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"Other man, and we're so together right here in the court way, have immense amount of trust in each other, and we'll get out here and play together. We can achieve anything that on CBS sports so and see Double A Who final, Gonzaga and Baylor. Washington. Now we're security at the U. S. Capitol is very much back in the spotlight just as it was being eased three months after the pro Trump riot of January this after Friday's barrier confrontation that left the Capitol police officer and would be intruder dead. Hyo Congressman Tim Ryan chairs the House subcommittee that oversees the Capitol Police. Yeah, I think we'll be reviewing everything a Tous point, including the fencing. Ryan says Congress needs to reach a bipartisan agreement over security at the Capitol correspondent Tom Hanson about the pandemic. Now it has taken about 555,000 American lives. Even his vaccination has stepped up some states and cities air having trouble WCBS Radio's Steve Burns. This is one of the downsides to opening eligibility to quickly, says City Council member Mark Levin. When we do it without adding supply. It does create imbalance, and it does cried out older people, according to the CDC, New York ranks 44th in the country and getting shots to those 65 up. Levine says the federal government needs to rethink how it's allocating supply. We got data this week that shows that over 70% of new cases are caused by one of these more contagious variants, he says. It's in the national interest to ramp up supplied a variant hot spots. So those variance stones spread further on Michigan's governor, Gretchen Witnesses also making the Same request to ramp up vaccines..
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"Year after a covert outbreak at a Washington state nursing home kick started the American pandemic that county reporting for the first time. Zero new cases in long term care centers in Miami 55 year old Isabel people defied science She battled covert for 150 days with oxygen levels. Doctors called unlivable actually told the family have numerous occasions. Unfortunately, like she was going to pass away if he says it was God's miracle, Also in L. A. The Hollywood foreign This association handed out its golden global words with the late Chadwick Boseman, posthumously winning best actor Accepting was his widow, Taylor. Simone. Lead word he would say something beautiful. Something inspiring. Something that would Amplify that little voice inside of all of us. That tells you you can that tells you to keep going that on NBC political conservatives meeting in Orlando and the world heard a new From the most famous ex president in the world. Former President Donald Trump didn't launch a 2024 presidential campaign has some might have expected. But he did reassert his leadership over the Republican Party sharply attacked GOP critics and his successor. President Biden, correspondent at O'Keefe, the focus of sexual harassment accusations. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issues an apology. Here's WCBS Radio Steve Burn after it first looking to make his own appointment to lead an investigation into his alleged sexual harassment. New York governor Andrew Cuomo eventually handed the reins over to the state attorney general. Following bipartisan condemnation across the state. The governor also issued a statement apologizing to anyone who quote misinterpreted his comments as unwanted flirtation. He allegedly asked a 25 year old staffer about her sex life and if she'd have sex with an older man late word from Texas, not one of that state's largest and oldest electrical power co operatives is filing for bankruptcy protection..
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"She's known and potential benefits outweigh its known a potential risks with clear evidence that the vaccine may be affected in preventing covert 19 now becomes the third US vaccine approved against a pandemic virus. With Maura about the Johnson and Johnson version. CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Vegas very easy to distribute rather than the freezing temperatures required for the orderly vaccines, and this could be distributed to under certain parts of the country in areas that don't have accessibility to these large freezers. So just how is vaccination going over all of correspondent Allison Keyes. The Kaiser Family Foundation says that 55% of all adults now say they have either had one dose or will get one as soon as they can. That's up from 34% of December. But before percent of black adults and 26% of Latino adults are stillborn, inclined than whites to take a wait and see approach. About one in five Americans say they will only get vaccinated if required to for school or work covert 19, now responsible for close to 500. 12,000 U. S deaths. President Biden's nearly $2 trillion package of pandemic related economic stimulus and many other things. One Marrow party line approval in the House. It now goes to the U. S. Senate. The plan includes $1400 direct payments for most Americans. It also extends and expands $400 weekly unemployment checks. And spends billions more on vaccine distribution schools and rental assistance. Correspondent Kristina Ruffini in New York a second sexual harassment claim against the governor. WCBS Radio is Maria Garcia Governor Cuomo, now requesting an independent review after another former aide has come forward with sexual harassment accusations. She claims that Cuomo harassed her late last spring during the height of the covert pandemic, reportedly bullying her. She says, quote. He made me feel as if I were no good at my job. It reportedly shares him sexually charged conversations. But it is statement, Cuomo says. I never made advances. Nor did I ever intend to act in any way that was inappropriate. In New York City, a big rally against hate crimes targeting Asian Americans. There have been quite a few right there. Mayor Bill de Blasio anyone Commits on act of hatred against the Asian American community will be found will be arrested will be prosecuted. This is authorities investigate vandalism and fire at a Buddhist temple in Los Angeles. This is CBS News. Traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three. It's 12 03, and we got some trouble in a few spots right now traveling on the local connector heading south found towards Route three. Right right approaches Route three. We do have a crash there. We've got some pretty serious delays through there. That's going to take an extra few minutes to get through it. So just be careful. You're going to get through it. You're gonna be just fine. Once you do. It's only gonna be a couple minutes or so to get through it. But just be patient. In the meantime, North bound on route 93 by route 60 that's in the Medford area. Right around exit 33. We've got another crash and another pretty good set of delays through there and traffic is is you're squeaking by in one spot traveling on that road way too heading towards route 93 South bound and route 1 25 In an end over we do have a work zone. We don't have an act of work through this night. But we do have an active work zone, and that's going to slow you down just a little bit. Traveling down to the South. All is well on routes three and 24 95 traveling closer to downtown all this reasonably well short delay on store drive towards leverage circle. The submarine Callahan Tunnel is doing well right now, and the Prudential Tunnel, eastbound and westbound overnight work overnight minor delays. It.
