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Dennis Prager Podcasts
"tony montalto" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Simple as that. What does it say in deuteronomy? What does it say and deuteronomy? Well, as I have pointed out, but I don't expect most listeners to remember this because I haven't in a long time, but I pointed out in my Bible, commentary, the latest volume deuteronomy just came out this week. And I believe it's all life-changing things on almost every page. Taking the life of murderers is the only law in all 5 books of the Torah, the first 5 books of the Bible. Where all the laws appear. The only law repeated in all the only law what did I say? You said the only law. Oh, I understand how people could be convinced. There were 613 laws. It is the only law that is repeated in each book. That is stated in each book. That is how central it is to the biblical worldview. And a few are a religious Jew or religious Christian and you oppose capital punishment for at any time for any crime, you're certainly entitled to your opinion, but it isn't God's opinion in the Bible. Just for the record. But a lot of people think they're right in the Bible is wrong. So you're not alone. I happen to think it's wiser than I am, and I accept the fact that there is a colossal injustice in keeping every single murderer alive. The guy who killed how many did that Norwegian, fanatic kill, like 84. It was astonishing. Like 6 dozen. And he will be eligible for parole because enlightened in Scandinavia. They don't think you should be. Put away, let alone 77. Wow. 77. It's enlightened to keep murderers alive. Get it? That's what's called enlightened. All right, I just thought I would share that with you. Parkland shooter escapes death penalty. How did he escape the death penalty? You mean Florida has the death penalty? Yeah. How do you escape it? Jury just that's what the jury's. Did the jury give a reason? I didn't realize that. I thought it was not even on the table. No, no, jury. That's fascinating. Some of the grieving families, this is from national view. Some of the grieving families, you know, it's pop up while you're reading, and then knocks out what you're reading. Some of the grieving families were deeply unhappy with the ruling, this jury failed our families today, said Fred guttenberg, a father of one of the victims, 17 families did not receive justice. Let's try to have him on the show. I want him to know how many people agree with him. These families will go to bed every night, knowing that the person who murdered their child is also in bed that night. Man, here's the beauty. Fred guttenberg's tax money is going to help support that guy. In bed every night. Gina Hoyer, whose 15 year old son was slain in the rampage texted, I am stunned and caps. Upon hearing the jury's decision to not seek the death penalty. Tony montalto, whose daughter Gina was among the victims called the decision pretty unreal. The monster that killed them gets to live another day. So those of you opposed to capital punishment, you have to think that all these parents are morally inferior to you because you do believe that it is the morally superior position to oppose capital punishment. So all these parents are just vengeful, lowlifes in this way. You'll say, no, I don't think that it's understandable because it was their child who was killed. Well, why is it understandable? You think it's immoral. When is immorality understandable? You don't take your own theory seriously you opponents of capital punishment. You think these people have been deranged morally on this subject because their child died. Well, my child was not killed. And I am as passionate as these parents that this guy be dead. And you think I'm morally inferior for that position. So you have to hold this as a universal. I think your position is morally inferior. But the people who bother me, that secular people will be opposed to the death penalty for murder. I expect. But that people who call themselves religious Jews are religious Christians do, it shows you how profoundly secular thought has influenced religious people. You can't get around it, folks. When God creates the world in genesis, genesis has almost no laws. But there is one, there was more than one. There were about 7. God creates the world, he says, if a person sheds the life sheds the blood of another person by man, shall his blood be shed. Because in the image of God, he created man. God is wrong, right? O Yi religious Christians and Jews who oppose the death penalty..
