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Postal worker holdup leads to muscle car theft ring arrests

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Postal worker holdup leads to muscle car theft ring arrests

"A postal worker hold up in Ohio leads authorities to take down a muscle car theft during working across several states involving clone key fobs and high powered hellcats According to the DoJ the gunpoint hold up of a postal worker outside Cleveland led to the arrest of a man who had more than just stolen mail but a ramp pickup a Range Rover a Dodge with a hellcat engine all stolen That led to the arrest of three other Cleveland area men all charged with conspiracy and interstate transport of stolen vehicles all part of a car theft ring authorities say stole from Detroit factory lots and showrooms cars SUVs pickups worth $50,000 to more than a hundred grand sold on the street for as little as $3500 to 15,000 I'm Julie Walker

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Janice Dean: Bringing Accountability to NY Nursing Homes

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:31 min | 2 months ago

Janice Dean: Bringing Accountability to NY Nursing Homes

"For many who may not know, but you both your husband's parents died and you just waged, I think you made a decision. I mean, you're a meteorologist and you're an accomplished experienced broadcaster, but I think you decided that you have a high enough, you know, you've got a platform where you could shine a light on this scandal and many credit you with bringing a lot of people to accountability over what happened. Well, I hope that happens. We still have to get there. There are many things going on behind the scenes that I hope to be able to tell you about in the next couple of months to do that to bring our families justice. But I think it's because I'm not a political person, Mike. You've known me for many years. I am the meteorologist. I deliver the forecast and when there's a serious storm like we have right now bearing down on Florida, I take my job really seriously. You know, I always say the red and blue. I see on a map or areas of low pressure and high pressure. And I sort of like to keep it that way, but when I realized that there was deep corruption and something that was really evil going on. And I had the ability to bring awareness to what was happening here in New York during the pandemic. I had to do it on behalf of the over 15,000 elderly that perished and were really put in harm's way.

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"15,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:11 min | 2 months ago

"15,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bracing for hurricane Ian. The national hurricane center says Ian is now a category two hurricane and is currently predicted to strike the West Coast of Florida or the Florida Panhandle by Thursday. A significant storm surge event is quite possible for portions of the West Coast of Florida, very vulnerable to storm surge. It's already reached winds of up to a 100 mph. NASA's dart mission is a success. The space agency intentionally crashed a small spacecraft into an asteroid Monday to test the interplanetary defense system. The spacecraft traveling more than 14,000 mph hit the asteroid located nearly 7 million miles away from earth, researchers will measure whether the probe will alter its orbit. The January 6th House committee is convening for another public hearing Wednesday. Committee members are promising new information on last year's attack against the U.S. capitol, no witnesses have been announced. It'll be the committee's 9th public hearing and the first since late July. Starbucks says it's ready to start contract negotiations at hundreds of U.S. stores next month. Brad Ford reports Starbucks and sent letters to 238 stores so they proposed three week window in October to start negotiations. All of those stores have voted to unionize this year in elections certified by the national labor relations board. The stores are located in 36 states. Starbucks says they look forward to negotiations, union officials are more skeptical. Starbucks has opposed unionization of its over 9000 company owned stores in the U.S.. The 2022 midterm elections are shaping up to be one of the most expensive campaign seasons ever. Political campaigns have spent almost 6 and a half $1 billion on ads which surpasses both the 2018 and 2020 election cycles. Data compiled by Facebook and Google shows campaigns have spent almost $50 million on midterm ads on those platforms alone. I'm Brian shook. New York senator Kirsten gillibrand is calling for billions of dollars in federal relief for Puerto Rico, Natalie migliori reports. The senator wants Congress to authorize $1 billion in nutritional lead for Puerto Rico and has introduced a bill to expand snap benefits for the island. We need help for the people of Puerto Rico not only to survive and recover, but we need them to give them help to rebuild. She's also requesting the federal government, put an additional $2.9 billion into fema's disaster relief efforts. Meantime, Congress members nydia the last quest and Gregory meeks wanted additional foreign affairs money for other islands recovering from hurricane Fiona, like the Dominican Republic. Over 60 different ready to eat meat products are being recalled over possible Listeria contamination. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said the products originated at Berman meat and processing ink between July 7th and September 9th, a full list of the affected products can be found on the food safety and inspection services website. The UK has announced sanctions against individuals and organizations linked to Russia's referendums in Ukraine. In London, Ali Barrett says the votes in four regions of Ukraine on whether to become part of Russia are illegal sham referendums. 33 officials in the Ukrainian regions holding votes are being sanctioned, as is I am a consulting which the UK says it believes has been managing the public campaigns for the referendums. The UK's also adding four further oligarchs to its sanctions list and 55 board members from state linked organizations that help fund the Russian war operation. Ali Barrett London. A trailer is being released for a documentary about Hollywood's autograph seekers, Hollywood signs will explore the relationship between celebrities and their fans related to the autograph collecting subculture. Hollywood signs will release digitally in the U.S. tomorrow. I'm Brian shook. And I Brian Curtis in Hong Kong. Let's get you caught up on this hour is top business stories and the markets. The Bank of England and the UK treasury have failed in a joint bid to calm financial markets. There had been traders speculation, the UK would launch a stronger intervention, possibly including emergency rate hikes to stem and decline in UK assets. Instead, the BOE governor Andrew Bailey said the Central Bank would make only a full assessment of the government's budget plans and Sterling's latest slump at its November meeting. In the meantime, fed officials are stressing the need to reduce inflation despite a risk to employment. Cleveland fed president Loretta mester said that restrictive policy would need to be in place for longer. Boston fed president Susan Collins and her Dallas counterpart Lori Logan called restoring price stability, job number one, even if it hurts. Atlanta fed chief Rafael basic shared his view, but said that the risk of spillovers from turmoil in the UK would require close watching. I think what we've seen in the reaction to the proposed plan is a really concern and a fear that the new actions will add uncertainty to the economy. You know, one of the things that I spend a lot of time thinking about is how do we create more certainty for a consumers? And that is Rafael bostic. And at least two fed speakers said that they are not in a vacuum and it's getting mentioned. That may be what we see encouraging investors around the world because we're seeing some modest gains in the Asia Pacific. The MSCI Asia Pacific index is actually up a tenth of 1% and the nikkei has rallied about 7 tenths of 1%. Elsewhere the SX 200 and Sydney up about three tenths of 1%. Global news, 24 hours a day, live and at Bloomberg quick take brought to you by 2700 journalists in a 120 countries. In Hong Kong, this is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg law. A divided Supreme Court rejects a religious challenge. Tell us a little about the facts of the case. Peter views with prominent attorneys

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"15,000" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"15,000" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Don't this, don't that. Right. But people didn't die. You know, so we have no idea this is life threatening. Is it just inconvenient? Right. We don't know. Cuba is expected to get the burn of the storm tomorrow. Near final results suggest far right leader Georgia meloni is on track to become Italy's first female prime minister and alliance of far right parties led by maloney's brothers of Italy party are poised to win about 44% of the vote in yesterday's general election found a result will be out today. Bologna is expected to form Italy's most right-wing government since World War II. The January 6th committee is preparing to hold its next public hearing Wednesday. It'll include new information such as explosive allegations from former GOP lawmaker about what The White House may have known during the riot. Democratic congressman Adam Schiff says the committee will have to make a unanimous decision but referring criminal charges to the DoJ. It will be certainly I think my recommendation my feeling that we should make referrals. But we will get to a decision as a committee and we will all abide by that decision and I will join our committee members if they feel differently. Schiff says he thinks there is evidence former president Trump broke the law. NASA said to purposely crash a spacecraft into an asteroid today, the double asteroid redirection test or dart will test whether it's possible to deflect a space rock on a collision course with earth. Now this over 500 foot asteroid does pose no threat, the dart spacecraft is set to smash into the space rocket a staggering 15,000 mph, the collision happens at 6 14 p.m. in Chicago, it'll air live on NASA TV. The forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center, cooler weather ahead, today mostly sunny breezy a high of 63, Tuesday scattered clouds, breezy as well with a high of 60, and mostly sunny the rest of the week. Right now, 52° and clear celebrating our 100th year serving Chicago. I'm James Sears

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Grant Stinchfield Details the Mexican-American Border Crisis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:14 min | 2 months ago

Grant Stinchfield Details the Mexican-American Border Crisis

"About immigration, we've got a crisis on our hands. We've been saying this now for the last two years, president Trump had us moving in the right direction by no means do I try to tell you that we didn't have an immigration problem, even when president Trump was in office. We most certainly did. But we were on our way to correcting that problem between building the wall between remain and Mexico between getting Mexico to help us with the immigration and stem the flow coming out of that country. We were on our way. And we had made great strides. Now, kiss it all goodbye. And so to make a point and I think they've gone above and beyond making their point. Governor desantis and governor avid in Texas, desantis and Florida has sent these migrants to Martha's Vineyard to Chicago to Philadelphia, these left wing liberals, limousine liberals, as I call them, cry foul, they say that it's a chaotic scene that there's a crisis, do you know what it's like and Del Rio, Texas? These are little tiny towns. They can't handle this. Oh wait, Martha's Vineyard's a little tiny town too. Apparently they couldn't handle 50 migrants compared to the 15,000 every day that we see in Del Rio, Texas.

