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Black Friday bargain hunters following coronavirus protocol in Houston

Phil Valentine

00:18 sec | 4 d ago

Black Friday bargain hunters following coronavirus protocol in Houston

"Shoppers in Southeast Texas breathing heavy rain today and even tornado threats moving east this weekend. They had a Houston mall. Pandora store manager Adriana where everyone has to wear masks to come in on we do keep our keep everyone spread out on the sales floor is well A

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Philadelphia - Judge Won't "Disenfranchise Voters"

Natural Healthcare

00:31 sec | Last week

Philadelphia - Judge Won't "Disenfranchise Voters"

"Dismissed by a federal judge. In a stinging opinion, the judge blasted the president's legal team for filing a lawsuit that lacked a compelling legal argument or factual proof. The judge said he would not disenfranchise almost seven million voters as the Trump camp. Pain had sought when seeking with the judge called such a startling outcome, he said You'd expect the campaign to have come formidably armed, but he said that did not happen. The decision terminates the president's last big effort to delay certification of the Pennsylvania vote, which is scheduled for Monday. Erin, Qatar SKI ABC NEWS NEW

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Trump sues to stop count in Pennsylvania and declares victory in the state

Phil Valentine

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump sues to stop count in Pennsylvania and declares victory in the state

"Prematurely declare victory in Pennsylvania and at the same time says it's pursuing lawsuits over what it claims is a lack of meaningful access to watch the count. Take place. The president's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, we were supposed to be allowed by law. To observe. The counting of the ballots. There's been no indication that Biden campaign staffer getting any different access than Trump Campaign staff. Giuliani nevertheless claim there is fraud with mail in ballots, though there's been no evidence of that, nor with the counting process. Marker Malard. ABC

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Weekly jobless claims drop to nearly their lowest level since the pandemic started in March

Phil Valentine

01:08 min | Last month

Weekly jobless claims drop to nearly their lowest level since the pandemic started in March

"Have numbers coming in ladies and gentlemen, jobless claims dropped to their lowest level since the pandemic begin. So here we go right here before the election getting great economic numbers. Labor Department reporting today, the number of weekly US jobless claims dropped last week. The 787,000 the lowest weekly number. Since the start of the pandemic in mid March. Weekly number was also 10 1 skewed me 100,000 less than economists expected. The figure is also less than last week's downwardly revised number of 842,000. In addition, Continuing unemployment also declined last week, dropping by more than one million to a total of 8.37 million. The declines air in part the result of out of work Americans moving from regular unemployment benefits. To the pandemic Emergency Unemployment compensation program program Paul for his workers an additional 13 weeks of compensation following the exhaustion of their initial 26 weeks of regular Unemployment. So Mohr good news out there as far as those numbers of concern the Senate

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Joe Biden says he hopes first family recovers soon

Phil Valentine

00:16 sec | 2 months ago

Joe Biden says he hopes first family recovers soon

"Decided to pull all negative ads until further notice. Joe Biden, saying today hope that all those who are fighting this virus, including the first family And so many Americans today recover and recover soon. The White House says there

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Titans, Vikings Shut Down Facilities After Multiple Members Of Titans Organization Test Positive For COVID-19

Phil Valentine

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Titans, Vikings Shut Down Facilities After Multiple Members Of Titans Organization Test Positive For COVID-19

"We now know who the three titans players who have tested positive for covert 19 are defensive lineman Daquan Jones, long snapper Bo Brinkley and tight end Tommy Hudson. Who is on the practice squad. Now they're not among the more familiar names on the tie in Titan's roster, but two of three play critical roles on Game Day. Five staff members have also tested positive, so the organization has decided to close facilities until at least Saturday. The team they played on Sunday. The Minnesota Vikings have also closed their facilities, ESPN NFL analyst Jeff Saturday. They're going to find a way. I mean, whoever they have to suit up bringing up practice squad. I mean, they kind of manipulated their rosters and their availability for rosters pretty well where they're bringing that Khun bring guys in. I would find it hard to believe that these teams don't

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Ex-Pence adviser says Trump bungled virus; she's for Biden

Phil Valentine

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Ex-Pence adviser says Trump bungled virus; she's for Biden

"A campaign rally tonight. Before he left, he talked to reporters about comments from a former top aide to vice president Pence Olivia Troy, who served as Pence's homeland security advisor, says the president didn't take over 19 seriously. I don't know her. She works for the vice president. He was on the task force is some kind of a lower level person. I have no idea what she is Joy who appears in an ad with the Republicans, who plan to vote for Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, taking part this hour in the

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Attorney found dead after rape conviction

Phil Valentine

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Attorney found dead after rape conviction

"The Murfreesboro attorney, placed on the most wanted list for rape charges last week is dead after TV I says he shot himself when police found him in Mobile, Alabama TB. I says Wayland failed to appear in court last week. His rape charges involved his teenage baby sitter and clients, charges and Irving Whelan's clients stem from an investigation by the T B I that started in February. 2019. Eventually a grand jury returned indictments charging, waving with four counts of rape by fraud to four counts of rape by coercion and one count of promoting prostitution. Can weaver

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Barr tightens rules on surveillance of political candidates and advisers

Phil Valentine

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Barr tightens rules on surveillance of political candidates and advisers

"William Barr announced new rules today for the Department of Justice and FBI officials who conduct surveillance on people connected to political campaigns. It follows last year's scathing DOJ inspector general report that scrutinize surveillance against a former campaign aide to President Trump. Are also announced the creation of an office that will be responsible for internally auditing the FBI's national security related activities. And remember ABC News Washington now to

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Trump says he is speaking at Oshkosh rally on Monday

Heino's Home Show

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Trump says he is speaking at Oshkosh rally on Monday

"Will be holding a rally this week in Wisconsin. Correspondent Jim Roop has detail the president will be in Ash Kash Monday night opening night of the DNC and will most likely pepper has addressed to supporters with what he believes are. Joe Biden's faults and foibles will take some swipes at running made Kamala Harris to during the rally. There are no other details about the campaign stops during that week along Democratic convention but reportedly Wednesday, the same night Harris will address the convention vice president Mike Pence will be in Wisconsin

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U.S. coronavirus death toll nears 170,000 as testing decreases

Paul Winkler

00:07 sec | 3 months ago

U.S. coronavirus death toll nears 170,000 as testing decreases

"The US covert 19 death toll has now topped 169,000. And there are more than 5.3 million confirmed infections.

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Hong Kong on verge of 'large-scale' coronavirus outbreak, chief executive warns

Phil Valentine

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Hong Kong on verge of 'large-scale' coronavirus outbreak, chief executive warns

"The number of Corona virus cases continues to rise in places like Hong Kong, even with strict social distancing measures in place. Will Ripley reports here in Hong Kong 118 new cases. It's the eighth day that They've broken 107 million people living in this densely populated city. But the chief executive warning that the city is possibly on the verge of a large scale community outbreak. If they don't get this thing under control. That's why we have the strictest social distancing measures Hong Kong has seen so far this pandemic

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Democratic Rep: It’s ‘racially discriminatory’ not to extend $600 weekly federal jobless benefit

Phil Valentine

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Democratic Rep: It’s ‘racially discriminatory’ not to extend $600 weekly federal jobless benefit

"A Democrat congressman who, saying that it is a racist not to extend the $600 weekly federal jobless benefit. This is the $600 in addition to what you normally would get. And so Illinois Democrat representative Danny K. Davis. Said today that it would be racially discriminatory for the Senate not to extend the federal $600 Weekly unemployment benefit help Americans unemployed is a result of the Corona virus. The Senate went out of session yesterday without passing legislation to extend the $600 benefit past July 31st But the Senate has now passed the bill to protect stimulus checks from creditors. And Mitch McConnell says that a new stimulus bill is going to be introduced next week. So we'll see. But in the meantime, if they don't pass the $600 a week federal unemployment supplement that's racist. According to Congressman David they was I have no idea what he's talking. Why would that be racist?

