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The U.S. reports more than 52,000 new cases as the coronavirus spikes across the country

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

The U.S. reports more than 52,000 new cases as the coronavirus spikes across the country

"4th weekend will test the resolve of Americans as new confirmed virus cases climb across the nation. The country hit another record today, more than 52,000 newly reported cases, according to Johns Hopkins University. Alabama recorded its highest daily count yet New York state had its most in at least three weeks. With confirmed cases up in 40 states. Officials are urging people to celebrate the holiday safely at home or with masks in public. Health experts agree It's a pivotal weekend in determining whether the pandemic gets worse.

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"university alabama" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:50 min | 7 months ago

"university alabama" Discussed on AP News

"The July 4 weekend will test the resolve of Americans as new confirmed virus cases climb across the nation the country hit another record today more than 52000 newly reported cases according to Johns Hopkins University Alabama recorded its highest daily count yet New York state had its most in at least 3 weeks with confirmed cases up in 40 states officials are urging people to celebrate the holidays safely at home or with masks in public health experts agree it's a pivotal weekend in determining whether the pandemic gets worse Sager make ani Washington

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"university alabama" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:50 min | 7 months ago

"university alabama" Discussed on AP News

"The July 4 weekend will test the resolve of Americans as new confirmed virus cases climb across the nation the country hit another record today more than 52000 newly reported cases according to Johns Hopkins University Alabama recorded its highest daily count yet New York state had its most in at least 3 weeks with confirmed cases up in 40 states officials are urging people to celebrate the holidays safely at home or with masks in public health experts agree it's a pivotal weekend in determining whether the pandemic gets worse Sager make ani Washington

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`Huge bummer': July Fourth will test Americans' discipline

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

`Huge bummer': July Fourth will test Americans' discipline

"The July fourth weekend will test the resolve of Americans as new confirmed virus cases climb across the nation the country hit another record today more than fifty two thousand newly reported cases according to Johns Hopkins University Alabama recorded its highest daily count yet New York state had its most in at least three weeks with confirmed cases up in forty states officials are urging people to celebrate the holidays safely at home or with masks in public health experts agree it's a pivotal weekend in determining whether the pandemic gets worse Sager make ani Washington

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`Huge bummer': July Fourth will test Americans' discipline

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

`Huge bummer': July Fourth will test Americans' discipline

"The July fourth weekend will test the resolve of Americans as new confirmed virus cases climb across the nation the country hit another record today more than fifty two thousand newly reported cases according to Johns Hopkins University Alabama recorded its highest daily count yet New York state had its most in at least three weeks with confirmed cases up in forty states officials are urging people to celebrate the holidays safely at home or with masks in public health experts agree it's a pivotal weekend in determining whether the pandemic gets worse Sager make ani Washington

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2020 NFL mock draft: Who will the Dallas Cowboys select?

Blogging the Boys

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

2020 NFL mock draft: Who will the Dallas Cowboys select?

"I want to talk about one particular mock draft. NFL Dot Com did one at the beginning of the week. You know this is now what we're so kind of deep dish in democtrats season that now it's before the first wave of Mark Jazz got my first round. Mock first rounder. First rounds are all done and then it's okay we're GONNA go two rounds deep whoa. NFL DOT COM when trace I three rounds. NFL Dot Com went on their mock draft earlier this week. And everybody I it feels like every major allen has the cowboys taking the same player with the seventeenth overall pick. We talked about this pro. Football focus at the couch trading up to do it to the thirteenth overall pick but NFL DOT COM and their latest mock draft. Had the cowboys taken seventeenth overall from the university. Alabama Safety Exhibitor mckinney and. I'm starting into really fall in love with this idea. And of course that means my heart will be shattered Come April

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'Baby Trump' balloon stabbed and deflated at Alabama protest

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

'Baby Trump' balloon stabbed and deflated at Alabama protest

"Organize a say a man slash the baby trump protests balloon during president trump's trip to Alabama Saturday during the visit to watch university Alabama football game the towering baby trump balloon set up in into why parking Jim German and the organizer with the blue protests he someone charged the blue with a knife and put a eight foot gash in the back the end of a five man was arrested the orange diaper Clive caricature of trump often used as a way to protest the