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Sen. Ted Cruz: Everyday, More Illegals Should Go to Martha's Vineyard

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:40 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Ted Cruz: Everyday, More Illegals Should Go to Martha's Vineyard

"Ted Cruz says this should not be the end of all of this. He says that every day, every day we need to be sending more and more illegals to Martha's Vineyard, cut 11. To put in perspective, Martha's Vineyard is a town, its population is about 17,000. The median home price is over a $1 million. Let's compare it to Del Rio Del Rio is a wonderful town in Texas. It's down on the Rio Grande valley. It has a population of between 30 and 35,000. In one single day at Del Rio, there were 15,000 illegal immigrants, mostly Haitians, crossing illegally in one day, as you know, I went down to the bridge and I videoed over 10,000 illegal immigrants under that bridge, Martha's Vineyard lost their mind with 50 and the little town of Del Rio and towns all up and down the Rio Grande valley are dealing with hundreds or dealing with thousands. Let me say Sean, I commend Greg Abbott for sending the immigrants to these blue cities. I commend Ron DeSantis for doing so, and they need to do more tomorrow. Martha's Vineyard needs a hundred. The next day they need 200. The next day they need a thousand D.C. says it's a crisis to get 6000. They need 10,000 they need a 100,000. They need 500,000 because Joe Biden has allowed 4.2 million people to come in illegally. And I know these rich billionaires say, well gosh, you people just let them eat cake. Well, how about having the obamas host these 50 people in their $12 million compound? Wait a minute. No, no, no. None of them.

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Thousands of stiking nurses return to work in Minnesota

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Thousands of stiking nurses return to work in Minnesota

"Thousands of nurses are back at work at Minnesota hospitals following a three day strike The issues wage increases and staffing and retention made worse by the pandemic some 15,000 nurses at 7 healthcare systems in the Minneapolis and Duluth areas walked off the job Monday and returned to work on Thursday They want a more than 30% wage increase over three years hospital leaders say that amount is unaffordable and their offering a wage increase of ten to 12% which when cities hospital groups says negotiators are expected to return to talks sometime next week I'm Donna warder

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DeSantis flies two planes of migrants to Marthas Vineyard; Karine Jean

The Officer Tatum Show

05:22 min | 2 months ago

DeSantis flies two planes of migrants to Marthas Vineyard; Karine Jean

"Brandon Tatum is a 7 year veteran of the Tucson police department. He's a YouTube sensation with 1.9 million subscribers. He started blacks up with Candace Owens and now he's tackling his biggest assignment yet. This is the officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the officer Tatum show. I got so much to talk about. Today I want to hit on a few pointers. When it comes to Ron DeSantis, governor Abbott sending illegal aliens to Martha's Vineyard and some of these liberal self proclaimed sanctuary states. Now, if you've been watching the news or paying attention at all, you will realize that there were illegal aliens who were sent to Martha's Vineyard. Now, if you don't know what Martha's venue is, just imagine a place where all the wealthy people have their guesthouses and or vacation homes and Obama lived there. I'm sure Oprah Winfrey got a house there. All of these mega millionaires and billionaires have property at Martha's Vineyard. I would argue that it's an exclusive location where only wealthy people reside. Now I'm not going to lie and say I don't know people that live in Martha's Vineyard. I at least know one person that has a house in Martha's Vineyard that they don't even live at most of the time. So you can imagine that they are a billionaire. However, the ploy by desantis and governor Abbott sending some of these illegal aliens to multiple locations, I think, is petty, but I'm here for the pettiness. The only way that these people are going to get a taste of their own medicine is when we start being just as pity as they're being. I find it quite interesting. That they cry from the mountaintop. We need to, we need to have immigrants. Republicans are racist. They don't care about people. These people just looking for opportunities. And then when the opportunities are presented to be provided for by them, now it's a crisis. People in Martha's Vineyard network and you probably have to at least be worth several $1 million to even have a place in Martha's Vineyard. Remember all the stuff people are talking I don't let them in the border. No, no, no, let them stay in your vacation home. You're 15,000 square foot vacation home that you only visit for three months out of the year. How about you let their legals alien stay there? Remember when you were talking all that trash about president Donald Trump saying he's a racist for not wanting people to come over here. Oh, now it's in your backyard now you are concerned. See, because I think it's not fair that the ones who are advocating for open borders the most are not affected the most by open border policy. If you look at it, you say, I mean it does illegal aliens coming through Texas coming through California. Coming through Arizona, many of them ended up in Florida. What are the chances that they're going to make it up to Chicago? What are the chances that they're going to make it up to Northern California? Some of these places, they're going to settle in a place that's closest and most conducive for them to settle in. And you know who's going to take the burden of those issues, the taxpayer. Where do you think these people go to school? When they bring their kids over here, where do you think they go to school? They ain't homeschooling them. They're going to school with your kids. And then when the teachers aren't getting paid enough and they're burdened to the bone, why do you think that's the case? Because we got an influx of people in our country that don't belong here. And we really don't have the resources to take care of them. Man, you think they're not bumping and grinding and pumping and sweating. They haven't kids too. And they having a lot of kids. You think they weren't contraceptive. You think they may not say that other word. You think they're doing the Afghanistan like Joe Biden? They probably are, because. They did. They may not say it. Y'all know what I'm talking about. They're removal game is on trash mode. So I bet you a $1 million they're having a lot of kids. And where do you think they go? When they're giving birth to children, they go to the hospital. And your insurance, or if you don't have insurance, you paid out of pocket for the birth of your child and your second child in your third child. On their 7th kid, who do you think is paying for it? They don't have a job, many of them, they don't have jobs, they don't have a social security number. They can't get a wicked work anywhere. A lot of them are working under the table. They don't have insurance. But that pregnancy that high risk pregnancy is 40, $50,000. Who is paying for it? Okay. I'm just wondering where you're paying attention. Are you awake? And I'm not saying in any form of fashion that we should be mean to people. And we should hate people. How dare you want to be in America? I understand why you want to be in America. However, we can't just let everybody come into America. We can't just let everybody do it. Let me just give you an example. I gave this example at a university that I was speaking at. And I said, you pay

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Thousands of Minnesota nurses launch 3-day strike over pay

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Thousands of Minnesota nurses launch 3-day strike over pay

"Thousands of nurses in Minnesota have launched a three day strike pressing for salary increases They say will help improve patient care Some 15,000 nurses at 7 healthcare systems in the Minneapolis and Duluth areas have walked out A number of the union says makes it the largest strike ever by private sector nurses The affected hospitals say they have recruited temporary nurses and expected to maintain most services The nurses on strike say they want to resolve under staffing stresses that have worsened in the coronavirus pandemic Tracy dittrich a registered nurse for nearly 24 years says their shifts where you have say three critically ill patients and you have to decide which patient gets to care when I'm Charles De Ledesma

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"Red flag" laws barely used even as shootings and gun deaths soar

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

"Red flag" laws barely used even as shootings and gun deaths soar

"An Associated Press analysis finds the red flag laws touted as a tool to stop gun violence are rarely used an in depth look by the AP found many U.S. states barely used the red flag laws passed in an effort to prevent shootings before they happen It's a trend blamed on a lack of awareness about the laws and resistance by some authorities to enforce them In the District of Columbia in 19 states that have such laws they've been used just over 15,000 times since 2020 in Chicago where Illinois law allows police to take firearms away from people who threaten to kill the law has been used just four times since 2020 even though there have been more than 8500 shootings resulting in 1800 deaths In New Mexico they are red flag law has been used 8 times during that period amid nearly 600 gun homicides in Massachusetts just 12 times with nearly 300 deadly shootings Experts say the use of the laws are woefully low not enough to make a dent in gun violence considering the millions of firearms and circulations and potential warning

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Rainbow Colored Fentanyl Pills Pour Over Southern Border

The Officer Tatum Show

01:30 min | 3 months ago

Rainbow Colored Fentanyl Pills Pour Over Southern Border

"Rainbow colored fentanyl pills pour over southern border, hitting American cities. I don't know if you've seen pictures of these pills. They literally a multi colored pills and a fentanyl pills. I think at least two or three dudes that I went to school wouldn't play football with die from OD and over fentanyl pills. Now they won't say they did. Oh, the person died in the hotel. I know what Don in the hotel is. They won't tell you out of respect for the family or whatever, it's not suicide. It's more than likely because I knew the guy in school, more than likely he was taking fentanyl pills and he got a hold of some bad stuff. And it says that the pills resemble candy and sidewalk chalk pouring over the southern border. Resembling candy in sidewalk chalk. Pouring over the southern border are plunging cities nearby. Are plaguing cities nearby. I see what they're saying. It looks like it looks like candy or chalk that you can write on the sidewalk. That didn't make any sense. I don't know who ever wrote that sentence. I need to go back to English school. Or maybe go to my public school. So they can help people like me understand how they write the English like that. Over 15,000 rainbow color fentanyl pills that look like a small piece of candy were seized Wednesday after authorities found a deadly drug just strapped around the person's leg, deadly drugs dropped around a person's leg at the nogales port of entry at the United States Mexico border in Arizona.