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Former Facebook employee in dispute with Big Tech over Black Lives Matter YouTube channel

Phil Valentine

02:48 min | 4 months ago

Former Facebook employee in dispute with Big Tech over Black Lives Matter YouTube channel

"A former Facebook engineer by the name of Patrick Show you, I guess s h y you. He has a YouTube channel has over 720,000 subscribers. Hey, scorch the platform in a video for providing no explanation. No customer support, not much of an appeals process. He lampoon Facebook for its petty scrubbing of former employees. Saying this to me does not sound like much of a platform, which I believe Facebook was trying to build up. This sounds more like high school drama from an AMP. Which is really trying to play favorites. So he suggested that he was deep platform, he says, probably because of my second YouTube channel Tech lead show. Which included content where he was talking about black lives matter. And how there's potential. There's some scams, he says around that, how its funding into these democratic arms Well, indeed, his other channel has multiple videos such as why Black lives matter is a scam. Hashtag black lives matter. And my response to black lives matter. Hashtag black black lives matter as an Asian minority. Exposing the black lives matter Movement for its moral hypocrisy and reverse racism against groups and scapegoats. So in the video, why black lives matter is a scam. Which, by the way, has over 366,000 views. He calls out the black lives matter Movement for acting like a fundraising tool for rallying the Democratic base. Every election years. We've told you If you fund if you give to black lives matter goes through Actblue. Which is a A fund raising mechanism for the Democrat Party. But it went on to explain. I was just raising concerns in the video then, which then allegedly began to go viral. My suspicion is that when I started talking about certain things about those topics That Facebook? Maybe they don't like the stance that I had been taking on this and so they decided to just be platforming. Explain how Big Tex stranglehold not only on what people are allowed to say, but on their ability to even be heard, is setting up modernity to be a Grimm SciFi dystopia. Here's what he says. I think it's quite disturbing the age of censorship. And which we are entering, with most communication dominated by those top tier tech companies, and almost all of these companies have certain political bends and biases in which they want to promote certain types of content and viewpoints. And they want to de prioritize other types of viewpoints. Now,

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Trump weakens environmental law to speed up infrastructure projects

Phil Valentine

00:08 sec | 4 months ago

Trump weakens environmental law to speed up infrastructure projects

"Foundational Nixon era environmental law that he says stifles infrastructure projects he did that day now, while speaking to the

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Millionaires say "tax us" to fund coronavirus aid

Phil Valentine

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Millionaires say "tax us" to fund coronavirus aid

"Rich calling for higher taxes to aid Corona virus recovery. So this is Disney heiress Abigail Disney. Is among the millionaire's calling for governments to impose higher taxes on the wealthy to help fund the recovery from the Corona virus pandemic. In an open letter taxes, taxes, taxes us. When the group calling itself millionaires for humanity. The 83 signatories on the letter also include Abigail's brother. Tim Ben and Jerry's co founder, Jerry Greenfield, as well as British movie director Richard Curtis. The letter stated that the problems caused and revealed by the pandemic could not be solved with charity, no matter how generous and the government's must take responsibility for raising the funds needed to tackle the issues themselves. Before

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Texas governor issues statewide mandate requiring face coverings

Phil Valentine

00:05 sec | 5 months ago

Texas governor issues statewide mandate requiring face coverings

"To see this. Texas has now issued a statewide order requiring face

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Pfizer reports encouraging, very early vaccine test results

Phil Valentine

00:09 sec | 5 months ago

Pfizer reports encouraging, very early vaccine test results

"The American drugmaker Pfizer and its German partner today said preliminary results from vaccine testing on 45 volunteers are

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SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"wtn" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Seven WTN for the latest on the weather and updates on the Robert Muller Russia investigation. There's fresh speculation that Robert Mueller will deliver his report to the Justice department in a matter of a week or two for President Trump who's often called the probe into Russian election interference a witch hunt. The report may bring total exoneration or major legal trouble or something in between as for making public its contents. That'll be totally up to the new attorney general. He's a tremendous man man, really respects this country and respect state Justice department. So that'll be totally up to him. New attorney general William bar has told congress he'll follow the law when it comes to releasing the report, but House Democrats are threatening subpoenas. If they're unsatisfied with how much if any of the conclusions are released. Bob Costantini, Washington. Faulk says jussie smollet is fine. Jim Roope reports. A new statement released by Twentieth Century, Fox television and FOX entertainment says small at is not being written off empire. The statement comes in the wake of reports that smollet had several scenes at a musical number cut from the second to the last episode of the season while FOX would not comment on the scene cutting. Report officials did say he is not being written off the show calling small that quote, a consummate professional onset, and quote small that claims he was attacked by white mask Trump supporters last month. But there has been growing speculation that smell that may have faked the attack and the case against a former Vanderbilt nurses moving forward after she entered a not guilty plea today. Fox seventeen says Redonda leeann bought is charged with reckless homicide and patient abuse in the death of Charlene Murphy. Prosecutors say Murphy was supposed to receive medicine Frank Zaidi, but instead received medicine that causes paralysis they say Vaught.

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SuperTalk WTN 99.7

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"wtn" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"WTN. This is Phil Valentine show. Erin out. There says momma wait till Johnny gets off the phone because he's done. Yeah. Yeah. He'll call you back later. Aaron this is hey, uncle, Phil. The mammy picture got me thinking. Says I saw you and I'm not gonna tell the establishment because there's no reason to pull them into this. But he says I was in the hallway when you walked out of the women's restroom. Wow, wished I'd snapped the picture, but I missed it. So I guess no blackmail after all the men's room was out of paper towels. I had to go to the ladies room to get me. Some to love the show. And that's Erin. Yeah. I remember it exactly where he was talking about. And I knock on the door. And I said ladies anybody in here, and then because they wrote a paper towels in the men's room, and my hands were soaking wet, and I had to go greet people and shake their hands. So I didn't know what to do. So I do the women's room after I'd knocked and grab some paper towels and dried my hands off and throw them away in the went out and spoke to folks, and Dan was one of them and he saw me coming out of the women's wrong. That's not something I would have normally made public. But thanking appreciate that. So. So. Yeah. These things happen. Yeah. But these days, it's okay. Phil you felt like a woman. That's right. I I what's the word identify identifies a woman. Yeah. You identified it as that. Topping you like a woman. Speaking of Hillary, former FBI director James Comey admitted that the tarmac meeting between Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton bothered him. But according to his closed door testimony. He didn't direct the FBI agents interviewing Hillary to ask her about it. Calling the meeting highly unusual he conceded that after learning of the meeting I was very concerned. He says they mentioned Lynch with regard to the Clinton investigation in his book a higher loyalty. Truth lies and leadership. But said then that he had all he concluded that she had not interfered. Well, how do you know unless you ask him? What was going on in that meeting? We why oh it was just a chance meeting between Loretta Lynch and and Bill Clinton in two different private planes on the tarmac. How how did that? Hey what hold on? Hey, stop the place the place. I think that's Loretta. Hey, hold on. Let me get up who gets out on the tarmac. Then goes knocking on the door. This is the pilot who is it's bail. I wanna see Loretta. Hey, Loretta can I come in and talk about grandchildren. And I'm going you really are you serious? This was not a chance meeting on a tarmac building. Just see your and say, hey, pull the plane over Paul the plane over and just hop out. And go senior this was a preplanned meeting between Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton at a time where Hillary was under FBI investigation and Komi didn't see fit to ask her about it. But he's now he's now encouraging all Americans all Americans, ladies and gentlemen, need to do everything with their last breath to make sure that Trump is not reelected in two thousand twenty. But I have no bias here. Don't don't get the wrong impression. I have no bias. What's this is the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard in my life. This is not a chance meeting on a tarmac. This was set up in advance. So why do they set up an advance a meeting between the attorney general who's over the FBI who's investigating Hillary Clinton for felonies about classified information on a server, and then all of a sudden, her husband sets up a meeting with her to talk about what we just talked by grandchildren. What have we ever heard an FBI anybody from the FBI out campaigning? Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. And then and then Komi says, well, you know, I I wondered about that. But I didn't think that there was anything to it. So I didn't ask anything. He appeared to contradict himself. However when he referred to or referenced still classified information, which he said was unverified. But what undoubtedly have been used by political opponents to cast serious doubt on the attorney general's independence in connection with the Clinton investigation. In addition to his comments about Lynch and Clinton's meeting combing noted that he would not have allowed Peter Struck and Lisa page to continue with their role in the investigation. Well, that's nice. Isn't it? Quick.

