat at his desk every day and have that saying what Eunice fruit in as yogurt and some days moralis so bad I can get out of bed you know I'm I don't know how I get myself here because I know he's gonna have but but seriously I do understand the the aspect of others cooking nobody likes other people's cooking smell now they don't you you don't want to smell of the people's food yeah illicit does happen to be some you you like but that's gonna be rare and we had that incident of someone down the hall putting in K. all right in our microwave and and boy that sort of firestorm did it did and all kinds of ways and it did but the ripple effect man it reverberated through the building it got completely away from food data got political got personal he did it he who so understand that aspect of in course you don't want to sit next anybody that's a smack or now yeah you don't want to and you have a problem people eaten at the desk and work well I you remember we had a cat we had a reporter here awhile back that what she would do or she always had a big bag of chips and she would have her lunch.

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03:46 min | 2 years ago

"todd jeffries." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Six eighteen Todd Jeffries and Don prior. Hey, gentlemen, on hold just a minute ago. He just couldn't hold through the traffic and weather. There says he signed that petition. He doesn't want that homeless shelter in his neighborhood in south Austin. But that petitions approaching about fifteen hundred signatures, and I'm sure the city is gonna listen, six nineteen and you can join us here on the conversation. You know, we've been following a story at a Williamson county for a few days. What do you think county leaders have now shut down a proposal by two justices of the peace who wanted to fly the gay pride flag on the outside of county buildings by a unanimous votes. Kind of commissioners have ruled that, that will not happen, there only be the only be a handful of flags. They're allowed to fly Commissioner Valerie, Cova here. She has states Texas flags and the only other flag would be the Williamson official Williamson county flag, only on a separate flagpole. There you go. Three flags only the Williamson county flag. The Texas flag the. Flag of the United States of America. And again, it's, it's, it's for the reasons that we've talked about it just opens up this whole new area of things that they would have to consider anytime anybody wants to ply, their flag. It's like you know, it's going to go down a road and a formal social media poll conducted by county judge Bill prevail on Facebook received sixty six thousand responses, wow. Seventy five percent of Georgetown is opposed along with eighty eight percent of liberty hill ninety two percent of thrall at one hundred percent of the city of Hutto on the Facebook, Paul with judgment Bill voted against flying any other flag than those three. I didn't have a problem with the flag at all. I had a problem with the fact that I think it was more about look at us, we're being inclusive. See look at us. Look at us, I think it was I think it was not genuine. I think it was not sincere. I think it was more self serving. So I'm glad they're just going to stay away from this, and it was a rare meeting yesterday with the Austin city council council member, pay jealous is pushing for a special resolution that would lead to new diaper changing stations in every restroom in Austa. Everyone and I would assume it would mean those portable restrooms. The city recently spent a million dollars on downtown for folks to pee in urinate in inside the downtown entertainment district, with the homeless can take a nap on the changing station. I would assume there's going to be some changing stations in city. All right. I guess, caretakers are not just women these days. So our fathers needed access to a changing station as well. Her proposal is already found support from other city council members. I didn't know this was a problem. Every time I go in the men's restroom, I see a changing table. I do too. I I'm sure there have been people that have been inconvenienced from time to time somehow they make it work. I mean, I've been into some gas stations convenience stores, or they don't have one, but there really wasn't a whole lot of room to install one. No. In those tiny bathroom, some of those gas stations you wouldn't wanna you wouldn't want to take your baby in there anyway. No. Not at all Lord. I didn't know this was a problem. I didn't know I didn't know Austin was screaming for this. I'm sure people have been inconvenienced from time to time I haven't experienced the the the act of having to change a baby's diaper in a bathroom, but I don't think it's to the point where it needs to be this kind of emphasis, and money, put into it that is for sure. But it sounds like she's talking about some kind of mandate. Yes. Well, that's going to help small businesses. Install a changing station on there. Maybe a couple of hundred bucks to do that. Exactly. But I don't anticipate you being an expert on this. I mean, have you ever changed the diaper? I tried to change another baby's diaper from someone else. It was their baby. And I said, let me do this. I didn't know him they said,.

