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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:00 min | 2 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"To the virus, we have circulating initially in the United States at the start of the pandemic. The Delta variances more aggressive and not much more transmissible than previously circulating strains, it is one of the most infectious respiratory, viruses, we love, and that I have seen in my twenty year. Career covid-19 has continued to rise in the United States and around the world, especially in areas, with low, vaccination rates will speak to you. Epidemiologist, Greg Gonzalez on the three. Things biting can do right now to stop covid-19. Save lives. Then we look at the case of former Air Force analyst. Daniel Hale, who blew the whistle on the secret Jewish drone and targeted assassination program. Daniel, he'll faces up to eleven years in prison. His sentencing is on Tuesday. Daniel Hale is dead. Courageous whistleblower, who exposed the extent of the US drone strike program. He does not deserve to go to prison and we are going to be fighting for how long freedom and showing our solidarity with him from the Grassroots. Plus we remember civil rights Legend, an educator, Bob Moses, he's died at the age of 86. All that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy Now, democracynow.org The War and Peace report. I'm Amy Goodman as covid-19 cases continue to rise around the world fueled by the more transmissible Delta. Variant more countries are enacting or considering Health passes for vaccinated people. France just approved a highly contested law-making proof of vaccinations or a negative Covent test mandatory for accessing certain. Indoor venues Germany says, it's considering similar measures in its surging cases there in. Indonesia, hundreds of children, have died in recent weeks as infections. Continue to Surge and hospitals, are pushed past their Breaking Point. Children may make up, as many as 12.5% of Indonesia's, confirmed infections other Southeast Asian countries include Thailand and Malaysia, have recently reported record case numbers, meanwhile Arisa And study by the Lancet. Found over one point, five million children lost a primary or secondary caregiver to covid-19 in Tokyo. Japan Olympics are organizers. Reported ten new cases related to the games on Sunday here in the US top medical advisor, dr. Anthony fauci. Warren Sunday. The u s is going in the wrong direction with the large number of unvaccinated people continue to get sick and fuel outbreaks, only around half of the u.s. population is fully vaccinated South. She also said the Centers for Disease Control, which considering new Mass guidelines for vaccinated people amidst, the current surge Saint Louis Missouri is the latest place to reinstate its indoor mask mandate as cases in the same Spike. Meanwhile, Alabama's Republican Governor, Kay Ivey said, it's quote time to start blaming the unvaccinated folks for kovats persistence spread. Almost 100% of the new hospitalizations was on vaccinated folks and the death certainly occurring with unvaccinated folks. These thoughts are choosing the horrible lifestyle of self-inflicted pain. You know, we've got to get those to take the shot and other coronavirus change Advocates are calling on the Biden Administration to take action after it upheld a trump memo which would send some four thousand prisoners currently in home. Confinement back to jail with the pandemic. State of emergency is lifted Biden, would either have to commute their sentences or congress? Could pass a law, extending home confinement, beyond the emergency order. The president of Tunisia. Dismissed the Prime Minister and suspended Parliament Sunday. Announcing he would take on executive power with the assistance of a new prime minister. The month came following major protests across Tunisia against the ruling and not the party. This is a protester speaking just hours before the president's announcement, multiple main office at the end of a movement, which rules for ten years and did not provide us with Solutions. Leave the parliament as a young man in 2011, I called for jobs, freedom, and National dignity home. And in twenty Twenty-One, I still call for jobs, freedom, and National dignity police released tear gas on crowds. After they poured into the streets, to celebrate the news as some members of parliament among others accused, the president of launching a state coup. Meanwhile, Al Jazeera is reporting. Police raided their Tunis office earlier today. Expelling all the staff and confiscating equipment off. The UN says a record 2400, Afghan civilians were killed or wounded in May and June as fighting between government and Taliban forces. Escalates, the number of casualties reported in the first half of this year was nearly 50% higher than 20/20. The Afghan government, just imposed a nationwide curfew in an effort to curb Taliban advances. Meanwhile, the top. General in Afghanistan said it is likely to continue its air strikes. Even after August 31st, when us and NATO forces are expected to complete their withdrawal. The US military launched at second drone strike in Somalia and under a week Friday. It was also the second attack targeting al-shabab Fighters and Somalia. Since President Biden took office job. Instead of Congress member ilhan Omar, his family came to the US system. Ali refugees wrote a letter to Biden. Requesting more information about the strikes. She said, quote, it's critical that any reaction must be part of a broader strategy focused on the security of the Somali people and the stability of the Somali State unquote in the occupied West Bank. Israel forces shot and killed a Palestinian teenager during a protest over illegal Israeli settlements near the town of beta Muhammad. Munir al-tamimi was seventeen years old over three hundred. Others were injured as Israeli soldiers, fired tear gas, and rubber bullets and live ammunition on, the crowds. Cheer alone is abolish. The death penalty. It's a 23rd African country to do so Advocates job. Our say capital punishment is a brutal, remnant of colonialism and that the recent vote could serve as an example for the United States and Guatemala protest calling for the resignation of them. President Alejandro geometry have intensified. After the Attorney General fired, the country's top anti-corruption, prosecutor Friday, one Francisco Sandoval flood Guatemala, just hours, after being ousted fearing for his life, protesters are also condemning government corruption in the deadly mishandling of the pandemic. The Mexican government is sending to vote, loads of food and medical supplies, Cuba, including oxygen, tanks, needles and syringes Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez, obrador has denounced catastrophic us sanctions on Cuba that have triggered, an economic crisis on the island and a massive shortage of resources during the pandemic leading to the recent unrest, in India, at least a hundred thirty five. People are dead after torrential rains triggered, massive floods and log. Slides across the state of Maharashtra and the City of Mumbai dozens are still missing his rescue efforts. Continue while Monsoon rains are common in India. Climate scientists were in global warming, has contributed a heavier and more devastating rainfall. This.