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SuperTalk WTN 99.7

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"wtn" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Nine seven WTN. One eight hundred six one eight Phil as we head back to the phones, and Randall you would be up next Randall what up. Hey, I'm a long-time listener. I appreciate you. And I think there's a whole lot more patriots than give him credit for that. Like what you're doing? Well, I appreciate that. Well, one of the things the spare mongering talk about Trump's that's all they've done for years. And I think that the people coming up from the south being to be afraid, I think that'd be serve themselves a lot better. If they will remember what happened on the west coast during World War approaching us is not a wise thing. And with all of that. Prejudiced hollering a racist of all that they got going on. I'm sixty five years old fail. I remember when people of color in the south after knock on the back door to get some great. They don't know what they're talking. No. I know they act like they act like nothing's changed. You know? Yeah. I yeah. Yeah. But I I, you know, I think that I'm not unique in the point that I think a whole bunch of cer- tired of all we have. We have finally got a president who will step up and lead instead of being gutless. And I think there's a whole lot more of us behind him. And they're giving us credit? Well, we shall see on Tuesday. Shan't we. Hey. Yeah. No kidding. All right. Appreciate it. Random. Thank you, sir. Tim and Missouri. You're up next. What about a Tim? I'm doing great. It is indeed Friday, I get concerned when they start wanting to use the use for political leverage mouse right guard and camera hawk even Hitler you. You know? Yeah. I looked into this lot with turn the camera saying, and I it seems to be a tactic when they feel like they're making some progress or or not I don't know. But I I find it troubling. If they're what the. Change change that voting age. Yeah. It's ridiculous to think all well. The states can do that is just the constitution. You know, just says his eighteen or above. But then vigil states are you know, DC can put the angel whatever they want. No, they can't the constitution says you gotta be eighteen or older to vote exactly. Dolt saying that I keep going back to as if you're not kind of liberal in your twenties. Then you don't have a heart. If you're not conservative fifty getting bring exactly. Look, I think that was Winston Churchill. I couldn't swear on him. I think that's what he said. It's very true to John and North Carolina. John what's up? Triple the parking space victim must have been much smaller than Mr. Baldwin. Remember about twenty years ago. He wasn't half way. Some New York Post writer was writing about having challenged to fight. Well, the writer picked up the gauntlet said, sure. Well, Alex started back. You can't do it because you have to sign a waiver signed any waiver that you want. Let's get it on. And I think the same thing happens a pop Rasi talk with the last five six years the same scenario didn't like what he's doing challenge through fight. You know, this this was back and forth. Internet media type. Okay. I'll do it. And he backed down again. So. Space asked me, what smaller absolutely had to be. And I saw some reporter tweeting today said she she was covering Alec Baldwin. And he told her that he hopes she choked to death. I mean, he seems like a very nice guy doesn't he he's just he's just angry and a lot of people on the left are angry. But he's angrier than most quick time out. Get more of your phone calls in just a moment. After the bottom of the hour break, you're not gonna believe what Michael Moore says the pope, we'll tell.

