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An Alabama man died from a heart attack. Family claims that 43 hospitals rejected him due to COVID.”My instinct tells me this story isn't true.” What actually happened to an Alabama man? Are they using this story to promote vaccination? Green county health department. Businesses must have a 70% vaccination rate to be a safe place for people to visit without being exposed to COVID-19? Hearing from the Blinken about Afghanistan
Climate change. No one's explained how climate creates fires… Biden's speech about wildfires. He decided to ask a question but HIS people cut him off. AGAIN Why did the “handlers” cut off Biden when he wanted to ask a question? Who is in control of The President of the United States? Biden's administration about the federal mandates Leaked zoom call between doctors and marketing staff in the North Carolina hospital. They were discussing using COVID numbers to scare people
North Korea's update about their new strategic nuclear weapon. “Don't you feel safe with Biden in charge?” How did we trained Taliban to lead us around? We keep giving Iran what they want over and over again and that's exactly what happens to Taliban Nordstrom pipelines in Europe. Biden supported the sanction that Trump didn't Recent cultural event. AOC attended the Met Gala and wore a dress that said “Tax the Rich”
Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Biden's mandate: Governor of Nebraska about COVID calls and Biden. According to the governor Biden was not on a single call There are more kids shot in Chicago than died from COVID-19. Chicago Mayer is doing a wonderful job Donald Trump interview about the COVID-19 vaccines. People keep saying that he is responsible for people not taking the vaccine Illegal individuals are not vaccinated. Why is it not a requirement for migrants to get vaccinated? CA ballots situation. Why do they have trouble casting ballots? ALSO - Michael Hasty is joining Nick Reed to talk about "Queen City Watchdog" organization and the event that is happening tomorrow at 6:30 PM! Find more details here: https://allevents.in/springfield/safer-streets-the-queen-city-watchdog-town-hall-on-crime/200021504420915
Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Two very different reactions for Joe Biden and Donald Trump during the 9/11 event Media says that "F Biden" means "For Biden" Bush's comments about what happened on January 6th. He called it a "domestic extremism" Bush compared what happened on January 6th to what happened on 9/11? What happened at the Washington university? Fadel Alkilani removed flags from the 9/11 memorial "The more you hate The United States the less we should fear you, and the more you love the United States the more we should fear you. Makes sense."
Happy Saturday morning! Kyle Wyatt talks about a variety of topics, including: Guest: J Michael Hasty Remembering all the brave Americans we lost 20 years ago on September 11. Never forget. Shocking rape numbers in Springfield, Missouri. Homelessness as a subculture. "People choose to be homeless because it's easy" 417 freedom fighter event is happening today! What are Queen City Watchdogs?
Good Saturday morning! Dustin Atwood and Sarah Myers talk about a variety of topics in the automotive industry, including: Leadership in the shop. How to deal with unhappy clients or customers. How to handle leaders and coworkers who are poisonous to a team. Gas prices and inflation in Missouri. Dustin and Sarah also take time to reflect on this day... 20 years ago, our nation suffered one of the most horrific attacks on our soil. Today we remember and pray for the brave people who lost their lives on 9/11. We must never forget. God Bless our Country.
Amy Hart and Sarah Walters join Nick this hour: Amy tells the story of her dad in the COVID-19 unit. Amy explained the darkness and sadness within the COVID unit. There was no family visits, no flowers, and no 'get well soon' cards. Unfortunately, their father passed away several weeks after being in the COVID unit. Amy and Sarah talk about The COVID Care Project. The COVID Care Project aims to bring light within the COVID unit. The group is putting together COVID care baskets to be delivered to the patients in the hospital. These baskets will be filled with new warm blankets, motivational posters for their walls or (partition walls), new stuffed animals, and small snacks they might miss from outside the hospital as well as personalized notes from kids to give them hope.
