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"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:36 min | 6 months ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"WFLA Tis the season folks I know that when you hear tis the season you expect it to be to be jolly follow la la la la la la But close I guess tis the IRA season folks That's right it's IRA season It's time to make sure that your assets are optimally invested How do you make sure Well of course we're going to give you all the details on how the Holland group retirement wealth advisers can help you out because this is after all retirement success from the Holland group retirement wealth advisers Todd MJ schnitt here along with Steve Elizabeth Holland You know when you're making your final contributions for 2021 Think hard about how to invest them IRA annuities can help reduce risk Different types have distinct prose and cons and can play a valuable role in your asset allocation Contributing to a traditional IRA or Roth IRA by April 18th or April 19th if you're in May or may or Massachusetts it's your opportunity to cut your 2021 income taxes with a traditional IRA or get a tax free growth with a raw assuming that you're eligible It's also a great time to review how you're investing your IRA funds to see whether there are better options available Revisit your asset allocation consider rebalancing if you're too concentrated in equities which are stocks and by expanding your horizons you can craft and investment strategy that will give you better growth without exposing you to unacceptable risk Folks they're all several well-known strategies such as domestic and foreign stocks bonds commodity ETFs Listen there's a whole slew But today we're going to be focusing on annuities What makes annuities a valuable addition to an IRA plan and to asset allocation Jump ball Steve Elizabeth who's going to grab it So I know it is going to be a great part of your portfolio depending on how you use it And we do this for our clients Some are known as let you invest your assets and stocks portfolio some behave like a CD some provide a guarantee stream of income for a lifetime many of.

Florida Serial Rapist Tommie Lee Andrews to Be Released

The Daily Dive Weekend Edition

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Florida Serial Rapist Tommie Lee Andrews to Be Released

"Florida judge signs in order to release a convicted serial rapist after serving a 24 year prison sentence. Tommy Lee Andrews will be freed on Friday. Karen Monroe. It's one of the women. Andrews was convicted of raping and she's worried. I think it's just waiting for his time he's going to continue. I don't know how He could. I hope he doesn't. But I do believe yes, she will be. Andrews was the first person to be convicted for a crime with DNA

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US Warns of More Terrorist Attacks in Kabul

The Daily Dive Weekend Edition

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

US Warns of More Terrorist Attacks in Kabul

"Another attack expected. I'm Joe cheer of Fox News. President Biden says A second militant attack in Kabul can be expected in 24 to 36 hours. This is evacuation efforts are winding down at the Kabul airport. We've seen 66 evacuation flights from Kabul in the past 24 hours, bringing more than 7000 people to safety. This brings the total number to around 120,000 people since the Taliban took over Afghanistan. People are trying to escape, doing everything they can to get to that airport. Though the numbers have been far lower. Since the blast on Thursday, the Taliban has increased the perimeter outside of the airport, trying to curb the People into the abbey Gate and the canal area boxes. Tree YANKS president Biden also says there will be more retaliatory strikes by the US following a drone attack last night that killed two Isis

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Charlie Watts, Rolling Stones Drummer, Dies at 80

AM Tampa Bay

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Charlie Watts, Rolling Stones Drummer, Dies at 80

"Well, one of the great drummers in rock and roll has died. Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones died in London at the age of 80. And he leaves behind a huge legacy lots is considered one of the greatest rock drummers of all time. Met the band in a lending club and provided the right B to the searching guitar riffs of Keith Richards. Together. Their sound propelled the bands rock mixed with R and B that became the Stones signature. But Watson is also flexible as the band's sound changed in the eighties, So did his drumming lots was inducted into the Hall of Fame. With the band in 1989,

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With Summer Ending and COVID Continuing, Florida Gas Prices Dip

Buck Sexton

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

With Summer Ending and COVID Continuing, Florida Gas Prices Dip

Ghost Kitchens See Light of Day During Pandemic

The Daily Dive Weekend Edition

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Ghost Kitchens See Light of Day During Pandemic

"Of ghost kitchens is expanding exponentially, as is investment in the concept. What's a ghost kitchen and then those? No, It's not a place where ghost is the chef Michelle Romano, Tech entrepreneur and co founder of Clear Coat. These are very small kitchens that are designed to serve only customers. That order from them from platforms like seamless or uber eats. And so there's no need for a storefront. There's no need for guests eating, Romano says. That means you don't have to invest a million dollars to start up a ghost kitchen like you would a regular restaurant. You can set up a ghost kitchen now. $50,000. Now This isn't just about startups and entrepreneurs. Grocery giant Kroger will begin preparing restaurant meals from Ralph's location in Los Angeles this fall. More kitchens will be added in stores later this year in a joint venture with Kitchen United, which specializes in ghost kitchens. As many as six different restaurant companies, including local, regional and national brands will be featured. Gregg

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FDA Poised to Give Pfizer Shot Full Approval Next Week

Buck Sexton

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

FDA Poised to Give Pfizer Shot Full Approval Next Week

"Times is reporting the FDA is likely to give full approval to fighters coronavirus vaccine on Monday. Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccines are currently approved for emergency use. Full FDA approval for fighters to those shots is expected to allow more companies to enact vaccine mandates.