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"university alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"university alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Mean there's no question <hes> what he was talking about any following it up two years later with a song entitled <unk> Alabama which was the same thing we we we. We got two things here. <hes> George Wallace was the governor of Alabama he stood in front of the Doors University Alabama and <hes> <hes> <hes> and protesting segregation young leader. I dislike about southern man primarily <hes> referring to yeah but your question Sweet Home Alabama right so now let's let's fast forward to nineteen seventy-three where it's gonNA write. This song called Sweet Home Alabama right sweet home. Alabama Obama was the song <hes> sympathizing with George Wallace and his oxygen. Yes there were some very big critical lines in that song. You know I mean the key line was <hes> about Obama basically throw oh George Wallace actions pro- <hes> continuing segregation well no no no listen hold on hold on Alabama a standard. Hey slowdowns that we're not no no no no no no no that was not what the song was about the song online from the song. Go ahead that points to the fact that it was if you rolled out if you scroll down to the Leeann Sweet Home Alabama you'll come across the line that says where the governor is true. What do you think that means call? No true it means that governor is true. Yeah I first of all you don't you're misrepresenting not only the theme but the song the light of the song allowed always enjoyed talking to somebody when they won't allow the other person to speak. Would you listen to me for just a half a second and then you can take the show back over again. The line is in Birmingham. They love the Governor Boo Hoo Hoo they they did first of all do you. Where are you from actually from Florida? Okay what you don't what you don't understand them Birmingham thirty years George Wallace was not popular in Birmingham. He was extremely unpopular. I don't think he ever carried a Jefferson County. Which is one reason why the interstate system there are still a disaster and he was a takeoff on that that he was not popular Boohoo All over this was about someone coming in taking a shot at the south which they continue to do through today was the shot into south warranted or was. It just doesn't matter he does matter. I know it doesn't matter he was and it was another line. The song that now yeah hold on there was another line on that said Damn listen I appreciate. I always enjoyed talking to somebody when they tried to talk over me. We'll finish this conversation sation. After the break you're listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast. Let's consider the secret life of the innermost nesting doll living most of her life in the dark inside the other nesting dolls. He has plenty of time to think if we could sadly she has no brain however when most nesting doll here's the Geiko not only saves people money but also has been providing great service for over seventy five years the thinks it's obvious you should switch because yes switching to gyco.

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"university alabama" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

