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AP News Radio
Kentucky lawmakers struggle to finish transgender bill
"The Kentucky Senate has until the end of today to complete work on a GOP bill restricting gender affirming care for minors. The Senate agreed Wednesday night to scale back the bill still wanting to bar surgical medical treatment options for minors, but to allow non surgical options, including reversible puberty blockers and to receive gender affirming care a child would have to be diagnosed with gender dysphoria and receive care from a physician and a mental health provider, but today is the last day lawmakers have to complete work on the bill to be able to override a potential veto by democratic governor Andy beshear, bill supporters say they're trying to protect children from undertaking gender affirming treatments they might regret later as adults, Bill opponents, say the legislation is discriminatory and could hurt transgender young people by condemning them to an even more difficult life than they've been born into. I'm Donna water.
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Man, 4 children die in a fire at a northwest Phoenix condo
"A deadly condominium fire in Arizona claimed the lives of two additional victims, Phoenix fire department officials announced over the weekend that 11 year old Tamar and 9 year old savage died at a hospital from fire related injuries, two more victims of a fire in northwest Phoenix last Wednesday night that also killed their father 52 year old Shimon Boyer and two younger children, fire officials said the father was pronounced dead at the scene, the victims were found in their beds, three of the four children had disabilities, no smoke detectors were found inside the condominium by our officials are looking into the cause. There was no indication of the fire was set intentionally. I am Jennifer King
John Kerry's Fight Against Climate Takes Him to Island Resort
"Is John Kerry's taxpayer funded fight against the climate crisis takes him to 5 star island resort Writes Colin Anderson At the free Beacon John Kerry's fight against the climate crisis so called has taken the jet setting Biden administration official yet another luxurious location A 5 star island resort in The Bahamas Kerry served as President Biden's climate Tsar He likes that too Hello Tsar Since January 2021 is on the Caribbean island for three days this week to quote advance international cooperation among nations Particularly vulnerable to the climate crisis The State Department announced including in his itinerary was an opulent opening ceremony held at the Atlantis Paradise island at cost of fortune It's beautiful A lush 5 star resort that boasts 14 swimming pools 14 lagoons dozens of luxury restaurants A yacht Marina a private golf course a world class casino with more than 700 slot machines At least three nightclubs and a movie theater Bahamian prime minister Philip Davis during a Wednesday night speech Thank Kerry for attending the ceremony a line that was met with muffled applause Thanks She's here Jackass
AP News Radio
Michigan State campus holds vigil for slain students
"The Michigan state university campus gathered Wednesday night for a vigil to mourn the three students killed in this week's mass shooting. They sang the Michigan state university's Alma mater, with arms around each other as they stood at The Rock a community gathering place that's become a makeshift memorial since Monday's attack, university men's basketball coach, Tom izzo. I cry in front of my team, I cry on national TV, don't be afraid to show your emotions. Governor Gretchen Whitmer attended Wednesday night's vigil. Tonight feels heavy. And our darkest moments, we need to find the light. Sometimes it's a one another. The governor and izzo also visited the hospital, where ISO says the 5 injured students are fighting for their lives. I'm Donna warder
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Only Outliers Do Good
"Just an update. On the Arizona state university talk I gave. That was on Wednesday night and 35 professors signed a statement condemning the university for inviting Charlie Kirk and me. The program was titled a happiness health and something and something. Happiness health and wealth, something to that effect. A real hate filled program, as you can tell by the title. And I called one of the three professors who defended the university for inviting Charlie Kirk and me. He was in the audience, Owen Anderson, and I had him stand up and they gave him a standing ovation. And I repeated something that I have said to you so many times. And that is only outliers do good, not every outlier does good, but only outliers do good the sheep don't do good. And as in most professions, whether it's medicine or law or there's no profession where sheep do not dominate. It's a very sad realization about the human condition, but I was prepared for it in third grade. When I learned that the will of man's heart is towards evil from his youth in genesis,
AP News Radio
Chiefs' Mahomes says ankle will be ready for Super Bowl
"I'm Bruce Morton. Good news for the chiefs and their fans. Patrick Mahomes says he's, quote, definitely in a better spot when it comes to his ailing right ankle than he was for the AFC championship game as the all pro quarterback proposed to lead Kansas City against Philadelphia in the Super Bowl. Pro basketball, the swapping has begun leading up to Thursday's trading deadline with the Lakers at the center of a three team deal. They sent Russell Westbrook to the jazz and got D'angelo Russell from the Timberwolves. Speaking of Los Angeles, newly acquired Kyrie Irving made his debut with the Mavericks Wednesday night in LA. He scored a team high 24 as
The First Time God Prompted Pastor and Author Lucas Miles
"At a very young age, I felt like the lord called me in a ministry. I was probably 15, 16 years old. After my freshman year of high school and, you know, I think we have time to unpack the story. So I'll tell you, 'cause it's powerful. I was at this youth event. And I'm sitting there with this guy's preaching and thousand kids, one of these things that, you know, a high school thing at a college campus over the summer. And he says, you know what? It was a Wednesday night. He says, I'm going to pray right now that God puts a name on your heart. And when you get home, that you're supposed to call this person and tell them about Jesus. You know, and I mean, I'd never had like God speak to me or, you know, I mean, I was in church, I read the Bible, but I'm sitting there in this girl's name pops in my head. I didn't know her that well. We had a class together. She was very kind of alternative. You know, back then, it was goth was the thing. You know, that's how I would describe her. She was kind of goth. And dressed in all black, the whole deal. And I get home. And I'm 15. I'm still scared of girls. I mean, I'm kind of still scared of girls today, but at that age, especially. And I call her and, you know, didn't have cell phones. It's the rotary house phone type of deal. And I said, hey, I said, I know this is going to seem weird. And I knew she was an atheist. She was very open about being an atheist. I said, I know it's going to seem weird, but I was at this thing and this guy said this and your name popped in my head and I just want to know if there's any I can pray for you about. You know, I stumbled through that somehow. And she just gets quiet. She goes, what day was that? And I can hear like a little bit of a quiver in her voice. And I said, it was Wednesday. She just loses it. And, you know, I don't know what to do. You know, I got somebody the opposite sex on the line crying, and I have no idea how to fix it right now. And I said, I said, what's going on? She goes, what time? And I said, I don't know, there's probably 8 30. And it's just silence. And finally, I go, what's going on? And she goes, we got to call it 8 30, Wednesday night, that my brother killed himself and jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
30+ ASU Faculty Members Label Dennis an All-Purpose “Hater”
"Know the only thing that really bothers me. I'm not bothered when I'm attacked. I'm only bothered when I misquoted. But I am. I'm not bothered by that. I'm bothered by the low moral and intellectual level. Of these 35 professors at Arizona state university, I can't wait till Wednesday night. I'm thinking of reading all of the 35 names. And saying there are disgrace to the academic profession. There was a time in American history where professor, when you heard the word, you assumed some level of intellectual honesty. And every left wing professor is a liar. Not every liberal one. They're all cowards. Because liberals say nothing or support the left, but they're not on the same moral level as the leftists. One day, maybe not in my lifetime, people will understand what the left is done. Generally speaking, people are much more capable of acknowledging evil after it happens than while it happens. It's really, it's an ode to human cowardice. The trick in life is to acknowledge evil while it is happening, not once it's over, and they've lost. Okay, so let's see here. They don't want us to come. Charlie Kirk and I purveyors of hate who have publicly attacked women, people of color, the LGBT community, as well as the institutions of our democracy, including our public institutions of higher education. Well, the last is really true. I have, in fact, attacked our institutions of higher education
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Faculty Members at ASU Don’t Want Dennis to Speak There
"Next Wednesday night, I am speaking on a panel at the Arizona state university. Not the at Arizona state university. So is it up at the IMV specific one here? It's all over the place. Oh, okay. Wow. Oh, I see you copied it over. That's right. All right, I'll just copy it over because and I am. It's the bottom line of an eye chart. So needless to say, members of the faculty of Arizona state university object to the fact that I will be coming and that Charlie Kirk will be there. And so here is the letter written by 35 members of the faculty of Arizona state university. We fear dean Williams. We the undersigned Barrett faculty Barrett is part of. What would you call it an institute within Arizona state university. We the undersigned Barrett faculty right to condemn the health wealth and happiness event, the TW Lewis center for personal development is scheduled to host on February 8th, 2023, and to express a vote of no confidence in the leadership of the Lewis center. We do not take this position lightly as that's a lie. They do take the position lightly because they have no heavyness in their charges. Virtually everything that they cite as you will see is taken from a radical left wing woke source that lied about me originally.
