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"warren davis" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:03 min | 4 months ago

"warren davis" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Barcelona here on seven hundred WLW Soviet bill in Congress which allows trades are greater discretion over how to spend funds that were given to said states like Ohio Indiana and Kentucky through the one hundred fifty billion dollar corona virus relief fund eight K. eighty tears acted as also the strings to get money from the feds and we're looking to maybe lose no strings up on the show this morning is a congressman Warren Davidson how are you I'm great how are you today good good thanks for joining appreciate before we get all this stuff too because it does time with corona virus Ohio health director Amy actin resigned yesterday largely because well not just your handling of Kobe but I think the hatred and vitriol towards her those expressed towards her and as a representative the great state of Ohio I'm sure things like that concern I think it just to me I was talking about earlier Warren Davidson that it flocks to me what's wrong with politics and that you have someone in this case is a doctor who is a master of public health is appointed by a Republican a Democrat by the Republican appointed by Republican to to hold that job the covert pandemic hits and you know I I think the reaction from a lot of people has been poor quite honestly in the sense that it became personal it became initial hatred and vitriol personal attacks in things like death threats and like against her I think that this is what turns in my opinion what takes people who may want to get involved in trying to make things better or at least trying to help get turned on to the process well I think you know if you go beyond doctor acknowledges reading this article by Peggy Noonan and expect from classes op ed writer in the Wall Street journal troops in March of twenty nineteen and and she was busy like a America's Cultural Revolution is coming and you see people fired because they said something on Twitter or the whole business is run because they spoke in a certain way or right or or things like that in it and I think it's unique to any act them as you say it it's and and I think personally looking back I mean it has its roots in in critical theory back in the thirties to so you just tear down there's no construction is just deconstruction and it's a bit it's a bad idea your biggest American values would speak with respect and tolerance for one another and you know even if you disagree with the view point certainly think it's appropriate that elected officials are held accountable and and in the case of an appointed official like doctor acting that was one of the challenges these people just disagree strongly with the advice she was doing the governor and the governor alternately made the decision so a lot of that energy was directed against them but she was on stage every day you know saying it so people want to react to that she said she's still in a role that she's going to be given probably the same sorts of advice to the governor just unless public way in front of you know less structured way so this is the new position so I'll leave it to the state legislature and the governor to Toronto island I'm focused on social policy yeah yeah I mean I I get that too and I think you said a lot of the selling points about that Amy act in and you know yeah and and you know I guess I'm leaving with this is it a lot of people to blame any acting she's see someone said you know she's she's the problematic well if the governor appointed her as she works for him it's not like it's like that's how cabinets work whether it's a president's cabinet or the governor's cabinet that's that's an appointed position by in this case and a duly elected Republican governor Mike DeWine yeah and I mean that was a similar comments I had for you know the president you know a lot of negative energy directly against doctor Faustus and you know saying similar things thankfully to to not be as bad as the the the public health people feared initially in one in in part you know maybe because we could do all these are you know strong reactions but I think that it is showing that that yeah we could probably handled a little differently but no one knew we were just you know taken our best guess at it the doctor doctor felt she you know was on stage much like doctor acting but I think earlier on doc the president realized he has to make it clear that doctor such as one of many IT by right right and and frankly some of the other advisers have proven more accurate yeah and I I you know I think that's a good distinction to with the present Michael line is it you know if you think any actors in the one giving him advice as is here I just because she and in the lieutenant governor and the wind or like the threesome that doesn't that doesn't you know that doesn't mean she's making all the decisions she people want to see a medical professional that's why she wore the white lab coat right you don't have to wear that she wears it to give that okay she's a doctor she knows what she's talking about and you know the and I think maybe the optics of that hurt hurt here hurt both of them are all three of them to as well because of what you just said you know there's also a business people who have a say in all this one thing should open to but I don't to be labor that has anyone talk about the carers act and some you're working on and so is it set up right now of course anything we get from the federal government has a lot of strings on it if you're looking to maybe couple of strings yeah I mean I think broadly that's my goal on a lot of a lot of spending initiatives which is you know federalism medical one of our tax dollars to the federal government when the reality is you could make a lot better decision the local or state level on a number of fronts a one size fits all approach from DC you know to me doesn't make a lot of sense and and I always say that schools like I don't think me and actual curriculum and national lunch menu or a national bathroom policy or national school security policy Millicent healthy debates across the county about how to properly secure school but when all the tax dollars are coming to the federal government it makes it hard for the local government to have degrees of freedom to operate through disco in nineteen funds it was very tightly restricted to covert nineteen direct expenses Ohio has about four point six billion of these type dollars and when I talk to the governor treasurer auditor in our state senators and state reps some of our local officials that that was that was the concern is that they don't have much flexibility in how to use these funds and that was on purpose but thankfully there there are far fewer expenses down here and and so now it's well you mail the money back to DC which would be the true conservative thing to do but we see the momentum where speaker Pelosi proposed a three point five trillion dollar spending bill starting for the more modest approach to say it was was make use of the money we already have before we go crazy spend another three trillion dollars I think that's I I think that's a proportional response to how much money do we have left where's it going and in like anything like this in about well would you say like three four five years they'll do an account go where where a lot of that lately yeah I had a hundred fifty billion twenty billion we have no idea where it went every time the every time the feds get money out we have a lack of accounting it's amazing and what we've seen at wars we've seen other things I wouldn't be surprised here we start to see in a few years okay have we had twenty million twenty a billion out we have no idea where it went yeah I mean there's a there's a lot of accountability that was it designed to be in service act but you know the thing was strung together pretty last minute I mean and in Ohio I remember when Josh Mandel was treasury use big fan of this open checkbook so that was public in news you can go back and see where it's at but really that's the job of our auditors to track that down and you know I talked with Dave Yost when he was honored did a great job and I keep saying we're now about just that so they're working with local governments to get specific account set up at the county level so they can do this so those dollars when they come and what you know whether it's to a county school district or whatever just the daughter that's their job is to run and find that now that's not to say they won't find things down the road but they do spend a lot of energy trying to make sure that is accurately accounted for Warren Davis and congressman on the show this morning on seven hundred WLW proposed a a bill allowing Ohio and all.