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"For original reporting on that Piper In New York hospitals air fast approaching capacity in a number of states and the Miami area again ordered restaurants closed as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases begins to climb and those fears they'll go even higher due to picnics and pool parties from coast to coast. Where videos and photos emerged of many people, mask lists and not social distancing confirmed Corona virus cases air rising in 41 states and the District of Columbia. The percentage of test coming back positive for covert 19 is increasing in 39 states. West Virginia's joining the growing list of states with the mandatory master mandate. Governor Jim Justice where your math, it's the only way we can stop this. In Florida. More than 40 hospitals are at capacity, and restaurants and gyms have been closed again in Miami. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms says she has tested positive for covert 19 and has no symptoms. Jim Priscilla CBS knows at least five Children died in shootings around the country over the holiday weekend. It was violent, with 87 people shot in Chicago in New York, the NYPD says. Yesterday alone, 48 people were shot more from WCBS radios rich lamp Mayor De Blasio's place blame for the dramatic increase in shootings on the courts. They've been shut down by covert restrictions. You got to get the court system up and running. We got to get the D A is doing their work so that we can address folks who are violent in communities and causing harm to their neighbours. NYPD Chief of department Terrence Monahan also blamed the courts, but in addition sided covert related releases from prison in what he called the tremendous animosity toward police rich land for CBS News. New York President Trump lashed out at NASCAR and driver bubble. Wallace suggesting he should apologize after a noose was discovered in his garage stall at a speedway in Alabama. Mr Trump called the incident AH hoax. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany was asked about it this afternoon. The FBI's I noted, concluded that this was not a hate crime, and he believes that go a long way. If Baba came out and acknowledged that as well, Hate getting those robo calls all day. CBS News Legal analyst eight. Rosenbaum says the Supreme Court has bolstered a law banning them. The court acknowledge that the ban on robo calls is very popular, and it would be unconstitutional to single out one type of robo call that was permitted while others were not. The 7 to 2 ruling struck down an exemption to the measure that had allowed automated calls for collection of certain money owed to the government. African American Amy Cooper. The woman who called 911 in Central Park, claiming she was being threatened by a black man who asked her to least her dog has been charged with filing a false police report. This is CBS News. CBS News Radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world. We give you the coverage. You, Khun Trust, breaking news. Traffic alert. All exits of I five in Seattle to Mercer Street are closed all exits and entries at Mercer Street Toe. I five are closed right now for a protest. Started about an hour ago in downtown Seattle and has moved north. About 200 people are involved. And the Seattle City Council has just passed a new business tax. It is a payroll tax on most companies that pay out more than $7 million a year. It will imply to employees making more than $150,000 a year and will be paid by the businesses. 27 year old man suspected of driving on a close Seattle freeway and hitting two protesters, killing one was in court this afternoon. His bail was set at $1.2 million. The driver fled in his car and was stopped by state troopers A few minutes after the crash early Saturday morning, state troopers gave him a field sobriety test and say he did not appear to be impaired by drugs or alcohol. No motive is being given for his action. A decision on charges against him is expected Wednesday. The person he killed was identified as 25 year old summer, Taylor Taylor worked at a Seattle veterinary clinic that has shut down in mourning and posted this message on it's answering machines. All of our practices are currently closed in response to the tragedy involving one of our team members Summer Taylor. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope you will take a moment to think of summer and everyone who loves them today. The other person hit, is hospitalized and has been upgraded to serious condition. The Seattle woman who was the first person to participate in a covert 19 vaccine trial by Madonna and the National Institutes of Health has just had her 16 weak blood draw Cairo radios Nicole Jennings with more when Seattle resident Jennifer Haller first signed the 45 page release for the Koven 19 vaccine trial, she said she was a little nervous, but she was determined to take part. I have a lot of privilege in my life. I can't take this risk and and a lot of people can't. A lot of people are struggling just to put food on the table and to keep their jobs or to find a job That was really important for me, Tio recognize my privilege in to do something to take a rest of others would not be able to Dio. Now. Almost four months after that first dose, Heller says she's feeling great and has had no side effects. She and the 44 other first phase participants will be monitored for the next year through blood draws. Madonna has said the 1st 8 people to receive the vaccine, including Holler had a strong response to it. This month, 30,000 more people will.
