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"ugur" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Just talking with the doctor Martin Kerry from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health about the, uh, breaking news from Pfizer, where they say that the Covid vaccine is safe and effective. And kids 5 to 11. It's interesting, Julie. You know, Dr McKee was talking about maybe one dose, uh, for kids, so that's not How this trial worked. Apparently, this trial actually gave two doses, but they were much lower dosages, in fact, about a third of the amount that is in each shot given now and according to Pfizer, they say after the second dose Children ages, 5 to 11 developed anybody levels that were just as strong as teenagers and young adults receiving the full dose of the vaccine. Dr Ugur Sahin news, the sofa and her bio in Tech says, uh, that the safety profile in immunogenicity data. Are consistent with what we've observed in our vaccine and other older populations at a higher dose. But again, I think the real question is going to be. What does the FDA decided to do here? I mean, we know that the Yeah, I think the other question is, is there Are we going to see the same sort of slippery slope where you know pretty soon all kids 5 to 11 in order to go to school or to play in sports or to go on a field trip. Or to you know, my my son this summer was not yet vaccinated and had to bail on a baseball event. Um, And so the question is, will the sort of will they connect this to those activities? And then parents will feel pressured and we have to talk about this very seriously. This is a disease that really does not target 5 to 11 year olds. There is risk involved, and we should respect parents. Who want more information who want more data. As the doctor said. This was done on around 9000 kids, um, that you're not going to see some of the rare side effects that others that in the general population we've seen among young kids, so I really hope there's more flexibility with this age group. I don't think there will be if I'm you know, because and again the teachers unions will get all over this. And it's that assists that all kids be vaccinated for teachers to come back or for Master disappear so I can I can already see How this is going to unfold it. I think you're right. I think it is going to unfold that way. That's why I think the only hiccup could be whether if the FDA just like they came out on Friday and said, Well, that everybody needs a booster. If you get a panel that comes out and says, Hey, you know what these kids ages 5 to 11. It's a little premature to talk about vaccinating them. Then I think it could throw a wrench into the works here, But you're right. I mean, I think the mentality going forward, certainly for the administration is Okay, well, as soon as we can mandated, we're gonna Yeah, right. Uh And and so I think that the parents do need to start having this conversation. We didn't start talking about it. As you said, you know, this is a disease that, uh, so far anyway, has had far less of a severe impact on kids, and it has adults. I mean, there have been a according the American Academy of Pediatrics. At least 460 pediatric deaths from Covid since the pandemic began in last March. That's not nothing. It's not. But we're talking about hundreds of thousands of Americans who we do not. We do not mask Children who want to go to school for the flu, which is a disease that does affect Children. We don't you know, and this whole argument of Well, you know, if your unvaccinated you could, there could still be a breakthrough. What We do not mask Children for measles at the chance that there'll be a breakthrough infection of me. I mean, it is an inconsistent rule to just mass kids for covid and up the other myriad diseases. The kids come in contact with that do actually lead to death and Children, So I am really that's a whole nother show. Julie Gundlach talks about masks makes me a lot. I can feel myself getting a little like little tense right now. So, um But I can We can see what Chris Plante has coming up in a few minutes. You might be able to stick around for a few if you want. No, listen, I I'm with you. And you know, as you and I are both parents. This is something that you know. Obviously we want our own kids to be safe. We want our own kids to be healthy. Every parent does. And again, it gets back to the frustration. I think that so many of us feel where And we would love to be able to trust the science, so to speak, But it makes it really hard when you've got well when you find out that the doctors offering competing opinions, and the science seems to be shifting, based on the politics of the moment, But when there are emails revealed, and they admit that the CDC was influenced by the teachers unions on maps I'm done, I'm done if the teachers union can actually Really be the authority here, really? Because they're the ones making the rules and the vitamin with his Biden administration, then no one's following the science and that that is, That's just that that increases my you know my anger, my frustration and bitterness and inability to really trust these agencies, and they got to get that under control if they want the American public To do is they're advising. Yeah, I think we'll be paying far less attention to what Nicki Minaj is, cousin's friend had to say. Right. I'm so glad you worked that in. I was hoping we could talk about those swollen things. Yeah, well, well, well, we won't talk about the actual swollen body parts, but but, you know, again, there is a reason why, uh, you know, anecdotes like that end up taking often resonated with people and again. I think it goes back to the It wasn't even the anecdote itself. It was how they treated her. And how like the idea the audacity that she had to question it was so you know, off the mark for her to do that, So I think that's that's ultimately what people were sort of shocked at. I think you're right. All right. It is 53. After the hour here on W M A L. Better life with Dr Sanjay Gupta ever wonder why you hate the sound of your own voice? Science has.
"ugur" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"For a good game to, uh to the repertoire. It's a little difficult to keep all the rules. What's the name of the game? The game is called. What do you think, Rocco Something you can't say on the radio, so I could say it, Sheepshead. Cheap when you call that one. I don't know what that one is that there was a Scot Ugur. Okay. Bob Bucher. He's from Milwaukee. Yeah, Yes. Do you guys know how to play? You do not know. Oh, it's spelled E U C h r e e. Yes, I thought it was, er I didn't know it was r E But, yeah, This is a trick taking card game commonly played in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Great Britain and The United States played with a deck of 24 28, or 32 standard playing cards. Normally for players to on each team, although there are variations that range from 2 to 9 players. Wow. Wow. Yeah, We just played the three of us. Nice It was fun. We're, uh we're looking for those kind of things because we're starting game nights Thursday nights. Just like just like at our house. What time should I be there, please? Um, but just like a family. I should lead with that family game night. I really think you need to get some some activities going. Outside of your comfort zone. Do you mean hanging out with you? You, kurt? Yeah, she knows. I mean, I think you need to have some neighbors over for game night. You know, we have neighbors. Who are the reason why we were reminded of this was because they were talking to our kids are one of our kids was over there talking with them. And they said, You know, we're thinking of this winter when things get colder and people start going inside having a weekly game night where the kids go to one house to play, and then the adults go to another house to play. And there are games so it was going to watch the kids. You hire a sitter. The little one would be a bit of a problem as they always are. When they're really little. Um, we have to figure that out, but yeah, So we're excited about that? Yeah. Good for you. All right? Boy. You sure you sure chum it up to the neighbors pretty quick. Yeah, We love our neighbors. You know, it was great about our neighborhood. And then I'll tell you about shocking a second. This is done as roundabout way of trying to get me to hang out. Yes, I did. Shut me up to the neighbors really quick. We all moved in at the same time. There is a call to sack and it was new developments. So we were all getting to know each other at the same time and not sure if you follow the news. There was a pandemic last year. So then we all would just meet up. Everybody stayed at home. Worked at home color. Yes. Hashtag sack life. We like to call a cult bag. And, uh and then we would have like happy hours outside, socially distanced. Yeah, that's what we were doing. Yeah, it was great that we got to know everybody fire in a fantasy Football league with them. Nice. It's good. Congratulations. Are you friends? Donna, you should get on tinder maybe fine. Someone to keep you company. Good. He could be a seven ft. Tall basketball superstar Shock joined tinder. This is real. If he's to be believed, here's the story that he told Jimmy Kimmel Of his time on tinder and a difficulty that somebody like shock would run into on a dating app. Are you dating? Are you like on tinder or anything like that? I heard you were on tinder at one point. I've signed up for tender you did. Putting my name, uh, tried to make a person meet me and they didn't believe it was me. Nobody believed is your was like it's me. It's checked, but no, you're not. You know.
