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"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

07:06 min | 8 months ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Me down. Since my best gather and me down Turn me down since my best gal turned me down, Turn me down since my best l turned me down. Um I'm jealous of the moon. The kinds of Because it smiles upon the one alive. I'm jealous. All the birdies and they're always singing's leaders. Melody. I'll tell us all the pretty flowers too on Miss Kiss they always get from you. I'm jealous. Sounds a tic tac on this show. I'm even getting jealous of myself. Mm hmm. Come on. Rhythm is business rhythm is what we sell. Rhythm is all business business show is well now in filled with riddles. What you need If you got rid of them you show to succeed. Rhythm is our business business shows well, he's the drummer man in the band and crawl beats on them drunk. In the man. Oh, when he does tricks with sticks, boys in the band awfully hot legs. He plays saxophone. In the band job plays the saxophone in the man already goes up that scale feeding Fuck, dude. Let daddy Most plays on the base in the man in the most plays on that base in the van. Now when he picks all those things happen, is you he bring blows on the trumpet. In the band and pasties. Those all that trumpet in the band. Oh, he's guy hits my makes You think he's in this guy. Rhythm is a business. W O R T Thanks. It's listener sponsors and Willy Street Coop, offering online ordering and curbside pickup of groceries and prepared foods. Details are at Willie ST dot co op slash curbside. Madison is a collective arts and literature lab and the Wisconsin Union Theater present Winter Dig jazz 2021 Syriza's Thies Friday Livestream events feature original music by local jazz artists and are free to the public. The February 12 show features want.

"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Hold one we don't you know well you it is good good yes good W. O. R. T. thinks it's listener sponsors and community shares of Wisconsin the nation's first social action fund community shares connects donors with more than sixty local grassroots member groups working for social change and environmental justice gifts may be made to community shares and its many member nonprofits including W. O. R. T. through workplace giving campaigns this fall for more information community shares dot com or six oh eight two five six one zero six six Peter welcomes mandolin orange on Saturday twelve PM play circle in more mandolin orange's singer songwriter and multi instrumentalist Andrew marlin and violinist guitarist will be friends they released four albums of both the folk and americana scene with their claim twenty thirteen record the side of Jordan which NPR news called bliss in beautiful Mandarin oranges for one of the four fold festival and pick up opening for mandolin orange's Swedish Icelandic female duo my Bubba mandolin orange Saturday March play circle in Wisconsin union W. O. R. T. eighty nine point nine and that.

"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"The Wisconsin union theater presents the Asher string quartet with David Finkle on Saturday January twenty fifth at seven thirty PM yes your string quartet has received acclaim for its expressive nuanced performances that combine unusual textural clarity for the rich blended sound in his hometown of New York the ensemble serves as season artists of the chamber music society of Lincoln center on this tour the group is joined on stage by one hundredth anniversary artistic adviser David Finkle cello for Schubert's quintet in C. major D. nine fifty six the energetic quartet also plays homage to the first concert series in nineteen twenty with Chrysler's quartets in a minor the Wisconsin union theater presents the usher string quartet with David Finkle on Saturday January twenty fifth at seven thirty PM you are listening to W. O. R. T. eighty nine point nine FM Madison and Debbie or TFM dot org W. O. R. T. thanks it's listener sponsors and the wine and hop shop Madison's local source for home brew and winemaking supplies the wine and hop shop is open seven days a week at nineteen nineteen mineral street and has an east side pick up location for online orders at working draft beer company located at eleven twenty nine east Wilson street more information available at wine and hop dot com we hear recordings featuring camp Calloway and his orchestra in those recordings me back in nineteen forty forty one we started with the number total this moved to one into that covered quite ably by a truly Christian and Benny Goodman among others then we heard a tapping off well in that lonesome nights in that women arranged by penny current featuring Chu berry in there on the tenor sax following that we heard bye bye blues into Dizzy Gillespie on.

"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Yes she the W. O. R. T. board of directors will hold its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday November twentieth at seven PM here at the W. O. R. T. studios at one eighteen south Bedford street the public is welcome to attend W. or T. thanks it's listener sponsors and community shares of Wisconsin community shares and its member groups envision a future where we all have clean water and air all neighbors have family supporting jobs and all communities in Wisconsin are safe healthy and thriving gifts may be made to community shares and its many member non profits through work please giving campaigns was full information at community shares dot com or six zero eight two five six one zero six six the Wisconsin union theater presents the Elise yeah over to Joe quintet at the place circle on Thursday November twenty first at eight PM Lisa over to Jeff first stepped into the public eye in twenty thirteen as a soloist with the Brooklyn tabernacle choir performing in president Obama's second inauguration well the two does not backed by her own quintet deliver her first solo album timeless in twenty fourteen down beat describes a St Louis native voice as having a full body tone precise pitch and personal engagement at the lowest whisper our highest well over to Jenner band will perform songs from her album entitled intuition songs from the minds of women the Wisconsin union theater presents Elise yeah all of which are quintet at the place circle on Thursday November twenty first at eight PM you are listening to W. O. R. T. eighty nine point nine FM Madison W..