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Two children diagnosed with monkeypox in U.S., officials say

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Two children diagnosed with monkeypox in U.S., officials say

"Two children in the United States have been diagnosed with monkeypox The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a California toddler and an infant in Washington D.C. who is not a U.S. resident have been diagnosed with monkeypox The two are in good health and are receiving treatment while how they caught the disease is being investigated officials think it was through household transmission living in the same house with an infected person The disease is endemic in parts of Africa This year more than 15,000 cases have been reported in other countries including 2800 in the United States The vast majority of infections have happened in men who have sex with men though health officials stress that anyone can catch the virus I'm Tim

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"15,000" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"15,000" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"More monkeypox vaccines are expected in Chicago this week in this case numbers go up, news is next, but first the weather channel four can actually get a mix of sun and clouds out there high 90 today. Tonight we'll have some scattered showers, low 71, then we'll have a high of 92, partly cloudy, may see a stray shower on Saturday, Sunday morning shower size in the upper 80s, 87 at O'Hare, 88 midway, 87° of the lakefront. As cases where I Chicago health officials say the city is expected to receive about 15,000 more doses of monkeypox vaccines as soon as tomorrow, Chicago public health commissioner, doctor Allison Rhys as the city is at the epicenter of the outbreak in the U.S., which has recorded 2500 cases in 46 states. This is definitely an undercount. And this is part of why we want to encourage people to get tested. The CDC reporting 206 cases in Illinois nearly 200 of those are in Chicago. Chicago air expressway shootings down 36% so far this year. There have been 84 expressway shooting since January and one death compared to 132 shootings and ten deaths during the same time last year. Illinois state police director Brendan Kelly credits a multifaceted approach. Special details that we've assigned there the use of air operations, the use of canines, additional special agents to investigate these cases, the use of technology like licensed plate readers. Kelly says his department is committed to using all possible resources to help keep people safe on Illinois express ways. The house January 6th committee has closed down a set of summer hearings with its most detailed focus yet on the investigation's main target, which is former president Donald Trump, the committee will resume its hearings in September. Russian and Ukrainian officials signing a deal designed to stand off, brought by the war a Ukraine that is threatened food security around the world, the two countries accepting separate agreements with turkey and the UN so that Ukraine can export 22 million tons of grain and other agricultural products that have been stuck in Black Sea ports due to the war. WLS news

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Report: UK clearly overwhelmed by surge in migrant crossings

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Report: UK clearly overwhelmed by surge in migrant crossings

"An independent inspection has found that Britain's response to growing numbers of migrants crossing the English Channel on small boats is poor and officials are clearly overwhelmed on some days The review by David Neal the chief inspector of borders and immigration is among critical reports published this week on the British government's handling of migration and asylum seekers a thought is have been struggling to cope with an increasing flow of people fleeing countries such as Afghanistan Somalia and Iraq to seek asylum and better opportunities in the UK since the start of the year around 15,000 people have reached British shores of the crossing the English Channel One of the world's busiest shipping lanes from France in the unseaworthy vessels like rubber dinghies London

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Another Immigrant Caravan Crisis Heads North

The Doug Collins Podcast

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

Another Immigrant Caravan Crisis Heads North

"There's another caravan heading to the United States. It started off in southern Mexico, many of them which coming from Venezuela. The other Central American countries are coming up. So timing is supposedly to get here for that summit of Americas in the United States, but they're coming into the United States. They don't want to be held back. They want to get in. And the number is ranging from 6000 to 15,000. This is a crisis that nobody's talking about. And it's sort of the hidden crisis because it's not just folks who are coming across the border who are families who are just trying to feed their families. They're not just moms and kids and dads who are just trying to find a better life. In the mix of all of these that are coming across is folks who are not coming here for purposeful means. They're not coming here to find a job. They're not going to get their lives better than not coming here to do anything except Carl's trouble.

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Texas School Shooter Kills 14 Children, 1 Teacher

The Officer Tatum Show

01:22 min | 7 months ago

Texas School Shooter Kills 14 Children, 1 Teacher

"Welcome ladies and gentlemen, you're listening to the officer Tatum show him your hose Brandon Tatum. I have some tragic news. I know that you probably heard about it, but there was a tragic shooting in you of all Texas, 15 dead 14 of them were children shot at a elementary school in a small town called Yuval di population about 15,000 people in 78% population and Hispanic and I saw the picture of the shooter and he looks like he's Hispanic. He looked deranged. He looks like he's a minister of society. How did nobody detect that he was nutty? Is beyond me. On his social media, I Instagram, he posted magazines, he posted rifles, he seems like he was a deranged young man. And before the shooting at the school, at the elementary school, which he did not attend, he was 18 years old, he murdered his grandmother. And after murdering his grandmother, he went to the school and shot as many kids as he could. Right now, it doesn't appear that there's a clear motive other than him being insane. And it's a very tragic situation in my condolences and prayers go out to the families that have lost their loved ones in such a tragic event.

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Is the Amityville Horror House Actually Haunted?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:13 min | 7 months ago

Is the Amityville Horror House Actually Haunted?

"Even though these stories of the amityville horror house being haunted or subject to debate, there is very little doubt that Ronald defeo was there for the mass murder of his family in that home. But the question still lingers, is that house really haunted. Because in December of 1975, barely one year removed from the horrifying murders, a guy named George Lutz and his wife Kathy Lutz, they buy the house, which is 4000 ft². They buy it for a reasonable sum of 800 grand. Now, George Lutz never once called the amityville police department to report any suspicious happenings, but these people quickly left the house without their belongings at the living there only 28 days. Because they swear, it was haunted, and that's what spawned the movies. The amityville horror house movies. Now, the fails attorney William Weber is a lot more involved in this fairytale or lore than you may expect. He says that George and Kathy Lutz approached him about an idea for a book and said, we created this horror story over many bottles of wine. It's all a hoax. So those of you who think it really is haunted, according to William Weber, they created this, but wait, it gets weirder. Weber eventually brings a lawsuit against the Lutz family for taking the story of the haunting to another publishing partner and he demands a share of the profits of a cool $60 million. But they settle out of court for 2500 bucks plus 15,000 for his services connected with the book and subsequent movie. Jesus Christ, did he get robbed? That's all he got? What a movie they made 60 million. Wow. So whether you choose to believe the amityville house is haunted or not, some interesting information is still out there.

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"15,000" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:51 min | 8 months ago

"15,000" Discussed on WJR 760

"His vision was what if we took the fountain that we saw in Germany and used the building of that to reimagine and renovate our waterfront into a place that people would want to go And with 17 businesspeople engineers including a gentleman named Bill booth who got a patent for the design of the fountain they took 50,000 original dollars in the late 50s and 1960 and built this 200 foot fountain Which debuted in November of 1962 and has been running continuously since then Amazing The world's largest musical fountain of its kind For many years I think before what the Bellagio or whatever and big well it's so the Bellagio in Las Vegas funded by casino has 1500 fountains in it And then he fountains in Dubai which has an oil Sheik done behind them They have they have 15,000 pounds Wow But you know for a small town in west Michigan we do our best Yeah well and it's something else you do a great job And the committee volunteer committee they do all these wonderful shows How has the presentation changed over the years When it was originally built we were sort of like a wedding Something borrowed something blue So the something blue would have been our water pumps Which came from the water filtration plant The something borrowed were our four colors of light red green blue and white which were the landing lights that were surplused from the Muskegon airport So originally we had sweeps feature called the bazookas which are just an arc of water illuminated by four colors and the pumps from the water filtration plants and the music was basically World War II era big band many good men earth one things like that And the intro was done by a man named Ron heartsman Oh yeah who was a real broadcaster from Muskegon And he used the what became the soundtrack for 2001 which was a regard Strauss symphony and basically it was very much kind of an adult oriented audio track They did have some theme shows back then One was called by the numbers Maybe that was one unit road And there was one that was called weight watchers Which had different lyrics that had the word fat Well and the thing is so they went from that kind of simple version now you have multiple shows it's digital production it's still booming loudly every summer night across the river for visitors and locals alike And Andy I know we're going to run out of time here So let's just mention you're.