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"But his terrific broadcast in terms of the setting the terminology of of the ice, and I think I gained a lot from that I would listen to him on my shortwave radio. In my living room. And I, you know, basically just Ah, alerted By listening to him and then actually doing some game practice games at the Garden because I was allowed into the broadcast booth after you know, working for Marty doing stats for For Knick games, and then I ended up Subbing. I was working at WCBS Radio four Marty after college. I was a writer and I started to get some shows on the air and I ended up with Jim Gordon wasn't available just to be able to do games. So that's how I really started out. With hockey. No. As you developed as the Rangers regular radio broadcaster you were. I guess Your timing was great because the Rangers were starting to turn the corner as we mentioned. And so the Amytal Francis years of the gag line and Brad Park and any document, where some of the most successful in the history of the franchise even though they never did win the Stanley Cup. But do you have any particular random reminiscences or memories or even special games that you could recall doing in in that era? Well, there are several that stand out. You mentioned. Boom, Boom Geoffrion first goal. It was a power play goal. He is Uh, come to the Rangers for the Montreal Canadians, and on I got to hope Boom Bovary. Well, what he coached. The range is such a Ah, good guy to talk to Uh, and just that hall Ah, just the way he has. Stickhandling was so adept on It just made for. Ah, Good call it was on. I think that was when we were doing the games. You know what I'm doing The full games. There was the pizza. Lousy goal in triple overtime at the Garden beat the Blackhawks. Uh, tie the playoff series of six as I recall, 1971. Semifinals. And remember Bill Chadwick. Uh, really? Well, the Rangers will be impossible to beat in Game seven in Chicago after that emotional of course they lost, you know, so ah! And there was the return of any Giacomini, which was a very, uh, emotional night. At the Garden. Abel was looking to, uh, make changes. I guess this preceded the trade with Boston, The Esposito Hodge. Bread part three weeks, but any came back days after He became a Detroit Red Wayne and The garden crowd was just chanting Eddie, Eddie, and, Ah, he has tears. He took his mask off and it was tears coming from his eyes and, uh, It wasn't one of his great games. But the Rangers had like 40 plus shots, Autumn and Detroit wanted. I think it was like 64 was a high scoring game. Exactly. Ah, the I mean, a range of hands were rooting against their team. They're rooting for Detroit. Every every say that, Jack. Um and made you know they went crazy. And ah Ah, You know what? It came off the ice. It was like a static salvation because he was a very popular Ah player and he loved the ranges of the nine consecutive playoff says You mentioned there was such a good era, but they had John Davidson of the wings. You know, younger gold senator who was a very good gold powder. They they wanted to make a change, but I think maybe I was just looking to break things up. It was not a It was not developing into a good season, so he made the jacket and go on waivers, and you made the deal with the Bruins. And even though would look for 1/2 a dozen years that a mule's rangers might have been the team to win the cup. That didn't happen for nearly 20 more years. And so that brings us to that night of June 14th 1994. We've played your call, actually, twice once the long version, and now I guess the 45 version is they used to call it but I was over exposure. I know that's all right. It's all right. So you get to that night. So what? What? What? What did them What? What? What? What did that night mean to you personally? Well, First of all, there was such a crazy period to me in a good way because the Knicks are playing the Rockets in the N B. A finals on I was doing that for NBC, so I was going Back and forth, and the Crockett series was very good at went seven. You know, the Rockets had a three to leader of that, and then one day I should say the next set of three to leader that of it. Uh, Rockets won the last two in Houston to take the title and I'm going back and forth between Houston and Ah New York. And I'm saying to myself has got to be a game that how he could do and come up with one of the most exciting hockey calls of all time, And it's true. This is Involved stuff on my toe, and he had to figure out, did you? Yeah, they're wass. One of them is what? That was a great call. That was tremendous. Thank you, because it wasn't like a normal hockey call, you know? With the Mato My told my heart, you know that That was really something. Ah and then I was back for Game seven and In my mind. The Rangers were bit much better team and Vancouver but you're in seven games and I think people are getting very nervous. But it was just a great chick is one who grew up. And I'd go to New York Rover games. A lot of people listening, Probably. Might not realise there was a minor league team that played at the garden. Usually in the afternoon of the Rangers play about I'd be going doubleheaders as a kid. Ah, And you know you just never thought of what happened. Ah, and it was nerve wracking because it went to 1/7 game, so Ah, that was one of the great Broadcast thrills. Of my life to be able to, you know, do that. Make the call of the Rangers have won the Stanley Cup. No. Look, you did not have to invite me in to do the second period of that night as well as Game five when they could have one of the first time, but but you did. And that just punctuated, think, right. You do that. That's all right. But you know, so we always know. I want the world to me. Well, I thought it was the right thing to do. And you know you've done from at this job with dad with a bad, um I'm really proud the way it worked out. I remember you visiting me at W. H and on a number of I'm saying running is annoying kid just keeps well,.