"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"And then it's got to be the finest non ironic hip hop polka on the planet by the November criminals the front yeah yeah yeah so yeah buy a framing and all back this is just one of many parts in many styles of looking out World War one and what is this to start a massive effort called the greatest war and when is that happening so it's happening on November eleventh twenty nineteen and on on Vetter what's now known as veterans day but was before known as armistice day which is something we talk about in the show it's at the memorial union Shannon hall in the Wisconsin union theater at seven thirty PM and it's a rock and roll history show like to just mention this is a multi media there is it's a concert with multiple bands there's spoken word there's a giant twenty foot LED video wall ends I do want to mention I know we we we we can mention that specific ticket price but I can say that there are discounts both for you to be medicine students and union tomorrow union members right yes Sir also arrived just to list the incredible number of people who were involved in this of course the cancers and John Lynch November criminals the viper and is famous orchestra Sean Michael Dargan Hana John Taylor to list the musical part but then and I don't know sick product yeah from the cash box king's from the cash for the things well yeah he plays the the home the harmonica piece for Silent Night okay yeah and then we have a some very recognizable names in a lot of those folks who have come together for this so we have John Nichols a gym Fleming who are both of them involved in media and radio and prince and then also Katie Norman yeah Keating also sings ready yet so he Norman it's got McKenna Campbell maybe maybe a little lesser known to to your listeners but they they've they've been in a lot of production specially the both actors and musicians and they performed a around to an indoor camera like Shakespeare dork dork county and and the Milwaukee but Katie sings with the kids or is on a few numbers and then they do their own song together I'm going to butcher the name but it's a it's a German songs your your sets in by Simon by Simon I'm not looking at it so I'm going to butcher even worse but it's a it's a song that was popular in Wisconsin a German song it was got the nineteen fourteen right and then I will talk about next week of all over and huge ties that there were between Wisconsin and Germany at that point so we'll revisit will visit that next sure McCurry good week and then also have to give a shout out to tell your to youth and global revolutions on Helena whites who is involved also in this production and who also in her own series on her granddad styrene yeah yeah four one and that's how we pull from she reads a couple of of entries from his diary in in the show that's when we focus on the medical workers and then we have also Yvette Pino who is a veteran but also part of this artist collective of a test run who served and and she she's involved with the veteran from museum here Madison too and I think yeah I can the one of the things that was fantastic about pulling this together was the the support and assistance that we got from the veterans museum as well as from the Historical Society who really has been amazingly supportive of this and then also with Banco Leslie departure with the research consultant and also Jon fossel adjacent Vassallo passes the he's he works the magic of the all the technical aspect really smiled as highly technical show and then Sir Marty the production manager so yep there Marty makes cut takes a she she hurts cats professionally and that's what would that you're dealing with this big group of of musicians is just that and she does an amazing job right so I think we pretty much had all the individuals associated plus thank you yeah yeah we should just mention as well four seasons theater which they're Marty is course part of his is a huge part of production support as is Wisconsin unit theater on they've helped do some of the funding for the show Ste do your gear out of Milwaukee that's that's has a generous donation of LED very well and numerous light lighting rigs lighting equipment and then we get a lot of our historical archival material from generous support from Wisconsin Historical Society and Wisconsin to give a shout out to the library and serves as a it's going to show to all librarians yeah also I wanted to let folks know if you go and and turn your browser the greatest war dot org that'll get you over to the official page and you get a little bit of a test to see some of a sort of a production design so it's a great way of learning more about the show yes pictures is the program there's a couple of videos and not easily alike to buy tickets alright so yeah it's been a pleasure yeah we will see you again next week yeah the four to six and a half I have more more the greatest were because there is just so much to talk about that it's hard you can't really fit in one show and I'm I'm glad the productions back and it's just another opportunity for those of us who you seen it we I feel like I want to see it again but if anyone has something that this is a second chance to experience it so yeah thanks again and we'll be right back with some more global revolutions and thanks again we'll see you guys next week great thanks mounting thank you thank you guys chilling thought provoking rocking important these are just a few words that have been used to describe the greatest war war.