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02:05 min | 2 years ago

"todd jeffries." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Thirty-one Todd Jeffries in Don prior you still into the weatherman. You still sound a little congested a little bit little bit. I've got a cold, you need to blow your nose blue mono. Are you contagious? No host carrier fever pet monkey or anything lately. Let me think all these things begin. Right. There's always a monkey in variety anything I don't think it was a monkey. I'm not sure what the hell it was. I did pet it. Sure you're not supposed to touch it up. Put my hands on you touch your monkey. I might have a long Hanley. Come on, man. We're on the AM rock station down that road rules. They're clench, and LA Lloyd here with us from KLBJ FM. Yeah. It's, it's like, if, if we were digging for gold or even coal this weekend, we come out a little empty handed to regard some use. I thought versus was the live music capital two little light. But it's kind of nostalgia this weekend's we the best way, I can describe this weekend. We're kind of taking a little bit back to the eighty s and ninety danza sticks. Are you now this is more more on the you know the alternatives? I first of all Joe Jackson. Remember the song is she really going out with him Jackson? Yeah. Joe Jack absolute. So that's more eighties. That's early early eighties. Yeah. I mean that was kind of the beginning of what I call the alternative movement. You know, he was there with the early go-goes and you know, that, that early MTV generation right? When you start talking eighty s I'm thinking, Depeche mode ecstasy, and the smell a clove in the era. That's, that's that. But in regret. That one's going to be happening at the paramount tonight in like I've never seen him, but Jackson Joe Jackson at the paramount paramount cool. So he can fill the paramount. Michael Jackson's father. Right. Is that what it is? What did he Joe Jackson? Matter of fact, different different Joe different Joe old different deal. This guy beat his kids or not Joe Jackson on my Spotify running list. Yeah, I'm surprised why why is a spray. You just look like Joe Jackson kind of gun me. Why not surprise you? Multifaceted guy, renaissance man. Oh, everywhere all over the place. Well, if you argue you'll definitely recognize.

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02:44 min | 2 years ago

"todd jeffries." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Thirty-one Todd Jeffries and Don prior. Hey here all the time Don show special counsel investigated, a number of links or contacts between the Trump campaign. Officials and individuals connected with the Russian government during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign after reviewing these contacts, the special counsel did not find any conspiracy to violate U S law involving Russian linked persons and any persons associated with the Trump campaign. Okay. So therefore, you would think it would be over. But it's not in fact, the Democrats fat Jerry wants Robert Mueller to come testify before congress got more questions for the the former director. Well, it was a press conference. So they did take some questions, and it was very apparent right off the bat that the press that was in that room was not buying it. Then they were ready to pounce, and they were very very skeptical and. Should do. They should ask hard questions and be skeptical. That's okay. But I understand what you're saying. You could hear tone in the voice tone. I really don't care about what those other reporters are are saying, that's no big deal. That's what I miss in B and C that's what they can focus on. How do you feel about this report? Do you feel a sense of relief? A sense of freedom. A sense of great now it's a new day we could start over and start focusing on real issues that are facing America instead of the past twenty two months. A team of dozens of lawyers and investigators and millions and millions of dollars wasted to come to the conclusion that everybody knew all along no collusion. No obstruction. How do you feel about that this morning, especially if you're in the Travis county democrat party of the Williamson county democrat party, what are you going to run on now because we got some elections coming up and your door to door knocking? Do you want? Trump are not that that kind of tactic that local politicians have been taking a in Leander in cedar park over the past couple of election cycles. Yeah. What are your lightweight candidates going to say now when they knock on doors? See I felt satisfied when bar I came out and said, here's what we have. When when the when the when we got the the the Ford page summary. I was I was satisfied with that. Really? During the press conference. We didn't really get much knew. It was basically saying I'm gonna I'm gonna say this one more time, listen carefully. No, no, no, no. Not there. It was like it was just kind of here. It is. Now, we're putting this out. This is what I'm saying to you. Go ahead and read it there's nothing in there. It is nine thirty four. You're going to hear more about this all day long with rush and Marc and Melinda. I'm sure at Jeff will have their own opinions about this press conference today. It is nine thirty four hundred people.

