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Ilan Berman Assesses the Western Response to Ukraine

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 6 hrs ago

Ilan Berman Assesses the Western Response to Ukraine

"Ilhan, we've talked about the danger of a landlocked Ukraine. Let's talk about our actions to date. I've said $40 billion worth of aid doesn't make a lot of sense in terms of cash to Kyiv, especially when it has line items for $7 billion for the State Department and undisclosed amount of money for the CIA. That doesn't look like a to Kyiv, having spoken to cramming knowledge with people who've worked in the Ukraine, what they need is what is zelensky's calling for, which is weapons, which is weaponry, ammunition, wheeled vehicles to move their troops and also training of their reserves in safe locales like the Baltics and Poland. Will you give us your assessment of the west on blocks response to this war in the last three months? Right. Well, I mean, there's a lot there to unpack. But listen, I think generally I'm positive on the western response. I do have some of the same misgivings as you, which is because our politics I may say charitably have become intolerably stupid. Not ours. America's not ours, America's politics. D.C.'s. There is this false equation that if you somehow question the line items in the $40 billion that you are not your put inside. Putin side or you're somehow not supportive enough of Ukraine. But the more nuanced argument is, I firmly believe sunlight is the best disinfectant. I want to see what's sort of what is allocated, whether it's actually going to be useful to Ukraine. And accountability. Absolutely. But can I just flip on that? That's stupid politics. There's also the flip side of that, that if you're pro as we are supporting what I see is Ukraine 1776. Suddenly you're an interventionist neocon. That's

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Fresh "Aids" from Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

01:35 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh "Aids" from Stephanie Miller

"Purdue to run against governor Brian Kemp because the former Secretary of State nixed his bid there to overturn the presidential election former vice president Mike Pence was in Georgia campaigning for Kemp No matter who wins they'll face off against Stacey Abrams The presumptive democratic nominee since she's running unopposed in the primary for Secretary of State Trump has rallied against incumbent Brad raffensperger who also refused to support the former president's direct calls to overturn the election Raffensperger faces three primary challengers including Trump backed Republican Jody heist You got to do more to stop Russia's president Putin and his war in Ukraine That's the message from President Biden to leaders of India Australia and Japan just moments before he left Tokyo to return to the U.S. We're navigating a dark hour in our shared history The Russian brutal and unprovoked war against Ukraine has triggered a humanitarian catastrophe Russian troops are now bogged down on the outskirts of Kyiv Ukraine's capital and other big cities as Ukrainians put up an unexpectedly tough fight nearly 3000 firefighters in New Mexico are keeping this nation's largest act of wildfire from getting any bigger taking advantage of cooler weather before the return of more dangerous conditions later in the week Miami dade county has agreed to pay a record $4 million for the care of a little girl whose spinal cord was severed nearly 6 years ago in a crash with a police cruiser It was speeding into an intersection with non working stoplights as a hurricane approached Best Buy is posting first quarter results showing shoppers pulled back on spending This is AP news There's news about some young children suffering liver damage How's the officials remain perplexed by mysterious cases of severe liver damage in hundreds of young children around the world The best available evidence points to a fairly common stomach bug that isn't known to cause liver problems and otherwise healthy kids That virus was detected in the blood of stricken children but oddly it has not been found in their disease livers The illnesses are considered rare CDC officials last week said they are now looking into 180 possible cases across the U.S. most of the children went to the hospital at least 15 needed liver transplants and 6 died I'm Shelley Adler Four people fell off an ocean cliff in palos verdes estates California one died two were critically injured the other has only minor injuries Police are investigating this as an accident I'm Rita foley AP news This is 8 20 a.m. W CPT willow springs and streaming worldwide 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive chalk where facts matter Now UW CPT 8 20 Chicago traffic update Well things just keep getting boring I saw the southbound try state with huge delays from half day road that's 22 to past lay cook where all lanes are blocked right now with a crash then there's another jam from Sanders road before central road with a collision which has been blocking four lanes for several hours of traffic gets by that one on the right shoulder northbound there's a big gaers or rubber deckers slowed out extending from one 90 to four Lake avenue He's about Adam slowly traffic is sluggish approaching 53 The north mountain veterans memorial is heavy Butterfield to north avenue to an army trail to chew 90.

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Axios: Republicans Plot Foreign Intervention Pullback

Mark Levin

01:11 min | 1 d ago

Axios: Republicans Plot Foreign Intervention Pullback

"Because there's a piece now and another left wing site Well actually same left wing site axios while vox and axios are different but same in terms of ideology And the headline is from ten hours ago Republicans plot foreign intervention pullback by Loughlin marche Republican lawmakers following former president Trump's leader working with a wide range of conservative groups to pull back American support for Ukraine the Middle East and Europe officials to the Middle East means probably Israel and moderate Arab countries that are taking on Iran why it matters they write with the GOP poised to retake control of the House and perhaps the Senate next year this contingent could grow substantially Trump is back in candidates excuse me who explicitly broken with Republican foreign policy orthodoxy 11 Senate GOP no votes on a $40 billion Ukraine aid package last week was the clearest sign of the new coalition's influence is expanding Well look about 10 billion of that 40 billion should never have been in there

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Biden begins visits to South Korea, Japan

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Biden begins visits to South Korea, Japan

"President Biden signed an aid bill for Ukraine and put the emphasis on security and economic development as he visits South Korea After a meeting in Seoul Biden and South Korea's new president Yun suk ew said they will consider expanding joint military exercises and affirm their shared goal as the complete denuclearization of North Korea Standing up to our shared for our shared democratic values and defending a rule based international order against threats and stability After visiting a massive Samsung semiconductor plan on Friday the president laid a wreath at Seoul national cemetery then had a two hour meeting and joint press conference with yoon followed by a banquet at the national museum of Korea And as our combined forces say

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German minister: G7 countries, global financial institutions provide $19.8 billion to Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

German minister: G7 countries, global financial institutions provide $19.8 billion to Ukraine

"A massive G 7 Ukraine aid package is good to go Germany's finance minister says the group of 7 leading economies and global financial institutions have agreed to provide $19.8 billion in aid to bolster Ukraine's public finances Christian lidner has told reporters that 9.5 billion of the total was mobilized at meetings of the G 7 finance ministers at konigswinter Germany this week He adds the goal is to ensure Ukraine's financial situation does not affect its ability to defend itself from Russia's invasion I'm Charles De

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President Biden Signs Ukraine Aid Bill

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

President Biden Signs Ukraine Aid Bill

"The United States Senate passed the president has signed the $40 billion in aid to Ukraine. U.S. missiles are being considered for sale to European allies, harpoon missiles that could end the Black Sea blockade of Ukrainian wheat that the entire country needs. The Pentagon official told The New York Times that Russian troops have been forced to fight in smaller formations in the eastern area of Ukraine known as the Donbass because they're getting shattered by western artillery that's arrived just imagine if we had done this last year. It might have deterred everything, the stock market nastiness would have not happened.

