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"tommy anderson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"tommy anderson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Amy shod ride. Good morning, It is 7 30 of the Senate Judiciary Committee begins the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett. Half an hour from now. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says the hearings should be postponed because of concerns about Corona virus. Three senators tested positive two weeks ago. On the other hand, Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn said. That is not an issue. We have done 21 different hybrid hearings Judiciary Committee and this is a process that was put in place after co that started and people can choose to attend, either virtually or in person. Senator back Blackburn was speaking on Fox is the next revolution with Steve Hilton. The Barrett hearings started eight o'clock our time going going gone to American experts on auctions win the final Nobel Prize of 2020. The Nobel Prize in economics awarded to Americans pull Milgram and Robert will said auctions are Everywhere, the Nobel Committee's Tommy Anderson says Thie economists, who are both based at Stanford University, have discovered new auction formats for selling everything from fishing quotas to airport landing slots to the benefit. Off the buyers, the sellers the end users, the taxpayers. And the society as a whole, the price caps and Nobel season in which Americans have figured prominently winning or sharing every award by the peace price. In London. Simon now in Fox News, Texas, yesterday reported 2262 new cases of Corona virus has the state's health states total since the pandemic began, is nearing 800,000. The Texas Department of State Health Services reports 31 you deaths, bringing the death toll to 16,557. The actual number of cases in Texas is likely hire because a lot of people have not been tested, and studies suggest people could be infected and not feel sick. Texas Governor Greg Abbott this week. Lifted the shutdown order on bars that has been in place since June. Though the re openings air conditional on the approval of county leaders. With that. Tarrant County has revealed its highest Covad count in two months. Yesterday, County Judge Glenn Whitley still could reopen bars this week. Kobe hospitalizations air also up in Tarrant County by 85% to 375 people relax. Unfortunately,.

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"tommy anderson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"tommy anderson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"King, and I'm Rachel Martin going once going twice. Auctions are at the heart of this year's Nobel Prize in economics, and the winners are a pair of professors from Stanford. Paul Milgram and Robert Wilson were recognized for their work in understanding how auctions work and for making them work. Better. NPR's economics correspondent Scott Horses with us Hey, Scott, Good to be with Rachel. All right. So you say auctions and I think cattle and I think an auctioneer sayings, you know, Hominy Hominy 500 or even know what I mean? I'm guessing you're going to tell me their work These economics. This economics work is much broader than that. Rachel. They're all different kinds of auctions from the cattle auction you described to the fancy art auctions where people wave a little paddles and the high bidder gets the painting. There's government auctions where the job goes to the low bidder. Auctions where the bids or secret auctions where everybody can see what the other bidders air doing. Ah, lot of the questions in auction theory revolve around what kind of information the different players have. Do. They all put the same value on the item being auctioned or do they attached different values to it? If a government auction off drilling rights, for example, how much two different oil companies know about what's underneath the ground. Milgram and Wilson's work addresses those questions in a way that helps both buyers and sellers on the Nobel Prize Committee noted their work is not just theoretical. In the early 19 nineties, for example, the FCC used their auction design. To sell off radio spectrum that's now used by wireless phone carries around the country, and that raised a ton of money for the government. And it's now been that examples now been copied by other countries. So give us some more examples of how auctions are used in the modern economy. Well, they're all around us. Although often not visible, thie ads you see when you're surfing the Internet. Those were likely sold at auction by Google or another search engine. Wholesale electricity is bought and sold every day in an auction, and that helps to affect the rates you pay for electricity. Various plans for addressing climate change rely on auctions to allocate pollution permits. Tommy Anderson, who was a member of the Nobel Prize Committee, says all these auctions have been improved by the work of Milgram and Wilson. Trained analysis can today designed new auction formats. And practitioners can choose more wisely among existing auction for months. To the benefit. Off the buyers, the sellers the end users, the taxpayers. And the society as a whole. So the prize for this award just over a million dollars, which is pretty healthy. Parker to change have the winner said what they're going to do with it. Not yet. Professor Wilson was woken up very early in California for this announcement. The news conference came about three o'clock in the morning, his time on, he told a reporter he hadn't given any thought to how he might spend the money. He was also asked about the last thing he'd bought at auction, and Wilson conceded he's not really much of an auction. Gore My life points out to me that we bought ski boots on eBay. I guess that was an auction. He did say when asked again about how you might spend the money said. You know, with the pandemic. There's not a lot of opportunities to travel right now, so I'll probably just save it. In fact, the traditional awards ceremony in Stockholm is not being held this year. All right. NPR's economic Scott Horsefly with the news of the Nobel Prize in Economics winners. Thanks God, you're welcome. It took Montana five months to hit 500 Corona virus cases. Now it is seeing more cases than that. Every single day. Hospitals are strained. They're diverting patients, they're setting up new intensive care beds. This is a challenge for Montana's governor, a Democrat who is running for a Senate seat. Here's Rachel Kramer from Yellowstone Public Radio. In downtown Bozeman. Laura Cunningham approaches a group of college students wearing masks.

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Stanford Professors Win Nobel In Economics For Understanding And Designing Auctions

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:24 min | 1 year ago

Stanford Professors Win Nobel In Economics For Understanding And Designing Auctions

"Going once going twice, auctions are at the heart of this year's Nobel Prize in economics and the winners are a pair of professors from Stanford Paul Milgram and Robert Wilson were recognized for their work and understanding how options work and for making them work better NPR's economics correspondent. Scott, horsely, with say Scott good to be with you. All right. So you say auctions and I think cattle and I think an auctioneer sense you know how many five hundred even I mean I'm just saying you're gonNa tell me their work these economics. Economics work is much broader than that. Rachel. They're all different kinds of auctions from the cadillacs and you described the fancy art auctions where people wave little paddles and the the high bidder gets the painting. There's government auctions where the job goes to the low bidder auctions where the bids are secret auctions where everybody can see what the other bidders are doing a lot of the questions in auction theory revolve around what kind of information the different players have Do they all put the same value on the item being auctioned or do they attach different values to it? If a government's auctioning off drilling rights, for example, how much different oil companies know about what's underneath the ground? And Wilson's work addresses. Those questions in a way that helps both buyers and sellers and price noted, their work is not just theoretical in the early nineteen nineties. For example, the FCC used their auction design to sell off radio spectrum that's now used by wireless phone carries around the country, and that raised a ton of money for the government, and it's now been that examples now been copied by other countries. So give us some more examples of how auctions are used in the modern economy. Well they're all around US although often not visible the ads you see when you're surfing the Internet, those were likely sold at auction by Google or another search engine. Wholesale Electricity is bought and sold every day in an auction and that helps to affect rates you pay for your liquidity. Various plans for addressing climate change rely on auctions to allocate pollution permits, Tommy Anderson who member of the Noble Prize. Committee says, all these auctions have been improved by the work of Milgram and Wilson. It's rained. Analysis can today. Design new auction formats. And practitioners can choose more wisely among existing auction formats. To the benefit. Of the buyers, this settlers the end users, the taxpayers. and. This Society Asa hold. So the price for this award, just over a million dollars which is pretty healthy pocket change have the winter said what they're going to do with it not yet a professor Wilson was woken up very early in California for this announcement. The news conference came about three o'clock in the morning his time, and he told a reporter he hadn't given any thought to how he might spend the money. He was also asked about the last thing he bought at auction and Wilson conceded he's not really much of an auction. Gore. My wife points out that we bought ski boots on Ebay. That was auction. He did say when asked again about how he might spend the money said, you know with the pandemic, there's not a lot of opportunities to travel right now. So we'll probably just save it. In fact, the traditional awards ceremony in Stockholm is not being held this year. All right NPR's got. With the news of the Nobel Prize in economics winners. Thanks got. You're welcome.

