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"tuggle" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast
"Y sixteen and redstone or generation gradually increases as you go below white negative thirty two and further down diamonds generate below y sixteen. And the lower. You go the more diamonds you will find. Diamonds have reduced air exposure as well. So you will find more diamonds buried or underwater exposed to air noise. Ks and aquifers are now in the game. Noise caves are a new way to generate caves providing more natural variety. This can cause some huge caves. The old cave carvers and canyon still generate combining with noise caves to form interesting cave systems. An aquifer an area of local water level independent of sea level aquifers are used during world generation to generate bodies of water inside. Noise caves these. Sometimes result in large underground lakes in options added an accessibly option to stop the sky from flashing during thunderstorms at an option to specify the audio device used by the game added tuggle sprint and tuggle sneak to the control settings and moved key binds out to their own setting screen accessible from trolls changes in twenty one w thirty seven a illustrators that vindicates pillagers volkers no longer attack. Baby villagers axles. Now only spun in less caves. An axe levels have their own separate mob. Cap cloud level has been raised from twenty eight to one ninety. Two technical changes in twenty one. W thirty seven eh. The full list of technical changes is part of the minecraft dot. Net article linked in our show notes..
"tuggle" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"And final hour. It always goes so quickly. This is Christine Flowers sitting in for Chris Tuggle. On Philadelphia's Am 9 90 the answer Well. The jobs report. Was issued and I was pretty disappointing. There were about 500,000 less jobs created than expected. And I could not think of a person who is more qualified to discuss the reasons why this is happening. Then Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax reform, I have admired Mr Norquist for many years. This is my first opportunity to speak with him, so I'm really happy to have him on the show. Grover. Wonderful to talk to you this morning. Thanks for being here. Absolutely, Christine. Good to be with you. So what's this? Say? 1,000,000 job miscalculation. What's happening there? Well, I wondered when people would notice that The President Biden's tax increases have not hit them in the face yet they've been talking about them. The establishment press tends not to talk about it. They want to talk about all this. Spending as if the money was going to be printed somewhere. We worry. Sometimes we might do that. But if you were an investor, if you were a small businessmen trying to decide can I hire another person and you were told the following Biden and the Democrats have announced they want to take the tax on businesses used to be 35% top rate under Biden and Obama was brought down to 21% which made us kind of competitive with the rest of the world because we also have State local income taxes so that you know 21% at another five points on that were sort of competitive with the rest of the world. But Biden, let's take it up to 28%. Watch the state and local his tax increase on businesses. It's seven times larger than Trump's tax cut was so this doesn't take us back to where we were before. It is worse than under Obama, who had the worst recovery since World War two compared to all other recoveries. Reagan's was that Obama's was worse He's going to he Uh, What the Palestine Biden he Biden is going to take it up seven times higher than what was then the cut was then they then he wants to double the capital gains tax. Our capital gains tax in the United States. You buy a house. You sell it. You get land. You sell it lit stocks us out something that you've had for value. Inflation makes it more quote unquote valuable and you got to pay taxes on inflation. Biden want to take that a quote for 40%, highest since Jimmy Carter highest capital gains tax since Jimmy Carter More than twice as high as communist China. And imagine what that does to anybody's decision about how, uh, they make economic decisions. He's also wants to sign a treaty with the rest of the world so that To put a limit on America being able to cut taxes in the future. We would need permission of Germany and France. China, Russia for us to cut taxes Now The Europeans have each cut themselves slack and the British have said Well, we're certainly not doing this for our competitive industries. For them. It's banking, but the United States, we're going to sign up. For everything and let other countries tell us what our tax rates are. My memory. I went to public school, so I don't remember very well. But my memory is that we went to war with England not to have them set our tax rates for us and Biden's taking us back to that position. So all of these things coming down Oh, and the step up in basis. This is People may not be terribly familiar with it. But 100 years ago when Family businesses were farms. Uh, people would, uh, pay income taxes, a capital gains tax, and it was picked up when Mom and Dad died before the kids inherited before any death, Not just To start with assume. Jeff, your farm assault and maybe it went to work Nothing to several $100,000 because inflation because you worked on it. Because more people are around and you have to pay. 40% Capital gains tax on all of that game. By the way, you don't have that kind of cash. You're a farmer, You are land rich cash. Poor So you sell part of the farm, maybe half Two. Be able to pay the government so your kids can have what's left of the farm. This was carrying farms apart. So the government said, you know what this is stupid and they said When the kids inherited it goes to basis. What it's worth goes to what it worked. When Mom and dad died and the kids that they sell the farm, they'll pay capital gains on what they achieved with it. You don't tear the farm apart or a small business apart every generation. So what Biden wants to do is double the capital gains tax over 40% and collect it when Mom and dad die. If you've got a small business, a ranch of farm anything like that give you some sense. The average farm in Iowa will pay $600,000 when Mom and Dad died. Okay. Rather land, not a lot of cash nest of Charlotte. We're going to get to 600. Thousands more than 600,000. That's average. That's average. Uh, you know, these are not large farms about 300 acres, so All of these things together like a tidal wave or coming to hit the economy and people who we haven't gotten back to the trump economy yet, but right? I mean, we had covid Covid should be in the rear view mirror. A lot of Blue states are still acting like nothing has changed that they didn't have But you know, vaccines and so on, and they want to keep being shut down, which is unhelpful and also Sending out checks to people not to work. Which means that that's why you have eight million people looking for work in eight million jobs openings and they're not getting together because some welfare payments some cash payments make it I can do it just as well. Staying home as going to work. You know, you make you make a great point there. I just want to excuse me for interrupting, but I really wanted to end. Thank you. I mean, this. This is this is fantastic. The way you've set it out. I mean for me, and I am an economic um, ignoramus. I really I I took one semester of economics in, you know, undergrad. But I, you know you make a really great point, too, about the government's impact on. Well, First of all the whole thing with, um, the farm subsidies. Remember if you remember back. Um oh God a couple of months ago, and they said that they were going to give special subsidies to farm owners of color individuals who owned farms who were of a specific Demographic, and they were, you know, as if they needed more help than the average farmer. It was. You know, PC politics being imposed on the stark numbers and economics that we were going through. But, you know, all of the subsidies are ending the unemployment, the additional extended unemployment subsidies. Now everybody's saying or the left is saying that a lot of what's happening. A lot of these problems with on any of the the job crisis is being caused by the delta variant of Covid when in point of fact. Others, and I love your opinion on this are arguing that it really has to do with the fact that a lot of people simply do not want to go back to work because they have become used to getting supplements and subsidies for not working, And so it's not in. It's not in their DNA any longer to go and look for a job. Is that? I mean, is there any validity to that argument, or is that sort of blaming the victim? Kind of, you know, rhetoric? It's true for some people, and it's not a zero number of people who don't go back to work when you talk to people who run restaurants and as things opened up. They would go back to the people who used to work for them. And they'd say, actually, no and and tell them I'm making as much money or more. I mean, if you don't have to go to work welfare The various kinds of means tested welfare programs do not have to add up to exactly what your wages were, because by the way, you've got time to get all three times you don't have to get dressed up. You don't have to commute. Um, it just has to come anywhere close to what you're making before and it can be irrational decision not to..
