23 Burst results for "Alice Park"

"alice park" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

06:08 min | 2 months ago

"alice park" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Then we'll give credit. I was state, but really, we have to start talking about the Ravens. Think, James. You handled it with aplomb. Congratulate. Appreciate a kid. I mean, it was pretty wild game at the end there, though, so it was wild. It was wild. Dealing with the distractions was not my strong suit in that situation. Just because I'm usually it's on a Saturday and I have to deal with it on a Saturday and I wasn't ready to handle it here on a Friday afternoon America I apologize. Otherwise you have a good Thanksgiving. It's not bad. How about yourself? It's not everybody's you know, it really was down because they had to. Everybody had to sit and be home and be safe. This is nothing new for me. Um, I've told this story a couple of times when my grandmother died. When I was seven. You ready for this? James is kind of sad. We just decided to have Thanksgiving at home. It's always just me. I'm an only child. It was me, my mother and my father. And what sucked about it is I would see these commercials with people eating Thanksgiving dinner and I remember very slightly. I have a very good memory for a lot of stuff in my personal history. Remember very slightly. Not vividly that we ate earlier. My dad used to make us wait. You're ready for this six o'clock teeth Thanksgiving dinner. It's late. That's that is extensive, too late to be eating Thanksgiving dinner. We because it was just US five because I got three kids and they don't really there. I mean, Jona eats turkey. But he's one you don't know any better. I'm sure he'll it'll fall out of favor when he's when he gets a little older, just like the other two does. We had, like four yesterday. And even then I'm kind of like tapping my watch going. You know what? Let's get going here. Yeah, I think like 44. 30 is kind of like the range that I would like to eat it on Thanksgiving every year. Honestly, I'd like to start it around to. I think two o'clock That's like, totally got Thanksgiving lunch, though. That's fine. That's fine because I can eat it all day. That's fair. But eating it's six o'clock you will remember was always dark. It's just like, really, everybody else's eaten, and I'm going, man and we're just starting now. I don't even know because my dad's not even a drinker. My mom and she would have a couple of Bush lot stays here in there. You know, my dear mom. I didn't even know it was a drinking holiday until I got older. Cause my parents did not take Thanksgiving very seriously at all. One year they decided that they were going to go down to the fine. Alice Park. Will stay at the House Down Open Alice Park. I ended up going to a girlfriend's for Thanksgiving. At the time. We ended up eating ravioli. It's never been taken. One time They sprung it on me. They took me to the hometown buffet, and that was an entirely different experience because I was sitting there and there's this guy. We're in a velvet sweatsuit. And it was like a like as weird green like member George Costanza when he's in sconce in velvet, right? It's like that, except it's green. And he's got this handkerchief, but I might tell us again tomorrow I guaran damn tee. He's got this handkerchief bib, and it's got a safety pin, and it's right around his neck. And this guy's the size of a house. And I'm a large person, James. I think you've seen me. I'm quite large. All right. At the time. I was in much better shape, but I'm quite large. And so I'm sitting there. The place is packed. I could not believe how packed this place was. I hated being there. I hated the whole ordeal. I couldn't believe we went the hometown buffet. Nothing against hometown buffet. They make a fine dinner. I'm sure but I couldn't believe we were going there for Thanksgiving. I couldn't believe my parents have asked that they decide to half ass. It. And we go there were sitting down and I'm my dad's eat. My mom's eaten and me me. I am un appetizer by the entire meal because we're sitting right next to this family, and there is this guy and he's wearing Air monarchs like offshoot Air monarchs. A green velvet sweatsuit with a handmade hand knitted handkerchief safety pinned to his To his like right around his collar. And you commented on the turkey and they're talking about the food and he's talking about it looking so more he looks good giant baby. I'm just going. What am I doing my life. I'm gonna end up like this guy here. I mean, he's an only child. But perhaps it was. He was an only child, James and I'm looking at him and I could not stop staring at these people and they were right next to me like if they were staring at me like I would have got up and said, What's your problem? Do you have a problem? Do we need to sell this out in the parking lot? I'm just staring at him the whole time. And he's all this. Turkey is so moist mother, the turkey ist so all my goodness. Great. How did they do it? This Turkey is so he kept commenting on how moist the turkey was on. I couldn't eat. Don't just sit there staring at him going. What is life become, And if I continue down this path, it's going to be me. My mother, my father and I might as well get myself fitted for a velvet sweatsuit slap on another £100 and away we go to hometown buffet. Not only is he looking disturbing T o people around him. He's also saying words like moist. That was one of the worst words in the English language. I don't even have Don't even have Don't have a problem with the word moist. I know a lot of people have problems. The word moist that I'm sorry. Don't have a problem with it, but he just kept commenting on it and go. This is the highlight of this man's This man's life right here. This is the highlight of his year He's gonna go home and they're gonna watch Lawrence Welk on PBS when this is over. And for all I know he probably if they could have went to a buffet this year, they probably would have went to a buffet this year. And he may be very well at home, or you know what For All I know, he probably still lives in that house and his parents probably died but are still in that house somewhere in that house right now. Donna can Ohio I could only imagine right now, James. Just so awful for you every year, and you'd like it was it was a half ass Thanksgiving dinner, Or did you just say there was there was great Thanksgiving dinners, but it was always just with us three. And then it just got to this weird place. My parents stopped caring about the Thanksgiving dinner. It's basically Kenny. You're on your own. Great..