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"Ready to go go on a real vacation take the Wilshire nearest R. V. dealer or Pat Cole R. V. dot com CBS news update an uptick in corona virus cases being reported across the country at least six states undocumented New Delhi case records Arizona Oklahoma Oregon Nevada Texas and Florida CBS's Matt Hanson governor Ron DeSantis says the rising covert totals are the result of increased testing of high risk populations in jails and nursing home still Disentis says the state will not stop re opening Dr Anthony Fauci tells WCBS radio doesn't matter where you gather all why you get it when you have situations in which you put into close proximity you increase the risk of transmission there's a new culvert nineteen outbreak in China Asia correspondent raining Inocencio parts of Beijing under lock down again officials they're calling it war time schools closed transport in and out of the city shut down CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez stock market quiet today and the weather's pretty quiet too will have clouds but also some sunshine until early Saturday will be a little bit of rain but it won't be too bad you'll probably miss most of it fifty eight right now the carters Subaru studio and coming up our chief food enjoy your I'm guessing that the title that you gave her yes yeah Rachel CFE she's next she's gonna talk about cutting restaurants some slack.
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"Three an appeals court turning down Harvey Weinstein's request this week to move his rape trial out of New York City just ahead of today this Wednesday's planned opening statements more from WCBS radio reporter Orla diamond this morning prosecutors plan to show the jury photos of winds dean six accusers in their opening statement but before they begin the judge will hear the defense's motion to get rid of a juror they claimed light on her application by not citing that she recently wrote a book about young women dealing with sexual advances from older
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"W. CBM Baltimore brains March on to the Eastern away from us overnight tonight place a bright midweek weather and then more rain coming up from the goal for the weekend ahead with more heavy some answer right down to fifty three sunshine Wednesday high sixty five forty six Wednesday night sixties and seventies for Thursday I meteorologist Scott more and more from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty W. CBM the number you should be in the studios are sponsored by a safe retirement solution col rod Beroe today for that solution for ten to six six eleven twenty coming Saturday November ninth Gordon setter to legendary highway to the eagles and one of the premier yachts rock bands of the east coast both the house rolls concerts the I. D. and early Gordon setter dot com boathouse row one night only Saturday night November night at seven presented by WCBS radio two thirteen seventy six to talk to George Noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three four west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype use Skype named George nine seven three one three cent Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one this is coast to coast AM with George Noory and we get your emails and will read a few to dock wallet from critical health news dot com as we are heading for record hits on their website folks I need five hundred of you in the next five minutes to go to critical health news dot com and slam them just take a look at some of the things they're doing critical health news dot com do it from your smartphone do it from your table top your desktop and also the toll free number to call for assistance one eight five five nine four nine radio one eight five five nine four nine seven two three four we will be back with more.
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"Experts worry the recordings could get into the wrong hands because humans review them Steve Rappaport fox news and I'm Carmen Roberts and this is fox news. W. CBM Baltimore was forecast doesn't read like the last week of September we're talking highs near ninety for the weekend and it's going to be warm into early October also is really not sold next weekend not this weekend but next weekend see some cooler numbers show up your Baltimore sixty one overnight tonight will weigh ins Friday near ninety weekend and just a Stree storm up possible for the weekend your seven. I mean urologist got more and more from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty W. C. broadcasting live from the W. C. B. M. safe retirement solutions studios call rolled to roll it for ten to six six eleven twenty role on the web is safe retirement solutions dot com coming Saturday November nine Gordon setter to legendary. a tribute to the eagles and one of the premier yachts rock bands of the east coast both the house roll concerts the I. D. and early bird tickets are available now Gordon center dot com. the boathouse role one night only Saturday night November nine seven resented by WCBS radio two thirteen seventy. live from the city of angels this is coast to coast AM with George Noory and in a moment you're going to beat the newest member of the coast to coast teem our new investigative reporter this person will appear monthly on the program and eventually in the little room for a couple months will expand from a couple hours tonight to a three hour program as well so we will be back introduce you to the newest member of the coast to coast team in a moment on coast to coast area well while adults make prime targets for identity thieves.
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"Carmen Robert this. W. CBM Baltimore it is a hot stretch of weather for us no doubt about that are typical I have some here in the middle seventies and we own the way that. and fifteen degrees above that. sixty one overnight tonight eighty six degrees for Thursday with some afternoon cloud cover and then temps are knocking on the door ninety degrees and not far off of daily records the weekend coming up and into early on October. I'm meteorologist Scott Lori more from the weather channel for top forty six eighty W. C. W. CBM studios are sponsored by save retirement solutions call rod Perot we today at four one zero two six six eleven twenty or on the web at safe retirement solutions dot com coming Saturday November ninth Gordon setter two legendary bands. a tribute to the eagles and one of the premier yachts rock bands of the east coast both the house rolls. concerts the I. D. and early. Gordon center dot com. boathouse role one night only Saturday night November nine seven resented by WCBS radio two thirteen seventy. to talk to George Noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype use Skype name George nine seven three one three send Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one this is coast to coast AM with.