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"tommy anderson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"tommy anderson" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Steve Inskeep authorities have changed their view of the death of a black man in California before we go further we will warn you that some people find this story disturbing and it will last about four minutes if you want to change the station come back to us in a few two different men were found dead in different places in southern California both hanging from trees authorities initially described both cases as suicides but after protests the LA sheriff's department is reconsidering one of the cases Emily Elena Dugdale of KPCC has been following this story good morning good morning what are the circumstances of these two deaths in so far as is known yes one may thirty first at thirty eight year old man named Malcolm harsh was found dead hanging from a tree near the city library in Victorville California that's about ninety minutes from LA that case was largely under reported until last Wednesday when twenty four year old Robert fuller was also found hanging from a tree in a park in Palmdale California that's only about fifty miles from where harsh was found so the families of both men think the deaths were linked genes not suicides folders family and friends say he didn't have any mental health issues and he was in the prime of his life so my colleague Josie Wong spoke to a woman named Tommy Anderson who was one of fuller's close friends Anderson said fuller was excited about an upcoming group trip to Las Vegas and the rising black lives matter movement Robert.

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"tommy anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"tommy anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The listeners and members of KQED public radio it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Steve Inskeep authorities have changed their view of the death of a black man in California before we go further we will warn you that some people find this story disturbing and it will last about four minutes if you want to change the station come back to us in a few two different men were found dead in different places in southern California both hanging from trees authorities initially described both cases as suicides but after protests the LA sheriff's department is reconsidering one of the cases Emily Elena Dugdale of KPCC has been following this story good morning good morning what are the circumstances of these two deaths in so far as is known yes one may thirty first at thirty eight year old man named Malcolm harsh was found dead hanging from a tree near the city library in Victorville California about ninety minutes from LA that case was largely under reported until last Wednesday when twenty four year old Robert fuller was also found hanging from a tree in a park in Palmdale California that's only about fifty miles from where harsh was found so the families of both men think the deaths were linked genes not suicides folders family and friends say he didn't have any mental health issues and he was in the prime of his life so my colleague Josie Wong spoke to a woman named Tommy Anderson who was one of fuller's close friends Anderson said fuller was excited about an upcoming group trip to Las Vegas and the rising black lives matter movement Robert.

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"tommy anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"tommy anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Steve Inskeep authorities have changed their view of the death of a black man in California before we go further we will warn you that some people find this story disturbing and it will last about four minutes if you want to change the station come back to us in a few two different men were found dead in different places in southern California both hanging from trees authorities initially described both cases as suicides but after protests the LA sheriff's department is reconsidering one of the cases Emily Elena Dugdale of KPCC has been following this story good morning good morning what are the circumstances of these two deaths in so far as is known yes one may thirty first a thirty eight year old man named Malcolm harsh was found dead hanging from a tree near the city library in Victorville California at about ninety minutes from LA that case was largely under reported until last Wednesday when twenty four year old Robert fuller was also found hanging from a tree in a park in Palmdale California that's only about fifty miles from where harsh was found so the families of both men think the deaths were lynchings not suicides folders family and friends say he didn't have any mental health issues and he was in the prime of his life so my colleague Josie Wong spoke to a woman named Tommy Anderson who was one of fuller's close friends Anderson said fuller was excited about an upcoming group trip to Las Vegas and the rising black lives matter movement Robert and.

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"tommy anderson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"tommy anderson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dot com it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Steve Inskeep authorities have changed their view of the death of a black man in California before we go further we will warn you that some people find this story disturbing and it will last about four minutes if you want to change the station come back to us in a few two different men were found dead in different places in southern California both hanging from trees authorities initially described both cases as suicides but after protests the LA sheriff's department is reconsidering one of the cases Emily Elena Dugdale of KPCC has been following this story good morning good morning what are the circumstances of these two deaths in so far as is known yes one may thirty first at thirty eight year old man named Malcolm harsh was found dead hanging from a tree near the city library in Victorville California about ninety minutes from LA that case was largely under reported until last Wednesday when twenty four year old Robert fuller was also found hanging from a tree in a park in Palmdale California that's only about fifty miles from where harsh was found so the families of both men think the deaths were linked genes not suicides folders family and friends say he didn't have any mental health issues and he was in the prime of his life so my colleague Josie Wong spoke to a woman named Tommy Anderson who was one of fuller's close friends Anderson said fuller was excited about an upcoming group trip to Las Vegas and the rising black lives matter movement Robert and that's what I want people to completely understand not heating companies parking thank you somebody did.

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"tommy anderson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"tommy anderson" Discussed on KCRW

"And from the any easy Casey foundation it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Steve Inskeep authorities have changed their view of the death of a black man in California before we go further we will warn you that some people find this story disturbing and it will last about four minutes if you want to change the station come back to us in a few two different men were found dead in different places in southern California both hanging from trees authorities initially described both cases as suicides but after protests the LA sheriff's department is reconsidering one of the cases Emily Elena Dugdale of KPCC has been following this story good morning good morning what are the circumstances of these two deaths in so far as is known yes on may thirty first at thirty eight year old man named Malcolm harsh was found dead hanging from a tree near the city library in Victorville California at about ninety minutes from LA that case was largely under reported until last Wednesday when twenty four year old Robert fuller was also found hanging from a tree in a park in Palmdale California that's only about fifty miles from where harsh was found so the families of both men think the deaths were lynchings not suicides folders family and friends say he didn't have any mental health issues and he was in the prime of his life so my colleague Josie Wong spoke to a woman named Tommy Anderson who was one of fuller's close friends Anderson said fuller was excited about an upcoming group trip to Las Vegas and the rising black lives matter movement Robert.

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"tommy anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"tommy anderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Com I'm from me any E. E. Casey foundation it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Steve Inskeep authorities have changed their view of the death of a black man in California before we go further we will warn you that some people find this story disturbing and it will last about four minutes if you want to change the station come back to us in a few two different men were found dead in different places in southern California both hanging from trees authorities initially described both cases as suicides but after protests the LA sheriff's department is reconsidering one of the cases Emily Elena Dugdale of KPCC has been following this story good morning good morning what are the circumstances of these two deaths in so far as is known yes one may thirty first a thirty eight year old man named Malcolm harsh was found dead hanging from a tree near the city library in Victorville California at about ninety minutes from LA that case was largely under reported until last Wednesday when twenty four year old Robert fuller was also found hanging from a tree in a park in Palmdale California that's only about fifty miles from where harsh was found so the families of both men think the deaths were linked genes not suicides fuller's family and friends say he didn't have any mental health issues and he was in the prime of his life so my colleague Judy Wong spoke to a woman named Tommy Anderson who was one of fuller's close friends Anderson said fuller was excited about an upcoming group trip to Las Vegas and the rising black lives matter movement Robert and.