"tuggle" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"The ball yeah. All these points have been reiterated And that gets us to the six back in the jockey club. The jockey club gold cup the the most payslips mile and a quarter race. You might ever find especially given that it seems like happy. Savers connections have determined that he desperately needs a target. I wonder if somebody will sort of figure out. And these connections are are plenty of food that forcing the or could be as clear of this field as he wants to be. Based on the race he ran last time. And i'm assuming they're just going to go to the lead. Which i think would be a very good move and i know this horses tested for class. Having run against a you know a three other than field last time Again this is not a great one field that would exactly knock your socks off and I i think that he he's the horse that you wanna. You wanna put pretty much all your faith and He's a worse that i i know. I wanted to see against great one competition for quite some time and belmont center collector charlestown so that he didn't have to run the two horses against each other. And i'm expecting four zero to win so i I think that you know if if written properly get clear of this field. The problem for me with happy saver is that he wasn't good in his comeback race and he was awful and the jockey in the suburban and horses like that for this barn. That are sort of tipping their hand that they're going the wrong way. It's they don't usually come back. So i'm very very skeptical of this source running. Better as far as upsetters go you know i. I don't wanna take three to one on max player when he was eleven to one last time. And that's a little annoying and the rest of the field is just completely without chance. So i don't i i don't know it's it's a it's a race where i'm just going to concede it to force the euro. And if he's as good as i think he is. Then i'll be able to single him and i'll win because There's nobody in here. That when he runs his best race can compete with them. Make sense. I wish i was more clever. I just don't have to make Go back to the Go back to the tenth for a minute neck. And if you're keying off hometown and i didn't I brought it up with. I think with james Didn't get a chance here with you. There's two horses in here. That at eight to one that demand attention Tuggle down inside and olympiad Here's yet another horse that that's kind of coming back. That was forgotten about You anybody that goes back to remind themselves of olympiads performances Last year You'll be. You'll be duly impressed with that. Maiden breaker going seven eighths Here at saratoga Three hundred and sixty four days ago literally a year ago On sunday so i think Olympia had has got to be Given attention and tuggle was Seemingly ready for a big effort before having to be scratched after some very unusual circumstances. Yeah i agree. Olympia was one of two Bill marr horses last year to year olds that receives a ton of money at the windows saratoga and And obviously the other speakers corner speakers corner came back and broke his maiden at At belmont and ironically they each beat caddo river in greatest honor. So it's it's kind of funny speakers corner of course it came back on one very impressively three weeks ago. Olympia has been the regular workout partner of late of four zero and You know. I think that the source deserves plenty of consideration can win off of this type of layoff. Obviously we saw that with speakers corner. And we've seen that over the years and this is a horse that figures to get a very good trip from just off the pace you know one thing about mod is that when these horses are highly touted and their expectations. It may take some time but they usually deliver They may not stay good forever but I think this is the horse that you want to give you. Definitely want to give some incineration to and he should get the right kind of trip from just off the pace as well. I mean as far as try factors. Go i would. I would key hometown over olympiad. And and i would throw crowded trade in there. I probably played ukulele a little bit more in the third spot than the second and just try and play some prices in the second spot under hometown. Obviously this is a situation to where you're you're gonna bet hometown to win if If he's the right kind of price because he should be. And i think that's enough to you. Know to throw him in the mix As far as other horses go in the trifecta. You know it's it's gonna take. It's gonna take a lot for this kind of worse to improve but i mean i would include horse like rejected again in the third spot in the trifecta. Who ran actually a really big race religion. Your body last time out of some real excuses for some of his performances. So that's where you can kinda mix around with traffic does in this situation where you may want to have fifty cent try where you put all in the third spot just to give yourself a little bit of flexibility because you're keen nine to two shot you know in the last thing you want to do is have a you know ninety two or five to one hometown over eight to one olympia. Hit and miss the tribe. Because you didn't have the right horse in the third spot. That's that's the thing to to consider. I think the best piece of advice. I can give on factors as well. Is you know understand where you wanna be budget wise and stay with it because you can get. You can really hurt yourself. You can harm yourself. Long-term by being a little bit overly aggressive Because that's a pool obviously where you're dealing with a lot of very sharp players and you don't wanna you don't wanna put yourself in position where you can't win. Thanks for this man. We'll do we'll we'll continue to ask you for those kinds of insights And waiting for we still got hammer. And bobby. bobby shoemaker is gonna join us next kc reach for body and as we wait for him i do want to get a chance to Recap that pick six. We did wednesday and We kind of had the right ideas. but Just fell short and that portion of the taff. I didn't know if i sent this text to you. I had missed that. I read picked up the mount on raining. Candy and as they were leaving the paddock Or or no after the ninth race. And we we warn people on.
