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  1. The Kramer Show. Heard on 101.1 in Panama City. Click here to listen live. Call the show at (850) 233-9988 Email the show at kramer@newstalk101.com Remember, you can sign in on this forum and post by signing in using your Facebook account! 6:00 SHOW PREP MEETING WITH AUDIENCE! 6:30 THE WARM UP! --- BIRTHDAYS SEE BELOW --- --- ON THIS DAY WHEN SEE BELOW --- --- FIVE THINGS TO KNOW --- *) Here. --- BALLOON BOY HOAX --- *) AUDIO AUDIO AUDIO Ten years since the awesome balloon boy hoax. --- TRUMP --- *) 36 tweets per day. Here. *) AUDIO CNN's Broke Baldwin crying about some video. Here. --- FOX NEWS --- *) The hosts at Fox News don't seem to like Trump too much. Here. --- HUNTER BIDEN --- *) AUDIO ABC news from July 1st, 2019. Here. *) More details. Here. --- PROJECT VERITAS --- *) AUDIO OUCH! Jeff Zucker, CNN President, caught on camera saying some really bad thangs. Here. --- MICHELLE OBAMA --- *) She isn't even running and she's the number one Democrat candidate in New Hampshire. Here. 7:00 Find them on facebook at magerparuas and on Twitter at magerparuaslaw 7:30 Find them on facebook at magerparuas and on Twitter at magerparuaslaw *) HURRICANE INSURANCE. Here. 8:00 --- FIVE THINGS TO KNOW --- *) Here. --- TRUMP --- *) 36 tweets per day. Here. *) AUDIO CNN's Broke Baldwin crying about some video. Here. --- FOX NEWS --- *) The hosts at Fox News don't seem to like Trump too much. Here. --- HUNTER BIDEN --- *) AUDIO ABC news from July 1st, 2019. Here. *) More details. Here. --- PROJECT VERITAS --- *) AUDIO OUCH! Jeff Zucker, CNN President, caught on camera saying some really bad thangs. Here. --- MICHELLE OBAMA --- *) She isn't even running and she's the number one Democrat candidate in New Hampshire. Here. 8:30 THE COOL DOWN! --- GUEST --- *) Lobsterfest. --- FIFTY BABIES DEAD --- *) So far this Summer from being left in hot cars. Here. --- SAY WHAT SAAAAYYYY WHAT --- *) Man pulls up at police station with a dead body in the car and tells them there's 3 more at his apartment. Here. --- MANDATORY PHONE POLL --- *) Do you support the impeachment of Donald Trump? Here. --- CODE CRACKDOWN --- *) AUDIO Code crackdown starts on abandoned buildings. Here. --- BANNING COSTUMES --- *) Michigan State bans "insensitive" Halloween costumes. Here. --- ELDERLY FIGHT CLUB --- *) Staff ran private fight club in old folks home. Here. --- ELTON MICHAEL --- *) Elton says MJ was crazy. Here. --- PRINGLES --- *) Um. Here. --- FELON VOTERS --- *) Should felons be able to vote? Here. --- ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS CROSSING --- *) These ABC numbers are friggin stupid. Here. --- UFO --- *) Spotted off the coast of North Carolina. Here. --- ESCAPE HOSPITAL --- *) This guy dresses up as a doctor to try to evade Cops to escape hospital. Here. --- TOP FIVE ARGUMENTS --- *) Top five things that married people argue about. Here. --- STDS --- *) These STD's are on fire. Here. --- ROCK METAL --- *) It's time for metal and rock to be represented at the Super Bowl. Here. --- BAD BOSSES --- *) Half of people have quit a job because of a shitty boss. Here. --- DON JOHNSON --- *) AUDIO Says there may be a Miami Vice reboot. Here. --- TEACHER PAY --- *) Raising starting pay for teachers in Florida. Here. --- SUING FORTNITE --- *) Parents suing Fortnite for being as addictive as cocaine. Here. --- FIRED BUT --- *) Got fired but kept showing up for 4 years and getting checks. Here. --- VIRAL POST ABOUT CANDY --- *) This woman was mad at her neighbor about shitty candy. Here. --- OVERSLEEPING --- *) A judge sentenced a guy to 10 days in jail for oversleeping and missing jury duty. Here. --- VAPING --- *) 3 things you may have gotten wrong about the vaping issue. Here.