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Ukraine Mitchell Miller People Of

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 5 d ago

Ukraine Mitchell Miller People Of

"The yeas are 86 the nays are 11 and the bill is passed The Senate approving the massive aid package on a largely bipartisan vote Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer The United States Senate will keep its promise to stand with the people of Ukraine The package includes military as well as economic assistance and funding to help with Ukrainians displaced by the war The aid had been delayed over the past week due to an objection by Kentucky Republican Rand Paul He and ten other Republicans voted against the bill The house earlier approved the legislation which now goes to President Biden for his signature On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO The war in Ukraine is approaching three

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Senate approves $40 billion aid package for Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 d ago

Senate approves $40 billion aid package for Ukraine

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the Senate ships of $40 billion Ukraine aid bill to President Biden for his signature The Senate gave final approval Thursday to a fresh $40 billion aid package for Ukraine sending the bill to president Joe Biden for his signature The legislation that includes military economic and food aid for Ukraine and U.S. allies passed on a vote of 86 to 11 Both party leaders Democrat Chuck Schumer and Republican Mitch McConnell urged passage It's a fight we should not and can not turn away from I encourage every senator on both sides to join this bipartisan super majority Every Democrat who voted approved the measure as did most Republicans but all the no votes came from Republicans which was also the case last week when the House approved the legislation 360 eight to 57 Mike Gracia Washington

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Sen. Hagerty Votes Against Ukraine Aid

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:11 min | 5 d ago

Sen. Hagerty Votes Against Ukraine Aid

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Buttigieg sends $5B to cities for safety as road deaths soar

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Buttigieg sends $5B to cities for safety as road deaths soar

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McConnell, GOP senators meet Zelenskyy in surprise Kyiv stop

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

McConnell, GOP senators meet Zelenskyy in surprise Kyiv stop

"A a a a delegation delegation delegation delegation of of of of Republican Republican Republican Republican senators senators senators senators are are are are in in in in Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's capital capital capital capital I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest as as as as the the the the media media media media including including including including president president president president Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir salen salen salen salen ski ski ski ski met met met met the the the the delegation delegation delegation delegation on on on on the the the the streets streets streets streets of of of of key key key key city city city city posted posted posted posted on on on on his his his his telegram telegram telegram telegram account account account account shows shows shows shows him him him him greeting greeting greeting greeting Republican Republican Republican Republican leader leader leader leader Mitch Mitch Mitch Mitch McConnell McConnell McConnell McConnell along along along along with with with with senators senators senators senators John John John John Brasso Brasso Brasso Brasso with with with with Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Susan Susan Susan Susan Collins Collins Collins Collins of of of of Maine Maine Maine Maine and and and and John John John John Cornyn Cornyn Cornyn Cornyn of of of of Texas Texas Texas Texas Instagram Instagram Instagram Instagram posts posts posts posts the the the the once once once once he he he he calls calls calls calls the the the the visit visit visit visit a a a a strong strong strong strong signal signal signal signal of of of of bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan support support support support for for for for Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine from from from from the the the the United United United United States States States States Congress Congress Congress Congress and and and and the the the the American American American American people people people people Senate Senate Senate Senate is is is is working working working working to to to to approve approve approve approve a a a a nearly nearly nearly nearly forty forty forty forty billion billion billion billion dollar dollar dollar dollar aid aid aid aid package package package package for for for for Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine passage passage passage passage was was was was delayed delayed delayed delayed Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday by by by by senator senator senator senator rand rand rand rand Paul Paul Paul Paul also also also also a a a a Republican Republican Republican Republican is is is is demanding demanding demanding demanding an an an an inspector inspector inspector inspector general general general general be be be be appointed appointed appointed appointed to to to to scrutinize scrutinize scrutinize scrutinize the the the the new new new new spending spending spending spending I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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G7 warn of Ukraine grain crisis, ask China not to aid Russia

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

G7 warn of Ukraine grain crisis, ask China not to aid Russia

"The the the the group group group group of of of of seven seven seven seven richest richest richest richest nations nations nations nations had had had had said said said said that that that that the the the the war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is is creating creating creating creating a a a a global global global global feed feed feed feed an an an an energy energy energy energy crisis crisis crisis crisis throughout throughout throughout throughout the the the the world world world world Canadian Canadian Canadian Canadian foreign foreign foreign foreign minister minister minister minister Melanie Melanie Melanie Melanie Joly Joly Joly Joly told told told told reporters reporters reporters reporters at at at at the the the the G. G. G. G. seven seven seven seven meeting meeting meeting meeting that that that that huge huge huge huge stockpiles stockpiles stockpiles stockpiles of of of of Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian grain grain grain grain plus plus plus plus stuck stuck stuck stuck inside inside inside inside your your your your cranium cranium cranium cranium warehouses warehouses warehouses warehouses unable unable unable unable to to to to be be be be distributed distributed distributed distributed because because because because of of of of the the the the war war war war we we we we need need need need to to to to make make make make sure sure sure sure that that that that the the the the serials serials serials serials are are are are sent sent sent sent to to to to the the the the world world world world if if if if not not not not millions millions millions millions of of of of people people people people will will will will be be be be facing facing facing facing famine famine famine famine particularly particularly particularly particularly in in in in the the the the Middle Middle Middle Middle East East East East and and and and Africa Africa Africa Africa German German German German foreign foreign foreign foreign minister minister minister minister on on on on the the the the lan lan lan lan Abed Abed Abed Abed book book book book has has has has said said said said Russia Russia Russia Russia is is is is aware aware aware aware and and and and responsible responsible responsible responsible for for for for the the the the issue issue issue issue but but but but I I I I did did did did not not not not round round round the the the new new new crises crises crises to to to delivery delivery delivery time time time we we we can can can international international international case case case against against against Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war so so so she she she made made made the the the G. G. G. seven seven seven nations nations nations also also also called called called on on on China China China not not not to to to help help help Russia Russia Russia including including including by by by undermining undermining undermining international international international sanctions sanctions sanctions or or or justifying justifying justifying Moscow's Moscow's Moscow's actions actions actions in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas

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The EU to Provide Financial Aid to Ukraine Military

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:07 min | Last week

The EU to Provide Financial Aid to Ukraine Military

"The European Union agreed Sunday to provide some 500 million Euros in arms and other aid to the Ukrainian military. From Politico, so there are two ways of looking at it. Why are we giving $40 billion in their giving $600 million? So if I can round it down a little bit and it makes it easier. They're giving half a billion and we're giving 40 billion. That's 80 times more. That's easy. Why? On the other hand, to be fair, the EU's treaties bar the block from using its normal budget to fund operations with military or defense implications. So this is a first for the European Union. For the first time ever the EU will finance the purchase and delivery of weapons and other equipment to a country that is under attack,

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Marjorie Taylor Greene Outraged by Lack of Funding for Baby Formula

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | Last week

Marjorie Taylor Greene Outraged by Lack of Funding for Baby Formula

"So listen to what Marjorie Taylor Greene said on the floor of Congress this week regarding the aid that the Biden administration wants the American taxpayer to fork over to Ukraine and she puts it in context with the baby formula crisis we're facing. Listen to this. Thank you. A rise in opposition to the Ukrainian supplemental Bill, $40 billion, but there's no baby formula for American mothers and babies. An unknown amount of money to the CIA in the Ukraine supplemental Bill, but there's no formula for American babies and mothers. $54 million in COVID spending in Ukraine. But there's no formula for American babies and mothers. $900 million for nonprofits and organizations in Ukraine. But there's no formula for American babies and mothers. $8.7 billion for economic support and funding in Ukraine, but there's no formula for American mothers in babies.