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

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"Thirty-six Todd Jeffries and Don prior here on the Totta, Don show, I guess the big quote from last night state of the union is we were born free, and we will remain free. Dang, no, socialism speech last night, the president and a couple of democrat responses as well, he'll be your quick snapshot. Your quick report card on that speech last night. But just a seminar very tightly here he killed it. I thought he absolutely killed it last night. It was a great night for him. It was a horrible night for the Democrats last night. What do you mean? Oh for so many, so many reasons first of all I mean, when he put all of his accomplishments together in a nice tidy little list there. It was like dang pretty good. Pretty dang good. When you put it all together and the optics. Last night for the Democrats were so unbelievably I can't tell you how many bad moments there were give me give me a for. Did you see a couple of shots at Cortes last night? Who supposedly their new democratic leader who looked like a looked like a pissed off twelve year old last night. I thought that when he said that when Trump said that we will never be a socialist country last night. There will never be any socialism in this country. I thought it was funny our Cortes and the others in their white robes standing there. The straitjacket the straitjackets. She didn't know what are the stand set clap pause smiled. If she looking around like like, you said like a twelve year old looking around. What do I do? What exactly what? Stan. Yeah. Do I said to my clap is it okay to do this and not to mention, of course, who we couldn't get away from all night was Vince you Pelosi over his shoulder was that was that a Socratic? She was working last night. Was it a second candy. What do you think it could have been looked like she was chewing on her tongue?.

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02:37 min | 2 years ago

"todd jeffries." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Six thirty six Todd Jeffries on this side of the table. Yeah. On the other side is Mr. Don prior. How our did? I interrupt your breakfast. You've got a mouthful of musket over. You got a sweet Honey chicken get over there. I'm kind of bread that was given to me in the break room. I probably should ask what it was. But I just started eating it. Now, another democrat is stolen the name into the twenty twenty primary ring his name is Cory Booker. He's a democrat from New Jersey. Hang on a second gather, we will channel or common team back into our common purpose together. America, we will. Okay. Wow. I'm Cory Booker. And I'm running for president of the United States of America. New Jersey is going to rise again. I guess so we're going to channel our pain. Is that what he said something like that? Okay. He's gonna run on pain. Senator Booker is former mayor of Newark New Jersey, he's forty nine years old. He's a politician is supported Medicare for all and the first step back which reform the criminal Justice system, a growing number of democrat challengers have already announced their candidacy for twenty twenty primaries. Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Kristen gillibrand, just to name a few. So there you go. He's got a new video out this morning. Donald Trump has got to be smiling this morning. That's for sure. That's he's just he just rubbing his hands. He cannot wait ten is going to be super entertained. Yes. It will. There you go. All right. And the wall debate continues, as you know, the deadline to reach some sort of compromise to keep the government running and the president still has his demands on the table for this border wall continues. Now, she Pelosi in her press conference yesterday. She she wanted to run through some of the details of all of this. And what it didn't go very well or as Nancy says the dates? The deeds. Dentures fall out. Oh, come on. Now, don't be. So don't be your at to be rude about ourselves. Like, her dentures are loose. All right has. She is not gonna be any wall money in in just station. The. However, they have some questions. Certain localities. Where? This is not good. As I said about the president. Who might need more than tree? She wants to port. Negotiation. Not a negotiation. Pesident say. Shea.