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"warren davis" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"warren davis" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It might give Donald Trump yeah it's just it's just it's just said I don't remember my elected officials on a little bit older than you are growing up I I just don't remember it being this way maybe it's the plethora of media maybe somebody has to have something to talk about every day and so the best way to do that is create tension in argument I don't know I I'm I'm just as an average American just just really confused I know it's all coming to a head on Thursday your buddy Jim Jordan from the house freedom caucus he's now on the house intelligence committee I guess who will be the lead dog in this fight beginning on Thursday I know you like you and you and Jim close and we're very good friends and when you look at how how to get the known that was because of what he was doing and been jazzy one of the guys he hearing is just a bowl of are going after the faction that I really do think we should quit calling at the Intel committee part of retention Jordan's there's a speech on the impeachment committee that's really the single minded focus Adam Schiff has right now in the interim committee needs to be functional as I said the Intel community has had abuses of its surveillance program and you look at the national security implications are really think Intel should be collecting on the current cells look what's going on in the cartels and instead of focusing on collecting Intel on the activities of the cartel's leaders of the cartels and how we might keep America more secure there in that way there's still like a safe to become the impeachment committee yeah it's it's made for television unfortunately it'll get plenty of that beginning on Thursday will war Davidson I'm going to ask you a question that we're going to deal with later on in the show and I don't know if there is a a good answer for this but I want to hear your answer on this veterans day when I'd go on the streets of Cincinnati or perhaps even want rub your neck of the woods up through ball Butler in Warren County and I see a veteran account of veteran what should I say to to him or her other than thank you for your service to our country that's one of the basic ones and then just you know built relationships with veterans I think a lot of people don't know veterans who haven't had better it's just part of the family I don't necessarily know how to relate to them but you know starting with thank you and then just get the gnome right now the post you know post nine eleven veterans are doing better than the fast majority over time certainly better than Vietnam but we look the veteran unemployment rate right now since they which is slightly higher than the average population but not a lot the big challenges then when you see somebody of despair you know they need a friend they need somebody to spend time with them to get to know him and to know that they're going to be there no matter how down or out of what's on the day of an orange but still we higher than the average population so find a better and make me making your that's what I think that's great great that's great great advice so congressman Warren Davis and thank you for your time here will use a phrase from somebody on the other side of the political aisle many years ago keep giving him hell but really all you're doing is telling him the truth thank you congressman thank you great idea I think just to recognize somebody in uniform today in fact I'm going to recognize nobody who wore the uniform of this country many years ago my producer Jimmy sandy one of the great great line of tank commanders and his family thank you Jimmy said come in about nine twenty four like to get to the bangles we're beyond bad yesterday we'll talk about that in just a moment can brew for Scott Sloan seven hundred W. L. W. yes we'll be on home Ford as they looked at Duke it out with anything they want live from fifth third arena tonight at six thirty and seven hundred WLW the whole thing whether your on the construction side or in the office managing properties close six pros of all trades and what you need to get the job done right click on the top H..

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"warren davis" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"warren davis" Discussed on KGO 810

"Of the Roman Catholic Church here in the twenty first century the subject however looks to have been the Amazon region where there are many people who are dependent upon the Catholic Church for spiritual renewal for their family life and yet we're told in the reporting there is a shortage of priests that's an understatement for the two point five million indigenous people across nine countries Michael a very good evening to you the Sinatra itself made news because of the remarks about celibacy which is a worldwide affair but is chiefly in these early remarks aimed at the Amazon first I want to establish why the Amazon why they had a sim card what is important about this for the for the Catholic Church good evening to well John thank you very much for having me well the question of what the synod of bishops is is very interesting because it's a relatively new history the synod of bishops as it exists now was conceived by pope Paul the sixth in the in the sixties and seventies and the idea was that in modern and constantly changing world the easiest way for the pope to govern all the corners of the church early would be to do so in consultation with the bishops they might be bishops who are for a particular reason where the pope is concentrating his attention such as the Amazon or it might be that they're theologians Sir or pastor specialist they have some expertise in the pope wants to draw upon their wisdom obviously this fund is regional so the Senate on the Amazon was drum roll supposed to focus on the Amazon region and the church's needs in the Amazon but that's really not how it's pending out now the Senate closed on Sunday and in the final document he Steve the bishops that were participating in the Senate will be costs and it'll fathers loaded overwhelmingly to ask the pope to consider ordaining married men in the Amazon to let you can re open the possibility of ordaining women to the permanent the accident which is sort of a a step below the priesthood and other there are other initiatives such as a starting in basically up a liturgical right that incorporate aspects of indigenous pagan shamanism obviously tremendously concerning to orthodox Catholics all of those point because as was pretty much assume from the beginning the Amazon did is the decisions that are made in the Amazon will have repercussions for the rest of the church so for instance as you mentioned the Amazon region is suffering from other but what we call the vocations crisis a shortage of priests but if you look across the church there's hardly anywhere that isn't suffering from a shortage of priests so the assumption is that he if it's determined that ordaining married men is a viable solution to the shortage of priests on Amazon why shouldn't it be deemed suitable for places like Germany or France or even the United States so this is a very early on both orthodox and progressive Catholics I knew that this was going to be sort of a staging ground the Amazon which is two point five million Catholics is is a lot but it's it's not quite as big as say the United States with there are I think sixty million Catholics this relatively small province of the church isn't became the staging ground for one of the most historic confrontation speak in the modern Roman Catholic Church and judging by the working document the conservatives did not come out on top I'm Michael I wanna I want to understand why the Amazon sent out if I take your piece in the daily caller and added to what I've just heard from you you believe that this is quite wedding why they started in a region of the world that is not in the headlines everyday and that has unusual needs for example of the lack of priests but also it has it has the rainforest which used to be a very fashionable cause but hasn't been recently were into global warming today however it do I do I understand correctly that that this was waiting on the bishops part we're gonna start here as an experiment and will declare the experiment successful and then therefore will grow to the to Europe and Asia is that where we're going well that if you ask me I would say that that's probably true now my theory and it's not a very terrible one but I think it's probably true is that the pro will for one the most left wing bishops in the church are concentrated in South America that's always been the case he if if pope Francis wanted to choose a designation be it geographic or professional special of what the bishop specialization and he wanted to assemble the most progressive group of bishops possible he would choose a Latin American bishops that is your heart away the largest concentration of aggressive bishop the levy at her Ecuador Colombia Venezuela Brazil Guiana Suriname French RG a key I've Jana Argentina the most progressive all correct Argentina especially with the which is pope Francis is home country rock but Brazil in particular interestingly enough and that is of course where the Amazon is principally located the other my other suspicion and again not so terrible is that there was a bit of what we conservatives call the tyranny of low expectations which is that it was much it would be much easier for instance for bishop urban crowd there who is a an Austrian bishop who has spent his entire career in the Amazon he said during the Senate itself that the indigenous people of the Amazon quote don't understand celibacy which is really sort of a an offensive thing to say that for whatever reason and it whether it's sexual incontinence or limited intelligence or lack of piety the people of the Amazon are uniquely unable to accept the the expectation of celibacy that the Catholic Church hold to which the Catholic Church holds all of her priests so I think that it was not only is this the the largest concentration of less emissions so I think that there was it was saying that because the people of the Amazon are indeed superlative we less educated less wealthy have less access to mass communication these progressive bishops in order to as you say in their revolutions your germinating experiment of thought it would be easiest to begin with is a region like the Amazon all right out can we regard then this Amazon sent out as a success for pope Francis I know it's early but your your your crisis magazine is this a win for Francis well that is remains to be seen I don't know that it necessarily is now pope Francis said at the as he closed the Senate he said I don't want anyone to think that this is about conflicts within the church I think we will do a disservice not only to the people of the Amazon but to the citadel process if we make this about insure ecclesial factional infighting we have about a minute Michael you know had we have about a minute go ahead sure not about the needs of the Amazon so no I think that pope Francis genuinely wants to do what's best for the for the Amazonian themselves is this a victory for the pope well it will be if what comes out of the Senate itself is good for the people of the Amazon god willing it will be about the celibacy matter remains questionable correct I mean that is where we are it's an experiment in the Amazon to be continued yes I'm I'm I'm trying to deal with this AT and and a diplomatic fashion it's an it's a tender subject I understand Michael Michael Warren Davis is the editor in chief of crisis magazine where there will be more sad I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show this is the job KGO no.