AP News Radio
Wintry weather scrubs more than 1,000 flights in US
"Parts of the U.S. are expected to see icy conditions this week. National weather service meteorologist Mark chenard says weather conditions could be downright dangerous for travelers. We're expecting several rounds of freezing rain to impact portions of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, even into Tennessee. More than a thousand flights were canceled in many more delayed in Texas on Monday, but he says it won't last the entire week. It's really today tonight, Wednesday, even into Wednesday night, but finally by Thursday, it looks like we'll see improving conditions. I'm Donna water
Bloomberg Radio New York
"wednesday night" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of the House following a second day of voting. The house adjourned Wednesday night and will reconvene at 12 p.m. eastern Thursday. Republicans remain deadlocked as a group of conservatives continue to deny Kevin McCarthy, the votes needed to secure the speakership, lawmakers opposed to McCarthy, don't appear to be budging. President Biden says he's going to be making a statement on border security on Thursday. He made that comment in front of The White House after returning from Kentucky on Wednesday earlier he told reporters were working out the details now with regards to a trip to the southern border. The orchestrator of the highly publicized college admissions cheating scandal is headed for prison, Matt mattson reports Rick singer was sentenced to three and a half years behind bars on Wednesday. He was the mastermind behind the so called varsity blues scandal in which he received bribes from wealthy parents to help their kids cheat on exams in order to get in top universities. The case resulted in numerous arrests, including the convictions of well-known Hollywood actresses, Lori Loughlin, and Felicity Huffman. Singer pleaded guilty to multiple crimes, including money laundering in 2019. Migrants keep pouring into the Florida keys, Monroe county sheriff Rick Ramsey says in a little more than an hour this morning there were four arrivals, and he needs more resources. I can't have them sitting on the side of road. It's not fair. I can't have resources pulled up, where I can't respond to other calls, or I have response times increased. Since October coast guard crews have intercepted more than 4100 Cubans compared to 6100 the entire 2022 fiscal year. Members of European royalty will be attending the funeral of Pope Benedict XVI. The former Pope died on New Year's Eve at the age of 95. His funeral is scheduled to take place tomorrow in Vatican City, representatives from all of Europe's Catholic royal families are expected to attend, including king Philip of Belgium and Queen Sofia of Spain. I'm Brian schuch. The number of available jobs remains high, the Labor Department reported there were nearly ten and a half million available positions in November. That's just slightly down from October's number and higher than what analysts had predicted. The job openings and labor turnover survey also showed the number of quits increased by 126,000. Virginia's governor wants one of the nation's top high schools investigated for allegedly withholding test scores, Richard Sterling reports governor Glenn youngkin is outraged over the allegations of misconduct that allowed him county high school. That's why he's called on attorney general Jason yaris to launch an investigation on Thomas Jefferson high school, administrators allegedly withheld PSAT test scores from over a thousand students, youngkin said that parents and students deserve answers and investigators must get to the bottom of what happened. Staying hydrated could help slow the aging process more from lucinda. Water, it could be the proverbial and literal fountain of youth. The new info is out from a national Institutes of health study. It looked at 11,000 Americans over a period of 25 years. Researchers can tell how much water you drink based on the amount of sodium in your blood, and in this study the folks showing lower levels of hydration also showed a higher risk for age related conditions like heart failure, kidney disease, dementia, diabetes stroke, even premature death. Drink your water. I'm lucinda K Japan is offering to pay families to relocate out of Tokyo to the countryside. This comes as the capital city deals with overcrowding, starting in April, families are eligible to receive around $7700 per child to move to less populated areas in order to help revitalize the countryside and boost the falling birth rate. It's not the first time the government has used financial incentives to get people to move out of Tokyo, but this program is the most generous to date. I'm Brian shook. And I'm Brian Curtis in Hong Kong. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets. Amazon is laying off more than 18,000 employees. That's more than the 10,000 previously indicated. It's the latest sign that a technology slump is deep in the reduction is concentrated in the firm's corporate ranks. Earlier, we spoke with Bloomberg tech reporter Spencer soper. This is like a little more than a percent of their overall workforce granted. Most of that workforce are warehouse workers who move inventory around and this 18,000 is going to come out of the corporate workers. It's largely going to be its most mature part of its business. It's online store, as well as some of the brick and mortar initiatives that they've launched recently. And then also, it's going to be like human resources functions like recruiting and onboarding people because they're not going to be doing that much because they're not hiring as many people. It's interesting that they acknowledge that they hired too many people during the pandemic, so when we see these cuts now, is it because of falling demand or that they just think they hire too many managers and they don't need them. Yeah, it's part of laying leveling off and it's also the fact that because things leveled off, Amazon is always hired like crazy. And generally when they decide that they don't need a team, they've always been able to kind of absorb people within some other new division that's doing well are growing. And so that's not the case now. So the rare thing here is that they had to resort to a layoff. Bloomberg Czech reporter Spencer soper, the job cuts are the biggest yet for tech companies in the current slowdown. Dell is reportedly planning to stop using semiconductors made in China by 2024. Then he says that Dell also told suppliers to significantly reduce the amount of other components produced in the country. The move is part of the company's efforts to diversify its supply chain amid concerns over U.S. China tensions. Meantime, China's services activity contracted at a slower pace in December. The tsien services PMI was 48 last month that was not as steep as November's 46.7 and it did beat the estimate of 46.8. Japan will allow flights from Hong Kong and Macau to land at any airport in the country now. That partially reverses a rule it implemented last week for both areas and Mainland China that restricted arrivals to four major airports. Let's check the markets in the Asia Pacific, a big rally underway, the hang seng index is up about one full percentage point. The nikkei advancing about a quarter of a percent and the CSI 300 with gains of 1.7%. One 32 20 and the yield on the ten year treasury, 3.71%. Gold still with a bid at $1859. And 80 cents a Troy ounce. Global news 24 hours a day live and at Bloomberg quick take brought to you by 2700 journalists in a 120 countries. In Hong Kong, I'm Brian Curtis. This is Bloomberg. The
Mike Gallagher Podcast
How You Can Bless 1,000 Children With the Gospel & a Gift