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"tony montalto" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Georgia Democrats hope they can recreate the magic that got two U.S. senators elected last year, but things have changed since then. We talk about it on Georgia votes 2022, the W ABE podcast all about the midterms. Find it in your podcast app. The next city lights actor Jack McBride tells us about his Apple plus TV hit. Hello, Jack. The kindness show and being compared to Mr. Rogers. I grew up loving his show. I saw a need for more of those messages and I wanted to honor that. I'm Lois Wright says join us Friday, had 11 a.m.. Live from NPR news and Culver City California, I'm Dwayne Brown. Almost 5 years after the murders of 17 people at a Florida high school, a jury today, recommended life in prison without parole for Parkland shooter Nicholas Cruz, a sentence of death would have required a unanimous decision among the 12 jurors. In this case, at least one juror held out several family members shook their heads in disbelief as the verdict became clear, Tony montalto lost his 14 year old daughter during the rampage at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school. I haven't heard one of our families complain. About the case they put on. They were factual, they were realistic that rebuttal was excellent. I just think people forget what facts are these days. The defense had argued that there were mitigating factors, mental health problems drove cruises actions that day, crews had already pleaded guilty to the Valentine's Day shooting, and we'll spend the rest of his life in prison. Authorities in New York are asking a court to intervene to block former president Donald Trump from hiding business assets in PR's ilia marriage reports New York's attorney general is concerned Trump may be trying to shield his assets should he lose a lawsuit against him. In September, New York attorney general letitia James sued Donald Trump the Trump organization and Trump's three eldest adult children, accusing them of a years long fraud that involved lying about the value of their real estate holdings. That same day, a new Trump business entity was formed, AG James is concerned Trump may use that new business to shield some of his holdings, showed the state prevail in its lawsuit and win big dollar penalties. James is asking the judge to block Trump from moving assets without the court's approval and to a point an independent monitor. Trump's attorney calls the motion a stunt and says her client has no intention of doing anything improper. Ilya Merritt's NPR news, New York. Roaring back from steep losses earlier in the day, stocks finished higher on Wall Street. This is NPR. From WAB news in Atlanta, good afternoon. I'm Jim burris, our time now is 5 32. At east point woman has joined a class action lawsuit against car manufacturers, Kia, and Hyundai. Mary horn claims the company's made their vehicles easy for thieves to steal. Mali Oppenheimer reports. Atlanta police say there was a sharp increase in thefts of Kia and Hyundai cars over the summer. According to the complaint, that's because most Kia and Hyundai vehicles don't have a crucial anti theft device. Called an engine immobilizer. That transmits a code to your car when the key is put in the ignition switch. The suit claims most of the cars before 2022 are defective, and thieves only need to get inside a car, pry off the ignition cover and use a screwdriver or even a USB cable to start the engine. Dubbed the Kia boys trend, videos on social platforms like TikTok show thieves, stealing the cars. The companies have not issued a recall. Lily Oppenheimer WAB news. Kia and Hyundai tell WAB either working on solutions with local law enforcement to cut down on the thefts and their models meet federal motor vehicle safety standards. The two candidates running in Georgia for U.S. Senate have been unavailable today as both the Warnock and walker campaigns are readying them for tomorrow night's televised debate. Tom Preston is a communications professor at the university of north Georgia. He says many see walker as likeable. And if he was walker's debate consultant, he'd coach the nominee to play that up while sticking to the issues. It's about things like the economy, about some of the things he's going to promote in terms of possibly being a swing vote in the United States Senate. And if Preston was incumbent, democratic senator Raphael Warnock's debate consultant? I would say stress as he has in some of his campaign ads, some of the things that he's been able to do a particularly to counteract the notion that he's extremeness that he actually has worked across the aisle on a number of issues. And we'll have more on tomorrow
WHAS 840 AM
