38 Burst results for "Tribune"

Kari Lake: The Best Gift Received by Liz Cheney

The Officer Tatum Show

01:11 min | 6 hrs ago

Kari Lake: The Best Gift Received by Liz Cheney

"Cheney came out vowed that she would campaign against Kerry Lake, even if she's campaigning for Democrats. And so Carrie Lake was on Fox and gave this response road clip 8. I want to point out what Liz Cheney has said about you when speaking at this Texas tribune conference yesterday. She says, I'm going to do everything I can to make sure Carrie Lake is not elected. Your reaction. That might be the biggest best gift I've ever received. I mean, the people of Wyoming can't stand her. I'm pretty much sure that the people of Arizona don't like Liz Cheney. You know, here's the deal, Maria, the Republican Party, the new Republican Party, is the party of we the people. It is no longer the party of warmongers. And so Liz Cheney probably should change her voter registration. Turns out she really is a Democrat, after all. That's why I love Carrie. They mess with the wrong woman there. They miss with a woman that already know how to talk 'cause she's been on television and she has these one liners that are literally career ending campaign ending. Liz Cheney is a trash bag of a candidate

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Fresh update on "tribune" discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

00:39 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tribune" discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"Let me get back to Kerry Lake, ladies and gentlemen. I want to apologize that I can't that I'm not getting the timing right and I'm cutting off at the very end. When I get my new studio, I'm going to have a time clock in there where I can have the clock countdown so I could be more proficient because we ended up cutting it off when Carrie Lake responded to the stupidity of Liz Cheney. And so I want to go back to that to make sure we can hear that clip. Let me preface it and then we'll roll the clip. So Liz Cheney came out vowed that she would campaign against Kerry Lake, even if she's campaigning for Democrats. And so Carrie Lake was on Fox and gave this response road clip 8. I want to point out what Liz Cheney has said about you when speaking at this Texas tribune conference yesterday. She says, I'm going to do everything I can to make sure Carrie Lake is not elected. Your reaction. That might be the biggest best gift I've ever received. I mean, the people of Wyoming can't stand her. I'm pretty much sure that the people of Arizona don't like Liz Cheney. You know, here's the deal, Maria, the Republican Party, the new Republican Party, is the party of we the people. It is no longer the party of warmongers. And so Liz Cheney probably should change her voter registration. Turns out she really is a Democrat, after all. That's why I love Carrie. They mess with the wrong woman there. They miss with a woman that already know how to talk 'cause she's been on television and she has these one liners that are literally career ending campaign ending. Liz Cheney is a trash bag of a candidate in my opinion. I don't know her personally. Maybe she's a nice person, but she is a complete fool. For saying that she's going to run against another Republican in order to have what a Democrat win the state of Arizona. How does that benefit us? Now people don't even like her anyway so I don't even know why she's coming up with this. But Republican Thomas massie from Kentucky, he replied to the video clip of Cheney vow into a campaign against Carrie Lake and he wrote in 2020 when Liz Cheney was the GOP House conference chair. She backed my primary opponent. I won that race 81% to 19%. Republican Matt Gaetz and you know Matt Gaetz don't hold back. He also replied to the clip on Twitter, tweeting, Liz Cheney gets crushed in her own home by 40 plus points. But now we're supposed to believe that she has the juice to take on Carey Lake. According to the recent polls by the Trafalgar group, Lake is leading Hobbes 50% to 45% with 44 or 4.4 percent undecided. Cheney lost her primary to, I think is hagman 66.3% to 28 percent. That is a butt whooping. 66 to 28% and Carrie Lake is winning, you know, Hobbes hops won't even debate Carrie Lake. You're talking about these Democrats are so whack. I don't even know how anybody votes for him. Unless you just completely deranged, you don't have a you didn't grow up with a dad.

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Rabies alert issued over raccoon taken into North Dakota bar

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

Rabies alert issued over raccoon taken into North Dakota bar

"I'm Ben Thomas with the story about an animal in a place it really shouldn't have been A woman walked into a bar last week carrying a raccoon No bear with me There were ten people in the Matic bar in North Dakota at the time now health officials are warning any who had contact with the animal could have been exposed to rabies Bartender Cindy Smith says she immediately asked a woman to leave but instead the woman took the raccoon around the bar to show another customer but only lingered about 5 minutes Smith tells the Bismarck tribune the raccoon never left her arms one time and there was absolutely no biting North Dakota's Health and Human Services department says the warning is precautionary because rabies has a nearly 100% fatality rate 6 rabbit animals have been reported in North Dakota this year bartender Smith says she has no idea what the woman was thinking I'm Ben Thomas

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Fresh update on "tribune" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:40 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tribune" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"It. It is a restoration of the promise of sovereignty. They call maga semi fascist, they call the Georgia maloney fascist. Do you see the through line here? Anyone that dares say that they are a nationalist, anyone that daresay they care about family and the parents party, it doesn't matter the country. It doesn't matter the time. They're going to call you the worst thing that they can call you in the entire international discourse. Because they see the threat, they know that this is not organized. It's not as if the American political consultant class or the maga movement went and set up a shop in Rome, this is organic, this is not synthetic their synthetic. They're paying people illegally to go do Instagram posts and TikTok posts. Against Donald Trump and maga Republicans, our movement is bottom up, it's decentralized, and that really bothers them. The fact that there is no kind of mission control, you see, that's how the Democrats operate, and that's something that I always hear sometimes from conservative donors, like, well, Charlie, why don't we have a mission control of the conservative movement? It's actually better that we don't. It's harder to stamp us out then if you have a thousand little nodes of freedom. And they're all kind of going off the same song sheet. You know, they listen to the Charlie Kirk show, listen to Bannon. They listen to Tucker. They listen to bongino. The best ideas rise to the top. We kind of unify when necessary. And then we go back to our own corner and we govern ourselves. We worry about our neighborhoods. That's actually healthier. Than having with the Democrats have, which is an equivalent of the Tower of Babel of this massive unified Leviathan monolithic, massive, easy to tumble, likely to fall centralized political regime. Genesis 11 does not speak very highly of that. And the key is now we've learned to fight like political dissidents. We have the same populist energy is just in all different corners of the country. And so when people say we need to organize it and unify and centralize it, I say, look, I do understand having some messaging coordination. I do understand having some sort of coordination of activities. I get that, but it's actually healthier if the Florida school board movement in Pensacola is focused on those local issues, meanwhile, the Scottsdale moms are focused on their issues and the Green Bay parents are focused on their issues and they're listening to same sort of content, but in a moment's notice they'll all unify if there is an issue if there's a matter that is necessary to get all their aim focus and concern. And here's the key as we finally learned how to fight. We've learned how to defeat these people and part of it is doubling and tripling down on the very issues that we're not supposed to talk about. And this is the most important thing. The reason why the great reset as articulated by Klaus Schwab and I keep on showing the book because you've got to check it out. It's their game plan right here. They're blueprint in COVID-19, the great reset. One of the reasons why they're so afraid is that the opposition party used to parrot the exact same thing that they would want. I want you to think about what did Willard Romney, otherwise known as Mitt Romney, campaign on in 2012. Lower taxes and economic growth. Great. In 2012, if we would have drafted a candidate that would have talked about border, language, culture, American strength, Barack Hussein Obama would not have won the 2012 election. Trump did that four years later because the globalist carnage only increased another four years after. That's why this is such a big threat. That is why you have one of the top enlisted lieutenants of the uni party, going to the Texas tribune back and forth where it Liz Cheney. Has said the following. That she's going to do whatever it takes to go prevent Carrie Lake from becoming governor, that's bizarre. Why is Liz Cheney disgraced soon to be former congresswoman who lost by 50 points? How much do you lose by Ryan? Like 38 points? After spending millions of dollars, got totally blown out of the water against Harriet hagerman, great American patriot. The people of Wyoming want nothing to do with Liz Cheney. And Liz Cheney goes and flies in for the Texas tribune kind of symposium, and to their credit, they got a lot of interesting guests, Hillary was there, many other people were there. Ted Cruz was there. Hillary Clinton calls us a bunch of Nazis. And what does Liz Cheney say? Liz Cheney says her number one priority. That's not what she said. I'm going to do everything to change. So she's going to give everything she's got. After Harriet hagman won by 38 points, is that.

