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"action agency" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:34 min | 6 months ago

"action agency" Discussed on WTOP

"Face high food prices but could help be on the way Founder of emergent risk international Meredith Wilson says any relief will most likely not be immediate It's a seemingly intractable problem right now because there isn't a short term solution on the horizon She says there are a few factors causing the high prices Underlying the inflation itself is the shortage of fertilizer certain food stuffs like wheat sunflower oil and oil and gas And she predicts that governments will start looking for ways to push those prices down But for now she says there's another issue on the horizon and it's linked to the rising food prices We've had a lot of unrest in the last couple of years So will we see an increase in that quite possibly Acacia Jane's WTO P news It's the beginning of national volunteer week a celebration of people who give their time to help their community It's also the deadline for filing federal taxes Both events impact one Maryland organization and significant ways A group of local volunteers speak many languages including Spanish Russian and French And their mission is to help low and moderate income residents in Montgomery county with free tax preparation services We really are in a position where we are able to serve the diverse community of residents who reside in Montgomery county Share and Strauss executive director of the Montgomery county community action agency says they have a variety of preparers They might do basic returns that are fairly simple with the W two Other people have advanced certification They can prepare people a very complicated return Stephanie gaines Bryant WTO news This is part of our continuing coverage of people making a difference in our community to find out more go to WTO P dot com Local Catholics gathered for Easter Sunday mass at the basilica of the national shrine of the immaculate conception in northeast D.C. It was an extra special celebration considering it's the first time in two years that they were able to gather without COVID restrictions Our partners at NBC four spoke with Monsignor Walter Rossi who was delighted to finally see the faces of church goers It is absolutely wonderful to have so many people here without masks We can see your face and we're happy to have everybody with us today Archbishop cardinal Gregory held the Easter vigil at the cathedral of saint Matthew the apostle It's three 13.

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"action agency" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 6 months ago

"action agency" Discussed on WTOP

"Your free estimate today It's 1210 dollar does not go far as it used to especially at the grocery store so when will prices start to drop The short answer is probably not immediately Founder of emergent risk international Meredith Wilson says shortages of fertilizer and certain food products like wheat and sunflower oil are a few factors driving up the price of food We also have supply chain issues as well But it's possible help could be on the way We will start to see governments trying to find ways to push those prices down As for now hide food prices could spark another issue There is always always going to be a link between unrest and food prices Today's date is truly significant to one organization It's the deadline for filing federal taxes and it's the beginning of national volunteer week a celebration of people who give their time to help their communities A group of volunteers in Montgomery county help low and moderate income residents get free tax preparation services Sharon Strauss is the executive director of the Montgomery county community action agency There is a real focus on helping our volunteers and the people that we serve to understand how they can access tax credits like the earned income tax credit Strauss says they're proud of their diverse volunteer workforce They are highly skilled They're very committed They speak Farsi Russian French Portuguese Spanish Stephanie gaines Bryant WTO news This is part.

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"action agency" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:44 min | 9 months ago

"action agency" Discussed on WTOP

"In manassas 44 metro center and 37 in Frederick Maryland brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences decks and pavers go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today It's 1111 repairs continue this morning on a major water main break in Bethesda Washington suburban sanitary commission says that break happened yesterday on Lyndon avenue near puke's hill road at about 7 a.m. The nearly 60 year old pipe has extensive damage according to SSC it will require about 6 feet of it to be replaced A water station has been set up at maplewood AltaVista park for customers who are without water still A spokesperson tells that so far 45 customers are affected and this includes a condo building nearby Repairs are expected to continue throughout the day into the evening Yearend crime figures show violent crime is up sharply in Montgomery county and that includes homicides and carjackings There was an 88% increase in homicides and a 72% increase in carjackings among Montgomery county last year We see approximately 1192 firearms last year Assistant police chief dinesh patil told the county council's public safety committee about guns recovered by police The majority of guns that we get off the street are stolen handgun Police say they're also seeing more and more so called ghost guns gun kits bought online and assembled in the home As for stolen cars police say many are used in violent crimes and many wind up in the district and prince George's county take giuliano TOP news The birchmere in Alexandria is one of the most historic clubs in America and you can read about its history in the new book all roads lead to the birch mirror We started working on it right before the pandemic but when Gary had to close the place down they asked had more time to talk with us So it really was kind of a hidden blessing in a way Author Stephen Moore co writes with Gary Olsen who founded the birchmere in 1966 We've done Johnny Cash or buckle ones or great Charles played his last date here a little richer got off of the road after he played here It's even hosted major political figures Al Gore used to live up the street One night he was leaving The White House Clinton said where are you going He's going to go to Bert smear to hear Jerry Jeff walker And he said Hillary and I'll go with you The four of them all showed up Jason finally WT opinion news A Maryland woman got a big surprise on national TV today PJ Craig of haber to grace thought she was going on today with hoda and Jenna for a trivia game Instead she was given a trip to Hawaii for her nonprofit work in the community Craig is the CEO of the Harvard community action agency and edgewood which helps people experiencing financial hardship She was honored as part of the show's winter wonderful segment which spotlights people who go above and beyond in their communities Congratulations Enjoy Hawaii That sounds great It's 1114 Hi I'm Patrick finkels owner a new look come design People ask me Patrick can I get a new roof in winter Allowing an old roof to sit unplaced through winter is not a good decision and unnecessary and new look we use a certified winter installation process that helps shingles bond on the coldest of days and it's the best time to buy Look when we make a big purchase we like to try to pay maybe half up front and the other half later to help ease the cost But that just spaces it out It's still cost the same Well a new look forget the half now Through January you pay half later and the other half Never Wow say 50% on all roofing materials and pay half later with interest free financing To schedule your in person or virtual estimate call 800.