Nick Reed and Tom Martz are live on location at Scramblers Diner. Here's what they cover: This day in history: CIA, serial killers, and more. The Texas abortion bill & Roe vs. Wade. Will Gov. Mike Parson call an emergency session over the forced vaccine mandate that Biden announced last night? The CDC changed their definition of "vaccine" earlier this year. Tom will be hosting a Missouri Constitution Class on Saturday, September 18th.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed is live on location at Scramblers Diner for the Friday Road Show. Here's what he covers: President Joe Biden announced Thursday that all employers with more than 100 workers to be vaccinated or test weekly for the coronavirus. All health facilities receiving federal Medicare or Medicaid will also be required to get their employees vaccinated. More than 600,000 letter-carriers and administrative staff of the US Postal Service won't have to get a shot. Biden also left out mandating the vaccine for illegal immigrants crossing the border. Missouri Gov. Mike Parson made a statement regarding the vaccine mandate, saying it's “unwelcome in our state.” Will Gov. Parson actually DO something about this? Or is this just lip service?
Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: New poll numbers for Joe Biden are out... And they are NOT good. Just 39% approve of Biden's overall job performance and a near majority (49%) disapprove. The National Archives Records Administration has placed a "harmful language alert" on records in the website's catalog, including the nation's founding documents. Britany Hartzell with Take A Stand Now Missouri joins Nick for a quick chat: September 15th, join Take A Stand Now Missouri for their Travel Train to the Missouri Capitol Building. 6 to 7 Senators are schedule to speak, and 3 House Reps. are scheduled as well. Not in Springfield? No problem! Travel trains are set up across the state. The group would like everyone to arrive around 10 a.m.
Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: A defiant former White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway rejected the Biden administration's request to resign from an Air Force Academy advisory board Wednesday, instead calling on President Joe Biden to resign. Former Trump-era White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer announced Wednesday that he will not be resigning from the Naval Academy Board and will instead join a lawsuit against the Biden administration. New poll numbers for Joe Biden are out... And they are NOT good. Just 39% approve of Biden's overall job performance and a near majority (49%) disapprove. Google is holding “antiracist” training for its employees that claims a direct link exists between listening to Ben Shapiro, host of “The Ben Shapiro Show,” and committing “mass murder.”
The City of Springfield has increased their talks about the growing homeless problem in Springfield. Republican Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said Tuesday that Dr. Anthony Fauci has “lied dozens of times” and should be held responsible. According to leaked documents, our own State Department helped block flights out of Afghanistan.
Local attorney Dee Wampler joins Nick Reed this hour. Here's what they cover: Dee Wampler interviewed the Ashcroft family earlier this week. Dee asked where he was during 9/11. Climate Change and how it's changed throughout the years. Nick talks about acid rain. Sirajuddin Haqqani, the head of the terror group known as the Haqqani network who is wanted by the FBI, has been named the Taliban's interim interior minister. Franklin Graham will be in Springfield on Thursday, September 23rd. Mr. Graham will be speaking at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds and Event Center at 7 p.m. Dee Wampler talks baseball cards. Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) filed a federal lawsuit in the Western District of Missouri to stop Springfield Public Schools from violating the First Amendment and requiring as a condition of employment that its educators commit to equity, become “anti-racist” educators, and affirm divisive and discriminatory programming that promotes treating individuals differently because of their skin color.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: According to leaked documents, our own State Department helped block flights out of Afghanistan. Sirajuddin Haqqani, the head of the terror group known as the Haqqani network who is wanted by the FBI, has been named the Taliban's interim interior minister. President Biden was screamed at by people in New Jersey as he surveyed storm damage in the area on Tuesday, with some calling on him to resign. Biden claimed that the protesters were upset with his views on "Climate Change." President Biden also stated yesterday that tornadoes are no longer called tornadoes. Biden touted his "Build Back Better" spending plans on infrastructure as a way to ensure that devastation from deadly storms would not happen in the future. Washington Post columnist Marc Thiessen claimed Tuesday that President Joe Biden was focusing on Hurricane Ida because it was the only disaster not of his own making. A bail fund once backed by Vice President Kamala Harris helped free an alleged domestic abuser who is now accused of murder.