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Target Extends Streak Even as Online Sales Growth Cools

Sean Hannity

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Target Extends Streak Even as Online Sales Growth Cools

"Sales are still growing for target stores. But the pandemic boom, pushing sales dramatically higher, especially online appears to be running out of gas comparable sales up about 9%, but that was less than half the growth seen a year earlier. Target was among the decliners

Afghanistan Conflict: As Kabul Falls, Biden Backlash Grows

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Afghanistan Conflict: As Kabul Falls, Biden Backlash Grows

"Departure of the U. S from Afghanistan has some making comparisons to the fall of Saigon in Vietnam back in 1975, as thousands are desperately trying to get on air lifts out of the country, hearing reports of U. S. C. 17 aircraft carrying hundreds of people These planes are meant for just around 100 paratroopers. They're fitting as many U. S personnel and US allies in these planes as possible, trying to very quickly get people out of harm's way. There are also reports of sporadic gun Fire around the airfield that in some cases will temporarily slowed down how many planes are able to take off? But this process will continue. We understand. Additionally, across Kabul there are Taliban fighters that have taken over key government buildings, including the presidential palace. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani was inside before he fled the country for a jinxed reporting The Taliban moved in quickly this weekend took control of key strategic locations with relative ease. Leading to blame the Biden administration for underestimating the Taliban forces.

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Bus Crashes on New York Thruway

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Bus Crashes on New York Thruway

"Say more than 50. People were taken to hospitals after a bus bound for Niagara Falls, crashed on the New York State Thruway near we'd sport today, that's about 25 miles west of Syracuse. There is no immediate word on the severity of the injuries, but some patients were taken for high level trauma care. The bus was headed from the Fishkill area in the Hudson Valley.

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Norwegian Cruise Line Challenges Florida Passenger Vaccine Law

Buck Sexton

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Norwegian Cruise Line Challenges Florida Passenger Vaccine Law

"Expected soon in the cruise vaccine Passport Band Challenge heard Friday by a federal judge in Miami. Norwegian Cruise Lines argues the ban It is unconstitutional and could cause irreparable harm as it wants to know passengers shot status in order to protect them. Attorney Derek Schaefer says Not having this information could open a huge can of worms in port cities, especially foreign ones that want to see that passengers were vaccinated in order to leave the cruise ship without restrictions and the concerns about local populations that would be compromised and put at risk. If Norwegian can't say all the way that it is planning to do. The state claims Florida has exercised its sovereign power and banning the passports and the businesses should be prohibited from denying service to customers who won't provide vaccine documentation. Wendy

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Sunset Studios to Spend Almost $1 Billion on New U.K. Film Studio

AM Tampa Bay

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Sunset Studios to Spend Almost $1 Billion on New U.K. Film Studio

"Ramped up demand for original content, boosting the need for production facilities. Now the investment firm Blackstone is teaming up with Los Angeles. Space studio operator Hudson Pacific to build a film studio north of London. The two companies will spend $974 million to build a new studio in an expansion of the Piers Sunset Studio business whose Hollywood lots have been host of films including LA LA Land

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Large Miami Rally Calling for Freedom Amid COVID-19 Spike

Maggi Tax

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Large Miami Rally Calling for Freedom Amid COVID-19 Spike

"A surge of covid cases, Miami officials are throwing down a down with the chains Call for Freedom Rally in downtown Miami tonight. The rally is meant to show solidarity for the people of Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba. Commissioner joke Arroyo says Why it's important to show up. They were shot at they were beat up. Hundreds sent to jail and they even took cope with him. I say to you that I think that we could certainly go out there for them and also take on Kobe Arroyo adds that Covid precautions are being taken. The event is outdoors and there will be plenty of sanitation

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New Russian Lab Briefly Knocks Space Station out of Position

Buck Sexton

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

New Russian Lab Briefly Knocks Space Station out of Position

"International space Station, was briefly knocked out of position this afternoon after Russian space lab accidentally fired its boosters after docking program manager Joe Montana Montalbano on how they fit. State Service module engines started firing to recover us in the attitude. There was no damage to the space

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House Clears $2.1 Billion Capitol Security Bill, Sending to Biden

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

House Clears $2.1 Billion Capitol Security Bill, Sending to Biden

Walt Disney World Requiring Masks Indoors Again

Buck Sexton

00:08 sec | 1 year ago

Walt Disney World Requiring Masks Indoors Again

"Walt Disney World has announced all guests ages two and up. Must wear face masks indoors as of Friday, regardless of vaccination

