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"paducah" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"W m a cumulus stations. News now male news at nine. I'm Maria Leaf in the W. A male election center. The first Senate race called in the U. S. Was in Virginia, where Fox News and The Associated Press. Have called it for Senator Mark Warner a great big thank you to the people of Virginia. The pandemic dominated Warner's acceptance speech. He's that millions of Virginians are struggling to make ends meet in order to get the economy going again. We've got to get the virus under control, and that means just abiding scientists in the docks set the policy. He says. Congress needs to pass another covert 19 relief bill, something he hopes they can get to work on next week. We are going to recover. Going to get through this virus Brighter days ahead. Father Curtis w e mail dot com Republican Rob Wittman has won re election to the House and Virginia's first congressional district, and we'll hear more from him coming up later this hour. He'll speak with Larry O'Connor, Republican Ben Klein winning re election to the House and the six congressional district. Democrat Don Beyer winning reelection in the eighth Congressional District and in the race for the seventh Congressional District. Republican Nick's greatest right now has a 59 to 41% lead over Democrat Abigail Span Burger. That's with 197 out of 232. Priest things reporting. Also tonight, Republican Tom Cotton winning reelection to the Senate from Arkansas. And Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, winning reelection in Kentucky tonight, said challenging times he'd proven leadership and our nation will need Kentucky values and Kentucky ideas to defeat and regain our footing. Working families in Paducah, the monitors and Kentucky and the farmers across our state. Health care workers in northern Kentucky on the teachers in Louisville. So far tonight, The Associated Press projecting Donald Trump has won in Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia, while Joe Biden has won Connecticut, the district, Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts. New Jersey, Rhode Island, Virginia and Vermont. Earlier, President Trump telling Fox News Radio affiliate W. Y. E S N in Milwaukee how he believes Texas and Florida will vote if you look at Florida, so the big thing the big story seems to be a I mean, we'll see, but we're leading. It looks like a lot and like it's a landslide in Florida and a lot of other places, by the way. Look at Texas. All these places where you've been hearing and I've been hearing Vicky that Texas is close. It slows well, that's close. But if you look at Florida and look at some of the other states They can't believe the black community support that we have. Meanwhile, tonight the Postal Service not delivering on a court order to check mail facilities around the country for UN delivered ballots. The US Postal Service Today's has it failed to comply with the deadline to sweep dozens of its postal facilities around the country for mail in ballots that have not been delivered The Postal Service, noting the time constraints on that order from U. S District Judge Emmet Sullivan here in D C to conducted sweep this afternoon, according to post office. Some 300,000 ballots lacked a delivery scan. Barbara Brit W male and male dot com Double l traffic and weather. Next one.
Girl Scouts Donate Unsold Cookies To Frontline Workers
"And those working on the front lines of the pandemic won't be don't worry about getting their sweet fix Haley Hanson explains the girl scouts of Kentucky he had announced that staff members will start delivering free cases of their famous cookies to those working on the front lines of the health crisis over the next two days employees will be traveling to hospitals nursing homes and Kroger's cookies will be delivered in the Volvo Bowling Green Owensboro Paducah and Elizabeth town areas in Kentucky and Jeffersonville Clarksville and New Albany
No. 19 Michigan survives double overtime against Purdue
"It's a double overtime for number nineteen Michigan to get the victory over very gritty Purdue team eighty four to seventy eight it was senior guard Xavier Simpson that led the team late in the game animals overtimes he finishes with twenty two points and nine assists the day I was looking at the defense out I never really watched a man is going always watched the surroundings or around him and is there with a couple times were the other Paducah as his were kind of turned towards me did take your but in the second half for Connelly the game in overtime I seen a couple times and that's when I knew I got you know technically months into his victory the Boilermakers had a chance to win in regulation but sophomore four trillion Williams missed an easy buckets Williams with a career night to lead producer thirty six points and twenty rebounds Marty Martin Anne Arbor Michigan