Hour 3 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: “Down Syndrome” was trending on Twitter this week alongside “abortion” after the Supreme Court ruled not to block the Texas Heartbeat Act as members of the abortion lobby suggested abortion is necessary to eliminate Down syndrome. Former Democratic Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill said Sunday that the new abortion law Texas passed would likely hurt Republicans.
Hour 2 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: A rural Oklahoma doctor said patients who are taking ivermectin to fight COVID-19 are causing emergency room and ambulance backups. Mainstream media didn't fact-check this story, so The Daily Wire did... Turns out, it's #FAKENEWS. Stephanie Six, hospital administrator at NHS Sequoyah, says the hospital had “not seen or had any patients in our ER or hospital with ivermectin overdose” nor did it have “any patients with complaints or issues related to ivermectin.” The AP had to issue a correction to an article published in late August that claimed 70% of calls made to the Mississippi Department of Health were from people who had ingested the livestock version of Ivermectin. ALSO - Angelique with the Health Freedom Conference joins Nick Reed this morning: The Health Freedom Conference will talk place this evening at the Real Life Church. Tonight you can hear from doctors and health professionals on the frontlines of this pandemic. You will learn: What do I do if I contract COVID? What treatments are available? What are my rights? How do I support my immune system naturally? You can hear from Jennifer Barker, Co-founder of informed Health Choice Missouri, and legal professional, Pam Buttram. This conference is free to the public – donations are welcome. Doors open at 6 p.m.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: U.S. officials in Washington have identified a "relatively" small number of Americans seeking to depart Mazar-i-Sharif International Airport, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Tuesday. The son of a victim of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack told Fox & Friends that President Biden is not welcome at the 20th anniversary memorial service following his botched withdrawal from Afghanistan. This weekend, fans broke out into “F*** Joe Biden” chants during several different college football games around the country. The Greene County Commission released a survey on how the county should prioritize over $56 million in funding as part of the American Rescue Plan Act. Instead of the word, “homeless,” the CDC wants us to use the term, “Persons experiencing unstable housing/housing insecurity/persons who are not securely housed.”
Happy Saturday! Dustin Atwood and Sarah Myers talk about a variety of topics in the automotive industry, including: Sarah is going to be entering the market for a pre-owned vehicle. Sarah talks about the pros and cons of getting rid of her car. The important things that Sarah wants in her next vehicle. Dealerships are seeing a shortage in both new and pre-owned inventory... So what about buying online? Dustin talks about several popular online car shopping sites and the reviews they've received. Extended warranties & why Dustin dislikes them.
Happy Saturday morning! Kyle Wyatt talks about a variety of topics, including: Jackson county mask mandate If vaccines really work why do people still have to wear masks? "Children are being sent home from school not because they're sick but because they've been exposed" Studies about masks and vaccines Tyrann Mathieu - Kansas City Chiefs was fully vaccinated and tested positive. He got removed from the team to protect others
Hour 3 - Nick Reed is live on location at Scramblers Diner for the Friday Road Show. Here's what he covers: USA Today felt it necessary to fact-check the claim that President Joe Biden repeatedly eyed his watch during the dignified transfer ceremony last Sunday. After significant backlash, USA Today issued a correction, admitting that Biden did check his watch during the ceremony and including Gold Star family statements. The rating was subsequently changed to “Missing Context," with no explanation as to WHY. The wonderful Don Carriker stops by: Don shares his COVID story. Don's youngest son, Anthony, will be joining the USA Mortgage team next week! Nick is looking at a property today - wish him luck! Britany Hartzell with Take A Stand Now Missouri joins Nick for a quick chat: Take A Stand Now Missouri is growing every single day. Take A Stand Now Missouri is a grassroots organization that was founded in a time of great controversy, media censorship, and medical tyranny. The leadership team consists of educated healthcare professionals with experience in all different realms of the healthcare industry. Britany talks about staffing issues within the healthcare industry, and she breaks down why. Religious exemptions with CoxHealth and Mercy... Britany talks about the extremes that workers are having to go through to get religious exemptions.