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"tommy anderson" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"tommy anderson" Discussed on WTOP

"It so that a police officer who injures or kills someone through the use of a chokehold or similar restraint can be charged with a class C. felony and face up to fifteen years in prison that is WCBS TV reporter Corey James meantime in southern California hanging death of a twenty four year old black man in Palmdale which was originally described as a suicide is now getting another look and demonstrations more from KCBS TV is Greg mills sheriff's department homicide detectives are investigating his death I don't wanna make it about race but I don't feel no black man is going to go hang yourself especially when times are going on right now and I really believe it was actually a city of Palmdale heard the demand for an independent autopsy and an independent investigation and told followers family they support that step in the right direction or I feel like it is Tommy Anderson joined in this call for answers really my best friend ever somebody that president trump was at west point New York for commencement address to eleven hundred graduating cadets at the military academy it is not the duty of US troops to solve ancient conflicts in far away lands that many people have never even heard of we are not the policeman of the world this is CBS news according home insurance just got easier with progressives home quote explorer quote and by all online at progressive dot com eleven oh three on this Saturday nine June the thirteenth we've got sixty six degrees in the nation's capital were falling into the upper fifties tonight.

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"tommy anderson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:28 min | 2 years ago

"tommy anderson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Byline fourteen years in the majors with the angels. White Sox brewers the Indians and he was a pretty good defensive outfielder he led the League in fielding percentage three times and he won. Two gold gloves was that by design. Is that one of the things where you look at yourself and said well. Maybe I can't hit that well but I could certainly certainly helped my team by playing good defense. That was definitely my goal because I realized that according to the people that were judging me They nicknamed me the bandit because of my stealing basis away from guys and do a going up on the fence and and robbing people home runs and that sort of thing so You you know it became a passion for me And it's it's amazing that when I got traded to California I was May I I'll never forget it. May I. I decided that I wasn't going to take batting practice. And so I checked for all three groups with in that was full speed. I got everybody out of Centerfield where they could see me come and I told him I said I throw my hat down on the ground and I go with with every pitch I can and that way I could look back even if I missed the ball by a Steph. I could look back and see how far I went and judge the win the way the ball was carrying that night so I was kind of a maniac out there I took charge. And that's what a center fielder has to do. But I never took batting practice the entire year and I hit two eighty nine so if you can explain it I don't have a clue it just You know when you're running for forty five minutes. You're you're in pretty pretty good shape and I had a little routine where I go inside and take a shower and eat a couple of chocolate bars and drank some milk and take a twenty minute nap and you go back out to stretch and get ready to play so it seemed to work and and Had A good year that year after fourteen years of playing in the majors you then Spent Twenty Six years ears coaching and managing in the minors. And I suppose that takes a mental transition as well. Was that an easy thing for you to do kanter. Did it come naturally. It was simple. I I had coached little teams little basketball teams and my principal in highschool probably was the one to the blame for it or should take credit. I was a sophomore in high school This guy was a pretty rough guys. Probably somebody that you you'd find A. Ah a prison warden You'd think when you first saw him he called me in his office and said shut the door. So I didn't know if I was in trouble but I sat down and he said you're going to walk Larussa and if you know there's only one person that I can relate to that's from walk Larussa and that's Aaron Crow. That's speech for the royals. Now he's Mockus and south of Topeka about ten miles. And that's just a little little bitty town and Dan he said you're going to walk a roots and you're going to coach basketball team. And I said I am and I said where's Walker Russo. Explained it to me and I went down there. I think on Thursdays and Ghosts their basketball team. Was You know fifth and sixth graders and we played a team that actually played in in a league and we played them out practice game and they just killed us and then a month later we came back and we played them again and they just barely beat us so I was hooked As a as a coach and we always played Touch football. I had probably probably one of the best touch football teams. That was ever assembled l.. Danna our played for the broncos He's from Topeka. He was on that team Ellsbury broaden next just missed. The Olympic triple jump and we had another kid that ran a ten one hundred. Debbie Lewis was all big eight Point Guard for Ku and played quarterback. And then Tommy Anderson was all big eight Defensive Back on the football team name and then I was basically defensive back and wide receiver so We had a great time and I'm just very competitive. You know I'm playing right. Now I'm playing against A girl that's a friend of ours That lives in Tucson Arizona. Playing words with friends space travel over the Internet so I've just always been competitive and always liked the challenge of being able to compete. You're the perfect person to ask this question of and that is the in fact some of the players that you manage were frank. Thomas and Robin Ventura Class. Aa and yet back at that time they weren't paying out the multi-million dollar signing bonuses and I'm just wondering what you have witnessed and you witnessed over that period of time of managing in the minors as to the attitude the way young players approached the game as has the numbers in the money became bigger can well I can't really comment back then. Because his nineteen Nineteen eighty nine nine. I managed In Birmingham and Robin was my third baseman. Richie Amaral for people that remember back a little as he played I think in Seattle Seattle only play for the white sox and might play for another team or two but he played second base There was a kid name C. L. Pentagon that I think came out of the Giants Organization Played Center field. And then the key player on my team was a kid that's Was Coaching for the angels in the Minor Leagues a few years and then I think he just got out of it because he's got kids but great great beck who was in the big leagues for maybe fourteen or or fifteen years. He was our shortstop he was five foot. Five and weigh two hundred and forty five pounds. And I didn't have a cleanup Taylor so I had to figure out I had a big first baseman struck out too much my rightfielder struck out way too much and everybody else Kinda had a place Jason the lineup so put Great Beck in as my Fourth Place Inter at eighty seven B. is was my most valuable player that that year and Robin broke down and got hurt. The Middle Year in Great Beck went to third base late. Nineteen Games played. Better Than Robin happened did it third base and then he played second base because they were trying to figure out if Amaral and He could play in the big leagues and play to position so I had had an exceptionally good team. We are pitching staff wasn't great but The pitching coach. Rick Peterson really good job with them. We won the pennant and Robin threw me in the pool of the season. You also you also managed to young prospect you and I had this commonality John Elway he was a great player when he played for Stanford but of course people knowing more for that pass In that game against the University of California and also You know what he's he's done in the National Football League as a hall of Famer. What did you see in him as a baseball player when you're managing him? Well if I you know we we always had the great people allow. We had the Project where were they going to be in If they got to the big leagues. What kind of a player would they be? So my projection on John Was To sixty two to seventy great right filler with a heck of an arm Good base runner probably twenty five. Ah Doubles Fifteen. Twelve to fifteen home runs drive in sixty seventy runs and just be a heck of a team player When I went home and got back to Kansas course I watched like most of everybody? That's a sports fan. I watched football college football on Saturday and just so happened that Stanford was on about five times that year. So I got to see I got a really good look at John and I knew do that. He probably wasn't going to come back and play baseball for the Yankees. He was pigeon toed too wasn't he. It was what pigeon toed. I don't remember. I never paid attention to his toes. I watched the way through. Well I should say was he his toes and his feet angled in he was kind of boring. Yeah Yeah Yeah he was. I mean I saw him a lot of him. Of course doing is baseball games in his football games as well and I always wondered how he was going to be able to play baseball ball especially running that way. Yeah let me switch gears on you for just a second because at the time we have left I want to talk about you being the technical advisor on the movie. eight-man out and you you work with the actors like Charlie Sheen John Kasich one thing I've always known as it actors wannabe athletes and Athletes Wannabe actors. What's what's the challenge in trying to make them look like they're legitimate ballplayers? They haven't played at that level. Well this was a story about the nineteen nineteen white socks. They called the Blackhawks scandal and and I ended up with the technical advisers job because of another guy on manager of another team told me that he couldn't take the job and and he asked me if I wanted to be in the movie so I said well what do I do. And he gave me the number and I called the guy and talk to him so I ended up on the job. Well the hardest part was to get a DB sweeney who is a very good athlete. He was supposed to hit left. Hand like shoeless Joe Jackson but he was a right hand hitter and then left me Williams. If you watch the movie lefty Williams One of their Better pitchers was left handed. Of course and this lefty Williams that I had to work with was right handed so we had to sell. You know some of that but Charlie Sheen did a great job in the outfield. He was a great athlete. Kusak play third base and did a good job. Michael Rooker played. I probably the best guy if you Point join the finger and say these guys look the most realistic. I would think you'd have to point it at David Stern there and who was The pitching the Pitcher WHO ended up Eddie CECOTTO ended up. I think he won twenty nine games that year and and John Sales did a great job following the actual everything that actually went on. I mean he made it as realistic as he could Work Comiskey Didn't pitch see Kat. Because they were winning the pennant easily. He didn't pitch seek hot for the last ten days or so and seek God had a bonus in his contract. If he won thirty dirty games he'd get it so they won twenty nine and and comiskey wouldn't pitching so you know it's kind of old school type approach and and that was it's an interesting movie I ended up with a part in it. If you watch the movie it's About the first eight or ten minutes I think I'm the Heckler and I'm yelling at Shoeless Joe because he was illiterate. Couldn't read or write so I'm yellen eight eight Jackson. Can you still cat so It was a fun movie. We did an in Indianapolis and I since I played there for two years. It was You know there's a lot of fun before I kick you lose your also very successful as a children's book author as well..