Newsradio 970 WFLA
"ugur" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"ugur" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Chief. Get up! Get up here! Got hurt, Daniel, go! Go back. He just hit a walk off Grand Slam home run, and he has cut brewers on the field, every one of them. I'm waiting for him at home plate. Whoa, whoa. Finished to this one. That is Mr Baseball. Bob. That's why I wanted to play that one last. Just the classic classic call. Here's the bus. Get up. Get out of here. Gone. I mean, um, I think I was, uh Scott. Maybe last week was talking about Your favorite. Announcer voice, your favourite sporting and now you know, they brought up Wayne and things like that. But the first one that came into my head was younger Youngers. You know, I'll be driving back from up north and there's a game on and I tune in just for Ugur. Because he's laugh out loud, funny at times, but he knows how to weave a story into the play by play. It's fantastic. I have found myself listening to more radio. Coverage of the Brewers this year for for a lot of reasons. I've been outside allowed to allow things working at the garden, working on my projects and appreciate it, even the games where the Brewers aren't playing well, the magic And the the charisma of a Bob. You Kurt, listening to him, talk about things unrelated to the game and just fun stuff goofing around. He is a national treasure. He's a local treasures, Certainly best and best and to all the brewers. I mean, this is a team where every member of the team contributes in some fashion. And they have each other's backs. They they cheered for Bogle Barkley cheer for anyone who stands up in these situations, High tension, high pressure high drama, and they do the right thing. This is a special team. We have no idea how they're going to do in the playoffs and the playoffs. Ours in my mind is certainly think they're magic numbers in the teens now. This is a team that will go into the postseason. Nothing but opportunity here for a team that's kind of live with the legacy of 82 for too long in my opinion, time to move on time, too. Recreate that magic. It's time again. You know we've had we've had issues obviously look at the books, so it's very similar with the Brewers. I just think that there's a There's a camaraderie that we haven't seen with this team in a long time. I love it. Now we're going to play for you after the break the opposite of enthusiasm, Okay has to at the Wisconsin Badgers football game. Gosh, yeah, I know we'll play that for you after the break, don't change that dial more of Steven Carroll or next on WTMJ. Next time you're due for service, visit Richmond dot com to schedule an appointment at any of our five conveniently located facilities. All Tripoli approved and all staff by a C certified technicians ready to serve you. Which laws Hey, this is 6 20 Wtmj Steve's Committee for Advent like a lot of you guys. I had snoring issues. I was waking myself up all night. My wife was unfortunately, the next to me. I was waking her up that led the poor sleep and a lot of tired mornings on the radio. Nobody wants a grouchy radio host. Trust me to put it simply my nose wasn't working the way it should. Decide to go to average for a quick 30 minute visit. Love their docks love their facilities. Advent totally put me at ease. And after really simple sleep study done at home in my own bed in terms of cause my problem. I had my Sinuses and nasal passages in my breathing triangle. Quick diagnosis short procedure done in office. I'm back to breathing. Well, my wife and I are, thankfully, back to sleeping through the whole night..
Man Tools Podcast
"ugur" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast
"Ugur juggernaut. I don't know honest awesome. But this week in his story. So let's get into that. Gather mike this week in his story. August twelfth nineteen ninety eight henry ford's first model t. Rolls off line out there in detroit with gets trees really cool. You want black. Yeah and immediately as can see the photo their statement. Wait a minute. He just have one of those. You have to give us money. And here's a plate. Thirteenth nineteen sixty three a zoom the most infamous Record our record a seventeen year old buddhist monk burned himself to death in saigon south vietnam in protest of the ongoing war in this country August fourteenth fourteen fifty seven. I love this story. The first book ever printed by the printing press is published by german astrologer named faust. He's immediately thrown in jail. We'll try to sell those books in paris because authorities concluded that he must have made a deal with the devil to get identical. Copies of the book has no one had ever done that before. And that's where the story of thousands made a deal with the devil sophia. Why forgetting like home play of his books. It is nice. Yeah that's where. The character came from the august fifteenth. Two thousand one astronomers announced Discovery of the first sewer system outside of our own which consists of two planets that were found orbiting one of the stars. That'd be different of course watching star trek and you know that that's the only time but this proved the theory that yes indeed. There are other solar systems Let's see august sixteenth. Eighteenth fifty eight. Us president james buchanan Victoria exchange messages inaugurated we first transatlantic telegraph line which holy shit water to choosy ownership august seventeenth nineteen ninety eight president. Bill clinton finally admits the american public that he had indeed had an affair with white house intern. Monica monica lewinsky This picture is actually from him. Denying it but it was widely going on now there. There was no cell phones or should have been there filming it let's see august eighteen. Fifteen ninety john white of one hundred seventeen harnessed sent into seven roanoke island in what is now. North carolina to establish call returned to the colony from a trip. It's england to find the settlement abandoned and no sign of dean settlers was ever found They did find on a tree. This weird word croats helen. scrawled into the bark And so in of course is inspired a lot of witchcraft stuff indians. Tatum who knows alien was gone. Everybody from stephen qingda american orquesta air or story as us that and Let's see so that brings us to end of this week sterling and nine the end of our show kind of wrapped it up wrapped it up. Pervy nice there. You did there trevor. Like thank our sponsors. Eso auto works course an harmonic studios richard maintenance and a new sponsor coming onboard very soon. We announced that. Let's hold off okay often. So we've been we teases you whether it's it's been in the shot the whole time you know. Make sure sense by product. I okay let is exciting. It will be. It is first. Line of manuals branded. It's true to be awesome. So they'll that more coming up We do have some other crazy. Nelson's coming up on men tools for later this month. So stay tune At for all of the mantle stuff go mantles media dot com or checkout oliver socials league tree slash mantles media gooding emerge and our subscriptions to patriarch locals for just five dollars month. One point out we have some new merch designs in our brand new kovin tyranny. Why it's a silverline. Kobe tierney collection Let me zoom some of his in here we've got. We've got three new items citizens. Excellent pictured finger a ship. Well you guys could see him from over there. Argue the internet larry's Well let me click on. We got whatever happened to my body. My choice of course with vaccination stuff we also have more than rattled. Crowder coming up with. Get the jab. It's for your health. Love this with the police beating the shit out of some refusing to get jab and finally another one of my favorites It's not a mandatory vaccine. We just won't allow you to get that big just won't allow you to each shopper. Go out in public with us. Without a picture of mr shitting grin police officer who happily is enforcing any orders. You can pay with paypal and four inches three payments again. If you want a also let me bring it back. A new item.
Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"ugur" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"By play from replays Because there are 30 teams every night. Somebody's on the road. It's been two seasons worth. And there's been, I think plenty of replaced during every broadcast. I mean, everybody, please replace everybody. How is nobody else getting tripped up on this? Because no one is 83 years old, and it's a guy again it and the play was difficult over the weekend, where he lost the ball. The play at the fans were fan reached over, but he was in the building for that, and still had no clue. So I mean anything's on the table. Sorry. I can't use age as a factor T war because al you got Al McCoy is calling the NBA Finals at 88. And Bob Bucher is calling a clean game, and he's in his mid to late eighties as well. So those guys are older than John, and they're calling crisp games. I don't know if we can use 83 years old to blame on on this anymore. What am I supposed to do? It's got. It's got to be in there a little bit, and I mean al McCoy, who is in the building and fairly close at this point. I don't even think he did road games that much during the regular season, probably for this reason specifically, but you've got to at least a little bit. Give John some sympathy here for being over 80 and even knowing what he's watching on any monitor in front of him, and, thankfully knew it was baseball here. Sorry, it's on the monitor. Here's what I give him credit for is that he still wants to do road games. Ugur is bailed out of road games. I don't know if Al McCoy this road games anymore, but most of these old guys say where I'm just going to do home games. John wants to do every game. He wants to do every single game possible and That means going to Yankee Stadium right now to call games off of a monitor. And can we hear that one more time? I want this in its entirety. Here is John Sterling, watching a replay of Aaron Judge hit a home run earlier in the game and thinking he's doing it again. Buyers. Judge Man The Breaking ball is hit in the air to deep left That ball is high. It is far head is gone. Unfortunately, that was a replay of the home run, but it was a good good play. Mhm..