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Jean-Luc Godard, radical French New Wave director, dies at 91

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Jean-Luc Godard, radical French New Wave director, dies at 91

"Film director Jean-Luc Godard who revolutionized popular French cinema in the 60s has died He was 91 It was Jean-Luc Godard's debut feature breathless New York Harold tribune That made him the star of the French new wave cinema in 1960 Godard's partner Anne Marie Maeve says he died peacefully at his home in Switzerland today His handheld camera work jump cuts and other radical techniques at the time went on to inspire filmmakers at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival The writer director of in praise of love was asked about a quote he uses from St. Augustine The

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Fresh update on "tribune" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:44 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tribune" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Here's where we are. Hillary Clinton, do you see her at the Texas tribune festival? In Austin, here we are in September of 2022, listening to a top Democrat compare Trump supporters to Nazis. I remember as a as a young student, trying to figure out how did people get basically drawn in by Hitler? How did that happen? And I'd watch newsreels and I'd see this guy standing up there ranting and raving and people shouting and raising their arms. What's happened to these people? Why did they believe that? You saw the rally in Ohio the other night, Trump is there ranting and raving for more than an hour and you have these rows of young men with their arms raised. I thought, what is going on? So there is a real pressure. And I think it is fair to say we're in a struggle between democracy and autocracy. I don't even know what to say, except to turn it to you. 806 5 5 Mike pardon my language. What the hell is she talking about? Young men with their arms raised, what is they were doing the heil Hitler salute to Trump? Is that what you're going to have to explain that to me? You got to translate that one to me. 806 5 5 mic were kicking things off for a breaking news Monday in the relief factor dot com studios. What is she talking about? Can you translate what Hillary meant? I mean, first of all, it's bad enough she's comparing Trump supporters to Nazis. I think that's even worse than semi fascists. She didn't even say semi Nazis. Full blown Nazis. Because young men had their arms in the air. What is she talking about? 806 5 5 mic, 806 5 5 6 four 5 three. I'm seeking some answers. I hope you can join me and I want to know how you react to listen listening to Hillary likened Trump supporters to Nazis. I mean, they don't even hold back. They say the quiet part out loud, don't they? And what does she mean they left their arms in the air? Is she suggesting that ohioans were doing the heil Hitler salute at a Trump rally? 806 5 5 Mike hope you join us. When you need to say it now. Text it. You can text Mike anytime at 806 5 5 mic. That's 806 5 5 6 four 5 three. It's your direct pipeline to the happy conservative warrior. It's the MyPillow text line, 806 5 5 mic. My pillow is having their biggest sheet sale of the year you've helped my pillow become one of the most extraordinary success stories in America today..

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10 people, including 3 children, killed in Pennsylvania house fire

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

10 people, including 3 children, killed in Pennsylvania house fire

"Reporting a firefighter says as many as ten people are feared dead in a Pennsylvania House fire A volunteer firefighter who was among responders says as many as ten people are dead after an early morning house fire in northeastern Pennsylvania and the victims were his relatives Nazca peck volunteer firefighter Harold baker told the times tribune of Scranton that the victims expected to eventually be found include his son daughter father in law brother in law sister in law three grand children and two other relatives The fire was reported around two 30 a.m. One person was found dead inside the house shortly after emergency responders arrived and two other victims were found later in the morning Authorities say the victims ranged in age from 6 to 70

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Nearly 400 officers were in Uvalde before the gunman was killed, a new report finds

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Nearly 400 officers were in Uvalde before the gunman was killed, a new report finds

"A new report says nearly 400 law enforcement officers rushed to the mass shooting that left 19 students in two teachers dead at a uvalde Texas elementary school I'm Ben Thomas with the latest The nearly 80 page report written by an investigative committee from the Texas House of Representatives and released a family members says systemic failures created a chaotic scene that lasted more than an hour before the gunman was finally confronted and killed It's the first report to criticize state and federal law enforcement not just local authorities in ivaldi for the bewildering inaction of officers at rob elementary school The Texas tribune reports 376 officers were massed at the school the overwhelming majority federal and state including nearly 150 U.S. border patrol agents in

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Greg Abbott Orders Texas State Police to Return Migrants to Border

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Greg Abbott Orders Texas State Police to Return Migrants to Border

"I love your show and never miss it. Thank you. I've heard you be critical of Texas for their PR stunt of busing illegals to Washington D.C. it seems that they are starting to listen. Texas is now authorizing its own state level law enforcement to immediately remove all illegal crossers and put them at the port of entry in Texas. Do you believe this is the right move? Or do you want them to do even more? Becky from Fredericksburg, Texas, first of all, I love Fredericksburg, Texas. It's great, and that is what is happening. Governor Greg Abbott empower state authorities to return migrants to border crossings, breaking in just the last day. Governor Greg Abbott on Thursday cleared state authorities to return migrants. They apprehended the border, setting up a potential clash of the federal government over the authority to enforce immigration law. Thank you. That's what we've been calling for on the show for quite some time. We're not taking credit for it. We've been one among several voices, but not enough, Tucker, Bannon and others. Immigration law enforcement is a federal responsibility to the Texas tribune rights. Abbott appears to be testing the limits of state authority by empowering state law enforcement National Guard troops under state deployment to bring migrants to port of entry, stopping short of using state resources to expel migrants from the country as immigration hawks have increasingly called for in recent months. I call for that, obviously, we should be sending the illegals the lawbreakers, the vigilantes, the line cutters, and the criminals, because those are all descriptions of the people that break illegally into the country and send them back to where they came from. Now look, I want to say something about, you know, some of the illegals that are here. You know, some people say, well, Charlie, a lot of the illegals are here and they just want a better life. And I've always found a difficulty with this argument because imagine knowing you're breaking the law and staying there. I don't have a soft spot for those people. Now, for some of the children, I might have a soft spot like the DACA kids, I don't support Amnesty by any means whatsoever I support removal, but I'm just talking about from a tonal perspective to there's people that say, well, Charlie, come on. These people want a better life. Yeah, a lot of people want a better life. But you're breaking the law every day that you are here.

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Death Toll Rises to More Than Four Dozen in Migrant Tragedy

The Officer Tatum Show

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Death Toll Rises to More Than Four Dozen in Migrant Tragedy

"Let me give you another scenario and a story that I think is equally as reprehensible that the mainstream media, when I say mainstream, the left leaning media, that you had over 40 people die or found dead, 40 over 40, one article detects a tribune said four dozen. Over four dozen people. Last time I checked, my math was right, that's 40 S over 48 people. Found dead in a semi truck trailer. How did this happen? They're smuggling people in our country. And they don't care about their lives. They let them suffocate and die in a tractor trailer. And it was over a hundred people in there, supposedly in half of them died. Because it's probably a 150° in that trailer in the Texas sun. With no water, no relief, they died.

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TRUST YOUR RESEARCH, NOT the MEDIA

The Officer Tatum Show

01:10 min | 3 months ago

TRUST YOUR RESEARCH, NOT the MEDIA

"You're going to hear a lot of people come out and make statements and I'm talking to you to help you fine tune what you hear and see from pundits, what you hear and see from the news media, there's a strategy to it ladies and gentlemen. Understand that there are individuals who are our only in this game to get clicks, likes, and subscribes. And they want a day will do anything to clickbait you or play on your emotions into getting you to believe what they want you to believe. My prescription to you do your research. Listen to DPS testimony. Go on to Texas tribune, which I thought they wrote an incredible article about this entire shooting that's unbiased. It's fact based it's unbiased. Do your research. Find people that you trust that are actual experts at a subject matter. To hear their opinions, compare that with knowledge that you have gained, don't never just listen to one person. Don't go off of what the media says.

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Reaction to New Details Regarding Uvalde School Shooting

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | 3 months ago

Reaction to New Details Regarding Uvalde School Shooting

"Incredibly made a already horrendous awful I mean I don't have the words but I just don't This tragic cataclysmic apocalyptic situation even worse The door was open to the classroom the door was open So I'm having a hard time again putting this all together We now have video surveillance skills from it that have emerged in various newspapers the Texas tribune included in others so just putting together the variables we now know it's not speculation it's what we know These officers had ballistic shields multiple ballistic shields which have the ballistic capabilities to at least give you a chance against the rifle round We can assume they had body armor on many of them as well because it's standard issue for a lot of for pretty much all police officers around the country We now know from the video there were multiple long guns rifles on the scene Why does that matter A rightful separates the front and the back sight by a greater distance than a pistol which makes the rifle more accurate You know we just see rifles we assume they're better to have in a firearm a fight involving firearms but no one ever tells you why Well a couple reasons They're more precise because the sides are separated by a greater distance The shorter the distance between the sides the more variability you're going to have on your target Second obviously the rifle rounds carry more punch Third the magazines for rifles typically fit more rounds

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Confusion on Why Officers Didn't Breach Uvalde Classroom

The Dan Bongino Show

01:12 min | 3 months ago

Confusion on Why Officers Didn't Breach Uvalde Classroom

"Here's another takeaway from this Texas tribune article Multiple DPS officers up to 8 at one point entered the building at various times where the shooter was hold up Many quickly left to pursue other duties Including evacuating children after seeing the number of officers already there At least one of the officers expressed confusion and frustration about why the officers weren't breaching the classroom But he was told that no water to do so had been given Folks you don't have any other duty When there is an active shooter in a targeted violence scenario you're only duty is to take that shooter out That is your duty Second and third comes all of the other stuff They're all important evacuating people triage taking care of victims trying to save lives your number one job Based on standard training right now is to take that threat out not wait for an order to do so Time equals death A more time they're on that scene Death will result That's why they changed everything after