10:51 min | 1 year ago

"university alabama" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Peachtree street three oh seven. I'm Mark Alewine? News ninety five AM seven fifty WSB. Depend on it. Dana show. I think just in general Republicans understand the terrorists are attacks on American consumers, and we don't want to see them in place term, nor do I believe President Trump. Does he he's using as leverage and trading Goshi Asians at the use them as leverage in this situation? Brilliantly, quite honestly, I know for my part after those news reports were published last week I called Mexican embassador and said, regardless of what you read in the press understand if the president, imposes terrace and he's dead serious about this. They're not votes. Override it so take that threat. Very seriously. You know you have to do more. This is an uncontrolled situation the border. Well nets Ron Johnson from Wisconsin. And he's correct on that. If so, that was, I guess that was the. It was Friday. I guess it came out Friday after we finished everything I was trying to remember the timing of when that news came out, and I was really fascinated by some of the media reactions for it as well which we're going to get into welcome to the show. I'm Dana lash at D lash on Twitter, official data lash on Facebook, also. And you can find me on Instagram and Snapchat, and all that jazz. So the situation with regards to the trade, d- agreement, he's decided to revoke because the terrorists were going to raise incrementally. I think like what five percentage points every certain period? So it, it actually worked out, everyone said that it wasn't going to work out, but it kinda worked out, right? I, I mean, I don't like tariffs as much as the next person and I get really, you know, I get a little bit iffy. About it when the discussion comes up, but everything that I heard going into this was that it was going to fail spectacularly, and it was just going to cost American taxpayers so much money, which suddenly they were concerned about American taxpayers. That's okay. They can suddenly concerned about American taxpayers, but it ended up actually working out quite well. Although if you hear people like Chuck Schumer, and everyone else, they kept saying what, by the way, what fascinated me about this after the president announced it and said that they came to a deal and everything that he was discussing originally with the implementation of the tariffs was that was now off the table, because Mexico and there and he said that they were going to be more struck were concerned, not just their border there with the United States, but also other countries with Guatemala believe, and as he said, this abundance of an. Looking at just random tweets of it because I saved a bunch of them. A bunch of lawmakers were saying, yeah, we don't we don't even have any confirmation. This is probably a lie just like random, some of them were not big named Democrats. That's probably ally. Sure thing, Trump, wink, wink, and then a bunch of verify journalists were doing the same thing. And then, what was it like thirty minutes later Mexico released a statement, basically confirming everything that he had said and nobody walked. Nobody said nobody walked any of that back. I thought that was just really fascinating nigga that. So with regards to this. He he's also using this with China to the president wants to use the same strategy. Well, maybe it'll maybe it'll work. Maybe it won't China's a little bit of a different horse. But we will see however this is. I mean it's good we and I'm, I'm pleased to see Mexico do at least something with regards to the border, because previously, I mean, so I think what was that they said that they were going to, and we're going to talk more about this later. They were going to also send out their own national guard to help police, the border, it's not entirely formed yet, but they're trying. So that's something, and they're also going to make it to where individuals that are crossing over and trying to claim amnesty, in the United States, you're going to have to do, so I originally in Mexico, which was literally something I asked Friday McGuire. They not why is that not the thing if you're, if you're trying to claim amnesty, then wouldn't you wouldn't you just stop in and you just stop in Mexico and just do that. I just seems. To be the most obvious thing we're going to get into that a little bit more in depth. But there are a couple of other things that I wanna point out to before we get swinging into everything. I was really, really pleased university Alabama. I was so pleased to see them do this. So the university Alabama, they don't play, by the way, and what ended up happening is that in this again. Everything happens like Friday. Right. The moment we go off air. Everything happens at Friday. What happened is that the university of Alabama, they got a big was it the twenty seven twenty six million dollar donation from this guy named Hugh, Culverhouse, June? And he sent he had this donation to the school of law, and they renamed it, the Hugh Culverhouse junior school of law at the university of Alabama. But then after Alabama passed that heartbeat Bill. He went off and was telling people to boycott the state, and he was telling people to boycott even the university of Alabama. He he was urging students, this is in a have this, this is from the Montgomery advertiser. He had already given a twenty one million to the university after his pledge last September the rest of us still to come, but he actually put out a statement where he was urging people to boycott the school because of the state's abortion law so university of Alabama didn't take too kindly to that. So they returned his whole damn donation. And they chipped his name off the building. They literally chipped his name off the building. They stay took video of a to its savagery of which there is no comparison, they Bama, went out, they sent to dudes, and they chipped, the men's name off the side of the building with I don't even know what those tools are called the cheaper tool things, chisel, stink, you, it's Monday. Don't judge? Kane. Kane comes in clutch. We're glad you're back. So he I mean, they didn't even mess around the moment. He I mean they're like, not done. And so, then he got really indignant about it this, Mr. Culverhouse, which sounds like a good name because you're immediately thinking, hamburgers, but no, no. This is not the good one. So he got really mad. And he said, oh, it's, it's such a shame that they don't like free speech and all of this jazz, and, oh, it's so bad. I mean I simply disagreed with the abortion on liquid Banda does so again, bama's not playing. They released all of his emails, and then look what? Oh, he. And then it showed that he was trying to boss them around us to how to spend his money. This had nothing to do with the abortion thing. Apparently they were getting tired of this, this Bossie moneybags for quite some time. And this is just the straw that broke the camel's back. He was like, I guess, I get to control everything about you, because I'm donating money and bama's like, nah, you can give us your money. We'll put your name on the building, but by that's about it. You don't get to tell us what to do. You're not the boss of us is. I'm just boiling this down. And so after he was I mean, who does that, by the way, you're, you're a big donor, too? And he lives in Florida. He doesn't he doesn't live in Alabama anymore, but he's like, but I was born and raised there. Yeah. But you left and said he was trying to use that card in play to that. And then he was trying to say it was because the universities backwards and they completely they got mad at him over the abortion thing. He was telling people to boycott the school that, that is what did it? And then before then they have all of these emails, and it showed that there, it's all. Over the internet now where he was trying to tell the board of trustees how to run the entire school, and it was to the point where it was becoming a distraction to their primary mission of educating people. And so they said that was pretty much it I had, if I have a feeling that without this law, this was going to happen anyway. But the fact that he was trying to be the sympathetic figure and lie and act as though. Oh, well, it's because these people are these people are bigots. They couldn't stand difference of opinion. Actually, it seems like it was you do. That's what it seems like. So I want to dive into that a little bit more because that was so delicious that it's one of my favorite videos ever. It is. It is one of those satisfying, things like office space when they took the printer out to the cornfield or the field or whatever. And they beat it with bats. It was similar to that. I mean you could it was just it was like it was like office space, but university style, and they had these two dudes and Bama shirts and they went up there and just chip chip chip roll tide and they just took that man's name right off that building. That was amazing. So we got to come back to that. I gotta do it better Justice than just this few minutes. Oh, and then and then did you guys see this story about this little bakery? Gibson's bakery. Probably didn't you probably weren't following it. Were you were you following this little, we talked about it once in a headline and that was pretty much about that's pretty much as far as we went with it? Because it was still an ongoing thing. So this bakery, got itself in trouble, because overland accused it of racism, because it prosecuted three students for shoplifting. This is back in, like two thousand seventeen they three students shoplifted from this bakery. They were caught and the bakery decided to pursue it. But hey, social Justice warriors says it's not a crime, depending on your ethnicity. And so they accused the bakery of racism, and apparently they had an agreement where they do business, the overland wet, the students accused it, and then apparently the university got on track with it. The they, they, they did it. So then the bakery decided to file suit in which they accused the vice president of Oberlin college of libel and slander, they alleged that the administrators supported students in an unfounded campaign to paint the establishments owners as racist, the so and it went against the dean of students, and all of that the students held us big protests in front of their their bakery. And, and one of the students by the way was white, but it's still racism, apparently because if it's against a progressive, it's the same thing. And one of the Alan Gibson, who is the, the little guy that owns it..