"A thousand children could receive the gospel and a Christmas present on Christmas morning from you, the child will believe that the president is from their mother or father who's in prison. It's the prison fellowship angel tree campaign we do it every year. Well, I've put together a little trip for you. We'll fly two people to New York. Treat you to the Wednesday night, December 15th production or December 14th production rather, a funny girl starring Lea Michele. You'll also see the Radio City Music Hall Christmas spectacular starring The Rock cats and the living nativity and perhaps the best part of all, you'll have dinner with me. I'll take you out to dinner. Now, this is not inexpensive. This is not going to be a cheap ask. But for all this, the work that we're going to put into this and for the joy will bring you in getting to bless a thousand children. You know what a thousand kids are at $25 a kid. That means it's a $25,000 tax deductible donation. If you're blessed, if God has blessed you with financial security. And you are able to make a tax deductible donation of $25,000 to bless a thousand children's lives, we'll bring you to New York, we'll handle all the arrangements. We'll fly you and your guest to New York City will put you up in a nice hotel, I'll take you to a great restaurant, we'll treat you to the Christmas spectacular at Radio City Music Hall, and then Wednesday, December 14th, you'll see Lea Michele in funny girl at the August Wilson theater $25,000 if you're interested, send us an email with your contact information to Mike at Mike online dot com. Just email us, Mike at Mike online dot com,
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Putin Fell Down Stairs, Speculation Over Worsening Health Grows
"Uh oh, got a bad news out of Russia. Vladimir Putin, this is not a good headline. I hope this headline's never written about you or me. Putin fell down stairs and soiled himself. According to news reports, the 70 year old Vladimir Putin suffered the unfortunate fall and his Moscow official residents Wednesday night, the ailing Russian leader allegedly fell down 5 steps before landing on his tailbone, although his security guards immediately rushed to his aid, the impact of the fall called Putin to caused Putin to involuntarily defecate due to cancer affecting his stomach and bowels. According to the telegram channel general SVR, which purports to be run by a former Russian spy. It's the latest health scare for Putin, wow. I mean, that could upend the whole Ukraine crisis. If he's filled with cancer and he's falling down the steps and soiling himself, it ain't good. That's not good.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
An Incentive to Support Our Prison Fellowship Angel Tree Campaign
"Got the biggest smile on my face today. I got an email from illyana in west ligo Texas. She said it's become a family tradition of ours to watch the thermometer on your prison fellowship, angel tree campaign go up, up, up, we love listening to how you worry about hitting your big goal, you always hit the goal with the love and support of your listeners. You know we've got now 2037 kids sponsored to send Christmas presents and bibles and messages from their incarcerated parents. In just a few days, we've raised over $50,000. It's so fun to watch this and to hear from illyana and the Rio Grande valley like that. Say that it's become a Christmas tradition because you can see the progress when you go to the site. When you go to Mike online dot com and click on that angel tree banner at the top of the page. Again, the ask is simple. $50 will bless two children. You'll be able to send a Christmas gift that the child believes is coming from their parent who is in prison. They'll also get a Bible and a personalized message from their dad or their mom to these children on Christmas. $25 a child, I had a number of people donated a thousand this week. We're going to call them to thank them personally for their donation. Whatever you can afford, and I got a trip that I might be putting together to see a Broadway hit, great seats for a show that you can't get tickets for. I mean, 'cause the star of this particular show, I'm not even supposed to say what it is yet, because we haven't finalized the details. It's going to come together quickly if we do it. Because I got the tickets. Tickets are for next Wednesday night.
AP News Radio
Tree lighting, concert at Rockefeller Center lights up New York
"New York's Rockefeller center Christmas tree is all aglow after a star studded concert and lighting ceremony. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in midtown Manhattan. NBC broadcast the Rockefeller center Christmas tree lighting ceremony Wednesday night, an event that featured hosts from The Today Show and artists including Catherine mcphee, Alicia Keys, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani. The tradition of the tree started with one put up by construction workers building the center in 1931. This year's 82 foot Norway spruce from queensbury, New York, was decorated with 50,000 multi colored LED lights and a crystal star weighing 900 pounds. Audio courtesy and BC. Absent from the ceremony was 68 year old Today Show weatherman Al Roker, who has been battling health issues and reportedly returned to the hospital after missing his first Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in 27 years. I'm Jennifer King
AP News Radio
Allen, Bucks hang on after Giannis fouls out to edge Knicks
"The Milwaukee Bucks in New York Knicks played a scrappy game at Madison Square Garden Wednesday night, a combination of solid Nick's defense and the bucks cold shooting in the first half kept things close throughout as Yanis and telecom fouled out with the minute left and the bucks up one O three one O two. Jalen Brunson tied it on the line and then Grayson Allen hit a three with 30 seconds left to seal the deal for Milwaukee. Jan's finished the night with 37 points despite not hitting a shot in the first quarter as the bucks won ugly one O 9 to one O three. Matt maker to New York
AP News Radio
Coast Guard rescues man overboard on Carnival cruise
"A cruise ship passenger who was missing for hours is found alive in the Gulf of Mexico. The coast guard says the 28 year old man was last seen Wednesday night and was rescued on Thanksgiving night. Carnival cruise line says the man was with his sister at a bar on the carnival valor at 11 p.m. Wednesday. He went to use the bathroom and never returned. His sister reported a missing the next day. A cargo ship saw a person in the water about 20 miles south of Southwest pass Louisiana and the mouth of the Mississippi River after the man was hoisted into a helicopter at about 8 30 Thursday night. He confirmed he was the missing cruise ship passenger. He was taken for medical care. The coast guard calls the rescue, a miracle. I'm
"wednesday night" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Barnhart. I'll be with a line I had football coach red Bella for the coaches show. This Wednesday night at 7. On WLS a.m. 8 90. Constantly on the lookout for new conspiracy theories because all the old ones are coming true, the Dan bongino show. I said, I just got a nice message on Facebook from he said, Charlene says hey, Dan, I got Fox nation, I guess to watch a patriot awards. And I found your show, you know, you can watch the video simulcast of this show live on Fox nation if you'd like to, I'm really enjoying it. Yeah, you got to see me slay that river now. Although another guy sent me a message, you call it a river nettle you want. Somewhere, there's an old sack of potatoes and that's no, no, I don't eat potatoes, low carb, low carb brother. There may be a sack of something, but it sure as hell in potatoes. And trust me, those are believe me, those are river Nat. They better be. Those suckers, they only come in after The Rain. Rain comes down. You get those river nuts, they're a huge pain in the body. Folks, listen, back to the content where I get this, I'm really worried about this stuff. You know, we all, a lot of us saw that movie with Tom Cruise, minority report. Again, they rest people in advance for crimes. They haven't yet committed, but someone told them they were going to commit. You know, we all thought it was obviously fiction. But now we're getting to the point given the capabilities of computing power and the capabilities to hijack your phone almost instantaneously. I'm at the point where and I think many of you are too, we're starting to get concerned about thought crime arrests coming up in the future. It may not be that far from them. Folks, Christmas is coming. If you're looking for a really