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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"93 wi PC Mobile news on the level on the goal, issuing a word of caution. Some light rain showers on radar. It's also partly cloudy and 71 degrees on Monument Circle the high today 81. I'm Sean Herrick. Here's what's trending at 7 30. There is no longer a mass mandate and Marion County, the Indianapolis City County Council voted to lift the mandate Monday night. This is welcome news. I think for our community, but it does not mean that this is the end of the pen did Make yet more of our community who are vaccinated the safely we all are. Marion County Public Health director Dr Virginia Kane says the county will fully reopened once the coronavirus vaccination rate reaches 50% and said about 40% right now, some venues are still dealing with capacity restrictions. You can read about those and where masks are still required at W I v c dot com not only as Indianapolis and Marion County battling the pandemic, there's also been the struggle with violent crime. And the coroner's office is struggling to keep up. Stanley reports Monday arrived with the bodies of 24 people to be examined by the Marion County coroner's office. That's a record for one weekend in Indy, where growing homicide rate has increased the workload. Staffing levels are low. There's a shortage of forensic pathologist and deputy coroner Alfie McGinty says there will be additional challenges. In one case, a person who may have had covid 19. Stand layer 93 wi BC mobile news jobs are available, but a lot of people are still collecting unemployment checks in Indiana, the state's Department of Workforce Development says. As of May, 1st, just under 200,000 people were collecting benefits. While nearly half of the companies in the state say they need workers, the state will drop out of the enhanced federal unemployment program at the end of next week. If you couldn't reach your favorite website or streaming service this morning, you were not alone, multiple websites. Fix everything from Reddit and CNN to The New York Times in the UK government website all experienced problems. The Financial Times says A glitch at Fastly was the problem. Vastly as a content delivery network, border security and immigration were topics of discussion. When Vice President Kamala Harris was in Guatemala Foxes Gurnal Scott, the U. S and Guatemala agreed. The best course too slow migration is to jump start the economy there, President Alejandro Geometry said through a translator here. She hates American CEOs willing to step in their companies can establish businesses in our country to create their more employment and spot migration. Vice President Harris pushed legal immigration urging migrants to not head north. I believe if you come to our border, you will be turned back. The leaders promised to talk again today. The vice president is in Mexico for talks there. GURNAL Scott Fox News and you heard of coronavirus vaccine incentives being given out to people who get vaccinated. But have you ever heard of joint for a jab? Well, that's happening in the state of.

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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:07 min | 3 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on KTRH

"You have a problem figuring out whether you're for Mayor Trump and you ain't black. Now four out of 10. Likely voters believe that race relations have become much worse under Biden, Harris RNC spokesman Paris Denard says President Biden has a long history of bigotry and showed it once again while in Tulsa last week, people that were still alive remaining from the Tulsa massacre. He said something negative about the fact that black entrepreneurs are like white entrepreneurs that they don't have accountants. They can't get lawyers. I mean, it's just the bigotry of low expectations, guard says. People of color see right through the Democrats agenda, and it's evident from recent elections here in Texas. The fact that Republicans want to my oral seats and Fort Worth in McAllen, Texas, flip the account. You also saw the fact that we got the part of county last Cycle get a couple other counties that were majority minority went to Republicans. Latest poll by Rasmussen report shows most black voters do not believe the new president has improved race relations or even made life better for young black people. Nick Rankovic NewsRadio 7 40 Ktrh. Meantime, there's a Republican Party. Oh, the G O P. You know, they've been under fire because Of their infighting. What's new? Some are saying that the GOP must die I in order to save the Republican Party, and here's ktrh is Jeff Biggs. Yeah, sure whether it's rhinos, or who knows Republicans need to come together before next year's midterms. It's not necessarily the GOP that must die. Personally, I think that it's going through a a process. It was in a chrysalis that began when Donald Trump was elected, and it's got to hatch into a new creature. That's Brandon Morris, the editor of Red State, who also told Ktrh the old GOP has to be okay with the new mega message. I think you're going to see a very interesting things in midterm elections When it comes to the war. I think the political war that's going to take place you have two parties that are becoming something else. And you have minority communities going for Republicans more often than they usually would. They're going from Democrat to Republican. Case in point, the new Republican mayor in McAllen, Texas, 85, present Hispanic, and they've got a Republican mayor Now, do you think we need to kill the Republican Party in order to save it? Reinvented. That's our question. Today go to ktrh dot com and the Houston's Morning news page. We got YouTube censorship of conservatives that's led to more growth for its competitor Rumble. Are you on rumble? The Heritage Foundation's Cara Fed, Frederick says Rumble wants to be independent, like free from the big tech. What Rumble does is in the future. They want to develop their own cloud within services, so they want to be able to be hosted by themselves, essentially and not risk lights out like in the case of parlor Yeah, the big guys technocracy. For now, they're looking, though, to cut into YouTube's audience. It's certainly an uphill battle, but I think conservatives, I think people who believe in decentralization and technical solutions have to try to develop them. Rumble just got a major investment from a group including tech billionaire Peter Field. 5 35 former President Donald Trump. Guess what. He's coming to Houston this December. He'll be at Toyota Center December 18th for what he's calling a fun, fun, fun History tour with TV personality Bill O. Reilly. Tickets go on sale next Monday, and Trump will visit Texas next month for a CPAC of it as well. He'll be speaking. At CPAC in Dallas are news time. 5 36. A report on the origins of Covid 19 by U S government National Lab concluded that a lab leak of the virus was plausible. Former White House Covid Task Force member Admiral Brett Giroir took it even a step further. The evidence is still circumstantial, but it's becoming really, truly compelling that this was at least a lab leak. It might have been a virus that they collected, but more likely it was a virus that they made directly in some way. That was Gerard on Fox, adding he believes the leak was an accident. The White House once again, though defending Dr Fauci over the release of his emails last week that exposed him as knowing what was going on. They say they will not stand for attacks on him. They've circled the wagons. They don't want you to know it is now 5 36. It was the deadline yesterday for employees at Houston Methodist to be vaccinated for Covid, or face termination, and a group of nurses protested yesterday. In Baytown attentions Next tomorrow It'll be tweaks Snoopy, and then if you don't comply within two weeks, then you go to determinations. Yeah, that's ER nurse Amanda Rivera talking to our TV partner Channel two. Now. Houston Methodist, released a statement that said, quote almost 100% of our 26,000 employees have complied, making the right decision. To fulfill their sacred obligation to protect our patients in quote Carnival Cruise line, confirming plans to restart US sailings from its Texas port as early as the fourth of July. Those cruises will be open to passengers who are fully vaccinated against Covid 19 the carnival this to ship However, I just As I said, Jimmy, I don't know. I don't know about this. I read last night late that they will not require a vaccine passport after the governor signed his his order, Okay, but we need to find out about that before I go any further. We're going to have the Carnival Vista offering cruises on July 3rd from Port of Galveston, followed by the return of operations of Carnival. Freeze on the 15th. I believe it was carnival that said that But I couldn't see what I can find. See what you can find. We need to check that out. I apologize. Everyone is now. 5 38 Vice President Kamala Harris continues her border crisis trip to Guatemala. But the president of that country, Alejandro Geometry, told CBS the crisis isn't Guatemala's fault. It's Biden's doing. The message changed to we're going to reunite families and we're going to reunite Children..