"warren davis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:59 min | 1 year ago

"warren davis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John John the Michael Moore and Davis magazine most recently in the Amazon it happened in the Vatican City it involved the pope and all senior senior the makers of the Roman Catholic Church here in the twenty first century the subject however looks to have been the Amazon region where there are many people who are dependent upon the Catholic Church for spiritual renewal for their family life and yeah we're told in the reporting there is a shortage of priests that's an understatement for the two point five million indigenous people across nine countries Michael a very good evening to you the sim not itself made news because of the remarks about celibacy which is a worldwide affair but is chiefly in these early remarks aimed at the Amazon first I want to establish why the Amazon why they had a synagogue what is important about this for the for the Catholic Church good evening to well hello John thank you very much for having me well the question of what a synod of bishops is is very interesting because it's a relatively new history the synod of bishops as it exists now was conceived by pope Paul the sixth in the in the sixties and seventies and the idea was that in modern and constantly changing world the easiest way for the pope to govern all the corners of the church fairly would be to do so in consultation with the bishops they might be bishops who are for a particular reason where the pope is concentrating his attention such as the Amazon or it might be that they're theologians Sir or pass through specialist they have thanks for teaching the pope want to draw upon their wisdom obviously this one is regional so the Senate on the Amazon was drum roll supposed to focus on the Amazon region and the church's needs in the Amazon but that's really not how it's pending out now the Senate closed on Sunday and in the final document he leave the bishops that were participating in the Senate will because then it'll fathers loaded overwhelmingly to ask the pope to consider ordaining married men in the Amazon to live to can we open the possibility of ordaining women to the permanent the accident which is sort of a a step below the priesthood and other there are other initiatives such as a starting in basically up a liturgical right that incorporate aspects of indigenous pagan shamanism obviously we can turn into orthodox Catholics all of those point because as was pretty much assume from the beginning the Amazon did is the decisions that are made in the Amazon will have repercussions for the rest of the church so for instance as you mentioned the Amazon region is suffering from other people what we call the vocations crisis a shortage of priests but if you look across the church there's hardly anywhere that isn't suffering from a shortage of priests so the assumption is that he if it's determined that ordaining married men is a viable solution to the shortage of priests on Amazon why shouldn't it be deemed suitable for places like Germany or France leaving the United States so this is a very early on both orthodox and progressive Catholics knew that this was going to be sort of a staging ground the Amazon which is two point five million Catholics is is a lot but it's it's not quite as big as say the United States with there are I think six the million Catholics on this relatively small province of the church is it became the staging ground for one of the most historic confrontation speak in the modern Roman Catholic Church and judging by the working document the conservatives did not come out on top I'm Michael I wanna I want to understand why the Amazon sent out if I take your piece in the daily caller and added to what I've just heard from you you believe that this is quite waiting why they started in a region of the world that is not in the headlines everyday and that has unusual needs for example of the lack of priests but also it has it has the rain forests which used to be a very fashionable cause but hasn't been recently were into global warming today however it do I do I understand correctly that that this was waiting on the bishops part we're gonna start here as an experiment and will declare the experiment successful and then therefore will grow to the to Europe and Asia is that where we're going well that if you ask me I would say that that's probably true now my theory and it's not a very terrible one but I think it's probably true is that the well for one the most left wing bishops in the church are concentrated in South America that's always been the case he if if pope Francis wanted to choose a designation be it geographic or professional special of what the bishop specialization and he wanted to assemble the most progressive group of bishops possible he would choose a Latin American bishops that is your heart away the largest concentration of progressive discipline Leviev overrule Ecuador Colombia Venezuela Brazil Guiana Suriname French RG a kia Kiana Argentina the most progressive all correct Argentina especially with the which is pope Francis is home country rock but Brazil in particular interestingly enough and that is of course where Amazon is principally located the other my other suspicion and again not so terrible is that there was a bit of what we conservatives call the tyranny of low expectations which is that it was much it would be much easier for instance for cook bishop urban crowd there who is a an Austrian bishop who has spent his entire career in the Amazon he said during the Senate itself that the indigenous people of the Amazon quote don't understand celibacy which is really sort of a an offensive thing to say that for whatever reason and it whether it's sexual incontinence or limited intelligence or lack of piety the people of the Amazon are uniquely unable to accept the the expectation of celibacy that the Catholic Church hold to which the Catholic Church holds all of her pres so I think that if we use not only is this the the largest concentration of US emissions so I think that there was it was seen that because the people of the Amazon are indeed superlative the less educated less wealthy have less access to mass communication these progressive bishops in order to as you say in their revolutions your germinating experiment of thought it would be easiest to begin with a region like the Amazon all right how can we regard then this Amazon sent out as success for pope Francis I know it's early but your your your crisis magazine is this a win for Francis well that is remains to be seen I don't know that it necessarily is now pope Francis said at the as he closed the Senate he said I don't want anyone to think that this is about conflicts within the church I think we will do a disservice not only to the people of the Amazon but to the citadel process if we make this about inter ecclesial factional infighting we have about a minute go ahead we have about a minute go ahead sure not about the needs of the Amazon so no I think that pope Francis genuinely wants to do what's best for the for the Amazonian themselves is this a victory for the pope well it will be if what comes out of the Senate itself is good for the people of the Amazon god willing it will be about the celibacy matter remains questionable correct I mean that is where we are it's an experiment in the Amazon to be continued yes I'm I'm I'm trying to deal with this and and the diplomatic fashion hits and it's a tender subject I understand Michael Michael Warren Davis is the editor in chief of crisis magazine where there will be more sad I'm John bachelor this is the John bass.

"warren davis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"warren davis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Phillies wrap up their three game series with the Atlanta Braves tonight down in Georgia teams of split the first two games in the set last night at Lana hammer the Phils nine to to make that allowed six of the runs on a pair of three run home runs and five and two thirds innings to take the loss fell tonight the Phillies will go with right hander Zack F. one on the Mountie is seven seven three point three four you are a brave counter with a talented young right hander named Mike Soroka he is nine and won his ERA two point one three Phillies are forty five and forty one six five and a half games behind the first place Braves in nationally gaze tonight's game gets under way at seven twenty down in Georgia this sports injury report is sponsored by Martin law the law firm for injured workers bills reliever Juan the cast years struggled in last night's game against the Braves turns out he is dealing with a groin strain seventy Sixers getting ready to open up playing the Las Vegas summer league first game will be tomorrow Sixers will match up with the Milwaukee Bucks tennis at Wimbledon men's to see Roger Federer rolls into the third round with a straight set win today over J. Clark six one seven six six two women's defending champ Angelique Kerber loses in the second round she falls in three sets the Warren Davis and Serena Williams moves into round three with a three set win over Koch is you van soccer Philadelphia union picked up a three one win last night on the road against Orlando city union fell behind one mill but stormed back with three unanswered goals that coach Jim curtain on his team coming from behind you look at us over the last almost two years.