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SuperTalk WTN 99.7

13:58 min | 2 years ago

"wtn" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"WTN news weather traffic. On the Westwood One radio network. Got a flight attendant fell out of the plane. Air india. Preflight turn of events air. India flight attendant Harsha logo. Fell out of the plane before it was said to take off. She was seriously injured when she fell from the plane while closing the back door of a Boeing seven seventy seven as the flight prepared to depart Mumbai for New Delhi senior airline manager provin. Buck nut told the French press, according to Boeing technical manuals, depending on the model the f door but seven seventy seven can be between seventeen and a half an eighteen feet off the ground. Civil comparison say that's a little more than half the height of the highest Olympic diving platform in an unfortunate incident. They say one of our cabin crew. Members harsher Lobo fell down on the tarmac from the Boeing seven seventy seven aircraft, or while closing it the airline says they're currently investigating the incident. Her fall comes less than a week after a jet from Air, India's low-cost express airline hit a wall during takeoff hate when that happens. Oh, by the way, a pilot. There's a wall up there. I didn't see it. Yeah. We figured as much that must be the case. We have a situation folks were Google the CEO Sundar Pichai. How's that for a segue says Google would benefit from entering China? He defended his company's planned to explore. A search engine tailored for users in China. You don't that means don't you tailored for us? That means it's censored by the Chinese government in his most extensive public remarks on the topic. He said entering China in some ways aligns with the company's mission to provide information to the world's population. Since one fifth of those people reside in China, even complying with China's sensors he says Google would be able to live research results more than ninety nine percent of queries. And in some cases, deliver more helpful results. Then users currently get from local search engines. So he's rash. Analyzing how this is going to be a good thing. Oh, yes. They're going to censor all this stuff. And he's saying that they would be able to deliver search results to more than ninety nine percent of queries. That's because these folks are scared to death to query anything that's anti China. Oh, yeah. They're sitting there. So can you imagine if you're Chinese and you're on the computer, you know, somebody somewhere is looking at everything you do. Sorta like being in America, except you don't get your head lopped off here for. The comments during a stage interview yesterday at a wire technology conference in San Francisco follow reports several weeks ago about Google's secret China search project that sparked a backlash from human rights advocates and Washington lawmakers they warned the effort could aid a repressive regime. You think oh, yeah. Google also faces pressure from its own employees. The only do work that adheres to the company's values in August. Hundreds of employees signed a letter asking Google to give rank and file workers of voice in the ethics review process and the ability to opt out of working on certain projects. In the meantime, there's Facebook, and they say they're going to ban quote misinformation on voting in the upcoming elections, this from Reuters, they'll ban false information about voting requirements and. Fact, check fake reports of violence are long lines. At polling stations ahead of next month's US, midterm elections. I would suppose you won't be able to call anybody on the left a mob. You know, they'll probably fact check that won't technically this is not a mobster only on the right? You see at tea party and the tea part of the tea party only has mobs this. According to company executives talking to Reuters the latest effort to reduce voter manipulation on its service. They got one point five billion with a B daily users. They've stopped short of banning all false or misleading post something the Facebook has shied away from as it would likely increase its expenses and leave it open to charges of censorship. But then Google doesn't mind to be censored by the Chinese. They say this addresses a sensitive area for the company which has come under fire for its lax approach to fake news reports and disinformation campaigns, which many believe affected the outcome of the two thousand sixteen election. That's how Donald Trump won is. Because this fake news on social media. And people just didn't know all we had no idea about the guy. Did we know we only a year or so to digest everything you've never heard of Donald Trump before the new policy was disclosed by Facebook cybersecurity policy chief, Nathaniel, glacier, and other company executives the ban on false information about voting methods is going to be announced later. I am meeting comes six weeks. After Senator Ron Wyden to see chief operating officer COO Sheryl Sandberg how Facebook would counter post aimed at suppressing votes such as by. Telling certain users. They could vote by text a hoax that has been used to reduce voter turnout in the past. I was reading something from someone where was this today? Oh. It was a propaganda piece from the Democrats in Tennessee. They were sending this stuff out. And they were talking about how the Republicans are suppressing votes in Georgia. You know, they got all these votes coming in. And the guy who was the guy running for governor is the secretary of state or something and the secretary of state, I believe has authority over votes, and you know, whether to verify votes are certified votes in this kind of stuff or voters, and so there's some that are coming in and they're accusing him of holding them up because they're mostly black. And I'm sure they're going through the same process. They go through with everybody just to make sure that these things and it'll be done by election day, by the way, early voting in Tennessee starts tomorrow. Oh, yeah. And you're gonna get the best information from the Democrats to. I mean, they always you know, they reminded me that it was the last day to register to vote. So I got two kids registered to vote pre sheet that and now they've alerted me. That tomorrow is the start of early voting. So I'll make sure I let everybody know about that too. So if you are in Tennessee, you can start voting tomorrow at various places, but they were talking about someplace was in Oklahoma or somewhere where they where they have. They have unreasonable voter ID voter riding is unreasonable. But they say that your ID has to give your street address. So they'll know where you are. Well, people who live on reservations don't have that. They only have a PO box. And I'm going are you serious? Are you allowed to put a PO box on your driver's license in some states? The heck is that anybody could you could be anybody from anywhere with the driver's license with a PO box. And then. If they go to alert your family that sums happen to you in. And what are they go to the post office and wait for you to come get the mail, come on, FOX? I'm not buying that are there really places where they allow you to put a PO box on your address on your driver's license. You gotta be kidding me. Probably able to do it online. It's crazy. Have you ever heard of such a thing? No. I never have such thing. I'm not buying until I see it. I think they said it was an Oklahoma. I don't think I still think I deleted the Email. Okay. Yeah. I know. I don't I don't think I still have it. Maybe I don't know. I don't feel. So I don't know. You're I I find that hard to believe. So this is their way of telling you that the Republicans are trying to suppress the vote. So they don't like voter ID to start with. I don't have any problem with a voter. I d I go vote and even the ladies there. They know who I am. Hey, Mr. Valentine, we got the law said, I ain't no problem with that at all. Don't apologize to me. I'm glad to whoop it out for you. And so you ended make sure the elections. Are fair and accurate. Now who could be against this unless you want voter fraud. I ask you. Well, you're going to disenfranchise those without ID who the heck doesn't have an ID black people. Black people don't have any kind of ID really, do you know any black people? Well, no. But I've heard they've told me those people don't carry ID. Well, let me tell you, and they don't even know where to go. That's right. They have no idea where to go. I love that video from a couple of years ago. This guy went out, and I can't remember who that was. But he went out on the streets and in New York and was walking around Harlem actually, went over to a university close maybe in Colombia or someplace like that and said, do you think that we should require voter ID will know you because black folks don't have voter. They don't have any idea. They don't even know where it is. They don't even know where you get ID. I mean, these were white little lily white sheltered privileged children whose parents are paying sixty seventy eight. Eighty thousand dollars a year for them to go to some university. And they thought the black folks didn't have I because that's what they've been told. You know, it's hard to fault them. That's what they've been told by the other liberals out there. And so this guy took that video and took it over to Harlem and played it for some black, folks. And all the reactions. I mean, it it ranged from incense to just outright laughter. You're kidding me. The drivers testing plays a writer, and I know exactly whatever threat, go get my driver's license. I mean, we all have driver's license. What do you mean? We don't have ID. But this is the soft bigotry of low expectations, the George W talked about, of course, they've got ID. The Stewart knows something about this about the PO boxes. Okay. Okay. Well, maybe he does. Okay. Stuart we're gonna put you right up to the top because you are there places where they allow you to PO box on your driver's license. I don't know about that for sure, but I can tell your story that relates to it. All right, many years ago when I was a hippie, and I was living on a remote beach on the Olympic peninsula of Washington. I applied for food stamps a bunch of us are about a dozen hippies. Living on about a five mile stretch of beach there and replied, your food stamps. I'm not proud of that. The way it was. And of course, we have an address, but they will prepared for that. They gave us a little mimeographed map of the general area where we were. And we made an x on the map campsite was and that was our that that constituted our address for purposes of getting food stamps really solo x on x on the map where your campsite was exactly. The only thing that. Each of us had to claim that we built individual fires and cooked for ourselves. Individually women reality, of course, we were hippies. So we were into a communal thing and way, we cook eight altogether. Well, the day. Of course, you're eating out the same bowl of soup. Exactly. Making a soup. Actually, a friend of mine down there made some soup that I tried once. And he said, you know, this is a week old soup. It's all but not weak. And I tried some of that. And that was the worst gastronomic experience I had in my life. And I was I had explosive diarrhea for hours afterwards and thought I was going to die. Drove you to be conservative. Didn't it? Really made it worse for the worst part of it adding salt to injury was that there was no toilet paper to be at. That's nice. Isn't it? So you venture. Yeah. I got bit. All right. Stuart appreciate appreciate the info. Maybe lucasville. Maybe a little too much it. But I appreciate that too much information. John this is Phil we tried to hire three people today where I work all three were black. We could not hire them because none of them had ID, really. Also until about eight years ago. My address was rural route four box three forty four. So there are still roots and boxes out there. But that's not a post office box. I mean rural route four is where you live you live on route four I don't know what the box, maybe your. I don't know. What that is. Somebody else told me that they had..