"wisconsin union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"S. futures are trading higher but have faith since the last time we spoke out futures now just up seventeen points espys gain three NSX futures climbed by thirteen he was a ten year old at one point five eight percent gold is little changed in Japan fell to percent overnight we P. markets are trading mixed right now back in the U. S. on the economic front eight thirty initial jobless claims at nine forty five marquee which services PMI and it's ten o'clock fax orders durable goods orders and I. S. M. nine manufacturing acted about last night Tessa fell short of a hundred thousand deliveries and GoPro cut its forecast shares are down sixteen percent in the premarket regarding earnings this morning Pepsi keep record PS and organic sales beat estimates and in other news the Seattle time support at Boeing urge the F. eight eight ease seven thirty seven MAX safety standards wrapping things up radio is upgrade to outperform acrid suis tessellate downgrade to market perform at JMP securities and TV Ameritrade Schwab anti trade well cut over at Wells Fargo live from the first breaking news desk combo Maloney care. thank you to hear live breaking news severe Bloomberg types walk on your terminal S. Q. U. A. W. K. and that's a Bloomberg business flash Tom and John thank you so much Karen greatly appreciate that really digress here and we're not going to do your X. whiskey brie cheese and all that but it's on terrorists in order to do is get a quick update here and again we'll give you some data checks here through the morning with price pressure who covers the World Trade Organization and you say well where is it in the answers is in Geneva Switzerland where we go to Switzerland we almost always go to Credit Suisse UBS Zurich and there's a whole nother world in Geneva which is more than a world away from Zurich Mr **** joins us here on all the sinners price to get to get things going here what is the power of the W. T. all right now given a president of the United States it's not a big fan. yeah it's it's pretty powerless at the moment Tom and it's it's on its last legs and that's in new small sex from what the trump administration's been doing is thought to work outside its rules with its retaliation against China and it's under cut its dispute settlement system by blocking appellate body members that said yesterday's ruling at the WTO is a big one for the U. S. it provides a strong weapon for Donald Trump to retaliate against see you and it may persuade him to stay in the WTO bit longer surprises talk about the ruling to the United States managed to win from the W. C. I and what the United States is not it's due to punish the Europeans what's the plan right so US trade representative issued a final list yesterday that included about a hundred fifty products upon which it would impose tariffs that includes aircraft from the Spanish olives Scotch whisky and French wine those terrorists are set to go into effect as soon as October eighteenth now the E. U. will be under pressure to retaliate but due to some sequencing and the issue to the WTO you'll have to wait another six to nine months until the WTO provides authorization for the U. to retaliate in a alternate dispute on Boeing Bryce this sounds very very complicated how long does this go on full. it's been going on fifteen years I figure I'll have a few more gray hairs. Bryce the United States as Tom pointed out has been very unhappy with the WTO I imagine they are placed on this occasion how's that relationship going at the moment. well at least in the U. S. is trying to change the way that the WTO works the fundamental argument is that win China joined in two thousand one the rules of the global trade have changed and the World Trade Organization needs to change as a result of that so the US has offer proposals to improve the negotiating function the dispute settlement function and its regular work some folks in Geneva are not particularly happy with the kind of hardball approach that this administration has used but they agree that some changes need to happen at the WTO. this is a great talk we cut to the chase John like so from Marcia a dolphin while a week Chisholm told us there is saying sure man she it's eighteen ninety nine a pound a young which is rich I mean folks it's way more than than were pull pull enough for after thought the farmers a dolphin wide eighteen ninety nine a pound rounded up nineteen Bucks what's it going to cost after this terror Tom it's gonna get more expensive there's gonna be a twenty five percent up charge on basically every kind of cheese you can imagine from Europe you're better off getting the local American stuff when it comes will you want you want you want John to buy that Wisconsin union Jack stuff with the pepper in the pub mental when it Tom American cheese delicious I recommend you you have to try it we can wow site seems to Bryce Bryce. you shouldn't project I'm glad this on to may occur no problem with American they're going to do they're going to come back my cross gonna call Americal angle we're going after the vita. that's when you get really upset when I get upset those are fighting words that'll kill you said Dr thank you price basher thank you for tolerating discipline but WTO reporter how may times to say that every month thank you for tolerating us see if you had the V. the cheese not be told me about it is the log of the visa cheese what you eat it with you do you put it. you just put you don't you put it what you put it on you put it on toast okay yeah well the people it's creative you can go to the web and see though is this for answering Haitians or is this for every day there's a running battle over what is it I I can't I'm not sure they can call cheese account what kind of cliche this is a capital formulation it's not it's not a chariots of. we we improved you in from OJ cheese offered one. how did you improve it got the cheese some guy in like nineteen thirties on the wiki in front of me. they invented in may because only because of dollars just so well let's go distillation. valve either major desire do often enjoy something on Netflix inside bills prime with Bill Gates yes fantastic here and he talked about this moment where he would be the stuff cool tank tank yeah but he would exit with water that he did you see that Ross eight said yeah bro when it was cutting ten came in I want to talk about. the thought of you you did yeah because I was right you would sit there was even better the jar of Tang was next to the jar of St. what sangka Cinco was the taking of coffees. nice. if someone tuned in and they were like I don't know what the initial jobless claims around six minutes time which you probably shouldn't upland books of either the yen one oh seven list to date here. one forty four seven percent what you need to know two days of carnage in the markets John are looking at the.

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"wisconsin union" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Should dig up Robert Bork in. do weekend it more. not only was a mainstream conservative I mean he worked in the bush administration you don't get any more you know liberal Republican than the than the than the bush administration but he voted with the majority more than any justice in his first term more than any other just as he was in the majority ninety plus percent of the time he was the the picture perfect textbook definition of mainstream conservative I'm here to see head spin completely around so if the president nominates Amy Coney Barrett and you know how she is she is Heisman Trophy State Farm in those abortions right she has the lane made anti abortion machine watching pelo C. and Schumer and all these folks had spent completely around I'm here for that's why we need it went with cabin all most of many of us on the on the the constitution was etcetera wanted wanted her because he said look at the story have you put up there anyway just go for the home run don't worry about the quote unquote moderation or somebody you can get through put her up there one of sabotage a woman they would have done it and she's awesome and she's really tough and it's going to be fun to watch how so many people who claim that the trump administration as awful toward women. down a woman if it is indeed a me Connie bear the gets the next. of ourselves here I was just speaking hypothetically if trump does but did you ever RBG how long was he yeah it well is there any doubt terms could get another term I mean look at the clowns he's running against can you picture any of the big three Biden Sanders or worn by the way campaigns can be awesome against any one of those three I just can't wait whoever does we win no matter what here in this business but can you picture any of them beating him the answer is no fox news just had a poll that came out and I think this is the most interesting question that's been asked and very few people have asked it but the number of people that said they expect trump to be reelected is overwhelmingly higher than the people decided in twenty eighteen and that's what matters smokes but they never troubles robber gonna say well that's a poll from fox of course they're going to say that well it's the same old as buying ahead of ahead of trump so look Donald Trump is going to win because union guy in Wisconsin union guy in Pennsylvania union guy in Ohio union guy in Michigan the people who will decide this election are going to say do I like the direction of the economy do I like the direction my family is headed the answer is resoundingly yes because this is the greatest economy not just in the history of this country but in the history of the world and there's no way trump was done everything he told us he was going to do there's no way those three one audit no what I was getting into there's no way they turn against him what if there's a situation and we're starting to hear these rumblings grumblings now that some sort of investigation brings him down because there's a story going around now that he had some sort of conversation with another world leader and promised promised something that he shouldn't a promised and now there's an investigation well he was what let's see he did collusion any did obstruction before an interference. find out what what at this point I mean what at this point are you gonna say the the the what the problem is a card wall so many times there was actually a wall there just like in the story it doesn't matter Donald Trump started the fire on this is us that's what I've been trying..