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Nevada caucuses live updates: Sanders looks strong as votes trickle in

Kim Komando

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Nevada caucuses live updates: Sanders looks strong as votes trickle in

"Clark Democrats in Nevada making their choices on caucus day early votes being read out of this caucus site right now it's too early for A. B. C. news to project a winner but based on early entrance poll estimates senator Bernie Sanders is leading in initial preferences ABC's Alex stone is out of caucus site Brian in this precinct they just wrapped up the win about an hour or so with this cocky site only Bernie Sanders was found to have been a viable candidate there were a couple of others who wanted Biden and booted chads but they didn't have enough to be viable so only Bernie Sanders in this precinct will get delegates out of this location that aligns with the voter preferences that we have heard today from the entrance polls the voters per first Sanders here in Nevada in a few hours we may begin hearing some of the official results Brian as for reporting the results Alex A. B. C. deputy political director Mary Alice parks at a caucus cited bolaget hotel they called and they had a secure access lines they also sent a picture of their work sheets into a secured basically tax message bank where they sent the picture of their

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Nevada Dems hope to avoid Iowa-like debacle in caucuses

First Light

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Nevada Dems hope to avoid Iowa-like debacle in caucuses

"Nevada's caucus is are up next on the road to the White House extreme measures being taken to ensure there's no repeat of the Iowa to block all the national Democratic Party knows that they have to do this a lot better and they've been telling everyone they have a plan to make sure that it is not the same to buckle as in Iowa they scrapped an old after they've been planning to use that instead they gave all of the precincts shares these party issued iPads with a new app pre loaded they have the voter preference cars translated into a lot of different languages they tell us ABC's merry Alice parks

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"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

"Past week for another debate ABC news deputy political director Mary Alice parks spent the week in the morning and first thing A. B. C. sherry Preston asterisk how's the impeachment plane in the heartland I think democratic voters are trying to talk about anything else and want to hear any other pitch from the candidates that are running they want to talk about what the candidates are gonna do for them to lower health care costs to work on wages and benefits and jobs I frankly was I have been to a lot of campaign events where voters stand up and ask questions hardly anyone asks questions related to impeachment what do you think that is I mean they were such a big poll to say we've got a president trump out of office that's a number one priority but now when they're talking about actually you know doing that nobody wants to talk about it I think it's a number of things one I think there's fatigue on the issue you're right that people and talking about it for a really long time there's also just not been a lot of difference between the candidates we've seen a number of the democratic candidates give almost identical talking points on the issue they fundamentally look at the evidence the house is presented and think that the president did something wrong they stood with the at the pool see through all of this and they're pushing for more witnesses in the Senate so I think democratic voters feel like it's not where they're going to see a difference between the candidates when we talk about what happened in the debates on we can't let it go by without talking about what happened between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and what happened afterwards that audio that was released where they were talking about one of them calling the other a liar right you see senator Bernie Sanders with his hands out looking to shake a little more and hand and she recoils and then the released audio where we hear her saying one of the discussion of the destruction you called me he told me one.

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"alice park" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"alice park" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Trail there's only two and a half weeks until the Iowa caucuses six of the Democrats run stage this week for another debate the city's deputy political director Mary Alice park spent the week in the morning first thing we after playing in the heartland I think democratic voters are trying to talk about anything else and want to hear any other pitch from the candidates that are running they want to talk about what the candidates are gonna do for them to lower health care costs to work on wages and benefits and jobs I frankly was I have been to a lot of campaign events where voters stand up and ask questions are the anyone asks questions related to impeachment what do you think that is I mean there were such a big poll to say we got to get president trump out of office that's a number one priority but now when they're talking about actually you know doing that nobody wants to talk about it I think it's a number of things one I think there's fatigue on the issue you're right that people and talking about it for a really long time there's also just not been a lot of difference between the candidates we've seen a number of the democratic candidates give almost identical talking points on the issue they fundamentally look at the evidence the house is presented and think that the president did something wrong they've stayed with the at the pelo see through all of this and they're pushing for more witnesses in the Senate so I think democratic voters feel like it's not where they're going to see a difference between the candidates when we talk about what happened in the debate we can't let it go by without talking about what happened between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and what happened afterwards that audio that was released where they were talking about one of them calling the other a liar right you see senator Bernie Sanders with his hand out looking to shake a little more in hand and she recoils and then the released audio where we hear her saying national right now one of the discussion of the discussion you called me you told me our listener.