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"action agency" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"action agency" Discussed on Here & Now

"Centers around the city distributed almost thirty six hundred bottles of water thousand pounds of ice. Were you ready for what was coming. Where we're never really ready for events like this because forewarning is often very short and time but our deployment was actually really good Given the short notice that we had you mentioned some deaths because of this heat. Tell me what you know about those. And how they have well in the neighboring town band oregon and it's a couple of hours east of here. They had a couple of deaths there that were believed to be related. Of course it's sometimes hard to discern what the actual situation was quickly. They're being investigated We had a farmer. Death in a small town called saint paul. Not far from here had six people that we interacted with alone homeless community that we arranged for medical transport because they were in a state of distress from the environmental conditions and then We have one report of one homeless individual living over here near the interstate. Who did pass away i. I'm a little bit hesitant to talk too much about that. Because i don't have all the details and in a lot of times homeless community information travels by word of mouth so sometimes the context is law. So i need to investigate that a little bit more before i can say with any degree of certainty. What happened there. Understanding how dangerous. The heat is when it descends on a place for several days in a row. Was there a sense of dread among people who didn't have shelter that this was coming and it was going to be bad. There was a sense of dread A lot of times people don't take it seriously until it until he gets to be a very dangerous situation so we saw a little bit of that People having some reticence to come into cooling centers we've been running cooling centers out here for about four years now and they are always undersubscribed. People generally don't come to them unless they are in a state of distress we Have a river runs through the middle of of salem and a lot of people go down to the river to To get into the water and get cool So that's always been one of the common coping. Mechanisms and strategies at the homeless population has when it comes to extreme weather events. You governor kate. Brown recently signed a bill that would require tracking the deaths of people who are homeless and it would have to be noted on the death certificate if they didn't have shelter at the time of their death. How important is a bill like that and what. What would it do to help situations like this. Well it's very important. And it's one that i worked on quite consistently There's just so much information out there that we don't have so much information that the public doesn't have about the consequences of living in these unsheltered environments and you know without that information. It's really easy to ignore this. It's real convenient to ignore this because information. Sort of compels action suggest responsibility and encourages people to do something about. This is just insufferable human condition. That people are quite frequently. Living in outside and i hope that it will lead to Better social service outcomes down the road. I'm hearing what you're telling me about the deaths that you've experienced there in your community about the heat wave that just came. You also mentioned the fires that have caused major problems in your area and they have across the west. They're just getting worse. Do you also worry about the way. a warming. Climate and climate change will be affecting people who are living without permanent shelter. Oh absolutely because generally when you look around the world at what. The consequences of global warming have been already populations that are being impacted. The most and i are the people in abject poverty and the people without adequate shelter that people without adequate medical care the people without the ability to Seek safe shelter and as our situation in the west is most of your listeners will know as just deteriorated in terms of the fires over the last twenty years it is getting to be a graver. Engraver concern every year. I was just in a meeting with the department of human services yesterday. We were having conversations about what our plans are going to be for the for the upcoming fire season. You know these kinds of events that we're talking about here edit on top of that. We can have very devastating consequences. I can tell you the kind of guy who cares about other people as much or more than yourself and it's been a pretty tough tough year for everybody. How are you holding up. I mean how are you doing well. We're doing okay. You know when you get into this work. There are a lot of different reactions to it. Some people care so much that after you see the cons of human suffering that we see on a fairly regular basis a lot of people just get burned out and they leave the work they leave the profession and they just can't take one more death they can't take one more tragedy they can't take one more story about the suffering that that people experience in these unsheltered conditions the other danger. Is you know you've lived through so much of a you. Become kind of callous to it. You struggled to defined empathy and and so to be able to stay in the long term. You have to find a balance between those two extremes to kind of keep going This is without a doubt been the most difficult year of all of our lives. Doing this work Between cove ed and a lot of a lot of our clients didn't end up getting the virus in oregon because impart we have so many unsheltered people living outside in perfectly socially distance environment but at the same time so many services got shut down and reduced access to medical care which more difficult we operate day centers and normal capacity in a day centers around eighty people. Well we had to drop that to tan at one point in time and eventually it came back up to twenty and twenty five and now thirty and now as of today The governor has ended the emergency order here in oregon and basically the state is reopened. So we'll get back to a one hundred percent capacity there but cove made everything so much harder but then on top of that. We had the labor day fires. We had this terrible ice storm and a fairly rough winter overall. And then just you know four months later where the sun is baking us off the surface of the earth so this has been a really challenging eighteen months without a doubt jimmy jones executive director of the mid willamette valley community action agency in salem oregon. hang in there and thank you very much for speaking with us. Thank you scraped. The ncwa is expected to approve a plan..

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"action agency" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"action agency" Discussed on Here & Now

"Lost the white house and of course of four years. If i were on their side. I don't want the guys far away from elections ospel. Jamal simmons is a democratic. Political strategist in. Makoviac is our republican. Thanks very much to both of you. Appreciate it The first podcast series to ever win a pulitzer prize. Npr's no compromise you dive into the political movement. That's driving extreme gun rights activism and more. I'm chris axle. And i'm lisa hagen. Listen wherever you get your podcasts. And let's get an update now on the conflict into guy that remote region in ethiopia in the horn of africa. Where rebels have been fighting government forces in a civil war. The fighting started last november. After prime minister abi off met the nobel peace prize winner moved to marginalize the terai liberation front the rebels thousands have died and there's a growing humanitarian crisis in the region. The bbc's calcutta new batali joins us now. He's on skype from ethiopia's capital asaba. Calgon start us off. What do we know about the situation into gripe today yes after eight minutes or fighting and humanitarian crisis in the past sweet as there seemed to be a dramatic turn of events. One each dot. The rebel forces have recaptured the state's capital mckelway and also other cities in the region in the area This is one and the other one is the government here in the capital has declared a unilateral ceasefire for months at have been rejecting calls from the from the international community to for the suspicion facilities and for the ending of this conflict and now they said in light of an approaching rainy season which could impact farmers living in those areas have decided to declare a unilateral ceasefire. It's not clear if the rebels have accepted the ceasefire and whether this marks the end of the the beginning of the end for the for the conflict to remind people prime minister off met won the peace prize for his work to end the civil war with neighbouring eritrea but he and eritrea are on the same side in this conflict. Can you just very briefly in. Maybe just one sentence for each side. What does each side saying about the other side. What does each side claiming the government which is backed by as you said. They returned troops. Say scott the rebel forces the forces are working to destabilize the country because they have lost their dominance start. They had for sweden kids why the rebel forces are accusing the prime minister of attempting to stay in power illegally unconstitutionally to maintain his power. We see ethiopians in the diaspora people living here in the united states constantly having protests trying to raise awareness about this and the thousands of people who are affected by beyond the deaths. The us is warning that nearly a million people face famine conditions But as we understand it roads are block. Groups can't get in aid groups yes. There are some areas dot are easily accessible by aid agencies in there providing aids and the government is also saying that they are providing seventy percent of all the aid stutter or day that's delivered so far But you know this is the nountainous area. On a radio area that witnessed continuous fighting for eight months and particularly those remote areas that have seen continuous fighting they were they were accessible by agencies which means hundreds of thousands of people according the crossfire retracting. Those areas are an immediate thunder in immediate danger. Because you know they're not aid is not reaching to them so the us and the un and other european countries are warning that unless there is immediate and drastic measures to restore people. Things could go from that to worse. That's dvd's calcutta don evil. Hell speaking with us from addis ababa. Calgon thank you so much. Thanks for being. It is a little cooler today in oregon and washington state. Thank goodness after a heat. Dome baked the pacific northwest with triple digit temperatures for several days in a row. Now as many as a dozen deaths may be tied to that heat and those death worry people who organized support services for the homeless community including jimmy jones. He's executive director of the mid willamette valley community action agency in salem oregon as team has been out distributing water and arranging medical transports people who've been living outside jimmy. Welcome thank you peter. It's good to be here salem. Hit one hundred and seventeen degrees on monday first of all. Just what was that like. Have you ever felt anything like it before. Well this particular area where you have an average high temperature of about eighty one eighty two degrees and this time of june it was very shocking event and especially since you know so many Folks in pacific northwestern have air conditioning. Like how sows and the rest of the country. So this was a was a devastating event for a lot of people who aren't used to this kind of heat in fact it is dangerous right. I mean the national weather service said that it's now the highest recorded temperature west of the cascades in the pacific northwest. How did your community experience that heat so it was a very difficult moment and a lot of different ways Kind of turn back the clock a little bit. We've been through a series of just really trying moments over the course of the last eighteen months Like everyone else. We've been dealing with the covy crisis here in oregon but you know in addition to that we had in our community here in marion county. We had the labor day fires over an early september which devastated eastern marion county especially the santiago canyon area and then in february just four months ago. We had the worst ice storm in living memory for everyone. Seventy percent of marion county lost power for up to a week and many of our homeless population here are chronically homeless. They've been homeless for quite some time. They have associated disabling conditions quite frequently physical health conditions. And you. we've just been through this year which we've had an enormous number of people pass away some passed away outside some passed away Because he got struck by vehicles some passed away from drug overdoses. Some passed away from medical conditions in the hospital. We lost about thirty in the last year. Which is about twice the normal number of folks that we lose so adding this moment on top of all of those was incredibly difficult for our community folks are reticent to come and to to cooling centers. They don't wanna leave their encampments because they're afraid that their property may be stolen or someone may tear up their tent So you know they tend to wait a little bit too long sometimes and we had quite a few heat related Medical problems We was so people passed away in a neighboring community so it sounds like this was just the latest in a string of a very difficult Things that have happened to your community there. But how how did you prepare. You know..