"paducah" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"R. and welcome back to coast to coast George nor with you along with William marched in his book how to suffer let's go to Judy in Paducah Kentucky hi Judy thanks for holding go ahead from hard charger William I was just going to point out that most people I have found that your mate on a day to day basis I walk up the walk far more for hi how are you doing well hi how are you and you know they're going to ask you to answer wanted down and they don't wanna hear anything bad that's for sure I don't want to hear anything bad from ari's standard reply wife of US four one **** every of despair and the void of whatever black then they run away from you overview thank you Sir do that's interesting William let me let me ask you this thanks Judy let me ask you this why don't people want to hear bad news because she's right nobody wants to ask you how you're doing and then get on loaded on with all the stuff well if and when you say that no one wants to hear bad news they don't want to hear it from a person there it interacting with the boys people sure one here at one the news every night want to hear it on all their deeds are getting on their phone most of the news that that we that we Sagat is bad news and so it's a dichotomy is that when you think about it on the one hand that it when you're dealing with someone face to face you don't wanna hear oh my god yes my cancer on that I just went to stage for yeah you don't want yeah hello people are just you know they can't wait to to read the latest thing on the impeachment thing or they can't wait to hear of through to see the pictures of of of the latest tsunami or earthquake which is just nothing but bad news so it's like you don't want to get it personally one to one because you're going to have an emotional reaction to that you're in a year and it is a meeting with you know you're you're talking to someone you're in their space there in your space you don't want to feel that but if it's far enough away it's like a train wreck you can't take your eyes away well maybe people like to hear about misery and suffering as long as it's not them it's not them or someone that they're close to the date they relate to the so yeah there's something there's something in the young man that that wants to do that otherwise we the news the news would be vastly different when you were with us with your wife a couple years ago and we talked about your work the not so little book of surprises any new surprises popping up well I think the big surprise on that was trade my wife she has she had this is that she was three years old she's a mystic isn't she is a mistake and you know we have we have the book was out and I called it does not so little book a surprise because.
Take a flying bite on a rolling doughnut
"Your way to it as you. Listen to this podcast. There are few things is delicious. Is Fried Dough. Archaeologists believe they found fossilized remnants of. I'm in native American settlements but since the fresh ones are so tasty who will move on to win they appeared in Manhattan or as it was known at the time do Amsterdam at that point. It was marketed by Dutch bakers under a name. I can't pronounce. But which means Oily Kate. We're now going to the mid nineteen hundreds when a baker are put nuts like almonds in the center of the pastry in areas where it might not fully baked from this. The name don't was born at the time. It was spelled spelled D. O. U. G. H.. But Americans have shortened it to do in ut both are accepted but now you know how to quiet your snooty neighbor if they wanNA to make an issue of it as for how the hole in the center of the doughnut. There's several theories including one about ships captain who impaled one on the wheel but there's no oh definite answer so I'll just leave it there in one thousand nine hundred twenty in New York. A Russian emigrant built a machine that could make donuts automatically while he probably we didn't have a sign in the window proclaiming. That hot doughnuts are available. The public quickly found out about them and his business was a huge success. Eventually grossing twenty five million dollars a year. That's about three hundred ninety million in today's dollars. In addition to tasty doughnuts customers could also watch the doughnuts being made made as the Dow dropped into the oil and move down the line cooking as they went along through movies us stories and a world's fair everyone learned about doughnuts. Oh Nuts Joe. Lebow however learned about failure. He had made his way from New Orleans to Paducah Kentucky where he sold a secret recipe the Ishmail L. Armstrong a one with the name crispy cream. Tell me you see that coming. Armstrong headed to Winston Salem North Carolina where he began selling selling crispy cream donuts on July thirteenth. Nineteen thirty seven to local grocery stores. He then built the business into a small chain and put engineers to work developing a more efficient production line. The stores were mostly in the southeast. But in one thousand nine hundred ninety six a store opened in where else. Manhattan in two thousand crispy. Cream began offering stock to raise money for even more growth. Then there's this other little company called Dunkin donuts or as it calls itself today Dunkin Fun fact in southeast Missouri. There's a bakery called Dunkin donuts named after the county where it's located another store during that same name is in Pennsylvania Dunkin began in nineteen fifty and like crispy it grew into an international operation. Dunkin hopes to have fifteen thousand stores by next year. Crispy has about a thousand stores earlier. This year food network set out to pick the best doughnut any state eight in Tennessee. That prize went to the King Kong at five daughters bakery and frankly the product takes three days to make assuming you're now on your way to a bakery bakery. I'll give you one more chance to reconsider some donuts. have up to seven hundred calories crispy creams double dark chocolate. Donut comes comes packed. With three hundred and seventy calories and twenty six grams of sugar. I could tell you more about the health benefits doughnuts but do any of us really want to know I thought so. And finally it's