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Senate leaders push for quick OK for fresh $40B for Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

Senate leaders push for quick OK for fresh $40B for Ukraine

"Hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi a a a a reporting reporting reporting reporting the the the the Senate Senate Senate Senate waits waits waits waits to to to to vote vote vote vote on on on on fresh fresh fresh fresh aid aid aid aid for for for for Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Senate Senate Senate Senate leaders leaders leaders leaders from from from from both both both both parties parties parties parties were were were were hoping hoping hoping hoping for for for for quick quick quick quick approval approval approval approval of of of of a a a a fresh fresh fresh fresh forty forty forty forty billion billion billion billion dollar dollar dollar dollar aid aid aid aid package package package package for for for for Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine and and and and its its its its allies allies allies allies Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday we we we we have have have have a a a a moral moral moral moral obligation obligation obligation obligation a a a a moral moral moral moral obligation obligation obligation obligation to to to to stand stand stand stand with with with with Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine I I I I strongly strongly strongly strongly support support support support the the the the next next next next package package package package of of of of lethal lethal lethal lethal military military military military assistance assistance assistance assistance which which which which the the the the houses houses houses houses passed passed passed passed with with with with overwhelming overwhelming overwhelming overwhelming bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan majority majority majority majority what what what what the the the the package package package package was was was was held held held held up up up up until until until until at at at at least least least least next next next next week week week week Republican Republican Republican Republican senator senator senator senator rand rand rand rand Paul Paul Paul Paul of of of of Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky declared declared declared declared he he he he would would would would not not not not allow allow allow allow speedy speedy speedy speedy passage passage passage passage my my my my oath oath oath oath of of of of office office office office is is is is to to to to the the the the national national national national security security security security of of of of the the the the United United United United States States States States of of of of America America America America we we we we cannot cannot cannot cannot save save save save you you you you crane crane crane crane by by by by dooming dooming dooming dooming the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. economy economy economy economy latest latest latest latest bill bill bill bill when when when when added added added added to to to to thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen point point point point six six six six billion billion billion billion dollars dollars dollars dollars approved approved approved approved by by by by Congress Congress Congress Congress in in in in March March March March would would would would raise raise raise raise US US US US aid aid aid aid to to to to the the the the region region region region since since since since the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian invasion invasion invasion invasion well well well well above above above above fifty fifty fifty fifty billion billion billion billion dollars dollars dollars dollars the the the the Senate Senate Senate Senate is is is is recessed recessed recessed recessed until until until until Monday Monday Monday Monday Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi out out out out Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Slightly more Americans seek jobless aid last week

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Slightly more Americans seek jobless aid last week

"The the the the number number number number of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans applying applying applying applying for for for for jobless jobless jobless jobless aid aid aid aid ticked ticked ticked ticked up up up up slightly slightly slightly slightly last last last last week week week week but but but but the the the the total total total total number number number number of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans collecting collecting collecting collecting benefits benefits benefits benefits remains remains remains remains at at at at its its its its lowest lowest lowest lowest level level level level in in in in more more more more than than than than fifty fifty fifty fifty years years years years I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with a a a a look look look look at at at at the the the the numbers numbers numbers numbers applications applications applications applications for for for for unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment benefits benefits benefits benefits rose rose rose rose by by by by a a a a thousand thousand thousand thousand the the the the week week week week ending ending ending ending may may may may seventh seventh seventh seventh to to to to two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and three three three three thousand thousand thousand thousand that that that that remains remains remains remains well well well well below below below below the the the the pre pre pre pre pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic level level level level of of of of two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five thousand thousand thousand thousand the the the the labor labor labor labor department department department department report report report report also also also also shows shows shows shows the the the the total total total total number number number number of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans collecting collecting collecting collecting jobless jobless jobless jobless benefits benefits benefits benefits for for for for the the the the week week week week ending ending ending ending April April April April thirtieth thirtieth thirtieth thirtieth fell fell fell fell by by by by forty forty forty forty four four four four thousand thousand thousand thousand to to to to one one one one million million million million three three three three hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and forty forty forty forty three three three three thousand thousand thousand thousand that's that's that's that's the the the the fewest fewest fewest fewest since since since since January January January January third third third third nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen seventy seventy seventy seventy first first first first time time time time claims claims claims claims generally generally generally generally track track track track the the the the number number number number of of of of layoffs layoffs layoffs layoffs in in in in together together together together it it it it all all all all adds adds adds adds up up up up to to to to historically historically historically historically strong strong strong strong job job job job security security security security for for for for American American American American workers workers workers workers Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Quick Senate OK ahead for House-passed $40B aid for Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Quick Senate OK ahead for House-passed $40B aid for Ukraine

"Testing testing testing testing one one one one two two two two three three three three hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi a a a a reporting reporting reporting reporting Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine anxiously anxiously anxiously anxiously awaits awaits awaits awaits a a a a new new new new aid aid aid aid package package package package from from from from the the the the United United United United States States States States a a a a lot lot lot lot of of of of stomach stomach stomach stomach you've you've you've you've come come come come in in in in his his his his nightly nightly nightly nightly video video video video address address address address Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian president president president president Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir semansky semansky semansky semansky thank thank thank thank the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. house house house house of of of of representatives representatives representatives representatives and and and and president president president president Joe Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden Biden Biden for for for for you you you you forty forty forty forty billion billion billion billion dollar dollar dollar dollar aid aid aid aid package package package package for for for for Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine final final final final approval approval approval approval in in in in the the the the Senate Senate Senate Senate could could could could come come come come soon soon soon soon with with with with Senate Senate Senate Senate Republican Republican Republican Republican leaders leaders leaders leaders saying saying saying saying they they they they expect expect expect expect strong strong strong strong support support support support from from from from their their their their caucus caucus caucus caucus Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is is reading reading reading reading for for for for the the the the first first first first war war war war crimes crimes crimes crimes trial trial trial trial of of of of a a a a captured captured captured captured Russian Russian Russian Russian soldier soldier soldier soldier Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's top top top top prosecutor prosecutor prosecutor prosecutor said said said said her her her her office office office office has has has has charged charged charged charged a a a a twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one year year year year old old old old Russian Russian Russian Russian sergeant sergeant sergeant sergeant in in in in the the the the killing killing killing killing of of of of an an an an unarmed unarmed unarmed unarmed sixty sixty sixty sixty two two two two year year year year old old old old civilian civilian civilian civilian in in in in February February February February just just just just four four four four days days days days into into into into the the the the war war war war meantime meantime meantime meantime the the the the war war war war rages rages rages rages on on on on in in in in the the the the besieged besieged besieged besieged southern southern southern southern port port port port city city city city Mario Mario Mario Mario Paul Paul Paul Paul an an an an advisor advisor advisor advisor to to to to the the the the mayor mayor mayor mayor said said said said Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday all all all all evacuation evacuation evacuation evacuation routes routes routes routes out out out out of of of of the the the the city city city city have have have have been been been been blocked blocked blocked blocked by by by by Russian Russian Russian Russian forces forces forces forces hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossio Rossio Rossio Rossio

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Jack Posobiec Joins Andrew to Dissect This Disastrous Ukraine Aid Bill

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:26 min | Last week

Jack Posobiec Joins Andrew to Dissect This Disastrous Ukraine Aid Bill

"We just got through with Ukraine, a man who has a lot of thoughts on Ukraine. I'm sure, is Jack besovic, human events daily, Jack welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Andrew, thank you so much for having me on. Jack, I sort of teased you in a false way there because we can get to Ukraine. And maybe we'll get that in segment too, because I know. We can talk about the America last spending bill that was just pushed forward by 70%. 70%, 149 of two 11 in the house GOP voted for this thing. The last launch into it. Launch into give me your take. Well, I don't usually quote Tupac, but I might have to drop a few bars because Tupac, I think, famously said, you know, they got money for wars, but they can't feed the poor, right? And we're in that situation right now where literally I've got friends with newborns that newborns or babies, and they can't find baby formula. They're like, you got grandma's circling, you know, hitting up targets and walmarts across the Midwest across Pennsylvania. And we can't feed our own children. We can't prevent incursions on our own southern border. But we're going to spend 40 billion of your dollars and send it overseas to a war in Eurasia where there is no American direct national interest. That's your government. Right. That's exactly right. That's a miracle last. And it's a bipartisan consensus, which is the most infuriating

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Why the Bipartisan Support of Biden's $40B Ukraine Aid Package?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | Last week

Why the Bipartisan Support of Biden's $40B Ukraine Aid Package?