"tony montalto" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"8 40 W H A s. Our top story is a double shooting that happened last night in Louisville's West End South 24th Street was the scene. A man and a woman were taken to the hospital in critical condition. L NPD says there are no suspects. Kentucky State Police have released body camera video showing Louisville Metro police officers shooting and killing a man. Last month. Officers were investigating a stolen car in the Jacobs neighborhood on May 30th when they encountered 32 year old Ryan Bernal on Georgetown Place. State. Police say the video shows Bernal brandished a gun and placed it to his neck while backing away. He then pointed the gun at officers. Heaven. Seriously tough part. We still got to get in his hand. He still got the guys here. Ln PD Officers Bratton, Woodford and Chase Barrett fired their weapons. Bernal died the next day at the hospital. K SP continues to investigate the shooting. Suzanne Duval NewsRadio, 8 40. W. H. A S one person was killed and two others injured in a crash involving a Tark bus in Louisville's West End. It happened Tuesday afternoon at 23rd and Oak Streets. Police say a person was killed when their pickup truck collided with the bus. President Biden leaves for the United Kingdom this morning, his first overseas trip since taking office. ABC is Karen Travers with details The White House says President Biden's first trip overseas will be focused on showing that democracy works, especially in the face of challenges posed by Russia and China. The president arrives in the United Kingdom today for the G seven Summit of World leaders will also visit Brussels, Belgium for a NATO summit. The trip ends with the high stakes meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva, Switzerland, next Wednesday. The G seven summit will be the first major in person gathering of world leaders since the start of the Covid 19 pandemic. Karen Travers, ABC News, Cornwall, England. Jefferson Town Mayor Bill de Raaf will announce his candidacy for Louisville mayor today. Four other candidates have already entered the race. Democrats David James, Craig Greenberg, Shamika Parish, Right and Tim Finley. Greg Fischer is in his third and final term as mayor, trainer Bob Baffert has filed a lawsuit over his Kentucky Derby winners failed drug tests. Kaylie Hanson has the latest Medina spirit tested positive for banned substance following his Kentucky Derby. 1 47 win. Bob Baffert was suspended from Churchill Downs for two years as a result. Now the Hall of Fame trainer is suing the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission, claiming their rules do not specifically say that the application of the drug through a topical ointment is illegal. Beverage says additional testing of Medina spirits urine samples could prove the drug came from an ointment and not an injection. I'm Hailey Hansen, the students who were freshman when the Parkland Florida School shootings happened are graduating in a ceremony tonight dined students who were in the class of 2021 were among those killed that day more from correspondent Peter King, with nine students missing, their parents are walking across the stage and their honor, Loreal and Jeff's daughter, Alyssa is one of the nine mom and dad. Wish you were walking that stage tonight, Tony Montalto says he's thinking about what could have been for.
"tony montalto" Discussed on 710 WOR
"People were killed three years later, the pain still felt following the Parkland school shooting. Every day has been very difficult since my beautiful daughter, Gina Rose, Montalto was murdered at her school father, Tony Montalto, honoring his 14 year old daughter at a wreath laying ceremony. She was one of the 17 victims killed when a gunman opened fire it Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Our family is it's not hold on my wife and my son and myself are reminded of that flags were flown at half staff and memorials held across South Florida for the victim's Lionel Boys. ABC News Miami President Biden used the anniversary to pass stricter gun control laws. He wants background checks on all gun sales, also calling for a ban on assault weapons and high capacity magazines. Nothing could stop Prosecutor open to making a deal in order to locate the remains of Jennifer Delos, the chief attorney in Connecticut, Richard Colangelo says he's open minded and is not willing to close the door on anything he spoke to CBS is 48 hours. Which aired an update on the Delos disappearance case. Family members of Michelle Trick onus were on the show. They insist that she was not involved in the disappearance of Jennifer, the former wife of her boyfriend. Photos Delos So that case still remains a mystery. It's now 5 50 10 minutes before six o'clock and once again to check on traffic for you with burning fighter. Bring what you got. Outside the Garden State Parkway south on remains closed except 1. 35. The colonia Rest area. Got a bad accent is an overturned vehicle and a car fire closing down the South Hunger and State Parkway and Clark, you've got at least a 15 minutes. Slow down at this point, and an 80 eastbound in Paterson is a disabled vehicle blocking off the right hand lane by exit 60. Heading in towards exit. 59 is we're going to start to see the slowdowns on 80 eastbound All's well, though at your Hudson River crossings alters had the street parking rules are suspended for President's Day. This report is sponsored by the exit in Temple scanner, Fevers. The leading sign of covert 19 use an accurate thermometer for twice daily checks. Protect your loved ones with the ex agent Semple scanner. It takes inaccurately in seconds and is the only home thermometer recommended by hospitals, physicians and clinics. They save with extra Jim. Our next traffic updates coming up in 15 minutes on 7 10 w o R 5 51 is the time right now nine minutes before six o'clock coming up with six o'clock. It's Len Burman and Michael Riedel in the morning in just a moment to check on our messy weather forecast also coming up. Harry and Megan expecting another child Details Next.