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"wisconsin union" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

12:12 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"On newstalk eleven thirty W. I said I'll be with you for the next hours so we agreed last hour of course I'm joined today by Paul and thanks Paul it's always good to be with you it is a super job keeps is on right track I'd I'd be all over the place and as I watch the that the temperature keeps dropping each hour it was seventy two I think we first heard of seventy one last hour seven degrees sounds like by Jim white traffic report I'm gonna glad I'm not I'm not head out to well after six o'clock hopefully things condenser if you're in the middle traffic and things are are are you know kind of out of control just recent relax don't falsely but just relax sh sh it's kind of calm down you got a tremendous opportunity so the stuff we make we talk about maybe working up a little bit but don't let that get you into into road rage we got a beautiful weekend in store for us Paul reminded me the weather's going to be awesome tomorrow and on Sunday the rains are gonna come till next week fox six a report shows is that so we're we're all good with that so if you're stuck somewhere it's okay in fact if you want call on and hopefully you got hands free you can call in and join the conversation on the accu that mortgage talk and text line at four one four seven nine nine eleven thirty get on Scott Walker filling in for mark Belling but but just it's okay you know you're gonna get there you're gonna get home eventually you're going to get to dinner wherever you're at call ahead if you're behind your friends will be fine have a good time it's a Friday night Hey it's not a big deal and for those you listing at work rate to take off your working later thanks for working the late shift and your listing online here in Wisconsin or somewhere else run the country around the world for that matter thanks for tuning in unused ocular thirty to be I said I'm Scott Walker glad to be with your today so last hour we talked about how I Musta triggered somebody in terms of my tweets about the reality of the what life is the reality of the situation of life today I want the next for the next segment here I want to talk a little bit more about Twitter as well and again if you don't have Twitter don't worry about it explained it's not like you have to follow this although I did post during the break on Twitter at Scott Walker and on Facebook if your Facebook follower if you're driving don't look at easy's two things are giving your caution be safe you could check it out later but I that Facebook dot com slash Scott K. Walker in both of those I put up this beautiful image for an ultrasound a baby picture first born baby picture and one of our callers was listing while driving I presume pulled over and as soon as a copy of that I I clipped out all the personally identifiable information I did want to expose who it was but it just took the image up there and and a beautiful baby and how can you say that not deny that that's a human life but so this week as well I've I've been hurt by this particular since last week last Friday Christian here I wrote a piece affect I think J. Weber tweeted about it yesterday I wrote it would read peace in the Concord which is the capital New Hampshire Concord newspaper where I thanks governor Christian who's a super guy just a super guy I've been governor for a couple years now in fact I went up years ago help campaign with them just a really top notch guy amazing because he's in and there's only two states out there New Hampshire Vermont elect governors every two years some people said can you imagine I see yeah I actually can't because I was elected in ten and twelve and fourteen so I can't imagine what it's like every two years but that's not technically the way it's supposed to be but in New Hampshire and Vermont it is in in New Hampshire Christian Avenue even though the the Democrats in that state now I have control both the state house which is amazing and I think it's four and twenty four members so new new Hampshire's a little over a million people it's kind of like good looks sexual what like if you took the two northernmost congressional districts so Sean Duffy a Mike Gallagher too great numbers at the house of representatives can serve you took kind of I'd say almost somewhere between ten and twenty nine that area took that Norse throughout the state that be a lot like New Hampshire Concord's about the size in Madison or actually it's a smaller Manchester about that size agree bay Congress votes like medicine the capitalist smaller anyway so the Concord newspaper wrote about this because last Friday Christian New vetoed a bill that was pushed by Eric holder I'm sure everybody has you Eric holder is the former Attorney General under a Brock a bomb of that he was becoming excessively partisan earns attempts to try gerrymander Democrats into long term if not permanent control of the US house represented to know he wants people like Nancy Pelosi to be speaker for that decade and beyond and so he's pushing all sorts of things he's been in court he said the strategies to into your blue and if you can't succeed they train great these bogus ridiculous commissions that are set up to fail if you look just in the last year's election there's roughly twenty seven seats in the house of representatives that it least directly or indirectly were affected by Eric holders actions it was in some of these cases and and for the states places like Florida Texas Virginia of Pennsylvania they went into the courts and they had changes made to the congressional districts and in doing so it alter things and you actually saw fourteen house seats change because it actually saw another thirteen in two states Arizona California mainlanders and California but because of these commissions they commandeered so much so that Vic one people told me that they allege that the the so called independent chair of the commissioners owner actually let the Democratic Party chair and according to this person in and they designed the maps in in the living room of that so called independent members so they they've kinda hijacked these groups as well so they want to do one of these New Hampshire governor Sununu to his credit read the constitution no when you take I certainly took that seriously when I was in the assembly when I was kinda executive most recently as governor raise my right hand put my left and Bible take my rating at the right up and say you know I take an oath in part of that also means you're gonna pull the constitution I'd states and the constitution your state well governor Sununu took that seriously in his stated very clearly states as he put his veto message that the have opposed the constitution the constitution says that legislative boundaries and boundaries for they have what's called the Executive Council it's like like a committee that helps the governor that's elected statewide and the so these boundaries for those councils or what did throughout the state but by various districts these districts legislative districts shall be set by the legislature and particularly stated should be import but but and New Hampshire where it's all of its why there's so many over four hundred members of the state house it's because they like representation it's close to the people so to me it made sense to do that now exists in the constitution but why would you take away a responsibility of body this close to the people that are elected and directly accountable give it to an unelected commission filled with bureaucratic folks who were March accountable to anyone and so he vetoed it of course Eric holder the others went wild about this because they've been pushing for itself one of things we dug out was in I've if you get if you follow me on Twitter Facebook you seen me post this up once again at the end of the show here but there's a form it's called the nine ninety four it's the return of organization exempt from income tax the only the government can come up with names like that but this nine ninety four was filed by the national democratic redistricting committee that's the committee that Eric holder is in charge of in that era colder Brocka Bhama have race something like two hundred fifty million dollars of last year's on to use of litigation and dad and other things so what does this group do well it says right here the owner of a part of the had the document it says usually describe the organization's mission you have to put down these are their worst these are the exact words on this document all in capital letters favorably positioned Democrats for the redistricting process so I don't know how many of you follow this I would guess that a whole lot of Republicans right of center people probably don't pay attention to a lot of this other maybe you've heard about the court case that is simply the Senate had to go through here and for a while it was of the courts of the federal courts to try to stick their nose in it last month about a month ago this US Supreme Court said now no we're not getting involved in these cases we do everything to save a gerrymandering if it doesn't violate the constitutional rights of a dozen vote valve the voting rights act we're not going to get involved with that so what is this well what they said was it's left up to the states state courts state legislative bodies your tradition the state legislature passes maps into the governor governor vetoes it or signs it goes back and forth sometimes as it has your Wisconsin unions up in the state courts sometimes it's an issue if there is some question about the voting rights act but but the US supreme court's American involved with and so Eric holder and Brock about an old and and by the way Brock a bomb a Texas so seriously he's taking organizing for America OFA the group you know that was part of his initial election in his reelection where does he put each part it into this group on redistricting you're on the left I go through that parts of what was to Sir were used to live and there are signs up there you might seem unsure when other places I mean for those on the far far left this is like a religion to them you know they they they think the only way the only way it's possible for Republicans have legislate majora's Wisconsin is if their so called German which which totally disregards been the basis of their argument here some of what they do in other places their argument is somehow that that well you know if the if it's it even district political or even say politically there should be an even number legislative districts let's just talk wash and I'll tell you why first we got to pay the bills with a couple commercials here and I keep going on to find the staff someone to take a quick break we come back I want to Philly and why and how that really set off set off your cold in fact he got fast and furious well he had really just fears about it I want to tell you more about that take your calls at four one four seven nine nine eleven thirty but first we write back and you struggle over three Debbie I said it's time for rapid traffic in a very tough afternoon on the freeways and continuing to look at two different freeway closures one is eight ninety four south bound at the hail interchange all traffic being diverted onto the southbound side of I forty three the rock freeway you're not able to make that turn from south bound a ninety four over to east bound eight ninety four the delays come through this you want to change how we one hundred is packed in south bound from south of I ninety four and a lot of traffic continuing on southbound highway one hundred all the way down to force home so think about alternate routes to avoid all of those backups and that closure and then I'm ninety four north bound in southern Milwaukee county the freeway is shut down they're starting it at Ryan road but they're also taking traffic off of the freeway at seven mile road so a couple of different closures to deal with all the traffic that's trapped essentially between where they are taking you off of the freeway and the crash itself which is at Drexel so take the highway thirty highway V. in Racine county that's thirteenth street take it north up to Ross an Avenue and you can rejoin the freeway there as heavy gamers on the southbound side from almost college Avenue down to about Drexel as well from the Lynchburg wanna go total traffic center news talk eleven thirty W. I said I'm John why this report is sponsored by rose ID's Waukesha craving Italian resigns Waukesha has to fix Chicago deep dish pizza.