"Is the argument in Ukraine beyond the $14 billion that we had already earmarked? There seems to be this bipartisan consensus that this is the way that things must go. To illustrate that point, I want to play a cut for you 71. This is Mitch McConnell saying that this Ukrainian conflict is the most important issue in the world right now. Play cuts of anyone. All agree the most important thing going on in the world right now is the war in Ukraine. We need to do this Ukraine only. And quickly. I think we're on the path to getting that done. Discussions are underway between the House and Senate appropriators on the crafting of the package. It means to be clean of extraneous matters directly related to helping the Ukrainians win the war. This bipartisan consensus could care less about your interests to care less about a baby formula shortage could care less about inflation that spiraling out of control still despite the Biden regime insisting that it's slowing. We've hit another record high gas price today. Average is now at four 40 across the country. So you heard from the Republican establishment, Mitch McConnell talking about how it's the most important issue. What does Pelosi have to say? What are the Democrats have to say? Cut 74. The impact that it is having on food for the world. So when you're home thinking, what is this all about just think about when I was hungry? You fed me. Yeah, that's right. So she's quoting the gospel of Matthew to make a pitch for at least from what we can dig through in these numbers. $20 billion more going into the pockets of the defense industry. Now, again, this is causing such a draw on military stockpiles for the United States military, such as javelins, warheads, that sort of thing, that they're now having to lobby, the regime is having to lobby the defense industry to create more capacity.

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"aids" Discussed on Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth

Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth

03:34 min | 8 months ago

"aids" Discussed on Extinction of Dinosaurs on the earth

"They soon on these conditions. This deadly virus has been engulfing the human race by making a compact standing the human body proliferating all over the body ruining it. Many countries in the world have made regulations in their countries to enjoy sex through free sex red light areas et cetera. The entire world has become prey in the hands of this death. Defying disease making human beings into ashes. A blazing fire now. The world is indulged. In having sex between two men and two women a man and woman men and an animal costing their lives for the sake of short-term glee man enticed with his bundle of needs is not satisfied until he looks for a new paradise in this hazardous and hectic journey man has become more whimsical and haughty in his nature resulting in great clamour all commotion which is now the most modern situation in the world man is tussling with this dreadful epidemic from years ago but his still in vain in this uncertain situation let us hear the verdict of the bible regarding the origin source and birth of aids god. His loved his children from the beginning. He wanted them to abide by his orders. All commandments. nothing. Other than the bible god with his foresight saw the future and the human nature and commanded with fewer regulations that could provide him a state of tranquility hundreds and thousands of years ago. He made some regulations which binds every man. It is good for a man not to marry but since there is so much immorality each man should have his own wife not wives and each woman her own husband not husband. The wife spotty does not belong to her alone but also taught her husband in the same way. The husband's body does not belong to him alone but also to his wife. First corinthians chapter seven verses one to four our world is a superb work made by gaunt which fulfills the needs of millions of people who are inheriting it. God created everything that man needs. He created plenty of food to meet man's hunger oceans to quench his thirst women and men for their desire of variety of tastes colors fragrances. And many more. God ordered man to accomplish all his desires. Rationally and legitimately this doesn't mean that if a man is hungry he should live on human flesh. If thirsty to take intoxicants and vicious liquors feels like having sex to mate with plenty of women other than his wife. Man was made wise of them beasts not to behave like them but to have dominance over them and to set proper his ways. Our god is so mindful of the relationship between husband and wife. He wants to exclude himself between them when they are in need of each other do not deprive one another except with consent for time that she may give yourselves to fasting and prayer and come together again so that satan does not tempt to because of your lack of self control. First corinthians chapter seven verse five. God has given paramount priority towards this relationship because he treats it honorable and the bed. I'm defiled hebrews. Thirteen to four. When god has made marriage sacred nowadays has been treated as a partnership agreement for a certain period and can be broken at any time leading many contacts between various men and women all over.

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"aids" Discussed on Making Gay History

Making Gay History

03:35 min | 10 months ago

"aids" Discussed on Making Gay History

"He didn't die in nine months or even two years. So basically he was diagnosed. Hiv positive in november. He was diagnosed with aids new mississippi. The monja in may and at that time ago nine months he lived another seven years so he lived. We lived with him being sick for seven and a half years out of less than an eight year relationship. So that's pretty much all. I knew i remember all too well. You were an amazing tele from me because again not many people knew many of the layers of my life except for you in a few other people and i don't think i ever shared with you. How much that meant to me. Because i did not have an outlet and you were the kind of person that was. Never judgmental always supportive always there and that got me through some very difficult periods. Well you've always meant the world to me. So what was it like living with somebody who had aids while again. He was not someone who lived as an aids patient although at at some point soon thereafter he got a job as you know at gmac and he was also one of the first people to go to where their experimental drugs. I member he. And i went to france because it was a physician that had some kind of treatment and i remember that he was also one of the first people to do. Azt and at the time azt was prescribed. You had to take it every four hours so i would be the one that would set the alarm. I would wake him up. I would make show. He took his medication when i was home with him so we didn't even sleep through the night like having a newborn for months and months there was also honeymoon period. Where things kind of stabilized for him and so he continued to live a full life. We travelled he worked. Fulltime wasn't always living under the roof of sickness but it was always present. Obviously what did you think about him. Going to work for the men's health crisis. It felt that this is what he needed to do. He was diligent in what it would take to stay alive. He wanted to live. He had a strong will up until literally the day died and so it felt it was the right thing for him for me. It was like i was very private and had my own of my identity. And there i was basically with a very public figure because he became the poster boy his disease became just a lot of who we were as a couple. How did you navigate. That i remember. You've led a life with lots of layers to it. How did you navigate that. I think in hindsight Looking back. I leaned on his strength. Also i think we became a source each other's strength.