"tony montalto" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Reported several multi pile ups in the western part of the state. Texas governor Greg Abbott has issued a disaster declaration for all the States 254 counties, saying his state is facing an extremely dangerous winter storm. The weather is affecting flight operations at airports across the area. More than 760 flights were canceled at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. This Valentine's Day marks three years since the school shooting in Parkland, Florida that killed 17 people and wounded 17. Others. NPR's Joel Rose reports. It was a difficult day for Tony Montalto, who lost his 14 year old daughter, Gina Rose in the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. These were 17 lives that were cut short way too soon and We just asked Today everyone take to remember the people who they were. Three years after the shooting. The trial of the alleged shooter is still in limbo. Lawyers for Nicholas Cruz say he would plead guilty in exchange for a life sentence. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. The school security officer on duty during the shooting is also awaiting trial on criminal charges, including child neglect and negligence. Joel Rose NPR news You're listening to NPR news. Protests continue in Myanmar over the military coup there earlier this month, thousands of people turned out in the streets today, demanding that the elected leader Aung Song suit she be released. And civilian order be restored. China is lashing out at the U. S. After National security advisor Jake Sullivan voice concerns about Beijing's level of cooperation with the World Health Organization investigation into the origins of the pandemic in China. NPR's John Rule, which has more a W H O team of investigators spent nearly a month in China tracing the origins of the pandemic. The trip ended last week. Several news reports, citing members of the W. H O team say China was not fully transparent and refused to hand over raw patient data from early cases. In a statement, Sullivan said the Biden administration had deep concerns around the WH Ose early findings as well as questions about the process used to reach those findings. British Foreign Minister Dominic Rab told the BBC he shared concerns about the WH ose access in China. China's embassy in Washington blasted the U. S for leaving the W. H O and then pointing fingers at wh o members who have been quote faithfully supporting the body. Aging said the U. S. Should invite the W. H O to investigate the origins of the pandemic here. John Rule, which NPR news uncle in the largest city in New Zealand, has begun a three day lockdown. An effort to control a new outbreak of the Corona virus. Officials say the new cases are of the more contagious very in found in Britain. The lockdown is the first in New Zealand in six months. I'm nor Rahm NPR news..
"tony montalto" Discussed on WTVN
"Sunday marked three years since the massacre that left 17 students and faculty dead at the MSG High School on Park Land Florida There was a wreath laying ceremony. In other observances. Tony Montalto still struggles with loss of his 14 year old daughter. Each day. Our family is it's not hold. And my wife and my son and myself are reminded of that. Of a huge missing part of our lives across the state flags were flown at half staff in remembrance of the victims. British Prince Harry and bride, Meghan Markle announced they're expecting their second child. Harry and Meghan made the announcement in typical style, accompanying their statement on the news with white photograph of the Duchess of Suffolk. Relaxed and lying on the grass with a beaming Harry. The photographer is a longtime friend of the couple, Missan Harriman and that photographer known images capturing the Black Lives matter movement In September Last year, he became the first black photographer to shoot the cover of British Vogue in its 104 year history. Julia McFarlane ABC NEWS London He spent years is James Brown's M. C. If you're at a James Brown show, you may have even seen Danny Ray draping capes on the Godfather of soul. We've learned that Danny Ray died earlier this month. His funeral was in Augusta, Georgia on Saturday, and Brown's daughter draped a shiny silver cape over Ray's casket. Danny Ray was 85. This is ABC News. Finding great candidates to hire can be like well, trying to find a needle in a haystack, but not.