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"alice park" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"alice park" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Trail there's only two and a half weeks until the Iowa caucuses six of the Democrats run stage this week for another debate the city's deputy political director merry Alice park spent the week in the morning the thing we after playing in the heartland I think democratic voters are trying to talk about anything else and want to hear any other pitcher from the candidates that are running they want to talk about what the candidates are gonna do for them to lower health care costs to work on wages and benefits in jobs I frankly was I have been to a lot of campaign events where voters stand up and ask questions hardly anyone asks questions related to impeachment what do you think that is I mean there were such a big poll to say we got to get president trump out of office that's a number one priority but now when they're talking about actually you know doing that nobody wants to talk about it I think it's a number of things one I think there's fatigue on the issue you're right that people been talking about it for a really long time there's also just not been a lot of difference between the candidates we've seen a number of the democratic candidates give almost identical talking points on the issue they fundamentally look at the evidence the house is presented and think that the president did something wrong they've stayed with after pelo see through all of this and they're pushing for more witnesses in the Senate so I think democratic voters feel like it's not where they're going to see a difference between the candidates when we talk about what happened in the debate we can't let it go by without talking about what happened between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and what happened afterwards that audio that was released where they were talking about one of them calling the other a liar right you see senator Bernie Sanders with his hand out looking to shake a little more in hand and she recoils and then the released audio where we hear her saying well I think national right now one of the discussion of the destruction you called me you told me on the floor.

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"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

"Past week for another debate ABC news deputy political director Mary Alice park spent a week in the morning so the first thing ABC sherry prestin after was how's the impeachment playing in the heartland I think democratic voters are trying to talk about anything else and want to hear any other pitcher from the candidates that are running they want to talk about what the candidates are gonna do for them to lower health care costs to work on wages and benefits and jobs I frankly was I have been to a lot of campaign events where voters stand up and ask questions hardly anyone asks questions related to impeachment what do you think that is I mean they were such a big poll to say we had a president trump out of office that's a number one priority but now when they're talking about actually you know doing that nobody wants to talk about it I think it's a number of things one I think there's fatigue on the issue you're right that feeling talking about it for a really long time there's also just not been a lot of difference between the candidates we've seen a number of the democratic candidates give almost identical talking points on the issue they fundamentally look at the evidence the house is presented and think that the president did something wrong they stood with the F. T. pelo see through all of this and they're pushing for more witnesses in the Senate so I think democratic voters feel like it's not where they're going to see a difference between the candidates when we talk about what happened in the debate we can't let it go by without talking about what happened between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and what happened afterwards that audio that was released where they were talking about one of them calling the other liars right you see senator Bernie Sanders with his hand out looking to shake a little more in hand and she recoils and then the released audio where we hear her saying.

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Sanders surges as progressives flock to him over Warren

WBZ Midday News

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Sanders surges as progressives flock to him over Warren

"Six six democratic presidential candidates will take to the stage tomorrow night for the latest debate a new poll from the des Moines register showing that senator Bernie Sanders has taken a small lead over popular candidates like senator Elizabeth Warren and former vice president Joe Biden A. B. C.'s merry Alice parks is in Iowa with how Warren could have lost a small amount of support and some new number she took a little bit of a hit for her back and forth on Medicare for all I think she kind of took it from both sides to be honest there are some who are not fans of the policy in the democratic primary who didn't love that she was wishy washy and there are some who really saw her as a progressive alternative to Bernie Sanders who believe fundamentally in the push towards Medicare for all and they also didn't like that she seemed a little bit less inclined to go full throttle on that issue meantime senator Warren says that she's disappointed in that Sanders is trying to bad mouth her she responded to reports that Sanders campaign gave volunteers talking points that describe Warren as a candidate favored by elites senator warned urged Sanders to take his campaign in a new direction and called for unity in the Democratic Party Sanders suggested that the media was exaggerating the issue we also sitting never directed anyone to make statements like that against senator warrants

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Vaping-related lung transplant performed at Detroit hospital

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Vaping-related lung transplant performed at Detroit hospital

"On October fifteenth a team at the Henry Ford hospital in Detroit perform what they believe is the first double lung transplant for vaping injury victim Dr Lisa Alice park is a pulmonary specialist they described a sixteen year old with vaping induced lung injury there was no longer able to access any doctor who Sunday may a cardio thoracic surgeon said the patient's lungs were like nothing he'd seen in twenty years of performing long transplants inflammation and scarring in addition to multiple spots of dead tissue the sixteen year old patient is off the ventilator but weak after being integrated for almost a month doctors say they're bringing this case to public attention because they and the patient's family are worried about the preventable epidemic of it being long injury I'm Jennifer king

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Beshear declares victory, but Bevin won't concede