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"aids" Discussed on Making Gay History

Making Gay History

01:50 min | 10 months ago

"aids" Discussed on Making Gay History

"On our second afternoon. Just back from a swim in the marine water. Santeuil bay berry yells for me from the bathroom. He turns from the mirror and says look he sticks out his tongue. We always joked. About what a big tongue had. But that's not what he was asking me to look at. Berries tongue is coated with a whitish film. Especially in the back. Maybe it's nothing i say. But my attempted reassurance evaporates. When i burst into tears we knew that thrush a kind of mouth. Fungus was an early symptom of as. We've both read the alarming studies suggesting that aids could have a long incubation period. Not just months but years and in october nineteen eighty-four. The new york times had reported new scientific evidence that suggested aids might be transmissible through saliva. Barron i curl up together on the bed. Hold each other and saab if you could contract aids through saliva. Could you get infected from tears. The daft we get home. I sit nervously flipping through people magazine in the waiting room while berry his in with the doctor the doctor asks barrier to stick out his tongue takes a close look walks over the mirror in the examination room and sticks out his own tongue he turns to berry and says yep. That's what it looks like berry tells me the story on the way home and we wind up standing on a street corner laughing. It wasn't funny but you had to laugh mostly from relief but also over our hyper-vigilance gone wrong that study about saliva an aids wouldn't be debunked for another

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"aids" Discussed on Making Gay History

Making Gay History

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"aids" Discussed on Making Gay History

"My first time at circus. April thirtieth nineteen eighty three madison square garden. I'm twenty four years old. And i am not a date berry is not my date yet. We haven't fallen in love yet. But we are at the circus together. We're the very first big aids fundraiser. In new york a few early supporters of the gay men's health crisis got together and bought out a performance of the barnum and bailey circus. The greatest show on earth wasn't prepared to officially host an event for his cause. But gmc got around that by reselling the seventeen thousand six hundred seats to raise money and tackle the growing crisis ernest. See of gay men when the ringmaster introduces broadway star patti. Lupone lose it. After meeting speech from patty leonard bernstein walks across the floor of the arena to conduct the orchestra of the star spangled banner mezzo-soprano shirley varez voice feels. The garden joined by thousands of voices in the audience. Patriotism clowns and aids seems improbable now but felt so right in the moment.

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"aids" Discussed on This is Why

This is Why

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"aids" Discussed on This is Why

"Think by astonishing a better roundtable that includes the different stakeholders on try at least three or four times a year meeting to really address the real roadblocks and the barriers to better care and support twenty five years ago at the vancouver world aids conference anti retroviral treatments were announced providing some hope for those with aids. Can you speak more to the reasons. People have to hope in terms of the fight against hiv and aids since then. The hope that we have is that something contracts hiv understands that. It's not a death sentence anymore. It can be but with the anti retrovirals. You have the same life expectancy as somebody who does not have hiv. So that's pretty good. The issue is coma. Come with the medication that us. I mean any medication. I'm diabetic the medication. I take affects everything in my body. Okay right it's the same thing for hatred. So i'm trying to just trying to put it on the same level that's the crown both chronic so the issue is moving forward is that we have to understand what we do understand. What tacoma abilities are anti-aging tacked so there is hope for people because if we go back twenty five years or more ago people had four five months to live right. Okay so i mean. I have friends and people who i worked with who contract. Hiv in the eighties. They'd be alive today. Wow so you know like what we were expecting. We asked them to do to prepare for this. Most most of them have to go on assisted livings long-term disability to be able to afford the drugs so they had to get rid of their houses their worldly possessions to get on drug therapies. That were paid by the provinces that would would we asked to them so these people have been on disability instant long-term some of these long term about others stayed under jobs and companies. So there's a mix of people that there but as you were saying the social determinants of health play a major part in how your life expectancy will be and at what level of wellness you'll be. That's the that's a huge factor. But i mean it's a huge factor with everybody to what i like to look at it. The gap between everybody and people are living with hiv. And that's the gap that we have to plan and we have to ensure that we address as we move forward snow rocket science the researchers and researchers have to lift my because without the re- research has that happened. We wouldn't be where we are first of all and we wouldn't have a covert taxing because the covert vaccine is in large part. Thanks to the research that was done. This is why is produced by me. Dave mcivor and adam toy. It's a national radio. Show and podcast. You can reach us by email. This is why at global news dot ca and on twitter at this is why if you like what you hear and want to hear more. Make sure you subscribe to this. Y so you never miss an episode. Where available on apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you find your favorite podcast.

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"aids" Discussed on This is Why

This is Why

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"aids" Discussed on This is Why

"Equals you so when you talk about people who are on medication and continued. Medication can achieve Undetectable viral loads cannot transmit drive anymore. So that is the biggest tool in our toolbox for hiv prevention. Going forward but it also reduces stigma for those living. Hey tried to. Which i think the biggest handicap to people living with. Hiv is a stigma associated with it. One thing that jumped out at me on your website is the fact that according to the public health agency candidate saw a fourth consecutive year of increases in hiv cases. As you said it sounds like. There's a real lack of preventative education. If i could if i if i could take a couple of different sides first of all first of all with the new funding structure that came out in two thousand sixteen. We saw twenty five percent increase from two thousand eighteen. We are the g. seven country. That's lagging the worst for hiv around the world. No g seven summit at the moment but we for hiv where the country that's lagging the most energy seven with the most uptake in hiv cases. Last year it was a little decrease but nobody can access testing because of cova. We're in we're in a really dangerous spot. It's not only hatred. It's all all other sexually transmitted diseases. Also so when you put the two together plus stagnant funding which has not been increased but our responsibilities at a community level have been increased to include other sexually transmitted diseases and covid nineteen. We can't continue doing so much so little financial capacity it doesn't make sense and the government is on a slippery slope and do you know like we can't just do prevention. We have to do a multipronged approach. Well we have news for prevention. Hey trevy self testing kits. Now we have point of care testing but they have to be leveraged better than what they're being done at the moment. The federal government recently announced hundreds of millions of dollars to expand vaccine manufacturing toronto. Does that give you hope for an hiv vaccine. How is that work going well. We'd have to certain researchers that are going on that even older mcmaster university in toronto. I believe that's where it's coming from. London anyways one or the other but there is some pass for for vaccine or cure for hiv. Are we going to get there in my life flow lifetime. I don't think so The the the thing is that. Hey try be a very changing and just like any other. Like gonorrhea now is in certain cases untreatable because it more so much so we don't know exactly where we're gonna land with it. But i mean the the the way to get to move forward is to get a national farmer care one payer system in place so that everybody across turtle island across can have fair and equitable access to hiv meds including prep with the exposure to ensure that you don't contract hiv if you have if you have the chances of contracting hiv and Being it being it readily available to everybody at almost no cost or no cost. I can be see really does bring the numbers down. Plus you equals you plus Getting people tested at least once a year for everything and getting sexually is getting tested for your sexual health should be a yearly commitment. You have with your doctor and it should be openly discussed so that you do know your status because knowing your status and powers to take control of your sexual behavior in a better and more efficient way i mean it's common sense but i i think getting that national pharma care. They're also the generics. Do help for those that have to pay their meds. Because brings the prepped down to a manageable cost laid. It sounds like anywhere. There's an equities Hiv aids like cove nineteen is finding a way to really attack an exploit those those inequities as weaknesses. It does it does but we have to. We have to Look at the rhetoric a bit more nuanced set a bit more people who use drugs overall and canada account for about seventeen percent of new infections. So it's not the majority insisted it depends if you're in shebek. Half of the cases are admendment. Have sex with men. Okay so it's gb msm as we call them right When you go to schedule. They have the highest race of hatred in canada and they're mostly indigenous so yeah there's so there's that nuance and then when you get to be see. It's another thing and so each province is different but that leads us to new problem that we have in canada's that data captures not done correctly so we only have the provenance of sixty percent of the data. While so we're establishing priorities for non flow of eighty million dollars. Spending that has an increase in over a decade and on data. That's not true. So it's estimated data so it doesn't so it's it's like nonsensical this whole thing exists and that we don't have stop gaps to address these issues because like when we talk about residential schools and truth and reconciliation move at all the last five six years and it's the same thing with the. Hey try you know like. They're they're pretty welling. I don't like using the covid one too much because the because it's kobe has gone. We we see the light at the end of the tunnel short hiv. We don't okay. People are still dying of aids in canada today. That's something that really people are like. What do you mean. They're still dying of aids. Yes people are still dying of aids. People are catching neural. Syphilis or mother to child transmissions now berta to child transmissions i mean. We haven't seen this in years so we have a faulty s to be approach in canada that needs to be addressed more efficiently and we have to have testing declared an essential service dream covert because we get to herd immunity as the country's saint telling us on a provincial or federal level. We're good to go well. Sorry but that leaves all the inequities and the gaps that existed that were highlighted during the covid crisis glaring at still and how will the new budgets once they can rebalance be cut or reinfected. That's what we're really scared about because we need to round up but we don't see that happening and there's no engagement to do so i don't know if that makes sense. But because there's there's like an alberto with the provincial government the provincial government. that's their issue is that they've cut everything like a like harm. Reduction services are cut so the the people who can contract Hey try are more likely to because there's less harm reduction services and the when it comes to hiv services. They've been playing around with the organizations for laughter not funding's not not sustainable there or sustained the moment so when you look at that and you look at the disparities across canada. There's a lot of actions that we after..