"tuggle" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Welcome back. This is Christine Flowers sitting in four. Chris Tuggle. Um, we are hoping we're, uh Going to have Bruce Castor as our guest, Um, having a little bit of a technical difficulty over here, but we do hope to have him in and the reason that I wanted to have Bruce in was because he was such a key player, a key figure in the Bill Cosby Story from well before 2000 and 15. If you remember the issue that really involved Bruce Castor was the fact that back in 2000 and four Andrea Constant had gone to the police. Uh, she was the only accuser. That had fallen within the statute of limitations of, uh, you know, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to be able to file a claim against Bill Cosby and she had filed a civil suit. In addition to the police report that she had made she filed a civil suit against Bill Cosby for civil damages and obviously Those of you who understand civil law know that? Um, When you have a civil suit, you can have a deposition where you should have depositions and in order to sort of secure Bill Cosby's Testimony at a deposition. Um Bruce Castor entered into an agreement whereby the he would agree not to prosecute Bill Cosby basically, because and I'm going to let him tell you that, but basically because that prosecution could not have been, um, really maintained with the evidence that existed given the fact that the statute of limitations had been You know, I mean, really, this was there was there was very little evidence that would have been able to support beyond a reasonable doubt Prosecution against Cosby for sexual assault, And so in an attempt to be able to and again, I will let him tell you in his own words, I think in an attempt to provide some kind of, um justice slash benefit. To Andrea Constant in the civil case, he was able to secure Bill Cosby's agreement to speak at the deposition to testify at the deposition and wave his Fifth Amendment rights against self incrimination. As I said before, that's like using your tongue to Doug to dig your own grave. Um Cosby spoke. At the depth and then whatever was used in that deposition, or whatever was elicited in that deposition should never have been able to have been used at a criminal trial. Um because of the agreement of of, uh District Attorney Bruce Castor, the district attorney. I have to say that I am a great admirer of Bruce Castor. I always have been from his days as Montgomery County D. A. And I myself personally, and I think many people agree in the legal community feel that what happened with the Supreme Court yesterday in their decision vindicated his decision. To act in the way that he did back in 2000 and five and the decision by Kevin Steele. Current Montgomery County district attorney was obviously politically based, and it was used as a mechanism in order to get him into the position that he occupies that this this moment. Well, now we do have Bruce on the line. I'm very glad because I want to stop talking and I want to have him explain everything to you. So without further ado, Bruce, thank you so much for agreeing to talk to us this morning at And, um and welcoming and congratulations. I think the Supreme Court vindicated you yesterday. Well, I appreciate being invited on the program, Christine, It's nice to talk with you. I can't remember the last time we spoke. Really been quite a whirlwind year for me. It really it really has. First of all, I watched you at the impeachment hearings and I was, you know, very impressed that the homeboy was on the national stage. Um, I think you acquitted yourself well, but I wanted you here because you are such a key player in this Really the I can't think I was telling the producer this morning. I said, I'm sort of marking time as BBC and ABC before Bill Cosby and after Bill Cosby in terms of the news this week. And it really was, at least to me. I'm not a lay person, but I'm not a criminal attorney. It was a bombshell decision from the Supreme Court, not On the basis of the merits because I think it was a slam dunk that Cosby's constitutional rights were violated. But in the fact that it happened, it's in your experience as a prosecutor. How how How common is it for an appellate court, especially the Supremes to overturn a conviction? Yeah. Well, if it reaches the Supreme Court, and the conviction is still intact. It's already gone through the preliminary hearing the trial the Superior Court, so by then it's pretty well sifted through so the likelihood of the Supreme Court, reversing a conviction. Is, uh, pretty slim. But as you say in this case All right. It was really So obvious what had happened, and the political ramifications that, uh, that affected the Montgomery County that once it got out of Montgomery County and people who were not infected with that bias, we're looking at the case. That it was going to be reversed. I was I was literally 100% sure the case is being reversed. The peculiarity was that the Supreme Court chose to flat out discharge Cosby that is exceedingly rare. In my 35 years as a lawyer. It never happened in Montgomery County to my knowledge, and I can only remember it happening one other time in all of Pennsylvania and the J. Smith cases. And involving the murderer, Susan Reinert. It is reserved and and Smith was on death row and they not only plucked him off death row, they just split released him. And and the reason in that case, as here was, the prosecutor's conduct was so egregious. That it couldn't be fixed by a remand simply was so bad..
"tuggle" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Um, when the school board just sort of unilaterally decided that they were no longer going to use A mascot name that had been, you know a traditional name for the Radnor Raiders from for generations, because several people a small minority felt that it was, um, a racist. It was an insensitive, racist, bigoted name and say you had an entire community being tarred as Racists for you know, by a very small group and a majority. However, of those People were on the school board. And you know this is a larger problem than just for different East town or Radner or have referred to this is something that's infecting school boards across the country where these people are taking over school boards and then imposing their own ideologies on communities that used to get along until the school board started dividing them. And I see it over and over and over again, and I'm glad you ladies are out there on the forefront. You know, shedding light on it and talking about it. Thank. Thank you so much. So you have a good day, and I will. I will be sure the next time I'm on here. I'll be sure to have you back on and keep fighting. And you know, because you're doing it for the kids. And here we can't lose sight of the fact that the most important thing here is the welfare of the Children. Thank you. This is me. You're welcome. Have a good morning. This is Christine Flowers sitting in for the great Chris Tuggle. We will be right back. Meet Tim. Hey, What's up? Is the person you hired for your digital marketing, and when he's done battling aliens on his PS five and his parents' basement,.
The fight over gig worker status is going national
"Buber lift scored a big victory in california with proposition. Twenty two which shared that its drivers will remain classified as independent contractors taking the national. But is that a good thing. Roger chang and this is your daily charge as derek carr. Who covers the gig. Economy copies for cnn has been all over the story for the last year welcomed their hi. How's it going good. Well thanks for joining us so to properly set the scene for a listeners. Because everyone is date on california politics. Give us a quick refresher of what Twenty two is and what is going to do. Now that it's become law in california right so prop twenty. Two is a ballot measure that was authored and sponsored by five gig. Economy companies uber left. Door dash instacart postmates and it was a response to a law that california passed a year ago that would essentially make gig workers employees and so rather than comply with that law. The companies put forward the notion basically sidesteps that law would do uber lift and these other gay copies say is their argument for why they should be exempt from that earlier. California law. yeah. There's a bunch of reasons that they give One of them is that they can apply to them that their technology companies the on. They're not massive employers. A another one is they say their drivers in the gig. Workers don't wanna be employees so they're advocating on behalf of those people Another reason is that this making their drivers. Employees could really adversely affect the company's financial prospects. Which currently aren't good. Doordash uber lift aren't profitable and instacart has shown some profitability. But it's it's minimal you. What are the drivers. Say about this. You know it's all over the map and it's actually. It's pretty hard to get a clear answer. There hasn't been any Widespread unbiased polling of drivers so most of the surveys polls that we get had been funded by the companies and those that are independent. Don't tend to be scientifically based like they don't have the the methodology that you need a scientific poll. So you know. The driver's that wanted to be employees are very vocal. They're the ones who helped get the california law passed. They hold protests they have all sorts of networks on social media and a a strong presence on twitter and they really the driving force behind the the california law but uber left. Were very savvy in their messaging during the campaign put out all sorts of paid for studies and advertising by divers saying that they really don't wanna be pleased so as a common person. It's really hard to get a gauge. On what the answer