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"warren davis" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"warren davis" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"AC. There's even a special package for designated drivers visit Palm Beach summer. Beer, fest dot com. With your news talk, eight fifty WFL news break, we're waiting for the president to exit the White House had to Marine One and he'll speak to reporters of that time. We'll dip in, if we can actually hear him over the blades avoid ninety five southbound this morning, it's been shut down for all of the rush hour and maybe until noon after two big rigs tangled burst into flames. One of the drivers died at gateway boulevard. You'll be hype Alexa road lays back into lake worth. Also, you're going to find a problem on the turnpike southbound, a PJ boulevard, so a mess on ninety five this morning and on the turnpike. Well, a search underway for a driver involved in a deadly hit and run in Palm Beach county. Police announced yesterday that thirty six year old effort Sebastian is the driver who hit and killed a pedestrian and fled the scene over a week ago. Forty four year old Louise Rodriguez was killed anyone who knows Sebastian's whereabouts is asked to call police. Stephen Diener news talk, eight fifty. W. F T L Saint Lucie, man, driving on county road. Five. Twelve and fells MIR started feeling dizzy stopped the car in the middle of the road. And then the car burst into flames. A good Samaritan Alfredo. Ramos was driving behind saw the smoke and fire. He ran to the car yanked. The door open and dragged the driver to safety Ramos, credited, his rescue to his love of action movies on Ron and go back and forth and try to open it. I just think about my time like a move it. But that's not reopening. The police say. Hero here. They say I watch action movies too much action movies a victim flown to the burn unit in Orlando with serious injuries best gator caused the fire. Speaking of fire secret services, a man lit himself on fire yesterday, your security checkpoint at a park outside the White House gate. Warren Davis witness the horrifying scene. It was like a torch.

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"warren davis" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"warren davis" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Good afternoon. Welcome back to sisters-in-law on news talk thirteen eighty W A O K we have Warren Davis on the line from with a legal question. Hey, warren. How are you? Um well is this individual? This is Janice is on the line. Dan. The weather's funny. Seriously. Twins aches, my mother's house was fraudulently taken someone's house. The documents saying that she sold the house. She was born mentally ill. She's never had a job never paid a Bill. At the time. She was living a living. She was always under twenty four hour watch or care if we went somewhere someone took her so twenty sixteen we went up she and I agreed to sell the house that we abandon because mode and the the buyers attorney discovered that the D had already been transferred and the same day it was transferred again. So. Now, I'm in a situation where she and I both agreed to get rid of this house. We neither one of us wanted to go back. At least have something to take away. So she can enjoy the rest of her life. She pays last year. In october. And. This had already fraudulently taken the house sold it the same day. I record have the the the was re it was recorded in the state of Georgia and Fulton County courthouse in Atlanta, Georgia. Have the numbers and everything? But she my mother could not hold it ink PM. You know, it's like how can you? She signed everything aches they point in her life. How can you even she couldn't even hold into San x? You know, we, you know, our appointed power of attorney. I I was assigned her to be her Representative payee for her social security checks when I was eighteen and four to five now last year, I've been taking care of her nineteen ninety eight two thousand eight found assisted living to me with her care oust you openly responsible in this situation came out to where is she supposedly sold the house. And you know, it's like, okay, if this lady's non ambulatory, how did she get there is she's living living who took her? And they're, you know, in the documents are just forced and filed because there is no burden of proof would the records department. You can go and file anything you want. So subsequently the house was taken. And so the same day and from our standing maybe so to three tabs. Let me ask you a couple of questions. First of all, let me say, oh, my condolences on the loss of your mother. And I also commend you for having taken care of your mother with care that you did there for the years that you did you did a wonderful work because most humans can't do it. You did. I know you did everything you could. But somebody it appears took advantage of your mother. Do you have a copy of the deed now to know to whom the property was transferred to firsthand when it was transferred out of your mother's ownership. Yes. Yes, ma'am. His name is Brielle ehrenberg. I have the page number d book number five six five two three page number four four four patient before for five eight patient before. So you have way. Yes. I also have the the name of the notary who notarized all these paper because someone had to show with in order for this transition take place, if this person notarize it knowing that this was a fake ID or not the person, you just know the rest to at least maybe three documents knowingly that this is not a legal transaction. Well, the Notre notary is probably the least not culpable. But the last person that you might wanna pursue James. I just wanted to ask that question. So the no weather who he should sue. And it would seem that Mason who received the deed. There was supposed to be signed over from your mother to that person that I don't want to get into the names anymore. Right. Would be the person that you would follow civil suit. Right. And and I have done everything from a from a citizen standpoint. No have you found a lawsuit? That's what I'm asking. No, ma'am. I have the only thing I was able to do with limited resources was filed an affidavit in the book, not notified anyone who's interested in the property that this was a fraud from the beginning and never mind all the subsequent people who bought into the very. Was that transfer may to that artist twenty six twenty sixteen where you need to move and found a lawsuit against that person. The only issue is all right in the name. I did all the research that coup from Simpson standpoint that person does not exist from what I see is like is a fictitious name that. And it's like, it makes sense because you transfer the very same date from this fictitious name to somebody else who actually does exist. But it doesn't matter about this person. Who does exist needs to be sued? Right. And and and that's kind of my problem. I've kinda take these legal a f- contacted voucher lawyer services. Georgia Lawson division agent services that seniors love project. I've contacted any governmental entity a decade, Cinco an attorney probably the league. Every attorney it won't be anywhere from ten to thirteen thousand dollars. He looked at the case looking at the facts, they all agree very easily win. But is is is is commanding. The the the judgment at the end of the case. You can't make a person pay. Well, the the property back over though, and you can sell the property. Yeah. This particular case is one of very few cases that I'm that. I have heard of we're actually getting the property back might be the most important thing. Right. Right. And she and my biggest issue is when I contacted legal aid. They tell me that. There was an issue that took up came about eighty five or eighty six where it will be a conflict of interest. If they got involved initially. She told me hold on, sir. I have someone who could take care of this for you, don't worry about it. Just hold for a second. Then she came back to the phone. And and it's like a will something happen, you know, during this time period, and and there's a conflict of interest where we're concerned. You know, she could see me if it was representing my grandmother. My mother someone in the family or some outside. It's the that part of it where was your name on the deed as well. The term note and was your name on the deed at the time somebody fraudulently transferred the property, no power Powell, overturning over my mother editorial from birth. She has never been understand that, you know, someone who has always had to take someone's always had to step in. I would do when I was eighteen you know, I was assigned to repay because their sister, would you know, they had issue. So the next guy in line, you know, so I had to grow real quick NFL myself taking care of stuff. I knew nothing about this is what I would do. And I understand what you're saying. To me. Your mother was the owner of the house, and she is a vulnerable adult. I would pursue it through defects. Through their division that handles cases regarding vulnerable adults because she's been taking advantage. Oh by someone who knew that. She was in a Umbro position not to sell but someone else, and they may be able to lead you to a group or lawyer that would represent turn not you because she is the victim because the property was owned by her. MS correctly. And if I can get you a phone number while we're here, I'll be glad to send your hold on. I hate to keep asking Sean to do things. But he's good at doing them. Hold on in our producer. We'll get your number or Email address. So that I can send you a telephone number where you can call about matters involving Zoellner will adults. Your mother is one was one and someone took advantage of her. Oh. Fraudulently transferred their property that might be an avenue for you to get some legal assistance. Sounds good to me. Well, thank you so much for calling when we appreciate your hold it on Warren. Thank you for your time. Don't hang up. Stay on the Sean. We'll get to you. Thank you so much. You're listening to sisters-in-law news and talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay. They are real sisters. Jettison davita methods are the sisters in law..