AP News Radio
Lauren Boebert locked in close race likely headed to recount
"Is there a recount coming in the race for Lauren boebert I'm Lisa dwyer Republican representative Lauren boebert's lead and her Colorado district has shrunk against Democrat Adam frisch Boebert is a conservative firebrand who saw her lead fall to about 550 votes as new results were released It's a race that's being closely watched across the country as Republicans try to bolster their advantage in the U.S. House after clinching a narrow majority Wednesday night Boebert is a Trump loyalist who gained widespread notoriety and a spot on the so called maga squad with her combative style The current margin puts the race within the threshold that would trigger a mandatory recount in that district Had been favored to win reelection in the sprawling third congressional district after redistricting made the conservative district more Republican
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Morant, Bane help Grizzlies beat Spurs in overtime, 124-122
"John morant and Desmond baine each scored 32 points Devin bassel missed a three point attempt at the buzzer and the Memphis Grizzlies beat San Antonio one 24 one 22 in overtime Wednesday night The grizzlies opened the extra period with an 11 to two run before San Antonio reeled off 8 straight to pull within one Moran hit one of two free throws that proved to be the difference Every player on his team every coach on the staff you know no you know when it's that time that I want the ball in my hands and you know I love having that pressure on me you know what I go do I just take what the defense gives me and try to get us a win But sell and yaka purtle paste the spurs with 22 points apiece Roy Flores San Antonio
"wednesday night" Discussed on WTOP
"8 O three here on WTO. It's Wednesday night September 21st, 2022, 77 in chantilly down to about 68 overnight. Good evening, I'm Dmitri sodas for the top local stories we're following this hour. And this is new this evening Friday night lights will go on in Montgomery county, but there will be new rules for spectators after a football brawl at the Gaithersburg high school game last week. WTO's Kate Ryan with a details. No backpacks, no gathering in large groups during high school football games in Montgomery county, and students from schools not playing in the game they're attending will have to be within adult chaperone. Why? Director of athletics from Montgomery county schools Jeffrey Sullivan. The students that have been participating in actions that are in direct conflict with our raised core values have been from schools that are not the two schools playing on that night. Now that's the closest that school officials in Montgomery county have come to explaining what caused the fights at a game between northwest and Gaithersburg football teams Friday night. The football operations at both schools remain suspended for now. Kate Ryan. Meantime, we've seen a spike in arrests among Alexandria middle and high school students. The data will be presented to the city school board tomorrow. These are arrests on school grounds, 26 students arrested between January and June of this year compared to 20 late last year. Alexandria emphasized safety when the school year started, requiring student IDs and adding more security guards. 8 O four, we've got a major update on cleaning up that red paint thrown at the Washington Monument last night, along with a vulgar anti government statement that was scrawled along the base of it in that red paint. WTF is John dolman reports, the paint has come off pretty easily today. Paint on marble
"wednesday night" Discussed on WTOP
"The Tampa Bay lightning are going to the Stanley Cup finals for the third year in a row They beat the New York rangers two to one to win the Eastern Conference Finals of four games to two they will face the Colorado avalanche in game one Wednesday night in Denver for the rest of Saturday's action Here's Frank hanrahan National starting to put that home field advantage to use beat the brewers again 8 6 and Nats park It was a rare back to back to back homers in the 5th inning that put this game away lawn Soto started off with a Homer that Nelson Cruz homered and then Josh bell Homer the trifecta there Speaking of Soto and Cruz both with three RBIs apiece for skipper Davey Martinez Trying to swing the bats It's really nice to see them swing the bats the way they swing in And like I said the pictures are starting to throw the balls the way we thought they could So they keep us in the ball game So all the way around the last two days were really good Speaking of pictures Patrick Corbin got to start with 6 innings and he picked up the win Again that's over the brewers 8 6 They go for the sweep on Sunday afternoon Orioles beat the royals in Kansas City 6 four NC two a baseball Virginia tech forces a decisive game three beating Oklahoma 14 to 8 modano wins the 154th running of the Belmont stakes PGA Tour co leaders heading to the final round of the Canadian open Tony finau and Rory McIlroy both at -11 and WSL Washington spirit falls three to two to North Carolina Nationals again winners over the brewers 8 6 Frank hanrahan WTO sports The top stories we're following for you today on WTF the March for our lives return to the nation's capital for the first time since 2018 thousands rallied on the national mall and across the country on Saturday in a renewed push for gun control measures after recent deadly mass shootings activists say shootings in Texas New York and other parts of the U.S. should compel Congress to act After a two year hiatus due to COVID-19 clouds and rainy weather did not deter folks from joining the capital pride parade as a return to D.C. on Saturday afternoon the capital pride alliance organized the events Navy aviation units are conducting a safety pause recent crashes.
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"wednesday night" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Cleveland New Mexico and told Al Jazeera he is worried There's bad winds coming up Wednesday night really really strong So if they don't contain it my Wednesday we're going to be in real trouble The winds have been relentless for weeks now in Las Vegas New Mexico and Pierre's Eric westervelt reports that even veteran firefighters are saying conditions are extraordinary Thousands have been evacuated as fire crews try to contain the fire spreading across drought parched pinion and ponderosa pine forests in what marks another intense and early start to the western fire season Large parts of the Southwest have seen drought for decades That combined with intense wind called red flag days and warmer temperatures have created nightmarish fire conditions here Crews have had to battle dangerously strong gusty winds sometimes 40 to 70 mph for days at a time Bladen bright rider is a meteorologist on what's known as the calf canyon hermit's peak fires It is pretty extraordinary to have a red flag warning to last for 59 hours is as far as my memory goes back is unprecedented Bright writer says in all the fire is seen red flag wind warnings in at least 26 of the 34 days since the fire erupted in April Usually when fire crews see intense red flag days the wind and temperatures die down at night and relative humidity comes up But not on the calf canyon fire The wind just never seems to let up Veteran wildland firefighter Dave bales is the incident commander Van I tell you it is that's been a huge challenge for us and I've been doing this for just about three and a half.