is to that question. Yeah i've got a lot of friends and family who who live in california from there to talk to them about it just to get the pulse and most of them ended up voting for up to a lot of it was because they thought that was the that was the decision to make when you want to support drivers so the messaging alice clear. The these companies spent a fortune on the messaging for this effective because folk clearly thought they were helping drivers out when they were voting for To let's talk about your story. And the fact that even before the elections last november months before these companies were gearing up for a campaign to basically take this national. What what did you find right so this this kind of flew under the radar for quite a while because so much. Attention has been focused on california and california's kind of been seen as the template are like bellwether. What will happen nationwide. It's the fifth biggest economy in the world. You know what happens here can lay the groundwork for what happens the rest of the us but the companies were already thinking ahead Whether they win in california are not and had started to lay groundwork in other states. They are speaking with lawmakers and governors in various states. The companies won't Specify which states are working with but there's indications that they may be in talks with new york and maybe an illinois so it's Done a bunch of work along that front They've been emailing drivers in various states asking them to support their campaign. They have written white papers. They've done national polls to see what people think about keeping divers classified as independent contractors and then they kind of came public with this in march when the uber ceo wrote a letter to president. Donald trump laying out This plan for what she calls the third way it yet chuckled about the third way. Whigs xactly is this. Yes so the third way the way the companies say spin. It is that you know. Our labor laws are over one hundred years old. And there's it's time for an upgrade and this it's a classification of worker that is neither independent contractor nor employees so it's kind of a mix of the two It's those workers that just wanna work. Maybe one or two hours a week and not have to speak to a boss. But they shouldn't they won't get the same types of benefits. Employees have like healthcare sick leave. -cation time minimum wage guarantees all of that so essentially what was on twitter. The right yeah route. Twenty two is is one hundred percent this third way and what prop twenty two offers is it offers a an earnings guarantee that the company say is twenty one dollars per hour but a lot of economists thank after expenses are taken out and if the the amount of time drivers are working is really crunched that they're not going to be making minimum wage. So there's still a lot of discourse around us whether it's going to be good for drivers going national. It's obviously a much bigger deal than just doing this. Focusing on one. St in california they spent Ross or two hundred million dollars on five hundred five million dollars on pro-trade to go national. It's a much bigger deal. Tuggle that about the incoming president elect joe biden and vice president-elect come harris what their positions were appropriate to in just how much Sep of this take will be with incoming white house administration herber and left. The trump white house was very favorable to their position. The department of labor seemed to be heading in the way of saying gig. Workers should be cost-wise independent contractors and the biden win really throws that in a tailspin both biden and harris came out against prop twenty two. They said it on twitter. They urged voters to vote. No on prop twenty two saying decimated workers rights and they have released their plan for workers on their website called empower workers that has a whole section around gig workers and saying that they're being mis classified as independent contractors. So you know depending on how things go. The federal government could place a damper on uber lifts. Plance it's interesting. That harris take that steph. When she's from the valley she's i know she's you wrote about how comfortable she's got in terms of the relationships with silicon valley companies is that is that a surprise that just because democrat. That's democrats role with these In this position you know. I can't i can't speak for her. But this definitely workers rights has been a f- campaign point that bernie sanders and elizabeth. Warren have ran on ams. I think progressives were really hoping harris would and biden take that same torch and they definitely have and it is with harris particularly interesting because her brother in law who worked under the obama administration the head lawyer for uber and has been the kind of voice piece for keeping gig workers classified as independent contractors. And there's there's more That he will be getting a position in the biden harris white house. So you know things things could really be up in the air It's it's going to be really interesting to see how things play out over. The next few months desperately in federal route doesn't go their way. You've already started that. They're talking about other states. Do you think that the go state by state or is that zone strategy that spread themselves too thin. Yeah the experts. I spoke to kind of All over the map on that they the state by state. Now there's fifty states that's a lotta work. They had two hundred million into the california campaign. I mean theoretically not every state is gonna be as difficult as california highly progressive state. That's like berry union strong but other people say you know the state by state way is the only way they're really going to be able to get a handle on this
"tuggle" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Is not able to put much weight on his left side. It was a huge sack, but divine child. Maybe just caught that knee or leg. Bent in the bad direction in the middle of two or three Falcons tryingto converge upon him. Isaiah Polka was able to get the sack in the end, and it creates a 2nd and 14. So for the second consecutive week, Tuggle has to take over for the injured quarterback. Last week, though, it's just for a drive. We'll see how The length of that isthe. Line drive past Skip Lowe Kenyatta McKee birds and complete his arrest right at the 49 yard line. Third down in 13 clock stopped at 9 29 the lead 29 to 14. For the Falcons here on their home turf, trying to get just their second One of the game, But Dong Ophelia tresses. Hey, you know, I'm not saying we deserved to win those close games. But we're a couple plays away from being formed one instead of one and four. Just on the Dominoes have fallen for them big time injuries on offense and decent Tommy called Trick the leader of that defense and Just dynamic player overall for divine child out for the season with a knee tear ruling out right? Is Tuggle here in a shotgun snap he looks for The entry Mitchell here, the near side it's incomplete. It's gonna make it for 10 and 14. Is they scrimmage from the Divine child 37 yard line. There's still two timeouts remaining for the trail Blazers here and elect to put it away. Look to get a stop for divine child, which in the last couple possessions does not look good, just based off Nick persnickety. And company have been leading this offense on the field. Justice toggle. The quarterback now is the second string is also the punter. The inches back two on the 25 yard line. Two men back deep here for D. C. That's good. China! Lorenzo Vidi. It's a punt that Flattens out at the 36 yard line down there by one of the Gunners. Says. When he's going down it they're free. First sound in 10. The 36 is shared line here for D D. C with me. 9 14 left. A sick around.
"tuggle" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Slash trial. Zip recruiter dot com slash trial. Wcbm News time. It's 903 Good morning. I'm Michael Philip Elliott 6 80 Wcbm Maryland News Center with the headlines in the news this hour. City Hall bracing for what likely will be a showdown over the controversial police spy playing program. The program is set to expire October 31st, with both sides gearing up for a battle or renew the initiative, Police statistics show. The program has assisted with clearing six homicide six shootings, four armed robberies in one Carjacking in its first three months of operation. The Maryland Court of Special Appeals upheld the firing of a Baltimore police officer after another court sided with the officer and ordered for him to get his job back. Andre Robinson was fired by former commissioner Gary Tuggle following a history of conduct violations. City police searching for two suspects responsible for stealing two ATMs one taken from the 500 block of West Coldspring lane, the other lifted from a location in the 3500 block of ST Paul Street. Officials believe the suspects were driving a newer, dark colored Toyota Highlander. The mother and grandmother of 77 Year old have been released from jail on their own recognizance. Tiffany Charki to Johnson and divorce. Brenda Skull Kowski, accused of kidnapping the youngster from his father's home. The pair face home invasion, abduction and assault charges. They have another hearing in the case in and around the county district Court next month. Police continue to look for a suspect in connection with the Sunday night Horner's lane double shooting left an 18 year old dead in a 19 year old, hospitalized in stable condition. Investigators are hoping surveillance video from cameras in the area may lead them to the vehicle The suspect was driving. We'll have a look at sports after this, you may not know it, but male performance during intimate moments requires proper blood flow, which only gets worse with age. The result, All.