Nick Reed and Tom Martz are live on location at Scramblers Diner for the Friday Road Show. Here's what they cover: We have tickets to the 2021 Kansas City Renaissance Festival. Stop by this morning and grab some! Prom King is going to Nick's head. On this day in history. Sarah's new roof & the awesome folks over at Pyramid Roofing. Flooding in New York City. How many miles of sound barriers have been built across the United States? Eric Burlison vs. Mike Moon.
Nick Reed is live on location at Scramblers Diner for the Friday Road Show. Here's what he covers: The NFL will allow players to choose from six different social justice phrases to wear on the back of their helmets for the 2021 season. We have tickets to the 2021 Kansas City Renaissance Festival. Stop by this morning and grab some! In a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist national survey, Biden's approval rating is at an all time low. The president stands at 43% approval and 51% disapproval among Americans. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Thursday pledged to bring a bill codifying the Supreme Court abortion decision Roe v. Wade to the House floor in the wake of the Supreme Court's decision to allow a Texas abortion law to go into effect. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, made a snarky comment towards a male report on the topic of abortion. The reporter asked, "Why does the President support abortion when his own catholic faith teaches it is morally wrong?" Psaki replied to the question by saying, "I know you have never faced those choices, nor have you ever been pregnant but for women out there who have faced those choices, this is a difficult thing."
Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Steve Pokin with the Springfield News-Leader wrote a piece about ivermectin. The piece goes to show you that the News-Leader does NOT do research. Nick breaks down the article piece by piece. Nick talks FDA approved drugs, and drugs that were once created for one thing and now used for another. Example: Viagra. A Colorado school staged a walkout in protest of a school mask mandate. White House officials are coming out and saying they are "appalled and literally horrified" that President Biden left Americans stranded in Afghanistan.
Former Springfield City Councilwoman, Kristi Fulnecky, joins Nick Reed this hour: Oprah Winfrey is being "cancelled" after a decades-old video of her interviewing Dolly Parton resurfaced. In the interview, Winfrey asked Parton about work she had done on her face and body. Critics are claiming Winfrey was "body-shaming" Parton. A Gold Star father said President Joe Biden bristled and bluntly responded to his request that he learn the stories of his Marine son and the 12 other service members killed last week in Afghanistan. America's closest ally is roundly condemning Biden and questioning its relationship with the United States.
In a pro-life victory, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled 5-4 on Wednesday not to block the new Texas law banning most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy while legal challenges to that law proceed in lower courts. White House officials are coming out and saying they are "appalled and literally horrified" that President Biden left Americans stranded in Afghanistan. Tuesday, September 7th – Mark your calendar for the upcoming Health and Freedom Conference. Hear from doctors and health professionals on the frontlines of this pandemic. You will learn: What do I do if I contract COVID? What treatments are available? What are my rights? How do I support my immune system naturally? What the hospitals won't tell you.
Tim Garrison is the former United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri. Garrison joins Nick Reed this morning: Garrison received his officer's commission after graduating from Marine Corps Officer Candidates School in 2003, and served as a military prosecutor. His active duty military career took him to duty stations on the East Coast, West Coast, and Iraq. In 2007, Garrison left active duty and returned with his family. Since leaving active duty, Garrison continued to serve in the Marine Corps Reserves. In 2014, he deployed to Afghanistan's Helmand Province as the Chief of Operational Law for an eight-nation multinational force. Upon his return to the United States, Garrison worked on military criminal justice legislation and policy at Marine Corps Headquarters. Mr. Garrison shares his first hand experience of what it was like in Afghanistan. Honoring our word and getting out those who want out. Mr. Garrison gives several organizations that are currently helping get out Afghan residents and Americans.
Local attorney Dee Wampler joins Nick Reed this morning. Here's what they cover: Did you know that Nick Reed was Prom King? Last week, Dee shared his story of grief. Dee thanks our listeners who have reached out to share their love and support. An update on the office kitty, Stop and Friskies. Open container laws in MO. Harvard University's newest chief chaplain is an avowed atheist.
