Episode 568

Debate Recap and a Story...

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October 16th, 2019

47 mins 20 secs

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I was the keynote speaker at the BOTT Radio Pastors Luncheon yesterday. It was a wonderful afternoon with amazing choir music and Tim Ezell as the Emcee. Today on the program I recapped the Dem Debate on CNN last night and gave one of the Three Stories that I shared yesterday at the event. I hope you enjoy it!

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  • Daughter of man in ’72 Biden crash seeks apology from widowed Senator | News | newarkpostonline.com — Newark resident Pamela Hamill wants a public apology from vice presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Joseph Biden (D-Del.), who she says has repeatedly besmirched her late father, Curtis C. Dunn. Dunn was the tractor-trailer driver involved in the December 1972 accident that took the life of the newly-elected U.S. Senator’s first wife, Neilia, and 13-month-old daughter, Naomi. Dunn died in 1999, but his daughter says she’s fed up with Biden publicly mischaracterizing him as having been drunk when the accident occurred. According to Delaware Superior Court Judge Jerome O. Herlihy, who oversaw the police investigation 36 years ago as chief prosecutor, there is no evidence supporting Biden’s claim.
  • GM strike deal reached that could end 31-day strike - CNN — New York (CNN Business)Negotiators from General Motors and the United Auto Workers union have reached a tentative deal to end a 31-day strike by nearly 50,000 workers. Details of the agreement were not immediately available. The deal was confirmed by Terry Dittes, the UAW's chief negotiator with GM.
  • Doug Schoen: Fourth Democratic debate's big winner, 2 surprise showings and the biggest loser | Fox News — Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts was the big winner Tuesday night in Westerville, Ohio in the most crowded presidential debate ever held. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Ind., also delivered strong performances.
  • SHOCK POLL: Trump Gets Support From 32% of Black Male Voters Against Democrat Opponent - Big League Politics — According to the findings of a new Hill-HarrisX poll, a shocking 32 percent of black male voters would prefer to vote for Donald Trump over a generic Democrat opponent in the 2020 presidential election.