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Beshear declares victory, but Bevin won't concede

"Off year elections Tuesday Democrats took full control of Virginia's legislature for the first time in more than two decades in Kentucky Democrat Andy Bashir appears to have posted Republican incumbent Matt Bevin who's not conceding that and promised to fight it out in the long run even talked about the possibility of a recount in the Democrat were to win it would be a significant upset president trump won the southern state by twenty nine point eight percentage points in two thousand sixteen A. B. C.'s merry Alice parks

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Bernie Sanders faces a moment of truth in next debate

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Bernie Sanders faces a moment of truth in next debate

"Another democratic presidential debate tomorrow night twelve candidates this time of the nineteen still running Bernie Sanders says he'll be there and political analyst Mary Alice park says this could be make or break for him post heart attack this is his re entry to the campaign trail since he put everything on hold after his heart attack he's gonna have to show the country those democratic voters that he's ready to go I mean there's the physical aspect of standing onstage standing up for three hours during a debate but also how does he deal with those personal questions on the national stage this will be the first debate in which billionaire Tom Steiner will take pardon Tulsi Gabbard will be back after not making the cut the last time this debate at Otterbein university in Ohio is a C. N. N. and New York times production which will be simulcasted on

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"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

"While many Democrats increased house speaker Nancy Pelosi supporter of impeachment. it is far from unanimous ABC's deputy political director Mary Alice park spoke with Erin to Turkey and Karen Travers on most of the democratic candidates are in favor of this impeachment inquiry but but not all right that's correct and a lot of ways this has been another good week for center lives with foreign because remember she was the first tune very definitively say that she worked for impeachment months ago. and in some of the the the Democrats have sort of worried that this is taking the the party down a path that it really doesn't want to go and that was the case at least when this was all about Russia and and Robert Muller the did the calculus change. absolutely the calculus changed look it still politically risky no one on either side is sure how the politics of this shakes out and anyone who says no I've been given to all of it I mean you have a party saying fundamentally the president abuse of power and if you go through this. of making the case day in and day out for the next few months that could really change from voters mine I've talked to a number of twenty twenty eight democratic campaign that fate luck we were never going to be able to make a bigger moral argument against the president our party leadership back on Capitol Hill she didn't do something the politics might be risky some rotors might think it's a bridge too far it might distract from the kitchen table issues like healthcare and infrastructure but that doesn't mean that this isn't good for us politically in the long run Alice's Karen Travers a you know that point about shifting the focus away from the kitchen table issues here what's the risk there for the democratic contenders they're out on the campaign trail they're talking policy and trying not to talk about president trump does this force them to now make impeachment and what's happening on Capitol Hill a part of their regular stump speech a part of their message on the trail hard to see how it's a load of bull anyway this will largely be the backdrop in which the rest of the campaign will be locked they're going to ask a question they're going to have to respond to it I mean we're talking about a handful of fittings senators who were also presidential campaign Canada so this goes over to the Senate they're gonna be the one there on Capitol Hill involved in a real direct way so yes I think absolutely it it right it will be reflected on the campaign trail in speeches in questions like order but I wonder if in some way it leads the candidates off some of the conversation back to the help they can say yes I take your question I answer it but now regret the rest of your questions and at the close the and I'm going to talk about healthcare maybe it let them check a box that for this they were still really hard about what is Nancy Pelosi now get everybody on the same page me because we have seen the democratic caucus in the house just all. all over the map and she said to really kind of push down some rebellions from some of the more progressive members some of the newer and younger members now that she's put her stamp of approval and in ways on this day is going to be able to rein everybody and get everybody to sing from the same tune I think that's what's been really remarkable up about the last two weeks there's been significantly more messages different clan around this latest round of allegations regarding the Ukrainian call EDCs Mary Alice parks Karen Travers and hearing conter ski here on komo.