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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:07 min | 3 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WGN Radio

"President Kamala Harris and Guatemalan President Alejandro Geometry met in Guatemala City earlier today to discuss the issue of Central American migration to the U. S. SOUTHERN border. Washington correspondent Michael Martin reports Monday, Vice President Kamala Harris announced the Department of Justice, Treasury and the State Department will be working with law enforcement in Guatemala to try and combat the flow of Central American migrants to the United States. We will Look to root out corruption wherever it exists because we know it is not in the best interest of a democracy alongside Guatemalan President Alejandro G. M met here has announced efforts to root out corruption, create jobs and stop smuggling schemes that have encouraged thousands to flee their homes. We can turn this country into a country of opportunities. The vice president will visit Mexico to discuss the same issues on Tuesday. In Washington today, the U. S. Senate began its latest legislative session, Democrats have laid out an ambitious agenda for this month. Here's Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. We will consider landmark legislation to establish paycheck fairness legislation to boost American innovation in the 21st century and legislation to protect voting rights and American democracy the final week of June. Republican minority leader Mitch McConnell argues as I understand it, Senate Democrats intend to focus this month on the demand of their radical bass exploiting the cause of pay fairness to send a windfall to trial lawyers settling hospitals, schools and small businesses, crippling new legal burdens if they failed to keep pace with woke. Social norms and opening an unprecedented new front in the left war. On the Second Amendment. President Biden's proposed infrastructure bill could be on the docket as well. Speaking of that bill, the White House remains hopeful that President Biden can strike a bipartisan deal with Republicans here's press Secretary Jen Psaki, Republicans and Democrats who have been out there talking about their eagerness to be a part of this discussion and a part of an opportunity to move forward on the president's bold ideas and historic investment in infrastructure. The president has been negotiating directly with GOP US Senator Shelley Moore, Capital by news nation on your cable or satellite provider and stay up to date around the clock and news nation. Al dot com in the news nation..

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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:37 min | 3 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"To county Supervisor Nathan Fletcher about that live at 7 10 tomorrow morning on San Diego's Morning news. All right, So Kamala Harris doesn't want to visit the border where the real crisis is. She wants to go down to Guatemala and say, Oh, I'm here to solve your problems. I'm going to fix your economy. I'm going to control climate. Well, if the fix for their economy is anything like their so called fix for our economy, who it's like a declaration of war. Um Harris says that the people going to the border are going because of jobs. And you know what she's being honest about that. She's correct. They want jobs, better jobs. And no one has ever said that that is a bad motivation or surprising motivation. It's just that you can't come to United States to get a better job. There's a process you gotta get a green card. You've got to be vetted. You gotta wait your turn. And we have a lot of people that want better jobs. And as a country we can only sustain as many. Um, we can only allow in as many as we can, uh, sustained and absorb. So these people coming to the border are doing the scam. The fraud They're saying yo, soy pursue Kado. So a refugee Ballistic allowed the perceptive persecuted. Uh I've been attacked out of my home country. Really? Why are you attacked? Climate change? No, no, the climate change. Apparently that justification is that it destroys crops and therefore you don't have a job. Therefore you have to come try again. That doesn't qualify. M s 13. Mm. Have you been to South Central L a try again. I'm gay. That's right. Kamala Harris a few weeks ago suggested that anti LGBT legislation legislation in Central America was causing people from to flee Guatemala and come up because they're being persecuted. So she's basically saying all you know millions of those people. According at the border are all gay Um, I don't hear enough share in their ear buds. I'm not seeing enough cosmos in their hands. And they certainly aren't having this sort of dance parties you'd expect of gaze so sorry. Try again. Try again. We're being lied too. Okay, we are being lied to by our politicians. Paris is a liar when she says these people are legitimately persecuted. She slips up and says the truth when she says it's the economy. Can't have it both ways. Kamala. By the way, if anti LGBT legislation is why people are coming To the southern border. Why don't we have a bunch of Palestinians and Iranians down there as well? Because there's anti LGBT legislation in those countries, but we don't see a whole lot of that. So again. It's It's just nonsense. No one in the media wants to truly pin. They're pinning her down or pin this administration down on their their nonsense, But The president of Guatemala certainly was willing Uh, His name is President Alejandro geometry. And president GM, Mattei says, quote We are not on the same side of the coin on the issue of the border. Biden is more welcoming message to migrants in a new administration has led to the search. Their message changed. We're going to reunite families were going to reunite Children, he told CBS News. Quote. The very next day, the Coyotes were here organizing groups of Children to take them to the United States. We asked the U. S government to send a more clear message to prevent more people from leaving. They failed to do so. There you go. That the president of Guatemala saying, Hey, I know you're down here trying to give us a good economy. Give us a bunch of money to fix our economy and you think you can control the climate, but the real reason why the border surge is happening. Because you guys said, Hey, come to United States. We're changing the policies. And the Coyotes, then organized people here, particularly Children. And poof. He had a crisis. Any any questions? Of course. No CNN, no MSNBC. No, ABC. No, CBS. No. Uh, any of it? No, no, no media is going to go with that story. The president of Guatemala basically says Biden caused this problem. The best that Biden says is Oh no, no, It's not the economy. It's It's not persecution. No, no, no, It's not. L G b T Q. Hate crimes? Uh, no, no, no, It's not my policy change. This is a seasonal thing. Audio four. The truth of the matter is nothing has changed. As many people came 28% increase in Children to the border in my administration, 31% The last year of in 2000 and 19 before the pandemic in the Trump administration. It happens every single solitary year. There is a significant increase number of people come into the border in the winter months of January, February March. It happens every year. It. It's seasonal. Right? Don't you know that the spring means you can wear floral patterns and white And you're also able to, uh, hire yourself a coyote for $16,000 and try to get across the border. And of course, as you know, You have to do that every season. So start saving up now $16,000 Coyote trip every season. This guy is an idiot. But he's allowed to get by with this because the media isn't going to challenge him. The media isn't going to challenge Harris, and it's so easy to basically connect the dots and be like, wait a minute. On one hand, you say they're persecuted. On the other hand, you say it's climate change. And a bad economy. You can't have it both ways. You're trying.