"paducah" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Report that ranks counties across the US by how healthy its residents are has been released and the healthiest county in California continues to be Marin county as KCBS's. Megan gold spe- reports Marin has come in at number one in nine out of the last ten years. The report looks at health behaviors access to healthcare physical surroundings, and yes, socio economic factors. Kate Konkola associate researcher at the university of Wisconsin population health institute, which co created the report uses one of the metrics in Marin as an example, eight percent of kids living in poverty. So that's something. That's pretty good fewer than one in ten kids experiencing poverty, but she says that also highlights one of marines challenges a large racial divide. Just three percent of white children living in poverty on that number goes up to twelve percent for black children and then twenty five percent for Hispanic children Willis is public health officer from Marin county, I think it's important to think about what are those elements of wealth that actually contribute to health. And can we can we really try and spread those to every community? He says until recently Marin city had been a food desert. That's a city without a grocery store in what the county needs to do is find locations where that's happening and remedy the problem. The other counties that topped the list were San Mateo at number two in Santa Clara at number three Lake County came in last in San Rafael, Megan gold, speak KCBS. Thanks to a document released under California's new police transparency law. We know what happened to a couple of the Richmond police officers caught in the 2016 Celeste wops sex scandal. The East Bay times reports officer Jared Tong was untruthful during an administrative investigation and officer Terrence Jackson engaged in a sexual act on-duty newly released documents indicates that one of them was fired. The other suspended seven other officers were disciplined in the sex scandal. But their records didn't fall under what the new law allows to be made public a proposal to hold a half marathon egg obey. This fall is not sitting. Well with local residents or business owners KCBS is Bob Butler reports they are concerned about plans to partially close highway one during the race the coast. Marathon from Jenner to Paducah bay is scheduled for September twenty-ninth at liberty. So that's right in the middle of the tourist season and will impact highway.
"paducah" Discussed on WLAC
"That's right. Welcome to rock interview radio. I'm so thrilled to have on an artist, which I'm sure most of our listeners already know, you know, him from restless heart. You know, I'm from the front man, you know, him from his great solo career ACM top vocal ban gold certified records, the one and only Larry Stewart. Wow. Eric. It's great to have you on the show, buddy. I'll it's great to be here, man. And I like your bluegrass bumper music show. It's really trying to appeal to more of the Paducah Kentucky audience when they're lay would love it. Right. It's it's been awhile since I had you on TV with the frontman stuff that you guys rolled out. Yeah. But I don't know how you keep it all juggled, Larry. Well. I sometimes I don't either. But it's all a lot of fun. Will you you're always doing some kind of cool music stuff? Like, you know, we were talking earlier before the show started with the thirty fifth anniversary of Russell's heart. And so you guys have that going on this year? Obviously the front men are doing well, you have you know, two gigs coming up this next week. And it's all the frontman, including yourself from all these major country groups. Yes. And then you've got a brand new solo album that came out that is doing very well. Yes. Well. It's out. Yeah. Yeah. I love the I'll tell you what. And I told you this to, you know, having listened to the whole album what a great, you know, album with a shifting gears which is available now. And so many incredible songs. I know if it wasn't for the radio has gotten a lot of radio play, and we're gonna play that one our show, but my personal favorites on here, you know. And I talked to you know, letting me play behind closed doors, which you made your own and then trains and victim of love. And it's just a a lot of great songs on here. Thank you took me minute to get that album done. Well, I remember when we were talking awhile back, Larry, and you mentioned that you're working on a special secret project, and you couldn't tell me anything else about it. So I guess this was this was it. I didn't want to get out because I didn't want my band mates to kill me yet. Well, and I was telling you earlier too. I I wish I wish you could have found a talented producer to work on this with you. Well, I searched high and low thereby turned me down. So I went with this guy. Gordon kennedy? This the one of the most talented, dude. That I've ever met in the cool story about it is Gordon was the very first non baseball player. I met at Belmont university. Really? I went to Belmont. And and I knew a guy named Joe scale, his father was Jones scale with Elvis and all that. He played for the reasons. I just went to hang out because I showed up for baseball. My sophomore year, and I was on campus. Joey introduced me to Gordon Kennedy. So that