"tommy anderson" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"tommy anderson" Discussed on KTRH

"Now cleared all lanes back open and things are unwinding I can be let into the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center. well the rain continues to avoid us here in southeast Texas lower than average rain chances through the weekend higher than average chance I think will make a run up into the triple digits could ten degrees above average and right at or above record high temp territory some Hillard start to pop across the Gulf coast one hundred this afternoon seventy seven tonight one a one tomorrow I'm Scott Lori more the weather channel ninety nine feels like one oh five of the KT R. H. top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center KTRE news time three oh one our top story the governor issuing new executive orders in response to recent mass shootings in Texas governor Greg Abbott's he'd orders seek better notification about crime and more resources for law enforcement to handle incidents some tasks reporting on suspicious activity in training are required within the next two months the state's public safety department will continually act to make information more accessible to government schools and the general public starting in January counties must me conviction reporting requirements to qualify for state grants these orders come well ahead of Texas lawmakers possibly considering gun control legislation at their next scheduled session in twenty twenty one colonel Scott fox news the boyfriend of a woman claiming her five year old daughter died from drinking toilet bowl cleaner is now charged with tampering with a corpse girl's body was found by relatives days later in a closet defense attorneys for Priscilla Tories say the facts of the case will set their client free the facts as currently being presented to the media or not all of the facts and when you learn all of the facts believe a jury of her peers will find her not guilty of the crime in which he's charged with once again I will reiterate miss Priscilla Tory is is not responsible for the death of her daughter towards later changed her story to police claiming her boyfriend was giving the girl a bath while she cooked dinner she's being held on fifty thousand dollars bond test twenty set to resume tomorrow in the murder trial involving five members of a spring family who were killed for. five years ago defense attorneys for Ronald Haskell had asked for a mistrial coming prosecutorial misconduct during questioning of a police officer last week the judge said no state district judge denied that request Harris County grand jury has indicted a sheriff's deputy for the accidental shooting death of his four year old step son last year skinny district attorney's office says Tommy Anderson is charged with making a firearm accessible to a child the little boy got the weapon from an unlocked gun safe and actually shot himself in July of twenty eighteen at the family's home in Hockley the body of a keyboard walk employ you disappeared after trying help a kayak or in trouble this week has now been recovered fifty six year old Tom riddle was a maintenance worker at the boardwalk he's been missing since going in the water Wednesday morning hurricane Dorian continuing the barrel into the Atlantic coast with outer rain banks now affecting the Carolinas we can get very gusty winds and some some very tropical downpours that could cause some street flooding there also tornadoes all morning we found some areas that have some tornado warnings and it's can Graham director of the national hurricane center at least six deaths in Florida one in North Carolina have been attributed to hurricane Doreen as well as at least twenty in the Bahamas storm could make landfall in North Carolina sometime early tomorrow K. T. R. H. news time three for the markets have just closed time to check your money years KTRE twenty men patches and brought to you by DM auto leasing dot com well good afternoon to your Corey stocks closing the day broadly higher the Dow industrials finishing the day up by three hundred seventy two points closing at twenty six thousand seven twenty eight S. and P. five hundred that is the broader market was up by thirty eight points one point three percent the tech heavy nasdaq up one hundred thirty nine points the Dow led higher by shares of IBM home depot as well as Goldman Sachs stocks up after China said they'd be coming back to Washington in October to hold trade talks here with the U. S..