"tony montalto" Discussed on KPCC
"Including a discovery that some people may serve as reservoirs for Corona virus mutation coming up after the break. Stay with us. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst amid promising news of more than 1.5 Million Cove in 19 vaccinations happening every day and case numbers falling across the country. There is growing concern about the variant. First identified in the UK NPR's Selena Simmons. Duffin has more The variant known as B 117, has spread to dozens of countries, including the U. S. It's known to be more contagious than the original stars Cov two. Now, an analysis from the UK government advisory group finds that it is also quote likely that it causes more hospitalizations and deaths. Meanwhile, a recent CDC analysis found that based on modeling of how quickly it's spreading in the U. S B 117 will become the predominant variant in March. Health officials described the vaccination campaign as a race against the virus, especially with this and other variants of concern. So far, vaccinations are on track to exceed President Biden's goal of 100 million shots in his 1st 100 days. Selena Simmons Duffin. NPR News, The under former President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial marks the beginning of a new chapter for his White House successor. As NPR's Amy held reports. President Biden has issued a statement on Trump's acquittal and says he's looking ahead to getting his covert relief package. Passed quickly from Camp David President Biden issued a statement noting that seven Republicans joined Democrats in finding Trump guilty not enough to convict but a record for an impeachment trial. Partisanship is what Biden says he wants for his economic rescue package through the process of budget reconciliation. Democrats have already begun moving forward without Republicans. How former President Trump moves ahead now remains uncertain. After being acquitted of inciting insurrection, he hinted at a political future, saying in a statement his movement has only just begun, and he'll share more in the months ahead. But first Trump faces potential legal trouble. From a New York grand jury investigation and a criminal probe in Georgia. Amy held NPR News A massive winter storm brought snow on the ice to large swaths of the US Today in Oregon. Nearly a quarter million power customers were left in the dark after an ice storm brought down trees and power lines this weekend. Portland General Electric says it could be up to a week before some people are back online. Got. Albert spent much of the day trying to clear large tree branches around his property, and Salem says he's trying to be realistic about getting the power back on. They can only have so many work crews out there trying to put up lines and You know how help where they can No, So I mean, it's only a matter of time before they get over to this one. Meanwhile, governors in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas have activated National Guard units to assist state agencies. You just contracts are trading higher at this hour. The doll futures contract up about 4/10 of a percent. You're listening to NPR news. It's Valentine's Day marks three years since the school shooting in Parkland, Florida they killed 17 people and wounded 17 others. NPR's Joel Rose, reports, family and friends observed the anniversary at a memorial service in Fort Lauderdale. It was a difficult day for Tony Montalto, who lost his 14 year old daughter, Gina Rose in the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. These were 17 lives that were cut short way.
"tony montalto" Discussed on KOMO
"Changed apart both directions on Snoqualmie Pass direction tires required. Directions. The white pass in there advised both directions on Stevens passed. Our next report is at 4 34 Button. Smith Come on Traffic. The Kamo forecast from the diversified crawl Space Weather Center. What a wild weekend of weather that snow is gradually coming to an end. We've got that conversion from snow over into right and that's happening gradually from the South up toward the North star friends and walk him Skagit counties hanging out of that snow tonight a little bit longer compared to communities farther south. Now, as we're dealing with the switch over to rain, there are some trouble spots. There could be some sleep out there. Additionally, even some freezing rain. I think this is most likely towards some of the Cascade foothills, especially index in sky comics. With that continuing into tomorrow morning, heavy mountain snow by the way over the passes into tomorrow. Once that rain starts dumping here in the Puget Sound lowlands late tonight and into Monday that could create even more issues, the possibility for some urban flooding, Maybe even some down trees, localize power outages, carports and roofs. Caving in where we have the heavy snow will track it. Meteorologist Abby accounting to come a Weather center. Difficult Valentine's Day for the South Florida community. It was a day of mourning for many A B. C's line on boys reports three years later, the pain still felt following the Parkland school shooting. Every day has been very difficult since my beautiful daughter, Gina Rose, Montalto was murdered at her school father, Tony Montalto, honoring his 14 year old daughter at a wreath laying ceremony. She was one of the 17 victims killed when a gunman opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Our family is it's not hold on my wife and my son and myself are reminded of that flags were.