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"alice park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"alice park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Need to stick around in what is going to take to win the trust of voters all kinds of Democrats independents like Obama trump voters and even disaffected Republicans and bring the country together around beating the hateful politics of Donald Trump is running for reelection to his house seat he says he's re launching his organization serving America that tries to get service driven Democrats elected in tough races and with Maldonado the race it makes two candidates this week to drop their campaigns following washing governor Jay Inslee former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper and California college and Eric Swalwell have also dropped out ABC news deputy political director merry Alice park says this may be the beginning of a pattern that will accelerate voters have been eager for the field to start to narrow and that's why the Democratic Party put in place these benchmarks that candidates have to meet in order to qualify for the debates campaigns only have until Wednesday to meet those requirements and qualify for our duty in September and frankly some campaigns no but they're just not going to hit the mark the ABC sponsored debate takes place September twelfth and thirteenth in Houston leaders of the world's biggest economies will meet this weekend in France the G. seven summit we have a preview from CBS's Weezer hang these leaders are expected to really focus on the weakening global economy and you know the president of France is the host Emmanuel macron he has filled the entire summit is sort of fighting against in a quality saying that a small club of rich companies will no longer be the ones determining the balances of the world in so Sir only the economy will be a big focus British prime minister Boris Johnson will make his first appearance as a world leader at the weekend summit is taking a high stakes gamble trying to force the European Union to re open brexit talks his political opponents are plotting to bring him down the aisle with a no confidence vote next month when parliament returns from its summer recess well it was not a good day for Wall Street five thirty eight the stock markets today took a nose dive Wall Street is feeling pessimistic about the trade war after China announced retaliatory tariffs on US goods and president trump responded by saying he's ordering US firms to find alternatives to China the Dow plummeted six hundred twenty three points to twenty five thousand six hundred twenty nine the nasdaq dropped two hundred thirty nine points to seventy seven fifty one the S. and P. fell seventy five points to twenty eight forty seven the president also lit up third year Jerome pal on Twitter after Powell's Jackson Hole Wyoming speech did not spell out an upcoming rate cut only setting the stage for a potential move Jason Brooks CBS news.

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"alice park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"alice park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Back the house last cycle by electing twenty one service driven Democrats in tough districts across America to work with all of you to keep the house to flip the Senate and to win back state houses across the country next November as those down ballot races are just as important as a presidential also will be seeking reelection there are only a few days left for the presidential candidates who are left to qualify for the September democratic primary debate the third round of those debates are sponsored by ABC merry Alice park styles as what the candidates can do to make the debate stage may need donors small dollar grass root donors individual donors for a number of states but they also need to show that they're moving in the polls and the polls are important because it's only national polls for early state polls which counts so some candidates have been able to really spend advertising dollars to boost their name ID and some of those early states and and basically qualify because they've met some marks in the early St Pauling's in that way for the next debate will be September twelfth and thirteenth in Houston president trump heading overnights overseas for the weekend G. seven summit in France there is a full agenda for the world leaders ABC's Meredith McGraw's in France in trump is coming here tomorrow and of course will be meeting with six different world leaders according to the White House and it seems the most excited about meeting with United Kingdom is Boris Johnson I will be their first one on one meeting and the president said that he's hoping to potentially reach.

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"alice park" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"alice park" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Dwyer in merry Alice park spoke to an expert about the problem Bradley miles as the chief executive of the of the Polaris project which runs the national human trafficking hotline let's just start with what is human sex trafficking what it how would you know if you saw it yeah so there's a federal bill the trafficking victims protection act it defines three types of trafficking child sex trafficking as any child under the age of eighteen being exploited in the sex trade that's we saw here this case adult sex trafficking is any adult eighteen or over who's in the sex trade by force fraud or coercion and then there's a whole piece on labor trafficking which is any child or adult is forced to work with force or coercion he got three types of trafficking this one is all about child sex trafficking and from your research how common is this in the United States for under age women we see the numbers in the hundreds of thousands so we're looking at kids who have run away from home and they're valuable on the streets on homeless youth we see kids being recruited in the foster care system because trafficking is all about abusing power over vulnerability that's what this case is all about he had tons of power he was preying on people who are vulnerable other traffickers do the same thing so they seek out kids that they now have already been abusive or even the collected over to run away from home maybe LGBT Q. kids who came out to their parents and got kicked out of their house traffickers are looking to prey on that vulnerability that's the power dynamic at the core of this issue and what we would have to stand out like as signs of it we see we you know I was traveling to New York couple weeks ago I saw signs up in the hotel that said if you see something say something report human trafficking but what what people's was we looking for what's a sign that this is happening in front of the great question a lot of the signs point toward the national hotline in airports and hotels and others we appreciate that I I think that the tough thing is there's not one single telltale sign right it's it's not like there's this one syllable it means trusting your gut it's it's seeing an overly dominating relationship or someone is very fearful of another person you sometimes see that in hospital settings are health care settings or someone's kind of afraid maybe someone you try to speak to them directly also question someone else jumps in and says all answer for her and you're like well why can't she has of herself right someone who's clearly kind of out of place where they're walking around at you know tons of cold weather but they're not wearing appropriate clothing all these different sides of something triggers in your gut we encourage people to call the national and we get about two hundred calls a day from around the country we learn about eleven thousand cases of trafficking a year and so we get to see all the patterns of how this really plays out and it keeps coming back to people in power abusing people who are vulnerable to say we do have the number up on the screen here to one eight eight eight three seven three seven eight eight eight eight do you feel like the numbers are going in the right direction I mean you're these numbers are staggering it's hard to even fathom that that many many victims our own country today do you think law enforcement is getting better smarter are people getting hurt more aware more able to recognize the signs I I think the movement is growing I'm I'm hopeful I think awareness is out there are way more than it was I started as working two thousand two when I would go around talking about those people that I know when I was talking about right now most police are trained I think now their task forces I think now most frontline professionals like hotel workers are trained yet we're still not seeing on not flown force make capacity and service writer capacity to really build a strong robust trafficking field I think we need more investment in the field but I I still do think though that the issue has so much vulnerability out there whether not as migrants traveling whether or not it's people fleeing natural disasters weather gods people in foster care and traffickers are sitting there looking to prey on that vulnerability so as long as the fault lines are out there in society traffickers are looking to kick people while they're down about this issue is taking advantage of people like in this case a lot of these girls were vulnerable an important discussion there Bradley miles the chief executive of the Polaris project five twenty six.