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Stephanie Murphy on Capitol Riot Hearing and "Childish" Partisan Attacks

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Stephanie Murphy on Capitol Riot Hearing and "Childish" Partisan Attacks

"January six attack on the U. S. Capitol. Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy is one of the seven Democrats on the panel. And the loan Floridian. January six was an attack on our democracy. It was an attack on the peaceful transfer of power, and it was an attack on this Capitol building. It was also an attack on real people. The panel is hearing testimony from four police officers who defended the building during the riot. A government agents he in central Florida is issuing a vaccine mandate the Orange County tax collectors

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Carlie Brucia's Killer, Joseph Smith, Dies in Florida Prison

Buck Sexton

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Carlie Brucia's Killer, Joseph Smith, Dies in Florida Prison

"Of killing an 11 year old girl in Sarasota in 2004, has died at a Florida prison. The 55 year old Smith was on death row for the 2004 murder of Carlie Brucia. No cause of death was released. Green Cove Springs born Olympian

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Federal Court Lifts CDC Rules for Florida-Based Cruise Ships

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Federal Court Lifts CDC Rules for Florida-Based Cruise Ships

"Court has sided with Florida to live. CDC CRUISE SHIP rules The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta has ruled to ban pandemic restrictions on cruise ships. Last Saturday three judge panel had temporarily blocked a previous ruling. But the court reversed that decision yesterday. The CDC says Florida's cruise companies still need to report any outbreaks or deaths and follow health dis infections to prevent the introduction, transmission or spread of communicable diseases. Cuban

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"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Night Carl Z. newsradio WFLA after a day with a bit more cloud cover than expected and a few afternoon downpours temperatures fall to around seventy five overnight and we'll start out Sunday morning a lot drier and with more sunshine Sunday afternoon highs near ninety but it will feel warmer than that thanks to the humidity returning there will be a thirty percent chance for those afternoon storms as well rain chances bump up to a forty percent for Monday afternoon before drier air makes its way in and we start to dry out for the middle of the week a new channel eight meteorologist Amanda Holly news radio WFLA now streaming on your Amazon echo and over two thousand devices via the I heart radio at from where with art bell continue courtesy of premier network my guest is a very very interesting manner the flip side of.