"wednesday night" Discussed on WTOP
"Can 7 O three here on WTO It's Wednesday night may 4th 2022 Roslin at 73 down to the 50s overnight Good evening I'm Dmitri sodas And I'm Michelle bash Our top local story this hour a group of congressional heavy hitters is demanding the Justice Department take another look at the park police shooting death of bijan gazar of maclean He was killed after a slow speed chase in 2017 Recently Virginia's Republican attorney general stopped a criminal case against the two officers who shot gays are The lawmakers say new evidence that came to light during a civil lawsuit over the death of the 25 year old from McLean creates a need for a second look by the DoJ at the case Among the evidence testimony from a U.S. park police official that claims officers Alejandro Maya and Lucas vineyard didn't follow pursuit and use of force policies in 2017 when they chased and shot gay star in fairfax county the officers maintained they acted in self defense In 2019 the Department of Justice's civil rights division decided against charging the officers U.S. represented from Virginia Don buyer Jennifer wexton and Jerry Connolly as well as D.C. delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton signed on to the letter to U.S. attorney general Merrick Garland Mike Morello WTO P news A prince George's county police officer faces up to ten years in prison now that he's been convicted of assaulting a handcuffed man During a 2019 traffic stop sergeant Brian strong handcuffed de Monte ward Blake of district heights and began to search him At one point the 24 year old turned his body toward the officer who pushed ward Blake against the cruiser and then to the ground Ward Blake suffered a spinal cord injury that left him paralyzed from the chest down Tonight's strong was convicted of assault reckless endangerment and misconduct in office he'll be sentenced in July Ward Blake's family is suing prince George's county for $75 million Students at a school in northwest D.C. returned to class today The first time they've been back since a sniper style attack in their neighborhood Students.
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"wednesday night" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Showers or thundershower Wednesday night near 70, and then that will cool off again on Thursday variably cloudy maybe a shower 74. 82 degrees right now in Boston. A lot of people like to do a lot of things in the fall in New England like Apple picking, enjoying cider things like that. It's not officially fall yet, but his WBC's Matt Shearer tells us some people Couldn't wait. It is still summertime. But based on the crowd here at Honeypot Hill Orchard and still fall has arrived. Apple pick through the maze going to hayride play Begin animals. Cider Doughnut, Cal. Interesting and Quinn are here with their mom. Michelle Cider donuts ever. It's honestly and the weather. I mean, it's just perfection. See, that's the thing. The weather has not been too cooperative this summer. General manager Chelsea Martin knows it. I'm sure you've heard it's rained about a million inches. So that has been Little tough, You know, we've had some washout. So between that and covid numbers on the rise, she says. People are desperate for outdoor fun. Now, if you get beautiful weather like heck, yeah, get outside. And if it's too hot for you, they've got cider slushies. Mm Basheer WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Go Fund Me Page has been set up to help the Boston University professors, wife and three Children after he died over the weekend after apparently falling from stairs near the JFK MBT, a station. The body of David Jones was found Saturday afternoon that staircase Where he was found, has been closed for a couple of years. Jones taught at the BU School of Public Health, You go fund me page set us raise more than $70,000. Plenty of questions remain about the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan today Secretary of State Antony Blinken answering some of those questions before the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Blinken says. When it comes to Afghanistan, president Biden's hands were tied when he took office. He inherited agreement that his predecessor had reached with the Taliban. To remove all remaining forces from Afghanistan by May 1st of this year. Out of that agreement. The previous administration press the Afghan government to release 5000 Taliban prisoners. Including some top war commanders. Meanwhile, it reduced our own.
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"wednesday night" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of clouds and sunshine high of 82, a couple of showers and a thunderstorm possible heading into Wednesday night. Iraqi weather. They're all that matter, Bends WBZ Boston news radio. Good morning. I'm Dan Watkins. Here's what's happening. Bostonians are already casting their ballots in the city's preliminary municipal election. September 14th WBZ Suzanne Saws will stop by to early voting locations in Dorchester on Sunday. High man Thank you very much for coming out and taking the time to vote. Marjorie voted at this polling location on World Street in Dorchester. My son and my daughter in law brought me up here. So that I could vote today, you know, and I'm glad I did it. She said her son and daughter in law did not vote because they don't like the idea of voting Early carry. DuBose is a warden overseeing early voting on Warren Street. She says. Voting has been slow and sporadic. But the people who have shown up are eager to get it done. Be already voted. And then after September, then they're you know, they won't have to get up with a job and world about the traffic and stuff to come in. So they excited about the early vote. She tells me about 150 people cast their ballots on the first day of voting Saturday. The polls are closed on Labor Day. But early voting continues Tuesday through Friday in Dorchester. Suzanne Saz Ville WBZ Boston's NewsRadio As the Delta variant continues to spread, some covid hot spots are seeing record hospitalization numbers and with well over 100,000 new infections being reported each day cases are more than 10 times the levels of earlier in the summer. CBS is Deborah Al Faran has more. Dr Anthony Fauci says the Biden administration may still meet in September 20th timeline of offering Covid booster shots. The bottom line is very likely at least part of the plan will be implemented, but ultimately the entire plan will be Despite the unrelenting pandemic, millions of Americans are traveling this Labor Day weekend. This California resident is visiting Las Vegas wearing your mask, protecting yourself cleaning your hands. It's all you can do. The CDC recommended that unvaccinated Americans not travel on the holiday weekend. Dr. Fauci also says health officials are studying whether booster vaccines can be mixed and matched with the first Pfizer or Moderna doses People received. An infant and three adults were shot and killed in a Pope County, Florida neighborhood Sunday. The baby's mother still cradling the infant when police found them. An 11 year old girl was also found shot but alive inside the home, the suspect engaged police and what they are calling a massive gun battle. He was taken into custody when he left the house after being shot. Paul County Sheriff Grady Judd says he was ready for the gunfight. He had everything down to blood stop kits, first aid kits and he was ready for battle. Now he is in custody. We've gotten the 11.
"wednesday night" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"As players? What was it going to take e mean 4 48 minutes. We knew way knew we needed to get his back way here together and we knew it would be a tough environment and Was proud. The way we thought I mean, all 48 minutes. Now that audio courtesy of TNT, the MBA's at number one overall seed, I headed to the Western Conference semifinals. Meanwhile, on the West after Alan West after Donovan Mitchell scored 30 and the Jazz knocked off the Grizzlies 1 26 1 10 Wednesday night to advance Utah won four consecutive contest after dropping Game one. They now await the winner of the serious between Dallas And the Los Angeles Clippers and trainer Bob Baffert was suspended for two years by Churchill Downs Wednesday, this after additional drug test of Medina Spirit confirmed the presence of the steroid in the Kentucky Derby is winner system disqualification of Medina Spirit could be next. The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission is still completing its pro before making that ruling. Bob Baffert, meanwhile, won't be able to enter any races in the Kentucky Derby or other races at the story. Louisville track Through the spring of 2023. Don't forget you can take us with you. Wherever you go Download the talk. Streamline Free mobile app Reach out to yours truly any time across the board on social media, I met Matt Ray talk. Use the hash tag. A FN and, of course, follow the show on Twitter to at America's first news. Use the hashtag A FN as I mentioned. We're just getting started on this Thursday morning. It is the third day of June right now, let's hear from one of our sponsors. Are you intrigued.