Newsradio 970 WFLA
"ugur" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Thank you. So much for listening and watching American medicine today I am Kimberly Banotti alongside my friends. Both Ethan Ugur and Jeff Flagstaff. Now. President Biden's Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen, recently said that inflation and higher interest rates are a good thing for the country. Which kind of goes against all common sense. So joining us to discuss as David Morgan, chief editor of the Morgan report, and co author of Second Chance How to Make and Keep Big Money. From the coming gold and silver shockwave. Thank you for joining us on the show. My pleasure. Thank you. Yes. Now can you kind of explain that logic or kind of lack thereof from Janet Yellen saying that inflation is good for our economy? I mean, what can she possibly mean? Well, I think from the big picture standing point, and this is verified by the Federal Reserve's own website, So if you go to the Fed's website, you will find that the $1913 now worth less than two cents. So when, over 100 years we've lost 98% of its value. So as a metaphor if your child came in with 10 question quiz in third grade and got two out of 100. Think you consider that a miserable failure? Yes, And that's the monetary policy of the Fed is to actually keep the monetary system intact, in other words, to keep it stable, and that's anything but stable. But it's in serious. What I just said is true. But yet it's been slow enough that most people are not really aware of the fact that from 1978 President Day the average American, not every American Real purchasing power has gone down. Oh, yeah, They're getting more money they might have made though I'll make up the number 19 15,078 55,000 Now it's just a number. It's not what the number is. It's what the value of the currency is, and the value continues to go down. So I think I've made my case for inflation. It's like saying a little bit of poisoning. Okay, but a lot will kill you. So leave that analogy and metaphor alone and move on the interest rates. The interest rates are interesting situation because we're in what's called financial repression. Financial repression is when the free market doesn't determine the cost of money. Money is a commodity like potatoes and interest is what the price of borrowing that money is, and it should be determined in the market. How many people want alone and how many people want to borrow that went away? Probably in 1980. Maybe before it's been Under the control of the political and banking class for a very, very long time, and then deliberately keep it down to quote unquote stimulate the economy. That said, probably 100 times a day on all the mainstream financials channels, But the real reason is held. Such a low interest rate is because the interest On the national debt would be unpayable. If we read and what I would consider normal interest rate of, say, 5% herself. The Fed was going to taper. They were going to try and let interest rates rise and get more to what I consider normal range historically. When that was tried. It crashed the stock market almost immediately, and this was just on a very small increase in interest rates. They immediately reverse course and pushing interest rates down near observed zero interest rate policy. And they're about so the interest rate questions A little more, Uh, takes a little more thinking in my view than the inflation question, but in both cases We're in a situation where I called the bank in the elite control the economy in a greater range than most people actually believe many people still say we have capitalism in America. There's a few vestiges of it, but not much would be nice to try it again. So David, I'm going to read you the direct quote here from Janet Yellen, she says. We've been fighting inflation that's too low and interest rates that are too low now for a decade. She added that if the packages help at all to alleviate things, then that's not a bad thing. That's a good thing. So back to that quote. Do you agree with her? Or is she wrong? Because again like Kimberly mentioned at first glance, you think what are you talking about? House inflation? Good. Does she have a point? Or is she totally off base? His outpace inflation isn't good, you know, actual free market, honest money system, or you'd have, like a precious metal. So you couldn't you know, inflate the medals. You're only going to increase the amount of supply by the rate of increase of the precious metals, which is about 1.5% here. And I wrote about this in the Silver Manifesto. The book before the one mentioned and what you have is general deflation. So you wouldn't even have to worry about planning for retirement. You would know that a dollar that you earn is a 20 year old would be worth more. As a 60 year old or 70 year old because you have a stable money supply. The person power continue increased. So you would have gentle deflation. The one word that the government never wants to hear you say or ever see happen because in a deflation for them, money does become more valuable and then it makes it really impossible. Pay back the debt. They can inflate the debt away. They can inflate or not. As far as interest rates are concerned, perhaps you know, I should just touch it again. But I think the free market should determine the cost of money. I think a willing borrower and willing sellers should be able to come to say, Let's face it. The zero interest rate policy doesn't help any of us. I mean, it might help us on the mortgages, but you know, it doesn't help you in your credit card interest rate. So those zero interest rate policies are really good for corporate America or the corporate ocracy or the technopolis easel like to refer to it. So it helps the big corporations borrow next to nothing nowhere they do with this money. They put to productive use? No, they go out and buy their own stock back. So they take in that free money. It's almost reminded by massive amounts of stuff and get rewarded for it because the stock price is worth drier because there's less in the supply sounds rather convoluted to me. I'd like to hear your comment on that Mhm. David. Um, I want to take this in a little bit of different direction. If I can. Sure he bet anywhere you want to go, I I believe, as I think most of our audience that most of the people but Biden administration or smoking the good weed. That's why they're coming out with ridiculous quotes like Secretary Yellen, I would like to know. Tell me more about how to make and keep big money from the coming gold and silver Shockwave. I've had financial advisors for the.
WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"ugur" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Radio. Tickle Me Mahrez available at KB Toy Stores. Welcome Back D A with you Here on CBS Sports Radio. Happy Tuesday to you. It is a trash Tuesday, so let us know who or what your trashing we'll get to our trash is coming up next hour on the show. Pete Tweets. Brewers fan here D A. You listen to an anomaly of the broadcast. Ugur usually has a few good and relevant stories that he works in while simultaneously calling a clean game also He's only been calling home games the past couple of seasons. Good update, But I heard he was phenomenal. Just a good clean broadcast. It was phenomenal for 87 years old man, that dude's a legend, an absolute legend and Has lived himself a life. It has had a really good time doing it. You've got to love it. He's phenomenal. Okay, so more as are you ready for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics coming up this summer? I believe they begin in four weeks. Three weeks. Four weeks at the end of July is when they begin. I believe I am because I'm a big Olympic guy. Perfect bridge here post NBA and NHL into football. I like it. You are a big Olympic guy, huh? More winter than summer, but nonetheless, I love the art of competition in the Olympics. I really do the art of competition. What does that mean? I just I've seen people that aren't really paid Athletes go out there and give it the role for the role and I'm a big swimming guy. Give me the track running. I'm into it. Okay, So your favorite events that are swimming and track and field? Ah, yeah. And water polo. Oh, I can't get enough of the water polo on CNBC during the day. It's great. Really? What is it about water polo. Because it's insane. These athletes are just treading water constantly sound like they're stepping on like an above ground pool like the rest of us to have that kind of stamina and basically been winging balls like if across her hockey above water, I find that game to be insane. Okay. All right. Fair enough. I do like the Olympics as well. But I like it for I think the nationalism patriotism. I love that people are so proud of their countries and that These are these are their lives. I mean, this is not usually like dream Teamers. You don't know these household names. These are just It's not Simone Biles. It's 100. Different American athletes that you've never heard of getting this opportunity. They're doing it for the U. S. Or any other country. I just think that whole part of it is school. But I like the Olympics as well. Specifically the the Summer Olympics. I get into more than the Winter Olympics, So let me ask you did you know that tennis is an Olympic sport? Didn't feels unnecessary. But I did not. It feels unnecessary because there's already a W T A in a men's tennis tournament or tennis organization, right? Yeah, and they're competing on a world stage as it is not a country by country. Okay, So yes, Like Naomi Osaka is going to be competing for Japan. And in the past, Serena has competed for the U. S. And so tennis is Olympic sport and will be again this year. Good for them. I'll pass on watching that knee Olympics. Did you know that soccer is an Olympic sport? I did I did. I don't have an issue with that because soccer has great international tournaments, but I still would prefer the World Cup over the Olympic soccer. I I think that's that's that's definitely a A common refrain. These are usually under a certain age. Just not everybody's kind of veteran teams all the time. But right It's certainly not your your hard core. World Cup or any of these big international tournament teams. Usually beach volleyball. Did you know was an Olympic sport? Yes, I love beach volleyball. I love the little venues they build. I think it's great in pairs. It's awesome. Surfing is an Olympic sport. Did you know that? I only learned that on my trip to Hawaii because they were having some Olympic trials there when it went? Yeah, I did not know. Surfing is an Olympic sport. You know, Skateboarding is an Olympic sport. No, that's not a sport that somebody does that to the done kicking a happy sec. Well, did you know that it was? You're just dismissing it as a no, I didn't know it was. I think that's ridiculous. Skateboarding. Yeah, the X games They wanted to bring a younger audience into the Olympics. There is another event this year that I think is brand new, and I was pretty stunned to a news when they saw this as an Olympic.