"tuggle" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"I love that total type of way for me. It was Charming like no pun intended. I just I really enjoyed it off the friendship between him and his two friends felt really genuine. I felt kind of like, I know it's described as a coming-of-age film, but it was like a like I felt like a like a rugged coming-of-age no life at Tuggle. Like the the Two Worlds like the straight narrow like you mentioned earlier and then this kind of street bike culture, but then there's also like this value of hard work. He's experiencing that he values. He understood both worlds are telling him that hard work, you know, if you'll get something at the end of this hard work, it's not just if you go to the straight narrow, you can work hard over here too and gain this type of like what you've always wanted and so long I loved it. I loved it. I thought the character who the actor who played Mouse the young actor was great. And I think this the kind of community of this film was able to create a round black head was just it was almost I mean I'm lose use the word Loosely but it's just kind of like beautiful how they were able to create this whole Community around this kid. It was just I really enjoy that the mom the mom was fantastic. Yeah. She was so great in this and like, you know, like what an amazing portrayal of tough love like I got table. Love out of this. Yeah, that's like it was the perfect portrayal of tough. Love and unlike the lie or Jake said like, you know, you know, he didn't like any of the characters and I totally agree. I don't think any of the people in that movie room for for likable this like I instantly like like when there's that tug of war between the two worlds for a mouse like I have already like kind of like gotten this like feeling from Mouse. Like I really like this kid. I really like this kid a lot him working at his love for animals and working with the veterinarian's office and you know helping blacks dogs Sofi later on in the movie. There's like so many scenes where it's just like you can see the good in math. You see the good in him and you're like, I don't want to see this kid fucking, you know be kind of like a statistic. I don't want to see this cat so I can get consumed by the streets off. And you really rooting for this kid, you know, you want to see him get into like vet school and stuff like that. You want to see that you you want to see that stuff happened for this kid, you really like this kid, but man this movie it's just absolutely fantastic. It's shot beautifully. It's cast the cast is amazing. I loved it. I say another thing. Yeah. I really I loved the mentor slash Father Figure characters both of them blacks and the detective to-the-point like where I was uncomfortable when we got the scene where they really confronted each other. Yeah, just like there's some great scenes of both those characters, you know, whether it's Mouse's best interest or not at hand, but like just the emotions that those characters give the mouse and then to see those kind of Two Worlds Collide when there's like points that I agreed with from both was just like wow, it pulled it every string but man the ending the game..
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"In-depth spoiler specific interviews within game co writers Christopher Markus, and Stephen mcfeely, plus co directors the Russo brothers, as they all break down. What went into some of in games, most important scenes? Heck we even took a look back at the lessons of avengers Infinity wars. Well, so, yeah, we've got your MC you. Cues. Covered as you know in game is broken so many records, it's a cultural phenomenon and we're quite proud to have these interviews focusing on both the creative process and all the spoiler specific geeky details as well. So please don't miss these must read pieces, you could read the entire table of contents regarding what's inside backstory magazine issue. Thirty seven and some of the other highlights include the pieces, which feature full screenplays that you could read remember, we're one of the only magazines in the world that published the scripts in their entirety. So you could read the blacklist script, the seventh by Julian silver and Reese loss in wolf, plus an interview with them about it. She'll run a lean brush, McKenna gave us both the pilot and finale scripts for TV's crazy ex girlfriend, which you could check out after reading her interview, and we did to really fun, retro pieces, which contain full scripts one on the Colt nineteen eighties classic miracle mile. With writer director, Steven desire, NAT gave a great interview about making the film and also provided us with a cool draft of the script that includes some excellent. Boards. Plus, there's a retro piece on escape from Alcatraz with screenwriter Richard tuggle who worked hard to get us in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight production draft for your reading pleasure after you finish. Our interview with him about that amazing experience. You know, there's plenty of other articles that you'll dig in issue, thirty seven including Kenneth Branagh interview for his new Shakespeare flick. All his true playwright Eleanor Burgess chats about the niceties. We also dive into TV's new season of Cobra KAI. And then Fosse Verdon and catch twenty two plus documents. Some really cool QNA's that took place at the Turner, classic film festival in Los Angeles..
"tuggle" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And the Democrats are upset at who. President Trump for tweeting video of what happened on nine eleven denouncing what Ilan Omar I guess we have start calling the ugly Muslim now. Because that is I mean because her comments not not her physical appearance. Their comments are absolutely horrifying. And that's the that's the reason why we've dubbed her that. And of course, a lot of other stories here this morning, but top story in this hour, greater Baltimore committee now issued a call for mayor, Catherine Pugh resign. A repudiation of leadership by the influential group of business and civic leaders who say she no longer has public trust or moral authority. The groups voted unanimously and favor vision misstatement calling on Puta go concerned about revelations of hundreds of thousands of dollars in deals. She struck to sell copies of her healthy Holly children's books. The group's president Don Frye said quote, this was a difficult decision requiring a great deal of thought. But the gbi see believes the American no longer provide the leadership ineffective government that Baltimore needs and deserves at this time the gbi seaboard determined it's necessary from your to resign. So the city can move on. He'll and leverage them any positive assets. It has going forward and devote lesser looking up. Well, who's on the board because it was unanimous? So I the the people on the board former mayor Kurt smoke John's Hopkins, president bond Daniels Orioles owner, Peter Angelos who understand is incapacitated. I don't know how you. Vote. If you're maybe if somebody doesn't need a proxy Morgan state university president David Wilson archbishop, Lori. And are under armor chief executive Kevin plank, all members of the board. And by the way, the sun Baltimore sun's publisher. And editor is also a member of the board as well. Fry fry declined to say which of the board sixty four members attended the Friday meeting approving the resignation call. All right. So you have to attend. So I guess it would leave Mr. Angelo, south of that. But is there anybody that's put it this way? Is there anyone left in Baltimore City? Who believes mayor Pugh deserves a second chance, by the way, I'll be on square off this Sunday with former mayor Sheila Dixon to discuss this topic and this issue so tune in for that Sunday believe it's eleven on the CW from sticking. So that'll be Sunday. But anyways, and is there anyone out there who believes the mayor Pugh ought to get a second chance that she's innocent until proven guilty that you should she claims. She's when she gets healthy recovering from pneumonia. She's coming back. And that would wipe that frown right off of mighty Jack Young's face. I tell you that or that smile. So again, look, here's the thing. If they take off the mayor, and they could do this. She she probably knows a lot more than what she's letting onto. She could take a lot of people down with her. So that might be just a factor just to keep that in the back of your mind. So over the weekend. We find a member we denounce this week suppo-. Weeks ago? A judge in the case of this guy who was accused of the barroom murder in fell's point. He was given bail. But on Friday, Philip west walked into the courtroom saw his bail revoked and it was arrested in scored it off to jail. This is a surprise turn of events frustrating. His defense attorney Ken Ravenhill. He said what you're doing is a farce to the Judge Charles. I think forest was leading this guy on on Bill to begin with the judge says you wanna keep talking Mr. Ravenhill. I have never I second contemplated holding a lawyer in contempt. Judge did not like that. So I remember when the judge let this guy out on bail in the first place, I became a hundred thousand dollars bail. And then so he paid his bail was