MO State Senator Eric Burlison joins Nick Reed this morning. Here's what they cover: Nick and Eric talk briefly about the recent Vitae Foundation event. Eric Burlison announces that he's running for U.S. Congress. Mr. Burlison explains why he decided to run. Before you go out and vote, Eric encourages you to do your research on each candidate.
Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: In 2010, Joe Biden told Richard Holbrooke, Obama's special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, that the U.S. had to leave Afghanistan regardless of the consequences for women or anyone else. According to Holbrooke's diary, when he asked about American obligations to Afghans like the girl in the Kabul school, Biden replied with a history lesson from the final U.S. withdrawal from Southeast Asia in 1973: “F— that, we don't have to worry about that. We did it in Vietnam, Nixon and Kissinger got away with it.” New transcripts between President Biden and Ashraf Ghani have emerged. In the call, Biden offered aid if Ghani could publicly project he had a plan to control the spiraling situation in Afghanistan. There was also a conversation about a "perception problem"
MO State Senator Mike Moon joins Nick Reed this morning. Here's what they cover: State Sen. Mike Moon announced that he's jumping into the race for the congressional seat being vacated by U.S. Rep. Billy Long. Mr. Moon talks about topics that matter most to him and why he decided to run.
Hour 2 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: A Chicago judge reversed his decision that stripped an unvaccinated mother of her parental rights over her 11-year-old son. President Biden called a Black adviser "boy" during a Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) briefing on Monday. Mullets are apparently a racial slur now. Virginia's Department of Education hosted a speaker who instructed teachers to exclude the role Muslim extremism played when teaching students about 9/11. The head of the Los Angeles teachers union said “there is no such thing as learning loss,” despite evidence of massive educational declines due to a year of remote learning.
Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: President Biden met with the families of service members killed in last week's terror attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, over the weekend, but some of the attendees report that the meetings did not go as planned. Many reported that the meeting was shallow, scripted, and Biden spent more time talking about himself than listening to the families. A majority of U.S. voters say President Biden is doing a “poor” job handling the crisis in Afghanistan, and they believe Americans will be left behind after the August 31 deadline, a Rasmussen Reports survey released Monday found. ALSO - Dr. John Lilly joins Nick Reed this morning: The Springfield-News Leader wrote a piece about monoclonal antibody treatments. Nick invites Dr. John Lilly to talk about this. San Diego's Democrat-controlled county board of supervisors will consider an agenda item Wednesday that would declare "health misinformation a public health crisis" and enact measures to try to "combat" posts that counter the county's official positions on the coronavirus.
Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: President Biden's German shepherd Major attacked many more people than the White House has disclosed, according to newly released emails. White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked Friday how Americans can “have faith” in President Joe Biden's administration regarding Afghanistan when it shielded the number of dog-biting incidents. Sen. Mitt Romney Sunday on CNN's “State of the Union” accused the Trump administration of having helped “cause this crisis” unfolding in Afghanistan.
Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Evidence has emerged that North Korea has restarted a nuclear reactor believed to be capable of producing weapons-grade plutonium. President Joe Biden is reportedly offended that British politicians view him as “gaga” and “doolally” following his disastrous handling of the crisis in Afghanistan that erupted under his leadership. Many bars and restaurants across the nation are saluting our fallen heroes. President Joe Biden faced criticism on Sunday for appearing to look at his watch while he attended the dignified transfer of the 13 U.S. troops who were killed during an ISIS terrorist attack on the airport in Kabul late last week.
Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: The head of the Taliban's political wing presented the U.S. with an option to secure Kabul in the aftermath of President Ashraf Ghani's hasty departure, but President Joe Biden's administration declined the offer, a Saturday report said. Biden refused to answer questions about Afghanistan, just two days before the August 31 withdrawal date, during a press conference about Hurricane Ida at FEMA's National Response Coordination Center on Sunday. President Biden's German shepherd Major attacked many more people than the White House has disclosed, according to newly released emails. Marine Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller was relieved for cause after demanding that senior U.S. leaders hold themselves accountable for actions made during the U.S. military's withdrawal from Afghanistan that led to the deaths of 13 service members. Since the removal of his position, Marine Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller has released a new video update. Secretary of State Antony Blinken joined NBC's “Meet the Press” on Sunday and told host Chuck Todd the US never gave the Taliban a “kill list” before admitting the US gave the Taliban a kill list of Americans.