Newsradio 970 WFLA
"ugur" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Ethan Ugur and Jeff Wax stuff. Now. Texas Governor Greg Abbott said this week that he'll veto funding for the state Legislature. One day after House Democrats staged a walk out of the chamber in an effort to prevent the passage of a sweeping election overhaul bill. Joining us to discuss is Alan Sacks, retired political science professor from the University of Texas at Arlington. Thank you for joining us. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. Absolutely. So, what was this Democrat walk out all about? And why are they against an election overhaul Bill? What it is, is that to sort of set the stage. Texas is a state where Democrats Republicans aren't each other's throats. Literally. The Republicans control most state offices. To control the Legislature. The Legislature, by the way, has two chambers. There's a there's a state Senate, which is Republican and the statehouse. With his Republican and the governor, Greg Abbott, as you mentioned earlier. It's also Republican, very conservative Republican and what it was they brought up selection changes. And I think there's election changes from motivated by as much as what went on in the previous presidential race has anything in Texas? So if you look at Texas, there really wasn't the controversy. After the election has it was in Georgia and Pennsylvania and other states. But I think the national election had a big effect on the state. And and our legislators. So what they did, they brought up an election bill to tighten up elections. They called the election integrity. The Democrats called it voter suppression of minority groups. So there you have, uh, exactly what took place in the Legislature and the Legislature had to adjourn on a particular date last week, and what it is, is that, uh, The Democrats said. We're going to deprive you of a quorum which our Constitution demands before you can vote. You have to have a quorum. So but I said we're leaving. We're leaving town. And they literally like spoiled kids left and there and there you have it, and the governor said. Well, if you're going to do it this way, we're going to call a special session which is allowed under our constitution. It can be a 30 Day special session on one topic. I had to call it the governor, and that's exactly what he did. So everybody's brace for this special session that will come in it. You're probably in a couple of months. Alan. So, what is this? Like? What is the governor's threat? Actually mean to sort of defund? The Legislature itself means that these baby cry, baby Democrats that all walked out are going to get paychecks. Correct. That's right. Uh, you're exactly right. Governor rather even threatened I'm going to stop your paychecks, which has existed. Chief executive which is, um, making sure that the laws are faithful. Negative. You did. You're not going to get paid. But but to pay for the legislators is so minor. I don't think it's really going to amount to that much They get paid. I think something like $600 a month, so it's It's not very much and when you take all the stuff away, they get a very, very small amount, so I don't think it's the Amount of money that they're worried about. His see symbolism of it for the governor says. I'm going to withhold your money and by the way, this has been done before not withholding of the money, but the Democrats believing they left earlier some years ago. Over a redistricting bill that is like that, either, and they left and the fact I went to buy old home State of Oklahoma. So they said, we're going and they went to Oklahoma. So it always get back a bunch of babies and they left. What I don't understand, though, is these are elected officials that are supposed to represent the best interest. Of their state. And here they are acting like cry babies and they're walking out and they're neglecting to do their job. If they were in a business, they would be fired for job abandonment. Why can't we do something stronger? To the Legislature. Then what's being done just a threat of a minimal amount of money being withheld as a tap on the wrist. We need that stronger way to hold them accountable, impeach the whole lot of them that they are asking it away. Some people sit like babies. It's not the money. That they stopped the show. But now, the governor says, I'm going to do something else. I'm going to call a special session of the Legislature and he's going to do that. And in fact, we may even have two special sessions with with which they can do what after the other So they'll get that election bill done and it'll it'll be passed. But it won't come until the special session and the acrimony would be as bitter than as it is now. Right, but but that's that's one ft. But what do we do to these elected officials that continued to continuously not do their job? How do we hold them accountable? Yeah, That's it, The the governor says. The only way we can hold them accountable is that was holding their chips, which is minimal, and we're going to call him back. We're going to get that bill passed and those bills that election bill Will be passed and what it was kind up things like absentee voting. The hours of voting who an absentee ballot it abandoned ballot harvesting. Which I think a lot of people know what that means, where you can go to a nursing home or or a particular place where especially a lot of elderly people reside, collect all the pallets. And bring him in. No more of that by this election bill, and the Democrats don't like it one bit so the acrimony is going to continue, and I think it will be even more were inflamed when this special session is called. Well, I think the citizens of the United States aren't happy with what they're doing, and we should really be able to get them out of office without their, um Salary and perpetuity. Thank you for being on the show. Unfortunately, we're out of time. Alan Sacks thanks for being on to discuss. Thanks, Alan. Appreciate this a lot. This is excellent. You got it? Absolutely. Take great care..
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"Watch and listen. American medicine today I'm Kimberly Bernabe alongside my friends, Ethan Ugur and Jeff Wagstaff. Now a cluster of five counties in rural Oregon recently voted to consider seceding from the state to join Republican controlled Eido. And joining us to discuss is returning guests. Our friend Paul Preston. Founder and president of the movement for a New California state and the host of the Red State Radio show Agenda. 21 Radio. Thank you for being with us again, Paul. Well, thank you very much for having me It's wonderful to be here. Have absolutely so why don't you tell us a little bit more about this organization? Move Organs border for a greater Idaho? Can you tell us what their motive is? Other motive is to get away from the repressive government that you find in Portland and the urbanized areas of Oregon and to take along with them, of course, to count two or three counties out of California, northern tier of California. So that's been one of the lead ins for all this, but the the rural areas of Oregon are really Rebelling, just like the rural areas of California are rebelling against the urbanized areas, which are controlled by the Democrats. So you're seeing a another form another variety of a state split literally. They're attempting to occur that said, they're attempting to promulgate through three states rather than two states. Paul, this has only happened a handful of times throughout the history of the US What is the actual process like because your group is trying to do in California. Well, we're Yeah, we're doing Article four Section three states splits, and it's only happened three times. Uh, the last time it happened was with West Virginia in 18 61. So it's not a real common way. There's 50 States and all the other states except for California were brought in by the territorial process. So you had main and you had Kentucky utilize this as well as West Virginia. And so we're following literally the exact template or a blueprint laid down by West Virginia and the Constitution and the bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence. All those elements are coming together under our movement that's working. We're growing, growing growing, and we've had eight constitutional conventions now. Sydney Powell was one of our featured speakers along with your Arpaio. Joe Arpaio was actually joined the team now, and we also have joined up with this canvas songs and DNS to Susa. They were out the last convention. They're all on board with New California in the state movement, so we're very, very excited about our prospects. We anticipate that if things go right again, everything has to lay out. But by the end of this year week we could be a state. But the process they're doing is a little bit different, and it's not too much they're still requires. The approval of the counties are the states in the Legislature. Paul. What is the procedure that the Constitution lays out for something like this? And do we find it? Constitutional? Um, this process that they're doing is a modified process. It actually came about as a result of what happened when West Virginia and Virginia After the Civil war were trying to settle out some boundaries with some counties and this is very, very common that there's a settlement oftentimes between states and the county. There's you know there's territories to be had. We're all experiencing that right now, with our kept with our map that we are proposed, and we know that there's going to be more of a conflict coming about, but To take whole counties such as what you're doing right now and Idaho with the new Sir Ping literally portions of Oregon in the fashion that they're doing. It is really kind of stretching the court decisions and it will be interesting to see how that all pans out, but they still have to get the approval of the