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"tribune" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:30 min | 3 months ago

"tribune" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"We talked in that pretty intense opening hour about these updates from Yuval that have just incredibly made a already horrendous awful, I mean, I don't have the words, but I just don't. This tragic cataclysmic apocalyptic situation even worse? The door was open to the classroom, the door was open. So I'm having a hard time again putting this all together. We now have video surveillance skills from it that have emerged in various newspapers, the Texas tribune included in others, so just putting together the variables, we now know it's not speculation, it's what we know. These officers had ballistic shields, multiple ballistic shields, which have the ballistic capabilities to at least give you a chance against the rifle round. We can assume they had body armor on many of them as well because it's standard issue for a lot of for pretty much all police officers around the country. We now know from the video there were multiple long guns, rifles on the scene. Why does that matter? A rightful separates the front and the back sight by a greater distance than a pistol, which makes the rifle more accurate. You know, we just see rifles, we assume they're better to have in a firearm, a fight involving firearms, but no one ever tells you why. Well, a couple reasons. They're more precise because the sides are separated by a greater distance. The shorter the distance between the sides, the more variability you're going to have on your target. Second, obviously, the rifle rounds carry more punch. Third, the magazines for rifles typically fit more rounds. You can have in a pretty standard magazine on a rifle 30 rounds. I know various magazine companies make 45 rounds, some of them make 60 rounds and more. So obviously you have a tactical advantage with the rifle. They had rifles. They had what we know, at least body armor from the police officers in uniform, that can be, you can pretty much assume that that standard issue, they had ballistic shields, they rifles, and we now know the door was open. I can't think of a reason why you wouldn't go in. Here's another takeaway from this Texas tribune article. Multiple DPS officers up to 8 at one point, entered the building at various times where the shooter was hold up. Many quickly left to pursue other duties. Including evacuating children after seeing the number of officers already there. At least one of the officers expressed confusion and frustration about why the officers weren't breaching the classroom. But he was told that no water to do so had been given. Folks, you don't have any other duty. When there is an active shooter in a targeted violence scenario, you're only duty is to take that shooter out. That is your duty. Second and third comes all of the other stuff. They're all important, evacuating people, triage, taking care of victims, trying to save lives, your number one job. Based on standard training right now is to take that threat out, not wait for an order to do so. Time equals death. A more time they're on that scene. Death will result. That's why they changed everything after Columbine. Let me address one more thing here. Folks, we got to get rid of this absurd ridiculous. Now, in this case, unequivocally deadly gun free zone nonsense at schools. I'm sorry. Liberals, you can make this political all you want. I know you hate Mike, got some conservative. I don't hate your guts, so I don't feel that great about you either to be candid. But for a moment, just put it aside. You're getting people killed. A gun free zone is probably the single dumbest freaking idea I have ever heard in the history of gun control. Do you really believe in what planet of stupid? The UF to believe that a bloodthirsty murderer with a high powered rifle is going to walk onto a school campus and see a sign that says, this is a gun free zone and go, oh, okay. U turn,

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Uvalde Police Chief Shares Details on Shooting Response

The Officer Tatum Show

01:23 min | 3 months ago

Uvalde Police Chief Shares Details on Shooting Response

"For the last two weeks, the police response to the ivaldi school shooting has been called into question and it's the school's police chief who's been facing some of the harshest criticism. Suzanne brunner's with us this morning in Suzanne. He is standing by his actions. Yeah, this is the first time that we are hearing from you valdi schools police chief. Pete arradondo. Now in a phone interview with his attorney standing by, he spoke with our partner, the Texas tribune to talk about what he did inside rob elementary during that attack, despite being blamed by state officials who say he failed to take control of the police response. And made the wrong decision. Arradondo insists he took steps he thought would best protect lives at his hometown school. Now, arradondo told the tribune, and he made a conscious decision to leave his police radios where he first arrived at the school, so he could run into this school without dropping them so he could have both of his hands free in case he needed to use his pistol as he thought would be a very likely outcome. Also revealed he never considered himself the incident commander of the shooting response. Here's a portion of that interview with Zack disbarred the Texas tribune during our 10 p.m. broadcast last night. The chief said that at no point he gave anyone any order and didn't provide any supervisory role. He certainly didn't say to any officers to stand down or stand by or not do everything they possibly could in his estimation to stop the shooter.

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Deborah Cohen on the Journalists Who Changed the News Media Irrevocably

History Unplugged Podcast

02:32 min | 4 months ago

Deborah Cohen on the Journalists Who Changed the News Media Irrevocably

"The people in your book are mostly forgotten as you know, but at their time they were household names. Can you tell me briefly about Dorothy Thompson, John Guthrie, HR knickerbocker, and Vincent Sheehan? Absolutely. So Dorothy Thompson amassed a string of firsts. She was the first American woman to run a major overseas news bureau. She was the first American foreign correspondent to be kicked out of Hitler's Germany in 1934, and she was the first woman political columnist to have a syndicated column, political column of her own. And in the late 30s, she's reaching 8 to 10 million readers with her thrice weekly columns. John Gunther makes his name with a book inside Europe published in 1936 that this taboo breaking behind the scenes account of the foibles of European leaders. So Hitler is given to crying Jags. He reports and has as Gunther puts it an Oedipus complex as big as a house, Mussolini is very superstitious, and so on and so forth. And this is a huge book of the time. It sells more than a million copies. It's not just a bestseller in the United States. It's also a bestseller across Europe. And it's a book that makes Gunther's name. HR knickerbocker comes from Texas. He's born in Texas. And he's the son of a southern methodist minister. He always carries a Bible in his suitcase, though he can swear in all of the major European languages. He's reportedly the highest paid foreign correspondent in the world, as I said, mostly working for William Randolph Hearst's international news service and among other accomplishments he becomes the bet noir of Hitler's propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels. And then there's Vincent Sheehan, so she and is reporter he was working for a number of different outlets among them the Chicago Tribune and he writes a book entitled personal history, published in 1935 at wins the first national book award for biography inaugural award. And this book really captured the zeitgeist of the era in a way that no other book does. What she and his writing about is his own quest as a journalist. To figure out the relationship between his life and world events, or as he puts it, the one life that he has in the millions of lives into which it's cast.

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Chicago cop who shot 13-year-old relieved of police powers

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Chicago cop who shot 13-year-old relieved of police powers

"A Chicago police officer who shot and seriously wounded a 13 year old boy has been relieved of his police powers AP correspondent Norman hall reports Officials say the 13 year old was shot by the officer after running away after being pulled over while driving a stolen car a police spokesman told the Chicago Tribune that the officer who has not been identified has been relieved of his police powers A police superintendent said Thursday that the flinging team turned toward the officer during Wednesday's encounter before the officer fired on him The car had been stolen Monday and used in a car jagging the following day No charges have been piled I Norman hall

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How Lee Strobel Used Journalism to Write 'The Case for Christ'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:18 min | 5 months ago

How Lee Strobel Used Journalism to Write 'The Case for Christ'

"And he said I want you to read this book and then get back to me later And he handed me your book The case for Christ And it is a powerful book you were a journalist You were a journalist at the time and you and if I'm telling this incorrectly stop me you were not a big believer in Christ at all and you wanted to write a book trying to show how there was no way Christ was the son of God No way And you came to an opposite conclusion Am I telling that story kind of right Pretty much I was an atheist at the time I was legal editor at the Chicago Tribune My backgrounds and journalism and law I've got a master's degree from Yale law school And my wife was agnostic She didn't know what to believe about God She ended up becoming a Christian which I thought was the worst news I could get And so I thought how do I rescue her from this culture she's gotten involved in And I thought well if I just disprove the resurrection of Jesus and all of Christianity falls apart So I took my journalism training in legal training and spent two years systematically investigating the historical data concerning the resurrection of Jesus And that ultimately became convinced that in light of the avalanche of evidence of points So powerfully toward it being true it would take more faith to maintain my atheism than to become a Christian So that's when I came to faith

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Newspaper Editorial Attacks Black Conservatives

The Larry Elder Show

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Newspaper Editorial Attacks Black Conservatives

"Now regarding this editorial. It is written by a woman named Rosetta Miller Perry. She founded a newspaper called the Tennessee tribune, which apparently has a 150,000 people that read it. Every week, she's also an entrepreneur, very successful, very impressive background. And she wrote an editorial in the headline is as follows. Nothing worse than blacks, who collaborate in black, oppression. And it says throughout the history of oppressed people in America and particularly blacks. There has always been those within our population who cooperate in assist the evile forces of systemic racism. Now she doesn't say how I do it, but she just says that I do it.