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"tommy anderson" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"tommy anderson" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To this. Do you have any comment on the FCC violation filed against your various no violation. So there's no violation. Sign of you taking dark money. I know it's never they're never guilty of taking money when they actually are. That's the very definition of it. So she's running away from it now because she got caught this is this is this is how these tyrants are when you when you promote tyranny. Tyrant's promote tyranny. Socialism is a form of tyranny. And they they wanna ban everyone else from doing the things that they themselves completely take advantage of. She didn't want to talk about the allegations. She doesn't think that there's violation even though even former FCC chiefs are saying. Yeah, there there there was. She has never doesn't want to have any doesn't want to answer. The question runs away. Doesn't want to answer questions. It seems pretty early in her career to be running away from just straight up questions by reporters. She just wants to completely ignore. Did. This is someone who was who was his accused, and there's credible. You're going to talk about credible evidence. There's not credible accusation credible. Evidence shows that they were funneling money back and forth. Just under a million dollars between this pack and her campaign illegally. These are laws that she wants in place because she says that Republicans do this all the time. How dare they she wants these laws in place, and yet here she is engaging in the same activity that is banned by the laws. She supports and that she has spoken about while on the campaign trail. And this woman wants us to pay the government ninety three almost ninety four trillion dollars in new taxes to cover her quote, unquote, green new deal that bans the combustible engine and eliminates quote farting cows in quote. Do you trust her? I wouldn't trust her with a damn dollar much less ninety three ninety four trillion dollars. Good heavens. And Tommy Anderson who filed this complaint from he's with the national legal and policy center. He's not playing he's serious. This isn't something for which you can be fined she could face jail time out of this. Because this isn't a it's a it's a big issue. Now, she got herself in trouble. Again. You know, why she comes up so often it's not because anyone's scared of her first off. I don't think anyone on the right particularly myself scared of any one I've proven more than any of my haters that I'm willing to go the extra distance to engage in discussion. People are too afraid of my destroying him in a debate to even have a conversation with me. So that's been proven time and time again, and I'm very tag Taggart about this. And I'm not going to minimize my accomplishments to make someone else feel better in their mediocrity. I refuse to that effect. The reason she comes up so often in the press is because she says and does stupid stuff the reason so many people talk about her is because she makes it too easy. She's people mocked Sarah Palin. And they they attributed align that Tina Fey set on Saturday Night Live to Sarah Palin. Alexandria, Kashia Cortez is like the diamond is like the dollar store. Store. She would be to the left the dollar store Palin. I mean, at least Palin was governor. Right everyone mocked Palin. She was governor Sheila, she was talking about a Cossio Cortez doesn't even know how taxes work. So now, she gets roasted daily wire captured this. And I saw this. She was she was this is exactly. She was blasting. And it's from a couple of tweets at cetera. She was asking for all in a defensive Representative, Illinois. Mar she was saying well where where is the where are, where's the the outrage of someone like she said, Jerry Falwell junior saying that we just need to go and shoot all these Muslims and she had like six second. How long is this video clip? I look at this. I'm not playing it. But I wanted just tell you the time. Oh, it's like forty seconds. It's like forty seconds of of of a speech that he gave at liberty university. And it said Jerry Falwell junior threatened to shoot. And kill Muslims of more more good people had concealed carry permits. We could in those Muslims and she presented that as like him. That's a racist comment that justifies Illinois Mars, antisemitism. I am not a fan of the way that Jerry Falwell junior. Does some stuff I'll be straight up on us that the United been critical of him in the past. But this is stupid because he was specifically talking about they when they started the video they cut him in mid sentence. The left is famous for this while at the same time bitching about deceptively edited videos that show Planned Parenthood was in fact, selling body parts, and by the way, the center for medical progress is completely exonerated by a judge who agreed within that. There was no deceptiveness in their editing. But this particular video clip he was talking about the San Bernardino terror attack in two thousand fifteen. And he was saying that if more people had concealed carry permits. They could've taken these individuals out if California wasn't so restrictive. That's what he was talking about. She'll mix that entirely. And presents it as though it just happened and runs with it. Can you imagine this person with more power alive so much more? We haven't even scraped the surface of what we need to get into today. Coming up. We'll have some media bias that you're to want to know about as well as the cow regulation is upon us. I'm not making that up. In the meantime, the purple heart foundation is an organization staffed volunteer veterans. So they're not drawing a salary. They just understand the importance of making sure that veterans returning home from conflict that they have what is they have the benefits coming that are owed to them. And they're able to get the care that they need. And the only reason that the purple heart foundation can persist in these efforts is because the private donations. They're not a federally funded entity. They receive private donations from people like you. And when you write a check when you donate cash that money goes towards providing educational scholarships funding PTSD research to canines for combat vets getting homeless veterans off the streets. That's what it pays for it pays to fly. These volunteer veterans out to a returning veterans. Home to go to the paperwork that the VA requires that they go through. It's like not. I'm not even kidding you. It's almost a foot tall the stack just said that they can get the benefits they're up. This is what your money pays for. And I think it's just the least that.

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"tommy anderson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"tommy anderson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"This. Do you have any comment on the FCC violation of filed against your various no violation. So there's no violation. You think you taking dark money? Yeah. No, it's never they're never guilty of taking dark money when they actually aren't that's the very definition of it. So she's running away from it now because she got caught. This is this is this is how these tyrants are when you when you promote tyranny. Tyrant's promote tyranny. Socialism is a form of tyranny. And they they want to ban everyone else from doing the things that themselves completely take advantage of. She didn't want to talk about the allegations. She doesn't think that there's violation even though even former FCC chiefs are saying, yeah, there there was. She has never doesn't want to have any doesn't want to answer. The question runs away. Doesn't want to answer questions. It seems pretty early in her career to be running away from just straight out questions by reporters. She just wants to completely ignore. Did. This is someone who is who was his accused, and there's credible. You're wanna talk about credible evidence. There's not credible accusation credible evidence that shows that they were funneling money back and forth. Just under a million dollars between this pack and her campaign illegally. These are laws that she wants in place because she says that Republicans do this all the time. How dare they she wants these laws in place, and yet here she is engaging in the same activity that is banned by the laws. She supports and that she has spoken about on the campaign trail, and this woman wants us to pay the government ninety three almost ninety four trillion dollars in new taxes to cover her quote, unquote. Oh, green new deal. That bans the combustible engine and eliminates quote farting cows in quote. Do you trust her? I wouldn't trust her with the damn dollar much less ninety three ninety four trillion dollars. Good heavens. And Tommy Anderson who filed this complaint from he's with the national legal and policy center. He's not playing he's serious. This isn't something for which you can be fined she could face jail time out of this. Because this isn't a it's a it's a big issue. Now, she got herself in trouble. Again. You know, why she comes up so often it's not because anyone's scared of her first off. I don't think anyone on the right particularly myself scared of any one I've proven more than any of my haters that I'm willing to go the extra distance to engage in discussion. People are too afraid of my destroying the minute debate. Even have a conversation with me. So that's been proven time and time again, and I'm very tag Taggart about this. And I'm not going to minimize my accomplishments to make someone else feel better in their mediocrity. I refuse to that effect. The reason she comes up so often and the prices because she says and does stupid stuff the reason so many people talk about her is because she makes it too easy. She's people mocked Sarah Palin. And they they attributed align that Tina Fey set on Saturday Night Live to Sarah Palin. Alexandria, Cossio Cortez is like the dime is like the dollar. Store. She would be to the left the dollar store Palin. I mean, at least Palin was governor right everyone mocked Palin. She was governor. She at least he was she was talking about Akasha Cortez doesn't even know how taxes work. So now, she gets roasted daily wire captured this. And I saw this. She was she was this is exactly. She was blasting. And it's from a couple of tweets etcetera. She was asking for all in a defensive Representative, Illinois, Omar, she was saying well, where where is the where are, where's the the outrage of someone like she said, Jerry Falwell junior saying that we just need to go and shoot all these Muslims and she had like six second. How long is this video club us? I'm not playing it. But I want to just tell you the time. Oh, it's like forty seconds. It's like forty seconds of his of of a speech that he gave at liberty university. And it said Jerry Falwell junior threatened to shoot. And kill Muslims of more more good people had concealed carry permits. We could in those Muslims and she presented that as like him. That's a racist comment that justifies Illinois Mars, antisemitism. I am not a fan of the way that Jerry Falwell junior does stem stuff I'll be straight up on us with United been critical of him in the past. But this is stupid because he was specifically talking about they when they started the video they cut him in mid sentence. The left is famous for this while at the same time bitching about deceptively edited videos that show Planned Parenthood was in fact, selling body parts, and by the way, the center for medical progress was completely exonerated by a judge who agreed within that. There was no deceptiveness in their editing. But this particular video clip he was talking about the San Bernardino terror attack in two thousand fifteen. And he was saying that if more people had concealed carry permits. They could've taken these individuals out if California wasn't so restrictive. That's what he was talking about. She'll midst that entirely. And presents it as though it just happened and runs with it. Can you imagine this person with more power alive so much more? We haven't even scraped the surface of what we need to get into today. Coming up. We'll have some media bias that you're gonna wanna know about as well as the cow regulation is upon us. I'm not making that up. In the meantime, the purple heart foundation is an organization staffed volunteer veterans. So they're not drawing salary. They just understand the importance of making sure that veterans returning home from conflict that they have what is they have the benefits coming that are to them, and they're able to get the care that they need. And the only reason that the purple heart foundation can persist in these efforts is because of private donations. They're not a federally funded entity. They receive private donations from people like you. And when you write a check when you donate cash that money goes towards providing educational scholarships funding PTSD research canines for combat vets getting homeless veterans off the streets. That's what it pays for it pays to fly. These volunteer veterans out to a returning veterans. To go through the paperwork that the VA requires that they go through. It's not I'm not even kidding you. It's almost a foot tall the stack just said that they can get the benefits they're up. This is what your money pays for. And I think it's just the least that we can do for these people who sacrificed so much for us. Visit purple heart foundation dot org slash donate and make your contribution today. That's purple heart foundation dot.