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"action agency" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"action agency" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"The two to bring them to life at a vfx dot com slash events. From NPR and W bur. I'm Robin Young and I'm Peter rode out. This is here and now it is a little cooler today in Oregon and Washington State. Thank goodness after a heat dome baked the Pacific northwest with triple digit temperatures for several days in a row. Now, as many as a dozen deaths may be tied to that heat. And those death worry people who organize support services for the homeless community, including Jimmy Jones, He's executive director of the Mid Willamette Valley Community Action Agency in Salem, Oregon. His team has been out distributing water and arranging medical transports for people who've been living outside. Jimmy welcome. Thank you, Peter. It's good to be here. Asylum hit 117 degrees on Monday. First of all, just what was that, like? Have you ever felt anything like it before? Well, for this particular area where you have an average high temperature of about 81 82 degrees in this time of June. It was very shocking event, and especially since you know so many folks in the Pacific Northwest, er not have air conditioning like households and the rest of the country. So this was a was a devastating event for a lot of people who aren't used to this kind of heat. In fact, it is dangerous, right? I mean, the National Weather Service said that it's now the highest recorded temperature west of the Cascades in the Pacific Northwest. How did your community Experience that heat, so it was a very difficult moment in a lot of different ways. They kind of turned back the clock a little bit. We've been through a series of just really trying moments over the course of the last 18 months,.

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Mark Levin's First Introduction to Saul D. Alinsky 'Rules for Radicals'

Mark Levin

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Mark Levin's First Introduction to Saul D. Alinsky 'Rules for Radicals'

"It was 23. I don't remember. And, uh, Began an agency called the Action Agency, which no longer exists. And it was run by a great Patriot by the name of Tom parking out of Dallas, Texas. Long story short I was his Don't know. Chief of Staff Executive assistant. Whatever you wanna call it. And I was the first one in the building. During the transition. And, ironically enough was a building right off Lafayette Square doesn't exist anymore. They knocked it down and build a new building. Just as well. There are a lot of cockroaches there. In all forms. So I'm going through various data and statistics and looking at computers such as they were back then, but anyway Then I come across these big boxes. I mean, they were big. And they had thousands of copies of this red and white paperback book. Called Rules for radicals. By Saul Alinsky. And I'm relatively intelligent. I'm in there and see what the hell is this? No. Linskey was a Communist. I didn't know much else about him. Excuse me. Community activist out of Chicago. And I found these boxes in the Vista office Volunteers in service to America. Remember that part of the great society? And I said, look more and more into it and spoke to various people. I found out that you the taxpayer, we're paying enormous sums of money. To purchase this paperback book. And circulated in mass. In our inner cities. I said, Well, this sure as hell explains things in Philadelphia, where I Mostly familiar. It was the street brothers that was their name. And very radical. And In some ways, very violent.

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"action agency" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"action agency" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Our top story. Oregon's economy continues to ADD jobs 11 90 K X is Brian Ford reports hiring this load in the one sector that lost most of the jobs they're growing economy has businesses hiring Oregon employers added 6900 jobs to nonfarm payrolls in bay and the unemployment rate was unchanged. At 5.9%, Oregon Employment Department economists Carol Common Our says the state is still making up lost ground from the pandemic recession. Oregon has added back 62% of the jobs that were lost in the spring. 2020 hiring has slowed in the restaurant and hotel sector, which is 46,000 jobs behind pre pandemic levels. Oregon's eviction moratorium in June 30th and there are concerns a wave of evictions will sweep across the state. Jimmy Jones, with the mid Willamette Valley Community Action Agency tells K. Too many Oregonians won't be able to pay their rent in July. We have sort of a perfect storm booming An addiction freight train is mooring down the track. 13% of Oregon. Renters weren't up to date on their payments of May the state is urging renders to seek out meant assistant programs if they need help. Tri met. Bus driver who was shot last month by a stray bullet is recovering, Dale Tozer said. At first he thought it was an explosion because the windows shattered. Then he realized he'd been shot pulled the bus over and asked the passengers to leave, but a woman returned. You got back on the bus and sat down beside me and Said. If you don't mind, I'd like to sit with you until the police get here. The woman left without leaving her name, and he doesn't know who she was. But he's thankful for her help glass hit toasters I but didn't cause any permanent injury. The bullet hit his upper shoulder, which is expected to heal. Police say the bullet came from several blocks away. They don't have a lead on a suspect. Crimestoppers is offering a 25 $100 reward for any information leading to an arrest. That's a look at the latest news on Phillip Nash. NewsRadio 11 90 K E X. For many summer is the times you.