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Don Wilson, guitarist with The Ventures, dies at 88

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Don Wilson, guitarist with The Ventures, dies at 88

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The COVID Vaccine Causes Division, Not Immunity

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:29 min | 8 months ago

The COVID Vaccine Causes Division, Not Immunity

"A guy wrote a comment, I know I read comments on articles that I read. It's an insight into people's thinking. So a man wrote ah yes, just another article attaching division and hatred to the vaccine. Well done tribune, pat yourself on the back. That is that true. Nobody spreads hate like the left. Among all the vaccines I have known in my life the theory of tetanus measles chickenpox hepatitis meningitis tuberculosis fluid pneumonia. I've never seen a vaccine that forced people to wear a mask and maintain their social distance even after being fully vaccinated. Good what? I'm not done. Among all the vaccines, okay, I have never witnessed the vaccine that spreads the virus, even after vaccination. Even after three shots, I've never seen widespread rewards and incentives to get vaccinated. I never saw a demonization and discrimination against those who didn't want a vaccine. I've never seen a vaccine that threatens relationships between family, colleagues and friends. I've never seen a vaccine used to threaten livelihoods or school. I've never seen a vaccine that would allow a child to override parental consent. The current vaccine does all these things. Except immunization.

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Governors Awards postponed amid omicron spike

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Governors Awards postponed amid omicron spike

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"tribune" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show

Sekeres & Price Show

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"tribune" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show

"Because i read something from a serve a former service person your first day when you report for the army they not to hit you with a bunch of jobs against all sorts of things not in the era are entered the army. I entered in one thousand nine hundred nine the at when i was an officer of the anthrax vaccine capable untested. They were starting to shoot guys arms to go over to the desert And the middle east with a in after nine eleven but a right before nine eleven anthrax but no but there are some yes nowadays or viana days. Yeah yeah vietnam era. They would do for anti-malaria drugs or any other drugs and But it depends on the air you entered in. So that's not a now. It's not a matter that you're going to get that i do. I do know the backs the anthrax. I can remember the uproar about how untested that wasn't it. The military was doing it. But you know when you take the oath. Put your hand up and swear to be constitution. You wave a of rights and that's one of them you just too because that's what the mission requires you. Do it always greg fantastic stuff. Thank you for this sir. We'll talk soon. Good if you guys again. Thanks greg bell captain. Greg bell former. Us army officer. And now the beat reporter for the seahawks. At the tacoma news. Tribune i thought right had resigned based on Washington the top one hundred on on the weekend but still not. Oh that's a good football player. Now yeah if he needed it as greg headley averse role play medellin plea weakside strong side. Boy you on any kind of need at linebacker. I'd be looking him up. I mean isn't he is he just sears. Each wait it out or does he not go back to seattle. Hadn't had and say okay. What's the best you can do. Aren't they better prabhu. Yeah the problem. They took the kid brooks last year. Got better and better as the year one on the first round pick and they got wagner there and you're probably only playing to linebacker. I mean we discussed this time and again last year with gregg seattle late to the party on this. But you wanna be you want to be in to linebacker sets more often than not now. Yeah defensive accident Protect thirty two like the only thirty. Yeah like there's a year or two left in. Yeah think like he's big and rangy. Wow yeah no and just As greg said i as an old football reporter. I can hear him like there. Are certain guys you go to in the locker room. Who you know are just proce and we'll give you the real and have the pulse and have the respect and all that and had very much like kid. One of those guys for greg and with the seahawks blake and yesterday and boy did. We have fun. Touring the bc hospital dream a lottery dream..

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"tribune" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"tribune" Discussed on The big d zone

"Someone's got the god home. Run for gal role is he goes deep to left field and it has one. Nothing blue hooves. Wow amazing thank you. It was like. I'm ashley listened to a game. Why don't they podcast moment on my hotel and i'm listening talking in medan mandate. Wow well one of my mentors ernie harwell the late great detroit tigers announcer. Who's in the ford frick award and super sound rain. I were close. It was like an uncle to me. So as a result to me i learned from a hall of famer is and all that dad is. So what is your take away from the first day of podcast moment. Are you impressed with so many mistakes. I know there was some for me. And i know kobe with a lot of things up. Just coming back into this thing. And i know that a lot of errors. Some people have been delayed. But there were there anything that state do and this is one rumbles coated homestretch now. But is there anything that Tickle your fancy while he was here a conference. Yesterday was a feeling out process. I really didn't know what. I'm getting into kind of walking around the hotel randall. Offering things like that and more structure trying to many things. I can take whatever fluent. Notre have taken the old iphone ticket picture. So that i can openly rate take notes. And i'm sure and of course today spent some time with vendors. I'll be doing that more tomorrow as well as on friday and to me. It's about covering as many seminars. I can doing some networking but not over network. Because every day that. We're looking at sean. Probably ten twelve hours and yet. I want to absorb as much as i can about this experience as i can so i didn't really know what to expect i again. The only thing. I expect smarter one l. e. nashville than what when he showed up the next so when you have expectations that are realistic. And and you know that you know you're trying to learn as much as you can with a new medium that you know to me. I look at podcasting in the same sense as ufc. What i mean by that is everybody knows. Boxing has a huge history behind it and everybody associates. Boxing heavyweight. Fires welterweight fighters. It has a great history law. I was over at a semi before we started doing this. I said you know nothing. Against podcasting per se. It doesn't have the history that broadcasting has so when you talk about what you're dealing with and there's so many different layers like streaming and things that we could get into another time down the line. But what i'm trying to tell you is this to me. Podcasting is equality. You'll see it's relatively new unknown and it will continue to get bigger time goes on boxing to me is like broadcasting federal law. It takes a lot of people to get you know you have a great history behind it. Hillary's reason why axes declined. You don't have as many flights but when you talk by history measuring history and then new audiences versus new audience and that's where the analogy between. Ufc podcasting boxing broadcasting. Coming into point. All right well. I'm not going to show okay. I'm gonna let my guess cloth out this part of the special segment with the way. He faces name and my dad.

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"tribune" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"tribune" Discussed on The big d zone

"I'm gonna you shut that off because we had a very good conversation about insurance go ahead shot out the convention normally go to normally go to the national sports media association convention. I went to my first one last year. It was great. Because i what's interesting about that. As i know a lot of the people that on when i consider all media so a lot of guys that i grew up watching pick their brains a little bit how they became what they are networking. Does that's what we're doing here over. High-caste move in as well. Last year my goal was to go out there. Bring them out. A lot of my shelves. Problem is that the pandemic and now everything's been turned upside down and everything kind of got messed up a little bit. But you know down the road and i'm hoping to get there later in december and then in the next year till i love being around the big heavy hitters in the sports industry but ultimately though my goal to sean is to be able to do a lot of non sports related type of broadcast so that i can get the average consumer business involved as well as everybody else. So you talk about. Transcendent is trying to do become more versatile event to me is really love doing. I'm was wondering how i'm gonna adjust to this format here a lot of seminars taking a lot of knowledge so my goal here simply is. Let's just try to get a lot smarter. Don't think you're gonna master everything network as much as you can't focus on building my youtube channel. South florida tribune youtube channel looking to get his basic began to build a video part and the audio side takes care of itself as well and they can find it on my website..

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"tribune" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"tribune" Discussed on The big d zone

"Escape escape escape escape. The big these these being so just enjoy the show the babies all right the big day down and i am your host christie. Jay and i have a very special Very special guest here on the program and ladies gentlemen he is the owner of the south florida tribune here here in motor city men now on the big down and thank you so very much for appearing on the program and we've got the day before it was a blast. Talk to you. I have. I got to have you on here after and thank you. Thank you for coming to busy while. Thanks for having me sean. To be on your show and look a little bit on here with you as i get to know you get to know me better. All what we stand for here at the tribune excellent excellent. Now you tell me about your ls three a spirit. You also did. Sports play by play You talk about sports on your podcast as well and you just enjoy the world of sports but tell me something that is illegal about this. 'cause i looked at a little bit of the website. I dabbled into the tall that you gave a damn manically the other night and it was pretty interesting and also the tall that you did with the lady that Coming up ten. And i listened to that and so you do a lot in sports for timmy. How are you able to food at all. How did you know a lot of connections in business afforded. Two years to. Sean does help a little bit. You get to know quite a few people after a while whether it's pr people being affiliated with a different organizations throughout the year so you know the teaming situation was good because again i do..