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"university alabama" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"university alabama" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"I'm going to go with Bree. You know, what like breathe, isn't okay. To pick the same. Is it? Okay to overlap. Whoa. Oh crap. Alah because I wanted to pick ASI to she was starved for me. Oh, well, okay. Well, I pick furry then the Lauren Bush now look alike. You know, what she is beautiful? We got we got to give them. Both Lauren Embree are very very very beautiful people. So I get why a little bit about breezy here. Breeze. A model from south southern California breed is much more than just a pretty face though. She played soccer for eight years enjoys hiking and camping and loves to hit the snowboard slopes for biggest dating fear. You ask. Farting too loudly. Not just farting. But farting too loudly. Don't worry breeds really less about the the the sound and way more about the smell. I don't know. I might disagree. Okay. With my second pick. All these women are really beautiful. I think I'm gonna go with Hannah g darn it. Then that was why that was. I'm sorry. Yeah. She's she's really pretty she's a content creator. Okay. Birmingham. Alabama the one that's in it for the wrong is the wrong is of reasons based on the bios. Contin career to come on. Okay. So this week southern bell definitely isn't camera shy. She's both the photographer and model for her burgeoning social media business apart from planning the photo shoots for her next post Hannah enjoys being foodie Inc. Lamping hopefully Colton likes. What you're putting down getting up? Can we talk here? Please. I need to read this, quote, which makes me, very weary. She posted an Instagram caption in August about her journey into modeling influencing. She says I don't consider myself to be a so called model. I consider myself to be Hannah who happens to have a creative aspect of social media in modeling in general. That's a direct quote. I like my next. I like my pick. You know, the world of influencing is it one that is going to last forever. I'm I don't know if I've ever heard a more direct bio from from the bachelor franchise on us, one more honest. All right. I think Hannah be is going to be around for a while. So I'm going to say Hannity, but I also think the hand of be might be the villain. I have a little insight the the pageant girls that is Kaelin. She is the current reigning two thousand eighteen miss North Carolina enhanced CB, the reigning miss Alabama two thousand eighteen. They get into it. I'm not sure whether they're okay, they're either going to be really good friends because they've been around the pageant circuit together, or they're not going to be really good friends, and they're going to have like a rivalry out for each other. But Harrison said the other day there's something between the two of them. It'll be storyline. I also very confused. So I'm thinking like in this perhaps rivalry this is me juicing making things up on my head. I feel like Hannah be would be the villain because Kaelin seemed sweet. But I guess there's nothing that says a Hannah bees and sweet yet, but she has more villainous look better on a bad way. Like a sexy way. Yeah. Let's read. So she said she's far miss Alabama two dozen eighteen born and raised in Tuscaloosa, Alabama Hannah was bred to be proud member of the Alabama crimson tide following in her parents footsteps, by the way, just a side note. There's nobody that loves their team more than Alabama. She recently graduated. From the university Alabama with a degree in communications. She currently works as an interior designer and never misses an Alabama football game. See I told you they loved their football so much bow in her spare time this year. She won the title of miss Alabama USA two thousand eighteen roll tide Hannah Annabi Ashley's final choice as I finally choice. I totally making things up. Here you guys I did not read any spoilers. I'm just making assumptions, and I'm saying them out loud. I'm also trying to come up with content to make this interesting. When really we have no idea what role anyone's gonna play. I do am very interested in the fact that they have to pageant girls here from miss USA because you wanna hear very well. It's embarrassing. But you want to hear story then. Yeah. Okay. Well of stores, so the August before I was casted officially on the bachelor. I guess it was like oh who weeks before officially cash on the bachelor..