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SuperTalk WTN 99.7

03:09 min | 2 years ago

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"WTN. On on live Omaha. Then luther. Video. You gotta you gotta click to read more. And then it'll give you that. This is this isn't hey, how you doing folks. So Valentine Westwood One. Good a singer. That got this from the blaze. I believe it is. It's a video interview with Barack Obama. When does this take place by the I'll set this up while Luther is getting ready to go, and we haven't previewed this. So I hope he doesn't say anything bad. But it's it's a video of him admitting that he was a heavy drinker and did drugs. Okay. Yeah. Oh, yeah. It's from two thousand one and it was a video for the history makers. So that was two thousand one that's some time before it became. Why was anybody instant him in two thousand one isn't that weird? But I'll just say this. And this is just my casual observation he looks high while he's doing the interview. But anyway, this was done in two thousand one he remarks about what it was like to be Barack Obama. And again, this is two thousand one why did anybody care about Barack Obama in two thousand one isn't that interesting? We got it Luther. All right. Well, we'll let the video or actually in your case the audio speak for itself. For your life and put you know, everyone has dreams. Year. I think I was a thug. Or a big part of my growing up. I was I think I was very typical. Gregarious? Mischievous child as a as a young boy, I think by the time, I was an adolescent and had moved back from Indonesia and was struggling with these issues of racial identity and the father not being in the house and. I think that you know, I reacted by. Engaging and a lot of. Behavior. That's not untypical of bike males across the country. I played a lot of basketball. I didn't take school that seriously. I. Dan, the fights. Drank and consumed substances that. Weren't always.

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04:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Most wanted list. Details coming up at five thirty on WTN. all we all we witness and those of you been with us for the last hour or so we were in this press conference. How long has it been was an hour and a half. And I apologize. If you didn't think that was entertainment. I'm just going. I can't beat that folks. I mean, I'm a professional radio talk show host syndicated across the country. I can't touch the entertainment value of this. I just can't. So we're gonna go to the president. And we did. So and I figured you know, I'm in charge. So ever got boring. We'd punch job, but it never did manage. We hated the we had to go to breaks. So if you were listening, so what what do you think that the mainstream media folks are focusing on looming? Tell you focusing on Mr. curd. Yes. Josh dossey Trump referred to reporter is Mr. Kurd before taking his question. Jonathan Kaye part. Yes, please. Mr. Kurds said the president of the United States with another Kurdish journalist like this is something wrong with this. Trump just called a Kurdish reporter, Mr. curd. Oh, there was one guy who was really going nuts. Wajahat Ali says you can call me, Mr. Muslim, but my friends call me mister bay area. Also, some of my best friends are called, Mr. Kurt. But that's what they're Eric. Whipple says if I'm not mistaken, our president just called someone Mr. curd. Parker. Molly says holy Shiite. He's just calling the guy as Mr. cardinal. Yes. What is wrong with this? So you got a French guy asking the quest. You don't know where these what his name is. They mister French. How about a miracle, and you don't know. And you're from an a Mr. American what do you want to what is wrong with calling the guy missed occurred? But he loves the Kurds with their great allies and all the rest is. But you can't call somebody. That's Kurdish, Mr. curd. My god. Hey, Mr. Italian. How dare you? I'm gonna goes on and on and on there's a whole page devoted to Mr. Kurd on Twitter own. Yeah. Yeah. It's a matter of fact, it is the second most trending today. Well, I'd say it's in second place. See George Washington's got twenty five thousand tweets why I have no idea. I guess because he said the Trump said that if George Washington was up for the frame court, they find something wrong with him too. And they would the Democrats would if Jesus we're up for the supreme court. They find something wrong with him too. Time you turned over those tables, and that synagogue, what was up with that. You got an anger management problem? That's what they would do. So it's all over the place. But I mean, these folks are fixated on Mr Kerr. Sorry. Kurd? Here's the Palmer report. Donald Trump's day so far holds insane press conference attacks, George Washington tells female reporter to sit down mispronounces Obama refers the Kurdish reporter is Mr. Kurd, what the hell am I watching get this man, a straightjacket? It's still only five fifty pm. Yeah. Palmer report who hither Pomerania. Yeah. Yeah. Like I've heard of that. I have no idea with the Bill Palmer. But everybody's chiming in about Mr. curtain. I'm going this all you got. He calls. So he's got a Kurdish reporter refers to them. Yes. Mr occurred. What is wrong with that? He's occurred. What's wrong with? Yes. Mr american. Yes. How about we just come? Yeah. Kurd? What do you want? He doesn't know. The guy's name. Yes. I'm talking to Mr. Mr. Kurt. What can I do for you? Yeah. Your question and people. Oh my God. It's a racist. But if you call it somebody, Mr. America, nobody would think anything of it. You know, why because these people are racist because they think that people who aren't why can't take care of themselves. So therefore, we must hand the mood kid gloves. And that is the ultimate racism, isn't it there? Too stupid to take care of themselves. Mr. Kurd can't stand up for himself. He's too stupid. Apparently, according to the liberals out there, Mr. Kurd about Mr..