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"tribune" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"tribune" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Really is is what allows a high school chain to get to that next not wanted to get to the level. At the windsor wizards have been for the past decade. Plus now now does very well said very well said bobby. Well we're looking forward to it And i do have to say bobby. The first time. I put on some severance gear. I felt weird. It felt different. Well you know I think he made a good short evren silver nights. I mean they had an incredible. I high school season at the varsity level football and the future is drivers compete so You think you picked a good school to represent their i. It's it's it's going pretty well. you know. Obviously jeff van coach over there but It's it's been interesting. Bobby so i just don't don't look at me weird when i've got something other than valley on my chest k. Hey i've been around long enough that i've seen Former athlete different schools. You know i. It's not new territory for me. But i'm glad that you're getting used to it. I'm glad you're getting those new colors. Absolutely hey bobby. Before i let you go You you guys over the tribune announced. You're female athlete of the year. Kylie graphic out of university You're the male. Athlete is coming up soon correct. Yeah absolutely. I'm at actually a package that i'm working on right now for this weekend and It should be in sunday's paper. I'll have enough on. Greeley tribune dot com a day early on saturday. So everybody out there. Make sure to tune in. You'll find out who the tribune's picked birds boys after the year as well as all the top athletes for each individual sport. I love it bobby. Thank you so much man. I think we have your up for it. We might need to get We might need to get this going weekly sanity. Sounds good to me. It's always a pleasure talking to you. Man perfect thanks bobby. That's bobby fernandez with the greeley tribune Been a while since we've been able to talk to bobby Hey your life's not gonna hell..

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"tribune" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"tribune" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Really is is what allows a high school chain to get to that next not wanted to get to the level. At the windsor wizards have been for the past decade. Plus now now does very well said very well said bobby. Well we're looking forward to it And i do have to say bobby. The first time. I put on some severance gear. I felt weird. It felt different. Well you know I think he made a good short evren silver nights. I mean they had an incredible. I high school season at the varsity level football and the future is drivers compete so You think you picked a good school to represent their i. It's it's it's going pretty well. you know. Obviously jeff van coach over there but It's it's been interesting. Bobby so i just don't don't look at me weird when i've got something other than valley on my chest k. Hey i've been around long enough that i've seen Former athlete different schools. You know i. It's not new territory for me. But i'm glad that you're getting used to it. I'm glad you're getting those new colors. Absolutely hey bobby. Before i let you go You you guys over the tribune announced. You're female athlete of the year. Kylie graphic out of university You're the male. Athlete is coming up soon correct. Yeah absolutely. I'm at actually a package that i'm working on right now for this weekend and It should be in sunday's paper. I'll have enough on. Greeley tribune dot com a day early on saturday. So everybody out there. Make sure to tune in. You'll find out who the tribune's picked birds boys after the year as well as all the top athletes for each individual sport. I love it bobby. Thank you so much man. I think we have your up for it. We might need to get We might need to get this going weekly sanity. Sounds good to me. It's always a pleasure talking to you. Man perfect thanks bobby. That's bobby fernandez with the greeley tribune Been a while since we've been able to talk to bobby Hey your life's not gonna hell..

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"tribune" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"tribune" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Her excited to bring on a staple in the Preps world around northern colorado guy. That was covered me back. You would back in the glory days right. I could back in the day. I used to throw a football over them there. Mountains as what That's what they say. Bobby fernandez of the greeley tribune joining me. Bobby how are you santa. Monica and have a while. It's been awhile. Hasn't that it has been awhile. And i'm very excited to have you back on man it's been it's been a crazy year. Has absolutely i mean this. Is you know this is actually after after a little deport career back in sports this year i guess. I picked a heck of a year about sports. It's been wild out there but hey the athletes in northern colorado and the state of colorado You know they're they've been superstars throughout all this..

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"tribune" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"tribune" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Her excited to bring on a staple in the Preps world around northern colorado guy. That was covered me back. You would back in the glory days right. I could back in the day. I used to throw a football over them there. Mountains as what That's what they say. Bobby fernandez of the greeley tribune joining me. Bobby how are you santa. Monica and have a while. It's been awhile. Hasn't that it has been awhile. And i'm very excited to have you back on man it's been it's been a crazy year. Has absolutely i mean this. Is you know this is actually after after a little deport career back in sports this year i guess. I picked a heck of a year about sports. It's been wild out there but hey the athletes in northern colorado and the state of colorado You know they're they've been superstars throughout all this..

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"tribune" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"tribune" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Tribune. He did this long essay like the players do, and he's done a couple of them. In that game. That's exactly what came to mind because he wrote, you know, he said. We're watching Arizona and I'm paraphrasing. I can't remember exactly what he wrote. But he basically said, You know, we're watching Arizona celebrate. This should have been the lowest of lows, he said. You know what? Yeah, we were upset, but it was OK like we realized, But we're not here to beat Arizona. We're here to win a Super bowl like Yeah, This stinks. But okay, we go on next week. And you know that by week the following week, and he made that point in there. And in it. I think he even made the point that that's when things he knew were different. That's when things kind of change, whereas okay, this doesn't have to be rock bottom. It's not. This is a disease a horrible loss. We don't want to be in this situation. But we're gonna get on the plane. We're gonna go home and we're going to have every single goal still in front of us and and he made it a point to kind of say like how It was not nearly the devastation that people might have thought it was because they had way bigger things in mind. Sure, right, they have much bigger goals. They kind of probably the taste of the playoffs The year before, is probably a good way to do it. Right. Right. You can you can say you have Playoff caliber as your goal. You can say you have these bigger goals, but I would guess that players in that spot like Dawkins like digs like Alan, Of course, everybody on the roster. Getting close to it is the thing that makes you really probably realize what it is. You can say we're going. We're trying to win Super Bowl. I can't get too worried about one loss. But if you finish ate and ate and missed the playoffs, like, right, you know, I mean, how close are you? Really? You've got work to do when you get to the championship game. Have a lead, and then kind of it all goes away. My guess is that you know it lights, maybe a little more of a fire. Or maybe you're thinking about it more seriously. You're always talking about as a goal. But then the goal appear appears to be within reach. I think you know it's maybe a cliche or saying or whatever that, you know, you have to go through the tough times. You have to learn how to win whatever. You know, I mean, whatever That's whatever bit of that is true. I do think that when you get there and you see the Quetta city chief celebrating And holding up the Lamar Hunt trophy ready to go to the Super Bowl, and you're on the field, and you see that? And that takes something out of you or it build something in you. And I think you can go one of two ways and remember the famous shot of Sean McDermott walking back on the field to get Stefon Diggs, who was very emotional after watching the Kansas City Chiefs celebrate After beating the bills in the NFC Championship game. That's the That's what they used in that video I referenced a few weeks ago we were on and the bills they have the and I can't remember the name of it off top, my head the bills they put out, you know, their year in review video. Basically, it was really well done, but that's how it started. Was basically with that ending to the season and you're right, Jerry. I mean, you know, you can say it all you want, But when you get to that point, and you see how close you are, and you taste it, and you feel it, and you know you've been working that hard for it. I I think there's a little bit something different. But again, not everyone reacts the same in that. I think that I think that can either really kind of Tear you down a little bit, and it can linger with you or that can really build you up and build that fire in you and What? I think the bills are good at what I think Sean McDermott has done a really good job at since he's been the head coach is to keeping that progression and always moving the ball forward. It's kind of like You've played golf with people who aren't like great golfers, but they advanced the ball and they just keep going forward, and eventually they get there. Right. And I think the The small pictures of McDermott. The small wins have added up to the bigger winds. And now this is he's going into his fifth year as head coach of the Buffalo Bills. They just keep advancing the ball on the golf course. And they've got into a really nice spot, but it didn't. They weren't getting off The t like, you know, incredibly, for four years, they've advanced the ball, though, And I think that's what this team is. They've advanced the ball there. Close there on the green. They're dancing. They're ready to go. They they want to put this thing in the whole now. Yeah. They also had to, you know, change their swing two years in basically right to take a step back and take a step forward. Um Sal carpaccio, joining me on the Western hotline just chatting little bills here as we're about three weeks away from the start of training camp, You know, there'll be lots of camp previews to be had. You know, there's there's plenty to kick around in terms of Of what they're gonna they're gonna try and answer at camp. When people ask you did they have a good off season? Do you have a grade for it? How the off season go for the bills as expected. I mean, the biggest surprise that's a good way is that they kept players and we thought they couldn't You know, So there's such there's such a different dynamic to look at, like, good or bad now, because I think from for so many years we looked at good offseason does what? What talented they acquire or the acquisitions they acquired. There's only so much you can do Now. Once you have the roster, they have this team. Is there a championship caliber roster? Uh, there. There's only so much more talent you can acquire. You cannot have an all pro every single position too deep as much as people want, right. I mean, it's hard to do there's a salary cap. Guys leave her through free agency. But what you said is right, which is They retained their top talent. But even maybe more so they retain all their coaches, which was huge. I think that might be the number one thing they did this offseason, which wasn't necessarily by designed by the way. Which is they kept Brian table and Leslie Frazier. They kept their entire coaching staff they had to I come lower level assistance leave for college jobs. Assistant the assistant online coach, assistant linebackers coach, right, but they every single like regular main position, coach, every single coordinator, the head coach, of course. They're all returning. And again, I think even in January they expected most of us expected Brian able to get a head coaching job. Maybe Leslie Frazier Frazier. Whatever you gotta look. Um, but to retain everybody. I think that's the biggest thing that might have come out of all of this for the off season..