Happy Saturday! Dustin Atwood and Sarah Myers talk about automotive industry, including: Sarah is FINALLY a homeowner. She talks about getting use to the drive and the wear and tear it may create on her vehicle. It's been HOT. Dustin has noticed a huge increase on AC repairs the last several days. Have you ever went down the aisle in the store and noticed all of the additives you can put in your vehicle? How do you know which additive is good for your vehicle and which one may cause more damage? AC in a can.
Happy Saturday morning! Kyle Wyatt talks about a variety of topics, including: The contrast between Biden's and Trump's interviews How would Trump handle Taliban "The left are generally weak when it comes to any kind of confrontation" Policies that Joe Biden disagreed with from Donald Trump "Democrats are only concerned about how many people can we please" The media constantly attacks Trump for his agenda
Hour 3 - Nick Reed is live on location at Scramblers Diner for our Heroes Breakfast. The lovely Emily Johnson joins us this morning. Emily talks about how to find what your home is worth. If you're wanting to sell your home, give Emily Johnson a call today! You can find and like her on Facebook. Ryan with A-1 Custom Car Care stops by for our car care tip of the day. Believe it or not, winter is right around the corner. Make sure to check your wiper blades, clean them, and change them. Expensive vs. cheap wiper blades & how the find the best ones. Mary with the Veteran Coalition joins Nick to talk about upcoming events for our vets that you need to know about. There is a Red Cross Blood Drive coming up on Monday, August 30th. Mel Taylor with the 417 Freedom Fighters, Eric with United Frontlines, and Val with We The People of Missouri talk about the misinformation that the Springfield-News Leader wrote about their groups.
Nick Reed and Dr. John Lilly are live on location at Scramblers Diner for our Heroes Breakfast. Here's what they cover: Different places that the Friday Road Show has been in the past. Liberal Ron COVID-19 deaths. In 2020 (for 8 months), there was 353,000 deaths. In 2021 (for 8 months), there was around 297,000 deaths. The worst 12 months were from June 2020 to June 2021. Dr. John Lilly talks about the leading cause of death. Lessons from the 1918 Spanish Flu. How does a virus work? Nick talks about his anti-body test that he took several months ago. COVID-19 characteristics, majority of deaths, natural immunity, and more. FDA "off label" use of medication. Treatment that hasn't been promoted. Quarantine vs. civil liberties.
Nick Reed is live on location at Scramblers Diner for our Heroes Breakfast. Here's what he covers: Yesterday, at least 13 members of the U.S. military were killed and an additional 15 were injured as a result of the bombings at Kabul airport. President Joe Biden blamed “major military personnel” for the decision to withdraw from Bagram Air Force Base during the question-and-answer portion of his Thursday address. The Biden administration reportedly gave the Taliban a list of the names of United States citizens, green card holders, and other Afghan allies that needed to be allowed into the airport so they could be evacuated. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki dismissed calls for President Joe Biden to resign in the wake of a terrorist attack in Kabul, Afghanistan that killed 13 U.S. service members, saying that there's no room for politics in the discussion of the tragedy.
Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: The first batch of winners have been announced for the Missouri vaccine lottery. Nick and Sarah talk about privacy, doctor/patient confidentiality, and the danger of having your name ANNOUNCED to the entire state of Missouri. The Capitol Police officer who fatally shot Ashli Babbitt during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot will step forward Thursday after the government previously declined to identify him. Reports are coming out that there was a large explosion at Kabul airport.
Former Springfield City Council member Kristi Fulnecky joins Nick Reed this morning: A listener sent Nick a Mayor McCheese Funko Pop! The Biden Administration and the poor leadership when it comes to the withdrawal from Afghanistan. The Supreme Court Tuesday declined the Biden administration's request to block a lower court order keeping the Trump administration's “Remain in Mexico” policy for asylum-seekers in place. One man had a very bold plan for breaking up with his girlfriend.