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"Eighty WCBS. The following WTVN program has been prerecorded at this time in defensive truth is sponsored by the cub hill bible Presbyterian church. The opinions heard on this program are not necessarily those of WCBS radio. It's time now for indefensible truth from Baltimore, Maryland, daily commentary on the news as it happens in the light of God's prophetic word now here with this challenge for Christian Americans to defend faith and freedom is David Lewis. Christian greetings to one and all this is Reverend David Lewis within defensive truth radio ministry. Cub hill bible Presbyterian church in Baltimore saying God bless each. And every one of you thanking God again this day for another day of life another day of blessing another day of opportunity another day that maybe we can try to not take for granted show much of what he does for us. It's easy to just overlook things. I know I understand that. I'm busy too. But we do need to stop every now and not just at this time of year when the country sets aside a day of thanksgiving, we need to thank God each and every day for all that he does in our life. Good and a bad. You know, he does. Now the trials he does allow evil things to present themselves to us and these things. Are warning experiences for sure their opportunities to draw closer to God is we can not find our way out of trouble. But he certainly knows to way and we need to to him and we need to embrace him. We need to seek him. We need to get into his word, and then get even more deeply into his word as we look to navigate this journey called life that he has placed us on. But before we get away from the official thanksgiving atmosphere if you will. Because already Christmas is in the air. It doesn't take long. It's actually been in the air around here for about a month now, and again, another holiday we should not have to set aside one day each year, even as a charge to recognize the birth of our savior Jesus Christ. Good that we do. It's good that we publicly make that known to the world, but we should be thankful each and every day of our lives. Jesus. In fact, came to this earth in a body a body that was prepared for him by God, the father that he might give up that body that he might hang on the cross and die in shed his innocent, perfect precious blood perfect blood. That is the only agent if you will that can cleanse us of our sins. And so we should be thankful each and every day for that. So let's give thanks to God for all that he has provided again in our nation. The natural resources alone would be enough. But he's gone even beyond that. He's given us mercy. He's given us grace. He's given us intelligent people down through the years people with God, we wisdom when I say intelligent people. I wanna make sure I include God be people in that as well. Yes. There have been many people who have not found the ward who had been brilliant who have invented things you have come along and made life easier for us and thank God for placing them. Here, you know, of the great advantages down through the through two years stood recent years to recent centuries, of course, have come from here in the United States of America. I don't think that's an action. And I think that the Lord has blessed us and by extension the entire world because of the people who he has placed here, he gathered. So. Many men godly men together at the founding of our country to put a constitution in place that had its moorings on the scriptures of his holy word. And for a while we stuck to that. But as the years went on more and more progressive element, deliverable element, the socialist element, the Marxist element. You can describe it in many ways has found footing in our land. But yet God still reigns. A man he's still on his throne. He is still sovereign. He is still in control. He is still in charge. He is the one and the only God, and it is to him that we bow down. And that we give our praise honor and glory, and I do thank him as well for President Donald Trump again. I know that's a highly charged statement in some circles, and I'm not about to sit here and say, Donald Trump is a believer or even a true conservative. But he is demand. God has. Is chosen to lead our nation at this particular time, and he has done some good things. He is brought some relief. Let's say economic relief to many people in the land, and it has made their lives better. And will it continue? I don't know talk about that a little bit is broadcast goes on. But just since Donald Trump took office not even two years ago, yet not until about the middle of January. But since he took office, there's three and a half million new jobs. Unemployment among the youth. The young people here in America is lower than it's been in fifty years. Fifty years I'm coming up on my fiftieth high school reunion. So I think back fifty years when I was working for ninety cents an hour after school and on the weekends. And of course in fifty years. So you've come a long way. But again, it's it's not happened until President Trump's term in office. Unemployment among veterans is lower than it's been in almost twenty years Americans without ice school diploma. And yes, there are many out there in that condition. Unemployment is now the lowest in our entire history for those folks the same holds true for Americans with disabilities. Blue collar jobs are growing at a faster rate than they have in three decades poverty levels. For. Let's let's call them non white Americans. I'm talking about Hispanics, Asians, black-americans all at the lowest levels ever recorded. And so the economic boom. That is being experienced under. Our president is not only by the wealthy and the middle class. But also by the poor, and that is significant that does not often happen. And so we we sacked Lord. It's the more who chooses our leaders. We we're told into book of Daniel proverbs king. Salman tells us the Lord then turns to hearts of our leaders in whatever way he pleases, and again, he does. So because this is his story. God story that we are living in and he will bring it to its proper conclusion in his proper time and again to be able to benefit from some of the good. I am blessed, and I am very thankful. Now having said all of that. We know there are still problems that we in our nation. I couldn't help but hear the racist overtones and Senator Kamala Harris voice here recently when she went on the attack trying to compare the immigration and customs enforcement agency data, of course, is known by the acronym, ice, she tried to compare them with the Ku Klux Klan, the KKK..