band rehearse and I'm going never seen before. I am in Nashville Tennessee for sure. And so actually became friends. We wrote some songs together, we started a band called tails T A L E S with David huff and Dunkin Mullins and Dave Innis from restless hard right now. And we played around a little bit wrote some songs and. And. Yeah. So he is great for to come full circle. That is amazing. You know, and just our listeners now. Tune and obviously I was kidding. But I mean, you know, he has worked with Gordon has worked with Clapton Garth Brooks Carrie Underwood. Ricky Skaggs we were talking about. I mean, all all these great artists and yourself, and then Larry Stewart, you know, Larry. Artist there that you'd see exactly? But you know, let's go back a minute. I want to make sure our listeners because I always liked the kid you, and but you're such an incredible talent as a singer songwriter, you grew up in Paducah Kentucky. And so how did you get into music because I know, you know, you eventually came to Belmont here in Nashville, but how did you start getting involved with music because you're an athlete when my father got me into music at a very early age. I mean started. Teaching me how to play the piano at five years old. I was on television playing the piano for my father at that at the Paducah. Channel say the telethon. Yeah. News channel seven's telethon where mama my feet didn't breach. The pedals. Oh my gosh. Playing in the key of f in his dad's than at the end of the upright singing on the telephone. So I mean, I then I started playing the piano for his cortex all around that four state area. Right. And and then, you know, I kinda grew a little bit out of that as I got older and teenagers and started listening to all kinds of music from country to, you know, back then all the great bands. Oh my gosh. That's great music. And but I would still, you know, a play football baseball and basketball until my junior year, but I was like a linebacker and fullback on the football team. Right. I mean, you know, and then in baseball, you know, I'm I'm playing center field or whatever. And I've got all these jocks that are friends of mine. I find out that I'm playing gospel piano for my father's court, Pat. Like the Bo Jackson. Oh sports. And then playing embarrassing. So I didn't. It was just peer pressure. Yeah. Oh, totally. I wouldn't tell everybody, you know. So on a Friday night. You know, everybody's hey, we're gonna meet us ozone. So, you know, and then we're going to own we did a lot of Friday night, Saturday, not basketball. We had these basketball courts would go play. We didn't date girls or something. We just played sports. Right. And and I said, yeah, I got a family thing guys. I'll meet you there, and I had to go and play the piano for my dad's quartet at the lions club. And then meet all my friends later that is awesome. But when I came to Nashville as an nineteen year old. Yeah. From day one. I realize whoa. I was like a Berlin out of a cage. Eight is actually cool. Well. Battle Mont actually on a baseball scholarship. Right. I did. And know the thing about it is it's that's another story because I'm played junior. College baseball, our junior college baseball team came to volunteer state. My dad knew about Jerry Crutchfield who is a producer in town show, Mus gave a bunch of people, and he was sick and lost him when I was a teenager. He begged him get Larry in the music business. Get Larry the music, and.
"paducah" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Schuler innovation. Welcome back to killer innovations. Thanks for joining us in our look back at some of the best episodes of two thousand eighteen in this segment. We look all the way back to January when Phil was talking to an innovative company from Paducah Kentucky called Finn gourmet. Welcome back. We continue our conversation with balloon John from Finn gourmet foods here in Paducah Kentucky. You guys have now been in business. She started New Orleans you relocated to Paducah. If you had a chance to kind of go back and keep yourself advice back when you were doing your original hundred page business plan. What advice would you give yourself now that you're can have that kind of lessons learned and the experience under your belt, John? All right. So if we knew how hard it was we have. I've said let's not do this at all. We would have said, oh, we will make it not hard at all. I'm just kidding. Actually. It's extremely hard work. So so coming into it. I remember one time just kind of the I really really hard day that we had think man, I don't wanna do this again tomorrow, but we had to and then the next day and the next day. So is kind of learning this different type of of of grind, the second thing is is that there's so many places you can give up along the way. But sometimes think well. Are we just shoveling this into this endless, well, and for some products, that's probably true. But for this really felt and we had done all the back background is saying this has got a lot of potential here though. It's really being creative about in those very very difficult times when when you're out in the closed down or to just keep on ongoing because tomorrow is going to be a little bit better. Just keep on going because it will pay off in the end, it's perseverance perseverance thing. Yes. Hot weather in all spiritual religious Sam being or half, say the close, friends and partners that have gotten you tomorrow. It's going to be a better day. You have to have otherwise you will go.