Doctor Ronny Jackson is a retired Rear Admiral in the United States Navy. He retired from the military on December 1st, 2019, after 25 years of Active Duty service to his country. His last duty assignment was at the White House, where he served as Assistant to the President and as the appointed Chief Medical Advisor to President Donald J. Trump. Mr. Jackson joins Nick Reed this hour: Ronny shares his thoughts on what's happening in Afghanistan. Why won't the White House give an official number of Americans left in Afghanistan? 24 students and 16 parents from California are just some of the Americans that are stuck in Afghanistan.
Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was caught flat-footed during the daily press briefing when she was asked about a group of California students who are trapped in Afghanistan. Nick suggests a documentary for you to watch called Uncle Tom. In a collection of intimate interviews with some of America's most provocative black conservative thinkers, Uncle Tom takes a different look at being black in America. Featuring media personalities, ministers, civil rights activists, veterans, and a self-employed plumber, the film explores their personal journeys of navigating the world as one of America's most misunderstood political and cultural groups: The American Black Conservative. The recall in California is in full swing. Out of the dozens of contenders that will appear on the California ballot, one, in particular, has become the frontrunner to replace Newsom if the recall vote is a success: longtime conservative radio host Larry Elder. And of course, the media is trying to destroy him.
We received a message from a listener in regards to a vaccine mandate. We've posted it below. "My name is __________. My company is mandating the vaccine by Oct 4 or we'll be terminated. I have currently filled out the Religious and Moral paperwork and I'm currently waiting for an answer on it. I'm also trying to get a medical exemption do to an autoimmune issue I have plus the fact that I apparently already had COVID because I tested positive for the Igg antibody. But that doesn't make any difference to my company. I've called around to all 3 medical establishments here in Springfield trying to see if any of them would help me with the medical exemptions paperwork but of course every single place I spoke with wanted people to be vaccinated and wouldn't help. Which this is why I'm disturbing you. I wanted to see if you would be willing or able to reach out to your audience and if there was a Dr. listening that would at least hear me out with my situation. Thank You."
Local attorney Dee Wampler joins Nick Reed this hour. Here's what they cover: The effectiveness of President Joe Biden. Dee Wampler talks about grief, suicide awareness, and the power of prayer. Dee was married to his lovely wife for 56 years. Dee opens up about the loss of his life partner, and the power of praying in his life. It's okay to seek help. It's okay to seek counseling. Legal issues across the country. The NRA.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: President Donald Trump released a new video that you MUST see. President Joe Biden once dismissed America's obligations to Afghan women and girls when he was vice president, telling officials “F--- that” when it was brought to his attention. Congressman Billy Long joins Nick Reed this morning: Mr. Long explains the atmosphere in Washington, D.C. The reality of what's happening in Afghanistan. Private businesses and vaccine mandates.
Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Monday granted full approval to Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for individuals 16 years and older. Dr. Anthony Fauci said in an interview Monday that he misspoke when he said the country may get the virus under control by fall 2022—another full year. The Taliban is now calling the shots. CIA Director William Burns secretly met with Taliban leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar in Kabul on Monday, a senior U.S. official confirmed to Fox News. White House press secretary Jen Psaki denied Monday that Americans are stranded in Afghanistan despite national security officials stating Americans aren't able to make it out to Kabul's airport for evacuation.
Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: House Intelligence Committee Chair Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) relayed some sobering news about the situation in Afghanistan when he told reporters that evacuations will likely extend past the August 31 deadline. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Monday granted full approval to Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for individuals 16 years and older.
Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Monday granted full approval to Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for individuals 16 years and older. CoxHealth is now requiring all staff members to get the first dose of the vaccine by October 15. KOLR10 recently ran a study with RAM, Research and Analysis of Media, to understand why there is vaccine hesitancy in our area and for what reasons. Nick reads the results this morning. Results show that people are turning down the vaccine because of concerns over long-term side effects, and concerns over effectiveness. Meanwhile, the Springfield-News Leader is running stories making it seem that people don't want to get the vaccine because of QAnon.