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September 28, 2020 9 min
John Yoo, the Emanuel S. Heller Professor of Law at the University of California, Berkeley, gives his insights on Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett. He discusses why her religious beliefs will be a target for attacks, the perception that she is the opposite of Justice Ginsberg, whether or not the window is too tight to get a confirmation before the election, and expanding the Supreme Court...
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Hayley and the Knobs spoke with Reverend Doctor Susan Frederick-Gray about last night's sanctuary situation at First Unitarian Church. We also joked about Terry playing with the boss at next week's 840 WHAS Golf Scramble and got into a few complaint calls/messages we've gotten in the past few days...
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Reverend Doctor Susan Frederick-Gray, President of the Unitarian Universalist Association, discussed the First Unitarian Church giving sanctuary to protesters last night after curfew hours, LMPD not allowing people to leave the church property, and her belief that justice was not served for Breonna Taylor...
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Carly Johnson talked about her beautiful, new song "Burn Your Fears", the inspiration behind the song, and how she put together the video for the song during the COVID-19 pandemic...

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Golf instructor and avid LSU football fan Brian Manzella is excited to see his Tigers in-person tomorrow. He talked about what the game experience might look like, how the Tigers might play after the exit of Joe Burrow, and he snuck in a little golf talk too...
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Attorney General Cameron's following the law in the Breonna Taylor investigation, but his feeling that the A.G. may be "too green" to preside over the this case, polling of those who support protests falling across the country due to "protest fatigue", cowards letting agitators changing the narrative of protests, and an upcoming blood drive...
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Attorney David Mour discusses the importance of the media and their ability to do their jobs after curfew hours, how you know the difference between rioters versus protesters, and various LMPD missteps...
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Hayley and Ian school Terry on the glory of cats, plus we talk college hijinks, and got to speak with Phillip Bailey of USA Today about some of the members of the media who were arrested during last night's protest, almost being arrested himself, and the importance of the 1st Amendment…
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USA Today reporter Phillip Bailey talked about almost being arrested while working last night during the protests, the mixed messages being sent by LMPD and their officers to the media, and the importance of the 1st Amendment in our society...
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Marcus Ray, the President of the Kentucky NAACP, discussed the findings of the Breonna Taylor investigation and the lack of charges brought on behalf of Ms. Taylor herself. He also talked about the frustration of people who feel they are not being heard leading to riots in streets, the need for curfews, and the differences between black people being killed by police officers and violence in cities like Chicago...
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Jeffersontown Police Chief Rick Sanders discussed the shooting of two LMPD officers last night during protests downtown, his appreciation of the officers that continued policing after the shootings, the narrative that "cops kill people who come after them," accountability for everyone, restraint, and impact of being a police office on family members...
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Metro Councilman-elect Jecorey Arthur said that he is not surprised with the results of the Breonna Taylor investigation. He talked about how to bring our community together, why Metro government paid the Taylor estate if no wrongdoing was done, barricading areas of the city in a "Jim Crow" fashion, and police reforms...
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Dr. Ricky Jones reacts to the release of the findings of the Breonna Taylor investigation. He talked about Detective Hankison being charged with endangering people in other apartments but not Breonna Taylor or Kenneth Walker themselves, the possibility that Breonna Taylor was shot while on the ground, white allies, and the pain of black people...
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Steve Romines, the attorney for Kenneth Walker, says that the "grand jury will do whatever the prosecutor wants them to do." He went on to discuss A.G. Cameron's "steering" of who and what charges are filed, the rumor that Kenneth Walker used Breonna Taylor as a human shield, whether or not the police announced themselves, and more...
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Christopher 2X talks about the meeting between Tamika Palmer, the mother of Breonna Taylor, and Attorney General Daniel Cameron and where she goes from here. He also touched on how he feels as a black man about this case and why video would've been so helpful in this case and cases like it in the future...
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Hayley and the Knobs talked about Rolling Stone Magazine's new Top 500 Albums list that is topped by Marvin Gaye, the Governor glossing over violence and destruction by some protester groups, and the shooting at Bungalow Joe’s…
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September 21, 2020 11 min
Political consultant Cody Patterson started off by lamenting both his college and NFL football teams, but he did get to politics. He discussed the differences between Mitch McConnell's on replacing a Supreme Court Justice stance in 2016 and 2020, who the nominee might be, the timetable of the vote, and more...
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Christopher 2X commented the 121 homicides in Louisville so far in 2020 and the need to attack this violence with urgency. He also discussed the impact of the violence on young people, their trend to embrace the violence as the only possibility in life, and why "hurt people hurt people"...
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Hayley and the Knobs somehow went from high school sports to mini horses, the athletic feets of old people, and Fast Times at Ridgemont High. How? I guess you'll have to listen... #HappyBirthdayHorace
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Mark Mix, the President of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, discussed Joe Biden's vow to repeal federal Right To Work laws, card check certification processes, unions donating to political campaigns, and more...
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