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"action agency" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"action agency" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"But in maybe if you're attending to is it easier to work with the mom and pop or a bigger company and you know the bigger ones that don't literally thousands of properties to manage properties. Little. It's usually easier once in a sense to work with mom and pop, because companies typically gonna have imagined team off when you run out of chain of command, get a process of vs. You know, Mom public, okay, I could make the decision cause I'm the owner of it and great. You need some help on this. I understand, you know, let's work through this on and that's really where we're at. As far as you know, with the pandemic with people who are you know, either, you know, trying to reside in place or have lost their housing. We've gotta work together on this and you know you gotta communicate. That's an absolutely essential aspect to it so encouraged the property owners and the residents to make sure communicating one of things that's out there right now. We have it on our apartment Association website is the application under our covert resource is people can go there and look at it and pull it down. Fill it out. It's the application to get funds again. The cares funds had been set to expire at the end of December. Those air now set to expended they were extended to December. Of 2021. So there's time to fuse those funds. There's still some available community action agency Jfs. They have fun. Save Mrs Paulson, these different agencies that are out there, you know, Apply. Get the funds get in line for him. If nothing else has put you in mind for the fund that come out in February, and maybe even more funds coming out after that, so That that's best encouraging. We can give people got it. Charlie Tassel with the greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky apartment Association. Appreciate the time, buddy. Thanks. Be well. All right. There you go. Yeah, Yeah. Typically, that's how it is in Cincinnati, and so we got a lot more mom and pops here. I mean, I'm part of that, too, as well. Very small, But, um, you know, tend to know the residents and take care of what stuff breaks get it fixed. You know, I would make sure that Would take care if I were living there the same way and we expect tenants to do that. But, you know, part of bigger company. It's a little hard to the have that hands on kind of thing. But the fact the matter remains. Regardless, $70 billion is what's owed in back rent nationally. How is that sustainable? You know, we're talking about rental assistance and relief and all the stuff. Um And, you know, just delaying the inevitable here now. Yeah, I guess if there's you know, they weren't about worry about in elections and I'm sorry. Conviction Tsunami, right Where? Hey, If we let this expire, we're gonna have all these people. There's lot experts say what? We probably won't see that what you'll see certainly is a spike because what happens is once the I guess A green flag goes up goes down and you know you're gonna have to pick people from on payment. Yeah, there's gonna be a spike in there, too, because there's And people for well since March, almost a year now that head eviction hanging over their head, and certainly that's going to happen, but it's it's I think it's gonna be kind of just a statistical blip because it's a backup, right? It's like it's like the The toothpaste tube jammed up at the top. He cleaned up comes out. You're probably gonna have that for a while. But, um, you know, something's clearly got to be done. So I like the idea that there's going to be relief for landlords here for small mom and pop and I know a bunch of them myself included someone Some people I know are like my God, we're literally Um, it's hand mouth right now, because so many of our tenants are in default. We have no recourse because we have two Peller Bill, So that's some good news coming out there soon. Hopefully anyway, let me get a time out in. We'll return to Uncle Covert stuff can bruise on the whale toad he has coming up on the snowy Thursday. Marcela a soon to be Thursday morning. Starting tomorrow because today is Wednesday. See, that's how it works it Wednesday Thursday. I think there's a rumor going around the day after that Friday, I could be wrong..

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"action agency" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"action agency" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"37 in Natick 39 in Bridgewater 41 in Gloucester. And in Boston, it's partly cloudy and 41 degrees Well. Johnson and Johnson today is filed for emergency use authorization of its single dose covert vaccine. They claim it's 100% effective at preventing hospitalizations and deaths. FDA planning to review the data and hold a public hearing February 26, which could mean the first shots, possibly going into the arms of Americans as soon as March, 1st The U. S government expecting 100 million doses to be gradually shipped out by the end of June. Johnson and Johnson would be the third vaccine added to America's Arsenal, joining Fizer and Madonna. And that report from ABC Switch Johnson. Meantime, here in Massachusetts, some parents with immuno compromised kids are asking the governor toe let them get the covert vaccine. Woman from Sudbury, Kim Napoli tells WBZ TV She's worried that eventually she'll give the virus to her daughter who's been diagnosed with leukemia. Governor Baker in response, says he's been talking about the possibility of this with people over the idea. Department of Public Health. 706 at his tax season, of course and north of Boston in Lynn Ah Community Action Agency is helping people with those taxes for free. It's called the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program, and it's run out of a Lynn based community action agency called Leo. What did they do? Except Hopeful that makes $56,000 or less than a year. You know, prepare and file their home in state income tax. What screen Liza McFadden with Leo tells me this is the third year they've provided the service and they're seeing a big uptick in interest this year, in part because so many people have been impacted economically by the pandemic. Carl Steven stop BBC. Boston's news radio and a rep from West Boylston is pushing for a constitutional amendment that would increase income taxes on the wealthy state. Rep. Jim O'Day said he wants lawmakers to vote this spring to put the measure on the 2022 ballot. Now the Legislature first voted in favor of advancing the measure back in 2019, but in order to get it on the ballot in 2022, lawmakers have to vote on consecutive sessions to make that happen. Day says he's spoken with Speaker Ron Mariano about this, and he says he plans to refile that proposal very soon. Ari, speaking of cash time for Bloomberg business at seven await Here's Andrew Day with the CBC and Dr Fauci saying, We should skip Super Bowl parties and watch the game in our own bubbles At home. The number of people ordering in could be unprecedented. Annelise tell Bloomberg the potential exists for record single day sales in the pizza and Chicken wings businesses come Sunday. Switching sports metaphors. The biggest economic report of every month was a swing and a miss this time Labor Department's measure of January job creation came in at plus 49,000 jobs, fewer than half the total widely forecast but socks roses, traders bet the weak job numbers support the case for greater stimulus. Now, where was 92 NASDAQ up 79 s and P up 15 and rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's news radio..