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"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

"Charges against financier Jeffrey dean center around sex trafficking agencies Devin Dwyer in merry Alice park spoke to the next Bradley miles chief executive of the pullers project that runs the national human trafficking hotline let's just start with what is human sex trafficking what it how would you know if you saw it yeah so there's a federal bill the trafficking victims protection act defines three types of trafficking child sex trafficking is any child under the age of eighteen being exploited in the sex trade that's we saw here this case adult sex trafficking is any adult eighteen or over who's in the sex trade by force fraud or coercion and then there's a whole piece on labor trafficking which is any child or adult is forced to work with force or coercion to got three types of trafficking this one is all about child sex trafficking from your research how common is is in the United States for under age women we see the numbers in the hundreds of thousands so we're looking at kids who have run away from home and they're valuable on the streets on homeless youth we see kids being recruited in the foster care system because trafficking is all about abusing power over vulnerability that's what this case is all about he had tons of power he was preying on people who are vulnerable other chapters do the same thing so they seek out kids that they now have already been abusive or even the collected over to run away from home maybe LGBT Q. kids who came out to their parents and got kicked out of their house traffickers are looking to prey on that vulnerability that's the power dynamic at the core of this issue and what we would have to stand out like as signs of it we see we you know I was traveling to New York couple weeks ago I saw signs up in the hotel that said if you see something say something report human trafficking but what what people says we looking for what's a sign that this is happening in front of the great question a lot of the signs point toward the national hotline in airports and hotels and others we appreciate that I I think that the tough thing is there's not one single telltale sign right it's it's not like there's this once a liberal I think it's trusting your gut it's it's seeing an overly dominating relationship or someone is very fearful of another person you sometimes see that in hospital settings are health care settings or someone kind of afraid maybe someone you try to speak to them directly also question someone else jumps in and says all answer for her and you're like well why can't she has of herself right someone who's clearly kind of out of place where they're walking around at you know turn the cold weather but they're not wearing appropriate clothing all these different sides of something triggers in your gut we encourage people to call the national line we get about two hundred calls a day from around the country we learn about eleven thousand cases of trafficking a year and so we get to see all the patterns of how this really plays out and it keeps coming back to people in power abusing people are available we should say we do have the number up on the screen here to one eight eight eight three seven three seven eight eight eight eight do you like the numbers are going in the right direction I mean you're these numbers are staggering it's hard to even fathom that that many many victims in our own country today to feel like law enforcement is getting better smarter are people getting more aware more able to recognize the signs I I think the movement is growing I'm I'm hopeful I think awareness is out there are way more than it was I started as working two thousand two when I would go around talking about this people don't know when I was talking about right now most police are trained I think now they're a task forces I think now most frontline professionals like hotel workers are trained yet we're still not seeing enough law enforcement capacity and service writer capacity to really build a strong robust trafficking field I think we need more investment in the field but I I still do think though that the issue has so much vulnerability out there whether not as migrants traveling whether or not it's people fleeing natural disasters weather nods people in foster care and traffickers are sitting there looking to prey on that vulnerability so as long as those fault lines are out there in society traffickers are looking to kick people while they're down about this issue is taking advantage of people like in this case a lot of these girls were vulnerable at twenty and fifty past the hour on come on is global propel insurance money update stocks held a fairly narrow range today and ended mixed the Dow industrials east.

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"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

"And medicaid services today released new policy guidelines that allows states to enforce work requirements on the millions of low income people who receive medicaid it's a decision that did not go over well with house minority leader nancy pelosi the elderly disabled pregnant women and children will all suffer from today's draconian decree in that louisville fight republican senator john kennedy though supports the new policy i'm not talking about asking grandad to leave the nursing home and go to work i'm talking about middle age able bodied people with no chill and i think i applaud the president for doing it with more on this we say hello to abc's mary alice park she joins us from capitol hill why does the administration mary believe this is necessary republicans have been pressing for it took white i'm time it's been on the republican wishlist including the week with a specific states about a dozen states around the country especially those with republican governors have said they basically want more flexibility to put workplace requirements in place to basically dictate who can and can't get these medicaid dollar so it's not a new idea uh but it is a change that we're seeing the white house roll out how would this be monitored he would seem like there might be a lot of cases that are in the grey areas opposed being a very black and white you're exactly right which is part of the reason that these programs these ideas were not allowed in the states over the last few years and decades because there is a lot of grey and a lot of times it's exactly people who can't work before either mental or physical illness who will end up being exactly the ones that need medicaid so um asia that's not everyone.