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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:19 min | 3 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Has discussed corruption today with Guatemala's president, vice president Harris said she was direct with Guatemala's president, Alejandro Geometry. And very candid, and I think this is a quality that he and I appreciate in each other. We don't have time. For Glossing over concerns that we have asked directly by American reporters whether his government is corrupt. John first ignored the question. Then, when asked again insisted he has never been accused of corruption Protesters outside held signs reading He is lying to you, VP Harris. Tamara Keith. NPR news traveling with the vice president. The White House and Republicans are still far apart on the price tag for President Biden's infrastructure plan. Biden has been negotiating with Republican Senator Shelley Moore capital over the size of the infrastructure plan and how to pay for it. The White House said last week. The capital's latest offer wasn't big enough. Democratic Senator Ben Cardin and the chair of the Senate Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, says this is an opportunity to modernize crumbling infrastructure and create jobs. And he says it's long overdue. This is once in a generation opportunity to really modernize our infrastructure. Long overdue. We need to be bold. We needed to do what's necessary so America can be competitive of create the jobs for the future. Speaking there to NPR's morning edition for President Biden says he plans to talk with capital before he leaves for his trip to Europe on Wednesday. The Food and Drug Administration has approved a controversial drug designed to slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease. But as NPR's Jon Hamilton reports, the FDA is also demanding more data. The FDA. Okay, the drug you can a map for patients in the early stages of Alzheimer's. It will be marketed under the trade name add do help. Patients will receive the drug in monthly infusions. They will also need regular brain scans to detect a side effect, bleeding or swelling in the brain. The drug has proved highly effective at reducing the sticky plaques that build up in the brains of people with Alzheimer's. But two large studies offered conflicting evidence about whether it slows declines in memory and thinking. So as a condition of approval. The FDA is requiring the drugs maker to conduct another study. Biogen and aside the company's marketing the drug have yet to announce how much it will cost. Jon Hamilton NPR News Wall Street End of the day in mixed territory, The Dow Down 126 You're listening to NPR news. From W maybe e News in Atlanta. Good afternoon. I'm Jim Barris. It's 604. This Friday is the deadline for Georgia. Pre came assistant teachers and childcare teachers who were on the front lines of the Covid 19 pandemic to apply for $1000 stimulus payment. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and Georgia Department of Early Care and learning, officials say the one time power payments come from federal coronavirus pandemic relief funds. Decal officials say the payments are targeted for programs which remained open through the pandemic. A new report shows tenants in Metro Atlanta is predominantly black and brown neighborhoods, maybe feeling the worst effects of the pandemic. Stephanie Stokes has more. The impact is clear from eviction filings, Researchers at the Atlanta Federal Reserve found those lawsuits have been concentrated and lower income neighborhoods. Where the majority of residents are black or people of color areas in Clinton County, South Fulton and south to cab these neighborhoods, some more eviction filings than white, higher income communities before the pandemic, the study says. And the Covid 19 outbreak only intensified that disparity. Eviction filings only represent the start of the court process. Filings don't always mean tenants were removed from their homes. Tenants may be able to avoid that outcome by claiming protections under a national eviction moratorium that expires at the end of the month. Stephanie Stokes w ABC News I'm the next City.

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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is in Guatemala today. If the start of her trip is any sign yesterday, Air Force to had to turn back after take off for a safety check. The assignment is going to be a challenge. Mrs Harris first foreign trip Mission, President Joe Biden gave her find ways to reduce migration to the US by improving conditions in Central America. One of the big challenges in the region is how ineffective governments there have been at solving the simple, grinding problems of daily life in their countries. Speaking from Guatemala City today, Harris said she and Guatemalan President Alejandro Geometry talked about a key issue Corruption on the issue of corruption. Uh, the conversation that I had with President Janet Today was very Frank. And very candid, and I think this is a quality that he and I appreciate in each other. Following all of this is Adrianna Beltran with the watchdog group, The Washington office on Latin America. She said Harris is right to focus on corruption. And unfortunately, over the last several years, what you've seen across the region, including Guatemala has been a backlash against anti corruption, anti impunity efforts and increasingly actions by corrupt elites to undermine democracy and the rule of law. So as long as we're on the subject, explain in simple terms how corruption actually reduces the impact of USA to Central America. When we talk about corruption in Guatemala in Central America, we're not talking about a few bad apples, a few corrupt government officials that accept bribes But what we're talking about is systems that have been put in place where corrupt elites and in the case of Guatemala, increasingly tied to criminal groups have taken hold the government institutions And have used their positions of power to enrich themselves by embezzling millions of public funds at the expense of the majority of the population. You know,

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Kamala Harris, in Guatemala, Discusses Plan to Deter Migrants

The World

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Kamala Harris, in Guatemala, Discusses Plan to Deter Migrants

"Is in Guatemala today. If the start of her trip is any sign yesterday, Air Force to had to turn back after take off for a safety check. The assignment is going to be a challenge. Mrs Harris first foreign trip Mission, President Joe Biden gave her find ways to reduce migration to the US by improving conditions in Central America. One of the big challenges in the region is how ineffective governments there have been at solving the simple, grinding problems of daily life in their countries. Speaking from Guatemala City today, Harris said she and Guatemalan President Alejandro Geometry talked about a key issue Corruption on the issue of corruption. Uh, the conversation that I had with President Janet Today was very Frank. And very candid, and I think this is a quality that he and I appreciate in each other. Following all of this is Adrianna Beltran with the watchdog group, The Washington office on Latin America. She said Harris is right to focus on corruption. And unfortunately, over the last several years, what you've seen across the region, including Guatemala has been a backlash against anti corruption, anti impunity efforts and increasingly actions by corrupt elites to undermine democracy and the rule of law. So as long as we're on the subject, explain in simple terms how corruption actually reduces the impact of USA to Central America. When we talk about corruption in Guatemala in Central America, we're not talking about a few bad apples, a few corrupt government officials that accept bribes But what we're talking about is systems that have been put in place where corrupt elites and in the case of Guatemala, increasingly tied to criminal groups have taken hold the government institutions And have used their positions of power to enrich themselves by embezzling millions of public funds at the expense of the majority of the population. You know,