States concerned. And then that of the Congress and Article four, Section three is very, very specific about this that you have to get the approval of the Legislature, your own legislature. So here in California, we have got to get the approval of the California state Legislature. It's a simple process. All you need is a resolution. There's no bill involved. None of that. You can just declared with the number of people on the floor. At the time in the assembly or in the Senate and get your resolution approved and then you go on to Congress. But it also says that if you're trying to do this with multiple states, then you have to get the approval of those states as well. So They've got to get the approval of three states and that's why I say this is gonna be slim to none that this is going to happen. I'll tell you right now California is not going to give up its water states. Now the water states or the water counties. Pretty much are Siskiyou County and Shasta County and Trinity County. And I don't know if I want to creep down further to claim them all but So you're taking about 60 70% of California's water? I don't think so. That California, New California. We're not going to allow that to happen. It's a power grab. And that's not gonna happen. It just seems so odd that the Democrats wouldn't want to listen to the people because they claim that's what they do. And when the people are crying out, saying we want to separate and we want to be conservative. Why don't they allow that to happen? Because they don't listen to the people. That's that's a fact. Here in California. We literally live in a dictatorship and the people people don't understand it for the most part, because you know we don't Typically and other states and around this country don't live in a dictatorship. But we have a pure dictators in Gavin Newsom and the Legislature and the judiciary. I have all problem gated this over the course of, you know, 150 years. Amending the California Constitution over 600 times to guarantee that we would be at this point in time with a socialist Communist dictator. Okay, now you mentioned Newsome and we know they've already gained the signatures to remove him. Why is he still there? Well, they there's a There's a process. They've got a waiting period after the signatures were gathered to verify all the signatures, So we're still in that part and they got over 200 signatures. They verified 1.7 million Signature, so that's a that's a really good number. It's a very healthy for Californians to do that. But the problem is, it's been more like a ruse than anything else because she Gavin Newsome of the dictatorial role could actually put off the election to whatever he wants to. And the Legislature is not going to fight him on it. And it's he just had recently had a court decision that says he can't be a dictator anymore, and they find him a million and a half dollars And that was because he ignored the U. S. Supreme Court. They found against him. But whether or not he's going to allow the election to go through, is very, very curious. And then the other part of it is now we're getting the opinion polls that says his soaring in the polls. And it doesn't look like they're going to be able to recall him, which that's just completely not true. It's not true. Well, it just seems like they once they have control. They latch onto it, and they'll die before they'll give up that power struggle services. That's what's was, unfortunately, unfortunately, we're out of time. But thank you so much for joining us. Paul Preston, thanks for being on the show. Thank you very much. Take great care. Make sure you stay tuned coming up after the break A story of recovery. The market right now is strong for pre owned vehicles at Wesley Chapel. Alexis. 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"Alfred Banality, MD. Here Euros. Kimberly Bermel been naughty and co host. Heated Ugur and Jeff lack staff. Thank you so much when listening and watching American medicine today I am Kimberly been naughty along with my friends. Ethan, you cur and Jeff Wagstaff. Now, this week's Senate Democrats began to move on their election reform legislation for the People Act. But Republican critics are opposed to build, calling it a democratic power grab that would make voter fraud even easier to commit. Joining us to discuss is Lauren Bowman, spokeswoman for the Public Interest Legal Foundation and former member of the Trump White House communications team. Thank you for joining us. Thanks for having me on. Absolutely. Now. Can you break down What's in this bill for us? What are they trying to change? Because we're hearing things that there's you know, Same day voter registration, which could really be chaotic for election officials. At least one would think And then kind of automatic voter registration through federal databases. Should we really trust that? Yeah. So one of the things that would implement that would require all 50 states toe have same day voter registration. So you show up to the polls on election day, and they're required to let you register to vote with no proof of I d. There's no safeguards that there you're proving who you say you are that you live in the district and all of that. So that's just so much chaos for election workers on the day of Election Day, and then Yeah, What they're going to say is we're gonna implement automatic voter registration forever. One in every federal and state databases. So, for example, the D M V. Your driver's license. There are tons of people who have driver's license that aren't eligible to vote because maybe they're a green card holder, a foreigner or they're underage. They're 16 years old and driving. They shouldn't be on the voter rolls. So there's some issues with that that just creating Evolution to be on the voter rolls, and that makes it where they can actually to the polls and vote. I love other Democrats are spinning this, though you know. Biden infamously called it Jim Crow on steroids. What does that have to do with discrimination and race to me? It just It's the Democrats wanting as many people to vote that are probably gonna vote Democrat as possible. That's why they want to change the law. Know exactly. They always play the race card anytime they don't agree with something right? It has to be that it's racist. Well, one of the things that they point to, as we saw in Georgia is voter. I d. All right, D they say, is a racist requirement. It's trying to keep minorities from voting. Well, actually, over 70% of the American people support voter idea requirements. They think it's common sense also, I think, get Insulting to say that a minority can't get a idee on. Do you know that's one of the funny things we stall in Georgia is you know, the MLB moved their game out of Atlanta because of it. Well, you know, the Major League Baseball requires you to have an idea. When you pick up your tickets from will call Everyone in society today has an idea. And you know, if you don't this law, they do all voter I d requirements. They always provide access to help get people a identification card for hurry. Lauren. That's an excellent point that it's been made to seem that if you ask someone for a navy that that somehow racist, But as you pointed out, there's not many things that you conduce in society today. Without an I D. So why would something is important as voting? Where does that come from? Other than just trying to get, as Ethan said, is many people on the tax or on the voting registration is possible. Where does this racist angle come from? Because white Black Asian Martian. You have to have an I D the function in society. Exactly. And we find in polls that over 65% of African Americans support voter I d requirements, So this has nothing to do with race. What Republicans want is we want to make it easier to vote but harder to cheat. And it seems like through this legislation with the Democrats are proposing is Let's make it as easy to vote as possible and it's easy to cheat. It's possible we don't wanna have to have people proved that they are who they say they are on day. I think the only reason for that could be they're hoping to protect their majority by voter fraud, which is just it should be bipartisan. We all in our country should want free and fair elections where we can trust the results. And I don't think that this s one is that with that in mind at all, it's complete opposite. It's a hijack of our republic. Well, I'm just wondering if you have to go to say Sam's Club Costco. You can't get through the door without your cute little idea is that now considered racist and all universities you have your ID e. And you have to show ideas sometimes to get your discounts. If you go to the movie theater, all those things truly racist. Exactly. You have to have an idea to get on a flight. So we're all airlines Racist. It just goes to prove how Hippocratic the Democrat Party has become. I mean, now and ideas, racist. It's just come on like it demeans what real racism is in this country on We have obviously come very far from the 19 sixties to where we are now. On. There are no doubt are some still issues of real racism that exist. But this you just are the calling wolf. It makes it. It's just dressed. Disgusting to me as an American, I you come on. Come on, man. Right As sleepy Joe would say Lauren s so tell us about your group. And what specifically, you all are doing to combat this? Yes. So we are a I've a one c three nonprofit, a nonprofit tax deductible organization called the Public Interest Legal Foundation. So we are working tirelessly to educate the public about what HR one is, but we also what we do is we are. We are a law firm, so we bring up in cases. Come across this country and states about voter integrity issues, and we actually just had like a huge win in North Carolina this week, where we forced the government to agree to disclose documents about foreigners registering and voting and elections..