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"wisconsin union" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"Like Wisconsin Unions does have been under attack without a doubt within this administration federally not so much under Obama <hes> federally under <hes> W Bush a lot but on a state level unions had just been attacked eroded downgraded rated completely and utterly abused by the state governments in so many of these places workers or having their healthcare their pension having their wages stagnant their pension and their healthcare taken away <hes> you you know and these are very dangerous jobs and of course as soon as they want to unionize or as soon as they want to express their bargaining rights they want. They want to write to bargain their salaries. They WanNa right to compromise. <hes> the companies will just say you know what screw it. This is too much work. Let's make them all automated. Let's get everybody replaced by a robot and next thing you know we have a country of people who are in desperate need. This is why I mean this is all connected when it comes down onto Medicare for all why is that resonating so much because people either have lost their jobs or they're concerned about losing their jobs and once that happens how the hell are they supposed to get health insurance and the things that quite frankly should be much more accessible in this country because these are vital to people's lives and to keep them alive so our unions have been completely and utterly decimated on a state level all over this country so I like caboodle judges main plans <hes> you know the the Lee family leave protecting union strength and making sure that they have a right to bargain at the table and not just get a bunch of mouth service because that's <hes> you know that just seems to be a common practice now where people they tell you one thing they do another and by the end of it you've lost all of your rights. You've lost all of your power and this is why we have a crisis among in so many communities certainly when it comes to opioid addiction I mean the whole thing everything kind of comes together so peop- footage laying out some policies that I think are beneficial and I hope to hear him talk about those policies. <hes> a little bit more again in the upcoming debates so burgess outages says he will empower the National Labor Relations Board the body that governs collective bargaining to issue multimillion dollar penalties to companies that violate employee's rights the penalties would scale automatically with the company's revenue. That's according according to Buddha judge campaign so I think that that is <hes> <hes> a step in the right direction and I'm happy again to just here actual policy so Budaj is also said he would seek to provide up to twelve weeks of paid family and medically under the Democratic Family Act he would also support legislation requiring predictable work schedules and increase funding for wage theft enforcement so there you go. We got a little bit of detail and just last night tonight. Four major automakers have reached a deal with California air regulators to gradually increase fuel efficiency standards rejecting trump administration efforts to relax tailpipe pollution regulations the agreement between the California Air Resources Board and automakers. I Ford Honda Volkswagen and B._M._w.. Covers about thirty percent of new cars and S._U._V.'s.