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"aids" Discussed on This is Why

This is Why

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"aids" Discussed on This is Why

"Rich or famous you were going to go back to my home in california and lock myself in my house and wait to die because that's what we thought thought of hiv. It was a death sentence but olympic gold medal diver. Greg louganis dr. Susan told them to keep training and compete in the one thousand nine hundred eighty eight games. I think ultimately saved my life. The stigma of being hiv positive was crushing members of the gay community. The disease look different. The world after basketball star magic johnson revealed his diagnosis in nineteen ninety-one researchers struggled for fifteen years to find effective life-prolonging treatments. I think people tend to forget the sorrow difficulty suffering. That came before that. It's remarkable to think that aids was first detected forty years ago that got us thinking that during the covid nineteen pandemic shots now going in arms a year and a half after that virus was detected has any progress been made on hiv aids. We spoke with gary lacosse executive director of the canadian aids society. Gary early june marks forty years since the us cdc first published a report about what ended up being hiv aids Back in nineteen eighty one when you think about just the past four decades of the What a lot of people have called it rightly called. Hiv aids pandemic. what are some of the highlights that come to you or perhaps lowlights if that's a better term to use while the highlights that come to To the front of my mind is that it's the first patient croup that demanded that they be put centre stage with researchers and doctors and to to Require that nothing about them. You've done without them so it was. It was the first patient group. I really demanded that that was at the international aids conference in montreal. The eighty s with silence equals death campaign. And so on so forth for mac up. Not so it's come a long way because then came. Denver principles that Really established the guiding principles for great involvement the people living with aids at the time and now thriving with hiv. Though there's some discussion about exactly with those handicaps overtime. Gary in the early eighties aids was known as grid or gay related immune deficiency but. That's obviously changed. How has hiv aids evolved over time in terms of who defects. Well you see. The virus started off. It was a it was a gay brackets so gay men were dying off. Nobody knew why and the stats have progressed. Two time to be worldwide now fifty fifty split between women and men who have hiv. Okay so we've had there was there's been at least seventy five million cases of hatred view so far approximately let some of them the documentation stats. It's an issue but half of them have died so we have over thirty some thousand million deaths of hiv of aids. I mean an hiv related illnesses. So what what really is in is is Is frightening is that the level of understanding what. Hey try via's today in. Canada is not understood by at all because our youth comprised twenty five percent of the new infections. Okay so that's one of the biggest groups that are being affected by hiv today. So when we look at the curriculum in schools for sexual health knowledge. There's not that's why we're coming out with sexual be a sexual health behavior for youth. Because it's a gap in the space and so on and so forth so it's like youth. You could listen to the show interview. That happened a couple of days ago. The youth that was on the panel was saying i know it hey tried the existed and this was a well educated man and until he contracted hiv outside. It doesn't make sense we do that. This is not taught and this is not widely discussed as because it really reduces the barriers to stigma if we discuss it openly and calmly and with respect and dignity with hiv is and we. Also i think have to lean on our elders and also lean on the shoulders of giants that i've passed to understand exactly what it is time tried to because the people who were to die of. Hey tried to be nine. Nineteen ninety six which was a milestone are thriving that with hiv because of the antiretroviral treatments. That came out in nineteen ninety-six and since then the other biggest statement the milestone. That came out was you. We calls you. Hiv became a treatable disease in one thousand nine hundred ninety six fifteen years into the global pandemic by this time. Nine hundred million people have been affected by hiv. The effective treatment hiv was known as combination drug therapy consisting of free medications. It stopped the virus from replicating in the blood halting the transition from hiv to aids and began to control what coma globally devastating disease. Scientists found that with continued treatment. The amounts of hiv in the blood became so low. That routine tasks could not find it. In other words it was. Undetectable in two thousand and eighteen. It was scientifically confirmed that someone with undetectable levels of hiv could not transmit the virus to a person who doesn't have hiv during sounds. It was unkowns miserable. Undetectable equals.

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"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Now that's cut money from pep farc from various programs even while saying they're going to end the epidemic by twenty thirty. Now i will be the first one to say. I was wrong if we get to twenty thirty in the epidemics over. But i've heard these stories before and the talk and the action have to meet the can't be opposite. There's a lot of hype than we see this. Cnn people who work in in media is a mark certainly talks about all the time. Like if i see one more headlines as we cured earner you're always like to the point that news source you look at the news source. What do you make of trump saying that. He wants to get rid of hiv aids but he's destroying funding. Anybody who's self-respecting or knows anything. What they're talking about healthcare has quit. I mean you know certainly for somebody who's out to sort of de stabilize their country. Trump's pretty good at doing that economically and certainly hiv and aids defunding it and destroying our healthcare system also has a chance to destabilise. Well you know. There's a difference between authorizing and appropriating when it comes to congress and you know if he makes these declarations than the money has to be there to back them up from. There's no money either. And if he's you know cutting medicare you know wants to eliminate the affordable care act as of yesterday If his cutting funding for cbc and and all these programs than it's not gonna happen. I found it interesting. That original and targeted specific counties in the us as being high risk and they are so someone knows something about what's going on. The question is more the money. Follow these announcements and so far there's no indication of it and like i said i will be the first one to admit i was wrong. You know and and that he was able to do it. you know. But i'm a little more cynical than that right now. Well he'd better hurry before he got impeached or that you posted on twitter which i thought was very interesting. Is your google search for why are writers and you'll automatically fulfil fills that in. Alcoholics always cold crazy depress sad miserable so weird. There's there's a saying that survivors. Who wrote don quixote quoted in latin america. There's nothing so not being vanja. There's nothing so bad that no good can come of it then in every crisis every calamity. there's always a silver lining of people coming together and overcoming their differences to to grow to show the best of humanity. The you know thirty forty years of aids has been able to do that to be able to bring out the best in our own community. There were those of us who talk about. The epidemic could been accused of being nostalgic for the old days. I am not staubach for those days. I'm not nostalgic for newspapers full of obituaries of people who died from aids. I'm not nostalgic for that but there was an undeniable sense of community and purpose. That's kind of lacking now..