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"wednesday night" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Your Wednesday night. Good evening. I'm Nicole Davis. Here's what's happening. The West. We've got a long line of very strong storms tearing right now through western and central Mass. Couple of severe thunderstorm warnings up right now, So let's go live to accurately meteorologist Bob Larson, bub, where these warnings and what of the storms throwing at us right now. Warnings. They're going to become more numerous here over the next 30 minutes. The calls the storm's approach, but it's severe thunderstorm. Warning Till 7 15 for northern western, catty, northwestern, Middlesex, northeastern Franklin County Till 7 45 for central Western, catty and surrounding counties it again this very long and a very strong line of storms extends all the way from Northwest of Portland, Southwest route to western southwestern to northwest Connecticut. It's moving east, battered about 30 40 MPH, it said. A history of producing torrential downpours and in some cases, damaging winds and access to 60 bucks per hour. There have also been AH few reports of hail with some of these storms and moving east together, moving very quickly. Tend to move up, thankfully, just quickly as they move in, But it's gonna be a storm a couple of hours till these storms move offshore and that we are under a severe thunderstorm. Watch for much of the area north west of Boston, Anyway, the whites runs till 11 o'clock tonight, Nicole. All right, Bob. Thanks so much. We got the forecast coming up in just about two minutes and looking out the window right now. I can confirm Clouds are moving into Boston. It is getting gray. All right, seven and one other news We're watching tonight out of New Hampshire and hours long standoff between police and a man on Union Street is over. Standoff starting when U. S marshals tried to serve a warrant right around eight a.m., according to officials. When they got.
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"wednesday night" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Wednesday night, Lauren Gibson joined about 50. Others marching the streets of Elizabeth City for her cousin, Andrew Brown Jr. He was always laughing, always trying to make jokes. He was there for his kids. That's the most thing that he cared the most About what way For one week. It's a peaceful protest. People haven't out calling for justice from day to night. Even as a curfew went toe effect Tuesday, police arresting multiple people for disorderly conduct. In Georgia. New charges in the death of a 25 year old black man shot jogging through his own neighborhood. The three men accused of killing Ahmad Armory are now facing federal hate crime charges. The Justice Department alleges the men quote used force and threats of force to intimidate and interfere with our Berries right to use a public street. Because of his race. The marriage represents armories family that a grand jury at the federal level is called This a hate crime and indicted. All three of these men was huge burden lifted off the family. The make. Michael's lawyers have said they were trying to make a citizen's arrest on armories, suspecting he was a burglar after he'd been seen entering the home under construction. CBS is Laura Podesta with that report. It's 10 a weight and we checked Bloomberg Business News. Joining us now, Tracy junkie Good morning. Good morning, Lori, and we're talking about an economic resurgence in the past 12 months. The value of the goods and services used to measure how the economy is doing jumped to a little more than $19 Trillion, says the GDP. And a surge in the last three months. God is close to matching the pre pandemic peak of $19.3. Trillion. The rest of the news today tells him or mixed story about the economic recovery, for example, jobless claims last week dropped to their lowest of the pandemic. But still topped half a million investors overall, pleased with what they are seeing the Dow is up. 94 points. NASDAQ Up 55 the S and P is up 23 at a record on Tracy Junkie Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. All right, we have another update on the murky forecast, thunderstorms and rain and the like All that coming up. Also sports right after this, you're not talking to yourself. Wow. You're telling you're smart Speaker to play WBC news radio on my heart radio. All of my concerns are disappearing. Thank you. Everything these days claims to be smart, But that doesn't mean they always work smart, like when the robot back you tried to inhale my foot. When the dog food dispenser thought thanks was underweight Time. Once more thing you can rely on is Pennington. Smart. See, it's so smart uses 30% less water year after year, and it's guaranteed to grow. Pennington. Smart, see real intelligent turf. Pennington, Grass seed is available at Lowe's. In.
"wednesday night" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Are you? I'm good. I'm good. I'm excited about Wednesday night. It seems everybody I speak to who's a fan of the show? Seems to think this is the most explosive and the most exciting and the naughtiest of all of the prior 10 seasons. You've got a major role in it. You've seen it is that true? I did not watch it yet, but I loved it and I can tell you that it is true. It is really hyped up. Everybody's very excited about it. But there's a good reason to base. And I think people are really looking for entertainment right now. So it's gonna be good. It's really good. It's a very emotional time for everyone and it Z. Good. It's happy. It's sad. It's everything you know. There's been a lot of press lately from one of the stories on the show. You're the biggest store, but Theresa who are she's everywhere lately? She's got a new boyfriend, Louis and there in the New York Post. Therese Yeah, wait. I mean, every day, don't you think that you're the only two people that ever fell in love, but God bless him. They seem to be doing well. And we know of course, Corps history with Joe. So I think our fans going to see a softer side of Theresa this season because of that, they want to see that. Well, she didn't meet him early in the season. So the first part of the season you do not see a stop side of her. But I think that there will be a new Theresa because when you're in love and somebody comes around and makes you feel like happy and the way he speaks to her, I've been together with them, and he's just such a gentleman. And he's kind of breaking down that toughness and I know that somebody could do that for you when they're nice, and you're not used to that. So you're going to see a different side of Teresa, but not right away. You're going to get a lot of entertainment for her in the beginning like old school, Theresa, right. We like that. Throwing over tables and scratching people's eyes out. And you know what she's gonna say? Yes, The Lords continue. The story of the Real Housewives of New Jersey season. 11 starts Wednesday night, eight o'clock on the Bravo Channel. Now for your fans. What can they expect? Last We saw your boyfriend David was building a house which you actually built. We know that, but hey, was building a house my expense and belted, right? Right. Frank bought the house and we would you know if you're gonna move in or not move in. And so we left it off last season. The Lords. What will people see between you, David? And Frank coming up on Wednesday night. Well, stay tuned Wednesday night. There's a huge fight with the other girls a little bit about me. But you have to stay too into that. I'm not telling. You said everybody could just think. Just try to figure it out. I like when people try to figure it out, but it takes a little turn. Okay at the Lawrence Catania is where you find on Instagram. She's got over 600,000. Followers 600,000 followers that much. My other friends have a lot more than me. But I worked on that. I really interact with everybody. And I appreciate everyone so much. So anyone listening if you ever see me please come and say hello. I love it. Well, you know, you did say that. There's a fight that takes place on Episode one That doesn't necessarily involve you and that's Jackie. And I guess you want to give away too much, but it's a birthday party of in Jackie. The whole thing there and over the summer on Dit does get very every one of you ugly so bad. I don't even know what what happened there like Theresa came out and said something that nobody expected her to say. Actually, when she was talking about it behind the scenes, I can tell you. We all looked at each other and ran away from her. And then she kept following us around saying Did you hear this? Did you hear this? Nobody wanted anything to do with this. You know when I watch the show, and I've been there since day one, The Lord since 11 seasons. I'm not surprised by the popularity. It's not It doesn't take a genius. Put this thing together, they decided Let's grab by every six ladies who have fiery personalities or pretty who are just fun to watch and put him on television on whether it's Atlanta, New York of Potomac or Dallas. It seems to work. But considering that you were there from the early days when you look at the success now, up to four million viewers for the reunion show, are you shocked? It's good to know because it's jersey and people have always been intrigued by Jersey and the way we are like it's kind of like The Sopranos. Where everybody was very excited about them and intrigued by the way we acted the way we spoke things like that allowed like New York. We have a different dynamics than the New York Housewives or more family. We fight, but we're not usually drunk things like, you know. So, um, yeah, it's more relatable. I feel like a boulder franchises. New Jersey is the most relatable so it doesn't surprise me. I remember the first day when they came around and asked us to do it. Nobody even know what reality shows were back then. So what's really come far It's like a culture. I'm excited. I'm very possibly a part of it. Now. It's great. You know, I was often asked these two working for Don Imus. As you know, The Lord's For all those years. I would always get asked this question every morning. I know. Thank you for that. Very nice post. You put up on your instagram page from me and Bernie this morning, But I was always ask is I miss like that off the air, and the truth is No, He was more soft. The air he was more cantankerous and a bigger pain in the ass off the air. Can't imagine. Well, I'm always asked about you, ladies. Are you guys like that off the air? Or is that just an on air persona? What would you say that Well for New Jersey just for New Jersey. I could say I've met most most of all The Housewives last year. Bravo con when it came to New York. This is the year before I met every single house, right. And I can tell you that everybody seems to be the same as they were on camera..