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"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Was he in? My friend. All. Love. Mom. Dad is. Now. Gossen union theater jazz consortium, present the twenty nineteen if I jazz fest Friday, June seventh through Sunday, June sixteenth, now in its thirty second year the isthmus jazz fest aims to explore jazz music, university education. Multi projects films and performances. Fest has expanded seventy event performances. Presentation. Literature north speech. The mason. I wanna bagel Virginia courtyard as well as the memorial union terrace. Fullest of shows performances available at isthmus jazz festival dot com. Wisconsin union theater in greater Madison gas consortium present. The twenty nineteen s jazz fest Friday, June seventh to Sunday June sixteenth throughout Madison. Keeping jazz alive. For over forty years. This. Eighty nine point nine at the medicine or.

"wisconsin union" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:13 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Welcome back to the chicks on the right show. I'm one of the chicks mocked ACS out sick today. So producer rod is filling in for her with me. And we are about to play you, some audio of Cory Booker who made an appearance on with Jake tapper on CNN. And this is interesting because just yesterday daisy. Now, we're talking about Kirsten gillibrand and how she was on the Fox News town hall with Chris Wallace. And he specifically was talking to her about her gun control plans, and he noted that none of them, absolutely, none of her proposals her gun control proposals would have stopped. What happened in Virginia Beach this past Friday? And so he said to her is there anything you could have done that would have stopped that terrible incident and heard dumb ass. Answer was to say, yes. Stop being beholden to the NRA. Even is that it's almost like these people have no idea what they're talking about at are just making it up as they go along. She that was just so ridiculous. And listen, I get that the audience there was filled with her supporters probably. But I mean how do you not listen to that? Even if you agree with her. How do you not listen to that answer? And just thank you gotta do better. But mock these are the same people in the last hour, we played the clip of the former governor of Colorado, saying, hey, liberalism, spine, being a progressive spun, but these socialism ideas are gonna get our butts kicked next year and they him so you're trying to rationalize and make commonsense where people that boo. Somebody who simply says, socialism is not going to work. Okay, fair point. Well, curse is not the only one who of course, has big, big gun control plans. If in fact, they make it into the White House. Cory Booker is another and Cory Booker also has a really tough time answering specific questions about, you know what their plans would do specifically to stop what took place in Virginia Beach, and listen. I am not a huge Jake tapper fan. But when he goes after someone he tends to do a better job than say, a Brian Stelter, or someone like that, who really never asks the harder questions, and who never follows up now Jake tapper didn't completely follow up with Corey Booker, but at first he at least made an effort. Here's how that went. I have a comprehensive plan that right people the bold, but I'll tell you that you what it's not bold. It's commonsense evidence based things that we can do to lower gun violence. We are not helpless. I'm sorry to interrupt, but you keep saying, we're not helpless. So I'm saying what would have prevented this tragedy? I mean, I think that's one of the issues that people wonder about when there are these horrible tragedies. What steps specifically would have stopped the massacre in Virginia Beach. And you've taken a look at the sixteen seventeen things we have in my plan that would drop the levels of violence overall from one handgun a month laws all the way to investing in the kind of mental health and the kind of community and power strategies that would do something about it in the aggregate, we can do things at dramatically, lower the levels of violence in our community. I and so he goes, he goes, so he says all the things that are sort of dancing around the real question, and eventually, Jake tapper just kind of says. Okay. Well, I hear you not talking about this specific massacre, but talking about gun violence in general. So let's talk about your proposals in general, and then they. Just move on. Right. I mean, there's nothing they never hold these people's feet to the fire when it comes to answering these questions. I mean, just look at Chicago, some of the strictest gun laws in America. It's a military zone. Militarized zone there. I mean, people are dying left and right gun laws do nothing but enable bad people to have gone. Why is that such a hard concept for these Democrats who are just convinced that if they restrict lawful law abiding citizens that will somehow fix this problem? Again. Mohawk were dealing with people guy who simply said socialism, not gonna work. Why don't they think rationally have long thought that obviously the, the lost to get of guns is rooted in the idea of the government can completely take over people aren't able to defend themselves? And I think that's the core of it. And obvious liberals only taking over the public education system. It's just filtered itself down. I, I get so completely frustrated by all of this, when there seems to be so much so much of an opening for someone like Jake tapper to really, really drive this home. And just he just won't he just fizzles. What, what is that? I mean, these people are just running for president. It's not like they deserve any kind of deference, you know what I mean fundamentally he agrees with right? I mean it's yeah. What it's rare act of journalism where you actually see a follow up question, but fundamentally they agree that they should ban all the gun, so you're not going to get a pressure. You're not going to get a follow up, which is so different for when the Republicans were running in two thousand sixteen grilling those dudes left and right on every minute public policy they had, but here you have major things that are just complete crap. And even tapper called him out said, what do you think's going to happen then during the debates because they're not allowed the democrat. The DNC is not allowing Fox News to host one. So I mean you know, these debates are going to be on MSNBC. They're going to be on NBC or ABC, or whatever, is it just going to be like, a, I mean, I know everybody's going to be trying to gang up on Biden to some extent, but beyond that, how are they going to differentiate? Are they all going to be like? Yeah, we all feel the same about gun control and abortion. We all feel exactly the same. Well, it's going to be placating to the X extreme right? I remember remember in two thousand twelve and it was getting. Came down Gingrich, and Romney man. They went to Florida and Gingrich had all this momentum. And he goes to Florida and he's the conservative alternative Romney, and he started talking about, well, if I'm elected president, we're gonna call it is the moon. This is the sort of insane stuff. These people say when they're running for president and in this case, it's not going to be something like colonized the moon. That's like that's Newt being goofy. It's insane stuff that they're going to keep trying to outdo each other and the average person's gonna look at that go. No. Thank you are insane. I mean, if you are in those swing states because it always comes down to the same ones if you're undecided, voter in Ohio, or Pennsylvania, and Michigan, or Wisconsin, or even Florida, you're going to look at it and go, no, no Trump, maybe a goof, but no. How can I hope you're right? I hope you're right. Because there is, you know, tedious is its powerful, but the average person doesn't have tedious the those people in those debates those people watching. Those debates those people who voted Iowa have tedious. But the person in the middle does not have tedious person in the middle wants a job to feed their family. They to have a house to live in. They wanna have insurance that's person in the middle. All this other stuff. Just pushes person in the middle away. Are you sure? Because I, I mean at this point start I start worrying that there is no middle anymore that we are so polarized that is there really a middle. I think there is a, a large group, that still doesn't pay attention. They don't care and remember, the first debate between how much you say 'Member 'Member 'Member shirt, like you do in the first debate between Clinton and Trump arrested. Oh, Hillary wipe the floor with G. Spoke to me it was terrible. And I kept trying to tell people know Trump was not talking to the nation. He was talking to four or five states and he won those four or five states. And that's what these people don't get. They don't have a path to two seventy as long. As they keep talking in sanity because union worker in Wisconsin union worker, in Indiana, union worker, in Pennsylvania, he wants a job he wants to beat his family. He wants to have a house. He wants to have insurance. He doesn't give two craps about ten or the green new deal or Medicare for all, or any of the other book grow out there. Okay. We'll see if you're right now. Also, we've mentioned daisy. I've mentioned that the fact that Michael Wolff has this, the second expose about the Trump White House. Of course, this is the sequel. I know. Exactly. It's the sequel to fire and fury. This one's called C and it, we're starting to get because Daily Mail got a copy of the book ahead of its launch today. It actually comes out today, and in it, this is how, you know, it's complete. What is what is it the book? This is how, you know, that's what it is. There is a claim in it, that says that former UN ambassador, Nikki Haley, hashtag, third chick. Gave Donald Trump oral sex. No, you can't even laugh at that. Because it's so absurd..