released electric monitoring bracelet. He did spend the last three months at home. But again that the then interim Commissioner Gary tuggle, I remember he came out against it. Most the city council was against it. I was against a lot of people Frank was against it. And I don't know what finally found they found religion in that particular case a phone call here this morning. Garrison Columbia, Gary good morning, you're on WCBS. Okay. Joining my issue is how far Bain and the whole Omar episode. How is it that my congressman congressman and all the others mostly all Democrats with the couple of sections somebody else cannot go up to the congress kicking microphone. Call your show. Whatever and demand that this lady, Omar, she's an elected Representative. You can't you know, fire or something, but you can take out the far relations committee, but you can denounce all this absolute anti-semitism Sarbanes must know how many Jews are in his. I'm one of them, certainly I don't vote for for other reasons, but this idea of inculcating, the party of hate, the Democrats have now become the party of anti-semitism anti-israel pope EDS, Ma I know you're calling you're calling out Sarbanes, but the rest of the democrat, delegation Dutch, Rupert burger his district. Does contain a lot of Jewish constituents. Logic Cummings as well. So again in in most of them, they've been it's crickets, I mean, max rose, I think is a democrat of New York east come out against it there. Handful of Democrats in New York, but Chuck you schemer he has no comment for the first time in schemers life. He is stumped. He doesn't know what to say. When there's a camera microphone in front of the man is as phony as a three dollar Bill. There's no question about that. I don't know how much all Moore's in. But I can tell you that you are in danger. And in fact, we had nine nine Jews killed in Pittsburgh, the amount of money that now synagogue are trying to contemplate for security in locks and paying for people to be armed in front of the gate. And all of a sudden, this is coming more rapidly. Now, we're all upset, and and I think you bring up a good point, Gary because now is the time, you know, whether you're Jewish or you're Muslim or Christian, whatever the case may be when you hear this kind of thing when someone says this does this or acts like this you denounce it you pound some mmediately, and you tell them this will not be tolerated. This will not be accepted, you're off the foreign relations committee. Concern is some sort of tacit acceptance this lady internet, Gary thanks for the call. Appreciate that's a good call. If you agree with them a little bit here from before ten WTVN six eighty or disagree with them one eight hundred WCBS six eighty again. But no, you know Pelosi. She's out there denouncing the president. Again. I it's just it's head-scratching. What's going on in the democrat.
"tuggle" Discussed on KTRH
"Avoid more layoffs. A Houston man has been caught avoiding paying his tolls in a big way deputies arrested Preston, Cody Talbot, after they say, he has been using a license plate flipper to attempt to dodge tollway cameras because it was a basic basically a wire that went through the Trump and to where he had access to to engage the device officials Dowell but owes almost fifty five hundred dollars in toll fares. Three new lawsuits have been filed in recent days due to the chemical fire in Deir part. The suits are on behalf of three people who live near the chemical storage facility that went up in flames last month. Each lawsuit seeks one million dollars in damages for negligence. The residents claim that chemicals released by the fire caused them to be exposed multiple times resulting in illnesses and injury. The suits also named ATC spokeswoman Alice Richardson, saying she failed to properly inform and warn the public about the dangerous levels of chemicals in the air after. The fire Coriolis on NewsRadio seven forty KTAR. H the Texas supreme court is keeping the state's execution drugs. Supplier secret justices ruled the pharmacy's name should not be made public citing online comments and a twenty fourteen Email sent to the previous suppliers of the drugs e contain a reference to the nineteen ninety five Oklahoma City bombing while the blog posts contain an image of an exploding head attorney general Ken Paxton applauded the decision saying it will keep pharmacies and their employees safe from harm Nick rank of its NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h victims rights advocates are opposing a proposed Bill that would release violent offenders from prison early. The Texas house held a hearing on the Bill filed filed by Houston democrat Sinfonia Thomson, the Bill would allow violent inmates to become eligible for parole sooner based on good behavior under current law. Violent offenders are required to serve half of their sentence before being credited for good time. KTAR news time one zero three. Well, from nine to noon, you can help restore beaches along the coast and clean up the messes people of left behind. Each program. I started in nineteen Eighty-six the trash they picked up was coming from ocean. Based sources like rigs and cargo ships coordinator Rene tuggle says folks littering is a big problem. Eighty percent of the track that were picking up off the beaches come in from land based sources, and it's not just folks that go out and enjoy a day at the beach that may leave trash behind. But it's folks that are upstream and both don't even think about that. Now dot beach provides trash bags and gloves. You'll need to bring your own sunscreen, enhance Audrey Morton, NewsRadio seven forty K Terry sometimes friendships can work out great, especially at work, a Missouri. Man says he want one hundred thousand dollar lottery jackpot from scratch off lottery ticket that his work friend gave him Michael sharp of Springfield says that when he found out he won one hundred thousand dollars on the ticket. He immediately called his wife and disbelief sharp says he plans to use the funds to pay for his son's education and to pay off their debt, John mostly Downey, NewsRadio seven forty KTAR. RH lately, it seems like everything we use everyday is getting an upgrade from the bed. We sleep in to the razor we use when we wake up, but we've neglected one of the more impulsive products in a daily routine that old worn out toothbrush..
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"Be at the fiftieth for this August. Santana's back can't he John Sebastian's that and young. But walk is headline anymore. There were no rocking whole headliners Coachella twenty eighteen in may never be again. Rock music is in its final. And headlining would stop this year. Jay z. Cyrus time is not on rocks side. Nikki Courtney NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h. Yeah. That makes recovery is his no seven thirty eight thousands of Texas hit the beaches tomorrow to rid recreational areas of trash before the summer season. Dopp the beach and coordinator Rene tuggle says the shape of the current government sokaia. Well, it actually helps trash from foreign lands. Make it to our coast. That's by we do see a lot of traffic comes from other countries. Because of the way the current run, the tears can register online you start checking it at eight thirty AM tomorrow are just show up there. Grateful to have you news time seven thirty nine. NBA playoffs are here. The rockets take on the jazz in game one of their best of seven first round series Sunday now night now the rockets play the jazz four times during the regular season going into catch all your markets action. Sports talk seven ninety stroz looking to extend their six game winning streak when they meet the first place. Mariners Seattle the weekend. Series of first stop of an eight game road trip. The coverage will be here on KTAR aged.
"tuggle" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Baltimore's. Police department is understaffed across the board that according to interim police Commissioner Gary tuggle Duggal says you can't hide it where literally robbing Peter to pay Paul toggles assessment coming as the city is losing more officers than gaining and finds it difficult to fill nearly five hundred vacant positions while homicides continue at a three hundred plus rate per year. A number of photos, featuring people wearing black face surfers in university of Maryland yearbooks of years ago, university, president Wallace low says the images are hurtful and distressing and reflect the history of racial prejudice, not conveyed in what the schools seek to embody today. A wave of thousands of immigrants is causing rising enrollments in Baltimore County, schools and taxing the systems facilities. More than half of the new enroll ease are immigrants or speak. Another language just a few years ago. There were only fifteen students whose native tongue was not English and vice President Mike Pence visiting deport a Baltimore today for roofing on customs security technology used the scan for illegal narcotics and weapons sports. Coming up in a moment in this day and age we all love to have control over our lives control over online image are fitness. Even our playlist, but what about controlling your wealth and your most important intentions in.