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"warren davis" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

10:02 min | 2 years ago

"warren davis" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Good afternoon. Welcome back. Thirteen eighty W A O K we have Warren Davis on the line from Atlanta with a legal question. Hey, warren. How are you? Um well is this individual? This is Janice is on the line. Dan. Funny. Seriously, a twin sixteen my mother's house was fraudulently taken someone's house. The documents thing that she sold the house. She was born mentally ill. She's never had a job never paid the Bill. At the time. She was living in assisted living. She was always on the twenty four hour watch or care if we went somewhere someone took her so twenty sixteen we went up she agreed to sell the house that we abandon because a mold and the the buyers attorney discovered that the d- had already been transferred and the same day it was transferred again. So now, I'm in a situation where she and I both agreed to get rid of this house. We neither one of us wanted to go back. Least have something to take away. So she can join the rest of her life. She pays last year in October. And come to find out that someone had already fraudulently taken the house. So did the same day. I record have the. Was it was recorded in the state of Georgia and Fulton County courthouse in Atlanta, Georgia. Have the numbers and everything? But she my mother could not hold the ink pen. You know, it's like how can you? She signed everything what they point in her life. But how can you even though she couldn't even hold into San x? You know, we, you know, our appointed. Power of attorney. I I was assigned her to be her Representative payee for her social security checks out eighteen and four to five. Now last year I've been taking care of her nineteen ninety eight to two thousand eight found assisted living to assist me with her care Audi. Ultimately, responsible in this situation came out to where is she supposedly sold the house. And you know, it's like, okay, if this lady's non ambulatory Habashi there is she's living into living who took her. And they're, you know, in the documents are just forced and filed because there is no burden of proof would the records department. You can go and find anything you want. So subsequently the house was taken. And so the same day from my understanding maybe so two or three tabs. Me ask you a couple of questions. First of all, let me say, oh, my condolences on the loss of your mother. And I also commend you for having taken care of your mother with care that you did there for the years that you did you did a wonderful work because most humans can't do what you did. I know you did everything you could. But somebody it appears took advantage of your mother. Do you have a copy of the D now to know to whom the property was transferred to firsthand when it was transferred out of your mother's ownership. Yes. Yes, ma'am. His name is Brielle ehrenberg. I have the page number d book number five six five two three page number four four four patient before for five AM patient before for. So you have. Yes. I also have the name of the notary who notarize all these paper because someone had to show a with north for this transition take place, if this person notarize it knowing that this was a fake ID or not the person, you just know the rest to at least maybe three documents knowingly that this is not a illegal transaction. Well, the Notre notary is probably the least not culpable. But the last person that you might wanna pursue, Janice. I just wanted to ask that question. So the no weather who he should sue. And it would seem that Mason who received the deed. There was supposed to be signed over from your mother to that person that I don't want to get into the names anymore. Right. Would be the person that you would follow civil suit. Right. And and I have done everything from a from a citizen standpoint. No have you found the lawsuit? That's what I'm asking. No, ma'am. I have the only thing I was able to do with limited resources was filed the affidavit. In the book notice notify anyone who's interested in the property that this was a fraud from the beginning and never mind all the subsequent people who bought into it. But the transfer may to that twenty six twenty sixteen. Yeah. You need to move and found a lawsuit against that person. The only issue is all right in the name. I did all the research at coup from Simpson standpoint that person does not exist from what I see is like is a fictitious name that. And it's like, it makes sense because you transfer the very same date from this fictitious name to somebody else who actually does exist. But it doesn't matter about second person. Who does exist needs to be sued? Right. And and and that's kind of my problem. I've kind of take this legally contacted voucher lawyer services. Georgia Lawson division of agent services that seniors we'd love project. I've caught any governmental entity a decade Cinco. Attorney probably. Individ the league with every attorney wanted anywhere from ten to thirteen thousand dollars. He looked at the case looking at the facts, they all agree very easily win. But it's is is is commanding the the the judgment at the end of the case. You can't make a person pays well. The property back over though, and you can sell the property. Yeah. This particular case is one of very few cases that I'm that. I have heard of we're actually getting the property back might be the most important thing. Right. Right. And she and my biggest issue is when I contacted legal aid. They tell me that. There was an issue took up came about eighty five or eighty six where it will be a conflict of interest. If they got involved initially. She told me hold on, sir. I have someone who can take care of this for you. Don't worry about it. You know? Call for a second. And then she came back to the phone, and it's like a will something happen. You know during this time period, and and there's a conflict of interest where we're concerned, you know, she could tell me if it was representing my grandmother. My mother someone in the family or some outside. It's. Snowed that part of it. Where was your name on the deed as well? The term. No. And was your name on the deed at the time somebody fraudulently transferred the property, no power of attorney over my mother editor from birth. She has never been understand that you know, you know, someone has always had to take. He always had to step in. When I would do when I was eighteen I you know, I was assigned to rip because their sister would you know, bad issue. So I'm the next guy in line. You know, so I had to grow up real quick. And I found myself taking care of stuff. I knew nothing about this is what I would do. And I understand what you're saying. To me. Your mother was the owner of the house, and she is available adult. I would pursue it through defects. Through their division that handles cases regarding vulnerable the doubts because she's been taking advantage. Oh by someone who knew that. She was in about Umbro position not to sell but someone else, and they may be able to lead you to a group or lawyer that would represent turnout you because she is the victim because the property was owned by her correctly. And if I can get you a phone number while we're here, I'll be glad to send your hold on. I hate to keep asking Sean to do things. But he's good at doing them. Hold on our producer will get your number or Email address. So that I can send you a telephone number where you can call about matters involving Zoellner will adults your mother is one oh was one and someone took advantage of her and re. Fraudulently transferred the property that might be an avenue for you to get some legal assistance. Sounds good to me. Well, thank you so much for calling when we appreciate your holding on Warren. Thank you for your time. Don't hang up. Stay on in, Sean. We'll get to you. Thank you so much. You're listening to sisters-in-law news and talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay. They are.