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The JBL Link View could be another one of Google’s answers to the Echo Show

Todd and Don

02:09 min | 3 years ago

The JBL Link View could be another one of Google’s answers to the Echo Show

"Folks choose a daily limit instead an alert when exceeded it they'll also, be able to mute push notifications for anywhere from fifteen minutes to eight hours at. A time the goal is to. Make sure time. Spent on the apps is intentional positive and. Inspiring Facebook wraps saying in statement quote our hope is that these, tools give people more control over the time they spend on. Our platforms and also foster conversations between parents and teens about the online habits that are, right? For, them, I'm Kristin Goodwin Fox News more communication between mom and kids mom and dad. And the, kids, absolutely as you start a screen so the, very first Google smart display was launched, by Lenovo last week. And, now j. b. l. has started taking pre orders of its own smart display Called link view smart displays are basically a Google home, with a, screen on it and JBL is expected ship diversion September the third now. While the devices function as a smart speaker is a large part of the appeal one of the core. Selling points is indeed the built in Google assistant display so think about, the Alexa Google. Home where you can talk, to, it Google home Alexa do this do that do that sort of thing while now these have a video display so you could say JBL whatever the whatever it is whatever you say for these. Google you say call grandma yeah and all of a sudden, there's a video, of grandma right and you're doing a video conference. Talking to her you know she's up in Michigan very working on that, blanket she's been selling for months that's right and so you're able to actually see The. Tech support Seagrams on the other end is she's trying. To? Figure out how to use the thing on the, other end, as she ports the, camera in the wrong direction. Things like like I say. Mean things. About Graham what is your deal man I don't have a problem with grandma at all I don't. Just say, one nice thing, about grammar right now, just give me one thing She's a hell of a cook man. The Todd and Don show Todd Jeffries listen the right hire could really have a positive impact on your business and you could post, job boards and hopefully. You'll find.

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North Korea hands over remains of Korean War soldiers to U.S.

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06:59 min | 3 years ago

North Korea hands over remains of Korean War soldiers to U.S.