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"university alabama" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"university alabama" Discussed on WWL

"Today Romans twelve eleven twelve do not be slothful in seal. Fervent in spirit serve the Lord. Rejoice in hope be patient in tribulation be constant in prayer. In reward Beecher said the difference between perseverance and obstinacy is that one comes from a strong will. And the other comes from a strong won't. That'll do I like that. I never heard that one before Dalton is with us in Colorado Springs. Hey Dalton how are you? Hey, how are you better than I deserve? How can I help? So someplace it'd be on show, by the way, I am twenty two years old. And I just graduated from the university Alabama in may, congratulations. Thank you. I appreciate it. What's your degree in? Colorado. Rations management. Good. So I'm an army right now. And I will be paying off my debt here come January fifteenth. Yup. So that'll be almost so it'd be debt free, ding, ding. Yeah. So my question is after that the next step would be built by -mergency fine around six Alvin. So after that, I was looking at a mutual five I'm looking at your total money makeover right now. And I wanted to know like with the four different types of mutual funds. You suggest you say you invest twenty five percent in each. Yes. You're right. Roth IRA how does that come into play? After you invest in those four other mutual funds statue. A Roth IRA is not an investment, a 4._0._1._K is investment. It's how the investment inside of it is treated. So here's the thing. You can buy those for mutual funds just out in the open market, and they're going to be as they make money. They're gonna be taxed. Okay. Okay. Or you can buy those for mutual funds and wrap a code around them to keep them warm from taxes and the name of the Cote is Roth IRA. See the coat is not actually investment. It's just keeping the the investment warm. It's just a blanket over the top of it to keep it from being taxed, and so the same mutual funds outside of a Roth. Of course, they're going to be taxed all the gains are going to be taxed either as a capital gain or ordinary income. If you take those mutual funds and put them inside of a Roth IRA you have zero tax on the growth, if you put them in a Roth 4._0._1._K the same thing. It's the same mutual funds. It's just where they're sitting in how the government's going to attack them in terms of treating them for taxation. Okay. Yeah. She got baby steps. Baby. Step four should be Roth IRA unless at work. You have a match and you're in the military. You don't have. I do. It's five percent. Okay. Tortilla TSP's matching five. This new program within the last couple of years. Okay. Cool. We'll take the five percent match on the TSP. And there is there is a Roth TSP, right? So take the five percent match on the Roth TSP and put eighty percent in the c- plan. Ten percent in the ass and ten percent in the eye. Got it. And then and then above you're above. You're five percent. That's going into the TSP where you get your match. Then go to a personal Roth and pick you out for mutual funds in those four categories with a Smartvestor pro. And they'll help you.

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"university alabama" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"university alabama" Discussed on First Things First

"That was his first game, right? Whereabouts outside for sixty four yards. Like we know they have the playmakers to do it. I would like to see a little more creativity from their offense coordinator, Mike Shula, and the he comes over from Carolina. Dave Gettleman had him in Carolina. He and Pat Shurmur have to hive mind this thing to figure out why is it that a team, even with a bat, offense of line a team with the weapons that we have and quarterback even limited ally manning. That isn't a terrible quarterback. Why is it that it is a a fight for us to break twenty points. I think before you could figure out what your identity is, you have to know what you're good at. What is this giants team? Good, at least at least ride that lane until they get all the pieces back in play. Well, you thought it was their wide receivers. He was taught with OB j. sterling Shepard Ingram. They'd like these guys Barkley. You have to include him like they're going to be able to throw the ball and this new NFL short accurate passing attack. That's the way they would build detecting. Barkley was not a dominant between the tackles runner. He was not a volume ball carrier at Penn State. So that part I didn't rely on. I knew the Nate solar a hill acquired in free agency. I knew that that was going to limit. I didn't. I don't think he's a great football player. I think he's a good football player in free agency that warranted a great salary. I think the expectations that go with the salary, they don't match. Up. So for me, I, I was not as enthusiastic about that when you move flowers from left, tackle to right, tackle at some point, you just have to man. I made a mistake and they made a mistake injury in them. So now they even put him on the bench. So what does that do to your locker room? You've got a first round, pick all this draft capital. You've put in all this time. You've put into them and you still can't be a powerful offense of line. So when you're not powerful in the New York football giants on offense of line, you don't have a dominant defense that even creates turnovers, like how you going to have an identity. All right. So they're wide receivers and they're playmaking that should be their identity, but they're struggling from, meanwhile, you gotta Panthers team that this might bite them at the end of the year. But right now feels great because they had that week four by, so they're going to be as fresh as you can be at this point. And this is I understand what you're saying. You never know when a seven game winning streaks common? Well, I'd be shocked if it starts now and your next, your. At Carolina, then Philly for Thursday night. Then Atlanta, you're already one in three. You're playing Carolina in Philly. I believe are two of the even Phillies only two, two of the best teams in the NFC and Atlanta as potent of an offense as we have in the league like this is it's a you needed to start first quarter the season in better shape when these three games to start the second quarter of your CD. And this is not the first time that Mike Shula has been criticized for lack of creativity. Man, there's a reason why the university Alabama called Miami Dolphins, get Nick saving. It was because Mike Shula was the coach, and they wanted creativity, not only offensive -ly but defensively Carolina Panthers. Have you talked about Cam Newton? Man? Was he supported? I mean, they came up with some creative ways to run the football, but far as passing the game. NFL teams were not going to Carolina. You don't man, those steal secrets. No, those guys are doing some great low concepts, no..