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"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:37 min | 2 years ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"On I heart radio this is news radio WFLA please show to see if I can squeeze in my crazy story that happened in the last half hour of the show on to try to squeeze that into this half hour in hour number ones to stand by welcome back if you did want to get your thoughts on de funding the police I would love to hear your thoughts on what I have described as insanity get rid of the bad cops weed them out training reform in departments that made it by default the police where protesters are calling for their police departments to be dismantled is just sheer idiocy your thoughts love to grab your calls as well eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine gets you on I got the audio the democratic mayor of Minneapolis getting booed all kinds of profanity being spewed at the rally over the weekend where he said no I don't want to dismantle and de fond and shut down the Minneapolis police department and what he said no I don't want to do that he got bored which will get to here in just a second of course it was Minneapolis that was ground zero for what is occurring right now where George Floyd was killed by police exactly two weeks ago and under this batter of the phone the police this is fueling a lot of the protests right now and a lot of the anger and if you don't want to defund the police they gonna shout you down they give a shout you out most of the Minneapolis city council has pledged to begin the process of ending the police department nine members of the city council which according to the city council law rules in the city charter that's a veto proof majority nine members of veto proof majority they all took the pledge they don't know how this is going to be accomplished they recognize this or at least somebody even voted to defund or dismantled this band the Minneapolis police department the largest police agency in the entire state of Minnesota shut it down that's what they want but they don't know exactly what is going to happen next you have three members who declined to sign this order this vote reading from a prepared statement yesterday in front of a group of protesters they said that we recognize that we don't have all the answers about what a police free future looks like but our community does we're committed to engaging with every willing community member of the city of Minneapolis over the next year to identify what safety looks like for you so women know polices that mean that what looting and rioting in just smashing windows and just walking into stores is what general law and disorder that's it is that what it looks like yeah they're talking about community policing or I'll give it to some of those details in a second but again this is a recipe for lose control disastrous results so those words that we recognize that we don't have all the answers about what a police free future looks like but our community does those words from the city council those words come one day after the mayor of Minneapolis Jacob Frye told a different crowd of protesters that he doesn't support fully abolishing the police department he was bored beyond belief the F. bombs were flying the woman that was on stage with a microphone demanding that the mayor commit right then and there to dismantling the Minneapolis police department when he said no he doesn't support it she starts dropping the F. bomb on my camera the end of the audio is is not really clear because it's taken from a camera phones and it's through the PA system but don't just take our word for she starts dropping the F. bomb now from this ordeal which you can hear clearly is the crowd just pulling this mayor a Democrat I keep in mind that Jacob Lawrence fry the mayor of Minneapolis he's thirty eight years old he looks like he's about fifteen cattle like over at fox news for years Bret Baier looked like he was twelve until finally he started like looking a little bit older J. comprise thirty eight years old he was a member of the Minneapolis city council yeah he was a member of the city council from twenty thirteen until he was elected mayor in twenty seventeen Democrat he's the he's a member of the Minnesota democratic farmer labor party and they're blowing this guy to smithereens F. bombs everything the difference of opinion between the mayor and the city council has set off a gigantic guarantee problem this gonna be a long complicated slog this is gonna be a very contentious long debate about what's gonna happen in Minneapolis again like I said the largest police agency police force in the state of Minnesota but the folks in Minneapolis who only heard the headlines and the talking points that city council has a veto proof majority in support of doing away with the police they're gonna be pretty disappointed frustrated when they realize that for now most of this is Josh rhetoric most of this is jazz clap trap do they need reforms that they need better training the ADF to weed out the bad officers it in the Minneapolis police department and agencies across the country of course you do but it's a small percentage I truly believe that most cops are there to serve and protect well some city council members sort of provided hints of what the changes might look like sending mental health professionals or social workers to respond to certain emergencies yeah it's great let's send lunch ladies with reflective safety vests on this to stop us a bank robbery in progress the group did not present a single unified vision of how they would replace policing and public safety in Minneapolis again it's this mob mentality I'm just burn it all down with no cold gin plan of how you replace it and how you would guarantee public safety in Minneapolis it's pure insanity you have a black community activist they recognize that words are not actions but they still gave city council the standing ovation over the weekend which clearly is better than the mayor got then J. come Friday god at one of these rallies one of these protests over the weekend and fried got slammed and curse that F. bombs flying for just making a hold only one reasonable statement he said I do not support the full abolition of the police department what is wrong with that find me a single mayor in the United States who would support the complete abolishment all of the major city police department listen I'm not talking about the little Waldo Florida police department which was disbanded us some years ago and then the county took over Waldo is that famous slow speed trap that M. and Lottie Florida along the U. S. three oh one that the subject of even sixty minutes pieces of I'm not mistaken but what I thought about a little like six member police department in a little rural town yeah we're talking about the Minneapolis police work who the hell is going to support that what the same rational mayor that cares about the safety and security of their city would say yes the police shut it down they're spread all body so for what Jacob Frye said but no I don't suppose he wants extreme reformers but you don't dismantle the police department and they're yelling shame shame they're yelling go home Jacob goal home we play the audio of that and I James I think I'm past the point where the cursing has ended but you yeah you can just here's the audio.

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"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Org page Carrera newsradio WFLA hot and steamy this afternoon with a high near eighty eight that's right around average for this time of year showers and thunderstorms develop inland and stay east of I seventy five tonight muggy with a low near seventy four Friday afternoon high near ninety one and a thirty percent chance for some afternoon storms those develop inland and push toward the coast by Friday evening Saturday same story a high near ninety one thirty percent chance for some afternoon storms on the water today southwest winds at about five not smooth bay waters a new channel eight meteorologist Amanda Holly canalis news radio WFLA ninety four point five FM and great to have you with us forms of fastest three hours in media hosted by me America's real anchorman doing the job the drive by media long sought to DO but haven't done anything who knows how many years total number eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two if you want to be on the programs we have in a corner in the previous hour who thinks that there is a blue state shutdowns are not about ruining the economy.

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"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Newsradio WFLA expect a gorgeous start to our Friday with those temperatures in the upper fifties clear skies we'll see a lot of sunshine Friday afternoon as well with those highs staying below average your eighty one Saturday a week front will try and sneak in will introduce ten percent chance for a few isolated showers it will feel more humid as well with highs in the mid eighties Sunday though better chances for rain the highest chances for rain will be farther to the south on the water Friday southeast winds turning west about fifteen knots additionally meteorologist Amanda Holly news radio WFLA now streaming on your Amazon echo in over two thousand devices via the I heart radio at.

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"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"News radio WFLA fired either no one is leaving anyone behind if a bear attack nope we're all gonna stick together and be as a family star stuff like that hello this is a restricted area who are you he works for the CDC I want to know what's going on here Sir if you a lot of people watching to find out that you're conducting is you all I can tell you is that there's a flu like illness spreading among some of the people are affected fourteen minutes yes hundreds of residents are reporting strange Zacks turned twenty people this is really weird hello to see what is the exact nature contagious deadly kills within thirty six hours one escaped convict was infected he's dead the control the disease by controlling information you can protect the public by lying to them this is almost half the time so the full procedure all this stuff I'm quite a ways they were listening ground zero it was just like in the movies what is the day the earth stood still the pods were coming out of the sky kitco virtually under our beds and while we slept a bit of our humanity was taken with it and then just then they tell us by the way.