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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:07 min | 3 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Janine Herbst. Vice President Kamala Harris is in Guatemala, pushing for cooperation to stem the tide of migrants trying to come to the U. S. Harris met with the country's president, Alejandro Geometry to talk about strengthening economic opportunities in the region so people wouldn't feel the need to leave. Most people don't want to leave where their grandmother lives. And when they do, it is usually for one of two reasons. Because they are fleeing some type of harm. Or because to stay means that they cannot provide for their essential needs and the needs of their family. Harris, who will also discuss vaccines while in Guatemala, is on her first foreign trip while in office and later heads to Mexico. President Biden spoke with Ukrainian President followed Amir Zelinsky today, inviting him to the White House as NPR's Asma Khalid reports. It was a show of support for Ukraine ahead of Biden's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin. In a recent interview, the president of Ukraine implored President Biden to meet with him before he meets with Putin, saying he would be willing to meet Biden at any moment and at any spot on the planet. National security adviser, Jake Sullivan told reporters that Biden spoke with Zelinsky on the phone. Earlier Monday, President Biden was able to tell President Zelensky that he will stand up firmly for Ukraine's sovereignty. Territorial integrity and its aspirations as we go forward, he said. Biden also told the Ukrainian president that he looks forward to welcoming him to the White House later this summer. Ukraine has been in conflict with Russia for a number of years, and in 2014, Russia invaded the Crimean peninsula. Biden is scheduled to meet with Putin in Geneva next week. Asma Khalid NPR news the White House U S. Census Bureau plans to unveil its final plans to protect people's privacy when it releases the 2020 census results used to redraw voting districts as NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports. Alabama filed suit to try to stop the bureau from implementing those plans. Federal law prohibits the release of personally identifiable information from the census until 72 years after its collected the census. Beer has been developing new privacy protections for the 2020 census results expected by mid August. In a statement to NPR, the bureau says it's been reviewing feedback from the Justice Department and so far, their analysis points to their plans, producing data that would be fit for use for redistricting. But in a federal lawsuit, Alabama's arguing the plans would make the data unusable. The cases currently before three Judge court and is expected to be appealed to the U. S. Supreme Court. Hansi Lo Wang, NPR NEWS New YORK And the Justice Department says it's recovered most of the $4.5 million ransom paid by colonial pipeline in a cyber attack the force the operator of the company's biggest fuel pipeline. You shut down for a time being you're listening to NPR news. This is W m I C in New York. I'm Sean Carlson Governor Andrew Cuomo says New York will end most of its covid restrictions once 70% of adults have received at least one shot..

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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

04:55 min | 3 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Talk dot org First. Here's The News Live from NPR News. I'm Barbara Klein at the ornate National Palace in Guatemala City today, Vice President Harris met with Guatemalan President Alejandro Geometry. To talk about poverty, corruption and human trafficking factors fueling a surge in migration to the US, Maria Martin reports, Guatemala's president remarked. They said he and the vice president spoke about investments in the rural areas from which many migrants come, including expanding the H two temporary worker program to bring laborers to the U. S. For her part, Harris said. Her message to Central Americans is not to risk a dangerous journey do not come, she said. The leaders also said they have frank discussions about stopping corruption. The vice president also said the only people who benefit from those who try to come to the U. S illegally or so called coyotes. At the same time in Washington, D. C. The Justice Department announced today. It's setting up a new task force to combat transnational human smuggling and break up the network, says NPR's Ryan Lucas reports. Attorney General Merrick Garland announced the new effort dubbed Joint Task Force Alpha and a member, two U. S attorneys and other department leaders. Garland says transnational human smuggling and trafficking networks pose a serious criminal threat to the U. S. And a severe danger to migrants. The new task force aims to counter that threat by investigating and prosecuting Those who smuggle migrants into the U. S. The task force will pull together federal prosecutors from Arizona, California and Texas as well as investigators from the FBI, the D E, A and the Department of Homeland Security. Department will also seek to boost assistance to its counterparts in Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. Ryan Lucas. NPR NEWS Washington The FBI says it's recovered most of the $4.5 million ransom in Cryptocurrency, the colonial pipeline paid to hackers. A cyber attack last month forced Colonial to Ha halt. Operations. The Food and Drug Administration has approved a controversial drug designed to slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease. But as NPR's Jon Hamilton reports, the FDA is also demanding more data. The FDA. Okay? The drug education Ahmad for patients in the early stages of Alzheimer's, it will be marketed under the trade name a doodle Patients will receive the drug in monthly infusions. They will also need regular brain scans to detect a side effect, bleeding or swelling in the brain. The drug has proved highly effective at reducing the sticky plaques that build up in the brains of people with Alzheimer's. But two large studies offered conflicting evidence about whether it slows declines in memory and thinking. So as a condition of approval. The FDA is requiring the drugs maker to conduct another study Biogen and aside the company's marketing the drug have yet to announce how much it will cost. Jon Hamilton NPR news This is NPR by for news 88 7 in Houston. I'm Gail DeLaughter. Is what we're working on. For all things considered. We're continuing to follow the case of a woman charged after the disappearance and death of a five year old boy. Theresa Val Bull was in court this morning, A judge raised her bond to $600,000. Samuel Olson was found dead in a Jasper motel room. Six days after Balboa reported him missing. She was a girlfriend of all sins, Father. She is now charged with tampering with evidence. Harris County commissioners will meet in person tomorrow for the first time in over a year. Government reporter Andrew Schneider has a preview. The move comes just one week after Houston City Council resumed in person meetings. Among other developments, commissioners will consider engaging outside legal counsel to deal with the General Land office over Harvey Mitigation funds. Commissioner's court will continue streaming its meetings for the benefit of those who can't attend in person. We're also watching what's ahead and the weather this week, meteorologist Jeff Lindner with the Harris County Flood Control District, says he's not expecting the kind of rain we had last week. Good news is this morning that it looks like quote addicts and Barker or at peak. And those levels should be starting to fall over the next couple days as releases continue down Buffalo by frequent high water locations include Eldridge Parkway and Highway Sets. We're learning about clinical trials in Houston for a covid booster shot. Hananel Solly is with Baylor College of Medicine. She says It isn't clear yet if people will need a booster shot, having said that It's good to be ready just in case booster shots are needed and just in case second generation vaccines are needed. We and others in the country are beginning to do the research. Researchers are now looking for volunteers for the trials, and that includes people who have gotten the Pfizer Moderna.