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"university alabama" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"university alabama" Discussed on KNSS

"In dreamland. But I don't know what the other players for that. It's not a play you moron. I'm sure this guy's lived a very morally straight life doesn't sound like it. Like, so many of the others in the media. So many other the hosts never happened to Milk Marque Halpern. Anyway. Whereas Matt Lauer, Charlie rose. Too many the name actually. So this guy ninety douche is really another reprobate tacking all white, man. You know? White men men the only group of people in this country who can be talked about this way. And often by white men. So now you're supposed to be ashamed. If you're a white man, and I guess your children should be ashamed too. And your grandchildren should be ashamed to you. See how far the civil rights movement has come. You. See how far the leftists come the left. The Democrats have always use race, whether it's slavery and segregation now whether it's old white men. They are a truly dishonorable and unconscionable lot. And yet we actually have so-called news organizations. They give voice to this. Donnie, douche wouldn't be a guest. If we had a serious news media in this country, Jake tapper the golden age of journalism. We don't need a free press for morons like this. They're morons like this in every country, particularly totalitarian countries. If Donny douche wasn't on MSNBC, probably be on a street corner and Iran cook. Screaming out at the top of his lungs. Maybe he's into the movie deliverance to maybe he likes the rape scene like the vice president of the United States. You never know. We will United States Senator from Rhode Island, so former prosecutor. He's a trust fund baby. Let's us. Why speaks like Porky the pig in this Baffi duck. Right to you yesterday. The piece by a professor maybe it was the day before from the university Alabama school of law. Who was trying to tell the left. The Democrats media had to impeach Cavanaugh. Should he be confirmed?.

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"university alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"university alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Listening to the paul finebaum show podcast everyone in the neighborhood knew about bobby bobby the basketball boy they called him wanted to go pro some day so he was always out in the clive way shooting hoops but one day his mom came out and told them hey your wife wants you to take out the trash his mom was visiting and bobby was a grown man he had kind of missed his window plus no one had ever seen him actually make a basket but on the other hand bobby had heard how diko could save money on car insurance so he switched and saved so it was all good welcome back glad you are with us get some more phone calls in here at eight five five two four two seven two eight five baba's in tennessee bob thanks for the call good afternoon doing very well thank you here you get a lot of people from alabama call in his always a lot of talk about bear brand but i know a story about their brand new story that probably most people don't know in fact lease most people have don't know in nineteen sixty four played baseball lsu and we had a road trip to university alabama and when we checked in the hotel the state police showed up and took my roommate pitcher into custody and it took him to branch office at at the stadium alabama where ban brand informed him that they were holding him because he was stealing football quip from the university of alabama of course three minutes later everybody started laughing in the story is that my roommate was real bright guy and he was being tapped for membership in the national honest ociety for tentative.

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"university alabama" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"university alabama" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Time with us on this tuesday january nine gordon deal jennifer kushinka some of our top stories and headlines north korea will send a delegation to the olympics in south korea next month the us is ending temporary protection from some salvo for some salvadoran immigrants trump tells farmers in tennessee that he wants a better nafta white house meeting today to discuss the dreamers program campus police will be on hand what a course called white racism begins today at florida gulf coast university alabama wins the college football title game and the city for its snowed for sixty six straight hours that story in about twenty minutes there are a lot of candidates forty elected office who'd like the chance to ride a potential democratic wave into congress later this year that can be a good thing and a bad thing josh kraushaar at national journal says some party strategists are worry that some not ready for prime time candidates could emerge in some mustwin congressional races josh set the scene could be cleared good kabamda have rookie curtly environment look so encouraging for democrat kagera they have a clutter up candidate they have goeghan or come right through the worked other than candidates running and you'll many many of the rate through they have good candidates aren't against each other to too many kooky reiter interpreted candidate the or that want want to become a congress member so what what rate by law looked at in particular is in california so the.