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"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

10:45 min | 2 years ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Up in minutes on newsradio WFLA and welcome back to coast to coast Dr Michael Salla with us is we're talking about his book rise of the red dragon Michael why in the world would we help out a communist nation with the space program well that goes back to the nineteen eighties we thought Ronald Reagan was president from nineteen ninety one to nineteen ninety nine he was he received a briefing and he truly believes that the United States and other major countries in the world needs to stand together to defend the planet against an extraterrestrial invasion that he received a briefing about hostile extraterrestrials and and whether anyone believes it or not it from the public record that Reagan did go to mate geo a political events and actually spoke about the need for the major countries to come together to cooperate to deal with an alien invasion end of the most famous of course was the his speech in nineteen eighty seven at the United Nations I know and I thought he was just saying that to just say that but maybe there was some fact behind it all what if it definitely able to believe it and and the question is well why did you believe that the major powers on the planet needed to band together to defend against the host of Paul extraterrestrials and that's when it comes to the alleged briefing that the Reagan receding nine ninety ninety one and it's quite controversial but I think it did happen that the the he received a briefing as this leaked documents suggest involving his CIA director William Casey all he received a briefing very similar to but nevertheless he received a briefing which which didn't come across live on different points of the different reports about China cooperating with the United States at the very classified facilities and some American fighters got very upset about this one fighter Boyd bushman who work with the Lockheed Martin actually at the skunk works he actually has a big site in an interview that he was very upset when he learned about Chinese scientists working at area fifty one a long flight American scientists understand these alien technology and and that was all because Reagan's truly believe that join a network with the United States to defend the planet against the fall if interest okay but there was a deeper agenda here which is that the people that briefed Reagan only getting partial information just what they thought he needed to know all right that please right thank god you've come to dangle the carrot in front of him and and knew that he would follow a particular direction and and come and get all these countries to cooperate to deal with the a possible alien species that was hopeful about what they want the people that brief Gregory wanted in return was access to China's secret join the long history of ancient technologies that have been recorded in the various engine scripture there are affecting China and probably the most important of food for the secret government were China's pyramid the Chinese payment there are hundreds of them and then but I am not more for Liam even though the Chinese government will tell you that they mostly and that date to the second century BC and the other two rooms above the the chain and the hand emperors that that's nonsense buy out much much older there are reports that actually there were reports that China's treatment date all the way back to the Atlantean era so just just as he having Egypt where you have your ancient pyramids that date back thousands of years before conventional oculus is willing to admit but then you also have man made versions that are inferior the same thing happened in China we had some very ancient pyramid that are being covered up by the Chinese government and I think you have later ones that were kind of a bill by some of the Chinese emperors and that's and that's with the Chinese government kind of like all up to skate the true origins update because to me it's saying that they were Muslims was bursting fact while some Chinese emperors did build on a pyramid like Malvo never as big as the ones that they expect to be Atlantean era Michael let's talk a little bit about the U. S. air force's secret space program under the duck doctor Theodore vend Carmen how extensive was that program well that was really the beginning of the if what's the secret space program me nineteen forty four as the sycamore war was winding to an end beautiful common was basically given a briefing by general hap Arnold who is the only five star the and a force general he was the chief of the army air forces it was not at the time and he basically wanted bomb common to put together a the most the most competent scientific team of experts that he could find we would study all of the advances in aeronautical science that had been discovered during the second World War and especially that were that would being developed in Germany in **** Germany I have ten I have Arnold was was not good news that the Germans had built flying forces that they had wonderful support of talks on the development and and this is a fact you know this is you know this that Germany was developing flying horses for the war effort where the controversy Lana was that reversed technology or was this something they were developing on the Rome well you know that's a part of the debate you know it was this just the work of certain scientific endeavors such as you know although Schumann and a few others or was it because of the Germans had gained access to some alien technologies we we do know that there was a flying saucer crash in nineteen thirty three in Italy and that Mussolini and Hitler did reach an agreement technology exchange agreement and I did cooperate in developing a a secret space program that that was reverse engineering the flying horses Italy and Germany were cooperating and that and and they were German and Italian scientists come forward to confirm that yet it was a flying through the program under development where will the controversy life is hell for that development wasn't just you know developing some prototype said elected Mrs Smith died jet jet fighter that colonel light gardens never really saw a lot of that I never really thought mesti Wellman for the war effort what did they successfully develop it and just take it into a remote location as the world was coming to an end to basically start off again from that remote location and particle that's what the debate is but you know regardless of that the bite what is the fact is that doctor Shannon was part of the scientific group that vehicle one common put together at the request of general Arnold to basically analyze all of the most advanced analytical technologies are not help out there and that the night was sent to Germany in nineteen forty five was an operation lusty love for science and technology exactly that's the one that see I read your book Michael are good you got the copy great web slowly great I'm glad you got that yeah operation lost the amazing program we you basically had the the team all these different things go to there were two non team that the team that went there to find all of the advanced aerospace technologies that the Germans had developed to ship back to the United States the study at places like right Patterson airforce base and also you have a scientific team that went to interview all the German scientists look at whatever technologies were they to make assessments as to which scientists which technologies could be taken back to the United States for study and reverse engineering and and look the same the walls the only non U. S. the person in that scientific team your doctor it shed actually with with interrogated Werner von Braun so they they you have done in in the occupied Germany at that time you had the future the founder of the Chinese space program interrogating the German founder of the event space program who would then go on to help launch a massive space program so it's really unique thing that that happened historically an optician while involved in all of that and he he brought it basically went back and he along with the other five to help stop the one common develop a multi decade long blueprint for the development of a secret space program that the Air Force would build and this was something that was fully funded by the Clinton administration using a lot of off off the off the books the funding sources that the CIA was was created to degenerate and so that was how the if full secret space program began in soon after the end of the civil war win by book all of these captive technology and all of the scientists scientists to the United States to understand and then reverse engineer secret space program using supersonic flying force across and off the ship was a part of that from from the inception okay.