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"warren davis" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"warren davis" Discussed on WTVN

"Lot i mean they've seen my voting record they've seen how i've consistently voted with the president but again i it's not in my dna and i don't think it's in yours the idea of genuflecting before another human being that's something i just i'm not worried to do and it's not the wiring that the founding fathers intended system into my nature is and i've taught my boys to do the same they do it believe me with taps i don't like it but you know they say you know i i like these parts dad but this part over here i totally disagree with and you know the the conundrum i was in was to say i i support the president in s one hundred percent on policy but when he says something crazy or winnie proposes terrorists that are destructive in terms of again the the overall american economy or in particular place like charleston i think it's support to speak up and if we don't do that congress we are tilting the balance of power that the founding fathers designed in one direction away from again article one it's telling that they had us is article one toward article to and what they described with the executive branch tired representative mark sanford mark do you believe that you lost your primary because of trump tweeting about it no i think that was just the icing on the cake i i think the larger construct of the ray it'd probably kept me from going and run off the only couple hundred votes and i wouldn't have put a runoff ended up in to in my life at one both of them but but i think the larger construct of the race was the problem and that was are you one hundred percent trump or not and i don't believe in blind allegiance to anything but the constitution and to consume conservative principles and therefore it is important that again i agree with the administration all all they've gotten right and that's a whole lot but it's equally important that i speak out against for instance tariffs that i think are gonna i mean they have the possible they bring with them the possibility of undermining all the good it's fun regulatory reform and all that's been done on tax reform and so i i you know i did the race became fundamentally about who is more trump and that was race i could win and i think it's telling that my opponent at the inner acceptance speech did this she said we are the party of donald j trump and i could not more wholeheartedly disagree the party is made up of the people who worked in the vineyard for years they've lick stamps and they've put up yard signs and they've helped put out bumper stickers and all the goofy things that go with building a campaign or a political movement that's who the party belongs to it belongs to no one individual in washington dc on a policy note on this because you're talking about tariffs and you're talking about kind of giving in to the executive because fundamentally it's not about trump it's about that the executive should congress get control of international trade policy as the as the congress as the constitution demands absolutely yeah i mean i remember warren davis has a great bill that's trying to pull back power in that direction i think that congress has been its own worst enemy in hearing to the contract that the founding fathers created and so we need to pull back some power because it's not about donald trump it's not about obama it's about again executive versus legislative as designed by the founding father you going from here i don't know figure it out all right mark thanks thanks so much god bless you and thanks for thanks for sending strong for so many rock solid principles i've really grown to admire you thank you so much take care congressman mark sanford reasonable where we all need to be reasonable doesn't seem like he's asking too much day i don't know either i don't know either.

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"warren davis" Discussed on The Veritas Radio Network Preview Channel

The Veritas Radio Network Preview Channel

16:53 min | 2 years ago

"warren davis" Discussed on The Veritas Radio Network Preview Channel

"It's true that per per capita income tends to increase with the GDP albeit at a slower rate rising tides do lift all there. Most boats. But that doesn't mean wages will keep pace with the cost of living, which is one of the reasons, for instance, that a larger share the population is renting homes that at any time in five decades, what is another reason why Michael, and that is because people don't know how to build homes anymore. And the idea of thirty year mortgage has really financed by the federal government has some people. I got a paint this thing, every every five map, I'm a millennial Melouza. I like late evenings with my buddies until eleven pm. I like sleeping in nine or ten. You know, the usual stuff we millennials like. I don't like the prospect, you know, scraping pain off of siding, sweep in the sidewall before things. I'm not interested. Thanks, but no, thanks. Mela words, I am a, you know, I am a died in the wool slacker loser. And I really don't care. I own a house. It really doesn't matter to me. So go ahead and bow out here, right? Remember that clip? And they're used to that we played here couple of times on the, the show of the millennial job interview. So it says here that you're proficient, and you are credited technology. That's very good. You adept of excel now PowerPoint now publisher not really. Exactly. In what area of technology? Are you proficient? Snapchat. Pinterest, Instagram vine Twitter. You know, the big ones surprising to Facebook. That's their old people like might be here in. That's funny. Well, Amy when you're working for be you have to have those kinds of research skills, because, I'll send you to comb through, and get the answers incentive to me, so for that you've got to be really good at technology, I stuff like that. No problem. I'll just ask theory. Just how Siri Siri told me this terrify me that we're all good. Getting the answers tell Siri I want to ready to go at eight sharp each and every morning. I don't understand. Why don't you understand what you just said? You don't understand be ready to go. No, you said a right Lewis. A like in the morning. Yes in the morning. Yeah. That kind of work for me, who gets ate ice ska- with my boyfriend and pears until, like three in the morning. I don't even get to Starbucks until, like ten more order Mike 'Grande IT law, take three pumps, give milk whitewater two percent film extra, but not too hot. So it's okay, I work best in the morning at ten forty five. Wow. Amy. I don't take we're going to be good fit. Why are you so negative? I can send your hostilities and right now I am not feeling very safe. I've been here for over five minutes. And the only nice said to me with nice resume, which I typed all night for this meeting with you. You've given me. No guidance nobility known Kirkman. No supervision is their HR director somewhere HR director. Yes, I need to speak to someone. I may have to take off today's a mental Health Day today. All Amy, Amy look at me. Go work here. Are you firing me? Okay. Yes. She says. I firing me. Matter of fact I am. We all know someone like this be. Unfortunately, it's all too true. So that millennial type there year that would be person would not participate in any kind of an economy, certainly not one where actual labor was required. Now back to Michael Warren Davis. Hey, pause. Michael, Warren Dave's I'm gonna come back this, but he basically his theme is he gets into the middle of this piece. And he starts quoting e f Schumacher church plays Hutton speaks and Davidson listens. No, no, no. The other other Hutton Schumacher, he wrote a book and nine hundred seventy two. Cold small is billable. Joseph Pierce road. Fresh of that book in nineteen ninety eight called small is still beautiful. And what Warren here says is, you know, people are starting to get tired of gigantism. They're just starting to sense that something wrong here now we hear on crusade channel and talking about this for two and a half almost three years now. And I ask you, you people. Hang on. I'm gonna come back to this discussion here because the economics that are talked about in the EPA you're the ones that you and I should be talking about. And that's what makes the crusade channel and the conversations that we have here different than anything else, you're going to find on radio or television today. We don't we aren't the answer crusade channel and cruiser general hosts, we're not the answer. We promote the solution. We're not the solution to the fall, we promote this Lucia by the by sense. He's out of the closet. Now there's a message into chat room that almost all of you are not in it. Mike church dot com right now. Chatter. William. My friend, my friend William. With golfer. Phil mickelson. Miniature please, get begging caller, and, and Tennessee economics. Well, this is why this is important. William is posing with Phil Mickelson all buddy, buddy, smile in chummy and all that. That's how I can authenticate the auction item that I have at. Barbeque or brotherhood dot com. Now, I don't know why. No one is jumped on this to go make a bid on it. It is a two thousand ten master's flag. Green flag flagstick flag from the eighteenth green to one day have eighteen green. It is a two thousand ten master's flag. It's embroider with masters on their signed by Phil Mickelson where you're going to get one of those, but why? What? Okay, we'll go go ahead. Go spend a thousand dollars. Go to gust and try and get Mikkelsen to sign. Go ahead. I've got one have three I got two thousand ten thousand four hundred thousand six flank. Said to me by William. That's how we can authenticate the flag and a signature because William knows Phil so Mickelson kind of did donate this for the barbeque or brotherhood auction off. And I asked William I didn't just privately I got this leg game. I'm gonna I asked him. I said, do you gave it to me to give to you mind? If I sell it for the kids, and he goes, absolutely Mike. If you need another one. Let me get filled sign now. What else is in that auction item, barbeque or brotherhood dot com? That's just I still I'm shocked at that thing has not been forwarded around. And there are no bids especially considering. The cause children suffering brain cancers, also have a KPMG baseball cap or golfers cap to fill wears at every turn tournament. You could see him walk into fairways with it. This one is actually warn by Phil autographed on the brim. Phil mickelson. We also have a glove a Callaway glove that left wears on mistake Calloway glove, you could see him wearing tournaments. Don't know what tournament award. This one in autographed. Warn autograph by Phil Mickelson who just won the world championships golf in Mexico City, by the way. And here's a favorite to win gust again, this year the starting bid is five hundred bucks. I mean, come on. There's a golf fan out, you know what even if it's not you. It's listening right now. Kim on dude. You don't know someone that would. Got that would love to have that in their earn cave, but whatever. Go make a bid on it today. Barba Coa brotherhood dot com. All right. Denise in. Tennessee is on telephones as winding on having calls. I am delighted to say I have one, and it is the niece, niece, your first up here today on the Mike church show here on the crusade channel king-size truth from radio sire, speakers at eight four four five two seven eight seven two three, are you doing? I'm doing great. How you doing? My i'm. Well, thank you very much. Reggie cold. What's on your mind? I would've called earlier. I don't use my cellphone and receptions, not real good at my house, and you keep buffer in, but I was listening to your especially in about parenting and Agassi. In the private schools. The letter that you read. Yup. And it all just kinda hit me because. My husband and I adopted three kids fourteen years ago. They were young at the time and in the middle child. My daughter became a teenager. We had already decided to them, school them. They were in a Catholic school until we relocated to Tennessee from Vermont, where liberal how to get out of there. And so we moved to kind of burn the bible belt. And so we're gonna trust them to the public school system. And it took about two years to realize that was a mistake. So I pulled him out and I started a home school, and we even had a cooperative with parents teach in, it's a Christian group. So I don't know how my daughter that. So. This led by culture because she was really those to anything except the Christine kids, supposedly, but I guess even them. Parents, just don't watch it much as they used to. And I was on them. I'm silly to try to monitor what they did online and I bought my daughter. Weather doing messaging. Triple X rated type Nisa. Ching, what's what? What, what, yeah. Denise Eaton how eight fifteen fifteen teen. Pardon me for my directness feel free free to tell me to go pound saying. Now, was she in gauging her photographing herself engaging in triple X? Where she just watching it here thing. Here's Hewlett kicking nude self. More sending them to strangers. You know, I, I can I remember having this conversation when my girls got the, the phones smartphones, and I remember telling them and I still tell them don't be stupid. Don't ever ever ever take a photograph of yourself without your clothes on. I don't care who you're sending to what promise, they've made of what they're going to do with it or not going to do with the fact they get Snapchat deleted or whatever happens once it's out there you can't ever get it back. You'll regret it to the day. You died. Don't do it. I tried to put the fear of God into the tell them look horn dogs are out there in our pedophile, and they want you to post picture and believe me they found a way to get it. Yeah. They did. They did. And what really really got me during the kind of service at our church. I brought her along and he had just. Will keep it away or virginity? She loves this guy or she gave it away. I love that. Minute boyfriend place. Hey, can I just want to give it to you? Yeah. Yeah. I mean really? Broke my heart more fun coming back lowly. But she's planning that she went into the national with at our service. She came out in the would forgive her what she said because I told them I wasn't sorry. So, so she went into confession reconciliation, and she confessed the sin, but then wouldn't do the actor contrition, right. She did. She wasn't sorry. Did other things. Sorry. Sorry. Wow. That's a busy, she couldn't. And I think it's all things like it started right after confirmation. And I thought. Confirmation is what sensitive after. But I think it's more like the devil had already gotten a hold of for four it while she was hearing, because she was likely in a state of been at the time confirmation, and therefore the gift of fear could not work on. You know, this is an area, theology that I it as a struggle with because m my, my preschool chuckles at me. I'll come of damn before mash and I'll say father. I need to I need to get to two chicken fashion. Can't get up in front of the congregation and do your announcement. If a total state of grace and. Go like it's an announcement I know I don't want to have anything to do with anything that has anything to do with the mass unless, you know, I, I can do it all in, and I'll tell you what he told me one or another one told me that I asked about it told me, you know. You should go to confession and you should confessor send you should get absolution. But just so you'll know if you know how to make a perfect active contrition and you do it over that sent or this whatever the sin may be. God is going to accept that, but he still wants you to go to the priest because he wants you to participate in the sacrament, and he wants his holy Representative to assign you appendi- so. But you gotta be contrite. And if you're not sorry for it won't matter. And.