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"tommy anderson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"tommy anderson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Do you have any comment on the FCC violation? Filed against you were there is no violation. So there's no violation. Of dark money. Yeah. I know it's never they're never guilty of taking dark money when they actually aren't that's the very definition of it. So she's running away from it now because she got caught this is this is this is how these tyrants are when you when you promote tyranny. Tyrant's promote tyranny. Socialism is a form of tyranny. And they they want to ban everyone else from doing the things that they themselves completely take advantage of. She didn't want to talk about the allegations. She doesn't think that there's a violation even though even former FCC chiefs are saying. Yeah, there there there was. She has never doesn't want to have any doesn't want to answer. The question runs away. Doesn't want to answer questions. It seems pretty early in her career to be running away from just straight up questions by reporters. She just wants to completely ignore. Did. This is someone who has who has his accused, and there's credible. You wanna talk about credible evidence? There's not credible accusation credible evidence that shows that they were funneling money back and forth. Just under a million dollars between this pack and her campaign illegally. These are laws that she wants in place because she says that Republicans do this all the time. How dare they she wants his laws in place, and yet here she is engaging in the same activity that is banned by the laws. She supports and that she has spoken about while on the campaign trail, and this woman wants us to pay the government ninety three almost ninety four trillion dollars in new taxes. To cover her quote, unquote, green new deal that bans the combustible engine and eliminates quote farting cows in quote. Do you trust her? I wouldn't trust her with the damn dollar much less ninety three ninety four trillion dollars. Good heavens. And Tommy Anderson who filed this complaint from his with the national legal and policy center. He's not playing he's serious. This isn't something for which you can be fined she could face jail time out of this. Because this isn't a it's a it's a big issue. Now, she got herself in trouble. Again. You know, why she comes up so often it's not because anyone scared of her first off. I don't think anyone on the right particularly myself scared of any one I've proven more than any of my haters that I'm willing to go the extra distance to engage in discussion. People are too afraid of my destroying them in a debate to even have a conversation with me. So that's been proven time and time again, and I'm very tag Taggart about this. And I'm not going to minimize accomplishments to make someone else feel better in their mediocrity. I refuse to that effect. The reason she comes up so often and the prices because she says and does stupid stuff the reason so many people talk about her is because she makes it too easy. She's people mocked Sarah Palin, and they they attributed align. Tina Fey set on Saturday Night Live to Sarah Palin. Alexandria, Akasha Cortez is like the dime is like the dollar store. Store. She would be to the left the dollar store Palin. I mean, at least Palin was governor. Right everyone mocked Palin. Cheers governor she at least knew what she was talking about a Cossio Cortez doesn't even know how taxes work. So now, she gets roasted daily wire captured this. And I saw this. She was she was this is exactly. She was blasting. And it's from a couple of tweets at cetera. She was asking for all in a defensive Representative, Illinois. Mar she was saying well where where is the where are where's the outrage of someone like she said, Jerry Falwell junior saying that we just need to go and shoot all these Muslims and she had a six second. How long is this video clip may look at this? I'm not playing it. But I want to just tell you the time. Oh, it's like forty seconds. It's like forty seconds of of of a speech that he gave at liberty university and said Jerry Falwell junior threatened to shoot. And kill Muslims of more more good people had concealed carry permits. We could in those Muslims and she presented that as like him. That's a racist comment that justifies Illinois Mars, antisemitism. I am not a fan of the way that Jerry Falwell junior does stem stuff I'll be straight up on us with the United been critical of him in the past. But this is stupid because he was specifically talking about they when they started the video they cut him in mid sentence. The left is famous for this while at the same time bitching about deceptively edited videos that show Planned Parenthood was in fact, selling body parts, and by the way, the center for medical progress was completely exonerated by a judge who agreed within that. There was no deceptiveness in their editing. But this particular video clip he was talking about the San Bernardino terror attack in two thousand fifteen. And he was saying that if more people had concealed carry permits. They could've taken these individuals out if California wasn't so restrictive. That's what he was talking about. She'll midst that entirely. And presents it as though it just happened and runs with it. Can you imagine this person with more power alive so much more? We haven't even scrape the surface of what we need to get into today. Coming up. We'll have some media bias that you're gonna wanna know about as well as the cal- fart. Regulation is upon us. I'm not making that up. In the meantime, the purple heart foundation is an organization staffed volunteer veterans. So they're not drawing a salary. They just understand the importance of making sure that veterans returning home from conflict that they have what is they have the benefits coming that are owed to them. And they're able to get the care that they need. And the only reason that the purple heart foundation can persist in these efforts is because of private donations. They're not federally funded entity, they receive private donations from people like you. And when you write a check when you donate cash that money goes towards providing educational scholarships funding PTSD research, the canines for combat vets getting homeless veterans off the streets. That's what it pays for it pays to fly. These volunteer veterans out to a returning veterans home. To go to the paperwork that the VA requires that they go through. It's like not. I'm not even kidding you. It's almost all the stack. Just so that they can get the benefits thereof. This is what your money pays for. And I think it's just the least that we can do for.