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"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

"Senate passed the budget clearing a hurdle loop passing major tax reform but getting something through congress is likely to be a monumental undertaking come jeff pohjola spoke with abc's mary alice parks let's start with the difficulties here they passed the first step in making a big tax cut and push for tax reform but there's a lot that remains absolutely they're still no legislative tax for it is tax reform del that there are hoping to pass sarid what passed out ways this week was just a budget resolution nonbinding kind of symbolic measure that helped cut through some senate right taped make it easier for them to packs passer to pass tax reform so what's the next step what what are they looking to do is this where are you see the negotiations between the principles on the budget committee right and leadership under white house they've been debating the fine print and all the details for a few months and now they very just need to make some final decisions it some interesting to watch tax reform emerge as both a must deal issue for republicans who worry about heading home for holidays went out of major legislative win here in washington but at the same time as much as their feeling all of this pressure to get it done and they're still not a decision about what exactly of a girl should look like in while the republicans on the hill and president trump at the white house may be pushing this what we've seen from the framework so far is not all that popular with the american people tax cuts for the wealthy and tax cuts for big business right so there were publicans have been message ended in saying that they want the greatest when file to come to the middle class they want the tax reform package tear it to help the average american family but the original framework like you said for the first one pagers that were floated around here in washington are really focused on changing berry specific tax rules that happened to how the wealthiest americans and some of the biggest corporation so seem to be a real gap and the rhetoric and what we are seeing at republicans at us because we can start seeing behold bell which makes sense everyone's waiting for the final legislation but they're trying to figure out exactly.

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"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

"On komo news janitor donald has your komo forecast slide area happy friday every petty tgif were enjoying our break day and that's a real relative term instead of reigning all the time it's just raining some of the times scattered showers and some sun breaks out there which will become since stari breaks here neares we had deeper into our friday night cooler so temperatures only on either side of fifty that keeps this no level right around stevens path as we into the weekend it does warm up at gets a lot side year heavy rains evacuate on saturday in the komo weather center i'm meterologist shannon o'donnell dark skies above the puget sound area this hour in everett it's fifty one degrees auburn fifty degrees in olympia p it's fifty three bremerton fifty two degrees at seatac international airport it's also fifty two degrees komo news time 300 six you're in the middle of 20 minutes nonstop news and information thanks for writing home with a komal afternoon news last night the senate passed a budget clearing a hurdle to passing major tax reform but getting something through congress is likely to be a monumental undertaking isn't that the understatement of year caused jeff pohjola spoke with abc's mary alice parks let's start with the differ kulti's here they passed the first step in making a a big tax cut and push for tax reform but there's a lot that remains absolately they're still no legislative tax for it if tax reform del that they're hoping path sarah what passed out whereas this week was just a budget resolution non binding kind of symbolic measure that helped cut through some senate right taped make it easier for them to packs sasser to path tax reform so what's the next step what what are they looking to do is this where are you see the negotiations between the the principles on the budget committee right and leadership and the white house they've been debating the fine print at all of its etalons for a few months and now the very just need to make some final decisions it some interesting to watch tax reform emerge as both mouse deer issue for republicans who worry about heading home for.

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"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

"The low to mid '80s store for the same tomorrow to slightly warmer for wednesday i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center and right now we have hazy skies and eighty one degrees in seattle twenty minutes of nonstop news continues on komo at 406 north korean diplomats are responding to new un sanctions against their country with explicit dramatic threats against the us abc's mary alice parks has more north korean diplomats are blaming the you ask for the new sanctions approved by the united nations in a statement today they call the us diabolical and threatened to make america quote pay dearly and that continued on wise conduct of the us would only speed up extinction us secretary of state rex tillerson said north korea needed to change its behavior the road start the horror conduct tillerson's misspeaking at ascended with asian leaders in the philippines mary alice parks abc news we asked retired fourstar general barry mccaffrey about the effectiveness of those sanctions normally the elite still end up with you know why screen tvs and core guatieri and cigarettes and a common people sharper norma troy north korea's desperately impoverished nation anyway although recently by the way because of chinese economic cooperation with the fact we've been doing quite a bit better but i i find it hard to believe that is playing sharon will really fight in the one that might work his car getting kim john on himself and his senior people and there if you can seize their money or freeze at overseas it not a north korean banks or tends to be in macau one placer this soared that we could have an impact on on bonier an we start way unpredictable character it could also push him over the edge of him responded in a manner that we would heal was no worth eight massive retaliation i don't think any of this we're going to work at the end of the day we need to build a coordinated ballistic missile defence system we need to privately assured them that will retaliate with nuclear weapons and they're even uh close to employing them themselves and then we got a wait amount on probably used psychological warfare to crime spread you know freedom and democratic ideas over the airwaves and other other diplomatic measured but.