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"warren davis" Discussed on The Veritas Radio Network Preview Channel

The Veritas Radio Network Preview Channel

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"warren davis" Discussed on The Veritas Radio Network Preview Channel

"De growth, instead suggest wellbeing is better maximize through sharing work consuming less and, and devoting more time to family culture and community. The party supports a twenty hour working week. Can I sign up? As a matter of fact, on an average week here on a crusade channel. That's how long this show was on twenty hours. And monthly stipends for the unemployment and debt Reno renegotiation. And then Mike Warren Davis says this is a new kind of heterodox economics both the protections. Donald Trump into socialist Bernie Sanders insisted their respective ideologies would be a boon to the GDP, laze fare types argued that both were naive and dangerously. So, but what can any of them say to 'em five s? The party committed working against such economic games in the first place. Their program is backed up by poles. Not the Bose. But. PO. L. L S poll VIP pose. Then he goes on what this may mean. And he and then warranted degrom does a government policy. Strikes me as absurd an unworkable, but the I but the idea that the economy is just too big too cumbersome to impersonal is a perfectly valid one. When our market fundamentalist friends, insist on the importance of economic growth, we hear this, all the time from sear votives, and libertarians while that matters GDP going up, right? No. That's not all that matters. Huge wafts of the American electorate must ask themselves. Why?.

"warren davis" Discussed on The Veritas Radio Network Preview Channel

The Veritas Radio Network Preview Channel

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"warren davis" Discussed on The Veritas Radio Network Preview Channel

"Don't put it off and consider also, if you have charitable giving to do all to give this land. I think that's a good place to give them that in that ended a crusade. But. Let me thank Jeffrey core. Jeff courson? Thank you. Daniel mirror. Daniel monday. Thank you. Chris. Stiffling. Thank you, John, Whitney. Thank you. Douglas louis. Thank you. Raymond salazar. Thank you didn't Opole do something two days ago. Pose. Okay. Already already thanked if I already think the poll, but I'm then I'm not thanking him again. He is the poll after world. How do you think? Pohlak. Get lost. Kidding polls going charge. Why I think all of this abuse continue hand out the me. All I do is send your bottles of scotch and continue to crusade channel, and this is how you treat friend. I have an article here by Michael, Warren Davis is. Fantastic. By the by we heavy telephone here the number to call me and be on this show is eight four four five two seven eight seventy three. Title of the and this is today's pile of prep title as well scrapping economics. And starting over now I sent a tweet out to mid Amidror Davis earlier today asked him if he knew that Joseph Pearson. I actually host the piercing truth radio show and have covered all the stuff that he covered in this in this piece here. And if covered it from the point of view that Joseph wrote a follow booked e f Schumacher's small is beautiful small is still beautiful, and it is a subject of four on demand episode that you can get right now. Go ahead, keep sitting on your hands and not download them to a couple of hundred of you their free, but we can't force them into years. The peer seen true episode two four six and eight are all about solidarity distribute issed economics, small is still beautiful. Here's a Davis wrote in part. Having garnered almost one third of the votes in this week's Italian elections. The five star movement has emerged as Italy's single largest party. Though, they won't form a government is sheer. They're sure to act as the official opposition to the center, right coalition led by Matteo Salvini and Silvio Berlusconi expect 'em five S's gains to cause panic on both sides of Marcus political aisle. Though usually characterized as green and left libertarian party has tremendous appeal to populist. Right. Progressives won't care for its euroscepticism and moderate immigration, restriction ISM and establishment. Seer to we'll be horrified by support for de growth economics by which they mean quote. Any colleges and anti-capitalist economic policy that views over consumption, as at the heart of environmental problems and social inequality.