"paducah" Discussed on KCBS All News
"News time four ten San Francisco. Forty nine or linebacker. Ruben foster is in behind bars in Tampa, Florida facing charges of domestic violence. Police say the twenty four year old was arrested last night at the hotel where the team is staying ahead of today's game against the buccaneers. Matt barrows is in Tampa covering the Niners for the online. National sports publication the athlete athletic. He tells KCBS the troubled forty Niner has now been released from the team Reuben foster is no longer a forty nine after being taken in the first round last year all sorts of hopes and expectations about him about him being you know, one of the founding. Ational pieces of this team that cow Shanahan and John Lynch are building he's no longer here. And so he's not even gonna fly back with the forty Niners from Tampa after what is his third arrest since they drafted him twenty seventeen. Nestor say a woman claims that foster foster slapped her phone out of her hand pushed her in the chest and then repeatedly hit her in the face. She's the same woman who accused foster of hitting her in October, but later recanted. Her allegations, a longtime bay area talk show host is missing retaliate Farrow who worked at key geo radio and before that Kron TV was seen two weeks ago near a pizza parlor in Paducah Kentucky missing persons flyer, posted by the Paducah police department says he may have been experiencing disorientation and signs of dementia. His car was found in the parking lot of a Bank in Paducah. So people told police that they spoke with him that afternoon, but no one has seen him since pharaoh helped found the national association of black journalists in one thousand nine seventy five and was honoured with the black chamber life award by the San Francisco black chamber of commerce in one thousand nine hundred four the association.
"paducah" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"Against risk and what we're talking about when we say hedging against risk is that banks are out there loaning money and people could default on those loans and so banks are allowed to invest and make money back to ensure that if they lose money on loans which they certainly will somewhere along the way and we want them to write we want them to make loans that keeps the economy moving that they'll have some safeguard against that i think that i have have begrudgingly admitted faced on conversations with some of my local bankers literally like the president of paducah bank so that's not this is not a giant bank that there was that doddfrank was it did overshoot the mark in some ways particularly with small and medium sized banks which they just recently revealed repealed some of the regulations on the small and medium size banks and we have the fed governor appointed by barack obama saying she supported the proposal as long as the chief executives of banks were willing to personally test a future claims she said the requirement of ceo at station is critical for this work in my view okay so i don't think it's all bad i don't think it's time to burn the barn down because all is lost however when i'm reading through the the changes what always makes me worry is that there's all this talk of self regulation that.
"paducah" Discussed on WDRC
"Hours which are those of us alone is three june four even when we were with you we would not give you a we would give you this command if anyone is not willing to work let him naughty thomas edison said i never did anything by accident nor did any of my intention inventions trump by accident they came by work veronica is in paducah kentucky high veronica how real i'm doug harrod i can't marley aim i fail cool wolf i give recalling can cannot hill thing well on in the last few months my husband and i have the kind free except for our how style yeah so in that time i have bought my 401 k up to fifteen percent but he is still from toyed and we're not getting anything to retirement for him right now so i was on track widening could get um norwegian gardening thing while we were paying off debt car will start something here a baby steps larcher yeah but the thing is i want to get the hell paid off first i can i mean how we can create a healthy two years what is his income um we combine we bring home about fifty five hundred amonte but when what i asked us what his income was toppling 45 poker and so the 16 percent of that six thousand dollars and then that keeps you from pain also house well we also run our own business um we remodel and fail houses and fell most of our extra money go to that as well okay let's stop resilient i've got that has nothing to do with your question i want your question is should i not put fifteen percent of my husband's in com into retirement in order to pay off the house in two years that i understand our shen correctly the okay 15 percent of your husband's income is six thousand dollars a year okay that does not delay you paying off your house by decades okay it might delay you paying off your house by eight months okay or something but you need to be doing fifteen percent of your income into retirement all of your household income what you pay taxes on a what is your taxable income times point one five needs.