"Welcome back Todd Jeffries and Don prior this is, a freaky fund Friday and you know what that means. Freakiness will happen will happen it'll be fun when the freakiness happened and it's Friday there you go okay, thanks for clarifying that, so many things to get to this morning in leaders listing, as we get started with the top stories of the day please throughout this morning be thinking of, a new name for the city of Austin why why we're gonna have to change the name of Austin Texas we're going to explain this a little, bit later but Tall order well it's it's a very, tall, order, I, just. Need you to be thinking. About this because this is. Something that is going to be happening in the very near future the equity office of Austin recommended the city remove or, change the names, of, streets. Parks markers in even the name. Austin Texas we gotta get rid of these racist names these. Are all names tied to. The confederacy at some, point just about every park just about every street and now the city. Is getting a recommendation, to change. The, name so just, just, be thinking about. This make your list of what, we should change the name of. The city of Oslo you're. Setting up a joke and there'd be a punchline later. No no no. No, this is a real. Story this is something that's real the Austin monitor is reporting that the equity office of Austin is recommending the city remover, changed the names of, streets parts even the word Austin Texas so be thinking about. Big? Deal we're getting rid of racism in one fell swoop, right. Here 537 here all the time Don show and, decades After their deaths US soldiers are now on their way. Home North Korea released the probable remains of troops who fought during the Korean war, President, Trump says this is the, result, of. That meeting he had with the North Korean. Leader not too long ago a somber ceremony at Osan airbase, in South Korea Friday morning one by one. The remains of US soldiers were handed over fifty five cases in. All this ceremony occurring on the anniversary, of the signing of the armistice that ended hostilities in the Korean war this return. Is one of the commitments North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon, agreed, to, when, he. And President Trump met last. Month in Singapore now I. Have a great relationship I think I think with chairman Kim and I think a lot of good things are going to, happen while Mr., Trump, trumpeted. Positive things about Pyongyang for nine. Months no nuclear tests no rockets going up no missiles going over Japan we got three. Hostages back vice president Mike Pence, remains reserved there, is no escaping the, plain fact that North Korea's. Leadership has exacted unparalleled probation and cruelty Upon its, people for decades time, will tell what will happen with the relationship between the US and. North Korea but for, now the White House says it's encouraged. By North Korea's actions and the momentum for. Positive, change it could take months maybe years before the remains are identified a formal repatriation ceremony is scheduled for August first I'm John Lawrence report by thirty nine. President Trump's most ardent Republican allies in. The house want to force a vote on. Articles of impeachment against, deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein speaker of the house Paul Ryan doesn't think it's, a good idea This, could upset well tie up the Senate. Which is already working on spending bills and supreme, court nominations and now the push could be a moot point however as the house is set to go on its August recess and clear of house leaders will. Allow a vote but conservative freedom caucus, members are targeting deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein with articles of impeachment if there ever divorce the Justice. Department to release all documents related to the Russia and Trump campaign investigations we're not about interfering with the Muller investigation what we're about is doing. Proper oversight and, transparency that's Republican Mark, meadows for his part Rosenstein counters the Justice department has turned over. Thousands of documents but, he's reluctant to give congress evidence in. An ongoing investigation Russian effort to influence the. Two, thousand sixteen presidential campaign is just one tree in a growing forest one author of the articles of impeachment Jim Jordan of Ohio wants to be Paul Ryan's. Replacement come January Jordan's aspiration is emblematic. Of contempt freedom caucus members have for Ryan For his part the current speaker does not. Want the house to get bogged down on impeaching the deputy. Attorney general I don't think we should be. Cavalier with this process or with this term to I don't think that this rises the level of high crimes and misdemeanors so really high, standard backing majority leader Kevin McCarthy to be the. Next, speaker Ryan also says he Rosenstein impeached the house it'll tie up the Senate already tied up with a supreme, court nomination and the need to pass separate spending. Bills Meanwhile President Trump at a round table discussion in Iowa China's doing a little number they want to attack the the farm belt because they. Know those the farmers love me they voted. For me we want every one of the state's estate where, farmers are feeling the pinch of the. Trade wars retaliatory tariffs on agricultural products I awoke, GOP congressman David Young staying back here in Washington is worried about what the tariffs mean to his reelection chances and he's one GOP house member who won't support. The impeachment resolutions against deputy attorney general, rod Rosenstein impeachments a big deal back home as well a lot of people aren't talking about this. The seems to be more of Inside, baseball kind of issue that's. Popped up here before we go into our August work break the house is now off. On August recess and. The articles of impeachment against rod Rosenstein are now in limbo Bob Costantini Washington it is five forty, one Eric church speaks out. Against the NRA as, we hear, from FOX reporter Michelle Pollino Eric church told Rolling Stone the NRA's to blame for the mass shooting that occurred in October two thousand seventeen church said I'm a second amendment. Guy but they've been a bit of a roadblock I don't. Care who you are you shouldn't have that. Kind of power over elected officials One of the performers at the festival two nights before the. Gunman killed fifty eight. People and injured hundreds more even though he wasn't, there at the event did change his views on gun too. Little saying I saw video in YouTube from the police officers best candidate sounded like an army was up there I don't think our forefathers ever thought the. Right to bear arms, was that Michelle Pollino Fox News the deadline to reunite all family separated at the border is as well yesterday but attorneys for those families say there's still a lot of. Confusion in this process and health and human, services says more than eighteen hundred kids have been discharged from their. Custody of, those, over fourteen hundred were reunited. The others were released for a variety of reasons but more than seven, hundred are, considered in eligible for reunification some parents waved reunification and more than four hundred and fifty were deported not with ice says, those parents have the opportunity, to take their kids with them once your. Children here they're generally not going. To want to give up the opportunity to have that Childhood meeting in the country which is why, they frequently declined to have that childhood with them the ACLU attorneys are skeptical, they see some parents signed forms waving, reunification didn't really know.

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