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"Without fear or favor in context and perspective to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We were endless hours to make sure that when we deliver it. So, you fact, it's a fact Shepard Smith on. Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion, the six eighty WCBS news time three minute spans, five o'clock, one of the greatest baseball players of all time. Fearless trailblazer at Oriole. Legend dies at the age. Eighty three details coming up in sports. Police department is understaffed across the board that according to interim police Commissioner Gary tuggle tuggle says you can't hide it. We are literally robbing Peter to pay Paul toggles assessment coming as the city is losing more officers than gaining and finds it difficult to fill nearly five hundred vacant positions while homicides continue at a three hundred plus rate per year. Another Maryland football player falls ill during a team workout has taken to shock trauma as a precaution. Raymond Boone was placed in an ice bath as a precaution. But his illness is not heat related moon says he's doing fine and blamed low blood sugar for his illness. A wave of thousands of immigrants is causing rising enrollments in Baltimore County, schools and taxing the systems facilities. More than half of the new enroll are immigrants or speak. Another language just a few years ago. There were only fifteen students whose native tongue was not English. Vice President Mike Pence visiting the port of Baltimore today for a briefing on customs security technology used a scan for illegal narcotics and weapons mayor Catherine.
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"Topic manitou? Yes, we are there. It is again a Wednesday here in Baltimore on Sean and Maryland's wakeup call. Talkradio six eighty WCBS coming up on the program today. Maryland Moesby says stop prosecuting marijuana possession cases. We'll take a look at the key school cover up over sex-abuse. The mayor wants the police brands to live in the city, Maryland democrat said of we'll foam. Might be more deadly than MS thirteen the wall negotiations begin today. And so does the impeach Pelosi movement will detail the judges ordered more mental evaluation for that Edgewood alleged killer, the Auschwitz states horrifying, double standard, the godless Democrats striking out under God from the Allston. Congressional committees camera dissing angel moms where is Ruth buzzy Ginsburg. Might be another hate crime hoax. This one involving a star of the TV show empire guess was nominated for the JFK profile encourage award. We've got that. For you. Coming up a little bit later on more violet a leftist incidents across the country, California. College has dumped the pledge of allegiance, and we'll tell you who the Democrats have picked to deliver these state of the union response. A socialist who laughed at the pledge of allegiance all this morning. Good in your calls and comments here this show on this Wednesday morning top story today. Well, here she goes Baltimore states. Attorney Marilyn Moesby announcing yesterday her office would cease prosecuting people for possessing marijuana, regardless of the quantity or the person's criminal history consistent with my pledge to secure Justice over convictions. I'm announcing a monumental shift and public policy as it relates to marijuana possession in the city of Baltimore, effective immediately. The Baltimore City state's attorney's office will no longer prosecute marijuana possession cases, regardless of weight and or criminal history, effective immediately. The Baltimore City state's attorney's office will prosecute possession with intent to distribute and distribution of marijuana. If those charges are based on RT evidence of intent to sell or distribute marijuana. Beyond the mere possession of it. Calling him a monumental for Justice in. Baltimore b also requested the courts vacate convictions of nearly five thousand cases of pot possession, effective immediately. The Baltimore City state's attorney's office will now mandate the referrals of all first time felony drug distribution offenders. So the aim to be more diversion program and as of ten A M this morning. My office has filed a writ of Corum Novus in both the circuit and district courts seeking to vacate the convictions of one thousand fifty cases in circuit court and three thousand seven hundred seventy eight cases in district court dating back to two thousand and eleven. So she's standing it alone. Nobody else was there. Whether the police Commissioner wasn't there. In fact, the police Commissioner former DA agent Gary tuggle said quote Baltimore police will continue to make arrests for legal marijuana possession. Unless. And until the state legislature changes the look at law regarding marijuana possession, and of quote in the mayor, she wasn't there either. But said Mobis attempting to address namely, the unnecessary criminals -ation of those who possess marijuana merely for personal use. But at the same time, we also need understand that those who deal illegal substances fuel criminality in our neighborhoods, which leads to violence, and of quote, so we have a state's attorney Frank cherry picking which laws now she's going to decide to prosecute or not. This is another example of how dysfunctional Baltimore City. Is you can't get the police department that's going on going in one direction and the state's attorney's office going in another. I mean, all this should be integrated. All this should be basically with the leaders of these various departments on the same page is worthy of discussion as to whether or not to prosecute these cases. But you can. Can't have the police is going to be an exercise in futility police could continue making the arrests for for marijuana possession. And yet when after they do all their work all the book work and everything else. Then they submit it for prosecution elite and the seats top pros. I mean, the city's top prosecutor is just going to deny it loose. Yeah. So I guess Joe. The judge will have no choice if the state's attorney decides, I'm not going to prosecute was a judge now going to be the the prosecutor in this particular case this I think is very dangerous. This leads to anarchy when you have people who are elected or appointed in law enforcement when they are choosing which laws are gonna follow first of all the possession of marijuana is against the federal laws here in Maryland in two thousand fourteen possession on what is it less than ten grams? I think is the the current law. There are less than ten grams of marijuana is is not a criminal offence. But if you're carrying, you know, a pound of it and you claim it's for personal use how do they determine whether it's for personal use or the intend to distribute and sell it. My other question is this again as long as it is the law in the state of Maryland. Don't be marijuana possessors. There's a there's a supply and demand there wouldn't be drug dealers. And there wouldn't be marijuana dealers. If there weren't people who are smoking, and possessing it, and then she gives these excuses. That. Basically, there is no public safety value in prosecuting these cases, and then goes on to say. And this is a judgmental. Call on her part that in the criminal Justice system.