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"action agency" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"action agency" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"Oh Canada that pretty brave of me to say that to sing on Arab done before was very very very brave Canada says no no no with the Romaine from California that it must be tested for E coli before before they'll take it and why why you say because from 2016 to 2019 as we all know Romaine from California was linked to outbreaks in Us in the US and Canada and investigators identified that the Salinas Valley wow mosul, really? Oh beautiful Salinas Valley was the growing region of that was the source of this recurring these recurring outbreaks, but I think it was um, so wasn't all on California know but they've but Canada cfia the Canadian food and since Action Agency that right Yes right here in my house, California food inspection agency Canadian food. Oh my God Canadian inspection agency. They're not they're not blocking Yuma they're blocking Salinas. So until from there doing that from October 7th.

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"action agency" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"action agency" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Station. I'm nine first warning meteorologist Jennifer Catch Mark News Radio 700 wlw 71 degrees right now that extra $600 a week from the government for Americans out of work. May not be returning, GOP official familiar with the matter tells ABC News. An extension of federal unemployment insurance will not be a part of the next Corona virus economic stimulus package. Some lawmakers have argued the $600 per week in addition to state aid is too much Republican Ohio Senator Rob Portman that is resulting in 60 to 70% of people who run unemployment. Suren CE Getting more on you I then they're making it work. And that's not something that Democrats or Republicans should want. Democrats Republicans are wasting precious time is those benefits that 25 million Americans are receiving are set to expire this weekend. Little Boy EES ABC News Renters and Hamilton County can get financial help to help keep their homes. The county awarded 3.5 $1,000,000 to the free store, Food Bank, the Talbert House and the Community Action Agency yesterday. Those three agencies will help families who lost income during the pandemic with money from the federal Cares Act. The baseball season does get underway today. Just not for the Reds. They have the day off today after beating the Tigers an exhibition play last night to toe Wanna G A B P opening day in Cincinnati is tomorrow. It's the Reds and Tigers at 6 10 Sonny Gray gets the ball for Cincinnati. FC Cincinnati, meanwhile, has advanced to the knockout round of the MLS is back tournament. They beat the New York Red Bulls last night to mill It's now win or go home. Our next update at nine o'clock, Rick you Gino News Radio 700 wlw Fentanyl is a synthetic drug you cannot see taste or smell. Yet so powerful..

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"action agency" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"action agency" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Motor Vehicles offices having computer problems today, it may well be a statewide issue that's affecting the ability to generate licenses and ideas. We're getting word that it has been going on since late this morning at various register offices again, the computer problems may well be affecting Every deputy registrar office statewide having a hard time getting a license in these computer problems as they continue. Corona virus cases in Hamilton County are up nearly 850 over last week, County leaders say that appears to represent a plateau Commission President Denise three houses attributing that tomb or people wearing masks. The county today did announce more help for people to pay their rents. Hamilton County is providing 3.5 $1,000,000 in rent and utility relief to families that lost income because of the pandemic. Assistance will allow families to stay in their homes and avoid addiction County Commission president in East Rehouse says they expect to help more than 1200 households, the county will pay up to three months rent and utility payments with a maximum of $2500 for households. At or below 80% of the area. Medium income. The money from the Federal Cares Act will be distributed by the Talbert House Community Action Agency and the Free store. I'm Matt Reese. News Radio 700 WLW. Meantime, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is warning about the looming expiration of the enhanced unemployment benefits people have been seeing. Since the pandemic began, People are ready to lose their unemployment benefits, TTO lose their apartments and be evicted those benefits set to run out at the end of the month. Speaking on the Senate floor, Schumer said that Republicans are tied up in knots over another Corona virus. Stimulus bill, The Senate majority leader, has been pushing ahead on a new financial aid package. However, majority Republicans in the Senate have been divided over a bill that could cost a trillion dollars on Wall Street right now, the Dow is up 48 points. The NASDAQ is down 16. The S and P is up six. I'm Jack.

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"action agency" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"action agency" Discussed on WTOP

"Increases the pressure on public schools to open in the fall with Corona virus cases now topping three million in this country in New York City, wants the epicenter. Mayor Bill de Blasio plans to open schools, with students getting 1 to 3 days a week in classrooms. Our parents have spoken clearly. The D. O E didn't extraordinary survey of parents for 100,000 responses. 75% of our parents said they want their kids back in the school buildings, getting the very best education. I'm Stephen Portnoy in Washington. The president called CDC guidance for school's tough, expensive and very impractical. Openly saying he disagrees with the experts on how to reduce the spread of the virus. Mr Trump tweets. He'll be meeting with the CDC, and he also suggests he'll seek to cut funding to schools if they don't open in the fall. The Harvard and M I T have filed suit challenging the Trump Administration's moved to force international students to leave the U. S. If classes at their schools are online on Lee because of U S. Supreme Court has upheld administration rules allowing some employers to opt out of free contraceptive coverage legal analyst Laurie Levinson This decision is likely to have an impact on tens of thousands or more. Of women who are seeking contraceptive care from their employer. Under this exception If the employer says we have a moral religious objection they're not required to provide. The court also sighted with two Catholic schools in an employment discrimination suit. Lieutenant Colonel Alexander of Inman is retiring from the military. CBS's Cami McCormick says he was a key witness in the House impeachment hearings, a statement from his lawyer said. Lieutenant Colonel Alexander of Inman always said his military career would be limited. But they say, do Devyn men being thrust into the spotlight. There was a campaign of bullying intimidation. And retaliation against him. His patriotism they say, cost him his career. He was never promoted to Colonel Vin been served 21 years in the U. S Army, not a California. Oh, my tech CEO has apologized for that profane rant aimed at an Asian American family at a restaurant. Michael Lofthouse runs the solid eight company. The target of the abuse was celebrating a birthday shot. I didn't want to do anything Tio do jeopardize the safety of my family or people in the restaurant. Founded in 18 18 Brooks Brothers is going to bankruptcy court in 2020 the famed maker of men suits have been making masks for health care workers along the way. Right now, the Dow is up 11 points. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from w T o p 24 73 65. Listen on air on Alexa and on the w T o p AP Each 12 03 Wednesday, July 8th, 2020 86 partly cloudy headed to the low nineties. On. Good afternoon. I'm Deborah Feinstein. The top local stories we're following this hour with 118 days until the November general election. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has just announced his recommendations on how to conduct voting in the state. Hogan says he wants Maryland to follow existing law with some enhanced options in light of the covert 19 pandemic. He says early voting centers and polling locations should be open on election day. And for those who want to vote in person, and he says TheStreet Board of Elections should send absentee ballot request applications to every eligible Maryland voter who might want to vote by mail. Republican election officials had supported that application process for absentee ballots. Democratic election officials had wanted absentee ballots to just be automatically sent to voters. Governor. Hogan says the state will also encourage employees to help supplement election staffing needs and provide any necessary personal protective equipment. Since the death of George Floyd police reform has been a major priority for some departments, and now the community's weighing in on a bill that's being considered in Montgomery County. I look forward to the day when all residents of this community can wake up, be confident that they will have no interaction with police Officer Michael Rubin was among the community members who showed support for the Use of force bill, which is also supported by the council. The bill would require the Montgomery County police chief to write a new policy with certain requirements, like limiting the use of deadly force and neck. Chris treats unless there's an eminent threat of death or serious bodily injury Zelda way for a long day with the Community Action agency spoke in support of the bill and asked for additional resource is the capital of funding for higher mental health professionals. Resident police intervention. The bill will go to the Public Safety Committee for consideration tomorrow. Melissa how is when a person has a mental health crisis and could hurt themselves or someone else who should be called? Supporters of the Montgomery County bill say it should not be police..