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"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Newsradio WFLA well the weather's just fantastic and it'll feel like that this evening temperatures falling into the low seventies comfortable lower humidity fifty nine degrees on Friday morning pretty close to an average April day for Friday eighty one degrees for a high in the afternoon abundant sunshine beautiful weather overall slowly start at little humidity but hardly noticeable for Saturday sixty one eighty three for a high on Sunday a high of eighty one a few more clouds and a ten percent chance of showers southeast southwest winds ten not sees wanted to a light chop on bay waters I knew generally keep it all just Steve Jr technician it show live every weekday afternoon from three to six on twelve fifty W. agency impact radio is this it closed at four o'clock eastern time just a few minutes ago and the Dow closed up about four hundred seventy point four seven zero four ninety or make that for sixty nine point ninety three for sixty nine point ninety three that's about four hundred seventy points up on the Dow after a big losing day yesterday folks the roller coaster ride he is it's going to be for several months at least.

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"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Z. newsradio WFLA days in a row now with record high temperatures will be right back there for the second half of the weekend more sunshine getting hot again Sunday afternoon with high temperatures in the upper eighties overnight those low temperatures staying very mild only dropping back into the upper sixties mid eighties expected into the early portion of the week before a weak front bring some small shower chance is the middle of the week on the water tomorrow a southeast wind turning south at ten not sees around two feet just a light chop on the bay I'm storm team eight meteorologist Ian Oliver news radio WFLA now streaming on your Amazon echo and over two thousand devices via the I heart radio at the latest updates on the corona virus the economy and Florida news at the top and bottom of the hour on news radio WFLA if you're tired of the big media blaming president trump for the corona virus you can do something about it now news Max one of the best news channels in America is conducting a national poll asking you what you think about president trump's handling of the crisis we urge you to vote in news Max's poll it's easy just text the word virus to thirty nine seven four seven that's virus to thirty nine seven four seven newsmax will share the poll results with the media Congress and the White House it takes just a minute so text virus to thirty nine seven for seven from your phone president trump is under serious attack show your support form today and don't forget to watch newsmax TV it's America's fastest growing cable news channel available on DirectTV dish Xfinity spectrum files universe optimum **** Suddenlink and many more check your cable guide so watch newsmax TV today and don't forget to vote for president trump just text virus to thirty nine seven four seven now we know these are trying times for our community and local businesses at ninety eight rock and I heart media we want to help promote your local business at no cost to you if you're open and still providing a service to our community we want to help get your message out send an email to my business is open at I heart media dot com our team of professional marketers will help you with a fifteen to thirty second message to air on one of our nine radio stations here in Tampa this is a no cost advertising opportunity to promote your business send an email to my business is open at I heart media dot com a social distancing tip from I.

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Matt gives newsradio WFLA very pleasant through the evening hours after it was a warm afternoon will see low clouds and some patchy fog developing during the overnight hours tonight muggy and mild with temperatures only dropping back into the upper sixties to around seventy very similar look on Wednesday could see a few isolated showers round first thing in a few more those into the afternoon high temperatures in the low eighties heading back to the low eighties on Thursday before a cold front cools us down the end of the week boating forecast Wednesday an east wind turning northwest at five not sees around two feet smooth on bay waters on storm to make meteorologists you know catch the Schnitt show live every weekday afternoon from three to six on twelve fifty W. H. and C. impact radio is this all right welcome to our three Tuesday did show on case here today our phone number eight hundred eight oh one eighty nine ninety nine so just give you'll recap some of the stories from today including Mike Bloomberg who is not just a fan of musicals not just stay farming a genius but also playing official debate attendee that's right tomorrow's debate will be the first to host Bloomberg who achieved these third I think it was he needed three polls of at least ten percent approve polls and he did just get ten percent of nineteen percent in the poll released today Sir that'll get you there infirmary some tweaking to the rules largely.