  2. A desperate mother has shared chilling before and after photos of her son — who she says is addicted to heroin and methamphetamine — in an effort to bring awareness to addiction. Jennifer Salfen-Tracy, of Wentzville, Mo., said her oldest son, Cody Bishop, is suffering from a drug addiction and she's been "hesitant on sharing" the private details of their lives, "but many people ask how things are going so I feel I should share." "The face of heroin and meth," the mother wrote on Facebook Wednesday, "is reality for so many people and families in this world today." Bishop is living in Las Vegas, where he's homeless, Salfen-Tracy said. In two drastically different photos of her son taken seven months apart, Bishop appears wildly different. The "before" shows Bishop seemingly healthy with a stocky build. In the "after" photo, Bishop appears substantially thinner, with markings covering his skin. "That is how fast someone is effected [sic]," Salfen-Tracy said. "Hearing how bad he is doing is hard but not hearing at all is worse. The unknown is what makes a person not sleep at night," she said online. "It is hard to understand how someone who has families and children who love and need them live the life they do." Salfen-Tracy said she prays to God that her son — who, according to KSDK, was an athlete at Wentzville Holt High School in Missouri before graduating in 2011 — "decides he is tired of living like this and wants to come home to get help." The mother wrote that her son's problems with addiction are "not just a problem that my family faces but almost everyone knows someone who has a drug/ heroin addiction." As of Sunday, Salfen-Tracy's post was shared and liked more than 100,000 times, and received more than 26,000 comments. She asks that if her son sees the post, to please call her.
  3. Wisconsin voters are unhappy with how things are going in the country, oppose the border wall, think tariffs hurt the economy, and disapprove of the job President Trump is doing. That gives Democratic candidates the lead in each of the possible 2020 matchups tested in a Fox News Poll of Wisconsin registered voters. Joe Biden bests Trump by 9 points (48-39 percent) and has the only lead outside the poll’s margin of error. Bernie Sanders is up by 5 over Trump (45-40) and Elizabeth Warren has a 4-point edge (45-41). In each case, the remaining 13-14 percent of undecided/third-party voters is enough to shift the race either way. Trump receives 41 percent support or less in each of the matchups -- well below the 47 percent he won the Badger State with in 2016. At the same time, none of the Democrats hit 50 percent. The Democratic candidates mostly owe their advantage to women voters and those with a college degree. Trump does best among white men without a degree and white evangelical Christians. “Wisconsin is a tough nut for Republicans and the president has an uphill climb,” says Republican pollster Daron Shaw, who conducts the Fox News Poll with Democrat Chris Anderson. “He needs to reassure rural voters who are spooked by the tariffs while persuading suburban voters to buy into his low tax/pro-growth economic vision.” Trump won rural voters by 27 points in 2016. They now back him over Biden by only 2 points. By a 19-point margin Wisconsin voters think tariffs hurt rather than help the economy, and more oppose building a wall along the southern border by 10 points. Those favoring the wall prefer Trump by 73 points, while those opposed go for Biden by 76. Voters who say tariffs hurt the economy prefer Biden by a 61-point margin. Those who think tariffs help support Trump by 65. Trump beat Hillary Clinton in Wisconsin by less than one percentage point, making him the first Republican to win the state since 1984. Ninety-two percent of Clinton voters back Biden, while 83 percent of Trump voters stick with him. Currently, 44 percent of Badger State voters approve of the job Trump is doing and 54 percent disapprove. Views are nearly identical on the direction of the country: 43 percent are satisfied with how things are going vs. 55 percent dissatisfied. Almost half (48 percent) rate the economy as excellent or good, while slightly more (51 percent) say it is in only fair or poor shape. Meanwhile, despite many finding Trump’s dealings with the president of Ukraine troubling (33 percent extremely and 12 percent very), a 54 percent majority says there is zero chance something about the situation would cause them to change their mind about Trump. Forty-two percent want Trump impeached and removed from office, 4 percent say impeached, but not removed, and 45 percent oppose impeachment. More Republicans (90 percent) oppose impeachment than Democrats favor it (82 percent). In the race for the Democratic nomination, Biden is the top choice with 28 percent support, followed by Warren at 22 percent, and Sanders at 17 percent. Pete Buttigieg comes in at 7 percent, Kamala Harris 5 percent, and Cory Booker, Amy Klobuchar, and Andrew Yang get 2 percent apiece. All others receive 1 percent or less. The Sanders campaign announced Wednesday that he is off the trail indefinitely after undergoing a heart procedure. The poll was conducted Sunday through Wednesday evenings. More Sanders supporters strongly back him (75 percent), compared to Warren (61 percent) and Biden supporters (61 percent). Biden’s strongest groups include moderates, white Catholics and voters without a college degree. Warren does best among college graduates and self-described liberals, and Sanders makes the top three largely because of voters under age 35. More Warren supporters (64 percent) are extremely interested in the election than Sanders (60 percent) or Biden supporters (51 percent). Democratic primary voters place far greater importance on beating Trump than voting for their preferred candidate (52-33 percent). They split, however, when it comes to supporting a candidate who will build on former President Obama’s legacy vs. one who will take a new and different approach (43-47 percent). Biden is the top pick among those who want to build on Obama’s legacy and those who prioritize beating Trump. Democratic primary voters favoring a new approach give roughly equal support to Biden, Warren and Sanders. Conducted September 29-October 2, 2019 under the joint direction of Beacon Research (D) and Shaw & Company (R), this Fox News Poll includes interviews with 1,512 Wisconsin voters who spoke with live interviewers on both landlines and cellphones. Respondents were randomly selected from a statewide voter file, and 663 were screened to identify potential participants in the Democratic presidential primary. The poll has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 2.5 percentage points for all registered voters and 3.5 points for Democratic primary voters.