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"action agency" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"action agency" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"K. Y. dot gov so that is team K. Y. fund dot K. Y. dot gov so the first question is who qualifies and the folks who qualify for getting funds from the team Kentucky founder folks you've experienced a loss of employment due to code it or a reduction of their income of fifty percent or more due to cope at nineteen so that can be a that can be cut in hours or cut in wages due to the covert outbreak the assistance will be provided in the form of vouchers and those vouchers can be used to pay for rent mortgage electricity gas water food and groceries there is a limit of up to one thousand dollars per household of these vouchers to be used how will the funds be distributed as mentioned before we have partnered with the community action Kentucky and the community action agencies have an office in every single Kentucky county and they will help us distribute those funds that are available and that will be done through their statewide network these are this is the work that that community action RT does every day we are helping back and supporting these at these funds what long term services can applicants get with community action of Kentucky and I think this is a very important point yes the teen Kentucky fund exists to help folks have been hit hard by the code nineteen pandemic in the immediate future but this partnership is able to provide so much more for Kentuckians and our families because once you have connected with the community action Kentucky you have access to all kinds of resources at that point alchemy actually can help you to find a job if by chance you lost your job due to cove it they can help provide transportation for you and secure affordable housing they can help lower your energy costs and provide support for seniors and food security even early childhood services parenting classes health screenings and nutritional programs so the team Kentucky fund is inter goal today but our partnership with community action will continue to pay dividends for folks down the road because of the generosity of teen Kentucky we currently have over three million dollars in the teen Kentucky found this money will go directly to every Kentucky and that had that applies it is.