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Border States Understandably Concerned As Repeal of Title 42 Looms

The Trish Regan Show

01:41 min | 8 months ago

Border States Understandably Concerned As Repeal of Title 42 Looms

"Tell you what's going on. So there's this thing that Donald Trump administration put into place back in March of 2020 during the haida coronavirus called title 42. It's something that the federal government has on its books that it hasn't often used, but it goes all the way back to 1944, and it's enabling the federal government to quote have the power to prohibit in whole or in part the introduction of persons and properties from certain countries during a public health crisis if there is quote a serious danger of the introduction of such disease into the United States. And so of course, the Trump administration put this into place in March 2020 because they were trying to stop the spread of COVID, but now that's going away because the CDC is decided, you know what COVID's not quite the problem, that it once was. And so now people can apply for asylum and that whole process can happen right here on this side of the border. And so in anticipation of this, our border patrol is getting a very nervous, the expectation is that you're going to have at least 8000 people apprehended per day. That number could swell to 15,000 and the expectation is that you're going to see unlike a border crisis unlike anything you've ever seen before, you know, we were already pre COVID dealing with massive numbers and now, in this environment, even with title 42, they're on the books still, we've been looking at nearly a million migrants that have come in over the last 5 and a half months. It's the fiscal year beginning in October for the border patrol. So we're going to have a problem. I mean, the expectation is this is going to be at least twice as bad, and you can understand why states like Texas and Florida are concerned.

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Russia Loses 15000 Troops in 3 Weeks

The Larry Elder Show

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Russia Loses 15000 Troops in 3 Weeks

"Some 7 or 8 Russian generals have been killed and extraordinarily high amount in such a very short period of time. Estimates are that the Russians might have lost as many as 15,000 troops. In about three weeks, and that is double the number, if not triple the number of troops that we lost in both the Afghan wars, and Iraq combined over 20 years and keep in mind Russia is less than half the size of America, so if you were to transform those numbers to make them equivalent of our country, you're talking about losing 30,000 troops. In three weeks.

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Remembering the Success of 'Rescuing Sprite'

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 9 months ago

Remembering the Success of 'Rescuing Sprite'

"And I wrote rescuing Sprite before I wrote liberty and tyranny Because our dogs bright passed away and I didn't want to write What would become known as liberty and tyranny I was not in the mood to write at all I just don't handle these things very well He's kind of keep to myself But what happened was the first week it came out rescuing Sprite sold an enormous number of books for a dog book by me just because I'm a dog person but I'm not like a dog expert People didn't expect the book like that for me But the book did extremely well The many went to A local rescue much of it went to rescues throughout the country I was attacked for what was it pay for play right mister And then we keep the money How is that paid That doesn't matter So anyway we sold ten to 15,000 more books than ten rogo But there was no way the New York slimes and its and its invisible faceless leftists who make these decisions about the list no way they were going to allow Mark Levin and his dog book to beat Tom Brokaw So that first week they gave us number three And broke all number two Even though that we were number two and broke always number three

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Sec. Robert Wilkie on Russia's Latest Casualty Figures

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

Sec. Robert Wilkie on Russia's Latest Casualty Figures

"Let's continue discussion of the events in Europe, especially in Ukraine, with a former member of the Trump cabinet, secretary for veterans affairs now distinguished fellow at the heritage foundation secretary wilkie. Welcome back in studio. Oh, it's pleasure to be here. Thank you. So we got to talk about so many things, got some cuts from the national security adviser from Biden himself, but you mentioned something about the French head of state, tell us the latest updates and also casualty figures. Right. Well, let's go to the casualty figures first. The British MOD is now said that the Russians have lost more in combat than they did in the entire Afghanistan campaign. And that's well over 14,000. 15,000. Let's be clear here. Less than a month of fighting in Ukraine, ten years in Afghanistan. Ten years in Afghanistan, they've lost 6 generals and one admiral, compare that to the United States and World War II. We lost 11 in

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"15,000" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:24 min | 9 months ago

"15,000" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Ship systems. It has been a month of defending ourselves from attempts to destroy us. Wipe us off the face of the earth, he said. The U.S. has determined that Russian troops have committed war crimes in Ukraine, and it will work to prosecute the offenders. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said, he cited evidence of indiscriminate or deliberate attacks against civilians and the destruction of apartment buildings, schools, hospitals, shopping centers, and other sites. Still, major Russian objectives remain unfulfilled, including in Kyiv, where near constant shelling and gunfire shook the city Wednesday as the two sides battled for control of multiple suburbs. Mayor Vitaly Klitschko said at least 264 civilians have been killed in the capital since the war broke out. The shelling also claimed the life of another journalist, Wednesday. The independent Russian news outlet, the insider, said Russian journalist oksana paulina had been killed in a key neighborhood. In the south the encircled port city of mariupol has seen the worst devastation of the war, and during weeks of bombardment, and now street by street fighting. But Ukrainian forces have prevented its fall, thwarting an apparent bid by Moscow to fully secure a land bridge from Russia to Crimea, seized from Ukraine in 2014. Zelensky said 100,000 civilians remain in the city, which had 430,000 people before the war. Efforts to get desperately needed food and other supplies to those trapped have often failed. Zelensky accused Russian forces of seizing a humanitarian convoy, deputy prime minister irina varas, said the Russians were holding captive 11 bus drivers and four rescue workers along with their vehicles. And their last update over a week ago, mariupol officials said at least 2300 people had died, but the true toll is probably much higher. Air strikes in the past week destroyed a theater, and an art school, where civilians were sheltering. In the besieged northern city of chernihiv, Russian forces bombed and destroyed a bridge that was used for 8 deliveries and civilian evacuations, regional governor vaclav shouse, said. Katarina, who arrived in Poland after fleeing chernihiv, wiped away tears as she spoke about what she had seen. The city is without gas, electricity, or running water, said mccabe, aged 39, and entire neighborhoods have been destroyed. I don't understand why we have such a curse, she said. Despite plenty of evidence to the contrary, Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry peskov, insisted the military operation is going strictly in accordance with plans. The NATO official said 30,000 to 40,000 Russian soldiers are estimated to have been killed or wounded, and its last update Russia said march 2nd, that nearly 500 soldiers had been killed in almost 1600 wounded. Ukraine also claims to have killed 6 Russian generals. Russia acknowledges just one dead general. The figures from NATO represent the alliance's first public estimate of Russian casualties since the war began. The U.S. government has largely declined to provide estimates of Russian or Ukrainian casualties, saying available information is of questionable reliability..

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"15,000" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:56 min | 9 months ago

"15,000" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Up to 15,000 Russian soldiers killed in Ukraine, NATO estimates by nevi Cana and Cara Anna Associated Press. NATO estimated on Wednesday that 7000 to 15,000 Russian soldiers have been killed in four weeks of war in Ukraine, where fierce resistance from the country's defenders has denied Moscow, the lightning victory at song. By way of comparison, Russia lost about 15,000 troops over ten years in Afghanistan. A senior NATO military official said the alliance's estimate was based on information from Ukrainian authorities, what Russia has released intentionally or not. And intelligence gathered from open-sources. The official spoke on condition of anonymity, underground rules sat by NATO. Ukraine has released little information about its own military losses, and the west has not given an estimate, but president volodymyr zelensky said nearly two weeks ago that about 1300 Ukrainian servicemen had been killed. When Russia unleashed its invasion, February 24th in Europe's biggest offensive since World War II, a swift toppling of Ukraine's government seemed likely, but with Wednesday marking four full weeks of fighting, Moscow is bogged down in a grinding military campaign. Zelensky, who has riveted the world's attention with ad hoc videos and speeches to legislatures seeking military aid for his country, seized on the anniversary to plead for people around the world to gather in public Thursday to show support for Ukraine, saying the war breaks the heart of every free person on the planet. Come to your squares, your streets make yourselves visible and heard. Zelensky said in English during an emotional video address to the nation, recorded in the dark near the presidential offices in Kyiv. Say that people matter, freedom matters, peace matters. Ukraine matters. Speaking in Russian, zelensky appealed to Russians to leave Russia, so as not to give your tax money to the war. Tens of thousands of Russians already have fled their country since the war began, fearing an intensifying crackdown on dissent that has included the arrest of thousands of anti war protesters and suppression of the media. Zelensky, who will speak to NATO members by video on Thursday, also said he is asking the alliance to provide effective and unrestricted support to Ukraine, including any weapons the country needs to fend off the Russian invasion. With its ground forces slowed or stopped by hit and run Ukrainian units armed with western supplied weapons, Russian president Vladimir Putin's troops are bombarding targets from afar, falling back on the tactics they used in reducing cities to rubble in Syria and Chechnya. A senior U.S. defense official said Wednesday that Russian ground forces appear to be digging in and setting up defensive positions 15 to 20 kilometers outside Kyiv the capital, as they make little to no progress toward the city center..