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"wednesday night" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Your Wednesday night. Good evening. I'm Nicole Davis. And here's what's happening. We'll begin this evening in Washington were right now. House impeachment managers are on a dinner break. I've been working all day to lay out their case in the impeachment trial and part of the day has been them playing never before seen security footage of the riot on the capital, one of those videos showing vice President Mike Pence and his family being rushed to safety. Another showing capital policeman Eugene Goodman, turning Senator Mitt Romney around before he made contact with the mob. Let's get more from ABC News. Senate impeachment trial of former President Trump on dinner break today, House managers taking turns as they prosecute their case against the ex president for incitement of the January 6 insurrection at the U. S. Capitol House manager representative Madeline Dean, Pennsylvania for the first time in more than 200 years. The seat of our government. Was ransacked. On our watch Les new audio from Capitol police. The anxiety and fear in the officer's voice is terrible. Behind a hard impeachment managers, Stacey Plaskett, saying the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Vice President Mike Pence, had to evade rioters that had about to murder the president Trump Put a target on their backs and his mob broke into the capital. Hunt them down with continuing coverage. The impeachment trial Dave Packer ABC News and you're listening to W. B. C news radio will have another special report coming up at 6 20. So be sure to keep it here. Other news We're watching tonight. Governor Baker today rolling out a new policy when it comes to the States massive vaccine sites to support the 75 older population here in Massachusetts, get to a mass vaccination site or announcing a new policy to allow one.
"wednesday night" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Since 1968 Wednesday nights on KBC breaks the mold joined Candidate for Congress Joe Collins on the new Black Republicans show Wednesday nights at seven on Lee on 7 90 k A. B C BLACK Republicans show Pete for my Joe Collins 4321 of the favorite son of L. A. Ben Shapiro. It's Prevention Bureau show and you can get it right. Mm. Welcome to the bench Bureau show. I am not been Shapiro. I am Michael Knowles. You confined me if Michael Knowles show podcast on the daily wire. You can find me at Twitter at Michael J knows she could find me all over the place. You know? One topic that conservatives and leftists have been talking about incessantly for years and years and years is what do you think? Gender ideology, Right? That's this is the top It effects you know, in terms of an actual psychological disorder effects of very small number of people, and yet it seems like this topic has dominated. The news has dominated political discourse. I gave us speech actually at the University of Missouri Kansas City couple years ago, called men are not women and other uncomfortable truths and I was attacked at the speech. E was screamed at by all these people, and then someone actually jumped in and tried to attack me. Now I think it's very easy for conservatives to just throw up our hands and say, Man, he's left us to completely insane. They can't even admit that men are not women. And it's very easy for leftists who believe in this ideology to say that not only are we wrong, but we're really vile, wicked people if we're so cruelly going to deny the lived experience of some poor guy who thinks that he's actually woman trapped inside a man's body. And you know, we never really seem to talk to one another. We just have our own positions, and they seem completely irreconcilable. I actually think it is worth listening to the arguments that the gender ideologues make Because it shows you that this this idea that men could be women and women could be meant It didn't just spring out of the air. One day it didn't just pop into existence. You know a couple of years ago or something like that. This has been building for years and years and decades and decades and actually this transgender radiology. Comes naturally from the left longstanding opinions on sex, gender. Biology nature itself. There's a video that's gone viral on Tic Tac. I'm not a member of Tic tac myself, but you see these things go around the Internet, and it's a guy who's wearing very over the top sort of clownish makeup. You know, Red eye Shadow and He's got big lipstick on and very curly blond hair, and one imagines. He's a sort of Some form of transgender person, But he's definitely definitely guy. And he's arguing that certain feminists are really wrong and violent bone headed for believing that men cannot identify as women and well, his argument doesn't make any sense by the standard of reality. When you compare his argument to other arguments, the left makes He's not totally wrong. Before I get some turfs up in my comment sections being like women means adult human female. First off you second of all. Y'all don't even know your family's history. Second wave feminism was about relieving women from their reproductive roles and duties. It's regressive to reclaim female as this like in And I'll be all term for what womanhood is like, literally know your history. Feminism was not About that feminism was about alleviating Thies gender roles and general duties based on reproductive capability. It was about getting rid of it. And that's why feminism belongs to us queers and trans people now because It began us off half turfs. When he's referring to church by the way, he's referring to what's called trans, exclusive, exclusionary radical feminists that basically women who think that women are actual group of people and men can't be women. The thing is, this guy is almost entirely correct about second wave feminism. There's a famous debate between Betty Free Dan The very famous American feminist and Simone de Beauvoir, the French feminist and strumpet of jumble. Sartre in which free dances well, women can do whatever they want, right and c'mon, divorces. No, we can't let women stay home and raise a family because if they have that choice, they'll take it and we need to force women out into the working world. So much of second wave feminism was about Convincing women that there was no special category of femininity that actually, if women wanted to matter and have value they needed to take on male roles and responsibilities, they had to hold themselves up to male standards, and that basically the only legitimate virtues were male virtues. Why they a lot of these activists said. Now forget about your kids. Forget about your family. You need to go out. You need to go work. You need to go drinking. You need to treat sex the same way Men treat sex. Because the the idea here while so many conservatives say, you know, third wave feminism. The new feminism is really wrong. But second wave was okay. First week was really good. Maybe the problem is just feminism itself. Maybe the problem is that the feminist ideology Posits that there's no difference between men and women. Men and women are maybe you know, they look a little different. I got a few different organs. But there's no significant difference between men and women. And what this guy this gender ideologue is saying is okay. Feminists. I believe you. There's no difference between men and women. So then I who am a man, my biology. Everything about me. Says I'm a man. Maybe I could be a woman too. Maybe this actually is the logic. Of these leftist ideologies coming to fruition. And.