"action agency" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

14:19 min | 2 years ago

"action agency" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Hey to stuff to blow your mind my name is Robert Land and dime Jim McCormick and Robert. I WANNA put you in a scenario a bit seasonal. Oh Yeah at the seasonal halloween scenario. Do you WanNa go with me on a hike. It's going to hike all right. It's late October. And you are on a solitary fall hike through the woods and the leaves are starting to turn orange and red. The air is dry and you feel like an adventure so you head off trail okay not always a good idea but let's just say you're brave if this is how all terrible stories start all tragedies began you leave the trail. Well it starts very nice. So you're off trail and you find a little mountain brook and it's twisting among the rocks and you decide. Oh how sweet I'm GonNA follow this upstream. Maybe you'll find it source and on the way you come across a cluster of what looked like oak trees. Thick trunks with roots spread out exposed over the Bank of the Brooke. And there's an odd smell. It's a little bit sweet. With just a hint of deep earth nece kind of like overripe fruit so you approach the stand of trees and the ground is covered with a mad of these beautifully colored fallen leaves and as you come near the trunk of the nearest tree your foot knocks against a smooth stone tangled in the outer routes. But wait a second. That's knowstone it's smooth and white partially buried with two shaped hollows and then suddenly with a rushing sound scattering of leaves up into the air. Something envelopes you. The light gets blotted out. You feel these wooden fibers pressing into your skin from all sides. What's going on you struggled for yourself but you find that. You're becoming sluggish disoriented. There's a powerful smell your throat burns. And then the digestive enzymes come another visitor disappears into the Grove of the killer tree. I knew it was a killer tree. Once the the digestive enzymes in the started happening because my first instinct would be something was in the tree. I got myself tangled and then something was in the tree in a jump down upon me some sort of Predator of sort. I guess that's the more logical thing to think right. Yeah at least until the wood comes for that. Somebody is set some kind of trap for you. This is of human design. That's probably what I would guess But Robert Will. What first comes to your mind when I say killer. I'm sure you've got like a fictional anchor point you go to. Oh I mean there's so many there's so many examples of killer trees in especially in fantasy right. I mean it makes you think of the events or especially like the dark sort of tree people from dungeons and dragons. I'm not really familiar with those well. What happens when you fight a tree person? Well they're big there wouldn't there I think there are a few different varieties. There could basically you know they are animate trees and then there's sort of wooden people in there good good ones and bad ones. Of course the the Swing County and Lord of the rings are are are could so when you're battling a tree person do you like do you have to have a Paladin with the blessed wood chipper or something. I don't recall there. Being a requirement for magical weapons Christina some creatures can only be natural weapons but with with magical weapons but I believe that the tree creatures in this case are just big tough trees. Because that's the thing they're they're they're they're large they're flesh is different than us. So the idea of them becoming an amount. The idea of turning against this is terrifying and they do turn against I mean we live in a very tricky friendly city so anytime the wind blows anytime the anytime. The rain freezes the trees rattle and threaten US safe all they can cause significant damage even loss of life. There is a killer tree hanging over our house right now. Rachel are working on getting something done about that. But yeah it's this whole dead Pecan tree just looks like it is aching to plunge. It's killer branches through somebody's roof. And so yeah they're they're of course Killer treason reality but the kind. We're thinking of the ones that are a little more conscious with some directed. Action Agency. Maybe some arms some tentacles some gaping maw with thorn teeth one of the big ones and this went entered my mind when you were take me through the description of course in poltergeist. There's that this horrifying seeing that scarred me from an early age where you have multiple things going on at once. Like there's the creepy clown doll on the bed. But then there's the tree outside the window. It's like trying to eat the child man so I haven't seen poltergeist in years. I honestly don't remember this scene. One of many they throw a lot of nightmare imagery of against the wall and fair amount of it sticks. So I gotTa tell you this episode. I wanted to do this topic because I was inspired by having recently watched the William Freakin horror movie. The Guardian from nineteen ninety for the first time. I remember the trailer for this is like a creepy babysitter creepy nanny. I ever saw it so I don't know what the what the Gimmick is well. I'll give you the premise. It's about a couple who has a baby and they're looking for a nanny because They both want to go right back to work immediately. So they're looking for a nanny to take care of their child and they ended up going with Camilla the British nanny who unfortunately is a druid. Who's got a tree friend and her tree friend is a killer tree friend and she likes to take babies to the tree. Sacrifice them to the tree. Except it's this weird thing where the tree sort of absorbs the baby. And then you can see the baby's face embedded in the surface of the trees. So I guess the baby kind of melts into the tree and becomes petrified. Anyway she she's an evil. Druid KIDNAPS BABIES SACRIFICES THEM to kill tree there scenes where the tree kills people. There's like Camilla gets attacked in the woods by some by some creeps. Who just happened to be hanging out in the woods. And the tree defends her by essentially smashing them and tearing them up. So when you say this is part of the druids flotation movement of the nineteen ninety. Th Man if only there was such a Sean I would be over that I would be like a film scholar honor but anyway. So Do I recommend this movie? It's not a good movie but as William Freakin. So it's like a well. Made bad movie makes any sense. He there's a there's a certain segment of his demography that that definitely fits that hungry. I always worth checking out if you're a fan of his but maybe not top show. I guess I'd say it's not good. But it's worth seeing especially since the spoiler alert. The climax of the film involves the chainsaw. Welcome of course it would. Of course there are plenty of other cinematic examples of animate trees murdering trees interest. Murderous plants aside from INS-. There's the I don't know if anyone remembers the sexy matron tree from the last Unicorn now the tree becomes animate and attempts to love our hero to death or one of our two years the male hero slick. I believe and sounds troubling issues like huge bosoms and all weird. It's it's a weird. It's a weird film when you look back on it strange elements Scott. Smith's novel the Ruins and the movie adaptation of concerns main eating vine. Yeah and they're sort of Infectious right so he's not just that the vines reach out and grab you but that there is a spore element where they contaminate you with some kind of plant germ cell. I think so. Yeah yeah which is interesting. We start getting into some of the technical possibilities of man eating plants. Let's see already mentioned poltergeists there. Of course the vines and evil dead that rather notorious. Yeah there are some mini implant action in one thousand nine hundred seventy Chinese ghost story which I have not seen yet I after reading a synopsis of part of it yesterday it's moved back up to the top of my unless watch list. You got the wapping willow in Harry Potter you. Have you have a version of the evil dead vines that are mentioned in the cabinet in the woods? The quote angry molesting tree which I think you only see like a just a fragment of it as it. Snatches a guard in one. St. Man Cabinet in. The Woods is full of just great little freeze frame moment. Oh yeah tune into their various Taizhou that giant monsters that have had plant elements to them and certainly planning with fungi elements to them. And I believe one of Michael Shays nipped stories features a carnivorous plant kind of like a Venus flytrap because it has like a humanoid female part in the middle to lure males inside it weird but I don't have a clear memory of that so maybe imagining it but it seems like the kind of fame it would be one of his stories now. Almost all of these seem like modern fictional inventions do are there are there. Animated trees animated predatory trees or plants. Going back in in mythology I would expect to find such a thing. I expected to find some better examples and I was not able to find any not to say that I did miss something but the close the closest example that I came across I got excited about this is is this example of something called Jidara and this is from the traditions and folk beliefs of the Middle East. But here's the caveat as related by medieval European travelers in this is a theme. We're GONNA see time and time again. Yep The plants become animate and man killing only in foreign environments injured by Westerners Right European and American travel writers and catalogers of things going on places other than Europe in America. In the America's talk about man eating plants in this case again is related by medieval European travelers and this was explained by Carol. Rose always excellent giants monsters and dragons encyclopedia the ideas this thing emerges from the ground like a plan and jittery the jitters. It's rooted in place and it just consumes anything in its vicinity. You know cattle small animals and of course humans the only way to kill it. Is that attach it from? Its roots centrally chop it down and if you do then you get to harvest its bones because I guess it has bones valuable. It has bones. Apparently that's according to the myth so I don't know if this means that it literally has bones that it's like a rooted mammal creature vertebrate creatures or if bones in by bones. We mean it's like which. Which would you know? You know that does valuable because you could probably use the bones of the jittery to make a totally Vegan stock right roast the bones and then make make like you'd make chicken or something but this would be vegan dependent depending on exactly how you classify a monster like this now. I should also add that. It's thought that this myth probably also derived from the mandrake okay so European influence idea of the mandrake which is kind of like animal vegetable hybrid creature. And then this kind of evolves into this tale of the Jitendra. Okay and I find it curious though you know. I looked around for more examples. Couldn't find it. I would have expected. Clinton the elder the noted a first century. Roman historian often spoke a foreign monstrosities to have a clear cut example of a man eating plant. A fine land. Oh yeah plenty of the elders like the Internet right like if you can think it up. It's on there and it. If you can imagine it plenty wrote about it. Yeah like like people in other lands the people with the bellies the mouth in them. All sorts of strange humanoid monstrosities veasley monstrosities dragons etc. So why no man eating plants now Robert. Did you ever see him? Nutshell Milan's the happening. I did not. I saw the trailer it happened. There was some happening and it happened and it was about trees that were trying to kill Mark Wahlberg. I have no idea why they WANNA do that. but it wasn't really predatory behavior. It was more like vindictive jerk behavior so the trees didn't want to eat us. They were like tired of us being abusive to them. So is even less. And less biologically sound yes. Then than any of these ample. We've looked at this far. So yeah obviously this idea of the killer tree. The man eating plant is one that captures our imagination very easily. And I think I've got a theory as to wile and let me know what you think of that. I think the reason we like the image of the killer tree and it shows up in all. These stories is because the idea of a man eating plant has a certain level of why not to it right. There are creatures in nature that kill large animals with claws and teeth and tentacles envenom and such and plants have things that are equivalent to this. They've got thorns. Vine tendrils poisons Trees are much larger than us and in one sense they are apt to be much quote stronger than any animal prey. That would try to resist them. So why not you know. If the continent of Australia can produce an animal that has the for of a mammal in the bill of a duck. Why couldn't some deep unexplored forest harbor a tree that can reach out with a vine covered in venomous thorns? And snatch a hiker. Wrap them up real tight until he turns blue and then pull him down into a crevice in the root structure and treat him like a soft salty meal. Yeah I agree I think on on one hand certainly we look at all the variety of nature. We see what's possible within nature and you ask yourself well. Why doesn't this exists? Maybe it does exist. Maybe some third or fourth hand tale that I've heard about a man. Eating plant is from travelers actually true and on the other hand. I think the reason. It's so appealing is because it's important. The idea that crossing category inherent taboo. Yeah because I find myself. Kinda like if I see an example of an insect. Preying on a on a vertebrate like invertebrates eating vertebrates. Yes kind of like. It's wrong when I got a frog in. Its well. Yeah it's like. You're not supposed to move in that direction. Stick to your your own invertebrate kind but of course it happens now. Of course I wouldn't actually blame the spider for that..