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"15,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"15,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Was in 15,000 And Ethereum was at 400 Our client and other clients are definitely concerned about the volatility and the way in which these assets trade But they see the potential And they need as medical said There are hiccups with regards to legal and operational There are clearly structural impediments at a high level you could summarize as partners and plumbing This industry is growing as partners and plugging to enable institutions to onboard And they're coming because they see that this may well be the way by which assets move in the future and is much bigger than a couple assets that are a little bit volatile in your portfolio I want to get into regulate the regulatory environment because that's certainly a big piece of this Let me just ask you because you talked about Bitcoin you talked about Ethereum Those are two that we talk about a lot here at Bloomberg Is it going to be a smattering of different currencies that stay with us I mean we pull up our monitor and the list is rather long and we know that there's a ton out there Is it Bitcoin that continues to be the dominant cryptocurrency Is it Ethereum There were some stories that I was reading this morning that the flows are moving out of Bitcoin and into Ethereum Michael what do you think Do we know at this point I don't think we know at this point I think that A singular family of precious stones or precious metals However each of them have an addressable market and addressable use case and a different price And through that lens you may find that there's a cohort of digital assets that grow and thrive and coexist in each of them do in fact occupy their own addressable market have their own use cases in their own prices Whether or not that's Bitcoin Ethereum other assets it's early days so it's hard to say what that'll look like But if there's any telling how this ecosystem evolves certainly going to see the emergence of more protocols before we see consolidation Michael do you have a price on Bitcoin though since that seems to be the dominant player though that we talk about You know I never give Bitcoin price predictions I've been in this industry for 8 years and what I can tell you is really just what investor behavior has been As you said the Bitcoin price has moved around quite a lot even recently And so when we see dips and prices we often see that as an opportunity and investors moving into buy those dips If they find mentally I'm not change their perception or their conviction and investment but they can buy an asset ten 15 sometimes 20% cheaper than they could a day two days ago well that's a compelling opportunity in investors tend to action those types of opportunities That was grayscale CEO Michael sonnet shine and Sebastian baya president of one river digital at one river asset management.

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"15,000" Discussed on Weird AF News

Weird AF News

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"15,000" Discussed on Weird AF News

"Hello hello hello listeners. And fans of the show. Thanks for going the distance today with this episode. We're going to do the altro. And i'm going to give thanks. I got an email from tiffany. Who wrote jones e. Here's an article submission. Also not sure if anyone else noticed. But i listen to you on my google home and your podcast sounds crackly for about a month or so. I'm wonder if you change the way that you process your audio or go to different microphone or something or maybe it's just my google home is going bad Just wondering. I still listen. Because i love it anyways. Hi thanks for your great funny break from the dismal world currently by a love that you use the word dismal. The dismal world. Yeah it's been feeling like the world is dismal lately isn't it has an i mean oh man. A lot of fires a lot of global warming a lot of gunfire a lot of a lot of death. A lot of death that's been is feels like a crazy place right now man. I'm so glad football season's here just because there's gonna be a lovely distraction for me telling you right now. We all need a distraction from this. I hope that my podcast provides that for some of you. I do I'm very pleased to hear from you. Tiffany and. I'm glad that my podcast offers a nice break for you from the mainstream news. It means a lot that you message me. I appreciate that. I'm so sorry about the quality i haven't changed anything. I'm still recording with the same reicher phone i have been for. I mean going on five months now or something and everything else is the same I actually put out the question of. Who's having a hard time with the google home. And i got far more responses. That say it's fine so there's just a few of you that are just having an issue with someone. Tried to help me out by saying that. You need to go into you. The actual settings and choose Chew some sort of apt to play the podcast on through the speakers. So if you leave it to default. I think it just chooses some random player itself. But you can go in and choose like google podcasts or Spotify to be the actual player of the episode through your device. I believe so. Maybe check that out and see if that works out This is only happening on the google home as well. So it's just something good to know so if you're if you're a huge fan and you wanna you wanna hear it without the crackling. I mean just pull out your phone and just download the google podcast app and just play it on there or i'm on spotify. Play it through them. I'm sure you all have a spotify. Just put in weird avenues there and listen to it there. It's just a. It's just a solution for the meantime anyways It'll play without being without crackling And all that. So i apologize. Tiffany and thank you. Thank you for reaching out to me. I appreciate that very much. You guys can write me for anything. Your question about the show a suggestion. You just want to give me a high five. Virtually or you want to you know you wanna critique it or you wanna tell me i'm terrible or whatever the case may be You know. I'm very open to hearing from hearing feedback from everybody so my emails. Funny jones at g mail dot com. Or you can send a message as tiffany did through my website. Weird af news dot com. There's a little thing that says Submit an article. You can click in there and send me an article and write a little message as well. It's loads of fun. Try it out go to wear avenues. Data can also shut out to Tj thornton who sent me a An articles well tj from the from the uk. I believe so. Thanks for sending articles. Guys i appreciate that. You can follow me my personal instagram at funny jones. If you'd like to see what. I got going on doing some shows in so cal for the most part. So if you happen to be out here let me know gonna be encamped Hampton manhattan beach. Tonight i'm gonna be in where my friday no saturday. What's up near six flags with was that area. I can't remember up there where it's really hot near six flags that's where healthy but driving all over the place man down at long beach last night. Just keep them busy guys. Keep him busy. You got to go where the money is gonna go for the cash. Guys gotta keep the lights on baby in the electricity running in the podcast flow and baby gotta keep it flowing If you want to call the show you got the number. I love to hear feedback. Just i'm going to publish a call or two right after this so stick around also if you want to support the show lead me review a review on amazon or i tunes or joined the patriot. Patriotic dot com slash weird of news or go to wit. Avenues dot com. Okay i love you by. Michael michael colleen from iowa city Regard to couple of your stories from yesterday and pizza being a good breakfast suit food I've joked for the longest time. He is the ideal food. 'cause it's got something from all the food groups. Let's start with the crust. Well that's something from the bredon grain group pizza crust because it's made from flour. You could use whole wheat flour and then The pizza sauce tomatoes. Well there's your fruit and vegetable group and then you put some meat on it. There's your meat group and then of course you've got Any kind of veggies that you put on it. There's your fruit and vegetable group again and then of course the cheese on top. There's your dairy group there you go. You got something from all the major four food groups perfect food pizza and as far as being healthier than Breakfast cereal well. You name captain crunch and sugar smacks and all these hurric- that foods that are nothing but sugar. You know you don't have to choose a rotten sugar cereal like that. You can choose something. That's you know halfway healthy for you. Like raisin bran you know that's got some fruit in it and some Fibrous flakes but you know consumer reports lists say The number one cereal. As bob's red mill old country use likes which i admit would be certain death for you because it's you know Pecans almonds and other nuts. Train that senate which would be as i said certain death for you. But it's loaded with whole grains Rye and wheat and other good things that are just loaded with protein as pizza would have protein and with the whole grains in they're providing protein and the fruits Which has raisins and and cranberries and other good fruits. It'd be a great cereal for someone and that would be better than the sugary cereals. Anyway on your other story They said pizza would provide tidy. Is the word you had trouble with which scenes you feel sated or satisfied giving you a feeling of fullness throughout your morning and the other story that you did had a country Where the guy was stealing underwear or maybe it was the one where the guy was named adolf hitler. The country is african country. Namib is the you. Were having trouble with that and it is hard to say. It's the midday dea. Namibia bobby blue. That's the best we can come up with. It's very hard to say. Namibia and am i b. I a namibia. But i like the sound of the dvd. Blu all right take life..