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"tribune" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"tribune" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Any time from the Star Tribune. A gunman with a history of threatening medical workers, was arrested after opening fire in a Buffalo Minnesota health clinic yesterday, killing one person, wounding for others. Gregory Paul Ulrich 67 was jailed after the shootings. Stunned and lock down parts of the community 40 Miles west northwest of the twin cities just before 11 A.m.. Authorities have not released the name of the victim, who died at H CMC in Minneapolis after being taken by ambulance from the scene. At the line of Health Clinic on Crosswords campus drive. Three other people remained in critical condition. A man who roomed with all Rick has recently as July told The Star Tribune that are, Rick had binged on painkillers and was irate at a doctor who would not prescribe more. He was a longtime resident. Buffalo had multiple contacts with law enforcement dating back to 2003 had a history of being unhappy with the health care he received again. And there's so many police reports show he had made threats of a mass shooting at the clinic in October of 2018 and doctor told authorities that all Rick had talked about shooting, blowing things up and Practicing different scenarios of how to get revenge. He told authorities that he had just been telling the doctor about his dreams and wouldn't actually do anything. According to the report mentioned having medication issues after after back surgeries, citing his history, authorities said they were confident that he acted alone. The history have with this individual makes it most likely that this incident was targeted at that facility or someone at that facility, and that's certainly what it seemed like early on in the day, you know, given the details that that emerged about how He had essentially surrendered immediately. You know upon upon this occurring like almost even before law enforcement had got he called law enforcement himself on Dis is a really tragic situation and looking at this guy's history. What we've been able to learn about it so far. I mean, I keep coming back to there were Multiple points in this guy's life, where there were opportunities to intervene or help or get some treatment or anything like that. And maybe they were. Maybe they were made in the guy refused. You know, there's there's only so much you can do. You cannot force these types of things onto people. But this was clearly just Ah, really troubled, troubled individual who I That doesn't seem like it had to get to this point. As news of the shooting and arrest to spread through the central Minnesota community, his longtime neighbors at a local mobile home park were grappling with the revelations that a man they all knew, and many try to avoid. Might be responsible before we get into some more details here. Obviously struck close to home for you, Sam. Yeah. When I saw the story, I was like what It's a buffalo is like what? Yeah. You expected things like this to happen? It was really bizarre. When I got a news alert for this, and I started getting a ton of messages and schools went into lockdown. And there's a day care right next door. Not quite right next door, just down the street that also went in a lockdown. I'm super familiar with this clinic. Drive past it every day. I've been there. That's where I got my covert tests. I know people that work there. I know people that were shot yesterday. And so this is a really visit are feeling right now. To be talking about the story and to have been following it yesterday, and I just kind of found myself obsessing about it all day long, So that was tough. It was super hard. This is our community, and Buffalo has grown into a pretty big town compared to what it used to be, But everybody kind of knows each other. It's still has that small town feeling so everyone in Buffalo at least has a connection to someone who was At that clinic yesterday. So it's just been a really bizarre feeling, and it just like it feels like it's surrounding because everyone is posting about it talking about it, and it's definitely a scary feeling. Yeah, I mean, when hits close to home like that, you know, it's really everybody. Everybody either was directly impacted in some fashion or knows somebody who was directly impacted in that area. That was while this was going on yesterday, my wife was a mile away. You know the whole time, you know, and then in her workplace got locked down and kind of, you know no one in no one out and be On that, you know, According her, you wouldn't have known anything unusual was going on beyond those precautions being taken, but to have it how it is a very, very odd and surreal feeling to have this happen, and I'm in Delhi. No, just you know a town next door and my wife was there and that it's really close to home. And you know, you don't know, having never never been so personally attached and close to something. Like this, even though you know I'm still a couple degrees separated. It is. It is an odd and surreal and really melancholy feeling well, and with every single one of these types of Stories that into becoming national stories that are complicated issues such as this, we end up going through every single time, the same motions and the same conversations that don't ever lend themselves to action, actually doing something about the issue or the problem. Same thing applies when it comes to same thing applies when it comes to what happened on January 6 we should be having. We should have had a conversation. We still have some having conversation about all the different facets that involved the group of individuals, everybody that made of those individuals that stormed into the capital on that day. We didn't do that. We've got a ridiculous impeachment thing happening here. You have a similar circumstance where we should be having conversations. There's a number of different angles that will talk about the drug aspect, part of it. The threatening part of it, which I find really fascinating given how vocally was over threatening and the silencing that we've seen of so many individuals and the thought police that's out there right now. You know, And ultimately, as I said, before, I'm gonna continue to beat this drum. You can't adequately stop a person who decides they no longer respect the sanctity of life..

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"tribune" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"tribune" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Report effective immediately. You are no longer in a state home order and we'll move back into the blueprint blueprint. Many of you are familiar with the blueprint we refer to as a blueprint for a safer economy. Morrow senators will be sworn in his judges and jurors in the independent tribe. In the Senate. Will issue its summons to former President Trump. The fight continues, all right, so continuing with Governor Gavin Newsom's flip flop. On covered 19 his decision not to share his models not to share the science not to share the data completely A bait and switch. But the media dutifully is moving forward with their story. Such great news. Oh, we're making so much progress, thanks to Governor News that we're making progress. Union Tribune paragraph in their story. Says. Quote. The governor said his decision to cancel the state homeowner comes from mathematical mathematical modeling. That indicates based on current trends in infection rates that hospitalization in intensive care. E rates will continue to drop Listen to that. Union Tribune slides it in there that mathematical modeling Did you mention he's not willing to share it? That image. Did you mention he's hiding it? He won't give it out, based upon mathematical modeling comma, which the governor refuses to share. Refuses to disclose Doesn't mention anything about Governor Newsome changing dramatically his standard from a requirement that I see you capacity be at least 15% for a large mega region. In Southern California, which we're currently at 3%. 3% capacity. No. None of that. Only fluff when we fled from our Union Tribune. Because they don't want to answer asking the question. Well, if you if he was wrong about this back in December And we had all these, You know problems. As a result, we still haven't achieved the goal. Then why is he suddenly switching it now? Not a hint of the recall. Not a single word about recall. Will they say anything about the fact that our unemployment rate In the state skyrocketed in December. For months we've been going lower on unemployment. We spiked at light like 16% in April statewide. But thankfully as things started recovering, we kept seeing ticks down, down, down, down down, But now we're back up to 9%. As of December. That's more than a 10% increase in where we were with unemployment 8.1% to a whole 9% tally. Uh, what's interesting is a good number of those jobs. 117,000 came from the leisure restaurant in hospitality sector 117,000 payroll jobs lost during the month of December. And that is absolutely driven by his state home border. How do you think restaurants are celebrating? Not so much, And here's why First he announces this during a full week of rain, right, you know. So what does he tell the restaurant so you could reopen for outdoor dining? As the winds are gusting in the rain is flowing. Um not a whole lot of restaurants this week. We're going to take a whole lot of comfort in what's going on. Also, uh, restaurants were barely surviving with outdoor dining. These outdoor restaurants have been told that the city and the county of San Diego are coming after them for code violations. Yeah. The county and the city announced that last week saying, Oh, we're going to a bunch of inspections on all your outdoor tents and outdoor eating areas. Ogi, Thanks. Kick me while I'm down. She You really care about me? These people are crazy. All right, Let's just call a spade a spade. They don't have a handle on covert 19 there. Lockdowns didn't work when you compare us to, uh, the red states that had less rigorous lockdowns were during war. We're doing worse on covered 19. They've botch the vaccination roll out more on that in a minute. And then they changed their own science in their modeling, and then suddenly, boom. We're gonna reopen. No. But before we reopen, it's gonna be happening in the middle of a rainstorm for a full week and we're first going to come and find you after inspecting you for code compliance with outdoor structures. In the middle of a pandemic. An emergency Hey, throw these folks some slack. 806 100, Coco 806 105 646 at Carl DeMaio. Now Joe Biden didn't about face himself. Audio nine is from the fall campaign. This is from the second debate, the one that was actually audible. Um Audio nine. Is Joe Biden on We had a lot of audio to select from all summer long all fall where Biden said he had a plan. He was gonna fix it. He'd listen to the science scientists. He can He alone convict care of covert 19. We're gonna be able to do this. Here's audio nine during the debate. This is what he promised us that he would be able to quote, save lives listening. Laid out back in March exactly what we should be doing and I laid out again in July. What we should be doing. We should be providing all the protective gear past. We should be providing the money The house has passed in order to be able to go out and get people the help. They need to keep their businesses open. Open schools that cost a lot of money. You should get out of your bunker and get out of the sand trap and get in your golf course and go in the Oval Office and bring to get to the Democrats, Republicans and fun. What Needs to be done now to save lives. Oh, fund what needs to be done now to save lives? Okay, so that means that you have a plan..