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"Birthright citizenship that is automatic citizenship for anyone born in this country, whether their parents or legal residents or not this could become an issue in at least midterm congressional at least one midterm congressional election in our area, the one between incumbent Long Island, Republican Peter King and his democratic challenger Luebbe. Gretchen Shirley, the website on the issues notes that back in two thousand nine congressman king signed onto a Bill that would have attempted to reinterpret the birthright citizenship clause of the constitution to exclude babies born to many emigrants who are not legal permanent residence. Similarly, yesterday morning, President Trump announced deployment of more than five thousand troops to the Mexico border. To meet the caravan of migrants heading this way from Central America that he's been trying to make a central campaign issue of earlier this year in the spring, congressman king supported deployment of thousands of troops to the border in an interview on WCBS radio. I I do believe there's a real role for the national guard and not just so far is illegal immigration people coming into the country illegally. But there's a real threat from the international Marco terrorist gangs that using the southern border to get yards and drugs into the country. So I think the national guard serves a purpose. Now, we have limitations as to what the military can do that's called the policy conference house. But having said that I do believe they can serve a function of President Bush back in two thousand five two thousand six he sent six thousand national guard swoops out or two years ago personal bombers sent out a few thousand national guards hoop. So yeah, I think it does serve a real purpose. And I also believe that the wall is essential. And. Congressman Peter King the spring on WCBS we have invited over the last few weeks, congressman king and his challenger Luebbe. Gretchen Shirley to appear back to back on this program, sometimes incumbents, don't like to do these back to back interviews. Governor Cuomo refused us, so we only had his Republican challenger the other day. Mark Molinaro today, congressman king has declined. And we have democratic challenger Luebbe. Gretchen, Shirley, this is New York's third congressional district a south shore district from roughly levittown massapequa out to save Ville and run Concha, MS Gretchen, Shirley, welcome to WNYC. Thank you very much. He's good to be here. It's actually the second congressional sorry about that. So to start on the news, do you support ending birthright citizenship, not at all it's unconstitutional. And it's it's un-american. Do you support sending five thousand troops to the border? I don't we need strong borders. We need strong at modern borders. I do not support sending troops there. I do support having strong and secure borders. I do not agree with Peter King on building a twenty billion dollar wall is not going to keep our borders safe. And it's it's not something that we should be spending money on. We we need to make sure that we have comprehensive immigration reform. We need to make sure that the people who are coming here have the ability to legally apply for asylum. But I I have a different viewpoint on immigration, and Mr. king does on birthright citizenship supporters of ending. It would say that was put into the constitution in a post civil war amendment to the constitution intended to make sure that African Americans would have. Citizenship in this country. They never envisioned people coming here illegally in having babies here. Either with the intent or with the result of legitimizing there. Undocumented presence on authorized presence in this country. And so it's legitimate to debate this point, what would you say to them? If you're if you're going here, you're an American citizen the way, it's been a long time that is part of our country that is part of our constitution. And and I I'm. It's I think it's a sad conversation that we're having right now. I think if you were born here, you are an American citizen. I'm there are so many people who are who are strengthening our economy. I mean, we have in terms of in terms of dreamers. We have fourteen thousand dreamers violet we have seventy one hundred people with temporary protected status in our district. And these are people who are strengthening our economy undocumented immigrants in New York state payer billion dollars year in of state and local taxes there to our economy. They strengthen our economy. These are people who've lived here for for decades. These are people who pay into social security and retirement of Americans without taking those benefits. We need a pocket of citizenship for those who are already here. And if you're born here, you're an American citizens and on the wall, congressman set king said, and I should say the clips of congressman thing that we're playing came from a debate the two of you did on fire TV. Upside of the additional clips will come from that that first clip was from WCBS radio. But he said in that clip that he sees the wall as a sensual, and he says that that's what Democrats used to say they used to support a wall for border security, and then a path to citizenship for the people already here illegally. Why not support a wall? In that context. I imagine he would ask it's it's a waste of money. It's not going to make a difference on our borders. We need modern security. We need ground sensors. We need aerial sensors cameras. We need investment in border patrol of wall is not going to do anything. A while. You're going to have to you. You're going to have to build a wall on people's properties. It's it's it's a waste of money. And I remember asking if you're king before I was ever running for office is a constituent, I remember asking why would you where are we going to get the twenty billion dollars? And he didn't have an answer for it. He just kept saying, well, we have to get the twenty million twenty billion. And I suppose that money that we couldn't be investing in our economy it infrastructure, and healthcare and education. That would be a good investment a wallet to keep anybody say people can still get in. You know? That's that's a proven fact I mean, it's not going to keep people out. We need we need investment in Charlotte modern security, but a wall it's not going to do that. It's it's just