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"tommy anderson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"tommy anderson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You have any comment on the epi violation of filed against your various no violation. So does no by elation sign of you taking dark money. No. I know it's never they're never guilty of taking dark money when they actually are. That's the very definition of it. So she's running away from it now because she got caught this is this is this is how these tyrants are when you when you promote tyranny. Tyrant's promote tyranny. Socialism is a form of tyranny. And they they want to ban everyone else from doing the things that they themselves completely take advantage of. She didn't want to talk about the allegations. She doesn't think that is a violation. Even though even former FCC chiefs are saying. Yeah, there there there was. She has never doesn't want to have any doesn't want to answer. The question runs away. Doesn't want to answer questions. It seems pretty early in her career to be running away from just straight up questions by reporters. She just wants to completely ignore. Did. This is someone who was who was his accused, and there's credible. You wanna talk about credible evidence? There's not credible accusation credible evidence that shows that they were funneling money back and forth. Just under a million dollars between this pack and her campaign illegally. These are laws that she wants in place because she says that Republicans do this all the time. How dare they she wants these laws in place, and yet here she is engaging in the same activity that is banned by the laws. She supports and that she has spoken about while on the campaign trail. And this woman wants us to pay the government ninety three almost ninety four trillion dollars in new taxes to cover her quote, unquote, green new deal that bans the combustible engine and eliminates quote farting cows in quote. Do you trust her? I wouldn't trust her with the damn dollar much less ninety three ninety four trillion dollars. Good heavens. And Tommy Anderson who filed this complaint from he's with the national legal and policy center. He's not playing he's serious. This isn't something for which you can be fined she could face jail time out of this. Because this isn't a it's a it's a big issue. Now, she got herself in trouble. Again. You know, why she comes up so often it's not because anyone scared of her first off. I don't think anyone on the right particularly myself scared of any one I've proven more than any of my haters that I'm willing to go the extra distance to engage in discussion. People are too afraid of my destroying him in a debate. Even have a conversation with me. So that's been proven time and time again, and I'm very tag Taggart about this. And I'm not going to minimize my accomplishments to make someone else feel better in their mediocrity. I refuse to that effect. The reason she comes up so often, and the is because she says and does stupid stuff the reason so many people talk about her is because she makes it too easy. She's people mocked Sarah Palin. And they they attributed align that Tina Fey set on Saturday Night Live to Sarah Palin. Alexandria, Cossio Cortez is like the dime is like the dollar store. Store. She would be to the left the dollar store Palin. I mean, at least Palin was governor right everyone mocked Palin. She was governor. She always knew what she was talking about a Cossio Cortez doesn't even know how taxes work. So now, she gets roasted daily wire captured this. And I saw this. She was she was this is exactly. She was blasting. And it's from a couple of tweets at cetera. She was asking for all in a defensive Representative, Illinois. She was saying well where where is the where are, where's the the outrage of someone like she said, Jerry Falwell junior saying that we just need to go and shoot all these Muslims and she had like six second. How long is this video club? I'm not playing it. But I wanted to just tell you the time. Oh, it's like forty seconds. It's like forty seconds of of of a speech that he gave at liberty university. And it said Jerry Falwell junior threatened to shoot. And kill Muslims of more more good people had concealed carry permits. We could in those Muslims and she presented that as like him. That's a racist comment that justifies Illinois Mars, antisemitism. I am not a fan of the way that Jerry Falwell junior. Does some stuff I'll be straight up on us that the United been critical of him in the past. But this is stupid because he was specifically talking about they when they started the video they cut him in mid sentence. The left is famous for this while at the same time bitching about deceptively edited videos that show Planned Parenthood was in fact, selling body parts, and by the way, Senator for medical progress was completely exonerated by judge who agreed with him that there was no deceptiveness in their editing. But this particular video clip he was talking about the San Bernardino terror attack in two thousand fifteen. And he was saying that if more people had concealed carry permits. They could have taken these individuals out if California wasn't so restrictive. That's what he was talking about. She'll midst that entirely. And presents it as though it just happened and runs with it. Can you imagine this person with more power alive so much more? We haven't even scraped the surface of what we need to get into today. Coming up. We'll have some media bias that you're going to want to know about as well as the cow regulation is upon us. I'm not making that up. In the meantime, the purple heart foundation is an organization staffed volunteer veterans. So they're not drawing salary. They just understand the importance of making sure that veterans returning home from conflict that they have what is they have the benefits coming that are owed to them. And they're able to get the care that they need. And the only reason that the purple heart foundation can persist in these efforts is because of private donations. They're not a federally funded entity. They receive private donations from people like you. And when you write a check when you donate cash that money goes towards providing educational scholarships funding PTSD research, the canines for combat vets getting homeless veterans off the streets. That's what it pays for it pays to fly. These volunteer veterans out to a returning veterans. Home to go to the paperwork that the VA requires that they go through. It's like not. I'm not even kidding you. It's almost a foot tall the stack. Just so that they can get the benefits they're up. This is what your money pays for. And I think it's just the least that we can do for.

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"tommy anderson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:14 min | 2 years ago