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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:18 min | 3 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Vice President Kamala Harris continues her travels in Central America to tackle the root cause of mass migration, the minister to migrants at the border About the administration's handling of it. Correspondent Griff Jenkins has more. The vice president's first foreign trip was off to a rough start. Air Force to Today she'll have bilateral meetings with Guatemalan President Alejandro Geometry of migration from Latin America. Meanwhile, foxes Aisha Hosni reports on the border situation in La Hoya, Texas, just a nonstop flow of people coming in. We saw close to 100. People probably total that have come in today just to give themselves up and then agents process them. The administration has pledged $300 million to Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador to address root issues in Dallas police are searching for the suspect in a road rate shooting over the weekend happened around 3 30 Sunday morning, according to Dallas police, they say one North bound vehicle cut off another on stamens freeway near Royal Lane. Officials say the drivers exchanged words the shooter than firing several times at the victim's striking them in the arm. Meanwhile, Dallas police still looking for a shooter that killed her husband and father of three Chris Mersin was west on Highway 20 near the South Polk exit when he was shot dead, a silver SUV believed to have been the suspect's vehicle. Kimberly James W. B. A P News now a check on Texas business sponsored by the law offices. Nickname of here. Spencer McGowan from Network radio. Well, the Dow starts the week up a measly 45 points. That's 34,800 at the opening the NASDAQ's down about an eighth of a percent. West Texas Intermediate crude didn't quite make the 70 level over the weekend. 69 41 a barrel to start and the 10 year Treasury tells us something 1.57% settling back down. That says the bond markets not worried about inflation.

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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:26 min | 3 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WTOP

"CBS News Special Report. Vice President Kamala Harris hit a snafu on her way to Guatemala Air Force to developed a technical problems so she was forced to retune returned to joint beats Andrews in Maryland. Are you okay for you? When reporters asked her if she was OK. The vice president responded that she said a little prayer but that we're good. She'll change planes and will eventually continue on to Central America. CBS is Ed O Keefe is in Guatemala. He spoke to the country's president, Alejandro Geometry through an interpreter. He says migrants are flowing to the U. S. Because of mixed messages from American leader. She doesn't hold back, which is good. She's Frank Thomas. We're not on the same side of the coin on here. The stomach. Incredible. We are in agreement in the what? Which is something we are not in agreement in the house. CBS News Special Report. I'm Wendy Gillette. It's 3 32 as Republicans and the president continued to negotiate over infrastructure spending. A senator seen as the swing vote assesses the progress. West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin commended President Biden and Senate GOP colleagues Shelley Moore Capito for their ongoing talks. While an agreement is not imminent mention, told Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday. He's pleased with the movement. You know, I still have all the confidence in the world. Chris, we're going to get there. My goodness, the president has gone from two point 25 trillion down to $1 trillion. The Republicans have come up quite a bit from where they started Mention, says bipartisan bills already passed this session. Give him hope the two sides can find common ground. Grenouille Scott Fox News mansion is also being in the news by saying he will not vote for the largest overhaul of U. S election law and at least a generation The West Virginia senator is defying his party in the White House, virtually guaranteeing the failure of the legislation after a near party line approval in the House, he says lawmakers should instead focus their energies on revitalizing the landmark Voting Rights Act, which was weakened by a Supreme Court decision in 2013. Just ahead on w T o p Remembering D Day 3 33 me just decided it was time to fix the roof We know is about 20 years old. At that point, you want to make sure you're working someone that really knows what they're doing. Somebody that you know will be around in a few years and that you can call on and feel confident, referring to friends. It's nice in a world where.

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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:47 min | 3 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dot com On the next Brian Lehrer Show, the anniversary of the Tulsa Race massacre is shining a new light on the case for reparations. President Biden supports studying the idea. And says Meanwhile, he has other plans to reduce racial wealth disparities. We'll see what he has in mind. Also, our Friday asked the mayor call in my questions and yours for Mayor Bill de Blasio. The brain layer show at 10 AM on w N. Y. C. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noel King, and I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. The job of vice president of the United States includes two tasks. One is to preside over the Senate and occasionally vote to break ties. The other is whatever assignment the president gives The agenda for Kamala Harris includes a very long term problem. President Biden wants her to address the root causes that have led to mass migration toward the United States from Latin America. She starts for Guatemala this weekend, then goes on to Mexico. NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith will be traveling along. Hi there, Tam. Hello. What is the scale of the problem that Harris wants to address? It is a very serious, very large problem. We've talked on this show before about the record number of people largely from Central America trying to come to the US through the Mexico border. If you look at polling, this is a political red flag for President Biden. A lot of people don't approve of the job that he's doing when it comes to immigration, so As you say, Biden asked Harris to take on this problem, though not all of it right from the start, The White House was firm trying to draw this distinction between border issues, which are not part of her portfolio and addressing the root causes of migration, which is her portfolio. So Harris is focusing on the major challenges that are pushing people to make this perilous journey. Which she says will not be fixed overnight. We have the capacity to give people hope. And hope in particular, in this case that if they stay that help is on the way. This was Harris, speaking at the White House last week, encouraging businesses to invest in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. These are countries that have been hit by natural disasters and have problems with violence, corruption and poverty that go back decades. The pandemic has only made matters worse, but many of the themes are familiar. Six years ago, then vice President Biden was in Guatemala, talking about some of the very same root causes of migration. Let me be Frank. Some of my own government and in the U. S. Congress have asked me quote. How do we know this isn't just going to be business as usual. How is this any different than anything that's come before Well, the president I believe This is the time that it will be different, but it wasn't different. It's really clear. We have a refugee crisis in our hemisphere. Cecilia Munoz was a top aide to former president Barack Obama at the time he gave his vice president this very same portfolio. She says. It's telling that President Biden is running the same play. Now. None of this is easy. All of it is important and it's important to send a signal. We understand We can't fix this at the border. And we understand what it means to be a regional leader and a global leader. Harris is already announced some funding to help with food shortages and disaster recovery. But a question looming over Harris trip is how to make sure this time really is different. Mazin Alpha Key is a senior advisor to Harris. We are taking a very critical eye at the programs that that have and have not been successful and looking to scale up ones that have been. We're also looking to broaden partnerships. Understanding that the U. S government and foreign assistance alone cannot tackle this problem, but Harris needs willing partners. Jose cartoonist served in the George W. Bush administration. The problem year after year is that entrenched interests in these countries are not interested in economic reform. And yes, they will tell American officials they'll tell the Yankees everything that they want to hear. But when the Yankees sleeve it's back to business as usual. And while the work Harris is undertaking could yield long term improvements, Cartoonist says. There's an immediate political crisis. He says the Biden administration softer approach to border enforcement is likely drawing migrants to try to make it. Harris will not be visiting the border on this trip. Underscoring that she sees her role is working with people in Central America and Mexico. The president knew just what kind of buzz saw he was sending his vice president into when he gave her this assignment. Benjamin Gordon worked on Obama's National Security Council, he says Harris has an impossible assignment. Because there's an expectation that she should somehow be able to deliver immediate results. Republicans have already keyed in on this, Gordon says Getting longer term results may be just as hard. The longer term project is much harder because it's to give hope in this region that you can have decent governance and transparent government and less corruption. And so there will be real solutions to violence and poverty and the lack of economic opportunity. Corruption is going to be a major topic on this trip, and a lot of this is a continuation of the work Biden tried to do is vice president work that went by the wayside during the trump years, which were all about enforcement. But unless the deeper problems are fixed, it's hard to convince companies to invest and without investments. Jobs are limited and people look to America. I've been listening to our colleague Tamara Keith, who will be traveling with the vice president next week and tomorrow. I think these countries are also looking to America for vaccines, aren't they? Yes, for the Covid 19 vaccines. And yesterday, Harris called the two presidents who she'll be meeting with. On this trip, Mexico's undress Manuel Lopez Obrador and President Alejandro Geometry of Guatemala. She called them separately to tell them the good news. They're getting vaccines. They're getting a portion of The dose is that the administration is sending out this month. Vaccines will also be going to Honduras, El Salvador and other Latin American countries. Um, you know, the Biden administration has taken a lot of criticism for being slow to share vaccines with the world. But now the U. S, is throwing itself into vaccine sharing and is trying to Galvanized the leads The world's leading economies to get behind this push is the U. S doing enough, though. Global health advocates tell me that much more will be needed. And the White House says they do plan to share many more doses when they come online. They have something like half a billion more doses on order than they actually need to vaccinate every American Part of what's going on in Latin America is China and Russia were really quick to send in doses of their vaccines, often with strings attached. And now the U. S. Is trying to come in a little bit later. And Harris certainly will deliver this message on her trip and say the U. S. Is now here to help its neighbors. Tamara, Thanks for your insights and safe travels to you. Thank you. That's NPR's Tamara Keith, who will be traveling with the vice president next week. When the U. S government sent out stimulus payments during the pandemic, it made a mistake. It sent more than a billion dollars to dead people and to citizens of other countries who are not eligible for the money. Sacha Pfeiffer of NPR's investigations team has learned. The IRS is trying to get some of that money back, and it is causing legal mayhem overseas. Craig Refn ER is a lawyer who about 25 years ago moved from the United States to Micronesia in the Pacific Ocean, But he's kept his U. S citizenship and files U. S taxes. Which makes him eligible for stimulus payments. He put his first one for $1200 in his account at the Bank of Guam, and I deposited it and there was no question when a problem at all when his second check arrived for $600, he did the same thing. And then later that night, I looked at my account my noticed that it had a huge negative transaction. And I was like, what in the world could have happened. What happened is the Bank of Guam put a hold on Refiners check. It also froze stimulus checks deposited by other customers. It did that after the U. S. Treasury sent the bank a letter obtained by NPR asking for help recovering tax payments. The IRS had issued an error. The bank eventually gave Ruffner back his money. But others never got their checks back because the bank returned the money to the IRS. Dozens of customers in Micronesia are now suing the Bank of Guam to national police officers arrived at my workplace requesting to speak to me. That's Cody Spence, He's a U. S. Citizen..