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14:35 min | 2 years ago

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"WTN news, weather, traffic and talk. Somebody sent me this. This is the ascertain of the estimated excess mortality from hurricane Maria. And what buddy go, and it's done by I think Georgetown and university of some Puerto Rico, whatever. What they're basing this on it looks like to me they said that the documented sixteen thousand six hundred eight deaths from September twenty seventeen to February two thousand eighteen and they break it down male and female about nine thousand meals seven thousand females broccoli seventy seven percent were older adults sixty five plus an eighteen percent resided in the municipalities with low socio economic development. We estimated that in mid September twenty seventeen there were three point three million inhabitants. And in mid February twenty eighteen this number was just a little over three million inhabitants Puerto Rico, total population reduction of approximately eight percent. This was factored into the migration displacement scenario, and compared with the census scenario, so a lot of people left and Lafayette lecture. Went to Florida. Age justed mortality rates for Puerto Rico tend to be higher in the winter and early spring declining in the summer months mortality has been slowly declining from two thousand ten on but increased markedly in the period after September two thousand seventeen most dramatically under the displacement scenario, accounting for migration, after the hurricane part of what they blame to this is that there were there's not a lot of transparency in the Puerto Rican government, and that hasn't have anything directly to do with the cruise check. But it seems like there's there's they said there is inadequate procedures for death certificates. So it's hard to ascertain how people died what they died of because they don't they not properly trained in how to fill out death certificates was I wouldn't think that'd be a hard thing to do the do died heart attack. Whatever, you know. But apparently there codes and things you have to put in and they say that a lot of people that are in charge of this medical examiner's doctors and the and the like are not properly trained in how to fill out the death certificate. So the now. Having to estimate which to me, then we get into sort of murky territory. I know you do it scientifically, but how scientifically can you do it? You don't have any idea. How and they're wondering, you know. So I don't know. I mean. They observed. Every social social strata and age group was affected by excess mortality, however, the impact differed by age and socio economic status risk of death was higher and persistent until the end of the study period for populations living in low socio economic the economic development municipalities older males sixty five plus experienced continuous elevated risk of death through February. Well, yeah. Really, you mean older folks are going to die. I didn't know that while most other groups approached the baseline mortality risk at two and four months post hurricane all do. So by February. So I mean, it's a lot of scientific stuff in their significant differences between these two periods are denoted with Asterix. Okay. I'll I'll read this when I'm when I can't sleep. But basically what they're saying is is they they they were winging it to a certain degree because of the lack of proper filling out of death certificate think that the main thing I don't think there's a lack of. Bodies. I think they got dead people. You know, I think they know I hope that they can account. I hope they're not estimating dead people. I mean that you can't really do. Well, the population reduced by so, and so, and we know that man may about these many people left. So the other ones must be dead. Well, you don't you're looking for concrete by that. You have to have to have a statistic like this in my estimation. You have to have that there's not a hard thing you can put your hand on a dead body and say how many dead people do we have in Puerto Rico from that period? And that's how many people died, then you have to ascertain how many of them died because of the hurricane, and that's a mighty subjective thing, you know, and then how much Trump's fault. Well, they're gonna say all of it is I'm sure there were pallets of food and all this stuff level rotting over there because of the Puerto Rican government, and I'm not blaming it all on the nasty crews chick, she's one of the nasty shirt. But there was a lot of politics going on. And apparently a lot of graft and corruption to and then just. A lot of ineptness on the part of the folks on the ground. I you know, who knows they're saying. Well, this is this is Donald Trump's Katrina. Please. They did all they could do were these folks. And I guess they still are doing all they can do. But for crying out loud. You're gonna have to have people on the ground there. The distribute the food and the water is still sitting in Palatine rotting. What are you gonna do? Anyway. Back to the cavenaugh stuff and cliff in Florida, you're up next cliff? How are you? I'm good. How are you? I'm dandy. What's on your mind? There. Well, I think. All of us reporting this as. Attempted rape is quite a stretch. Based on what the woman has said herself. She said. Drunken seventeen year old whoever he was was signed to remove her clothing, which was over her one piece bathing suit, he was never successful in removing clothing. And she managed to get away. My point is this. Sued on for a reason, I suspect it was a pool party, probably. I suspect. These guys being drunk was simply trying to get her to go into the pool with them. Now when I was around that age longtime ago, I've been thrown into more than one pool with a bathing suit on and by close up, and it's just some goofy thing that kids do. That age Konate in attempted rape when he was trying to remove clothing over and was never successful in doing that. I think calling it attempted. Right. This is really a stretch. I just wanted to mention that the mall we use that term attempted rape. I don't think it does cause any good. The other thing. I want to mention his. You're talking about Puerto Rico. It is a computerized computer generated estimate. That's exactly what it is. The other thing people don't realize about that is here we had for example, Southern Company Gulf power trucks, all lined up from Florida, for example, on their weight ready to go across the I the Georgia line and then into the Carolinas to help getting helps Puerto Rico their overseas. It's tough. Much much tougher to number one to yet quickly to get the supplies there. And then they had no win infrastructure to distribute the supplies much, much more difficult. And sure people could have been killed by mosquitoes. Yeah. That normally had a house to protect them from the -squitoes. Emmy have died of lots of reasons. But now they did not. Figure they're giving was from that university is a computerized algorithm. And it's an estimate. That's all it is. And even if it's an estimate is the the assumption is that it's all Trump's spoiled. I mean, that's why they do these things. Yeah. We have excessive deaths because Trump doesn't care. And that's just not the case. I mean, nobody seems to be wanting to blame this nasty crews chick over there. There's the mayor of San Juan, you know, she's the woman the nasty shirt, and you know. I mean for me when you come out of the gate, wearing the nasty shirts. We got a problem with her. She is not going to be somebody who wants to cooperate with the Trump administration. And no matter what they do. She's gonna find problems in. I hearken back to the the photo of her standing there with with the pallets of supplies men and complaining, whereas Washington, I'm going with it right behind you. And if a snake bit you there right behind you literally turn around and look at all the stuff. That's there. I was reading a piece to from Sarah Corcoran. Publisher of the national Coors, monitor in California courts, monitor whatever that is. Or say spill occurs is supposed to be courts. Anyway, this for the daily caller, and her pieces opinion, I believe Kavanagh's accuser. Let me see if it says who this woman actually is he's publisher of the national Coors, monitor in California courts, monitor whatever that is and the views are her own really. She says I believe the allegations to be true, though, several years ahead of my class Ford. This is Christine Blasi Ford. Also went to my high school Holton arms. They got to change that. That's that's offensive. Isn't it Holton arms? I mean, it just sounds so militant sounds so violent. Located a few miles outside of Washington. DC Holton arms is an all school. Saying take a week off can't speak anymore all girls school that encouraged excellence intellect and a healthy diet of AP courses is the rule, not the exception. Our motto was find a way or make one and holding shooter. Our school motto Ford seems to have found a way to make her voice heard. I'm not surprised by what she had to say. The long on academics. Many Holton girls also found a way to have a very good time author included there were the wild house parties and Kalorama chugging Milwaukee's. Best and battery Kimball park temporarily barring my best friend's mom's car without a proper license hurling exit moving vehicles and decorating houses with squeeze -able Sharman, we were wild at heart. And so were the boys we kept company with as I lived in Washington DC during high school more an exception as it is required a longer commute. My motto. Crew rarely spent time with the boys of Georgetown prep. That's where cavenaugh win. It was Saint Albans Piscopo highschool and occasionally Landon where George shoe glee junior went to school. But of course, I knew boys from the Kavanagh's alma mater, though, I was never the victim of sexual assault in high school or university. I had befriended several women who were the boys of that generation in private schools at this strange pattern of attacking and then maligning those they had assaulted or blaming their conduct on the victim. I'm still perplexed by this manifestation of guilt, disguises violence and believe every single story. I was told over the years most girls rarely confronted their attackers instead sharing the shame with friends or counselors along the way as they dealt with their traumatic experiences when women are credible and authentic. It comes across very naturally as it has in the case of Christine Blasi Ford, having hosted a few houses soirees in my vibrant past as an adult. I cringe at the thought of bearing any responsibility emotionally or legally for any reprehensible conduct taking place under my roof conduct. As reported by Blasi Ford could easily have happened and other party goers could have been blissfully ignorant as to what was occurring in some dark room by a group of drunken young men. Sorry, but glowing letters of support by sixty five young women who did not share Blasi Ford's experience won't cut it. Now. One letter writer was a. A witness to the alleged assault. Although I ensure that Cavanaugh is in the market for persons who can speak to the episode in question and having Condoleeza Rice in the background of his hearing as impressive as she is isn't going to halt the scrutiny. Well, her assumption is he's guilty until he proves himself innocent. It is a common incumbent upon the accuser, I was reading this piece to this is from this is from the accusers lawyer and get this. Here's what she says. It's not her job to corroborate the story. The hell is not exactly what her job is. And there was one person that the accuser says was in the room a guy named Mark judge who was a charm a schoolmates of cavenaugh. They ask Mark judge about this. He says I have no idea what she's talking about. I don't have any recollection that this happened at all. Well, there's your one witness that you're looking for in this Cochran, Sarah Cochran, whatever name is she's looking for a witness. We'll there's a witness. Well, yeah. But he's one of them. He's he's one of those rich boys who went around attacking women, and then lying and covering up and blaming the women Ford. Well, that all sounds well and good, and it sounds like an outing at the Kennedy estate, but it doesn't cut it. When you're going to destroy a man's reputation is going to be the next supreme court Justice. You gotta have more than that. And we cannot just sit idly by while the metoo movement steamrolls over everybody that they don't agree with politically. And that's exactly what's going on here, folks. Plus you're talking about a seventeen year old drunk at a house party. Are we going to actually stop this guy from being on the supreme court because he's trying to get down to pants to some chicken a seventeen year old drunken partying in high school? Really? Because if that's the case there are a lot of guys out there who are going to be disqualified. Fide from life. And that's exactly what these hashtag me to worc- hat wearing people want they want, and you know, we shocked about this. I actually joked about this early in the hashtag metoo thing with a friend of mine that we had on the radio. And I said because she was talking about this..