  4. (CNN)A series of new firearm laws will go into effect in Texas next month -- further loosening gun restrictions in a state that's had four of the 10 deadliest mass shootings in modern US history. The laws -- passed before a gunman massacred 22 people and injured dozens in El Paso last weekend -- will make it easier to have guns in a state with some of the most lax weapons restrictions in the nation. Here are the key firearm laws going into effect on September 1: Weapons on school grounds House Bill 1143 says a school district cannot prohibit licensed gun owners, including school employees, from storing a firearm or ammunition in a locked vehicle on a school parking lot -- provided they are not in plain view. Kris Brown, president of gun violence prevention advocacy group Brady, criticized the bill going into effect September 1. "Many states took the opportunity in the last two years to learn lessons from the tragedies in Las Vegas, Sutherland Springs, Parkland, and the every day gun violence that plagues our citizens, and enacted new laws to protect public safety through expanded background checks and extreme risk laws, which allow families and law enforcement to remove guns temporarily from individuals at risk of harming themselves or others," Brown said. "Texas lawmakers, instead of reacting to the horrific shooting in Santa Fe by focusing on keeping guns out of dangerous hands, or even emphasizing safe storage of guns, instead doubled down on an NRA led agenda to encourage guns everywhere, no matter the risks and costs to safety." Marshals at schools House Bill 1387 loosens restrictions on how many armed school marshals a school district can appoint. Guns in foster homes House Bill 2363 allows some foster homes to store firearms and ammunition in a safe and secure place for personal protection. Proper storage must be followed, the bill says, including putting firearms and ammunition together in the same locked locations. It also goes into effect on September 1. Weapons in apartments House Bill 302 bans homeowners or landlords of rental property from prohibiting residents from lawfully possessing, carrying, transporting or storing a firearm or ammunition in the property. Handguns during a disaster House Bill 1177 prohibits residents from being charged with a crime for carrying a handgun while evacuating from a state or local disaster area. Firearms in places of worship Senate Bill 535 clarifies the possession of firearms at churches, synagogues or other places of worship. It allows licensed handgun owners to legally carry their weapons in places of worship -- and comes nearly two years after a gunman killed 26 people at Sutherland Springs church. "We have learned many times over that there is no such thing as a gun free zone. Those with evil intentions will violate the law and carry out their heinous acts no matter what," state Sen. Donna Campbell, co-sponsor of the bill, said in a statement. "It makes no sense to disarm the good guys and leave law-abiding citizens defenseless where violent offenders break the law to do great harm." The bill will make things clearer, she said. "The existing statute is confusing and clunky when it comes to clearly stating the rights of licensed Texans to carry on the premises of a church. This bill provides clarity of the Legislature's intent to treat churches in the same manner as other privately owned establishments in Texas."
  5. President Trump added fuel to the conspiracy theories surrounding multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein's apparent suicide on Saturday when he retweeted a post that implied former President Bill Clinton was linked to Epstein's death. The tweet came from self-described comedian Terrence K. Williams who echoed many on social media in suggesting a connection between the Clintons and Epstein, who previously was an acquaintance of the former president. "Died of SUICIDE on 24/7 SUICIDE WATCH ? Yeah right! How does that happen," the tweet read, alongside a photo of Epstein and one of the Clintons. "#JefferyEpstein had information on Bill Clinton & now he’s dead I see #TrumpBodyCount trending but we know who did this! RT if you’re not Surprised." Trump's tweet came shortly after Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., pushed back on the "immediate rush to spread conspiracy theories about someone" in another political party. 7,256 people are talking about this Williams' video argued that "for some odd reason, people with information on the Clintons end up dead and they usually die from suicide." "C'mon now," he continued incredulously on the video. The Associated Press reported that Epstein had been placed on suicide watch after an incident last month in which Epstein was found with bruising on his neck, though it has never been made clear whether those injuries were the result of a suicide attempt or an assault by a fellow inmate. However, a Bureau of Prisons spokesman told the New York Post Saturday that Epstein was not on suicide watch at the time of his death and AP reported he had been taken off suicide watch at the end of last month. The well-connected financier was indicted last month on federal sex trafficking charges and faced up to 45 years in prison. On Saturday, Trump's Justice Department announced it would pursue an investigation into Epstein's death. “I was appalled to learn that Jeffrey Epstein was found dead early this morning from an apparent suicide while in federal custody. Mr. Epstein’s death raises serious questions that must be answered," Attorney General William Barr said. "In addition to the FBI’s investigation, I have consulted with the Inspector General who is opening an investigation into the circumstances of Mr. Epstein’s death."
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