another talking point from Donald Trump. Can I ask how much you consider immigration a central issue in your race it and national security with respect to Muslim refugees entering from the Middle East certainly are central issues to congressman king and to President Trump. How much do you consider it a central issue either for the country or in your race? It's honestly not a central issue in my race at all those important issues in my race our economy, it's healthcare. It's taxes. It's the environmental education. I knocked on more than one hundred fifty thousand doors and healthcare is the number one issue that people are concerned about in our district. There are people who are making a very hard decision about buying groceries or their prescription medicine. That's what people in my district are concerned about almost half of Americans are bankruptcy are there because if medical bills and most of those people had health insurance every time we have a round table or a town hall or meet and greet. I hear healthcare horror stories. That's that's the number one concern. And then taxes for long islanders. We're the worst place in the country because of its Republican tax though, and despite twenty five years in office, Peter King wasn't able to protect us against it. He actually said he was in basic agreement with the tax Bill, and that's that's what people are concerned about. I've knocked on doors and people said, you know, although for you this year, but I'll be gone by the time the next election. We can't afford the taxes on the whole through. We raised our family. Those are really to talk to you. In our district. So here is congressman king from the files one debate that you both. I mean fire TV debate that you both engaged in on healthcare. And why he opposes ObamaCare and also Medicare for all the reasons that have problems with doctors won't accept truth because Bama care because the they just won't accept it. And it's made it more difficult for people type of coverage they need. I don't want to go to a European plan. I don't want us to become Europe. I don't want to speak Canada cadad- six eleven weeks before you get an MRI before you get a special. You see what happens in the national healthcare system? We have the best healthcare system in the world. We have to modify after working if correct I'm not gonna throw it out. I'd wanna become I don't wanna be coming on. I don't want to become Canada. I will remain the United States of America, your reaction to that was Gretchen, Shirley, and what kind of health reform your four. Yeah. My my reaction to that is Peter King is wrong. We don't have the best healthcare system in the world. You know, we have we spend more money per person on healthcare in the rest of the developed world. We have the worst maternal mortality the lowest life expectancy rates Peter King and his Republican colleagues, but it took maternity coverage away from thirteen million American women last year, and we have the worst maternal mortality rate in the devout women are dying in childbirth. Black women diet four times the rate is white within abuser conversations that were not having if you're rich in this country, you live ten to fifteen years longer than if you're poor. It's it's a simple matter of do. We value the lives of Americans or the prophets of corporate executives. I support proved an extended Medicare for all we we have an inefficient system. We are spending a third of the cost of healthcare on and doctors don't want to argue with insurance companies a lot of doctors after I talked to you don't even want to go into private practice because they don't wanna take the time to argue with insurance companies. You know, I I know I know what it's like to argue with your insurance company. My stock brokers like January and body for a month admire insurance company. Ten minutes later, I'm still on the appeal process again, they don't want to pay for his nightstand. The hospital, and that's that's. It's an unusual. It's not an unusual story. I've heard that very similar stories for people all across the district. People are paying out of pocket for doctors and Peter King keeps saying every time we have a debate. There's there's such wait time. And it's not true. If you have an elective procedure. Sure, you'll have you'll have time for that here as well. But if you're sick, and you need to see your doctor you get in. And you see a doctor, and I can't tell you how many constituents that I've met who put off seen doctors because they can't afford that who haven't had ever is because they can't afford the copays people are skipping their medicine because they can't afford to buy their medicine and the coke brothers put out a study recently trying to prove that Medicare for all would be impossible. And in fact, there's Eddie, and we all know what the cook brothers wanted to study the study proved it would save two trillion dollars over the next ten years at its short thirty million more Americans. So you're you're you're betting that the people of south shore of Long Island that part of the south shore that your district represents are ready for a for a Medicare. For all system in the United States to abandon whatever private insurance. They may have today to bet that they're gonna save more on premiums and co pays and deductibles. Then they're going to spend on the tax increase that would be necessary to pay for it. Yes. The money that you would save not paying your premiums or your co pay your deductible that would offset the amount that your taxes would go up and the average family of four would actually save five thousand dollars a year. On one more issue. Trump says the Republicans are running on television and Cavanaugh here's congressman king on how he sees the Democrats handling of judge now Justice spread Cavanaugh determined. I I would have no problem at all. If the democratic members of the committee or pro-choice members of the committee wanted to question and going through discussion of legalities Rovers, wait what the president? So how it looks going forward? What's going to be coming up in the circuit courts district courts that is common for them to go after the way presumed him guilty before there was any evidence at all to me that was so atrocious and people who were so worried because people coming in from Sudan were denied the right to the airport. They didn't give a damn about the rights having her up there..