"paducah" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Tuesday's deadly shooting at a kentucky high school now facing murder charges he's going to be charged with two counts of murder and numerous counts of attempted murder kentucky state police commissioner rick sanders to classmates killed a dozen others suffering gunshot wounds five injured in the scramble to get away the incident marshall county high school near paducah suspected in the fatal shooting of a your county sheriff's detective and wounding of three other officers remains hospitalized this morning we get the latest in deputies mike voyle christian mccall is still at sea embassy in charlotte being treated for injuries he suffered last week shootout with officers in new york after the hospital clair's him the 47yearold won't be charge in a potential death penalty case your county solicitor kevin bracket tells wbt via to be determined if this as a capital case so it would be premature to do that in advance of even receiving investigative file i i need to you that i need to sit down and talk to the victims and explain to them in what's involve mccall will be served with a fugitive warned when he leaves see mc'ing he'll be locked up in charlotte until these returned to your county a process that could take weeks if mccall resists mike doyle wbt news president trump says he's not concerned about attorney general jeff sessions being grilled by special counsel robert muller in the russia investigation pierre thomas with more these were among the items that would have been discuss number one what this action know about the circumstances of the firing colmey number two but could he tell us what counts about his contacts with the russians during the campaign to complete story about whatever those contacts were and then also any information that sessions might have about his time on the campaign as well muller's told lawyers for the president he'll seek answers directly from trump on key questions the senate's given overwhelming approval to president trump's election of jerusalem powell to be the next chairman of the federal reserve beginning next month john's today poised to send larry nassar to prison after listening.
"paducah" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"Of the executive branch normally administrative agencies would oversee the specifics of allocating funding the congress does this is where congress kind of circumvents the executive branch then and says no i'm gonna actually spend money this way and is often referred to as porkbarrel spending right this is how members of congress get money home i want a particular bridge built or i want a base built in such and such town this is how they get things back to their constituents and i saw a great piece in the atlantic about this that will put in the show notes that made the case there will always be remarks it's just a question of whether they're pap inning in the administrative branch or the in the executive branch or the legislative branch and i think that's true because members of congress can certainly lobby for these things uh if if they're not doing it in the legislative process there are two kinds of your remarks hard and soft a hard earmarks specifies the amount of money that is being allocated a soft earmarked commits funding but not an amount and often these are not they don't have the binding force of law but usually once they're done their followed so to give you some perspective between 1994 in two thousand five earmarks represented less than two percent of the total federal budget so they're very small amount of money that we're talking about what they are a major talking point for people who wanted to talk about waste and abuse in the federal budget and there are lots of watchdog groups who published lists of wet earmarks have been squeezed and by what members of congress and for what projects so in two thousand ten a major part of taking control of congress for john mccain and john banner was this rule that republicans enacted prohibiting earmarks at the time john banner said earmarks have become a symbol of a congress at has broken faith with people this earmarked banches the american people we are listening and we are dead serious about ending business as usual in washington the problem is.
"paducah" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"With out just blaring it on so thick that's what he lives you're not doing it less you save fifteen times you wanna work true i thought that it was unfortunate that chain migration has been fully adopted as a term of by all these senators and everyone's talking about it you know chain migration i wanted somebody this is my problem with the the whole secret fent phenomenon that were seen we don't know how to disagree in this is really ugly this meeting went fine until somebody had the audacity to say wait a second let's talk about how the wall as an idea doesn't actually solve a problem um and then it became talking over and bullying and more going back to trump rally talking points and i wish somebody would have said to migration just means families yeah like if were part of a family values kinda party our country is what are what are we thinking here so the overall attitude still about immigration i think is horrific however i'm going to go back to the good i do think they're going to get something done on daca because this was a very big display of the importance of it from all angles to walk away and fail at it i mean here's the thing i think that because there's a part of me going back to your first point about trump feeling or this is what trump wanted from people want it from trucks gives me this negotiation tactic and i think this is where we run into the hard limits of his skills because there's parma that's like well what does he do in a corporate negotiation like you said when somebody disagrees with him but i guess because usually they're real estate in its what we talked.