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"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

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"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

14:03 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

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"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Friday, February first breaking down the traditional perception of a wind quintet Imani winds. Carves out a distinct presence in the classical music world with their energetic. Playing culturally poignant programming and adventurous collaborations all members actively participate in their original compositions, which incorporate aspects of African and Latin American music. Imani winds play Shannon hall in the university of Wisconsin union on Friday, February first at seven thirty pm. You are listening to W O RTD nine point nine FM, Madison, and w RTFM dot. Check out the moral union. The Wisconsin union union theater website, the each year, they have a full program of world international music. So check out that they mommy wins. Coming up. And let's see we're going to turn to the rest of this show over to music of the Roma from eastern Europe Romo is the name. This ethnic group calls themselves in the past throughout history. In in English. We use the word gypsy, but we're trying to use that word less and the word Roma more. We're going to be hearing some Roma tunes from various countries. Those countries would be Serbia Romania, Bosnia, Hungary. Yes. Looking down my playlist here. That's what we're going to be hearing from. Start off with the earth wheel sky ban out of Serbia. But. Want to mention that throughout the set? There's various. Songs by women ballad singers. And so keep an ear out for that..

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"wisconsin union" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Twenty six at the Wisconsin union theater, Shannon. Holly believes the location. We'll be talking about venom. That's right. My favorite marvel character circa age thirteen God his own movie. I still haven't seen it yet. Venemous kind of like the John Godley of marvel. In that he's a lethal protector. I guess so. John Gotti was covered in symbiosis matters huge tongue, but on the internet. Find sexy for some reason. Explain the reason the reason he has John Gotti is very similar vitamin that. Eric Larsen also did not like drawing John Gotti and decided to make him as monstrous and crazy as possible, hence, the long tongue and the teeth. Okay. It would take it would take a young Mark vaguely to reassert that venom is not just a slobbery monster drool creature. Okay. Now, we have a new show too. At to advertise guys. Can we talk about it, Dan? Can we say it? I guess wait. Yeah. I'll allow there's nothing in the rule book that says it can't prevent it. That's right boys for going back to our old stomping grounds of the bell house. Brooklyn, New York bub-bubba bell house, Sunday, February third. That's right. Super Bowl Sunday will talking about. Or can we say the movie or no? Yeah. So what talk about I think what the happy time murders. That's what we decided on. Yeah. So football team show Super Bowl Sunday. Hey, do you guys hate football. Like, I do come to the one guaranteed show. My brother won't be at Sunday, February third at the bell house in Brooklyn, New York, just averages even if you like football, it's most likely that your team isn't in the big game. So come watch out. Instead, that's true. And guys gonna have a little extra pep in my step because it's going to be the day after I celebrate my grandmother's ninetieth birthday party. So watch out I might be a little hungover. And that's okay. Super Bowl Sunday, February third in Brooklyn and January twenty six in Wisconsin. Get your tickets to those ones the Bill house ones. The tickets might not be Valiente. But hopefully, they will be soon. Yeah. And do you want you really want to just go along with a fucking crowd? Do you like football that much? You don't you're just going to watch the Super Bowl because that's what everyone in the US is doing. But Dan what why? Now one one it's an American tradition. Everybody loves it too. There's always the chance that it'll be like my favorite Super Bowl. That year when the lights went out and half the stadium and they had to stop the play. But they kept broadcasting it. And it was just confused football people wandering around in the dark wondering what was going to happen next. That was my favorite football game of all time. It was so real be can we announce the? No, no, I'm asking Dan out this out of wrong, and Dan, and I are going to be guests at another show at the bell house on on Saturday January twelfth we're going to be guests on alive. Ono Rawson Carey show alcohol. Hopefully, we're gonna get electrodes attached to some of our bodies. Let your holes is going to get broken. Yeah. You gotta show up for Bill has to find out. Yeah. They haven't told us exactly what crazy experiment. We have to take yet. So yeah, I mean, I hope they don't tell me until I literally walk out in front of a room full of people. And then I guess Google good ghosts and tear my body apart. That's what he's right. So that's your best case scenario skit scenario. Interesting. So we got those live shows guys. Let's move onto the next segment, which is letters. All right. Telling me, thanks keeping your foot on the gas here Elliott, let me pull up the letters. While Dan's doing that. Hey, Elliott what's going on with you? You watch any new TV's that Romanoff's take that long had it right here. A little bit Romanoff's. I've been watching that haunting of hill house show. It was it's very spooky. And you know, what the thing about it is at Cartagena just does not seem to age. It's amazing ghost. I don't understand it. She planned to play John Gotti junior in an upcoming bio-pic. I don't know. Maybe that's a weird leap..