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Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Seventy WFLA and online at WFLA news dot com seven o'clock good morning I'm Chris Franklin possible tornado in Pinellas county that story coming up versus update the roads here's came along from a Florida central credit union almost traffic center do whichever accident now on I two seventy five south boundary Fallon Hillsborough and Aston's got the shoulder block near sly Avenue we do have a crash on US forty one now in southern Hillsborough County that'll be southbound south of college Avenue overturned vehicle right it can't street there whatever some slow going on I four the westbound direction between twenty second street nine to seventy five and we do have a high wind warning up to the sunshine skyway bridge but all lanes are open to all vehicles except updated seven ten K. long as radio WFLA staying cool all day in the mid sixties with a breeze out of the northwest it's sixty two degrees said newsradio WFLA a tornado may have touched down in Pinellas county as a strong storm squall moved through the area it happened in Pinellas park near the area of sixty sixth street north and ninety seven th Avenue power lines were knocked down a roof ripped off a home a tree fell on a house in Seminole just as the tornado warnings were being sounded strong winds downed power lines and trees across the bay area overnight the north west Pasco county woman is fortunate to be alive after a huge oak tree blew over trapping the elderly woman inside her mobile home actually Holton lives next door she tells.

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"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Newsradio WFLA you are close to ceding that generally lots of clear skies to temperature sixty four degrees very pleasant night in a nice winter evening here in the bay area fifty to start the day on Wednesday pretty close to our average low maybe a little cool increasing clouds of thirty percent rain chance for the disturbance rolling through the area seventy one for a high for there's a small chance of showers seventy one degrees for a high another round of showers and possible storms Friday at forty percent with a high of seventy three carrying into early Saturday east to south winds ten **** wanted to a light choppy waters I'm news generally chief meteorologist Steve jury news radio WFLA streaming on your Amazon echo and over two thousand devices via the I heart radio at from the city of angels near the Pacific Ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world George nori welcome to coast to coast AM later on tonight natural events here's what's happening very powerful magnitude seven point seven earthquake struck in the sea just south of Cuba triggering a tsunami warning for Cuba Jamaica and the Cayman Islands it was thank god it didn't hit on land.

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Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Stock market going through the roof Hey Democrats love said to that Jed web and that's how I see it yeah that's a good steam doesn't know it yet but this selfie he's about to snap but shouldn't because it's dangerous to take pictures and drive that one's going on Instagram will cost and just work in the car next to an thus resulting in a twelve car pile up you are now stuck in don't be a victim of stupid fifteen the latest traffic report at the top and bottom of every hour on newsradio WFLA want to win a thousand Bucks your shot coming up at six at six on news radio WFLA hopefully the virus in the case in the US have been contained and we don't have any further spread in the US but a Chinese nurse whistle blowers says that China has ninety thousand six with a corona by response have a great night we'll see you back here tomorrow is WFLA Hey there I'm fingers and I'm Natalie and we host the podcast I've got one for you which is available on I heart radio basically we tell the secret weird unique and sometimes gross embarrassing stories from our lives for your entertainment who knew an audio podcast can involves so much drinking check it out right now yeah give us a listen I've got.

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"At the end of the day tonight said on newsradio WFLA we're talking about getting out of that time share on newsmakers today on Larry Morgan and with me is the owner of Lone Star transfer Karen Holloway so Karen we've been talking to you for a while now about Lone Star transfer and how you and your team can relieve people of that crushing financial burden why is it important to you that Lone Star transfer is successful we have seen that there has been so much pain in this industry that when people actually reach out to us and they're asking for help it is very important to us that we can legally and ethically get them out of their time share so they will have no more liability to that time share no I know many people are already aware of the financial obligation they have from a time share so how can Lone Star transfer help our listeners get out of their time share and what should they expect from you what a time share owner can expect when they call our office after their free consultation we give them a process on how we can make sure that they have no more liability to that time share it's something that we try to do as quickly and as effectively as possible there's so many different time shares and there's so many different situations for individuals we would be more than happy to give them some assistance I know a lot of people have already heard of Lone Star transfer of it might have heard of some of the other time share relief companies out there as well what do you think it's important to call Lone Star over those other companies I really believe that Lone Star transfer is second to none in our service our customer service and the care that we give to our clients and we're really proud of the service that we give so how does someone get in touch with you we ask that you.