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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:43 min | 5 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Like I'm to McGuire at the news conference, San Diego police Chief David Nice lips and so called ghost guns like the self made weapon used by a gunman Thursday night are a growing problem. We've seen 100 69% increase. An unseen realized or ghost guns. From from 2020, and we're already close to surpassing last year's number of guns found in the community, and it's only the end of April that so it's comments courtesy of KGTV. Abide administration's policy towards Central America is now starting starting to take shape. His vice president Harris takes the lead. Harrison. Other administration officials on Thursday laid out a new approach to the region that will try to tackle both the challenges created by Central American governments and why so many of their citizens are deciding to make the trip to the U. S. President Biden the last month appointed Harris as the administration's point person on regional migration. Since then, she's been in close contact with top Mexican and Guatemalan officials and on Wednesday announced plans to visit Guatemala and meet with President Alejandro Geometry, a Tony Bennett reporting. For these stories, a town hall dot com Tell me why relief factories so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question beaten, says Talbot, the father and son founders of really Factor Tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right. Designed to heal on now I agree. The doctors who formulated really factor for Pete and self selected the four best ingredients 100% drug free ingredients. Each help your body deal with inflammation. That's correct. Each of the four ingredients deal with inflammation on a different metabolic pathway that right they're approaching your pain from four different angles may very well be. Why so many Americans find such wonderful pain relief if you have back pain, shoulder, neck, hip, knee or foot pain from exercise, or even just getting older. You must order the three week quick start now discounted the only 1995 to see if it will work for you, too. I think it could give your body what it needs to heal itself. Got to really factored outcome. Call 805 183 84 early factor dot com. Minnesota court has had a June sentencing date for Derek Chauvet, who was convicted of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd Online court records say show VIN will be sentenced on June 16th 1:30 P.M. by Judge Peter Cahill. As a head of a county judge who oversaw the triumph. The 45 year old Children was convicted this week of second degree, unintentional murder, third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. Millions of Americans now find themselves behind on their rent payments and estimated 8.8 million, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. While relief efforts have helped red is still going to come do the federal government has approved two rounds of rental assistance worth more than 46 billion total. The money for the second round will begin going out in May. But readers may need help navigating the system to access the aid, which is doled out at a state territory. Tribal or local level more from town hall dot com. A pair of lawsuits blame energy and boat companies for a fatal capsizing in the Gulf of Mexico. We get more details and the ongoing search for the victims as well from correspondent Mike Ross you first lawsuits have been filed over last week's offshore oil industry vessel disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. The 2 $25 million lawsuits were filed in Texas State Court in Houston by an attorney representing Hannah, Desperate and Krista Virtue or both of Louisiana. Asked its husband and virtues fiance are among seven people missing and presumed dead. As of Friday, six bodies had been recovered and identified six of the 19 people who were on board when.