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The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"wtn" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"You will see different publications, put a tea or t h and you'll see different people pronounce it Neanderthal or Nandor thal totally up to what you want. Some people are really obsessive about it, like certain professors care a lot or certain publications, publication standards, but apparently doesn't matter. Okay. So Nando tall are from the Andhra valley in Germany? Denisa Vince from Denisa cave in Siberia. Denisa wtn's are historically thought of as Russian, even though there was no Russia then and NAN. Atolls thought of as European. And we have lots of Neanderthal DNA from all over Europe. That's a pretty well established lineage. We have a lot of really good examples of it, but at parents, Denisa vans, we only have four known fossils, wonder why that is, why haven't we found significantly? It's either that they're just worked significantly more or that because of where they lived because of how they lived because of when they lived. You know, there's so many questions when we talk about fossil fossils ation. But if you were to look at a kind of Clayton Graham to look at how did hominids evolve, you'll see that Denisa vans and Nandor tolls were our contemporaries. It's thought that Denisa vent, although there is some argumentation around this based on a previous study, but for the most part, it's pretty well accepted that Denisa wtn's and Neanderthals have a common ancestor. So they. Split off after the homo sapiens split off from from the earlier common ancestor. Does that make sense? So yeah, you've got one lineage that turns into to all of us. You've got another lineage that split off that turned into Neanderthal and Denisa then. And now we're seeing that there's interbreeding almost completely. So we know that homo sapiens interbred with Nando toss. We have good evidence of that. You can even see that if you do like a consumer genetics test, although the percentages contestable, we know we know obviously that Denisa wtn's interbred with Neanderthals and we have a perfect example in this study which we'll talk about a little bit and we have a high level of interbreeding between Denisa vans and Melanesians Millan human Melanesians. Yeah. So they just seem to have a higher rate, although you will see some interbreeding in other people as well. And it could be secondary to the fact that there was so much interbreeding with Denise events and the antidote. So it starts to get really complicated. Interestingly, when we look at Denisa van, eleven, remember, that is the teeny tiny piece of bone fragment which was actually found in the cave several years ago and sort of just I don't want to say putting a pile. I think this I treated at better than that, but they find thousands of fragments within this Denisa cave all the time. It was so small. It didn't even look particularly human. It was put aside for study later amongst all sorts of extinct creatures. And finally, when it was looked at under genetic testing was like, oh crap. This is a hominem first of all. And second of all, when they did the mitochondria DNA testing and remember my to conjure d and as past. From the mother. They were like, okay, so she's a Neanderthal. That's super weird that she's hanging out in the Denisov in cave, but whatever we could see that happening. And then later they were able to find nuclear DNA and test that. And they're like, wait, why is the nuclear DNA Denisa van? And it was really confusing to the researchers so much so that they tested it at from four different sites of this tiny piece of bone just to make sure that these samples weren't contaminated. There was like a legitimate concern that we did this wrong, so we can start talking about the numbers here. I mentioned that Neanderthals Denisa vans probably spread about four hundred little under four hundred thousand years ago..

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

"wtn" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Alexa say alexa enabled the wtn skill then to play say alexa open wtn special guest robin platts they in town tonight there downer i thought they were already here and they didn't even do even bother to come by no no no no no no no we get no respect we help these musicians out and we're like the groupies they leave behind we can't get we were playing greta van fleet for anybody knew who these folks were we did was the same with blackberry slack mary smart i mean some people were playing them the not like we were and well you know i mean they don't want to be seen with us i guess they don't you try to invite one of them here is like good luck on that one i can't blame for them oh i can't either north korea's chief negotiator called the south korean government ignorant and incompetent today denounced us south korea air combat drills threatened to halt all talks with the south unless its demands are met the president in the meantime says maybe we're going to have some summit maybe we're not webs e and people say oh my gosh she's gonna blow it are you the same folks who told us that he was blowing it when he called in little rock and this guy knows exactly what he's doing i was listening to who was it fox business i guess this morning and somebody says is is this the art of the deal.

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SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"wtn" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Of now listen to us on alexa say alexa enabled the wtn skill then to play us say alexa open wtn interesting interesting well the office of the inspector general has released a letter this afternoon and it's from inspector general michael horowitz announcing today that in response to requests from the attorney general and members of congress his office will initiate a review it's going to examine the justice department and the fbi is compliance with legal requirements having to do with pfizer court investigations yes the us foreign intelligence surveillance court relating to certain us to a certain us person which i can only one assumes it's carter page but i mean you know says it's part of this examination the i g oh i g also will review information that was known to the doj and the fbi at the time the applications were filed from or about an alleged fbi confidential source that would be christopher steele additionally the oig will review the do jane's and fbi's relationship and communications with the alleged source christopher steele as they relate to the fis applications is circumstances warrant the g will consider including other issues that may arise during the course of this review.

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02:36 min | 2 years ago

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"On alexa say alexa enabled the wtn skill then to play us say alexa open wtn hey robert they wants to know if they cut that tree down with this woman be weeping widow it is phil valentine show on the westwood one radio network let's go she would yeah okay okay steve seeing it's easy she marries a tree so now they are one and the property owner could now sue her boom done so why why would you wanna want them you wanna throw yourself into a lawsuit now on the growing islands that we thought were going underwater but are not eighty people just tuning in they a new study from australia eighty percent of the pacific islands are either the same size or growing not shrinking not getting knowing underwater eighty percent of them are getting either bigger or they're staying the same that means a twenty percent or maybe getting or shrinking global alarmists are idiots john says actually they hope we are i'm no scientist but it occurs to me there are two ways the islands could get larger either the earth's crust under the islands is rising thereby thereby raising the islands higher out of the water or more seawater has been evaporated and deposited in polar regions in the form of snow and or ice what else could it be by the way love the show john let me tell you what they're telling me it is and i think you're onto something when you talk about the earth's crossed under the island is rising but what what basically is going on is a lot of these islands move and what i mean by that is you see because of the tides and things like this and certain storms you see parts of you'll see one side of an island that is going away but another side of an island that is growing that's that's because sand is being deposited on one side is being eroded on the other but it's being deposited in greater numbers on the on the side that's being deposited on then it is eroding on the other side and then has to do with all sorts of different things you know the way the water is behaving around these islands and the way storms where they come from where they go how they pass over an island and things like this so a lot of this is.

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02:17 min | 2 years ago

"wtn" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"To us on alexa say alexa enabled the wtn skill then to play us say alexa open wtn all right we got some sound from the president down at the border would the prototypes the wall and the liberal don't know quite what to make of this well we got a couple of cuts coming up for you lumpkin them to luther right now relationship both be there luther doesn't matter which are there two of them i don't it doesn't matter which one which order you run them in but he's looking at the wall he's basically saying look we gotta make sure that people can't crawl over it because you got illegals you're saying on one story we got a date philvalentine dot com in the show prep one of these illegals are saying is no big deal i can get over that wall well we're going to see so what trump will they did was they had professional mountain climbers try to get over these walls and some of them they got over and some of them they couldn't and so trump is looking at what they got the top and you'll hear him talking about this what they got at the top of these walls is a big it's it's rounded at the top and trump says you know the the bigger that rounded part the heart it's going to be to get over it so we may have to go back and make them even bigger but those are the ones that are having trouble getting over when you end up you know and it's it's you know there's nothing to grip on and so they're trying you can't really grip on something that's round you know what i'm saying it's like a if you think of a a large pin infant on the top of the wall that's really round you know and when you go up the wall then you've got to really be crawling upside down around that thing to get over and they it's it's really hard to get over so this is he's done at the border and said this lease i think he did it's coming it's coming luther tells me it's coming maybe it's not coming old computer that won't they won't buffer or whatever so what's it doing there johnny cisco and sitting there.