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"Commando show sunday nights at eleven on talkradio six eighty wcbs radio six eighty w b so the children marched the other day the useful idiots it came out today that a study was done of the actual crowds and only ten percent of them were under the age of eighteen and gave me a chilling fear that we're back to become a ruse of cambodia where the children were used by hardcore marxists to destroy the society and kill the middle class which wound up in producing amounted of human skulls of all the educated people teachers lawyers doctors engineers architects anyone who could read was considered a counterrevolutionary because they rightly knew what marxism would bring and they would kill i tortured and killed and so i showed you those pictures linked up from the magazine vietnam of the seizure of guns and then the mountain the skulls which followed a few years later so what we're talking about today is life and death at the end of the day that's what it comes down to because just before the show i got a call a little dog that we all die fell in the pool turn the head for instance she was old fourteen years old caddy's half sister very small teacup poodle i mean i've had it since she's nothing big and but i sang wondering italians about it or not i can keep it from you but you know i do a show that's from the heart and for me talk radio as many things to many people in everyone does it their own way but at a certain point talk radio is about the personality of the talk show host and his connectivity or haircut activity with the audience so if this stuff is on my mind it's gonna seep out one way or the other i figured i'd just level with you so are saying well okay so i was reading a magazine called vietnam and i saw these pictures that i had to share with you and i put it on michaelsavage dot com courtesy of the magazine vietnam history net and it shows kids about the same age as.
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"Retired fbi agent being put in front of the cameras to defend the fbi while being manipulated and coached by the democratic party and guncontrol activists the conspiracy theories of being picked up by people like rush limbaugh wor radio who says everything the students doing is right out of the democratic party's playbook dump the conspiracy that the two students are actors i didn't even know that this thing have been launched as i say until today so now here is at five thirty this morning the same guy wayne cabot w cbs eight eighty radio in new york well let me say it rush limbaugh has a point we were not careful enough to distinguish his comment from the earlier comment about paid actors the insinuation was that rush was buying into that claim and that that was careless zero wcbs cbs i should have caught that we also should not of use the term rightwingers how often do you hear us or anybody else in the mainstream media reports who left winners right inferior that both terms are politically charged not helpful at all in communicating objectivity so rush limbaugh you are right we got it wrong we will do better because we are better than that we really do strive to get it right eva's five thirty this morning the wcbs radio eight eighty in new york that doesn't happen literally doesn't have this this may be i can't remember the last time there was a formal acknowledged apology like this i don't think i've ever has men and hey said russia's right it and it didn't zama he was particularly pained saying so did at a distance admit it russia has appoint.
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"Said washington has been pointing an accusing finger at other countries over human rights however americans have been killed by gunfire in the country that american soldiers being killed in more and more americans killed by gunfire in the country that american soldiers have been killed in all us wards maybe i don't know but more people are killed by knives every year than guns do you know that you know what i mean people die every year from knives i see people are smirking already you're missing the point mr limbaugh this is not about knives at the ball gowns now i thought it was about death i thought it was about nor with obama bothered about guns yes i understand now two hundred fifty thousand people lose their lives two nye visit in america every year and the vast majority like seventy percent of gun deaths in america are due to what suicide aid the suicide claims seventy percent of gun lives in america every year there are safe you want to kill yourself with a gun and even of guns or not you're gonna find a way and if you can't use a knife that that's exactly what we need to take advice from the tri comms a communist country on how to promote civil liberties and freedoms as i say that should be the biggest stock people educated in america should know from the get go what a joke that story is sadly they don't earlier this week a news anchor on wcbs radio eight eighty in new york wayne cabot lumped me in with a bunch of conspiracy theorists and actually where israelis who believe that i was part of a cut ball and maybe even boom leader of a curveball suggesting that the students from a high school on tv talking about the shooting were not really students and they were hired actors and i never said that i never even got cl i didn't even know that.
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"To look at the new book though is just put out by donna brazile where he basically fort the dnc as he saw the elected from birdie any told reporters before leaving for hawaii he doesn't know if you'll fire attorney general jeff sessions said mr trump said he doesn't remember march about a campaign meeting pitched konta acts with russia at the table was former aide george pompidou capitalists he's pleaded guilty on the russia investigation mr trump's travels will eventually take him to asia where vat if we get along as he left the white house for a twelve day tour of the asiapacific the president announced it'll be a thirteen day tour for athletes saying today the villa we have a big conference a second friends that's the east asia summit in addition to the easy on economic summit he was already scheduled to attend in manila the white house initially said mr trump's longest trip to date was long enough but analysts worried skipping the east asia summit would signal mr trump is bowing to china's preeminence in the region so now hill attend that summit to steven portnoy cbs news washington president trump has fired off eleven tweets this morning including one that took note of the fact his twitter account vanished for eleven minutes yesterday twitter says an employee on his or her last day did it tech analyst larry magget his twitter feed is a very important platform not chefs for him and his supporters but for anybody that trying to keep up with what the president has to say so deleting hit account even temporarily it's a very big deal new security in new york city on the heels of tuesday's terror attack marla diamond of wcbs radio has details paul cement blocks are being placed at fifty seven intersections along this isn't bike path that was reopened a day after the attack at the intersection of how thin and west streets where the mile long rampage began a memorial has sprang up with crosses and hearts for each at.