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"tony montalto" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Trump was acquitted by the Senate. In his second impeachment trial. Seven Republicans joined 50 Democrats in voting to impeach the president 10 short of the number needed to convict CBS is Skyler Henry tells us more about closing arguments from Mr Trump's lawyers and the response from the former president himself. The defense continued to challenge the legitimacy of the Senate trial. This has been perhaps the most unfair and flagrantly unconstitutional proceeding in the history of the United States Senate After his acquittal, Mr. Trump issued a statement saying, in part this has been yet another phase of the greatest witch hunt in the history of our country. No president has ever gone through anything like it. Skylar Henry CBS NEWS Washington Republican South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham. He spoke about Trump on Fox News Sunday. His behavior after the election was over the top, he said important questions remain about the January 6 attack on the Capitol that need to be answered by a 9 11 type commission. To make sure nothing like it ever happens again. There was a preplanned element to this attack that we need to look at. Didn't answer Pelosi No. On January, the fifth that there was a threat to the capital. What did President Trump do after the attack, and President Biden weighed in on the impeachment acquittal, issuing a statement last night? I'm Tom for you, President Biden Call's Donald Trump's impeachment acquittal and the deadly capital riot that led to them are sad chapter in U. S history that after this, Cesar 57 the days are 43. Thus 10 years short of the 67 Senate votes that would have been needed to convict Mr Trump of inciting an insurrection that Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell blames on him Anyway. Later, the free World cannot bend weeks thundering that shadowy forces air stealing our country and then feign surprise when people believe him and do reckless things, but Senator McConnell voted to find him not guilty on constitutional grounds. Tom Foti, CBS NEWS Washington It's been three years since a gunman opened fire it Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine's Day in 2018, killing 17 students and staff. ABC News spoke to Tony Montalto, who's 14 year old daughter was among the victims. He attended a wreath laying ceremony in Parkland this morning. Each day. Our family is it's not hold. And.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"tony montalto" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"15 Theo U. S. Supreme Court rules. A Massachusetts Army veteran and his son can be extradited to Japan. Marine May A main man is dead after a crash on 4 95 this morning, an FBI agent who helped Whitey Bulger wants to be released from prison early. And a third person from the same family is dead after a massive fire in Worcester back now to our top story, it's a verdict that was expected by many in the political world. Former President Donald Trump was acquitted by the Senate in his second impeachment trial. Seven Republicans joined 50 Democrats in voting to impeach the president 10 short of the number needed to convict CBS A Skylar Henry tells us more about closing arguments from Mr Trump's lawyers and the response from the former president himself. The defense continued to challenge the legitimacy of the Senate trial. This has been perhaps the most unfair. And flagrantly unconstitutional proceeding in the history of the United States Senate After his acquittal, Mr Trump issued a statement saying, in part, this has been yet another phase of the greatest witch hunt in the history of our country. No president has ever gone through anything like it. Skyler Henry. CBS NEWS Washington, South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham spoke about President Trump former President Trump on Fox News Sunday. His behavior after the election was over the top, he said. Important questions remain about the January 6th attack on the Capitol that need to be answered by a 911 type commission to make sure nothing like it ever happens again. There was a pretty planned element to this attack that we need to look at. Didn't answer Pelosi No. On January the fifth that there was a threat to the capital. What did President Trump do after the attack? And President Biden weighed in on the impeachment acquittal, issuing a statement last night. I'm Tom for you, President Biden Call's Donald Trump's impeachment acquittal and the deadly capital riot that led to them are sad chapter in U. S history that after this yays are 57 the days are 43. Thus Tandy eight short of the 67 Senate votes that would have been needed to convict Mr Trump of inciting an insurrection that Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell blames on him anyway. Later, the free World Bend weeks thundering that shadowy forces are stealing our country and then fame surprised when people believe him and do reckless things, but Senator McConnell voted to find him not guilty on constitutional grounds. Tom Foti, CBS NEWS Washington It's been three years since a gunman opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine's Day in 2018, killing 17 students and staff. ABC News spoke with Tony Montalto, who's 14 year old daughter was among the victims. He attended a wreath laying ceremony in Parkland this morning. Each day. Our family.
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