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"Alfred Banality, MD. Here Euros. Kimberly Bermel Been naughty and co host eats and you Cur and Jeff Flagstaff. Thank you so much for coming into everything that the thing today I am Kimberly Benado alongside my friend Ethan Ugur. Now, while conservatives have been fighting against the radical left for years now, even members of the Democratic Party are turning on them as well. Joining us to discuss is Heshy Tischler Ah Jewish pro Trump, conservative Democrat who's running for New York City Council in a bid to stop the radical left for taking over City Hall. So first thank you for being with us. Thank you Can't believe. Thank you. You've been good afternoon. How are you? What now? Why don't you tell us Because you have to be kind of the rear breed in New York City as that Conservative Democrat. Can you define that position for us? If he is not conservative Democrat, I am a citizen. I'm a neighbor and it's our city. So you want to call me whatever you want? Some of you guys call me politician. I will never be a politician on one of my neighbors and I'm not going into city. One of the big to stop them. I will stop them. I'm going inside City hall because I've been doing it for 35 years. Kimberlee. I've been having a youth in my house. I do. I help people in jails. I go to the hospital every day. This is what I do. I do my own thing, and I do my job. I love my city. So you want to call me conservative on this New Yorker? And these people need me that May I need myself too. I see the pain. The strife. Who taught you to do it Just so there's a lot of me out there just that you guys don't know. So the big shots who have taken over city Hall because we've been quiet, so no, no more was stopping them. And it stops here with me. And I know Kimberly what you're gonna want. You want me to make promises to you know, I'm not your politician is the one promise I'm gonna do the best job? The most honorable job and I've been going in for 35 years and you will not see a change. I don't need to be your governor. I don't need be a president. I mean, City Councilman. It's gonna take Over City Hall. You know how you can't fight City hall. Ego. Come fight me. I'm gonna be my idea. So has she describe what's going on in New York City? Because your campaign promises to stop the radical left. What I mean, what's going on? Who? Who specifically? Are we talking about? What are some of the policies that you're fighting back against? Well, as you know, I don't have to tell you about Mr De Blasio who really truly hurts me. I hate him. I know you're not allowed to hit another fellow person. I really do. I'm sorry. That's one of the few Governor Cuomo. These are the people. You will feel that they're gonna be reelected, which I'm going to stop them. We have a lot of people in City council who have been silent. They let us close our stores, our synagogues, They find my committee. Now let's forget about New York City. My community $51 million. I have a big tuitions to pay, and I would like them and like their money. They're arresting people Domestic. This is America. And maybe we don't understand what America means. We're free coming, scaring kids. So this is your left, and we have people like Tiffany. Come on, Who's going into City Council to allow druggies, child molesters, Murderers, rapists. Out Recently we had a vandalism of 47 gods. One of my friends was a Supreme Court judge said no bail eight crime. May de Blasio, whose radio is because he's not mine anymore. Wait sense into another judge and let him out. Somebody's got to explain this to me. So these are the people I'm fighting When they shut down my community. I cut the box I went around. York City opened up 19 of them. The movement started. My community has not been affected as much as the rest of the city because I chased the police. I work with the police. They helped me out a lot. They're really good people and I will never be found them. They will be refunded. I chased the building department to help department all my stores over all my city guns open. Yes, we take finds all of my parts open out from 4 30 in the morning when I go to the hospitals till 12 and making sure my pops open defending my store's doing my job doing my community. Service. This is not my city. It's our city and the people are standing up. So my community is now feeling less pressure. And I'm gonna keep spreading the word and I'm gonna tell you what is spreading through the city. I've talked to people in other states and other countries to stand up screen back. Don't be scared. Well, how is she? I need to jump in because so many people are leaving New York City in droves. You would think the progressives would realize they're pushing people out? Why can't they see That they say they're the leaders, but I don't know who they're leading when there's a mass exodus, right people are losing me, Kimberly when doing epidemic when you don't let us earn money, and you raise our taxes by 18%. I mean, this is I mean, loan shark numbers. They're leaving. Yes, to being replaced by people of lower income of people were able to come from other countries. I got it and I have no problem. New York City for me is open. I love anybody to come in. My house is open all the time. I'm Kimberly could come and go as you please, just don't even in this yoga. That's $7 each, please. But this you were leaving, and these people don't care that my good friends my people have left in Jersey. Connecticut businesses. L C throughout Amazon, says 25 million is nothing the trickle down effect the tens of billions additional money that we could have gotten. I'm not going to believe. Well, good luck with everything that I have to ask you a quick the Democrats were percentage. Do you think really voted for Trump than 2020? You want me to give you experience the feeling I'm not gonna do that? I love I love Mr Trump. I've seen him before. He's bonded by town. But I tell you now that that's Jewish community 85% of us voted for him. 85% of the Orthodox Jewish community, not because we love him. He did the job, right? He was a good man, an honorable man. So if you I don't need to tell you why, Because that's why we did. My m, a Democrat was born a Democrat and my people are lost. And you know, like Joseph, it was a slave. He became a king, and he led the people to freedom. I'm not King I'm playing Has she can't really just remember that? That's what my wife says He's not more than me, and she's like she has all the money by the way, but my point to you is I'm going to try not to leave. Can believe I don't wanna be. I'm gonna guide I have knowledge. I'm more experienced than all my other candidates. From ordered two budgets to going to jail, scabby week to taking in 21 foster kids don't remember. Don't ever forget that they're my beautiful wife has put up with me, so I know this strife in the punishment than that. The hell they go from side used that word on the streets. You come with me for a day And you see those women shelters have little choice. There. There. So I'm gonna take about. Unfortunately, we're out of time. I really enjoyed this conversation with Kimberly. Tell everybody just with that. I need your money. Help me win. Let me get in. Let me fight. Good luck. Thank you So much. Has she Tischler for being on the program. Good luck in the paint. Thank you. Make sure you stay tuned coming up after the break. A story of recovery. Nuts and bolts belong in the cars. You build, not your back lesser spine. Surgeons want to install worthless hardware that could become tangled in nerves or loosen overtime. 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"Back to the Michael Knowles Show. I am Michael Knowles and I have a shocking Groundbreaking bit of wisdom for you. The left really doesn't like us. Now. This This doesn't seem like a ground breaking insight here, but it's actually something that conservatives Think still haven't made their peace with there are still many conservatives like like, for instance, those loser squishy Republicans who voted to convict at the forest impeachment trial. But many other people who maybe aren't quite as bad as they are. But who believe that, you know the left. They just hate Trump's tweets. If he weren't so mean they'd be they'd like us more if we just Owner rhetoric in a certain way. If we disavow certain Republicans, then we can come together. We'll meet in the middle. There is no them. There is no middle right now. You know, this, I think is why Joe Biden is so confused is Joe Biden was always moderate Democrat. That's how he styled himself because it was for his political interest to style himself a moderate Democrat. That no longer works, so he's embracing the radical left of the Democratic Party. When you've got, say moderate Democrat and Republicans, you can kind of meat in the middle. Why? Well, you're going to disagree on abortion. Right. That's abortions have kind of a binary issue, right either. You think we ought to kill babies in the womb or or not kill babies in the womb, but You know there, There's gonna be some compromise where abortion. Maybe it'll be legal until a certain date or under certain circumstances. I don't want there to be compromised. But at least it is possible to compromise in that regard on immigration. Well, you'll let this many people in. But not this many people in you compromise me like that tax rates. Well, it's not gonna be quite as high as the Democrats wanted. Ubiquitous, Lowest Republicans want We'll meet in the middle somewhere. Foreign trade, right? Whatever you go down on the list. You can do that, with moderate Democrats who agree. At the very least, this is a good country. We support our country. You can't do that with radical Democrats. Who support political violence and embrace it. It's funny that the left accuses Trump of supporting political violence and he doesn't do that ready, explicitly said Be peaceful. Don't be violent, always be peaceful, whereas the left does explicitly endorse political violence as I feel the Trump legal team showed quite well during during their video presentation at the impeachment trial. You can't compromise between one political party, the Republicans who support the country and one political party. It doesn't support the country that calls for half the country to be utterly excised and ostracized. Because what's what is the compromise between have a country don't have a country where you how do you meet in the middle? You have when you have Ah, City state. I don't know. What do you have You meet in the middle. And you have Ah, An NGO. I don't What do you wear? And you can't. You can't compromise between those things. One side is gonna win, either we have a country. With borders and loyalty to our fellow citizens and some shared sense of purpose. We don't wait. Don't have borders. We don't have a common language. We don't have any shared sense of purpose. We hate our history. And if you hate your history, guess what? You're gonna hate your future, too. It's not just about trump the left. Feels this way about all of us check. Ugur was very prominent Left wing commentator. He runs the young Turks. He just showed this today He tweeted out something I thought was incredibly stupid and revealing. True of much of jinx commentary, he said. Quote. There are many things Trump got right about right wing vote. They don't care about policy. They're driven mainly by fear and hatred of others. They're greedy, incredibly selfish and driven mad by envy, And lastly, they prefer violence to democracy. If democracy means equality. My obviously this is not true. The charges were not true Republicans Carol about a lot of policies. We want to make abortion illegal. We wanna have stable families. We want to be able to keep more of our property. We want to close up our borders and I have a functioning nation. We want to keep national sovereignty away from trans national institutions. Were there a lot of things. I mean, we could go down the list. Right? So those are policies on that is just flat out wrong there. What's he says that we're selfish. We're selfish and that we're human. All humans are selfish to a degree, but In fact, conservatives proposal politics ordered toward higher goods. Right, generally speaking. Maybe the libertarians a little bit less so, but the conservatives generally Supported politics ordered toward a higher good a transcendent moral order. That may be limits some of my appetites and desires, but ultimately, it's for a higher good conservatives are not particularly envious, right On the contrary. But it Winston Churchill called Socialism, he said, was the gospel of envy. Conservatives say We ought to be able to keep the things that our arms the left is saying we want. What is yours? Give me what is yours? I deserve that which you already have. Conservatives violent well, they could be violent, I suppose, but much less violent than the left. Compare the three hour Madness of the capital riot compared to the six month long BLM and anti for riots even longer than that. And moreover, on this equality question conservatives embrace a far deeper and more some substantive vision of equality than liberals. The left right now is is created a new cast system whereby people have greater or lesser value based on their race based on their sex based on their sexual desires. Based on various claims of grievance, conservatives don't say that we say no. We have a sort of spiritually equality and a political equality is citizens, And that's that. We obviously you're different. Physically, we look different. Some people taller, shorter, but we do have this kind of Spiritually and political equality. The left basically denies the spiritually quality. Through the various ideologies that they entertain, which are overwhelmingly materialist or or even worse, But more than this tweet being wrong. It's extremely stupid. Just imagine dedicating your career to political commentary and this is the best you can muster. Right wing is bad. Trump got where they're bad. They're evil. They're terrible. I really would hope for better from our left wing commentators. That's why I began the show talking about Jonathan shaped who I don't really like, but occasionally says something that's at least Interesting, at least unexpected. I don't think that the left is uniformly driven by fear and hatred, and they don't care about policy and they're reading and all that. Sure. I mean that that stuff exists. I think that the left is motivated by ideas. I do want to take those ideas. Seriously. The left broadly right now. I think it doesn't want to take any of this seriously. They just want to write off half the country is a great supporter of democracy. I think it's important that we hear from lots of other voices.