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"Own police department. But I I I work. Everybody has to wild with. I had to have. Abby and the photo sake. To the best of your knowledge. Shirley, were there any other incidents involving the UVA police department? No. And that was a foul play, and you'll be a Israel, and they always had their own be. Can be done, and it is being done as you just pointed out. There was an early age, right? Right. Shirley. Thanks so much for the call. Appreciate that. It can work. You have to have the in the will and the intestinal fortitude to do it. Franken Perry hall. Good morning. You're on CBS. Good morning. John. As you know, you're only. Walking for you. And. Police Commissioner is the mayor the rank and file cop gets out there every day on the street. They don't feel like they got the confidence in the back. Not uppers Commissioner, you know every day they choose to see or not see crowd. And I think because of how they were treated after the, Freddie, gray incident. I think a lot of the police officers are. You you might be right based on a number of factors. But I think I've talked to a lot of city cops over the years. The last time they felt the Commissioner had their back. One hundred percent was Fred Bill. Right. And some of the others not not to cast is the disparage these other commissioners, but Tony bat certainly didn't have their back. And when you're an interim guy like Gary tuggle as it's hard to establish out. Can you imagine for a moment if the people in Baltimore City realized that the Baltimore City police department didn't carry the weapons? Right. Can you imagine what the crime rate would be? Well, the same thing is true. The same thing is true. As far as campus police are concerned if it's what? If if it becomes known that these police officers are, you know, got into plastic bullets or no bullets at all. Then there, you know, people are going to be drawn to to to the campus to commit the crimes that the that. They would you know that they would normally come in. And when we get a new Commissioner, I think it would be imperative on hand to. Establish for core between the rank and file they talk about reaching out to the community. To the opposite. No question. That's the quiet. You look at it. That's a delicate balance. Let's say tight rope to walk. You wanna make sure you have your cops backs. But at the same time, the community also feels that you you have their support it. That's a difficult thing to do. Maybe Hertson's the guy I hope and pray that he is Frank thanks for the call. Appreciate that four ten WCBS six eighty. Always again been a mystifying to me, the the city school board vote, tens zip not arm. The SRO's in Baltimore City schools. You know, most people would be fine with armed guards in their banks in their financial institutions. We've we we protect our money, but we don't want to protect our children. What's wrong with that picture? Let's go to Sharon in health or good morning. Sharon, good morning, Frank. Greg is feeling better. Thank you. I.
"tuggle" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"John, vincent. And again, if you wanna weigh in on day twenty eight of the Mexican stand-off, I do think this. I think the stakes are very high for the Republicans. I think if the Republicans cave or capitulators surrender, I think they're toast. Yeah. I really do. They have to win this battle, especially after the midterm shellacking that they got, you know, with losing forty seats in the midterms gain in the Senate, and I like to point that out. It wasn't a complete washout, but they got wiped out pretty good in the house. You can't afford to lose this battle. This is a one you got to win. And I think President Trump is going to stick to his guns. And I think he knows. I think he knows it eventually Pelosi and Schumer going to have to come to the table if they don't know Soviet. Well, let's hope it happens sooner than later. So it's now, of course, they're talking about the security at the Super Bowl is now being brought into question based on the partial government shutdown. So now that's being floated out there that we may have to postpone or delay the Super Bowl based on the shutdown goes that far meanwhile here in Baltimore City. Prosecutors yesterday filed a motion to revoke the bail for that man accused of murder murder rather than the fells point bar and last month Philip Stanley west was released on bail by judge Michael stuttered, the judge's decision as we talked about yesterday to grant bail drew a widespread range of criticism. We pretty much blasted a mirror on the show governor HOGAN called it. Outrageous. It's just astounding that the judge could come to that conclusion especially in the climate. We've been living in in the past four or five years here in this city, HOGAN said quote of somebody's charged the crime like that it seems like they shouldn't be back on the streets. Mike Mancuso president the Baltimore police union decried, the abhorrent decision in a letter to the Baltimore democrat party newsletter and saying that the silent majority of citizens would demand count ability. Interim police Commissioner Gary tuggle called it unfortunate city councilman Cohen who represents fell's point said it was reckless. Again, I've always been critical some odds with these states turning Merlin Moseley. But I think she got one hundred percent, right. This time along with her assistant state's attorney, Tracy Robinson. She wrote that west is a flight risk because he faces a life sentence for first degree murder charge. Number one, number two. He was carrying a firearm even though he'd been previously convicted for drug possession. So there's a felon in possession of a firearm. And once again, we talk about you know, the president we talked about the prisoner. Release Bill last month, the president signed the just because somebody has they may be a non violent offender and have a drug possession charge on their rap sheet doesn't necessarily mean you're you're not a harm or threat to the population be punished. Yeah. And John Vincent points out. It was twenty plus days before he turned himself and finally to the police so again, maybe the now his his attorney Ken ram announces this happens all the time. The out on bail. He said to the to the double murder in Tulsa in the two brothers charge. There got out on seventy five hundred and fifty thousand bail respectively. Well, it doesn't make it right either. You know, again, there's this kind of insanity in Maryland has been spreading like a virus? We complained about that one Mark. Yeah. We did. While we coddle the criminals here in this system of the people of the state deserve to be protected. They're tired of this happening over and over again. And you know, you talk about it and then nothing gets done. And actually, what gets done is just the opposite. Another violent criminal back out on the streets. And so we have this is a never ending cycle. And we've talked about, you know, and everyone points the finger at the police. I mean, the police in the one with a consent decree the police in. Yeah. There were you know, the gun tracing task force. They were bad bad Hombre there, and they got what they deserve. And in some cases, but you can't besmirch the entire police department on the actions of a few. But you know, it's all always the police. The police are. They have the consent decree can't seem to find a Commissioner of this latest pick might be a good model have to wait and say give them the benefit of the doubt. America's Merida's answers. The city council doesn't have any answers. But everybody looks the other way when it comes to the judges. Well, they're the ones that should have the answers we elect them. Right. So some up with an answer. Well, I mean, we've said for years that if you want something treated differently you have to go in a different direction. And again, I understand the city is predominantly black. The city is predominantly a liberal progressive democrat, and that's who they are electing. And we're seeing that this ideology is not willing to crack down on crime. Now, I don't know if they don't know how to do it or they just don't want to do it. Or maybe it's a combination of the two, but they've always looked to swing open the jail doors, keep people out on the streets as much as possible because they believe that I've read articles on this that the penal the criminal Justice system in our country. And here in Maryland is racist is inherently racist because we have. A tendency to have money more blacks locked up than anything else. That's you know, again, sometimes it is what it is. But let's not forget these are juries of their peers who are convicting these individuals of these crimes. Eight point. So again, this then you're basically turning that gun of criticism on yourself. If you're saying that the system is racist. Then what does it say about the jury system when that's the that's the best system in the world. Right. You don't want one. You know, judge having all the power or you don't want to have the police having all the power. This is again, a little bit of checks and balances you have to go and proven of courtroom beyond a reasonable doubt that that person is guilty of the charges that you have brought I just think it's the best system is it perfect. No. But here it's kind of fallen between the cracks you can certainly throw your opinion our way on that as well. Five forty four time for traffic and weather first with the update here is the king Chuck Whitaker. Thank you, Sean. Again, the roadway conditions for the most part are wet continue to watch your speed on the bridges overpasses ramps neighborhood streets, of course, eight nine five already some break in the construction area, Donald straight and already pretty all right? Narrows down lane. So be on the lookout for that link south five avenue ramp at broken coastal there on.
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