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"15,000" Discussed on Weird AF News

Weird AF News

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"15,000" Discussed on Weird AF News

"Gives a damn his pope man when a nice guy it says prisoners cooled down during the summer with gelato. From the pope. Pope francis sent over ten thousand ice creams to prisoners to jails in rome. The vatican announced this is occurring during italy's record hot summer. We were burning up. We're all burning up over here. We all need some gelato. The pope's charity office said they did not go on vacation. And these summer months we've been sending vast amounts of gelato to roman prisons. Yes to prisons that are located just on the outskirts of the capital. This is keeping to an annual tradition. The vatican charity office says they also take small groups of homeless people or those housed in shelters to a lake or to the beach or to the sea for an afternoon of relaxation and dinner in a pizzeria. Wow this is fabulous. They take homeless people and people living in shelters to the to the beach then out for pie man. They're really taking care of their homeless people over there now like in my country. Which is the churches step over you the churches of a hair just like get off our doorstep wait. I thought churches were supposed to help the downtrodden feed the homeless clothe. The hungry yeah not in america. We've gone beyond that now. Keeping to their annual traditional charity work the vatican also took small groups of homeless people and those living in shelters to the beach and to the lake and then for an afternoon of relaxation and a dinner in a pizzeria. How isn't that incredible. They really get down and dirty with with the downtrodden over there in italy and help him out get him a pizza. Bring them to the beach. This is lovely. And i don't see that sort of thing happening happening over here then again. We just have too many this forty thousand homeless people in la alone. You can't take them all to the pizzeria man you just. You'll go bankrupt now. The pope francis really gives a damn and under his jurisdiction. The vatican has played an increasing role in helping the city's poor by providing medical facilities and showers installed for the homeless at saint peter's square. Isn't that nice. They've even offered free. Kobe tests and vaccinations to the poor as well. They really take care of their poor over there in italy. This is lovely to hear and the that you know. The pope and the vatican are heavily involved in this. They're using their resources to do. So because i've heard they have a lot of resources. I heard it's a very wealthy little city over there and so it's nice to see that they give back like that after all aren't these the basic tenants of christianity to feed the hungry. Clothe the poor and help the downtrodden. And i just love to see that in twenty twenty one you know. Sometimes i wonder have we forgotten those basic values. No no we. Haven't look at pope francis. Go he's a super dope. Big fan of pope francis. I think he listened to the podcast. Pope shout out to you. Buddy and like some gelato. I'm really really sweating in this closet. Buddy you like podcast..

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"15,000" Discussed on Weird AF News

Weird AF News

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"15,000" Discussed on Weird AF News

"California lawmakers will outlaw stealth thing also known as removing the condom. The pope sends fifteen thousand ice creams to prisoners and a young rappers. Twenty four million dollar diamond was ripped out of his head at a show. These are the weird stories for thursday on weird af news the only daily weird news podcast hosted by comedian. I'm your host jones e. i have some weird stories from around the world. I'm going to try to make them hilarious. We'll see how it goes. Okay if anything. It'll be weird. California is moving to outlaw. Something called stealth thing also known as removing the condom without telling the other party or parties involved california lawmakers moved to make the state the very first and all the land to outlaw stealth thing which is taking off a condom without permission during intercourse. You must ask for permission. May i please take off the condom. Your highness please. It would feel so much better for my my whole experience. If i could just remove the condom please. Will you give the removal of the condom. You'll blessing you have to ask a lot of people don't ask. Of course i've heard of this before. I didn't know it. Had a name stealth thing at no. I did have you heard of this before. I didn't know that was what it's called. Well they're taking this very seriously in my state. They want to protect people from such shenanigans. Such tomfoolery such chicanery which can lead to all sorts of fallout. You know what that can be lots of fallout like std's and or a baby that could be the fallout. So legislators sent a bill over on tuesday adding this act to the state's civil definition of sexual battery. It makes it illegal to remove the condom without obtaining verbal consent. So pretty much. You're going have to record all of your interactions from here on out on video or audio or just carry around a permission slip. I don't know how do you protect yourself from this. It becomes a game a he said she said. When you're dealing with stuff like this this says it doesn't change the criminal code instead. It would amend the civil code so that a victim could sue the perpetrator for some damages including punitive damages. Now we have a democrat assembly person christina shoe. She's been pushing for the legislation. Since two thousand seventeen when yale university study said acts of stealthy were increasing against both women and gay men. Her original bill attempted to make this an actual crime but legislative analysts. Say at the time that the act could already be considered misdemeanor sexual battery even if it isn't specifically referenced in the criminal code but the analysts said it israeli prosecuted if only because of the difficulty in proving that a perpetrator acted intentionally instead of accidentally Yeah what if the condom breaks. Is that stealth thing now instead stealth thing but not on purpose. Yeah so i mean. It's very tricky situation. And when you when you start to have to put parameters around it as far as legalities go. It's a nightmare. It's a complete nightmare. He said she said and You need witnesses man. I'm just gonna have to record all of your your instances of sexual encounters. It's just what you're going to have to do all of us going to have to have our own little little porn channel. Just it's porn protection to protection. I mean you may watch it for other reasons later on but basically it's there for protection legal protection. The bill has quite a bit of support especially from the erotic service providers which say that this could allow sex workers to sue clients who remove condoms during otherwise consensual sex. But then there's the part where you now have to tell the world you're a sex worker and do you have like writes like that. I mean i live in a country where it's really not legal to be a sex worker so this is another nightmare situation and sex workers do need protection such as this law so that they can sue clients. Who do this i mean. I'm glad that it's it might happen this way. But also what about the sex workers. Just you know being legal as well. I mean this is a whole issue that we've had in the culture for a long time. But i am I'm i'm certainly pro. Legality of sex workers. I mean i feel like you should be able to you know if all parties are consenting. Then you should be able to have whatever kind of sexual experience that you want in the world You know as long as no one's harmed in the process of this And i believe you should be able to take pretty much any chemical you want in the privacy your own home as long as no one's being harmed by it you know i'm all about freedom. Here is what i'm all about. You should be able to do whatever the hell you want. What your body and your mind and no one should be able to tell you otherwise so you guys probably don't agree with that some of you but at least you could call call me and tell me what you think about the whole stealth thing law. That's pretty crazy. I'm glad we're kind of moving in this direction though because people need protection of figuratively and literally so call the show. Six four six four five zero twenty twelve. The pope sends fifteen thousand ice creams to rome prisoners. I wonder why were they behaved this year. Or is it just too hot. And the pope gives a damn his pope man when a nice guy it says prisoners cooled down during the summer with gelato. From the pope. Pope francis sent.

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"15,000" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"15,000" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Your credential foreign correspondent leland. And i want to dial in on the fifteen thousand americans stranded in kabul and throughout the country. What would you be doing right now. If any of these foreign deployments the united states had bugged out without notice and left you catastrophically high and dry. What would you actually do. Well depends on where you are in afghanistan because the taliban controls everything minus a couple of hundred yards around the airport and what. We're hearing so much from afghanistan. Right now is that it's all well and good that the us controls the airport but a lot of the planes are leaving half full or a third full because people can't get into kabul and then into the airport and you think about afghanistan being the size of texas. So yes if you were at one of the foreign news bureaus inside kabul and you were able to get the airport. You get to the airport and you get out. Though that there's a number of other reporters everything who believe that they have ways to get to the airport and get out and or reporting from inside the perimeter if you will but still able to report if you're in the countryside of afghanistan in one of these fifteen thousand americans who's who's out there whether you are mich- arear contractor or whatever you were you a really in harm's way in a effectively the only thing protecting six thousand american soldiers on the ground and kabul the fifteen thousand americans around afghanistan is the goodwill of the taliban and those are those are some lousy people to have to rely on

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"15,000" Discussed on The Daily Dive

The Daily Dive

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"15,000" Discussed on The Daily Dive