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"tribune" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"tribune" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The Chicago Tribune reported last year that link war a wire for the FBI and a bribery investigation of his colleague, then state. Rep. Louise Arroyo. The 73 year old is one of four state senators who serves on the legislative ethics Commission. He's been in the Senate since 1997. Kim Gordon WG and News The National Weather Service has confirmed five mohr tornadoes connected to the storm system that passed through northern Illinois late Monday. That brings the known total of tornadoes to 11 9 of them in the Chicago Metro area. President Trump announcing the day a deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates that he says will advance peace in the region. Says it'll normalize their relations for the first time since the mid nineties and that in exchange, Israel would suspend for now declaring sovereignty over the West Bank territory. The president also during today's press briefing, talked elections. He said. Democrats may not be in Washington, Washington rather Wisconsin for the Democratic National Convention, But he says he will wg and trying, Burrow explains. Democrats dropped plans for an in person Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee, opting instead for a virtual version. So President Trump is taking advantage, telling Wisconsin Republicans on a Facebook live call. He'll be there Monday. As you know Joe Biden refuses to come to Wisconsin next week. The campaign has yet to release details. Women for Trump event is scheduled In southeast with Scott's in Sunday, Vice President Mike Pence is expected to be in the Badger State Wednesday. Will we bring in our message straight to the people of Wisconsin Ryan Paro w G. A NEWS the union that represents postal workers in Chicago, is criticizing President Trump's opposition to getting more money to the U. S Postal Service. Max Julian is president of the National Association of Letter Carriers. He says they don't have the same resources to keep mail going as often as they used to. There have been some changes with later starting times and schedules or intentional delays of male. We're hoping that that issue will be addressed where they're just not covering. Osama is we're not providing the overtime not Go into every left to get mailed to live speaking with W GS Roe, Conn. Main areas and trails had starved rock State Park will be closed until further notice. Deluge eons Lauren Latka says it's due to storm damage crews are working to clear down trees, limbs and debris after heavy rains and 80 to 100 mile per hour winds swept through the park. The Illinois Department of Natural Resource is says while trails, picnic and fishing areas as well as the boat ramp remain closed, The star of Rock lodged in Comfort centre remains open. More lap WG and news. WG and sports vacants Golden Knight Speak the Blackhawks for three and over time, the Golden Knights now have a to nothing lead over the Hawks in the first round of the Western Conference Stanley Cup finals. It's a best of seven. The Hawks need to win four out of the next five. Friday's game between the White Sox and Cardinals that guaranteed rate field has postponed It will be made up as a doubleheader On Saturday, the Cubs beat the Brewers for two at Wrigley Field. Came to in the long four games. Siri's his Friday night the first pitch at 7 10 I'm Vic Vaughn on Chicago's very own 7 20 W G. N. Honey, What are we going to do with your grand parents? Old coins and jewellery? I'm pretty sure they're worth some money, even saying that for years, Okay? How about PGS? Gold and coin? They're the best when it comes to selling family valuables. And you know this because TGS PGS when it comes to your valuables, they're the best crew that again PGS PGS when it comes to your valuables. Is there The best isn't that the place Jeff sold his grandmother's jewelry. When she passed up, he checked out PGS gold and coin dot com and found tons of.

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"tribune" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"tribune" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Customers worry when the Tribune editorial I this finally now the lake fronts are going to open here right yeah now that that is it it's a looks a little late I really don't understand this it's it seems like you know we we get a hundred decent days of whether a here in this town and Busch please let's let's just face this this is this closing down of like print this started before the coping nineteen thing was really that was the first thing to close with the lake front enters your life with somebody kids congregating at North Avenue beach right coming from all over the city to congregate I don't understand but don't put kids hungry every year from at North Avenue beach from all over the city and there and there are and there are policing issues in that and there are public safety issues in that and it seems to me that this is more for holding back on the lake front is more about that than it is about people who are biking or jogging or you wanna go swimming your local wrote that sounds like something we would write on the editorial page no I I agree I think initially when she closed down the lakefront path in the six oh six there was still a lot of confusion about how cold it was spread and so there was this very worrisome concern we were staring down New York City that even passing someone on a bike path or cough or sneeze could spread the disease but now several months into it there just isn't enough scientific evidence to show that outdoor activity when your social distancing or when you're wearing a mask or when you're exercising does anything to escalate cases of conflict so I think she's up against the stats but that you put this in place and it's almost been like this little she has been waiting for a day to throw us a bone when we have reminded her several times on the editorial page this is public property it belongs to us that is our property and so it can't just be used as like please please mayor can we have the lake front if it belongs to the people and so yes she is now finally lifting some of the restrictions on as long as you're moving you can use the path but you still can't use the beaches and playgrounds and park in in the park are still locked and bolted right right I've noticed that she is really the no fun there right now I'm gonna be honest with you and I know they usually love those memes and they came out but now this means are kind of not that they were very funny and and and I'm I'm one who believes that the way that JB Pritzker and Lori Lightfoot were there their initial moves here to shut things down were very helpful in the long run in terms of how Illinois has been able to flatten the curve and now we're at one of the lowest rates of positivity in the entire nation that is all great now will that stay as we open up probably not but it's it at least we hope that we have dampened it to a point where we're not gonna have spikes like some other states are having and when you do that it by the way there's a lot of people want to play with the statistics on the state you're saying what's causing more testing L. positivity rate is not a function of how much more testing it is if there is a plot the positivity rate has to do with the with the percentage of people who tested positive who have been tested so it's a static number so I don't and won't start put them on that but anyway so I like I like how they did what they did not that they were they were doing pretty well but as things are opening up and let's not make this political I heard in our news we we played a clip from that type of state representative who was like you know this is a bad now they're trying to make this about politics and Democrats and maybe they want to keep business down and I don't think that's really the case in either of their their functions but they also don't want to you know be the ones responsible for a massive resurgence of a pandemic I just hope that there is a there is somehow a balance in all of that to be a balanced and we have to know that we have to live with us that we can't be waiting around for a vaccine which is at one point what governor Pritzker was saying and we have to learn to live with Kobe and that's what we're facing yeah and and the review vaccine coming quicker than we thought we tied there they're doing the phase three testing here in Chicago university only Chicago for this vaccines are in a backseat so we're we're very very helpful in the doctor the doctor is doing is very helpful the baby will be we're gonna be somewhere by the end of this year maybe the beginning of next all right now and one more thing and I know I get a run here for the news but I also support the idea of closing down streets for restaurants even it once we're past this greeting like festivals owns if you will the vehicles on streets for anything around this town anything there could be a street festival that celebrates the apple that is read verses the apple that is yellow and we will do it in this town we might as well do it for businesses to make sure that they are allowed to to try to recover as best they can here here I would yeah yeah I look give me on that board all of well you know I'll go to battle all right thank you very much appreciated role in the Chicago Tribune thank you we've got the news right now here is important northwestern medicine is seventy seven degrees at three thirty one good afternoon I'm Kim Gordon governor Pritzker signs a measure to expand voting by mail coming up in sports here from bears running back David Montgomery and the latest on baseball's ongoing labor dispute and a business retail sales jump much higher than expected last month WGN traffic.

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"tribune" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"tribune" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The pandemic of the Tribune reports a workers union filed a lawsuit claiming the reduction would violate a deal that United Airlines agreed upon with the federal government to keep workers on the payroll in exchange for five billion dollars in financial aid a statement by United says in part the lawsuits meritless it also now says instead of cutting hours it'll ask for volunteers to go part time it warns that if he doesn't get enough volunteers it'll have no choice but to reconsider a mandatory reduction of ours the city of Chicago has announced a new round of measures aimed at slowing spread of the corona virus in minority communities WGN's demott Bradley reports the numbers show the stubborn racial challenge in Chicago there are twenty six thousand six hundred eleven cases of the novel coronavirus with one thousand ninety six deaths fifty two percent of those deaths are African Americans five hundred fifty four people twenty five percent of deaths are in the Latin next community two hundred sixty six people in the last month let next cases went from fourteen percent to thirty seven percent mehr Lightfoot says the search shows there's no need for a different level of response nothing about this is okay and we can never allow ourselves to think that it is we have to step up and answer this challenge in this call all the action miss city's plans call for more communication in black and brown communities with bilingual virtual town hall meetings state health officials announced another one hundred thirty six cobit related deaths statewide the cupboard death toll in Illinois now approaching three thousand the doctor Gonzi as he K. runs the Illinois department of public health she says nearly all of the one hundred thirty six most recent fatalities were either elderly or had a pre existing medical conditions almost ninety percent of the fatalities have had an associated comorbidity and that we've seen that in the end data across across the world as for mother's day this weekend she's urging children both adult and otherwise to give their mothers virtual hugs to avoid spreading the virus unemployment numbers came out Friday and governor Pritzker says they were not surprising to his administration illinois' jobless rates also up significantly this is had a terrible toll on the entire United States and and of course on the people of Illinois and yes to what it's costing us I mean look beyond the cost to the state this is cost so many families so much their savings many of their savings are gone how many of them have businesses that they're trying to keep alive and says that's why he's seeking from Congress and the trump administration federal financial aid for Illinois Illinois house Republicans are criticizing the governor's five phase plan to re open the state's economy as too slow to save small businesses representative Dan Brady for the one hundred fiftieth street says the General Assembly should be holding meetings to provide input instead of offering any semblance of local authority to the people who are on the ground in the community it continues to be a decree by one person and with this plan it could be months or even years before the state could fully reopened as a wait for treatment or vaccine that would fit if Brady and the Republicans are calling upon democratic leaders to bring lawmakers by back to Springfield but to address the state's response to cope with nineteen but also to work on the state budget and ethics reforms house speaker Madigan's office released this statement in response saying in part he's eager to see a return to normalcy but that any plan for a return this spring field must have the health and safety of all those involved as a top priority in the border beach area of the Indiana dunes national parks closed until further notice officials say it's in response to overcrowding during the outbreak of cooperative with people ignoring.