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"action agency" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:32 min | 3 years ago

"action agency" Discussed on KTOK

"So I have to have two sets of in three sets of informational two devices it gets tough but I do it live and national live in national you know socialism by in my other name is still socialism like Bernie Sanders calling is massive healthcare plan Medicare for all when it's not Medicare at all and doesn't work like Medicare and destroys Medicare and destroys all private health care that's what companies do and then there are guys like Chuck Grassley slow on the uptake Lou who don't embrace liberty the pretend they do Mr ethanol here's senator Chuck Grassley trying to do the same by calling his socialist price controls by another name last week I told you have the Grassley widen drug pricing bill when it opposition among free market Senate Republicans free market Republicans are objecting to the socialist price controls on the bill called inflationary caps that would allow the government to set prices on your drugs but instead of removing price controls from the bill Grassley wants to instead file an update to the bill simply changing inflationary caps to subsidy caps now the words to be more deceptive but giving price controls a new name does not change the fact that the Grassley Wyden bill still threatens access to the prescription drug seniors count on in the rest of us it'll destroy the investments needed to fund the research for the next generation of drug treatments and senator Grassley complete new new lipstick on a pig as they say but it's still a pig let me try differently you can put lipstick on a socialist but it's still a socialist right Mister minister maybe a transitioning socialist but none the less get the facts good a true health care facts not come true health care facts that come true health care facts dot com just a few minutes I want to mention something I want to mention someone when I went to the Reagan administration I was a very young man as twenty three years old thank god not a law school I spent a few months at Texas Instruments but I wanted to work for Ronald Reagan I'd campaign form and that's what I did the first thing I did is I went into a little agency called the action agency doesn't exist anymore the administrators name was Tom Pauken a great patriot Vietnam War vet conservative and another gentleman among many wonderful patriots who wound up over there under the Peace Corps which became was part of action but broke away I don't since nineteen seventy six when we both worked in the Reagan primary campaigns in Pennsylvania and his name Rick a bell A. B. E. L. L. when reggae bell was in college he was a Marxist anyone into the Peace Corps many years ago when he saw well Marxism doesn't work he became a rock rib patriotic conservative nobody more patriotic and he enlisted and went into the Vietnam War in was severely wounded many many operations and also suffered from mage Marge and then agent orange wood stick with him the rest of his life he would have these these little cancer spots that the dermatologist but constantly have to cut out of his body well it appears that you can get all of them Rick a bell was aragonite Vietnam vet decorated Vietnam vet combat wounded great patriot served in the Reagan administration wonderful family when I was a young pup I would go to his house frequently for dinner he and his beautiful wife Lucy and their kids Christian Rachel very very classy he did a lot of reading lottery there is also the kind of guy could really talk to like he would find no redemption in this lieutenant colonel Veneman he would be disgusted by and quite frankly any battle he battle college Republicans young Americans for freedom all that stuff he battled in Republican primaries for conservatives like I did you work very very closely together in the Reagan administration I remember one day as I've told you coming across boxes and boxes of boxes of books I don't even know who silent he was till I read rules for radicals in these books are being shipped out to the inner cities of America through Vester Vester they were being shipped out of with sees through the Peace Corps and that we were fighting the new left he was one of the great leaders in that battle so I got an email from last Thursday I'm talking a long time he said I've known you for forty three years seventy six Reagan Reagan administration there after he said I want you to know that cancer is racking my body my liver I lawns I can't walk anymore don't breathe very well need assistance to breeze I visited him on Saturday he and his beautiful family he was in his lazy boy chair and that's we had a sleep I need oxygen his legs were all swollen up he had chemo he was on this immunization no treatment that's relatively new them my father was on but it didn't do him any good apparently didn't do Rick any good either one less great.

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"action agency" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"action agency" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Just a few minutes I want to mention something I want to mention someone when I went to the Reagan administration I was a very young man as twenty three years old thank god not a law school I spent a few months at Texas Instruments but I wanted to work for Ronald Reagan I'd campaign form and that's what I did the first thing I did is I went into a little agency called the action agency doesn't exist anymore the administrators name was Tom Pauken a great patriot Vietnam War vet conservative and another gentleman among many wonderful patriots wound up over there under the Peace Corps which became was part of action but broke away I don't since nineteen seventy six when we both worked in the Reagan primary campaigns in Pennsylvania in his name Rick a bell A. B. E. L. L. when reggae bell was in college he was a Marxist anyone in the Peace Corps many years ago when he saw well Marxism doesn't work he became a rock rib patriotic conservative nobody more patriotic and he enlisted and went into the Vietnam War it was severely wounded many many operations and also suffered from age Marge that Agent Orange would stick with him the rest of his life he would have these these little cancer spots that the dermatologist but constantly have to cut out of his body well it appears that you can get a hold of Rick a bell was aragonite Vietnam vet decorated Vietnam vet combat wounded great patriot served in the Reagan administration wonderful family when I was a young pup I would go to his house frequently for dinner he and his beautiful wife Lucy and their kids Christian writer very very classy he did a lot of reading lottery there's also the kind of guy could really talk to like he would find no redemption in this lieutenant colonel than men he would be disgusted by and quite frankly any battle he battle college Republicans young Americans for freedom all that stuff he battled in Republican primaries for conservatives like I did you work very very closely together the Reagan administration I remember one day as I've told you coming across boxes and boxes of boxes of books I don't even know who silent he was tall I read rules for radicals in these books for being shipped out to the inner cities of America through investor Vester they're ripping shipped out of with sees through the Peace Corps and that we were fighting the new left he was one of the great leaders in that battle check in an email from last Thursday I'm talking a long time he said I've known you for forty three years seventy six Reagan Reagan administration thereafter he said I want you to know that cancer is racking my body my liver I lawns I can't walk anymore don't breathe very well need assistance to breeze I visited him on Saturday in his beautiful family he was in his lazy boy chair and that's where to sleep and yet oxygen his legs were all swollen up Pete had chemo he was on this immunization no treatment that's relatively new to them my father was on but it didn't do him any good apparently didn't do Rick any good either one less great patriot in this country's he passed.

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