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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"500 per day. This is a 10% drop in average cases from the prior week and a hopeful trend. Well, it's public higher education system will require that students, faculty and staff returning to campus is in the fall. You vaccinated against covert 19 University System of Maryland Chancellor J Permit, announce a decision in a statement. The announcement comes a day after the 10 campus University of California System and the 23 campus California State University System said they intended require vaccines in the foam that was the largest announcement of its kind of the American higher education system. The Maryland policy will allow appropriate exemptions for medical or religious reasons. But Tiger reporting the bite administration's policy towards Central America is starting to take shape as vice president. Harris takes the lead on a potentially treacherous portfolio that straddles diplomacy and migration. Harrison other administration officials on Thursday laid out a new approach to the region that will try to tackle both the challenges created by Central American governments and why so many of their citizens are deciding to make the trek to the U. S. President Biden last month appointed Harris as the administration's point person on regional migration. Since then, she's been in close contact with top Mexican and Guatemalan officials and on Wednesday announced plans to visit Guatemala and meet with President Alejandro Geometry, a Bernie Bennett reporting New Hampshire Republican Party called out Vice President Harris for visiting the wrong border. While Harris visited New Hampshire Friday. She came under fire. A lot of visiting the southern border. After being tapped by the president to be the point person and.

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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Starts. This is a mystery canyon manners. That's a matter of concern because as soon as they cross the border between Mexico and the U S, a man of the cartel Adela Drollas traffic fall into the hands of cartels Constitution that worked and so on. That was Guatemalan President Alejandro Geometry, a And obviously it was translated. Chad knocking me she gave me Note this morning. That said the House of Representatives was set to pass Shirley Jackson Lee's slavery Reparations Commission bill today. And I can't even bring myself to check and see if they did. It should die in the Senate. These are the sorts of things that Shirley Jackson Lee is up to. They built to create a commission to study and implement a system to provide federal reparations. The descendants of black slaves, The Washington Examiner reports. The Judiciary Committee run by Democrats is expected to advance the legislation to the House floor in a vote on Wednesday. This bill was introduced three decades ago by the late congressman John Conyers, a Michigan Democrat. And the measure gain traction in the last two years after Democrats regained control of Congress and a new racial justice movement spread across the nation. Me say this in no uncertain terms. Reparations is a divisive issue designed to split black people. From being independent, politically. The Democrats cannot afford to lose their 90 plus percent control of the black bloc. They don't.

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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Wave of migrants unaccompanied Children starts. This is a mystery canyon manners. That's a matter of concern because as soon as they cross the border between Mexico and the U. S, a man of the loose cartilage melodramas that traffic fall into the hands of cartels Constitution that worked and so on. That was Guatemalan President Alejandro Geometry, a And obviously it was translated. Chad knocking me she gave me Note this morning. This said the House of Representatives was set to pass Shirley Jackson Lee's Slavery Reparations Commission bill today. And I can't even bring myself to check and see if they did. It should die in the Senate. These are the sorts of things that Shirley Jackson Lee is up to a bill to create a commission to study and implement a system to provide federal reparations. The descendants of black slaves, The Washington Examiner reports. The Judiciary Committee run by Democrats is expected to advance the legislation to the House floor in a vote on Wednesday. This bill was introduced three decades ago by the late congressman John Conyers, a Michigan Democrat. And the measure gain traction in the last two years after Democrats regained control of Congress and a new racial justice movement spread across the nation. Me say this in no uncertain terms. Reparations is a divisive issue designed to split black people. From being independent, politically. The Democrats cannot afford to lose their 90 plus percent control of the black bloc..

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"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:41 min | 6 months ago

"alejandro geometry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"C FM HD and AM New York. Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying as sexual misconduct allegations Mount, the governor of New York is defying calls from members of his own party to step down. I'm not going to resign. I was not elected by the politicians. I was elected by the people Democrat Andrew Cuomo in a tele briefing today, reacting to calls from two high profile lawmakers from estate U. S representatives Jerry Nadler and Alexandria Ocasio Cortez. They've joined the majority of state lawmakers in calling for Cuomo's resignation after six women, including former staffers alleged the governor had sexually harassed or assaulted them. Politicians. Who don't know a single fact. Yet form a conclusion and then opinion Are, in my opinion, reckless and dangerous. Cuomo denies the sexual misconduct allegations. The Manhattan district attorney whose office has been investigating the finances of former President Donald Trump, is not running for re election this year. NPR's Hanzee Lo Wang reports that leaves the district attorney nine months to work on the case before leaving office at the end of the year. Cy Vance's, said two and three terms as Manhattan's top prosecutor with the most high profile investigation of his career. The district attorney's office began looking into the finances of former President Donald Trump about three years ago following allegations that the Trump organization improperly recorded payments. During the 2016 campaign. There were tied to hush money used to silence women who claim to have had extramarital affairs with Trump. Last month, Vance's office got ahold of millions of pages of Trump's tax returns and other financial statements. The next district attorney in Manhattan, a democratic stronghold, is expected to be determined in the June primary. Lindsay Lo Wang NPR NEWS New York One month after the Biden administration said it would authorize more than 60,000 refugees to come to the United States this year. No further action has been taken. NPR's Tom Dalton says. Refugee groups claim that more than 700 people approve for travel here have had their reservations canceled. President Biden's announcement that his administration would once again welcome refugees to the United States was greeted enthusiastically by the agencies in charge of resettling them. But there's still no green light for the process to begin, and the refugee groups are frustrated and impatient. A zoo. Same Agudo working for world relief in Memphis, says his brother and his family in Burundi were among those cleared to travel and airport welcoming party had even been arranged for them. When I told him that's the flight was constant. We'll see how it was super sad. The refugee groups say the administration has offered no explanation for the delay in Green lighting, REFUGEE travel. Tom Delton NPR news The Dow Jones industrial Average is up more than 200 points. You're listening to NPR news. Guatemala is observing three days of mourning for 16 migrants who were killed near the Mexico U. S border in late January. There remains were returned to their home country today. Bodies were located in the burned wreckage of a pickup truck in Kamata go 12. Mexican police officers were arrested in connection with the attack on the group of migrants. Earlier this month. Guatemalan President Alejandro Geometry a said five survivors were under protection in the U. S. The International Federation of Journalists has released its annual report on the killing of journalists around the globe. Teri Schultz reports last year was a deadly one, especially with the number of fatalities rising by more than a third over 2019. 65 journalists and media workers lost their lives last year on the job up from 49 a year earlier. Most of those killings were in Mexico, followed by Afghanistan and due to targeted attacks, bombings and cross fire incidents. It's the 30th year, the International Federation for Journalists has tracked the number of journalists fatalities, which totals 2680 over that period. 229 members of the press are currently imprisoned for their work. That's Teri Schultz reporting There's a new tourist attraction in Brooklyn honoring illegal giant and hometown hero, A statue of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Unveiled in downtown Brooklyn this morning with the speakers at the ceremony. Mayoral hopeful and Borough President Eric Adams says Ginsburg was not only a champion for women. She impacted the lives of Americans. Visitors will reportedly be able to stand on the steps of.

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