"tommy anderson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Eighty WCBS show this Email and on whether or not you'll leave Representative Omar sitting on the foreign relations committee if you were Nancy Pelosi. Your point BRUCE'S valid but not realistic in the Dem's world. For example, Maxine Waters is on the finance committee. What? There's there's some sense of that one actually because if she could teach members of congress how to enrich the country as she has managed to enrich yourself. Then that'd be a really good idea. No. It's just makes no sense to me. And if if they're serious about this just it's the same as the sandy in Annapolis. The series about this stuff. There are ways of making sure that the individual in question has had his or her hands spank sufficiently. And if you are the speaker of the house and the leader, the Democrats, and you actually really don't approve of this. You say what committees is she on? Let's let's put her on the agriculture committee. Instead, she's from Minnesota. That would make sense. There's a lot of agriculture out their foreign relations. She doesn't belong there. And simply change her appointment means spank her in this, particular fashion. By talking about freshman, congress people's and enriching themselves. Have you ever heard of something about the national legal and policy center to the NLP there, a nonprofit, and according to the national legal and policy center. They have actually filed a complaint. Against Alexandria court has. Alexandria. Are her chief of staff as a guy named sake cat chucker Chuck robot? Apparently, at least allegedly Chuck robot created, multiple, limited liability corporations LLC's to funnel campaign contributions from various packs there were sent for her. Into his pockets. Chuck robots. Entity, which is brand new congress LLC served as a cutout for almost a million dollars received from all Cossio credentials campaign in two federal packs, brand new congress, pack and Justice. Democrats packed. She under the federal election campaign act back in seventy one all expenditures of two hundred bucks or more are required to be reported to the FCC. So what they did we superior? Set up a structure designed to skirt the FCC requirements on Pac donations, which are limited to five thousand dollars per election cycle see anytime that he Pac a political action committee cuts check to candidates committee. They're required to report that to the F you and going to detail about what the money's being used for marketing, or fundraising or transportation, or whatever the case might be. The court of the folks out there and LPC these are not minor or technical violations. This is real money here almost a million bucks. All my years of studying F E C reports I've never seen the more ambitious operation to circumvent reporting requirements Representative or Cossio Cortez has been quite vocal in condemning so-called dark money, but her own campaign where to great lengths to avoid the sunlight of disclosure. This is according to the director of NLP government integrity project guy. Tommy anderson. Now what this means is. That Chuck, Robart and Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. Maybe in line for prison time. Thing about them. And this kind of goes on top of now her destroyed images being all green since she refused to take the subway and mass transit system to go anywhere. Despite the fact that the stop was one minute from her campaign office, and she ran up rather sizable expenses on Uber. So there you go. Fascinating story. What what this basically means? She's learned how to be a democrat politician real quickly. I mean, she usually you'll see this kind of stuff till they've been in there for two or three terms. But even before she was elected. She was doing. This means Jeff that his car. He is first up this hour on talk radio six eighty WCBS. Good morning. Think alike because literally before the property our I noticed the five waited until after the news to call on a court. Even I even at the top of the bottom of the hour. It's been reported about a oh, see our campaign Medicare, and I think in total when I don't know if you just sat there, it's closer to three million dollars. I think one or two million directly to company and you had a call earlier this morning from I think it's Fred and Baltimore oh claims he voted for Trump. And I was saying to the radio exactly what you were saying. Then if if you voted for him, why are you consciously rating and flooding down, and I just find it amazing that people will take their full take their vote and kick following incumbent time after time after time so many taxes go to Washington and lawfully and yet nothing. Nothing ever changes. And finally, we have a president who citizens get half. The vote is live the Americans or did not have to run and live. The American dream is going to work. The American citizen in Poland, everyone, regardless of pigmentation, and the left continues with this vein. Yeah. It it never stops initially on the thing either. They just massively confused, or in my view more likely there were trying to hide things. You don't set up multiple LLC's funnel money from LLC to LLC in order to because you're confused. You do that. So you can hide contributions and channel those contributions to someplace else, and that is apparently what her campaign and her campaign manager did. And that's look that is the nature of politics. It's just stunning that she could be this honest and this transparent this fast. I mean, even dollar Bill Jefferson member the guy after Katrina who had we had the guys take him back to his house. So he could get the money out of his safe for out of the refrigerator or something like that. I mean, dirty campaign money. I mean, even he had to be there for a for a handful of terms before he got really blatant about it and looks like AMC has decided why wait why? Exactly. And if I may leave you with this. It's amazing how regardless of the situation or who it is more often than not the truth Parkway to the top, please. Keep fighting the good fight froze going. Great job. Thanks, Jeff sooner or later. It does one note on this Jeff before you go because you mentioned it truly matters. None to me. If somebody says I voted for so, and so I voted for somebody else. What matters to me is the philosophy of that. I'm hearing the point of view, I'm hurrying within any particular conversation. I don't know somebody who for run on the voting booth with him and somebody says they voted for Trump. But their history would indicate that there's no in hell, they did that then I can say fine. If you bought him. Okay. Sure, no problem because I have no way of knowing and I'm not going to be a position trying to guess, but your observation was mine every single call we received from some individuals who then say, oh, but I voted for Trump. Well nonsense. I I don't buy it. I'm I was born at night, but not last night. Well, and you you made a very good point. When he he made the point. And I've heard this over and over and the other gentlemen, that calls it his name with the team does the same thing, you will put the facts in front of them, and they will divert and then dodging and making huge, and again, regardless of pigmentation, or what have you in two thousand nineteen if everyone is being listed what the hell difference. Does it make no a rising tide lifts all boats, and that is the philosophy of this administration? And it is a philosophy that historically has worked every single time. Jeff, thanks for your call. Appreciate it Brazilian show. Talkradio six eighty WCBS, Tim and Dundalk, Tim. Good morning, Bruce. How're you doing? Well. Thanks. You know, if the Republicans wanna win in two thousand twenty you know, all they really have to do is get smart and put a committee together studied, the Democrats just like they study like they study us. Okay. Send people out with cameras. Take pictures of Pelosi's three houses with the walls. Take pictures of the the green acres eating hamburgers. And and pictures of them just like with the Ortez woman, or whatever name is, you know, not taking the subway and flying around in their private jets. You know, I mean, these people are hypocrites, and they need to be it needs to be shown at they're hypocrites. Just like, Al Gore. He uses more energy down in Tennessee in his in his little community there, then the rest of the people in the whole community in his home. He basically is using enough energy to power. The nearby town. And one house, and then he then he flies around in a private jet to tell people that they have to do away with jets. This is classic. And if people, you know, if the Republicans got smart, and they put these people in photos and in print, and and put it out there over and over again for the next eighteen months, or whatever, you know, people are going to start thinking about that. Even even the the the the millennials that are walking around in pajamas immoral March. Like, I just saw a couple of minutes. Even they would wake up if they realize, hey, you know, I mean, people were going to get rid of all the fuel all the oil coal, you know, and we're going to power all the if if it changed over all battery operated cars tomorrow, the power grid would go down. Well, one of the thing if you change over to all electric cars where do those cells come from? Where are the contents of those better cells come from they come from massive minds in China, which are literally carving a poll mountains in order for the the electric batteries to work in automobiles? So I mean, there's there's no free lunch on this stuff. There's always a quid pro quo. Yes, we can give you an electric car. But it means the destruction of the pollution of vast areas of land somewhere on the globe. Yes. We can give you a gasoline powered car, but yes, you're going to have some pollution that comes off because of that. There is no such thing as a. A perfectly clean energy. It is impractical to thank as oh Cossio grotesque has said that we really need to do is. We just get rid of the airplanes and get rid of all gasoline cars and retrofit every single building and this entire country. So that it is green to my satisfaction. But this is this is a socialist pipedream stuff. And this is what they live on ener, so common sense by and it's no, I mean, all you gotta do is. Use commonsense to realize that this if they even tried something like this besides the cost of what all of this would be which would be off the charts. There are whole way of living. What are we all going to turn back in the Quakers? Yeah. I mean, you know, the Amish driving around and horse and wagon. I mean, come on man, you know, and and if I just really think the Republicans have had a win might here laying in the face if they if they get off their butts, and they do it, right? And they take pictures, and they they they put this stuff out there every day. But that's all the Democrats been doing with Trump years. Right. And it's going to happen between now and election time you count on it. Because now the Democrats are in the house. That's what's gonna happen. Tim, thanks for your call. I appreciate it. Bruce Elliott show. Talkradio six eighty WCBS. A lot of you guys know to get your teeth fixed is something you've needed to have done.

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"tommy anderson" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

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"tommy anderson" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"It's amazing just it was riding at a newsletter we had something called rich news that goes at every week and today i wrote about a week and a half or so go my cochairman tommy anderson he's with our private equity group they'll dirty of our company he came into my office almost and he said he got him in the united states share something with you he said i am advising accompanied that's what he does he buys is a lot of companies that he said we just greater own values had it not been dwyer route i would have never taken the ice thing is as i am then he handed me the set of values that he has helped the company create with the help of the leadership team were melenchon implemented so that's just one example and another example is just a three days ago i had a of working team expert come in and we were talking about and get a really dot com it's an exciting time for dwyer said one other thing i need to share with you i wish interviewing intern from baylor university where right at the river from baylor university and she's at one of the questions i always ask is why dwyer you're you're you're smart marketing intern you can buy the worker almost any company dallas are austin wind wire she said because i want to refer company goods bags base and teacher had made values required reading business classic dealer said what she read that she made a decision she's not a worker any doesn't have values that issues allied with issued you guys right my backyard i'd love to do my with you.

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