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"The FBI and Secret Service have joined the hunt for the suspect in that Florida water hack. Someone hacked into the city's supply, tried to load it with dangerous chemicals. They know the hacker used a remote access software platform that had been dormant for months. And it's now raising alarms about just how vulnerable the nation's water systems maybe two attacks by more sophisticated intruders. The Washington Post has published a piece it says Conservative talk radio is dying ad revenues drying up. It is well known, of course, that Rush Limbaugh is being treated for lung cancer. And the post goes on to say in this article that the future of conservative talk radio is bleak. Is that accurate this morning? We're going to show you both sides of this on one side from the post article. The argument is this talk radio is facing an aging audience. Decline in ad revenue and competition from new mass media forms like podcasts, But this is not a new argument. By the way, take you back way back. May of 2011. This is almost 10 years ago now. Host name sink. Ugur, who was the host for the young Turks and for MSNBC at the time predicted the death of conservative talk radio was right around the corner again. This is from nearly 10 years ago, when he made this statement all this invincible conservative talk radio was a Maraj. Okay. It was just based on lies and terrible way of recording ratings sank. Iger just almost 10 years ago, making that prediction And here's how he justifies that prediction. 10 years ago, Rush Limbaugh is having some trouble with his ratings, for example, as John Avlon points out in the daily Beast. In Charlotte, North Carolina, has dropped from 6 to 12 in Oregon has dropped from fourth to eighth. He's dropped in San Francisco. He's dropping all over the place. In fact, conservative talk is doing so poorly that the first station who carried conservative talk full time K B I in Seattle. Has dropped the format entirely. They've gone back to music former MSNBC host predicting some 10 years ago, Conservative talk was about to die Well. Here are the most recent rating. The new numbers. Rush Limbaugh, 15.5 million listeners. Sean Hannity, 15 million listeners. Dave Ramsey, 14 Million Mark 11 11 Million Glenn Back 10.5 million. Four of the Top five are conservative talk show that probably was driven in large part also by the President Trump's election. Former President Trump in that whole campaign leader. Now on the other side of The Washington Post article is Hugh Hewitt, he says, not only his conservative talk radio still alive and well, he says, its future is very bright. He is with Hillsdale College. They are conservative institution of higher learning. And here's what he said. This was a speech you gave back in 2015 1st. It was Russian talk later that it was The Fox News channel, and then the conservative blogger Sphere came up. 1989. There was the national Review. There was the American Spectator and a few very high and publications that people could enjoy if they have money and leisure, but it was still by mail in the Pony Express. Afterwards, everything began to flood the zone. So we're winning because of that transition, and if we keep turning out Craftsman. Like John and you are turning out here. We're gonna win. Because we have the added benefit to quote Kissinger of it being true. We're on the right side, and that's why we dominate and we won because it was right. That's why we're gonna win the next generation. So when we saw that Washington Post article yesterday caught our eyes. They really is it really dying, and then it just harken back to the line from. I think it was Mark Twain Reports of my demise are greatly exaggerated. I think you know, conservative talk radio isn't dying, but neither is progressive programming. I think we're just becoming more siloed. Well in podcasts are just all the rage right on me. And then you look at the television landscape You've got away in on Newsmax. And now something new called Aisa. Gloria s. Oh, there are a lot of siloed places to get news, which you know, some people say it's not such a great thing. Well, we shouldn't be siloed. We should Be open to all ideas. I guess so. But anyway, the debate is out there and not any one particular political forums going away anytime soon. No, it is 8. 50 is the time. Let's get out and check on the traffic..
"ugur" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Tributes continue to pour in for Hank Aaron, who passed away Friday at the age of 86. It was a friendship that lasted nearly six decades between Aaron and Bob Ugur. The birds play by play announcer telling Wisconsin's afternoon news. Aaron was the type of man who could be loved by all. You had a great friend. I'll tell you that. And if he called you a friend, or you could call him a friend, you hit a jackpot. You can hear you Curs. Full interview at wtmj dot com For Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. He tells TMJ four news. He considered Aaron his hero growing up. Even though I came to recognize what an amazing person he was and how he five for for justice for everyone. We treated everyone with respect there. It says he's talking with other city leaders on how they will honor the late baseball Great. Meanwhile, Aaron broke racial barriers through his career and life and that legacy will live on long after his death. I think of Hank Aaron, I think of two words poised and passion. Hey, Karen had an iconic career with over two decades in the major leagues. He'll be remembered for so much more than baseball 117 the truths Dr Ken Harris on what his legacy will be moving forward that when all things occurred around him when the hate and the vitriol he simply But the step forward Melissa Barkley WTMJ NEWS. The Racine County Sheriff's office says three people were found dead inside a home in Rochester Friday. Very unfortunate, tragic news today. Sheriff Christopher Smelling says a man and woman were found inside the garage dead for a significant time. They also found another man dead in the basement. We believe the person responsible for this senseless tragedy. Is the deceased adult located within the basement with what appears to be again a self inflicted gunshot wound. Shayera Smalling as it began with deputies went to the home on North State Street for a welfare check. Milwaukee police investigating what caused a fatal single vehicle accident on the city's north side Friday morning. It's a place on Capitol Drive near 72nd Street, 51 year old man died after his vehicle crashed into.