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"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

"And komonewscomfire twelve sixteen all this monday afternoon herb weisbaum in for rick van cise on the midday report today jeremy grater at the editor's desk our top stories right now north korean diplomats responding to new un sanctions against their country with explicit dramatic threats against the us here abc's mary hours parks north korean diplomats are blaming the you ask for the new sanctions approved by the united nations in a statement today they call the us diabolical and threatened to make america quote pay dearly and that continued on wise conduct of the us would only speed up if extinction un secretary of state rex tillerson said north korea needed change its behavior settlers fear forty stalls off the vessel tillerson's misspeaking at ascended with asian leaders in the philippines mary alice parks abc news the president has launched a series of negative tweets against democratic senator richard blumenthal calling him quote a phony viet cong vietnam con artist abc's lana zak talk to us about what's behind those proposals back in 2010 senator richard blumenthal apologized for saying that he served in vietnam when in fact as a marine reservists he served during the conflict but was stationed in the united states the president is now using that as ammunition against the democrat who has criticised the president and is sponsoring legislation to protect special counsel bob muller as he investigates russian interference and that's abc's lana zak komo news time is to 17 right now he woah he's got go go see his favorite singer and he ended up stealing the show colors brian calvert introduces us to a boy who just got the biggest break yet in his life broadway and small screen star dean the manzella usually ends each show with the biggest song of her career and in moshoeshoe's she invites kids up to help her sing the song and it usually ends up something like but that wasn't going to happen at this show 11yearold lukachenko was in the audience performance amenable tax audience she took people journey which is very important when ms menzel invited the kids up a flock of girls and one boy accepted the offer by now you figure it out who that boy is now there is a big reason that adena nzo is skeptical of little boys during this portion of the show in and it's.

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"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"alice park" Discussed on KOMO

"Think that option ko mary alice parks abc news capitol hill the minneapolis man who says he's heartbroken and devastated after his bridetobe was shot and killed by police this weekend is desperate for information on the shooting abc's lindsey davis reports the fiancee of meditation and yoga instructor justin david is now pleading with minneapolis police asking them to explain why it officer shot and killed his future bride sadly her failure i have little vited with almost no additional information from law enforcement the the 40yearold originally from australia is seen in this video from two thousand fifteen talking about her spiritual journey and i'm originally from sydney australia and they haven't beautiful tradition there she was getting married next month but that'll change saturday night at 11 28 when she called police to report a possible assault in the alley behind her home email hearing behind the building just four minutes later officers on the scene reported they'd opened fire thursday highbury here there is no dash cam video of the incident and both officers body cameras were turned off like you i have a lot of questions about why the body cameras weren't on the minneapolis star tribune the and says damond input djaama's approach the police suv parked at one hundred feet behind her house they say she was standing at the driver's side of the vehicle when the officer in the passenger seat reportedly reached across the vehicle and opened fire shooting her three two driver'sside door that officer identified as mohammad nor a two year veteran the force nor a somali american joined the minneapolis police forced two years ago and has had three complaints filed against him to or still open the thirty one year old has also been sued after may incident where woman complained he grabbed her to roughly sources close to the investigation tell abc news is minneapolis affiliate k s t p david was shot two to three times investigators say no weapons were found at the scene other than the officer's gun nor and his partner a now both on administrative leave in north attorney released a statement saying that damon's family is in his daily thoughts and prayers and added that nor joined the police force to serve the community hundreds of people lined the.

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"alice park" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"alice park" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Three alice parks the senate healthcare vote has been delayed but in the meantime senator john mccain is recovering from surgery is there a correlation between the two we'll find out and it's 605 it's your daily dose of handle on the news handle will tell us how state lawmakers will make a huge decision today on the fate of a landmark climate law blitz go ahead and start with some of the the as stories that are coming out of that 24 hour kfi newsroom this morning well two people have been killed inside an apartment in seal beach it was a woman added an apartment complex who called 911 just after seven last night but then the call got disconnected right after that the cops were getting calls about gunshots in the air area police helicopter ed basically announcer told people stay inside your home's swat teams surrounded the apartment for what officials called a barricade situation a witness reported hearing explosions and breaking glass after midnight the swat team got into that apartment about to this morning but that is when they found two bodies well the director known as the inventor of modern zombie movie says past george romero's shut night of the living dead in 1968 i did not know this night of the living dead was shot on a budget of one hundred fourteen thousand dollars in ended up grossing thirty million worldwide and had it it obviously became a quote classic but this is this is just this is one of those bittersweet moments romero's family says he died yesterday while listening to the score of one of his favorite movies he'd been fighting lung cancer he.

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