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"tribune" Discussed on X96

X96

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"tribune" Discussed on X96

"I saw this in the Tribune last week of Salt Lake Tribune and it's how famous people reacted to the book of Mormon the the the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints of you know the gospel further revealed another test to me yeah it's another testament of the gospel the Bible the Bible didn't go far enough they found you know Joe Smith apparently found another testament but wait there's more yeah click it so the Bible part three you got your Old Testament you got your New Testament then you got your book of Mormon is the Bible part three the search for curly's gold plates so anyway the here's how some famous people reacted to the book of Mormon this is they were either given that given it or they just came across happen they were staying at hello find a reference for those of you who have not traveled say yeah and and who just grew up here in a week as bad as we did yeah to us the the book of Mormon is just normalized it's it's just you know a part of the thing he's got the kind of knowing everybody understands just know what it is is not what it is exactly but can you imagine so and then when we had no idea out when we travel and we people ask for your from inevitably that are that discussion happens and you have to explain yeah and sometimes people say well you know I I will I read I read part of this that book of Mormon one time you know they'll ask you about it show here sort of famous people reacted to it Mohammed Ali he was in the airport in Dallas and a member of the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints of saw him and started talking to him and he he was an Ollie was very friendly and so this is a Mormon guy said you know would you take this and re did he had a book of Mormon with them this is when you can just read it and out Mohammed Ali a look at it and said well okay if you'll read this and he gave him a pamphlet the said what is Islam no because we both of you don't know Muhammad Ali was was yeah so well he said I'll read your book if you read mine I don't know if you ever read it Mark Twain commented on the book of Mormon he he was traveling in the west in the stop here in Salt Lake and he he wrote a lot of quite a bit about being in Salt Lake City but he referred to the book of Mormon as chloroform in print another word to put him to sleep and then he said if Joe Smith compose this book the act was a miracle keeping awake while he did it was at any rate hi all Sheesh he he he at some sick burns Wayne he wrote also illusions no the roof he said when Joe Smith was writing the book of Mormon when he found that his speech was growing too modern which was about every sentence or two he labeled in a few spiritual phrases such as exceedingly store and it came to pass and made things satisfactory again and it came to pass was his path it if he had left that out his Bible would have been only a pamphlet how he he was a twenty thank you no one here the final thing you said about it the Mormon Bible is stupid and tiresome all and there's nothing vicious but there is nothing vicious in its teachings its code of morals is unobjectionable unobjectionable it is smoke from the New Testament that be stolen says is stolen from the New Testament and they don't give the New Testament any credit for that the Tribune I'm kind of surprised me well it seems is coming in I know it's a it's a known Elvis Presley got the book of Mormon a he he got it from his friend ed Parker and of the from olive Osmond hello yeah mother of of course the the Osmond brothers and Donny and Marie he he he invited so his bodyguard wrote that he impressively it had many discussions about spiritual topics and Elvis Presley who when he was young get a kid he went to church all the time he was grew up in a religious background but he said he said he wrote read the book of Mormon he found it fascinating Abraham Lincoln read the book more and commented on it he's so yeah well he didn't comment on on a big but people know he had one that's what it is as the story ends when they went through his things you know these are always got a book of Mormon here and they noted that he was he was very interested in Utah because he was the first person I think he he appointed Brigham Young the territory l'oreal does what I think of of Utah he said yeah you can yeah you can you can run the say go ahead prince Charles read it rain Wilson Dwight Schrute white troops what did he have to say every month now he's a he's a a member of the baha'i faith he we have the best known for Dwight Schrute or Harry mud in the he posted a picture of of of missionaries on his there for some female missionaries came to his house and so he posted a picture of them on Instagram and said I was visited by some very nice Mormon missionary sisters this morning of the missionaries told L. B. S. living magazine that rain Wilson was in his yard and he called them over to his fans as they were walking nearby and he told them he already had a book of Mormon and he'd read part of it and they said he had very positive things to say about it and he was very nice to them then well let's see well they'll get in Nikita Khrushchev Winston Churchill reddit apparently somebody gave him a copy of the book of Mormon any sort of flip through it several times and said Hey thanks a lot and then cheers to you and have a big good drink of Bourbon while he was looking through it let's see who else is here well it's amazing the number of people who have read it and commented on it Nikita Khrushchev who is the the the call from you know the leader of the Communist Party in in the Soviet Union he came to America in nineteen fifty nine what he really wanted to do when he came to America by the way is go to Disneyland yeah that was that was the goal he came to us speak to the U. N. but the main reason he did it was so we could go to Disneyland when he was at the U. N. speaking he took off his shoe and pounded on the table and said we will bury you that is the Soviet Union will bury America and now can I go to Disneyland and he he had a book of Mormon and there's no record on whether he read it or not but he was given one by some Mormons while he was here so turning away the land now now that you've enjoyed the book of Mormon wait'll you meet the doctrine and covenants let's explain that one now yeah well I can't really know and the same when you travel yeah I get asked when you take your triple combination with you and then you could travel with your name engraved on I do in fact have a triple combination with my name engraved on it all right traffic you think any.

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"tribune" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"tribune" Discussed on WGN Radio

"All it recently bought nearly a third of the shares of Tribune company Charlie Johnson is editor for the Tribune's homepage he says they're concerned about Alden's history of increasing profits through deep personnel cuts all they need is a hedge fund but that is known for purchasing newspapers and news organizations that they see as essentially distressed assets cutting costs which in the news business means laying off people and pulling news gathering resources out of newsroom petition was handed over to the Tribune's publishing board the signatures are from both union and non union employees it urges the board to commit to increased staffing and to continue contract negotiations now with WGN sports here's handy major well as of December when the bears lost the Packers at Soldier Field was a Thursday night game open up the NFL season and started the team down a couple of different past heading into the match of on Sunday head coach maneki is not really seeing this as a rematch we're different they're different there's been a lot of gross for us all and I think the biggest thing that you guys would all agree with is that we've all I I I believe in is that we've all grown and become mentally stronger a lot stronger and from then and so that's where we've kind of figured out who we think we are and now we'll get put to the test again here again screen back transmitters on the injury front prince Amukamara was a full go yesterday in practice after missing game with a hamstring injury and it appears as though he can mix will play in the game against Green Bay in our Xfinity X. five Blackhawks report the hawks in Arizona tonight trying to snap a two game losing skid the game starts for the coyotes at seven thirty with Chris bosh's pregame face off of John traded o'clock here on WGN and WGN radio dot com as the winter meetings get set to wrap up the still hang out some big cash yesterday the angels land free agent third baseman Anthony around dawn seven years and two hundred and forty five million dollars and then I'll be pushing ahead with some rule changes for twenty twenty that requires the pictures a face at least three batters or finish a half inning the endless for picture will revert back to fifteen days and active rosters increase by one two twenty six bulls a snap a three game losing skid with a big win one thirty six to one two over Atlanta last night college basketball Eloy upsets number five Michigan in Champaign seventy one sixty two at the presidents Cup after a first round the US trails international team for a one first time that the US has trailed in the first round in fourteen years all the all the Blackhawks northwestern Wildcats white Sox baseball anyways WGN sports your money on WGN the sock markets this morning generally in the green except for China as the a training day ends in Asia markets in Tokyo and in Hong Kong higher in Europe markets generally higher is well it's election day in London markets there of nearly half percent does still flat opening expected on Wall Street later this morning after just small gains yesterday Toyota says it's recalling twenty nineteen Prius hybrids because of an electrical glitch seems a short circuit.

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