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"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Now that's cut money from pep farc from various programs even while saying they're going to end the epidemic by twenty thirty. Now i will be the first one to say. I was wrong if we get to twenty thirty in the epidemics over. But i've heard these stories before and the talk and the action have to meet the can't be opposite. There's a lot of hype than we see this. Cnn people who work in in media is a mark certainly talks about all the time. Like if i see one more headlines as we cured earner you're always like to the point that news source you look at the news source. What do you make of trump saying that. He wants to get rid of hiv and aids. But he's destroying funding. Anybody who's self-respecting or knows anything what they're talking about healthcare has quit. I mean you know certainly for somebody who's out to sort of de stabilize their country. Trump's pretty good at doing that economically and certainly hiv and aids defunding it and destroying our healthcare system also has a chance to destabilise well. Well you know. There's a difference between authorizing and appropriating when it comes to congress and you know if he makes these declarations than the money has to be there to back them up from. There's no money either. And if he's you know cutting medicare you know wants to eliminate the affordable care act as of yesterday If his cutting funding for cbc and and all these programs than going to happen. I found it interesting. That original and targeted specific counties in the us as being high risk and they are so someone knows something about what's going on. The question is more the money. Follow these announcements and so far there's no indication of it and like i said i will be the first one to admit i was wrong. You know and and that he was able to do it. you know. But i'm a little more cynical than that right now. Well he'd better hurry before he got impeached or that you posted on twitter which i thought was very interesting. Is your google search for why are writers and you'll automatically fulfil fills that in. Alcoholics always cold crazy depress sad miserable so weird. There's there's a saying that survivors. Who wrote don quixote quoted in latin america. There's nothing so not being vanja. There's nothing so bad that no good can come of it then in every crisis every calamity. there's always a silver lining of people coming together and overcoming their differences to to grow to show the best of humanity. Do you think the you know thirty. Forty years of aids has been able to do that to be able to bring out the best in our own community. There were those of us who talk about. The epidemic could been accused of being nostalgic for the old days. I am not staubach for those days. I'm not nostalgic for newspapers full of obituaries of people who died from aids. I'm not nostalgic for that but there was an undeniable sense of community and purpose. That's kind of lacking now..

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"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Now that's cut money from pep farc from various programs even while saying they're going to end the epidemic by twenty thirty. Now i will be the first one to say. I was wrong if we get to twenty thirty in the epidemics over. But i've heard these stories before and the talk and the action have to meet the can't be opposite. There's a lot of hype than we see this. Cnn people who work in in media is a mark certainly talks about all the time. Like if i see one more headlines as we cured earner you're always like to the point that news source you look at the news source. What do you make of trump saying that. He wants to get rid of hiv and aids. He's destroying funding. Anybody who's self-respecting or knows anything what they're talking about healthcare has quit. I mean you know certainly for somebody who's out to sort of de stabilize their country. Trump's pretty good at doing that economically and certainly hiv and aids defunding it and destroying our healthcare system also has a chance to destabilise. Well you know. There's a difference between authorizing and appropriating when it comes to congress and you know if he makes these declarations than the money has to be there to back them up from. There's no money either. And if he's you know cutting medicare you know wants to eliminate the affordable care act as of yesterday If his cutting funding for cbc and and all these programs than going to happen. I found it interesting. That original announcement targeted specific counties in the us as being high risk and they are so someone knows something about what's going on. The question is more the money. Follow these announcements and so far there's no indication of it and like i said i will be the first one to admit i was wrong. You know and and that he was able to do it. you know. But i'm a little more cynical than that right now. Well he'd better hurry before he got impeached or that you posted on twitter which i thought was very interesting. Is your google search for why are writers and you'll automatically fulfil fills that in. Alcoholics always cold crazy depress sad miserable so weird. There's there's a saying that survivors. Who wrote don quixote quoted in latin america. There's nothing so not being vanja. There's nothing so bad that no good can come of it then in every crisis every calamity. there's always a silver lining of people coming together and overcoming their differences to to grow to show the best of humanity. Now do you think the you know thirty. Forty years of aids has been able to do that to be able to bring out the best in our own community. There were those of us who talk about. The epidemic could been accused of being nostalgic for the old days. I am not staubach for those days. I'm not nostalgic for newspapers full of obituaries of people who died from aids. I'm not nostalgic for that but there was an undeniable sense of community and purpose. That's kind of lacking now..

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"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Out to their members And the issue from january nineteen eighty-nine About a third of the magazine is devoted to aids age education age projects. They were working on statistic just all kinds of things that covers is of the quilt is the aids quilt and inside is a latter an open letter to the membership from one of their sustaining members. A sustaining member of someone who's sort of retired like they're not as involved anymore but they're still members and it was from a woman whose husband had died from aids and it was an anonymous letter and she talked about the fear that her family had that anyone would find out that even people in their family did not know but how her husband died or why he died and the isolation that she felt and at the end of the letter. She said she wasn't going to sign her name but she offered. If anyone wants to reach out to me you know. The junior league office knows how to get in touch with me. And i'm glad to talk to you her help you and i thought that it was. It was a beautiful incredibly sad plotter that even among friends among women who she had you know as a sustain or she would have been a volunteer for probably a couple of decades already women. She had known and worked with for years that she did not feel comfortable signing her name. And that's what it was like. What about women of color. Latino women like iris delacruz irish activist in new york. Irish house which is a program in in In west harlem is named after her started by her mother who passed a couple of years ago here in chicago rosa martinez cologne has with color On the west side since the nineties. ray lewis thornton Who announced a woman. Who's african american announced her hiv diagnosis on the cover of essence magazine. nine hundred ninety january one thousand nine hundred issue. I believe thanks very an arm very brave to do what they do..

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"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"To rectify history And i also found out along the way that women's history in general does not talk about the pandemic. I found a book was billed as definitive history of women in the second half of the twentieth century in the united states that was one paragraph about the epidemic and it was about the efforts of the women of act up to change the government's definition of it so that women could qualify for benefits and medical treatment and that paragraph to not mention act up or any of the women who accomplished that in their four year five. Because that was a big accomplishment. Because i saw much service like women couldn't get aids. You ever quote in your book. This is women. Don't have as they just die from aids that's right because women the way the definition of aids was based on how the virus presented itself and men. So this logan women die faster. This is a disaster. And there was all these like stickers with slogans yes but for women died four times faster from hiv and aids as a consequence of hiv infections. Because of the fact that our medical system was an tying hosted they were not diagnosed until they had full blown aids. And it was. I'll give you an example. You can keep it or not a yeast infection if a man has a yeast infection in his throat that qualifies as possible. Hiv if a woman has fadul houston faction. That didn't qualify. It does now. I mean that was one of the parts of the definition but it was that you know how it presented itself differently because oh women get used infection all the time. That doesn't mean anything. So let's talk about some actual women's names because there's some really great people in your book. That might be forgotten. If it wasn't for your efforts like cynthia neale founder of friends indeed. Cynthia was married to actor patrick. O'neal she lived in the dakota apartment building. John lennon and yoko ono and all them and the very definition of an upper west side new york socialite and she became slowly involved in the community as a lot of women did personal contact. She was very influenced by marianne williamson and her spiritual philosophy that was very popular in the nineteen eighties. Marianne williamson. i'm not familiar with her. Marianne williamson Sort of like louise. I mean with you. Know a very spiritual affirming life-affirming positive thinking spirituality. Do so cynthia started. This group called friends. Indeed which was a support group for people with hiv and it was one of the first one and it was not attached to any other organization it was just itself and the sky was coming to the support group meeting. They call them the big group coming to the support group meetings with his boyfriend to support his boyfriend and he she remembered that he was very intense and really listening to everything was going on and she found out eventually that he was jonathan larson and he was writing a musical The turned out to be rent Which is most everyone knows has an aide storyline to it and a support group that based on friends indeed. He invited to speak to the cast about her work and gave her a cd with all the music on it and She did not get to see the show until after he died but she has remained close with them with the cast. Anthony rapp who was an original cast member star.