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03:02 min | 2 years ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Up in minutes on newsradio WFLA and welcome back George dory with you've been washed off with us Ben I'm in shock that the Chinese government allows this to happen I'm today it's almost if they're getting paid off or something I am too it really is shocking no I think originally they wanted to promote their promote the exports of their chemical companies and at first they didn't realize that these chemical companies we're sending deadly fentanyl to the U. S. but by now they have to realize it's it's long since past the time when they should realize this is happening to other countries to where they're getting affected by the federal Cory's also has a terrible epidemic right along the lines of the U. S. but it hasn't hit Europe and other places as bad the reason is because of the opioid crisis here starting with the prescription pills like oxycontin and it's it's gonna heroin in our fence and which is even worse when you got into this because of the personal situation with a friend I mean did you ever expect it to be this bad and widespread no I didn't expect it and I'll tell you and even the D. A. did not see it coming they published a report in twenty fifteen that said fentanyl it's it's dangerous but it's not going to be a big problem in America because it's too powerful users don't want it it's not going to be an issue and then it was only one year after the D. A. said that in twenty sixteen that fence no began killing more Americans than any drug in history the fact that they don't seem to care about the killing off of their market share customers what does that tell you well it tells you that drug dealers and the drug distributors the Mexican cartels they're very profit driven and and the the casualties are not a factor to the the Mexican cartels in fact are switching over from heroin and cocaine in in drugs like that as fast as they can to fentanyl because fans and like I said it's in the attic it's made in a lab it's much more powerful it's much cheaper so the the cartels one wanna sell as much fence no they can to grains of rice could probably kill you say two grains are right absolutely chase I mean that's just a minute yeah it's it's very scary it's it fifty times more powerful than heroin so the one kilo of fentanyl is equivalent to fifty kilos worth of heroin now are you saying that that little girl to grains of rice which is so minute that that's the total that beach put into the cocaine that could kill you or do you have to inhale or snaffle or whatever the two grains of rice size to do it right well it depends on the purity so if the fentanyl is purer than yeah if you inhale if you shootout if you know if you take it anyway just to grade the right that's enough to kill you yeah insoles for them to put in that equivalent they've I don't even know how to they distribute cocaine and what sizes to an individual who is a guy by a little bag or what yeah there's a there's a quantity known as an eight ball which you know is is a little bit bigger it's maybe for the whole night see usage but the problem is not just that there could be fentanyl in the cocaine but is that nobody knows like I said the purity so if it's really really diluted if there's all sorts of other you know baking soda or Benadryl in dogs people put in there that in it it might not have any effective at any effect at all but if the fence in those more purer right if you kill you right away and nobody knows that's the thing the users don't know how it is the dealers don't even the distributors that unknown alone should get people to stop yeah exactly I mean why don't they put in corn starch for crying out loud lease nobody's gonna die from that well they because the the Sentinel gives it so much of a khaki and so not only is it cheaper what good is a kick Benjamin if somebody dies well that that's exactly the attitude that I think most people would pay but the the the addicted users these long time users you know it's sad to say they're looking for something that so so powerful that when they see here someone else die they say well that someone else that won't happen to me is it almost a given that if you ingest the two grains of rice size of fat knoll it's going to get you it depends on your tolerance and how long you've been doing it and for some people it would be less there are some people who have a built up a tolerance it could be that much or more what do you do next as a investigative reporter I mean what can you do you've already done your job well I.

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"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"wfla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"WFLA as we have discussed California residents have experienced outbreaks of wildfires of past couple weeks tens of thousands of people were evacuated on short notice more than a million residents lost power for at least a day and most for many longer period that that when utility company shut down power grids in certain regions things rolling blackouts and with all of that disruption at where the usual reaction mom my guy can't charge my car all know they're going to sing is all the refrigerator reforms going to spoil but you know what else happened businesses and individuals dependent on their computers six have a decision to make do you take your computer with you when a fortunate in vacuum way it makes the case for having all that data backed up and safely secured somewhere else that's were I drive comes in such a kick out of your house sometimes a day sometimes a week don't you be probably take your computer with you what if you can't what do you need to access the data from somewhere else that you've got to have it you got to be backed up I'm telling you there is no substitute for being backed up and you can't have too many of them as far as I'm concerned now I drive is the backup company that we recommend for having your data backed up an offsite location some fires are gonna touch it hurricanes all that stuff stuff is going to happen where you live your back office somewhere else therefore it's immune to whatever is happening in your location I drive makes it easy by the way to back up your data it download their software one time and it starts to back up everything your emails your files pictures videos charged graphs whatever you've got backed it up to a cloud based server in a file only you can access and it doesn't cost much six dollars a month I mean that's great peace of mind.