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"A w dot net. Looking forward to seeing you but 7 38 as we continue with mornings on Main Street from a in 5 50 FM 1 to 2.9 Wdun forecast for the day Here's John Wetherby to deliver mostly sunny 54 Today. Light east Wind 20% Chance of overnight showers. 41 Tonight not nearly as cold, then Tuesday Mostly cloudy high of 60 44 Tuesday night Wednesday Mostly cloudy 30% Chance of showers. 56. Showers Likely Possibly a thunderstorm. Wednesday night Thursday showers likely possibly a thunderstorm. 59 Friday Mostly cloudy 30% chance of showers. 61 Saturday 30% Chance of showers. High 52 from the Access Wdun Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Tom Wetherby. Let's see what's going on right now is to start a brand new day winds at about seven miles an hour as we're Just past sunrise 12 minutes since it first came up, according to the official sunrises, 7 26 setting it's 6, 12 humidity, dropping back a bit 69% and temperatures pretty well, holding their own or on the ground. The area this morning at or just a little above the freezing mark to start the day. Clarksville starting your day at 33 degrees checking in this morning with unless make her way into Let's go to Duluth, Duluth, Starting your day 35 games will also a 35 North Georgia's news dog Wdun. This'll look at traffic is brought to you by the Georgia Mountain Food Bank that early erect that we had on Jefferson River Road in East Jackson County has now been cleared up. We do have one accident being reporting when that county on.
"wednesday night" Discussed on WDRC
"Wednesday night at nine o'clock Eastern, and it just so happens this week's topic is the promise and perils of third parties in America and I see a lot on our side counting. We need to have a new Patriot party. We need to have a new conservative party or something like that. And I actually sympathized with where they wanna go. But structurally there are important reasons in American history by we only have two parties and it has to do with something that is very non ideological, non. Um, exciting, called the spoils system and patronage, And basically, it amounts to the fact that established parties have thousands and thousands of jobs and party and government positions to give away into a war to their most loyal followers. And you cannot pry away the vast majority of those people because they have a livelihood associate ID with that party, and so it's my take that you can't have a successful third party, whether it's the populace. Or the Socialists or the Reform Party or any new party. You have to be that alien in the movie alien where you know that little thing ate the person from the inside out and exploded out of the belly. That's what we have to do to the Republican Party because they are absolutely going to go back. To the way they were, and I was very excited and in heartened by the fact that our Arizona Republican convention They passed a century of Jeff Flake and Cindy McCain and even governor Doug Ducey for his handling of the covert virus and locking down all the businesses and I thought that that was a real step of courage. It may be devoted. But it's Jim. Genuinely a step of courage to say no, We're not going along with this stuff. I'm talking to Dr Larry Schweickart, who's the author now? And it's 32nd printing of a Patriots history of the United States and also more recently, Reagan. The American president. Highly recommended. I want to continue this about but we've only got about a minute to we have to take a break, but Dr Schweickart I saw this. This initial move to have a met Marga or Maga Patriot Party, and even Trump has stepped back from that. Is it possible to approach this by saying, Let's have a patriot carcass within the Republican Party where those of us who identify that way can say we're gonna be. We're gonna live inside the party And I love your metaphor about the alien because that zah great movie from about 40 years ago, And if we did it that way, then we don't splinter the party and a half and give the rest of the elections to Democrats. Correct. You can't avoid Structural issue of patronage and jobs. And those go both for Trump supporters and for for non supporters and again, One of Trump's biggest weaknesses as president was that he didn't master patronage. He didn't learn how to give His supporters, the key plum jobs he promised to put Rudy Giuliani and as a G from the get go, you know, probably should have put Jim Jordan in some key position. Maybe FBI director. Why not? But it doesn't matter. The point is, you have to have your people in charge. There's nothing in D C. That personnel is policy that don't worry so much about that. What the wording of the policy is, make sure you have the right people in there, and we saw this with Obama, where he would put.
"wednesday night" Discussed on WTOP
"Now to the latest information on the fall out from Wednesday's violent attack at the Capitol in a video released by the White House President Trump has condemned the mob attack on the United States Capitol and called for healing those who engaged in the acts of violence and destruction. You do not represent our country and to those who broke the law, you will pay no In that video President Trump also accepted for the first time that Joe Biden's administration Will be sworn in January. 20th, the U. S Capitol police officer has died after suffering injuries in the attack. Brian Sick, Nick, who was 42 collapsed after engaging with protesters, D C. Police and Capitol police are investigating his death sick. Nick joined the agency in July of 2008 and served in its first responders units. Also the head of the Capitol Police force, has resigned. Chief Steven Son will step down January 16th just days before the presidential inauguration. Videos posted to Social media show just how badly Capitol police were outnumbered by those who stormed the capital more than 50, Capitol police and D C officers were hurt. Also there's been a wave of resignations. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has called it quits, calling President Trump's rhetoric the inflection point for her and blaming it for inflaming tensions at the nation's Capitol. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao also tendered her resignation yesterday, the Federal Aviation Administration reported. Five non career staff members appointed by President Trump Every signed yesterday as well. For the first time since the violence at the Capitol Building. We're hearing from D. C's concur. National delegate. She's been through a lot, but I've never lived through an insurrection, D C. Congressional delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton says an investigation must reveal what was done wrong to assure it never happens again. Just as we had a presidential commission after 9 11 when we were invaded from without what we were invaded from with him on Wednesday night and no less seriously. Presidential commission is called for in my judgment. Christi King W. T. O P knows a lack of planning. It might be the source of the apparent police failures on the Capitol Hill. We get more on that from federal news networks Tom Timon when an event is known in advance, it's common for federal law enforcement agencies, such as the Capitol Hill police to make a plan with other law enforcement entities. Here's Larry Cause Me, president of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association always do an operational plan when you have a big event like this, whoever the bleeding's Is they coordinate the operational plan. They coordinate the meetings they bring in the outside stakeholders from different entities, whether it's federal, state or local law enforcement. Cosmi says that during peaceful rallies, police often have friendly interactions with protesters. Tom Timon federal news network Coming up next in money news, retirement savings become a lifeline its 7 24. This is Dr Tracy Applebaum coming to you from Rocky Gorge Animal Hospital and wishing you a happy New year. While Kuvin has prevented many of us from venturing out, please do not forget about your pets routine medical care. With all of the recent discussions surrounding vaccines in the media, we must remember that our family pets need vaccinations is well, if your furry friend is overdue for their annual checkup, please do not hesitate to schedule an appointment at Rocky Gorge, vet dot com Virginia's electricity bills or some of the highest in the nation and expected to rise millions of people in other states already benefit.