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"warren davis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"warren davis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The sports play peter schwarts tomorrow championship sunday the nfl the defending super bowl champion patriots those the jaguars in the afc title game patriots quarterback tom brady questionable with an injured right hand how confident he'll be able to play footsie does it work who's brought this up gatt always rather practiced gear at sweet concrete you we have the top again sunday physically capable stay brady participated in practice yesterday kick off tomorrow 300 five eastern time that it's the nfc championship game with eagles hosting the vikings eagles head coach doug peterson says the mindset is like any other game tried to go into it with the same approach um you know you you don't you don't do anything crazy as far as uh you know just do the things that gash in that position gotcha there in the first place and you know once you get into the flow the game it's it's football off tomorrow six forty eastern time at the australian open women's top seed simona halla beat american warren davis four six six four and fifteen 13 in a match that lasted three hours and forty four and minutes halla found a way to survive in advance i just gift playing i just keep believing that uh is not over havelenge she's leading a little bit more i gave everything they had today and the.

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"warren davis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"warren davis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Spurs eighty six eighty three kyle lowry scored nine of his twenty four points in the fourth quarter it was the grizzlies over the king's what i was six to eighty eight wizards with a forty five point third quarter they beat the pistons warned 221 twelve also from the nba the hornets reportedly have made allstar point guard kemba walker available in the trade fox allstar forward yannis tenenkou bottom a tonight's game against the sixers with a right knee soreness college basketball it was number nine michigan state over indiana eighty five to fifty seven spartans now seventeen three tomorrow's championship sunday in the nfl the defending super bowl champion patriots will host the jaguars in the afc title game patriots quarterback tom brady quashed the ball with an injured right hand it how confident is that he'll be able to play footsie visit were you will deprive with up to tell him with yet always rather practice in it yeah absolutely concrete you will be at the top of your game on sunday physically capable hosted brady participated in practice yesterday kick off tomorrow 300 five easter and that it's six forty eastern the nfc championship game between the vikings in eagles that the australian open women's top seed simona halep survives beating american the warren davis four six six four and fifteen 13 in a match that lasted three hours and forty four minutes halard found a way to survive in advance and just gift playing had just keep believing that uh is not over havelenge she's leaving i need to be more i gave everything i had today and the action them really proud that i could stay there and winning was not the seattle she played great bottles sets of two hours twenty two whether it's the complete also men's number two seed roger federer advances or straw rates a win over richard gasquet yet in the nhl canadians over the caps three to panthers fourgoal the night's three that was in overtime the ducks over the.

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"warren davis" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"warren davis" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"Yes he and radio sports sick hello there nomore more grabbing the nfl has its conference championship game set for sunday in new england and philadelphia for what is not said is in the afc the health the patriots quarterback tom brady he injured his throwing hand wednesday limited a practice friday and their war gloves friday on both hands was pressconference reporters peppered grady with questions and the quarterback of beta them like he was trying to evade the jacksonville pass rush this debate danny amadullah equally evasive when asked about backup brian hoyer and were arrested prime laghi today to own the ball low and in the ball off will other liz work move though few rows his crime the most be quarterback so um boys replaceable for a long time and so style all right by the way brady officially listed as questionable for the game sunday good hey we got first till last ball coverage of the australian open right now on espn 2 and the espn apple demandside unseeded american pennies sand grit as one in reached the fourth round for the first time in a major sank gripped beating germany's max martyr of in four sets thank our will now wife fifthseeded dominic team of austria on the lady side the mona have had to go twenty eight games in the third and final set to knock off unseeded warren davis 15th thirteen by kollek.

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"warren davis" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"warren davis" Discussed on WEEI

"Yes we and radio sports said hello there mamar gravity the nfl has its conference championship game set for sunday in new england and philadelphia but what is not said is in the afc the health of patriots quarterback tom brady he issued his throwing hand went state limited a practice friday and their war gloves friday on both hands was pressconference reporters peppered grady with questions and the water back of beta dem like he was trying to evade the jacksonville pass rush this debate danny amadullah equally evasive when asked about backup tp brian hoyer groundwater or rask i am a good today to throw the ball low and in the ball off blow other news of working with those two guys congress's ryan the both good quarterback so um poised to play football for a long time and so style tom all right by the way brady officially listed as questionable for the game sunday against jacksonville hey we got first till last full coverage of the australian open the right now on espn 2 and the espn apple demandside unseeded americans penny sand grit as one in reached the fourth round for the first time in a major sacred beating germany's max martyr in four sets thank our will out white defeated dominic team of austria of on the ladies side the mona have had to go twenty eight games of the third and final set the knock off unseeded warren davis 15th.

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"warren davis" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"warren davis" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Tournament in louisville kentucky the lady eagles finished the tournament with a record of five into with both lost his coming to the eventual tournament champion faith chris june out of elizabeth's and kentucky tipple finished up the year with an overall record of thirty two and seven the lady eagles who do not lose a player to graduation or two and one in pool play on friday before advancing to the finals on saturday the lady eagles were led this weekend killed by junior rachel butler who is the only upperclassmen all the team freshman lexi stewart and warren davis led the team in assist fellow freshman grace butler and what clark were among the team leaders and kills coach treaty dash of members of the tip of all it all team will be guest on the october twenty eight th edition of the coffee coach show to talk about their spectacular season a master mechanic always works on your vehicle at clough were automotive cbs news update president trump says he has pause to pay respects to fall in military members i think i've called every family of somebody that's died and it's the hardest goal to make and i said it very loud and clear yesterday the hardest thing for me to do is do that that's from fox news radi jio to the white house and correspondent stephen portnoy at his news conference here yesterday president trump's seemed to say he's gone further than his predecessors not only writing the families of the fallen but calling them as well he suggested it's more than barack obama did former obama staffers called that vicious slander today mr trump brought the experience of his chief of staff into the mix general john kelly as marine son died in afghanistan in 2010 the white house says kelly never got a call from president obama white house visitor records indicate that kelley did attend a white house breakfast six months later breakfast for gold star families president trump says he will be calling families of four us service members killed in an ambush this month in this year cbs news update i'm dave barrett.

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