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"university alabama" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"university alabama" Discussed on KTRH

"Us on this tuesday january nine gordon deal jennifer kushinka some of our top stories and headlines north korea will send a delegation to the olympics in south korea next month the us is ending temporary protection from some salvo foursome salvadoran immigrants trump tells farmers and tennessee that he wants a better nafta white house meeting today to discuss the dreamers program campus police will be on hand when a course called white racism begins today at florida gulf coast university alabama wins the college football title game and a city for its note for sixty six straight hours that story in about twenty minutes there are a lot of candidates forty elected office who'd like the chance to ride a potential democratic wave into congress later this year that can be a good thing and a bad thing josh kraushaar at national journal says some party strategists are worry that some not ready for prime time candidates could emerge in some mustwin congressional races josh set the scene go to be clear with the good cobb on behalf book currently environment look so encouraging her democrat and kagera they have a proper up candidate they have goten come right through the worked other candidates running and you'll many many of the rapier they have good candidates against each other to do any kooky rape and tiffany candidate though that water water become a congress member so what rape i looked at a particular in california side the secret.

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"university alabama" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"university alabama" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"On this tuesday january nine gordon deal jennifer kushinka some of our top stories and headlines north korea will send a delegation to the olympics in south korea next month the us is ending temporary protection from some salvo four some salvadoran immigrants trump tells farmers in tennessee that he wants a better nafta white house meeting today to discuss the dreamers program campus police will be on hand what a course called white racism begins today at florida gulf coast university alabama winds the college football title game and the city for its note for sixty six straight hours that story in about twenty minutes there are a lot of candidates for elected office who'd like the chance to ride a potential democratic wave into congress later this year that can be a good thing and a bad thing josh kraushaar at national journal says some party strategists are worry that some not ready for prime time candidates could emerge in some mustwin congressional races josh set the scene so to be clear with the good kabamda have booked a currently environment looks so encouraging her democrat in congress they have a popular up candidate we have goten or who come rape liberte devon ganad it's running m many many of the right through they have good candidates running against each other to too many kooky rate there tiffany candidate the or that want to become a congress member so what what rape looked at in particular is in california inside the feet of of.

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"university alabama" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"university alabama" Discussed on KTRH

"That the kind of scientists were talking about there are many scientists many who have contrary of used to this but how many of them were invited to participate in the production of this report i can give you several them right now dr noor cherie top astrophysicists associate professor at hebrew university says it's not man who effects the climate it's the sun the sun or doug leigh hughes renown geologist same thing and he says to the extent the climate has changed this was his example he says let us picture of football stadium with about ten thousand people in the stands carbon dioxide represents four people at a ten thousand it's the smallest volume of any atmospheric gas smallest smallest there are many experts many experts who reject this notion the national center for public policy research two thousand eight doctor arthur robinson of the argun institute of science and medicine announce more than thirty one thousand scientists signed a petition rejecting the theory of human caused global warming do they ever talk about that no that's less than ten years ago phil chapman geophysicist astronautical engineer the first australian to become a nasa astronaut an expert in this field he said all four agencies that track the earth's temperature the hadley climate research unit in britain the nasa goddard institute for space studies in new york the christi group at the university alabama and remote sensing systems sinking california report that the earth cold by about point seven celsius in two thousand seven this is the fastest temperature change in the instrumental record but says back where we were in 1930 but the enviro statists don't care so the put together bigger bigger thicker thicker reports that's what they'll do dr john brig now retired professor of industrial instrumentation at the university of southampton in britain he composed a list of alarmist claims a news reports that manmade global warming causes or as caused is he go to page one forty one it should we won forty one forty one one 42 143 in liberty and tyranny you're going to see it i've won one one show and i'm not gonna i'm not going to punish you today i read them all what global warming quote unquote manmade global warming is doing to the earth but i give an example these are reports increase had acne agricultural land increase afghan poppies destroyed africa devastated african aid threatened africaine.

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"university alabama" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"university alabama" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A doctor arthur robinson of the oregon institute of science and medicine announce more than thirty one thousand scientists signed a petition rejecting the theory of human caused global warming do they ever talk about that no that's less than ten years ago phil chapman geophysicist astronautical engineer the first australian to become a nasa astronaut an expert in this field he said all four agencies they're track theorist temperature at the hadley climate research unit in britain the nasa goddard institute for space studies in new york the christi group at the university alabama and remotesensing system sinking california report that the earth cooled by about point seven celsius in two thousand seven this is the fastest temperature change in the instrumental record puts us back where we were in 1930 but the enviro statists don't care so the put together bigger bigger thicker thicker reports that's what they'll do dr john brig now retired professor of industrial instrumentation at the university southampton in britain he composed a list of alarmist claims a news reports that may make global warming causes or as caused that he go to page one forty one it should we won forty one forty one one 42 143 in liberty and tyranny you're gonna see it i one one show and i'm not gonna i'm not going to punish you today i read them all what global warming quote unquote manmade global warming is doing to the earth but i give an example these are reports increase in acne agricultural land increase afghan poppies destroying africa devastated african aid threatened africaine.