"paducah" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"And i think people have to understand that that's the that's the choice that you made another people would choose differently but i i'm proud of you i know this has been hard on he we've talked a lot about it off the podcast and i also want to say that i'm proud of the work being done at the state level in ohio on this issue we've had alana yocum of the equality ohio organization on the podcast before and they're continuing to work hard to get the fairness legislation passed a statewide level and part of my testimony in ohio on this point was these local ordinances are fantastic and some one shouldn't drive to work in a city that has a different standard than the city that they live in new your morning commute shouldn't alter the rights that you have and so these local ordinances are critically important to putting pressure on state legislatures to take these topics up and so i think it's a wonderful thing that paducah has done this i hope more cities follow suit kentucky's a really interesting mix of very small cities passing fairness ordinances with some large cities still out there having not done it so this is a really great step for our sayed i think an undeserved to remind myself as we transition oprah oprah's make everyone happy it's hard for me because i love her so much that i think everyone loves her as much as i do not accurate not true some people don't love oprah i am super confused by that position i can i cannot understand it really at all but alas it is true so we're gonna talk a little bit about oprah and i think that there is a bigger conversation to be had here one of our listeners senescent article from susan faludi that ran in december about how even though we're seeing individual patriarchs uh exit stage left the media movement the patriarchy itself is still alive and well as you can see an alatas structural things happening under the trump administration and elsewhere in life and i think that oprah's speech and the reaction to it.
"paducah" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"Pnc politics is going on the road this year if you would like sarah and i to bring some nuance to your school or organization please just email me at bath at pnc politics show dot com we are also considering some live of events during the summer and so if you are interested in bringing pants he politics to your city for a ticketed event you can email me as well it's beth at pnc politics show dot com we would love to come see you people can't stop talking about oprah running for president and 2020 which we find problematic we discussed that and negotiations between the president and congress regarding daca in today's episode this is sarah from the left and bath from the right you're listening to fancy politics shouting no insults plenty of new no welcome to another episode of paint suit politics this year we are really trying to grow paints who politics audience and we found the most successful way that people find the show is from all of you so if you will share painting politics on your facebook page on your twitter email your friends i like to personally take people's phones and show them how to listen a podcast and show them how to find it on their phone i think that works really well as well we would love that you guys are our biggest fans and you are also our best sales people so help us grow pnc politics this year by sharing rating interview thank you so much before we dive into our topics of discussion say we want to take a second to say coming california cannot catch mm mm these mudslides are just terrible and i heard a a new count of the number of people who have passed away as of the time that were recording on wednesday morning and so we really want us sand lots of good thoughts to our friends there in california i hope that you're getting all of the help that you need to get through.
"paducah" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Economy continues to percolate and away we go can the president he'd my advice i made try between christmas and new year's other than that uh thanks are pretty good things are right so let's continue let's take a first call be from paducah kentucky in rick recco welcome to the mark levin show rick please go ahead bill near great american god bless you and god bless the bluegrass state i have i have heard you say that so many times i wish so much did in my local area i could listened to your radio show it would just uh be them they it would be my days in i mean really wish i thank you reckon merry christmas go ahead what are you have um i i'm i'm in full agreement i'm i'm uh uh uh you know i'm in total antiestablishment personal um as a matter of fact i voted for the van an old rules must call um hearings kentucky um and i'm i'm glad that mcconnell one i tip two days i'd like mcconnell now i didn't like the guy at all i been like ryan much but i like him a lot right now so don't route don't ruin my my knife by talking barely about mitch mcconnell unlike that guy right now no no no i'm not i'm three i'm glad he date is right vanden is doing much more for our state run in him back to the the issue in hand um i think that if all of them with him just went right along with trump's example ideas amen then we wouldn't have to fool with below sea or schumer grandma all that had happened wreck is to repeal and replace obamacare give us this tax pell and april or may you might recall going back in time there were big meetings in december and the house and the senate and there was an agreement at that point they would put on the president's desk on january the 21st repeal and replace obamacare tax reform by march infrastructure by august here we are at the end of december we have a partial repair repeal of obamacare we have no infrastructure we have no southern border fence but we got the tax bill rick we gotta go but i'll say this the biggest thing is the tax bill.