"Us defense officials expected that afghanistan's capital could fall to the taliban ninety days after troops withdrew from the area. But it took less than ten days. How are they able to take over so quickly. A number of factors contributed including intelligence failures a lack of will to fight by the afghan forces. Corruption and money. Amanda messiahs national security reporter at cnbc joins us for how afghanistan fell so fast next speaking on the taliban takeover of afghanistan's capital president biden acknowledge. That things unfolded quicker than they expected but also said that he stood squarely behind his decision to pull troops out of the area. What are the next steps for. Us policy toward afghanistan. And did we learn anything from intelligence failures on the ground doctor. Tom copeland author of twice intelligence. Failure and mass casualty terrorism joins us for more on the taliban takeover of afghanistan. Finally it's been a theme we've seen throughout the pandemic a reassessment of the work life balance according to the latest washington post all a third of workers under forty consider changing their careers or where they live during the pandemic scott clement. Only director at the washington post joins us for more. It's news without the north. Let's dive in. I stands squarely behind my decision. After twenty years. I've learned the hard way that there was never a good time you withdraw. Us forces joining us. Now is amanda messina's national security reporter at cnbc. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. We've been seeing a ton of stuff going down in afghanistan. But i wanted to take a step back and kind of get an overview of how we got here and how the taliban was able to take over afghanistan so quickly we've been there for about two decades of war. Six thousand american lives lost over one hundred thousand. Afghans have been killed and we spent about two trillion dollars. There and there was an assessment. Saying that maybe ninety days before afghanistan's capital could fall. It took less than ten days. So amanda help us walk through some of this. How did we get here right. It's just been breathtaking developments. The security situation has just completely devolved over the past couple of weeks you know. Ever since president biden announced in april that he wanted to fully withdraw all us troops shortly thereafter. Nato made the same assessment so once you saw the sort of exodus of foreign troops from afghanistan effectively ending america's longest war. You really did start to see the taliban slowly start to encircle and in the last two weeks i would say is when there was lightning round where they would capture provincial capitals one after another just kept falling and what was really striking. Was that a lot of times. The afghan defence force didn't really put up a fight. So what calls into question and what. The president reiterated again was that it doesn't make sense or the united states to again spend twenty years fighting a war after so much investment after so many lives lost if the afghan military wasn't willing to find a way to reunite the government and to figure out a way to move forward with their country. Tell them so easily able to capture these capitals as you mentioned. It didn't seem like there was much. Fight going on From afghanistan's leaders from the national army. What happened in that sense of it. If you at the actual stacking up these military's right. The afghan defence forces have long been supported by the united states as well as nato and the taliban does not have an air force right. They don't have fighter jets. They don't have the support from western government so it really does call into question. Why did this happen. And part of that is a little bit of the culture in that. The taliban are often sympathizers they live amongst the people. And i think after twenty years of war what you start to sort of assess is that they're tired. This is war weary country and despite having all of this assistance all of this training the backing of the united states government. It's just really staggering. It's it's really shocking. To see this. And i think this is something that despite what the pentagon will say and the state department said. They really didn't think that. The afghan forces would concede so quickly to the taliban you mentioned the afghan forces having so much more firepower in everything. Let's say but how is the taliban is a military fighting force. It seemed that they were much. More adept at all of this overtaking than the afghan forces were and makes you wonder if there just a complete reliance on foreign troops knowing that the united states you know had there for so long that nato had also offered up germany behind the united states is the second largest investor in the afghan government in the coalition fight against the taliban again either the afghan national defense. Moore's with caught flat-footed where they just conceited because they were worried that once the united states withdrew once they saw. Us troops pulling out. Once they saw their nato partners leave that they wouldn't be able to defend and hold all of the territory that had been gained in this twenty year war so it was very much a sink or swim moment. I would say for the afghan defence force biden in his speech very much placed a lot of the blame onto afghan government. And it's just it's just staggering. When you think of how much resources much time in training and lives went into setting up a partner and this was really an attempt to create a western democracy in afghanistan and i think we just saw what appears to be the apparent end of that with the talibans full takeover of afghanistan. You mentioned in your article on all of this. This cultural oblivious nece how little americans really understand afghanistan and you mentioned we wanted to push this kind of western democracy on them. But you know they're a country of different tribes languages ethnicities religious sects. It's completely different. There and us over here in america half. The people probably don't know or unwilling to know all that stuff Tell me a little bit about that. Started back at nine eleven right. I mean i was in middle school When this war began and it started in iraq right so just over the years we've seen. How many american presidents of Inherited this war and it just becomes to a point where it noise you know. We've got other pacing threats that are emerging. You have russia. You have china you add korea. I mean there's other parts of the globe That are hot points. And this been the consistent won this war in afghanistan and it starts to create this effect in which the american public's like well leaving afghanistan. Why are we in iraq so again. This is just something that people have grown up with. It doesn't seem to make any more sense. There's been so much bloodshed. There's been so much investment in. It comes to a point where the decision was made to withdraw. I don't think the chaos at the kabul airport was expected. I don't think that the lightning round of taliban advances and shocking battlefield reversals. Were expected but you do see this administration standing dead vast in its decision to leave the country and continue to leave the country. It's unclear what will come on the heels of this and what american support will look like and president biden said it himself when he spoke. He says he's not going to pass this along to another president. So yeah definitely a lot of stuff left still to be figured out with all of it. Amanda messina's national security reporter at nbc..

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"15,000" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"15,000" Discussed on KOMO

"To happen Sunday night. 15,000 fans at Madison Square Garden for playoff game between the Knicks and the Atlanta Hawks, way exactly the Garden and so long, so this is nice to get that energy back. It was the largest indoor event in New York State since the pandemic, ABC. Steve Olson saw me ABC is George Stephanopoulos spoke with Dr Richard Besser, the CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, about the news of these cases of heart inflammation, and people who've recently had the Copen 19 vaccine to me, it tells me the system is working. You know, there's a A an independent safety committee that reviews data every single week to look for any particular signals that They could raise concern. And so when they saw cases of Maya card itis, even though it's not more than they would normally see, they say, Let's investigate this. Make sure there's no connection because we do know that Meyer card ID's can occur, and it can occur following a viral infection, So the question they want to see is are. They think certain there's no connection here, and so far, there's no signals that they're saying. You raised that alarm. So what do you say to parents now who want to take a wait and see approach to the vaccine until the investigation's air done? Yeah, you know, I think every parent has to make their own decision as as a pediatrician. What I would say is, at this point, there's nothing to raise concern. This is telling me that the system is working. And we do know that covert infection itself can be very serious. We've lost hundreds of hundreds of Children. There have been thousands who've been hospitalized. Thousands who've developed an inflammatory syndrome. 11 of the pieces of that can be Meyer card itis. And so what I would say is, from my perspective, the risk of cove. It is so much greater than any theoretical risk from the vaccine. I would say, go ahead so we can get our lives back to what we want them to be. And Richard so clear now that the vaccines really have helped us turn this corner It's absolutely amazing. I have to pinch myself, George. Just the idea that there are three vaccines that are being used in the United States this soon after new infection. And the downturn is incredible. And with summer here I think it's going to continue. ABC is George Stephanopoulos, speaking with Dr Richard Besser, the.

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"15,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"15,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"15,000 New York Nursing home patients died from the virus. The New York Post reporting that Melissa Derosa secretary to the governor, told leading states Democrats during a video conference call the Cuomo administration withheld data of the nursing home deaths to avoid scrutiny by the Justice Department. New York Republican Party chairman Nick Langworthy, saying prosecution and impeachment discussions must begin right away. House Democrats have concluded two days of prosecuting their impeachment impeachment case against former President Trump lead impeachment manager representative Jamie Raskin, asking in his closing arguments and generate six. Why did President Trump would not at any point that day? Condemn the violent insurrection and the insurrectionists. The president's defense team has two days beginning today to present their case. Texas Senator Ted Cruz, one of the jurors, telling Fox News at night, there's no chance of the Senate conviction in two days in 16 hours of presenting their case they haven't come remotely close. To demonstrating that President Trump's conduct violated the law that it constituted. Incitement for votes in the Senate is expected early next week, a federal appeals court and then the U. S. Supreme Court blocking Alabama from lethal Lee injecting Willie B. Smith last night. For murder committed in 1991 court's ruling that a state ban on personal clergy in the death chamber good violate his rights to religious freedom. Just as Amy Cockney barrettes joining in the ruling to allow a lower court's injunction against the execution to stand, America is listening.

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"15,000" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"15,000" Discussed on WTOP

"More than 15,000 vaccine doses a day on average, CVS and Walgreens completed vaccination clinics in Maryland nursing homes. Now set their sights on assisted living centers. A fire in Gaithersburg, sending families out into the cold, with weather growing colder, But things could have been much worse and heroic Neighbor stepping in to rescue a grandfather, a grandmother and two Children. The fire erupted Saturday night All Sterling terrorists George to Torino lives across the street. He says He was playing video games when he noticed something strange. I look to the right And I was like, interesting. This looks like a fire. He says. He ran to the home to see if anyone was inside. He answered the door and then I told him like, Get out. Get across the street. You didn't respond. I assume because there was more people in the house. The Toronto says. He went inside the home and saw a woman struggling to escape. Dedicated one arm and she couldn't get the other one. And then I ran down the hall where she pointed that the kid was grabbed the kid. There were no injuries and the cause of the fire is still under investigation. Occasion James W. T. O P News and New tonight A man was rescued from the Metro tracks in Northeast D. C. Happen around 6 30 this evening near the Minnesota Avenue metro Station, DC fire Andy Messing. The man was on the tracks when they arrived. He wasn't hit by the train but was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay and still ahead. Frustrations growing about the vaccine roll out some people saying their appointments Canceled. 10 07. Your favorite things feel made for you. Your education should too. University of Maryland Global Campus, formerly University of Maryland University College was made to serve.