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"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"And so i decided to rectify history And i also found out along the way that women's history in general does not talk about the pandemic. I found a book was billed as definitive history of women in the second half of the twentieth century in the united states that was one paragraph about the epidemic and it was about the efforts of the women of act up to change the government's definition of it so that women could qualify for benefits and medical treatment and that paragraph to not mention act up or any of the women who accomplished that in their four year. Five because that was a big accomplishment is denied so much service like women couldn't get aids you ever quote in your book. This women don't have as they just die from aids that's right because women the way the definition of aids was based on how the virus presented itself and men. So this logan women die faster. This is a disaster. And there was all these like stickers with slogans yes but for women died four times faster from hiv and aids as a consequence of hiv infections. Because of the fact that our medical system was an hosted they were not diagnosed until they had full blown aids. And it was. I'll give you an example. You can keep it or not a yeast infection if a man has a yeast infection in his throat that qualifies as possible. Hiv if a woman has fadul houston faction. That didn't qualify. It does now. I mean that was one of the parts of the definition but it was that you know how it presented itself differently because oh you used infection all the time. That doesn't mean anything. So let's talk about some actual women's names because there's some really great people in your book. That might be forgotten. If it wasn't for your efforts like cynthia neale founder of friends indeed. Cynthia was married to actor patrick. O'neal she lived in the dakota apartment building. John lennon and yoko ono and all them and the very definition of an upper west side new york socialite and she became slowly involved in the community as a lot of women did personal contact. She was very influenced by marianne williamson and her spiritual philosophy that was very popular in the nineteen eighties. Marion williamson. I'm not familiar with her. Marianne williamson sort of like louise. I mean with you. Know a very spiritual affirming life-affirming positive thinking spirituality. Do so cynthia started. This group called friends. Indeed which was a support group for people with hiv and it was one of the first one and it was not attached.

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"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"I can't for the life of me. Remember what was going on. Or where i was or why this popped into my head but i thought i don't want to look back and know that i did nothing and that was why i was doing what i was doing. What was it like your first foray into these. This humanitarian issue for you. I think it was probably just like voluntary of like you know. Putting money in the bucket you know kind of was it hard fundraising in during the crisis. Well it was it was a different kind of fundraising at chicago house. We had at least one event a week so we had one once a month. We had an you know we got all the bar. Money from the tips and everything from little gems bar and we had events at roscoe's and we had a dunk tank at hostage street days. We had a black tie gala but there was at least one event so i was doing a lot more events than i was. I had done before but the grant writing part of it and the individual donors were different because in theater you don't have a lot of anonymous donors and in the community. At that time there were plenty of people. I'll give you money but do not put my name in the ad book. Do not sunday anything. Do not put me on the mailing list. Just cash the check. They were in the closet about their desire to support. Most of them were gay men in the closet who did not want their professional colleagues or their families to know what they were doing And some of them were just people who wanted to do something but did not want their names. Attached to the cause because of the stigma because the stigma but as a straight woman. I could go into a foundation office where they said well. We really wanna give money to this cause but it was safe for me to go in because they didn't really want to meet with anybody who had aids and they acquainted aids and gay so a straight woman walked in there. She's fine. she's safe so victorian. Why was it easier. Do you think or has been historically easier to talk about gay. Men's experience of hiv and aids than women straight or gay is experience of the same thing. I think that it hit first and hardest. Excuse me in the water and the gay community. There's no question about the at least in this country. And i.

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"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"I can't for the life of me. Remember what was going on. Or where i was or why this popped into my head but i thought i don't want to look back and know that i did nothing and that was why i was doing what i was doing. What was it like your first foray into these. This humanitarian issue for you. I think it was probably just like voluntary of like you know. Putting money in the bucket you know kind of was it hard fundraising in during the crisis. Well it was it was a different kind of fundraising at chicago house. We had at least one event a week so we had one once a month. We had an you know we got all the bar. Money from the tips and everything from little gems bar and we had events at roscoe's and we had a dunk tank at hostage street days. We had a black tie gala but every week there was at least one event. So i was doing a lot more events than i was. I had done before. But the grant writing part of it and the individual donors were different because in theater. You don't have a lot of anonymous donors and in the community. At that time there were plenty of people. I'll give you money but do not put my name in the ad book. Do not sunday anything. Do not put me on the mailing list. Just cash the check. They were in the closet about their desire to support. Most of them were gay men in the closet who did not want their professional colleagues or their families to know what they were doing And some of them were just people who wanted to do something but did not want their names. Attached to the cause because of the stigma because the stigma but as a straight woman. I could go into a foundation office where they said well. We really wanna give money to this cause but it was safe for me to go in because they didn't really want to meet with anybody who had aids and they acquainted aids and gay so if a straight woman walked in there she's fine. She's safe so victoria. Why was it easier. Do you think or has been historically easier to talk about gay. Men's experience of hiv and aids than women straight or gay is experience of the same thing. I think that it hit first and hardest. Excuse me in the water and the gay community. There's no question about the at least in this country. And i.

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"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"aids" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Fag hag divas and mom's the legacy of straight women and the aids community takes a good look at the indispensable. Contributions women had and still to in helping people get through the aids crisis. Welcome to fees to fund victoria. Thank you thank you. I'm having fun already. Thank you so much for bringing the delicious cinnamon rolls. It was a real treat. I haven't had doesn't awhile. Even think for people familiar and say there is a sort of a democratic stronghold liberal pro gay instant restaurant institution in chicago neighborhood swedish institution. Best cinnamon rolls in town. They go there to eat breakfast. It's a it's like a diner. Rest upscale dish dina restaurants. They give you a cinnamon rolls on the house. No they don't do charging unit for the hard of your meal. Okay well that's what i'm saying. It's not like you have to. It's all you're not everybody else. You get an option. Not you get like fruit instead right or something. I think there are like communists. Who don't order cinnamon rolls so victoria. Thank you so much for putting together the incredible book and of course. I'm sure it a lot of people have to save this and it's never enough but thank you so much for your contributions to fighting the aids crisis. Well thank you for saying that. It's i will say the same thing that the women i interviewed for the book said. Which is i didn't do that much. Why do you care about this. And because a lot of women did a lot of things a lot of different things. Some of their contributions were huge. Somewhere little somewhere years ago summer ongoing. But that's that's really. The secret of change is a lot of people doing something. That doesn't have to be huge. What was the hardest thing about living through the aids crisis that you fear people might forget today. Well i think it was a constant state of anxiety. And i mean. We're in a state of anxiety now politically but it was different than because it was personal. It was never knowing who you came in contact with..

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"aids" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"aids" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Aids from coast to coast and worldwide on the internet this is coast to coast AM now here's your guest host Connie Willis Hey there close.

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