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SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:59 min | 3 years ago

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"Case somebody really gets outta add a line and starts a kirk cursing to a teacher some i don't know what did he think his job description was his ultimate reason for being there is the stop somebody from killing those kids and he failed not even failed i mean his goes beyond that he didn't even show up his day here but he doesn't even go in i'm anxious that is the most pathetic thing i've heard in a long time 'cause i've always wondered how many of these school shootings actually happen where they were there is a a school resource officer and yet it's hard to get data on that i'm sure if you started digging done of research on this i am i going to big anymore but i'm sure if you started digging could find now i would think that'd be a big story though would new and i've heard of a couple of times of the of the police showing up in your holding a gun on somebody and stopping them from shooting there was one not that long ago at a school where a an off duty police officer was actually at the school he had a child of the school and he held the gun on the dude and so this at any anybody with a gun can do this folks by the way but here you've got a guy who was trained to save the children when the shot start ringing out and he just stands there and listens for how many minutes while the guy kills as many people as he wants to kill and then leaves the school tragic inexcusable quicktime out one eight hundred six one eight phil we'll be back sunday wtn news center missouri's governor is facing a charge.

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SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:39 min | 3 years ago

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"On the first seven children dead across the volunteers state because of the flu the story at six thirty on wtn core good you know some of this trump infrastructure if we could actually pull this off i was listening today the deb fisher she's republican senator from the brass she was on with neil cavuto in aside from neil levin finders of senator from alaska because i'm going you actually started talking i'm going this doesn't sound lions centre from less 'cause i know of and then and then he said oh i'm sorry i said she was from alaska she's from nebraska sounds sort of them and it's sort of makes sense them because he was asking her he ask you this question he says do you think we need to raise the national the federal gas tax to pay for infrastructure she says i don't see one it's necessary we're spending the federal gas tax on all sorts of things we don't need to be spending it on if we would just streamline what were spinning in on and make sure it's going towards things it's supposed to be going towards we wouldn't have to raise at number one point this done selig leaks from ski in it was it oh i meant nebraska deb fisher so she's exactly run but trump has some plans here he wants to create a fund to repair infrastructure on public land's like parks and forests using money generated from my a mineral and energy development on federal lands in waters in other words we're going to open up some of this to drilling and mining and things like this and of course they are fees and this is money we've never had before that's a great idea take that money that we didn't have before and pay four repairing the infrastructure on public land's and keeping these up it sort of a it pays for itself type thing i'm all for use your feet to expand the use of toll roads and loosen restrictions on the use of the revenue from them that's another idea expand the use of pell grants to help pay for postsecondary programs including short term programs apprenticeship programs and more allow workers with adam state trade licenses to work on new infrastructure projects limit legal action due to environmental concerns that can pause projects you know like a.

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SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:10 min | 3 years ago

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"Nine seven wtn for the latest on this story washington d c is preparing for president trump state of the union address tuesday night in new york steve kastenbaum says say group opposed to trump's administration is holding its own state of the union tonight the names are familiar to anyone who's followed the socalled resistance movement over the past year mark ruffalo whoopi goldberg cynthia nixon and michael moore will take part in tonight's people state of the union rapper common and singer entre day will perform but it's not about entertainment organizers say this alternative to the president's speech is focused on a plan of action for the coming year at the town hall venue here in new york organizers say they'll outlined a plan around voter rights voter registration and voter turnout the focuses on the upcoming elections in november steve kastenbaum new york collection 2018 is heating up here at home in williamson county there are now six repair look in seeking the gop nomination for the district to sixty one seat in the house of representatives vacated by charles sergeant the tennessee and says seven euro gino bowl so has practised as a trial lawyer for the past two decades he's joined by two williams and county commissioners jeff ford and bobby hall it state republican party executive committee member rebecca burke and political newcomers terrence smith braden ogle's can weaver wtmj news the tbi investigating an officerinvolved shooting in murfreesboro and his release says 23yearold jesse caldwell was wanted on several warrants and led police on a chased at twin of drive and officer got out of his patrol car fired his weapon into the car caldwell was driving caldwell was shot i'm sorry was not shot but had minor injuries from broken glass he was treated at a local hospital and then booked into the red the for county jail finally donald trump jr is giving hillary clinton's cameo at the grammy awards at thumbs down the younger trump tweeted that the more hillary goes on tv the more the american people realize how awesome it is to have president trump in the oval office clinton read excerpts from michael wolf's controversial book fire and fury inside the.

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SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"wtn" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The story of by thirty on wtn while do my lobby life the bring you the truth every day i don't mind doing it is just you know somebody's gotta do is somebody's got to tell you what's going on out there are people will try to bamboozle you but that's why i'm here folks it's well let's just what else will i be doing yeah have you ever thought about that what else would you be doing if you you're doing what you're doing by the way how many of you folks enjoy what you're doing you're we enjoy bringing the show to you and uh we love what we do and i started thinking about this every new yorkers people thinking about changes and where do this that of the other war you sitting there doing something or doing something we're living that you just can't stand do in other words you get them you go this is just i mean i hate this thing i'm thinking what else will i be doing now of course you are right books and things like that but i mean i this is my core right here um i don't know that i would want to be doing anything else in the world now look you know somebody offers mean of money retire might do that but i'm just talking about as your occupation and too many people go to work every day and they hey what they're doing and they don't do anything to change and they sit there and complain and you know if you're in a situation like that you need to be taking every waking hour to change where you are you know i know that sounds revolutionary to you out there but the it shouldn't be by the way low global warming in here we had the heat on too much nowa says we're going to run out of chocolate that's what they're saying they same because of was the chocolate plants out there that are struggling to survive in the warmer climates the trees can only grow within approximately twenty degrees north and south of the equator and they thrive under specific conditions such as high humidity and abundant rain but a temperature rise of just two point one degrees over the next thirty years caused by glue warm is set to wreak havoc for the plants and in turn the worldwide chocolate industry according to the u s national oceanic and atmospheric administration.

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SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"wtn" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The international space station before returning to earth last march his twin brother mark remained on earth sign to are comparing their genes scott kelly shows chemicals were activated shifting his gene makeup fallen space the preliminary conclusion points to stress affecting the human body during weightlessness that something nasa will need to consider when humans are scheduled to travel to mars i'm pat piper and and assists diamonds wtn traffic center we do have a leg up on the interstates around downtown and we have several exit busy spots of tell that don't major delays this afternoon i'm glad to say not all the interstate twenty four and forty they'll very very slows they come together on the east side there is a right downtown on charlotte just off the distinct 40s wealth we have the right on hearty place yard right at high 24 as record northside on dickerson pike just off sixty five and riley parkway we have a wreck on twenty four seventy south at sunset near belle might a wreck on oaks drive at older boulevard in brentwood there is up on twenty four north of the pleasant view exit going toward clarksville a second accident there around the 22 mile marker unlike lebed's traffic every ten minutes everyone on daddy 970 wtn awd i haven't her guns allowed in the new building for state lawmakers details at 530 iwt end hey what's up it is phil valentine show of phil robertson joins us at the bottom of the hour break thought but in his show john robertson of course from done this thing we can all sorts of things that i mrs a target rich environment we got beverly hills cops investigating winds theme and.

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