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"ugur" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"You know, I think there's this temptation to write a fairy tale about Hank Aaron. You know, to talk about his life in this rosy way. And it does not do justice to the hatred and the vileness that he had a face. It's impossible to explain or summarize the type of horrors that he faced. What I'm saying is his very right to exist. Was challenged at every single turn that he endured it and he kept on is not minimized The awfulness of it. It shows how strong he was it just how special he was. It shows how dignified he Woz. I know some of you when I say what Like, What did he deal with? How bad was it? Looking at sweet right now from Stephen Holder. In the Tweet reads this old quote from Hank Aaron in The New York Times. Obituary just left me speechless. I have not seen this before. This is an excerpt from The New York Times quote. It's a quote Quote as the 20th anniversary of his home run feet approached in the early 19 nineties, he told sports columnist William C. Rhoden of The New York Times. Quote. April 8th 1974 really led up to turning me off on baseball. Quote. It really made me see for the first time a clear picture off what this country is about. My kids had to live like they were in prison because of kidnap threats. Had to live like a pig in a slaughter camp. I had to duck. I had to go out the back door of ballparks. I had to have a police escort with me all the time. Was getting threatening letters every single day all of these things and put a bad taste in my mouth and it won't go away. They carved a piece of my heart away. That's Hank Aaron. And this is what he was dealing with. As he was chasing Babe Ruth. His kids had to live like they were in prison because of kidnap threats. Death threats. Kidnap threats, quote I to live like a pig in a slaughter camp. Had a duck had to go out the back door ballparks. So when you think about Hank again, there's that temptation, right? This fairy tale like he had this fairy tale existence anything but Anything but 1 806 368686 is the number one Dyle. Go to Madison, Wisconsin, Spencer Spencer. Nice to have you on. How are you? The top one today, Romy helpful man. Um, you know, I grew up in the great state of Wisconsin. And when a lot of time County stadium A child of the eighties. So You know you got young Molitor fingers. Stoughton, Ugur. The list goes on and on, but there's always a presence in that park. It was number 44. And number 44. Who Decision to come back to us to finish his career. He didn't have to do that. It shows the loyalty, dignity. Class. The grief that defined what I called until today. The greatest living American. All right now I left. I left Wisconsin. Went to college came back to go to grad school at Madison. But a little coin in my pocket. And you know the first thing that I bought With a detailed Old school powder blue. The room number 44. You know what Roman? There's no name on the back of that jersey. And you know why? Because if you don't freaking know who number 44 is there something wrong with you? All right, so fast forward 15 years. My son and I saw him. I get emotional. My son and I heard the home run Derby. Appear in the twin cities where I live now. We're both rock and powder blue. We see the hammer and his wife, Billy, getting onto an elevator. I got a baseball in my hand. Come up to him. Mr Aaron. Sample B by actually talking to you. Would you please autograph the ball for me? He says no. What had followed my son. I said you won't sign for me. Will you sign for my son? His wife, really elbows him in the ribs and says You signed for that boy. So get down and you know he's not a king. He had a hip replaced. It leans down. Asked my son's name. Finds ball Takes his hand. War hero. War icon. War goat. And war example. What a human being should be. In our country out, Spencer, Thanks So much for sharing that story. This is what I mean. Why say that His very existence was challenged at every single turn. Like on the surface. We're talking about somebody just playing baseball. But because he played it so well. Racist and the venom came flying for him. Death threats living in hiding kidnap threats of his kids. Police escorts One of the greatest ballplayers ever having to exit stadiums through the back door. Living in fear. Did I say death threats? Kidnapping threats. Why Because he was really good at baseball. Because of his race. And he said it was at that point was at that time that I realized. Impart what this country was about, and they carved out a piece of my heart. That's sad. It's really sad and really troubling. The fact that he endured that here's the thing about this too. It's how dignified this man was This how strong this man was the fact that he endured all of that. Had the impact on people that he had Says so much about him. I mean the burden and the weight that he had to carry. Face all of that, and he carried himself the way he did. Says all you need to know about the dignity and the strength and the courage of the man. That said a lot about a lot of us. About the country. To be the best thing ever right. He's got was chasing an icon. This guy was chasing the most hallowed mark in all of sports. It should have been the best thing ever. And in some ways it was one of the worst things ever. All right. We will take a short time out. If you want, respond to it and share your thoughts. Go right ahead. I've got plenty of time between now and the end of the program. I do wanna talk about some other things we have lost to get to today that your top story that's most important thing, of course. When we come back. A little fun with the guy with the gigantic head..
"ugur" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"As promised, we're going to play a voicemail from listener, Jared about recent banning that he faced and it's for the most ridiculous reason ever. Listen to this. Haymarket. Drop. This is Jared. I listen to you every day. Just one of the ones. No, it's it's just social media painting people. Now I actually got fan from the Ugur three d app on the Apple II of Apple app store because I changed my name to a little poop Emoji. And by the flash Harris. So, apparently that was threatening and even though other people on their have F Trump and all these other wonderful user names, I can't have a poop Emoji with five fresh air, that's all I want to think that Yeah, This'd where we are. There's some gaming up out. There you go. Three D That said you can't have a poop emoji that says Biden and Harris on it that is insightful and threatening. And now dude can play you for three d on this app. Sounds like a fun app, though in the world so you can have Ah, poop emoji with F Trump on it. Totally fine. That, But I would ask that guy. What sort of phone does he have? What sort of what? So what is he using? Ended This guy's credit, at least on this. He's willing to walk away from it like he's willing to say over my my poop biting. Here's the verge is willing to walk away from it. It's what as your friend Brandon Straka with the movement he started. What are you willing to walk away from? And what are you willing to sacrifice in the process? Because people were used to easy in this country now, right? We are used to instantaneously instant gratification. Almost everything we do. We can have it instantly. This is going to be long. And it's gonna be hard and you're going to have to give up some conveniences and things you like. If the cause is important enough to you know this guy's credit again. He's doing his part. Okay. See you. I want my poop remote. By Nerys Emoji. If I can't have it or training to be fair, I don't know if he was given a choice. I think that they just said, Oh, you're disparaging the incoming administration by Well, you know what I mean? Whatever. I mean, this is going to be long. It's going to be hard. You're going to have to hit people in the pocketbook, and that means maybe not engaging in or doing some things that you used to do, or you are used to doing and in perspective compared to what our founders gave up. That's just a little fraction of a sacrifice. Um, I want to switch gears and talk about a fun story really fast because it has to do with dogs. You love dogs. I love dogs. And there was an interesting study that was just done by some organization called the Canine Cottages Experiment. They did a study where they had to profile photos of a man and a woman. And with each of those profile photos, they posed that person in the photo with 10 different kinds of breeds of dogs, and then they put those photos on dating APS to see. Like what if the woman was it with these different kinds of dogs, which would garner the most swipe rights or whatever it is that you call it in the dating world. It's in front for dude. It's interesting that they think men would care about what sort of dog a woman has next to her. It's not so much that they care about that. There is a dog, but the kind the breed of the dog actually. Can garner more interest than other Bree because I would be like you're covering the good stuff. Get out of the way. I don't know that the dogs covered anything. They were just in the photo. And so I thought this was so interesting because now they know if you are a woman, and you are looking to get the most swipes from dudes. Now we know the order of which you should the order in which you should choose the dog That's going to be most attractive to men. Okay, okay, and and vice versa so that we could do No way to say this. Is there something weird like that You would need a dog to increase your attractive itty. It's I mean, is attractive. It even a word. I don't I don't know, But this isn't even about the dogs. You needing a dog? It's about if you have a dog. Does it help you or hurt you tow have a different kind of dog. Oh, I see totally about the breeze. I got you okay? So it's the number of times someone gotta swipe, and that's how they ranked these dog breeds. So, for example, if you were a woman and you were posing with a Stratford Shire Bull terrier E had to look it up. Do you know Because you're the doctor's Get up. It kind of looks like a pit bull. But that is what was the most appealing to men. So that is the kind that's the dog that got the most swipes for the woman second, and I'll just read, um, the top 10. So that was the number one This is a woman posing with the dog. I'm imposing with the dog Chill. Wawa was number two, which I am stunned at because I always thought it was kind of a turn off for dudes toe like if a woman has one of those purse dogs, you know what I mean. But apparently they're very attracted to the purse dog and then mixed breed like if it's just a mixed breed is number three caca poo, Jack Russell, German Shepherd Cocker spaniel Lab. French bulldog and should sue those air in order. Okay, so here for you for other dudes, if you pose with a Jack Russell terrier that's going to get you the most swipes from the women. Wow, Right. Don't think this is fastened. Where's English? Bulldog On the list. English There's ah, French Bulldog. Good count. That's not a real bulldog mix. But English bulldog is not on..