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"15,000" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"15,000" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Use radio 6 10 Wi OD buddy. A sunshine right now makes him with just a few clouds 62 pointing peach and 67 degrees right now In Miramar. It's 9 31 local police, the FBI, the National Guard, They're all bracing for the possibility of more trouble at the U. S Capitol next week. Cowboys for Trump Co founder Coid Griffin is certain that the 2020 presidential election was fraudulent. Posting from the capital on January 634 rest regal elections or this is what you're gonna get. He also makes no secret of his plan to return to Washington for the inauguration with two guns in his car. Believe we have a great day coming. I believe it's gonna come on January 20th. And it will be a day that will be historic for a country. He insists he didn't take part in the violence or vandalism on January 6th that is a B C's Jim Ryan reporting. Meanwhile, Washington is expected to be a little safer thanks to Florida National Guard troops on hand. 600 will be in Washington providing security for next week's inauguration. All told that the National Guard is sending 15,000 from across the country to D C ahead of next Wednesday's events. A lot of blame going around when it comes to the states, mishandling of the pandemic and the aftermath. Accountability starts with the leadership in state Senator Loran Books opinion the Pandemic Committee she sits on, We'll look at local officials who closed businesses. What how certain executive orders happened. What was the plan to distribute vaccines? I know that the Department of Economic Opportunity was not even this administration that really caused some of the massive failure. Lord is emergency management director blames the federal government for the slow vaccine distribution next week. Jackson Health System Hard Rock Stadium and Marlins. Parker scheduled to share just 22,000 doses for first time vaccinations. Miami Dade will get none for its county run sites. AIR CORRECT Biggest news radio 6 10 W. Y o D 222 new deaths reported yesterday here in Florida from covert 19, the most in a week. Department of Health, also announcing over 13,700 new cases and the positivity rate for new cases at over 8.5%. It's all coming up on 9 33. Israel is reportedly preparing a possible strike on Iran. Published reports in Israel say plans are in the works to conduct a strike on Iran's nuclear facilities, According to the report, Israeli military leaders have asked for plans to be drawn up for such a strike. The report comes after an ally of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel could attack Iran's nuclear program. If the United States rejoins the nuclear deal abandoned by President Trump. I'm Bill's M for Thousands of fast food employees across the U. S air going on strike as they seek higher minimum wage employees at McDonald's. Wendy's and other change will either stay home or walk off the job in about 15 cities today, some of them here in South Florida. They're demanding $15 an hour and the right to join a union. 9 34 coronavirus still impacting the MBA,.

"15,000" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"15,000" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"It's unlike anything else around. It appears you've done some things to really take fish oil well to a whole new level. I know how excited purity is about product. What is the Omega Three Super pill? And why is it such a breakthrough? Pack Purity products is one of the leading vitamin companies in America today. Certainly our line of fish oils literally sold millions and millions of bottles. Hundreds of thousands of Americans take our fish oils every day. Fish oil does so many incredible things for our health. One of the things basically the only major thing that fish oil does not do, at least has not yet been clinically shown to do is to lower cholesterol. And so tens of millions of people are concerned about their cholesterol. We just were bombarded by customers who said, You've got to do something to help us out with our cholesterol. So instead of selling them to different products, we kind of did the simple thing and said, You know what? Let's take these plant sterols that have been developed recently. A new brand of plants. They're all that we get from you. Europe with great clinical data to lower cholesterol by up to 15% of the little list. Four weeks we took that ingredient and we combined it with our pharmaceutical great fish. Oil added something called Coenzyme. Q. 10, another critical heart nutrients, and we've got a triple action formula here like no other. We call it the Omega three super pills. Jason, Let's break it down. Let's go through these different items. One of the time Omega threes all over the news. Big headlines, major research articles. Why are fish oil? So dog on hot these days? Well, 15,000 published studies on the role of omega threes and human nutrition, and it grows by the day just about Every single dimension of our health is now shown to be positively impacted by omega threes, basically everything but as I said, cholesterol, but it will manage. Tryg Lyssarides will support blood pressure. It will help keep your vein flexible and functioning well, it'll keep the blood flowing. It's great to maintain a healthy heart rhythm. Fish oil is now being shown to have an incredible role in cognitive functioning. We're talking about memory mood, brain aging infant development cell. The cell communication focused fish oils will enhance or increase performance in the brain actually been shown to increase gray matter, and it goes to work and only minutes when taken as a supplement. New study showing immediate benefit. But he's showing long term cognitive benefits. They're looking official oil and just about every area of health, joint health, weight management, prostate health skin health. The list goes on and on nine out of 10 of you out there right now are clinically deficient in f A Z F A's air called essential fatty acids and the two most essential fatty acids are the two that are found in fish oil. D H A and e P A purity is fish oil products have Three times more concentration of these two key fatty acids than standard fish oils. These air called pharmaceutical grade fish oils, meaning they're manufactured in one of only a handful of pharmaceutically licensed facilities Right out of Norway. They make the best fish oil in the world. 90% concentrations completely pure, no mercury issues. No fish taste, no fish shoulders. Nothing like that. Just the incredible concentrated D H A and EPA. And if you were deficient in those two key fatty acids, there's a long list of symptoms that you could suffer from fatigue. Poor memory poor immunity. Certainly poor skin health dry skin. Obviously, your cardiovascular health might be impaired very clear correlations now between mood problems and low blood levels of EPA and D H a circulatory concerns. All of these things or associate it with low omega three blood levels. Most of us don't need enough fish. Fish is really the only great source of these two compounds. Visual supplementation has now become the biggest category in the vitamin business because of all the benefits all the clinically proven benefits of the EPA, and th A purity is really taken a leading role because we feel we have the best product and now the best product combinations that deliver even better benefits for people. We're talking with Jason Cam, president of product development of Purity products about an exciting new product available exclusively through purity products called the Omega Three Super Pill. We've got a special offer today. A free bottle offer. Stay tuned. We're gonna be given out that phone number Jason. Let's get to Ingredient number two because this Omega three Super Pill does something that no other fish oil product can do. It actually lowers cholesterol. Talk about these plant sterols explain how this works and why it's so important, right? Well, I don't know anyone who isn't concerned about their cholesterol. If you have high cholesterol. Obviously you want to lower it if you have normal or healthy cholesterol. Obviously, you wanna maintain it well in the world of dietary supplements, there is one Compound, one ingredient that stands head and shoulders above anything else. They're called plants. They're all they have over 140 human clinical studies shown to significantly lower LDL cholesterol. And again, LDL is the bad cholesterol HDL, the good cholesterol and the studies of pretty dramatic. They show that in his little as a few weeks, four weeks you can see anywhere from 5 to 15% reduction. In your LDL level safely and naturally, absolutely no side effects very effective. They've known about plants. They're all since the 19 fifties, and they work via a very different mechanism than Staten drugs. So I won't tell people to stop taking statin drugs. We're not trying to position this is an alternative to Statens Statens works by preventing the production of cholesterol in the liver. Land sterols blocks the absorption of cholesterol in the intestines, plant sterols or similar structurally to the cholesterol molecules, and they basically confused little cells in your intestine called my feels into thinking that the plants they're all are actually the cholesterol particles so that my steals pick up the plant sterols instead of the cholesterol particles and the cholesterol particles instead, just get passed through your intestines. The point is, if you're on statins You can take plants. They're off as an addendum therapy to help control your cholesterol Studies actually have been done to show that they can amplify the benefits. And, of course, this particular product you get, obviously first off the full, clinically tested amount of the plants their roles to deliver the benefits as shown in the studies. That's something that's very important because a lot of products out there that you'll see that have plant sterols on the label. May only deliver a tiny fraction of what any study has ever shown. Any benefit for purity delivers the full amount that you need to get these benefits. Now, Jason let's talk about the third ingredient in the formula Coke, you 10, which is also becoming one of the more popular nutritional ingredients all over the world. Tell us about Coke, you 10 and why it's valuable for our health. What is it? What does it do? Well, Cokie Tennis found that everything will cell in your body. If they're from the moment your conceived till the moment you leave the earth Unfortunately, as you age, you lose coenzyme Q 10. So by the time you're in your senior years, you've only got about half assed much coke. You 10 as you did when you were about 20..

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