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"wisconsin union" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Okay. So we've come we've closed the casket on that one. So. A new casket for a new thing. Yeah. Well. Elliot you had some promotions. You wanted to do? Yeah. No going. What were you gonna say? Where are you going to set them up? Yeah. I'm setting you up, man. That's. Allies enough the ball. And you're like I'm trying to breaks. I'm trying to think of like a great book is somebody put a T-ball. I put a ball and a t and you like balked you? Like, you said, no, then you said as if you had another thing to say so was like, the Dan's using space filler town like and usually people do that to fill space between sentences or words, so let's see what's coming up next. Let's see what hot new ideas coming out of dance math. Oh, nothing of great. Thanks. So let me just promote. We've got a couple live shows coming up as we've mentioned on this show before November third coming up very soon. After this episode comes out at college in Richmond, Indiana, Saturday, November third at seven thirty pm as part of the earldom artists and lecture series. The flop house is going to be there. We're talking about Jurassic world fallen kingdom. Right. Yeah. Kingdom if that came them's already fallen down. We're gonna kick it. Well, it's down. Oh, oh, yeah. Beware of Dyno's. Then on January twenty six twenty nineteen. That's right. The future on Saturday, January twenty six we're going to be in Wisconsin. That's right. We don't care that. It's winter in Wisconsin. We're going to be there. Anyway, we're going to brave Jesus Christ. I didn't even that. What it's the thing. Everyone mentioned to me when I mentioned the show to them. They go to Wisconsin in January. And I'm like, yeah. We don't give a shit. We'll deal our fans for our fans, we would walk through hellfire. We'd walk through blizzard fire. So sober view to say. Yeah. Yeah. And so Saturday twenty to twenty six January transects at the university of Wisconsin, Madison. Wisconsin union theater, we're going to be there. It's going to be great Dami fantastic. Even though it'll be cold. You can eat a lot of cheese Kurds, make you feel good. I don't think ham probably bloated. I mean, I mean to be fair if the if the dairy that sells ice cream at the university of his open, we should go to that. They make great ice cream there. Okay. All right. Let's say so I hope it's open cold outside hold inside. That's there's something that something that Sammy started saying when he gets into his bath on particularly hot days, which we have a lot of here in sunny LA. He'll get a nice hot bath on a nice hot day..

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"wisconsin union" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"wisconsin union" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"At eight PM in the Wisconsin union theater believe it is, and it's another college show should be pretty fun. That's my sisters alma mater. So I have kind of a connection with it, I guess. And Dan, just get your state capitol dome jokes ready because you know what it means. Madison has the largest state capitol dome in the whole country. We're gonna probably make some hay out of that. Face Madison with your, what are you? What are you trying to compensate for that giant dome? Wait, I'm holding Dan back. Dan, don't let them have it, save it. So that'll be fine and come out to see us in January. If you're in the Wisconsin Madison area, that's crazy midwest shows. That's not. We're going to be, it's it's called our flyover tour. Yeah, of two days. I think assuming that we could two months apart, I hate to make this promise now but assuming that we can sell merch, we'll have the last bit of our twenty eighteen tour merch available at those two shows. Great. That sounds great to me guys. Those are live shows, but I have something else that's coming up even right before those live shows. Why tell the people about. Look, I have a book coming out. That's true. And I'll tell you what it's all about. Horses. They pull our wagons, carry our Cowboys and eat our, hey, but are they really just very big dogs? Dogs? They protect our homes, chase our cats and keep our faces moist. But is it possible? They're just tiny baby, horses. Find out in horse meets dog. The new book by writer, Elliott Ceylan illustrator, Tim Miller horse meets dog, which side will you be on of able October? Thirtieth wherever you buy your books. So that's a picture book that I wrote and it was ill by the great Tim Miller who's best known. I think for the snap see the alligator books and that's available over thirtieth this year. So go wherever you wanna buy books at your local independent bookstore, whatever. Where would it what section of the burns and noble booksellers? What I find it in the children's book section. Okay. Children's picture book. Not a not the other picture books actions not in the adult picture book section, which I guess is just that go the fuck to sleep book and like dirty parodies of children's books. Where the wild things, fart, stuff like that. And the very horny Caterpillar. Yeah, it's not in self help slash sexuality. In religious studies. It's not in that either. Neither is it in home improvement. Or the show him or the show homeroom it. Neither is it in fiction and literature in your life, which is which Barnes Novo, this call them all one or the other. But yeah, horse meets dog October. Thirtieth. My first picture book very excited about it. All right. Oh man, that was so many plugs just let atop aging man's head up. Dan. We went to the same place, but in different ways. You took the high road. I took the row low road and I got to Scotland before he. This first letter that we're going to respond to is from Brian last name withheld Brian Cox who right. Dear purpose away..

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