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"university alabama" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"university alabama" Discussed on KKAT

"The national center for public policy research two a doctor arthur robinson of the argun institute of science and medicine announce more than thirty one thousand scientists signed a petition rejecting the theory of human caused global warming two they ever talk about that no that's less than ten years ago phil chapman geophysicist astronautical engineer the first australian to become a nasa astronaut an expert in this field he said all four agencies that track the earth's temperature the hadley climate research unit in britain the nasa goddard institute for space studies in new york the christi group at the university alabama and remotesensing system sank in california report that the earth cold by about point seven celsius in two thousand seven this is the fastest temperature change in the instrumental record puts us back where we were in 1930 but the enviro statists don't care so they'll put together bigger bigger thicker thicker reports that's what though do dr john brig now retired professor of industrial instrumentation at the university of southampton in britain he composed a list of alarmist claims and news reports that manmade global warming causes or as caused that he go to page one forty one it should we won forty one forty one one fortytwo to 143 in liberty and tyranny you're going to see it i at one one show and i'm not gonna i'm not going to punish you today i read them all what global warming quote unquote manmade global warming is doing to the earth that i give an example these are reports increase in acne agricultural land increase afghan poppies destroyed africa devastated african aid threatened africaine conflict aggressive.

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"university alabama" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"university alabama" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"At the kind of scientists were talking about there are many scientists many who have contrary views to this but how many of them were invited to participate in the production of this report i can give you several them right now dr noor sharif top astrophysicists associate professor at hebrew university says it's not a man who effects the climate it's the sun the saga or doug leigh hughes renown geologist same thing and he says to the extent the climate has changed this was his example he says let us picture of football stadium with about ten thousand people in the stands carbon dioxide represents four people at a ten thousand the smallest volume of any atmospheric gas smallest smallest there are many experts many experts who reject this notion the national center for public policy research two thousand eight doctor arthur robinson of the argun institute of science and medicine announce more than thirty one thousand scientists signed a petition rejecting the theory of human caused global warming do they ever talk about that no that's less than ten years ago phil chapman geophysicist astronautical engineer the first australian to become a nasa astronaut an expert in this field he said all four agencies that track the temperature the hadley climate research unit in britain the nasa goddard institute for space studies in new york the christi group at the university alabama and remotesensing system sinking california report that the earth cooled by about point seven celsius in two thousand seven this is the fastest temperature change in the instrumental record puts us back when we were in 1930 but the enviros statists don't care so they'll put together bigger bigger thicker thicker reports that's what they'll do dr john brig now retired professor of industrial instrumentation at the university southampton in britain he composed a list of alarmist claims and news reports that may make global warming causes or as caused is he go to page one forty one it should we won forty one forty one one fortytwo 143 in liberty and tyranny you're going to see it i won one one show and i'm not gonna i'm not going to punish you today i read them all what global warming quote unquote manmade global warming is doing to the earth.

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"university alabama" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"university alabama" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"I'm in birmingham i'm in huntsville or as we say down their hands full i'm in montgomery i'm an mobile and i am saying i'm at tesco lusa university alabama go tied by the way and i am saying these ads run by the socalled senate leadership funds our mitch mcconnell's ads against mo brooks and they are flat out lies he opposes brooks because he's a conservative unapologetic to very decent guy by the way and yet he tries to paint him as a leftist this is this is this is what they teach them in washington dc to deceive the people you wonder what say look i voted for this guy mcconnell he told me he was gonna he's gotta pull out obamacare by branch and wrote why are these guys do what i tell them to go i watched the ad they told me this they come because they lie they lie so i've invited mo brooks to come on this program in the next few minutes most of america will remember mo brooks just from a few weeks ago he was one of the republican congressmen on that baseball film in alexandria virginia where they were practicing for their game well that bernie sanders supporter shot that place remember that that's old knows now we got to focus on donald trump junior and then meeting that occurred in the information that was never provided and the intention of collusion treason abstraction criminality he's gonna have jail time don't you know that's right forget about the baseball game forget about bernie sanders says supporter forget about that bernie in his lovely wife for under criminal investigation none of that mattered by the way the tvs on and of course it's muted because the democrat leadership comes to the microphone and i don't want to throw up on my sneakers in standing right next to schumer chucky schmucky shimer is bob menendez the man's under indictment now you know damn well if there was a republican who have been indicted in the us senate there will be calls for his resignation what they're mr producer hello yeah and yet we hear more about donald trump jr in a stop admitting that we hear about bob menendez those facing multiple indictment taps standing there next their schumer because menendezes in the leadership well what do you expect from a party that supported take kennedy i'll.

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