"paducah" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Economy continues to percolate and away we go can the president he'd my advice i made try between christmas and new year's other than that uh things are pretty good things are right so let's continue let's take a first call be from paducah kentucky in rick recco welcome to the mark levin show rick please go ahead male yes great american god bless you and god bless the bluegrass state i have i have heard you say that so many times john i wish so much it in my local area i could listened to your radio show every just uh be though a inmate monday is the end i mean uh really wish i beg your reckon merry christmas go ahead what do you have um i i'm i'm in full and green man i'm i'm uh uh uh you know i'm in total antiestablishment person um as a matter of fact i voted for the van an old rules must call um area phenotype he um and i'm glad did mcconnell one i two days i like mcconnell now i didn't like the guy at all i dim like ryan much but i like him a lot right now said old route don't ruin my my night by talking badly about mitch mcconnell unlike that guy right now no no no i'm not i'm i'm glad he date is banded is nearing much more for our state run in him back to the the issue in hand um i think that if all of them would him just went right along with trump's angle ideas man then we wouldn't have to full with pelosi or humor forever happened wreck is to repeal and replace obamacare give us this tax bill and april were may you might recall going back in time there were big meetings in december in the house in the senate and there was an agreement at that point they would put on the president's desk on january the 21st repeal and replace obamacare tax reform by march infrastructure by august here we are at the end of december we have a partial repair repeal of obamacare we have no infrastructure we have no southern border fence but we got the tax bill rick we gotta go but i'll say this the biggest thing is the tax bill that's the.
"paducah" Discussed on WWL
"A new customer for okay that's a good way of doing at that same thing i mean it's just some kind of an incentive for them to the spread the word that that this is the guy to use for for sanitation stuff show fair cool you know i don't know what i might do to you know anybody in the business indifferent in another city that is in your same business oh yeah i've got competition here we're at dawn on atomic competition i'm talking about people in another city that have a similar business that you could find out how they're doing it and see how it's working for them study someone that's not in your market and try to find some good ideas from somebody else out there that's doing it you know say in abilene texas or something ride or somebody in oklahoma city or whatever yeah that's not in paducah that's not a competition for you okay okay and but i'm sure you know how the big boys you're doing it right yes yes how do they do it well baked code more than we do we're on warmer crashed warning but they charge more with their opinions receivable go games mmhmm which kind of computers make okay well it's not what we're saying is is not about just about price then it's about the perception of your brand the pursuit how the consumer perceived you guys on your service and so forth and so you know you probably oughta uh you know make sure that were somehow getting the word out that your quality is in excess of theirs and you're you're reliability is in excess of theirs and so forth and so and your prices better and yoshi if you can't get some of their business that way how advertise thousand that business i'm not positive i'm trying to think you know how does the average you know what i would ask yourself physicians how's the average consumer that deals with you make their decision what's the process they used when they buy a home and move into a neighborhood how did they decide who's who they're going to use turmeric almost a year old however tigers four a lot of and.
"paducah" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Well we do give m free months of kurdish yeah but i'm just saying um you do that to get an it's i give you a new customer for okay that's a good way of doing that same thing i mean it's just some kind of an incentive for them to uh to spread the word that that this is the guy to use you know for for sanitation stuff so very cool uh you know i don't know i what i might do do you know anybody in the business indifferent in another city that is in your same business oh yeah i've got competition here four at dawn on atomic competition i'm talking about people in another city that have a similar business that you could find out how they're doing it and see how it's working for them study someone that's not in your market and try to find some good ideas from somebody else out there that's doing it you know say in abilene texas or something ride or somebody in oklahoma city or whatever yeah uh that's not in paducah on this not a competition for you and began i'm sure you know how the big boys you're doing it right yes how do they do it well begged to more than we do okay well here we won't even warmer crashed one to take charge bold that there are three boys arcane britannica futures make okay well it's not what we're saying is is not about just about price then it's about uh the perception of your brand the per se how the consumer perceives you guys on your service and so forth and so you know you probably ought to uh uh.